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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1946
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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lilt Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command



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

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V ? V ." i. NA>S Personnel Will






Attend BAF Affix 'I

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48 Men From Mainside And NATTC "

Flying To England To Participate '
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Twenty-four lucky enlisted men attached to the Jack-

sonville Naval Air Station will enjoy two-week vacations abroad -
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at government expense. :

b That many men will be chosen here to attend the noy.'J

.! bR r7 s al Air Force Victory Celebration in London from 1 June to 1

Ifi June r .w it WAS..__ announced yesterday with a similar number-
K to ;selected from'amgihe personnel
at the Naval Air Tethnical;
PreparationsMove Training Center.
The catch is that only men who
served with the RAF during World
Ahead For War II or those who served with,
U. S. naval units ashore in Eng

\- 'f.-. I;,<.."" '. .. > .. <.... ..'....'' > < .. '... . land are eligible. Those in the for-
; .>;; "'1.> v< ;00. BACK TO STAY
; : Academy Grads mer category will be selected first
I': ,: 1' : ; i;$ i CURTISS SEAHAWKS, TILENAVY'S to make up the delegation from
: < ; : NAS Jacksonville but if there are

.... >>'..." ... ",>-' ..'_ ... "__ .v'. .. .' .,'t'O:,...;.t.;...;_........ ..... ""' ..' .._ ,k,, .,,-I.V. scout planes newest began observation-arrivinghere Ensigns To Fly In not with enough the RAF men, then here the who remainder served

.:.., .>,v..:... .. .:..:_-r_ ,,-,._..q., :{:..:..,-" ",, ,, o 'i, preparation last week for from'Pensacolain the movement : Ground PBMs And Instruction Receive will be chosen from among those '\

,;l ::-r :' %;qL' ;: ,w of to NAS the VO-VCS Jacksonville.Squadron The outfit back Preparations for the arrival other in Groups the naval second are activities being category.chosen too, from and i

moved to Pensacola in
,
.. ..,,.t..w' ""e V ... ... 1944, when operational trainingin August of this year's Naval Academy present plans are for assembly in
graduating class which Washington, D. C. on or about 28
this aircraft
-' type was com
/ t; ;; bined with intermediate train will undergo an aviation in May. The sailors will be flown to
London from there it is believed.
ing. It is expected that the
.. .. :' > ,. doctrination course here beginning Mainside personnel who believe
..., .t' _.(..".........'"WIf'f"'tl'' ".........;:k., v".,..,'!. .. .. ,.1"," movement 1 July and will after be that completed date the by 9 June were rapidly they are eligible should report to
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i -.4 , ;"... :;'" .. .. regular training schedule. In the soon as possible. NATTC person-
.. 'fi1. week.
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:.. nel are Instructed to report to the
.
,;... .. ;; : : above photo a newly arrived The newly-commissioned ensigns I NATTC Personnel Office.If .
Seahawk is parked on the ramp.
will be in the
quartered I should
possible, applicants
.
o.V" Pictured at the left, a Seahawk
: : > Student Officers' Quarters as in. bring with them some proof or certification
maneuvers off the ramp prior to I
F. past years. of their claim. In cases
being hauled out.STATION W. E. Gentner and I
Captain where this cannot be done, service
Comdr. 1C. Y. McElroy will act as records will be checked to verify
co-ordinators for the Naval Air such service.
New Recruiting Program Pays TOPARTICIPATE Advanced Training Command Although final selection will be
while Comdr. R. L. Shifley and made by the Chief of Naval Oper-
Lt, Comdr. W. H. Maness will be ations, eligible personnel should
- Off; More Personnel NeededAn the co-ordinators for fie Naval apply early in order to have their
; Air Station. Comdr. R. A. Phillips !- I own names placed on the nomination -
I of Annapolis, who accompanied list which will be forwardedto
organized effort to induce enlisted personnel to IN AIR SHOW last year's class, will be in Washington for aproval.

transfer to the Regular Navy or extend their period of ac- charge of this year's group.
While the has not been recognition
tive duty in the Reserve began to bear jruit last week.A Helldivers From VSB completed: it syllabus is expected that the communications elude navigation, ACI, survival,

total of 17 persons had signed agreements to extend Will Perform For training; will be divided into two. flight physiolog; and electronics.
as of yesterday morning, with the majority of them obtained phases-carrier type and multi. Tours will be made of a numberof
through the departmental recruiting chiefs. Lt. Don Birmingham AudienceNAS engine type. The students will naval activities in this area
be i taken on flights in PBMs which including NATTC; NAGS, Yel.
Frazier, recruiting and assistant Jacksonville will par- have been sent here from Norfolk low Water; the ghter-than-aur '

personnel of the recruiters officer, lauded this week the work Aviation Officers ticipate in a mammoth Air : Va., expressly for this train base at Glynco. Ga.; the Radar
Carnival at ing. They will be briefed on the Training School at St. Simons,
urrhey'veJeen doing a swell Birmingham, control of aircraft, the operationof Ga.; the A & R Shops here at N '
fob in contacting their men and Desired For Air Ala., Sunday, 2 June, it was: all equipment .sed on the AS; and the Green Cove Spring '4
keeping them posted on the advantages announced this week. Martin Mariners, and the tactical fleet reserve base.A .
of the various programs Reserve ProgramNaval missions for which niis plane is series < lectures and demon-
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open for naval service, he said. Twelve SB2Cs :from the VSB !\
team used. Ground training will in (Continued on page 3) iII
Squadron here will with
"We can trace the substantial upward Reserve aviation officers up -
trend in re-enlistments ando will be needed for active duty during 24 F4Us :from the Marine Corps TAKES OVER
extensions recently directly to the 1947 fiscal year to augment Air Station at Cherry Point N., I 'J
C. in demonstration of the .
/ \ their efforts. Regular Navy officer a : coordinated .
But although the personnel picture nel in the operation of the person Naval attack used by Navy I--n'
was brightening, it looked Air Reserve Program, it was announced carrier air' groups in Pacific war
like a long hard pull before anywhere last week.Applications fare.
o near the number needeu for this duty shouldbe A helicopter fror.i the Coast
would be available. To alleviate submitted via the officer's com Guard Station at New York as
. the shortages of Regular' Navy manding officer to the Chief of well as Army planes will be in
personnel during the transitional Naval Personnel with copies to the the carnival, it was understood.
period, 1,200 enlisted reservistson Chief of Naval Air Training and Pilots of the NAS Jacksonville ,
active duty will be needed' the Chief of Naval Air Reserve Helldivers include Lt. Comdr. A.
within the Naval Air Advanced Training. Included should be the B. Smith who has eleven planesto 4 4a
Training Command, it was learn- applicant's name, rank classified his credit and who holds the
. ed. NAS Jacksoryille has a quo tlon, flight status, file number Silver Star three DFCs and eight
ta of 432. date of separation eligibility, desired Air Medals; Lt. Comdr. Elmer H HFIRST
With reports sif tin. back of the Reserve Training Command Maul who holds the Navy Cross, i
hardships :faced by many 'discharged activity, type planes in which the DFC and the Air Medal; Lt. ( "
, servicemen, the recruiters qualified, and a brief statement Comdr. James A. timer, Jr., who
are expecting even better results of experience. 1 June has been set holds a Na'-y Cross, three DFCs,
in the future. Many of the as the deadline for submission of: and six Air Medals; Lt. J. .
men contacted had indicated that applications. Barmtz who holds two Navy
J I!> they might be willing to remain Officers who have applied for retention Crosses and two Air Medals; Lt.
on active duty at least until the under AINav 126 but have Gregg Mueller; Lt. H. M. Garvey;
strike situation had cleared and not been selected thereunder will Lt. C. S. Porter, holder of two
?F food and clothing shortages had be considered for this duty with Air Medals; Lt. M. N. Wicken-
been settled. out further application, it was un doll; Lt. James Ferris; Ens. Herbert
K. The recru-ing chiefs and their derstood. L. Rader; Ens. John L. Hag-
departments are: J. C. Mauldin I Insofar as quotas permit, it was erman; Ens. Charles E. Smith; '
of T-l, A. C. Roulston of' VM, G. pointed out, assignments will be and Ens. Mark M. Buchanan.
P. :Goans of the Radio Lab, J. H. made to the locations requested in i
applications, but otherwise they
Dickson of the Inspection Department
made in accordance with WRITERS WANTEDThe
will be .
Lt. F. A. Moody (MC)
the of the service.
.. of the M-l Division, J. K. Bed- needs a. a Jax Air News needs! enlisted .
'dard of IATU, J. E. Hamner of writers for the staff If
A & R, E. II. ivicftianan of Physical YARD MAIL ENVELOPESFOR
you are contemplating newspaper
Training, L. Taylor of the
work as a career, and would
'Parachute Loft M. F. Marden of
STATION MAIL .
like further --
training by actually ----
' i. X-2 Division, C. T. : heets of AU if I
handling assignments! or
U, P. M. Hacker of T-6, D. T, Departments and offices were uould like to write for you LIEUTENANT WILLIAM A. MAZZARELLA. seated,
Gallitano of: Ordn.nce:: and Gun reminded this week that regular contact the personaletijojinrnt editor, I assumed the position of Post Quartermaster of the Marine Barrackslast
. nery, G. A. Floyd of Supply, A. Yard Mail envelopes are to be used Bklg. 954, or phone K\t.: 8543. week, relieving Captain Allan F. Titus who had been assignedthat
W. Eastin of BIdg. 135, R. U. for dispatching mail within the time full time will be- duty since 19 October 1945. Captain Titus entered the Marine
Robertson (civilian) of Junior 11 confines of the station. The stand considered.Part or Mainsido Corps in 1906 and retired in 1932 to work for the Veterans' Admin. r"
J OQ, C. 'A. Lindquist of the Wei- ard envelope is obtainable by stub are eligible for full personnel.i.y -time, istration. He re-entered the Corps in January of 1942, and it now retiring 7
fare Department, K. Phillips of requisition' from the Supply Department to St. Petersburg Fla. Lt. Mazzarella reported aboard NAS
the. Yard Department, and W. W or in a limited amountin work. on 4 May 1916. Ills former duty station was the Navy Yard at New; _v,
Jones of Public Works. the Central Office Mail Room. York.

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sailors who had just recently ie-enlisted droppedinto II I i I

the Jax Air News office the other day. i The Naval Air Station will I fronted with statistics that point,

"Say, a lot of fellows have the idea that you must be observe Memorial Day nex t (.up terms the of horror lives of lost the struggle In

crazy: to ship over," G, T. Murray of Wichita, Kas., started I I Thursday as a national holiday .I I )'Irul'"It'ut'd by the Metro losses were about 4,500,000. Cer:

off. "They 'think if you stay in the Navy you must be too despite the fact that', Life I surance Co. show many topped the list with ;,260,
I ', World War U struck down abou 000 battle deaths, followed by
dumb to get anywhere on the outside. I Florida, along with mangy I I
10,000,000 fighting men Russia with about 3.000,000. Japan
; who 1. other southern states observes -
lie' turned to the tailor accompanied ,
killed d :
I loser all the had 1,500,000 Great
'I Smallest <
istration hadn't !set on-the' among
him, "Isn't that right, up any Confederate Memorial
Britain niot'e than :
I major powers was the United 'I75i00, Italy
Capper job training for barbers.Jhen Day instead. All hands, nav- States At latest count, American! more than 150,000, Rumania some
His buddy, Arthur Cllppt'rf he found that it would take al and civilian, will' have the<, killed in action totale. 8UIUo-a* 100,000, Hung ry approximately
Plattsmouth, Neb, nodded his months to set such a program up, figure that will rise! as names are 75,000)() and Finland about 60,000.
head in agreement.he... some he hurried to the recruiting office day off, except duty sections tranmferied from the missj Total ,U, S. service fatalities of
of those guys find out what civ- and reenlisted."I and necessary maintenancepersonnel. rolls. Navy lost 45,319, with 1, World War I numbered about 126,
ilian life's )like there days, 1 predict really believed: that civilian 841 !still listed as missing II 000, with 4,500 listed as prisoner
that'they'll)) It* back in'" the )life would be soft after the Nav(', Turning from the lighter suit\ March; Mar..e Corps, ll ,OJI: : ; and missing. However( in that
Navy in ), than 60 clajs. Murray stated with 'a wry smile."I oi the observance of this holiday,, Coast Guard 813; Army ;23,215? : ; I war only 4.J55.000: ) men were mobilized -
The sailors, both seamen, first heard so much about the G, I. the peoples of the world who and Merchant Marine 810, with) as against! 12,7fc2,7l who
class, pulled up chain. "You Bill of Rights that 1 wasn't exactly pause for official tribute to the 4,828 on the missing )list. served this time, making' the pro-
know," Capperid, "1 wasn't prepared for what 1 found. war dead on. this first peacetime Estimated! axis del the exceeded portion of )losses slightly greater
any different rom anyone else. And I never dreamed that there Memorial Day since 1919 are con 5,200,000, while United Nations' in World War I,
I wasn't too d about the Navy .. -
wi would I* plenty of people just -- -- -- --
when I got my < charge. 1 was waiting to clip returning servicemen away before the 31st of May. "
triad to get out-at the time. Justlt'C8u.e out of their mustering out I I' "A-movin1. we will go"his the I Hospital-
you re-enhit is no sign pay, either," he said with a traced' I theme song of the occupants of
that you didn't have gripes, too. of bitterness.The Barracks 722-for word has beer
In fact if told me I'd given out that ours will\ ] be the
anjbodv'd
ever be bad!. in, I'd have thoughthe retirement pair agreed plans, that with the Nav'I'' Sp ; 1lE I next barracks to be closed. Much I ChatterWhen
was nut." + oy I as we lament the move, there'snothing I
deducted from jour j y like I we can do about it, for It something that happenedat
At this point Murray put In his ian retirement plans! was 'a I has been inspected and found I least two weeks ago tJl) has
oar, "Boy, everything the newspapers tor in their decision to n. Lois A. Leer, Vic wanting in many ways A few of I people shaking their heads in wonderment -
say about the cost o* living They also pointed to the r.nli.t'l I the more hearty souls have already )- and still commenting up-
is true-and then some And creases, and the sec rity "Sign to stay until 1 July 1947 hauled their gear into either I on itthen we think it's news. It's
there's no clothes, no food, no -no strikes, no )layoffs, -do you think I'm nuts" 720 or 713, and there is every indication this way.--the Chiefs so we understand -
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nothing. ing fired. "I signed-but I think I'm I that the barracks will be had a picnic. We .could
Both then experiences: ran a- "And' another thing," Capper smart." completely closed by the 15th of I leave it at that because we know,
long similar lines. Capper found pointed out, "if there shouu be There are two schools of June. Oh, me, got a spare! wheelbarrow that you know, that when we nay,
that there were some jobs available another war, I'll be in on the this deal I can use, mate "The Chiefs had a picnic," we
but the employers always ground floor and have a better but thought all those on interested signing: over mean also that they had one bangup .

wanted men with experience. As chance of promotion and getting I to have to get on the beam are going and "Hang your clothes. on a hick good time But definitely!! The
he had joined the Navy right out the tsp of iuty I prefer." I get their John Henry on the )line ory limb but don t go near the wa- comment and wonder are tauxedbv
of school, he had ) vet worked I Both sailors have spent considerable before the end of this month ifthey ter," didn't aply to the more rug- the fact that Chief Christ man
I;ef ore."Heclt. time at blue for ged individuals who,couldn't resist MISSED the picnic. He stayed
to in
sea. Capperwas want stay Navy
offeredmen the lure of the WAVES' swimming home to study W, have no fur
the jobs they with the Ar. .ed Guard, visiting another year
ther commentl!!!
without experience didn't pay all the Pacific and pool at 0530 last Sunday. A
ports over The and cons of the situa- 'S.
board today's pros little cold, wasn't it, gals?
for at
enough room .and Oceans.
Indian Murray wan on in favor
tion are many. A few points .
From the Nurse's Quarters we
he said.
prices, a cruiser and other) ships. Right follows
of it are as : you are learn
that Ens.
Jean E. Mother
Capper tried no to get on-the- now their greatest desire is' to go at )least assured of a job with a Virginia Winkler, SpS)2c( ) hada Ens. Lucille M. Lt. ,
job training with the Ford Motor to sea again, just u s'+on as they place to sleep, something to eat, mighty hard time trying to get Ann M, O'Connell Sutton Lt. Norma(jg)
Company in California.) Hut found can. and money in jour pocket. In cer- her hair dry at the pool last Sun- K. Duncan, and ,Lt Elizabeth(jg) E.
there was a. waiting list a mile I "Married or single) ,' they chorused tain parts of the country the unemployment day afternoon Every time Win- Queenan all left on 16 May for the
l long. finally, Jedp with the key had accomplished her ,
"we think :.M avy has a rate is unusuallyhigh. purpose Separation Center at New Orleans.
whole business, ) re-enlisted. she would tease Martha "Butch"
.e lot to offer. Furthermore, if you've any Goodbye and good luck to all of
Murray fared no better after Ami just try to. convince themto Idea of laving money for future Glover, SpTlc( to the point you1!!
he was dlcharged 01 18 March. the contrary. schooling, a car, home or what where Butch w mild throw her into .
When he got home he registeredwith have you, the Navy is a good placeto the pool to cool off for a while. Did You stomp jour feet, kick up
the U. S. Employment Service do it. Many gala have found you ever get: it completely dry I your heels, draw a deep breath .
to collect unemployment insurance Gum Tops For Teeth their bank accounts increasing a Winkey and rush into the scrimmage line
while he hunted a job. hundredfold over what they were that betokens another Square
Not only didn't he find a job b *. Chicago (SEA) Emily Tost able to save in civilian life1.Against Scuttlebutt from Katey-May: I Dance on the Red Cross Progiam.
red tape getting the unemployment notwithstanding, gum-chewing )II the proposition is the "Where were you when the Yep, another old-fashioned HoeDown
compensation made him for. now sanctioned by science. A fact that you will be away from lights went out? The storm Sun- for the patients to be held
get about' that, 'o. Next he Northwestern University experiment home for another year; you mayor day night really did a good job of this evening in the Rec Room. A
secured! an apprentice barber's in which students chewed may not be kept here at Ju. blacking: out the station A wordto real Hill Billy Band, a good Square)
license and ap; lie(' for on-the-joj gum felt 18 months, showed that There the situation. Take a good the wise-have some candleson Dance Caller and we're all set togo .
training. Hut s there didn'{ tooth decay can be reduced 60 to look at it before you decide one hand next time. Come on out, you patients, and
stem to be s ny barber colleges 90 per cent through the regular use way or the other, but if you decide' The MAA's, PT and Welfare) have yourselves a real old-faahloa-
in Kansas, the Veterans' Admin of vitamin K fortified gum to stay, be sure you get all,squared WAVES*. had a dinner party Monday ed good time.
--- night at Sheehan's. The
That soft ball last week
steaks were good the shrimp was game
WILL FLY ACADEMY GRADS
between the Mainside Varsity
wonderful, the drinks refreshing,
and the pin-b'all)) machine rich by Team and the Hospital Waves was
sure enough exciting. The spectators
Visitor
the time we left. duringthe
WAVE who lined the field were almost -
evening was former
Henshaw. l more worn out than the
Lieutenant Caroline
:* z teams at the end of the The
her game.
I heard it from own lips
I Kay Kessler was married Jut final count was 2-1, Malnslde's favor.Up -;
TUfi.dayood luck to you and here we are sure glad we
Marine! have Nell Lagow, PhMlc filching
your for us-because we would hate to ''4
have to play against her.
Henrietta Hudson, former Phar-
6 A 6X macist's mate, droped in for a visit .5.
g with her fX- hipmatt'II. Also Sunday, 26 May at 1500 the Red .
a aboard NAS for the past few day Cross will present the Chriss
has been Skip Moore, weU.knownathlete Dance Studio in a Dance Recital.
who was attached to the I Program will be in the Ship's Service "
PT and Welfare Department when e Auditorium.
she wore' Navy blue. Glad to see Don't forget the USO Show this "
you gals. evening in the Auditorium at 1800. t
Unit No. 14 and rated one of the' "
All Catholic WAVES and nurses best in the circuit. Come out and '

I are urged to attend the OUOO! Masson see for yourselves.That '
FQO' 9f Sunday 26 May, and participate 1, floor show presented last t.
> 6'V, w in the procession for the week in the Auditorium was no -: '
r -vZ M wyq s f STilt crowning of the Blessed Virgin. small affair. Jack Dew and his' '

Muster time is 0850 with whites show had just returned from Havana ,:,
preferred uniform, blue with white Cuba where they ,had been '
Martin Mariners! and CurtissSeahawks : blouses second choice. appearing with the same 'group
SKAPLANK AREA Is again the scene of bustling activity! as!
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begin to settle down,all over the ramp. While most of the renewed, activity now is confined that was presented here. Red (,rose
to things ready, soon the planes will be taking off and landing with: regularity. The TDM belong There's no need to tell the farm hopes to be able to continue presenting -
getting VPB-20S from Norfolk. Va. which came to Jacksonville to help in the aviation in- er's daughter that the stork brings such attractions each
doctrinatlon to Squadron to be given the graduating class! cf the Naval Academy, In the above photo, some of the baby calves, because she knows it'a lorn.I Wednesday. at 1500 in the Auditor-
the bull
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TIIUHSDAY .,
"TRUTH ABOUT MURDER," with Bonita Granvllle Shows at ;
1730 and( 2000.

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"SOMEWHERE+ IN THE NIGHT," starring Carol LandU. Shows
. at 1730 and 2000.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

I I "HEARTBEAT," featuring Ginger Rogers. Shows at 1430, 1730
: and 2000.
is r.
______j MONDAY
"BOYS RANCH." with James Craig, Shows at 1730 and 2000.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

"KID FROM BROOKLYN," with Danny Kaye. Shows at 1730 and i
2000.


THE STATION'S MODEL I'LANti IIUILDEIIS got a big break last week. The former Ship's Servo I "STRANGE TRIANGLE THURSDAY," with Signe Haaao. Shows at 1730 and I'
: ice warehouse In Bldg. 39 was turned over to them for use as a headquarters, clubroom and workshop I 2000. l]
' Making speedy use of the facilities, Chief Robert C Knight, Richard Wallace, AKTM3c; Welch

-Peeples, AMM3c. ; and Donald-D. Gilbert,_left to right. go to-work on their- respective planes.rascmuting I tI- STUDENT OFFICERS /i

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Hobby THURSDAY AND FRIDAY (j

IIC mmercil "CLUNY BROWN. ," with Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones. Showat oj!

Club Organized To Provide 2000 only. SATURDAY I S n

i I Bulletin .1 "WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER," starring Irene Dunne. Show at '

2000 only. i
Facilities For Model Builders bulletin. ..11b.. arrepltd until space ha* SUNDAY
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ailed Kit. IIUt '
"SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT
featuring Carol LandU. Show
Of all the hobbies that young Ameik.i dabbles in, none,. I toil SALK at 2000 only.
41 (hevrolet convertible top, good condi MONDAY AND TUESDAY
seem to have the fascination-of model airplane building and, I tim,. (.. k.+:. Luiuford Ext. 5541 Ground r
"1'rxinin/f/ "HEARTBEAT, with Ginger Rogers. Show at 2000 only
flying.
'41 Math dub coupe, over.drlve, radio WEDNESDAY
Enthusiasts spend long hours over the worktable, avid heater, good tires good condition J. N. "BOYS-RANCH," with James Craig Show at 2000 only.

ly read the many magazines devoted to this hobby, and I (Lumayv..round Training ACMM, Ext. tn\t or IIU. TJI UICSD.W

'3H convertible, adillac sedan, ,gn>d tins. "KID FROM BROOKLYN," with Danny Kaye. Show at 2000 only.
i make all sorts of sacrifices just to be able to build flvinc$' Lt. Oil Warien. 5;xt, 195.

I modlhl that might fly higher, fast ----- 8-piece bedroom( suite mahoxany finish! OTHER EVENTSDANCK
t er, or longer than the other fel.low' The fellows will be glad to showVcu 186. Mr. Willi'".... New York .Ave. Old ,
River R,1.1 I, Uranic Park or Ext. 4.0:
., aroui.d and get you started 4 room of furniture,
good
condition pur- : Air Station Band Malnside Auditorium at 2030
Friday,
Now that the is and i thins,
war over The mon members the club has,, dishes, silverware cooking utenI -
sailors at NAb have increased the keener the competition oneregular I'I sibs Included nold all a whole, tlon. 21 May.
model \ Available June IS. After ':80) P. M. HASKRAtL: --NAS Fliers vs. Fort Lauderdale, Mason FieldFriday
leisure time, plane building meets are scheduled With:I 8SIS-H Norman St, Iewey Park or rail
in becoming more popular, and today hlgn-powered! engines, and 1 Ext. 116'1 i IlMp.tal, Pharmacy. ( 24 May, at 1815
i more people are devoting their nwltt-fiyiiis; models designed b)'. 1 diamond lolltalre.' set In 8 chip. Marlon NAS Flers vs. Fort Lauderdale, Mason Field-Saturday, 25 May,
time to it. Men who their which. need little :I hurry Ext. 86118. at 1400
spend
experts special I
Tuxedo, ails. ST Ion*. R. M. Proctor Ext. NAS Fliers vs. NAAS Oceana, Va., Mason Field-Thursday, 30
entire working duty around planes, skill to build, the club members JU or T.I. 2 ':, rush to work on their models during guarantee plenty of fun, and an in. I American FH II|; bi-plane; A cylinder (0h May. at 1615.:
their off-duty hours. teresting of leisure! .\>. Kinner engine fm. Kenny, I1JK.H \INSIDE LOUNGK Formerly the Reception Center, located in
spending
way Hsncwk NAS, or 1'1111!| between T:4i4:15 the South wing of Building No 955, is open to NAS personnel and their
While a number of enthusiasts time. Kxt .
: 8524
.
I have been working Independently t Ruby .h..,1 l I up to year-old, 113: phono- guests front 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding receptions by
has itraph Ila l : both good condition. thiefPrince arrangement with Welfare Officer
all been
/ along, a club recently
.
1117-11 Kandolph N \s
formed on the station to centralize Stationkeepers For Bicycle 24" h.II..on11'.'. Ci;i. 14. ('hk'h'a- J.uUtARY-Locattd on second( deck of Mainside Recreation Building
and bring together all model build- ter Shop 1M (Carburetor), Amu-mbly No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
em Quartets have just been obtained &: Kepau 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 2100. .
Permanent At I
Duty Baby perambulator thief "Ihyer, ItIO BHancock.
in Bldg 39, where Ship'sService NAS. SWIMMING! Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming,
: formerly maintained a S lomna of furniture, good condition 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, Mon.-Fri. 0800-1900. Sat.. 1000.1900. Sun. t
Cecil Field
warehouse And any evening a few SoughtNorth t-SS'0 T..I'I 12001900.
of the buy can be found there Three bwtriMim l'uml.I..I.| kitchen rooms and of living furniture room, 'BOXING-For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. A.

burning the midnight oil fixing this Florida or South Georgiaresidents ) Hiidln, kitchen ulemtlU, curtains sad'' J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Malnside Mat after 1500.
or adjusting that testing motors!, who would like to re linoleum/ WmiM' Ilk. to sell In one lot GOLF-:: Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
'
repairing fuselages, or just batting main in the Navy and be assured for tact SP5 K' Glorneltl llii ('U ARM n''r'' "n nd lit Rimd K;,t. 83MO.( nn. and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Colt clubs and balls are available at Golf
j the breeze, about .model' of a permanent duty station near N \1"1'. during working h.iyn. House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
planes. I home were reminded this week of FOR HKNT ANCHOUAGK-Open daily to enlisted( personnel (with liberty

i Club m mbers, and there's room the Naval Air Reserve Unit operating >urnlili.il room $10 tot. cnuiiK $400 fur cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason .
! for lots mote, build and fly both I at Cecil Field. one, ,16W Herschel) tit., Mr.. S. C. '1'111. 1'1leld.

I free-flight and V-control models. I II Lt. C. R. Renfro the unit's recruiting Rixim Phone with i-8447 kill..hen privilege. Mr. Log.Kill Ti'XNIS-Racquets: and balls are available at the Physical Training *
They provide their own kits and officer, pointed out that ) *. 'J',.! T.791H: Building No. 726, and alsoQn Mat area (corner of Mustin and
I material, but Welfare is going to I about '350 volunteers will be selected t'INan comfartnl l, bedroom In private Yorktown Roads).
for at Cecil Fieldin home, (11111111111 for if-nllemml or winkIniT -
---
r furnish nec jaary tools and full-time-duty couple, In.. John Park, '-
; eqUiP-I convenient clnity of Bid 723. Lt. J. A. Mitchell.SniKll'bU.k. .
ratings that include control tow *
I ment. Storage facilities to NS: itHTUKe avulliibl, 4tfi3 EKt. 502
provided to t>tovt away completed er operators, aerologists, aviation Shelby St.. lei 2.2iill. tent-lather' bag with Identification PreparationsContinued
I I'; Join and theme in dlffeientstages I machinist's mates, storekeepers, Two tleeplng, rums, neon bulb In private button, compact money, etc,
I mo and home. near N.\s. convenient to In NA110 rea. Rewind Pi. R..mel, ( from page 1)
mates
, of construction I III pharmacist's )'eomen. but line fond shops ft theater. no cookIng Ext. 8UJ 'j S
"The Important things to remember Himngemend: brenkfnxt If desiredMr. trations will be conducted by
the In
II r"t present, newly-organized Gill! huh ichool rlnn with 'B center
,
,i he "are that M A. Willmm. 2261 I Lake Shore In of honi'ilnl VSB Squadron on dive .bt>mbln .
'i; V group[ meet at 2000 every Monday emphasized, Hlvd. We.t :1011I. of 44 vicinity
night, but the "clubhouse" is open utationkeepers, when ordered to 1 bmlroom for couple or Rentlenmn In prl- H. Roy Duels. Ward 1)I.di..h""II..rlurto Last year's nit lecture series
, every evening and on week-ends. duty, are not subject to transfer v.te home, mtuated on hut line for town.,. (-ot.-Any! Jun. 6 W und VVK iiitereited to b! in *" position will be held on Monday morning,
' from their home-town station, and and near Roosevelt Mithway Tel.508 for the next three instead.. At there lectures, combatexperienced
Ou"nts are Invited to drop In anytime A lirit hrd,'onm with twin hivtn and lar.t.clno't In Jaikaonvllln
I have the privilege of returning to l M' H. O. Ornnt SJ'IH Pnrk St. months. I i. urged to contact Women'Mm tier-:Division aviators ant dntinguuOied -
head of the *
lo stimulate interest in this hob inactive duty at their own re- lei! 264V. trudo Murray of the UMJ In Jacksonville. A po- visitors speak on subJccts .
by, the Jacksonville Model Air quest." \VANTK1) ..iti..1a.. staff side! la open and duties pertinent to their respective
kid from South JmUonvllle 01 downtown Involved: Imlude plnnninn paitie. work fields.Plans .
Club has been invited to In the air
r plane Stationkeepers reserve
I lection. Hour ft-4:ID' 111 9.ttitl: In the UMJ etc Meepin* '
stage a meet here at the Air Station program will serve at full Navy 2 or S bedroom unfurniohml hose , f on Sunday, 2 June. Only U- pay for their rating, and are en, meat In Klverilde. or nearer N.VS. Ku*. ') ..1. 5-j'IOH' at..OI'n''t'.1 I aircraft carrier have not been o
.
,
:' control flights will be demonstrate titled to all benefits enjoyed by ill M Proctor Ext 711 or 2-6"'lIl.i worked out m> fa. Jut it is hoped '

) ;. ed, but there'll be plenty of thrills, Regular Navy personnel, Including LOST Pilot after tailspin: "I'll bet 50 that arrangements can be made
, \' '" say station club members. Announcement i medical and dental care, National Pnmll mould lady. wrist watch with Boll per cent of the people down there I for the ensigns to go aboard the
link biucrlet. poniilbly In white box, vi.
, ...;' of the exact time and Service Life Insurance, annual thought we were going to be killed Ranger at Pensacola.
place la expected this week-end. I leave with pay, and full credit la:6 of the Naval Reserve. that time. I S .w i
Jf you think you'd like to toward retirement of all active Further information may be obtained Radioman: "Yes air! and 50 percent The next generation should be
I ., your hand at model 1 planes/ url.1 duty. from Lt. Renfro at Ext. of the people up here thoughtso Grade A, since it. comes from reg.
the clubroom ,after working Enlistment I will Ibe effected in 201, Cecil FUld. | too." istered fathers. ,
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JAXSON WOLFFE, Esq. "THREE'S COMPANY, FOUR'S A CROWD" By Bob Jones

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J fWyl 5 I Letters to the EditorTo .1 VVILCO {



Editorial Offices the Editor:
Office ot Public Information, Room 221
Administration Annex, Bldg. 934 All naval personnel and civilian employees at t
Telephone Extension 8542 the air station should take notice of the activitiesof
..
the newly-formed Jacksonville Chapter No. 1 of '
Arthur M. Greene, Editor .
the American Veterans Committee. This local chap-
Frank Tour, Sic, Sport Editor ter of the largest national World War II veterans' ... '. .

Bob Jones, Sic, Art Editor organization has already taken an outstanding part ......
The JAX AIR NEW 11 published weekly at the U. S., in community affairs despite the fact that it is only .
Florida, the Office 01 f
Naval Air Station Jacksonville by '
:
nine weeks old. ;
the and Ircompliance ,
Public Information at no expense to government I
Circular Letter 4>526. 28 May 1945 Started as a correspondence group 'of 20 Gl's -,
distributed 11
c + Copies are tree ol charge Training at the Center Naval, All the i and officers ,still in the service back in 1943, the 'c b ,
Station the Naval Air Technical :
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational training Com American Veterans Committee has grown to its "fEe
01 nand Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Naval present size of 60,000 with 350 chapters in the Unit-
Air Gunners' School the U. S. Naval Hospital and the ed States and 30 service chapters abroad. Chief rea- i:
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mayport
son for the AVC's phenomenal growth is its ful-

Captain Anthony R. Brady USN, Commanding fillment of every World War II veteran's desire for ,
tom
o
Jacksonville Naval Air Station democratic organization of his' own in which he /

Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding can find full expression. Prominent leaders in all!
Naval Air 1 Technical Training Center walks of life, the press, and the radio have lauded
the AVC's work thus far in carrying out Its major
Captain Robert M, Gillett U. S. Naval Hospital premise-that veterans should not be set apart as
a separate group from the community, and that
Captain Maurice M. DeWolf USNR,. Commanding what is good for the community is good for the
Naval Personnel Separation Center
veteran.

Lt. Col. Alexander A. VnndetfHft. Jr., USMC, Commanding Nationally and locally, this policy has meant, .
Marine Barrack among other things, unqualified support to a strong

OPA without the crippling House amendments, anc
Captain R iGunnersNSchool ending .....
,
4 backing of the Wyatt housing program with the .
overall homes and $600- "" '\' .
existing
price on
Commander Howard E. Born, USN, Commanding ceiling .
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field 000,000 subsidies for building materials to aid vet- .
erans in new construction. .
Capt. Marvin L. Seidel. USMCR
Marine Aviation Detachment A little over a week ago the Jacksonville chap-

ter sponsored the appearance of Dr. Harrison "What Do You Mean, It Came Out 'sI
Tile JAX AIR NEWS receive. SMp's Editorial Allocation material Brown, one of the Oak' Ridge, Tenn, atomic bomb 1"p
Republication of credited matter prohibited without Service Coke Machine
scientists the Hotel roof.
at
permission of SEA, Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any Mayflower
other matter, except by service publication, li prohibited Among other projects In which the local AVC
.without permission of Editor, JAX AIR NLWS.! chapter is engaged are those of providing leader- Drivers Who Ignore-

ship to the community in obtaining emergency vet I BOOK SHELFSOLO I
erans' housing, and in stimulating a series of weekly Sirens To Be ArrestedYard

Unmilitary Conduct round-table, radio forums on what the veteran _
thinks about national and international problemsof IN TOM TOMS: by Gene Police have been instructed -

Recently General Joseph McNainey, vital significance. In addition, the local AVC Fowler is the story of his own to arrest all drivers who disregard -

commander of all U. S. troops in the European chapter will soon commence offering nylon stock- childhood in Denver through his existing regulations with regard -
ings to anyone giving a tip resulting in a veteran
Theater, was forced to crack .down on obtaining a house or apartment.AVC youth and earlier newspaper work, to proper action when the siren

the Army of Occupation in Germany. meetings are being held at the USO Audi- written up in the M\id\ robust of fire trucks, ambulances, or

The Army's reputation was at a low ebb, torium, Duval and Julia Streets, on the 2nd and 4th style of a reporter. His father ran other emergency vehicles is heard.

.. with black marketeering mushrooming intoa Thursdays of each month. All men and women away to the mountains before The growing tendency of drivers

wholesale business, venereal disease reach- serving with or honorably discharged from the arm- Gene was born, and it was thirty to disregard the sirens brought
ed forces, merchant marine, and allied forces are
c ing near epidemic proportions, disrespectfor invited to attend. years later that they met for the about this action, it was stated.

authority rampant, and many soldiers Lt. (jg) Arnold I. Shapiro, first time. Fowler is the author of All vehicles should, on first hear-
of John ing a siren, pull oyer to the curb
the popular biography
conducting themselves in a manner which Box 37, NAS Barrymore, GOODNIGHT, and stop and remain there until

made them obnoxious to the civilian popu- -*----.: SWEET PRINCE. well satisfied that all Is clear.
This not only guarantees safe
lation. Pierre Van Paassen, author of
for the vehi-
Discipline was tightened all the way DAYS OF OUR YEARS, has now cles passage but insures the emergency safety of the

down the line. New training programs were YThews written the story of a town in Holland other vehices as well, the direc-
in the early twentieth century
instituted to cut down off-duty time, a cur- and then tells what happenedto tive pointed out.

I few was established, recreation and sports, it when the Nazis moved in The

travel and education programs were ex- ondVieios f romStotion town is pictured through the careers -
and personalities of his classmates
panded. .

While the conduct of naval personnel on FOUR :MEN by Paul Fox is a At the Station thapel. Birmingham
liberty in Jacksonville does not parallel the novel which follows the careers of Road and Muttm AvenvaProteilanli

actions of the Army in Germany, there is four men who were thrown together 0730- Holy Communion -- Chaplain E.
Chaplain W. R. Stevenson in the crew of a submarinein W. Andrew
for here too There is
improvement
room 0930 N ATI'C Service! E,
1918, World War I, They vow to Cbmlaln
l little excuse for conduct such as prompted Most of us have been led to believe that have a reunion in 1943. The book W. Andrew. '

the letter below received by Captain An- temptations are something to be avoided. tells the story of what happenedto 1045Dlvlns ell Lee Albert Service Chaplain I ran-

thony R. Brady, Commanding Officer That is only a half-truth. The real truthof each of them in the interveningyears 1815-Hour Th.-Small Young Ihaptl.Peoples vesper

the matter is that while there ate some covering the "roaring twenties" "- Divine bervlre for Colored Ptrnnell
and the thirties.
3763 Lilly Road, North "depression Building $04
temptations that should be avoided, there It is really a commentary on mod- 1430-Chaplain! U C. Gilbert
Jacksonville 7, Florida are still others that should be sought after ern life. Sunday School ,Small (haprl
0930-Chaplain B. C Gilbert.
:May 11, 1946 and encouraged. "Some men are willinglyled NICODEMUS is a modern novelof CatMie

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN into the dens of the world, and some are New York written by Dorothy 0700 0900--Ma Man..,,.
Walworth. It is the of four
Commanding Officer U. S. Naval Air Station story 1100-Man..

tempted into its cathedrals, it has been people, with different motives who 1700-Matt,.
Jacksonville, Florida seek out a fashionable church
said. on Christian' nee Service
I' Dear Captain Brady: eOn Easter Sunday morning, 1944. It 1100-Sunday I Small' Lhap l.
There are temptations downward which An Outdoor Nuraery for tmall ehll-
tells of the problem each is trying
Thursday May 9th at approximately dren la maintained between 0930
make for hell in our living. Bjt there are to: work out and follows them and 1200 '
4:00: P. M., the local Shrine held a paradefor also temptations upward which lead us to through to their individual solu Week-day Relitloai nlr'l .
Jewish Religious Settle and
the Shrine Cir- tions.
publicity on forthcoming the heaven of our living. We have the idea lellowahlp Hour
cus. At the head of the parade was the For the gardeners, the librarynow 1800-Frldnjr In the Small Chnptl.l.Latt.r
that it is only Satan who tempts us. Not so. Day Saint. Service
has a couple of books
on
United States Flag and the Flag of the 1900--W lneday-Mutual Meeting In
God, too, puts temptations in our way. Every growing lowers, THE BOOK OF Small Chapel.: ..4n\
State 'Of Florida.As time a man is tempted to dishonesty, Godis PERENNIALS by Alfred Carl Young Men' Bible Claus 4
the parade moved along one block of Hottes and ANNUAL FLOWERSby 1830-Thursday, in Small Chapel E.
there tempting him towards honesty. E. Caylor."A .
Forsyth Street there were approximately Dorothy Jenkins.
I Every time a man is tempted to bitternessand
I fifteen Naval: enlisted men lounging in door- malice, God is there tempting him to- IN PLAY TONIGHT

ways, leaning against light posts etc., watch- wards kindness and charity. The surest
:
** ing the parade. As the Flag passed, not : to overcome our temptations downwardis
way
\\1 one man saluted, stood at attention or ft>ok
1 not to attack them directly, but to put
| whatsoever that the Flag 1 .
| any notice was 3r
oneself in the way to overcome our tempta- ,

going by.Many. tions upward. For instance, a person who I A st

civilians, however, in the same cultivates a taste for good books will not be ,
block, doffed their hats, stood at attention {
lit-
time
tempted, or satisfied, to waste on ,
show ,of to the
i i or made some respect Flag. trash.

L v It is not known whether these men are erary
There is no way, so long as we are hu-
r, 7 attached to your Command, to the Fleet Re-
to avoid temptations. We are free
man,
serve Base at Green Cove Springs or to
and capable, however, to choose the kind of
other Commands. However, it is the opinion -
temptation we wish. "Some men are will-
of the writer that non-compliance with
rk
ingly led into the dens of the world, and
11 the most basic fundamental of military
into its cathedrals..
I / courtesy and etiquette on the part of members some are tempted

/i of the U. S. Navy is highly deplprable, officers-in {

l/ particularly in view of the fact that civilians exists among men-and some _

f in close proximity engaged in proper cour- Jacksonville.By .

tesy. way of explanation, the writer servedin

'/ Whether such conduct on the part of the United States Navy as an aviator for

these stems from ignorance or disinterest -
men
five years, and was released to in-active duty

i ?1 f is not important. It is important, October 16, 1915. He is not a native of y
however, that the men and officers of the

% U. S. Navy create a good impression on the Jacksonville and speaks from no sense of

public, particularly at a time when the fu- wounded civic pride but only from pride ina

\ ture of the Navy seems somewhat in doubt. great Navy and an earnest desire to keepit

This matter is brought to your attentionin that CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM ,SODA, please, and a cup of
the sincere thought that you might like way. coffee," Soda Clerk Joe Rosensheln, Y3c, Lt., jg) Jane Blythe as
Respectfully Katrin, and Marian Alblnson of Mama relive of
WPDQ as the days ,
(" to know of this incident and with the earnest Norfleet 1910 in a scene from I REMEMBER MAMA, opening tonight at the,
Geo. S.
hope that some action can be taken to Jacksonville Little Theater. Miss Blythe and Roeenshein are both.

correct the unmilitary situation that now Lt. Commander. (A-1). USNR attached to the Separation Center here.,



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SUGGESTIONS DO "PAY OFF! I !
Policies For Reduction




In Force EstablishedEDITOR'S i


NOTE ThU li the fcond of 's eerie' of three (article on the polirr
and proredere..overnln reduction in fore* of civilian employee. In IhejIY"! Department ..
4 ; o and It. Held actUitiei. Another In thi. icriei .ill be publinhtd neat .t.k. i J

+ The Retention Register will be
composed of retention with higher retention preference
ployees in affected 'I without undue interruption to the ,
areas and competitive work involved; may be retained
divided into retention although employees with higher
I sub-groups, and will retention preference may be af-
basic record from which fected. In such cases, the
'- mined the selection of department head concerned will
to be involved in reduction write a detailed statement at the
jf '0r. / actions. reasons which, in his opinion, jus-
. $ Included in the, tify making the exception. If ap- I
.... ,.. a i employees in a duty proved by the Commanding Offi- .
If i leave status, in a pay or cer, the exception will be made a
status, or actually matter of record and will be made
work in another agency, available for inspection upon re-
naval activity, or in quest of employees adversely affected
petitive level within the and for review by represen-
tivity. tatives of the Civil Service Com
.
Persons excluded from mission.
ister will be those in Department herds will keep the
I tary service of'the Commanding Office fully informed -
I in the Merchant Marine, of any surplus or prospective
employee'I
1 0 lough to private industry surplus of civilian employees. lie
-I enterprise. will insure that all military and civilian -
Within each supervisors supervising civil-
_
action must be taken to Ian personnel are familiar with
;,
all employees In lower these provisions. The departmenthead
t IW --- I I'j before a higher sub-group will make every effort to de-
: ed. In each sub-group of termine in advance when a surplus
WE WEREN'T KIDDING when said dollars for Ideas. Just to the here the Assembly I
we prove point are groups A and B, action of employees will exist. A report -
; : and Repair winners of cash awards for their suggestions. Captain Malcolm M. Cloukey, Assembly taken concerning all will then be submitted to the
'j & Repair Officer ,presented the checks last week to 12 men whose ideas paid off. Pictured in ,I'with a lower number of Commanding Officer showing the
the front row, left to right, are Clyde Murphy, Emory B. Morris, Captain Cloukey, Charles W. Muhler, 1 credits before an position affected, the number of
!: and M. II. Rogers. Back row, left to right, are James P. Leigh, C. H. Manning, Richard Brooker, E. L. higher number is employees affected in each posi-
Waldron, L. A. Osborne, W. G. Connors, and Irving Rosenblatt. I
__ I tention group C, action tion and the date which such em-
m ken at administrative ployees will become surplus. Ad-
Beneficial Suggestions I within any sub-group. vance determination is necessaryin
i4fSUPPLV ly, no computation of order that the Commanding Of-
credits is necessary In ficer may have sufficient time to
1 Award Checks Go To 12 More In the case of unusual attempt to place such employees

an employee performing elsewhere, or to take the neces-
WELLIESUy duties which cannot be sary actions in compliance with
And
J Assembly Repair Employes by any other available the existing regulations.


Twelve members of the A & R Department received 6 MORE WINNERS ...

j", qjiecks for Beneficial Suggestions last week from Captain Clara E. 8peer

.' Malcolm Cloukey.. The Captain praised each one for his If Angelo Patri needsan assist.,

interest and ingenuity in attempting to improve his particular ant, we can unqualifiedly recom
mend Lillian Harper (Follow-Up).
i" job. First he commended C. II. Manning, an electrician From her experiences with her son

.I' of shoo 1012. who with \V. H.. Burris devised test_ eouinI' "Bunky," she is well able to pass
--An-A-
met which not only makes all out all types of advice on "What to

tests at one time, but is able to iso- Overhaul with his suggestion, pilots expect from an eightyearoldson. t/
late the exact place where trouble in spark plug hold taps and ." She readily appreciates the
is experienced. These tests formerly bushing drive, explained his proce escapades of Henry Aldrich of ra K .
'1. were piece-meal affairs and often dure of installing spark plug bush- dio fame. So parents, "Ask Lillian -5
\ resulted in considerable time ings, which eliminates cross She knows."

being spent in locating the diffi- threading of the bushing during The long-dreaded typists' examinations 1#*
culty. These men divided an award tapping. He received an award ot have descended upon us c :
11'1 of $150. $100. Chester King of Metals Divi at last, and our WSA's are "agon '
; Next, James P. Leigh of Engine sion explained the difficulty of installation izing" through them. Reports are j'4
i until he devised his that they really are tough We tL1iI 'f:
INSIDE-- cowling for which he received $90( hear the Gordon Reedys have
,1/ award. bought a lot on Baltic Street in wY'I

The joint efforts of Clyde Mur Ortega, where they plan to build _, _
PUBLIC WORKS phy and Irving Rosenblatt result their future home The last report 4
ed In a pin retracting mechanism is that the midnight vigils ;W ;
'I fly Virginia K. Walpole which not only removes the pin proved too much for Anna and _
jf v, That crowd of photographers and but holds it in place. They divideda John Conrad, so they have parted
reporters in the Captain's office $30 award. Following their ex with the little terrier pupy. We
:i. Thursday morning was like the planation, Richard Brooker of Accessories hear they now have a canary
., opening of Gone With the Wind discussed his jig to check whose operatic arias are entranc-
in Atlanta a few years back. The the back lash of rotor on SF9LD-1 ing.Felix CHECKS WERE REALLY being passed out last week for Bene-
1 I occasion was the presentation of magnetos.. Pitt (Personnel) has resigned I ficial Suggestions. Public Works men collected their share of the

4 checks for beneflciar suggestions Henry Morris explained the ne- and gone to New York winnings, too. Captain Robert C. Johnson, Public Works Officer,
\ by Captain Robert Johnson to four cessity for his mount for the prism A combination party was held in presented six checks to four winners last Thursday. In the above
smiling and happy men in the de- reflector in sexamus. His check Unit 4 of Stock Control for Doro- photo are, left to right: D. W. R. Cameron, whose grinding ball
partment. At the same time fur- was for $25. S. A. Osborne, uphol- thy Carter, who has resigned, and bearing won him an award of $35; John R. Roche, with a check for
ther down the hall, the poor old sterer of shop 607 Finish and Fab- for Margaret Reynolds for her $75 for his sharpening of mowing equipment; E. T. Manley, winnerof
Contract Section was being moved ric, told how his knife makes three birthday. Everybody had fun! three awards for his puller solid manhole cover ($25)), device to
out-back to Bldg. 451. more accurate cuts in one stroke Yvonne Thompson of Aero Stock 'I' lift manhole covers manhls, $((25)) and mirror for sewer inspection,
Those bandages around Design than the former three separatecuts has been ill in the hospital for several I ($35)) : Frederick W. Murray with his $20 check for substitute toilet
take us back to the days when in fabric. This, also, is a big weeks. Hurry back, Yvonne! : seat hinges; and Captain Johnson.

first aid lessons were the rage, unfortunately time saver. Osbourne also had a The Administrative Division Is
) O these injuries are the suggestion of a ziper replacementtool happy to welcome Elizabeth Slade, .
real thing. George baseball Machado brokea Rose- which reaches in obscure an experienced legal secretary. She I:: =:=::: ire-ce:7TA7c..f
finger playing ,
places and recovers and replaces came by transfer from the Hous- D17EE:2J :@
mary Abbott PAY. Lab) spilled broken zippers. He also received an ing Office Shorty Segal (Purchase -
acid on her hand and "Duffy"Quinn award for a dill lock screw ) is taking leave a lot of afternoons 1 AROUND
caught his hand in an elec- attend base- J j-= -
,. wrench. For these three sugges- lately to the A&R
tric fan (no doubt trying to get tions he received three checks, one ball games. He dons his baseball
I the serial number for the Public of $20 and two of $10 each.E. uniform and acts in his official capacity I I
I _',, Works inventory).
L. Waldron of' 712 described of mascot for the station bit dashed into the
J, i E. L. Griffin, of Maintenance, Is shop En&il1 rlnrby L. BoyettDidyou right through
baseball team.
>, In the Veterans' Hospital at Lake the difficulty formerly ex- ever hear of the house that test cells for a night's rest. The
; City. Hope to see him back soon. perienced in locating holes in pis- Diantha Mason (Public Voucher) Jack built T Well, we are wonder- poor rabbit did not succeed in get-
i, From Maintenance comes the tons, many of which were destroyed is away on a five weeks vacation Ing WHEN Jack (Silver), aero engineer ting the rest. How was the rabbit
II 44, story that Arthur E. Scarborough before his device was used. His Vida Williams (Shipping) vis- will build. hisbut then the stew, Mr. Farris?
7i came back from a fishing trip at device locales piston holes quicklyand ited her folks at Altoona, Fla., last shortage of material and all Administration and Personnelby -
;.1!. Lake Kissimmee with the usual easily. For this device, he received week. She returned to work all Roland Shreve has checked out SI. IS. Wood-Miss Mary Dun-
', number-of fish stories. (Mr. Scar- an award of $20. tired out because her trip was a. and is by now on his way to Michi- bar is spending a three-week vacation
; borough, that comment came from Carl Muhler of shop 1474 received standing one. What, not even a gan. We know that Shreve will with friends and relatives In
the nice guy with the smile who $15 for his studs and engine suitcase to sit on? Ollie Dut- miss that southern sunshine! Tom- Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Geleneauis
:. ,It', flicks our lights on and off every mounting rings. II. H. Rogers, ton (Stock Control) enjoyed her my McLoughlin also checked out vigorously struggling with the
e r morning). electroplater from shop 1471, went plane trip to Savannah recently and is going to Louisiana, but may statistical reports and softly say-
,
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w. Another item from Maintenance: into detail to separate the partsof where she visited her"mother I come back to the drafting roomas Ing to her self, "I'll be glad when
.y I" The urge for flying is contagious, Best of luck to both. "
''r. ,-Alfred Kaplan returned from a his improved marking device a civilian. Miss Dunbar returns.
"..;, j," trip to Miami with a lovely new and the reason for it as used in as Ophelia Sapp,(Stock Control) is I Bob Llnquist is enjoying the re- The time section is just a little
soon "taking off" for a trip to Chicago his leave in the
bride and a sunburn-or perhaps plating masturod bearings. He also I mainder of 25-day over-burdened with the task of
award of $15. W. G. to-"visit relatives Lura I State of Washington. He must behaving
O he took the bride with him, our received an working out a smooth system of
a Owens (Purchase) is spending the I wonderful time because
291 A Overhaul a
report was a little vague, but un- Conners of shop handling the new clock cards and
derstood she's a registered nurse. Control, who suggested having week at Okeechobe City attendingthe none of the boys have heard from labor distribution cards. By put- f
Congratulations and best wishes to metal tags attached to control ca- graduation of her daughter, him. ting in a few extra hours, everything
"
Lucille, who has won several G. V. Psota
loss dur- riant Dh"hdon-by
them both. bles to prevent mixup or is progressing rapidly
and class honors. Lucille will be remembered -There was quite a commotionlast
The Transportation bunch en- ing cleaning reassembly, received -
as working in Account- week when approximately 86' Mrs. Helen Ryder was taken to "-
Gold. Head $10.
joyed a picnic at ing during the summer of 1945 A&R enlisted men checked out the Navy Hospital with pneumonia '
Branch State Park Saturday-had
John Conrad (Shipping) has been through the this week. We hope she will recover -
beer and steak and all the trim- Mrs. Eva Bradford, who has of the department
mings-sure sounded like fun. been at the A & R Department for rushing around like mad lately, at. central tool room in one day. They rapidly and soon be back to

Marie Williams, Transportation, four years, is taking a 10-day tempting to cope with the coal are bidding farewell to the Navy work with us.
". has been in something of a dither leave to be with her daughter, De- strike and shipping embargoes by this month and we wish all of There have been many curious
't. all this week because her son is vota, who is graduating from Lee getting all shipments moving be- I them the best of luck. Mrs. Maur people wondering'' what happened t I
if coming home Sunday after three High School as an honor student. fore the deadline. ine Biggs has resigned and her to the news reporter for adminis*
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of foreign duty. < i > Since Dorothy Freelan (Inspection husband, Lt., (jg) G. D. Biggs is tration and personnel last week. It
i.:, years We still don't know which of the The engineering and administration Report) began housekeeping, being discharged from the Navy. seems that since she is a memberof
.. ill.. I? three girls in the Central Files divisions had picnic, at Gold her snazzy little trailer has given Herbert Farris, an electricianfor the time section, she was a little -
that young veteran across the hall Head Branch State Park over the forth the most tantalizing aromas test cells had quite an experience too busy to jot down, any ,
prefers, but the situation continues week-end. Will tell you more aboutit of a not unsuccessful attempt at while on duty during the news. She promises not to make'habit
.I'..-, status quo. next week. fine cookery. "B" shift last week. 'A wild rab- of neglecting that duty.
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-_..-v._ I SECOND WAVE CHIEF ARRIVES


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LUHAT TO DO! WHERE TO GOl

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By Comdr. Robert V. -be

One of the biggest problems
MOVIE SCHEDULE here is fixing up a program of
activities to fill t'e: leisure time
THURSDAY ,BLONDE ALIBI, with Martha O'Driscoll and Tom of the men living on the base. ..fahave
Neal. Shows at 1400 1800 and 2000. no intention of forcing participation
FRIDAY BARN: DANCE, with JOHN DOLCE doing the calling. but we do feel ,that
From 2000 to 2100 Also Movie 1400, same as Saturday. \ there-should be something doing! ,
S.1'rUU.DAFFY DUCK & EGG HEAD, starring Ann Sheri- all the time for thos. that wish

dan and Alexis Smith 1400 1800 and 2000. to indulge in .thl;'c- .tt' s)le h- :'
SlfNIJ.LITTLE' MR. JIM with James Craig and Frances Gifford movies, etc. -- ''k.
.jff-: 'l
Sh.vViii at 1400. 1800 and 2000. ut!
Now the point &; }w"rtti
MONDVY AND( Tl'KsDAY: : CLUNY BROWN, starring Charles .
across on the subject: ttlr: .((4a l.,.
Dover and Jennifer Jones 1400 1800 and 2000. the planninid"the world won'tmake
TRIANGLE with signe Hasso and
STRANGE
\IDXKSDAY: :
things work if we don't !tetcooPl'ration
John Shenpard Shows start at 1400. 1800 and 2000. *
from who could
THURSDAYSOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT, starring John Ho- nose
-r If
I -i participate in the activities.
disk ani Carole Landis Shows at 1400 1800 and 2000.
there are eight men trying to fix:
up a ball game and the rent' ot
DO-ABOARD
THINGS TU
i 1 the barracks wants to spend\ the
KXLI.KOOM: DANCi: CLASS-Every Monday and Wednesday at -- time in ie sack there won't he
DOKOTIIY UNDKKSANDEK, CV, left, greets NATTC's second
the Hostess House. Beginners class 1900 to 2000. Advanced class much ball played and so on down :'q
WAVE Chief Coombs
Lyn Chief Specialist (n), who recently arrived the line. The recently started
2000 to 2100. with the Control Tower School from Atlanta, Ga Chief Un- 4
No other will be admitted to the Hostess House between smokers for AvFun are a good
personnel dersander Is in charge, of the Student Transfer Section in the Per-
theRe hours. example-it went over with a
sonnel ,
S\\'ll\I1\IINn-pool No. Recreation for WAVES WAVE Officers Department-- -. ban's: because' the boys that were
Couples Family Groups-Children must be accompanied by par- 'able got in there and pitched.
ents'. Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. 'TwO-WAV And there are lots of ot.ier activitie .
CHIEFS
Pool No 2 -For Male Personnel only--Enlisted and Officers. Moo- I .* that wil': work the sam .
t day through Friday 0900 to 1100 1200 to 1400, 1500 to 1600 and 1700 v Ay.I .
NOW AT
( to 2100 Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. NATTC have Raid t II" before, but 1
GOLI --Station Couise. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all personnel NATCenecvs would like to say it again, with
Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Auditorium The second WAVE Chief arrived hot days coming on it in easy to
: Monday through Satuiday-1000-1700: Sunday-1030 to 1700. at NATTC recently when t.e : get that tired feeling and deci '!
nO'LlN"Six Alleys behind Ships Service available to all personnel C' cal l Tower Operator's School i not tp exert yourself any more
Monday through Saturday 1130 to 2130. Closed Sunday. Free moved here from Atlanta Georgia I than necessary. This is about
bowling if you set your own pins.. lOc a line for pin boys. with Lyn Coomb. C Sp ( 'V: ). : the worst thing you could d(>. It
Ml'SICAnyone: interested in Joining the newly-organized band, ee 'Dorothy Undersander, CY, the has been foun frori experience
contact Randals at Barracks 13. first WAVE Chief aboard the I that living in tr picial countries
I TKNMs Racquets and balls available at Physical Training Bldg. : station arrlv"d here two months I II \\t a lot better for you if you dostv
513. I I ago from Santa 10ntica-R active and avoid deadly ly.
IIO>IK.ss: IIOUSK-Open daily '1500 to' 2100, Saturday and Sun- i idi-e for WAVES: Dorothy para-I' ing around. Ii you go in for laziness -
day 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. i The surprise of the week was the only WAVE stationed at I it will get worse and worse
N.\1'1'C I.lnHAIeLocated in Auditorium. Open Monday through the marriage of Jeanette Kahle'; t., Montica, an Army base, and and pretty soon you won't have
FrUiiv 09JO to 2100: Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100. I and Bill Blakemore. They went to was attached to the Naval :5U: ) any ambition at all. So when
ATHU7TIC : Available at Gear Locker Physical Training Georgia Saturday and came back school there She ha lived ashore I you get out of class feeling pretty
Department. Bldg. 513 I" jnan and "vife. I ever sin r* finish'ng training whipped down frr' the days work(
IIOUnSIIOI'Open nightly from 1900 to 2130. Saturday and Anyone interested in being: a I at Yeoman School in C c'-r! try going out on the playing
Sunday afternoon from 1400 to 2130. Instructors will be on duty I,I member of the NATTC Bowling Fall! Iowa. Upo completion of I' fields and getting a good work.
when the shop i Is open. Shop has leather craft, model airplanes and' Team may contact Lieut. Muir at her Navy schooling she was on' out. I know, there are lots of
pleaiglaasl I: I the Welfare Office (Bldg 563, duty for 18 months with NaTech- men that won't believe thin but
:tiF7'IlA1.LGames( in the Intramural Softball League are played phone 8132)). TraCom, Chicago before l being I I've seen it work in hotter placed
every week-day night beginning at 1700. Maxine Bickford Gllomen is assigned to the West Coast sta than this
back in the barracks and has her tion. Chief Undersander ie: from I
WHERE TO GOASHOREJACKSONMLLE husband safe at home with his I St. Cloud, M inner ,*a. I i "Hovr'a your new girl?"

BBACHES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals mother in St. Louis, Missouri I I Lyn Coombs ha a record any ,I "Not"You so good." "
Streets. Surf I The AEM School is almost man would envy. She has her always were lucky.
Bay and Hogan bathing
Bus Station, corner
from Union .
CAA S 'ni > Cont.'cller Hating and ;
and otlui recreation at orHs of world's finest ocean breaches. BusMorilLUS' Waveless since Senator Claghorn 'I < r
Bea Allen and Velma Grammentzleft has been Certificated by Cit V I! NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL
fare: 2c.: I last week. Pat Meidonick is I for approach control. Besides I
NAB \ lIosnss HOUsE, 101 East Church Stieet.C'lJNTKKis TRAINING CKNTEUJAX
Street above Bus I the only WAVE left to keep AEM instructing: rt the Control Tower
Ire r u : at 122 West Forsyth ; Blanding
West Duval Street USOwvrt. going. I School Chief Coombs worked AIR NEWS; >
:Station Church and Newnan Streets; 311 ..
.-. a DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. I }1. D. Wasco and D. A. Nelsonare I eight hour shifts' in the Control iHI'tinn .>'irrl N. Taylor USN

CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San trying very hard to get up a Tower at Atlanta, a yery responsible nd"r (H"mmlln.hnll"Cumm .ilwrt P. .holy) USN.
Juan rtxc.iuclake! Lake Shoie Bu&, three blocks from last stop on NATTC Tennis Team Wasko mU8tl| arid nerve-wracunic job. Rxriitivi>
San Juan low Boatstwo hours, :50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motorboats have something to do so he won't But Lyn has ei,. oyed' every bit of j Editorial Offices for NATTC
: b2 00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. I miss Marge Holden. Anyone who I, her Navy life .. rce she enlistedin j Section, Rooms! 137 and 138,
|Ilht|( siIIAtK RIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA- plays tennis and would like to be February 1944.\ She teaches Adminstratlon Building 500-A.
DLLs: tiinn; located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay on the team please contact Wasko such advanced subjects as Civil Tel. Ext. 20$
I at 392 or Nelson at 8506. I Air Regulations, Aerology, r
Ride; Way Traffic Control, Link and s:. W. Ai lr.w.dtf.'rC''I'lr.. ChCT( + ,
-- The NATTC Officers and their
--I II. K.M.KArdyt -
families are going picnicking Saturday Radio Navigation, Airport Traffic Kmimxn, 8"SIIl( ,,
TOTAL DISCHARGED 25 May at the Gold Head Control Radio Frequency ro- Newnwnt
ci'dure a FCC Rule Mari Ann. l>..,,n..lI. 8pXU'
Branch State Park. There will be
I MIHMUKeiMlh
J STANDS AT 1705 food, all kinds of games, special I I K <.In..k, Sid
j I. features will be a volleyball tournament One cigarette to another cigarette rtiotogr.ph.Mi.l .
: / .. by 'Photo Ia.,,,.. A*. fund'
Sella'| ,.i i >. jumped during the and children's contest. I "I hope I don't get lit tonightand Vhl. under dirorlln of J. L. Kutmio,
pact week wit!) <8 more (leaving There were several Division picnics make an ash of myself." Cl'lwM.
NATTC for discharges. The total over the week-end and all :
number\ separated now stands at SHIPS ., were big successes.In '

110:;. I the Memorial PresbyterianChurch

Those leaving during the week COMPANY PROFILESEdgar at St. Augustine, 2 June .3
were: I 1600, Lee Sauls and l<'rancLay\ -
To Terminal island: Ihercon son will be married. Lee will receive ,J
}>"own, 4KI3c Ireton S2c US:>;. is the her discharge next week and

To Minneapolis: Karl: lvine, little dark-haired boy with the after spending a while at her
AETM2e.Ti smile always busy doing some- I home in Georgia will return here
for the big day. They would like +
Ii),ti>n: l/oui, 'lardiff, ric, thing. Most of the time in his off : to take this oportumty to invite 4&5i

I Albert Shaw ..RJI"c. hours you'll find him over at Wel- all of their friends to the-wedding. ry

To Great Lakes: Edward: Calhoun fare doing everything from mov- .

i'hM'.w.; : ing chairs to standing by. Most '
To : J Ernest: Stone,
Hambrdffe:
people think he Is attached over Little Theatre
AOMTlV1.\ George Thomas, A. .-i
:3c. there, but actually he is assignedto fl3/

To Charleston: Velma Gram- the Material Division and is in

mentz, SKVllc;! >e Clt-ghorn, charge of Building'550.: That's the Giving New PlayThe

S Sic, He,* AIl"n I Sic.
place where you can get anythingfrom
To Lido HeachJames: Torre, tittle. Theatre group of
broom handle to desk,
a
a
AOM2c. Jacksonville are pi rating "1HKMK.MBW ::/' j4N'
SK To Norfolk: Carl! Smith, S2i.: < providing you have the right form. I : : )IA L\", a comedy -
To Jackscnvule: l>c U I Cole. ".Tnninr' n a I which ha* been running on Broadway -
AF4TMlc, John ('roJ'PJ10! Ic.: everyone calls l for several! j sara.!

Peter Wiellt'tte, AETMJc, Dviain him. came to There are 50 complimentary
Yale: SC'Jc: Kldcn Luff man. A KM; Jacksonville in ticket at the NATTC Welfare
Ic, Edwa.d: Ch untKH, AOMT" .K April of 1941'I' Office for the opening night, .
Ray Boot AOM2-, Jamei' Bailey after completing Thursday, :!alay at 2050: that
Cox, On"'a, Barr.g i.tcVirgi1 his boot may lie securedi the asking ; / 0
Beta, CM Ic.:! Robert M rvplAOMSc. training at The play will h given at the .
Great Lakes. i
it [Mile Theatre in South;; Jacksonville -
Roland Kyle AOMTl'c. Mit...aelKundravi He was the on San, Marco Blvd(
: A' Kenji th water boy on J .. I. '
Sic. KoWrt' J-'''tdn. AK; the 1915.I Ship'lIl 1ZILEY s
.
Hodge* The name "Texas" 1 is derived 1 SEE I
M2c, Edwin: KatlcM I At7.ol2e, Ron Company 'Foot- from an Indian word "TeJa,.." GT "
Te
aid Gruner. S. T {2i', John) ball Leant, traveling meaning friends or allies. Just STILL i AYI'NG'

I GiiMlele. AEM1c I: Grady Jarrett with the thought the othf'r17 states oughtto Nil FL/4T SkiNS sT ..
AOMT2c. fiwarn Colter S.V! team and making his historic 30 know."I -=

Donald ('lark. SpI2r JeremIah yard dashes with that powerfulH20. _

Darlnm ( 'k. John Scherbaum \ can't marry the Chief, Moth -
,T3c.: I Junior is an easy-going happy- er. He's an atheist and doesn't: be- --
John iilwaiMwicz( AOMT2c, go-lucky individual from Zanes- lieve there's a hell" -
Eugene Bariih! KM'Jc: Leonard vllle Ohio who takes things all'' "Marry him my dear, and between C '
McOee, AOM:;c, liug't' Lee, AOte they come. He may even make the us we'll convice him he's I' t "
.Kay (lathe, AKTML'c, John I Navy his career a* it U he will be wrong,"
S',8nl4'y' AOM2j, Ge"rsre >ihaiI in until the end of 1917& Sometimethis II .
I M I ocean cruise! She: "Well, I'm no bank."


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23 May. 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven



Big Barn Dance;l STUDENT'S FIRST SMOKER

_.__....._____hhhU Corpus Christi! Team


To Be Given

ByBowhandsFriday To Be Roider's Guesls:




The NAT1C Hayloft will ring: I Weatherman Halts; ,

oat again to the professional call. Last Week's. Games

ing of John Dolce and the stamping
of 1..t.of the NATTC cow. Hoping for better weather, the NATTC Air Raiders are

hands and their trail Friday looking forward to this Friday and Saturday Corpus
night, 24 May, from fcOH) to 2400()
Christi NAS will be guest of the Raiders for two games,
in the NATTC Auditorium. The ,
tunes played by the Hillbillies providing the weather man permits. Game time for Friday's

:from the Separation Center w > tiViie, game will be 1700 and 1000 for Saturday's game. The two

lift ,heavy! ,.feet. right off' the game series last week with Pensacola was postponed because
grotuld.R+P,f.'.tfip kJ'teps' as
--- of wet grounds as was Monday'H
4'et femaiu t J x -,ie.h e .10 game with St. Simons Lack of

Swing Ypdr I artnert, r nd Rightant Softball Games I play and practice might have a

Left, Promenade, Polfca, Old great bearing on the final outcomeof
Fashioned! Waltz, and Two Step. c y i the Corpus Christi series. However .

The Welfare Department has s Weather LimitsOnly Manager Midge Maketver:
lii-en fortunate in acquiring John will have all of his top flight
Dolce to be caller. John Dolce I hurlers ready for the series ling.ers .
from the National Barn Dance, is two of the five loops in all rested up for the series will

flying from Chic yo for the occasion the Intramural Softball Leaguessaw : include Len Jansen Bob Platt,
and is of the action last week. Rain halt Crawford
one country's Kyle and little Stuart
"t caller "his is the third I ed all play in the American and Miller.

.in he has! come to NATTC for National Leagues while the 0- I II I The Raiders wllbe\ stronger
I ficers League ha rot
gotten underway
Darn Dance, 'e ,
can not only than at any time this year with
'et.I .
lead those who are experienced as ) several new players making their
I | In Independent League Monday
play -
in old time dancing and love
it, I start with the club. Jim Coddington -
Barracks I 9 notched their
but can. teach novices: in a minute up will also be back at second
to feel as capable as the best I third win against no defeats togo base after having battled with
of them lAST FRIDAY night the first NATTC Smoker was held. The into undisputed lead. (finnychucked
foot infection and smashed Linger
bouts were held in the outdoor boxing ring and were enjoyed by the two hit ball for the winners 1 a -
The which he suffered In
NATTC: Dance Committee largest crowd to witness an athletic event at NATTC in the past"six as his slates pounded outa hitting
will l>v on hand as boats and hostewn months. The above picture shows action in the first bout as Millard 3-1 win over T-LT. T-Al beat practice.

and have planned interest* Gossett, right, won by decision from George Messer. The referee is Barracks 2 in a free scoring game The lineup will probably look
inK decorations and refreshments. Al Sinibaldi the Boston heavyweight who was the terror of the New for their first win. The winners like this: Dan Lesage will\ be be-

(!et Into the spirit v dressingas England states before enlisting in the Navy. The next Smoker is connected for 10( hits to gain a hind the plate, Leonard Cowan will

cowboys and cowgirls. Special scheduled!! for 31 May with' 12 more bouts on tap. 13-10 Victory. T-EB and Barracks I handle the first base chores with

]permission has been granted enlisted I, 52 battled through s 'ven inning's Coddington on second Les KHHI -
-- -- - mussen on third and Mel Smith at
pe-sonnel to wear clean but ended up right where tljey I
dungarees, bright shirts, bandana started.' The game was called i his usual shortstop post. The out-
handkerchiefs,
boy boots bIg hats I The will be Andy Sommer and
etc.Atb i game played off at a
and sailors' may dress in costume Graduates FIRST SMOKER 'later date. Rudy Rutigliano. Starting built
appropriate foe a Barn Dance.At I The Mess Cooks continued to : may be any one of the quarttt of

1600( on Friday, 24 Mr __ _- __ hOo _______ I Last Friday night a large crowd burn up the I Ship's: Company League I Jansen ler. Pratt, Crawford and Mil

there will be a meeting and gathered at the outdoor boxing Ron McNay nd Bob :'Iath.I .-
for experienced square practice dan. i iI iI I ring to witness the first in a seriesof I ias led the hitting as the Mess I First round results! of the new
I d I smokers. Eleven bouts Naval Air Training Conference
(ers and those interested in learn were on 'Cooks won from the Storekeepers
ing the steps' to be used that eve- i SN a I the card which gave the -spectators I 63. The win gave the .ess have come in and the league
inng Those who) attend the aft- plenty of action. The next Cooks three straight and it was shapes up 'like this:
c-noons practice will be leaders r Smoker is set for 31 May with 12 I the third straight!! loss -- for the I Conference Standing
\ bouts on the program. Storekeepers. I Team W pl
at the Barn Dance. 1 Ottumwa Preflight ilL ;
3
J ONO
\ I Among the better fights during I Maintenance chalked up win num- NAN Jarkionville 2 0/ _(lOll
the night was the fifth bout which ber two as Peters hurled a shut I NA1H Corpus Christi 1 1// 1..1041 l)
had Vince Tevnan and Jim Tipton out The NATTY jMk.cnv.ll. 1 1 .b"O)
game. winners
The Veteran And eTV were NAN Hulrhinnon 1 1 hllil
tai standing toe to toe and slugging I never in trouble as they blasted NAS 1-1. Lamlt-riUU 1 1 500.
it out with Tevnan winning a well\ Dispensary 60. The Police force NAS: Miami 1 1 .SUs)
College Education earned decision forfeited their NAIK! PuiBHColn 0/ I .DO*
I PT.
VIS.I
;ra ie to .
NA I'll Warfl, Ulfiiul 1// 2 ..tllIlI'N
Dick showed class
[ I Ajraud more bursing in the other Ship's Company AS HitnanH River JL 0Hr.l .
a than any of the boxers as hepounded I League The

tlw Ed',......N..t.Murallvnitl: T hint .s Wuimi..rvlr..., OfCrcr I... C.nwlr whaifiUrHl : out an easy decision His II' !second rgams game.one defeat win way'the for NATTC Jarkaonvilie Hound, 4 Kf.alli, JvAS; Mut.tunron

H. P. Jrnkina. rrrcntly J."kMC"!
in now writing Ihra. ww-kly. column fonwrnlnir none to the canvas twice in the i the Police team record
a of no ville 1.
Ihf bt-nthl off..rwl l by the txlu.CHlional : 1 f second round. I 1.
OfftrrMr wins and two defeats |1
Wurnvr r...-iv,.,J 1,1. drgrwi trim The only knockout of the evening THE: S'UNDINGIiI..d.p.od..nt I Ottumw. Prefliiiht 12, NAS Panan
\V...t Virginia wr.l.yen l ('oils"., and hl.i I I was scored in the final bout I LeagueW | River 5.Ottumwa Preflight 1C, NAS ilannnaRivrr
Maau-r In S-inti at writ Virginm. Hnn when Bob Holtgaver floored Urban I WI. 3.NAS .
...... Hurra,ki. .
t
Inalrurtor Si T Al
of bioloylral) clnrM I
t 2 .
: Rider for the ten count in the second TLf Jaokaonvill (. NATfC ward ].
nd Mutation: f 1 T.H
"t Morrii.Harvvy (Colic- I 1// 1 .
Und 0
and Kanawha round. Haltgaver tipped the Barrsrk' 12 1 1 Karriuk..
lnlIcK, Charlrnlon and also 'i I 2 02/ NAS Jacksonville 11, NAT1L Ward ].-
at West Viininia Univrraily" at Muivnntrnn. scales at 188 while Rider weighedin I Shipt Company Le..,.. Und 7.NAS.
\ Mr. Warn.r ram to NATH' from W L W L''
at 103 }'t. Lnudvrdale S, NAS Miami 2.
MfM
Rubio Hay, fhililn .her. h* wa* the I Couki I tl I'lKienaHiy I 1 NAS Miami S, NAS }'t. Utu<)ti The Smoker which is for Y r Disb.
Elurntiousl| Srv.r.'s Of5sr. H. had ai strictly I 2 1 I'olir.| II 2 Chrintl NA1B B. Pinserula NA-
turf program thrr* with niuht roururt'avrrnvlnir '' the benefit of the Aviation Funda-I MainlvriHnt 2 \ Ntorrkrrpirs II TR 2.
-:1: kPt.
MIll Mudt-nti nightly and Amrnran Lea... I ...
nvrrCOO mental students was put on by the I W L I l'in'gua" ChioliP..II..I" pa- ".1 samerarnrd
aiynlr.v up for rouitra monihlyW8l W L .
I MI', .I..kln. It now working at the Naval Welfare Department. Lt. William I Rerrsrks. 1R :i 0 ilsrr.cks. 17 1 1 :, out.NATTC I
| OiilnHnit Tort :Station. 1 Invukarn. ('.1- r Muir sponsored the program. Others Harrark 15 I 0 Harrai-kn 14 I
iform iBecause. Harmrki IS 1 1 Harrark It : I
s helping put on the Smoker X..ho..alAa\ ,,,.
the veteran has lost were Lt. Comdr. John Gallagher W' L W L Airdales To
time from his civilian career ata who judged the fights Chief Al Barra.kn,. 24 2 41 B..rri..kt 7 1 I

critical period in his life, he will Sinibaldi referee and Bobby Han- Uarratk Hnrrnrki 26 211 1 1 1 1 Harraik liarrsrks. 26 21 41 1// )11 t Hold First Contest"The
think first of the need of getting a lon and Jake Zoller, who took the I

job. His period of training for the role of seconds. The announcer was XAS Jax lulling Averages I I NATTC Airdales" was cho-
job he wants has been interrupted Don Satterlee. Ns m. C. AU H Bill Pit sen for the name of the model air-
or delayed, and he will wish to fin I The complete results. All bouts'' ImHlt-y, I (.,C) 4 10 6 4 ..6001Miles ( f' plane club recently started at
ish to that I three rounds. I Ob S U 7 4 .In NATTC. will conduct
or begin training were SihmHin-l( ) 4 IS ( 4 400' i! They weekly
mptly. He 'an ill afford to I Milltml .ofM-tt; 120. A HI. "'10"IY .ieciaum I lit Mars (l..1) X US 24 22 SM I meetings at 1030 on Saturdays in
'rid months or years finding his from Ciporir Meaner, lit. AHS I forbri Ilbl Id 71 2' 14 ,3661 I IIff the auditorium and the first contest -
Jim Jarvm, Ufc, AH8, won by dmalon ':Ohi..I... ) 1ivilfir7in'i"of U
F 17 Af. th e e 1 e tenth I 21 III ,340 i
'n field. Hence, all facilities I I IIU"J, .J. from Robert NOICIOM. Kf>, ArHHvrnard I 1".ld"ita 'II) 4 12 4IS 1 .SS3.81S is Saturday 8 June at 1400 on
must be placed at his disposal_so i class vas graduated from the Aviation hrrnald. 1S3, AHS won by ilcrbion I ( ) 12 45meirr \I i the base.
that he may decide quickly and : Fundamental: School. The from II..v.> .Srhnvidvr. US. At 13. I Ip) t 10 1 tI 100 Raymond Walton a student in
I j i Honor Man of that class was J1'. Hill, Hrnnlnk-vr. I 50. A},13. won by decision Lipp..atte) U :M* 11 6 ,21'l'
correctly what he is fitted for and i Aviation Ordnance School from St.
fiom Ltnniimmer' H8, AF16. .I.I Wentworth ((31)) 5 11 1 .273
may train for it as rapidly as pos- I'I F Skiba, from Natronce, J'enn- Vine* Trvnan. 140. .s.I won by d<. ''lark (..0) 14 52 14 9, \\ Paul, Minn., was elected presidentof
mble !lvania. .ion from Jim '1'Ia>lon. 140, AH1. I SrhmiU l".> lrrthan t t 1 .2511 the Airdales. The assistant to
V J. Krenn. of Buffalo New Louis Lion, 145 A.,13. won by dmaion litb) 17 M )! t nil
Not all veterans will wish to"go I from Carl Knox. 14K. AHS.M I 'Mc"l'lIh\ .) 17 '2 12 9 .198 the president is Keith Walker aNo
to college, but all ought to know I I York, and A. B. Cas4eel, of Alis- : (aba, UO An S. won by Nv... li.f) 12 87 7 4 .1I from the Aviation Ordnance:
what a college or university has to souls, Montana, were graduatedwith from. Jim HildrMh, 150 AHS. d..i.i""j limner (t) 9 n I S .11<6 School and from Minneapolis,
honors. Jim Othiiaih.; US. AH4 won Rlvlnirlon (of) 9 II 2MK.rath a .11<21
offer them and what place in life .ion from Gtralil Drnmond 181, Ana Ub) 4 1 0 ,125Th. Minn.
it will train them to fill.. If a vet- Kick Ayraud. 110. AK14. .won by dwtion ... hKum 1" 'hlll..B.v.r fame up to I Anyone interested in model airplanes -
does decide to enter college from Tony (..m I'll II'non.. 162 AHi I the scored Miami NAS gunt. held on May and who wants to become a
clan AMI by .
Ciriniiloiit.
Frank 18S. won 19. 14Imlicatfl
he should know how to apply for TERMINAL BLASTS decision from Frank) Alkl.ol>n. 1M. AF1S ._ that player fins been dneharrvd. : member of the club may do no by
entrance, how to establish his college Bob HoltkavM1M\ <, AH1. won by attending one of the meetings.
t Vnorkout in th. aw omi rnuiid from tr-:
benefits, and how to enroll in AIR RAIDERS 7-0
AHS
ban Kidir 191 I II
order ,to get the course or curric- I : MAINTENANCE GROWS FLOWERS .
ulum he wants. He should have I Too much hitting power and :

advice on what he is best fitted for sterdy eight hit pitching by Howard i|: Athletic CompetitionTo

by natural talent, personality, andy Parsons gave the Jax ler-

na dispoaltionand should have the minal ball team an easy 7-0 victory I Start Av. Fund.
,} asaiJjni. .>Of competent agencies over the NATTC Air Raiders'

...., jr>t; yidift> ''xlr'position. He should last ",',,.Int'. day afternoon t>n the Inter-Class competition at the
have access to all agencies, NATTC diamond. I' Aviation Fundam ta School will

i and services which a actlv-1 I Parsons' the 'e righthander start 31 May with a boxing bout

..f08.college or university is : of the Terminal team, ha. the )Ii Each class will enter individual
to its students i Raiders eating out of his hand I competitors for this event and in

Any:\ vt'teranho contemplates 'and was never in set ou trouble. I the future will enter teams for
further schooling should familiarize 1'Perfect control was shown by, I ",,swimming, !softball\ and track1'
! himself with what the collegeor Parsons as he allowed no bases! meets.

university of his choice has to on balls and struck out eight of I I Each month the clans with the ai is (.,
I offer. His first consideration, if he 1. the local hitters I IK highest score' in the events will vp a .
1 decides to attend any college or >'le'Crawford. Milt Van Huston I hold the "Champion's Banner". ?

1 university Is the provision for assistance -I' and Don Hea don toiled< I made for him by the Gov- hill for the Raiders but their Lest cd two singles' is did first! i'81lt', 11 ,

I einment of the United States. For efforts wen good enough as man Cowan vho wa making his
i! further advice on thiw point and the visitors cracked cut 14 saftiesin first start' v;ith the NATTq nine.. 1'r -

other points about the collegesand the nine. inning game The remamde. of the lineup, I : :

I universities of the United I Leading the 14 hit attack of the however, had to il(' satisfied with _""' _"' .M'> ___a'" ...._ :_-.,...- t'"T'IS'__ a.,,11 .
I States, see your Educational Services winners was littl Grady Parker four hits AT XATTC's Maintenance they not only use the hammer and
I Officer in Building 501. I who collected .juee blows. Owen .III E saw to make us happy but they also grow flowers.

\* Reeves got two more and B' Terminal.,. (Oil 3iK) 21* 7 14 2 CCM B. M. Watson is shown above hoeing and Ch. Carp. M. A.

We dearly love our Ship's Service. : Lawson clouted 'a long triple to NATTC ... ((10'> COO (I()() .1 $ 3 George telling him how it Is done.

We praise it to All Glory, I back up Parker's three bingleR Parsons am'. Padgett, Folsom; Maintenance has several flower beds with all kinds of flowers.

But every time we go there, I Mel Smith, t.4 fleet Tooted Crawford, Van Dusen, Beanlon Chief Watson should have been a florist because he really know
It's closed for INVENTORY! shortstop of th Raiders' Kl rm.r- and Berkes, lord. how to care for them. ...;


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r Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 23 May, 1946




; R R HAS Nine Will Meet Ft.




Louderdole Here TodoyPlay )



leaguo Game At 1615: ; -,-

Down Two roes Last Week / 'C. ;
.

IT A changed Flier basebalj team will step on Jfason Field I "r 1 S
,
: tomorrow afternoon at 1615 to tangle with the Fort Lauderdale I ?
.
NAS squad in a Service League gamer, The local NAS

has lost five of its regulars through, discharges, but the re- .

placements have shown pp well, winning thelT} -Jirsttwo d J-, ,.., :

ings last week. Fort Lauderdale will l' until Saturday -< .l .

to meet the Fliers in a second) Jax iita i'afihA three, ..
game at 1400. Yesterday, the 10-I teants w em:1n',
.
S { Nz cals were scheduled to meet the. their 10 date. "

Dili Knocked ,-,

Flier Netmen Meet The two'victories were recorded ';'
last week sit the expense of the ".
Miami NAS,%nd St. Simons .NAS ;
Springfield Sunday; squads. Sunday 19 May*was the' ,
date of the Miami scrap, and after' .
} Lose Two Players four hours, of bickering with the di.
rain the Fliers' c-ttteTged the winners ::- -
.. Hard hit by the loss of two of by a narrow 4-3 count. JOh 1
their; top performers the NAS Schmitz and Jack Seidwitz share _
tennis; squad will meet the Spring- the mound duties for the Fliers,
field Tennis Club for the second and Schmitz held the Esquires to
time; next Sunday 26 May at five hits in five frames to give Jaxa
1400 on the T Brine courts. In 3-2 lead before he retired in the
their last meeting the Fliers fifth. Seidwitz then took over to .

1:"'''''"'''''.' _'f. ..___ .!WIii itUIrl!! N:,, _, ''It; ,..VV A" trounced<<;l the Springfield club decisively insure the win, and let Miami down' .
THE STATION BEST-BALL Golf Tournament opened with a roar last Tuesday and Wednesday, but with the two men with one hit in the remaining four
when both the officers and enlisted,.men's divisions were crowded with prospective links champs. The gone the locals have lost!\ con- innings, Miami's hurler Bill Watson -
If i enlisted branch of the tourney is already concluded, but the officers had a larger field of entrants siderable strength and the Sec- gave up only four safeties but
and is still going in full swing. Leading off in the officer tourney last Wednesday was the above four- ond match promises to be a hard he walked nine Flier batters and
some of ((1 to r) Captain F. T. Ward, Lt. (Jg) R. E. Jennings, Comdr. R. Y. McElroy, and Lt. (jg) A. fought contest. lost his own game. Centerfielder
Sherow. Sherow and McElroy emerged the victors! in the first round match. Last week's match with the Bill Evans and third baseman
Riverside Tennis Club was postponed Hank Miles paced the NAS hit
becaue of rain and it will ters, as Evans blasted a triple to
NAS Golf Links Dispensary Softball Team be played in two weeks on 2 June. centerfield in the second session to
i The men lost to the racketeersby score two runs, and Miles got two
transfers last week were M. safeties and knocked in one tallyin
Scene of Round- Plays City Squad TonightThe B. Wheeler and Leonaru Warren his four times at bat.

both top players who have added Schmagel Hurls-I-litter

Robin Tourney I second in a series <(>f Softball games between sta- valuable points matches.to the team's Last Tuesday, 21 May big Art -
However
scores in past
I tion teams and nines from t he city league in Jacksonville Bill Smith, the number one mann ,by Schmagel an NAS turned hurler-this in the year best effort when

\ With he Best-Ball tournamentjust comes off tonight at 2030 wl ten the Cornell Service Station the squad is still around ana he let the St. Simons squad down -

about over the Station Golf squad meets the Dispensarymond. team on the Power Plant dia- the squad is still formidable ag- with a onehit0) shutout. Schma-

1 Course was busy getting the The Dispensary nine is currently leading the Com- gregation.Jay Burns. captain of the Locals gel fanned nine men in his eight
t' frames on the mound, and walked
round-robin tourney under way mandant's League at NAS wi th, five wins and no losses, and has sent out another call only two. Not one Simons man

yesterday and Tuesday, and the expects to give the city outfit t; a rough evening, for new men to help out the reached third base further proofof
turnout for the second event was! team to its usual strength. Any
The first station-city fr acas was held at the Power Schmagel'a mastery over the
contact
,, more impressive than the number Plant last night wl VSB 360 of the Admiral'sMotors person interested should visitors. Suporting Schmagel's
Tuesday ]len him at telephon 3274 or by reporting fine chucking was the bat powerof
of entries that showed for the
up League gave the San Marco, squad their toughest to Building 726. first baseman Bob Forbes who
f, best-ball clash last week. game to date, although losing, 7-1. --- --- -- tagged Q. II. Smith, the St. Si-
The enjisted! men's division of San Marco leads the city league, mon's pitcher for a triple, double,
the first tournament was won by and their game with the VSB k 7T and a single in his four trips to

the team of ACM John Klopp, and team was the first time this year >JA: : : .' the plate besides driving in a run
ACM David Sweeney. The two that they were extended to an ex- and scoring a pair himself Evans
1 chiefs won their way to the finals tra inning the score being tied showed his class at the plate by
by downing Cravens and Smith, a up at 1-1 when the seventh session I driving a long blow to right field

highly regarded combine, two and] became history.. I for a round-tripper in the fifth inning -
< that made the 3-0. It
Bill Sams, the San Marco twirler score
one in the semi-finals, and then
who used to be stationed here, was Evans' first homer of the sea-
went on to drop Terry and Rlggs
l-t in the final round by three and held VSB 360 to no hits, a feat not son, and the"sixth circuit clout by
two. Terry and Riggs had reachedthe unusual for the clever chucker. an NAS batter this season.
finals by defeating the team However VSB prevented a shut- Next Monday and Tuesday the
tJ of O'Donnell and Wingfield, four out by scoring on a walk and a Fliers travel to South Carolina to
Ii and three. Sweeney and Klopp will wild pitch. Sams fanned 14 bat-; tangle with the Fort Jackson nineIn
meet the winners of the officers' ters in his no-hit exhibition. Joe a two-game series. In their pre-
division as soon as possible and Crozier pitched 4-hit ball for the By Frank Tours, Sic vious two games Jax was on the

both men have already entered the losers, but faulty fielding provedto Following in the footstep is of his pugilistic predecessorsck long end of the 12-5 6.1 scores.
round-robin event. The officer be VSB's downfall, as four mis- The Fliers now have a record of
team favored to meet the enlisted cues led to six San Marco runs in from England, Bruce Woodc the Doncaster Dynamiter, three wins and no defeats in Serv-

champs in the playoff is the com- a fatal eighth inning. Third base- hit the deck for the first tin le in many moons last Friday ice league play and two wins over

bination of Lt. Comdr. Sheedy man Cy Zwirn played a great night when Tami Mauriello 1 agged; him with a short right' Fort Lauderdale would put them
and Lt. Strouse. game in the field for the losers : I Ilaven't safely out in front of the rest of
while Gartner led San Marco to in the fifth round of their ii iternational fight. .It seems the teams in the league.
Entries in the round-robin will
exceed the number of 20 men in their win by getting two hits in like those limey boxers just h got the polish to win in Boa Seen .f NAS-St. Simons CBM

the enlisted group, and 36 in the four times at bat. a Yankee ring. .Woodcock, though, NAS AD H 0 AMcGrath.
that had that Conn's :\,1 weight in the 2b 4 1 I
officers in the Best-Ball tourney I In the preliminary game Tuesday surprised the experts Evan. rf I 1 1 0
and the round-robin is expected to the Dispensary team knocked made him a 6-1 underdog, uy first fight, wa a mere 1C9; pounds Forbea, IB 4 I 5

last about two weeks. A consolation over the :Marine squad by a 11-1 banging Mauriello from one end ....He's sure to tip the scales at a Mile. }.bDcMara. 4 4 6 1 1 t ( ',
flight in the first tournament I count. It was the first loss for the of the ring to te other in the good 180 next June 19, and his Lippeatt.M e a 0 1. '
was run off, and the current Marines, but their standing in the third round and had the American time away from the ring, plus that Johnaon. If a. 1 0
match will also have a consolation Commandant's League was not at bey closer to a knockout han he extra weight subtract from Conn Llvlngton, rf 1. 0 0

round, thereby keeping the course stake, as the tilt was a practice had ever been in his life.... his only great asset over Louis- Schmagel Wentworth p 2b 3 0 0 0 2. 1 1
alive with continuous activity. A game. The Dispensary club scored Woodcock left for home shortly his speed..Sure Louis is getting Tot"l.17" it it

plaque is the winner's reward in nine runs in.a runaway first inning after the fight, with $20,000 in "old", and he's slowed down too, ST. SIMONS: .AB H 0 A
\ both events, and competition has and were never in trouble his pocket, but he'll be back in but he still has a knockout wallrp, Coppage, 2b S. 1 I
been kept at a sizzling pace due for the rest of the game. The Ma August or September, with hopesof which is all he'll need to keep his 'CMNUO. .lb. : 1 : 0Speaker
r to the fine handicapping of the. rines' lone score came in the fourth making good in the U. S. ring, title.Louis said himself that he Burgee If 3 0 2' 0 .
squads by Jack Harvey NAS golf; canto when Rivers hit a round- and we still think thct Woodcock was out to get Billy early and Myers,'rr" 1 : 1 r" .. '
pro. tripper Green paced the Dispensary is one Englishman that will make unless we miss our guess by a Mooney ef 3 0 .. 0 .
3 0 0 l'
attack with a triple double, the grade....The limey's defeat wide margin tae colored champ 5 Roper, b '
pence
and single in four trips to the came on the heels of World's will crowd Conn into the ropej or Smith i p' = : : L /1

.fed WAVE Varsity Opens i plate.In light-heavy champion Gus Lesne- a corner, and slip over the clincher liBIelke.cGlanker Sb 1 1'0 0 0 0 0 I,
the preliminary game tonight, vich's pastin, of Freddie Mills, inside of five sessions.... P -
With the WAVES Softball squad will the Empire light-heavy king.... ToUl. M 5th itt T
Play Hospital Batted
It
meet the Hospital Girls at 1900. Lesnevich did the raveling in this : Batted for for Coppage Smith In IB 8th '
Softballers. The standings in the two NAS fight and he rade snort work of Smoker Slated For M Score- by inning .0 .-....tJI.St. -t...
TonightIn leagues are as follows: Mills knocking him out m thetenth Simon 000 000 OD-O
Jax NAg 200 ,110 -2x-t.... .
also Men Soon
Mills surprised Mainsido "
the only WAVES Softball Commaadant'o Le.... although Run, MeGrath, Evan. Forbes f./Mlle... w.
.hu firm st'-:1d.... .
many by Error., Forbe 2, IteMfir. 8ohM ., ,. 9
last week Barracks 713 ...
game Team Won Lost Pct. have will have night of { '. '
Gus however, was said to Fight fans a page, Burge* MreraTKnn* /
blanked Barracks 720 8. O. for Iispen.ary I 0 1.000 in about two weeks an., }'orbs.; I>M,*.. Mile I ,1. _w. ...
after he sheer delight ,
jy their fourth victory In four M.rln. I 0 0 1.000 lost a lot of his stuff hits, DfMar. }.or....... Three 1>.... hit*. J*
Hospital i 1 .800 from Lee Oma for Lt. Comdr. Anthony Rubmo .
that licking
11 took Corbel. Home run. Evan: Sacrifice bib V .
713 to their win
starts. Leading Personnel a 1 .TGO in his first big fight after receiv- the Flier boxing coach is gettinga Evan. Elrmgton. I Stolen bejMk, isvaaif ""p
I .66'
Personnel 4
"Butch" Glover Glover e07
was Forbes, Siwaker. Doubt. play. "
from the Coast smoker prepared for Main-
A A R Z 1 .666T.6 ing his discharge *
BurgeaaT ""
smashed out two home runs in her to UeMar* to Coppage to t\\
to the batter's box. The i I .600 Guard....Ail! of which remind: us side personnel. Tne smoker is to Left on bH* ., 'J'k ( 8t. Simon: I. '
i 'k four trips Radio Lab. 4' ,571Sep. of the Louis-Conn fight..Put your be an intra... tation affair and Hit, off Schmaeel. 1 l. i..11I1P1 Smith J.i '
for last week Center I I GOO '
other tilt scheduled ,
wiarek the Golden 6 In 7 Inning.. B *e* on ball., sit Bchnu- .
Marine ,
ended in a default win for the Hospital Commiu.ry: : : 1 1 :m dough on Joe, boys, put ;your Gabby gel, 2 In 8 'Inning off Smith. I In 1 Inning ,
Communication.: 3 Joe..We still Louis : Gloves Heavyweight Championfrom "
.J over Barracks 722. dough on say *. Struck ou.. by Srhnwgel ti Smith ti
girls Inspection I'i 3 .400.400UTU will put dapper Billy to sleep in NAS, is scheduled to go a 4. lilt pitcher, by Si-hmRffrt (ffneakerUWild . '
Tonight at 1900 the WAVES vsn Radio Z. 4 ..333 under five rounds.even after I few rounds with one of the sta- ptlc ... Schmagel, Smith. Winning
varsity squad is slated to play the P.ra. Loft I 4 .a33 hearing all those vi-ious tales of tion stalwarts. pitcher Time of, S game,1I'<'2il5. Ixxilng, Umpire pitcher, Carr Smith and

Hospital the squad menmatch in a preliminarygame the o Supply a U 0 1 4 i .000.200 I how lanky Al osman peppered I Also on the fight card will be MRJlw"II I, .
to on
Plato Range I 0 1 .000 : the Brown Bomter's nose UI' I tree; or four bouts featuring the
Power Plant diamond. This is the V tin Aircrew I 0 4 .000 the claret flowed freely. of of the Air Sta- LOUIS StilCS KEU
sons many
first for the varsity, as they VSB 0 4 .000
game rained out last week andtheir Achairal'. Trophy Conn may be taster than Louis, tionls officer fh. lads will (SEA-Long AI Hoosman Ne-
were with Welch Hospitalwere Team Won Lost Pet. but the big question is "can he weigh in at scarcely 100 poundsso gro heavyweight from Los Angeles -
games canceled. Both the varsity IATU I 3 1 .800 hit hard enough..Judging by the added attraction should ; brought blood to Joe Louis'
VSB a60 6 Z TU their last bout, it would appear make the smoker an entertaining nose with a series of long left labs
teams goingto ,
t' the are .600VSB
and Hospital Z
the Softball leaguein Van Staff 861 I S 3 GOO that Billy gave Joe his( best and evening. Nine bouts will makeup as the champ began preparations
enter girls'
however, so their VSU 870 1. ..150VSIJ Just[ rocked him..Joe gave Lilly: i the complete card, and the for' defending his title against Bil-
.' Jacksonville for the '46 season 174 1. ..150 approximately his best, and put actual date of the fights will be ly Conn at Yankee Stadium on 19
competition VSB 365 l' .166The. the skids o;. Pittsbu gh Bill for announced 11the Air News as June. It was the first time Louis
promises to be of the highest cali .. I figures .!Include only thoooe IUlle-
is received. bled in
it training.
rumorists ever
Reliable soon as
keeps say
through 20 May. 1946.
''L .. ber. played
J JI"