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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: May 2, 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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Vol. 4-No.8 2 May, 1946

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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command



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

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V-E Day On 8 May




Noontime Program To Commemorate

i First Anniversary oi Nazi Defeat
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i NAS Jacksonville, along with the rest of America, will

: I' turn aside briefly from its daily tasks next Wednesday to

commemorate the first anniversary of V-E Day.

: I A program in keeping with the solemn yet joyful occasion -

g to of the station will be thrown open to the public, and they will
attend noontime --- .. -
I be invited to cer-
I emonies on the lawn in front of
the main administration building.
'zS I Highlighting the program will "
N 4 be a prayer for the war dead, and 1
for triumph of the principles ofI
I freedom and justice; a series of se- .1
I lections by the Air Station Band

honoring America's wartime allies; t
toI and a short address on the Navy's

t role in the European war by a
speaker to be announced later.

On Sunday, services at the Pro- tj
testant Chapel will mark the day

: with a special song and a prayer.
Kipling's Recessional, set to music j
by DeKoven, will be sung by the

A ""r e:i j \ 'i Choir, and a prayer for the war i
527.9f dead and of rededication of the liv- I
ing to the ideals for which the nation -
fought will be offered by
Chaplain W. R. Stevenson. I i
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The termination of European
hostilities was observed with little I
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CLB: SCOUTS OF TACK 181, JACKSONVILLE, had a big time visiting the Air Station last Sat- fanfare on this station last year
urday but their real thrill was inspecting Navy planes that helped bring Japan to her knees. And those The Jax Air News did prepare a
I youngsters know their planes as well as any sailor stationed here. In the above photo, the boys are special issue, using the "On to To-
CAPT. CLOUKEY
shown examining an SNB. Other events in their morning-long visit were boxing and diving exhibitionsand kyo" motto, to spur the Navy to
a demonstration of aviation gunnery. even greater efforts in the Pacific. i|
-- -- ------ Work was carried on as usual-I
No More Open Trunks it was just another day. TO LEAVE NAS
Five Awards pels were thrown open in the aft-

ernoon for prayer. But if any one Captain Rhodes

Passage Through Gate Are Given At one feeling of was rededication predominant to ,the it was job Will Be New A & R

ahead, a sort of silent pledge that Officer Here
Simplified By New RegsThere'll there would be no let-down in any
Inspection war against our Pacific enemv. Captain Malcolm M. Cloukey

be no more yawning trunk compartments on A special celebration on V-E USN, Assembly and Repair Of-
morning was cancelled when a ficer here for the past 20 months,
cars leaving NAS. I Five naval and Marine Corps shower of rain made the band- will leave NAS Jacksonville about
The elimination of the requirement that trunk compart- personnel were honored at Captain's stand untenable. the end of June for an assignmentwith

ment doors must be wide-open on cars owned by civilian em- Inspection last Saturday This year thoughts will turn to the Inspection Division the
ployees or enlisted personnel during exit from the stationwas when they were presented awards the thousands who died for a Bureau of Aeronautics in Wash-
A R. Com-
by Captain Brady,
cause they believed in, from the ington, it was learned yesterday.He .
the major change incorporated in a revision of gate regulations manding Officer of NAS. hot shores of North Africa, where will be succeeded by Captain

announced this week in -directed--by-the Marine--Guard-- Captain Malcolm M. Cloukey, the Navy spearheaded the Inva- Braxton Rhodes, who served as A

Station Order No. 946. Cars driven by officers or their USN, officer in charge of the As- sion at Casablanca in November & R officer at the Naval Air Sta-

However, all passenger vehicles dependents, officers' guests, hospital sembly and Repair Department at of 1942, to the crossings of the : tion once before, from 1941 to
driven by enlisted personnel or visitors, general visitors, or civilians NAS, received the Navy Commend- Rhine in landing craft on the eve 1943, when the base was growing
their dependents, civil service em- having special passes are ation Ribbon. The citation reads: of final victory in Europe last into the major activity that it is
ployees, private employees busi- not normally subject to such spot "Performing his difficult and im- year. today. Captain Rhodes will report
ness representatives, dealers inspections, but may be inspectedat portant duties with efficiency and The Navy throughout the war here from his former post as ma-
agents, and tradesmen, and all time if ordered by the of- sound judgment, Captain Cloukey carried a heavy burden in the terial officer on the staff of Com-
any
trucks and trailers, are subject to ficer-of-the-day or other effected a major reorganization of West, transporting troops to mander, Fleet Air Wing, Seattle.
compe
a thorough spot Inspection at any tent authority.In ; his department, standardizing pro- scores of beachheads, and keeping Captain Cloukey served as an
time on entrance or exit without 1 cedures for the disassembly, overhaul them there with the heavy fire- enlisted man during World War I,
warning. During the inspection all general, the Station Order I sub-assembly and final as- power of hundreds of warships, Interrupting his college studies to
accupants will normally be requir- outlines the requirements for en- sembly of aircraft, engines and ranging from rocket craft to battleships enter the Navy as an apprentice
out of the vehicle, and trance and exit for service per- equipment."
step cessory seaman in April, 1917. He served
the driver will be required to open sonnel, dependents, civilian em- William F. Venable, aC-1 Scores of escort carriers and aboard a destroyer in the Atlantic
the trunk hood, ployees, guests, and visitors whether USNR, was presented with
glove compart- DE's fought the German Uboatson Fleet, and rose to signal quarter-
ment, and remove seats, floor cov- in busses, private automobiles, I Distinguished Flying Cross and' the high seas, and patrolling master, first class, when he received
erings, or anything else as may be or walking. i Gold Star in lieu of a fifth Air I Navy Liberator planes ranged over a special discharge in January
The order pointed out that gen- Medal for extraordinary achieve-
wide expanses of the Atlantic on 1919
eral visiting is only permitted on ment and for distinguishing him-
similar missions.
PUBINFO HEAD After completing his formal education
and between the
Sundays holidays
self by meritorious acts while
par- Attack transports landing ships
he returned to the
hours of 1000 and 1600. Free ac- Navy in
,, ticipating in aerial attack as radar l"ourj
,A'jPaBP81. Pa p Continued on Page Continued Page Two
on
Continued on Page Two
operator in a Navy patrol bomberoff
o > the coast of the Japanese Em- FORMATION FLYING I
pire on 31 May 1915.
S- S USO OFFERS FREE William N. Peek, ACMM, USN
0 Continued on Page Four
DRESSING ROOMSAT

JAX BEACHESSailors WE TAKE A BOW I ,. .; t

Recently the Officer in k sr
and WAVES at NAS
Charge of the U. S. Navy Recruiting -
r were cautioned this week the
by
.Station. Richmond, Va. .
Shore Patrol in Jacksonvillethat
F'Y uniform regulations asked for a number of copies of $k
applyat
the Jax Air News to be shown
all of the beaches in Duval
men applying for enlistment in
a County.A '
the Navy. He also asked to be
USO is located at Jackson-
placed on the Air News mailing I
ville Beach, just a block and a
list Naturally, we obliged.
half from the roller coaster at
Last week Captain Anthony
70 Second Street that
can ac- R. Brady, Commanding Officer,
commodate 1100 I
persons daily
received the following letter:
for changing from uniforms to
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swimming attire. In addition to
were received this date and .
CAPTAIN Walter C. Win-
I this service offered to military
gard, USN, above, took up the personnel and civilians (ex-ser- were greatly appreciated."The .
Officer in Charge wishes -
duties of NAATC public infor-
I vice personnel and wives), theyare
to thank the Naval Air Sta-
mation officer last week. It wasa equipped to check all valu-
tion, Jacksonville, Florida, for
return to familiar places for ables for safekeeping and to
these and the future editions to
who attachedto Y
the captain was store whatever
the OS training squadron here ,i wish,to check. gear you may come, and to congratulate thepaper's __.......00.. ._m.__ ._.." .m ....,, _
from November, 1910, to Sep- The USO also has available staff on the evidenced
FANCY FLYING
and
enthusiasm, ability, and good tricky aerial maneuvers will soon be
tember, 1942. During the war he shower facilities, a snack bar, taste. In particular, it is.to. be executed by a U. S. Navy Flight Exhibition Team established last
Atlantic
saw duty in both the writing and game room that all hoped that the use of photo- week in the Naval Air Advanced Training Command. Unlike the

and Pacific theaters was service personnel are urged to graphs, especially of men and formation pictured above, however, the team will use F6F-5s. The
manding officer of Air com-I use. Dances are held on Thurs- station scenes, is continued. team will represent the Navy at air shows and similar events. Name
executive officer and later day and Friday night for those L. II. Miller." of the team pilots, resident flight instructors of IATU, will be announced *
manding officer of the who wish to attend. next week.



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I 75,000th DISCHARGES _______ I

j ..!/1 tf[t iris g Repoler


f spy vE By Lois A. Leser, Ylc I

QUESTION} : Name your specifications for 9 really slidi. .

= Ity Lois A. Lewer, Tic chick that you'd like to date.
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"Leave those sleeves alone.
WAVES," is a hint directed to the i it
WAVE officers who found them-
selves in somewhat of a dilemma

when the new uniform regs were
published in last week's Air News.
To clarify the situation, the short
sleeved shirt is prohibited but for

males only-so you can put the
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sewing machine away

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Life in the peace-time Navy for
WAVES is beginning to look more
rr and more like old boot-camp day
-yes, we're talking about the barracks -
detail that has been assigned --

to the various rooms. With the I T. L. MORRIS, MoMMlc, San Fernando, Calif.

cutting down of everything else. Well, my; doggin days are over now, but I spent 47
; the hired help around the barrack and when I back I didn't what
has also been sliced in two hencethe months overseas got care
/ I necessity of the cleanup de I got hold of. I don't go in much for looks __I like personality

tail. When you stop to think of it. and plenty of it. That's what counts nine times out

} the daily sweeping ;you have to of ten. I've alwavs liked gals who have a lot of pep."
give the laundry or drying; room -
.. isn't near as bad as those back-
CURTIS S. CLAUSON, 21, of St. Petersburg Fla., receives his bending exercises you used to get
honorable discharge certificate from Captain M. M. DeVVolf, com- scrubbing the deck or cleaning the ,
ON DOY U SHE.OR7H .
manding officer of the Separation Center in a ceremony broadcastover bulkheads and baseboards at Hunter (
the Florida Network of the Mutual Broadcasting System last We'll just have to grin and 1T 1
Friday night. The special program commemorated the separation of bear it. .
the 75,000th: person at the SepCen here. The regular weekly "Just .
Call Me Mister" show wound up the same night after 11 consecutive
broadcasts. Someone had better donate an

--- alarm clock to the occupants o f
Rooms 2H and 215 in Barracks

Program Commemorates The 722, for they will be sleeping .
many a morning after: Fay Ket- ![ 4r i 1
chum gets discharged. We've decided ; 1

Discharge of 75 000th ManThe changed that to Faye's Fetchum name as could she, devotes be
,
a good ten minutes of her
75,000th: man to be released from the Personnel Separation time each morning to see that everyone
Center, Curtis S. Clauson, 21, coxswain received his discharge in a who should be is up. Our
ceremony broadcast over the Florida network of the Mutual Broad deepest thanks Faye.

casting System Friday night. 'a. L. WEIR, AUM2c, Indianapolis, Ind."That's .
Presentation of the honorable discharge certificate was made by Some scuttlebutt rounded up in' a question. I prefer a blonde, about five feet,
Captain M M. DeVVolf commanding officer of the Jacksonville Separation
Center as the closing feature --- Barracks: 720 by Katey-May includes six inches tall, and a good sport. I can't dance, so I don'tcare

of a special 15-minute: "Just Kwajalein Bougainville Guam, Twas good to see our old friend if she does or not. It's immaterial to me as to how

Call Me Mister" radio program.In Palau, Aitap, Hollandia Tinian Bessie Green again-and hubba much money I spend on her-I'll spend it if she's worthit.
connection with the special and Saipan. hubba, did she look sharp in those ."

broadcast Washington the disclosed Navy Departmentin that discharges Returned to the States in December civilian forgotten glad there rags.were We'd such almost colors R. J. ENDSLEJY, ARM2c, Hayward, Calif.

now toal approximately 1944, he was stationed "Give about five feet three inches
That's no lobster you've seen! me a gal weight
aboard the cruiser Fall Rh'er
and 2,225,000:that the throughout, well the nation aheadof I, at Newport heavy, R.. I. until the following walking through the barracks- around 123__ a dish that's slick, blonde preferred. I like
program only Peg Wallingford. It seems the talkative that makes conversation
schedule is about 74 per cent July, when he enrolled in type, one easily.
complete. the Navy divers' school at New I the sun would in Daytona is rather"hot warmor ? One that dances, drinksin other words, likes to do a
you say Peg !
Clausen, whose home Is St Petersburg London Conn. His last Navy duty NAS has been maintaining a lot of running around and isn't too expensive." ,
at the NAS divers' school.
was
Fla., entered the Navy in of WAVES
healthy crew lately as
November 1942. As a coxswainof The veteran plans to enter part the Dispensary has been'practical- HEY BABE! !
an assault control boat attached nership with a former shipmate in "y empty the last few weeks. WAlT uPi

to an attack transport, he par I the commercial diving business in Keep up the good record, gals .
ticipated in naval operations at St. Petersburg soon.
No matter what time of day. you
enter the barracks you'll usuallyfind
NATS PlanesGirdle Globe; "Mitch" on duty at the desk
; answering a hundred and one
I questions over the phone. We like

Outrank Commercial Lines that cheery smile.* of* hers. P


(SEA-Can you name the six I-- SNAFU has really been the adjective
biggest: U. S. airlines II I liberated from the Japs. A vital applied to the separation of
That would ,be a good jackpot I part of its work was evacuation the WAVES scheduled for discharge -
question if it weren't susceptibleto of thousands of casualties from on 2 May. And good rea
a lot of ifs and buts. For there combat areas. son. First they heard they were
are many variable factors to con Today NATS flies passengers, going to Miami and l leaving on
sider such! as cargo, and mail ((3,000 tons a JAXSON WOLFFE Sic Jacksonville
passengers cargo the second. Next it was like pickIng Fla.
month all in the Pacific and its
mail planes personnel and miles )
petals off a daisy-we're going "I'll take blonde
anything brunette redhead or
routes stretch over half the globe ,
besides combinations like
flown to Charleston; no :Miami; no,
cargo-miles and passengermiles.But -from the Solomons to a point on Charleston. And so on. As it is, even a wig. Give me one that's fast, voluptuous (sexy to

in any case you would lose the John River inside the Arctic Charleston won out-and instead ;you), and sultry, about five feet, two inches, to six feet

the money if you didn't name Circle and from the Atlantic I of taking off the first of this week, one that can see my point of view easily. Other qualifica-
around
the Western
NATS. China. Hemisphereto the girls won't be leaving until tions are plenty of money, a convertible, case of scotch,
The Naval Air Serv-
r+ Transport -Friday.but just We think sympathize of how nice with those you bourbon, and beer, besides being able to sing "Put the

a'V .R civics will feel when you do reach Blame On Mame" with that certain twist. TwangI! !!"
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f Commercial your goal. You know the saying .
I "All good things come to those FIRST STEP
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Bulletin who wait And wait And wait

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Bulletin will .be accepted aalil .|>*r* Ulied.
I FOR. Sat SALE MM Open Trunks

1 ironing board (nrvrr btte.IIn..hd l). Continued from Page One
imA Randolph, NAS.
v l 1 ...,. bed oicaiional; rbair. enmnrlUnikitchen cess to all but restricted areas will
4 + table, ""cr.00 Lol., 1 witbonrd be allowed the general public.It iiiir
muter and child a ton: U. R. M.
II..'..... 4714 Firewood Rd. .r.... J.j&' was also emphasized that buw
or Eat. "9. and firearms be
cameras may
'11I LaSalle. 2-door ,...!.., good rendition,
below OPA ...ling price; .ood buy at brought aboard by naval personnel e
I7M. ('('" Bry.a. USN (,.1.1 Eit. 5671. only if registered with the Yard
Airplane--American Eagle biplane with &. Officer and authorized in accord-
cylinder, M H,f. Ki"..., ...i..., HA*. 'ance with current directives. Civilians I
Inquire at 1221B Hancock St., NAS. after -
M 6 P. M. are not permitted to bring
Krminrtoa. triple-Wad electric. abater. 14. cameras or firearms on board the I
Slav.*, Ext. 2(4 or Insurance Office,
_" Bid*. Ml. station at any time except that
S Lady'a winter coat, Vlacb wool ..tin- special authorization mjiy be 1
Traipertt U Flight lined fur collar, .1.. 12. practically granted by the) Commanding Offi I
...w. reasonable. Mr*. Matthewi. tit.73S. .
Ice is among the world's giant air- cer.
lines in number of operating planes Officer' vnlforia. tiie i St, t white*. 1
tropical wonted 1 gr.... I cap cwavplete. A
((317), personnel ((17,000)), passen- ".,10... top. Its for all. Tel. 2- Capt. CloukeyContinued I
ger-miles per month ((60,000,000)), M2, .
ton-miles Complete. sets of bedroom, ItYimr roomnd
monthly (9,500,000),
kitchen furniture. K. r........, from Page OB* t
and total monthly mileage (3,500- Ouid1. .
SKV2r. 1440A St. Eat. N77.
000). In sheer size and scope of 1 .baby .,ib.. matt,..... and .|>rlr*. 134! 1923, enrolling for training as a 1.jITS
operation it outranks practicallyall I Cumberland. Kd.Furniture Naval Reserve aviator The I young
U. S. commercial lines. I for 3 rooma. l'I complete *, ensign returned to civil life again
will aril separately CumberlandRoad.
after winning his wings but by
I
When hostilities ended in August -
Portable Corona typewriter, Rood tondl- 1927 was back: in. the Navy for
1945 NATS was carrying almost ..
*i n; baby bamnet with stand; baby good. ,
40,000,000 ton-miles of cargo w.... K. J. Haley. MtM.le. 1142A Allerheny I
and passengers a month-several ,I Road.S During the war Captain don .
times the number Of commercial room of furniture, ........I.t. InrlwHnff key served as A A: It, Officer at TRUE that the
any Separation Center deserves the credit torgetting
ilitbe and curtain, I12i. 1257 Cumberland
Point R. I. from Octo-
,
Quonset! ,
carrier. Navy
back
personnel
Road. to civilian life but there's lots of work'
This tremendous organization GNU. floor furnace (CoJeman), McDanlet, ber, 1941 to September, 1943: at done before the separatees reach the SepCens. The processing
Ext. 8925:, Coco Solo from September 1943
with section of the
began a single operating WANTEDA personnel department handles one of the first stepson "
VR-1 activated 9 March until he succeeded Captain Ether- the road back and
squadron. I lectured here are Brent and
ride to far dUrliariree. 11 M" N P. Yount Y3c
942 at Norfolk Va. It soon pay day CIllo. up t. May 3*. Will -".,. I idge Grant here on 30 August Harold D. Graber Y3c seated checking the point of Glenn A. \
spread over the country and into .,.pl'n... peel I help drive. Leul.! J. K. 1944. Thompson Sic ()f Somerset, Pa., while Louis J. AMM3c,
.,... .. KopersXI,
Rox K. NA5. Jay cr .t. <70. '
the Pacific advancing<< its forward '4* ., '41 ear pay mode, seed tire. and ITir Bl.ltr.. NAMTD w .......... CTO 01iV?! Neb.;, and1nna :Marie. skor, SIc, of Be Moines, Iowa,
iea quarters as new lands were ...1... Cni: ..f Lumaye, liroviidl 'Trai. ...... L. W44. t await their'tura. ,, they have processed 7,019 people.!



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I Florida Chamber of Com- .
If merce would sure enough approve
f I of the Red Cross Beach Trips for IU SE ENT
patients. You see, they take tHese
trips rain or shine-and have :
.
I themselves a good time regardlessof i
: + the weather Who wouldn't have
,:' fun, though, with all )kinds of entertainment I'
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," a grand beach-a
I quick ride-and the kind of feed 1 1
that tastes best sprinkled with a
little beach sand anyway. Sign upon

your wards all you patients, 4 ''Li ,.
Y and get ready for the next beach

trip. MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

Many thanks to all those com- THURSDAY
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mittee members who turned'outand "REBECCA," with Joan Fontaine. Shows at 1730 and ZOOO\ j
# s changed the auditorium from FRIDAY ,

"' a 't.i ffi a nice big, plain room into a great "YANK IN LONDON," with Rex Homison Shows at 1730 and
ITS QUITE COMMONPLACE-to find a group of WAVES-pursuing ;: : big, Easter Basket for the dance I ZuOO. *
: different craft gathered around the same work table' at last week. The decorations were SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
the Craft Shop Busily working; on their different projects are left the best yet-the Sep Center Bandin I "DO YOU LOVE ME" starring Maureen O'Hara and Dick "'f
to right Sign Broch, SpY)3c( ) ; Jeanette Harry, AerM3c: Phyllis top form, and you never saw Haymes. Shows at 1430-1730 and 2000.MONDAY.
Poole CSpS( ); Lt. (jg) M L. Redon; and Lt Emma A. Duckstein.!. sandwiches and cakes disappear so ,
t "Surrey," the Craft Shop's pet duck, can' be seen in the foreground fast in your life. Requests have "TWO SMART PEOPLE," featuring Lucille Ball and John Hodiak.
pecking away at a strip of leather. been coming in for a combined bar- Shows at 1730 and 2000.
becue and dance for next month. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY"
Let's get to work on It! "
Ingenious WAVES and "BADMAN'S 2000. TERRITORY, with Randolph Scott. Shows at 1730

That's a really unique charac- 'THURSDAY"PIN

Create Gifts teristic Marion Matz, HAlc, .has UP GIRL," starring Betty Crable. Shows at 1730 and 2000.
From Clay developed as catcher for the
WAVES Softball team No matter STUDENT OFFICERS
who the pitcher is, or where the
Leather And Plexiglass"I pitched ball comes-she managesto THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
catch every one of them right "THE BRIDE WORE BOOTS," starring Barbara Stanwyck Showat
'never thought I could do itM"! smack in back of the plate, waist 2000 only.

These words have .been.heard time and time again at 'high, for a called strike. Maybe "THRILL SATURDAY" ,
the Phillies or the Athletics will OF ROMANCE, with Esther Williams Show at 2000
the WAVES Craft located in
,
Shop Building-710, as a girl only.
hear about it ? ? ?
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proudly displays her han iworl$_usually an article she never : SUNDAY

[before thought she could make. I Speaking of Softball- the Corpsmen "YANK IN LONDON." with Rex Homison. Show at 2000 only.

Created is the word for the work__ __ turner out_ _. hv_ thE_ continue to look better and MONDAY AND TUESDAY"DO
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p -- -- .u
YOU LOVE MB, starring Maureen O'Hara and Dick
WAVES, as many of the active -. --..- -- ("better, and turn In the kind of
Haymes.'Show at 2000
participants in this favorite Wel- I Poole has been attached to the 1 scores that prove It. The WAVES only.WEDNESDAY
fare pastime have never before shop since its inception and has team improves fast and is determined "
"TWO SMART PEOPLE, with Lucille Ball and John Hodiak.
worked with leather, plastics, I mastered all of the crafts. She is I to offer that up and com Show at 2000 only. .
shells: or the other crafts that are available for instruction and consultation ing bunch from Mainside some TIIUUSDAY"BADMAN'S
available. Lt. (jg) M. L. Redon has good competition. Better watch "
TERRITORY, with Scott Show
Randolph at 2000
Under the leadership of Lt. been working as a chief instruc- 1 both teams.
Comdr Katherine M, Rahl, who as tor following her appointment to c only.

a civilian was active in recreational the Welfare Department. I' The Red Cross dance for pa- OTHER EVENTS
work at the University of Chi The interest aroused in the va- 1 tients, "The May Festival," will be -
sago, the Craft Shop came into I rious crafts while a girl was in held on May 9th in the auditorium
ItASKIS.\LL-Mason Field Saturday, 4 May, Fliers vs. Sixteenth
being some six and a half months
I service, is being carried over into of the ship's Service Building. Re-
Fleet (Green Cove Springs) at 1400.
shortly after the station celebrated
ago
civilian life. These pastimes can freshments and the Sep Center
I Wednesday, 8 May, Fliers Fort Benning at 1615.
its fifth anniversary. It now vSf
I provide extra spending money Band, plus the "Rainbow Host
boasts Instruction work in leather. j through the sale of the finished I esses" will provide all the trimmings MODEL AIIU'LANt: CLUB will hold its second meeting at 000,
craft wood-burning and carving, products. So more and more people I for a good time. on 6 May, in building 726. Several models will be on display, and topicsfor
clay modeling, shell work, plexi I are finding this type hobby to be I discussion will be a workshop and flying All persons interestedare
glass, and the practical use of art profitable as well as pleasant I Look what we found in the Red welcome

strips: In the decoration of glasses, I I The Craft Shop is open from Cross program: "A SCAVENGER 1 I ;\1.UNSIDtLOUNGJoFormerly the Reception Center, located in
metal cigarette lighters and the 0900 to 2200 every day, including HUNT" Remember how much fun the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and their
like. I l I I Spjurday: and Sundays, and instruction I I they always were! Well, here's : guests from 1000 to 2200 dally
Nation-wide attention was given I is available from noon your chance-it's all planned for ,.; LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation' Building -
the items made by WAVES here on. Take our word for it, you'll tonight at 1900 in the Rec. Room I I No. 3. Open from 1100 to 1400 and from 1600 to 2100 Monday
at the National Asociation for I find it worth your while to pay ,, And along with the Scavenger' through Friday. Saturday from 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200
Health, Physical Education, and I them a visit and take advantakeof Hunt-Yep, you guessed it-feed to 2100.
Recreation Convention held at St. and fun, and girls, too. II
\ the various crafts offered
SWIMMING Indoor recreational
swimming pool, swimming,
Louis Missouri, the week of 9 to' I .
1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, Mon-Fri. 08001900. Sat. 1000-1900. Ssn.
I I
13 and attended Recent
April, by Comdr. marriage announcements 12001900.
Rahl. Miss Rahl took with her a'' VESPER HOUR PROVES coming from the Nurses' Quarters '
BOXING-For Information regarding wotkouts contact Lieut.
A.
craft exhibit to illustrate the types include: Ensign Kathleen E. Camden I
,' J, Rubino extension 593 or report to Mainside Mat alter 1500.
;
of handicraft articles that were POPULAR; WILL BE (NC) USNR, who was married
GOI.r Course from 1000 to 2030
made by adult women at NAS She |' on 6 April to Ens, Paul G I open Monday through Saturday,
and 0800 to 2030 Sunday Golt clubs and balls available
CONTINUED INDEFINITELY on are at Golf
also served as a consultant and Richards, USNR; and Ens. Cather
discussion chairman at the con 'i I Wilmetine Ragan, who was House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course
vention. The Vesper Hour picnic held married on 21 April to Mr. Larry ANCHORAGE-Open dally to Unlisted personnel (with liberty
Had the shop been started earlier I I las Sunday evening generated I Jerome Coleman. Our best wishes cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason

in the WAVES program, many amazing enthusiasm among the to all four of you. 1 1Reporting ( !'ield.TEN
more crafts could have been insti t young people, according to the |I -Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
tuted. Much of the equipment now Chaplain's Department, and in for duty recently Ink Building No 726, and also on Mat ard (corner of Mustin and
\ available was provided through while it was thought that this were Lt. Comdr. Annie J. Peytress, I Yorktown Roads'OLLEYB..LL).
Navy welfare funds Among the would be the final event of the (NO) USN, and Ens Jeanne E. \ BADMINTON, TOUCH FOOTBALL-Officer per-
various items you'll find all sorts' Vesper Hour the overwhelming Parcels. Lt. Comdr Peytress | sonnel previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requestedto
interest shown resulted in decision meet at the issue room at noon daily for organized activities
A of tools including a jig saw, power a comes to this hospital from the i gear
emery wheel and buffer, dutch to continue the event. Hospital Ship TRANQUILITY, 1--------
., 1I SP (arriving on the scene) : "Seaman Smith swallowed his
Next Sunday the meeting will I
oven and vibro tools and Ens Parcels reports here from I
"Well, this is serious than I knife sir, and we've for
more operated
be held in the Small at
The idea of leather work was introduced Chapel USNH Treasure Island, .Calif. I
into the shop only a few ,, 1800. At that time concrete I figured. This window is broken on Zits recovery without success."

months ago, but has caught on i I plans for the future will be dis Ellen Wigglesworth PhMlc, I both sides." knife"Very" well Issue Smith another

quickly. Beautiful yet practical'' cussed. proved herself during my absence
items like purses, moccasins, belts i The Vesper Hour features a every bit as much of a 'columnist' I "Yes sit'-I used to be seen at
and wallets, have come into being program of worship, recreation apologies to Winchell, etc.) as the more first nights than any other I tried to kiss her by the milL
since then. At Christmas time over 'I' food, and good fellowship author of this bit of chatter. man in town." One starry summer night.
$too worth of shells were used for ,' i Therefore it only seems fair in the I "Oh, a dramatic critic, eh?" She shook her head and said,
colorful costume jewelry and place : Wave: "You wouldn't dare try future to take turn and turn aboutin "No, I was a bell boy in Niagara "No, not by a dam site."
cards Plexiglass has been fashion this if I were a man." writing It. After all, Win- I Falls"Laundry
ed into picture frames, bracelets, I S2c: "If you were a man 1' chell has a "Gal Friday" Anyhow, Sailor: "I can't see what keeps .
cigarette cases, plates, and dress. wouldn't want to," many thanks "Friday" for turningIn I sign: "We don't mangle you girls from freezing."
ing table doodads. In the majority I the Chatter while I was gone your clothes with machinery-we Girl: "You're not supposed to!"
of cases, once a girl has success I Queston: What is the Mason .5. do it carefully by hand."
fully mastered one craft, she Dixon line? I The next USO Hospital Unit Wanted-A place to show her
wants to tackle another just to I Answer: It is the division be- comes on the 8th of May and car i "Was your friend shocked over wares by an antique lady with a
prove to herself that she can do it. tween "you all" and "all youse" j ries the catchy. title of "Pranksfor the death of his mother-in-law ?" Spanish chest and other odd,
Chief Specialist "S" Phyllis guys. Ranks, I I "Shocked! He was electrocuted things.
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I JAXSON WOLFFE. ESQ. "BLIND DATE" By Bob Jones I


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NOTHING DoNGSHL NUT TO THAT BLIND DATE a.. si
BABE THAT WANTS
1 P06ABLV LOOKS LIKC TUfT I LIKE TOPIC'" MY, i i4' ) i.

OATL TONIGHOWS > A WITCH, IM GOING IN OWN GIRLS 4

ABOUT 1 AND PICK UP ASLICKj 3

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I\ This is merely a suggestion for your pa- ,};{",_\ t\\... ,,' ; :" ': .h ::'.' .k.
"I
Office per which might be of some benefit. please ,,,"" $,,+ ,,. a >>,'" .,*. v. t)
{ Office of Public Information, Room 221 accept it as such. ." ">> h >;rt.. .:.; : ', ..' .1>' C3 ':;:-r..,M,
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Administration .. .". .
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1' How "' "I
about running weekly pictureone "
I Telephone Extension 8542 .;:,>;,,r ;" '''i! \ '
column cut preferred--of some enlisted : 4' ':1> ,' i; ,
Arthur M. Greene, Editor 1 ; :
man's wife or sweetheart (only prettyones : ( ,
Lt (ji) Eaten E. Spelft-ht. VSNR. Public Information OUter ?'
of course) with a brief sketch under- : I
the JAX AiR NEWS 1* published weekly at the u. S. :, : .
Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida by the Office of neath? The sketch should be done by some- .' 4" ,:.,;wa
Public Information at no expense to the government and In / .
one having a sense of humor as well as the .
compliant with Secnav Circular Letter 45-B26. 28 May 1945. A> ,
Copies are distributed tree of chars at the Naval Air ability to "play up" the girl concerned. ." i.l,'.\.
Station, the Naval Air Technical mining Center, the ::, '-!! .'
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command This feature proved highly successful on '"!4 ,"::. ,
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval an Army air base where I worked with the a';: \
Air Gunners' School, the U. S. Naval Hospital, and the PM 1
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Mayport. station newspaper-and it was known as the $
of the Week." :
Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN Commanding "Pin-Up i'
Jacksonville Naval Air Station Enlisted men especially liked the idea -

Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding since it gave them a chance to show off
Naval Air Technical Training Center their "fair ladies." Try it and see.

Captain Clarence J. Crown(MC) USN. Commanding Veronica E. Huss,
U. S. Naval Hospital
Aircraft Overhaul Insp. Office.

Captain Maurice M. DeWolf; USNR, Commanding EDITOR'S NOTE: We considered' Inaugurating
Naval Personnel Separation CenterLt. a feature of this kind many time. We even went

Col. Alexander A. Vandegrift, Jr., USMC Commanding BO far M to plan a contest with a trip to NAS oJax -
Marine Barracks as the prize. However, it was Impossible to workout
the details at the time and recent cuts Jn the : I : "j f)
Commander Robert Feddern, USNR, \
Naval Air Gunners School Commanding size of the paper, the number of cute, and personnel i \ ,
shortage on the staff would make it difficult to ,
Commander Howard E. Born, USN Commanding tart such a weekly feature now. If we receive 0'1. :2 I
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field a large number of requests from our readers for .

Commander: John B. Hula USNR, Commanding something like this, we might be Induced to give It ,
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mayport; a try just the same. Ml s ,
,
: v.
Capl. Marvin L. Seldel. USMCB. .1

Marine Aviation-Detachment; I Poetic License I I "I don't care how you used to swim back home in Hicksvillt,

ne :lAX AIR NEWS receive. Camp Newspaper Service eo put a suit on."
and Ship's Editorial Association material Republication -
of credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS. SPRING FEVER
War DepartmeniL :205 E. 42nd St.. N.Y.C.. or SEA Washington -
I 2i, D. CL Republication of any other matter, About this time of year SHELFWhether Station To
except by service publications, is prohibited without Nature strums I[ BOOK I
deftly
permission of Editor., JAX AIR NEWS. Continued from Page One
thousand
Upon a strings, ot\all descriptions cruisers and
And from each one there comes expert or beginner, it destroyers slipped in and out of

DiscriminationThe The vibrant pulsing tones fishing is one of your favorite Mediterranean trouble spots from

Of the rhapsody of Spring; sports you may be able to pick up Sicily to Anzio to the shores of

Jacksonville Journal took issue with It sort of stirs me up < some pointers from one, of the Southern France; and the greatest
numerous books on fishing in the array of ships the world had ever
the Jacksonville ;
City Council last week And makes me want to sing
over a Station Library. A recent additionto seen made the cross-channel inva-
resolution calling upon commanding officersof But first I've got to finish the collection, Lamonte's sion of France on the Normandy

Navy and Army installations in this area That yawn I started last Spring NORTH AMERICAN GAME beaches.It .
to issue orders FISHES is an authoritative and is to the valiant men who
banning servicemen from city M. McDermon, Supply Dept.
fought and died for home and
parks after 10 P. M. non-technical guide to fresh and
and ideals in these distant
country
salt water game fishes. Each species
In an editorial published last Thursday, : described is illustrated, manyIn spots that V-E Day aboard this

the Journal said: I color and notes on size distinguishing I station will be dedicated.
rain
01. "The resolution introduced in city 'council a characteristics, and .common a. S

this week which would names are included. Another I
call
local
upon manual for fishermen is FRESHWATER Five Awards
Navy officials to declare Jacksonville city ,j I 'News cnclVieuus f rnmStatvrBy FISHING by Shoemaker.,

parks 'off limits' for Navy personnel after 10 I This book gives a lot of general Continued from rage One

P. M., strikes us as being pretty arbitrary. information as well as detailed was presented the Air Medal for
There have been facts about different fresh water meritorious achievement in aerial
numerous misuses of the
fish and fishing equipment.In flight as a member of the crew of
dark and pleasant acres. But it does not seem Chaplain Frederick Olson SALT WATER FISHING, a U. S. naval aircraft engaged In

I right that the boys in blue should be singled Sympathy gives insight. Van Campen Heilner describes the escort and search patrols in the

.out and subjected to special limitations. different kinds of fish, tells whereto North Atlantic Area during the
Love discovers the secrets of life better
i or that the city government should take it go to find them, what kind ol winter of 1941 and 1912. His tech-
themselves to than indifference or despair. There is no ex- tackle and bait to use. This book :. nical skill and efficient performance -
upon request such limitationsof tant biography worth anything which is not also has numerous illustrations in of duty contributed material

Navy officials. the product of sympathy. Plato has given us color. ATLANTIC GAME FISHING ly to the success of these vital
"The city parks should be missions in effective
providing
to the pro-
open use by Farrington describes the
the and noble soul of Socrates and
majestic
and tection to valuable traversing -
enjoyment of any citizen at any hour, sport at different places along the convoys
subject of course to observance of the he has done so incomparably well because his coast from Nova Scotia and :Maineto I this area.
rulesof
heart beat the long, measured rhythm of jus- Florida, the Bahamas and Ber- The Legion of Merit was awarded
decent behaviour. It is the I
city's obligationto tice and wisdom with the heart of his be- muda. L. S. Caine writes of GAME to Commander James II. How-

see that these places are provided with loved teacher. The author of the Fourth FISH OF THE SOUTH AND HOW ard, Jr., USNR, for exceptionally
the necessary amount of policing and other TO CATCH THEM He describesthe meritorious conduct as a task unit
safeguards against indecent Gospel has framed for us a picture of the fish, gives methods of catching commander at Okinawa Gunto
or disturbing Master painted with colors of speech them and the record size from March to May of '1945. His

conduct. Let us see whether we cannot have that others have never matched ; vivid, caught, as well as other general great tactical skill, courage and

somewhat more regulation, instead of resort- lasting and revered because it was done information. perseverance with which he directed
,
ing to discriminatory of his task unit in
prohibition. ships
Bass fishermen of some expert I
in love and Copernicus Galileo
sympathy.
ence will find lots of illuminating I the expeditious and efficient
Newton, and Kepler have discovered the incidents and many useful tips in sweeping of mines from the chan

USO Fades In SavannahYou deepest meaning of the "stars in their I BASS FISHING by Jim Gasque.He nels contributed materially to the
courses" and have translated the eternal I discusses the fish, tells when, success of the Okinawa operation.
how and where to fish, and gives Tfc. Gabriel Marek, USMCR: re-
can really tell that things are get- truths into human life. tips on tackle, lines, and bait. In a ceived from Captain Brady an Elgin .
ting back to normal, peacetime routine. They were men intensely in love with the short but well illustrated book, watch, a ring and medal that

Even the USO is cutting down its "serviceto quest for truth, sympathetic with the handi- Rodman has limited himself to describing he won as the national amateUi
,
servicemen." work of God, and devoted to the upward STRIPED BASS heavyweight champion In the
WHERE, HOW AND WHEN TO Golden) Gloves Tournament held
march of What is true in the writ-
I After five years of operation, the USO in humanity. CATCH THEM. recently in New York.

Savannah ended its program with the clos- ing of biography and in the search of sci- Other books on fishing are available .
is true also of the artist painting the Chicago (SEA) Alimony delinquent'John -
ing of the YMCA and the NCCS Clubs and ence as well as several books of
the Travelers' Aid Troop-in-Transit Lounge business man in his trading, or the religiousin good fishing stories. Try GOING Jakubec refused release
"needsa
DISHING from jail because he
by Farson SURE YOU
it was announced by Director Glenn L. Juddin worshipping. CAN FISH by Major, LUCK IN rest." He told the Judge that Jailis

a letter to Captain Anthony R. Brady, Sympathy gives insight.It ALL WEATHER by Haines, or a great place-with fine fellows
Commanding Officer. Over two million serv- is always easy to criticize, to be disparaging HUNTING FISHING, AND for cellmates the peace and quietof

icemen and women have availed themselvesof or to be unsympathetic. During CAMPING by Anderson. After a penthouse and a cook who" is
"something out of this world.
the facilities offered by the eleven clubs the Twenties there developed a large groupof studying some of these you may
not have to
agree with Eugene
!. pseudo-scholars who engaged themselvesin
that have served in Savannah. Fields' conclusion
"That it always
{ "We wish to take this opportunity to express the largely worthless task of debunking is the biggest fish you catch that iuine-Srrpirs

to you, personally, and representatives history. They dragged out all the skeletonsin gets away!"

( of all service the closet, and manufactured a few extra .- .-- At the Station Chapel, Birmingham
at station
personnel past
your Road and Mnitin Arena
ones for the cupboards they found bare. One STAMP
HONORS
and present, our sincere appreciation of VETS Protestant
j your;:
0730-Holy Communion Chaplain E.
in one-sided
of these men was a typically
4 co-operation in, and wholehearted support W. Andrewa.0930NArTU .
conversation ""\\'ith President Coolidge. He Service Chaplain E.
, of, our program, Mr. Judd wrote. S Pti 7AC>Y YJ Yea W. Andrewa.
foibles of hu-
' : told the President of all the
Although the USO has closed its war- 104 S-Divine I Service-Chaplain Fran-
: : manity that had beset George Washingtonthat clu Lee Albert -
': time the Savannah YMCA is
program, ex- 1815-The Young. People's Vesper
vis- he had once told a lie, that he had Hour-Small l Chapel
all of to
tending privileges membership
Divine Hervirea for Colored Fersonntltliaildina
iting servicemen. false teeth and a wig, was disfigured by a u& '

j pocked complexion, and fought so firmly in 1430: -Chaplain U. C. Gilbert.
Sunday Small Chapel 1
the Revolution not so much for democracy as 0930-' RrhiLhc. Gilbert, I ,

J Retail Businesses Preferred for his large estates. Coolidge listened gran- 0430-Mu.s. .!hoUr' !.!St

f ite-like. Then rising from his desk he walkedto OHIO OH3MuM Man., i

(SEA-In) striking out on their own, the window in his White House office, 1100--11Kh M" .'

( 46.8 percent of veterans prefer retail businesses drew back the shade, and looking out re- 1700-Mati.hrlitian Science Service

\ such as household appliance and radioshops marked, "Well, I see the monument is still 1100-bundayi Small lhaptl.
An Outdoor Nursery for mull children -
apparel stores, and filling stations, a there." Is maintain between 0930
, reveals. gives insight. and 1200. 'I I'Weekday
U. S. Commerce Department survey Sympathy HONORING THOSE Religious Service
r
Service i establishments, manufacturing, The church is still here, too. Its concernis ; JtvUh KelicioHi Nervier! andFellowship

wholesaling, construction, and contracting with God's creation, with life. If you love 1800- .Friday In the Small Hour l Chapel .

hold some interest, but the average veteran life and I think you do, come to it with sym 1000 .Wednesday Latter Day -Mutual Saints Service Meeting. In '

likes small investment enterprises and pathy. You will discover its' secrets of life This special three-cent stamp Small Chnprl.

little special better than with indifference and despair. tribute to World War II "ttrus'will Young Hen'i Bible; .. _.
"those demanding relatively be toned 1830-Thursday Jn Small Chl>*l-*
on 9 May E.
llilL" ''Sympathy gives insight. Ca)1lor.



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May, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five



" : BUSY PLACE ETHEL SHANAHANTRANSFERRED


ISUP'v1rr TO



.i4; j SALLI ES PHILADELPHIAMrs.


Ethel Shanahan, Public
Works reporter for the last 18

months, was transferred from this .
By Clara E. Speer !
I Station on Tuesday Mrs. Virginia
Not even :Mark Twain could have Walpole, secretary to the chief

desired anything done about our clerk at Public Works, is taking

weather on Easter Sunday so over her reporting duties
Supplyites were observed at
many In those hectic months Immedi-
sunrise and other church services
ately following the bombing of
.i' throughout the. city arrayed in
,
Pearl Harbor Mrs. Shanahan of-
their newest fineryThe Gordon : ,
.. !
fered her services to the Naval
J" Reedys missed Leola Jones'iwedding
I Air Station in the capacity of a
: Easter Sunday by going I
artist. Her duties
\ .. v >. to the wrong church! Anna' camouflage en-
ra. .. I Ioft" tailed drafting and compilation of
: ; Falrcloth (public voucher) "took
NJ concealment for the
required erec-
'- ;" \ for the farm at Gainesvilleand
tion and construction of nettingand
:: .. returned heavily laden with
/< .. ..
: build-
.. screens, excrescences on
.... spring lettuce, cabbage, fresh eggs
<.T ings, decoys, and pattern paintingof
-and Easter lilies tor Katherine
.. ... .j\ airfields.
.
: -. Cox, who is still confined to River-

w" -...,' ..., side Hospital Mary Helen
.. "
'. If!,':Y < -.I'to>> "' 1 1.I Muiphy (receiving) was all "aflutter" -
,; over the arrival of her

a ,>j'ri. : t ..,.:,- "Buddy" for the holidaysEasterfound
... . l ,>,;,," .' Irene Volker (follow-up)
,. : and her husband Silver
visiting
t : .
1; J. {1! Springs. By the way, Irene is

'1'. >" "'J ;/ :::>? wearing a sad and pensive look
t" "<'$-. /1' these days as her husband is to be
iI ,'",' :."'... J ". \ separated soon, and they will haveto

.. '!! '' '< ; leave the Land of Sunshine for

.. : the rugged Middle West Ophelia m
:
t
: 'k. 'f .,\<" .;:,.,.. Sapp (stock control) enjoyedsun
t J: t J ;' bathing at Fernandina Beach sLater
:
-. ,. .."i:....,... Marvin Highsmith (award)
spent Easter in Tampa Gus-
ONE OF THE BUSIEST in the and is the di-
OFFICES Supply Accounting Department shipping sie Campbell (yard delivery) en-
vision. From this office are directed the movements of approximately 550 shipments weekly. Shown joyed having her son, Olin K.
,
here are William Rountree, storekeeper; John Conrad, supervisor shipping division; William Potts, Campbell, Sic, now stationed at x

I traffic clerk; and packers Kermit L. Jones and Harry Reeves. All, except Reeves are returned veterans Charleston, S. C|, spend the holidays -

i who resumed their former duties in this department following their military furloughs. with her Musette Neville .

.. (stock control) Had a sudden urge '

,,-.- INSIDE --I to attend Good Friday services at : ,
-
--- the chapel on the station. Realiz-

ffHE ing that she had worn no hat, she
i. PUBLIC WORKS proceeded to improvise one out of \

_f wrapping paper and fresh flowers.
I -=- = AROUNDA&R By Virginia K. Walpole Schiaparelli has nothing on her in

Public Works said good-bye this:, the creation of Easter bonnets!

', week to Mrs Ethel M. Shanahan, We all regret to learn of Ken-

who has written this column for neth McDufne's recent heart attack -. -- -

: Administration and Personnel new and major assignment. quite some time. Mrs. Shanahan We hope to see his ever- she .did general drafting

By Wood-This week at A & R has: Others in this highly profes transferred to the'Aviation Sup I pleasant face back with us soon work, and as a collateral duty, interior -
sional office are: Commander C F ply Depot, at Philadelphia as an Shipping division welcomes decorating, She was often
been basket with
like
an upset.fruit Fisher, Lt. C. H. Carter, Lt. R. W: illustrator for the catalog division, I. back to the fold Remer Y. Touch- called by various depart-
upon
all the that have
many changes Slicton, Lt (jg) A M. Arnold Lt and we wish her the best of luck ton, who served as Ylc with the ments to assist In the decorationof
taken Two sections of
5 place. plan (jg) Dutton Biggs, Lt. (jg) W. G, Mr. Frank McKinley of Maintenance 1 Navy in the Atlantic theatre buildings or portions of buildings -
former I
division moved to the
ning vocational office to make' \Nhitney. James Sawyer is plan has sufferd an eight-inch Yard delivery is'glad to have their The Mainside Lounge, for-
training engineer and Earl Pardue, mechanIcal chest expansion this week and was ranks joined by William Ratliff merly known as the Reception

room for the division.expansion Two of additional the engineering ,. engineer; while Jack Silver observed passing out cigars be and Nathan Abrams, who spent Center, is one of her products.In .
I Nick Pulignano, Francis Eggert, cause of the birth of Katherine three and a half years overseas in "*
new offices have been established R E. Chote, A. L. Kolbe, and W Ann McKinley on April 24th. It the Navy while requisition and addition to everything else,
for the planning division officer G, Burch are aeronautical engineers seems that Mr. McKinley has wait order supply is happy to have an- Mrs. Shanahan devoted much timeto
and senior supervisor. Class 265 and draftsmen. Others in the ed a long time for the latest addition other veteran Joe Namey. They personal problems within her
schedules of planning division will Efea who transferred department. She was also a mem-
his
office are Harlow Sutter, Fred so perhaps that explains arelssln& Berry,
the former offices of the ber of the shop committee.
occupy Clyne, Paul Carmen, H. Curtis, extreme delight. to the Naval Air Station at
division officer and senior supervi Mrs. Shanahan will be an illus-
Miami, and Betty Carroll, who is
and
Lois Partin Libbya Boyett, Mrs. Margaret Counhan has recently -
trator for the catalcg division of
sor.Chief who is also the engineering divi joined the department, in'' resuming duties as a housewife.
Aviation Supply in Philadelphia,
Hammer returned from a sion reporter. the housing office. Barbara Faulkner Inspection report section honored -
long vacation this week to resume who has tried to keep the soul Virginia Broughton with a Pa. Her two young daughters will
g his duties in the enlisted personnel and body of the housing office to- handkerchief shower. It was -a remain in Jacksonville until the
: office; relieving Chief Martin to what with Lt. Ferrett's progressive affair, starting with a end of their school year when they
gether,
( take his duties and dinner at a breathing will join their mother in the north.
up new responsibilities I GATE GOSSIPBetty I leaving, and all, heaved a sigh of Mayport
I; as vocational training relief over Mrs. Counihan's arrival spell afterward, and a grand finish
chief. Lt. (jg) Triplett, former special I which was heard clear to the Ad at the beach. It was an eveningof brother has just received his dis-

assistant to production superIntendent I interviewer for Building-she must be good! In : plenty of fun Our condol- charge from the Navy.FOOLOSOPIIVs .
McDowell,
was transferred to per- the same deal, the real estate divi- ences go to Frances Ditson (fol- Everyone can
Relations
sonnel this week as civilian per- the Industrial Depart sion was turned over to Mr. N. C. low-up'! ) in the recent loss of her give pleasure in some way. One
sonnel officer. He was relieved by ment for four and a half years,, Farmer, in design. grandfather Shorty Segal person may do it by coming into a

. Lt. Comdr. W H. Zschoche. Lt. left Corporation to work in for Atlanta the War, Ga.Assets. Mr. G. W. "Stony" Stanford, Jr. ((purchase) is happy that his room, and another by going out.

(jg) Humpal was transferred from has returned to the station after
aeronautical engineering to per- The person who said this was a
three and a half years in the
sonnel as assistant civilian person- small world was certainly right. Navy, and is now special assistantto
nel officer Miss Dorothy Dixon,, Dora Boatwright is proving it 1 the assistant public works officer -

former secretary to Mr. Sauer, without trouble. She is flying from Whether it's Mr. Stanford's

was transferred to personnel as Jacksonville to Los Angeles where wavy hair, or the fact that he is SAY. I'D LIKE TO > 's
secretary to Mrs. Gertrude Hutchinson she will take the Clipper to Pearl one of the few bachelor veteransto MEET THIS SISTER) IOP LUBUAGE A NATIVE\ EMPLOYED

leading personnel assist- Harbor. The reason for the trip to? return to department, we YOUW! ." :ee;, BY US. NAVY, MILITARY GOvTIN
married
.
ant.Miss Well, she is getting couldn't say, but,when he goes in J
will live in PALAU 'ISLANDS. DONATED
and '
of master files Frank Brookins file
Bertie Quina the file rooms and asks for a '
and records, is spending a few Honolulu Veda Gable left with the three young ladies therein almost "':; \ LIFE SAVINGS OF '100 TO

days vacation at her home on Tim- her husband to settle in New York knock each other down to .; ", 'i ::
uquana Road. Miss Mary Dunbar, State. Her husband is to be dis- wait on him. ..' .'. ... GOVt GOOD:..
statistical clerk, is taking a few charged from the Navy as soon as > > :?)

days leave to be with her nephew he returns from leave. .'

who Just returned from overseas. Lena Harper and Martha Pear- I WAKE UPSCREAMING : ,):: I 'b '. .

Mrs. Hester Killam, personnel son spent the week-end at the ,.:

clerk, is spending a few days with beach. Where is the sunburn,-girls? J \".:..LR..... ., t.:
,, A '
Alaba "
her husband's relatives in .' Emily Andrews went to the > "'" .WT

' ma. jetties to catch fish. She did get Babe Ruth's favorite story is of "
'
Plant Dh'blon-by I"lota-Mr. some fish, but ohl! what a beauty a sand lot baseball game that lasted NAVY BUDDIES\ SINCE jO"f.3"

W. W. Scott, plant division quar- ful burn she got while doing it. into late twilight. The trailing AND eECENTLY RETURNED TO 55'. i.

terman who was accompanied by Robert Knight, ex-Navy man, home team had finally managed to US i FRO\\ JAP PiaSON, WM.

Mickey Reese, E. O. division foreman surely gives the girls in Bldg. 450a fill the bases. Two men were out CUNNINGHAM.51c,ANI) .J.T.

to Cherry Point, N. C., on treat. He can't come near the and two strikes had been called on PRICE, MM2c,EACH MARRIEDHIS

official business, didn't think muchof place without being deafened by batter. At this crucial moment, BUDDY'S SISTER IN A \

Class B transportation. But nev- th girls' whistling John Eich- the pitcher and catcher of the rival DOUBLE\ WEDDING/

ertheless, they had the greatest ert, discharged Army man, has team held a conference: fHMNTHE
time of their lives while traveling r
ti welcomed into the file room
5."," '''S out there by train, bus and mule. been that "It's so dark, nobody can't see
and we mean
with open arms, nothin' said the "I'm -
finally pitcher. goIng STERN
they WILLY
When the mule gave up Marjorie McClary is
from literally to wind up and make believe SHOULD BE TUB
"I took the mud scutter the LEAs HO.COLONEL,
to department
another newt I'm[ throwin' the ball, but insteadI'll A1 TAO*
.. Wilson, N C., to Cherry Point. A6oOD5P01: I'U. TAKE THE
[ slip it to you now. After I go
FLANK
LEFT
has been on s'b
Doris Woods, who Talk about bathdaya and presents through the motions you pound
leave for two days, had a wonderful -you should see the tie G. your glove and pretend to make

time on Easter Sunday"Dot"at ((Gismo) Barker got for his. It is the catch." .55' b 'I'
Bowling Green, Florida. dots-and
of lightning,
a mixture The men retired to their positions -
blond secretary
Dickson, the pretty The latter was added at ,
sardines. and went through the elaborate -
to A if
has been transferred
he showed it off. We
the day The
sec- noon motions, as proposed.
R administrative personnel
are glad to have Margarie Putnam umpire peered over and bellowed:
tion. back with us after a month's ill- 'Str-r-ike three! You're out!"

Engineering by Boyett-With ness. She probably didn't share our At that decision the batter became -

all the conglomeration of seven feelings when she saw that work enraged. He pounded his baton DUE TO MANPOWER SHORTAGE/

foot drawing tables, drafting ma- piled high on'her desk, though the plate in a cry of frenzied L AT GUAM AIRPORT,AN ADMIRAL,
chines, drawings, blue prints, supervisor's -.+. injustice. "Strike!I" he wailed, A GENERALANDA COLONEL

desks, and file cabinets, Rochester (SEA-Navy) veteran that was no strike-It didn't come PUSHED POARDINS; LADDER

I all the draftsmen division and engineers finally Bert Graham was home from the within two feet of the plate!" AWAY FEO\\ DEPARTING

: formerly of plant room of the wars less than five hours when his PLAN OF W AVERlLt HARQINMl} \
moved to the drafting ,
mother-in-law gave birth to a Prosecutor: Where were you on
engineering division, in the front :<:: ENVOY TO RUSSIA..
Clarence daughter Not to be outdone by the night 6f May: 10th?
)t the building. Mr. wife remember where I
her own mother, Graham's Girl: I can't
Lamb, engineer, will be the super- I I at a cocktail t .
tour
was
visor over all the draftsmen. We gave birth to a daughter was-so guess CIOiO 11' "r6fl1"2 : -

wish to congratulate him on 'this ; hours later. party.



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AWARDS

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I'II I II V I;: '-" IUHAT TO DO! WHERE TO OOl \ -_-


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MOVIE SCHEDULE

TIlUltsUJOHNNY COMES FLYING HOME, with Richard ,1
Crane and Martha( Stewart. Shows at 1400 1800 and 2000. '
IK ID AY- GILDA starring Rita Hayworth: and Glen'Ford.. 1730
and 2000\ up
sATl'KIYGILDA.: starring: Rita Hayworth and Glen Ford.
Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000.
SUNDAY. CORNER with Lucille Ball and William Ben I
din; 1100 1730 and 2000. s : is
MONDAY: BRIDE WORE BOOTS, starring Barbara Stanwyckand up
Robert Cummings. 1400, 1800 and 2000. I 1.1i
.. TlTI'Sn.BRIDE WORE BOOTS, starring Barbara Stanwyckand
Robert Cummings. Shows at 1800 and 2000 only. i pw .yy ae my w ; Ra I
WEDNESDAY: PIN UP GIRL, starring Betty Grable.. Shows at
lift. 1800 and 2000.TIIUUSU .
,\\' YANK IN LONDON' with Anna Neagle, Rex Horntwn -

and Dean' Jagger. HOO, 1730 and 2000. -, has

'" THINGS TO DOABOARDBALLROOM I 111 .1fIJ '


DANCE CI.ASSEvery Monday and Wednesday at up
the Hostess House Beginners class 1900 to 2000. Advanced class, "
%O\)() to 2100.
No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between i

then hours I 'T .1)- :
SWIMMINGPool No. Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Offlc on

r", Couples, Family Groups--Children must be accompanied by parents f"i the
Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100.
Pool No. 2--For Male Personnel only-Enlisted and Officers Monday I
through Friday, 0900 to 1100, 1200 to 1400, 1500 to 1600 and 1700 ly
to :2100 Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. / has

I (.OI.-Statlon Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000 Open to all per. I r to
; 5onne!. Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Auditorium .,>.' risk
: Monday through Saturda-1000-1700; Sunday-1030 to 1700. I $

IK W LING --Six Alleys behind Ships Service available to all personnel I
Monday through Friday: 1000 to 2000; Saturday-1130 to 1730. r: 13
:
Free bowling( if you set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. I r ,: .,#
rD'InII'O \
in the organized band, I
MIN1OAnyone interested Joining( newly
Contact Randal at Barracks 13. AWARDED the Air Medal by Captain Ford N Taylor
Commanding, last Saturday during the Personnel Inspection Is
balls available at Physical Training Bldg
1ENNIS: : -Racquets and Melvin A. Burgess AOM2c, who is a student in the AOMB) School.He .
:513. received this award for meritorious acts while participating in
IIOVIT.vS HOUSE:-Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sun aerial flight In connection with military opera tons aganst the enemy
day 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. in the Western Pacific combat area from 5 April, 191 5 to 12 June. the
NATTC LIBKAKY-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through 1915. '
["rid jy-09 JO to 2100; Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100.ATIIIJ01IC Below is Howard L. Crouch, AOM2c receiving the Air Medal :
tiEAK: .-Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training for distinguishing himself by meritorious acts while participating in
Department Bldg. 513. aerial flights in operations against the enemy on Nansei( Shoto and I 3c,
Kyushu. As gunner and radioman of a carrier based plane duringthe I
from 1900 to 2130. Saturday and
IIOItltY MIOP-Open nightly period from 18 March, 1945 to 4 April 1945. he participated in
1630. Instructors will be on duty
Sunday afternoon from 1400 to :
live strikes against enemy shipping, airfields and installations( in I proof.'T
leather craft, model I airplanes and ,
has
when the hop Is open. Shop
fliC'tlngextensh'e damage. His skill and courage were at all times
plexigl ss. Inspiring and in keeping with the highest traditions of the U. S. i T :
Naval Service.
I
TO GOASHOREJUKSONMLLK
WHERE Right, Wallace Farmer AOM2c is waiting to be awarded the :
Air Medal and Gold Stars in lieu of Second and Third Air Medalsfor
: : IUACIUS--Bu8es leave at frequent Intervals
a series of meritorious acts while participating in aerial flight T :
and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing
Bus Ray
Union station corner
from I from 7 March, 1945 to 29 March, 1945. He had five flights in combat
at of world's finest ocean bleaches. Bun
and otliT recreation one
; area where enemy anti-aircraft ate was expected to be effecthe. : J
fare: 25<,.
>.\\'" MOTHERS' HOSTESS: HOUSE:, 101 East Church Street.

tat l'l'XTI.ns, at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus NATTC To Charge Ten' Marines Have
Station, Church and Newnan Streets; :311 West Duval Stieet. USO I I.uMt

::.-.: S DIVISION at 43 West! Monroe Street. I Cents For Movies I New OfficerCommanding

CANOEING: riMIINU: AM BOATING: Cedar River on San I
Juan Avenue Take Lake Shore Bilk, three blocks from last stop on i It was announced today by
Comdr R. P. Beebe, Executive Officer -
din Juin How Boatstwo hours, 50e; canoes-41.00 per hour; motor
that starting Monday 6 May,
jiits--J2:!,00 per hour fl\e to eight people per boat.
there will be a ten cent charge to
1I'lttU.\CK: : HIDING: MAGNOLIA' AND HYDE PARK STAuSLLsi attend the NATTC movies. I Jack L. Bell WO, USMC is the
Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay This step is being taken to enable new CO of the Marine Aviation
.It .. Welfare to continue furnishing I Detachment at NATTC. Warrant
I Bell relieves S. :M: i )
Officer
---- -- --------- --- -- -- funds for division picnics, pal"I Rags-
The plexiglass is gol g.tnto picture I II ties, athletic gear, and other en- dale, WO who is retiring to inac- :
Personnel Show I frames, bracelets, and almost talnment. tive duty. i )

; everything. Several of the fellowsare I "At a special meeting of the Mr. Bell, whose home is in Little 1
making some very good model I Welfare Board on Tuesday the entire Rock, Arkansas has served 12 1 C.
interest In I airplanes and weaving will get on I program was reviewed to see years in the Marine Corps, advancing II W
its way as soon as it is possible to if it was possible to continue free from Private to Warrant Of. I I R. ( ) ;
obtain the materials.The movies. It was clearly establishedthat I ncer He began his recruit trainingin I| lor, ) ;
Hobby ShopThe instructors are Mary Jane the Ship* Service profit will ) 1934 at Parris Island, spendinga ', ;
Dlckard.SpiX)2c) S. J. Jordain be entirely Inadequate to maintain I'i year as drill instructor. Later he I : ;
NATTC Hobby Shop is open ACOM G H. Griffith Sic E. L.Kepler. the present welfare program and served aboard the USS Coloradoas i I H.
i'or business: and well on its way to I Sic R. C. Walton Sic. there is no alternative to the method a gun pointer and orderly to
b<* \ great success At present they i I You can go to the Hobby Shop of charging for movies except I Admiral Friedell. In 1939 he was I ;
I I
hive only three crafts and have 1 every night from 1900 to 2130 and drastic reduction of the welfare, sent to Lualualei Oahu Island, I ;
about 5i) crafters come and go 1 Ion Saturday and Sunday afternoon I II program, which was not considered Hawaii, to be stationed at the I Is, :
etch night.In | from 1400 to 1630 Mother's Day II desirable" Navy Ammunition Depot and at ;
the leather craft they are ii next week so all you fellows had It might be of interest to know the time of the bombing of Pearl ;
making belts, wallets key cases, better get busy and make her that it costs Welfare $3,000 a Harbor was Commander of the ; (
watch strip, and whistle cords.. something month to operate the movies. Guard. ; >
-S S 5. His first ; _
. NATTC WELFARE DEPARTMENT The farm had been mortgagedto phase In Aviation : '
began in
give daughter a liberal college
education. After the graduation 1942 when he e' ',"". S. ?
I N exercises, Father drove the old'' returned to the
an Model T to the station to pick her States for dutyat
:
up. She crawled in beside him and NAS. North
snuggled up close. Island, San Die
"i have a confession to make" go. His next assignment I
she whispered. "I ain't a good girl was -: ter
any more." Adjutant to the \'. 7r N A

"Oh no-o-o," the father wept, Marine ScOut '<<' (
unable to believe his ears. "Afterall BombingSQuadron 235 :. .
theI sniff-sacrifices your ma .
and I made-'(sniff)-to give youa in"March of 1913. In the same'I'i |
good education and you still year he was Adjutant of Service'I
say 'ain't'1'! Squadron 11, Marine Air Group 11 to
xt I in the New Hebrides, and later I I \
I First Hen: "Say, Mabel, I've noticed with the First Marine Air Wing at ned
; that big red rooster playing, Munda, Bougainville, and the :
Green Islands. In November 1913
up tq you Jately. Have you been \
giving him any encouragement?" he was Group Adjutant of Marine be
Second Hen: "No, not exactly. I Air Craft Group 14 I
THESE ARE: THE: people that are responsible for the welfare I just egg him on a little." I I Warrant Officer Bell returned the
and recreation of NATTC Personnel and you can always find them to the States in October 1941 and I of
working on a dance or getting ready for a USO Show in the NATTC I "Say old man, why don't you wu stationed at Santa Barbara,
Auditorium, take that bus home?" Calif forming Air Groups and
They are from left to right, front row: R. P. Miller\ S2c: R. E. "Sno use. My wife would never Service Detachments for Marine
McNay! S2c, G. E. Schadler, S2c: V. D. Lineberger Sic; K. O'Con- let me keep it In the house." I carriers. In January 1916 he went S.S. !
nell, Sic; R. L. Weeks, S2c: Lieut. W. H Muir. M M. Brooks, aboard the USS BADOENG (' !
SpSlc( ; J. J. DuBnrrk, BM2c; H H. Carlisle I S2c; 1E. Terry. Stella: "Does your boy friend STRAIT a. Commanding Officer
S2o, A. Simmons, S2c. like to g) out and gamble for of Marine Air Craft Service Detachment
Back row: J. R. VanRixel. S2c: K R Flesch, S2c; I. D. Chaney money?" I Five and served in that
Sic; A. L. Barnhart S2c; J. Y. Droll. S2c; K. G. Meidl, Sic; M. Q.Bell Ella: "No! He likes to take me capacity until his present assign w,,
S2c: J. B. Chick, Sic; C B. Kendall, Sic; W. D. Neville, Sic. home and play for fun" ment. 86


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2 May. '1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION



BALL TEAM TAKES THE WORD.... I HARLAN WINS \ Raiders Oppose WelchTwice



SECOND TRIUMPH From Aviation Fundamental GLENVIEW MEET

.
Weak
School I In Coming
Tuesday afternoon Manager; I Word was received at the NAT
Makeever'i NATTC All;
erle
Department
.alders pounded out a 7-1 win liy John L, KMa.no, CThoM 'I TC Physical Training that Bruce
Wesconnett on the home dla A new innovation to the AV : Wednesday morning
r Swimming Instructor Setback
mond. The young Raiders _squat FUND course is the LOW PRES- Harlan, NATTC victorious in the Ready To Avenge
the inning SURE CHAMBER RUN. All students was
collected 10 hits in seven Central and Midwestern States Suffered At Daytona
game and held their opponents now have the opportunity to i Championships
scoreless until the last in- get the feeling of a high altitude AAU Open Diving night the NATTC Air Raiders journey to
hop) with the latest, type of oxygen I The meet held at NAS Glenview Tomorrow Welch Hospital
ring. Illinois Tuesday was to Beach for another tussle with the
on
The NATTC team had a shutout equipment In their tenth Daytona
in sight but Hendrickson muffed week, all of the students go over : include the best divers in the Midwest team. On Tuesday the. Raider nine will be playing on the

Jack Coombs' grounder and Jim to the mainside chamber and report I The word receded by the home diamond again as Merle Makeever will send out his

Faulkner singled in the lone Wes to Dr. Noble. He sees to It I Physical Training Department battle with the Welch nine for the fourth
the to
had team
won
tonnett tally with two out. that they get a lecture on high altitude stated that Harlan young

NATTCena i flying, its effects and the meet by a wide margin. time. Game time is the usual 1700 --------
fourth inning --- -
the -
-
In --
-
invented to remedy the weeks Harlan competed Last Friday the Raiders droppeda Bob Robinson
result of six hits and one error equipment Two ago I scored five runs as )
a crossed the plate five times I troubles, covering the need for in the National Indoor Diving close game to the Welch team in I and LeI Rasmussen both connected -

"fC Smith opened the inning oxygen and warm clothing Meet at Bainbridge, finishing I the last of the eighth when the for round trippers The NATTC

Mel singling and stealing secondand i iII Students are soon to be screened second to Miller Anderson of Ohio Hospital crew rallied to push I crew added another run in the "..c-
by for the lowest requirements : six runs The final count Mooie's sin
third bases Pitcher Beardon physically State. across ond inning on Shorty

<> I.e In t"through with a single tc of any aviation rating I I read 16-15 effort I gle and a triple by Dan Lepage

.1\COI'fJ Uralth and Andy Sommer :. The Raiders made a final However, the Welch team was
took first on an error. Dan Lt'sage' in the first half of the ninth by I slowly pecking away at the Raiders -
'
then pounded out a two run single loading the bases with one out. lead and with three run dusters : -

'and Jim Coddington followed with Dan Lesage then walked to force I in the third, fifth and seventh

another single. Robinson's earn in one run but Jim Coddington innings, they were making a gameof
into a fast double play I
and Rudy Rutigliano's singleortd grounded I it
the fifth run of the inning to end the game with the Raiders The Raiders appeared to have
afJre still trailing by one run. I
r the Raiders the game bagged in the seventh as

On the mound the Air Raiders. I In the _initial inning_ .the_____,Raiders___ ,I they tallied seven runs on nine
looked better than in the two previous hits. Bob Robinson connected fora

games Stuart Miller\ pitched SOFTBALL LEAGUES I Ii triple while Andy Sommer'drove

hitless ball in his three inning out a homer during the big inning.

stint, striking out four hitters and Then In the fatal inning the
walking none. Don Beardon pitched i IN FIRST WEEKThe Welch nine scored six runs as

the next three innings and gave Street doubled and Lance and

up two of the three hits garnered NATTC Intramural SoftballLeagues Hengecock tripled to drive in the

by We!connett. He whiffed five finally got under way I majority of the runs.

opponents and allowed no bases on Monday night with the playing of) 'I' The Air Raiders again looked

balls. Kyle Crawford struck out two Independent League games. good in the hitting'department by

two and gave up one hit in the I Barracks 9 met Barracks 52 and gathering 16 bingles, even of

seventh Inning. T-LT played T-AI in the opening which were good for extra bases.
Lrs Rasmussen and Bob Robinson I games. Leading the NATTC nine in hit-

both collected two hits in three Barracks 9 toyed with Barracks ting were Shorty Moore with three

times at bat. Robin on blasted outa \ 52: for seven innings, taking the singles and a triple in six times at

long triple in the third but was \ game by the score of 24 to 3. First bat and Dan Lesage with a single

thrown out at the plate trying fora t : g. -- baseman Red Dorosett banged out double and triple in five trips to

home runWesconnett the men not passing to be returned three hits in four trips to the dish the plate.
000 000 1-1 3 1 service The mei;
to general Man Pickhardt got
Money while center fielder Lee Atwell and Al Henge'o'kpaced
NATTC 110 500 I x-7 10 3 who pass the stricter Aircrew ex two more to lead the 17 hit attack] the winners by collectingseven

Coombs' Brown and A. Cone, am will take the run In the chamber I of the winners. Second baseman: safeties between them One

Coorns,; Miller\ Beardon, Crawfordand and the others looking have the on lee as Gives A Tip Wright led the losers with thre of Atw ell.s hits was good for four

Lesage Hord. spectators. All men hits in his three trips to the plateTLT i basel Don Burich also drove in
i a
although
t ture on equipment I the had an easy time beating for the Welch team
Aircrew man, I If you have been in Ship's three runs
be
may not an
man anihave Company chow line, when the pay T-AI, 124. Shand and Price gar when he blasted out a home run in

Class Eight he may to service be a plane the equipment.captain I lists are up, you have surely heard nered six of the 19 hits made hit by; the third Inning.

many comments about the man T-LT. T-AI was held to six Next week the Air Raiders will
The men are asked about colds., with all the money on the books. with Jim Brown getting two. I conference play when they

Leave Av. Fund. ear trouble sinus, etc and examined thai f, Just to settle the curiosity of everyone Tonight more softball games anon journey open to Hutchinson, Kansas, to
to believe
if there is reason would bother this is what we found out tap with play getting starte+ meet the NAS team there. The two

the pressure run for I about him: in the American League Barracks I teams will play a two game aeries,
him, Few men are not qualified lecture He is Ferdinand Wartelle. AC- 13 meets Barracks 14, Barrack: one game on Friday and one on

as the run Following in the the chamber I OM, USN, and his home is Wash- 15: plays Barracks 16 and Barrack, Saturday..

tht'YHe seated masks ington La. Almost 14 year ago 16 and 17 Barracks will try to Box score:
and fitted with oxygen and I Chief Wartelle\ entered Boot Train stop Barracks 18. NATTC -II H rn A J:
Then the chamber is sealed California and Moore. d Ii 4 2Lee.go .
at San Diego,
lower the ing Tomorrow night the National 4 1 .
air pumped out to I I e 5 I
the simulating climbing tc from there he was sent to the Bat League will open with Barracks 20( C'oddl+nll'\.on, 2b "I 1 b 2Robin.on
pressure tle Ship West Virginia where he I Barracks 21, Barracks 24 If 5 a 2 II .
the higher altitudes The men are I striking for Aviation opposing Nommer rf a 2 2 1 1
spent four years 1 Barracks 25: and Barrack: !
taken to 30,000 feet and then aVolunteer meeting R..muu4'n. II 5 2 2 2 IVur..rlo.
is selected to remove his I Ordnance- 17 will try to stop Barracks 18. ., Ib 4 1 eFmith ) .
,
.. 4 1 2 5 a
next ,
His
mask and demonstrate the effect I man. All games are scheduled to get' J.n..n. I' I II II 0 0'Hendrick.on
jf. anoxia. For anyone that hasn teen duty was at going at 1700 on three different 0 I II I
.
< the antics of a man sufferS Pensacola, Flor- diamonds. Van Du..n, p 1 1 'II 41 I .e .

ng from lack of oxygen, they have ida, which lasted "Hord Pratt. I' I 0 II 0) 1
nissed a good laugh; for althought three years 'rawfnrd. p II II II .
if the man 4r 0 0 e e .
would be serious he t\.n. t'
and then was
Pin BoysWanted ('hadwick. 0 e II e I
watched by a train-
were not being ordered to the - --
the man does some 43 1. 24 S .
>d observer Air Craft Carrier IA
watched a chap WELCH HOSPITAL .48 H 1'(1 r.
I For
things. ,
funny Wasp .
a 0 2 2
remove his mask and start tossing where he served ; ! paying cards in his hat, as he was I until it was rf i e a 0 1
loss of his MIII..Io.I, Ib I e 11 0) 0
nked then as he felt sunk in 1942. Bowling AlleyAs !, .... 8 2 II II '
Loon.
I'
>xjgen supply. started to throw I I He spent: the following) 22 months! I i I \,rich, 2b 4 1 .11 2 tlengecok.
hem around the room as though on the Marshalls\ and In September 3b i I 8 atto I

Irunk W hen the attendant put his i 1945, was called back to the states. everyone knows we ha ole six\ : ..il.. rf 4 4 1 4 2 2 I 41) .0trsddoek

Y nask on and he recovered, he re- His next assignment was NATTC,, bowling alleys aft of Ships Service If - -

nembered nothing and wondered I Jacksonville, Florida, AOMB) I but we don't realize that there 41 18 27 If t

how the cards got all over the School, which is the first school) he tmut be pin boys to set up the pins "'Butted Butted for for J Van n.cn IhiM-n In the In 4th the lit".

('hamber has attended !since entering the to others can bowl. There are so .Hutted for He "'oi> in the Klh

The group watches this demon- I Navy. few pin boys that the bowling al- \EUH ... .,. ...... 013 LTAOINUNJATTO
at 30,000 feet, and then I Wartelle has drawn no money eye will be closed unless a few MO ito 701-H)
itraUon .. HIS (130 SO*-H
l
t..I'h Hn plt
hey are brought down to 18000eet I since June, 1945, and very little reak down and take the job ofetting Runt: Moore 3, \..-...".. ('otlriinirttn 2,
where they all take their since January 1944 He feels that up the pins. (iklrmm 2. Summer 2: Knnimiiwn 2Hrrrwyrk ,
and feel the strange ef- I all the fellows could have that 10c a line andt / i: Hrndiickfton" Lynch Mutiirkl -
paid
off
masks Pin boys are 2. I.uno t, Burli, 3. lUmwixk. S,
Then they much on the books if they to earn sons* ,.. ....
ects of lack-of-oxygen. I money Is very good way Uwtll, 3. llmddnrk. Two Knee H : lli
are returned to sea level pressure I didn't spend so much foolishly. xtra spending money. If you are ". ", Sweet Hrniircwk, .Atl 1 hre

I and the test is completed. The students I And another reason the Chief has nterested and want to keep the .Robin-fl. Ki.ltin.: -

that have been through al- money is, that he is single and expects Kiwlingalleys open see Lieut. :obln Lance.on, !ornmcr, RnnmuMm. Hurich pod

ead\; speak: highly of this chance to stay that way. dun, \\elfare Office, located in ttwell Stolen Blurt, ('.tddinllwn; and
altitude nights I t ..rnih 1I..e. on hails: Off Jansen 2, Van
to see what high the NATTC AudltOI'lum.The&e .. .
iiiwn 1, Pratt 2. ( """forr! 2. Lance tMi
.u a,T tT. :. (eel like. alleys; are available to all : Off JunM-n 2 in S, off Van l>.iM-n
Aviation KlettritiannQualifications Mate. Raiders Meet rsonnfl Monday through Friday t in :2: off Pratt e In 2 1.S. rnwfor.1 ..
T0l IS J. L Hoff from Minneapolis in t 0, ttmrdon 1 In i8: V\lid Pltrh: Jun.n
Minnesota, who was I \ torn 1000 to 2000; Saturday 1130 Ixwlni Pitcher: (',,"for". Tim vt
,
of class) eight AEM. This school is right hereon to 1730. I G.m.: 2:30.
the Honor Man and runs Gators Today
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which was graduated from the NATTC GCT 50 GAME II
weeks period. ACTION WELCH BALL
16 FROM
I
School for a
Aviation Fundamental Mech aptitude. 55 Lat week's postponed ba *l>,U I '
45
lat Friday. ARI knowledge 55 game with the Lni\entity of Flur i ,
Below are the next high men, or Electrical : 12/20 corrected Ida will be played today, it \\aIIl I ..

K, }'. Leaby, Chicago, Illinois, Physical requirements calmness under announced by Lt {',()mdr. Joht' >x,
and K I L Boden, Yakima, Washington I to 20/20; for careful Gallagher. The rained out 1(1UJ1f' I
who were graduated with I stress; and capacity re-h'ht"dult'tl by phone Toes i
I! ( school education is was
high :
A
work Sam McAlllMtei 0/'
honors. desired but not essential, and any day when Coach I
tailed the NArrclrhYl1llcal
:"<> I knowledgeof of the .ators
"]'\'e got an awful lot of elec previous experience or Tralnlnt'luutm4'nt./ .
in hair" electricity The III be the second one
trJrity my includes all the game
D. "No wonder, you've always got The curriculum of electricity, lighting of the season between the twcupiadfl .

such shocking things on your I fundamentals maintenance, ( ai the* Raiders have pre.
battery
circuits,
mind. i regulators vi I generators', voltage ill
instruments The playing of this! game \\
honor I admit I I magnetos, coiN, electric fourth thin WeU
MAA: "Your used In aviation, make the! game
have been driving a bit fast. butI I of all types gyros for the Air Raiders Garnet had al- '

would like to point out that 1 i I.e., props, auto pilot circuits gear Then ready been scheduled. for TnoMlayednesday ,

am a Navy master-at-arm, and turrets, gtmsight shorting on the \\' and Irldaj.NATTC :.
trouble
there is the I.
..
which makes this
"
is no excuse! operating line, i
Judge: "Ignorance immediately
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graduate of use to a squadron I College
to work
without hatinff
Father "I see! by the gas: tank
far last night" him under a petty officer for ; Classes RICH VAKRMVVCK, Raider first sacker, takes a healthy cut
you didn't go very being put on his!' the ball is catcher Don>
before Awaiting
Son: "That's what you think, months! Naval personnel interested in at one of Lefty Lance's pitches.
In
own. classesin Street of the Welch Convalescent team. This action took place
There ,are two advance schools attending freshman college sixth inning of the game at Daytona Beach which was won by
got a the
Neighbor "Say, have you and Math, contact the
Class English
bottle opener around here ?" I for this rating. The advanced AutoPilotschool Educational Services Officer build. Welch 16-35.: The Raiders meet the Welch team on the, home ball

Parents "No he' in the Navy B, AEM school, and the yard next Tuesday in a return match.
now." : a Class Cl, and both are, ng 501.::>


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Softball PaceContinues EXIIIBITION FOR CUBS Flier Nine Meets Ft. I


FastIn fi


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Second WeekSoftball $' Jackson Here Today i


at the Air Station has Play Soldiers At 1415; Win

proved that it doesn't play second Lose One Week
Two During
fiddle to hardball, for as the sea- I ,
into its second week
total son moves of eight teams are active In a Sporting a record of nine wins and three losses, the

the Admiral's Trophy league, and Jax NAS baseball team will meet the Fort Jackson nine from

seventeen more are slugging the South Carolina this afternoon on Mason Field at 1615. The ,

ant's big pill around in the Commahd- two teams had their first game yesterday at Mason Field.

Since League.the season is so young, the Last Tuesday, the Fliers lost their third game of the

race for supremacy in either 46 season. to the 16th Fleet boys from Green Cove. Although
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league is wide open However, Chris Cagle hurled fine ball for .; -
IATU In the Admiral's Trophy division and fielding judg'ment ;4 ::
Golfers To NAS, errors bad
is looking good with a won- 'Romp '
loss record of 3-0, and appear ca- proved to be the downfallfor ,

pable of protecting their Iron Man Easy Victory Coach Lloyd Lux'sclub.t Tlie ,.
lead Fleetmen earned but three otthettv1 '

In the Commandant's league five Over Cecil FieldThe six tallies in drubbing the/ niers.:
teams are tied for first place with 6-3, further proof of the erratio
perfect records, but by next weekat Officers Golf teams of NAS ball shown by the locals. Cagl allowed .:
,
this time, at least two of'them and Cecil Field played the rubber the Fleet nine seven afe- ,
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should have at least one marker match of their three game series ties, while the Fliers were collect '

notched in the loss column. The I last Tuesday, and the Flier Links- ing nine base blows off "Jigs""
Softball leagues have been given men were victorious in the third Westergard, the 16th Fleet chuck

fine support so far, with crowdsof match, downing Cecil by a decisive er.NAS ..
good size jamming every softball 23-6 score. traveled to Miami last Fri-
field at NAS Published belowis R Leading the Flier golfers in the day and Saturday to play the University -
the record of the various teamsin Tuesday triumph were the pair- of Miami on Friday after
both leagues as of Tuesday. Ings of Lt. Jack Colter and Comdr noon and Saturday' night. In the
April 30. Raymond Pflum, and Lt. Comdr. Friday game, the Fliers went on a
Admiral a Trophy D. C. Sheedy and LI.' Doran hitting rampage, and amassed 13
Team Won Lout Strouse. These two combinationsboth hits and 13 runs before the collegians
JATU a 0
could get set. Bill Tinsleyand
\ISH 361) Z 1 garnered nine points for
VSB set 1 01 NAS. Cecil Field's combine of Da- Chris Cagle hurled NAS to its
V83 iH l' I venport and Pierozzi downed theN 13-7 win, Tinsley allowing four
887 : 1vsIo870 1VSB AS pair of Lt. Comdr. Robert bingles in six innings, and Cagle
taft 8 2VSn Slack and Lt. Comdr. Carl Huddlefor two in three. Leading the Flier
365 II Z the only Cecil win. slugging parade were Pellegrini,
r..mandant't Trophy Forbes, DeMars, and Lippeatt, who
Team Won Lost
Last Friday on the Timuquanalinks
IA1'U a 0 all got two base blows while pitcher -
Sep ('en. Z' Cecil Field lost the second Tinsley got three for four, to
A4tR 2 0 match between the two officers lead the sailors to their eighth vic
lispen.ary 2 0 teams: by a scant 18%-11'i score.
tory.
2 0
Hospital Marines Z 0 no. ______. ,_ __.___ Sheedy and Strouse amassed 61J John Schmitz was on the mound
l'or.onn..1 2 1 IIIM' points for Jax to lead the team
Parachute 90r Loft 2 1 HIGHLIGHT OF TilE CUB SCOUTS' tour of NAS last Satur- scoring The team scoring of the for the Fliers the next night, and '
Commissary 1 1 day was the performance of two top athletes stationed here. In the match with Cecil held he had the game under complete
1'.8 1 1 1 1 top photo, Gabby Marek, winner of the National Heavyweight Golden is printed below: on Tuesday control except for the eighth when
VSU CommunicatIon.Radio 1 2 Gloves crown, is shown right, as he sparred three fast rounds Hurricane catcher Joe Garrity
Inspection 2VSH with Ray McMinn of the Physical Training Department Lt. Jack NAS Cecil Field blasted a double to left field to

.8 0 2VSH Smith, former diving champ, is pictured below explaining the finer Lt.Lt. Cdr Colt'r Pflum I S reeling McMonijtU 0Bo.t 0 drive in three runs. Schmitz fan-
Aircrew 0 Z ZOltG points of diving prior'to an exhibition of some fancy board work at Bull 1 0 ned 10 men in the night ball game,

Supply I the indoor pool. 1U the most men struck out by a
-- Cdr. Sheedy 9( Comdr Dorne I 0 0 NAS pitcher this year. Pellegrini
; Lt. M rouse 1 Little I 0 Lippeatt, and Schmitz, each with
Hospital & Brks. Beat Ball 1 0 two bingles in four trips to the

I -9 -0 plate, led the Flier batters.

'jT)2c'I : 713 Lead WAVES Lt.Lt. Huddle Cdr, SIRc2 0 PieroErl Davenport S 1, Saturday NAS will tangle with
the Green Cove squad for the
Beat Bull 1 t
O i Softball LeagueWAVES $ I fourth; time The Fliers have whip
1, ped the 16th Fleet in two of the
I Softball finished its second Warren Beat Ball 1 S Sihmg l I 01 0 three games the two teams have

I week of play Tuesday, with _I' played, but the Fleet is a vastly
the Naval Hospital and the Bar- ( 0' improved squad and will be out to
Totals 27 I
racks 713 squads apparently head : I 1 square matters on Mason Field in

and shoulders above the remain Naval Hospital girls bunched together the fourth game.
ing teams in the league. five circuit clouts, one triple I Boa Scere or Second Miami U. Cam

In Tuesday's games, Barracks and five two-bagers, to walk HAS AB H PO, AJ'eU..grlnl
(rf) 4 2 0
713 won another landslide victoryby away from a hapless Barracks 720 McCullough: (2b) 4 0 Z a
11y Frank Tours, Sic defeating Barracks 722 by a team, 29-2. The Hospital girls are Iorbea (Ib) a. 0
Pericles, the wonder horse that sold for $66,000 in 1913to 24-1 score. "Butch" Glover was the flashiest team in the league, Shields (cf) 4 1 .. 0 0 ,
If 4 0
Evans "J
his the big gun for 713. She hit the playing in bright yellow uniforms, ( ) 1 4 2 :
2
present owner, Bill Helis, finally entered a starting UeMari (M) .4
722 hurler for two home runs anda the same type as the men's softball leehaa (Obi 4 0 ..
gate on 24 April after a two-year period of hard luck ., double in her five times at bat. team from the hospital. Below Lippeatt (ctbchmitt 4 Z 1. q
The big chestnut 4-year-old who is called by many of turf- Eloise Petty also hit well for 713, are the records of the four (lit' 4 Z 1 I : ;I

dom's experts, "the most beautiful horse on the track," ran with a round-tripper and two dou- teams to date. Total 23* 8 l7 10

the first race of his career in the $2,600 maiden race for 4- bles in five trips to the plate. Vir- Team Won Loot Pet MIAMI Kouchaluk (Obi AB. H 0 PO 1.A ,"I,1'
Walton five safeties in 2 0 1.000 ,
ginia got Barrack. 718 "
a 0 6 1 ,
year-olds at Jamaica, N. Y., and Naval HoMital 2. 1.000 latot (cf)
five times 0 1 .
with Eddie Arcaro up he coastedto base for the Flier horsehiders, will up. Barracks 72(1( 0 2 .000 James tlO) S 1 8. 0 "
In the other Tuesday the Kalria (Ib)
a four length win In 1944 probably be in the Gator lineup i game Barrack 722 0 2 .000, Wanton ht) a 1 4 1 4.
Pericles was unable to run due to when they take the field againstthe Krull (2bCarrity ) 2 Z 2 2
weak legs, and in 1945 the big Miami gridders next fall Metmen RompPowerful (e) 8 a.2 0 1.1 ,t,
rf J
Samuel ( ) ....
beauty picked up a nail while (Of course, I personally think that Mell (p> 4 1 ESatoraky 8 .

working out one day. Southern Cal could blast either NAS Racketmen (rf) ..! ..! .!
It seems that harness racing Is one of the teams next year with- Totals 33 T 22 8
now breaking into the California out any trouble!II!) Batted for Samuel la 8th.
racing picture A large crowdof Inning Score!
Ted Fritsch signed with the Down Welch Springfield MAS 030 000 089-'
21,000 fans appeared at Santa Cleveland Browns of the AllAmerica MIAMI U. 000 000 ISO-4

Anita for the sulky sessions, and football Conference This A power-laden NAS tennis team added three winsto 1 Runs Shield, Evan, DtMar 2, Lip- ..
proceeded to break the National put another dent in the National more putt, behtmU.: Kairl, 13lanton, Krull 2.
Harness Racing pari-mutuel rec- League as Fritsch was a big their record last week, and in their three meets the locals Errors Krull, Garrlty. Kun Hatted lam
gun reehitn, Lippeatt 2.
,
ord The bettors shelled out walked with the honors. Welch Convalescent Hospital Pellegrini, UeMara
on the Green Bay Packers last away bchroiU.: Garrity a, Mell. Two Baae Bits
$659,379 to top the former highof season, scoring 57 points. of Daytona Beach felt the Fliers prowess twice, and Lippeatt, IfeMari, Onrrtty. Stolen Bate:
$431,000 set at the Roosevelt Mctullougb, bhield Tutol 2. Left On
Paceway in Mlneola, N. Y. the newly organized Springfield Tennis Club of Jacksonvillewas Basest MAS' : 4, Miami 6. Baaa. on Bulls:
offs bchmiU 6, Mell t. Struck Out: By
the other that fell before NAS.
Those Pasquel boys bounced NAS AND BANANA squad I Schmiti 10, by Mell 4.
to the picture again last week in-I The usually formidable Welch Sacrifice Rita iorbea. Garritoy. lilt By
gles match from Lester Garren, bchmiM (Blanton). Winning
By
outfit fell for the first time last Pitchers
er laying off the Major Leagues I RIVER SHOOT IT 64.1, 6-3, and in the final indi- Pitchers bchmiU. Losing Pitchers Mell
Thursday, and despite rain and Wlke, lime of
for a few days This time they Umpired Murrell and
I' vidual effort, NAS veteran Alex
high winds down at Daytona the
stole into the New York Giants' Game 2:10.:
Stanek won over Joe Hernandez,
camp and sneaked back south of I OUT YESTERDAYThe local racketeers breezed through
the border with a pair of Mel Welch without the loss of a set. 6-4, 6-4. I Slow They're DaWn
Ott's chuckers, "Ace" Adams and Banana River skeet team Bill Smith had no trouble in de- In the doubles matches, Smith Name 13 G AU U 15 II RBI, Put..533McCullough
Harry Feldman Jorge Pasquelhas was scheduled to meet the Flier feating Welch's Lt. Lance 6-0, 6-1, and Pou teamed up to outclass 1'.1I"lrlnl U'3 7 4 .182
now apparently snagged 'I bird-busters for the second time while Lt Bill Pou's accurate vol- Wiltshire and Spottswood 6-2, 6-2. Forbes n U 1ri 8 ..8571)eMars

America's big favorite, Babe Ruth, yesterday afternoon, although the leys gave him a 6-0, 6-2 victoryover The superior court tactics and ex- Ion 9 Iii U 10 U 7 .400.270
to manage one of the Mexican Banana River men expressed a de- Sgt. Lynch. Other winners cellent volleying power of the Shields ClArk U U 18 10 .833
nines Ruth has denied that sire to shoot it out with an NAS were Ens. Ellsworth Donnell and NAS duo proved to be the decid- LipI"att 8 U 4 4 .Ui',
he plans to stay in Mexico, but squad composed of the losers ofa Leonard Warren in the singles, and ; ing factor. The final doubles match l"eehan n 841 2 1 l 1 ,186'.1U,; .
he has accepted an invitation to Flier intra-squad match. the doubles combinations of Smith was also settled by the net play of Evans tivlnKton 6 4 12 4 1 a ..250Berner
spend two weeks in the Latin On Wednesday, 24 April, the local : and Lou Shenker, and Jay Burns the Fliers' team of Warren and 8 2G 4 a .180 ..
country at the home of Mr. Pas- skeeters defeated Banana Riv- I and M. B. Wheeler. Burns when they downed Garren Ikhmagel a 11 &8 4 ..454Tlnaley .
2 .800
4
::4 6 V
quel Two weeks with that guy er decisively 476-432 at the Ba- The Fliers won their second victory and Hernandez, 6-4, 6-3. Stoidwitt 2. a 1 ..500Scchmit
ought to net Ruth about ten trunksof nana River range. Top scorers for of the week Sunday after- Welch Hospital came over to 2..8 2 1 .400
greenbacks a house in Acacu- NAS were Comdr. William Rags- noon against the Springfield Ten- NAS for a return match on Tues- Meler figures Include Z'every 2 game 0 UP..818Thea. to
pulca, and a few '46 cars. I dale and Jack Lawlor, AOM2c. nis Club on their courts at 5th and day of this week, but were sent and Including' the IIAme with the 1fth
Miami University is clamoringfor These two men both smashed 98 Perry Streets in Jacksonville. Bill home a beaten bunch of racket- fleet on April 80. 1946
football season now They out of 100 targets to outdistancetheir Smith again trounced his singles wielders. Winners in the singles I .

claim they've got the hottest grid nearest competitor Filer R. opponent with the loss of only one brackets were Smith, Pou Warren, Tltt Names Feeler to Grid Post!
team In Florida history this year II. Gibson, ACOM, who cracked 93 game, winning by 6-0, 61. Lt. Pou and Shenker, and the doubles combines
. Harry Ghaul and little Dave of the 100 clay birds. Other Jax had trouble disposing, of Jimmy I of Smith and Pou. and Burns The University of Pittsburgh
Eldredge are the boys rating all scorers were M. R. Slugg ACOM, Wiltshire in the second singles and Wheeler were also victorious.The named Wesley Fesler, all time
the talk, although the Hurricanes with 91 out of 100, and Lt. (jg) match. Pou was forced to go three caliber of the men on the Ohio State athletic great, as head
position Being a loyal coast F. E. Fields, who shot down 91 sets before winning by 6-4, 4-6, Flier tennis squad is at its strongest football coach succeeding Clark D.
fan (that's the Pacific Coast, 6-0, over the tiring Wiltshire. point in many months right Shaughnessy, wh oresigned when
friend!) I nevertheless would like Sapulpa, Okla. (SEA) Aunt Leonard Warren took the thrid now, but due to transfers and discharges ordered to sever connection with

to stick around and see that Flori- Lizzie Bevera, 115 years old, has singles match from Gordon Spotts- the team's strength is Washington Redskins Fesler's appointment f f. .
da U.-Miami U. football clash realized another ambition-an air- wood, 6-4, 6-1, and Jay Burns, slated to take a drastic drop, and is looked upon as a bid
Both teams are out for the big time plane flight over a portion of infamous captain of the locals, won the Jay Burns, the team captain, urges by Pitt for membership in Big Ten, I : ,' ;
t" end that ball game Cherokee "Trail of Tears." fourth match over southpaw Joe all who are interested in playingfor vacated by University of Chicago.

promises to be a sizzler Bob She flew over part of the route she Shippey of the Springfield club, the locals to contact him at Fesler was assistant football coac
jroroes, currently playing first! traveled into Oklahoma yean ago. 6-1, 6-4. Shenker won another sin- telephone 8274. at Princeton last year.

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