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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1946
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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READY,. FOR TEST Navy Workhorse Planes Now



y .{>' :' Prima Donnas In A & R ShopsDuring

i the war combat planes held the spotlight. These glamour
ships of aviation were on everybody's tongues. Even grammar school
kids could tear off such names as the Thunderbolt, Corsair Lightning,
r.L.r.t Mustang Liberator, Flying Fortress, and countless others. But few
t people outside the armed forces and the aviation Industry paid much
.K _rNt attention to such workhorses as the Douglas Sky train.I .
r Known in the Navy as the R4D,
I I> it was called the C47 by the Army, rial-speeding the peacetime task
and the DC-3 by commercial air- that face the world.
lines. And the job it did day after Over at Assembly and Repair
day in all parts of the globe, un- these transports are enjoying prestige
der all kinds of conditions, won it which would have seemed Impossible
an affectionate place in the heartsof when the war was at its
M'. 'S 3s ,.,3c a[.? a >1 + q yC.Alsr a awt t L all transport men. height. Top priority has gone to
a y ac a 7 WRates Now the war is over, and the the overhaul program of RiD'a,
i,;., t transport Is coming into its own. and they're rolling out for flight
No longer do swift deadly fighters tests at the rate of eight per
engage in dog fights in the sky. month.
No longer do jet and rocket pro- The war-weary transports get a
pelled pursuit ships streak after thorough going over that amounts
attacking dive-bombers The skies i almost to a complete rebuilding
'' are quiet except for the steady i Many of them have come from
AS GOOD AS NEW, this R4D has Just been rolled out of the hangar where A & R workers have drone of the transports' motors as service in the Pacific, China and
1 given it the finishing: touches of a major overhaul. A final Inspection and a flight test come next, they buzz along on their routine Pacific island areas, and the famed
and then the plane will be turned back to the activity from which It came. errands-hauling men and mate- : Continued on Page Z

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I coma Naval to Aviation art and,perionnal I want to at express Jack'on"Ull 07 Mast;has VOL. 4, NO. 4 USNAS AND NATTC, JACKSONVILLE, FLOIUDA 11 April 1916

Incara thanks to you and to all the tf.S.
I Navy personnel, Hears and wen, under your ALOHA II

counund, who participated In this training. RED 'CROSSFUNDS I ... ......___u._.____..... .. ..........__,_ ..... .___'
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( t ant to take this opportunity toupr.
.., alto my fcratltud: In the name of p: ;: : ;
French lianl Aviation, for your personal coo DRIVE ? ::7.Jt '
peration '
during the whole period of operation i : so.
training our pilots at Jacksonville and :
especially for enabllnc a number of than to NETS $6,579Mainside ,, .
qualify; on Aircraft Carrier II:(: : ; "

'J: al' confident that our pUota' who ,.' <,: ";, : ,' .'::': ,," ........,..," ,, .

I squired the uparlence and training or your Total : .A, :'
treat Naval Aviation will tOrrrt nucleus or J.:
personnel who will bl abll to rebu1ld trench Reaches $3,960 In' I ,.":,,.ioii, ,
Java1; Aviation to a h1th; de,r.e ot ert1ohn07', Five-Week CampaignThe _.:< >

The excellent hospitality and >
comradeship which were axtendeU to our students :1918 Fund campaign of the .
f 1 '"
In Jacksonville have helped In no small American f ed Cross wound up last
part to relnforc the friendly relations between Friday with a grand total of $657931 ,-
French and American personnel In accordance with
NAS and other
raised at
the tradition of
friendship between our twocountrh.
.. military activities in this area
The U. S, Naval Hospital here,
Very .inc.r. yours, which conducted a separate drive,
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chalked up $521.48 in contributionsfor e
Y1 the Red Cross.Contributions I
at :M a ins ide
Vica-> nlral R. KENARD reached $3.060,32, and NATTC reported '

Chief of In the tie Unlted\St French Naval tee Mission $785.76. The Personnel Separation ., ,, .,".,.,.. ---,,--
Center contributions totaled OFFICERS AND enlisted men of the former PBY Squadronhere
THANKS roil TilE AID extended by Rear Admiral Ralph Da- 42695. stand along the edge of the seaplane ramp and wave a fond
vison, CNAAT, and by the Advanced Training Command, was ex- Field Director Allen G. Scar- farewell to the last P-boat as it taxis out to the center of the St.
tended this week in the foregoing letter from the chief of the French brough expressed his appreciationof Johns for a take-off run The "Cat," last one to leave the station,
Naval Mission in the United States. A total of 27 aircrew cadets and the efforts of all hands to put took off for Pensacola Tuesday at 1030 to Join a squadron there.
45 officer pilots were trained at Cecil Field and Jax; :18 navigators, the drive over. "I wish to thank Ship's company personnel of the squadron were left behind to tie up
eight officer pilots and six aircrew cadets at Lake City and everyone for their wholehearted loose ends, and will be given other assignments later.
Beaufort S. C., all under NAAT Command. Lt. Andre Gibert was support of this year's fund cam-
the French liaison officer and officer In charge of the group, which paign. The response indicates that Easter Worship
departed on 6 March for New York. They sailed from there_17_March. NAS personnel endorse the workof .a
.-- the American Red Cross," he

Schedules For Student Officers' said.Chaplain Paul H W. Olander, Chapel Services Feature


Movie Movie Reinstates drive executive, added chairman his thanks of this too.year's We Holy Week Observance

LibraryAre have indicated again by our sup-

10 Cent ChargeTen port that we appreciate what the I Religious services in keeping with the Easter season are scheduledfor
ChangedThe Red[ Cross has done throughout the both the Protestant and Catholic Chapels throughout Holy Week
cent movies are on the war. By contributing during the
from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday.
station again. After a lapse of 1946 fund campaign we have help- Chaplain Paul H. W. Olander will preach the Palm Sunday serv-
Mainside Movie 1300 showon several the Student Offl- for the Red
years ed make it possible ice at All Saints' Chapel at 1045. The subject will be "Success or
weekdays was discontinuedand era' Movie Mill begin chargingthat I Cross to on during the com-
carry Failure." The Protestant Choir, under the direction of CSpW( ) Robert
the operating hours of the amount again tomor' ing year," he stated.
illation library were reshuffled this row. Comdr. Paul E. Em. Here's how the contributionsfrom Kee, will sing Faure's! "The
week in a move to cut down time rick, NAS executive officer, In a the different activities compared Palms." A separate service of Holy : Comic Strip Is
spent away from assigned tasks statement announcing the : Communion will follow the 1045

and to conserve to the utmost the change, pointed out that It Is no Mainnlda .892.\19 |1.018,18 $1.049.15 worship. Named 'Jaxson
\ dwindling manpower available for longer lE'aslblE''tth dwindling NATTC 15*.00 247.93 381.83 At high noon each day during
the highly Important job of converting Welfare funds to maintain the Cecil SepCen field 108.45 111.90 128 9450,50 181 80.95.65 Holy Week at All Saints' Chapel '

to peacetime operation.With activity on a no-cost basis. NAGS 217.\90 192,00 875.81 a 30-minute worship service will Wolffe, Esq.
night shift work at NAS The sharp decline In personnel Mayport 99.00 113.93 be held, including music and a
now virtually non-existent, and aboard has greatly reduced Port Director. St. 21.00 6.00 13 12..00Navy 75 meditation by one of the Chap- "Jaxson Wolffe, Esq."
with week-end liberty the rule for funds available to Welfare from Mar. Rch.Ke Huts< 7.00 1.00 lains. Uniform will be optional. That's the name chosen by the
practically all hands, it was de- Ship's Service profits and other Army Rec :ta. 100 800 Other Palm Sunday services at contest judges for Bob Jones new
cided that the 1300 movie was no sources, and eventually other Civilians at the Naval Hospital the Protestant Chapel include Holy comic strip now being published
longer necessary. Originally, it had similar activities may be put on contributed $221.22, and naval per-j Communion 0730. Chaplain E. W. ; each week in the Jax Air News.
been inaugurated to accommodatemen this basis. sonnel donated .30326. Andrews; NATTC service, _0930, I The winning entry was submitted
and women working regular Chaplain Andrews: and Vesper by Ens. J. L. Jones of Supply.
night shifts such as A & R had Hour, 1815 Chaplain C R. Loew. The judges deliberated for hours
during the war, and those who had Dr. Margaret Chung A service of Christian Baptism is before deciding. They had a difficult
liberty only every eighth day. also scheduled at the 1045: Divine time picking a suitable name
"It is not the intention to elimInate DR. MARGARET CHUNG, service. Parents wishing to have from the hundreds submitted. Two
any privileges or services children christened and others others, "Brig Bait," sent in by
available to N A S personnel" American born Chinese physi. wishing to present themselves for Cliff A. Nlckisher, SK2c. and "St.
Comdr. Paul E. Emrick executive clan of San Francisco is.famousfor Baptism, should telephone the Protestant Johns Commando" by Robert E.
officer explained in announcingthe her organization of adopted Chaplains' Office, Ext. 425, Sharpe Sic, were in the running
changes. "But If all hands cooperate "sons", aviators and submariners by tomorrow. until the final decision was made, ,
during this transitional period Catholic ObservanceThe and the judges awarded them hon. +
who have been outstandingin
utmost of their
make the use orable mention.
time on the job and visit the library fighting the Japs. Last week, ancient liturgy of the Cath- "
during olic Church will be carried out in "JaxsonVoIUe, Esq, was cho.
and Ship's Service only while on an East Coast tour, she
its merits the
sen on own Judges
( their off-duty hours, then a visited NAS Sax, and added two full at St. Edward's Palm Chapel during insist in spite of the fact that Ens.
On at
be accomplished Holy Week. Sunday,
task
difficult can
to her family of almost Jones and Cartoonist Jones have
despite the fact that we are more 1100, Solemn High Mass will be
shorthanded." 1,000. They were Rear Admiral sung with the blessing and dis- the same surname. It was all a coincidence .

Ralph Davison, CNAAT, and tribution of the Palms and the they said.
TRIO FEATURED ON Captain Frank T. Ward, his I singing of the Passion of our Lord Two names were entered repeat.* !
Jesus Christ, according to the edly by contestants "Seawolf '
'MISTER' PROGRAMThe chief of staff. Other members Gospel of St. Matthew. The Catholic and "Kilroy." Others ranged from

"Three Feathers," a popular of her organization on this sta- Choir will sing Pietro Yon's "Oopsle-Snoopsle" to "Bringing Up,
singing trio of sisters, will be fea- tion are Comdr. Ralph L. Shlf- beautiful Mass of the Shepherds, Fodder."
tured Friday night at 2000 on the 'Icy, Lt. Comdr. Roy }of. Voris, r 0mL while Schruber's Puerl llabrae- Ens. Jones will be awarded'the'prize "
"Just Call Me Mister" program at Lt. M. W. Vineyard, and Lt. orum and Cum Angelas et Pueris upon presenting himself at
NATTC Auditorium. The sistersare will be sung at the Offertory. Du the Air News office in Bldg. 954.:
Pauline, Jane and Caroline Donald Gordon. Dr. Chung wasa Bois' Adoramus to Christe will be Judges were Mary Jane Dick.
Manthey and they are curently be- guest of Comdr. Edith Stall- i, sung at the Communion.On ard, SpX)2c( of NATTC, Alice I* F
ing featured over WJHP,on a tommerclal ings while here. Holy Thursday, the Solemn Armstrong. AerM3c, of the Sep...


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ALMOST AS MUCH WORK as building new planes goes into the reconditionIng check off sheets mounted on the fuselage to indicate he has finished work on a par-

of war-weary R4D's by NAS Jacksonvillei Assembly and Repair Department ticular discrepancy ((5) Wires, tubes controls, and engine accessories are in place
The major overhaul of the transports is a number one task on A & R's current i
again in this bare nacelle for the to be mounted. R. J. AMG
ready Hight )
engine
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work program. Here, in picture form, U the step by step process which turns out
eight overhauled R4Ds each month. U At Disassembly, the plane is thoroughly puts finishing touches on the installation of the oil cooler, while another mechaniccan

stripped of all working gear, instruments, and accessories. (2)) War paint is washed be seen working inside the landing gear nacelle. ((6)) With the engine in place

away, and once again the bright shiny aluminum finish; sparkles in the sun. (3) Peter A. Casanova, (AIM), installs a deleer'alve.. Now everything else will! be

Inside the hangar work begins in assembly-line! fashion, and A & R employees hooked up again and the plane will be ready for flight tests before going back into

swarm over the planes from nose to tail (4)) J. R, Myers, mechanic, marks the transport service
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I 5A& R.Overhauls.Transports i Y PRIZE CONTESTS Commercial

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CnnlioiKHl from Page 1"Hump" FEATURE HUGE
: A typical plane i is No: 12407 v I Bulletin

route. They han takena Its first flight was made in March, I 1tW ) M: VSB PARTYFor I
terrific beating, and they really Spray Ivllehni ill
be .
1943. to Pearl Harbor. And then w accepted until |>*c, M
need the major overhaul they're I I / Ailed. J:.. lit.
it rolled 2,751 hours in 1,068 'I "
petting: up the "Most Beautiful Legs!, FOR SALlfi!

A & R's for the transports I flights landing at Christmas Island : Was her face a bright red-not Mrs. G. L. Bomra was awarded I Radio large cabinet. 18 tute. $100. It.
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program I Tutuila Nandi Sidney, Guadalcanal !I sunburn either! The other $5 00 in the contest of that name Srhnt-ll, Senior KOQ, Ext. (01 or 8176.
is swift as well as Auckland Noumea Es- sunny 19J3 Plymouth Sedan jn gust mechiiiiifalcondition
thorough'l I! afternoon, in the course of life at VSB's squadron party Saturday and ..
only 62 working days Santo Munda, the Admlral-j I good rubber $ Z. I).
pinto in the Duval
evening County Armory -
WAVE Dodd
plane. The process moves along as ties, Bougainville, Emereau, Hoi- guarding, a was trying to I Ext. 8615.gym Bldif. S13. NA'fTlCIl cull
make feel home
a newcomer at
sembly-line methods First the landia, Biak, Peleliu. Lejte, Moro- / Applause decided the issue, with Modi A lord '30. rood condition, 4 new
here and in the both .
plane is stripped of every rent I pool by coax tirt*. .';..Ja n. Call Donald iiork.it, C3J4
tai Samar, Mindoro, Los Negros, Lt. Comdr. H M. Lewis and 1st
able part. Engines, instruments ing her to dive off the board. Said I NArrO Galley No. 2.
Cebu Manila, and Zamboanga. The Lt. T. D. Grinnell (USMCR) sharing
Three
and surfaces sent to shopsspecializing the new arrival, 'Oh I gave uptr'lng pier living room suite, WnkfuiitMt
are log book shows that first landingsin I to dive years ago. Finally the M. C. job for the contest, Hollywood .bed with box mrmira.mnttreM .
in these Items. By the baby crib with ,
nearly all the combat spots and interpreting the applause. watrri roof
time work is finished on the fuse- though, it seemed she summoned miittreM, high chair, 6419 Colonial Av
these will! also ha\e'' were made just a couple of I I enough courage to walk out on the (Whistles didn't count). I sue, Lake .';hort'. .
lage, ; parts
months after initial landings by board. Then she executed a per- L. IA Register and Miss Ann Living room bedroom, dinette /
been erhauled I American invasion forces. fect jackknife! Come to find out, Catenese out-jitterbugged the rest I kitchen and household uttnmlii All

The first\ step toward peacetime Other R4Ds like No. 17198, she has coached aquacades up in of the dive-bomber personnel to available, Ext It"94.Hoy April.. Cull Lt. UK) W.gncr -
operation is the stripping' off of take the J5.00 bill in that contest I \
Central Pacific
I saw duty in the Philadelphia Her name is Lieut. I i bicycle. Phone 7-6659 any evening.H40 I
war paint. With paint re hover and in the Gilberts Marshalls, Mari Frances Moller The SepCenter Band provided the 6.pauenger Plymouth rc'".-.. y...>j
steam bath, of wash tir.,.. A.1 condition. i.at,
a a crew men anas, Ulithi, and the Carolines Five grey striped kittens arriv- thythms. I Thompson. : e6K3, Mrs t

sway all traces of camouflage, and including such hot spots as Saipan, ed at 722 last week At birth they Between 600 and 700 personneland I I Grey gabardine \inlformii, tit. 88, Irmitrri '

lighten the plane's weight about Tinian, Guam, Tarawa, Eniwetok, were as big as normal 2 or 3 weeks their guests enjoyed a buffet slat 32 Cell Chief Benson Jbxt.
100 pounds. A 15-day schedule of I lunch and unlimited beer. 4512, A A R.
and many others. old kittens. Now they look big
metal work is next. The fuselageis overhaul' of the Airplane, American Fag1 biplane ( cylinder
The major enough to practically shift for .
over with a fine tooth 00 H P Klnner engine. Dune. 1.not to
gone transports is being done at two themselves, but their eyes aren't Free Bathhouses ProvidedBy in lying condition. Inquire 1228-U
(comb and discrepancies are marked Navy Assembly and Repair shops I Hancock St., )II AS, after 6 J'. M,
with red pencil so that metal \ In addition to the program here open USO At St. AugustineFree Automobile, 1937 Ford, excellent con.l1t.on!
workers can spot them. A discrepancy They broke out the linament ('nil .:xt. 357, (,. 1>. McLaughlin, Mdlg.
list is also compiled and at NAS, A & R Quonset Point, bottles Saturday after the WAVES bathhouse facilities are being 710. Room 131.Furnltuie ..

fixed to the fuselage so that af''I'I R I.. is working on the R4D's, but Riding Clubs' session. Both Kathy provided servicemen anjj women for the enthe hats, nil for
I on a smaller scale than Jacksonville Trabue's and Ellen Paul horsesran by the USO at st. Augustine I IIDO. Plvtil Inquire any t me after
ers can check off each job as it is Beach. 4:30: dully 1342-U Kundoli St.. Man.W6 .
with them. Ellen and
away Plymouth door
completed. Mdiin. All IMW
'I her horse disagreed about which Open Saturdays and Sundays bra!..., rood motor, Ihouinndu of mile
After the application of new way to go around a clump of trees, I from 1300 to 1700, the bathhouseshave I if convenient transportation for t250.
paint where necessary, assembly! STUDENT AND JR.BOQ'S so she bailed out. That startled showers, dressing rooms, 550.Camera('h.. Much S. Kodak, Ext 33\ Hldg.
begins Preliminary wiring, land checkrooms and free towels. I
,
Kathy so much that she lost con-
9x12 centimeter ,
and flmiuik plate
ing hydraulic equipment TO MERGEBY
gears
trol of her beast, The girls are I I and cut film, f5 4 lena, complete will 7
the like go back' first Later, seats, still comparing bruises. pint hohl." ., nlmpack adopter, mmi>-onl
engines, flight control cables, APRIL '15THIn JAP WEAPONS ONDISPLAY ..lhoto lens, 2 alter carrying cane
wings, rudder stabilizer, windows, Overheard concerning 'Navy and fcO! ihreti of cut film. Lit
ailerons, cowling, propellers, radio the interest of economy, and Blue" until '47: All the men will Nunn.Ixve .
be gone, there'll be only young 1STA wilt, $30.; linoleum Tog 9x12. 1300;
equipment and instruments are replaced to facilitate service the Junior I 4 chnlr and table, JIO dishes! Ironing!
kids in the then!
When the planes are rolled BOQ will! be merged with Student Navy by chance to what jungle board, etc. 1249 Cumberland Ito d.
out for flight tests, it This week-end's sunshine (with- WANTS
they're as Officers' Quarters, was announ- fighting and Pacific warfare were''
50 cent out sun-glasses) got rid of BettyValmer' Two riders to Californlan, via ulhern
a new piece. The combined
shiny as ced this week. enterprise '
like
is offered from
being personnel route, on 25 April 0X00 One way' ,
The people that handle the log will! be known simply as. raccoon eyes. She start- NAS Jacksonville who never left ,I' Kmlnard ANN 10, AW.

books at A & R know that these Junior Officers' Quarters. ed her tan wearing sun-glasses. the states--or had duty In other Ride dally, Monday through Friday, WOO.U30 .
work planes have had just as big Junior officers residing in the Result: Patches of white around parts of the world. Rhlft. tall Ext 887 Walter To.liar.837 .

a share In winning the war as the BOQ are being directed to check her eyes. She has more patches to No, the personnel office Is pot 1938-1918 model Crettwood far In St fair, I4orwoo.b condition. Jax Will:
combat ships. Unglamorous as out of their present quarters and worry about now, though, her new
readying a flock of sea duty trans pay on to $350 Call O. W, dottula,
they may be, they have visited all register with the Directory Bldg. bathing suit covers a little different I fers. It's all on the battle-famed 2860. Pout St, Ext. 8902,

the glamorous places on the globe 600 for assignment to new quar- area. LST 512 assault ship docked at --- -- --

'--names that have become house- ters. Following completion of the Mary Schaefer loaned Barbara the Naval Reserve Armory in South Jacksonville Open daily to

hold words, and sign-posts along consolidation by 15 April, BIdgs Williamson a little cash to go -.- -- the .public between the hours of '
the road) which led back from 800, 801, 802, 803, and 805: will be home on leave Barbara made outa homebut she sent Mary just the 120(7( and 2000; there la no admission -

Pearl Harbor. to Japan itself. I closed. money order immediately she got receipt charge.



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I I i THURSDAY
"PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE," with Bob( Hope Shows at 1730
,
: and 2000. 1KIDAY

I "JOHNNY IN THE CLOUDS," with Douglass Montgomery. Shows
at 1730 and 2000.
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SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
r 'j,. "FROM THIS DAY FORWARD" starting Joan Fontaine. Shows
I at 1300-1730-2000 on Saturday and 1430-1730-2000 on Sunday. '
p ',
\ 2 MONDAY
I "MADONNA OF THE SEVEN MOONS," with Phyllis. Calvert.
Shows at 1730 and 2000. .

TUiSD\Y AND WhDNI-SUAY .
"THE WELL GROOMED BRIDE," featuring Ray Milland. Shows
[ 1 at 1730 and 2000.

THURSDAY
"BEDLAM," with Boris Karloff Shows( at 1730 and 2000.\
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t STUDENT OFFICERS
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FIVE NEW AWARDS, Including three Silver Star Medals, ;;; blng worn ; personnel tthe
Separation Center and the Naval Hospital, following: presentations made over the week-end. At the THURSDAY AND FKIIHY
Separation Center, .(photo left) Captain M. M. DeWolf presented the Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon 'TWO SISTERS FROM BOSTON," starring Katherine Crayson. ,
to Lieutenant Keith J. Burr (center) of Caneadea, New York. Paul Ray Creviston, AOM2c (right) Show at 2000 only
of Compton, Calif., received the Air Medal and a Gold Star in lieu of a second.In SATURDAY
picture at right Captain Clarence J, Brown, commanding officer of the Naval Hospital, la "IRISH EYES ARE SMILING" starring Dick Haymes Show at 'i+
ahown presenting the Silver Star to Comdr Mallie A. Griffin senior dental officer, for gallant action 2000 only.
aboard an aircraft carrier. The citation said in part: "When his ship was bit he was hurled to the SUNDAY -

' deck Although dazed and weakened, "he rescued several burned and wounded men from underneath "JOHNNY IN THE CLOUDS," with Douglass Montgomery. Show'
burning planes on the hangar deck. at 2000 only.
At the Separation Center, Captain DeWolf also presented the Silver Star to two officers who par- '"'--
ticipated in Okinawa landings as members of underwater demolition teams. They are Lt. (jg) Allen I MONDAY AND TUKMMY
J. Jones, Tampa. Fla., and Lt, (jg) Alan M, Voorhees, New Brunswick, N. J. Previously Voorheeshad "FROM-THIS DAY FORWARD,' featuring Joan Fontaine. ShoW'
received a Bronze Star for similar merltorius acts at Balikpapan, Dutch East Indies. 1, at 2000 only.
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-- WEDNESDAY
--- red in St. Edward's Chapel, Sat- "MADONNA OF THE SEVEN MOONS" with Phyllis Calvert.
urday, 6 April at 1530. Helen I Show at 2000 only.
Hospital l Francisco HAlc and Basil Under I THURSDAY

wood, OM2c, tied the knot in Georgia "THE WELL GROOMED BRIDE," starring Ray Milland. Showat
ChatterThis 1: Wednesday evening, April II 2000 only.
1 3rd. Best wishes from all of us.
I
OTHER EVENTS
is the night for the patients "Shenley" is home with the REPORTERBy 1
to howl- .EventRed: Cross WAVES
once again and that dog
I \SI'IUJ.I.-o'rlday: 1700\ at :Mason Field NAS Fliers vs. Mac-
) Spring Dance. Time: 2000. Place: certainly is popular. We have Dill Field.
Ship's Service Auditorium Come come to the conclusion that Shen
1 one--come all, lots of fun in store ley is strictly a Navy dog due to Lois A. Laser'' Yle 1).%NCE-Friday, April 19th. 2030-2330, Commandant's Band.
. for everyone. the fact that if a civilian comes WJ.lNG-Slx alleys located in Malnside Recreation Building
e. I within ten feet of him he barks QUESTION: In view" of the fact No. 3 Alleys are open from 1100 to 1400 and from 1630 to 2100 Monday
, Serge Borowsky will\ present a the roof off. The WAVE Barracks that Alaska n\iy become a slate, through Friday. Saturday and Sunday tram 1700 to 2100.
Choral Group this coming Sunday, has also been temporarily Invadedby Mould you be Interested In par I L1HK\RY-Located on second deck of MainsiJe Recreation Build-
t t: April 14th in the Ship's Service a tiny Mexican pup who( goes ticipating in Its future development ing No. 3. Open from 1100\ to 1400 and from 1600 to 2100 Monday
Auditorium. Watch Red Cross announcements |I by the name of Mona Chasing ? i through Fiiday Saturday from 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200to
'. for time of performance. people's feet seems to be her spej WILBUR DURRANCE, Y 2c, 2100.

I j ctalty and quite a few of the girls i Bowling Green, Fla I SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming
.
I
5 could testify as to the sharpnessof "No, I wouldn't be interested.
1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, Mon.-Fri!. 08001900. Sat. 10001900. Sun.
Seeing as how the weather man her teeth I'll take the U. S. as I believe there I 1200-1900.
t is with of 5. I I are just as many opportunitieshere
favoring us plenty sunshine
workouts ,
information contact Lieut. A
I BOXING-For regarding ,
, these days, here is an announcement That wonderful music we hear as up there. Personally, I like
' which should cause a : drifting through the open windowson I'': Florida" I J. Rubino, extension :593; or report to Mainside Mat after'1500. :,

:\ stir of excitement Red Cross Tuesday and Friday afternoonsis I G. C. CURTIS, Y3c, Granite GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030\ Monday through Saturday,
Beach trips arc now open for all provided by the Naval Air Station I Falls N. C. I and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt( clubs and balls are available at Golf
I lallt'nts--heaps of fun in the of- Band who have once again I! "No, I would rather stay here in House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
fing! See the Red" Cross for full taken their old place under the i I I the states. I'm going on to school I ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
plUticular9.\. i| trees opposite the A Ramp. Both :'r anyway when I get out and won't cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
" s I Staff and Patients appreciate their be interested in much else other I Field

We take this opportunity to playing. I''I, than that for a while" I TENMS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
welcome aboard Lt, Alice M. Anderson JIM JOHNSTON, AMM2c, Buffalo ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
(NC) USN. Lt. Anderson' Plans are in full swing for the N. Y. j Yorktown Roads).
reported from the USNH, USNTC, r Staff Dance on the 18th so keep "I believe Alaska will prove to
RECEPTION CI'STtH-The Reception Center, located In south
Great Lakes, Illinois. At the same : your eyes open for the official an- I be a land full of opportunities for
wing of Building No), 955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
time we must again bid farewell : nouncement. This should be real the man who wants to work to ;
I from 1000 to 2 !00 daily.
to two more of our WAVE per goodWe. promise. make something( of himself It will <
aonnelAnne Kolodrubetz. PhM- i be hard work but well worth the VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON, TOUCH 'OOTn.\LL-Otficer per-
3c and Norma Riddell, HAle, both resul ts." I I, sonnet previously scheduled for spoils in the Auditorium are requested
of whom will leave for Separation : Sunrise Service To SHIRLEY SEBASKA. Ylc, Pontiac to meet at the gear Usue room at noon daily for organized activities

< .I Centers on the 15th of April. Good- Mich. |I ATHLETIC GEAR Available in gear issue room, Building 3,
bye and good luck.Congratulations Be Held At Mayporl "Yes, I believe I would be Interested lower( deck."Alaska.
_. _.
unlimited !
There are opportunities ( -- -- --- ------- -
to the following Naval and civilian personnelof for someone with courage is a land of great opportunity while but being as how I'm no Eskimo -
I nurse on their promotions: Lt. NAS Jacksonville are invitedto and ambition to leave family and and is steadily glowing or explorer, I don't believe I
Bernice Uift (NC) USNR, Lt. (Jg) attend the Easter sunrise serv- friends to begin life in this new < and with little effort, it can be I would care to make my permanenthome
I
. Emilie B. Kolbusz, Lt. (jg) Leda ices at Ribault Monument near frontier. At first it would be hard developed into a leading agricul in Alaska."
Schiazza, Lt. (jg) Amelia R. Foster Mayport, Sunday, 21 April, at work and in some cases practically I tural and manufacturing state. RUTH WHALEN, Y3c, Girard,
and Lt. (jg) Edith M Mc- 0530. pioneering but any efforts invested I Yes, I would be very interested in Pa."Ah
Laughlin. The service is sponsored by are bound to pay off in a participating in the developmentof Alaska a challenging
the Masons of Jacksonville. A rich reward of success and satisfaction a future Utopia" beckoning land of opportunities. It
Wedding congratulations are In I motorcade, under patrol escort, ." \V. L. WETHERINGTON, Ylc, Is just waiting for some adventuresome -
I I1 order: Lt. (jg) F. T. Johnson and I will leave from Hemming Parkat EDWARD DUESS, Y2c, Gar- Titton, Ga. Irishmen to conquer it and
i Ens. )(. Vickers, (NC) .were.. -mar- 0130.\ field, N. J. I "It would be all right--. for a9I I'd be willing to attempt- it."

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J1t}{'"f\Wy .ur5 I Letters to the Editor I W1LCO



Editorial Offices To the Editor:
Office ot Public Information, Room 221
Administration Annex, Bldg. 854 I would like at this time to express a few

Telephone Extension 8512 thoughts, about the Reception Center here at

LU (Jg) Eugene E. Speight USNR Public Information Officer "Mainside."
The JAX AIR NEWS it published weekly at the U. S
I have been awaiting discharge for the
Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Florida. by the Office of
Public Information at no expense to the government and In past two weeks and have found this spot as ( j t
with becnav Circular Letter 4>&!t> : May 1945.
Copes distributed tree of charge at t hlll Naval Air a sort of "second bome"-and_ indeed one of I
Station I ,ate Naval Air Technical Training Center, the the highlights of my stay.
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Com -.j
mand, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval The two charming Hostesses who alter- :
Air Gunners' School, the U. S. Naval Hospital and the .
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, layporL nately devote more than just their "time"while ,

duty certainly extend full "Southern
on -
Captain Anthony R. Brady USN Commanding -- ;
Jacksonville Naval Air Station Hospitality" with real warmth.

Captain Ford N. Taylor USN, Commending I shall return to civilian life with many _

, Naval Air Technical Training Center treasured, pleasant hours spent here at the ,

Captain Clarence 0.J.S.Brown Naval(Hospital MO USN Commandingt center as your guest among new found

friends.
Captain Maurice M. DeVVolf, USNR, Commanding;
Naval Personnel Separation CenterLt. Sincerely,
Walter J. Besset MM3c.
Col. Alexander A. Vandegrlft, Jr., USMC Commanding ,
Marine. Barracks -*-
.
-- -
r' Commander Robert Feddern, USSR CommandingNaval .
Air Gunners School '

1news ..
Commander Howard E. Born USN, CommandingNaval k'LT4 l
Auxiliary Air Station Cecil *'ield I "" .., ,_

Commander John B. Huhn. USNR, CommandingNaval "
Auxiliary Air Station ilaj'port ondVieuus f ramStaforv

Capt Marvin L. Seidel USMCR. t ,
Marine Aviation Detachment "Think the boys would mind if my girl spent the night. .

The .J AX AIR NEWS. .receives Camp New..apt'r.Senlce. I Housing shortage, you know!"
end Ship. Editorial Association material. Republication --- .. ------
of credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS, r
War Deportment, 4J5 E. Und St.. N.Y.C.. or SEA Uash By Chaplain C. R. Loew 4) '
Ington Ji. D. C. Republication of other Passover Festival
any matter
except by service publications Is prohibited without Every man has a god. As long as a man I BOOK SHELF I

permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.Veteran's is willing to live, there is some fundamental To Be Observed By

element which gives meaning and '
purposeto Production of some goods may
Employment his life. And that element, whatever it be at a standstill but the book bus Jewish PersonnelThe

may be, is his god. Some people worship iness is booming. Since the number -
Here's an item of interest to who of new books received by the Jewish Religious Festival of
you money, some seek power; others worshipthe Passover will be observed from
library the past two weeks has
will soon become veterans. As you will note, person they love most, and still others been so large here is a list in case sunset, 15 April to sunset, 23

only one in four of those who have been seem to find the deepest meaning of their you have been watching for some- April. 'Heads of departments are

separated find their way to the unemployment existence in sex, or sports, or in merely hav- thing special to read. authorized to approve requests for
leave to of Jewish
special personnel *
rolls, and those who do remain only ing a good time. Most of us worship our- FICTION: faith for the period from noon j

five or six weeks. You may measure your selves, along with one or more of these other Tempered LineBottome.He Blade-Barrett.. 15 April to midnight 17 April. j,
The Life
job opportunities accordingly. Who WhispersCarr.The Jewish personnel desiring to :

(SEA-The number of jobless veterans gods.We think that the natives of Africa or Long Year-Chidester. spend the above period at home, .,'"
and whose homes within
will reach a peak of more than 1,500,000 in The BulwarkDreiser.The are a rea-
India rather backward because
are they wor- sonable distance from Jackson- ,
April but will decrease with stepped-up pro- ship many 'gods and make images of them. ShowdownFlynnFriday's Lying Ladies-Finnegan. ville may also be granted necessary I}r.t:

duction during spring and summer then Yet it is a fact that a great many Ameri- Child-Heyer. travel time-not exceeding 4

swing upwards again in the fall because of cans, including some of us on this station, The Innocent Mrs. Duff-Hold- two days each way. faI
seasonal] work, predicts Ray R. Adams, Di- in I Naval personnel of Jewish faith '
also do not
worship gods although we Faster
many ,
rector of Veterans Administration Readjust- FasterHorn.The I on duty In the Jacksonville area }
construct idols. Great PromiseHouston.The have been invited to participate In
ment Allowance
Service. The real question about religion is not: Other Side-Jameson. local observance of the holidays. '
"Although one out of every four of the Valley Boy-Pratt. There will be services at the Jew- ;
Is there a God? The real question is: What
Wake of the Red WitchRoark.David ish Temple on Monday at 1800 q
10,610,000 veterans to date has
discharged
kind of god or gods do you believe in? It is the KingSchmitt.The and on Tuesday at 1000. Services
been drawing unemployment compensation, the claim of the Christian Church that thereis Shadow Falls-Simenov. will be held at the Jewish Cen- ,.

his surveys show that the average veteran but one true God, and that He has re- Her Husband HouseStewart.Sooner ter, Tuesday, at 1800. A Seder ,l'
stays on the rolls for only five or six weeks. vealed Himself to us in Jesus Christ. to Sleep-Van de Water feast at the Mayflower Hotel is "
MandrakeWadleton.The scheduled for 1915 Monday.
Sarah
This fact, plus the passing of the demobilization :
Do you worship a god, or gods, or GOD? Snake Pit-Ward. Those planning to attend any of ".
peak, is expected" to cause the ]levelingoff --71C-- FACT: the above events should notify 1

after April Unbidden GuestsStevens.The Rabbi Sidney M, Lefkowitz. I
Four Cornerstones of Peace
-
POETIC LICENSE"A I -Dean. t

How's Your Security? I The Anatomy of PeaceReves.The I

Political Handbook of the

i During the time you have been in service Daffy-Nition of a Wave" World 1946.Foundations.
HOLY WEEK: SERVICES AT THE
of National Power
you have probably forgotten all about social Meet the trim little sailor with the STATION CHAPELS
perma- -Sprout. \
] security, and just how you are affected nent wave. Aircraft Annual, 1946. ProtestantPalm
Sunday 14 April 1IU
by your wartime service. We must con- Though she looks very poised, she's not very Aviation Annual of 1946. 030-Holy Communion Ihuplaln E f .:
fess that we hadn't given the matter a brave. House-of-the-Month Book of W. Andrews.0930NATTC .
Small HousesGroup.The Service Chaplain. E. i
thought. We assumed, apparently wrongly, She gets airsick when flying, and sea-sick Theatre Book of the Year, W. Andrew
that no matter what the situation, wewouldn't afloat. 1914-1945-Nathan. 1045-Divine Service-Chai.lain Paul
n. W. Olander. Followed by Communion -
find our service careers stumbling Petrified in an airplane, and scared stiff ina Starling of the White House- Service.
blocks in the way of protection under the boat. Starling. 1815-Vesper Hour-Chaplain C. R. r '
National America is in the Heart-Bulo- Iw.
Social
Security Law. She dislikes having women around every Mid-day Meditation .

However, the following item indicates a day, san.The Ciano Diaries, 1939-1943 1200 to 121 Each Noon

different situation, which we think you may And yearns for a chance to do things her Ciano. Monday C. Gilbert.Tuesday"Thy-".Clean.. Heart." Chaplain. E

like to find out about. It tells its own story: own way. Burma Surgeon Returns Sea- Will Da Done," Chaplain 1
grave. E. W. Andrew "
(SEA) When you return to civilian She's proud of her sharp little navybluesuit utoblographyWhite. Wednesday 'The Final Return,"
life The : The Life of Mo- Chaplain. C. M. Huddle.Maundy .
are you automatically entitled to social Messenger Thursday Portraying .
security rights if they lapsed while you were But she longs for a formal. and a }lairdothat's hammedBodley.Subrosa Christ" Chaplain L. M ('01..
the O.S.S. and AmerIcan Good }o'rlda-"Chrllt. Not A Martyr"
in the service? cute. Espionage-Alsop. Chaplain R. L. Staml>er,

"The answer is 'No'. She complains of "The Regs," but aside from The House Near Paris-Tartlere. Holy. Chaplain Saturday P.-"The H. W.Distant Olander.. Dawn"

"But if Congress heeds recommendationsof all that; The Peoples of the Soviet Un- Roman Catholic

Underneath her short curls, and her jaunty Ion-Lamont. PALM SUNDAY-Holy Mall will be ,\
the Social Security Board and the plaintsof Washington Tapestry-Clapper, celebrated at 0630 0880. 030.
veterans, the answer may be in the affirm white hat, e I 1100 (High Mas with singing of
the Paaalon), and
1700.
She recalls the dull when before she
ative. The House Ways and Means Committee days MONDAY-Masses at. 0630 and 1700.
in WeekContinued TUESDAY-Masses at 0 6 I1 and 1700.
came Holy
is now considering revisions
to the So- Novena, Sermon and Benediction I
cial Security Act, 1935, which would provide There was a drastically fearful shortage of at 1900.WEDNESDAYMasse.. .
from I'age 1 at 0130 and
coverage for the veteran from the time he men 1700.
' left civilian life 'to the day he -Kay Walker] Y3c. High Mass and procession to the (Masse will also be celebrated at
returns to it Repository will be sung by the NAT1C Hostess House at 06JO and
-if he covered when he at. Naval Hospital at 0630 on Monday
was entered the male members of the Choir at
1937 (or their 21st birthday) and the pres- Tuesday and Wednesday). .
service. 1200. This commemorates the Last HOLY THURSDAY Solemn High
ent. Supper on that First Holy Thurs- Has and Procession at 1200. Solemn .
"As the act now stands, you lose all bene- "In other words, let's suppose you worked day nearly 2,000 years ago. Exposition of the Blesaed
Sacrament In the Repository from
fit rights when your social] security coverage on a "covered" job for six years, begin- The Tre Ore service on Good 1200 Thursday to 1200 Friday.

lapses. It may or may not lapse while you'rein ning in 1937. Then, in 1943, you entered the Friday will consist of Solemn Massof GOOD 1500.JRIDAY-Tre Ore Service 1200to

the service, depending on the length of Navy. Since you've been in the service the Presanctlfled, with the singIng HOLY SATURDAY Solemn High
of the Passion of our Lord according Mass at 0800
time you actually were covered as a civilian."Here's which social for
is covered
( not by security) to the Gospel of St. Luke, Other Divine ServicesAs
r the way it goes. You are insuredif three years, as against the six you worked followed by the Stations of the the Station (hapels, Birmingham
Road and Mutiln Avenue
you have worked approximately half the as a "covered" civilian, you're still covered Cross and meditation on the Seven Divine Services for Colored Personnel:
time between the beginning of the social security -and will be for the next three years. Last Words of Christ from the Building 804
1430 -Chaplain II C. Gilbert.
Cross. The A choir will -
program on 1 Jan. 1937 (or your 21st "Another point to'remember is that, con Cappella Sunday School Small Chapel
and the date reach 65 die. sing Gounod's arrangement of the 0930-t'haplaln II. 0. Gilbert.
birthday) you or trary to general impression, you don't ]lose Seven Last Words. This three- Christian Science Service

"Also, when you have worked 10 quar- your previous social] security account even hour service from 1200 to 1500 An 1100-Outdoor Sunday)Nursery Small I'hupU.for small children

ters (an aggregate of 10 years), you are con- if you're no longer covered. When you return commemorates the three hours I la maintained between 0930

sidered fully insured for life. However, since to a civilian job covered by the act, you the during Cross which on Calvary.On our Lord. hung upon and 1200.Weekday. Religious Service

the act didn't become effective until 1937, will, in effect, be reinstated. Holy Saturday the Solemn Jewish Fellowship Religious Service Hour and

nobody has yet qualified on this basis. "The hitch is this: If you die in the mean- Mass at 0800 will be sung by the 1800-Friday in the Small Chapel. t t

"The important provision, so far as vet- time, your survivors will have no legal claimto full choir and will be preceded by 1900 Wednesday Latter Day-Mutual Saint Service Meeting: In ,

erans are concerned, is 'that they are still ; benefits. Plugging this gap is one of the and the blessing Easter water.of the Pascal Candle Small Young Chattel.Men'* Bible Clan

covered if they held a job coming under so- main purposes of the amending, legislationnow ] The Holy Season of Lent offl- 1430- Thursday. la. Small. ChapelChaplain -
8.: 1: Cnylor.Page
,vial security at least half the time between under study by Congress. dally ends at 1200) Saturday.


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I I $100 WINNER INSIDE ,- =:=:- iTITCC7TA7 ,.

PUBLIC WORKSBy ;

Ethel 1\(. ShanahanThe I : -AROUND= fDLlEli2iflrtE
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helm of the good ship Public A&RElectric
Works has been taken over by
Captain Robert C. Johnson-

C.E.C., USNR, officially 6 April.
Captain Johnson comes to Jacksonville Shop-Dan Cupid has been busy and who do you think
from he shot with his little bow and arrow? None other than T. A. Feaster
Washington, D. C.
I -iiI relieving Captain D. B. Ventres,, Chief U.S.N. and Elizabeth Martindale. They will be married 20 Aprliat
Public Works Officer since 1530 in the Snyder Memorial Methodist Church. A retention will
July
be in the home
given of Mr. and
1915.) Ventres
Capt. returns to civilian -
life and the Department of Mrs. Guy Seashole after the cere
f.e Interior mony. No written Invitations will DRIVE.TO ELIMINATE
In Washington, but his
be sent, but all friends of the cou-
headquarters will be Denver Colo.
.1 o 'Tis ple are invited to both the wed- CAFETERIA'S LOST
.: said that the Captain was so
ding and reception. Congratulations -
124 i y afraid his relief would be late and
r'err he wouldn't be able to leave as to ;you both. SILVER TO BE MADEThe

planned on 5 April that he kept Plant Dh'lslon-We are glad to
the phones busy checking trains see Mr. Sawers, foreman and campaign to eliminate the
and schedules! We now have a LaFilse Chambers, secretary to the loss of silverware, which has been
P.W.O. and Assistant P.W.O. both Plant engineer, back again. Roland the only deficit suffered by the civilian
with the name of Johnson. In other Shreve is also back at the cafeteria in the past few..

words-Johnson & Johnson. drawing board after a nice visit months, will get under way immediately
r, You'll have to know their initials back home in Michigan.The it was announced this

when contacting Administration I rest of us are looking for- week by the Employees Associa

.. building and specify very distinctly ward to a Spring vacation and are tion.A.
the Johnson you wish. all strongly pulling for that ? per number of posters will be displayed

Girls are still boning up for ex cent raise. Congratulations to the in the cafeteria and spe-
( ams. One girl remarked that all 4A employees on their raises! cial balance sheets and monthly
she hears at night business schoolis Strains of "Happy Birthday" Issued statements will be available to every -
,
: "How dumb you are!" Othersat from the Plant Division office individual. In this way, all em-
lunch period practice shorthandor I when Helen Toney received a ployees will be able to see for

TilE CONVERTED air starter,which Walter Ludwig is showing speed on the typewriter. If they cake with candles.Drivers themselves Just how the cafeteria

is the invention that paid him a cash award of $100 from the Beneficial don't make a good showing, it stands.It .
Suggestion Committee. This starter was praised highly by the won't be because they haven't ap- is hoped that the civilians will
Navy Department in Washington and is now used at many naval plied themselves to the work in Are UrgedTo co-operate in the continued im-
activities. hand. provement of the financial stand-
) ing of the cafeteria. Every one can
Don Woods had a hangover re- SharetheRideNAS
to discontinue the loss which
help
Washington Praises Invention
cently. Said it was a fierce one
has been felt in the past, and when
from ice cream, cake and
candy workers, who drive cars to
loss
this becomes all will
resulting from the celebration of the station every day are again benefit better food profit and, lower
$100 Award Given by
Ludwig his daughter June's sixth birth- I I urged to register with the Share- prices.car .

day.Honors the-Ride Program. This program
are coming to our engineers has fallen off to practically noth- why not help your coworkersby
For
Converted Air Starter I
-:M. T. Crumley, mechanicalunit ing In the past six months, and the sharing in this plan.
supervisor, was made a member I buses to and from the station can You can register for the Share-
When trouble resulted because of slow turning speed of the American Society of not take care of the present need. the-Ride plan by calling Ex. 8194,

and failure of former starters in Assembly and Repair's shop Mechanical Engineers, Mr. Garth If you have a vacancy in your Industrial Relations department.

1391, Walter Ludwig, shop planner, invented a converted air gineering(electrical)Professions president of Club the, En-has

starter, which not only paid him a cash award of $100 but been made consulting engineer to SURVEY UNDERWAY II

was cited by Washington and disseminated nationally. P.W.O. and Mr. McMahon Is now '

I Y Born on New Year's Day in supervisor of the electrical unit ? ,

Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Ludwig expressed representatives from Congratulations all!
was educated through high school Washington, and it was dissemin- Transportation Just back in the
1 there. Like the new year day of his Public Works fold hasn't had timeto
i ated
,,:1 birth, he often comes up with new nationally. get news lined up except that
ij: ideas. Many other ideas just as revolu William P. Coggins, back from

Having served in World War I, tionary as Ludwig's are lying dor- service, came in for a visit and ;.+ 1Y a.... x
' he came to Florida in 1919 after mant in your various departments.The will soon be on his old job as au-

his discharge and went to Daytonato Committee on Awards realizes tomotive inspector. __' .

, reside. It was in 1926 that he each day many useful and money- P.O.W.'s have gone and the F-l
finally moved to Jacksonville saving ideas are never developedor division men that were assignedas
" : Where he became a foreman in ant tried because the man with the POW guards will be disbandedas M
auto repair service. soon as clean-up details are
idea feels no one would be interested -
old P-I will simmer
So
Finally in October 1941, he Why not make it a daily completed. ,
\ came to this activity as an instructor rule to think and when, like Lud- down to about six-a couple of .; ri''

f' of airplane engines at NATTC. wig, you run into a difficulty in WAVES and a few enlisted men. I -' 1qx
Remember when we hit the hundred
, From there he progressed to various your routine work, come up, as he ? I I
t positions and now has a rate did, with a way to correct the mark
Section has soft ball
I of shop planner, his work having trouble. If you can make your job Design a ,
lunch
to do with the distribution of healthier, safer, shorter, more efficient team that plays every period
I on the field east of building 451) I
. accessories for overhaul. or better it in any way, you
contest between Duguid's -
i His favorite sport is fishing, but have an idea. Write it down, drop The Transit rages Peepers (the I
in the box provided or mail to Box young I
his real hobby is helping others. blood) and Duffy's Tavern Terrors
The Golden Rule rates high with 22, Personnel Relations, Mrs. Mar. (drafting room oldsters). Frequently x
him, and the regard which, is held garie D. Putnam, the recorder. a rooter becomes so enthusiastic :
for him by his co-workers is easily Then you, too, may be, as Walter he goes right into the I

understood. :Many do not know Ludwig, among the top winners. game. But the outcome of a contest I

him by name, but anyone asking 1 Next week another list of win- last week resulted in an up- i
for "Pop" around the overhaul division ners are to be announced-one a set-the oldsters won! Score 5-0!

finds Walter answeringwith maximum of $250) several in the Rhoden, who although on the Tav-
a smile and a helping hand.. I $100 range and one man in As- ern team is a young blood from
he is always ready to help the sembly and Repair will receive the blueprint room, led the attack
other fellow. three checks for three separate for the Terrors blasting two

Previous to his award of $100, ideas, all of which were winners. round-trippers while Taylor, Tos-
he received an award of a "Primer This unusual feat was also dupli- ke and Haefele accounted for the

Line Shroud closing Tool." cated by a man in Public Works, other three tallies. Gus Haefele ._...... --_.._- ---_.<.......
He conceived his idea for his big who will receive three separate broke his glasses and cut his nose, FOUR PUBLIC WORKS war veterans, getting Into the swing
award by converting an electric I, checks for three ideas that paid so he says he is going to cut out of civilian life once again, take time out from the survey they are

tarter to air because of the difficulty off.So this monkey business and be a making to have their picture snapped. The group, ready to locate
in starting 2800 engines in remember, send in not just rooter from now on. The Transit the poles to construct and establish an additional power line from
cold weather. A great deal of trou- one idea make it a daily habit and Peepers were very let-down and Power Plant No. 1 to the city tie-In, are (1 to r) Bill Young, who
ble was the rule rather than the some day you may break the record are crying for a return match. Experience has returned to his old job after two years in the Army Air Corps
exception, due to slow turning of these two men and get fouror counts after all the oldsters Cadet program: Burch T. Hutson, back after 22 months In the ETO
\ I speed and the failure of former more checks all at once for four say but time will tell, or the and PTO. Burch was a carpenter's mate 2c with the 29th Instruc-

starters. or more ideas. next game! tion Battalion (Navy) Seabees; Dick Summerall ,a newcomer to
His converted air starter has Public Works, who was a quartermaster 2c serving aboard the

several advantages over previousones WHAT-NO TIME CLOCK ---I U. S. S. Hopewell, Navy destroyer, with 31 months sea duty In the

mainly the use of the air ,- Pacific with Halsey's task force; and Emery Turknett, also a for-
drive instead of electricity. This -i ,( 'f'; :I mer Public Works employee, who has returned after 21 months
starter gives continual crankingand a on a B-24 with the 36th bomb
; I service. Emery was gunner squad.
( :
starts an engine on the first iWt '\ ;: : I ron In the ETO. "

try and a lot of time is saved. Its trans ..,.1. ,, .'
l t" : ;
> : ;
easy starting eliminates the dan- : .. > I after their basketball travels. Hear
? '
ger of fires and its long life saves .' i .' : ,'":>. f .. ,> that their basketball team earned
4' SUPPLY
much expense in upkeep. Often ,f ,' t' :":,, many honors, too!
three or four months can go by i ,- > ry _
'v
\ .:. Wedding Bells were rung on 1
without the need for servicing. 0\\ v
Moreover, It was made cheaply \ SALLIES April for Daniel Sharpe (Time-

from surveyed parts. WI"t keeping) and Eva Jane Rolen. The

Among the interesting features tf wedding took place at 1:30 P. M.

which are a part of its success 1 in the home of Judge Alex Mc-
were the milling cuts on the fly-
in Folkston Ga. Best wishes
-
Queen ,
wheel. These were cut from the By Leola Jones
.. mill side two and one half mills at and lots of happiness to you
a 45 degree angle, lengthwise cut The Purchase Group is missing from all of us!

of 60 divisions in clockwise rota Lura. Owens, who is out with a severe ,

tion. To find the location of the case of bronchitis, and Ruth "I shall now illustrate what 1 t,
first cut, the work was brought up have in mind said the
Crosier, who is out for an opera-I my ensignas
\--.1 and touched to the mill lock with 1 S he erased
tight blocks to prevent oscillation. tion. Get well quick, girls everything from the
Then the work was raised 5/16 for When an extra ash tray was to be blackboard.

the first cut which Is a quarter of disposed of, Purchase suddenly
an inch deep. The second cut was awoke to the realization that all I Civilian Employees

1/32 of an inch deep making a their recently acquired veteransare
total of 17/32 inches for the final non-smokers 1 (Unusual). The News

exemplary young men are John I Industrial Relations Office

cut.In the manifold six air ducts Colvin. Marvin Highsmith, and' Bltlg. 450, I'hone Ext. 8194.
were inserted. These were drilled TilE TIMEKEEPER'S Office is a busy center in the Supply Sam Hendricks. Incidentally, Sam' Barbara J. Finley, Editor
0/64" on a 45 degree angle to the Department, for it is here leave records and muster rolls for all em- Hendricks has recently Joined our i The Civilian Employees' News,

' I outer tangent and 25 degree angle ployees in the department are prepared for forwarding to the Accounting ranks, having been with the U. 8. a section of the Jav

to the horizontal at a distanceof Office, and payroll checks and savings bond for Groups II, Engineers and more recently with Air one-page News, Is devoted to reporting -
3/8 inches below the top of the III, and IVA) employees are delivered. Pictured left to right are: the Naval Air Gunners School the:' of the Naval Air
Dews
rim. These were braised in. Daniel Sharpe, clerk, Ba scorn Inman, supervisor, and Evelyn Moats, We're''glad to see Rita Jochum Station's civilian employees.'J .
:Much interest in this starter was clerk. and Pearl Dugger back at work




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MOVIE SCHEDULE This is about fishing. A brand
new AvFun student brought the

TIIURSIY-- .BREAKFAST IN HOLLYWOOD with Tom Brena- matter up by asking what the fish. /

man. 1400, 1730 and 2000.FRIDAYSRING A big Spring dance! tomorrow ing outlook was around here. Now nand
DANCE with music by the Sep Senders. Radio will highlight the week's' entertainment -I a real rabid fishing fan would <
broadcast from 2000 to 2030. Dancing until 2100 around NATIC. Thin should shortly line himself up a good spot
SATURDAY DEVOTION, starring Olivia DeHavilland and Ida be another of those special dances some gear, but it may save
with lots of girl and fun! Flowers time and trouble If we publish
Lupino. 1400. 1730 and 2000. THE MARINES: are coming I
SlIND.YOUNG WIDOW with Jane Russell. Shows at 1400, I back to NATTC! They are land. I and the breath of spring will what station facilities are avail. \
able little
r plus a general dope.
I predominate. The
17jO and 2000.MONDAY. Ing and soon will be represent weekly broadcast t
AND TUEM1 AY-TWO SISTERS FROM BOSTON, ed in the Link Instrument over WJII1 will precede the NATTC has had fishing gear inI I
starring Katheryn Grayson. 1400. 1730 and 2000. I Maintenance School here Five I dance and the Sep Senders Mill I the past and is trying to get more.
WfcDNKSD 4 Y-BEDLAM with Boris Karloff. 1400 1800 and will report by 20 April five more .I play until 2400. The girl are coming We have some coming up from ,
1 from the NCCS-USO and 'ariou NAS Daytona Beach soon and will
2000. I 1 May and ten will come to class I. \ -
THURSDAY JOHNNY IN THE CLOUDS with Douglas Mont- by 1 June. other organizations In town. purchase more if the demand Jus't''t
gomery and John Mills Only one show, at 1400. USO CAMP SHOW This small la far i i Here's hoping that waltzes will tinea it. The main trouble experienced I<<
at 1800 and 2000. from the 5,700 group Marines a who cry I be played Friday night especially in the past has been misuse
I for the members of the dance class I of the gear, particularly reels, ,
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD ; were attached to NATTC, Marine they have really been practicing through ignorance of the proper
Aviation Detachment in I III
and quite a large group operation. To help out on this we .
SWIMMING! Daily Indoor Pool Recreational Period for all Naval .June. of, 1943.HONOR II turns out Monday and Wednesday I hope to give demonstrations. by I
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Personnel and their guests, Monday through Friday. 0900 to 1000, evenings from 1900-2000 at the J JI prominent fishermen if there in j
1300 to 1400. 1500 to 1600 and 1800 to 2100. MEN Hostess house. They will soon ad. enough interest shown 1\

St.turday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1230 to 2100. ..._ ." ".....lo. ,..",', '. ,. ... 'I I vance to fox trot and even rumbas. For fishing locally :Mainside has
GOLF-Station Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all personnel *" .."'><.1I\t t\!>!',*:J, I The Craft Shop has opened. and a number of rowboats which can '

l. Clubs available at Gear. Locker in Southside of NATTC Auditorium t:',{" ',.., leather work classes are held Tuesday be signed for on a form from the 'I
; Monday through Saturday-1000-1700; Sunday-1030 to 1700. Thursday and Friday evenings -: Welfare Office two days in advance (
,
BOWLING--Six Alleys behind Ships Service available to all personnel >. ,' : from 1 1 Monday through Friday; 1000 to 2000; Saturday-1130 to 1730. direction of Mary Jane DUkard, is that. all members of the crew A ; 'v t
line ; S| (X)2r.) Welfare hall securedleather are qualified swimmers. If the de- I( .
Free bowling if you set your own pins. lOc a for pin boys. )
which! It will resell cost
4 at, I mand for boats exceeds the
MUSIC-Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, supply
to those lathing I to make the varl- we may be able to get some
contact Hagen, Ext. 280.TENNISRacquets. OIIH billfold and picture framed..
I I more as Mainside has Maid they
and balls. available at Physical Training Bldg. P5' Commander C. M, Jett former have space for them.
513. Executive Officer at NATTC had I
Florida considers service men
HOSTESS HOUSE-Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sun- his picture on the front page of residents for license purposes. The t!

day 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. the South. Bend, Indiana Tribune I fee is 200. A license is not required I'I
Indiana university
N VTTC LIBRARY-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through crowning an I for a resident of a county
VrI.Jay-0931) to 2100; Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100. a y yI the escort coed the carrier"adopted Cape skipper"Gloucesterat of'I to fish with bne pole in his own

ATIIELKTIC GKAR-Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training San Diego. California I I county. This. would cover the St. I
Johns off the station, and downto
513. '
Dept. Bldg The WAVES at NATTC were.
Orange Park. No license U required '
congratulated their excellent
upon
in salt water, of cours
( set-up here last week by Lt. I ..
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE I Comdr Elenora Sondergard Director As for what you would catch
of Women Reserves in the Air after getting out there, the experton (
JACKSONVILLE BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent intervals Technical Training Command the subject hereabouts is Chief
3 from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand when she made a routine visit Master at Arms Mally who will
other recreation at one of world's finest ocean breaches. Buss x here I hold forth on fighting bass and
schools of bream and the beat
fare 25c.
I Jeannette Kahle Sue Hoover, .
NAVY MOTHERS' HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 East Church Street, I and Miriam Brooks are in the all spots to pick them up at great
USO CENTERS, at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus girl choir which will sing for the I length If you will drop around to "
f Station, Church and Newnan Streets; 311 West Duval Street USO Easter Services. t his office In Bldg 500. It sure

WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. Of the group of WAVES who sounds good. |f s|

CANOEING, riSHINU, AND BOATING Cedar River on San i journeyed down to Jax Beach last
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on Saturday, Reven Towers Adklni (
San J8'in. Row Boats-two hours, 50c:; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor Cleghorn, Donnell and MacDonald 5HUFFLEBOARO

boats-S2.00 per hour five to eight people per boat. Burns and Redman figured in" the I,
1 HORSEBACK RIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA attempt to save the young man II I i
o BLES. Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay who was drowned in the ocean S t.

Ridea. right in front of them I
----- S) M. Ragsdale W. O, Marine
,0 Corps, is expecting to be releasedsoon n

Unit Citation RED CROSS to civilian life and a new CO >>..., ,
will come aboard. <::Da f
Awarded Student DRIVE The niapn over at Ship' Service 01)) : i
ENDSThe
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certainly (In draw a lot of Interest ; ..
During InspectionOrville a 1916 Red Cross Fund Cam their home (isms and just where Reported. .

I. Harris, AOMlc, USN, paign conducted throughout the and 'In which mountain, (their
received the Presidential Unit Citation month of March at I summer home I III totaled. Michael T. Savino, Capt., USMC;
NATTC
was Cheater C. Minton, Lt. (jg) USN
during the Personnel Inspection The Chiefs really enjoyed a par- ;
brought to a close Monday when Frederick G. Connelly, 1st Lt. US-
of the Third Duty Sec ty last Sunday with everythingfrom
tion last Saturday Captain Ford final returns were handed in by all good food and beer to the MCR; JerenUh D. Sharahan, 1st

N. Taylor, Commanding, made the divisions and departments Total sack races with Ketner doing a';' Lt., USMCR; Donald G. Wood, 1st
which Harris earned few loops i Lt., USMCR; Amor W. Simpwm
presentation returns for this
tabulated
year were |
I Chief Electrician USN.
in 1912 while aboard the USS Cop Speaking of parties and picnics, ,
the ,
by Campaign committee under the Medical Department Detached
ihee which reinforced the First Journeyed
Marine Division at Guadalcanal I the chairmanship of Chaplain THIS week's graduation of the out to Gold Head Branch State I' Mary L. Van Aernam, Lt. Harris, a student in class 026 Terrence P. McMahon, Lieut.. as Aviation Fundamental School Park last Sunday and from the reports (W), USNR: Stephen 1'':. Keane, .
Advanced Aviation Ordnance 78576. According to Chaplain found G. D. Wissmger of Falls and the reddened skin Lt. (jg), USNR; Charles E. Zum- i

School, is from Granger Washington I McMahon and Charles. C. Adams City, Nebraska the high man in a good time was had by all. ) brunnen, Lt. (jg) DC, USNR; A,.
and entered the Navy in October C. T. Lawyer ARM2c, just returned fred W. King! 1st Lt., USMCR;
Class five with R. W. Horn Chi-
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1941, Red Cross Field Director at NAT : from leave and it sounds
Philip J. Leary, Ens., USN; Paul
TC this amount is a substantial i cago Illinois and W. H. Pelrine, I I .
I --- -- -- -- as if he visited almost every statein J. Hickey Chief Electrician, USN. ,
JAX AIR NEWS I reduction from the amount Medford Massachusetts graduating the union. .
I ed in during the three hand-I' with honrs.
AEM2c Wootem is
the
NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL; among The laziest
man on record is the
nual campaigns that One hundred and one men out fortunate; he just acquired i a
very '
j TRAINING CENTERC on* who bought a Great Dane
*)
wartime years. I of the 114 (except those with wife and now a shiny blue Pontiac! !l 1 '='
Foid N. Taylor UN.ommnnrtlnir ass (aptain's Mast against their The last of the original A.I. he wouldn have to_ stoop to pet It I IJ
(: I record received Seaman First ..
I Commimler Robert t. Bwbr, Ut>N, Mary: Every time I ) group who came here almost two .
". North I have to go up ,'. upon completion of this school. years. ago when the Automatic Pilot i. they actually serve rolls at breakfast
Editorial Office's' tor NATTC' change my heavy because by the time wo get
-- -- IK'liool originated will soon be
undies. You
Section, Rooms 137 and 138, a." know, I'm from Tex- Wife: "Every time I get downin leading J. C. Yuha, Tom Dooley, J there there i is always a crumb of

Administration Building 500-A. the dumps, I buy a new hat." R. I). Jantren, Eddie Yoiicl, icing left! '
Tel. Ext. 208 Sailor," : "That soT I'm from Missouri Husband: 'I was wondering ReUdarkl (lleery), Dunn and l>a- Wednesday night at 1800 and
Ad )..r where got them." vldnon. 2000 a local program was featured,
you
E. H Andrew. 11 Com Kditor I II'm The Aircraft Instrument School, i called "Stars of Tomorrow," song
Ard/. Rfdmnn. SpSZo; Sailor (on first cruise) : "Sir, "I wish we had a fifth for TAI Division, is planning a big by Fred Katterheinrich, soma of I
New.writ.rMary beginning to feel 1 bridge" picnic this week-end. the members of the SepCen band
Ann Donnril port. SpXSo( What can I do?" leaSick'j "You dope, you don't need a More and more people from I furnishing music and a hill billy

K_nn"th Kaparek Sic Officer' : "Don't worry, fifth for bridge" Ship's Company are seen at local band from the Mess Cooks. The
-- --- It: "Then I wish we had a pint." restaurants: and it is rumored that NCCS-USO furnished talent alaoPage .
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/ WHAT A BROAD BEAM] AND I AL SO .','-v PRETTY F4STL ,

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HIGH SCHOOL THE WORD. SPECIAL LIBERTY Harlan Second In

DIPLOMA RECEIVEDIN ... GRANTED TO ATTEND

From Aviation Fundamental JEWISH PASSOVERThe I


TEN ,HOURS School Jewish Personnel at NATTC National Diving MeetDIVER

By II. r. Jenkins Lt. By J. S. FM&no, CI'hoMIn will be granted Special Liberty to
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attend the Passover Services in
If you can demonstrate jour order that we can give the '
vcholastic ability for a period often students. attending AV FUND Jacksonville, 15 April to 17 April. -
hours, many high schools in school, THE WORD on the various I A community Seder will be held I NATTC Specialist (A)

the United States will give you a ratings in a hurry: today we will at the Mayflower Hotel, Monday '_"_""__.._..n_______________ __.__
diploma. The arrangement is all submit two rate schools qualifi evening at 1915 and a service at Competes With Top
thoroughly accredited by the American cations. Aviation Machinist Mate ; 1800 the same evening at the
Council on Education. and Aviation Ordnance Mate Temple On Tuesday the services Divers In Nation
I will be held at 1000 at the Templeand
Just to keep things from being AMM and AOM. "
too hard ten Aviation Machinist Mate at 1800 in the Jewish Center I
you can apply your Bruce Harlan NATTC's
and also Wednesday morning at ,
hours right on this base at the QualificationsThe
Educational Services Office, Building Class A School is located at 1000 at the Center own SpA)2c( ) placed secondin

I>01, and receive your diploma I Memphis. Tenn, and is for 16 Special liberty for both Ship'sCompany both high and low board
by mall from ;jour own high weeks To attend this school a I and students will begin diving in one of the best div-
l school. No fly-by-nlght-nfty-dol- I man must have passed his GCT,i Monday at 1700 and end Wednes- ing fields gathered since before

lar-per-diploma scheme. I (General Classification Test! ) with day at 1700 the war at the National Indoor

I The catch is that ;you actually II a grade of S2 or more. His Arithmetic All men who have the not made Passover ar- t19 Diving Meet held at Bainbridge,
r have to know something. In fact, tests must be 45 or over. A : rangements for Md., April 5 and 6
at
that Isn t a catch at all, but the I Mechanical knowledge of 55 should contact Mr Schulman I
USO 311 W. Duval St., or 1 i Miller Anderson, Sophomore,
way it all works. If you had to Plane Matching of 12.Plane I the Ohio State took top honors in
leave high school before getting I Matching is Just to see! If you i phone Jax 31384. There are homesin 3 7.T," both high ,and low boards with
and know where tail wing, fuselage, Jacksonville available for all
your diploma since then ;you a Bruce close behind him. Anderson
have acquired knowledge approximately landing gear and cockpit fit on a personnel and the men are urged .Q MMIIIM.MN was the 1942 champion diver when
equivalent to that of a high I Planet) Mechanical aptitude of at ,Ito attend the service. and
he was a freshman at Ohio
school graduate, then you are all least 55. Good vision, or correct- -- - I ,
since then has been an Army AirCorps
pet Just prove it, then sit back
pilot completing 112 fighter
and wait for your high school
missions over Europe.)
principal to send the diploma x
i Anderson hlr of
,.. ,, The basis of the whole arrangement completes sweep
wins with this latest and
S'b victory
is a test which allows to
you v"'
holds the National AAU Na-
I now ,
show how much you know about
the world in general. The questionson tional Collegiate at Yale, and
Western Conference titles.Harlan .
the test are not specific! but
rather general and depend on jour i received the highest scoreon
background for ;jour answer, It an individual dive which was
does not, for example, require you j the most difficult of the meet, the
to remember that King Judea of -------- --- half-gainer, half twisting, forward

Lagash on the morning of September INTRAMURALS SHY one and a half He also led the
11, 2043 BC. has his eighty- qualifiers In the low board trials to
,'IJ; ninth wife beheaded for reasons! determine the six finalists for the
: mt pertinent to this discussion SOFTBALL ENTRIES' championship meet. Bruce is recognized -
The test will require a general as one of the outstanding
knowledge of history, English, science AS OPENING NEARS divers of the nation and is expected -
literature and mathematics to take all honors in the next

.. "'. Each of the five parts of the test I With the opening of the soft I meet

requires approximately two hours ball season! just around the corner !1 Third at the meet was Struth-

and may be taken on separate! days. axed only five teams have signedto ers Martin, Lake Shore Athletic
Upon proper demonstration of compete in the Intramural.'Club, Chicago, 4th, Gil Evans, U.
your ability then ;jour principal League. Although there will undoubtedly I of Michigan, 5th, Alex Canja, U.
1 has the option of granting you a be a host of late entries, of Michigan and 6th, Jack Tolar,
i diploma The decision, however, is Lt Kelley of the Physical Training Ohio State,. The 19 contestants!
I totally up to jour former princi- Department, threatens to enter I, represents colleges, clubs and
. all the teams in a single leaguein i I
army-naval activities from all
ral.If you finished all but one yearof F the event that enough teams.I over the United States.

high school' and since then have 7 Calmness __ __ __ __ ____ __ _____ i cannot be mustered for three I! ----- -- "
to 20/20.
.been reading good books, have by glasses for with AMM High school not necessary leagues. tion
and a capacity
: done well in Navy schools, and under stress but desirable, and any shop Originally it was planned to operate I
school edu-
have been generally wide awake, careful work A high i or mechanical experience. The I three leagues. One for Officers Physical Training and Disbursing -
cation is desirable, but not essential School's have combined to form
and Ship Company a
willing
is
then jour chances of making a school prefers that a man -
You should have a liking for strong entry in the Com-
satisfactory showing on the test i i to volunteer for CAC (combat To this date only three I Ships
I I mechanical machinery, and not teams are entered in the Ship'sCompany I pany circuit. Group Control of
If and if the need arises /
are good. your background air crewman),
preparation is less than that, then mind getting a little grease and I The curriculum offers training !, League and two teams I Separation Center has submittedan
oil on your hands. If you wish to in the School league. entry in the same loop as has
electricity
luck -
need
you will some jl In. math; blue print reading; I
See your Educational ServicesOfficer \ volunteer for flight duty as a plane hand tools; small arms; The schedule has not been drawnup AOM (B) Instructors.The .

for advice about your own crewman, you have to be physically aircraft guns, turrets, gun and ;jet but as soon as the loops I only two entries in the
individual case, qualified according to the pres- torpedo cameras, aircraft target are organized, the schedules will School League are AOMA)
I > ejit Combat AIr- Crewman require and towing equipment: systems of be out. If enough teams can be I School and AOMB( ) School. No
ments. entered in the next week will I teams
releasing and launching bombs; play have showed intentions of
COlTedionSmall The curriculum covers blue ammunitions and explosives; aircraft start immediately. Games will be I entering the Officers' League yet

print reading, free-hand sketch bombs; rockets, mines; tor played each night of the week, so I but it is hoped that a number will
ordnance hand tools there should be no shortage of ac- sign
Colleges ing; basic ; pedoesand aircraft pvrotechnics ___ __ __ ___ _h' _soon. _
fabric repair; removal and Instal- All this training makes him capa-

lation of instruments; operation, ble of caring for all the armament I Candidates Seek
ForI Sixty-Five
Ideal Place
removal, installation and adjust- of airplanes, cleaning and checkIng
ment of "fcjdraulic units; brakes
; of
Ex-GI To AttendTwo and upkeep; control, structural all guns on the, bombs proper, rockets functioning, etc Positions On Raider SquadMeet

equipment; emergency equipment; Some of the advantages of this
weeks ago, in attempting to engines; squadrons; squadron op- rate are: easy duty during peace-
impress the fact that small colleges erations; proper method of clean. time allows of time to
plenty U of Florida Next Thursday In
are the ideal place for ex- ing parts: testing engines, hold- I study on jour own, work in small Opener
Gls to attend, a typographical error ing 30, 60 and 90 checks, chances for flight skins
stated that it was 'impossi Some of the advantages are: I I groups, The lower rates of Monday night's first baseball practice saw a group of

.'. ble" to gain the broad background \ learn a job very easily adapted : all are branches very good. are open for advancement ,I approximately 65 youngsters turn out in hopes of landing
and understanding; which is necessary to civilian life, very interestingwork I a berth on the Air Raiders baseball)) squad.

k to lead a successful life. I sea and shore based squad I I On the average the candidateswere -
1 The prefix "im" changed the rons, carriers, and advance base >I I undoubtedly the ;youngest I I'- Buckley will be wearing civvies -
complete meaning of the sentenceand operational billets available. group that has ever turned out for i within the next month, which
in answer to numerous ques- Aviation Ordnance ]Mate I It's A Joke I any athletic team at NATTC adds to the headaches of Manager
tions in the Jax Air News Office I Qualification : Among the 65 players were Bob Merle Makeever.
a and the Office of Educational Here a rating that will keep Chisel and Jim Buckley, the only i I Makeever will have but one week
J. Services we want to retaliate and you at lovely southern Jacksonville) two players; left from the 19.15 I in which to whip his squad into
'; impress upon future students the for 16 weeks more. AOM. This Raider team However both Chisel shape as the first game of the season -
ideal situations which are met in I Class A School requires a man .1IIJaleHe / ;I I is scheduled for next Thursday -

small colleges. have a GCT of J 52; Mechanical aptitude ... Protestant Choir-- i I The young NATTC nine will
I Small schools not only] give the of 50; Mechanical knowledge journey to Gainesville to meet the
;, broad background and understand-I of 50, and Plane Matchingskill He: the stars numerous Seeks New MembersA University of Florida, which will
ing which is necessary for a successful I of 12 Corrected vision to 20/ tonight have at least a half dozen games
A life, but the ex-GI will receive I 20, which helps those who have to I She: "Yeah, and ain't there a call for men with singing abil- under their belts by that time. The
individual attention, something I wear glasses. Calmness under ]lot of them, too?" ity to join the Protestant Choir first home game of the new sea-

'II he has missed during his military strain and capacity for careful I was issued this week by the Chap son will be played on Thursday, 25
g career. work is desired, as Is also the case 'louve no doubt heard about lain's Department. I April, when the Air Raiders play

the Scotchman who was nearly Replacements are needed at/this the U. of Florida in a return

1- THEY MAINTAIN NATTC I' pummeled to death because he I time, it was pointed out, becauseof match

._. .__ thought the sign; on the door said' the accelerated demobilization I Competing in the fast Naval
I "Laddies." : I. Aviation Unit Conference, the local -
program
i I
: Rehearsals are held on Thursdays club will run up against some
I A girl is like the ocean She may I and Fridays from 1715 to I of the best service teams in the

p I I look green but she, 'an get: aw 1815 only and do not interfere country. A two game series will be

,1 fully rough I II with liberty on those nights played with: each of the other nine
__ teams in the new circuit.
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I I Peg: "They tell me you had a' I saw you out with last night?" I Manager Makeever announced
date last night with that bad the schedule this
egg 2nd Sailor: "That was no girl. following early
I Meg: "Mut be some ether guj That was my brother. He just week and hopes to add more
This guy was too fresh" walks that way." games during June and July
v w Thur 111 April U. of }'orld", there.
Rose: "I'm making a new dress Thurs, 211 April U. of 'lorida here
but heart Isn't in It" Kit: Gee, but that boy last; night 'rl.. 2C April Welch Hospital Theiv.
my Tu... 7 May W -I'h loepltal. her.'Fri. .
:Mary Jane: "Rather low Isn'tIt was' fresh. ieMay }lutch'.on: NAS Uwe.Sot.
_,., Gert. Why didn't you shp his : I1 May Nuteh'aon NAS: th.A.Tues. :
fa cc? 14 Moo, Orlando AAB. the.. '
I
-
trrl. n May P'.aeola NAT. here
A Pullman conductor was askedto Kit: I did, and take my advice, -Set. J8 May P'.. ClI" NATa, h..r..
explain why a red lantern was never slap a guy when he s chew- Frl. 24 May Cur Ch. 'll her.'Sat. .
hanging on lower six. ing tobacco. : 25 May ('or.: Chr. hero.Tues. ,
2M May Orlando AAB, her.Fri. .
"Look at rule 23," he answered I 31 Mar Maxwell }'Id.. here .
THEY I)() everything with hammers, pliers, saws and brushes! "It says you should always hangup :Moe: "Is the station dentist a -Fri., 7 June Pan"ftn.. RI.Rlv.. NAS NAS, (t.her........
Here is the Maintenance Crew from Building 521 who keep NATTC a red lantern when the rear of careful worker' Set'Fri. 8 Jun.June Wd. 1. (here
going Kneeling left to right, C. R. Anderson, V. Winkles, M. B. Wal- a sleeper is exposed." Joe: "Sure, he filled my 'teeth $at. :: Jun. Viii.: : m: the,.

ford, J. J. Knorr, Jr., L. Grove.. R. T, Graham, and H. Clampett, with great pains" Frl- .21 22 June June Miami Miami NA8.NA. here hRltt. _
Second row, R. N. Greiner, E. W, Harris, P. J, Lewis, Z. F, Steed, Gob: Going my way, baby?"' t S'rI 211 June Jo't. Lau NHAS ........
L. F. Haar, G. A. McKenney, T R. Lewis, and B. }'I, Girl: "Sir, the public street is Some of the Women Reserves set, t9 Ju" .'1. u..re
Chief Carpenter's Mate. Third row, p H. Veiling, R. K. Walters, Jr., no place to accost a girl who lives have been wearing the same hat ./lilt..rl. 12'July July JII1I Maxwell 24AA.'111.hers, (hers

L. Irwin, C. W. Regan, E. F. Close.DE Havrilla, J. C. Moreland, at 636 5th Ave; for a year and a half, which just I -$atis July Jax lAS,' here
. II A. Pecard; and back row, D. C. Fiesback, J. }[. Clark, F. C. goes to show what a little discipline It Jnl' Ottu Ottumwa.. NP'rS.tMM.4PTS.'her.:
Holdt, R. E. Dejewskl, and V. B. Beta 1st Sailor: "Who was that girl will do for womanhood. I 'S.t..Lt.e'20 Isis. .ftm. wa'

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By Comdr. Robert P. Bewhe

I This Is about fishing. A brand
MOVIE SCHEDULE new AvFun student brought the /

matter up by asking what the fishing .
.
IN with Tom Brena-
THURSDAY BREAKFAST HOLLYWOOD
A dance, I outlook was around here. Nowa
big Spring tomorrow
ItOO 1730 and 2000.
man. ,
real rabid
would
fan
fishing
Senders. Radio Mill highlight the week's entertainment -
FRIUAYSPRING; DANCE with music by the Sep I
shortly line himself
around should up a good spot
NATTC. This
broadcast from 2000 to 2030. Dancing until 2100 I
be another of I and some gear, but it may save
S.TURIDEVOTIoN, starring Olivia DeHavilland and Ida ... those special<< dances
time and trouble
If
with lots of fun we publish
girls and FlowI
Lupmo 1400. 1730 and 2000.SUNDAYYOUNG TUG MARINES:' are coming: -1! what station facilities are avail-
I and the
WIDOW with Jane Russell. Shows at 1400, back to NATTC! They are land- breath The of spring wilt I able plus a little general dope. \
I predominate. weekly broadcast t
17JO and 2000.MONDAY.
and will be
ing soon represented -
1 ANI TUEMI4V TWO SISTERS FROM BOSTON, in the Link Instrument over YVJII1 will\\\ precede the I NATTC has had fishing gear inI
1400, 1730 and 2000. I dance and the Sep Senders will I the past and Is trying to get more.
starring Katheryn Grayson Maintenance School here. Five
WEDNKSD 4Y--BEDLAM with Boris Karloff. 1400, 1800 and will report by 20 April, five more I play until 2400. The girl are coming I We have some coming up from ,t
i from the NCCS-USO and >'arl- MAS Daytona Beach soon and will
1 and will to class
May ten come
2000THURSDAY-. IN THE CLOUDS, with Douglas Montgomery by 1 June. I OWl other organization In town. purchase more if the demand justifies I'
Here's it. The main trouble experienced "
hoping that waltzes will
and John Mills. Only one show, at 1400. USO CAMP SHOWat
This small group if a far cry be played Friday night especially In the past has been misuseof
1300 and 2000. I from the 5,700 Marines who I for the members of the dance class the gear, particularly reels,

THINGS TO DOABOARDSWIMMING were attached to NATTC, Ma- ; they have really been practicing I through ignorance of the proper
rine Aviation Detachment, in j jI
and quite a large group operation. To help out on this we

.Daily Indoor Pool, Recreational Period for all Naval June of.. 1943HONOR I turns out Monday and Wednesday j I. hope to give demonstrations by I
Personnel and their guests, Monday through Friday. 0900 to 1000, evenings from 1900-2000 at the I prominent fishermen If there in 'j

1300 to 1400. 1500 to 1600 and 1800 to 2100. MEN'f" Hostess house. They will soon ad- '! enough interest shown. !

S"turday-09OQ to 2100; Sunday-1230 to 2100. ..gsr vance to fox trot and even rumbas.I I' For fishing locally Mainside hasa

GOLF Station Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all personnel $ The Craft Shop has opened and number of rowboats which can

Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Audi- I leather work classes are held Tuesday be signed for on a form from the

torium Monday through Saturday-1000-1700; Sunday-1030 to 1700. Thursday and Friday f'\'f'1' Welfare Office two days in advance -
; I
I nlng from ltH)0 to 2130 under the The main qualification hereis
available to all
behind Service a' 6
BOWLING-Six Alleys Ships personnel
direction of Jane ll 'kard.
Mary <
that. all members of the crew a
through Friday 1000 to 2000 Saturday-1130 to 1730 (
Monday ; ; has secured
:;1)X)2Vf'lfare( ) are qualified swimmers. If the demand .,
Free bowling If you set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. i I leather which It will resell at,coat|I for boats exceeds the sup

MUSIC-Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, to those wishing to make the ply, we may be able to get some

contact Hagen, Ext. 280.TENNISRacquets. I ous billfold and picture frames. more as Mainside has said they

and balls available at Physical Training Bldg. .3'I Commander C. M. Jett. former have apace for them.
Executive Officer at NATTC had
513. I : Florida considers service men
HOSTESS HOUSE-Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sun- his picture on the front page of I residents for license purposes. The

day 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests the South. Bend, Indiana Tribune I fee is $2.00. A license is not required -
crowning an Indiana university -
NATTC LIBRARY-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through I for a resident of a county
coed
the of
"adopted I
skipper" I to fish with One pole in his own i .
and 1230 to 2100.
i'dday-0930 to 2100; Saturday Sunday-
the escort carrier Cape Gloucesterat I
county, This. would cover the St. ,
ATIIELETIC GEAR-Available at Gear Locker, Physical TrainingDept IT e San Diego. California. Johns off the station and down Ito

.. Bldg. 513. 3I The WAVES at NATTC were Orange Park, No license is re- j III

congratulated upon their excellent I quired in salt water, of cours... !trl i:
set-up here last week by Lt !
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE Comdr. Elenora Sondergard. ,I As for what you would catch I
l' tor of Women Reserves In Direc-1 I after getting out there, the expert II yon

JACKSONVILLE BEACHEs-Buses leave at frequent intervals Technical Training Command, I the subject hereabouts is Chief ;

} from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing when she made a routine visit Master at Arms Mally who will I:
and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean breaches. Bus here I hold forth on fighting bass and
schools of bream and the best j;
fare 25c. ( Jeannette Kahle, Sue Hoover, '
spots to pick them at great
NAVY MOTHERS' HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 East Church Street, I and Miriam Brooks are in the all- up ",
length If will drop around to
USO CENTERS, at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus girl choir which will sing for the his office you In Bldg 500. It sure

a Station, Church and Newnan Streets; 311 West Duval Street. USO Easter Services I sounds good. ,.
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. Of the group of WAVES who I 'f'

CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING Cedar River on San journeyed down to Jax Beach last 'fu..

Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore But, three blocks from last stop on Saturday, Reven, Towers, Adkins, 40itflCERf

San .faan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c:; canoes-fl.00 per hour, motorboats Cleghorn, Donnell and MacDonald' SHUFFLEBOARD t

-(2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. Burns and Redman figured in the I
m HORSEBACK RIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA- attempt to save the young man i I

BLES. Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay who was drowned in the ocean t.Ii"

Rides. I right in front of them, I II
i Si M Ragsdale. W. O, Marine
I Corps, is expecting to be releasedsoon I .. :

Unit Citation RED CROSSDRIVE ,( "' to civilian life and a new CO >>,.. :
will come aboard.
Awarded Student .. : The map over at hhlp'a Service CD) 'I

ENDSThe ..... certainly do! draw.. lot of Interest '

During Inspection ". "... I a* everyone In seen I pointing out CO//t. ltiO1
n n -
19IS Red Cross Fund Campaign their home towns and just where Reported- f

Orville I, Harris, AOMlc, USN, I conducted throughout the and 'In which mountain. their Michael T. Savino, Capt.. USMC, .
home in I.x ated.
received the Presidential Unit Ci- ; month of March at NATTC was I summer I Chester C. Minton, Lt (Jg) USN, ,>,
Personnel inspection The Chiefs really enjoyed a par- .
the -
tation
during Sec- brought to a close Monday when ty last Sunday with everythingfrom Frederick G. Connelly, lit Lt. US- ,
of the Third Duty
tion last Saturday. Captain Ford I final returns were handed in by all good food and beer to the MCR, Jerenish D. Sharahan, 1st I ;
Lt., USMCR; Donald G Wood. 1st '
N Taylor, Commanding, made the divisions and departments. Total sack races with Ketner doing a I
Lt., USMCR; Amor W Simpson,
few
presentation which Harris earnedin returns for this I loops. '
year were tabulated Chief Electrician, USN.
19(2 while aboard the USS Co- I Speaking of parties and picnics,
by the Campaign committee under the Ut'tadlf'c1i
pahee which reinforced the First Medical Department Journeyed r.
1 Marine Division at Guadalcanal. I I the chairmanship of Chaplain TillS week's graduation of the out to Gold Head Branch State i Mary L. Van Aernam, Lt. (jg) .,

Harris! a student in class 026, Terrence P. McMahon, Lieut. as Aviation Fundamental School Park last Sunday and from the reports (fW), USNR: Stephen E Keane,I. .
and the reddened skin I USNR Charles E. Zum- '
Advanced Aviation Ordnance Lt (jg), ;
$7S .76. According to Chaplain found G. D. Wissmger of Falls
School, Is from Granger, Washington a good time was had by all. brunnen, Lt. (jg) DC, USNR.; A j
I Nebraska the in
McMahon and Charles C. .Adams City, high man I I
and entered the Navy in October C. T. Lawyer ARM2c, just re- fred W. King, 1st Lt., USMCR;
Class five with R. W. Horn Chi-
29 41. Red Cross Field Director at NAT- ; turned from leave and it soundsas I Philip J. Leary, Ens., USN; PaulJ.
,
---- -- -- --. TC this amount is a substantial I cago, Illinois, and W. H. Pelrine, if he visited almost every statein I I Hickey Chief Electrician, USN. ,
I JAX reduction from the amount Medford Massachusetts, gradu- the union. 1 I

I) NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL I ed in during the three hand-j ating with honrs. AEM2c Wootem is among the The laziest man on record is the
One hundred and one men out : ..
nual campaigns that marked the very fortunate; he just acquired; a
who Great DQMiC
on* bought a *
.) TRAINING CENTER wartime years. I II of the 114 (except those with wife and now a shiny blue Pontiac! I
I he wouldn't have to stoop to pet it.
C.pUIn' Ford N. Taylor USN.Commnndlnx captain's Mast against their Ihe last of the original A.I I.
l I II I record) received Seaman First who came here almost two
( Comm.i il.r Kulwrt P. ttorb*, USN, Mary: 'Every time I group rv-e- i'
rolls
go up upon completion of this school. years ago when the Automatic I'l- ,; they actually s at breakfast
I Editorial Offices'"for NATTC North I have to change my heavy I --- -- -- ----- -- lot school originated will soon be because by the time we get

Section' Rooms 137 and 138, undies. You know, I'm from Tex- Wife: "Every time I get downin leading J. C. Vulian, Tom Dooley, I there there is always a crumb of
as" C
4 Administration Building 500-A the dumps, I buy a new hat" R. I). Jantreit Eddie Youds, I IIlel icing left!
Tel. Ext. 208AJrUor Sailor" : "That so? I'm from Missouri Husband: "I was wondering "da 'kl (Beery), Dunn and David Wednesday night at 1800 and

where you got them. won. 2000 local program was featured,
r E. H. Andrews Edit.r:I.t ComJr, C'hC), The Aircraft Instrument School, called "Stars of Tomorrow," song.

Ardjr Redman. SpS)2o( Sailor (on first cruise): "Sir, "I wish we had a fifth for TAI Division, is planning a big by Fred Katterheinrich, some of
NewiwriltrMar I'm beginning to feel seasick. bridge." picnic this week-end. the members of the SepCen band
/ Ann Sports onnll, SpX'o) What can I do?" I "You dope you don't need a More and more people from furnishing music and a hill billy

K..nn..th Hmimrtk, Sic Officer: "Don't worry, you'll do I fifth for bridge. Ship's Company are seen at local I band from the Mess Cooks. The

-- it." I "Then I wish we had a pint restaurants: and it Is rumored that NCCS-USO furnished talent alsoPage ),. I,
-- ---
BUDDIES '
Fr I II II

BOY LOOK AT THAT 3LICKSHIP. \ JUST CALL ME'HELLC/VT (
dfloN AND r AL SO WA VE PRETTY F'4STv.
WHAT A BROAO BEAM\
NON
HEAVY FIRE" POWER es
AND WHAT A WELL JTREAML/NED 4 .

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WONDER WHAT

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April, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

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HIGH SCHOOL [THE WORD. SPECIAL LIBERTY Harlan Second In

DIPLOMA RECEIVEDIN ... GRANTED TO ATTEND

From Aviation Fundamental JEWISH PASSOVERThe I


TEN ,HOURS SchoolBy Jewish Personnel at NATTC National Diving MeetDIVER

lly II. r. Jenkins, Lt. J. S. E ta.no, CI'hoM will be granted Special Liberty to
attend the Passover Services in
If you can demonstrate your In order that we can give the
scholastic for period of AV FUND Jacksonville, 15 April to 17 April.A .
ability a students, attending ,
ten hours, many high schools in school, THE WORD on the various community Seder will be held I NATTG Specialist (A)
the United States will will at the Mayflower Hotel, Monday
give you a ratings in a hurry; today we
diploma The arrangement is all submit two rate school's qualifications evening at 1915 and a service at Competes With Top
/ thoroughly accredited by the American Aviation Machinist Mate 1800 the same evening at the
Council on Education. and Aviation Ordnance Mate. Temple. On Tuesday the serviceswill Divers In Nation

Just to keep things from being AMM and AOMAviation be held at 1000 at the Templeand
at 1800 in the Jewish Center
too hard, you can apply your ten Machinist Male at I Bruce Harlan, NA 1yrC's ,
and also Wednesday morning
hours right on this base at the QualificationsThe
Educational Services Office, Building Class A School is located at 1000 at the Center own SpA)2c( ) placed secondin

501 and receive ;your diplomaby Memphis. Tenn., and is for 16 Special liberty for both Ship's both high and low board

mall from ;your own high weeks. To attend this school, a Company and students will begin diving ill one of the best div-
school. No fly-by-night-flfty-dol- I man must have passed his GCT, Monday at 1700 and end Wednes- ing fields gathered since before

Jar-per-diploma scheme. 1 (General Classification Test) with day at 1700. the war at the National Indoor

The catch IS that you actually I II a grade of 52 or more. His Arithmetic All men who have not made ar- Diving Meet held at Bainbridge,
have to know something. In fact, I tests must be 45 or over. A rangements for the Passover Md., April 5 and 6.
that isn't a catch at all, but the 1 Mechanical knowledge of 55. should contact Mr. Schulman at Miller Anderson, Sophomore
: of 12. (Plane the USO, 311 W. Duval St., or
way it all works. If you had to Plane Matching I II Ohio State, took top honors in
I is to see if phone Jax 3-1384 There are homesin
leave high school before getting Matching just you
both high and low boards, with
;your diploma and since then you know where a tall, wing, fuselage, Jacksonville available for all Bruce close behind him. Andersonwas
and fit on a and the men are urged
have acquired knowledge approxi- landing gear cockpit personnel the 1942 champion diver when
mately equivalent to that of a high I Plane)I. Mechanical aptitude of at I i I to attend the service. he was a freshman at Ohio and
chool graduate, then you are all least 55.: Good vision or correct- --I Ix II
I since then has been an Army Air
net Just! prove it, then sit back
Corps pilot completing 112 fighter
and wait for your high school
missions over Europe.
principal to send the diploma
Anderson completes hiesweep of
sa.tI
The basis of the whole s<
r arrangement -
wins with this latest victory and
is a test which allows to
you
r \ now holds the National AAU. Na-
: show how much know about
you I
tional Collegiate at Yale and
the world in general. The questionson
I' Western Conference titles
the test are not specific! but
: rather general and depend on ;your I v, ft s a s Ydv'k wr Harlan received the highest scoreon
background for your answer. It an individual dive which was
does not, for example, require you I the most difficult of the meet the
to remember that King Uudea of half-gainer, half twisting, forwardone

.\ Lagash on the morning of September INTRAMURALS SHY and a half He also led the
', 14, 2013 BC. has his eighty- w qualifiers in the low board trials to
ninth wife beheaded for reasons 3 ted determine the six finalists for the
I not pertinent to this discussion SOFTBALL ENTRIESAS championship meet. Bruce is recognized -

u The test will require a generals as one of the outstanding
knowledge of history, English, sci OPENING NEARS divers of the nation and is expected -
f'ncehterature and mathematics.Each to take all honors in the next

of the five parts of the test With the opening of the softball meet
requires approximately two hours season just around the corner !' Third at the meet was Struthers -

and may be taken on separate days. only five teams have signed Martin, Lake Shore Athletic
Upon proper demonstration of to compete in the Intramural Club Chicago, 4th, Gil Evans, U.
your ability then, your principal League. Although there will undoubtedly I of Michigan, 5th, Alex Canja, U.
I has the option of granting you a be a host of late entries, of Michigan and 6th, Jack Tolar,
J diploma. The decision, however, Is Lt. Kelley of the Physical Train- Ohio State,. The 19 contestants!
4 totally up to :your former principal \- ing Department, threatens to enter I represents colleges clubs and
all the teams in a single league I army-naval activities from allover
jl'ar'' in the event that enough teams i the United States.
s. If you finished all but one I
cannot be mustered for three
""" i .
school and since then have
of
high 20/20. Calmness - -- i ---yPhysical----- -- -- -
to
J by glasses leagues.
f been: reading good books, have with AMM High school not neces- tion.
" done well in Navy schools, and under stress, and a capacity school edu-for sary, but desirable, and any shop I Originally it was planned to operate ,
careful work. A high three Training and Disbursing
have been generally wide awake mechanical experience. The leagues One for Officers I
> or
cation is desirable, but not essen- School's have combined to form
a
" I and Ship's Com
then chances of making a school prefers that a man is will-
;jour
should have a liking for strong entry in the
tial. You Ship's Com-
satisfactory showing on the test ing to volunteer for CAC (combat pany. To this date only three ,
mechanical machinery, and not pany circuit. Group Control of
teams are entered in the Ship's'
:If and if the need arises.
are good. your background air crewman), I
little and Separation Center has
mind a grease submittedan
getting Company League and two teams
1 preparation is less than that, then I The curriculum offers trainingIn I
oil on your hands. If you wish to in the School league. entry in the same loop as has
will need luck. math blue reading elec-
some print ;
;you ; ;
volunteer for flight duty as a plane The schedule has not been drawnup AOM (B) Instructors
See Educational Services hand tools small
your tricity; ; arms;
. Officer for advice about your own crewman, you have to be physically aircraft guns; turrets; gun and jet but as soon as the loopsare The only two entries in theSchool
individual case. qualified according to the preset torpedo cameras; aircraft target organized the schedules will League are AOMA)
;) Combat Air Crewman require- and towing equipment: systems! of be out. If enough teams can be School and AOMB) School. No
. ments. bombs entered in the next week, play will teams have showed intentions of
: releasing and launching ;
CorrectionSmall I The curriculum covers: blue ammunitions and explosives; air- start immediately. Games will be I 'entering the Officers' League yet

: print reading; free-hand sketch craft bombs; rockets; mines; tor- I played each night of the week, sothere I, i but it is hoped that a number will
ing; basic ordnance; hand tools; should be no shortage of ac- sign soon.
,: : Colleges pedoes; and aircraft pyrotechnics.All -- -
fabric repair; removal and installation this training makes him capable

I of instruments; operation, of caring for all the armamentof I Candidates Seek
Ideal Place For Sixty-Five
I removal installation and adjustment airplanes cleaning and check-
of "hydraulic units; brakes
I ing on the proper functioning of
Ex-GI To Attend and upkeep; controls; structural all guns, bombs, rockets, etc. Positions On Raider SquadMeet
equipment; emergency equipment; Some of the advantages of this
1 Two weeks ago, in attempting to engines; squadrons; squadron operations rate are: easy duty during peacetime I
If impress the fact that small colleges ; proper method of clean- allows of time to
plenty U. of Florida Next Thursday In Opener
r:' are the ideal place for ext ing parts, testing engines!; hold- study on ;jour own, work in small
Gls to attend, a typographical er- ing 30, 60 and 90 checks.
chances for flight skins
groups, night's first baseball practice
Monday saw of
lor stated that it was "impossible" Some of the advantages are: I The lower rates of I a group
to gain the broad backgroundand learn a job very easily adapted all are branches very good. are open for advancement approximately 65 youngsters turn out in hopes of landinga

t understanding which is necessary to civilian life, very interestingwork I berth on the Air Raiders baseball squad.On .
to lead a successful life. sea and shore based squadrons I the average the candidateswere -
The prefix "im" changed the carriers, and advance base I undoubtedly the youngest and Buckley will be wearing civvies
complete meaning of the sentence operational- billets available. group that has ever turned out for I within the next month which

,, and in answer to numerous quest Aviation Ordnance Mate 'I It's A Joke any athletic team at NATTC. adds to the headaches of Manager
tions in the Jax Air News Office (Jualifliatlons Among the 65 players were Bob'' Merle Makeever.
and the Office of Educational Here's a rating that will keep Chisel and Jim Buckley, the only I Makeever will have but one weekin
f' Services we want to retaliate andimpress you at lovely southern Jacksonvillefor I two players left from the 1915!) I which to whip his squad into
": upon future students the 16 weeks more. AOM, This Raider team. However, both Chisel shape as the first game of the sea
t:'' ideal situations which are met in I Ii" Class A School requires a man 11jaleHe i son is scheduled for next Thurs

small colleges. have a GCT of 52, Mechanical aptitude ... Protestant Clioir day. The young NATTC nine will
Small schools not only give the of 50; Mechanical knowledge journey to Gainesville to meet the

broad background and understand. of 50j; and Plane :Matching : "Aren't the stars numerous Seeks New MembersA I University of Florida, which will
ing which is necessary for a successful skill of 12. Corrected vision to 20/ tonight" I have at least a half dozen games
I life, but the ex-GI will receive !I 20, which helps those who have to She: "Yeah and ain't there a I call for men with singing ability under their belts by that time. The
individual attention, some : wear glasses. Calmness under lot of t them too?" to join the Protestant Choir first home game of the new season -
I
.1. thing he has missed during his mil- strain and capacity for careful I' __ I was issued this week by the Chap- will be played on Thursday, 25
itary career. :: work is desired, as is also the case "You've no doubt heard about I lain's Department. April, when the Air Raiders play
-- the Scotchman who was nearly Replacements are needed at this the U. of Florida in a itturn

1- THEY MAINTAIN NATTCn pummeled to death because! he I time it was pointed out becauseof match.

__ ____ uuu__ __ __ thought the sign on the door said, the accelerated demobilization I Competing in the fast Naval
"Laddies." I Aviation Unit Conference the local -
program. _
--- Rehearsals are held on club will run up against some
| A girl is like the ocean She may days and Fridays from 1 of the best service teams in the
I look green: but she tan get awfully I 1815 only and do not nurs-I country A two game series will be
rough. those played wjth each of the other nine
I II with liberty on nights I
__ __ ___ teams in the new circuit.
I Peg: "They tell me you had a I I saw you out with last night?" I I Manager Makeever announcedthe
late last night with that bad egg" 2nd Sailor: "That was no girl. following schedule early this
Meg: 'Mut be some other guy. That was my brother. He just week and hopes to add more
This guy was too fresh.! walks that games during June and July,
: way. Thnr 18 April IT. of Florida, th....
Rose: "I'm making n new dress Thuri 21! April U. ft Horldn. hrre
but Kit: Gee, but that boy last night Sri 26 April Welch Hospital There.Wtl .
heart Isn't; in it.
my 7 May ,'h HOIIr>ltal. her.'Sri .
:Mary Jane: "Rather low isn't was fresh. 10,Mays Hutch:ion NAS. Uwrr.Hutch'imn .
> n It."', Gert: Why didn't you slap his ?t, 11 May NAH, th: A.
face ? T".... 14 M., Orlando AAB there -
r I .rrl. IT Mny PWoU NATH tore
A Pullman conductor was askedto Kit: I did, and take my advice .jil\t. 18 May P'Mcol NATB h..r..
explain why a red lantern was never slap a guy when he's chew- :rrl. 24 May ('or. fh. NAS hereSnt.
NAIL .
: twra.DiUnilo
21 May for. Chr.
hanging on lower six. Ing tobacco. T"... 2R May AAB, hereFri.
"Look at rule 23," he answered I 31 May M xwrll lid, her

I IX everything with: hammers, pliers:;; ;and brushes! "It says you should always hang Moe: "Is the station dentist a .Frl.':.. 7 8 Jtmr JuneS Bun.Bun. Hl Riv.,. N NAS.AS. t"'re.thf'.t. .*.
Here is the Maintenance Crew from Building 521 who keep NATTC up a red lantern when the rear of careful worker?" ) U June Wd. NATTC thor
going: Kneeling left to right C. R. Anderson V. Winkles, M. B. Wal- a sleeper is exposed." Joe: "Sure, he filled my teeth *S t. 15 Junrrl. Wd. 1*. NATTC. : there

ford, J. J. Knorr Jr., L. Grove. R. T. Graham, and H. Clampett, with great pains." ./':... .21 22 June June Miami Miami NAS.NAR..t. her here
Second row, R. N. Greiner, E. W. Harris p J. Lewis Z. F. Steed Gob: "Going my way baby?" I .r>l. 2(1( June 1't. uwNAB.Mr..
'j L. F. Haar G. A. McKenney, T. R. Lewis, and B. M. Girl: "Sir, the public street is Some of the Women Reserves .Hut. 'it. June }"t. Lno., NAS.. llMTJMI O .rMixwrlt .
Fid
Chief Carpenter's Mate. Third row P. H. Verling, R. K. Walters, Jr., no place to accost a girl who lives have been wearing the same hat *SKt.. 12'Jnlrrri. July NA8. h.rJ.X .
L. Irwin C. W Regan E. F. CloseDE Havrilla J. C. Moreland at 636 5th Ave." for a year and a half, which just Sat. II July NAB ,,here
II. A. Pecard; and back row, D. C. Fiesback, J. M. Clark, F. C. goes to show ,what a little disc'p-! ''Fr Sat).. 10 28 July JulyLyinw Ottunira Otlumwci)NPTS;PT9,. ,the flare rTiira .
Holdt R. E. Dejewski. and V. B. Beta I' lit Sailor; "Who was that girl line will do for womanhood. ..a11 --.


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}! Boxing HoldsSpotlight TENNIS '

r ___ Baseball Team Wins





; At MainsideGulf CHAMP'S Twice; Ties OnceShows



Coast Kings Big Improvement With

Meet NAS Champs; I Victory Over MacDill

Marek To Fight

I The Flier baseball team got off to a flying start in its .

Mainside boxing tans are in fora S opening games this week, grabbing two wins and a tie in
treat '.
night big, as the winners tomorrow of (the Friday Gulf) their three scraps with Florida U., the 16th Fleet nine, and

States Golden Gloves Tournamentwill 55i I MacDill Field.

appear in the Mainside Audi- Against MacDill Field last Monday, NAS showed vast

torium to slug it out with the local i **:, improvement over the first two scraps, and blasted out 13
pugilists. The bell will
opening hits in stopping the soldiers, 10-4.
be at 2000. This is the first time c fielder appears to be the heaviest
-u Three homers were recorded in the
in weeks that fight hungry NAS A ; slugfest, two of 'em coming with hitter. He poled a 400 ft. homer
sailors have had a chance to see = in the MacDill tilt, and in the twi
4 men on bases. Little Charles Pelle
the crack local squad in action, pto anda
grini got the first round-trip blow, previous games he got a triple II
And a capacity crowd is expected.
double. Randolph Elvlngton
when he knocked one out in left
The Gulf States Golden Gloves center in his first trip to the platter NAS reserve first baseman, got

Tourney was held at Pensacola t. t :ba a Pellegrini, shortest man on the last circuit clout in Monday'sball
last month, but since then the the squad at 5'4", packs an amaz-, game, his right field drive .
winners of the fights have contin- ing wallop for a man of his size coming with two men on the bases
ued to train as a team, and they and has been hitting well in I J. Meier and II. Tinsley were th
+ : f 455S very
should be a tough barrier for the 1 as each game. NAS hurlers, and they limited the

Flier aggregation. Although they : Chuck Shields, the Flier right-. soldier nine to six hits. Meier
didn't gain the success that was pitched for six innings and was +I
enjoyed by the Jacksonville fighters credited with the win.
'S
in the Golden Gloves finals at I Both IATU Teams Down 16th Fleet' "

New York, the Gulf States teamis 4 x", A $ Lt. Lloyd Lux's club downed the

rated a strong chance to upset ; Draw Closer To 16th Fleet 6 to 5 last Saturday on

the dope bucket.Lt. % ?i3a; Mason Field, after trailing 5-3 ,

Anthony J. Rubino, coach of N ;cam ; 4 Volleyball Titles midway through the seventh
the NAS Jax team, announced the I frame. Johnny Johnson and Jack eI
loss of such star Ed- Seidwitz good ball for the .
punchers as 1 The volleyball season came to a I pitched
die Chyz, Brown Remington, and close at NAS yesterday, when the : Fliers, holding the tough Green
Knox Brandon, all three transferred finalists in both the Admiral's Tro- I Cove Springs squad to eight hits
to other stations. This puts phy and Commandant's Trophy but the NAS Infield committed five

quite a dent in Mr. Rubino's squad, league met to decide who would be I errors at bad moments to enable
and he said that a "complete card crowned champions for 1916. I Green Cove to get their early lead.

has not been completed yet, but -- .' '' Bob Forbes, NAS first baseman
: The IATU teams of both leaguesseem
we'll have a fine list of fights by I'JCTUUED.AUO'E is Billy Smith, NAS racketeer who tri got two for three in the Saturday
with the
ring time." umphed in the Riverside Tennis tournament held at the Riverside destined to walk off : fracas, both solid Texas Leaguers.

For most of the fans it will be Tennis courts last Sunday. Smith was ranked sixth among the titles, as the IATU Officers have Other NAS ball players showingup
country's Junior players in 1911 and is the current number eight wins and no losses with two I
the first chance to see National ; one well last week were Jack Fee-
man on the NAS tennis squad.Rejuvenated. games to go, and the IATU enlisted -
Golden Gloves heavyweight I han, shortstop John McCullough,
have four wins and two losses
champ, Gabby Marek, in action. I with four tiffs remaining. IATU handler of the keystone spot, and
The Marine hasn't Clark left fielder.
190-pound Jack ,
Tennis Team Officers are virtually a cinch to
fought here since he won his title at
win their league and the dope- The Florida game was called
in New York. If past performancesof the sixth frame becauseof
the end of
sters are picking the IATU enlisted -
NAS boxing bouts hold true, Scores Great Win In JaxBill to cop their league also although darkness with the score even-
local fight enthusiasts may glimpse the ADU squad with four up at 3-3. However, the Fliers met
some new talent in Mr. Rubino's the Gators yesterday at Gainesvilleand
wins and three losses could easily I
rejuvenated outfit, possibly an- Smith, Sic, playing brilliant tennis, walked away with top capture the Commandant's cup. were hoping to erase that tie
other Chyz or Marek! honors in the Jacksonville One-Set tennis tournament at the Riverside with a win.l"ollowing.
The in the two
Tennis Club last Sunday, dropping only two games in four matches. standings Is the second half of

Smith, No. 1 man on the Flier team, holds the Eastern Interscholastic leagues: the '46 Flier schedule:

INTER-STATION Singles and National Interscholastic Doubles titles, was ranked sixth Admiral's Trophy 17 June-Mon.-Foit Benning,
among the country's juniors in 1911, and has been a member of the Team W L Pct.
United States Junior Davis 1------------1 IATU 8 0 1.000 Away.
BOWLING PLAY Cup 18 June Tues.-Cherry Point.
team for the past two years. recent call for new players has AOS No 1 1 1 .875 -
it to with the teamof vsn Staff 5 3 .625 Home.
The six members of the NAS brought up par Wed. Point.
June -Cherry
19 -
TO BE RESUMEDBowling team who entered the tournament last fall which piled up a rec- ADU 2 5 .2861 I IvsnStO -

made the final rounds practicallyan ord string of ten consecutive vic- AOS No.2 2 1 .222 I Home..21 June-Fri.-NAS Hutchm-
competition returnsto intra-team get-together, five tories," said Jay Burns, team cap 1 9 .100

NAS 16 April. A challengesent of the team players reachedthe tain, "and the new squad is very 'ommandant' League I I. son.*22 Away.June-Sat.-NAS Hutchm-:
out to NAS Lake City has quarter-finals, three worked eager to test its new strength Team W L Pet.
been accepted and a home and their way to the semi-finals and against such formidable opponentsas IATU 4.. 2 .666'' son.25 Away.June-Tues.-Pending.-

home series arranged. The firs the final match was waged be- ; Pensacola, Miami, Georgia Tech, ADU 4. 3 '582 26 June-Wed.-Pending.

game will be played on the Main- tweeen Smith and his NAS team- and Camp LeJeune as soon as the I O&G 3 4. .429 *28 June-Fri.-NATB Pens
side alleys on that date. The mate, LeonardVarren.. matches can be arranged" VSB 2 4. .333 Home. .
cola.
second game with Lake City will Besides Smith, this station was --- -- .29 June-Sat.-NATB Pensa

be played on Wednesday, 18 represented by two other veterans, cola. Home.

April, and it is expected that Alex Stanek and Jay Burns, 1" "': --:''': :.. 2 July-Tues. Parris Island.
games with other stations will AEMT2c, and by three newcomers, : : : I Home.

follow in quick succession. Ens. Ellsworth Donnell and Leon- .,-! r1 e .- ,.,....' .:z!"."," 4 July-Thurs.Maxwell Field.\
There are still plenty of open- ard Warren both of Southern ,;- ; : Home.

ings on the Bowling team for California, and Lt. William Pou A 6 July- Sat. -Camp LeJeune.
prospective bowlers, and Lt. former Texas University star. 1 RUN;' Away.
,
Ray Bray, coach of the squad Big Upset I I : c : 7 July-Sun.-Camp LeJeune.

urges all who are interested to Ens. Donnell scored the big! up- : : Z i Away.
tryout as soon as possible. One set of the day, when he defeated :J".1- 9 July-Tues.-Welch Hospital.
alley will be reserved each day A. Ziebe, seeded number one, 6-2, .. ,. j'.il. :. ..:Jt:' '"" .1f. Away.

at the Mainside emporium for in the quarter-final match. Don- ;;--:,.," ',, _._. ." ..... ,. .12 July Fri.NATTC-lax.
the exclusive use of the station nell's ..t'. ," Away.
driving placements r
upseZlebe'a "
team between 1300 and / \\.I".. {t".r y-j;
1400. style of -play early in the m- I -13 July-Sat NATTC-Jax.
match, and his sound net game Away
provided the "coup d'etat." Billy Conn, now in training at Greenwood Lake, New 15 July-Mon.-Pending.

WAVES Ball Warren reached the finals aft- Jersey, for his fight colossus with Joe Louis, expressed a vio- 17 July-Wed.-Pending.

er downing teammate Jay Burn lent dislike for his "country camp" "Why don't they let -19 July-Frl.-NAS Banana

Teams Get'46Season in a tough quarter final match, train in the city?" he bawled-Maybe Billy will changehis River.. Away.
I 6-4, and then went on to narrowly me 20 July-Sat.-NAS Banana .()
Louis June 19_
clip John Ross, the young Jack- mind after his get-together with come River. Away.

sonville star, 8-6. Ross had reached they say it's much nicer to hear the birdies sing in the coun- 24 July-Wed.-Cherry Point.

GoingWAVE the semis by tripping! Lt. Pou try than in a 9x9 boxing ring I Away.
25
in the quarter-finals, 6-1. In the July-Thur.-Cherry Point.
sports hit the NAS At one time or another every
spot- If he would return to Away.
$5000 more
finals, however Warren met his
light Tuesday, when WAVE Lt city in the country has had a
master in the clever stroking their "Beisbol" league Thingsare 26 July-FrI.-Welch Hospital.
combination in the field of
brother
(jg) Verla Hill announced that the serious down Home.
Smith. Continuing the very hard to about, but it'll be getting pretty
softball league Is getting under sports brag
27
driving backcourt game which had time before Philadelphia's"Toczylowski" there now, especially since Mickey July-Sat.-Parris Island.
way.Competition proved so effective against all his some Owen was filched from the Dod- Away.
brothers can be
will be between You know, mates, the 30 July-Tues.-Pending.
earlier Smith gers
opponents, repeatedly -
barracks this year, Instead of the smashed Warren's net rushing topped; Last week six of the American League was branded as 2 August-Frl.-NAS Banana
conventional competition ot boys played a championship basketball :
River. Home.
tactics with his bullet-like passing an "outlaw" group by the National -
the past seasons. The change was shots, and Warren began having game with the Neighborhood League in 1899-but look at it 3 August-Sat.-NAS Banana
Club of Philly, and
brought about by shifting of per- trouble with his volley which hadjroved Boys now! Could be that in 20 years Mr. River. Home.
sonnel, but interest in the new its worth against Ross. were barely nosed out in a 59-51 Jorges Pasquel will be hailed as 5 August-Mon.-NAAS Ocea-
league Is at a maximum, and six thriller The Toczylowskl (don'task Va.
Smith won the set and tournamentwith the Connie Mack of Mexico na Away. "I
teams have already entered. The us how to pronounce it!) family 6 August-Tues.-NAAS Ocea- 1
a 6-1 triumph. Ah, well there's always a chance
team In from 27 to
six squads include the NATTCenter -' range age na.Va.
"The excellent response to teams' that the Mexicans will go back to Away.
WAVES the Hospital entry, 9
Fri. NATB
August- Corpus
15.When their old of battln' bulls
the WAVE'Officers team, and Vern Stephens elected to'eturn pastime Christi. Home.
around-instead of battin' base-
from WAVES barracks to the St. Louis Browns
groups SOFTBALL LEAGUE balls 10 August-Sat, NATB Corpus
713, 720, and 722. last week after signing with the Christ. Home.
Actual play will start 22 and Mexican "robbers the senors England came up with the an- 13 August-Tues.-NATTC Jax.
i 23 April, and the games will take STARTS AT HAS; Pasquel acted like they'd tasted nouncement that Wimbledon, homeof Home.
n
glace on the WAVES area at 1800.. one of their own enchiladas, and International tennis, will be 15 August-Thur.-Pending. .
In the meantime practice games 8 TEAMS ENTERSoftball threatened to sue the Americano open for business again in '46 17 August-Sat.-Pending. -

will be held on Monday and Tues- they claim that Stephens took The Britishers can't spare vital 19 August Mon. Maxwell
day, 15 and 16 April, at the same, gets under way here at 25,000 of their precious dollars and materials to fix 1200 blitzed Field. Away.
time-same place. NAS 17 April, and with the present high-tailed it back from whence ; bleacher seats, though, so a rail 21 August-Wed.-Pending.
'There is still plenty of room pre-season interest being he'd come and yet the caballeros ing will be put around the dam- 21 August-Sat. NATTC Jax.
for more teams," said Lt. Hill, shown, there should be a fast from south of the border offered aged section there's a seating Home.
"and all girls interested in enterIng league for both officers and enlisted "their good friend Stephens"phy capacity of 10,000, which makesall

a team can do so by signingup personnel.A comparatively well the N.Y.U. ace, is considered better -
in your barracks." round robin tournament. will League has four teams signed The fastest intercollegiate mile than Sink in the long race, but
again be the rule this year, with up, which is the same number already of the year was run last week by if the two should meet in the

House Detective: Hey, you, each team in the league playing entered in the Command- Roland Sink, diminutive runner for NCAA meet this year, a great J i
what's the idea of swiping those twice a week. The games will be ant', Trophy League. Any team the University of Southern California race would be in the making .
towels from this hotel! played on the Mat Area at 1200 till interested in entering the Sink toured the four Got a buck Mr. Golfer? That's

Guest: Honestly, I didn't mean and 1600, with officers playing at 'leagues, can contact Lt. McGarry laps in 4:15: just three seconds how much it'll cost you for the )
to take 'em. I Just needed something the latter time. at: the Physical Training Building, better than Lea MacMitchell's best new pre-war golf balls they're putting )

to wrap the silverware in. At present the Admiral's Tro- 726, or by telephoning Ext. 593. effort this year MacMitchell, out soon _


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Boxing HoldsSpotlight I TENNIS; CHAMPriCTUKED
Bosebull Team Wins


.


At MainsideGulf Twice; Ties Once :



Coast Kings Shows Big Improvement With

Meet NAS Champs; Victory Over MacDill

Marek To Fight
i The Flier baseball team got off to a flying start in its

Mainside boxing fans are in for opening games this week, grabbing two wins and a tie in r;.

a big treat tomorrow (Friday) I their three scraps with Florida U., the 16th Fleet nine, andU''
night, as the winners of the Gulf
States Golden Gloves Tournament ta MacDill Field.

will appear in the Mainside Audi, k i Against MacDill Field last Monday, NAS showed vast

torium to slug it out with the local it i I improvement over the first two scraps, and blasted out 13

pugilists. The opening bell will hits in stopping the soldiers, 10-4.
be at 2000. This is the first time Three homers were recorded in the fielder appears to be the heaviest'
in weeks that fight hungry NAS t a slugfest, two of 'em coming with hitter. He poled a 400 ft. homes
;, sailors have had a chance to seethe men on bases. Little Charles Pelle- in the MacDill tilt, and in the tw
I crack local squad in action, A grini got the first round-trip blow, previous games he got a triple anda
And a capacity crowd is expected.The when he knocked one out in left double. Randolph Elvington.
Gulf States Golden Gloves e center in his first trip to the plat- NAS reserve first baseman, got'

Tourney was held at Pensacola ter, Pellegrini, shortest man on the last circuit clout in Monday'iball
I" last month but since then the b the squad at 5'4", packs an amaz- game, his right field drive "
winners of the fights have continued ing wallop for a man of his size, coming with two men on the basesJ.
to train as a team, and they and has been hitting very well in :Meier and II. Tinsley were the
: should be a tough barrier for the m a ps, e each game. NAS hurlers, and they limited the
I Flier aggregation. Although they \S Chuck Shields, the Flier right- soldier nine to six hits. Meier
didn't gain the success that was -- pitched for six innings and was
enjoyed by the Jacksonville fighters credited with the win.

in the Golden Gloves finals at 4: Both IATU Teams lo\\n 16th Fleet
New York, the Gulf States team Lt Lloyd Lux's club downed the
t is rated a strong chance to upset Draw Closer To 16th'Fleet 6 to 5 last Saturday on

j,, the dope bucket Mason Field, after trailing 5-3

Lt. Anthony J. Rubino, coach of Volleyball TitlesThe midway through the seventh g*.
the NAS Jax team, announced the frame. Johnny Johnson and Jack m m
I loss of such star punchers as Ed- volleyball season came to a Seidwitz pitched good ball for the >*

die Chyz, Brown Remington, and close at NAS yesterday, when the., Fliers, holding the tough Green
\ Knox Brandon, all three transferred finalists in both the Admiral's Trophy Cove Springs squad to eight hits,
to other stations. This puts and Commandant's Trophy but the NAS Infield committed five

quite a dent in Mr. Rubino's squad, league met to decide who would be errors at bad moments to enable

and he said that a "complete card crowned champions for 1916. Green Cove to get their early lead
has not been completed yet, but ac. er' ,_" y.1 <1\"" '''>.>'; '''",,, ,,,<_-'' V. '>\',,;,,) i I Bob Forbes, NAS first baseman,
The IATU teams of both leaguesseem
AIH\K Billy Smith, NAS racketeer who tri I for three in the Saturday
we'll have a fine list of fights by got two
destined to walk off with the
k ring time." umphed in the Riverside Tennis tournament held at the Riverside II! fracas, both solid Texas Leaguers.
titles the IATU Officers have
aa
For most of the fans it will be Tennis courts last Sunday. Smith was ranked sixth among the Other NAS ball players showing j
and losses with two
Junior in 1911 and is the current number eight wins no
the first chance to see National country's players one I up well last week were Jack Fee-
and IATU enlisted
to the
Golden Gloved! heavyweight man on the NAS tennis squad.Reiuvenated. games have four go, wins and two losses- han, shortstop, John McCullough,

champ, Gabby Marek, in action. with four tiffs remaining. IATU handler of the keystone spot, and
The 190-pound Marine hasn't Jack Clark, left fielder.
Tennis Team Officers are virtually a cinch to
fought here since he won his title win their league, and the dope- The Florida game was called at
in New York. If past performances the end of the sixth frame becauseof
sters are picking the IATU enlist
; of NAS boxing bouts hold true, Scores Great Win In JaxBill ed to cop their league also, although darkness with the score even-
I local fight enthusiasts may- glimpse the ADU squad, with up at 3-3. However, the Fliers met
some new talent in Mr. Rubino's wins and three losses could four I the Gators yesterday at Gainesvilleand
rejuvenated outfit, possibly another Smith, Sic playing brilliant tennis, walked away with top capture the Commandant's were hoping to erase that tie
Chyz or Marek! honors in the Jacksonville One-Set tennis tournament at the Riverside with a win.Following.
The in the twoleagues
I 1. 0e Tennis Club last Sunday, dropping only two games in four matches. :standings is the second half of

Smith, No. 1 man on the Flier team, holds the Eastern Interscholastic the '46 Flier schedule:
t' INTERSTATIONBOWLING Singles and National Interscholastic Doubles titles, was ranked sixth Admiral's Trophy 17 June-Mon.-Fort Benning,
among the country's juniors in 1914, and has been a member of the I Team W L, Pet. Away.
PLAY United States Junior Davis Cup I ----I, IATU 8 0 1.000 June-Tues.-Cherry Point.
f' team for the past two years. recent call for new players has AOS No. 1 7 1 .875 18

The six members of the NA brought it up to par with the team VSB Staff 5 3 .625 Home.19-June-Wed,-Cherry Point.
TO BE RESUMED team who entered the tournament of last fall which piled up a rec- ADU 2 5 .236 Home.
ord string of ten consecutive vic- AOS No. 2 2 7 .222
made the final rounds practicallyan '21 June-Fri.-NAS Hutchin-
Bowling competition returnsto intra-team get-together, for tories," said Jay Burns, team captain VSBStO 1 9 .100 ,
NAS 16 April. A challengesent "and the new squad is very Commandant's League I son. Away.
five of the team players reachedthe I '22 June-Sat.-NAS Hutchin-
out to NAS Lake City has quarter-finals, three worked eager to test its new strength Team W L Pet I .
been accepted and a home and their way to the semi-finals, and against such formidable opponentsas IATU 4 2 .666' son.25 Away.June-Tues.-Pending.

home series arranged. The first the final match was waged be- Pensacola, Miami, Georgia Tech, ADU 4 3 '582 Wed. .
26 June- -Pending
game will be played on the Main- tweeen Smith and his NAS team- and Camp LeJeune as soon as the :, O & G 3'4 .429 '28 June-Fri.-NATB Pensa-
side alleys on that date. The matches be arranged." VSB 2 4 .333 I .
mate Leonard Warren. can
____ ______ I cola. Home.
second with Lake will ----------
------ ----
I game City Besides Smith, this station was '29 June-Sat.-NATB Pensa-

be April played, and it on is Wednesday expected that, 18 represented by two other veterans, '........,., ,..-. ,.... ..... ....... .. cola. Home.
Alex Stanek and Jay Burns, !_ "" _1iU"';''.''.' 2 July-Tues. Parris Island.
with other stations will _, I Ioo
games AEMT2c and three newcomers,
by T>d2C Home. .
follow in quick succession. Ens. Ellsworth Donnell and Leon- I! :!' -__ :-- ".." :. J!!' 4 July-Thurs.-Maxwell Field.
There are still plenty of open ard Warren, both of Southern -'- .....-: Home.

ings on the Bowling team for California, and Lt. William I'ou.j 6 July- Sat. Camp LeJeune. I,
R
prospective bowlers, and Lt. former Texas University star. c, ;: .. Away. *

Ray Bray, coach of the squad Big Upset i I 7 July-Sun.-Camp Lejeune
urges all who are interested to Ens. Donnell scored the big up- I 1 _, Away.
A'J'
try out as soon as possible. One set of the day, when he defeated .. ::11 9 July-Tues.-Welch Hospital.
alley will be reserved each day A. Ziebe, seeded number one, 6-2, .. & ? I Away.
at the Mainside emporium, for .
Fri NATTC-Jax.
in the quarter-final match. Don- .; / --- .. 12 July o.I
the exclusive use of the station nell's ... I Away.
driving placements upset
;; ,
'
team between 1300 and 1400. _. : = "' ,., ;II '
a Ziebe's style of .play early in the m---- 13 July- Sat. NATTC-Jax.
If match, and his sound net game Away.
f provided the "coup d'etat." Billy Conn, now in training at Greenwood Lake, New 15 July-Mon.-Pending,

WAVES Ball Warren reached the finals aft- Jersey, for his fight colossus with Joe Louis, expressed a violent 17 July-Wed.-Pending.
'19 Banana
er downing teammate Jay Burns dislike for his "country camp" "Why don't they let River. July-Fri.-NAS 1.:'
in a tough quarter final match, : ?" he bawled-Maybe Billy will changehis Away. :
TeamsGet'46 me train in the city '20 July-Sat.-NAS Banana if)
6-4, and then went on to narrowlyclip
with Louis June 19_
mind after his get-together come River. Away. !
John Ross, the young Jacksonville -
Season star, 8-6. Ross had reached they say it's much nicer to hear the birdies sing in the country 24 July-Wed.-Cherry Point.

GoingWAVE the semis by tripping Lt. Pou : than in a 9x9 boxing ring! Away.25 July-Thur.-Cherry Point.
In the 6-4, In the ,
quarter-finals,
At time or another every
one
sports hit the NAS
spotlight If he would return to Away.
$5000 more
finals however Warren met his '
'I... Tuesday, when WAVE Lt. master, in the, clever stroking city In the country has had a' their "Beisbol" league Thingsare 26 July-FrI.-Welch Hospital.
,(Jg) Verla Hill announced that the brother combination in the field of getting pretty serious down Home.

Softball league is getting under Smith.driving Continuing backcourt game the very which hard-had sports to brag about, but it'll be i there now, especially since Mickey 27 July-Sat.-Parrls Island.
time before Philadelphia's"Toczylowski"
some
proved so effective against all his Owen was filched from the Dod- Away.
way.Competition
brothers be
will be between can ; You know, mates, the 30 July-Tues.-Pt'nding.
earlier Smith gers
barracks this year, instead of the opponents, repeatedly topped Last week six of the] American League was branded as 2 August-Fri.-NAS Banana
smashed Warren's net rushing
conventional unit competition of boys played a championship basketball River Home
"outlaw" by the National -
tactics with his bullet-like passing an group .
the past seasons. The change was shots, and Warren began having game with the Neighborhood League In 1899-but look at It. 3 August-Sat.-NAS Banana
brought about by shifting of per- trouble with his volley which had Boys Club of Philly, and now! Could be that In 20 years Mr. River. Home.
sonnel, but interest in the new proved its worth against Ross. were barely nosed out in a 59-5 Jorges Pasquel will be hailed as I 5 August-Mon.-NAAS Ocea-
is at a maximum, and six thriller. The Toczylowskl (don'task Va.
league Smith won the set and tournamentwith the Connie Mack of Mexico na. Away.
teams nave already entered. The us how to pronounce it!) family 6 August-Tues,-NAAS Ocea-
a 6-1 triumph. Ah well there's chance
always a
team in from 27 to
six squads Include the NATTCenter range age na.Va.
"The excellent response to teams'I j that the Mexicans will go back to Away.
WAVES the Hospital entry. 9
15.When their old pastime of battin' bulls August-Fri.-NATB Corpus
the WAVE Officers team, and< I Vern Stephens elected to' Christi. Home.
around-instead of battin' base-
from WAVES barracks FTBALL.'LEAG return to the St Louis Browns
groups SO U E balls 10 AUA'Ust-Sat, NATB Corpus
713, 720. and 722. last week after signing with the Christi. Home.
Actual play will start 22 and Mexican "robbers," the senors England came up with the an- 13 August-Tues.-NATTC Sax
23 April, and the games will take STARTS AT WAS; Pasquel acted like they'd tasted nouncement that Wimbledon, homeof Home.
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glace on the WAVES at 1800.. of their enchiladas and international tennis, will be J;
( area one own 15 August-Thur.-Pending. ,)
In the meantime practice games. 8 TEAMS ENTERSoftball threatened to sue the Americano open for business again in '46 17 August-Sat.-Pending. U

will be held on Monday and Tues I they claim that Stephens took The Britishers can't spare vital 19 August Mon. Maxwell
day, 15 and 16 April, at the same I gets under way here at 25,000 of their precious dollars and materials to fix 1200 blitzed Field. Away.
time-same place. NAS 17 April, and with the present high-tailed it back from whence bleacher seats, though, so a rail 21 August-Wed.-Pending.
"There is still plenty of room pre-season interest being he'd come and yet the caballeros ing will be put around the dam 21 August-Sat-NATrC Jax.
for more teams" aaid Lt. Hill, shown, there should be a fast from south of the border offered aged section there's a seating Home.
"and all girls Interested in enter- league for both officers and enlisted "their good friend Stephens" capacity of 10,000, which makesall
ing a team can do so by signingup personneLA ------- comparatively well the N.Y.U. ace, Is considered better -
in your barracks." round robin tournament will phy League has four teams signedup The fastest intercollegiate mile than Sink in the long race, butif
J again be the rule this year, with which is the same number already of the year was run last week by the two should meet In the
House Detective: Hey, you, each team in the league playing entered in the Command- Roland Sink, diminutive runner for NCAA meet this year, a great
! what's the Idea of swiping those twice a week. The games will be ant's Trophy League. Any team the: University of Southern California race would be in the making .
towels from this hotel? played on the Mat Area at 1200 till Interested in entering the Sink toured the four Got a buck, Mr Golfer? That's
Guest: Honestly, I didn't mean and 1600, with officers playing at leagues, can contact Lt. McGarry laps In 4:15: : Just three seconds how much it'll cost you for the
to take 'em. I Just needed something the latter time. at: the Physical Training Building, better than Lea MacMitchell's best new pre-war golf balls they're putting

, to wrap the silverware in. At present the Admiral' Tro-(I 126. or by telephoning Ext. 893. effort this year MacMitchell, out soon ,




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