Jax air news
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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 9, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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. 9 9 May, 1946


Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command




; -- Programs Pay

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fJ War Dead In V-E CelebrationSpecial .1

ServicesAt Silent Minute Observed At X

Chapel To Mark Baseball Game Wednesday '\

The first anniversary of V-E Day was commemOl'ated

Mothers Day Here here yesterday with two special programs, in tribute to Am-

Mothers' Day Mill be ob- erican men who gave their lives in the European war. Duringthe

(t served throughout the nation day, Jacksonville citizens were invited to inspect the sta-

this. Sunday. tion, and to attend both of these events.

tion Here, sailors at the andVA'ES Naval Air away Sta- .The first, held at noon !in the band shell in front of the
administration building, was highlighted -
from home will have the op-
portunity to honor their living by a prayer by Chaplain
W. R. Stevenson and a speech on New RecruitingProgram
mothers and pay tribute to
\ ..., mothers who have passed on. the Navy's part in the Europeanwar
Lt. Comdr. A. B. Smith,
1<>-" The Senior Chaplain, Cap- by
Jr., commander of Air Group 3, Put
tain Francis Lee Albert, announces -
VSB. Captain A R. Brady, com-
a special service "In
.' Remembrance of Our Mothers" manding officer, introduced Mr.
Smith. Into EffectChiefs
for 1045 Sunday morning
at All Saints' Chapel. The The Station Band, led by Chief
,$ a J Protestant Choir will render Musician Oren McMillan, played a
; Haydn's Anthem, "Praise We series of numbers honoring Amer- Will Canvass
ica's Allies, including "French Na-
Sing, and Lloyd Severson, Enlisted PersonnelIn
basH, will sing Dvorak's tionale Defile," "Red Cavalry
"Songs My Mother TaughtMe. March" and "Waltzing Matilda." Their DepartmentsAll
A ." Silent Prayer
A beautiful program Is be- In the afternoon, guests on the enlisted personnel eligible
ing printed as a souvenir for station were invited to see a base- for discharge In the future will be
those attending to send home. ball game at Mason Field, betweenthe interviewed
MONDAY, A 10-CENT CHARGE was inaugurated at the Main- Fliers and 16th Fleet, Green concerning the advan-
side Movie, and pictured above Is Rayford Barnes S2c, as he drops Cove Springs. Preceding that program tages of the Regular Navy or extended -
the first dime into the coin-collection box at the 1730 show. The ad- MEDAL WINNERS the 23-piece Separation Cen- services.As .
mission charge was reinstated after two years because Ship's Serv- ter Band presented a 30 minute authorized by Personnel Of
ice profits have dropped steadily as personnel returned to civilian SHOULD CONFIRM concert, beginning at 1515: and led ficer's Directive No. 10-16,
life and funds available for Welfare activities have been reduced COMBAT SERVICE by Chief Musician Thomas Lesh- every
accordingly. insky.At department has designated a chief
... petty officer to handle the inter-
----- -- Personnel who have been the concert's conclusion
awarded the Legion of Merit or Chaplain Donald F. Buhler led the viewing of each person at least
Seaplane Engines Will Roar the Bronze Star for services per- group in a half minute of silent one month prior to his eligibility
formed In actual combat with the prayer in tribute to war dead. date for separation. The programhas
enemy are requested to submit The open house aboard the sta- been set up to stress (a) en-
Over St. Johns River AgainThe their names to the Executive Of tion began at 1000 and lasted until listment in the Regular Navy; (b)
ficer's Office for confirmation to 1800. extension on active duty for Re-
qualify for the wearing of a Com During his speech at the noon- serves until 1 March 1917; (c) ex-
St. Johns laver will be buzzing again soon with the tension of service for WAVES un-
bat Comdr
Distinguishing Device day Lt. Smith
upon ceremony
echoes of roaring seaplane engines, after a lull of several I both the service ribbon and the recalled the dark days of 1912, til 1 July 1947, (d) extension of
months. The observation-scout training squadron which was suspension ribbon of the medal. when the bitter antisubmarinewar service to qualify for stationkeeper -
,moved to Pensacola in July of 1914 is coming back to the An authorization for the device was at its height then traced duty under the Naval Air Re-
Jacksonville. I was given by BuPers in Circular the various phases of the Navy'sContinued serve Training program.
Naval Air Station at
Letter 319-46. on Page Four At the time of the interview,
By mid-summer some,; sixteen. of the Navy's_. trim single- [ each P erson will com P lets a 9 u es..
engine float-planes will be on and --- -- -- Popular PairFatherDaughter tlonnaire, stating that all of the

off the river, busy at the Job of AIR RESERVE various plans have been explainedto
training advanced students In gun- him and that he does or does
nery, navigation, and a dozen oth- TeamIs not wish to take advantage of

er skills. When they complete this NEEDS MEN FOR them.
training, pilots will be assigned to The station personnel office
fleet duty on cruisers or battle- Stationed At NAS will sift through the completed

hips. STATION DUTY forms, and those stating a prefer-
During the last two years the The military services boast many a proud fathersonteam ence for one of the four programswill

only seaplanes operating here were Captain Priestman but a father-daughter Navy combination is really unusuaL be notified when to report to
the twin-engined Catalinas.. But sign the necessary papers.
since early this year the river has Calls For VolunteersIn Here at NAS, however, almost I ---

been silent, except for an occasional Local Program any day around noon, Captain I,
roar, as one of these taxied out Francis Lee Albert, the S
for a final takeoff here,' 'and a Highly! desirable assign- chaplain, may be seen escorting!! r
flight to its new base.
ments his WAVE daughter to their daily -
as stationkeepers are
e 1 One welcome note to residents luncheon engagement. Lt. (jg)
of Ortega is that all take-offs and still open in the Jacksonvillearea Fern Marie is stationed at the ? di

landings will be made froth! the it was announced this Separation Center
Naval Air Station south/ thus week by Captain Frederic W Chaplain Albert came here from I
eliminating the sleep-breakingroar Priestman, officerinchargeof temporary duty in the Bureau of
which troubled them duringthe Naval Personnel following a tour I
the local Naval Air
height of the war when the Re- at sea on the staff of the
area north of the station wds also serve Training Unit at Cecil mander of the Seventh Fleet
Field. as administrative chaplain com-I
final decision as to plane types The Jacksonville unit is one Philippine Sea Frontier.
has not yet been made, but present of 22 Naval Air Reserve activities Miss Albert reported to the Sep-
plans call for 12 of the Navy's, in operation under a na- Cen at about the same time, after''
new Seahawks, and four of the old: tion wide program designedto serving for 18 months at the Naval
reliable Kingfishers. The advanced{ I maintain a torce or some 30,000 Communications Annex in Washington -I
training squadron, officially knownas pilots, ground officers, and enlisted .
VO-VCS, ATU No. 1, will bring men ready for action on 30 days Fern Marie and the rest of the 'f' J. :?
with it approximately 150 ground notice in the event of another na- Albert children have seen a good) i : .
crew men, and will train ,pilots tional emergency part of the world during Captain ,
who have not yet qualified for fleet Stationkeepers will be permanent Albert's 28 years of naval service.
duty. I personnel at the reserve stations Fern was born in American Samoa ..
It is not expected that restrictions and will be, for the most and attended grammar schoolon _
of boat operations in the part, officer and enlisted reservistson Guam. In the States, the fam- _
river will be active duty. These men will en- ily has resided at various times in
joy the advantage of continued na- San Francisco and Long Beach, if
val service in the vicinity of their California; Bremerton, Washington a's
_' PHOTOGRAPHERWANTED homes, or other desired locations, ; Brooklyn and Long Island, L,. :.{

r-. and may be eligible for possible New York; Camp LeJeune, New .
payment of subsistence and quar- River, North Carolina; and Pensa-
I Would you like to be a newspaper ters allowances in lieu of living cola and Jacksonville, Florida. Be- r.
t photographer? p I and messing aboard. They may also sides Fern Marie, Captain and
The lax: Air News has an I become eligible for possible retirement Mrs. Albert have two other daugh-
I opening for a photographer experienced at the end of 20 years ters, Betty Lu a junior at Robert :
I ; In the handling. of a service. E. Lee High School here in Jacksonville ::1
speed Graphic to serve as staff Aside from stationkeeper duty, and Mrs. C. B. Achtmeyer ;
photographer either part or full there will be two groups in the of Hempstead, Long Island, "
time. All equipment will be provided Air Reserve-the Ready Reserve New York. A son, Francis Lee, 4 o 'n _
by the station photo lab and the Standby Reserve, Captali Jr., recently discharged from the \
after checking out the Individ- Priestman pointed out. Both will Army, is now studying at Harvard -
ual chosen. It Is not necessaryto be made up of officers and enlisted llt
men who have been separatedfrom Youngest chaplain to enter the
be In dark room
experienced World I A FAMILIAR DUO around the station is the father-daughter v
handle' the service but are desirousof service in War Captain
work, as the lab will maintaining their military effi- Albert spent 25 months at sea dur- combination of Captain Francis Lee Albert, senior chaplain, and Lt.
and Contactthe
veloping printing. (Jg) Fern Marie Albert of the Personnel Separation Center here.
aboard the
News ciency as civilians. As reserves,! ing this war Battleship
lax Air
editor, BJdg.
He nine Chaplain Albert was the youngest chaplain to enter the service la
034 Ext. 8518.' they will serve with the same rank North Carolina. wears ser-
or phone Continued on Page Two] Continued on Page Four World War I, and has 28 years in the Navy to his credit now.


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 9 MaY. 1946

. FOR WOMEN ONLY.. __n___""_ ... _... IIt"" ..____ n Many ServicesCurtailed




Public Works' .'

I A sharp curtailment in the work Lois.A. Lever, Tic
QUESTION! : N hat's a fellow got
and services of the Public Works
I to be like to iun ejo i classify.
Department, in some cases him as a good date?

amounting to complete eliminationof I RUTH LAWLOK, Y3c, Clifton

certain functions, to correspondwith Forge, Va.

an employee reduction of 400, I "Gee, I don't know. I guess
.S '4 was outlined this week in Station someone who's nice, a good dancer
S -S Memorandum No. 17-46. but he doesn't have to be too good.I .
like someone who is a lot c>f fun
The move was made necessaryby j
to be with.
a recent cut in the depart
ment's allotment. Not only will the MARION ALEXANDER SK3c
maintenance work load be reduced I Costa Mesa Calif.
because of the reduction in force, I "It's my husband. He's tall, dark
but to affect economies in non-la I and handsome. He's a lot of fun

bor maintenance! items.Residents and he can't dance. lie likes bowling -
of Dewey Park and so I do too.

NAS Housing Area will be responsible 'I ELEANOR LESN1EWSKI Sic;
for the grounds surroundingtheir lIIwaukeeVis..
homes in accordance with I''I "I like a fellow about fin feet,

terms of their leases. Furthermore, I, eight inches tall, with brown curly
no working parties will be furnished 'hair. A good darner, moderate
to activities which have enlisted spender, a good sport, and one
l". personnel. Work on the golf with a sense of humor. One who .
j; athletic courts and other likes to drink but doesn't overdo
S ;;" .,It" course, I
1- \ recreational activities will be reduced it."
... I. -f
.. '11I ',. {I
", m '5 443!+". ,. .., to a minimum. I ELLEN JURD, AMMllr, Chicago -

_n '' I I The janitor organization will be 111."I'd.
: reduced in force of fc5 employees, I like for an ideal date a fellow -

: 5; the major reductions taking plare I who's a good dancer and con
: in the Officers' Club Student Offi \'ersatienalist--anyone over five

cers' Quarters, WAVE Barracks, feet ten inches, and a nice\ phy-
I I :Afainside Recreational Building, sique. Not too handsome, because
." JI the Separation Center and general then he wouldn't be overconceited. -
.: ..II. cleaning details. There will be a A neat dresser and well-man-
t reduction of 10 employees attached nt'red--a fellow who shows respectfor
to the Sanitation force and of all women and not just a few."
16, formerly employed at outside I MARY LARSON, Sp
labor Mass."I .
There will be a reduction in like them tall, but he doesnt
force of approximately 280 in general have to be good looking, or have a
maintenance, utilities, and I lot of money, or a car with a ra-
shops. Work will be stopped on alII dio. I like a fellow with a sense
work requests not covered by of humor, a good conversationalist -
cial appropriation pending review : who can carry on a serious talk
and accomplishment of only these once in a while, a good dancer
necessary! for essential mainten and above all, a fellow who doe*-
I II ance. Repairs necessitated by care n't believe in starting to say good
I less or willful destructiveness!, except I night two hours before you get
I in case of emergency, will not home"
be made by Public Works until the 'I SAMMY DAVIS, AMMlc, Independence -

funds are provided by the department Iowa. .
concerned.No I "Oh, heavens to betsy. Give mea
:' tall blonde with a crew hair-cut
should submitted
work request be -
.:...1 that's important. Also must havea
for accomplishment> under
.. sense of humor. Anyone meeting
Public Works funds unless the request -
these call 3630"GILDA
is for essential maintenance,
meets the requirements of AINav Civilian First Class
450, and the estimated cost of the Any town, USA.
"Oh- give me a man about six.
work is $500 or less for new con
feet tall a rough and tumble port
struction and $3,000 or less for
( ..aS ,v '.4"J."v maintenance and repair. I of guy with a gleam in his eye I
A FEW OF THE SERVICES offered by the v' / I one who makes a sock on the jaw
WAVES shown in these t : +' The Public Works maintenance feel like love Someone who
Beauty Shop are pictures J : : a tap. ,
taken last week. Top photo: Virginia Curtis puts .. "I-tt\ t trouble watch will be reduced to a when he kisses you, comes in for a
the finishingtouches ,on a set for Jean Mard, Sic. :" \ -' : minimum and will be maintained landing with hu mouth closed -
Center: Mrs. Clyde Smith crochets while under the >\ "II primarily for fire and other emt'r'I' who starts out gently but increases -

dryer, as Jean Forbes, Y3c, gets a manicure from ; \ '" gencies. Department heads were' I pressure! as kiss progresses -
Mrs. Athan Atchley. Manager Emmie Adkins, SS. "t ', instructed to consolidate their activities : Who holds you close, does not
MB3c, right(, makes an appointment, for a patron I to the maximum extent have Roman hands, and! withdraws) ;
over the telephone. practicable to insure that buildings | gracefully when you indicate it's
I occupied are used to capacity, and I "
------ --- -- over. THAT'S MY BOY!!!
Want A WaveStation ? to secure all lighting, air conditioning .
Air ReserveContinued and other utilities not required Grand Rapids, Mich. (SEA) -

for night operations at the Mrs. Gerrit Kooienpas, 38, wife ofa
Beauty Shop Open from Page One close of working hours. Byron Center celery grower, became
or grade they held at the time of I All unnecessary sign paintingwill the mother of 19 children

separation. I be discontinued As lamp bulbs i with the arrival of her fifth set of
To Dependents & WAVESMilady's burn out they will be replaced with
Ready Reservists, it was explained : twins. The oldest is Andrew, 19,
light bulbs of lower wattage. I who J
will and the is in the army.
operate fly
appearance is of prime concern to her, as sta- latest types of combat planes and --
tistics of annually in beauty shops all over the BRONZE STAR AWARD m
money spent armament, and will be organizedinto .
country will verify. There's something about a new hair-do or air groups, squadrons, and 4 '"
lift the that cannot be units-trained to man, in an '
manicure that gives a to spirits accomplished a. .
emergency, the ships laid up in .
by any other means. the Inactive Fleet, to supplement
The Navy must have been aware of, that fact when it I squadrons of the Active and Re.

opened Ship's Service Beauty -- -- serve Fleets. Ready Reservists will
Shops at stations where large I $1.00 with an additional charge for be required to attend regularly dra
numbers of WAVES were assigned. I an oil shampoo. A manicure can be scheduled drills on week-ends, and .w
And as an added convenience, obtained for the minimum chargeof will participate in two weeks of J
wives and other female dependents 9100, or polish changed for concentrated training each year
of naval personnel were per only 50 cents. for which they will receive pay
mitted to patronize the salons. I Everyone likes comfort, partic- commensurate with their rank or
With fewer WAVES around, the i ularly when they are destined to rate.

Beauty Shop here at NAS, is now i spend several hours for a shampoo Those reservists who are not
five hours for
and set, or four or
able to take care of more civilian who
I I That's another fully qualified or are unable
a permanent reason
dependents than ever before. Many I I visit for personal reasons to attend pe
women, however, have been misled : why you enjoy your riods of training given the Ready
to this salon
by the sign "WAVES Beauty I Reserve will make up the Standby
Shop," and have been under the ,I Most women have a horror of Reserve. They will be encouragedto
impression; that the salon caters having water drip down their maintain their military efficiency -
exclusively to WAVES. i i back while moving from the sink and, as in the case of pilots,
Hours of operation are from I: to the dressing table. There's no will fly about half the number of '-
0800 to 2200. Monday through Fri chance of this happening here. The hours per year required for the

day, and there are one to four op- I sink is under the table top-your Ready Reservists. All duty in the : II "
erators on the job at all times. It chair becomes a comfortable Standby Reserve voluntary service 'i
isn't always necessary to have an I chaise lounge while your hair is performed without pay. Both 1\1': :
appointment in case decided being washed. When this operation 'to -I 1't-
you programs are set up so as not
suddenly something must be done : is finished, your chair is spun interfere with regular civilian jobs. : : .

about your hair- the girls are very ,I around, the table top is lowered, Rear Admiral Edward C. Ewen, -J:1 1 '
obliging, and will take you with- and you're all set for the businessof Chief of Naval Air Reserve Train-

out previous notice, if poeSible'j getting your locks set. ing, with headquarters at Glen- /

Thursday and Friday are, The color scheme is very cool I view, 111., recently emphasized the : :
busiest days-so if you want to be and restful on the eyes. Pale pink, fact that when World War II .
sure of getting your hair fixed- green and black are blended together broke "all we had in naval avia- ,
call M23 ahead of time for an ap- to form a truly cool setting.So tion was a first team. There were i ie
pointment. many beauty shops are like no reserve! combat squadrons or
Judging from the amount women doctor's oftice -*-the magazines are groups. Consequently, it took the
spend each year for ttauty always out of date-but such is naval air arm about two years before .
hop work one would get the idea not the case here. All the latest it could really start punching. S
that it costs a young fortune to ladies' journals and magazines are We don't want that to happen S- tt t --
get: a finger wave or permanet.Not on hand for your use while under again, we can't let it happen LT. JOSEPn EDWIN LEWIS of Whitman :Mass., receives a
so in this organization. The the dryer. 'again, because we won't hare that congratulatory handshake from Captain M. M. DeVVolf, Comman8-:
latest innovation to beauty work The location of the Beauty Shopis much time to get ready in the ing officer of the SepCen here, after hq was awarded the Bronze
-the cold wave permanent-costs very convenient, just back of next war, if there is a next war." Star last Friday. Lewis received the award for heroic service In connection --
only $12 50, and the old standby, Mainside Ship's Service in Bldg. with operations against the enemy at Okinawa from April
a machine wave just $10. 25. A trip to the commissary, can be combined to save time for to 12 May 1845 He ill te management engineer Rt; Ube separation
A shampoo and set costs just Ship's Sery.ce, 'and beauty shop the busy housewife. Center ) rA I III

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9 May, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


HospitalChatter -"\.

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i It was with real regret that the

staff said goodbye to Captain C.
\. ..; J. Brown Although commanding R IUSE ENT
officer for but a short while. Cap
xA tain Brown had earned the respectand 1 / \
sincere affection of all staff
personnel who had been in contact
with him. -
t .
, ttr Several of the patients at the 1
I'f tLJ
f r hospital enjoyed the dramatic recital
. of Miss Patricia Haldeman at j
l the Friday Musicale Auditorium in I 1

lI'" Jacksonville last week.. Similar
events will be posted on the Red MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
, Cross Programs as they occur.
Any patients interested in attend- Tllt'KSDAY ,
ing should contact the office. "PIN-UP GIRL," with Betty Grable. Shows at 1730 and :2000. :1
i .5. .I FRIDAY 4!4

C If you could have seen the expressions "NIGHT EDITOR," featuring Janis Carter. Shows at 1730 .and fi

of the couples at the 2000. :,'
Scavenger Hunt last Thursday : SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
night there would be no need to I "MAKE MINE MUSIC," starring Dinah Shore. Shows. at 1430( ,

inquire as to the kind of time they' 1730 and 2000.(

,. had. They darted from one end of I MONDAY <,
z the compound to the other in 1 "BLONDIE'S LUCKY DAY" with Penny Singleton and Arthur

search of such odd and improbable Lake. Shows at 1730 and 2000. ,
\It ,. objects as pieces of a broken record TUESDAY AND' WEDNESDAY

i a WAVE'S autograph, dead "OUR HEARTS WERE GROWING UP," with Brian Donlevy and(
" flies and live and had Gail Russell. Shows at 1730 and 2000.THURSDAY.
, NO, THIS ISN'T a scene at a marriage license bureau. It was roaches one

taken when a Navy wife helped her husband obtain his "divorce" ,I bang-up and racing time back finding for these the prizes.things "SALTY O'ROURKE," with Alan Ladd. Shows at 1730 and 2000,

J from the Navy. :Mrs. Mildred Carlson was a civil service employee I More such programs in the offing

, in the officer's records department of the Separation Center until -watch for them. STUDENT OFFICERS

: I her husband, Lt (jg) Leon B. Carlson, received his release to inactive .
,; i. duty in the Naval Reserve and they headed for their home in The Nurses Quarters report that "
TERRITORY with Scott. Show at 2000(
\ \ Marquette, Kansas. "This separation is going to bring us closer together 1 Ens. Dolores June Smith was detached Randolph
I j ." says Mrs. Carlson as she helps her husband fill out his I from duty here on 2 :May only .SATURDAY
, papers "From,now on he'll stand all his watches at home( and proceeded to Philadelphia Na-
I Show to be announced on bulletin board. Show at.2000[ only,
\ I -=::.==-=-...:.. ==:...:: -- ------ val Hospital for further duty. SUNDAY
Association I From the same source we find that "NIGHT EDITOR," starring Janis Carter. Show at 2000 only.
Commercial | Now two of our nurses have recently MONDAY AND TUESDAY
I been married Lt. Elizabeth E.
I : "MAKE MINE MUSIC," featuring Dinah Shore. Show at :2000
t Conducting Drive Lafferty to Lt. (jg) Richard
BulletinS Queenlan at the Catholic Chapelon only. S

I 1 For New Members I Wednesday, 1 :May, 1916; and WEDNESDAY"
and Arthur
S will .ba arrepled said aparttilled. Lt. Comdr. Sazel L. Cook to Lt. "BLONDIE'S LUCKY DAY, with Penny Singleton
Eat; B2JO. I Lake. Show at 2000 only
A membership drive is now be- Richard L. Elliot on Sunday :5 TIIURSD\Y It
': : FOR SALK !i ing conducted by the local branch May at the Protestant Chapel. "OUR HEARTS WERE GROWING UP" with Brian Donlevy and

: G I.I>NI.I,,. ... baby hun $I5, Lt. Cohen ot the Fleet Reserve Association, I Gail Russell. Show at 2000 only.
i Mil Riverdole l Rd, Tel. z.,*;4. :!i according to an announcement this : The Red Cross "May Frolics"
.. '
Ltrintruom, dinin' r< im and budruum
I fill' ..h"-... $191 HMiiil: ..t.. JJ32H K..u- week. I Dance will be the big drawingcard OTHER EVENTS
i l ilolph St.. N.\S. || The branch No. 91, was formed for patients at the Hospital
r l t. Stud couch and Hollywood bed Tel.. 2Humilton here in December, and already has Auditorium this evening. Music by
I 0540. -\st II.-\LL-MUQn Field Friday 10 May. Fliers vs. Ward la-
wrist !several hundred members. Meet the Sep Senders'; hostesses from .
I watch IT-jewel gold land at 1615.Saturday.
! I 1-' f"e.U.. O.l Mthotiwn. HOg 701, Km. ings are. held on the second and 'Jax. and refreshments too. So- Island
Fliers Ward at 1400V,
11 vs.
r 124. t-JLt. IS). I and wind the May,
| fourth Wednesdays of the month. come on out MayPole
'17 Clvrvri.l-t.: ,...r .........'(air condition I I| KAIN'SIDK' LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception i Center, located i.i In
Onvia. ilancar IK 01 4JIJ\ E. Dewey I IP Yearly dues are six dollars. | with the crowd tonight. !: .
" I. "rk. i Navy or Marine Corps enlistedmen i e i the South wing of Building No. V:35: is open to .MAS: personnel ana theirguests

'" '57 For convertible' roo...... |,oo, Lt. (JIr) I with six or more years of Just below the news about the 1 from 1000 to 2200 daily.

Ir 1! ,M Biggs i kat.: 750: .. honorable service who continue in dance may be a good spot to insert I LI Bit A KY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-
1'iirLitid. RIO 4-d.
ml, ..,. very clean, guar> Urea, radio XH.U40I L. service until transferred to the the fact that dance lessons are still Ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100( ( Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
I' C. (' rr. Yellow Water, Orb. H, t5A!. Fleet Reserve or retired transferred I being given every Tuesday at 1300 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 2100.

,' I ira ample. rugs.bedroom. (Salt suite llli anft.Cumberland........ and Rd.l to the 16 or 20 year classes of in Jhe Rec Room. If you feel the SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming,

I Kwick Electric: Diy Shaver with year the Fleet Reserve or Marine Corps need to brush up on some of the 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, Mon.-Fri. 0800-1900. Sat. 1000-1900. Sun.
, (guarantee New. Sell for half price. Reserve or those on the retired : newest steps this is the place to 1200-1900.
:' Fell Kttenaio: IIS., list of the Navy or Marine Corpsare come. BOXING-For information regarding workouts contact Lt ut. A.
Woddina Ring. white auld: set with fire
to-elect cut diamonds Will acll fi>r eligible for membership. I as. J. Rubino extension 593; or report to MainsMe Mat after 1500.
Si...<,. Cwt More. 141011& 321. Extension I I Founded.. and chartered in 1924 I Attended and enjoyed by manyof GOLF Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
I s I c.i at -Philadelphia- - Pa.- the. organization the patients was the Jacksonville and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Colt clubs and balls are available at Golf

I FOB RENT has grown rapidly. Today Philharmonic Concert presented House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

i: UiuUira apartment. prv! ..t.. kith hut the Association boasts a total of I by the Friday Musicale. I ANI.'I10RAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
, .water S .bedroom. kitchen, tivinxr I sin oo'eh. all furmahed. Private rrtiVnee ed States and its territories. Head- also on the program and the Red ,I j Field. -

I 1704 F.: .adulu gth SU..desired 1..... 4-S84I-J.Mrs Ruby Lloyd, quarters are \\ashington; D. C. I Cross is making arrangements for TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train

Kwim with twin bed and home irlvll- Complete information may be tickets-so watch for( notices. I ing Building No. 726, and also on. Mat area (corner of Mustin and
eg<'s for working girl. In Riverside ae*. II obtained from Chief Machinist. I Yorktown Roads).
tion.bane lilt Tel 2.Oak..<.M.. Office Tel. -09iJ or E. Beall. Hangar 115, Ext. 272. or'' That's a long, sad face Lela G. VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON, TOUCH J'OOTB.-\LL-OC1icer personnel -
Attractive corner bedroom for Imaim-aa T. L. Morse. ],MoMMlc Ext. 8911 I Reid, HAIr is carrying around previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requestedto
lady, whit cooking nnvileitea. In private J I these days. Can't say that we I meet at the gear Issue room at noon daily for organized activities.
"hmt>. convenient to>> NA.S. Tel. 2- blame her husband "Whitey" ------___u_ _
Front 1024. .Ixslruom. with kitchen |>i'Ivileitea.lilt CAPT. BUTTERFIELD Reid is now an Ex-PhMlc and way old, regular Navy dog, who lives OFFICERS MAY WEAR
Kad4l St. (Sprimfieldl. Kxt.: lIiel up North somewhere in a place and there. "Schen-(
both here Yep,
ur after tS Tel. 3.1311.\\. DETACHED; SUCCEEDEDBY called New York--guess he's lost, KHAKIS INDEFINITELYYou'll
Gwen" has a playmate now. Don'tknow .
too! I
WANTKIi COMDR. SCHROEDERCaptain I where "Teddy" came: from, be seeing more khakis,
Play-pen. 1..... 2-C9.HI. around now'
I 4 or li.rOOf1h..u.e or apartment, furn- George N. Butterfield When both the Corpsmen and I but everyone's worried about an- I
I .. I I AINav 211-16 states that uni-
Softball Teams hit the
Uli d unfurnished NAS WAVES
or near route. .
C. M. funteibury. flight Test .:.t. 4I.. staff aircraft material 'Officer II diamond for practice the place I other mouth to feed and tickledto form regulations will be modified
A rid. to tal. for diacharitvv 13 Mny here for the past two years was looks mighty colorful. Those gold see the playful spirit old Schen- placing the popular officers'

Willhare = I ; : detached 6 May He reported. to and blue uniforms sure brightenthe ley has taken .on.. khaki working uniform on a par

L. i,, Roc l Ia. NVS, Jag Eat '11. Boston. Mass., where he will undergo place up. Incidentally, both with slate grays.

TKADEA I Harvard a Graduate course .of School instruction of Business at teams are still playing plenty of Say, Cazarek, HAlc, has gone Existing regs permit the wear-
good ball. Why not come out and and the one question we wanted to ing of khaki only until the present
A )- hose la AlexaiidilM.. Va... foihtiuiM Administratfon. see a few of the games they have ask must remain unanswered. We stocks on hand are exhausted.
of value In JxcUonilU.
a equivalent !'
Andrew J. Wurti. Jr., 2H u. ('..". The captain has been succeeded scheduled ? sure had it in mind to ask her who Now the wearing of either is to be
tnl Av*.. Alexandria. V... by Comdr. Fred J. Schroeder, : would answer "Present" when the optional.If .
41 4:herul. Conv""libl"l for. '41 or '4!. who served as assistant material Staff Dance <( mab'1 rloavU-rar G. ); Lunafoid.AC \
MM, Ground Training, };,t. I! 44. officer on the staff since 11 December becue") coming up fast. Need piece? ? ? blends better with that smooth new

1915. some able and willing sailors on suntan you're sporting, you don't
LOST .i, a a this committee and hope a few I I have to worry about grays for the
I' "Jim proposed to me last night
A Rocket. watch with initial "IV rniciuv.r4 Our idea of an optimist Is the drop in and volunteer. Promise you summer
an ...."k. Ixtot in area of Shop 8o0AI. I and I'm sore at him. .
man who took the marriage vows (tots of fun and quite a bit of work. j'
Main :
ALIt hnnitar. T. Dickinson | "
Sh I"C\. Eat: 8182. Reward JKarkmi at the ripe old age of 87 and started "What makes you so mad? Just because a girl is well oiled
win-lauM at Ofncen' Club pool.Gloria house hunting for a nice place Things are picking up for 'I "You ought to have heard Vhat I is no guarantee that she won't
Bourne, Rot, 2 86. j close to a school. i "Schenley-Gwendolyn," the tired, | he proposed." squeal.
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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS ,


HI: v 1I s ..
nn. !!WtD one of us has now, or holds in ten- 'l
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der memory, a loving mother. Other thingswe

Editorial Offices may lack. Inheritance may have blessedus
Office ot Public Information, Room 221
Administration Annex, BId,. 934 with poverty. Childhood may have been
Telephone Extension 8542' cramped with need or spoiled with luxury. fj'

Arthur M. Greene, Editor Circumstances may have denied us some of Rr .' ,

the advantages of education. We have :; ,
U. Ul) Euftn E. Speight. USNR. Public Information Of fin may r
the JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. b, missed many of the legitimate joys of life.
Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Horlda, by the Office of But, each one of us has known a mother's
and Incompliance
information at tothe government
1 Public no expense
with Secnav 'Circular Letter 45-N. 28 May 1945. love, a mother's faith, and a mother's influ- ,
Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air
Station the Naval Air Technical Training Center the
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Com ence.No
love earth mother.Jove.
mand? Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval on surpasses ','
Air Gunners' School, the U.) S. Naval Hospital and the There is the love of friends who are mutually -

Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Mayport. loyal and helpful. There is the love of
Captain Anthony R. Brady. USN Commanding sweetheartsenthusiastic fervent !
Jacksonville Naval Air .
There is the love of husband and wife in '
Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding! I4I 'I :
life's holiest affectionate
Naval Air Technical Training Center partnershiptender, (
and true. There is the love of childrenfor / C.RV1C L I "- i
Captain Clarence J. Brown (MC) USN. CommandingU. _
S. Naval Hospital their parents, mingling awe and respect DRY

Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USNR, CommandingNaval and gratitude. But over them all and sur-
Personnel SeparaUon Center passing them all, beautiful in its purity, un- wLEANING"I\

Lt. ",I. Alexander A. Vandegrift, Jr.. USMC, Commanding selfish in its service, and unfailing in its .-
Marine Barracks .::.::::::;;
faithfulness, is mother-love. "
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Captain Naval R. R.Air Brlner Gunnert USN School Commanding "The bravest battle was fought : ,' :: !D .....

Deep in a walled-up woman's heart- -_.--._.. .,.: tJ
Commander Howard EX Born. USN, Commanding -.. .
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Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil field" Of a woman who would not yield, .'. f. <:_...--.:..... -- .- .-
Capt.Marine Marvin Aviation L. Seidel.DetachmentThe USMCR. But bravely, silently bore her part-

Lol 1 There is that battle field!1" think there has been a mix-up In the dry cleaning;
JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service
and Ship's Editorial Association material Republication Yes, May 12th is Mother's Day. On Moth-
ot credited 'matter prohibited without permission of CNS,
War Department 200 1:. 42nd St.. N.Y.G. or SEA Wash er's Day a Nation's gratitude does honor BOOK SHELF

except ington 25 by D.service C. Republication publications, la of another; without matter, and homage. You will think of her often, Manpower Box Score I r I .. i

permission of Editor JAX AIR vI'o m. but, be assured that for every once you thinkof Enlistments In the Regular !

her, she will think of you ten times. Navy during the period since I The AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF. : ;
the surrender of Japan through WILLIAM WHITE, STARLING :
"Yesterday's Heroes"Even Let every man and woman on this Sta- 28 April totaled 208,842. During i OF THE WHITE HOUSE, and .

tion write a real love-letter, send some sym- i that same period the Navy returned BURMA SURGEON RETURNS "t
bol sincere sentiment 2,228,132 to civilian life. still remain on the non-fiction bestseller
of and attend
such humdrum work as salvaging I a serv- list which continues to be ...
ice in Her honor. I The enlistment figures Include
aluminum from obsolete and war-weary air- first enlistments re- headed by Betty MacDonald'f ;

craft has a touch of drama and romance in Captain Francis Lee Albert, ChC, USN. 1 i t men t., extensions, and THE EGG AND I.

it. J. F. O'Connell, who is attached to, the A -*- changes from USNR and The most recent addition to the
& R Screening Board at the Salvage Yard USN-I. list is PEACE OF MIND by Joshua
L. Liebman. In this, ,the author "
was inspired by the sight of the. strippedand combines religion and psychologyin

lifeless hulks to write the following Popular Pair an approach to understanding -,
human nature and solving per-
tribute to "Yesterday's Heroes": :\
Today I wandered through a graveyardof Continued from 1'age One sonality problems. A

heroes. Really it was the Navy Salvage :r tews c nclVieuus f rnnnStntiohBy vice ribbons, including the Bronze WASHINGTON TAPESTRY by C'
Olive Clapper, the widow of Ray- ;
Star, Purple Heart, Philippine Lib- 1
Yard where once mighty warbirds have eration, and Asiatic-Pacific with mond Clapper, newspaperman and ,J
come to rest. There rests a gaunt Corsair four battle stars. radio commentator who was killed .ti

like a limp bird clipped of its great wings, Recently, Rear Admiral Ralph .1 in a plane crash in the Marshall i

its once sleek body scraped and peelingamass 1 Davison, Chief of the Naval Air Islands, is coming up on the best 1,.
I Chaplain W. R. StevensonIt seller list also. Based on personal If
of twisted cable and metal. The prop Advanced Training Command, pre- recollections and notes kept by l
that once glistened and whirled in the sun- is fitting that we take the time, as has sented the Legion of Merit to Captain her husband the book is a de-

light, now bent at grotesque angles. On its been done on this Station, to observe the an- as Albert Seventh for Fleet outstanding Chaplain service on scription of the political scene of .

side are fine silhouettes of the flag of the niversary of VE Day. Our object in makingan the staff of Vice-Admiral ThomasC. the last two decades enlivened with

Rising Sun_-a grim reminder that this once anniversary occasion of this day is two- Kinkaid. While on Admiral Kin- many stories of human interest.
of fold: we remember and give honor to those kaid's staff, he was senior chap- ONE WORLD OR NONE, edited
proud bird met and defeated the enemies by Dexter Masters and Katharine '
lain in the Allied Command, su-
its country.The who died in the conflict, and we rememberand pervising 200 naval chaplains in Way is "a report to the public on .

scene fades, and now we are on the give thought to the issues that were, and caring for the religious and spirit- the full meaning ot the atomic'

flight deck of a huge carrier_our crumpled still are, at stake in the conflict. ual needs of 250,00 Navy men from bomb." It gives a step-by-step analysis -
of the basic problems involved y
Corsair in its full glory. Men swarm over its The men who lost their lives died in or- Australia to the Philippines. In the use of atomic energy. .'

guns, loading her with gas and ammunition.Now der to keep the Fascist armies and Fascist Before October returning, Chaplain to Albert the Statesin flew Each article Is written by an authority

its mighty engine flays the air with a ideas from our land and from our world. We over 50,000 miles on 78 spiritual on that aspect of the sub-

dinning crescendo. A young airman bringsthe cannot honor them too much for having missions, visiting Navy chaplainson ject which he covers. Dexter Mas a
ten Is editor of new
metal bird to life. Down the flight deck given up home and comfort and loved ones, 30 different Pacific islands. He general, incidentally science magazine a SCI- .

she sweeps, roaring defiance and climbinginto and most precious of all to them, their own new participated Navy chapels in the dedication in the Pacificwar of 46 ENCE ILLUSTRATED, which is "

the blue. Presently her guns spit flame lives in this world struggle for justice and zone. also available in the Station Li- ,

and death, the flaming wreckage of the ene- decency.The The 52-year-old captain was brary.Another title is the
in the vast blue of the Pa- born in Elma Iowa and interesting
my disappears danger in such observances as we are attended C I A NO DIARIES, 1939-1943.
cific.Now making this week is that we look only to the Cedar Valley Seminary, George Since the author was Mussolini's -

our great bird has come to rest past. Even though the fighting has ended, Washington Richmond University, Union ,Theological Universityof son-in-law and Foreign Minister,

In another corner, lying feebly on her even though Germany and Italy and Japan Seminary, and the Divinity School he saw in most of the Important career actions
Italy's diplomatic
side, the once proud queen of the.skies, the were defeated, the Fascist danger is still of the University of Chicago. lie from 19391943. It is. his impressions -

Martin Mariner, stripped of her engines, a present. The war itself had merely a nega- was licensed to preach by the First that he has recorded in his
searing flame cutting her trim lines to broken Baptist Church of Chattanooga, diary.
tive function: namely to check the Fascist Tennessee in 1915, and ordained by tl
pieces of metal, great gaping holes in her powers in their move to spread over the I the First Baptist Church of Richmond >
Schenectady, N. Y. (
beam, the wind playing a last mournful dirge world. In itself, war is unable to accomplishmuch Virginia. He was ,assistant York legislature unanimously
through the sagging cables, is dying. Once pastor of.the First Baptist ChurchIn be
in a creative way. By checking evil decided blue laws should j
the soared in all her majesty with Richmond and pastor of the amended so can perform orderly
queen forces, however, it provides the opportunity Boulevard Baptist Church there people
grim young men living in the bowels of her for us to go beyond the shooting war and bofore entering the Navy in 1918. tasks on Sunday. Action resulted ;:.
from arrest of a Schenec-
great hull. How many weary hours of patrol create a world that is really based on justiceand Captain and Mrs. Albert and tady householder, charged with resisting -

she spent over a member of the fleet, scan- good will. That should make it evident their two youngest daughters, an officer who observedhim

ning the horizon, ferreting out the undersea that, far from the war being over, it has Fern 2935 Marie W. Lakeshore and Betty Lu reside at applying putty to the outsideof
enemies of nation. Once her cavernous Drive Jack- his J Lome on Sunday.I&1iuEd.
our barely begun. We have just begun to fight. sonville, where the chaplain may .
depths echoed to the shouts and laughterof The defeat of the Axis armies now gives us a often be found, when not on duty.

the living, and the moans and screams of chance to work positively for the values working in his .garden..
the dying. Now all is still and quiet. which we have been professing all along. 1

Ah, yes, you Corsair and Mariner, and Let it be said again: while the fighting I Two ProgramsContinued I
you, too, Avenger and Hellcat, yesterday you At the Station rhapeli, BirminghamRoad
may be over, the war itself is still going on. and Mmtln Avenu.
were heroes. Today your broken bodies are from Page One
The Fascist ideas and practices are still pres- Frotettant
fed to the huge maw of the melting furnace. in European battles, from the 0730-Holy Communion Chaplain B.
ent in the world in too it job II'
( our own country, of supplying vast numbers of C. Gilbert.
Yes, your great metal bodies are no more, 0930-NAT'l'U Service Chaplain E,
must be remembered), and there can be no I troops to the more spectacular I E. .
but spirit lives in the hearts of the litylor.104J
your resting until they are crushed.There is still. amphibious operations. -livln Service-Chaplain Fran- I
men who flew with you and nursed you Hi Lee Albert. .I
Recalling D-Day in
prevalent the notion that we must make Normandy, 1815-Tha Young Feoplt'f Valet ,
through to final victory. the nation our god. We are still guilty of Mr. Smith said "Over 124,000 Naval Hour_Small Chapel.
Farewell, "Yesterday's Heroes." To your officers and men participated Divine Service fr Colored Per* nnell I...
of prejudice and injustice towards other people It was the old story all over Building 004
the everlasting gratitude a 1430-Chaplain 1J. u Gilbert.
memory goes of their color beliefs.
on account or race or again-this time in gigantic pro- Sunday School Small thairt
grateful nation. These and other practices are Fascist in portions. One example of Naval ingenuity 0930-Chaplain B. C. Gilbert.

) --*- their nature, and we are not safe so long as was the sinking of many 063o--Mall. Catholic
old merchant ships just off the
Veteran Training they exist. beaches to guarantee smooth wa- O\lSG-Mu..

Let us give all honor to those who made ter for small craft making landings 1700 tlOG-Hi..h--Mau. lot....

(SEA-Employers) hiring veterans for the supreme sacrifice; and let us remember ." (hrl.liait Science fe rtt.|
must intend to themon :Mr Smith, besides 1100-bundnyi Smull Chapel
keep participating
on-the-job further that so long as these Fascist ideas An Outdoor Nursery for small children -

the payroll once they are trained, the still exist in our country or in our neighbor- November In the North 1942 African, also served landings as in a and 1200.Weekday In maintained. between 0930

Veterans Administration has ruled in dis- hood, and we are indifferent to them, or sup- member of Air Group 12 in the Pa- Religion Scribe,
closing apparent efforts to defraud the Gov- ; port them, we are betraying the dead. cific, where he spent approximately Jewiih Ftllawahlp Keligiova fewic Hour* and :t

ernment and veterans in training. The VA two years. lie holds the Silver 1800-Friday In the Small ChapeL
subsistence checks for alleged Star three DFC's and eight Air latter Day !Halnta! genric
discovers getting
will stop subsistence checks when it are .W.dnudq-Matual Meeting, In .
such training. In other instances ex-servicemen Medals, in addition to the Navy mnll l Chpcl. ..
cases. Unit Citation while t
won he
was Young Mcit'a Bible Ctwa
Reports have indicated that some plantsare are being trained overly long or for jobs that aboard the Aircraft Carrier Randolph WO-Thuradny in. 'Small. Chnpil--l1'. l

using veterans as cheap labor while they may not become available lor.years. _E. Caylor.


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9 May, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five, V ;

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Inspection Dept.

PersonalitiesThey L9HE 27 'g

Come and ,= AROUND=
goBy -; A&Rff

Sara E. Verner

Wedding bells rang out on 3 May

for Patricia Moriarty of the main Plant Division! -by G. V. Pw ta the "Florida sand in his shoes."

Inspection office and Roy Askewof -Among the thousands of naval Emergency 1tt'Iair-by 1'aun-

= E, the Separation Center "Pat" officers who are going back to Bart Volker, AMMlc and J. Jor-
d am a was among the first to be assigned good old civilian life, is Lt. E. 1(:. don, Sic, were discharged from

to the Inspection Departmentand larson, assistant plant division NAS this week. Jordon was pre-

her many friends wish them officer. He is being relieved by sented with a 6 lb., 11 ounce baby
many happy years together.It Chief Warrant Officer D. D. boy 1 April The new arrival's
is nice to see Chief Dickson White. Chief Warrant Officer Pugh name is John William Jordon.

back on the job after a 30-day who was one of the first Navy men I Fred Wood, planner for emer-

L4T, i ii leave.The blessed event happened to to be assigned to the Jacksonville gency repair has been a bachelorfor
Naval Air Station before the war the past three weeks. His wife
the Warren G. Williams on the
and then served is
overseas now
has been in Maine. Poor
< 4 a 22nd of April when a son was back with us again. One of his Lucky wife.

born. main duties is to see that all A
Audrey B. Davis, secretary to & R aeronautical tool rooms are Shorty Millson from 122 is still

the inspection officer, is enjoyinga operated efficiently and properly.He going strong. He is a prominentland
visit with her parents who have is being assisted by Chief M. L. owner and egg tycoon on the
just arrived in J Jacksonville from Anderson. west side of town and recently

their home in San Francisco. Up- Administration and Personnel latched on to some new land. Guess

on their arrival in our city, it was by M. Wood-Miss Ruth Bn I i I we will all have enough eggs now.

raining, so we understand they was very much missed last week Congratulations, Shorty.

wi felt quite at home. while spending a few days in At- The volley ball team in Hangar

Chief Machinist R. C. Smith, for- lanta, Ga. While sightseeing she 122 is still going on at the noon

GOING TO SEND IN some ;"beneficial suggestions ?" Here is mer supply inspection officer, has dropped in a candy shop and hour. One half of the personnel

the committee that passes on your ideas. The hard working members been detached and is now on dutyIn bought the time section a box of watches them play a vigorous

review suggestions in addition to their regular duties in the As- New York City candy, which was enjoyed very game. Lt. J. M. Black is in there

sembly and Repair Department. Standing, left to right, are R. de A current popular topic of conversation much. now pitching a wicked sock! When

.. Quina, chief clerk; Leonard Reese, engine overhaul; and J. W. Silver is "vacations." As leave : Mrs. Florrie Strickland has re- you hear a big noise it isn't the

aeronautical engineer. Seated are Lt. Newman Willis, plant division schedules are arranged, it is most turned from an emergency leave scoring-it is the two sides argu-

and H. A. Burn, supervisor of the accessories division. Chief interesting to note the excitement I because of the Illness of her hus- ing who made the most errors. We

Machinist D. D. White, committee chairman, was not present when displayed' when the anouncement" I band. Mr. Charlie Field, planning still challenge enough good men to
"Your eave has been approved, and beat
the picture was taken. : division senior Is come our group.
supervisor, spend-
is made. It is also interesting to'' '
vacation in Pa. One of the people in emergency
I ing a Philadelphia, .
note how these vacations will be 'I'
How To Win Money Engineerng Division-by L. Boy- repair escaped a slight concussionlast
spent, whether it means a trip to
ett-Meet E. "Dick" Tracy, super- week-Julie Steel, at the noon
.. the mountains, a week at some I visor of the duplication shop, en- hour, always parks on the rim of
beach, or just spending the time at
Suggestion Group gineering division. "Dick" has beenin the wastepaper basket It slippedso
home. did Amelia and her .
I this shop four months and on was
the Station for four and a half red as the office was full of spec-
Holds Answer To ProblemBy years. He has been in the printing tators.

SUPPLY business for thirteen years. The Another mishap took place with
'smell of ammonia Jane Adam's husband
Margarie D. Putnam ? mimeograph when he
stencils, printer's ink, and blank- had the third accident in one
"Did you hear? Joe Bloke just won $501"! *$ SLLi s rola make "Dick" feel at home. month. He is suffering with a sore
Has any one ever come up to you, and with words to .. Charlie Olden, aeronautical engi- neck plus other minor injuries.

that effect, told you about some one in your departmentwho r- neer in charge of the SB2C pro- Two of them resulted from a
has been in and ride and the
gram Assembly scooter remaining one
had received suggestion check ? Were
just a you en- Repair over four years. Mr. Olden in the car. Jane, you better take
vious? Could you have used an award like that just as well? I hails from Baltimore, Md., but has care of him.

You can be next. It isn't hard. That idea you have been Clara E. .
By Speer
toying with for a long time mightbe Man has I BONING FOR EXAMS I
Foolosophy: now con'quered
office and
procedure personnel
Just the thing to cut down man-
almost r
matters. Often, he is the mediatorover every dangerous v.--" Hit
hours In your department, or effect disputed claims. thing in nature except human na- I ,. >..,f,..',*
the saving of a considerable sum ture.
James III AMMSc is ('
Sproul, ,
of money. the investigator for the committee. John Colvin (purchase) remark-I
The people who decide upon the ed that he needed to take a ,
value of submitted are Sproul has three years of Navy
suggestions to cut his grass, as too many wild II
just as anxious to make an award training among which was a year animals were running loose in his I
spent electroplating depart-
for a beneficial suggestion as you neighborhood. The bear which ran
are to receive it. If the idea is ments. He is keenly interested in amuck in South Jacksonville on
machinery and all types of aircraft |
good, they'll payoff.The and killed
April 30 was finally ran
He attempts to get a com-
Beneficial Com- his back but I
Suggestion plete interpretation of a straight through yard,
mittee on Awards is made up of tion as offered. Sproul's sugges-ready he said it "didn't stop to say hel-

the following members: A. O. An- smile has become a regular part of lo!" His next door neighbor, one
derson, Industrial Relations Officer of the ladies chased by the bear, i a. NB
the A &\; R investigation, and he
; Lt. Comdr. John C. Allman, be found time of day exclaimed, "Oh, Lord, my time has
may any
of Inspection; Lt. Comdr. F. R. : questioning or sketching various come, but this is a heck of a way ;

Briggs, Storehouse Officer of Sup- devices throughout the department to die." I

ply; Lt. Newman Willis, Plant Di- When he completes his Investigation Mr. Myers says that some people -
of A & R Lt. ( ) still out the hard
vision Officer ; jg are finding 1'f' .
it is discussed with the r. -- "'
of Public Works and first to the old 45 -'--5Melsheimer ----- !
Henry White recorder, then presented to his way, by going I
the recorder, Margarie D. Putnam committee for consideration. building-that the war bond office

Decision Final I Procedure Used. has moved in with the accounting

This committee decides on the final The investigator follows a cer- department.Ethel .
disposition of all suggestionsat tain procedure to obtain all infor- Perritte (administrative)
this and their decision was happy upon learning that her
activity mation possible concerning a suggestion -:
is final. However, a suggestionmay which has been assigned I son, Lt. Clyde L. Perritte, had ar-

be reinvestigated and reproc- to him by the recorder. These are rived in San Francisco from the
essed. It is after suggestionshave Pacific after an absence of over
only some of the questions for which he
been thoroughly investigatedby attempts to find the answers: three years, but her joy was short-

the recorder and subcommittees 1-Is the basic idea practical? lived as immediately upon arrivalat

of each division that this com- 2-Is any part of the idea prac- Camp Shelby, :Mississippi, he .---- ---
mittee is called to review ideas. tical? had to be rushed to a hospital for ONE OF TilE most popular pastimes during the noon hour

One of these sub-committees is 3-If so, what part? an emergency operation. However, these days is studying for the forthcoming civil service examina-
the-A & R Committee. This group 4-Is the idea new at this ac- she is compensated in a measure tions. Practically every department on the station has its share of
of men meet at the call of their ? by having at home again her son,
0 tivity temporary or W.SA. employees who are anxious to attain perma- I
t chairman to discuss and recom- 5-Has it been tried here? Re- Forrest, who served in Europe nent status through the examinations. Typifying a scene you will

mend action on ideas about which jected? Under what circum- with the 82nd Airborne bride Yvette Division for-, I find everywhere, joint study of questions likely to be given on the
and his French ,
the investigator has complete in- stances? test, are Mary Barket, left, and Martha Pearson.
formation. At this meeting is also 6-Would the adoption result in merly of Aulnay Sous Bois,

recommended any suggestion any of the following benefits: I France. had Mrs. Shanahan to

which requires R.E.I bureau au- (a) Improved product (b) Im- Follow-up section regretfullybade INSIDE their house for dinner Monday
to Ruth Holt who
thorization, or safety suggestions. proved manufacturing methodsc farewell ,
night. During the evening severalof
her position, one duty of
Chairman ( ) Increased production (d) Bet- PUBLIC WORKSBy
which necessitated her chasing Mrs. Shanahan's friends from
The chairman for some months ter production control (e) Waste
was Lt. Farson, assistant plant division elimination (f) Reduction of costsg hither and yon shepherding invoices in which the Virginia K. Walpole Design dropped in, and she was

officer. Recently, Lt. Farson ( ) .Reduced labor turnover (h) tardy refused and to elusive flow as they should Yessir, Spring.must definitely be presented with a lovely travelingbag

was replaced by Chief MachinistD. Improved industrial relations. through the regular channels here. Mr. Don Woods, Chief Clerk, from the entire section. This
D. White who has over 19 years 7-Whether or not it will be Purchase regrets that Eve- took a day off to do his annual amusing incident also comes from
experience in the U. S. Navy. He adopted, if not, why not? group
and to
lyn MacKenzie, supervisor of Spring painting, according Design. It seems that havoc broke
is particularly trained in engine 8-Cost of adoption. his assistant, Pete Capps, for the loose the
award section, wired in her Thursday morning over
overhaul and the procurement of 9-Savings from suggestion ..... resignation
---- first time in three years, he not of Miss Juan-
from Hartford, a mouse
v"'V'U'''' appearance
',materials and supplies. Other (this is figured at one dollar an "Mrs.: fall off the ladder. ita Wise is credited with
where she will become seeing
,1 members of the committee are II.A. I hour for labor). Also safety,
Housewife" again. She "willed" Other indications of Spring come him first, and giving out the general
Burn senior supervisor of the I health, and material are taken into -
division who I consideration. I her apartment to Dorothy Roche from maintenance. Mr. "Hon" alarm by standing on a chair
accessories overhaul Guides Committee I (award), and that is news. Murray was observed walking and shrieking. Some six to eight
... .. ... "h'ks direct supervision instrument and propeller This committee is directly under Fordon H. Poppell (Inventory) around in the clouds, but came engineers came to her rescue, and
experience in Memorial down with Wonder !) after carefully planned attack,
elec- the guidance of Lt. Newman Willis celebrated Southern day a bang. ( why a
C02 bombsights, oxygen, division. Willis is by the acquisition of a bride Mr. Cockrell has been off all week captured the mouse, and all returned -
and of the
trical, ordnance, hydraulics, due to illness; his fellow workerssay to work. The ultimate dis-
valves. He believes in giving sug- an officer who has wide experiencein
miss his smile and of the mouse was not dis-
they cheery posal
gestors a fair break, and will aid the intricacies of machine He work is I Civil Service Exams hope he'll be back soon. The labor closed.
in recognitionwhere and administrative problems. I
anyone an article of change seems Interested in new processes and Scheduled Saturday unit is expecting to hear a real The three young ladies in the 'II
after-dinner story when Mr. I Public Works central files claim
feasible.J. new problems. and atmos- Wright returns from his fishing due an apology for the
W. Silver is an aeronautical When the sub-committee passeson The peaceful quiet I they are
engineer, who impartially passes their recommendations, the phere that generally prevails inmost trip.Wilma remark made in this column last
on engineering suggestions. Silveris suggestions are given to the recorder offices on the station over Perkins, of the power week that they knocked each other
weU liked. He will advise and who prepares them for the the week-ends will be conspicu- plant, is making a trip to Southern down in their efforts to help a
this All Florida this week-end to make certain newly-returned veteran
give assistance to accomplish rec- senior committee which makes a ously absent Saturday.
ommended changes. final disposition and replies by let- clerk-typists and clerkstenographers preparations for her graduation in who is situated across the hall

Leonard Reese, of engine over- ter to each suggestor. who have filed their applications June-she is to receive her B.S. from them. According to the ladles -

miul is another member who is Through the next few Issues of for the civil service exam- degree. That big smile you've seen in question, this young man

well known and liked by the per- the Air News, the various sub- ination prior to 26 March 1946 on :Mr. Boyer's face is due to the spends a considerable amount of
sonnel of engine overhaul. He un- committees will be presented so will be included in the testing. fact that Mr. Russell D. Patten is time coming in the file room, securing -

derstands and can interpret sug- : all personnel may know their immediate This group includes all who do not returning from the merchant marine files and returning them, .
gestions which sometimes seem committees and will feel have a classified civil service status Mr. Patten formerly had sometimes exchanging the same

I small but have a comprehensive more free to contact them for ad- Employees who have filed charge of power plant No. 2 and file three times in one daytheyfeel

benefit resulting. vice and guidance. Remember, their applications since then will was transferred to Cecil Field priorto the "shoe is cn the other foot' ,"

R. de Quina, chief clerk of A & they have dollars for ideas. Why take the examination at a later his military' furlough. but that after all, depends on how .

R, helps pass on ideas affecting not exchange them? date. Reports are that Mr. and Mrs. you look at it. t





1 i I I Kilroy Enters Av. '

1j ,

\ I Fund. SchoolKilroy I.!.

OfBy has been here! And not

only has Kilroy been here but he
'. ; WHftT TO DO! (WHERE' TO COl I Iia here now.
A Comdr Robert P. Beeb I J. C. Kilroy, S2c. is from PhIladelphia COMPANY PROFILES[ |
', I I The big news affecting the Pennsylvania and a stu-
; i MOVIE SCHEDULE I troops this week is placing the ten dent in the Aviation Fundamental A girl who works for the fun
"y ,I cent charge on the movies. While School. Kilroy believes that he is and happiness of all NATTC is
THURSDAY YANK IN LONDON with Anna Neagle and Dean having to shell out a dime is a legitimate the originator of the saying; "KH- I none other than Marion M. Brooks
I Jagger. 1100. 1130 and 2000. cause for loud griping, I roy has been here." For two years SpSlc( ) of the Welfare Depart-
FKIOAY--DANCE from 2000 to 2400. believe a little thought on the before coming to' the Navy he ment.
SATURDAY YOU LOVE ME. starring Maureen Hara and cause of this action will help to 1 worked at the Naval Air Craft I I I' Brooks. as everyone
nick Haymes. Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000. allay the pain. i. Modification Unit Johnsville Pa. calls .
SUNDAY TWO SMART PEOPLE with Lucille Ball and John This charge has been coming His job was installing seats in' the
Hodialc. 1100, 1730 and 2000. closer and closer for a long time. planes and since everyone else was her, hails from
lIONIAND TUESDAY' -BADMAN'S TERRITORY, tarring It was held off as long as possible, I putting their names on the planes, I sunny Pasadena -
f Randolph Scott and Ann Richards. '1400 1730 and 2000.WIZDXLSUAY I but its final adoption was a simple he decided to do the same. He "d rV California,
SALTY O'ROURKE starring Alan Ladd and matter of arithmetic. All WelI ,1'I worked on 150 planes each day and and attended
Gail Russell. 1400 1730 and 2000. I fare sponsored affairs, which include in every plane he wrote "Kilroy I Pasadena Jr.
TII URSn.NIGHT EDITOR with William Gargan and Janis such things as dances picnics I has been here." College. She

Carter. Showing at 1400, 1730 and 2000. parties, station paper, all ath j I i Kilroy became a sailor in April, -was later"t"rlL14'uated from O.tX-! '
I letic gear except that used in 1945, and really has had an opportunity -
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD I' scheduled classes, the hostess '1 I to continue spreading L.A. at Los Angeles
house, etc., etc, are paid for out saying. He had Boot Camp I .
BALLROOM: DANCE C..ASS-Every Monday and Wednesday at of the Welfare fund. This fund Bainbridge Maryland, and was with a B.S..De.III' \
the Hostess House. Beginners class 1900 to 2000. Advanced class, i'I' comes entirely from the profits of I sent to Shoemaker California on gree. :'
2000 to 2100. I the Ship's Service. There is no gov- a draft but was taken off and sent She entered the Navy in. June .
No other personnel will be admitted. to the Hostess House between ernment appropriation involved. |I j back to Bainbridge. On the next;( 1914. had Boot and SpS) Schou ..

these hours. I In the days the station was i draft he went to Fort Worth, Texas at Hunter before coming to NAT'*
SWIMMING-Pool: No. Recreation for WAVES WAVE Officers TC Jacksonville Florida When
swollen with the war load, the taken off, back to Bainbridge '
Couples, Family Groups-Children must be accompanied by parents I II Ship's Service took in enough to'I' To Norfolk, back to Bainbridge, to WAVES PT was changed from a
I 0900 to 2100. 1230 to 2100. I requirement to recreation, Brooks
Monday through Saturday Sunday support Welfare very handsomely.I Great Lakes, back to Bainbridge,
2 For Male Personnel and Officers. Monday was moved from Physical Train
Pool only-Enlisted Even after the war was over, the I and to Shoemaker again, but always -:
through FridayX> to 1100, 1200 to 1400. 1500 to 1600 and 1700 load at SepCenter kept the profits back to Bainbridge. Upon his I ing Dept. to Welfare Dept. where
to 2100 Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. I from falling to what they would last return he Was made Ship's t you can find her working almost
GOI.r Station Couise. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all per- ; have been with only NATTC personnel Company, which didn't last long ,"any time.
sonnel. Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Audi- I present. However, it was I j before he was put on a draft going Brooks is right at home plan
torium: Monday through Satui'day-1000-1700: Sunday-1030 to 1700. obvious months ago that either In-j j to New Orleans, and back to Bain- ning dances parties, and picnics,
BOW"LING--Six Alleys behind Ships Service available to all per : come must go up or expendituresgo bridge For some reason this fellow because that is what she did before
1130 to 2130. Closed Free coming to the Navy. She Is
sonnel Monday through Saturday Sunday. down For the past few months : just couldn't stay away from
bowling if set own lOc a line for pin boys. also a very good swimmer and has
you your pins. the Welfare has been running on I Bainbridge. Jacksonville was just
MUSICAnyone interested in joining the newly organized band, Ship's Service Capital Funds that about the only place he hadn't taught swimming for several
contact Randals at Barracks 13. I I years. In golf, tennis, archery
were not neceSsaiy in the been so he was sent here for Aviation I
TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical Training Bldg. business of the store. reduced I Fundamental School. He is'' swimming, softball, or any sport,
513_ 1M I she can outdo most of the other
in iiasa 11, :
HOSTESS IIOUSK-Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sun- The Commanding Officer called I have 200 members.In ; girls. Brooks is handy with the
relatives and a special meeting of the Welfare I needle and thread and also the
day 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, guests.NATTC
Board to consider the problem.The his travels he never let
LlUitAItLocated in Auditorium. Open Monday throughFriday ; I paint brush. All in all we will have
facts brought out were: 1. the chance go by to put "Kilroy to call Brooks "The NATTC All
0930 to 2100 and to 2100.
: Saturday Sunday-1230
The movies cost about $3,000 a has been here" where it could be "
Around Girl. _
ATHLETIC GiAK-Available at Gear Locker Physical Training and ,I .
seen, now almost
month and are,the largest single everywhere 1'1 ,
D utment. 513.
p item 2. The Ship's Service profitis you go, you can see "Kilroy has
IIOnnSilO.. Open nightly from 1900 to 2130. Saturday and "
I been here. '
not enough to pay for movies, Smokers For Av. 3
Sunday afternoon from 1400 to 1630. Instructors will be on duty ISHUFFLEB I
Jet alone other welfare -
when the shop is open. Shop has leather craft, model airplanes and any program I
Even an increase in prices
pie xigliss. would not bring in enough proflt to : RD' Fund. Students

WHERE TO GO-ASHORE 'cover the program. I The students of the Aviation
All activities of the Welfare Department
Fundamental School to
are going
,JACKSONVILLE 11KACI1ES; -Buses leave at frequent intervals were carefully evaluated I ) I start having Smokers every two
from Union Bus Station corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand .and it was the unanimous vote of ) weeks with interclass boxing

other recreation at one of world's finest ocean breaches. Bus the board that the present wet-I ; At the first smoker, which will
fire 25c. fare program was, if anything be held Friday, 17 May, at 2000in
NA\1' .MOT 111C US' IIOS1CSS HOUSE 101 East Church Street. limited and should be continued j .. the boxing ring aud. If rain),
(J isl() CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus and increased. In order to maintain I class 13 vs. It and 15 vs. 16.
StdituMi. church: and Newnan Streets; 311 West Duval Street. USO the high standards of our program I CJI) These Smokers are for the stu-
rtJML. o DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. I the income had to increase I II I dents of the Av Fund. School invited -
CANOEING .'riMIINU AND BOATING: Cedar River on San I and there was no other place to off/can com mm guests only and cokes will be
Juan A, euue.'lake hake Snore Bus, three blocks from last stop on I I find the money than to charge for served. .
San Juan. Row Boats -two hours, 50cf canoes-Jl.OO per hour; motor movies. ; Reported I Anyone wishing to box at the \
boats- 2.00 per hour the to eight people per boat. I Charging ten cents for the show C. II. Sorensen, Lt. Comdr. US !' Smokers see CSpiA) Al Sinbaldi. ,
IIOS lfALK HIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA.BLCS. won't make us too fat most NR. B. S. Kulkoskl Capt., US- --- --
: Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay places charge fifteen. But it will MCR, G. C. Mapes. Ens., USNR, NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL
Rides. cover expenses and may provide a P. Nevans, Ens., USNI TRAINING CENTERJAX
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margin some expansion.
What it all boils down to is that ,
Model Aboard A. A. Aprea, Lieut.. USNR J. F
the good old days are over and we CniilHin lord N. 1.,1.... USN.
L. Brooks, Lieut., USNR, T. B. (t'omm nd i a K
have to pay for what we get Skeel Commiindtr Kolwrt I'. Bribe, USK
Lieut. USNR. G. E, Adams, ,
Contest I S. Neversail I I Lt (jg) USNR, R W. Hughes, Lt. Editorial Offices E..ul'for NATTC
(jg) DC. USN, E. J. Wellman, Lt.
There is going to be a I I SEPARATIONS PAST Section Rooms 137 and 13/*.
(jg) USNR J. Drew, Mach., USN.
Airplane Club at NATTC. I I I to muster at 2000, Adminstration Building 500-A.
meeting will be at the contest'n the U.S.S. Never- 1650 MARKER HERE Tel. Ext. 204Adviaor

Hobby :Shop, Wednesday, I j I Auditorium). R. E. Burglar: "Please let me go, lady
E. W. Andrews. Lt. {..."dr.
I ChC,
with S. J. Jordain II the dance committee' Separations during the past I never nothing wrong. KditorArdyt
charge.All the Neptune Ceremony j week totaled 39 bringing the grand j I Old Maid: ""Well, it's never too Redman SiSt(
to learn. Nf'wlwrit.-r
total from this base to
of you model lots of fun. I separated I Mary Ann Dunnrll. .S|.(X)1K ) .
thusiasts be sure and come I 1661. Siwrl
meeting and start I be sponsored by NAT Those leaving during the week i! We salute the Sailor who talked 'nelh Knapiirrk.., SicYh.t.tr.oh.

the first model airplane I i were: his wife into being sorry for the Made by Photo ')oPt., ft.Ity
To Miami: Constance Hoover I girl who lost her hairpins In the hfhiwl, und..r dirwlin, of 1. L.'EMU"O .

. HAVE DIME READY SpS)3c( ) Polly McDonald Y3c. back seat of his car I '_. ____ CPIwM.. __ --
To Great Lakes: James :McCrav,
( ,! Sic John Veach, AMM3c. I -

To Boston: Robert Hatch, AOM .
j.A LLs. 3c. I .

Cox To Minneapolis: Donald Kilde. TerhTraCen

To Charleston: Mary Burke,
SKVSc Lauren Burns, Y3c, Agnes .
Hall, SKD2c, Marjorie Holden,
SIc. Frances Maher, Sic, Snow
To Jacksonville: Vernon Stan-
sell, SKDlc Richard Boesen, SKV
2c. J. A. Deadrich SKV2c. Lewis Emma Sue McLetxl to Join her husband in California.
Cock. AEMlc, Charles Morris, Rumor has had it that many of HAROLD A. LEE formerly Inr .
1: AETMlc James Buckley, SpA( ) the civilians are resigning because Central Files office, left his position ,
2c, Claud Harrison SpA)2c( ) Benjamin ,, of the approaching Civil Service to enter the State University-
Adler, Sic, Early Saunders. examination which they fear they where he will complete his collet?" -
PhM3c, Wayne Creiner AMM, cannot pass. Such is not the case, education. :
Ralph Stocker, S2c Henry Dyer. however, for those who have or are MRS. FLOURNOY V. GUEN. '
., AOMlc. Augustus Barnhart S2c. about to leave us in the near fu- ARD who was with the Education
i<\ Roger Crandy AEM2c, Malcolm tore, they have more substantial Service office resigned to join '

Orme, AOM2c Paul Szalay S2c reasons- for their resignations.MRS. I husband on the West Coast het'i i) -
William Keefe. AOMlc, Charles I LORELEI 8. BROWN MRS. EULA W. PAUL ,
11 Schneider Sic, R. J. Williams who ua in the Material Office and ly In the Training Department resigned
i AMM2C., Howard Waller Sic, Mil; who liked her job very much, resigned the end of last month to
> ) 3 a' ton Foster,' AOMTlc, Harvey to go with her husband who Join her husband in Eddy, Oklahoma.
Clarke. AETMlc! Louis Smith, was shipped to the West Coast. He has been discharged! from
'/'i'' t'I. AEMlc Raymond Canter berry, MRS. DOkIS W. TROESKEN' the service and will resume his
'.>; "1 I S2c, Frank Heurich, Y2c, Donald who was in the Adv. AEM School practice In civil life as a dentist.

Borkert. SC3c, Neal Biil y, SAD left the latter parlor April for her MRS. MARGARET M. SWISHER -
Ic home in Chicago, her husband be- also of Training Department
I 'I ing discharged from the service. 1 left to take care of her home herein

,, Tourist in Washington: MRS. JACQUELINE PATSKEwho Jacksonville Her husband i laI .
I' side is B iPers on ?" was in the Personnel Office, I stationed' here, and the,couple are e
1 1 Perplexed Sailor: "Ours, I resigned last week. She Is at homeon expecting a new arrival before
1I think I' Forbes Street making preparations : very long
-_- to receive her husband who is 1 STILES C. DYAL who WM a '
I Edgewick1: 'Terribly sorry you scheduled to leave Hawaii in the Yeoman and attached to the Personnel '
Tilt FIRST MAN to pay at the NATTC movie is J, W. Cole burled your wife yesterday, old'' next few days j I j I Office, was discharged from
SC3c. from the Separation Center This is the first time NATTC has i t man" MRS. LYA H. BAILEY, formerly the service, but has returned as a
ever charged for movies and reports are that it has caused no decrease 'I Watleywood: "Had to dead, I in the Industrial Relations' office !!I civilian and we find him back atI
in movie attendance you now," as a Reports Clerk, resigned !I I I his old job in the Personnel OMce.Pa.ge .

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NATTC IN AVIATION NEWS From Aviation Fundamental

NATTC received nation-wide publicity in the Naval Aviation News SchoolBy M Hutchinson Friday

Combat air crew training is being reorganized. Enlisted men with John L. Kstano, CThoM
to fly as combat air crewmen will train on a competitive basis
'Iyt'n I their wings In the This column has covered all the '
post-war Navy reorganization of
gun- Raiders Welch Team
training recently set up. aviation ratings now, with the ex- Drop

After preliminary training, pros- ception of SKV. At the present! Twice During Past Week :
pective combat air crewmen will ClassNine writing there is no provision for a

attend Aviation Fundamentals man to become an SKV throughthis The Air Raiders v>officially\\ open play in the newly or-
School for approximately 14 weeksof school but he gains by our
Naval Aviation Unit Conference
ganized tomorrow
as they
rate shop course whatever ratinghe
training In every phase of naval Leaves NATTC
aviation. Incorporated in the sylla- I goes into. All men should havean travel to Hutchinson, Kansas for a two game series. Manager

bus will be a three weeks course idea of how to order find cor- Merle Makeever and 16 players will board a special plane

. in basic aviation gunnery for men rect title of part wanted;; and how today to I leave for: _the Jay hawk state.
to keep track of the equipment un-
going to AMM AETM, AOM and Last week the Raiders mumped --
J>hr>M. Schools Class AMen der his care. The SKV School is a I the Welch) Comalescent Hospital I; Bred for Welch with the bases
finishing these schools will I class C School" it receives ratedSk'S I crew twice. Wednesday they''| loaded in the first inning The
be assigned to fleet units filling\ s from the fleet for transferto triumphed :5-4 and followed with a I Raiders garnered two runs in the
billets in which they excelled in SKV rating. A class A school 7-4 victory on Friday. third on a walk, hit and an en or.
training. They graduate as seaman may be organized in the future in 'j I Wednesday the NATTC team Then in the last of the fourth Mel
utrikers By the time they are which case the Av Fund School had to come from behind to win Smith banged a long homer to leftfield
ready for combat crew training, would supply the personnel for the game as Jay Hengecock horn- to put the Raiders within a
; tree! men will earn ratings in 'f' the course. -- fUll of Welch
,their respective units according to I } Since writing about the seamanship I Andy Sommer singled in the
1'1'" .:their,.abilities and ambitions course of this 8
.1 p' ;,jjAfttrTproving: themselves they tional arrangements have been Chief Ropinson promptly slapped
k" witt'btjjeent, by their unit com- made for training men with regu- COMPLETE FIRST out a two bagger to send across
j. Jswander to advanced fleet gunnery lar operating squadrons. Out of the winning tallies.
};{?established by Command- each class 20 men are selected for'I I ROUND OF PLAY I In Friday's game the Raidersled
assignment to the VM Squadron
'J,.Q01 ?Force, Pacific Fleet and all the way Les Rasmus ,*n
4 : nder Air Force Atlantic and 20 more are chosen for a.sslgn-I I
This week the Intramural Softball singled Ruty Rutigliano across the
ment to VSB. This takes place
Flfet. League will be in the second plate in the second to break the
their 11th week of school, and replaces -
Air-to-air firing will be emphasized I the training they would ': week of play. Last week almost all ice. Then in the fourth Rasmus-
in fleet schools where prospective have received at hangar 124 inlandplanes. the teams saw action with many sen went to first on an error, Lee
aircrew men will take an teams turning in good performances Chadwick, Mel Smith and Pitcher
intensive advanced gunnery courseof I for the first game. Although I'ratt singled in order to send! ;
month duration I I Most students prefer being assigned there few Lt. \
about one 1 'I were a forfeits Kf\- across three more runs.
High-speed targets towed by fast to the operating squadrons ley, Officer-in-charge of Intramural Welch rallied once when a hit
JD-l's the Navy's; new utility I as this is practical experience. The I II : Athletics, hopes to iron out batsman aji error a walk and a
plane, will aid crewmen as they ( men are divided into three groups :. the kinks so that all teams will hit let across two runs. After that **
train with the latent ordnance consisting of 1. Plane captain's; I play each weekWednesday .
the Raiders defensive
equipment.Following. 1 12. Line crew 3. Wash rack personnel I the Ships Company I game to played win 7-4.a steady -

this training they will They work with trained League got under way with two Bob Pratt chucked the entire
form combat crews and fly with) a I personnel of the squadron many I games being played Fuzzy Mc- I game for the Raiders allowing the
PPC and two junior aviators, of them rated and thus pick up Mackin hurled the Mess Cooks to Weichmen only six blows Lxctptr :
learning the latest electronic and |+ information i invaluable to them' a 11-2 win over Maintenance. Big I [ the one inning that Platt'snl.ltes
technical data I'I when they are assigned to units I blow of the garoe was Ron Mc- I weakened behind him he
As these crews are assigned!' to after graduation from the class Nay's homer for the Mess Cooks, pitched steady ball getting better
the fleet other crews will be rotated I "A" schools. I The other game found Disbursingand 98 the innings went on
at regular intervals Pilots I, 1. The plane captain teams. Physical Training thumpingthe Mel Smith got two singles in
under this system, will have the'' Last Friday the Aviation Fun- These men are assigned to work I Storekeepers, 24-1 Bob Chisel I' four trips to tne plate to lead Vie
advantage of training with air damental School graduated class with the plane captains of the pitched a five hitter for the win- winners in the hit column, Jim
crewmen who already have a' nine Sylvester W Biess, top from squadron, learning about preflight I ners and he was backed by a 22 hit Codd'ngton turned in an outstanding -
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inspections starting and H '
background of aviation knowledgeBy Queens Village Long Island was ; IHLAUL. : game at second base lor the
July of this year it is planned II the honor man warming up of engines; ground Thursday night's games found Raiders. Jim handled seven assists
that NAGS at Jacksonville | Robert 1... Walrath, Jasper, New checks; checking fuel and oil; Barracks 13 beating Barracks 14 I and three putout In addition to
will be disestablished and its fa- York and Lester B Jorgenson, checking flight equipment; and in a free hitting game 149. Mar- 1! getting a double at the plate. In
cilities placed under NATTC. Jack- Guthrie Center, Iowa were gradu- making out the yellow sheets properly zyky blasted a four-bagger for the the sixth inning Coddington drovea
fcfnville, ated with honors When they are checked out, winners and Econe duplicated the I long ball to center tnat looked
._-S.. they are reassigned to one of the feat for Barracks 14. The other good tor at least three bases only
three archery targets, goodequipment II I other steps getting all three two games found Barracks 15 win :'Ito have Joe Tanner make a beautiful -
available at gear locker, on phases in a week. by forfeit over Barracks 16, and over the shoulder running
the part of) the golf course oppo- 2. The line crews. They are Barracks 18 dropped Barracks 17 catch, '
site the NATTC Auditorium.The taught the distribution of fire bottles by the score of 13-8, I Friday, B.i hrr.
dance classes held at the and their, use. Standing by The National League games on NArrc AB H }'() A
NATTCen Hostess House have proven very while planes are being tuned up, Friday saw Barracks 26 edge Bar- I $ommrr rf 6 .1 1 0

e 4 4 1
successful! and the fellows were to observe need for fire equipment. racks 7 in a close game 3-2, Reyn- ('oddineton 2b 4 I a 7
surprised to see how much they Direct planes from the parking olds pitched a four hitter to lead Rubinson If a e 1 .
can learn in Just one lesson. They strip to the take-off area and return Barracks 24 to a 6-4 win over Bar- I Rutill'l..no, .r a 1 1 .
will have a good chance to make They service aircraft with racks 26. Casella hit for the cir- (Rum"oRPn'h..dwi. ,Jb 3b 4 a I 1 4 1 .1
use of what they have learned at fuel and oil, after completing cuit to provide the loser's hitting \'aerewyek. Jb I' II .
eai3 the USS Neversail Dance Fri- flights. The squadron line crew power I Smith, .. 4 2 2 a
ree day, 10 Ma>'. I demonstrates and allows the stu- Inti.'........ IA.,.. (Mon.U .) Pratt )1 4 1 :2 <4WELCH <
I Also at the Hostess House you of W L W LBt.ri.rU > ;
dent to practice proper method
'T AI II 1
II 1 II wB It 1 O A
will find wonderful collection of I HOSPITAL
a bringing planes to the chocks for T.LT 10 Hi.rrHckt 2 e II
popular and classical records.I I and also how to pull) the Barmrln 52 1 'f,til 0 0 Tanner, .C 4 2 6Bodge .
ringing last parking Mtipa tcmaany !... .. (W.dn ) 2b i a 1
Wedding Bells were Physical Training misses Jim (
I chocks when ready for flight Then L y.L Str.et e a '7 aM.I.
week for Maxine Bickford and Bill and Red who left W .
Buckley Harrison they collect the fire equipment and I".k.'I. 0 1 1'ifb' & Pf 1liispcnsary Ib al"H.nfprorl.
Gilomen at the All Saints Chapel. Monday to be civilians. Red will learn stowage. I 0 0 MVM ('sink. I .. ab 4 I S 2Atwell
I proper .
rf 4 2Lyncb
WAVE Joe Bubben was maid of enter the University of South Car- (;'|'. Untril M"inl..n. 0 1A.erie.n
3. t't'ash' rack crew._ Practical I'y_ I...... (ITh..dn.' ss : 1 : iRradd"ck
Gilreath I
Samuel .
honor and Marine olina in :September.The W -1.--; W L Ie 0
is in removing the
acted as best man. There was a reception NATTC Marines have perience gained Parrackl 13 1 Barracki 14 0 1Barrackl I "h..lton, If 1 0Mclnne. .
and oil from ., 2. 2Watson
at the Hostess House and moved back to their old Marine grease engines; props 15 1 0 Barrack 1( IlJar".rb II Z 1 1 eHydcr
accessories and the plane fuselage 1 0 II
IK Barrmki 17 0 1N.tional
soon after the newlyweds left for Barracks 59 and there are about 1
.. .
; !
Routine wash downs of all squadron lLa t"t'da .
Havana Cuba, where they spent a 11 aboard nowEducation. W W L 27 12Batlud
planes keep the student busy Barrarli Barriuk7 sr t
week. They are toW in New Jer- 20 1 0 0 1Barraiki
fur W ninth
and learning all sorts of things 24 1 0 Barrack 25 0 0Harrscks Ninon

sey Bills visiting parents were Maxine here parents for the Given about aircraft that can not be 28 0 1. .Barrnckt. 21 e 0 NAT11.Hospital.010..... ,. ?*<>:4 fiG sea 1 CIO-4 01- taught in a classroom. Kun: CuddinKton, Rutitliano RHmiMrn. .
wedding. I :Mess Cook: "Mate, you're not Chadwitlc i, Smith 2, Budge, btrwt.rnffvcork ; .
Before you can play golf on the I High Place The line chief gives all hands a eating ;your fish. Anything Mclnncn. Error, : Tunmr,
station course you have to pass a lecture when they arrive on the ?" Xndgr. Hnffpork( Lynch, Mclnnm" ., (:h.....
I wrong wick 2, and (Codd.ntc. Two BMW HiUoddincton :
their first He
line for day. explains
est set up by NAS. NATfC Is I Bj Lt. Thomas II. JenkinsIn Mate: "Yes long time no sea. (" Rutiglmno and Henprcvck
going to work with NAS and see a period) of two weeks NAT- about the organization necessaryto Tb,... Dime Hits Lynch Stolen liuwitLranifp 't
that their personnel comply to the TC men voluntarily spent more smooth running of a line, and Son: "Is a ton of coal very CoddinKton: Rutitrimno end Jt ft- \
to each muKM-n BUM on Ballt Off Pratt I, off
what duties are assigned "
*et rules. than 375 man-hours (two month'ssolid much sop? I Mclnnn 4. off Watson 2. HiU: Oft
Frank Hilton and Ray Pfaff are work for an individual!) in man. Safety precautions are FIe: "That depends, my son on Pratt <. nff Mclnnra 7, off WBI.OH 2r .
back from leave and both were taking examinations. stressed and the reason why all whether you are shoveling it or .MKl Ball "tree(: Winning; Pitcher
colleges hands have to use so much care. Pratt Ix..mtf Pitcher) )lfllln... Time ..t
fortunate to be accepted by "Voluntarily" is what is important detailed to buying it G"m.: 2:25,
Hilton will en- Then each student is I j
close to home. I These men spent the work- T
ter the University of South ing week in schools and in jobs a ship company VM or VSB lineman WAVES LEAVE NATTC II
caro-I and their training begun. ___ _
lina for the summer session working and taking examinations, ,
Duke in September. Pfaff en- yet when their liberty days came From time to time throughout the
ter the University of North Caro- around they settled down to grind week the chief calls the students
end reviews the work accomplished
lima in examinations. together
September. through some more sr<
The attendance of the NATTC'I' Is it the Heat? Not likely so and the errors noticed 1 '"e(
Hobby Shop is so large soon in the summer. Is it sheer The operating squadron in the
be necessary to move It to a new I force of habit Not likely accord I fleet will be giving the VSB and
location as soon as a building la ing to eminent psychologists. Is it VM squadron a hearty vote of
available. New machines and materials because they like tests Not like- thanks some time in the future
e \ are coming in daily and act ly period. I I when the students finally arrive
: cording: to the plans In store it will ,I The reason for all of these man I I and: are of,immediate! use, insteadof I
Boon be possible to build wooden hours of hard labor its that these having to check eacn man out
to ahead. Individually. We think the Av 8 7d
articles. fellows are trying get
'" The boys from Personnel l seem I And they are getting ahead, too I I Fund School is really going to

'a,'*, *, ttfrniss Polly, Snow, Agnes, Misty I They are anywhere from one to mean something in this peacetime
: rtnd) Mahoney. They ha\'en't evenhad three years ahead of their compatriots aviation navy. .
any beer parties Polly is who sit and let the world
'-. here for a few days as a civilian. I drift by. High school diplomashave The music is so poor in a certain -
How about a party? been awarded on the basis of night spot around here that ,
Attention all hands there these examinations. Students have the last: time a waiter dropped a *
are going to be four new recreation I'' been admitted to college not as' beginning f 1 trav'ul of dishes, everyone got up ....
rooms at NATTC as soon as freshmen but with to dance
the space is ready. There will be anced standing because of good I -- --- ----- --- --
one in Bks. 25 for the Av. Fund. showings on the examinations.The I tests and many colleges will ad-

Students in the area of the Galley examinations. General Edu- mit you.This .
area of Separation Center and 'I' cational Development Tests admin- does not mean an easy way
one where the Hobby Shop Is now istered by' the Educational Services into college. It does mean that if
for the officers. Division Building 501, often pay you have learned all that is re-
The TOP Division Is having a off a hundredfold. Suppose you quired to do college level work, TilE WAVES OF NATO no longer live at NATTC. Above are
picnic 11 May. at Gold Head want to go to college, but have then you need not necessarily be the last group moving to their new home in Bks. 720 NAS. Theyare
Branch State Park and a com- never finished high school. In addition penalized for not having the 'bit from left to right Barbara French, Ylc, Mary Jane Diehard,

bined group (Material Maintenance suppose you. through good of paper declaring you a high KpX)2c( ) Meta Stroman Y3c, Elizabeth Ozburn, Bkr2c Mary Lue,
and Welfrffe! Departments) reading and studying, have accu- school graduate. Minnix Y3o', Jeanette Kahle SpS)3c( ) and Bea Allen Sic, "
will have a picnic 18 May near mulated a pretty good bit of more Consult the Educational Services WAVES came to NATTC in August, 1944, and at one time there
Ponte Vedra B acb. or less formal learning. Then demonstrate Officer Building 501, about were 211 aboard the station But now there are only 39 and 'more

For all Robin Hoods there, are the fact on the series of your Individual problems. are leaving every day. i ..




Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 9 May, 1946

I ,I .-1 NAS NETMEN HAS Nine Will Open


New League Tomorro

Admiral Davison To Toss In "
$ r
Ball For Ward Island Game .

By Frank Tours, Sic -

Mason Field will be the scene of big baseball doings tomorrow

afternoon, and if old Mother Nature lends NAS some

good weather,.Flier baseball fans can be assured of an after.

noon crowded with big league ballpark atmosphere.

The opening of the new Service League is the reason

,; for the_ extra happenings, with Ward' Island NATTC (Texas

\ ) furnishing the opposition for

"" the Fliers in their league debut. new league, and Captain AnthonyR.
'> Admiral Ralph E. Davison, Chiefof Brady, commanding officer of
the Naval Air Advanced Train- NAS, will be in the stands to lend

ing Command, will be on hand to his support to the local horsehld-
"' '
: toss out the first ball used in the ers. Either Don Meier or Jack : :
Seidwitz will be on the' mound for 'if'
,,, it-I the Fliers in the big game, and" t

'}\i1 Lt. Comdr. WhereattWill both are capable chuckera,;.., ,'\<,\

: ; With the Sep-Center band.tup- {t. ""
Be Coach At plying the music, and \Yit.h-: hot'i:

dogs, hamburgers, pop, and pop1 I Ii'

,',< : In Wisconsin corn on sale to soothe sore throat s} J.;; 1r
College '
,"t I. it looks like a banner afternooi 1.. :I/
for all hands. Game time is .set :
Lt. Comdr, Edward G. Whereatt,
for 1615 and if doesn'tknow
Staff Physical Training and Wel- anyone ..r
where Mason Field is-well,
fare Officer since 1 December
I follow and the roar
just your ears
1915, will leave the Navy next
of the crowd will lead directly
I you
week, and return to Superior State
behind Barracks F, the site of the
Teachers College in Superior Wisconsin -
ball ,
.. .'. Mr. Whereatt will serve as park
,1I Athletic Director and Head Football Yesterday, V-E Day was cele-

Coach at the College, a posthe brated at Mason Field, with open-
held for 16 years prior to his Ing ceremonies consisting of .silent -
SHOWN ABOVE ARE five members of the powerful Jax NAS tennis team, victors In five consecutive entrance into the Navy remembrance of the men who gave

meets They are (standing 1 to r) Lou Shenker, Lt. Bill Pou, Bill Smith, Sic, and Jay Burns, up their lives in World War II, _
Mr. Whereatt has been
I AETM2c. Kneeling are M B, Wheeler, Sic, and Leonard Warren, Sic Burns, who is captain of the long an the greatest struggle of them all. \
enthusiastic in of the
racketeers, is currently planning to get more matches for the strong local tennis men helper many The 16th Fleet team from Green r
athletic at NAS besides
doings ,
Cove was out to even its series .
Plaques To Winners handling the Physical Training with NAS, as the Fliers had pre- -
at the NATTCs of Fort
WAVES To Have programs
viously won two from the Fleet,
Lauderdale Banana River :Miami

Two Tournaments On Tap Varsity Softball bases 5t. Simons that, have Jax, and recently many closed.other while Last losing week's a third.baseball activitysaw

the locals drop the Fort Jack-
One of his first duties at
Superior son soldiers twice, 12-5 on Wed-
For Local Links LoversGolf Tryouts TodayPlans will be the managing of the nesday, 1 May, and 6-1 on Thursday -
New York Giants summer football -
for a WAVES varsity 2 May The soldiers showed a
returned to the NAS sports spotlite this week when Softball team were revealed this camp. The pro Giants use the lack of pitching power in both
Teachers football
Comdr. Warren P. McGuirk, head of the Physical Training week, and Lt, (jg) Verla Hill assistant stadium, and College training gym facilities, in scraps, for Lt Lloyd Lux's crew
I blasted the Jackson hurlers for 16
WAVES Welfare
Department, announced that two new tournaments were in officer, preparing for their rigorous campaign -
announced that safeties in the first game and nineIn .
the making for the officers and men of this station. The first squad will be held tryouts this afternoonat for the in the National Professional the second ..

tournament will start Tuesday, 14 May, and will be a Best- 1800 on the WAVES area football League. Big Don Meier twirled for the

Ball affair, and the second tourney will start Tuesday, 21 The softball season is set to run Succeeding Lt, Comdr. Whereatt Fliers in their 12-5 win, and held
will be Lt. Carl C. West. Mr.
May, and is slated to be a round- for about seven weeks, with the the Army squad to three hits un-
West is at
present the division officer
robin event.In final game coming in the middleof til midway through the seventh inning -
of Physical Training at NAS, when the soldiers him
Two One-Hitters A tagged
the Best-Ball tournament enlisted July. practice game with the and also directs the Flier Tennis
for three base blows three
men will pair off on Tues- Hospital will be the first test and Skeet Teams.
day, and the officers will start of the varsity, and Miss Hill ex- and. a pair of free bases Johnny

swinging on Wednesday. A play Highlight Lastweek's pects to have the girls outfit ready WACs of Welch Hospital, Miami Johnson relieved Meier for .NAS: ,
to play by next week. and let the Jackson club down
7th Naval
off between the enlisted men'schampions Althoughavailable District, Stetson University
and the officers' competition is small, the I (Deland), and possibly a with two bingles and no tallies in

champs will climax the tournament SoftballSoftball WAVES will have games with the team from Tampa the remaining 21.3rd innings The
locals showed plenty of power at
Comdr. McGuirk urged all ---- -----
the plate in the first scrap, with
Interested golfers to choose
continued its fast pace Bill DeMars getting a homer and
and before
partners now last week, with teams in both two singles in five times up, Bob
if in the
Tuesday they are I
bracket, and before Wednesday if leagues showing plenty of powerboth Forbes three bingles in six trips
in the officers' division Entries at the plate and in the field I to the plate, and Ed Lippeatt grab-
last week's schedule bed three for five.
will be taken at the golf shack,
were two one-hit pitching per- I The second tussle last week saw ,
and sent
and pairings will be made
formances.Joe 'RSAY I Jack Seidwitz hurl five-hit ball

out as the on the course nine is hole clear.grind Festivitiesin as soon Crozier of VSB 360, (Admlr- : i against Fort Jackson, while his

scheduledto al's League), hurled one-hit ball I mates were getting nine safeties
both tournaments are Z
begin at 1600 on Tuesdays. in 360's 15-3 defeat of the VSB }: I 1 from Gates and Renavitch did, the
Staff, while chucker Haman of the Army chuckers. Only once a
Since the second tourney is a Hospital n in e (Comandant'sLeague soldier batter reach third base,

round-robin, it is expected to run ), twirled a one-hit shutout Bob Olmstead doing the trick in
over a period of about three weeks, the first frame alter smashing a
against O & G to lead the
for each team in both the officers' game double to left field Olmstead wenton

and enlisted men's divisions must hitters Hospital during to a 15-0 the week triumph.were Heavy Sappof Charley Gehringer, player-coach of the NAS Jax base- to score the only Army run in

play each other. As in the Best- the Marine team, currently lead ball squad last year, and one of the great ball players of all their 6-1 defeat at the hands of

Ball tourney, the matches will get ing the Commandant's League, time, recently denied that he was considering an offer to NAS. John McCullough, Jack Fee-
under at 1600 on Tuesday and led the Flier
way and Taber of VSB 374 in the Ad- play in the Mexican loop Gehringer stated that he han, and Bob Forbes .
Wednesday. Plaques will be awarded was swatters, all with two for four.
the winning teams in both tournaments miral's League. Sapp collected two doing very well in his own business, and that he was defi- Sot Score .1 First Fort Jackson Game :-.>
circuit clouts in the Marines' 12-0
win over VSB, and Taber got two nitely through with baseball Other ex-Jaxons. doing wellIn Evans (rfl) a 1 0 0
It has also been announced that round-trippers in three times at the majors are Ray Srarhor- Clark ((10) 4 1 Z 0
new regulations for the golf course bat although 374 lost to VSB 365 ghwh; '; doing i some fiychuckin' New England teams signed to Forbes ((1b\ I a II 0Shields

have been established. Due to the by a 15-11 count. for the Washington Sen- I play JeMarl (hs cO)) 4 5 I I I 4 0 3

many inexperienced golfers that Lt Bernard ators and Alf Anderson, the Pitts- Sports personalities of yester- 'et'han (3h) Z I 1 1McCullough
make the local links a veritable McGarry, director of burgh Pirate shortstop who per- year often fall out of the national UbI 4 0 1 7Lippeatt

nightmare to good golfers, a new the two leagues, announced that formed so well for NAS last sea- spotlite in the space of a few (c) 4 5 a 0 0 0 I8JohnIOn 0
the Meier ( )
quiz has been worked out, and loops were going very smoothly son Then of course, there's months and are never heard of I' (I') 1 1 1 1
is allowed as 49 games have been playedas again Tom (rf) O. 0 0oi
from now on no one on Ted Williams-need we say more? Sharkey, once one ElvlnJrton
the course unless they take and scheduled, and only one forfeit Glenn Davis, the West Point of the leading contenders for JimJeffries' Tinaley: (8(If) : : : 0 0sMcCrsth
was received. Mr. also
pass the 20-question test McGarry football great, is turniing out a heavyweight title in the -
After passing the test, the golfer urged any groups that wish to en- nice .363 batting average for the roaring nineties, is now a night Totals <0 II 21 14
ter the leagues, as their is room 8 Batted for Meier In 8th.
will receive a membership card Cadet baseball team Davis watchman in San Francisco ..
Batted for Evans In 8th
for as many as want to play, all-state in his The ex-ringmaster is 72 Bing .
that entitles the bearer to play on was an ball-player Buttled for Clara.In 8th.
the course at any time. The quizis LEAGUE STANDINGS prep days at Bonita High Schoolin Crosby .sold his interest in the Del Batted for McCullough In 8th ., :. .
simple for anyone who Commandant. Ltaru California Ohio State Uni- Mar (Calif.) race track He /
very Fort Jackson AB H PQ A
knows the basic rules and eti- Team W L versity had a turnout of 250 men received a tidy sum $481,250 for lleipio. (3bt 4 0' 4 :

quette of golf, but if there are be- Dispensary Marines 3} 0 0 for its spring grid drills The his stock though Bing is .still Olmstead (If) 4 0 I t.J
ginners who are unable to pass, Hospital __ 3Personnel I Buckeyes were forced to cut to a running a breeding farm, and has Lowery (cf) 6 1 I' t '
B 21 0 0
907 3 1 mere "150" hopefuls No doubt small shares in just about every Myers (rO)
rules of
free instructions in the Personnel No. Simpson (M> 6 I I'. 1":
golf and lessons on how to swinga AaR: 1 2 2 1 I' the 100 men they turned away track in the U. S. Ik; o(2blb( ) I : I '.: .
club will be given on Saturday T-8 X 1 could make 60 per cent of the na- Dick Burton the British golfer I Kara ) 3 "
mornings at 1000. CommunIcation. 1Commissary z tion's elevens Iowa U. mightbe who .started all the fuss with Byron Stone Bryan ((cl(1")) a.4 1 Z 0 "I---S 0,s' : +

I Parachute Loft t 1 I 1 the football team to watch this Nelson, is finally slated to Adams (p) 0 0 O. .4t) =J..

1're-War Stars Pack Tehem In Inflection 2 21 fall Coach Eddie Anderson play the American llnksmaster Tlllburjr (c) 0 0 0 0 \, e.
Radio Lab 2 2 made the flat statement that "Not' some time in June or July Totals 88 6 18 U
(SEA)-Here are some of the Sep Center 2 Z one man of the 1945 Iowa squad Too bad the match couldn't have Score by Innings:
Vt U
> Radio Shop 1 I
ex-GI'a who starred in the 1916 VSB Aircrew 1. will make the 19.16 team" been aranged'when Lord Byronwas NAS >20 103 OS*-12

major league openers: Spud Chan- IATU 1 Z Those Hawkeyea must have it this at his peak Nelson has fort Runsi Jackson Evan. 2, Clark 100 2, Forbes 010' SOD 2, -De-I

dler and Joe DiMaggio-Yankees, Supply VSB .e.. year. been having a comparatively bad Mars t, teohan, McCulloueh. LippeMt
Bobby Feller and Bob LemonIndians O &G: 0Admiral's 4 Earle Meadows, the UnitedStates' year in '46 Melee, Glllem, Olmstead 2, Lowery, My
Ted Williams-Red Sox, Lcafti number one pole vaulter Everybody seems to think that era. Errosi Meier, teehan, eMars, Den-
I ton, Kam Simpson Lowery, Tlllburir,
Billy Herman Dodgers, Ken Team W L until Cornelius Warmerdam came them Bums from Brooklyn are go- Bryan Runs Batted Int Clark, Forbes 3.DeMars .
Heintzelman-Pirates, Grady Hat- IATU 8 0 along, has enrolled at Texas Chris- ing to fade out of the National 2, Feehan 2. McCullousrh Lippentt .

ton-Reds, and Hank Greenberg- VSB 370 360 1 XVSB 1 Z tian University The one-time League pennant race this year Stolen, Lowery Bnsesi, Myers Exans.2, Forbes Simpson McGrath Denton., '

Tigers. The crowds were enor- VbM Staff 1 Z Southern California great has decided There appears to be little wrong nllesplc, Olm t..ad. Sacrifice llitst Clark,
mous, the 236,730 fans at eight VSB 1 Z to take up voice, and has with the Brooklyn club We'd 1-eohan Two Dale Hitl Lowery Three
parks being more than double the VSB vsn 861 371 1 1 1 Z given up the sport that carried him certainly like to see 'em take the Sage Hill F.,han. Home Runt Pi Mars.Ift .
Bases HAS 9, Ft. Jackson 8.
103,747 at last year's openers. from the touted on
to an Olympic Championship pennant highly Bolls Off Meter 2. oft Bryan
I schools and 3,000 individuals par- Boston U. returns to football this Cards No chance you say 77 ? 4.ass rck Outi By Meier 1, by'Johnson

Room If* on In Sports ticipated in the 52nd annual Penn year It's the first squad for Well, maybe you're right, but we J. by Bryan 2. by Adams 1. Winning

(SEA-The post-war boom In Relay carnival at Philadelphia on B. U. since '42, and they've got an still say dem bums is going to sur- Pit UPmpiresi hI'rl Meier.Car Losing and Maxwel.Pitcher Time Bryan.of

sports has begun. More than 500> 26-27 April. eight game schedule with seven prise this year. Camel t:55.



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