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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1946
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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. ,. Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


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To Bo Heard Friday On

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special 15-minute show commemorating the discharge ,5ao .
'Ie of the 75,000th sailor from the Naval Personnel Separation J

n Center here will be aired over the Florida Mutual Network < ::1

tomorrow night following the regular "Just Call Me Mister" ,

broadcast.The lIT
program will originate from the NATTC auditoriumand '

.. start at 2045. The "Just CaMe
Mister" show is on the air from .
2000 to 2030.Captain Officers May ,

tp M M. DeWolf, commanding -
F Y officer of the SepCen, will
present the discharge certificate Now Apply For
during the special broadcast. All
station personnel are invited to attend .
both the regular and the special Air ReserveProcedure PAYS TO OBEY station traffic regulations. Not only will
shows. careful driving and observance of traffic rules result in less acci-
o dents but station will with ticket if catch
police slap you a they
Featured on the two broadcast
CAPTAIN Clarence J. Brown, OutlinedFor you violating any of the regulations. In the above photo, Thomas
will be the Sep-Senders with more
commanding officer of the Naval
L. Hargraves AMM3c of the station police writes out a ticket fora
Hospital for the past six of their special swing arrange. ParticipationIn motorist who failed to come to a full stop at a stop street before
ments, baritone Fred Katterheinrich
months, will be detached earlyin
making a right turn. (See arrow).
May and will report to the and the chorus singing "The New ProgramNaval
' Naval Hospital at St. Albans, Riff Song," harmonica virtuoso'
E N. Y., as commanding officer. I Dick Damn playing Cole Porter'. Reserve aviation officers
" Sets Size Of
He will be relieved by Captain "Night and Day," and vocalist Andy may now submit applications for Congress Navy;
"' R. M. Gillett of the Bureau of Aprea with the Three Manthey continuance on, or orders to, active .
t." .. Medicine and Surgery in Wash. Sisters. duty in connection with the
l; ington. Captain Brown succeeded A USO stage show will be presented Naval Air Reserve Program. 500,000 Men 46,000 OfficersCongress
t, Captain John J. O'Malley who following the radio programs Applications must contain a full ,
retired. resume of the officer's naval train has authorized a total enlisted strength of

, -- i ing and experience, as well as another 500,000 men in the permanent post-war Navy, it was an-
pertinent information-In nounced this week in AlNav 189.!
Telephone Service
Light Fades Out eluding awards and decorations-
; I that may be used in making final Officers will total 46,066, with 35,000 line officers, 4,200
Slash. In selections. Each from 4,315 Medical Corps 1,320 Dental Corps 700
. Offing NAS Band Gives application i iI Supply Corps, ,
I officers still on duty should be addressed Civil Engineer Corps, and 531 Chaplain Corps. No mention
4, Because of a drastic cut In the to BuPers and routed via
I was ma d e o! warren t o ffi cers, 'hut u
funds for telephone service, all Music For DanceEnoch (1)) the commanding officer or of-; the Navy has been counting on
l telephone facilities must be curtailed ficer-in-charge of the activity
New Uniform about 6,000 of them in the post-
I approximately 75 per cent Light and his orchestra where duty is desired, and (2)) the war set-up.
. by 1 July, it was announced. this won't be here tonight, but NAS Chief of Naval Air Reserve Train The Marine Corps will have
, dancers aren't to be cheated.
week. going
RegulationsAnnounced 100,000 enlisted men and 7,000 officers
.' Certain service is essential for ing.A reserve officer who has already according to the AlN"av.
the protection of life and govern- As soon as word came that recording been mustered out should With 500,000 enlisted men, the
ment property. In order that this engagements would pre also address his application to Bu Navy will have double the num-
service may be retained, a survey vent the band from coming down Pers, but should route it via ((1)) ber it had in pre-war years. As of
will be made within the next few here, Welfare went to work. the commandant of his home Na- New uniform regulations for officers 1 July 1940, there were 203,127
weeks of all telephone facilities. At But It was too late to obtain val District ((2)) the commandingofficer and enlisted personnel were men serving in the Navy. A year
that time all department heads will another top-notch outfit Rather or officer-In-charge of the later
anounced last week in Station Order as the European war raged
be asked to supply their quotas of than hire a second-rate orchestra activity where duty is desired ((3) No. 846.Officers' .
service to be disconnected, it was it was decided to have the the Chief of Naval Air Reserve and CPOs' grey or khaki .
stated. dance as scheduled, but with the .
Training.In working uniforms may be worn Manpower Box Score
Air Station Band providing the cases where officers desire with or without coats on libertyas
DAYTONA REDUCED TO music. active duty at other locations in well as on the station. Ties Enlistments in the regular
Lt. Milton Hand of Welfare the event quotas are filled for a may be omitted from these uni- Navy during the period since
CARETAKER STATUSNAS advised the Air News yester- particular activity, it Is recommended forms within the confines of the the surrender of Japan through
day that efforts were being that additional preferences station only. Ties must be worn 14 April totaled 199,323. During
Daytona Beach has been made to bring another bignameband be stated in the order of desirabil at all times with aviation greens, the same period nearly 11
added to the list of stations reduced to Jax in the near future. ity.CHILDREN'S. however, and the coat may betaken times that many personnel, or
to caretaker status. Onlya In the meantime the dance tonight off only while working or fly 2,132,741 have been returned to
minimum complement of naval promises to be a gala affair civilian life
personnel remains there to main- so come on out and enjoy ing.Enlisted men may wear either The enlistment figures include
tain possession and to guard the the swell music the Air Station SWIM
blues or whites on liberty. On the first enlistments, re-enlistments,
., property for the Navy. Band is noted for.
1 station the neckerchief may be extensions and changeoversfrom
CLASSES BEGIN omitted from whites and undress USNR and USN-I.
"
Beats Soy Beans" EPOWSays blue jumpers.
AT NAS MAY 4 WAVES, both enlisted and officers and America prepared, enlistments .
I may now wear whites rose to 358,021

of Last Navy Meal The ashore. They may also wear on Following the Jap attack on
Swimming Department liberty grey seersuckers with or Pearl Harbor, men flocked to the
that classes for chil-
announces without service dress
jackets or recruiting offices and the Navy'smanpower
"This sure beats soy beans i and maize," Daniel D. Senften of dren of the officers and men at blues. When wearing a shortsleeved shot up to 843,096 by 1
Castleford, Idaho, said last week: as he dug into his last meal of NAS will open on Saturday. white shirt with blues, the July 1942. From then on the figures -
4.Trained.
Navy chow a few minutes befoi e receiving his discharge at the May jacket is optional.This I skyrocketed. In 1943 enlisted
I Separation Center. instructors will keepa station order points out strength stood at 2,207,720. By
And that's what the shipfitt;er, second class, got for practlc- watchful eye on all classes, that moccasin type shoes are not 1944 it reached 3623.205, An all.I .
I
ally every meal during his long, 39-month imprisonment. and until the youngsters' school authorized. Short-sleeved shirts time high was recorded in the final
"Imagine having cornmeal for semester ends, all classes will for officers are unauthorized, too. year of war-4031,097.
breakfast, maize and soy beans be held on Saturdays at 1000. Except for the authorization of + .
for lunch, then for a change, soy The date will switch to Fridaysat whites for CPO's, WAVES, and
beans and maize for supper 1000 when the children start officers, few changes in uniform Pre-War Reserve
every day for over three years!l" their summer vacations. Instruc- regulations have been made by the
r b-+ ? Senften was with the submarine tions will be for all children between new order.STATION.
tender Canopus at Cor- the ages of four and 16. Officers To Get

regidor when the Japs cap Officers' children will meet at
tured the "Rock" in May, 1942. the WAVES pool, and the enlisted WILL PLAY Special RibbonA
Herded onto a Japanese troop. men's children will splashin HOST TO CUB
ship, he was taken to a prison the Mainside pool. new Reserve Special Commendation .
camp at :Mukden, :Manchuria. SCOUTS SATURDAYCub Ribbon has been authormzed -
wnere ne remained until liberated : for qualified officers ofthe
by American paratroopers in 1SNA Prep School Scouts of Pack 181, Jack- : organized Navy and Marine
August, 1915.: Normally weigh sonville, will tour the Air Sta- Corps Reserve in recognition of
ing about 145 pounds, Senften tion Saturday morning.The meritorious service during pre.
To Reserves
dropped to a meager 95: pounds Open youngsters will be takenon war years according to AlNav
in January, 1944. I a conducted tour with the opportunity
"In addition to this prison USNR*. 4' USN.I enlisted men of viewing many of 180.Navy and Marine Corps Reserve
fare" the plucky sailor said, "we who volunteer to remain on active the Navy's famed combat planes. officers must have commanded ina
were forced to work in their duty.untjt ,1,March 1917 may be A demonstration of aviation I. battalion, squadron or separate
factories, received no clothingat nominated for the Naval Academy [gunnery will be made by NAT- division for at least four years of
all, and were given little or Preparatory' School prior to 17 TC personnel at the gunnery the pre-Pearl Harbor period. They
-- no medical treatment." May 1918,provided they meet all range. must also have a total service of .
The American prisoners who survived the ordeal were taken other,requisites of BuPers Circular Highlights of the visit will bea ten years or more.
to Guam for transportation bacl k to the States following theirU. Letter 56-46, it was stated this diving exhibition by Bruce The Reserve Special Commendation .
liberation. Senften arrived In'the 8. last October, was sent to week In AINav' ,191. Harlan, SpA)2c( ) junior national Ribbon will be the same as J
the Naval Hospital at Corvallls,, Oregon, and then to duty at It was';pointed out, however, diving champion and three the Naval Reserve Ribbon exceptfor
Miami.The that,retention on active duty in exhibition boxing! bouts. Pfc. the addition of a 3/8" vertical
ex-prisoner of war entei red the Navy In January, 1940, the;School, beyond 1 :March 1947 Gabby Marek, national Golden stripe of myrtle green in the cen
and served on the light cruiser He molulu' and the submarine Perch contingent i upon the availabil- Gloves champ, will be featured ter It will take precedence before
before being assigned to the Cano]pus. its of appropriations.. In the main bout. any campaign or service ribbon

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Vol. 4-No.7 25 April, 1946


Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


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

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I LEAVES SOONCAPTAIN I TRAFFIC REDS ENFORCED I


.:;..' --. Sep Center Hdio



1, 2 s ..xI : Show On Network



To Do Heard Friday On

Florida Mutual SystemA


special 15-minute show commemorating the dischargeof

the 75,000th sailor from the Naval Personnel Separation

Center here will be aiied over the Florida Mutual Network
I
tomorrow night following the regular "Just Call Me Mister"

broadcast.The .

program. ..,will.._originate_ from the NATTC auditorium.
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and start at The "Just Call
I Me Mister" show Is on the air from
2000 to 2030.Captain ( Officers May

&fr- : M. M DeVVolf, commanding -
I officer of the SepCen, will
I present the discharge certificate Now Apply For
during the special broadcast. All I
station personnel are invited to attend __'V__ ...on ,_...____.
both the regular and the special Air ReserveProcedure IT PAYS TO OBEY station traffic regulations. Not only will

_... ., shows. careful driving and observance of traffic rules result in less acci-
-------- dents, but station police will slap you with a ticket if they catch
Featured on the two broadcasts
Clarence J. Brown, OutlinedFor you violating any of the regulations. In the above photo Thomas
will the
be Sep-Senders with more
commanding: officer of the Na-
L. of the station fora
Hargraves AMMSc police writes out a ticket
val Hospital for the past six of their baritone special Fred swing Katterhein-arrangements ParticipationIn motorist who failed to come to a full stop at a stop street before
months, will be detached earlyin ,
making a right turn (See arrow),
:May and will report to the rich and the chorus singing "The New ProgramNaval ---.- -
Naval Hospital at St. Albans, Riff Song" harmonica virtuoso
N. Y., as commanding officer. Dick Bain playing Cole Porter's Reserve aviation officers Sets
Size
Of
He will be relieved by Captain "Night and Day," and vocalist An- may now submit applications for ; Congress Navy;
R M. Gillett of the Bureau of dy Aprea with the Three Manthey continuance on, or orders to, active .
Medicine and Surgery in Wash Sisters. duty in connection with the
ington. Captain Brown succeeded A USO stage show will be presented I Naval Air Reserve Program 500,000 Men 46,000 Officers
Captain John J. O'Malley who following the radio pro- Applications must contain a full ,
retired I, grams resume of the officer's naval train- Congress has authorized a total enlisted strength of

< I ing and experience, as well as any 500,000 men in the permanent post-war Navy, it was an-

other pertinent information nounced this week in AINav 189.
Telephone Service Light Fades Out eluding awards and decorationsthat -
;
may be used in making final Officers will total 16,066, with 35,000 line officers, 4,200

Slash In OffingBecause NAS Band Gives selections. Each application from Supply Corps, 4,315 Medical Corps, 1,320 Dental Corps, 700
officers still on duty should be addressed Civil Engineer Corps, and 531 Chaplain Corps No mention
of a drastic cut in the to BuPers and routed via
was made of warrant officers, but
funds for telephone service, all Music For DanceEnoch ((1)) the commanding officer or of- I the Navy has been counting on
telephone facilities must be curtailed ficer-in-charge of the activity New Uniform
about 6,000 of them in the post.
approximately 75 per cent Light and his orchestra where duty is desired, and ((2)) the war setup.The .
by 1 July, it was announced. this I' won't be here tonight, but NAS Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training Marine will have
week dancers aren't going to be cheated. Corps
I RegulationsAnnounced 100,000 enlisted men and 7,000 officers
.
Certain service is essential for
A reserve officer who has already according to the AlNav.
the protection of life and govern- As soon as word came that recording been mustered out should With 500,000 enlisted men, the
ment property. In order that this engagements would pre- also address his application to Bu- Navy will have double the num-
service may be retained, a survey vent the band from coming down Pers, but should route it via ((1)) ber it had in pre-war years As of
will be made within the next few here, Welfare went to work. the commandant of his home Na- New uniform regulations fof officers 1 July 1910, there were 203,127
weeks of all telephone facilities At But it was too late to obtain val District ((2) the commandingofficer and enlisted personnel were men serving in the Navy. A year
that time all department heads will
another top-notch outfit. Rather or officer.in-charge of the anounced last week in Station Or- later, as the European war raged
be asked to supply their quotas of than hire second-rate orches-
a activity where duty is desired ((3)) der No. 8..16.Officers' .
service to be disconnected, it was tra it decided to
was have the the Chief of Naval Air Reserve and CPOs' grey or khaki

stated dance Air Station as scheduled Band but with the the Training. working uniforms may be worn Manpower Box Score
providing In cases where officers desire with or without coats on libertyas
DAYTONA REDUCED TO music. active duty at other locations in well as on the station Ties Enlistments in the regular
Lt. Milton Hand of Welfare the event quotas are filled for a may be omitted from these uni- Navy during the period since
CARETAKER STATUSNAS advised the Air News yester- particular activity, it is recommended forms within the confines of the the surrender of Japan through
Daytona Beach has been day that efforts were being that additional preferencesbe station only. Ties must be worn: It April totaled 199,328. Dur-
made to
added to the list of stations reduced band to Jax bring in another the near big-name future.In stated in the order of desirabil at all times with aviation greens, I ing the same period nearly 11
to caretaker status. ty.CHILDREN'S. however and the coat may betaken times that many personnel, or
Onlya the meantime the dance tonight 2,132,741 have been
minimum off only while working or fly- returned to
complement of naval
promises to be a gala affair civilian life.
personnel remains there to main so come on out and enjoy ing.Enlisted
men wear either The enlistment figures include
tain possession and to guard the the swell music the Air Station SWIM may
for the blues or whites on liberty. On the first enlistments re-enlistments,
property Navy. Band is noted for.
'"
,------- ---- station the neckerchief may be extensions, and changeoversfrom
CLASSES BEGIN omitted from whites and undress USNR and USN-I.

Beats Soy Beans" Ev POW blue jumpers. -
AT NAS MAY 4 WAVES, both enlisted and of- and America prepared enlistments .
ficers, may now wear whites rose to 358,021.

Says of Last Navy Meal"This The Swimming Department ashore. They may also wear on Following the Jap attack on
liberty grey seersuckers with or Pearl Harbor, men flocked to the
announces that classes for children
without jackets or service dress recruiting offices and the Navy'smanpower
of the officers and
sure beats soy beans and maize," Daniel D. Senften of NAS men at blues. When wearing a shortsleeved shot up to 813,096 by 1
will
Castleford, Idaho, said last week as he dug into his last meal of 4.Trained. open on Saturday, white shirt with blues, the July 1912. From then on the figures -
Navy chow a few minutes before receiving his discharge at the May jacket is optional.This skyrocketed. In 1913 enlisted
Separation Center. instructors will keepa station order points out strength stood at 2,207,720. By
And that's what the shipfitter, second class, got for practically watchful eye on all classes, that moccasin type shoes are not 1914 it reached 3,623,205 An all-
every meal during his long, 39-month imprisonment.. and until the youngsters'. school authorized. Short-sleeved shirts time high was recorded in the final .
"Imagine having cornmeal for semester enas, all classes Will for officers are unauthorized, too. year of war-1,031,097.
breakfast, maize and soy beans be held on Saturdays at 1000. Except for the authorization of .
for lunch, then for a change, soy The date will switch to Fridaysat whites for CPO's, WAVES, and
beans and maize for supper 1000 when the children start officers, few changes in uniform Pre-War Reserve
every day for over three years!" their summer vacations. Instruc- regulations have been made by the
Senften was with the subma- tions will be for all children be- new order.STATION.
rine tender Canopus at Cor- tween the ages of four and 16. Officers To Get

regidor when the Japs cap Officers' children will meet at
A <' tured the "Rock" in May, 1912. the WAVES pool, and the enlisted WILL PLAY Special RibbonA
Herded onto a Japanese troopship men's children will splashin HOST TO CUB
he was taken to a prison the Mainslde pool. new Reserve Special Com-
camp at Mukden, Manchuria, > SCOUTS SATURDAYCub mendation Ribbon has been authorized
where he remained until liberated for qualified officers of
by American paratroopers in USNA Prep School Scouts of Pack 181, Jack- the organized Navy and Marine
August, 1915. Normally weigh sonville, will tour the Air Sta- Corps Reserve in recognition of
ing about 145 pounds. Senften Open To Reserves tion Saturday morning, meritorious service during pre-
dropped to a meager 95 poundsin The youngsters will be takenon war years, according to AINav
January, 1914, a conducted tour with the opportunity 130. .
"In addition to this prison USN'lt'and USN.I enlisted men of viewing many of Navy and Marine Corps Reserve
fare," the plucky sailor said "we who volunteer. to remain on active the Navy's famed combat planes.A officers must have commanded ina
were forced to work in their duty .until 1 March 1917 may be demonstration of aviation battalion, squadron or separate
factories, received no clothingat nominated for the Naval Academy I gunnery will be made by NAT division for at least four years of
all, and were given little or Preparatory School prior to 17 TC personnel at the gunnery the pre-Pearl Harbor period. They
no medical treatment." May 1916.provided they meet all range. must also have a total service of ,
The American who survived the ordeal other requisites of BuPers Circular -
prisoners were taken Highlights of the visit will bea ten years or more.
to Guam for transportation bad< to the States following theirU. Lett 54-40, it was stated this diving exhibition by Bruce The Reserve Special Commend
liberation. Senften arrived in the S. last sent to week in AINav 19 4.
October was Harlan SpA)2c( ) junior national ation Ribbon will be the same as
the Naval Hospital at Corvallis Oregon, and then to duty atred It was"pointed out, however, diving champion, and three the Naval Reserve Ribbon exceptfor
Miami.The that retention on active duty in exhibition boxing bouts. Pfc. the addition of a 3/8" vertical
ex-prisoner of war entei the Navy In January, 1940, the.School beyond 1 March 1947 Gabby Marek, national Golden stripe of myrtle green In the cen-
and served on the light cruiser Ha molulu and the submarine Perch is.: Contingent upon the availabil- Gloves champ, will be featured ter. It will take precedence before
before being assigned to the Cano pus itT of Appropriations.V In the main bout. any campaign or service ribbon t

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ChatterThe Ity Lois A. Leser, Ylc
I first ward participation talent I.

show. was held on Ward B-6 QUESTION: If you had a fifteen day )leave to
last week. This
series of
I composed entirely of patient programs talent spend any way you wanted to, what would you do and

will be presented on many of where would \ou RO?

the large bed patient wards. The
wards will be indicated on the Gerald Hew en, Sic, Polo, Illinois.

weekly Red Cross schedule so "I'd like to spend about 75 per cent of the time sleeping .
watch for fellows!
jour M ward t and the balance of it eating some good chow..

Nurses detached from fluty hen

during the past week were Ens.
I Ix
Edna L. Skelley the Naval Personnel Separation

Center N. Y. and Lt. (jg) Kate

Peacock (NC), USNR to the US-

NH, Dublin, Georgia for duty. The
following: nurses reported for duty
at. here: Ens. Marie T. Dumais Lt

(jg) Pearle J. Perry! Ens. Catherine -
L. Faley Ens. Yolanda A. J.

Forest from the USNH Chelsea,
Massachusetts and Ens. Norma H.

Manzi, Ens. Alma I Miller Ens.
Anna A. Mink Ens. Lucille M.

Sutton, Ens. Norma B. Sturge and
.
Ens. Mary Mistovich from the US

.. NH, Sampson, New. York.
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Woodrow Chesney, S2c, LaCrosse, Wis. .
For an evening of fun and
"If I could place] I wanted to I'd head for
.. laughs be sure .to,attend the. Cath- go any ,
one UKU snow to t>e presented Friday Long Grove, Iowa. It isn't much of a place] you're
SOLOIST META STROMEN: to the
I
steps microphone during April 26, at 1800. I II through it before know you're there but at ]least itisn't
last week's "Just Call Me Mister" special Good Friday broadcast. you ,
I "
I The Protestant Choir highlighted the show which was composed of I The Softball team Jacksonville.
Good Friday music. Lt C. D Walker is the organist. corpsmen's
chalked another victory l last
up
-- - AMM2c
D. C.
George Bruffey Washington
,
'himself to his surroundings and week with a 19.1 score over the

: you'll usually find him ambling boys from the maintenance shopat "If I didn't go home, I'd make a trip to Puerto Rico.

along behind the girls whenever NATTC. The team is certainlyoff I was stationed there for a while and had more fun than

I 'I they move. to a good it start that so let's work I've had in a long time. The place is all that the posterssay
hard to straight
keep way
:
:1:1'I The WAVE pool is the center of
through the season. t it is ; I'd go so far as to say that it's'en better
activity with the arrival of warm "
I I I weather. We noticed Jean King than the posters

I and Sue Lewis holding a mockCaptain's Another trip to Georgia this
weekthe Bride and Groom-Lola ,
Mast between
gurgles
By Lois A. Leser, lie I i
while Bobbie Chapman was adding Gibb. HAle and "Whitey" Reid,
Could that have been California' new twists and turns to water an- PhMlc-the Best Man was Jim
weather that invaded us last Wednesday tics. McGerry and the Bride's attendant

night, so much so that it Grace Menton, PhMlc. How
the list of scheduledto
not only rained cats and dogs but Among gals they kept it such a secret is still
head for the rigors of civilian
little bull-frogs too? Arriving as a mystery!!!! Wonder who'll be visiting
Helen
the future
life in
near are
it did, said rain not only proceeded Georgia next
Arnold, Sic, and Pauline Groves
almost on
to drench everyone *
from A&R. Helen's future
Sic
,
the way to the barracks from It's nice to have a certain Ensign
include "I Do" in the
work but it also brought about thecancellation I plans saying back with us once again after
while Pauline intendsto
near future,
of the WAVES
picnic. her three-week absence. Next
Luscious fried chicken and all the take life easy for a while at week this column will be back on e
I home. Their jobs in A&R securitywill
the beam once again, as she's the
served be taken by Bobbie
I over literary genius behind it!"!! Orchids
Chapman, SkV3c, and Chips Ma-
Welfare Office has advised though I to "Guess Who?"
that there will be another gathering heu, AMM3c. *

in the offing shortly, so we'll In case Ann Chick hasn't con- Be sure to attend the Ship's

get that chicken yet. tacted you, Mary Shellenbarger, Company dance this evening at

The Easter Parade brought out former Y3c, and Chief Pharmacist 2000 in the Ship's! Service I auditorium :

many white suits on Sunday and Mate Wayne: Hyman will be .Music Will DC provided oy the .... .
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also many unusual gifts to various married in the Catholic Chapel on Personnel Separation Center orchestra > ]

individuals. The center of attention 27 April at 1000. All friends of the and we all know that they 1

in Bks. 722 was held by a couple are invited to attend. are tops. Refreshments are included -
John Dodge AOMSc\ IIinsdale 111.
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bunny- as black as the Ace of in the program. Come and en-

Spades-a present from Pat Davis LOSES PANTS ON BUS joy yourself! "My wife can't travel, so I'd stay over in Dewey

to Margaret Krauchalis ( Kor- 1 Tark. I'd spend the time going to movies, make a trip or
chy). The bunny received more Milwaukee (SEAlA. H. Mah- "
two into town and just take life
babying from the girls] than any ler couldn't understand why every Commercial easy.

one has received in a long time. one laughed when he bewailed the

Surrey was and still Is the center I loss of his pants on a bus. It was L. Watson, Sic, Tampa, Fla.

of attraction in the Welfare I just an extra pair he was taking to Bulletin "I would like to have enough on hand to drink that I

Office-In this case, Surrey is a the cleaners. could get pleasantly not diunk. Of I'd
lIun.tin. w ill he accepted until .pare i II' happy- course,

with duck,a very distinction unlike all FUBAR his own., but All I ailed FOR EiU SALE7tuli 1<23* like to see my girl and go out to a few night spots with
FOOTSORE SHERIFF ERRS "
of four inches high, he made his'' Silvertoi. rodio-phonogroph, IM.M- her. xHobert

presence known to the girls Pittsburgh (SEA) Sore feet feble ('orona t>|'t writer, both in yood J
throughout the entire first nighthe 11 prompted Deputy Sheriff Omar condition.. 1415.B Child., before tlidaynlitht Anderson, AMMSc( New York, N., Y.

spent in Bldg. 716. Miss Katherine Forrest to take off his shoes and '41 Buick l:1Ul'U.11101, radio and heater "If I had 15 days and all the lettuce to
Rahl was the donor of the relax. Carl Robey, the prisoner he hite ude-wall. urn, excellent i duck and couldn't] have picked a was assigned to watch, appropriated
finer present according to the the shoes, put on the officer's Collnpiibl\ Jax baby Beach Lugvy 254-W.*5. 4811 River- swanky hotel, older my breakfast served in the room

girls.] Surrey has quickly] adapted hat and coat, escaped.INSPECTS dale ROAd.2.ourn.r, electric. hot IIt Kay Work- each day, see all the sights and go out every evening
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-- man. Bid I lII', 720. night-clubbing with some slick chick"
I SEPARATION CENTER j Radio 6-tubr, tail muter AtM>C current
May be teen Ht Bldir. 60(1./ Lt. AlImon -
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41 Ssuper.lH-lux, 4.door Ford I.<.rfect .
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condition, I 6 practically new tire.. Mr.
Bryan (16" Mawmlc Temple Bids. Tel
I>..IIS./) .
House and nearly 2 arre* of good Kurilen
land. Will tell furnished or unfurnished
electric stove, elect no water heater -
good garden. already ilanted, Jammei r
Rood in Wetconnett or cull Gunner Movull -
};xt. 559.AirplaneAmerican. ,
FatrU biplane with I
cylinder, DO H.P. Kinner en sine, IIMi ,
Inquire atm.B Hancock $t., HAS,
after 5 P. M.
Hollywood bed and mattre, reasonable. .
1414.A Child St.. MAS.
'41 Mreamllned Torpedo Pontlar, 4 new
tires, radio and heater, Lt. (jilt> W. L. i
Burch Sqd. T 6, Ext. M42.
I 4 tins, goal l condition DvOxl6, run tie
seen ..t 2968 Riverside Av*. I
Furnlnhiniri for bedroom, kitchen and luring
rimhe,
; room Including picture
drupe. elf I234-A Hancock M., MAS.
1 apindle oak double bed, complete with
-v box springs and mnttreii. ISO. tan heeen
after ( P. M. Mr. able 1)17
Cumberland Road" or cull Ext. 442
.... Sofa and 1 eauy .chair S end .........". .1 Harry Davis, Sic, San Francisco, Calif.
2 frenh
rug 2 upare lire (KOOxlt)

M1'i''i or water IK'),/finhinir very. reanomilik rod. 1 ..I'hilco 4543 TlmuQiinnnKo radio, (AC "Give me 15 days of doing everything I want to thatisn't

connected with the Navy I'd like to go home (just ; .

to ChicHiro\VANTEIRide round >IS or If Matwill : to sleep there) and spend the days at various sports,

I '")u",, expenne.. Ruh* >'rel .nd.AMMIr have plenty of good chow available, take in plenty of

ISII-B Randolph .NAB, o..f Kxt good shows movies and and "
; 8619. plays, go dancing at night.
: "Electric refrigerator. Mr..lTi'itmp'il-25M, .
ya Ford, Chevrolet. or Prymoutbhlad.l. *,
Will pay uillllil. 'r tnJ.OIt 'FIDO' NOW BEING uation of new landing aids under
J Hear(. 220 or 768. tI'a adverse weather I condition at
'89 ow '..Jon ..t, P4mouttt L1r'.Zord.a USED IN NAVY FOR
:".. R. 15, n"....'. 2OS1JLOST .," i NAAS Arcata, Calif., in a joint

.w '. ; NEW EXPERIMENTS experimental and research projectto
-- ""'" reBittiful whit Tertian kitten 'wiib' Wo.,
REAR ADMIRAL: J. S. SIIAFROTH, left Commandant of the ..,..., strayed from trnnprt.Uo*) build-1 SEA( ) "Fido" is back at work be conducted by Navy' BuAer.

Seventh Naval District, pauses in a tour of the Separation Center Ing. early Monday mornlnr...M4rUnReward. Hndr. : again. Its full name Is "Fog Intensive Army Air Forces, and Civil Aero
leasenotify! Lt. Cc.mdr. Jreir
here last week to chat with Robert Burnett, a civilian employee 1 Kxt. .78 or 8217' V" Dispersal of," and it 8 the nautics Authority,

about processing of separatee papers. Captain M. M. DeWolf, right, I method of dispersing fog through Experiment are scheduled to

commandmg officer of the SepCen, accompanied the Commandant, Wave: "I'm telling.io&ior.tbe Use of gas burners along runways, begin 1 May. Fog disposal and dispersal -

Following Inspection Admiral Shafroth stated he was highly last time- -you can't ,ki"'me,"'. employed on British airfields during equipment radio aids, and

pleased with the efficiency of the center. Rear Admiral Ralph] Da- Sailor: "Fine, I knew. "you'd the war. high intensity lights are among
vison (not in picture) also made the tour with the inspection party. weak n' sooner or later."'s?: : V ,{Fldo". will be the,basis for evaltJ object expected to. yield new data.
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i Girls On Station .

y ill'ill'y I

;j | Welcomed To NATTC lf I 1


t I II"l I Dance Saturday ,

Female civilian employees were
really welcomed Into the "fold"
eIw this week. AMUSE ET S
si
wI # I According to an announcement
in yesterday's Plan of the Day 1

( all civilian women working at NAS y
II are invited to atttend a dance at
the NATTC auditorium Saturday I\ -
I night. Heretofore the pulchritudinI -

III.I- l I ous females working here have

been ignored, while the USO fur- /
nished dancing partners for the 'I iR I I
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light-footed sailors And chancesare

that the gals have been 'want- ,
ing to go to station dances for MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
yearsand waiting for just suchan
I invitation, TIIUKSIY
,I Anyway, attending dances like I' No show.
this should Dance-Crew's Dance featuring the Air Station Band, from 2000
make those cute ste-
T. E. ROBBINS detaU"on ,
AMM2r:
points out a the Cutty Sark to 2330.
British square-rigger he and Ibby Engle, SpGlc( ) have been build- nogs and secretaries really feel i I TOMMY

II. and Ing the lots past of fun few weeks. The pair claim their hobby is simple to do like family they at NAS are part Jax. of the Navy "JOHNNY COMES FLYING HOME," with Richard Crane. Shows
at 1730
r j and 2000.
i SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
New Air News Featul"e. "GILDA," starring Rita Hayworth Shows at 1430-1730-2000 on
I Saturday and Sunday.
I MONDAY

Admiring Kibitzers Watch I I i at 1730"DARK and 2000.CORNER," with Lucille Ball and William Bendix Shows

/ TUESDAY
AND WEDNESDAY"THE

SALTY HUMOR FROM BRIDE WORE BOOTS," featuring Barbara Stanwyck.

..' Hobby Partners At WorkEditor's I HERE AND THERE Shows at 1730 and 2000. THURSDAY

"REBECCA," starring Joan Fontaine. Shows at 1730 and 2000.
<(< Note: In this issue begins a new series of stories on Bad Bubble

hobbies. If you have a friend who is Intensely interested in some There were three little pigs call- STUDENT OFFICERS J

I I project, or if you are working off-hours on some bright idea, call ed Into court The judge asked the
the Jax Air News Phone 8542, and ask for the Hobby Editor.) first little pig why he was there- THURSDAY AND FRIDAY .
\ "SO GOES MY LOVE," starring Myrna Loy and Don Ameche. 's
Xe said: For making bubbles In
Hy Carol Uallingall, SpG)2c( ) Staff Writer the mud. The judge said You'd I Show at 2000 only r

"Guess it must be because we've both always been in better run on home, that: wasn't SATURDAY i.'

squadrons or stationed on air bases that we're building ships. bad. He asked the second little pig ,I Show"WATERLOO at 2000 BRIDGE," with Robert Taylor and Vivian Leigh.

It's our only chance to get acquainted with sea-faiing in any i i why he was there, and he said. For I only. SUNDAY

form." I i iThat's meriting bubbles in the mud The "JOHNNY COMES FLYING HOME," with Richard Crane. Show
I judge said, that that wasn't bad '
so
at 2000
the NAS Jacksonville's model shipbuilding only A
way | so he had better run on home too. I I MONDAY
partnership put it when asked about their hobby this week. I Then he AND TUESDAY !
asked the third little pig "GILDA," starring Rita Hayworth Show at 2000 only.
The partners, joqy angle, :spvujIc her name, the little pig ducked her \\'Im ESDAY"DARK
fixed instructor with to be solved They haven't been head and said "
: gunnery shyly: Bubbles. "
CORNER, with Lucille Ball and William
Bendix. Show
able to materials for the .
get rigging -
VSB Squadron, and T. E (Robbie) at 2000 only. '
Finally they sent to the
Robbins AMM2c, propeller In- I Not Interested THURSD\Y *
structor with the Naval Air Mobile manufacture "If he doesn'tcome Conductor "Madam that child "THE BRIDE WORE "
through, we're liable to have : BOOTS, with Barbara Stanwyck Show at
Training Detachment, are I Is over five years old and he will I 2000 only. '
a square-rigger without a rig
working on their first joint project "
have to full fare
pay
.a Cutty Sark British Square-rig ging Both, Ibby agreed mourned.that barring such I Lady: "But, I've only been mar- I I OTHER EVENTS
ger. "
ried four >ears.
obstacles material
Robbie built simple models as as shortages
Conductor: "Gimme the fare, B XSKll.U.L-NAS Fliers Fort
a youngster. While in the service, their hobby presents few problems vs. Jackson Mason Field-Wed-
the:; Interest in the hobby was revived They insist no special skill are I lady." I ain't Interested in your nesday, May 1st at 1615.

when the Red Cross gave needed-:'just the ability to follow past. Thursday, May 2nd, at 1615, Fliers vs. Fort Jackson.
him a small model to build while plans, and a steady hand. (Ibby i I Wednesday 24th, Jacksonville Terminal at 1615.
convalescing in the Pensacola Na- and Rob seem ignorant of the fact I Don't Look Up Tennis-Brig Courts-Thursday, 18th, NAS vs Welch Hospital.INMDK .
that there are thos.. of us around Pigeon A: "I don't like that
val Hospitalllavliftti. guy :M.\ LOUNOE Formerly the Reception Center, located in
l'ritl l..t who can't even sharpen a pencil down there the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and their
Then one "day; -he- -'h happened to without a mechanical sharpener!) I Pigeon" B: ."I just spotted him guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. -
tools need-
No complicated are myself.
notice a Cutty. Satk--all completeand ed, either All they've used are a LIBRARY--Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build
shining, in a Jax store window pen knife, razor blade, sandpaper, Talk I ing No 3. Open from 1100 to BOO and from 1600 to 2100 Monday
: It was a more ambitious and a paint brush When they Navy through Friday. Saturday from 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200to
model than he had ever tried, but Navy expressions and their 2100*
start on the plexiglass case in
he bought it and immediately which they plan to enclose their meanings I SWIMMING: Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
I We should confer: Send
work. Then
started to along came your
Cutty Sark, more professional 1800-2100 Outdoor schedule. Mon.-Fri.! 08001900. Sat. 1000-1900. Sun.
over to see mine
Ibby who works in the same buildIng yeoman
will be 1200-1900.
tools especially
She'd never done any ship- necessary i Take necessary action: It's your
I' If they do decide to make the headache I BOXING-For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. A.
now.
had done all kindsof ,
but
building, whole into a lamp, as they're now 'i Take immediate action: Do J, Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after 1500. .
handiciaftchip caning, sew-
ing, knitting, leather-craft. She I planning I'I something before we both catch GOLl"-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday, '
and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Colt clubs and balls
was sure she could at least help "If you think that's complicated, hell I are available at Golf ,
build model ships; so now they I Ibby :wanted to blow a glass bottle !1 Show him every courtesy: His House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course. ,::
work together. around it! The plexiglass seemed uncle is an admiral.Do ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty I
I much more practicable," Robbie cards and uniform of, the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
\ According to the duo, a joint I Field ,
told u?, I IllamV
I hobby has at least three outstand- You IliinTi
Asked how they were going to 1'tNNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train :
ing assets, Problems smooth out i Advertisement: You get the girl,
more quickly with two heads I settle the problem of who gets well: do the rest I ing Building No 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
the finished ship, the partners had Yorktown Roads). .
working on them. The labor can I Youthful Groom: That's hardly
be divided, each partner taking : this to say: "We've already fair! VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON, TOUCH FOOTBALL-Officer personnel 1
care of the work he can do best. thought about that question. We I previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requested
Ibby does the painting and carves /, may flip a coin, or present it to I Somebody Go Up! to meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.

the small, delicate parts; Robbie 'one of our mothers as a gift But Girl elevator operator alone in "
: to crawl in window. Seaman "Where'd
trying my : get that
be in the you
to 'j
I does the rest of the carving andtth we really hope Navy the car with a sailor: "Going up ; "Sorry, Ma'am, this is the Fire southern accent?"
: and to the
long enough, assigned
assembly While building the going up anybody else "
"
Department. Cleghorn: "Honey child I've
base, to build another
. J same one
many evenings have been going up? Please, will somebody "I know, but my room is on the been drinkin' out of Dixie cups"
up pleasantly and without i I II go up ?" (I second floor and he needs a lad
I
partner spending money on "
Model Plane Enthusiasts der. _
rty. I I I Hard Working Boat's! I wish I wuz a wittle egg, M wot-
Admiring Klblt/eri Will Form Club Monday '1 A chief Boatswain's Mate, who ten as could be. _,
"We've solved the liberty problem I had completed 30 years of faithful i Mother: "What did he do then ?" And when some bonehead officer -

for a good many of the Model plane building enthusiastswill service, retired with a comfortable ,I i Daughter: "He turned off the would start to shout at me,
Ground Training and Mobile Train- I meet in Bldg. 726, Monday, '1 sum of $60,000. He had amassed ; lights." I'd frow my wotten little self and
Ing Unit personnel, too," Robbie 29 April, at 2000 to form an Air this sum through courage, enter- spatter down on he

confided. "They're w* interested in Station Club, the Jax Air News prise, initiative, devotion to duty, Clothes, make a man With a
our Cutty Sark they don't botherto was Informed yesterday I! military efficiency- ,and an uncle woman they just serve to show "Three fastest way to send a
go ashore, but stay around to All hands interested in model that died and left him $59,999. how she's made. message: .
watch it grow and to kibitz!" I plane building or flying are Invit- I I "TELEGRAPH, 3

The toughest problem the two : ed to attend the organizational "Hello, hello," cried the old maid As the bulldog said as he sat "TELEPHONE
have come across is one that's yet I get-together. I over the phone, "There's a man down on sand paper, "Ruff!" I TELL-A-WOMAN." :1"r.
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JtI.'f' SI" A Sound PlanThe WII.CO


I" Navy's aluminum salvage program RA :

Office of rubllc Information Offices Room 231 is making plenty of progress here, accord-

I Administration Annex, Bldg. 051 ing to reports being released on productionat tj'I

Telephone Extension 8M2 the furnace located across Roosevelt

r LI. (it) Euftne E. Speight, t'SNR.' Public Information 0ficTb Highway from NAS. )
JAX AIR NEWS u published the U. S.
weekly at
,- Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida by the Office of Not only have dealers in this light, dura-
I Public Information at no expense to the government and in ble metal shown great interest in taking all
with Secnav Circular Letter 45-5J6. 28 May 1945. j'v:
Copies are distributed tree of chaise at the Naval Air that can be melted down, but they are pay- .
Station, the Naval Air technical Training Center, the ing prices which make the deal
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Com profitable.
mand, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval this month
Air Gunners' School, the U. S. Naval Hospital and the Early some 2,000,000 poundswere
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Majport. sold at an average price of six and

: Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN Commanding one-half cents. Another sale has been sched-
I Jacksonville Naval Air Station uled for 29 April, and this time buyers may

\ Captain Ford N. Taylor,-USN Commanding purchase in lots of 50,000 pounds. Hereto- '

Naval Air Technical Training Center fore, sales have been limited to purchasers i'k?/ .

Captain Clarence U.J.S.Brown Naval(Hospital MC) USN, Commanding of much larger quantities. The change in

minimum quantity purchase is expected to
Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USNR, Commanding
raise the received
Naval Personnel Separation Center materially price per
pound, since small dealers in Florida will be
Lt. Col.! Alexander A. Vandegrlft Jr, USMC, Commanding _
Marine Barracks able to purchase, and shipping costs will be

Commander Robert Feddern, USNR Commanding correspondingly less. .
Naval Air Gunners School The program of scrapping and melting '

:T Commander Howard E. Born, USN Commanding down planes was instituted even before the b :
/ Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field ,
i war was terminated, but the plant here did

Commander Naval Auxiliary John B. lluhn Air Station USNR Majport Commanding not begin operating full time until! early E.:1:

t this year. I
Capt. Marvin L. SeidCI l. USMCR.
j
Marine Aviation Detachment The net gain should be fully apparent.
The metal recovered represents conservation : "No Wilco, that's not the kind of pick-up meant." tIfo
The JAX AIR NEWS receive Camp Newspaper Service .
and Ship's Editorial Association material. Republication of U. S. natural resources. The cost of sal- -- -

I of War credited Department matter, AC prohibited E. 4Jnd without St.. N.Y permission C.: or SEA,of Wash CNS. vage is more than repaid in the selling price. Racketeers Meet
j ington 25, D. C Republication of any other matter And a source of material cheaper than the I BOOK SHELFIf I
I except by service publications Is prohibited without
( permission of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. pure aluminum, but nevertheless sufficiently Welch HospitalThis

f good[ to produce ornamental metal work and you like historical novels with

I the like, is made available. Afternoon plenty of dash, THE GALLANT
Poor But Rich EARS by Anne PO\\t:.' is a live
-
ly romance of ancient' Ireland dur-
I A fast growing Flier tennis
I The United States is enjoying one of the Letters To The Editor team, eager for competition, will ing the invasion by Richard II in
1308. It the
guerilla war-
i biggest booms in its history, if surface manifestations I test their mettle for the second fare of the depicts clans and the struggleof
j are to be taken the time today at 1400, when they
as yardstick. 19 April 1946 our hero for his rights ana the
to Beach to tan-
,r'r journey Daytona
There is more money in the hands of-in- To the Editor: gle with the Welch Convalescent girl.Also

f: dividuals, corporations and the government Hospital racketmen. laid in Ireland, though of
In almost edition of the Jax Air modern times, is YOUNG MAN
than ever before. We told that every
are even we Jay Burns, AETM2c, captain of
' News, I usually see the phrase, "Kilroy was WITH A DREAM, by Kenneth
eat more than in the pre-war days. the Navy racketeers, has sent let-
( here," or words to that effect, somewhere in ters to various colleges in this vicinity Reddin. This is a fantastic and utterly
Actually, however, we are poorer than we impossible story of a Dublin
these eight I have even noticed it in an effort schedule, am-
have been since the There pages. young man who wanted to go to
war began. are ple competition for the crack local
written the walls of several buildings. I
on Raralonga in the South Seas (prewar -
not usable team. Besides the Welch today
more houses there -
many yet game
! are
thousands more people who want and hate to sound stupid, but who is (or was, the tennis team has a match ) and the girl who. tried to prevent
need
It.Another.
as the case may be) Kilroy. I thank you. with the Springfield Tennis Club
i homes. There are only handfuls of new automobiles good historical novel
this Sunday at 1400.
-A civilian who doesn't know Kilroy.Ed. .
I yet millions are in demand. The poor this time laid in Vienna, is LUS-
The Springfield outfit is newly
list could be added to almost indefinitely. Note: This much we know about Kil organized, but according to Burns, TRE IN TilE SKY by U. G. VVal-
deck. is
It the of the
story plotting
'l' Lush-sounding news articles describe to roy. lie is, like the gremlins, a fantastic phan- they have plenty of talent on their and counterplotting that went on
tom. All through Europe, when American troops squad, and will give the NAS mena
us the Dymaxoin home circular
(a maze of lint's.they behind the scenes of the Congressof
pushed beyond their most extended front ,
rough afternoon. The match will
The novel has and
modern living) electric Vienna. pomp
washing machines met the bewildering slogan, plastered on be held on the courts at the cornerof
which will also dry and press the clothes, sidewalks and buildings, "Kilroy was here." Fifth and Perry streets in Jack- pageantry and the events.excitement of

-- rear-engined, three-wheeled 1947 autos with How he managed his antics, we do not know. sonville. history-making
( To back to the United States
Maybe some of our readers can supply some get ,
Members of the
of : sailor
puh-lenty chromium plating. But nobody squad Knud Stowman has done a medi-
is buying them with all this stored-up mon- answers. slated to appear In the two meets cal romance, based on fact, about
this week are Bill Smith, Sic, win-
the first young obstetrician to
ey.
of the Riverside
ner Tourney,
come here early in the 18th cen-
f The conclusion is simple. We aren't very Leonard Warren, Sic, Alex Stan- tury. WITH CRADLE AND

rich right now. We have money but no goods. ek, Mus.lc, Burns Ens. Ellsworth CLOCK tells of those early colon-
Donnell, Lt. William Pou and
We spent several years producing just about hp1L a new comers Lou Shenker AETM2c ial days in Manhattan.The .

nothing but food and bullets, and now all : :, M B. Wheeler, Sic, and Cal author of the well-remem-
our autos, refrigerators and houses are worn : mews cinclVieuus f lYlrTi Statioh vin Nelson, AM3c. bered THE SMALL RAIN, Made-
leine has written the sto-
L'Engle
or wearing out. If what we have is to be ta- s ry of an independent woman's con-

ken as a criterion we are poor indeed. flict with the related group com-
r __ I MOST CONTRACTS FOB prising her husband's self-proud
The world- -however of family. The story of ILSA is related -
is a mass contra- SHIP BERTHING TO BE
I By Chaplain B. C. Gilbert by the man whose idealized
dictions. We need to look
only beyond our
LET BY EARLY SUMMERSEA devotion for her did not permit its
borders to that should discovera
own Europe. Suppose today we declaration.

Ex-President Herbert Hoover describes. means by which we were able to prove beyond ( )Majority of contractsIn WHO KNOCKS? is a collection

it thus: "The most critical food period in all' the shadow of a doubt that there is no the Navy's $70,000,000 program of "twenty masterpieces of the

history. From the Russian frontier to the God. Suppose that on the next day archaeol for' construction for inactivated of berthing ships of facilities the- There spectral are for manifestations the connoisseur for. all. .,

Channel, there are today 20 millions of chil- ogists were able to discover overwhelming fleet will be let by early summer, from those who prefer the com-

. dren badly undernourished. Steadily evidence to prove Christ a myth. Suppose according to BuDocks. mon garden variety of spook to

developing tuberculosis, rickets, anemia and that, following these discoveries, men were Included are piers, quay walls, those who will chill only when the
I other diseases of subnormal feeding. Unless able to demonstrate that earthly existenceis dredging and services providing Thing is unspeakably horrible"and
is neither fish, flesh, nor fowl.
' they are better fed many will die and others an end in itself a purposeless puppet for extensions of electrical and
steam fire
f will furnish more malevolents The show played to an empty universe. equipment and other, installations fighting apparatus for- been started at Orange, Tex., while Y
West Coast projects are under way
f responsibility rests heavily the world maintenace of inactivated
1 upon Would the absence of God create any ships at San Diego, Mare Island Naval
vacuum in your life or are you living as without use of their facilities and Shipyard and Alameda Naval Air

With this heart-chilling picture scarringthe though God's non-existence were a fact rather equipment. Station in California; Tongue

eyes of every person who will turn from than the immature vanity of stunted Along been the made East toward Coast progresshas building Point, Astoria, Ore., and Tacoma
and the Bremerton Naval Ship-
his routine tasks to face it how can we be
philosophies? such facilities at New London, yards, Wash.ty
, full of self-pity for our own shortages of Would the elimination of Christ cause Conn.; South Boston, Mass., Navy
cars and homes. yards; Philadelphia Naval Shipyard -
I any breakdown of your moral .conduct or ; Portsmouth, Va., Naval mlu neSrruicps
( It would not be amiss to mention the
of social circle have already
that your or you Shipyard; Naval Station Norfolk,
f fact that China and India, together comprising rejected the perfection which is Va.; Charleston, S. C., and Green

f approximately two-fifths of the world's Christ's challenge and free will Gift to men? Cove Springs, Fla. At the Raid Station and Chapel.Muitin ,Avenue Birmingham

population, each year are wracked with fa- Piers services and dredging have Protestant
, I Would the fact that our world was a 0730-Holy Communion-Chaplain B
mines and which to
pestilences even Europe C. Gilbert.0930NATTC.
1 this year would seem worse than her own :1.: meaningless farce detract from your exis- STRIKER Service-Chaplain E. E.

It troubles. tential purpose enough to make a differencein 1045Divine Cuylor. Service-Chuplalm Fran-
behavior or have lived so long ell Lee Albert.
your you
How by comparison with all this, can
B.
1730-Venper Hour-Chaplain W.
without or with so petty a philosophy thatno
we consider ourselves poor. We are rich be- Stevenson.
alteration would be needed? Divine bervicei for Colored PersonnelsBuilding
.. yond measure, and should feel impelled to DIM
Ask these in all hon- 1430--Chnplam 11. C. Gilbert.
of yourself questions
i share some of those riches, in the form Sunday School Small Chapel: ;
* wheat and meat, with the unfortunates of a esty and then resolve to keep your living Chaplain li'. C. Gilbert.

'. world still in the clutches of war-shock. more closely related to your basic beliefs. MuOXJO ... ( atholic08JO "f-

l -*- "For so is the will of God, that with well do- (JUaOMII"JlOOJliJ.h--Mu'...-

ing ye may put to silence the ignorance of MUM

Revised RegsSEA foolish men." I Peter II-15. 1700-"Mm Christian: Scitnc Service
1100-Sunday) Small lhil.

( ) War experiences and recent to receive treatment in the new Navy "bi An Outdoor li maintained Nursery between for small 0930 children and

ble which will require from five to six 1200.
' changes in administration and organizationof Week-day Rcliilous ServirtiJtwlth
the Navy will be reflected in the revised months to prepare. The board tentatively has I Fellowihip Keliiiou Service Hour and

f edition of Navy Regulations now being for- approved a thinner binder and'paper of 1600-Friday In the Small Chapel.
. ,I standard stationery size. Latter Day 8anU| 8ervlee1900WednesdayMutual
mulated by a 10-man board headed by Rear Meeting I*

, I Admiral Alexander Sharp. Last general revision of Navy Begs was Small Yeunf Chapel.M..'" Bible Class

Amphibious operations, aircraft' com- made in 1920, though 26 printed changes 1830-Thunday In Small Chapel -r

mands, and sea frontiers are among subjects | have appeared since that time. Chaplain E. E. Caylor.M .



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DISCUSS PROBLEMS e I Cash Awards Can Become


ht } do FdY .a ti r > Habit, Says Mrs. Putnam



By Mrs. Margarie D. Putnam


.. The Beneficial Suggestion program is becoming more.

valuable at this station month by month. New names appear

each week with worthwhile ideas. Anyone is eligible to com-

pete for cash awards if civilian, or commendations if enlisted

personnel. The committee on awards is authorized to pay up

to $250 maximum for Beneficial Suggestions.One _

malnihe last two yean
1 has won over $1800. Several others start someone else thinking. Put

have increased their wages bj; your ideas together with your fel-

(500 and many others by two or low worker. Often out of such a

-PERSONNEL ASSISTANTS of Industrial Relations gather around the conference table for an I three hundred dollars. Once you discussion will come an idea really

informal discuoioin of problems and naval personnel instructions pertaining to civilian employees.Left get the habit of sending in suggestions check- worthwhile.
be receiving :
to right they are Lucie Martin, mall, file and record clerk; Cecil Acree in charge of records, reports you may There have been many inquiriesas
and statistics; Florine Gannaway, personnel actions; Lt. (Jg) A. O. Anderson, Industrial Relations for acceptable ideas regularly. to just what a suggestion is. If

officer; John W. Carson, chief clerk and administrative officer; Henry Masterson, personnel assistant, Every day is suggestion dayPerhaps you are ordered to do a job and
l and Leonard Eubanks in charge of the employment section. your job is hazardous or are given specific instructions,
unhealthy. What could you suggest even if they are new to you, thatis
J. to change this condition Perhaps an order, and not an idea. Nev-
Labor Board Changes I there is eye-strain in you: ertheless, if you can shorten the
work. How could you avoid the combine
time of operation, proc-
1/4'6 Name To U. S. BoardOf strain? There is some job no one esses, or improve the performance -

wants to do-It's irritating trou of your orders, then you have

,= AROUND ExaminersOfficial blesome, or repetitive. How could art idea. Write it down, sign it,
A&R If you Improve or eliminate that job? and send it in that day. Your ideais
I designation of the La- Perhaps there has been damage to of no value unless you shareit

bor Board has been changed to parts, loss of parts, or there may;; so send it to the Committee any
illne&.s of i her Board of U. S. Civil Service be parts that cannot be replaced day and every day.
Administration and Personnel sacola because of the In what could you save then
This beautiful spring weather has mother We hope Louise can return Examiners, it was announcedthis or replace way them Perhaps some The program has been extended -

turned so many minds in the direction to Jacksonville soon. week. makes gripe and grum i to include the whole activity.
thing you
The in title is in line : Works employees are in-
of vacationing. Larry The time section received a short change ble after day. Can you correct Public
day
Moses has just returned from along message from Mrs. Audrey Han with the present decentralization the cause? creasing the number of their sug-
vacation in Pittsburgh, Pa., sen that she and her husband arrived program of the U. S. Civil Serv- thaIs gestions. This week one employeeof
while Phillip Johnson is spending in California and are very; ice Commission, according to a It is often the small idea Public Works will receive three
director of the Commission ; improved upon which become! checks. Supply too, is in
a leave in Rockfort, Ill.; Kenneth glad to be back home. regional separate
of
Little ideas may;
valuable. yours
Morris in I'opular Bluff, Mo., and Plant Division Occupational in Atlanta. the money and several workers
Joe Dimeo is vacationing with relatives training department for war veterans The commission has announ- have more than one suggestion un-
in New York. has moved into a new office ced that the Board will have der consideration. One man has

Louise Garrison is spending an formerly occupied by the Plant much more authority to act for INSIDE offered eight suggestions this

extended emergency leave in Pen- Engineering Drafting department the commission than was for year.
Officer: D. D. and will doa PUBLIC WORKSWe A & R has of-
--- -- Chief Warrant merly the case they So far this year,
White, assistant plant division officer great portion of the work in fered over half of last year's to-

Inspection Dept. is on a two weeks leave vis regard to certifying eligibles for have just learned of the tragic tal. The standing of the various

iting his family in Norfolk, Va. appointment, authorizing rein- death of Robert Hagal a maintenance shops is as follows: From engine
PersonalitiesThey Our caricature artist, Robert statements, and other types of department employee, or overhaul a total of 35 with four

Jurlk, AMM2c, who is being dis work previously performed by Friday morning, and we would like from 1334 and 1381; three each
: Come And GoBy charged from the Navy, is going the commission itself.criPPLY. to take this opportunity to express from 1323 and 1391() ; two each
back to New York City to con our sympathy.Also from 1346 and 1392; and one each
Sara E. Verner tinue his art career. I from 1332, 1384 and 1322 and
from maintenance comes
Mr. M. O. Spicer is no longer with several just claiming engine over-
Ruth C, Raisch of the metals 1 the news that there have been 40C.
is us at the plant division, but is now haul as their shop location.
and accessories inspection group laid idle because -
employees
"
I or: more
with his old division, engine
back next
Interim Overhaul comes
spending several lays with relatives of insufficient funds. However -
Plant Florida. overhaul. { r that with 25, broken down as follows:
in City, week ; it is anticipated they
I Rl'palr-Last a SALLIESM
Emergency 1216B and 1221,
from
Four each
"back to the old grind"within
Congratulations are in order for took in front will be
exhibition place
great and two from 1216. The rest were
Lt. Comdr. M, W. Freeman, Assembly of Hangar 122 by our sedate Chief: / twenty days. not specific. Plant division has
and Repair inspection officer Rosenmund. While Chief Harris "In Spring a young man's fancy next with a total of 14 sug-
who received the right to wear was'away making plans for our die r* lightly turns to thoughts of his come gestions. Assembly and shop No.
gold oak leaves 1 April 1946. jest girl"-which reminds us oi
vision, party everything was going Clara E. Speer 748 have each offered nine. Ac-
Mrs. Helen :M. Styron, chief it seemed-until By the affection of a lad in the survey
while finish
ship-shape cessories has sent in 12, -
clerk of the inspection departmenthas muster at the end of the day, The receiving division is glad to section one Turknet; by name- and fabric have offered eight.
been confined to her home for When it came time for the hand- have their I supervisor, Jriancis for a certain raven-haired lassie Inthe have been received from
several days this week due to ill- out of liberty cards, thereweren't Gardner, back atter a flying trip laboratory. Here's luck to you, Others
ing 742, 587 292A, SOiA.1030,
the to Virginia "Walking the floor Turk! Jauren Wilkinson, also oi shops
ness. turned
any. Rosey on well describes familiar 1016, 034, 184, 477, 697, 1484, 1485
Lt. Howard E. Orton will be octane and put his legs in high over you" a in survey, is recuperating from a recent and inspection and metals.
household
greatly missed by all. Mr. (Mr. and started on a Oyarddash scene at the Conrad : appendectomy. _
gear hours before dawn. If There have been many good suggestions -
the you
that is) Orton received his dis- after the bus where the early The contest between your favor-
the awarded cash or commen-
charge 15 April and left Immedi- yeomen had the key to the liberty notice a tired expression on te soft ball teams of the design
faces of Anna and John Conrad, it dations. Other suggestions were
ately for his home state, Utah.If box. It wassaid that section, Duguid's Transit Peepersthe
is, no doubt, caused by the arrivalof good, jet they had to be rejected -
you've noticed an unusuallywide the bus was going at least ([ youngsters) and Duffy's Tavern -
boardera various reasons. Perhaps
for
Everette Huskey's and Rosey held a new six weeks-old the oldsters) was not
smile on 50 miles-an-hour ; Terrors (
orders.or .
face, it no doubt can be attributed his own along the side until at- black and white terrier. We un- evived this week. It seems that they were against existing
of it in to develop. However -
take re- too expensive
to the fact that he will be a tention was called to the driver to derstand they care since there was a shortage of manpower -
< by a
be discouraged
do not
: ,
civilian in about two weeks and stop the bus. He is contemplating lays.The on the youngster's team, next idea
he has a complete wardrobe of signing up in the Pro's as Rosey public voucher section has I hey were a wee bit leery of renewing rejection. Perhaps ;your
At least signed -
off. a suggestion
new civilian clothes. Iluskey plansto the Sprinter of Jacksonville Congratulations been finding it difficult to become the feud. However, they will pay
shows are using your
enter Stetson University next reconciled to the great open spaces ire anxiously awaiting a comeback ; you .
-; June. Speaking of a busy man, it is surrounding them. With a large In the next game. Watch this column Ingenuity and intelligence.Each

Employees of engine overhaul Jesse A. Elrod: quarterman AMGof part of the section family gone, for results-which may prove time one idea does click
just received a letter postmarkedSt. emergency repair. At the crackof out not forgotten, they are wel- iurprising-or so they tell me! you have increased your value to

Louis and signed by Skinney dawn he comes aboard NAS and coming with open arms Mary Ann Well, the Easter parade has your department and to this activ

Enrls, formerly of the carburetor starts his daily grind. He has been HedricK, formerly of the admin- ome: and gone and we can put ity. Sign your suggestions, give
eb .,. He sends his best regards with the A & R ever since it started istrative division Sadie Brow- way our baskets for another year. your rate check number, shop and
r d is enjoying civilian life again. and was one of the first to help ing inventory) reports a fine timeon We sincerely hope that everybody division, and drop it into the boxes
Elrod has her recent visit to Washington, provided, or mail direct to Mar-
Kecently Skinney had a visitor things get under way. joyed his eggs and we would like
who also was an employee of en- been employed in Civil Service for D. C., and Pennsylvania except to add this one note In passing jarle; D. Putnam, recorder, Box 22,

gine overhaul-Jerry FerrinJery ten years, and spent eight years that: she nearly froze Congratulations lady, where in the world did you Industrial Relations. She will acknowledge -
_\ also sends his regards and says previously in the Navy as an aviation to Mr. and Mrs. English get; that hat 71 1 it promptly. If you need
mate. He has a N. Hilton upon the birth of a lid in presenting your idea consult
>e Is en route to Arizona. machinist
This is old pinch-hitter,
Is called "old Incidentally, the transportation your your committee or call for an appointment -
Raymond Gossman, AOM3c, real good reason to be daughterl I Burch Hutson, signing off.
who
recorder
with the
proud "papa" of a baby girl salt"-don't you agree? He brings department enjoyed the
16 AprilBUSY a. big red shiny apple every day as cigars and candy passed around by will be glad to assist you to properly

he attends classes in school and the proud? father Recently a I see Virginia Broughton leave word or draft your: brain
MAN instructs also. Then after an ardu congenial group of supervisors ana i Evelyn MacKenzie is enjoying atrip hild. Let your slogan be an ideai

ous morning of instruction he is employees from labor and trans to Hartford, Connecticut. I day every day.. _
back in hangar 122 on the ball to portation motored out to Gold -- n

act as the senior supervisor and Head State Park, where they and I NEWCOMERS .

can put his finger on any bit of their families enjoyed an all day; '._ .
to know. He 'Nl, Yn
information you want picnic.
also serves as a civilian chaplainand The Supply Department wishesa
punches a good many tickets speedy recovery to the follow
during the day's trials and tribu ing convalescents: Katherine Cox
r lations. Then after he shoves off! (inspection report)) at Riverside

for a good night's rest, he turns to Hospital; Doris Buchan (Inven
at his gas station on the ,South- tory) at St. Vincent's Hospital recovering -
side-guess all work and no play from an appendectomy; n r

agrees, as his hair Is nice and Ruth Crosier (purchase) at St
curly. Vincent's as a result of two oper

After sweating a couple of ations; and Bessie Joyner (receiv

weeks out for release, Mary E. Fa er's section) suffering with a

hey, S2c, left for Great Lakes for broken shoulder and ankle caused

discharge. Audrey Roop, Sic, also from a fall.
went in the same draft. They are For the latest trend in sport
J planning to meet some girls that shirt fashions, be sure to observe I

have previously left and have a re those currently worn by Aubrey
union. Wilson, Mr. Szarmanski and Joe

e Hodges! Shorty Segal (pur-
Marines are souvenir hounds, according chase) tells this one on himself. He

to the Seabees. They'll buy took leave on 15 April thinkingit R

anything from samurai swords to was a Jewish holiday, whereashe o 2
the button's off a Jap's pants. later discovered the holiday did
'' fine customers, too. not actually begin until 600 P. :M.
; Sailors
E. Q O U C11, are
ItOBEICT
There were places in the Pacific So-o-o, he made the best of the
in charge of the position field the demand exceeded the situation and went to the baseball,
is busy where
office a -
classification '-
with the instructions supply of souvenirs, but the Sea- game. to --\\ELCOME ABOARD NEW EMPLOYEES! Above scene is the
man keeping up
met the emergency by making"native" Stock control was very sorry It is In this busy
I governing the classification bees William Clapp last Personnel Section of the Supply Department.
clubs out of cocoa- bid adieu to his day.
war for duty begins
of civilian jobs. Mr. him much section that a new employee reporting
r '1J Couch a former Navy lieutenant nut palm and selling them to the week, and is wishing in the Shown reporting for duty are (I to r), Lurlene K. Mollenhauer interviewed *
I. venture
: ; t them to in his new
in turn sold success and back )
who clerk ( row ,
from the natives, by Minnie Lee Goodman, personnel ,
1} i ( +I couldn't keey away inspection
nice
at field of refrigeration
and Marines clerk.
.
returned to the the sailors Geetzen interviewed by Olga Schultz personnel
place, so he report section is also regretting to Anita ,
same job as a civilian. profit.



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Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 25 April, 1946

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' WAVES And CTO School
f if j f \ a Jf / N. J tWHBT


II I Sailors Give Moves To NATTCThe

I

t Show At NATTCFlirtilla Naval School, Control Tower I

I Operators < Class AI I terminated Olii&srBy
I instruction on 26 April 1946, The
Three, an all-Navy show
TO DO! WHERE TO GOl featuring professional entertainers school will be relocated at NATTC
of stage screen and radio now Jacksonville. la., Bldg. 501. on 29 Cormlr, Robert P Rt't"b

wearing the Navy blue, will be I April 1916 with a student inputof A talk with the Educational

MOVIE SCHEDULE I presented on Friday, 26 April at 33 students bimonthly. I Services Officer Professor Warner
I Lt Comdr. L. V. USN
Dachs.
:NATTC Auditorium. I|i is a revealing experience. We
officer in of the school
TlltHls: |>.\\' SPIDER WOMAN STRIKES;: BACK, starring Gale, It's a variety hit with three was charge I all know that the Navy has this
while in Atlanta, and will
Sondetgeard and Brenda Jovce HOO, 1300 and 2000. I WAVES and nine sailors which assume service, but there are very few that
.
, ."mtIU.EASY TOED: starring Van Johnson and Ester Williams : really gives a smooth evening's en- the same duty here. be The Lt.assistant, realize the advantages that are
officer in will Comdr
I f at 1400 only. USO Show at 1800 and 2115. Radio Broadcast from tertainment. Its diversity of acts charge posSible through the services provided
USNR. Blake Cole-
2ttu' 2030 and 2015 to 2100 i ranges from the blues of "Lower I C. T. Sorenson. About the ultimate in this
,\1I'1UEASY TO WED, starring Van Johnson and Ester Basin Sln et" to the tops in tap- man, Sp< Y)2c) has been on TADat would be a smart lad that had not
this center to assist in the relocation -
WI 1li.1nu. Show at 1100 only. DANCE from :2000 to 2100 with Wilson pine I II of the finished High School, but by tak-
and establishment
Humber and his Orchestra I The tenth unit sent out by the ing the various credit examina-
SHM u.HEH KIND OF MAN, with Zachary Scott and Faye ;Navy Entertainment Branch, new school Coleman is a CTO instructor tions and prescribed courses, could,
Emerson Shows at 1400. 1800 and 2000. I Flirtilla Three is now playing service at Atlanta. complete his education given un-
I
MU:>oiU.SO GOES MY LOVE, starring Myrna: Loy and Don I hospitals and military establishments The course of study for the Con-will der the GI Bill of Rights, and attain -
Amethe 1400, 1800 and 2000. throughout the South trol Tower Operators School a PhD Degree Not that it
1'(11'SU.SO: GOES MY LOVE. 1800 and 2000VhIM.MA1 Of the cast, six recently toured be of seven weeks duration. The would be handed to him on a silver -
\ : : REBECCA, with Joan Fontaine and Lawrence the South Pacific with all-sailor following qualifications are required platter but if he had the stuff,
Oliver. 1100, 1800 and 2000. production providing entertainment for assignemtn to this school: and would work, it could be done.
lItSU.JOHNNY: COMES FLYING HOME starring Rich for thousands! of bluejackets, an alert mind, a well modulated Most of us would be interested in

and Crane and Martha fctewait Shows at 1400. 1800 and 2000, leathernecks and G.I.'s from Ha- radio and microphone voice, to be something less if you haven't
v> ,\1to\ Alaska, the Marshalls, Gil- at least 18 years of age (age limit checked on all the possibilities of
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD \\"I'ts. Marianas and the Far East : for a CAA Air Traffic Controller'sCertificate I credit for Naval Service

"" ---- -- was formerly 21. butt courses available to fit you for anflll'

R.\LIKOOMNfK: CLAss: Every Monday and Wednesday at .-< xi job you can think of, why, d ..
the Hostess House Beginners class 1900 to 2000. Advanced class, a w uH let that afternoon tired feeling

2000 t.) 2100 r keep you from getting over to 51)1
No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between and finding out about the opportunities

th>*3e hours .
:$0111111:000Pool: No. Recreational Period for WAVES and A rise In the number of reportsfor

Personnel 1 with guosts Monday through Friday., 0900 to 1100. 1200 to I smoking in bunks shows that
1400' 1:*>) to 1600 and 1700 to 2100. Saturda> 0900 to 2100 Sunday I men who have responsibility! are!

1200' to 2100. I concerned about fire, even if the
Pool No 2 For Male Personnel Only. Recreational Period. Monday I tools who do. are not. Twen-
through Friday, OWO to 1100. 1200 to ItOO, 1500 to 1600 and ty hours on the rocK pile is a poor

170<) ti 21O. Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1200 to 2100 price to pay for that last cigarette -
(iO1.1. -Station Couise Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all personnel before taps I know very well
Clubs available! at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Auditorium that we are not catching near all
: Monday through Satmdaj -1000-1700: Sunday-1030 to 1700. those that indulge in this practice,
Im'l.ISIX Alleys behind Ships Service available to all personnel but there can be no letting off
Monday through Friday, 1000 to 2000; Saturday-1130} to 1730, those that we do catch Two tiresin

Free bDWling it yuu set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys ., the last few months accentuate
.
Npt
MlAnyone interested in joining the newly organized band, aM $ t the need for constant vigilance

contut Haen, Ext 2SO The beer garden took a long
TENNISRacquets: and balls available at Physical, Training Bldg. leap toward the e.tge of the woods

513 last week, but Isn't out vet
lIu..n's ilOUSE-Open:" daily 1500 to 2100 Saturday and Sunday -+w.-
1100 to 2100 For NATTC enlisted personnel l. relatives and guests.

N A I'll L1IJK.\K\'-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through .. 30 MORE CHANGETO

Frtdiv 09: 0 to 2100: Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 21 J.1'1I1.tTIC a y
,\ : OKAK: Available at Gear Locker. Physical Training -*..--'- '. "- CIVILIAN LIFE
Department, Bldg. 513. the CAA ruling now in etfect t*.

('i\FT SIIO.Open nightly except Sunday from I1,)) to 2130 that veterans or men m service I i During the past week 30 more
Saturday afternoon from 1:30:;: to 1630. Instructors will be on duty may receive a certificate at 181GCT 'i Separatees left NATTCenter,

when th* shop is open. Shop has leather craft model airplanes and I ., Y). hearing lu 15: eyes 20, 20. I bringing the total discharged from
minimum ot four of high
lexiglis a years this base to 1610
school and u desire for this type
ATjCen To New Orleans: Mary Parsons,
of woik
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE includes Sic', Mary Bufford. S2c.
i A i The course of study
To New York: Marion Guy, Y3,:.
Jt\lIi. I lN\ 11.1.1' 1U.AI: 'HKs-Buses leave at frequent Intervals Ind trinatlon-onentating trainees
from unoii Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets Surf bathing to Control Towers and equipment. To Washington, D C.: Mystle
and otli' reueation at one of worlds finest ocean breaches. Bus 1 Voice checks and standard phrase- Towers, Y2c

fare 2r! -. ology by use of wire recorders To Bainbridge: Wilbur Hummel

IS\ I Wl111S'; UOsTEss: HOUSE, 101 East Church Street I iBi I Civil Air Regulations Part AOM2c
UM (':':.>oi'Tms.: at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blinding Bus 60 Those regulations set by CAA To Jacksonville: John Wagner,
btatidi Uiuich and Newnan Streets; all West Duval Stieet USO that governs all flying on and off A Jo'C3cViIliam Masterson. Sic,

,Udlt. ., DIVISION: lit 43 West Monroe Street airways in U.S.A., its territoriesand George Gibbons. AEM3c, Robert
l.V>OLIMi, FISHING, AM: ) BOATING: Cedar River on San From all indications everyone possessions Pickens, ARMlc, Joe Kravanek,
Ju.ii Avc.iue Take Lake Snore/ Bus, three blocks from last slop on had a nice Easter and almost everyone I I f iC> Airport Traffic Control-con S2r, Elmer Cuthbert Sic James

San Jua. How Boats -two hours 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor got Easter eggs. You trolling traffic on the ground and Adams Sic, Quinton Addkissori,
t b.jt -- <2:.Jo pel hour, five to eight people per boat. should have been to the party the i in the air, and the immediate vicinity S2c, Jesse Barton S2c, Francis El-
ia.si.i\} K itiniMi MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STAcLi WAyES had bright and early on of the airport. Use of radio I he, Sic, George Holbrook, SKV2c.

::; l'Jlh; located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay Easter morning. The lounge was aids and visual aids, flags and Charles Drake SU, Otis Yost,
.tules.. decorated with lily plants and Eas- light guns. SKV2c, William Null. SC2c, Joseph
._ ter baskets filled with hard boiled !
-- -- --- --- i I I (101) Air way Traffic Control- Sestak, f'hM3Norman Orlando
eggs thanks to the MAA, There manner that ATC centers control I AEMSc, Eura Oakley, Sic Wil-
Engagement I Protestant Choir were rabbits everywhere. Includ- II traffic on airways primarily dur- : liam Borrows, SC3c'. Jack Mobley,
ing one large white live rabbit ( SKV2c, Pasco Lewis Mic, Ralph
Take Time Oat ing Instrument flight gives the
Announced with pink eyes which a certain i students correlation between ATC, I' Riley SKVSc Joseph Williams,
Chief Hoover. Grammentz received Sic, James .
gave Moreland, Elf3f. >-
The members of the Protestant radio, communication station and
Mr and Mis :'1. J. Flowers of I two baby chicks one pink tower. mer Riddle, AEMlo, and H G
Adel., Georgia have announced the Choir will get a rest after the and one lavender And last but not ,' | Bergenholz. Sic
engagonient ot their daughter. work-out they had getting ready : least there was breakfast in the I El I Aerology-reading weather I II

t"'ranr'a Wilson, to Lieut. Alan T. for the Good Friday Broadcast. | barracks. Fruit juice, sweet rolls I reports, observing and recording of Link radio navigation and observation
Tattersall son of :'11'8. C. M TatThere, will be no rehearsals all milk and coffee for all. Everyonegot I I weather data symbols, and sequence flying the beam by observing -

teraall :jt Jacksonville, Florida week except Friday from 1800 to ):i up and ate breakfast for the reports. I radio signals, regulations
'! first time in the history of the I (,10'1 Link Instrument Trainer-- regarding instrument
Mid, Wilson\ is employed atNATTC when the mixed choir: will flights. By
J900 barracks I each student receives 13 to 15 use of the Link Trainer students receive
and Lieut Tattersall is '
I hours of flying the trainers, using the pilots views in the
But now that the bunnies have flying
the Administrative Assistant to The choir still needs men with y
instrument procedures instrument: range and also how to take
gone back to their nests and the ; care
the Superintendent of Training atNATTv :mgmg ability because so of I
many WAVES were given such a swell let downs, and in addition 25 hours of the planes wiing in to land
The wedding will oc.urvhtfn its members have been discharged -
Li< ur Tattersall is dis 'hargd U vou are interested please con- Easter the bad news comes out. -:--

tr m {hI' .Naval Seri'es ray'"f one of the Chaplains. Monday we were informed that Wilson| Humber To Play
there wouldn be any more maids
and that we had to do all the I
-3!:FORE THE BROADCAST
cleaning It won't be so bad girls. At NATTC April 27
We can just add compartment |
cleaning to the long list of jobs

in the Navy.Dr. "If you clon.t get your Number,

.' Duffy suie is looking sad see HUntb r" is the slogan that will
these days and time see ..ry
every you
i be used Saturday night, 27 April,
him he is on his way to the tele-
(ja phone center. Could it be that he when Wilson\ Humber and his orchestra -

is Mv-Home sick' comes to the NATTC Auditorium

All the AEMA( > Students rolled for a dance and show.
out early Saturday and mountedthe
Wilson Humber, a top arranger,
buses for Gold Head Branch writes the music for his band,
State Park where they spent the sings, l\t.C.'s the show, directs the
day playing Softball, swimming, band and plays a terrific piano Ha
boating. hiking and having all they mixes his stories and humor along
wanted to eat with other
entertainment, making
The Weltare/ Department had a the band and show a pleasure tosee
party for all the fellows that are Humbers
personality, show-
leaving to become civilians. They manship and humor is very clue
ate fried <'liu-ken, potato salad, and f
to the late Will Rogers
played all kinds of games
Frances Sculli came breezing In The feature attraction will be
yesterday after a week in New "Lovely to Look at delightful to
York with 75c in her pocket Ruth know and heaven to hear" Barbara
Simmon and Barbara Leslie are Barrie who has appeared on Mu-

going to stay another week They tual Goes Calling, Overseas Broadcasts -

saw several plays and say the Blue Network, and was with
.. ... 4'.
-- -- -" Northern Hospitality is wonderful Pinky Tomlin: Orchestra.

Tilt: TKTl'KK: above shows Tom Keating ARM3c Chaplain The wedding bells have started To keep the spot on taps Hum
Andrews and Lt 'ijgi I "Bill" Williams with the Protestant Chapel 1 ringing again in Bks, 51. Florence bet also has "The Three Little Sis

Choir under the direction of Robert Kea CSpiVVl' discussing' the Barber was: married last week to ters" dancing team, so all you
script and waiting the signal to go on the air The Just Call Me I a Marine from Mamside Maxine'' ,1- NATTCentenns can mark 27 April 1.on I

Muter" program devoted the entire h-ilf-hour broadcast to the theme, I Bickford will be married Saturday s the calendar and b of G
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ATTEND NATTC 1 THE WORD.-----1... MARIAN TO ENTER Air Raiders Looking

GLENVIEW MEETBruce
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COLLEGEBy II From A\ la Lion School Fundamental I' TC swimming Harlan instructor I well known, will NAT compete For Second Win Today

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U II. I Jenkins for the Central and Midwestern -'
elf
Hv John U KMano, CThoM
you are interested in collegeclasses States AAU Open Diving
hi Freshman English and I Some visitors the other day took I Championship, to be held Tuesday Caters Oat For Revenge

Freshman Mathematics in the eve- great interest in our SEAMANSHIP 30 April at NAS, Glenview Illinois Of 8 to 5 Setback

nings, go by Educational Services' phase and so a few words I Harlan will be out to win more

Office, building 501. sometime during about this course might be in or- I laurels in the meet. Among the NATTCenters young but fighting Air Raiders will be

day, leave I der. The students of AV FUND long list of honors already won by when meet the
the working your out to make it two wins in a row today they
name and let them know whichevenings that complete this phase and get II Bruce are: Junior National Diving I the local diamondat
you prefer I the high marks from the school Champ in 1945 and runner-up in I University of Florida in a return game on

Provided sufficient response and average, receive Sic; that is, if no the recent National Indoor Diving 1630 Tomorrow the Haiders will travel to Daytona Beach

interest are shown, regular] classes disciplinary action has been taken Meet at Bainbridge. to plav Welch) Hospital

carrying college credit and taughtby I This phase is taught in hanger I Lt. A. J. Stefani, who W the j Coach Merle Makeever will gel f five hurlers against the Gate.re In

dvilian professors will be held, 124 down on Mainsides waterfront swimming officer at Glenview will a look at four more of his pitcher order to get a good look at his

probably three e\enings a week The student goes through all be in charge of the affair. Stefani ; he plans to send Jansen, mound staff,

In many cases students learn the requirements for Sic, plus getting is a former NATTC officer being today Van Dusen as Pratt and Beardon tithe I Todays starting;; lineup will be

faster in classes which unlike correspondence an intensive training in the in charge of swimming here before hill Last week Makeever USt'tJ nearly the same as last week excluding

work have stimulating ] many: things necessary; to an avia: going to NAS Glenview I the pitcjiera.} The Infield

discussions and competition lion seaman volngne type of will find Les Rasmussen at third,

The success of the experiment defends Softballers Get Mel Smith playing shortstop, Jun

on the "follow through" Coddington at the keystone sack

Known in continuing regular attendance and Rich Vaerewyck at first Pie

and in consistent performance Started MondayFive starting: catcher will be either Din

of work. Let ape or Tom Hotd Rudy Ruti-

If this attempt is successful JUno w 'il be in left field] Andy

clashes can be added, but it is LeaguesTo Sommer in right and either Rebirson -

.ore believed that English ChacUick or Scefaro: in ce-n-

Mathematics will be the most See Action ter.

.. immediately useful subjects. If you I last Thursday at Gainesville the

intend some day' to go to college, After having trouble getting NATTC nine had to use a six run
Intramural'
in the
then this will\ eliminate part of enough entries eighth inning to win The Gatois
Softball League, Lt. C. C. Kelley,
jour first ;year's work and if you rounded I pushed across a run in the first

don't think first year English andMathematics Officer-in-Charge ,finally five I inn ng on a pair of walks and a
teams to form
are worth eliminating up enough I single: The Raiders evened up the
that
then ask", somebody who can loops Kelley also announced sccre in the fifth en doubles by

still remember the struggle! Also. play will begin Monday, 29 April Kelley Andy Sommer and Rich V *iew -
five circuits operating
With
.
if your plans do not include colf.e vck
]
to have playedeach
)(- then these classes] will\ give plans games at 1700 The first man up in the sixth Inning
week starting
day
opportunity to learn two for the Raiders was Jim Cod-
you of the an most important subjects Each league will play the same I dington, who belted one of Bill
which will
week giveeach I
night every
taught the first year. L.rt'martie'a choice offerings over
week. Late
Vihaps more important still, if outfit a game a the fence for a home run -
chow will le served to the ball
you are going to stain the Navy e\'c r, the 1.7. of Florida scored two
Mathematics and English will help players up until 1900 more runs in the last of the sixth
formed
You will find that writing reItrts Two leagues have been and another pair in the seventh to
you A'iation'Fundamentas
benefit of the
for the
and solving problems are lake a five to two lead
] School These two
two activities very 'haral'lensllC I Then cam, the big eighth inning -
will be named the American
And the better you leagues Jim Coddington opened with
of the Nav\ .
work he would be required to accomplish and National Games in these
will two and Dan Lesage, Lea
faster
do them the you a. bagger
can If attached to an operating two leagues will\ be played on I followed
get ahead squad on either land or sea Thursday and Friday respectively] Ra&mussen, Rutigliano
I I with singles to all but sink the
The land plane training (coven A third league has been formed' Gator team .
actual experience in spotting o Ir for Ship's Company teams with'
Av. Fund. School I Out on the mound it was little
parking (carrier type planes on i a games on, 1'ednesdaysAn Independent Stuart Miller that really looked

flight deck, methods of movmf; fSHlPS League will play games good, Miller allowed one hit in the
,
Totals 745 Grads. planes from carrier decks to hen. I each Monday while the Officers Iwu innings he twirled and struck
taxing i will action on Tuesdays I
gar spare on lower decks League see out the first four hitters he faced
Last Friday the seventh class signals for aiding a pilot to mo i e However the officers will\ Kyle Crawford also turned in a

from Aviation FundamentalS his plane Into the chocks or tax not open the season until a later fine job in the three innings he

<'lu>ol was graduated which brings out to the field, also the proper: COMPANY PROFILES pitched, After having trouble finding -
date.All
nit total of graduates to 745 since methods of tying a plane down, teams' will be notified as to the plate in the first stanza,

the first class started instruvtion.n which is an important portion of Donald] Delegal] PhMU, USN I the starting time of their game by Crawford settled down to deal] out
( 3 December 1945 their training. A freak wind ('an' '
in Medics IIfiI a Lt. Kelley.Below
___'u_,__,_.. ,, .,=, toss tied plane around bt'lal'his: career ] i a string of goose eggs to the FlorIda -
poorly civilian] ambulance driver but I are listed the five leaguesand hitters.

like a cork and also damage (othe: when he I:ame to the Navy he got the teams they' are composedof I Andy Sommer slammed out

aircraft in the vicinity right in to Sick Bay and halO been : I II three hits In five times at tat to

Seaplanes are still necessary' tithe there ever since I American. \ league walk off with hitting honors. Jim

Naand the old reliable In January 1912, Delegal enlisted B", ,,irkfHtirr.ck 1:1:, At ) Hnrrmkii l U I AMAh Coddington collected two extra

IBIs still around So all hand: ___._._ ______ u 'I I HHrrmkv 1 1' I IAFI"I
u. .dike ,I' ,IAl"I Hnrihcl-t 1(> of of work
get: plenty opportunity National League Dan Lesage and Mel Smith also

ing with the PBY and also i a Pur,MikfI' Ah. H.ri.Ik. 2" Ah"IH banged out a pair of hits.
IBM There is instruction in the ......< kt it Ah i Hnrmrkt .it lAhl Ron Score if Initrrtiljr if Florida (;time
use of small boats for aiding in far "ik, .t IA'I, HKiniku lALMl. I IIndeiwndent II>A'rrC 0H It 1'0 A. R.
zr"j mooring and regaining, loving and | League lt....ri lib) i II b 2 0
P.rrrek. S AOMlHl TKIIlM.i. nHHr (tIII"wtCon, (rO i I a a .
handling drifting planes Proper) 'HU ,. AOMiAl' 'rLTJ' viHinHnmrU LP."lle I leI) b 2 4 a 0
method of securing after beachedto ''f.Ah', TAllMimtn I.mll..n 13b\ b 1 I 1 0lutiitltenn )
a catapult to u buoy, and an Miip: C4>mpanv' LeagueMmnlfi IIf) 6 I 1 0 0
I'umm..r CrO I. I II a)
horng Method of towing w.il urn M4>i'(ki|"'rMUM.
:milh (..) 4 a a 2 1
a'I l> \
I.k. HMnimrL'tburtinv
a tractor, a small boat and by i a tr A PT (,n...|) C ntrol PMI "... >.yrk lib) b I t 0 1're.ford
ship The correct methods of <)fh *r'fi league I 11') I 1/ II II 0
MII..r, 1 0 II 0 a
beaching, and the procedure for: Student (lffi,'"rtrh II'I
Mm 5'I'i I Hiker II'l ) 0 0) II \I S
cleaning the hull of foreign articles <..,U C'hirftThe ,AI\ft (Ifll I II II Z 1
-- O'ChxdwiikJnrinkoviik 0 "I 0 I 0 0
crasVrecovery Marines! needed men and Delpgal ]- I (p) 0 I 0 CI .
latest equipment for ,
The < .
selected to to New -- -
wu
go
at sea and ashore is!! dem I River North Carolina, where he I II Tit.U 42 IS !'I J2 IU
cnstrated Improper securing I of >'LAirndv AR It Iii A EIi.
x o WM attached-to the 21st Marine |4..1| a 0 I 1 a
at recoveringa I
points in attempts N Regiment From there to Camp I ump (2blf 2.. II a 0Ixnrh.r
crash can destroy all chances ol ,. 1 1 .
I Elliott San Diego, California, and I (2b ) 1 II
salvaging still ble't'quipmfnt.. 1,11t .t" (UtM-l I S 1 1 1 I"n".I.
ie was with the Third Marine Division \' las Ilbl b 1 III I alain
so all the correct securing pointsare : Third Medical Battalicn : (Or. b.21) d 1 1 1 0
explained. There is an evei In which he saw all kinds of ac- otmakMif) 4 0 I e) 0
r present danger around crashes, I I I r."o Crn 5 1 a 0 a
and all students are carefully in ..ion u.re. (\tl) I fI U 0 a
They saw action on Guadalcanal "Utihn (If) fI II II \I 0
I
strutted in handling thfm8.lveswhile Bougainville Guam and the ('.om"rtie (II') 5 1 CI 4 a.
recovering planes.Soon ] --
the student will be getting Mar halls. Delegal was so busy I T< ti.it. as s 27 12 1ol.d
alii tn taking care of the men being for toin in Pth.
much more valuable] experience. d I Ml 0.0, ) II
t from the front lines he I ]I;.ATTl I'III
the VM squadron of NAS-SE'a.1 ,p), irouoght U. of H.A, HO/ ("'2 'IIII.
allow students ('yen wishes sometimes that he I Run.: l'u.\.Iinjl'ton\ 2. I...MIICV. RiixnniH-
to our
planes. is!!I going i was back home In St. Petersburg; ."", itlnliHno Vmrnt-r 2, t milri. C.HIIPTKVO ,
to assist in actually working I! I Florida, driving the old ambu-I Surer 2 .nd Cromitrtip. Two II'..
with an operating squadron 01PBM's. I HII: Sommer. ".r'lrk awl lC.MhIC'tOil. : ,
The who make Seaman in the U. S. Navy and was anceDelegal. I II Three B... Hit.: rom..ti. Home
men I I sent to Norfolk Virginia, for Boot I ] landed in San Franciscoeptember I II Runl: C'odd nKton,. Molen hue: L -.""..,
in AV FUND really
r First Camp. He went out as a Hospital lim, and was sent to utiiilmno Did i-bmmt-r.. hiss on Hull",
earn It. I I off' Cmwford II, off walker 2. off Ix"'tr
+t av? Qualification fur ATM: Apprentice striker and has workedhis ATTC, Jacksonville) Florida] He 4. off Crom.rt I. H,tl: off rnwfof.l
Aviation Electronic way up to his present rate. : vent to work at NATTC Dispenary 2 In S. off Miller I In 2, off Walker 1 i*
AETM --- The Naval Hospital, Jacksonille !! and is still working there. I 2/3, off Lonir I In 1 .nd 2/.. off Mann,
Technicians Mate. Heres a new I I : wick 0 in 2. Hit by Pitcher: Slyer' Khiw-
cr rate for the average gob, and the \' Florida, was his first duty >eegal) is! married has two ('hu-I inker end \mighn Wild Pitch, Murinkock -
fancy name replacing the ARM I I I which lasted only three months Iren and lives here on the base I Time of ir.me, a'Ofi.I .

and the ART. They take care of
our radio radar and electronic'equipment PLAY u. or FLORIDA HERE TODAY I

interesting I, ...L ... _
; leally a'E'ry i r< t n v i i i i M .
rate tequiring a man who likes I

to learn about the newest electronic ,

gadgets. The Navy ART swapped -

over to AETM automatically

but the ARM will have to go to a

school being established at Corpus

Christi and learn the latest about

repair and installation of Radar -

and electronic equipment
The class A School la still in the

I process of geting set-up but is to

-The Honor Man from this. class t>e in operation about the 3rd of

was Robert M Belless Jr, top, lune It will be at Corpus Christi,

son of Mr and Mrs. Robert MBelless ind of 28 weeks duration. The

Davenport, Iowa. GeorgeM )qualifications are not published as
of Mrs. Edith M, .et, but probably will be about the
Vahsen, son > f .. .. .
That '--- -- --
rate -"- -"'--- -
Vahsen, East Port Chester, Conn., 'lame as the old ART school mechinical THE 1048 NATTC Air Raider Baseball team, fresh from an 8-5 opening game win over Florida U
,
high
ar.d Stuart F Moyer, son of Mr. I vas preferably Front left to
have row (
background and above av hold up one of their practice sessions long enough to their picture snapped.

Margaret M Moyer, Reading, Pa. > GCT mark. As soon as we tight : Lesage, Long, Casino, Walker, Dorosett, Herd, Skaar, Rasmussen, Chadwick and Powers Sec

wire graduated.with. honors eceive rage THE WORD on) actual ond row: Coach Makeever, Smith, Coddington, Bryant, Crawford, Marinkovlck, Miller, Rutigliano

a stop I' and curriculum of Sommer, Vaerewyck, Hendeison, Ahearn, Moore, Jackson and Rose Back row Wilcox, Pipenbrink

circulation.Tight clothe The do tighter not the a clothing girl's- the juahficatlona school, It shall be pawed on to Stradley, Silverstien, Lape, Buckley, Dc iruler, Bearden, Pratt, Rummels, Van Dusen, Jansen, Cohen.

the more n. girl circulates. 'ou. Fuller)] ,, and Manager Lyle] Naffziger eR





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t SOFTBALL TAKES A BOW Fliers Win Twin BillFrom


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I II I Take Opener With Ease 4-0;

Win Nightcap In 5-4 Thriller


Bolstered by triumphs in both games of a doubleheaderwith

University of Florida last Saturday, the Jax NAS baseball

team leaves for Miami tomorrow to battle the Miami I.

Hurricanes on Friday and Saturday nights. Yesterday the

Fliers were scheduled to tangle with the Jax Terminal nineon

Mason Field.

-.p; in-i-th-e local squad In the
With the Scoreboard reading 4.3
twin
of
Saturday's
opening game
them the sailors came
against up
hurler John Meier.
bill was lanky
in the batter's box,
Meier pitched three hit ball to for their turn
and to take the ball
shut out the Gators 4-0, and only proceeded
In quick order, catcher Ed
once did he allow a man to reach game.
drew walk, Chris Ca
third base At that point, with a Lippeatt a
struck out and Llppeatt stole
man on first and third, and one gle
second. Then Pelligrinl got to first
away, Meier fanned the next two
on a walk thereby forcing Floridato
men who stepped in the batter'sbox
replace Stangy with Spicola, as
?".., to retire the side. Leading lost
the former had apparently
NAS In the swatting departmentwere
Bill DeMars, Bob Forbes, and control. DeMars then singled
s.SOl'T11.1LL. Chuck Shields. DeMars and Forbes right field scoring Llppeatt a

both got two for three while driving Pelligrinl to third. Shield*
Shields nabbed two bingles in his was the next man up, and Spicola!
chose to walk the heavy Flier hit
DeMars also
two trips to the plate.
ter. This loaded the bases, and put
scored three of the four runs
amassed by Lt. Lloyd Lux's club. Spicola in a hole. Left fielder Bill
Evans then drew another walk
into the
Florida threw a scare
locals in the nightcap, however, scoring Pelligrinl and winning the

I and before the Pliers knew what ball game, 5-4.

I was up, they were on the short end The box scores of the doubleheader -
of a 3-0 count going into the sixth with Florida follows:
i inning of a seven frame fracas. Bit!( Scores a( Double,Header
NAS AH H PO .i
I Hurler Jack Seidwitz held the college Pellegrini, rt 4 I 0 0
squad scoreless in the top of iH-Mars, s. 6 2 2 *
I I the sixth, and when the Fliers lorbra" l Ib 3 2 7 0Shields
cf 2 2 0 II
I came to bat they tied the score Clark rf. :8 0 I 0
via a three-run homer by center McCullmiith jb 3 1 8Feehan *
fielder Shields, his second of the 8b :S (ft 2 0
a 0 I IMl'i..r
Llppeatt. c
The Gators went ahead
season. p 8 I I 0
again in the last canto, when sec- -.
ond baseman Charles Brady Total 2T 9 17 7
e FLA. AH U PO A
U. Or
caught one off Seidwitz and poled Brady 2b 3 1 4 a
the pill out to right field for a Homey, ai 8 0 2 0
ciicuit blow. I, Testa, CVangitlai. I 0 0 2
HiCrumnrtl 8 \I Ii 0
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: LAKE CITY SQUAD I Sloan Forbes, 3b cfIlHniikas a a 0 0 0 I 2 0

-: t} ; rtManchester 2 I II (II
: : 2 0
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: DROPS LOCAL NAS .. ..
,> .... Totals 23 S U 8
!1 I NAS 120 0. 6uloridn
y
......... ....,.s 't ; "' ,, IN BOWLING MEETNAS .. ,. .. ." ..000 000 0. 0
.f" ., .. .. ,,' t, "'''':$' '.N'_ V""" Runs Pellegrini, Ik-Mars 8. Errors MCullouiih < .
got under way here last :Monday, with teams from both the Admiral's and Com- Lake City took the second I Brudley. Runs batted In. 1>...
I mandant's Leagues turning out In full regalia In the top photo, the officers teams representing IATU game of their bowling series with Man, bhlilds. Forbes 2. Two base hits. l>e-

and VSB No. 360, staged a thrilling duel with IATU coming out on top 7-5'. In the lower pic, the flashyU. NAS Jax last Monday, downingthe I I Mars rorbei Stolen McCullough.bases, Pellegrini TtouUla plays lpMal"lie,

S. Naval Hospital nine won their opener from the. VSB Radio shop, 16-7. Fliers 2480 to 2130 on the I! Mara to McCulloutth: IK Man to McCul
----- -. ----- ------ -- -- Lake City alleys.In I k ugh to Forbes. Left on bases, NAS 6,
Team Florida 3. Base on bnlla, off Meier 1, offManchester
Flashy Hospital
BARRACKS 713 RAPS the three game match, the 2. Strikeout, by Meier 4. by
Fliers were double winners, tak- Manchester 1. Hit by pitcher. by MeierTental.
ing the first game 833-811, and an- ( I. Wild pitches Meier. Passed" balls.

OUT 37-3 WIN IN Softball Has Big First nexing the third with an 832-819. I i Testa pitcher Winning, Manchester pitcher Umpire Meier., Carl Losing and

However, the locals lost the mid- Maxwell Tim 1:55.:
WAVES SOFTBALLWAVES dle match by 715-820, and that
Day; Ten Teams Turn Out score lost them the entire match NAS I'ellegrlnl rf AB 8 H 1 PO I A 0

softball began Tuesday. Leading the individual scorers eMars, ai a 1 I 2
and Judging by their tremendousfirst I Softball in the Admiral's and Commandant's Trophy were Jax bowlers Joe Iesse, Sic, Forbes, Ib a I 6 0

game win, the Softball swat- II Leagues got off to a fast start Monday, when ten teams tookto and Lt. Comdr. William Steinke. ),I Evans Shields,, IfMeCulloUKh eC a a 0 2 0 I 0 0

fers from Barracks 713 will be the the various diamonds at NAS in their quest for opening Both of the Flier pin-busters roll- I 2I. 3 0 2 0
team to beat in the new Intramural ed high games of 209, while Kesse reehan, 31} a 0 2 I
league. game wins. At each diamond a large crowd was on handto had high average for the evening I Rt'rn..r. e I 0 0 .0

Led by "Butch" Glover who got give their favorite clubs support. Game time is 1630. He bowled a 209 181, 161, for an SeldvitS.Lippeatt.I'e Z 0 8 0 2 0 1"Celle I

two doubles a home run and three The Hospital team caused an opening day sensation, average: of 185 I l' 1 0 0 I

triples in six times at bat, the gals when they appeared on the field '- Totals -28 -II -ti: -[.

from 713 swamped the outfit from with all of their players clad in U. Or M.\. All H PO A
Barracks 720 37-3! Other heavy bright yellow uniforms.In Brady, 2b S 3 Z 2
3 0 l a
hitters for 713 in their walkawaywin the Admiral's league, only one rests!loan oVangales 3b 4 0 2 G

were Eloise Petty who rap- game was played Monday, IATU IbCromartl a 1 7 0
ped out a round-tripper, a triple, grabbing a slim 7-5 victory over + If 4 1 I 0 0Forbes 0
3 0
and three singles in her six tripsto VSB No 360. IATU showed fine 0 RLNsAY-; Honey,, cfManchester IS 2 J 8 0
the plate, and Virginia Winkler, early season ball playing and at rt S..0 0 0
another girl who collected a circuit this writing it looks like VSB wiU Stanry, P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I

clout. Winkler also got two triples have to show improvement to keep Spicola. p -.
and a pair of bmgles in her six up with the classy IATU club. KS c3 3. Totals 28 7 It Ii
times at bat. The Commandant's league had *% ? wflT* -Batted for Berner In 7th. >

In the other game Tuesday, the four games on tap last Monday,, NAS-.Butted.. .. .. .for. ..Seidwlti... ..000 In 7th.001 tHoi 6
Naval Hospital nine won a forfeit with their games being played at Ida .. .. .. .. .. .110 010 14Runs Y
j; .
decision from Barracks 722. Fol- the power plant and the two fieldson .I; Pellegilnl. DeMars. ForbeiShields
Errors MeCullough
llraJy S
Llppeatt
lowing Is the 1916 WAVE Softball Mason Field." The Dispensary Rum batted in, Brady Z, Cro-

schedule. squad outscored the Radio Lab 9-6 By Frank Tours Sic martl honey, DeMars billed 3, Evnns.,
WAVES: Recreation and Welfare Department in their first tiff, and the Hospi Iwo base hits, Forbes, Home runs
Softball League-l 4f tal team coasted to a 11-7 win Most of the talk around the sports rialto lately consists fehieldft. Brndy Stolen bases Moan I.ippcatt .
}'lor.
N\S 2
Fvans. Left on bases.
Diamond No.Tuesday 1-llki.SO 71J April vi. 722. over the VSB Radio Shop at Ma of the Major League-Mexican League baseball row Yet Ida 4. Bases on balls off Seidwits 8. oft
Diamond No. -Bks.. 720 VI. Naval Hos son Field No. 2 diamond. The Marine right here at home a league versus league battle is being Stangy 8. off Spicola 2. oft Cagln 1.
Cagle 2, by
4. by
by Seldwlti
pital. Tuesday T Mar nine was another winner,, carried out with lots of gusto-we're talking about the fight Slangy Strikeouts 2. Hits, off Slangy 5 In ( 1-3 In-
Diamond No. l-Jjk. 720 vs. 722. squeezing out an 8-7 triumph over the All American Conference and the National inns off -Spicola In 2-3. off Sil.lwiti IIn
Diamond No. 2-Bks. 713 VI. Naval Hospital the O&G Magazine IATU contin between new 1-3 NVInnng pitcher Cngle. Losing
ued in its quest for the trophy title Pro Football League y pitcher. Spicola Umpires, Carr and Maxwell

Diamond No.Tuesday 1-Uka. U 713 Mar vs. 720 by beating the Parachute Loft It was rumored recently that a have the old zip to' Time_ 1.5_ ____
Diamond No. 2-tiki, tit va. Naval Hospital. outfit, 6-2. They looked good In National League club offered for- make the grade in big time
their triumph, and are conceded mer Irish grid great, Angelo Hertelll. ing, except for a few boys fight-I

Diamond, No.Tuendar 1-Hk.. 21 713 Mar va. 722. a strong contender for the first $25.000 if he would "jump"the tered here and there .
Diamond No. 2-Bk.. 720 va. Naval Hos- place position in the trophy race. Los Angeles team he had sign- cited the cases of Marty ,
pita). Lt Bernard McGarry, softball ed with, and play with them "Red" Cochrane, Gus Lesnevich, I

Diamond, No.Tuesday 1-Kka. 28 720 Mar va. 722. director, announced the addition olVPB (sounds just like the baseball war, and Lew Jenkins, all of whom have I
Diamond No. 2-Uka. 713 VI. Naval HoipiUl. in the Commandant's League doesn't it? ?) However, Bertelli shown up comparatively poor-
.The VPB team will replace ADU, elected to stay with the L. A. team ly after return from the wars ,
1. All games played on WAVES area- which was forced to drop out of -and he got a 1000 buck bonus for Bruce Woodcock, the British

2.1800.Diamond No. 1 located on corner Mus- the league because they couldn't signing The Chicago Bear'sexfullback heavyweight champ, arrived In the
tin and Enterprise, meet the time schedules. Norm Standlee, also U. S. April 15, to start preppingfor
Diamond. No. I located behind Building signed with the All American his bout with Tami Mauriello

723.Admiral's a Ensign Warren Geise boys, but the Bears don't have any May 20 4. Woodcock has brought. 4
apparent fears of the new league a fine record along with him, but
Trophy Has Shines In Track Meet -not with the team they've got If past performances of English

The University of Florida play signed up for next fall We champs are anything to go on, he'll
Change In ScoringA ed host to six track aggregationslast look for 'em to be at their tremen- go back, home a beaten boy .
Saturday 20 April. Ens. War- dous pre-war strength-it( hurts But in our opinion, the limey bat-

new twist in the race for the ren Giese, NAS physical training, just to think about all the power' tler, with punch, poise, and youthon

Admirals Trophy was revealed entered in three events and finished those Bears used to have!) his side, will show up very well
last week when it was announcedthat second in two of them. Louis-Conn in his visit to the states .
Arcel
teams in the league which Competing with tracksters from on No Illtt'rt'8tWhat'
had a man playing on the station Banana River, Green Cove Springs,,, Ray Arcel, the fight trainer who
basketball team would receive added the University of Florida, and MI- handled the NAS boxers for the ailing NAS baseball fans
points. As Lt. Whitey Tucker ami Ens. Giese grabbed a second] Golden Gloves finals, recently came this spring? All sick or sumpln'?

and Ens. T. S. Ary, were mem- in the shot put, a second In the up with the statement that "Joe Most of you evidently don't know
nine
bers of the team, the VSB squadIs discus throw, and a fourth in the Louis will have to kayo Billy Conn that you've got a fine Flier
and the
now entitled to two more points, broad jump In his one man "team"effort. early in their championship fight, representing you this year,
them out In front of their Mr. Giese was a memberof or else both of 'em will fall on attendance at the games on Ma-
putting their faces." Mr. Arcel also pointed son Field so far this year is far This Seat Takenf"t
league with a total of 36 points, last year's Flier football team, "Is
what it should be .
don't from
Instead of the announced 31. playing a first string end position. out that returning Gl's ,

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