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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1946
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Vol. 4-No., 10 16 May, 1946

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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command



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

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Rear Admiral Davison Is Named






I To Head Seventh Naval. District


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.i FIRST GROUPSCHEDULED Jacksonville To Be New


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) Admiral Ralph E. Davison, Chief of Naval Air
BEGIN 9 JUNECourse Y Advanced Training since 15 April 1915, will become Commandant

of the Seventh Naval District around 1 July 1946

Will Close when transfer of district headquarters to Jacksonville will

: On 3 August have been completed, it was announced this weekend.He .

will succeed Rear Admiral J. F. Shafroth who, it i ill t

",,. The class of 1917 of the Naval understood, will report to the Canal Zone.

Academy will undergo an Admiral Davison will continueas ---
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aviation indoctrination
r.. course ing Command in addition to his du-
at NAS Jacksonville begin- ties as Commandant.
Movement of the headquartersfrom
... ning 9 June, it was announced Miami to Jacksonville is ex-

yesterday.The pected to get under way on 1 June.
It is expected that the major
class, graduating a year r
earlier, will be divided into two ity of naval activities at Miami
moved to the Jacksonville
will be
sections. Each group will receive a
will be estab-
month of training, with the first area. Headquarters
lished here at the Naval Air Station -
group scheduled to begin on 9 ,
June and the second on 8 July.
, To some extent, the course will Was on FranklinThe
follow along the same lines given admiral reported here to i
Annapolis graduates here duringthe head the Naval Air Operational I
past few years. However, the Training Command from the Pacific -
class, numbering almost 800, will He had his flag aboard the I
probably be the largest to be train- aircraft carrier Franklin when it --..
ed here. Officer In charge of the _____ .1 was badly mauled by the Japs off r AI/L5
newly-commissioned ensigns will Kyushu in March, 1915.: I

be Comdr. R. A Phillips of the Na- Born in St. Louis, Mo.; he was ,
val Academy who also accompanied appointed to the Naval Academyfrom I
last year's class. the Eleventh District of that Captain Gillett
l>USquadron: Coming state in June, 1912. I

Preparations for the course are REAR ADMIRAL: RALPH E. DAMSON, Chief of Naval Air After graduation from Annapolis -
already under way. A squadron of Advanced Training, opened the new Naval Air Training Athletic in 1916.he was assigned to the' Heads HospitalSucceeds
15 Martin Mariner patrol planes Conference baseball season last Friday at Mason Field by tossingin U.S.S. OKLAHOMA which operated -
has begun moving to the Air Sta- the first ball to Captain Anthony R. Brady, NAS commanding with the British Grand Fleet Capt. BrownAs
tion from its permanent base at officer. Captain Brady chucked the ball to Don Meier, NAS ace from August 25, 1916, to Novem-
Norfolk, Va. The Mariners will be hurler, who went on to pitch a three-hit, shut-out game against Ward ber 11, 1918. Commanding Officer
used to give the Academy gradu- Island NATTC. (Other pictures and story on Page Eight). On September 15, 1919, Rear Ad- Captain Robert M. Gillett -assumed
ates indoctrination In aviation and miral Davison reported to the Na- the duties of commandingofficer
flight procedures. It is expectedthat I val Air Station, Pensacola, Flori- of the Naval Hospital here
the entire squadron, including Navy Launches New Program To da, for flight training and was last week, succeeding Captain
350 enlisted men and 45 officers, designated Naval Aviator on May Clarence J. Brown, who was de.
will have arrived by next week. 21, 1920. In June, 1920, he was or- tached to become commanding officer
Commanding the squadron, Uncover Ideas And InventionsIf dered to the Naval Air Station Na- of the Naval Hospital at St..

:VTB-208, is Lt. Comdr. W. '1'. val Operating Base Hampton Albans, N. Y.
Sutherland. The executive officeris you have any thoughts or ideas which may be of use Roads, Virginia, for duty with the The new C. O, who reportedhere
Lt. Comdr. W. J. Lahodney. to the Navy in any way, the Navy wants them. Atlantic Fleet, Torpedo Plane Di- from the Bureau of Medicineand
Both officers were members of VP- This made clear this week in AlNav-227 which outlined vision. Subsequently he completed Surgery, Washington, D. C.,
was
the Air Corps primaryand
52 early in the war, a squadronof Army was recently awarded the Legionof
Catalinas which saw action in an extensive program to bring to light thousands of pursuit training at the Naval Merit for outstanding services
the South Pacific. I new and needed ideas which have not reached anyone in aposition Training Detachment Carlstrom rendered during World War II,

Included in the course syllabusare to do something about them because the originatorshave Field, Arcadia Florida, and. the while serving under Admiral Rich
Naval Training Detachment. Kellv ard Kelly Turner the Commander ;
visits to St. Simons, to work '
Glynco either been too busy : :
Field San Antonio, Texas. From
of the Amphibious forces in the
and Green Cove Plans
Springs. are them have been discouragedby
up April 11, 1921, until September 24,
Central Pacific.
also being made for a trip to the difficult procedures, have been Projectionists
1921, he had duty with the Atlan-
While with the Bureau, Captain
at Pensacola.
USS Ranger reluctant to bother their superiors,
Continued Page Four Gillett made a short tour air
on by
The second group is scheduled to or because of the assumption that Needed For Two ;
in search of hospitals with avail.
else had solved the prob-
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wind up on August. someone
able bed space which could be utilized
e lem.It was pointed out that original Movie TheatersMovies 'VEHICLES TO BE for the wounded returningfrom
He instrument.
overseas. was
OffersAssistance Ideas used in this war have saved
I Navy at Mainside and StudentOfficers' al in the establishment of a Navy
thousands of lives and speeded the SLASHED 33 PER
Auditoriums may be only Separation Center and Convales-
Inventions have made sub-
victory
fond memories soon unless qualified cent Hospital in the then vacated
stantial contributions, administra as have projectionists are found. CENT BY 1 JUNEA Camp Wallace, Army Camp, near
In Coal CrisisThe original operational ? It was learned,this week that a Houston, Tex.
and technical ideas. While
tive majority of the projectionists will thirty-three per cent slash in Mrs. Gillett and their son, Rob-
Nation-wide coal crisis, felt responsible agencies did excellent be separated in the near future, the number of automotive vehicles :I ert M, Jr., are living here with
In Jacksonville mostly by curtail- work, suggestions) from alert orig- and the remaining number will not assigned to most departments of him on the station. His daughter,
ment of rail services, was eased inal thinkers outside these agen- be sufficient to provide a regular NAS will be effected by 1 June I Dorothy, is employed in the Navy
this week, but not before the Navy cies broadened their views and fur- movie schedule. While cancellation' 1046, according to Station Memo Medical Center in Washington.
had volunteered aid, if needed.In nished the germs of vital improve-, of the shows hasn't even been con- No. 18-46. 4 > S
ments or inspired the studies Public Works will advise each
sidered, it looms as the only alter
directive issued last week,
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the authorized which produced them. native unless USN men or USNRs of these departments the exact Chaplain Corps Suffered
Navy Department "Every field ot naval effort' number of vehicles to be turned In.
who have extended offer their ser Highest Casualty PercentSEA
local Navy establishments to render needs the creative thoughts of vices. The measure vas necessitated,
\1 emergency assistance to communities -, those who know its problems first the memo stated, by the overall ( ) The Chaplain Corps
needing it, Insofar as hand," the AlNav stated. "In the Experienced personnel who are shortage of personnel, the reduc- suffered the highest percentage of
Such aid, the Interested in working as projec-
praoticable. including I aggregate, such thoughts can tion of funds, the change in mis- casualties of any corps at Pearl
fuel and and the tionists should contact Lt. Comdr.
sale of
power shape the future of the Navy or sions, and the consequent reduc- Harbor, in the Philippines, and
loan of power-generating equip- determine the outcome of a future Anthony Rubino at Bldg.* 726 or tion of facilities for post-war main- during the naval actions around
ment, was authorized where such war." telephone Ext. 593.. tenance and operation.This I Java, according to Fleet Admiral
loans do not vi-
sales or jeopardize Emphasizing Nat "the greatestcrop cut is designed to reduce Chester W. Nimitz, USN. CNO.
I tal naval services, and then onlyif to of naval ideas in history has New Barber Shop Opens the number of vehicles on the sta- "By his patient, sympathetic labors
it is
absolutely necessary been fertilized by our present un- tion to 75 per cent of the total with the men, day in, day {
safeguard health, or the propertyof paralleled wealth of war experience 'For Junior OfficersA aboard on 1 September 1915. Some : out, and through many a nig/t, r
the community. ," the AINav urged all handsto vehicles have been added since every chaplain I know contrib/ted
It was stipulated that commu- get their ideas in while mem- barber shop has been openedin that date, and some departmentshave unmeasurably to the moral t(our- A9
'.. nities receiving this help must first ories are still fresh. Bldg. 700 for the convenienceof only one assigned. This ac- I age of our fighting men," AdAiiral(
institute all practicable conserva- While civilian employees of the the officers in the Junior Offi- counts for the 33 per cent reduc- Nimitz said.Although.
tion measures.To 'Navy Department were instructedto cers' Area. Hours are from 0830 to tion for most departments.It 'I clergymen were draft-
conserve all possible fuel and continue the submission of their 1700 Mondays through Fridays. was emphasized that this cur- exempt, more than 1,300 had offered t
power a subsequent AlStaCon directs ideas through the beneficial sug- Thomas H. Callahan, a barber at tailment of vehicles assigned to individual their services to the Navy "
that all non-essential manu- gestion program, naval personnelwere the Mainside Officers' Barber Shop departments cannot be chaplaincy by 1 August 1943, and
facturing and other work be suspended directed to submit them ad- for the past four and one-half offset by increased demands on by the middle of August 1945:
until further notice, if necessary dressed to the Navy Department, years, is in charge of the new the Transportation Pool for serv- there was one chaplain to approx i
i via the Commanding Officer. shop. ice. imatily every 1,250 men.



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By Lois A. Leser!" Ylc ('


QUESTION} : What's your favorite hobby or sport?


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KENNETH TRENDELL, GMlc. Albany, N. Y.

"Swimming by a long shot. I just got transferred here

from Mayport so haven't used the pools much. If I were home,

I'd take nting-pheasant, quail, squirrels, rabbit., When

they're in season, of course Nope, I'm 'not a good shot-I

; take along enough shells so I can keep at it until 1 get something -
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I J H. MAYO, Sic, Miami, Fla.
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"Roller skating's my dish. Not here in Jax but back 'I

home in Miami:\ I was in a skating derby when I was in high Ii I

f? ',. --- .. -.... rni" school and we won a championship.. I've been skating all my I
THE SERVICE!' AT THE MALNSIDE Barber Shop may not be quite up to this, but you're always life, practically. Next to that, I'll take swimming as a good

I assured of a good: haircut shave or anything: else you desire. The lucky sailor' enjoying all this way to pass time."
V attention, even if only for the sake of a picture, is H, W. Mitchell AM3c. The barbers are R. L. Perez,
left and T.. C. Weeks The manicurist and shoe-shine boy were added just for the gag
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t:. Legal Nearly Trimming 1,000'Men Shorn i: 1- Hospital ChatterA g' d T.1 T.1L.



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l Each Week At Barber Shop bit late, perhaps, because of

the fact that the Air News comes t
out but weekly-still, in behalf of
I There's an organized gang on this station that clips and -
all the staff of the hospital, we do
trims from 750 to 1,000 each week and nothing is done J
: men wants to say, "Welcome aboard,
about it.For. Gillett." M. WOODWARD, Sic, Boston, Mass. 1

the trimming is quite It'gal-and it's not done over Captain 5 "Sports-bowling, swimming, golf. I like 'em all, but .

the craps or poker table. The "gang" is the barbering staff at "ATT NTION SHIP'S COM- those best My game isn't par on the course but I do O.K.

b Mainside Ship's Sen'ice.Barber Shop. And their "take" isI I'ANY"-That picnic in the grove once in a while-a great while. My average in bowling? 'i
tonight, and the dance in the au- About 150, although my golf score sometimes makes a better I
usual fee, at Ship'sServices
just the typical I
----I ditorium which will fillow the pic- ...
haircut. bowling score.
for
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prices : nic, are for you. Come one, come
Service barber shops have been I all If the hamburgers taste slightly
the butt of hundreds of jokes during smokey, what's the difference W. J. DRIGGERS, S2c, Brooksville, Fla.
the war, but the much-malign I they're fun to cook anyway, and .
"Right now it's trying to get transferred from Jax to .
ed barbers take them in stride.. I the cokes will be cold and the
Here at NAS, their consciences .1 music, per usual, will be good. The any other base-no not discharged-I'm a 20-year-man. Otherwise
\ probably rest easy anyway, for Sep-Center Band will once more i I'll) take baseball. I used to play quite a bit but haven't

while most military shops give make the auditorium echo with had much time for it lately-I've been busy running from,
their customers a G.I. chop no By Lois A. laser, Tic both sweet and swing! "
barracks to barracks instead of base to base.
matter what they request, the barbers No you weren't seeing or hearing .I' .
t at Mainside give you what things a week ago when the Beach trips are still in full
you want. If :you ask for a light word went around that Ship's Service swing Patients from the following
trim you get it-without any ifs, I had nylons on sale. Had them wards may sign up for either Tuesday ""
\ finds, or huts. It's! one place that is'right! There were boxes upon or Wednesday of this coming
you can get "clipped"' according to I boxes on the shelves in the Uniform week: A-8, A-3, B-l, D-2 D-4, and ..
your specifications. Shop, and even if you didn't B-2. All the trimmings as usual-
4, Open Mondays through Fridays get out to the area until 1700, bicycling, sunny beaches, swimming i
from 0830 to IMO the barber shop there were still plenty available. good lunches, and many other
has complete facilities for all the We feel that a sincere vote of means of entertainment are
tonsorial arts You can name it thanks is due to Lieutenants Ber- yours for the asking. Sign up early "-
1t and get It-whether it be a trim, nice Borre and Julia Hunt, Ship's -these!! buses have been getting
.' singe, shave, shampoo, massage, Service Officers, for securing them crowded in a hurry lately.
tonic shoe shine for us. e
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or .
the sailor-barbers i "At Ease"-and that's just whatwe
During war.
worked side by side with civilian I WAVES A-movin'attached they did to NATTC go all and the mean. The latest USO HospitalUnit L. J. BOBBINS, JR., SMlc, Arcadia, Fla.
barbers. Now only civilian barbers to date Jax is called just "
heretofore quartered in Barracks 1 like to fish-particularly bass around home. Sometime -
that.What's more, it will be
are emplojed whose-all work trained will, professional stand I 50 and 51. Their home address is around. for the usual 1800 show on I hope to try out the North woods. Say, maybe you .

comparison men with the best offered now Barracks 720 in the WAVES the 23rd of this month. If anyone wouldn't call it a hobby, but I've got a cattle ranch at Aradia -
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in town. Many of the civilian barbers area-glad to have you with us, asks ;you where you'll be oh\ that -raising Herefords, short-horns and the like That in-

',. formerly worked in the same girls. date--just tell "them-"At Ease," ustry's really grown here in Florida in the last 10 years-
fella, "At Ease.
shop discharges before Manager they received Robert their L. I' If"you had your" radio tuned to I I[ think the state ranks third in beef production now. It's

Perez is one of them. the E\ersharp-Schick program on Two tough losses for the Hospital quite a ranch."
old-timers at NAS
: Monday night Corpsmen and WAVES Soft-
The barbers as well as the customers I would have recognized a familiar ball teams last week. Seems like
'e have gripes. Their chief i singer. Guest star and new singing neither team warmed up fast TURNING ON A DIME -
one is about the customers who are was our own Bobby
discovery
The WAVES
I enough. dropped a ... .
always twisting and turning whip Doyle, fresh out of the Navy Bob 13-7 game to that top-rated team Ji ;r""A; < ..-.} i.":'; .';'" 'PMT
the barber is working. by was attached to Welfare and from Mainside, and the k'd.. ,' ..'i''c PLAMea os euaaraa tSTtRN"O.
"Majbe if the guys realized that 'later to the JAX AIR NEWS theirs to the Inspection Corpsmenlost Department .__".";. ,.".....". ......'.-,'..,'...y'.-.".:._.;..,,.-,u'.,. -' \,..... 1t'I -- ,
S by sitting still they'd be more likely staff during his tour of duty in on a 4.2 count. Better : .tl< } :
to get a 4.0 haircut and there Jax, and had a weekly programover luck this week which, reminds us ,'" _. : "
would be less likelihood of getting : one of the local radio stations he WAVES play the Mainside ;; { .,
cut, then they'd learn to sit Featured with him on the program Varsity team in a practice game
more quietly," Perez said. Monday night were Connie BotI !- tonight. \
To encourage personnel to get I well Ted Husing and Ray Block .

haircuts early in the week duringthe and his orchestra. Red Cross is pulling another I't
slack period, the price for haircuts bunny out of the hat. This timeit
is 10 cents less than the lat News and views from 720 from is a SURPRISE PARTY slated

ter part of the week. This helps KMNow: for Thursday, 23 May. Place I
we've seen everything! Hall time- 1900 Come
case the bottleneck caused when Rec. ; -- on
everyone rushes in for preinspection How do you knit nnd read at the around and drop in should be .
time, Adele? A special!! Harper "
haircuts At present, the i same (u- ,""
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charge is 35 cents on Mondays. technique, no doubt. .. < ,
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and Wednesdays, and 45 "Ma" Mitchell was rememberedon Believe me, these hot afternoonsthe '
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Mother's Day. Her "brood" presented personnel in the Ad Building ., ( .
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cents on Thursdays Fridays. I > ., ....'.. ',., ".
her with a beautiful appetizing appreciate the soft drink .f.'
t Prices on other services remainthe really ':, ,.
same throughout the week. bouquet of celery leaves. machine that has recently been ,i1'.J I' .", r / ; .( .f 4.. ..<. i :
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will be ringing it., S '( .F f Jflfl w
Wedding bells installed near at hand. Line formson ,. .. '
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soon for Kay Kelsler. Good luck, the right, please : -
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make NI. W'"f'O POI'': ; :: ::::
"we wish to an emphatic' chum?f.A 5 I ..
denial of a serious charge. ,It is good many strange faces seen With 20 August coming closerand ) .
not true that we cut more throats barracks to the "OPERATION riNWIIEEL. is the name given the new method
In the belong closer, there seems to be a
than Bu Pers." NATTC girls. Greetings to "yo' WAVES around who of turning giant carriers in the confined quarters of narrow har .
all!" Those new voices over the good are polishing many up suit cases, practicing hors Engine thrust of planes secured to the flight deck can be usedto ,
turn the in slow motion them
flattop a spinning or pull sideways
Park City, Utah (SEA(-North P.A. system! are exNATTCMAA's. tieing bulky packages, and
the water. On USS 32
through the Midway, planes are employedfour -
and southern Wyomingwere days off on the calendar.
ern Utah marking
of each .lined inboard with
eight planes facing
0 ? groups up
without lights twice In two Hmm. going somewhere, girls
wings folded on the four corners of the flight deck. "Operation Pin-
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because of a cat stranded Best wishes are due Grace Livings (COULD BE!)
days A short circuit, cut who was married last week wheel" was first used at Guam in June, 1944, by Captain Felix L. Baker
atop a pole.and it was discontinued Best of luck! finally left for discharge last Sunday skipper of the USS Randolph when heavy harbor traffic, lack
Again the power when, the light company Betty Palmer finally did it. After Hope you like being a civilian, of large tugs, and closeness of dangerous shoals! mWe it impossibleto
news removed the animal. waiting exactly one month, she Beth get sufficient headway to turn around under the ship's own power.r .

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Awards Requirements,Tightened For 1 T flflINSI0EI I



By Navy DepartmentThe l


Navy Department tightenedup
this week on awards for acts AMUSE
or services performed subsequent c

to the end of hostilities 11

AINav 235-46 pointed out that

the Navy's policy in consideringthe ; k
many recommendations for
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awards will be most exacting To 1

merit an award, it was stated the )
acts or services must have been of 1
4a ( such unusual and meritorious
character as to merit recognitionin I

time of peace.September _
2, 1945 was establish.
MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
ed as the date of cessation of war

service for this purpose, and TllunSD.\
where the service transcends the "SALTY O'ROURKE," with Alan Ladd. Shows at 1730 and 2000. t.a M,

limiting date, only that portion occurring 1IUD\Y
prior to 2 September will I "BLONDE ALIBI," starring Martha O'Driscoll. Shows at- 1730 and

be considered. However, if the 2000. t
character of the total service included SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

in the recommendation is "ONE MORE TOMORROW," featuring Ann Sheridan. Shows at'

such as to conform to the exacting 1430, 1730 ,and 2000.-
ef requirements for an award in MONDAY
f Y .1t' peacetime, the period after 2 September LITTLE MR JIM," with James Craig Shows at 1730 and 2000.( .

will also be considered TUESDAY \\MJMVsDAY: .
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All delegated authority to make "CLUNY BROWN," with Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones Show

awards for acts or services occur at 1730 and 2000
ring after 2 September was with TIILKSUVY

a drawn by the AINav! but authority "TRUTH ABOUT MURDER," with Bonita Cranvllle. Shows at
) ) "4 5S to make awards for acts or services 1730 and 2000.

+ ndered prior to that date
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was continued. STUDENT OFFICERS k
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THURSDAY! AM HtlDVY
"OUR HEARTS WERE GROWING UP," with Brian Donlevy and '

Commercial i Gail Russell. Show at 2000 only ._..,.
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I t ia4 .5v. aeZ BulletjnBulletins Show to be announced on SUNDAY bulletin board. ,t


R ro. will .b. arrested until Were BLONDE ALIBI" starring Martha O'Driscoll. Show at 2000 only.
e U lilltd Ell. m MONDAY AND TUESDAY "

FOIL SA Llh:: "ONE MORE TOMORROW with Ann Sheridan Show at 2000 J t.

IT Packard tcylinl-r. 4-<100. sedan. I:180. only .
Lrtlouvf Hangar 121: Sho' |> 4:ID. or 3104 WEDNESDAY 5.-
t B Burr Av... Dewey falk Ext. TJ*. "LITTLE MR. JIM," with James Craig Show at 2000 only.
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a V '" fcmitiniin 11 mm. ntuvi camel. 1.t
( WhHolly; ,...; wants t-h w something new and interesting;: : in l Inns. Kxt "flU.Hal'l.Id.oll. THUKSD\Y
, 381) motorcycle, withacccuoriva Brown" with Charles Boyer and Jenifer Jones Show at
the way of bathing suits they think of Martha Drlseoll as a good fcnn. I', E. Hillenhclm) Ward "Cluny
: girl to fill the bill and the suit See what we mean' Starred in A9. Us Naval Honpiul JarUonvill. 2000 only.
Universal Pictures Martha can be seen in "BLONDE ALIBI" playing Ext Hill }
30 lb. caimiity Ice box. gaud condition OTHER EVENTS
f at Mainside Auditorium Friday. __ __ ___ Z-ltdO.til). Lt. IJK) Ol#.on, fcxt. tld29 or Tel

S-pi""c.. Irving room nill; 4.Ii..c.'bedroomS : MAINslDK LOUNGE-Formgrly the Reception'Center; located In
-l>ic dinette; 1 floor lamp; honing; the South wing of Building No. 955: is open to NAS personnel and their
Continues board odd kitchenware ,
Navy Transporting ; ; garden rake and '
shovel told at t whole). {16:>; optional guests from 1000 to 2200 daily
llvinn room run tt and drapes. ft LIBKAKY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-
UtaH Hancock M.. N4S. aft..r :i; f. M.
Families To Bases In Pacific Nearly new S bedroom house In LakeShore Ing No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
immediate oicupancy. partly furnished from 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
rlmtric stove. wanhtnic ms hin...
(SEA) ,Scuttlebutt that the Navy Department has canceled plans etc I I"t 6U by lilt 17.WO. ni dealers SWIMMING: Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming,
t to transport dependents of overseas personnel to Pacific Island bases :5141 Palmer Ave. lei 2-l >710K 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, Mon.-Frl.! 0800-1900 Sat.. 10001900Sun..
I KKNT: 1200-1900.
in not true
Wives and children already have been sent to join husbands and Large corner room for man oily. lei BOXING-For information regarding workouts contact Lieut. A..
, 2.64:01.l J. Rubino extension 593.; or report to Mainside Mat "after 1500. 5 5
fathers on American-held Pacific islands and additional hundreds of I' ;:
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Sleeping room with u i of whole houaeHJ from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
. applications from officers and enlisted men in the first three pay ,10 per week 2-UH fcaat Lake shore GOLF Course open .
Golt clubs and balls available at Golf .
are
, graded are being procesat'd.ComMarianas Klvd and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday
Two room in a 6.room cottax. adjoining House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course. j ti
has jurisdiction of .bath. 10 minutes from N\s' lei :I.4;;VICorner ANCHOUAGK-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty t
'bedroom with kitchen privilege to ,
all United States naval activities couple Murray HIli aeition Mr Hjrdv cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mausou :/

between Hawaii and the Philippines Central Office Srp'rnirr N \sMmm Field. .,
including the :Marshalls bungalow private bedroom. tile T"SNIS-Racqueta and balls are available at the Physical Train-
bath adjoining; electric kitchen. waah-
. Carolines and Palaus as well as Ing mnrhind, concrete ifarnge phone: I ing Building No. 726. and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and ,
the Marianas, and current directives I etc. other ..xi>ene.. furl I light (urlll.h'l Yorktown Roads).
ed Just off Koonevelt Highway. IjOl
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4 i all island groups in this area Directives Room with private bath $10 3,3ii:; Pine '
have been misinterpretedIn I ,arnll.-l with St. Johni Ave) lei SEEK YEOMEN FOR Coast Guard Takes
SUTj Mr.. MatthewnBedroom 2-I I
some quarters to the effect that I for 1'.1. t tilt. ,
I couple PERSONNEL DUTIES
could be sent only to I Over NAAS MayportThe
dependent: Will, share apartment with I or pmaiblyt I
the Marianas. /Rirla, Civil Service' enu.loyev*. Tel :
. 8749Apaitment. 2-1 Washing machines radios automobiles United States! Coast Guard
Holloing Primary for young couple lei I. 7.fill. and clothes aren't the
and after 5:30 P.I.. I I: assumed jurisdiction over NAAS
medical attention
Since in which ex-
only things shortages
1 r"um. kitchen iirlvilexe S blak from I Mayport yesterday Comdr. JohnB.
good food Is assured at all Navy Five Point Mr*. hoKxiii I 26,11 IMIwiml ist. Now yeomen have been added I, Huhn commanding officer
bases getting a good roof over the .*vet to the list I
1 I turned the station over to CaptainK
heads of wives and children is the I SEA WANTED: I The station personnel office reported -I P. Maley who was ordered here
primary consideration in determining !k* Rile wanted dully from Atlantic Blvd. nM I this week a critical short from New Orleans as accepting; officer
whether a man's application to ,j Old Hickory Rd.. Oath Mioien, (all of clerical personnel on the .
age .
have his family with him will be Kelly 81 An rxposure meter; light outboard motorwramonal : I station. All non-rated personnelwho Naval activities at Mayporthave
approved. I' Navy r.m /y on Guam lo abilIty -I
chair ( <11111''' type) ierguaon posses typing or clerical already been transferred to
fot is virtually --- Kxt. S141JK for '
strike a'
Housing dependents and who desire to
40 01 '41 ut.MnobiU for r O completed on all islands enlisted men assuring fair consid- Lt. T. M. Huxhea, rxl yeoman rate were instructed to i the HATS has been transferredto
where husbands applications have | eration to all applicants. 514t contact the personnel officer. N AS' Banana River, Fla. Other
been approved and families are Areas biimmurl/ed rider for morning and 5 for 111..1'n"un. '- I
hour !5.4:3i1: living near Stotktonor functions are now under the jurisdiction
scheduled to arrive. I Areas in the Pacific now open ('ollege M.. Virginia tyl. Ext 4UO) There was a YQung lady named of NAS Jax.
(luuuiels Ride from Atlantic Blvd. and Kings Av.
Apply Through for dependents include Alaska, ,Ibonlhai). Hour :I.4all.: Ruth Cleveland Nance Tentative plans call for establishment ,
Applications for transportation Aleutians, Hawaii. Okinawa Caro- Kxt JtiOSomeone Who decided to take just one I of a boot training unit
of your family should be mofle lines Marshalls Palaus :Marianas to drive a lady mid children I- chance. there for men who have Just entered

through the proper channels Submitted Samoa Japan. Philippines, and Minn i \I k way. I").Hull June Tel U. to;0-6.\1 Minneupi 17 1 -I or *.. She consented to try, with a wolf the Coast Guard a clothing
first to the CO of the base Midway. 0344 ish GI depot and air-sea rescue facilities -
the application next goes to Com- Families may also go to North To ....nt. furnished hotiM for month or 8works. And now all !her sisters are aunts. "
,
It (omlr H H Kumbo. fcxtatll
Marianas for approval, then to Africa (Including Dakar, Argen- or Ext. 5351.Ride :I----;; :: --. .JZ-wlnlC.i Captain Maley expects to turn t..,
Com 12 for final action. K-wurJ \ :
tie Newfoundland Greenland from Green Cove Sprlngi, hour S- the station over to a permanent PI.
Trl t-tHU, Kit 217.I''OUNI. I
r The morale boost of a man having United Kingdom, Europe, Bermuda. 41:10.: Mary )Duty, Ext i-S. >: IOi,1' | commanding officer soon.

1 his family with him is appreciated Caribbean area islands' and LOsT: buyilo Identify an.l claim at CM! .\.\ >
; and a ratio has been set up mainland bases, South America, 1 gold did silver cigarette caiw (In cab to orll.... N\'IT1'. I Heard at South Gate: "Hands
bine I. I Initiul ".\. E." Ihuraduy. May Cold 11). bmu-U-t engraved. with "Ralph'I
for the equitable selection for senior Central America Haiti Dominican off Columbus You've discovered
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t; also Konaon cigarette lighter lout on I K. Uln ;l.>tt 5ii 34 Ms) WilkinsonI3t "
officers junior officers and. Republic and Mexico. bite, Friday. May 10 Koth have nenti- : MorviMiwoiki KJ. loloniul Minor enough for tonight.
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4; Editorial Office *- BUT THEY WON'T

,,1; Office of Public Information, Room 221 Men aren't patient'creatures,
,\J' Administration Annex, Bld,. 954 But they could learn to wait

Telephone Extension 8542 Without throwing six conniptionsAnd
Arthur l\(. Greene, Editor
swearing at their fate;
I ( Frank TOIH, Sic. Sports Editor
Bob Jenti. Sic. Art Editor They could keep themselves from looking
The JAX AIR NEWS u pubUtned weekly at the U. S. Like daubed-up comic stripsIf
t .' Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Florida by the Office of gals would just hang "wet paint" signsOn
': f <
Public Information at no expense to the go\eminent and In ,
..' with Secnav Circular Letter -5..1h 28 May 1945. newly-painted lips.
Copies are distributed tree of charge Naval Air M. McDermon.
Station, the Naval Air Technical mining Center, the
t' Headquarter of the Naval Air Operational Training Com-
land, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Naval
Air Gunners' School, the U. S. Naval Hospital, and the
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mayport. ,r r

"' Captain Anthony R. Brady;: : t'SN. Commanding
Jacksonville Naval Air Station

'I ; ft Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding :Iew$ cir IVieus f rnrnstatn
fr Naval Air Technical Training Center
--.f.w
t' Captain Clarence J. Brown (MO USN Commanding
I .' U. S. Naval Hospital I
ri;; t ;Wit;; '
Captain Maurice M. USNR, Commanding
,,'" Naval Personnel Separation Center
,
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< ---- By Chaplain T. I McMahonA :
It Lt. ('..:II. Alexander A. Vandegrtft, Jr., L'SMC, Commanding few months after we got into the war
A Marine BarracksCaptain
.
one of our national magazines-published the
7" Naval R. R.Air Briner.Gunners USN School Commanding results of a symposium of experts which de-

....;;t' clared that the man without religion makes
Commander Howard E. Born, USN, Commanding
I Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Held the best soldier (and no doubt the best sail-
\ marine). Now either the
Cnpt Marvin L. Seidel USMCR. or or newspapers
4 r r Marine Aviation DetachmentThe have been deluging us with false pious prop-

j JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship's Editorial Association ma- aganda for the past few years, or else the "Well, what kind of liberties do you think a liberty card
: ferial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without, experts were beyond their depth. Just can gh'e1"'
away
:f; :
r permission of SEA: Washington 25 D. C. Republication of any:
\, other matter, except by service publications, Is prohibited recently I came across a few more testimonials -
4J. without permission of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS.
': to add to the already mountainous pile
C"I'' Admiral .
: of proofs that he-men do pray. The first, an I BOOK SHELFMY I

Salt Some Away excerpt from a letter, brings up the interest- Continued from Fate One

ing question of tic Fleet Torpedo Plane Division THREE YEARS WITH EI- .

/ ;.' It appears more and more likely that a LACE PANTIES? and,while in that assignment par- SENHOWER is the personal diary -
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(. ticipated in the bombing of the ex-
\ general pay increase for all naval personnel ".. I am first pilot on a B-17-so I am German ships FRANKFURT and of Captain Harry C. Butcher,

I will be approved within the next few weeks, boss I have been checking kids out as OSTFRIESLAND off the Virginia USNR, who was naval aide to Gen

to become effective with the beginning of co-pilots. I fly 'em in the morning for three Capes. eral Eisenhower from 19421945.It .

the new fiscal year next July 1. Both housesof hours, then I take him 'dinner, have a With Polar Explorer begins with Eisenhower's assignment -

Congress have passed bills authorizing a long talk with him, then give him a night Rear Admiral Davison was' instructor in 1942 as commander of

,E pay raise, and it remains only for the differences ride. That gets to be old stuff, day after at the Naval Air Station, the U. S. forces in the, European
Pensacola, Florida, from September -
between the plans of the House and day, but you have to get good men I geta 29, 1921, until December 29, theatre of operations and ends
the Senate to be reconciled before the long- new officer every day. I have to tell in 15 1923. Early in 1924, in the gradeof with his triumphal Journey home r

., _--' anticipated boost can become a reality. At hours if he is good for what we want him Lieutenant, he was the Navy's after V-E Day. Captain Butcher is
the same time, it is expected that an increase for Nine out of ten times he is about 20 representative with Captain Roald a first class reporter and his diary

will be granted to Class IVb civilian employees ,' years old, has had two years or less of col- Amundsen the proposed during Polar preparations Flight Expedition for- includes personal things which both his constant military con-and

to match that already received by- lege, thinks he knows all the answers and and was' to have served as pilot tact with the commander-in-chief,
{ per diem employees last March 18th. knows he is a pretty hot pilot. I have to see and navigator on the flight. In and his semi-independent position,

The question arises as to what we're going if he can fly, take orders and has lots of Amundsen this connection in Italy he joined where Captain he fol- made. it possible for him to observe -

to do with the extra money, once it is guts; and between you and me, if he can lowed the construction of the The narrative of the American

finally assured. Most of us have found that, I pray (of course that is my own qualification planes being built there for the Navy in the Atlantic is told in
while we certainly will welcome the added i ). But if a fellow can't pray he hasn't expedition and studied European the second volume of BATTLE

cash, we have been able to get along on our'I' any guts as far as I'm concerned. If a young aircraft development. When the REPORT by Comdr. Walter Karig.
expedition was abandoned becauseof
present income. Prices generally have gone kid will come out and tell you he prays, then lack of funds, Rear Admiral Da- The Navy's first actions volume from reported Pearl Harborto on the

up but most of the articles we have been he is okay. vison returned to the United the Coral Sea. As in the first

\. waiting to buy are not yet obtainable, and "You see when I am with these guys, I States. volume, the material for the'second -
I', we hesitate to pay fantastic prices for the say a lot of words I shouldn't. I act mean and After duty at the Naval Air Station I is taken from official naval

substitutes that are available at the moment. hard, and at the end of the day the kid is Pensacola, Florida, he Joinedthe sources and the navies of the ale
I USS LANGLEY, November 4, lies. :Many pictures are included,
!. Considered in terms of the quality and quan- ready to fight me. Then I ask him if he has 1924, and served in her until Sep- as well as a list of awards and ci-
tity of goods that it will buy today, our dol- lace on his underpants, and I bet him he tember 8, 1926. He was in com- tations. These two volumes together -
lar just isn't worth what it used to be I even says his prayers at night. And when a mand of Scouting Squadron Two, make a good history of the
kid will "Sir I don't lace Aircraft Squadrons, Battle Fleet, part the U. S. Navy played in winning .
.1 It is to be expected that as the wheels of say, wear on my from September 9, until Novem- the war.

industry gradually work up to full produc- drawers, I can beat hell' out of you, andyou're ber 1, 1926, when he returned to On a more personal note is the
tion speed, our dollars will once more be damn right I pray. I apologize to him, the LANGLEY, serving as air of- final chapter of Ernie Pyle's war
( worth an amount in goods comparable to and he is a man in our group. Of course, it ficer until June 9, 1927. He reported reporting LAST CHAPTER. It is
what takes me another hour to explain to him to Pensacola, where he was instructor written in the same style /is his
they used to bring a few But
r years ago. until April 25, 1928. From
earlier books, BRAVE MEN, and
j until that time comes, our own self-interest what I've been doing all day, but after that May 1, 1928, until June 18, 1930, HERE IS YOUR WAR. Attachedto
..y
of{ ". as individuals, would seem to dictate the it's all right, and we are big pals." he had duty in the office of Naval the Navy in 1945, Ernie Pyle

Ii adoption of a policy of putting aside regular- And it was nothing less than a British Operations, Navy Department, went first to the Marianas and
where he had the Aviation Section
admiral who recently delivered himself of then joined an aircraft carrier on
fl', ly a portion of these "cheap" dollars, in an- Ship Movements Division. the invasion of Okinawa. He made
-; ticipation of the day when articles of all description this remarkable statement:
The Admiral was in command of the landing with the Marines and
: once again become available in "In all my career-and I have fifty yearsat Bombing Squadron Two, Aircraft, : saw Okinawa secured before his

l' adequate quantity to satisfy the demand, and sea-I have never yet come across a sailor Squadrons, Battle Fleet, USS luck .ran out.
at reasonable prices! who in the hour of danger did not realize SARATOGA, from July 8, 1930 .
that he was in the hands of Almighty God.I until May 18, 1931. From May 18, Service Medal with a Gold Star
The answer to our question is simple. The
1 1931, to June 10, 1933, he was op- all three awarded for his out
Navy has made it possible for all naval per- am a firm believer in the" astounding and erations officer on the Staff of standing service in the Pacific war

sonnel and civilian employees to take advan- marvelous effect of prayer. Commander Aircraft, Battle and the Victory Medal, Grand
l Force, U. S. Fleet, and from July Fleet Clasp, the American Defense
tage of the most convenient and
painless shop talk is just as dull to those at home as 18, 1933, to April 10, 1935: he was Service Medal, Fleet Clasp, the
method of accumulating such savings, babies and gardens potentially are to us. executive officer of the Fleet Air Asiatic-Pacific Area Campaign

through the allotment and payroll deduction Navy terminology, too, will be more confus- Base, Coco Solo, Canal Zone. He Medal with seven battle stars, and
1 plans for buying United States Savings the Joined the LEXINGTON on April the Philippine Liberation Ribbon
ing to our families than even most eso-
29, 1935, serving as her navigatoruntil
with two stars.
Bonds the safest investment in the world.
teric jive addict's chatter is to us. Therefore, June 7, 1936, and during the I .
Plan now to put that pay raise into a we'd like to suggest patience and toleranceand following year was executive offi-

1 Savings Bond allotment. You'll never miss it, unclasping of cherished Navy memories; cer of the USS WRIGHT.
and three dollars today will bring four in the Duty in AtlanticHe
our civilian shake-down cruise will be pain- iJJninrSrruitfs I :
future for the things you'ie looking forward headed the Administration
i less if we don't try to implant, in a buzz- Division of the Bureau of Aero-
: K> having bomb of thinking oth- At the Station Chapeli Birmtnfhim
manner, our way on nautics, Navy Dept., from June 30, Road and Muitin Avenue
-*- ers. We are the ones out of the rut, not they. 1937, until June 3, 1939. From Prete.lan$
f/ And speaking of ruts, we couldn't possi- June 20, 1939 until Oct. 12, 1940, 0730-Holy Communion: ChaplanE!
Listen WAVESOne he was Chief of Staff and Aide to W. Andrew.
bly have been WAVES for more than a few Commander, Aircraft Scouting 0930-NAT1C Service Chaplain E.

_It of Webster's definitions for "conver- weeks without acquiring new ideas and new Force, U. S. Fleet, and from Oct. 1045-E Divine Caylor.i.ervle Chaplain Fran-
/ /bion" is the reduction by multiplication from perceptive facilities. Slip back into your old 23, until Nov. 1, 1940, he was ell Lee Albert..
a fractional to an integral form. This article patern if you wish, but make it as broad Chief of Staff and Aide to Com- 1815-The Hour-Smf.ll Young(.Impel.Peopled Veipcr

r is addressed to all who fear we won't gracefully and instantly variable a one as Navy life is. mander ron.-From, Aircraft Nov. 1,, Atlantic 1940, to Feb.Squad-1, Divine Servlcta: Building for Colored 804 Ptrwnntl:

t )) buzz from our metaphorically well-con- We should particularly make new friends- 1941, he had similar duty on the 143o-Chnplaln U. C. Gilbert.
.17 trolled)) tower to the home base. gobs of 'em-not only because it's easier now staff of Commander, Aircraft, At- 09SO-Sunday Chaplain Irhoolt: D. C.Small Gilbert.Chapel

1 Becoming a civilian really isn't very dif- than ever before, but because it is, as we all lantic Fleet. 0700Mul.0900Mul.. Catholic

;, ferent from being transferred to a new base; know, so much more fun having a wide ac- Rear Admiral Davison reportedto .
Bureau of
the Aeronautics, .
it does take time to feel at ease-in a strange quaintanceship.Just Navy Dept., on July 3, 1941, as liOoMul.1700Mnll.. .
r place, to make new friends, and to feel free one last suggestion: keep busy, head of the Plans Division. lie was fhri.ti.n Science Service

: ,. within the hypothetical confines of the governing whether it be helping around the house, do- assistant Chief of the Bureau, An 1100-Outdoor Sunday I Nuriery Small thRptl.for mall children

articles. And, just as on a new base, ing part-time work before college opens, or with the rank of.Rear Admiral, I II maintained between GI30
-f from May\ 2, 1942, until Nov 1943. and lzoo.Weekday.
the common denominator of being "in the merely being a party gal. Without empty Thereafter he assumed commandat Rtlifioai Service

t service"-both a crutch and a wedge for con- hours for loneliness this new experience will sea. He reported for duty as Jewish Fellowship Kellfiuui Service Hoar: and,
versation-will be present at home. There be as much fun as, and certainly less of a Chief of Naval Air Operational 1800-Friday In the Small Chapel

; inevitably will be some people who were in shock than, any in the Navy. You are wear- Training with Headquarters at the 1900-Wedne.day..Mutud Latter Day Sainti: Service Meeting In
U. 8. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville -
the service; let them be your safety valve ing your sense of humor whether or not you Florida, on April 18, 1945. Small Chapel.Y.a.g 14.....'. BW O, ...
'r ) if you must blow your top to someone. wear a discharge button, aren't you? Admiral Davison holds the Legion 1830-E.Thuri.ii.jr., In'Small Chapel C.
Cnylor.U
However, we all know that Army or Navy Janet Boyle, SpSlc.! of) Merit, the DitsinguUhcd

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I SUPPLY COMMITTEE 81
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EDITOR'S NOTES This li the fret ef series tf three articles o. the poll r i _,I"
mi procedure governing redaction In tore ef civilian employee* In the Navy Department _'
'. and IU field cllvitiei. Another In this series will be published next week. By Clara E. Speer -' +
A standard procedure for reduction in force of civilian A congenial party of 24 Supply I
in the devotees of Isaac Walton went on
employees Navy Department and its field activities, an all-day deep-sea fishing trip on

i recently approved by the U S. Civil Service Commission, will a 65-foot boat. There would have ....
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be followed at NAS Jacksonville to effect a decrease in the been 25, but Lt. (jg) Juracka miss- .
\' number of personnel to peacetime levels. ed the boat, and he has been' regretting -

Under this policy, four principal factors will be considered plenty of It good ever food since and They drinks had,

in determining which employees are to be separated in and enough over to feed the fish.
event of a reduction of force. These factors are tenure of ap- They claim the catch was actually

pointment, veteran preference, efficiency ratings, and length 700 pounds of sea bass and other
of Federal service. varieties. Aubrey Wilson, Henry
Behrens, Tom Forrest and Dwight
Prior to a reduction in force, all Vernam carried off the honors for
.civil service employees will be seg- under the Civil Service RetirementAct the prize catch. It is reported that
regated by competitive areas and as amended. Employees who all but four of the party got sea-
competitive levels. NAS Jackson- .retirement sick. the two of them s+
are beyond age, but do By way,
ville NAAS Cecil Field and
; ; ex-sailors dis-
not have sufficient service creditto are recently
NAAS Mayport'will be separate be eligible for retirement, will charged from the Navy. Several
competitive areas, except the be covered in retention groups A, developed good cases of sunburnon -
areas for electricians, carpenters, B, and C, in accordance with the the back of their necks from HOW ABOUT THOSE Supply suggestions? Here is the com-
: machinists, and painters which will nature of their appointments. bending over the rail. Even thoughthe mittee which passes on your ideas and in turn recommends them to
be the departments of the station, Retention A, B, and C, ship's clock was not working, the station committee. On the right is Lt. Comdr. F. R. Briggs, whois
such as Public Works, A & R, etc. groups
are divided into sub-groups ac- they say the captain kept perfect also a Member of the station committee. Others in this subcommittee -
J Competitive levels for IVb) em- cording to efficiency rating and time for the guests and crew by reading from right to left are: Moultrie J, Smith, the chair-
ployees include all positions in the veteran preference. the regularity of trips, at 20-min- man; George Dwelle, James Wipgate, and John Erwin Parsons.,
competitive area of the same serv- ute intervals, made to the rail by Kenneth McDuffie, another sub-committee member, was unavailablewhen
ice grade, and official position ti- Within groups A and B, em- Frank Reiter, a recently returned the above picture was taken.
tie. The following combinations of ployees are listed in order of their Navy veteran. Too bad thatFrank's
positions have been made in establishing total retention credits which are sea-sickness cut down on Dollars For Ideas .
competitive levels: typ- computed by allowing one point his time for wisecracking with his
ists and clerk-typists, CAF-1 and for each full year of Federal gov- brother, Carl Relter. We know
CAF-2; stenographers and clerk- ernment service plus five pointsfor from experience' that when those Supply Sub-committee PassesOn
stenographers, CAF-2; clerks (all an efficiency rating of "exe!- brothers get going, they can keep
classes), CAF-1 and CAF-2. lent. Efficiency ratings of ,less
party in stitches. One eventof
..... For 'Group II and III positions, than "excellent" do not carry any] any the day was sighting a hugesea Suggestions By Employees
each trade or occupation listed on point value. Federal government turtle, and of course, plenty of
the schedule of wages, regardlessof service is the total of all periodsof porpoises. Lt. Comdr. Frank R. Dy Margarie D. Putnam

rate of pay, will be consideredas retirement service eligible for, without civil service re- Briggs and John Conrad tore their Last week this column introduced members of the A & t
purposes
a separate competitive level. trousers, and a game of "Safetypin
Within the competitive levels gard to whether the employee is safety pin, who's got the safe- R committee on awards which operates under the station
employees are classified in Groups. eligible or will be eligible to re- : ty pin?" ensued, to the merriment Committee on Awards for Civilian Employees.
Group A includes all employeeswho ceive retirement benefits.counted.All active I of all. All participants declared Today, the members of another major sub-committee, 7
is
service
have met all requirements for military that it was a "super" party.
indefinite retention in their Total service will consist only of | Supply, are;& being presented so that employees of this depart- :
ent position. This includes all pres-em- full years of creditable service, Personnel section bade adieuto ment will be more familiar with the men who pass on all 'T
of their number lastur..t.
ployees serving under absolute or but fractions of a year will be con- .two. Minnie Lee Goodman transferred beneficial suggestions originating in Supply.. ::
probational civil service appoint- sidered in arriving at the total.If n VV'" to the Veterans Administration -. Moultrie James i Smith, '

ments or who were appointed, re- a tie occurs among two or in Atlanta, Ga. Incidentally, of the Supply Sub-Committee
appointed, transferred, or promoted more employees, it is broken her boy friend lives in Atlanta, and Beneficial Suggestions, js a
from absolute or probationalcivil as follows: I, By considering half we are wondering what part he of Blackshear, Ga. He is the
service appointments to war years of service in excess of total played in the matter. James' sonnel assistant in the
service indefinite or trial period ap- years for which retention credits "Pete" Petry hastened his resignation : group and is always ready to
pointments without a break in were given. 2. If retention creditsare because of the illness of both I plain and promote the
service'of 30 days or more. the same, the ties will be broken his parents in West Virginia. Incidentally program, or any bright
Retention group B includes all by the date they entered on dutyat he is planning on matri- which, when polished off,
employees serving under appoint- this station for the period of mony in June and a home in New pay a cash return. He has had
ment limited to the duration or for current continuous service. 3. If York. Walter Fay is a new arrivalIn experience in personnel work
the duration and six months, or the employees are still tied, the personnel section and is being several large hotels and in the f
otherwise limited in time to a pe- ties will be broken by giving pref- welcomed. A farewell dinner hon- S. Employment Service. He
riod in excess of'one year, except erence to the employees with the oring Irene Volker (follow-up) give your suggestion a boost. i
those covered in retention groups highest efficiency rating. 4. Total was enjoyed recently at Strick- him.
AandC. length of Federal service, both land's in Mayport. Delicious I George Dwelle, another
Retention group C includes all military and civilian will then be shrimp and chicken dinners were native, came to this activity
employees serving under appoint- used. 5. If, after the factors above served Nellie Reddick (inven- laborer in 1941. He has
ments specifically limited to one have been considered, employeesare tory) has actually resigned. Her steadily through various
year or less; all non-citizen em- still tied, such ties will be husband, who is in the Army in Ingly responsible positions such
ployees; all employees continued broken by consideration of official Arkansas, came after her. She had helper general, junior
beyond the automatic retirement 'I conduct, attendance records, and to go this time. Purchase is very keeper, assistant storehouse
age; and all annuitants appointed dependency.were sorry to have Kathryn Schleifer er, to storehouse officer. \
.
knows all the headaches that
Fay Griffin Wright (issue -
), after five years of service, develop. He will listen to
has resigned. She really'is an old- gripes and solutions. Try him
UEEZ&'g timer, and will be missed in many James Wingate, rigger, is a
known figure in maritime
ways.
He's a square man and will try,
Ira Townsend (accounting) and the best of his ability, to help
F I 3T=T- AROUNDA&R his wife, as well as Marguerite Al- hit the jackpot.
'J{ varez, Gladys Ward, and Vernall Kenneth McDuffie, from
Craft (accounting) spent an enjoyable Carolina, arrived aboard In
week-end at Kingsley
Emergency Kepoir-by Faun the sailor who ended up in a Lake Too bad Camp Blanding is He progressed and supply through clerk,
property
The morning was dreary. Rain and civilian shirt and tie, and C. L. closed, girls!
clouds threatened to spoil the plan- Georgia Barthelmess (issue) recently -
Carroll, Sic, who lost his dunga-
ned division party of emergency enjoyed a short trip to Procedure Of
repair. But it turned out to be a rees.The Palm Beach. Another fishing fan,
beautiful day. The gang met at sad sight of the week Irene Halbrook (proposal) and party I Inspection Dept.
Gold Head Branch State Park and around emergency repair is made a good catch at Salt

the fun began. "Blackle. While slaving away Springs on the Oklawaha River. Is Explained
There were plenty of home bak- They fried bream and "hush pup-
out beer at the he
ed hams, beans, beautiful salads, dishing picnic, DI-g" on- the- shore and had a lot Bv Sara E. Verner
cakes, and beer. Before chow, the reached down into the containerand o f fun : Ercil Downs (issue) Just in case you are I'f
men, both sailors and civilians, I severely gashed his finger. It took off some time to be with heron about that broad smile Chief
played baseball. Never did hear I required several stitches. Then to Ross, who has returned from H. Sudberry has been wearing
who won! Lois Williams and Mary I top it off, he rendered his servicesto the Pacific. He really enjoyed her cently, here is the reason-he
Albright had a little tough luck referee a ball game. While sit good home cook1ng.Convalescents Mrs. Sudberry are the proud
with their car on the way out. ting under the shade of a tree : Doris Buchan ents of a baby girl whose name
i' The car had a flat tire and the and calling errors, he was suddenly (inventory) and Ruth Crosier Sandra.

',,,, .fan belt flew the coop. They were konked on the "haid" with a (contract) are being welcomed We haven't heard that tall : ,
+ a welcome,sight when they did ar-, bottle of beer, giving him a beer back to work after their operations : tale we have been expecting
-", rive as they had plenty of good bath and a knock at the same Betty Ruth Henderson (accounting T. H. Wheeler, However, he ( )
chow with them.A time. It seems that some one had ) is at St. Luke's Hospital few days to go fishing, and ( )
fast game volley-ball got set a bottle of beer on the branchof recovering from an operation are hoping he had good luck. -
under way after lunch with Chief the tree and the ball hit it. He William D. Sharpe (storehouse Pascal W. Jones of the
Hood as the referee. The civilians came to work Monday morning ) is ill at home Erma inspection division, is on a
played the sailors. After drinking with a red, sunburned back and Hanna (issue) is back home from tion in Macon, Ga. Jess A.
.. beer and playing in the hot sun, had to go minus a shirt for two the hospital. Get well soon, folks! ble, principal inspector of the
some of the fellows thought they days. But he enjoyed every min- Sarah Gardiner (contract) plansto als-accessories division, is
saw two balls coming at them. It ute of It. Who said that? ? 'l'l attend the National Conventionof tioning in Knoxville, Tenn.A .
was a good game to watch. While Word was received from Martin Business and Professional Wo- hearty welcome Is extended
the ball game was going strong, Fliehler from Davenport, Iowa, men's Club meeting in JacksonvilleMay two new inspectors, Thomas
OO, some of the gang went for a ca- that his vacation is fine and he intends 16-18. Although she has a Whitfield and Horace VV.
noe ,ride. to enter into training for perfectly good home in Lake Shore Whitfield is originally from
The treat'of the day was to see electrical: engineering. R. N. Ran- she has a reservation at the George cus, Ga and McElroy Is I
W. T. Butts, AM le and Julie Steel'sitting I dle, AM3c, left for annual leave. Washington Hotel with the rest of Coldwate'r, Miss. Both
in the middle of the lake in Chief Rosamund and J. L. Poulin, the delegates. She really has no have been assigned to the m
a submerged canoe. They were fac- AMMlc are due to go next, intention of missing a single mo- accessories division.
ing each other with just the topsof ment of the festivities! '. VionaC. Audrey Davis, from the
their heads out of the water, Townsend (450 section) is Inspection office, her husband
each paddling for all he was Allman Named For beaming from ear to ear over the her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
worth. They got no place fast. The arrival of her first grandchild. She man H. Bruggee, here from
life guard came to their rescue,and Suggestion CommitteeLt. wants it broadcast that there never home in San Francisco, Cal.,
; got them started once more. was a finer baby than Dorothy ; the ,week-end.in Miami.
A juke box was holding plentyof Comdr. Dexter D. Butter- Jean!
attention and a great deal of field, Inspection Officer, has been Should any of you "chicken own- again, and has been known to
rug-cutting went on. What rug- replaced on the Beneficial Sugges- ers" (the feather species, of up the tiny, fluffy breast of a
I cutting! It got dark too quickly tions Committee by Lt. Comdr. course) be interested, Amy Shaver chick. This chick has repaid
No one was ready to leave. The John C. Allman, Assistant Inspec- (inspection report) is quite a thousand' fold! By the
picnic ,broke up about 7 o'clock. tion Officer. The latter, succeededthe successful in the field of chicken Amy 'repairs electric sewing
I Everyone had a swell time. former when he was promotedto surgery. She can 'repair their : hines, too. :Maybe. Amy ,
'I
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s : WHAT TO DO! WHERE TO GO! I

Comdr. Robert .-. lheebe
i
This is about the Shore Patrol '
MOVIE SCHEDULE your relations with them and their

I relations with you. At a recent
THURSDAY- NIGHT EDITOR, with William Gargan and Janis meeting the subject was gone over

a Carter. from both sides and one of the rec.

t FRIDAY AND S.-\TURAY-MAKE MINE MUSIC starring Di ommendations was that alt hands

nah Shore. 1400, 1800 and 2000.NUNDAYBLONDIE'S I I be reminded of their obligations to

LUCKY DAY starring Arthur Lake and Naval Authority when on liberty.

Penny Singleton. 1400. 1800 and 2000. When a man goes to town on

MONDAYOUR HEARTS WERE GROWING UP, with Gail Russell 1 liberty his relations to the city

ItOO, 1800 and 2000. i are purely those .of any civilian
and he comes under the same municipal
TUESD.iYOUR HEARTS WERE GROWING UP. 1400. USO
laws. In theory, then, a
Show, 1800 and 2000. .
patrol is not necessaly In -
i \\''':()S.' STRUTH ABOUT MURDER, starring Bonita pracI
; I tire, however, both the city and
Granville. Shows at 1400 1800 and 2000
the Navy have found that it Is bet
TIIURSIU--BLONDE ALIBI, with Martha O'Driscofl Shows
ter for the men concerned and
.._ start at 1400, 1800 and 2000.THINGS for the city if a Naval Patrol la

I established to take care of minor
;} TO DO-ABOARD offenses through Navy channels.The .

B.VLLKOOM use CI.ASS-Every Monday and Wednesday at fact that the police may turn

/I. l the Hostess House. Beginners class 1900 to 2000. Adygtced class offenders over to the Patrol for I
(' 2000 tl)' 2100. action is merely a courtesy on

No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between their part and a man that has

these hours. violated city ordinances: does not

8WllIIISG.Pdol: No. Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Officers have any right to say that he
f Couples Family Groups -'hIlJren; must be accompanied by parents j I should be picked up by the Shore

Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. Patrol or should be turned over to

i Pool No. 2--For Male Personnel onlyEnlisted and Officers. Morf- them for action Any resistanceof

day through Friday, 0900 to 1100 1200 to 1100, 1500 to 1600 and 1700 arrest or any defiance of the
't .,> 'JI'04 Satnrdav OQOrt to 510(1( Sunday 1230 to 2100. authority of the police' is viewed
W GOLF' ':Station y Course. Daily from 1000 to "2000.' Open to all per- II>. RITKER) AOM3c, USN, left, and G. M Page, AFClc. I most seriously by the Navy as it

,' till sonnet. Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Auditorium USN, are pictured just after Captain Ford N. Taylor, Commanding, tends to break down the cooperation .

4r o ; Monday through Saturday-1000-1700; Sunday-1030 to ITOO. had presented them with awards during the Personnel Inspection of i between the Patrol and the
the Second Section last ,
Duty Saturday. City
BOWLING-Six Alleys behind Ships Service available to all per
Free Rucker Instructor at the Advanced Ordnance school, from Sacramento I It should not be necessary to remind
sonnel Monday through Saturday, 1130 to 2130. Closed Sunday.
California, received the Distinguished Flying Cross for I anyone that the authority of
t bowling. set own lOc a line for pinboys.
you your pins.
extraordinary achievement while participating in aerial flights the Shore Patrol Police
L band over or Military
} MUSIC Anyone Interested in joining the newly organized I
T m i defended territory in the Marshall and Ryukyu Islands between 24 over military personnel is absolute
contact Randals at Barracks 13.
March and 17 June 1945. He also was awarded the Air Medal and I and unquestionable and that .
TE (Racquets and balls available at Physical Training Bldg
3 one Gold Star in lieu of second Air Medal for participating in aerial their orders must be obeyed to the
4 f 513. I
defended in the Marshall Islands Area letter. knows
flights over enemy territory Everyone that yet
HOSTESS HOUSE-Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sunday
9 and 26 1045. there to be certain
I between February February seems a typeof
1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests.
-' Page, from San Antonio, Texas, a student at the AFC "B" I man who, after a glass of beer,
t' NATTO LIBRARY-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through
School received the Presidential Unit Citation for participating in thinks it is time to show the patrol -
Friday-0930 to 2100: Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100.f .
the reinforcement of the First Marine Division. who. actually, is boss around
I i
ATHLETIC GEAR: -Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training
here! This Is about the worst
Department, Bldg. 513. consln, enlistedin could and
f i HOBBY SHOT -Open nightly from 1900 to 2130. Saturday and REAL NAVY CHIEFSAT the Navy. He can't game blame anyone the Patrol play for actinga you

Sunday afternoon from 1400 to 1630.) Instructors will be on duty has been in all bit annoyed about it.

when the shop Is open. Shop has leather craft model airplanes and SKV SCHOOL"Ask theaters of the The primary business of the

plexiglass.: war and was Shore Patrol is to keep men from
NOITBALLGames in the Intramural Softball League are played aboard the USS
a chief he'll know: 'is one geting Into trouble rather than
'\ every week-day night beginning at 1700( Block Island before
the I try to stick them for it after the
in
of the old sayings Navy
'I coming to trouble Now know
I occurs you as
WHERE TO GOASHOREJACKSONVILLE and the aviation storekeeper'sSchool Jack sonville. well as I do that the primarycause

BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals has nine chief instructors 'I The tennis courtis of reports in town is liquor,

and Streets. Surf among Ship's Company who can I his home for failure to handle. It Is the Patrol's
from Union Bus Station corner Bay Hogan bathingand
of world's finest breaches.. Bus I sports and is business to take people out of circulation
other recreation at one ocean just about answer any queries
noted for a good before too far and
they
fare 25 '. the of I go
concerning
I process ldentl-I A.
J.ame. make darn fools of themselves
I NAVY MOTHERS' HOSTESS: HOUSE, 101 East Church Street. fying aviation parts. Below H, S. Hatcher. CSKV USN, is authorized and directedto
US O CENTERS: at 122 West: Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus : found a short paragraph identifying I from Mayo Florida and has beenin They take are into for their

Station Church and Newnan Streets; 311 West Duval Street. USO 'I each of the chiefs except O, S. I the Navy five and one-half!: own protection men with custody no charges
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 W .. onroe Street. Olsen who is on leave. I During
years. preferred. The big rub here Is that
f CANOEING, FISHING, AND HOAXING: Cedar River on San I
this time he has
From Newark New York comes I many men in this condition are at
s Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last
Juan stop on
Avenue R. M. Davis, CSKV. USN, with. been in the the point where they have at least
Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c canoes1.00 hour motorboats
San ;
per ; South and Central -
I five years of Navy life behind and five stars sprouting on their shoulders -
'4 -$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. Pacific and
I three more to go. Chief Davis wasstationed : I and don't see any reason for
HORSEBACK RIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA I
f.1 was a crew 1
in leaving the party: And if an argument
Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available
BLES. for Hay member of the
America be
South develops you can very
; Ride England South'' USS Lexingtonwhen sure that it will rapidly become a
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{ -She: "Darling did you ever try The delightful story--of- the "Five Pacific Europe, it went 'I situation where charges WILL be
down NAS, San
I and for three preferred. Better along quietly.
to8 U vacum cleaners Little Peppers" is no more enter I go
: lie: "No, of course not." taining than that of the "Five Lit- ,. years he was I T e Diego, Cajifornia his station In an effort ot help the patrolin
1.1 aboard the USS was -
She: "Well you'd better start tle Eptings," children of Zola Ep- He1 I before taking potential troublemakersout
coming -
now, for that's my husband com- ting i follow-up). In spite of her I Albemarle.all kinds .I to Jackson-I of circulation, the Station has

ing up the walk._ hair raising adventures, she boasts < .> enjoys a. set up a system of hauling these
that she does not have a single of hunting and.i W. W. WebVllle' men back to the Station immediately
at1 ...
1 And then there was the little gray hair chargeable to them. he Is right ster CSKV. '. instead of keeping them in

Polar Bear that said after sitting I Come what may the Epting house- home on firstbase I USN, came herewith the brig all night. They will be delivered .

on the ice: "My tale is told." hold goes merrily on its way! in..a soft-j the school I to their respective OOD's
11 .... .
-- -- > ba ,. "" from Alamedaand and If they behave themselves that

. 'i POLLYWOGS NO LONGER R. S. Stringer CSKV, USN. r has been will be the end of it except for .

came to the Navy in October I with the school those that turn up too often Th**. C

f 1933 He is from Macon, Georgia, I since it was created should please everyone except the
but plans! to make the Navy his in 1943. His -t "'- man that has to drive the truck.
I home for another I home is Oklahoma The Patrol won't have to keep

seven I City, Ok- \ J. them locked up all night, the men

years. He servo lahoma and has -,.. should realize, later, that they
J ed in China for been in the '"f' have been kept out of trouble, and

three years, on I Navy since No. !" .hj we should have less reports to han

i the East and vember.. 1940. die
( West Coasts j C M: Henry, CSKV, USN, came I 5 I 4

., and on all typesof to the Navy in November 1940,
l'' WAVES MUST EXTEND
ships except I y. .., from his home'in

lighter than airand ._. He Squin has, Texas. I PRIOR TO 1 JUNEAll
he do seen
1I 1- may / I
that before he : duty all over enlisted WAVES desiring to

gets out of the '. the Pacific and I until 1 1947
I remain on duty July
aboard
tiM was the
r > Navy Firing<
,) will have to sign on the dotted
.tit 1" guns is hts favorite Whitney Hen- line before the end of May. AlSta-
'" derson. ,
sport and he has won sever ::1 He re- I
week
Con 111433, received this emphasized
f al medals on the pistol and rifle orted to Jack
i f for voluntary
sonville in Mar. I that no requests
range. j extensions will be acceptedafter

/ Having served one hitch in the };; first 1946,shore for dutyin the I the 1 June deadline. r

Navy, J. L. Pierotti, CSKV, USN, I itt f/. _a long! time I

f just couldn't j in sports: he prefers baseball.W. j I II NAVAL AW 'l'ECIINICAI4TIAININJ ;
f v0w resist coming I H. Townsend CSKV. USN, j jcomes

back when the from Burlington, North Carolina I CEN'I'Eit.
[ ,. war started. He I has been in the Navy sinceM JAX AW

hails from October, 1941 captain lord N. Taylor UsN
Kane Pennsyl- I In June, 19(4, '''' Commanding. -
vania and came ; 'i Commander Robert F. Hiwb"*. UStf, I
he went throughthe E.: .cutly.
to JacksonvilleIn I SKV School Editorial Offices for NATTC

A March, 1945. here and change Section, Rooms 137 and 138,
-- The Navy has d his rate Adminstration Building 500-A. I

.Y ALL THOSE who were aboard the SS Neversail last Friday sent him from from AHM to i ( II Tel. Ext. 204AdvUor
.
night when the Imaginary ceremonies of crossing the Cancer Line Africa to Eu. SKV. His duties IE

were performed witnessed the egg shampooing of R. Zanetti by The rope, and the have taken him W. Autr.w., Lt. lomjr thC( ),

Itoyal Barber, li. D. Gamie The King of Neptune was R. E, Jones, a h Pacific theaters all over the Pacific I ArJ,. K I
f'h ali the Chairman of the dance committee, and Mary Scheurman and he has and DIP several lrt N.wwritr
1 was forced to wear the robe of Penitence served on the'West Coast He was shore station \/ .. J Mary Ann IX>nn..U!l, SpXIICI)

of the 'successful ones of the season on the Casablanca when it went *. ChiefTownaendU II.orl4
highly
1 The dance was one K.M"th KlMPHFok, SlD
...,. + sponsored by Welfare Department, NATTC. Other character were down Hi hobby Is 'collet ting old \ ': I"lwlo'......
depicted by C W. Elliot a. Davy Jones; M. S. HuUw M Captain; coin. i very active la'I' H.d. hr Phut Di>t.. A*, fund.

411. F, Kirk, as"th; "OrO.B,.; E. Grass as Fire Watch, and Uw Guard In December 1935, W. C. Car-II sports and liked basketball, tennis i Sellout und** UirfcHIn,CrbaM of. J. L. EUna.Page ,

were H. Sprlngston ai.d ){. E. Pash. jlo, C8KV.U3N Rhinelander, W.... and swimming b wt. I



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THE WORD. I ORDNANCEMEN AND FAMILIES FROLIC
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., Y S Air Raiders Ready For

From Aviation Fundamental ik x ,



School Series With Fensacok
j
Uy John I. Kutaoo, CI'hoM] _

From its beginning Av Fund ,

School just limped along with lit. Last Weeks Series With

tie or no equipment to use as demonstrators HutchinSon
Ends In Split
for the students, but today

attached through, to: the the school work of, and everyone other All lovers of the diamond sport will be in for some good

NATT Cen activities, the schoolis baseball tomorrow and Saturday as Pensacola NATB meets

now a smooth running, well- the young but hustling NATTC Air Raiders on the local field.;

I equipped outfit The students just Just how good the Pensafola team is remains to be seen but

i i the arriving latest are gear getting and a the more benefit organized of- Lt Comdr :Merle Makeever has selected his ace hurlers to

plan of instruction. However, twirl the two game series. ..

I our first classes to gradute and goon --- I Len jansen has been nominated

, to "A" schools, are doing fine, 1 to take the mound in the opener

I and unofficial reports are filtering INTRAMURALSIN 1. while either Stuart Miller or Bob

. back that they are standing up Pratt will go to the firing lint' in

well and making a fine showing ,,,,' a av i the Saturday game. The rest of
, .
ajongside? the men coming in to .' I I the lineup will be nearly the same
"b""e school from .neet units. More and THIRD ROUNDDuring as in previous games with hardworking -

more people are finding out about Jim Coddington back at
I ._ _.._, _,....u_._ ,_ I misfllng-
Fund and the keystone sack after
Av what we are tryingto the past week ten more
do for the Navy and for the men the Hutchinson series because of
Intramural League Softball
are enlisting for their first games an infected foot. Game time Fri-
were played and in each league
.WhO: '. powerful teams appeared.In day is 1700 with Saturday's game

the moment the service needsmort' due to start at 1000.
the Independent League
of others 1 At Hutchinson last week the
than
one rating some! -
on Monday, Barracks 9 and
games '
and the Bureau of Personnelis Raiders could gain no more thana
their second
T-LT each registered I'
to these as the Hutchinson crew
striving plug gaps, straight wins. Barracks 9 blasted split
making it difficult to guaranteewhat eked out a 2-1 victory in the first
A T-AI 13-2 with Temple throwinga
school quotas will be from'' three-hitter at T-AI. T-LT won ,I game, in the last half of the seventh -
one week to the next. This makes I| inning Stuart Miller hurledfor
I a 7.3 decision from T-EB Bar-
it impossible to tell the students the local team and would have
racks 52 won their first game by
what quotas will be available to won under ordinary circumstances.Miller .
trouncing Barracks 2 by the count I
their class) and often a man has j gave up only four hits but
of 19-10 Cornet hurled a four hit
to choose his second, third or maybe j LAST SATl'RPAY at Keystone Heights Park, the TOB Division game for the winners and his II I the Raiders themselves tould

even resort to the most attrac- had a picnic which was a huge success as you tan tell by the mates pounded out 16 hits. gather only two, a single) and a
tive school quota open. I pictures above. double off the bat of Charley Rob-
I The Mess Cooks took the lead
The percentage of men getting Chief Gunner Jack Carroll was in charge of the affair and the I inson.
in the Ship's Company League
their first choice is amazing, especially division wants to thank him for all his efforts in making the picnic I With the score tied at one
when they put on a four run rallyin
with the irregular quota sit- fun for all. I the seventh inning to beat Dis- up inthe last of the seventh, Al

uation. For the classes graduatedto The day was spent swimming:, Softball, sail\) and row boating, bursing-PT 72. Bob Chisel hurled Tremley drove out a triple after

date, the figures are, for first volleyball and dancing. Between games they devoured all the food, I six hit ball for the losers but bad I I Ray Higgins had walked( to push
choice approximately 62 per cent, I beer and soft drinks they could find. across< the winning tally for Hut-
for selection to one of their three'' <'_ __ __ ___ ___ __ support cost the game. Milt Cor chinson. NATTCenters' only run in
three Marines came aboard last mier pitched the best game of the I
choices approximately 81 per cl.'nt.// I the fourth when Dan Lesage and
week as he set the Storekeepers
week to attend the new Control
This proves this school more of a Les Rasmussen drew walks and
I Tower School. down with three hits and one run ,
success' than grabbing men from I Charley Robinson connected for a
'as his Dispensary! team won 3-1. I
Recruit Camps and sending themto j Ardys Redman flew in Monday : twobagger.In .
Maintenance came from behind to
schools without regard to what night from Portland, Oregon only 'soundly thump the Police team, I the second game it looked
NATTcenjetus4ee
they are fitted for. 20 hours via United and Eastern : 9-5. Maintenance knocked out 12hits like another Hutchinson victory as

.. The figures by classes
second or third choice, are listed in Barracks 51 any more half as across a run in the first inning for
for information: if she had been about 48 hours la- many. I the Kansas team. However the

"V All I ter she would have walked in a Barracks 18 won from Barracks Raiders came through with a two

M ('h. 2d ('h, 3d ('h. ('h.. Barracks occupied by Chiefs! 13, 10-4 for their second win and run spurt in the sixth and another
(airs III: JS.(t'fr ISO'* ,1.("'i 78 0'+ I Barracks 15 walked over Barracks
(a... 1/2 57.0', % ".6'. 4.0% 71.8"" I I NATTC is going to have another 14 by the score of 15-5 to take the two run rally in the seventh to
(8er. OS:' : 12II' 182't 128% 3.2'" one of those favorite Barn Dances win the game 4-1.
el.... 4141: "'.2' K,Vir 8.2 k H, ,O'SMl I lead in the American League race
with John Dolce down from
( "... 65: 1,99" h,2' ',7'. 04.i'i I' flying The other game between Barracks I Les Rasmussen started off the
(:1... cc, ."'i, 11."''. X..11'71.."'" Chicago to do the calling. Don't fireworks in the sixth inning witha
16 and 17 was a forfeit with Barracks -
Claw: 07: 58:4% .:*% 2.0: i'i;: l.W I forget to keep Friday 24 May open I single. Then with two out Rudy
You really have to keep on the 17 credit for the vic-
rim* II": 56.0% 1*.*'" 12(1"* M *'t, to attend the Barn Dance. More getting
OHM 00: (2,r% 28,"'* 7.9'4 '4.M* ball In the Navy because eveiyI tory. Rutigliano hit to center to score
I about it next week. Rasmussen and came home himselfas '
thing changes so fast. The NATTC
I Barracks 24 went into an undisputed -
Speaking of 720 where all Allen Henrichsen doubled alongthe
Gear Locker is now open Monday
I lead in the National Leagueon
Av. Fund. Grads. I through Friday from 1100 to ] the NATTC WAVES are now living forfeit victory from Barracks left field foul line.
a
Saturday and Sunday 0900 to 900'1 they have everything there 21. Barracks 7 notched victory In the seventh inning Mel Smith

Total 985 Archery equipment, golf . even the Sep-Senders every I i number one as they won easily collected his second hit of the

.._.--..,.... .... ",......... --- horseshoes, and all kinds of games.1 Tuesday in the chow hall. from Barracks 20, 112. The last game to get things under way but '
j Q 3' n4 for indoor recreation, can be ob- The Division Picnics are still goIng j of the week found Barracks was forced out by Andy Sommer.
a game
le tained from the Gear Locker. on. and Gold Head Branch 26 on the long end of a 9-3 I A pair of singles by Dan usage
game
State Park is the favorite spot. !' | and Les Rasmussen brought home
left
John )I, Croson, FhoM2c, with Barracks 25.
NATTC, Av. Fund. School for his I The Dispensary and Material DIVI- the two runs.
THE STANDINGS
I sion are having picnics there Saturday In the two games the Air Raiders -
home in Portland. Oregon, wherehe Independent Lrae
will enter Reed College in August 18 May, W L W L collected but nine hits. Chief
Rerrecks 5 2 0 RArrnck.2 'I'' 1TLT Robinson showed
Charley plentyat
We want to thank Jack for NATTC Officers and their fam- 2 0 Eli 0 I 1
the he drove out three
his cooperation' in taking picturesand ilies will have a picnic at Gold Barr.rkr U 1 I T.Al 0 2 plate as
his many suggestions used' in Head Saturday 25 May. jl hip'. Comp.n" hits in six trips to the platter. The
w L W L only other hitter to show up wan
.
the Jax Air News. Welfare and Maintenance have Mrs C...'... 2 II laleinlen.nce 1 I Mel Smith who slipped out a dou-

Starting Monday the NATTC planned a beach party for Satur- 1 Iai.p,-n.ory I 0) 1'olirr 0 I ble and in five to
a single trips
movies will be shown at 1400. 1800 I day, 18 May. It will be just below ili.hun.r' 1 ,I $1..t-h'I'. 0) :lA"uin" the plate.

lee iit and 2000 dally. Don't forget to at- Ponte Vedra Beach. w I. I..w. WI.Raraek. IIOX SCORE

: tend the USO Show on Tuesday' U 2 II R.rr.ekn J7 1 1Rurrerks }'I... G.m.NATTC .
because all USO shows are FREE. 15 2 II JI..k. J4 II 2 A8 H J'n A
Some of Uncle Sam's after
boys Sommer. rf 2 It II 1
1 I' Barrerks IS 1 I lterrAeks Ji 9 :2NAtionai
Class 22 from the Aviation Fundamental taking Naples, were looking at the 12A6ue I.reeve. e 0) 1/ II 0
I School will parade in the molten lava inside ].[t. Vesuvius.One W L w l.Rerr.rke Jill.mu..n, ?b I II 2 2
Lions Club Convention Parade next 24 2 0 1I".h' I 1Harr.ck. 11,1.ln.on, It a '2 2 0Rutigliano
doughboy remarked, "Looks 2/1 1 1 JI..uu'k. 21 0 1 .t 8 0 /I 0llcnrkhern
week. hot as hell." An Englishman mum- Bnrrat'ks a J 1 Ji"'Ih 25 0 J I ; 2b I 0 0 1

WO, S. M. Ragsdale has been bled under his breath, "These Americans I l'h.dwlek, lb a II 7 1
Smith, .s 2 6 1 I
released to inactive duty and have been evervwhere" Mdlrr. J1 1 I'' 0 2
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Robinson Leading 20 2 30 s
Illrhin.on NAS AB JI I'O A
JIIl"in.. 2b 2' 1 0Hutler
hTraC Raider Hit ParadeHitting I rt 1 II II 0
>. Trembley. : tf 2 1 /I 0Irennnn
e n. 2 1 II 0
-J Ib
'
a real .38]. Chief Char- 1 1I1'h. rf I I /I 1

ley Robinson has posted the high (;egK"r, If 2 II 2 0Jillrol.
batting average for the Raider If II 6 I II 0Stark
2 II 1 2
kI i ig is baseball team. Robby has steppedup Allyn 8b 1 1 I 2nll"I.
to the plate 21 times and hit .. e a II II 1
safely eight times. Four of Robinson Harlk., II 2 II 0 2

's hits have traveled for extra! ROr1t n. J1 .: ..! 0 _!

bases. He also' leads the team in 28 21a
w" Uy Emma Sue McLeocl see the examiner, There was jio runs batted in as he has knockedin .'r..o out fYii-n wlnnlnir run ...>r; l.
The excitement and fear over NATTC leo 100 0 1
confusion whatsoever and every- 9 runs from his cleanup batting 12
Hutchinson CO* 11111
the Civil Service Examination, BO
thing was done to give the applicant position. Runs I-Miiiire. HiKB'ni' and Slack' Error -
far and
as stenographers typists I: Among the other leading hitters .: Smith hadwiik.\ Urenmin. HUM k,
,. are concerned, are over with. There assurance and self posses- end Diivlf. Two lino. Hit: Roblnmm.Thrw .
were 18 stenographers and 22 typists sion. Those giving the examinations i is :Mel Smith!:! speedy! shortstop of BUM" Hit: Trembly. Solon Hw:

w'h.otook1h examination last were Mr. Charles E. Lepaige, I the Air Raiders Smitty got awayto .smith llnifi on Bnll.: Off Miller II, off
Last Friday the tenth class was Industrial Relations Assistant, Mr a slow start but after the first Hnrdk 3. off Roia>n 1. HiUt' Off IU..lke
in the Administration
Saturday, 1 In S. off Roirnn 1 In 2. JIlt bT PitrhwBy
from the Aviation Fun- Russell A. of the Av. Fun two games he has been cloutingthe .
Building. Nervousness' was pre- Mjers Miller, Stick B.rret. Butler; ly tin-
.awated School which brings the dominant, Coca-Colas were being damental School and Mrs. Leila V. ball at a better than 400 av- run: omm..'. Bulk, Miller., Struck cut!
!! to 985 thus far. Ketchum attached to Material. erage. Miller, I. Haidkr 8. Koxitn ,t. Winning
consumed
to steadi-
rapidly gain 1
Turner, : ROlla" Time of Game: 1 hour:
Top is R. F. Mullen) Framingham ness of nerve, cigarettes were be- For those who are to take examinations Other batsmen hitting above the | 45 minute.

Massachusetts, who was the ing vigorously puffed and hands in the near future, the .300 marker are Andy Sommer, ': .

Honor Man of class ten. B. E, Ev- were actually trembling. However, advice is given to keep a cool and .321, Les 'Slugger" Rasmussen, I

erman, Centerville, Iowa, and E. when it was all over, everyone level head upon your shoulders, ,320 and Dan Lesage, .318. Sommer Smokers Begin

L. Whiffen, Rye, New York, were gave a sigh of relief and admittedthe don't get panicky or frightenedand failed to connect safely r

graduated with honors. examination was not as stiff remember, Uncle Sam is not against Hutchinson to fall from'' For Av. Fund.This

or difficult as had been'anticipat- trying to make you flunk, the ex- .409. to .321 during the last week. .

ed.The amination but gives you every Friday and Saturday of this is a reminder for all Av.
NATTC To Have examinations began at 0900, chance for passing. Competenthelp week the Air Raiders will meet Fund. Students that tomorrow

stenographers finishing at 1220 is badly needed in all depart- Pensacola on the home lot," which night at 2000, the first series of

Tennis TeamNATTC and the typists at 1110. Every- ments and branches of the govern should help the Raider hitters Smokers to be given for the Av.

thing went off in a very smooth ment not only in this State but somewhat.! Of the seven games this Fund. Students by NATTC Wel-

is going to have a Ten- and orderly manner; there were throughout the United States. season the team has played on the

nis Team if there are enough men printed signs throughout the build- Your future jobs depend upon your local field only two times. fare.The Smoker will take place in

interested in participating.The ing indicating the location of the retaining calmness: before and Player
team will have matches with rooms for the examinations; tele- while taking the examination, and Robinion t 21 9 t t .aMI hot dogs will be served to all AF"g
Smith T 24 5 9 6 ..375.Summer
all surrounding! netmen. Any one phones were silenced, receivers be- clear thinking with the use of 7 2t 7 3ilRft and invited guests.

interested please contact M. D. ing removed from the hooks; desks knowledge and common sense will mu in 7 25 & : : .3
Wasko, at ext. 392 or D. A. Nelsonat were so arranged that each 'Indi- undoubtedly bring very satisfactory CnldinKtoo 7 IS 22 21 7 T 7 6 6 I .818.281 class 14 T ? ? ? class 15 or class 16.,
ext 8006: as soon as possible vidual could hear and
distinctly results. fhndwu'k. 7 10 2 2 1 .200 Come and see for yourself. t



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s Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 16 May, 1946

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Golf TournamentHas THEY'RE. BOTH$ SAFE. !! .{ Vmkhw I Fliers Open Loop Ploy. 1




Big TurnoutInOpeningRound Victories 1(

With Pair oi '



4 3 Down Ward Island 8-0, 11-7;

opened The station last Tuesday golf, and tournament the in- Meet Miami NAS TomorroyvWith .. J

terest In the best-ball affair In
both the officers and enlisted di- ,,' : ;' a record of 13 wins and three losses behind4flern, ,

Visions was at an unprecedented >\::- the Flier baseball squad leaves for Miami tomorrow morning

\ high. A total of ten teams took to to tangle with the Miami NAS nine on Friday and Saturday: 't'

the fairways on Tuesday, the open- L __. ;:? :' < ., afternoons in a pair of service league tilts. ::'
Ing of the enlisted men's rounds, ,... .i* : last ,
and 18 officer squads started< ... : The local outfit,opened their play in the new league : i;
"': .> : : and Saturday against the Ward Island NATTCenter wrclub
-! Friday
around Wednesday. .
on
.
:: : .. ,
A second tourney is slated to > ; : ., J < .'<. and won both games ver .... ., 4
.. ,;,,(6I Advanced Training
'f ; ; the Naval Air
; .' """
start next Tuesday, 21 May, and ", : ... .'; :' .. "",, .,.,_.1t'.... IS. ,/ .........t ,." ., 'Y ,.\i" ... "''''''' the Texans to give them a 2-0 record Command and Captain Anthony -
the best-ball match is ,, .. ,... kh \ '' ; ,{i 4 ;t. (1. in league play. The new league; ,
present ex I" ., ,. ,.. :. "'.; \{ 'I' .'... ; .
.. of
ro" Officer
to Into ..;r ,..>> '!' -, ,' ,',; .. :....J"w with all the glory of R. Brady, Commanding .
pected carry next week, as \ Oc ,' ., \ was opened !
1 '
>-! ", .:. .. ."- .. ... "". ; ', t, ,:.. ,* NAS combined to throw in the
a consolation flight will be run of!! """" .'+", .'''T." !......-.". 1'<< .__ 't\-..,. ..J' _: >. ..3 < a big league starter, as Rear Admiral ,
t
first ball used lit the league by,the
While the winning teams are vying, Ralph E. Davison, Chief of Fliers. The National Anthem .Was1"... "
for the championship. This will;
then played and the game got un-
J pack the local links with action; ,
WAVES Schedule Two der
for the entire time either tournament way.Meier Hurl S-Hitter
is being run oft
.- Plaques wil be awarded the win Softball Games With i Lanky hurler Dor. Meier pitchedthe
local nine to the first day Win, .
Hers of the championship round, Welch WAGS; I with a stunning three-hit 8-0 shut-
and the golfers that should show Hospital out of the Ward Islanders..Meier's -
S
I" well in the two divisions are the I
teams of Comdr. R. J. Plum and Varsity softball will be the sport hurling was the only thing that
In the WAVES sportllte next overshadowed the amazing bat.
I Captain W. E. Gentner, and Lt. Bob
of first baseman
J
week as the girls' team opens power
McNonlgle and Lt. Little, in the three
Forbes, who smashed out
". officers' bracket, and R. Cravens' their 46 campaign against Welch
WACa next Thursday, 23 triples and a double in four timesat
and C. R. Smith, in the enlisted Hospital
and drove in two runs.
the WAVES area dia- bat,
division. The championships will May, on
mond. A return match with the Only one enemy batter reached
be between the winners of the enlisted
"
third base in the NAS victory, Islander -
and officers' winning teams Welch WACs will be held on the
:' Welch field on Monday, 27 May. Ken Campbell reaching the

The two tourneys have broughtthe "" :'" .-,..",;.,,; { ., ,, .13', ..... The new varsity has but two hot corner in the fifth frame via a
NAS course into its own and \, ..'" holdovers from last year's1 club walk and a centerfield single by i
more and more players are apply ED LIPPEATT (top photo) and Johnny McCullough two of the Margaret Llewellyn at shortstop, II Eddie Stefanklewlcz. However, ,

ing for the new membership cards. top men on the Flier baseball squad, demonstrated the manly art of and "Skipper" Edge at first base I Meier let the next three batters
Without the new cards, men will sliding into the "hot corner" in last Saturday's fracas with Ward Expected to handle the hurling i down without a safety and Campbell 1" r.

I not be allowed on the course, but Island NATTC. Note catcher Lippeatt's foot on the bag in the top chores for the WAVES is Virginia, died on third. Friday's fracas ,

to obtain one all the prospective photo, and McCullough's perfect form hook slide.The Fliers dropped Winkler who used to chuck foi was the last for Meier, for he received +

golfer has to do is regulation Ward Island by an 11-7 count in their second meeting. Lee Field before coming to NAS. I his discharge yesterday. In

torr; the rules and Barracks 713 is leading the intramural his three pitching chores for NAS .

Clash league with a record oi Meier gave up the meagre total
w i Comdr. Warren McGulrk director Bowlers DefeatA I NAS Netters three wins and no losses. They of 12 hits, a fine record in any

of the tournaments, announced gained first place when they drop league. '
\1 I. that it was too late to enter & R In Station With Riverside Club ped the Naval Hospital squad last Second Win

the best-ball matches but that theit Wednesday, 13-7. It was the best The Saturday clash was much
enlisted men have until next Tuesf Tilt 27692342Led This Sunday At 1400A game played by the WAVES to different from the Friday game,

it day to enter the round-robin date and the first defeat for the as Lt. Lloyd Lux's squad piled up .. .
match and officers until next by C. A, McCain's 603 set, strong NAS tennis squad will classy Hospital team. five runs in the first inning and r
f Wednesday A plaque will be the NAS bowling team defeatedthe be seeking their sixth straight tri- four more in the second to coastto

awarded the winners of the round- A & R squad by 27 pins last umph Sunday, 19 May, when they an 11-7 victory. Chris Cagle .

robin also and the tourney is expected Monday, when they downed the tangle with the Riverside Tennis Lifeguards Needed To hurled for the victors, and due to

to last over two weeks. repair boys by a 2769-2342 scoreon Club one of the most powerful intense heat he was forced to retire -
i-, the Mainside alleys. squads In Jacksonville. The locals Man! Mainside PoolsA in the fifth session after limit-

Making his first appearance with rate as the choice to take the city ing Ward Island to five hits. Johnny

MAINSIDE SOFTBALL the newly organized Flier bowlers team as they walked away with volunteer lifeguard corps of Johnson took over in the sixth
McCain also rolled the high indi- the honors In the recent Riverside enlisted male personnel, Is beingformed and clinched the win for Cagle by

WILL PLAY vidual game for the afternoon, his Tennis Club Tournament. The by the Physical TrainIng allowing but one base blow, and
SQUADS 225 score being 16 pins better match will be played at 1400 on and Welfare Department. holding Ward Island scoreless. Bill

1 than teammate Kesse's 209. Math- the Riverside courts. The lifeguards are needed to DeMars paced the NAS with four
CITY LEAGUE TEAMSSoftball the Flier racketmen is help man the Mainside PooH, and Herb
ews was top man in the A & R Leading bin les In four attempts,
squad with a 497 set. Bill Smith who has gone undefeated and all personnel interested Pollock was the Ward Island star
at NAS branches into The local pin-busters will be since the new squad opened should contact Lt. Paul King petting a two run circuit clout in

I the "big league" tonight at 2030,, seen in action with the NATTCenter their '46 campaign. Smith was the building 726, or telephone 593.! the fifth inning and knocking in

,j on the power-plant diamond when team in the near future, and ef- winner of the Riverside Tourney, five
the Southern Bell team from the forts are being made to secure and his presence In the NAS line- Remembers 'Em runs.Down 16th FleetIn
city league in Jacksonville meets adds considerable weight to the last week
in up their other game
from the city league
the Naval Hospital nine. The games I for NAS. (SEA) Names of 11 old-time
chances of a victory 16th Fleet nine
downed the
and teams from NAS
Jacksonville
Southern Bell squad is in second the that have' made baseball players were added ot the
Other players third time in a thrilling
l.i place in the city league, and today's various Individual stations scores in :this area the Flier racketeers one of the flail of Fame following their unanImous for extra the inning scrap, 3-2. Pinch hit- _
J will test the strength election by the Baseball Hall
game outfits in the Jack- dead-
NAS lit Gam. 21 Game Id Game most feared ter Hank :Miles broke the
of the brand of ball played by the 159 Alex Stanek, Jay }f Fame Committee. Those honored -
Stelnk 19S 180 sonville area are lock in the tenth when he singled
sailor softball outfts. The hospi- Boozer 164 ... ... Burns M. B. Wheeler, Bill Pou, were Jess Burkett, Frank Chuck Shields with the win-
It t tal team holds down the third KeiM 209 141 ... I Lou Shenker, Leonard Warren, and Chance, Jack Chesbro, Johnny Ev- home
171
spot in the Commandant's Leagueat Gray McCal 225 m 207 160 195Mader Ellsworth Donnell.. ers, Clark Griffith Tom McCarthy, ning tally.Lone Six Starters

) the Air Station.Lt. .. 180 198 Joe McGlnnlty, Eddie Plank, Joe to
.., 189 Rube Waddell and Ed Sailor baseball fans are apt
W Bernard McGarry, directorof LaKiveri A Scotchman stood an the bridge linker, revamped lineup when the

softball at NAS, announced that Total 'm m ill Idly gazing at the water. A canoe- Walsh. Fliers see a next play on Mason Field,
from now on games with the teams A R lit Game td Game 3d Game ist coming down the river sudden- starters Chuck Shields, Jack
in the city loop would be a regular Sudberr 165 121 124 Denver Wants In aa
; Relnk 143 183 144 overturned. He went down, came Feehan Johnny McCulolugh Jack
I feature of softball here. Already holenikl 152 160 170 i up gasping. The Scot looked on. (SEA)-Denver has filed a tormal Clark, and Charles Pellegrini are
scheduled to play at NAS next Mathews 174 141 182 Down he went the second time. application for a franchise in around to lead the locals

week is the San Marco nine from Brock -170 -171 -115 When he came up again the Scot the Pacific Coast Football League. no: longer to victories. However, Coach

4 Jax. San Marco is the top ranking Total 809 77S T5J shouted to him: "Say, mon, if ye The' bid was made by K. S. Barnett Lux has able replacements in Bill ( }

team in Jax, and it will be inter- don't come up the next time, mayI Denver business man, and Tinsley, John McGrath Bill Evans -
esting to see how the local squads have the boat?" Willis Smith former Fort Warren, Joe Wentworth and Hank

will fare against the experiencedcity Natators Need New Wyo., football coach. Miles., Expected to leave in the ;

teams. I 1st Sailor: Did she blush when future is shortstop Bill De- ';
near
r iJ Three new softball Commandant'sLeague nines were Recruits For Meets her shoulder strap broke? Love is the only game that isn't Mars, and the heavy slugger's loss

"; added last to the week when groups 2nd Sailor: I didn't notice. called on account of darkness.Sr.VGGIN' will put a big dent in the Fliers

Pistol With Service FoesDue hitting power, as DeMars Is leadIng -
from the Fire Department
SHORTSTOP batted in and
the squad in runs .
Range and A & R entered. This .
Commandant's division to the loss of many topflight --lot hitting.
1 the
brings
I transfers and discharges nn : Hoi: Scor .( First Ward Inland Cam
to a total of 22 teams. Leading men by 4-- lAS! AB R H tO AW.
" the pack in the enlisted men's the NAS swimming teamIs .. Evan (rf) 4 1 2 0 e
C. bracket is the Marine outfit. They in need of new talent to com- -. dark (If) t 1 Z 1 e
1 five wins and no in the various meets sched- Fnrboi (lbPhiIds > 4 1 4 14 0
have a record of pete (ef> 4" 0 0 e
losses which puts them one jump uled for; the new Service Athletic -M1fIM" PeMart (/a.\ 4 1. 1 3 I
ahead of the Dispensary which has League. Lt. Paul King, coach of Feehan ((8b) 4. e 0 8
1 1 and defeats. the -Flier" natators, urges all male a McCullouKh ((2b) S I t 1 z.
four victories no t' r f Llppeutt (f) 4 1 1 or I
Third is the Hospital squad with personnel. officer and enlisted, to r"..S2JKI *"' T* "''"*--1 s iifCr**** r r Meier (i>) 4 1 '1 e I .
four triumphs and one setback. tryout for the team as soon as ( r Milel (SbElvlngrtgn) e 0 9 1 I .
t 1,_ (If) 1 0 e e e
Although they lost their first possible ....-.....
game in any sport since the startof Highlighting the new season will 11 POD Aunt

r Volleyball in February, ,the i be the Naval Air Training Athletic Ward Inland(sal AS 4 0 It 0 4 I

J IATU team is still leading in the Conference swimming champion- Miller (rf) I 0 0 1 e
Admiral's Trophy race with a record ships. The meet is slated for some '1i ,, e(112b( ) 2 : 1 1 : ,t
wins and one loss. VSB and will bring together Evan* ( 4 0 7
t( of four time in August, 'ollock (If) 4. 0 4 e ( )
367 was the team that dropped the top swimmers from Campbell ((3b) P 0 0 1 1
r IATU, and they had to go all out most of the major Naval Air Stations Stefankiewlc (of) S 0..1 1. '....

I before they edged by IATU, 9-8. and training centers in the _ia2/ lelman ((otohnion p) 2 a 0 0 t.'J C'. -t-.1 1. 1, "tti .

w "I'+' country. The swimmers from Pen- Root ((2b 1 .0. 0 I e -:
CPO CLUB MEETS MONDAY sacola Bainbridge, Corpus Christi!, -, yt'
1' IT a S H t
Total I
t A general meeting of all members Memphis NATTC, and many more Batted for Clark la 8th/ "'
-? of the CPO Club will be held stations are represented in the Butted for Gelenter I I. 'tti. ,
and the new Ward Inland 0 in the club- swimming league .
on Monday, 20 May, NAS UOO021 .Ox-IRunii I
house at 2000. As many Important meets will keep alive the hot com- W. Evan Clail. Forbes, IMMan.MoCullough ,.
matters are scheduled for discus- petition that was the rule during 2, Lippeatt. M.l.r. Error \
I
4 the war when service teams were .'orbe, Evan, Keiman, Johi.-on, Bun
sion, all members are urgrently athletes in : ntted In I W. Evans Clark, *'oit>cst,' .._
i+ requested to attend. loaded with the best I. ii.4',s' : r > !>teMnri Llppeatt.' Two base hits r'orbei. 0 'i'

J i the land < .;j'-to .., -'_: '_, .i\>,.' t..._ i1t;.. :..,}, :.,:.............. cMnri>. ,X.MrCullough Sacrifice hltai TbrM Clark.bnM StolenMUM hlUlorlx
sw'immers in trying
Interested -
Navy Outstep Army All SHORTSTOP BILL J>E MARS connects with the second of his W Kvani.!: Double playn DeMar .
rNavy's Bob Strickler out for the team can do BO by with Ward to, Toiben, Mile* to t'orbci. Left on banes" .
(SEA) hits in four times at the plate in Saturday's game .
Lt. King at building four MS 6, Ward Inland .. Hit off M lerI .
\ crossed the finish line four yardsahead contacting 593. Island. DeMars is currently leading the local baters with a tremen In 9 innlniml Johnion, 12 In B Inning.
of the defending Army man, 726, or by phoning. dous average of .446 His blnglcs come at the right time it seems Baae* on ball., off Mater, (t Johnion 2.
.. Lemberes, to win the half-mile re- canal for the Broklyn slugger has knocked in a total of 22 runs, enoughto Struck out. by Meier 7; by Johnson I.
is alimentary Winning pitcher Meier: Ionia? pitcher
lay at the Penn Relays in Philadel- A baby voice an at the one end give him the edge over team-mate Bob Forbes who has a batting J Johnion. Time of games till. Umpire..
loud
phia. Bouwman Kash, Bigley and with a at the other average of .384, and has 14 R.B.I.'s to his credit. Carr and MaxwelLf
responsibility
team. and no
Strickler made up the Navy