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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: June 6, 1946
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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HAIL STONES: WIIICII DAMAGED 45 planes at Cecil Field last week are strewn all over the ing experience in handling and
I grass in front of the parking area following the unusual storm. The hail ranged in size from marblesto Six-Month LayoffFor stowing cargo, either dry or fuel.
golf balls with some almost as large as baseballs NAS Jax suffered no damage, as the landing Men with previous service on mer
strip wasn't hit and little fell elsewhere. (Other photos on page two), the first time since chant-type vessels were being par-
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November
ticularly sought. It is believed that
plane training flights will be should the strike go through, these

FREAK HAILSTORM HITS CECIL I I Jax Model Plane flown from NAS Jackson- men merchant might be ships ordered to keep to serviceon essential -

Club Meet Goes ville beginning Monday when cargo moving.

FIELD; 45 AIRCRAFT DAMAGED 1 i VO-VCS (ATU) launches Navy Other, too.action Officer was and taken enlisted by per-the
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I: On Despite Rain advanced training of student pilots sonnel of the Naval Reserve on inactive -
Foity-five planes were left damaged, three beyond repair, I in ohservaton-sccut: planes. I duty were given an oppor-
by a freak hailstorm which struck Cecil Field early last Not si:.ce 13 November when tunity of volunteering for active
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Undaunted by heavy intermittent training in 1'BYs was halted, service should their services be re-
week. rains flashes of lightning, have seaplanes winged aloft I quired. Ex-service personnel qualified .
Starting out as a light rain, it changed to hail in a few and the loud rumbling of thunder, from the St. Johns river in regularly for the Naval Reserve, Class

minutes, the hailstones ranging in size from small marblesto the Jacksonville Model Airplane scheduled training flights. V-6, inactive duty, who desire to(
Club staged an exhibition meet VO-VCS type training has not enroll and volunteer for active
huge golf balls In no time at all the ground was covered
__ I. last Sunday on the "Mat" at been given here since July, 1944, duty for this emergency got the
completely, by the glistenlrng pellets i Yorktown Avenue and Mustin when the squadron was transferred nod enrollment.. Volunteeringwas !
Road. to the Naval Air Stationat facilitated by permitting the
More and i Certain Medical And
damage,
serious pos-
I The few hardy spectators who Pensacola.The use of letters and telegrams by
sible loss of life, was avert-
braved the elements persons offering their services, but
saw some three-month course will
ed Mercer by ,the AerMSc quick: thinking who was of on Al : Dental Officers To I skillful maneuvering of the swift, include ground tia:ping, gunnery ,I actual enlistments, it was stated,
little models. Later would be made only at
recruiting
duty in the Aerology Office at 1 slightly dive-bombing, formation
the tame: the storm struck. lie Stay On Active DutyCertain ,' drenched, both onlookers and participants flying, instrument work, and all stations and other designated ac
retired to the clubroomof other of tivities.
issued a recall to all planes and i' phases training. Spec'al
sent news of the unusual weather medical and dental of- the "Aeroneers," station model emphasis will be placed on navi- Demobilization of the Coast
conditions to other stations. I airplane club which was playing gation. Guard, which may bear the bruntof
ficers in the naval Reserve re- host to the Jacksonville group. ; the work should the strike
Had pilots been forced to fly into Catapulting will beg n again,
the barrage of ice anything ceived a rude shock last week following Locker space and work tablesare too, with scheduled day and threat become a reality was halted -
might have happened it was be receipt of AINav 281. The now available in the work night shots. Artillery spotting Whether any such action waa
lieved. directive stated that all reserve shop located in the rear of Bldg training w'11 be given with a spe- contemplated for the Navy was
medical officers who are graduatesof 39 for modeler who unknown yesterday.
The official report from Operations any wishes to cial spotting board which was
the V-12 training and try his hand Dick Walace chair-
at Cecil states that rain program constructed at NAS Jacksonville
'was reported at 1322 (Monday, who were or will be ordered to active man of the station outfit, announced when the squadron was station ed in the inaugural class. Once
27 May), recall was sounded for commissioned duty on or after He said that power and hand ed here previously. This type training is fully under way, it is
all planes at 1325, at 1335 all 1 March 1940, and all reserve tools have been ordered and are aircraft known as the "eyes of expected that nevI classes wilt
planes were on the ground. Rain dental officers who were educated expected in the Immediate future. the fleet", is used to spot the be organizer each week, and a
had already begun to fall, and wholly or in part as members of The combination workshop and accuracy of naval gunfire on steady stream of trained ob-
in a matter of m'nutes: it had either V-12 or the Army special- clubroom is open daily and week- shore targets, and to radio back servat:on-scout pilots will be '
turned to hail. By 1340 the hail ized training program and who ends from 1200 to 2100, and meetings information so that gunners can flowing to the fleet.
was all over the ground. Visibility have not completed three years of are held Monday evenings at adjust their range. I The unit is based in Hangar
was but one-sixteenth of a active duty as dental officers, will 2000. Since the "Aeroneers" are Forty-five students are (includi I 140.
no longer be released to inactive now affiliated with the Jax Model _
mile, the ceiling from zero! to 50
feet, and gusts blew up to 50 duty under the present demobilization Airplane Club and the Florida I TRYING IT OUT I

knots. Ten minutes later the hail system.A Model Association, members may -.-----.-- "...._,._ _.- ,.. -.- ,-, ..------.-.-.-....-.--.-.--
changed back to rain. critical shortage of medical attend any scheduled meet. On 9
In addition to the aircraft, and ddhtal officers which will exist June they will visit Orlando, Fla.
other slight damage was report for some time to come was givenas to attend a U-Control meet, and
ed. J. 11. Alexander, the OOD, the reason for the move. Pres- later in the month will participatein
watched helplessly irom the ent requirements, it was stated, a Free Flight and U-Control
window as the hail tore the top make It necessary to retain such meet at Daytona Beach.
off his convertible coupe. medical officers on active duty
NAS Jacksonv: got a slight for a period of two years after of the service may permit a reduction -
taste of the same hail storm but completion of internship, and such in this period.
no damage was reported. Planesat dental officers for a period of Officers in these categories who
Ferlong, Whitehouse, and three years after reporting for ac have not been detached under or- I
Branan Fields were advised to : tive duty as dental officers. ders to a separation center will be
stay on the ground, but, the I The AINav explained that it was retained at their present duty sta-
storm. failed to hit there. anticipated that the future needs tions I
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Scheduled To Open In Two WeeksA =

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beer garden for the enlisted

personnel of the Naval Air Tech-j According to Lt. Comdr. Weaver deactivated bases in the district
nical Center has
Training Meadows, new Ship's Service Officer More is expected to arrive from l
and work is under
proved way fora : plans will be completed and I
grand opening in the near fu- 8th and Anthony Chicago. In
everything in readiness for the
ture, it was learned yesterday. using the old galley there will be
tavern to open within 10 days to I
to ice the
This long awaited recreation spot two weeks. I adequate storage space
which has been hindered by lack beverages.
of building materials and so many The garden will be located in Space will be available for dan-
shortages will at last become a the old galley In the former POW cing, and the beer may be consumed --
reality.A compound and it is planned that inside or on an outside terrace. TAKING ADVANTAGE OP the Station Order which reopenedthe
contest will be held to selecta buses will circulate through the A large record player has been Civilian Cafeteria to naval personnel, members of the Jax Air
name and to determine the mo- NATTC Area to take personnel to procured and a dance band organ News staff lunch together to discuss problems of publishing' the sta-
tif for the decorations of the new the thirst quenching spot. ized by Welfare from among the tion newspaper. The cafeteria is open from 1100 to 1300 and serves
gathering place Ship's Service will Lt. William II. Muir, Welfare Aviation Fundamental School stu- regular lunches cold plates, salads, and other food. Pictured, left to
offer prizes for the best sugges- Officer, has been working on this dents will be present at least two right, are Frank Tours, sports editor; Kay Workman. mailing; Sam
tions. Complete details will be pub- plan for some time and has suc- nights a week, under, present Vaughn, distribution; Lola A. Leser, columnist; and Bob Jones, art
lished In NATTC Morning Orders. ceeded in asembling furniture from plans. j editor
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4-No. 13 6 June 1946

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: :VIEo d;;,t a, .It\ Open Again After officers and men on board hav-
nAIL STONES WHICH DAMAGED 45 planes at Cecil Field last week are strewn all over the ing experience in handling and
grass in front of the parking area following the unusual storm. The hall ranged in size from marblesto Six-Month LayoffFor stowing cargo, either dry or fuel.
I golf balls with some almost as large as baseballs. NAS Jax suffered no damage, as the landing Men with previous service on mer-
since
strip wasn't hit and little fell elsewhere. (Other photos on page two). the first time chant-type vessels were being par
-- -- -- ------ last November regular sea-
-'- -
,
ticularly sought. It is believed that
plane training flights will be.. should the strike go through, these

FREAK HAILSTORM HITS CECIL I Jax Model Plane flown from NAS Jacksonville men merchant might be ships ordered to keep to serviceon essential -

Club Meet Goes beginning Monday when cargo moving.

FIELD; 45 AIRCRAFT DAMAGED I VO-VCS (ATU) launches Navy Other, too.action Officer was and taken enlisted by per-the

On Despite Rain advanced training of student pilots sonnel of the Naval Reserve on inactive -
Forty-five planes were left damaged, three beyond repair, in ohservaton-sccut: planes. duty were given an opportunity -
by a freak hailstorm which struck Cecil Field early last I Not si:.ce 13 November, when I of volunteering for active
Undaunted by heavy intermittent training in I'lUs was halted, service should their services be required -
week. rains flashes of lightning, have seaplanes winged aloft I Ex-service personnel qualified -
Starting out as a light rain, it changed to hail in a few and the loud rumbling of thunder, from the St. Johns river in regu- : for the Naval Reserve Class

minutes, the hailstones ranging in size from small marblesto the Jacksonville Model Airplane larly scheduled training flights I V-6, inactive duty, who desire to
Club staged an exhibition meet \O-VCS type training has not enroll and volunteer for active
huge golf balls. In no at all the ground covered
time was
last Sunday on the "Mat" at been given here !since July 1944, duty for this emergency, got the
completely by the glistening pel I Yorktown Avenue and Mustin when the squadron was transferred nod on enrollment Volunteeringwas !

lets.More Road. to the Naval Air Stationat facilitated by permitting the
serious damage, and pos- Certain Medical And
The few hardy spectators who Pensacola.The I use of letters and telegrams by
sible loss of life was avert
braved the elements persons offering their services, but
saw some three-month course will
ed the of Al
by quick thinking
Mercer, AerMSc, who was on Dental Officers To skillful maneuvering of the swift, include ground tia'ning, gunnery actual enlistments it was stated, _
duty In the Aerology Office at little models. Later slightly dive-bombing, formation would be made only at recruiting
the tame the storm struck lie Stay On Active DutyCertain drenched, both onlookers and participants I flying, instrument work and all stations and other designated ac-
issued a recall to all planes and retired to the clubroomof other phases of training. Spec'al tivities.
lent news of the unusual weather the "Aeroneers," station model emphasis will be placed on navi- Demobilization of the CoastGuard
medical and dental of-
conditions to other stations airplane club, which was playing gation. which may bear the bruntof
ficers in the naval Reserve re- host to the Jacksonville group. ; the work should the strike
will
Had pilots been forced to fly into Catapulting beg n again,
the barrage of ice anything ceived a rude shock last week fol- Locker space and work tablesare too, with scheduled day and threat become a reality was halted -
might have happened, it was be- lowing receipt of AINav 281. The now available in the workshop night shots. Artillery spotting Whether any such action was
lieved. directive stated that all reserve located in the rear of Bldg training w'11 be given with a special contemplated for the Navy was
The official report from Op- medical officers who are graduatesof 39 for any modeler who wishes to spotting board which was unknown yesterday.ed .
erations at Cecil states that ram the V-12 training program and try his hand Dick \Valace chair- constructed at NAS Jacksonvillewhen
was reported at 1322 (Monday, who were or will be ordered to active man of the station outfit, announced the squadron was stationed in the inaugural class. Once
27 May), recall was sounded for commissioned duty on or after He said that power and hand here previousj.! This type training is fully under way it is
all planes at 1325: at 1335 all 1 March 1946, and all reserve tools have been ordered and are aircraft known as the "eyes of expected that new classes will
planes were on the ground. Rain dental officers who were educated expected in the immediate future. the fleet", is used to spot the be ors.-anizeJ.: each week, and a
had already begun to fall, and wholly or in part as members of The combination workshop and 'accuracy of naval gunfire on steady stream of trained ob-
in a matter of m:nutes it had either V-12 or the Army special- clubroom is open daily and week- shore targets, and to radio back servat:on-scout pilots will be '
turned to hail. By 1340 the hail ized training program and who ends from 1200 to 2100, and meet- I information so that gunners can flowing to the fleet.
have not completed three years of ings are held Monday evenings at adjust their range. The unit is based in Hangar
Visibility active duty as dental officers, will 2000. Since the "Aeroneers" are Forty-five students are includ- 140.
1\ s.cro I no longer be released to inactive now affiliated with the Jax Model .-- -- --
feet, and gusts blew up to 50 duty under the present demobilization Airplane Club and the Florida TRYING IT OUT
knots. Ten minutes later the hail system. Model Association, members may
changed back to rain. A critical shortage of medical attend any scheduled meet. On 9
In addition to the aircraft, and ddhtal officers which will exist June they will visit Orlando, Fla.,
other slight damage was reported. for some time to come was givenas to attend a U-Control meet, and
J. H. Alexander the OOD, the reason for the move. Present later in the month will participate
watched. helplessly irom the requirements, it was stated, in a Free Flight and U-Control
window as the hail tore the top make it necessary to retain such meet at Daytona Beach.
off his convertible coupe. medical officers on active duty
NAS Jacksonv: got a slight for a period of two years after of the service may permit a reduction -
taste of the same hail storm but I completion of internship, and such i in this period. 2 tciv
no damage was reported. Planesat dental officers for a period of I Officers in these categories who c
Ferlong, Whitehouse, and three years after reporting for have not been detached under or- ,
Branan Fields were advised to tive duty as dental officers. ders to a separation center will be
stay on the ground, but the The AINav explained that it aC-1 retained at their present duty stations -
storm failed to hit there. anticipated that the future .

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Beer Garden For NATTC Personnel



Scheduled To Open I In Two WeeksA


A beer arden for the enlisted __ __ I1 p'r ,.

of the Naval Air Technical :I According to Lt. Comdr. Weaver deactivated bases in the district a a
Center has been STAKING
Training ap- Meadows, new Ship's Service Ofilc@r More is expected to arrive from I "\
and work is under fora
proved way
) plans will be completed and Seth
grand opening In the near fu- and Anthony'In Chicago. In : S
everything in readiness for the
ture, it was learned yesterday.This using the old galley there will be ,
tavern to within 10 to
days
open to ice the
long awaited recreation spot adequate storage space
two weeks.
which has been hindered by lack beverages.
of building materials and soYnany The garden will be located in Space will be available for dan-
shortages will at last become a the old galley In the former POW cing, and the beer may bo consumed -- --- --.
reality.A compound and it is planned that inside or on an outside terrace ADVANTAGE OP the Station Order which reopenedthe
contest will be held to selecta buses will circulate through the A large record player has been Civilian Cafeteria to naval personnel members of the Jax Air
name and to determine the mo- NATTC Area to take personnel to.procured and a dance band organ News staff lunch together to discuss problems of publishing the sta-
tif for the decorations of the new the thirst quenching spot. ized by Welfare from among the tion newspaper The cafeteria is open from 1100 to 1300 and serves
gathering place. Ship's Service will Lt. William II. Muir, Welfare Aviation Fundamental School stu- regular lunches, cold plates salads and other food. Pictured, left to
offer prizes for the best sugges- Officer, has been working on this II dents will be present at least two right, are Frank Tours sports editor; Kay Workman mailing; Sam
tions. Complete details will be published plan for some time and has suc- nights a week, under: present Vaughn distribution; Lola A. Loser, columnist; and Bob Jones, art
in NATTC Morning Orders.I ceeded In asembling furniture from plans. editor.Vol. .

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REPORTER ,1

Ily Letlll l A. Lever lie

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! All you girls 1
who like to swim; The call has ;
By Lola A. Lever, YltQL'KSTIONt -
gone out from the PT Department I ))0 you believe that

I that gals are needed for voluntary the ch man attitude toward service
watch duty at the WAVES pool.
personnel has (change mucJi
You know what will happen if the I in the last nix month?

duty isn't roVt'red-'ep. we may :MARILYN PARTRIDGE Y2c. .
lose our charter rights that Rockford, Illinois. .
would be tragic. Any girl now "I haven't noticed It too much

standing watch is qualified to although in the stores in town

check another out on the requirements they are more willing to wait on
-so experienced swimmers, and to allow you to try on
you
J; : take heed. The poor beginners are clothes when you're out shopping."
relying on you to save our lease
i B. D. BUCKINHAM, RM2c, Mi
on the

TEXT MUTILATED /:;:.:. :. pool.'a. 'I| ami."It's Florida.a recognized fact that it

"'. I Did any of you happen to see a' has. You can find that out just
notice that appeared in various I I through conversation with anyone. {1
newspapers about our Alma Mater The American people are becom- .
4rp -Hunter College ? Seems the I ing more and more money conscious 7
WAVES did such a good job of I. and are starting' lookdown
the decks that caused I
swabbing we on service! personnel the
the wooden floors to warpUnd now I same as they did before the war." '

the Navy has a sizeable repair bill PAUL LEWIS, Sic RM), Beau- ,
r' to pay. Those cases of housemaid's mont, Calif.
knee we suffered give good Indication "People on the outside don't realize -
aa to Just how such a thing much about military service

could (and did) happen. and what it's like. Now that the

war Is over, they are returning to '

iQ' Hold your hats, kids! here we go their old idea that servicemen
aren't much good--the old saying
again! We might NOT repeat i,
NOT have to vacate Barracks I about 'sailors and dogs not allow-

1722 after all. It's a long complicated I ed' is coming back into play." "l,

affair that was explained to residents BOBBIE CHAPMAN, SKV3c; \,

at a meeting Miss Tribble Chicago Illinois. J
held Monday night: but it seemsif "I've noticed that the attitude I

we get some! MAA's from MI- has changed among the people you to

.. ...- ami plus a few more occupants work with. They've adopted the '
s
't for the barracks, they may let us idea that because-there are so few *;
I stay Oh happy day! Instructions of us and we are in the Navy ,we ";

t' issued a few weeks ago still stand can't make mistakes. It's okay f /

::1./ ; '; ,that we have to be out by.the them to do it--even though they t

: : ,> /; i : 15th- but there's a chance they I may be earning three or four I,
: :; may notify us on the 14th that we times as much money as the naval
.
l .. '"," '\" > ,, ". can stay put. Let's keep wishln'. personnel they are working with" '
.. M'- +' ' ::... :" 'ir'; M'f': << : :. Sic Brooklyn,
.. < :: ,. You won't be after N. Y.
t.'Io.. seeing things -
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::_-' e"<;-" '" ;, ... < ,. today if you happen to catch "Yep, they've changed, and itisn't
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MfO It's for to
"'" f v + i fair okay a guy
'*' sight of nome slick chick In sharp
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.V .. t "'< risk his life in defense of his country -
i22'Uhe
civics out of Barracks
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coming
.. ,, : : ., but as as the danger in .
soon
: child She'll have
; .. ( problem )
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: :
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; H past, the people start knockinghim
.. ,1.' .. '. ... the legal right to wear silk dresses '
Q' ,.. ,;... ,. ,t..t'. ,, 'I' '", \ ,, ". cute cottons, toeless shoes and about again. The idea's. all
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..tt.' ... ... .. r'y" .. ... wrong-believe me. 4
.....Jt( 'iII1' : ?. } ..lIJf not have a hat. Her status will
""' ; ,.. : ,',.' < ; WALLY ERP, RM3c Astoria,
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,.t.,... .. .oIf'IO:$ be that of a civil service employee
: ..- ., ... : .. : ...... ; 'f:, Oregon.
r :. ; ....:-. :. .: ... !" ,t transferred to NAS with the 7th
........ ..__ .. .. .........\!- "" Naval District force, and tempor- "The idea that people had about
IIEKE ARE TWO MORE SCENES taken: 'd ;'Ig the' hail storm at CFle d last!! -week. The top' arily housed WAVES quarters.The fellows in uniform before the waris

photo, shows two SB2Cs parked outside Hangar 14 as the hail beats a tattoo on the wings and fuselage.The number of girls from Miami returning and perhaps it is jus-
I ,view below, looking towards Barracks 3, lives further evidence of size of the hailstones. The quick who will take advantage ( ? ) of tified in some cases.' But then one
thinking of Al Mercer. AerM3c, is credited with keeping damage to a minimum and posibly saving the living in the barracks is relativelyfew guy always gives a group a bad ;
lives of pilots. ,- I --and they're in for a taste of name. You're much more conspicuous ,
._ ._ now in uniform since! so many :
--- -- life I
-- --- --- --- real Navy in the form of chow I
from our galley and by abiding by have been discharged--you have a

Navy Men Teach Chinese Tars I Commercial regulations with regard to guests, I' hard time acting as an individual" '

I house rules, and what have you. under those! circumstances.. .
To the one we know for sure came I

How To Man Amphibious Craft I Bulletin in this week-."welcome. aboard." i!, Land Based Reserves

American "salts" are teaching Chinese "boots" to man bulletin will be accepted until l apace hat Will Remain On Shore

amphibious craft so they can release U. S. sailors from the 1 been FOIL ailed!SAM Kit. 'ue MR. AVERAGE MAN FAR *(SEA-USNR) and USNImen .

task of transporting China's armies. Two ......t coHti Imen'i), rise! 3D, ]>mctkHlly now on shore stations will
FROM A DREAM ROMEO remain land-locked until their
new, 2647 Korbvi it. Tel.' 7..2.\\J.)
The training program is conducted at the Chinese Naval One. douhle-ilaed Hollywood bed goof final demobilization Exceptedare
condition fib; one baby bed and Simmons (SEA)-Van JohnllonRY those who have volunteeredor
Training Center, Tsingtao, China, aboard four LSTs, two mMtreM, $10. 1145 CumberlandKo
.. be the average girl's roman- volunteer to remain on active
LCIs and LSM all veterans of actions at Salerno Iwo
one tic choice but she
ComblnHlion living room cofa-bed; l lUll' probably I tlut)1' until 1 March, 1947.
Jima, cr uuinawa.A cbiiir ottoman mid occmTioniil chair 136; will have to settle for less. While not a 'lard and fast rule
hitches" and "Bahston. 'Inrue table model. Zenith radio with short
three-man staff heads the establishment -
which is After completion of the course wove, W. child metiil. t..r. $.. In good Her real-life romeo is likelyto for remaining! landlubbers, the
instructing the Chinese takes the condition 12S3B Hancock MAS, after be bald and skinny with fact is that with final demobilisation -
frOO enlisted men and 100 officers. crew ship t P. M.M..n'e half his teeth missing at hand the short time
out on their with the Ameri- ... ,
own .
,
wrist ntch 15 j.1 l Benrim, (roodcondition
Besides transporting the Na cans standing by to note mistakesand just bt-en clmnwj |20. .M... According toVllton M. I IKrogman. remaining before 1 September
tionalists' armies, Chinese-manned rectify them. thHrnm, Ext. 1.277.FOR Universit-; Chira1 1 loe n't warrant general reshuffling -
amphibious craft virtually could KKNT go expert on human meatlurej j' of reserve personnel.In .
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eliminate piracy along the coast Smell apartment, furnlnhed t for e)". ments, the average man is 30 some cases, reserve officer

and en inland waterways.A Naval Reserve Nurses One M..furnished. I.inninu., ..lee Tel.|>\ing 2-room.&27., Mr. t'hHm- years old, 5 'eet 10 inches tall ire being ordered to sea for one .

bill authorizing the transferof rn 1914 Kedill. M., Springfield. Ext. and weighs 150 pound He cruise! of short duration, but in .
102 77. has a 36-inch chest, 29-inch these instances! consideration is
U. S. vessels to China Is pending Volunteer For
May Two btdroomii, with' kitchen
prlvileireiIn
wait and ruddy skin. His 32
riven to their remainin time on
in Congtess. If the measureis private home, Mri. Shoehy, Tl.. 6-
passed training activities will t 02-J. teeth have dwindled to 16. ictive duty before becoming eli-
be At the Duty Until 1 JulyNaval Two double! room in rrlvnte home (for The average! ma" earns! oe- (ble for di char, : in order that
greatly augmented. courln Shati Ix-high T..I.7161..
) tween $2,0(10 and 2,500) a tyear hey maybe returned to the ron-
!CT Reserve nurses were notified WANTK1) and Ie prefers quiet tonight t inental limits in time for
by AINav 288 last week that Two I'MiM-nner* to ('..lit., ..h.r. coin,.,., life and lancing easing pro-
c !
they may request retention in the leaving June IS. W. W. Blackburn _-.- -. -
AMMIc, NATTC Brki. 5, or Row 21*.,. -
corps for active duty until any log 4ii2A( I>ewey I'ark. ]WAVY MOVES NATIVES 1 I
time between 1 January 1947 and Eiilinted, coot, .le to nhnre brick bunirHlow
1 July 1947Applications. ilectric kitchen automatic hot water,
washing machine, tile bath etc., rl""ctricily .
1- to be forwardednot
are furnished. no children 1 block
later than 15 June 1946 to from RooHt-vcIt Highway T.... 2-4224.
BuMed via commanding officers Piano to More through August 80, for UM.Yunry .
only. These requests do not af- iStriblinir Y2c Ext. 745.:
.
S or 4 room furnished nfortmt-nt, River-
fect officers who have previouslyor tide or Avondale. I>ot M)..... T.... 2-189
may subsequently request lifter ( P. M. ':
3& nedan. In good) condition Chevroletpreferred. wt
transfer to the Regular '
Navy
S. U. Phillipl, 1447-B Child:
Nurse Corps in accordance with i M.. NAS. t' c.
the provisions of AINav 279-45 '3D or 40 Hiitomobile, Plymouth or- Chevrolet. 4. a r F''use ,$
M. LHmm Ext. .,13or: $1'! & after
and BuMed Circular Letter 46-67.
5:HO.
Lineal readjustment of all Nurse A ride to Ix. Angelo, Calif. Atkinson.
Corps officers fn the future may E"t.120.\ .
entail corresponding reductions in TRADE:
I '40 Buck awls n for 41 or 42 convertible)
rank of officers retained this
by will each difference.! Ext. 179. ..
pay
Through interpreter, U. S. Sailor AINav but existing relative precedence 4< N*.h, 600( ...rl... for enrlier model. automobile I .
tenchtt Chinese trainrrt. I will be maintained it was iinrf difference, Shbttrij: Jlanynr.
62S Ext. $74. | I
stated. Reserve Nurse Corps officers "
present time there are some 400 on terminal leave up to and I I
U. S. Navy men on the seven ships
including 15 June 1946, may report Suggestions Are DesiredFor
assigned to the training center. to the commandant of the *
Revision
with A shore school composed of nearest naval district or river Navy Regs

five officers and nine enlistedmen. command and request retention on Many excellent pertinent com- a 3C't,

active duty in accordance with this ments and suggestion have been ..

The school's! course now covers AINav. received from bureaus, districts, ..
about three months. In additionto Assignment of personnel will be commands afloat, and individualson SEA
routine schooling) there are governed by the needs of the service the revision of Navy Jiegulations -

week-long trips at sea, when each and not by the desires of the which is now being conducted -

American is responsible for teach Individual the AINav pointed out. by a special board in American sailors hoist a .Bikini class outrigger aboard a U. 8-
ing his job to a Chinese. One Offciers submitting requests for Washington, according to AhJnv Nary vessel for transportation to the Bikini islanders home
trainee assigned to ,a Bostonian retention under this AINav will 275. Rongerik in the Marshalls in preparation new on
for'the
instructor and speaking no English be retained for the period stipulated Additional; constructive recommendations U be held this atom bomb tU
when he left port, returned to and will not be released are desired. H was I have established summer Ja outriggers inch as this, the islander
the baswith* talk of '"hawf earlier. emphasiied. a hit reputation. navicatori.I .



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"GENIUS AT WORK," with Ann Jefferies Shows at 1730 and
2000 %
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II SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
I "STOLEN LIFE," featuring Bette Davis. Shows At 1430, 1730 and

, t X 2000. MONDAY -

\ 'fir"t "THE WALLS CAME TUMBLING DOWN," with Lee Bowman.
Shows at 1730'and 2000.

TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
"JANIE GETS MARRIED," starring Joan Leslie. Shows at 1730
and 2000.
TIIUKSI\Y

.. "BAMBOO BLONDE," with Frances Langford. Shows at 1740
zF and 2000.


,-' STUDENT OFFJCERS


"" TIIUKMHV AND TltlDAY
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"THE STRANGER," with Loretta Young and Orson Welles. how
,'w I at 2000 only. .
SATURDAY

,;t "GENTLE ANNIE," with Marjorie Main. Shows at 2000 only.
SUNDAY
"SHE WROTE THE BOOK," with Joan Davis Show at 2000 only.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY<

,G.. "STOLEN LIFE," featuring Bette Davis Show at.2000 only.
t
l' WEDNESDAY"THE
WALLS CAME TUMBLING DOWN" with. Lee Bowman.
Show at 2000 only.

TIIUKSU4Y ..
"JANIE GETS MARRIED," starring Joan Leslie. Show at 20( <>0

She' redheaded, torrid and torchy, and she plays bad gir' on the screen. But just to show taln't only. '
necessarily so, Susan Hayward Is about to do something different. In "Canyon Passage," Walter Wan- OTHER EVENTS
I
'I ger'a Technicolor saga oflndian fighting days In the Northwest, she plays the heroine, a good girl.

, So good, In fact, that both Dana Andrews and Brian Donlevy fall in love with her. L ASF.nAU.-Tuesdav.. 11 June at 1615. NAS Fliers va Carna. Lee

Jeune Mason Field.Wednesday .
+ :: attend the dance. You may be chosen 12 June, at 1615, NAS Fliers vs Camp LeJeune, Mason
}r- to participate in the "DanceI Field.
Hospital I Interlude.:' Sounds like fun to !
.5. me DANCK: -Crew's Dance, Mainside Auditorium, at 2030, Friday,
7 June Music by the Air Station Band.
I Chatter [ Two new "Greyhound" wristwatches :MODEL AllU'LANK SHOP-Rear of Bldg 39, open 1200-2400
adorn the of two
'i arms
1 I daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
WAVES. You heard of"Greyhound"
St. Mark's Choir from Jackson ; corps never WW LING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation BuildingNo.
villa! presented a choral program i I watches ? Well, you SALTY HUMOR FROM 3. Alleys open from 1100-1400 and 1630-2100 Mondays through Fri-
can get one after a lucky evening
last Sunday in the Ship's Service I| at the"Orange Park Kennels Ask I HERE AND THEREVoice j days; 1700-2100 Saturdays and Sundays
Auditorium It was thoroughly en- ATIILETIC OKAH -Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue
Trent or Forshey. I II I
joyed by all present I I and Mustin Road. 0900-1800 daily.
I I from rear of*taxi: 'Hey, I BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
Big nits tonight all kinds of I That new pool table in theCorpsmen's j I Driver what the idea of stopping Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
Quarters is proving to "
here at the hoa- ? | 1500.
activity I
program
be attraction in their 1
ital. At 1800 USO Unit No. 13 quite an Rec Driver "I thought I heard someone \INSIDE LOUNGK-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
puts the "Accent on Fun" in the I Room. Makes a "Station Liberty"i j I tell me to"' i the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and their
.. Auditorium Then, at 1930, the (just to before take. pay day' a little easier Voice 'Drive on She wasn't- guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding; receptions: by
grove wil be magically changed Into talking to you" ] arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-phonograph
a Circus Ring All the attractions Did you hear about the fellow available for use of all hands
DEFINITION: 'Outside Detail"Those
of Barnum & Bailey (peanuts I people whom if took who stayed up all night figuring' LlllKAKY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation BuildIng -
popcorn, hot dogs, soda pop) I their brooms and rakes you away I: out where the sun went when it No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
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plus lots of surprise acts and side would fall ove. went down ? % 0300 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 2100. '

shows Don't miss either attrac I' "No. What happened I SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
tion. I "It flually dawned on him. 18002100. Outdoor schedule, Mon-Frt. 0800-1900. Sat. 1000-1900. Sun.
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Those fantastic one-hand catch- I TO EXTEND FAMILYALLOWANCE I Capt. C O. Humphreys, Navy )i GO LI'-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
Antwlne makes downon
es that Jean athletic director, announced that and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt clubs and balls are available at Golf
second base in the WAVES I BENEFITSSEA I Han't: Luisettl, one of the naUon'sbest I, House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course ,

Softball\Jean games modestly are really confesses some I .( ) Family allowance known cagets and high among ANCHORAGK-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

that thing.they're all made with her eyes benefits may !b'> extended unt:11: | scorers basketball In while the history of college II cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason

shut too! I 1 July, 1K5J under a Navy plan starring for Stan
fI) I sponsored by Buyers and prepared ford U., would serve as assistant FieldTENNIS< -Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
Speaking of softball, as who I by the Judge Advocate I ICieneral's varsity court coach this season.Head ing Building No, 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and

doesn't these days, the Corpsmenare : office. Before going toCongress coach is Johnny Wilson.A I Yorktown Roads).

at the top of the list in their i, for legislative action, j Guide: "We're now passing the sea captain. All his life the finance
league. The girls played and won however, the roposal must be I couple were sitting on the world largest brewery." company referred to him as 'The
their practice game with Southern I approved by the Federal' Jiureau l lawn one beautiful night admiring Sailor: "I'm not." Old Skipper'."
Bell Telephone ((23-12)) and then of the B'idget. Quest on most' nature
watched Mainside Varsity lose a II likely to concern budget men and I "Some moon out tonight," said
really tough one by an 8-7 score. < Congressmen I is: "What will it he Female voice to bus driver: A group of American and Brit
These city league games promise I cost?" "Some stars," said she. "Can't you wait until I get my ish sailors were swapping yams
I
some real excitement If it becomes law the plan ,may "Some dew on the gras," said clothes on?" about their ships. "I'm curious
I end much uncertainty over eli he, Fifty soldiers twisted their about your aircraft carriers," saida
A "Dance Interlude' 'to be pre- gibility for such benefits under "Hell, no, not me," said she necks out of joint while the laundress I British tar. "How fast are
sented by the Arthur Murray I the present law Moreover, it climbed aboard with a basket they?'
Dance Studio of Jacksonville high w'II keep many uSN mn happy First Wave: 'Surely you aren't of clothes. "To tell the truth" said the
lights intermission at the Red I who were concerned, about re- going to let that red-headed Wac American sailor, "I don't know.
Cm** "Gypsy Dance" Thursday, enlistments after 1 July 1946 steal your boy friend!" I An Olrt Salt We've never really opened them
13 June. Something new different, i and about loss of such allowan- j Second Wave: "Never! I'll dye The Navy is a tradition in my I up All they've been required to do .
and highly entertaining_ Be.sure to + ces. first" I family.. My father was a famous so far is keep up with the planes." -"
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J ff\ -S Letters To The EditorTo WILCO

The Editor:

Editorial Office It would be a pleasant, although unex- y$1mr j1tj
Office of Public Information, Room 221 pected surprise, if someone would do some- 0Y
Administration Annex, BUg. 954 thing about the :Mainside Post Office-a .
Telephone Extension 8542
classic model of inefficiency.
Arthur 31. Greene, Editor
Although there five > :,', )
Frank Tour. Sic!, Sport Editor are windows and five "" g
Bob lone.. Sic!, Art Editor men Behind the partition, only one window
Th JAX AIR NEWS Ii published weekly at the U. S. and man is used to handle parcel post pack-
Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Florida, by the Office of
Public Information at no expense to the government and in ages and the selling of "stamps. When I
Copes with Secnav Circular: Letter 45-526.the 28 May 1U45 went to the Post Office to buy an airmail
are distributed free of chare at Naval Air
Station, the Naval Air rrnraJ Center, theHeadquarters stamp this afternoon, I became one of a line
of the Naval n Training Com
mand, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval of nineteen waiting to buy stamps and mail
Air Naval Gunners'Auxiliary.School Air ,Station.the U.MaypoiU S. Naval Hospital, and the packages, while during the twelve minutes

I waited for my stamp-the other four win-
Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN, Commanding
Jacksonville Naval Air Station dows got only three customers.

Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN, Commanding Perhaps one more conversant with the
Naval Air Technical Training Center situation could explain why these conditions

Captain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding cannot be alleviated.
U.) S. Naval Hospital Charles
D. Walker
Captain Maurice M. DeWolf. USNR, Commanding J..i ieut., USNR
Naval Personnel Separation Center
Editor's Note: An investigation of the
IX Col. Alexander A. Vandegrlft. Jr., USMC, Commanding
Marine Barracks situation revealed that only certain, individuals .

Captain R. R. tin-ner, USN Commanding have stamp stocks assigned to them o
Naval Air Gunners School and they are responsible for same. The

Commander Howard E. Born, USN Commanding drawer containing them cannot be touchedby
Na\al Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Held
other empldyes. Not all employes know

Capt.Marine Marvin Aviation L. Stldel.Detachment USMCR. the parcel post rates and zones, hence there

are only one or two assigned to this work ,,' :
1U JAX AIR NEWS receives ,
Ship's Editorial Association materinl. -
Republication of credited matter prohibited without the unusually long line resulted from mail-
perm i..Ion of SEA, Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any ing of Mother's Day at holi-
ether matter, except bjr service publication, I Is prohibited presents-only
without twrmiiiion of Editor, JAX AIR HEWS.'< day times is there a tie-up at the windows.
Lots of make Sic'
"Come on Wilco, don't act like that guys
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D-DAY, SECOND ANNIVERSARY Liauor .And. Battle Stars: A-Bomb Tests Will Cause
-- -- -
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,' : : ; r; ', : : : (SEA-Count) your battle stars and subtract -

from your liquor intake. No Serious Oceanic Upset

: That's the advice of .
a psychiatrist, Dr. w* M+MeftMJ&XSSKlffiW! 5lfth
",,.w,, .. Harold S. Hulbert, who says drinking can be
,. ..sitlI dangerous for combat veterans. A brain

weary from combat experience may snap

3. temporarily under the effects of alcohol, resulting -
I, in unpredictable crimes of violence.

.. -....."...... War-weary brains do not absorb oxygen
"' 01 readily, and alcohol works to cut off further

... the supply of oxygen. Result is the brain
-or. ,,
cannot function properly if the veteran indulges
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Remember the D-Day assault on "Oma- "The more ribbons a man has the less he (SEA) Fantail lawyers who it will not destroy gravity, the

ha" beach just two years ago on 6 June ? should drink," says the doctor, who recom- han predicted fantastic occurrences speculator is assured.Earthquakes ,
mends outdoor recreation to restore the when the atomic bomb explodes
Scene of one of the initial American land- at Bikini will be discreditedon : and new mountainranges
ings in Normandy, the beach received from brain to full vigor.TNeuws A-Day, according to Vice Ad- will not result from splitting -
the atom
Navy amphibious craft and from the -- -- miral W. H. P. Blandy, USN, commander Admiral Blandy over a target fleet

"rhino ferries" part of the mighty flow of Joint Army and Navy says.
Task Force One conducting the While the bomb will hot cause a
of supplies that was the key to victory in project tidal wave, he points out the pos-
Europe. The floating harbor, U. S. Mul- "The bomb will not start a chain sibility of a landslide of loose coral
berry set at the beach aided in handling reaction in the water, converting down the slopes of the submerged
up
acxlVieuus f romstnt Bikini
It all to gas and letting all the mountain of which Atoll
vi. the tremendous quantity of material until ships on all the oceans drop downto constitutes the summit. The land-
destroyed in a storm. the bottom," he declares. slide, if it happens at all, will create .
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bomb will kill half the fish in the ocean. '

Unity NeededTwo ETERNAL DECENCIESAs sea and poison the other half so Noted physicists, geologists,
they will kill all the people who oceanograhers) and biologists associated -
we look out on the world! around us, eat fish hereafter.The with the Joint Task'Force
the United States
years ago today so filled with greed, envy, hate, fear, suf- bomb will not Wow out the are authorities for the Admiral's
and Great Britain launched the greatest fering together with the breaking downof bottom of the sea, letting all the statements about what the bomb
invasion in all history. The cross-channel water run down the "hole," and I II will not do.
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many of the traditional forms of morals
assault spread from the shores of Normandy I -.-:::::::::-
and ethics it is to come to the con-
'til it pushed the Nazi hordes out of France clusion that, the easy world is "going to the I BOOK SHELFThe USE OF WALKIETALKIESMAY
and the Low Countries I
.. finally engulfing dogs." But this is not the first time in the BRING FINE OR
them less than later.
a year
history of mankind that men have felt
D-Day vibe\\ remembered not only be- that way. Station Library subscribes IMPRISONMENT SAYS FFC

cause it was the greatest amphibious as- It was an evil world in which St. Paul to over 100 periodicals covering (SEA)-It's okay for the publicto
sault of all time, but because it markedthe lived, too. He tells us about it here and fields of interest ranging from buy walkie-talkies according to

beginning of the end for Hitler's Third there, and it isn't a pleasant picture, either. Yachting to the Parent\ Maga/lne the :Federal Communications Com- ,'JJ
to American Aviation. mission, but them .h,
using
Reich. To the millions who slaved under the
But he was too wise to get his feet caughtin that's another matter.
Nazi it is remembered the day For spoils fans there is: Am -rl-
yoke as
it. And when he wrote his farewell let- Until the citizens' radio communication
when the first concrete blow was struck ter to the little church at Philippi, he gave can ,Horseman Baseball,, Held American and Stream Sportsman -, service become effective,

toward their liberation. them this wise admonition: "Finally, breth- hunting and Wishing, Motor Boating use by the general public of awalkietalkie

While the United States is now strug- ren, whatsoever things are true, whatso- Outdoor Life, and King. $10,000, or two may years bring Imprisonment a fine of

gling to adjust its economy to post-war ever things are honest, whatsoever thingsare Are you planning a home? or both.Walkietalkie.

problems, beset by strikes, shortages, and just, whatsoever things are pure, what- These Ideas: will American give Home you some, Architectural good outfit can be pur-

black markets, it would be well to recall soever things are lovely, whatsoever thingsare Forum, Better Ilonx, and- chased in some stores, but the FCCis

the unity which made possible the historic of good report, if there be any virtue Garden, Good Housekeeping, for not general yet ready use. to license them

a landings. It took the combined efforts of and if there be any praise, think on these House( and Garden.Do .

the American and British people, in and things." you keep up with naval

out of uniform. It showed the world that He is giving here a list of admirable news reading? :You All should Hands,, and Anay-Navy can, by iu npSrrpCPH

democracies were far from "decadent" and things, although it is not an exhaustivenor Journal Army-Navy Register,
that when spurred to action they could be an exclusive list. What he is stressingis Naval Aviation News, Our Navy, At th. Station Chapels. BirminfhaM'
far more efficient and deadly than regi- not the things themselves, but the use U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings.If Road and Prote.ta'Muslin >>.nu*

mented Fascist nations. to which they are to be put. He says that photography is your hobby, 0710-Holy Communion Chaplain E.i:
read these each month
Camera W.
Today, as the United States stands on we are to think on these things, meaningnot American Photography:, Popular, OW-NAT1C Andrew Bowls, Chaplain B:

the brink of the greatest era in its history, so much to think, but to keep thinkingon holograph, U. S. Camera; 1045-W.Divin.Andrews.Service Chaplain Fr...-

that unity is sorely needed. With each them, on these eternal decencies, on If your interest lies In music, ci.! Lee. Albert. ..
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group seeking advantages for itself, the these things which, says John Hutton, are there Is Down Beat, Etude, and Hour-Sraull YoungF Chnpel.
common good is suffering from neglect. of such a kind that if they were ever re- how Cubical your America taste in,music depending runs. on Dlfina Services Bsilding for L.tee lor4 FtrMBneJl'

I 4 Unless personal gain is made secondary to pudiated, it would mean the end of man. Do you know what la 1430-Sunday Chaplain 8ch B..,li C.) Small Gilbert Chapel
the welfare of all, and unless the strife This is not only good religion ; it is also In the world today? You going can on 0930-Chaplain B. 0, Gilbert.e'atholie | .

and bickering ceases, things will go from good teaching and good psychology. Quit keep well Informed by reading: 0700-Mass. .
bad to worse. A disastrous inflationary cy- thinking about the things that are discour- Sualne** Reek, Foreign Al fairs, 0 00-Masa.
Nation, New 1100-Mas .
cle with another economic depression at aging, base, filthy, and degrading. Keep Time KepiihlicNewsw( k, 1700-Ma.*,.

; the end of the road looms unless we learnt thinking on the good, the true, and the The above sampling does not include 1100-Sunday Christian) Small bti Iel\te thopul.turtle;
again the lesson of unity and harmony beautiful. We not only become like the any of the scientific magazines An Outdoor NurNrJ for small el.ll-
Let's all work for the future of America.Let's thing we love; we also become like the or periodicals on aviation to i dren and 1200.Werkxday la .maintained between 0900

cut out the petty quarelling, the antagonism things that fill our thoughts. "Think noble for which the library subscribes Also, Jewish KelifloM enw..
general reading, just to Kellfiovs Bernice sad
the prejudice, and the intolerance thoughts if you would noble be." time, the library bag magazines ,.pasathe (SCO- Friday Fellowshi, llsi|>Chapel.
In the
Let's make this country truly the Make these eternal decencies the very to suit your mood, whether Latter Day Balnla email rrU.

fTcatest in all ,the world, with an abundance heart of your personal universe, and "the It be to travel via. The National 1900-Wednesday--Mptual Small Chapel. l Meeting. i In
of everything for of God shall be with Geographic or to turn detective Yoaai Usn'i BiM cis..
everyone. peace you.
with Ellery Queen's Mjtry,Mag- 1830-Thursday, in Small Chapel:-,S.:
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6 June, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five




<. )! : New Leave Regnlolions





Issued For Civilians


I II
II I I Regulations governing the application of annual, sick,

or unauthorized leave to cover absence and lateness of

l civilian employees have been revised. The new rules super-

" cede all previous directives on the subject,

''I.I According to this new order no absence will be charged to

.Ii" annual leave unless permission has been requested and ap-

proved in advance of the absence. All absence from"duty

" I without-official prior approval is to be considered as unauthorized -

.
I In every case of unauthorized
I absence, the employee must notify thereof. More than one excused

his department within three hours I I tardiness during a calendar month
'after the commencement of his .
immediately subsequent To a
work shift ,
by telephone message
month in which -there have been
or letter or postcard postmarkedon three periods of tardiness will,
the first day of absence, in
likewise, be charged to annual
cases where it is not possible to
F leave. Department heads may also
make call. The depart-
a phone
take disciplinary action as pro-
ment will such employees in
a, carry vided in Station Order No. 101-43.
a non-pay (pending) status for the
W. period of absence. Upon return to Leave for the purpose of medical,

STATION EXAMINERS duty the employee must present dental, or optical examinations or
evidence and reasons for the ab- treatment must be requested in ad-
REMEMBER those Civil Serv- sence. If the evidence and the rea- vance, and must be supported 'by

ice examinations some of you sons are administratively accept- a certificate of the employee that

took a couple of weeks ago? able to the head of!the depart- he has received such examinationor
, ment, the time in non-pay (pend- treatment, and must include
Since it is necessary to have ex- ing) status will be converted, if the name and address of the phy-

aminers for any tests, and there the circumstances in the case war- sician, dentist, or other practitioner -

'T are more coming, we'd like you rant, to sick leave, annual leaveor visited, and the date and hourof
ii''f the visit.Employees.
' to meet the ones for N AS. Theyare leave without pay.
If not administratively accept- who have been ab-
'f left to right, top row: Theodore -
able to the head of the depart- sent from work because of illness
. Fritch, Jr., and William O. for more than three consecutive
, ment, the period of absence will be
Kincaid of the Central Office; converted from non-pay (pending;) days will be required to report, on

" Philip Myers, Accounting; Ver- status to unauthorized leave. How- return to duty, to the civilian clin-

o 9C ff non L. Gorsuch, Supply; bot- ever, where the department is ic at the Main Dispensary. A phy-
aware that the cause of such ab- sical examination will be completed -
tom row: John B. Inabinet, Dis- by a medical officer before the
sence is due to a genuine emer-
9'L bursing; Mrs. Nancy H. Sfbin, gency, serious illness, injury, or employee is permitted to resume
and Mrs. Sophie Geleneau of As- hospitalization, every effort will work. In all cases, employees

: sembly & Repair; Peter Cappsof be made by the department to should take their attending doctor's ..
certificate when
to
place such employee in a pay sta- reporting
Public Works, In the group tus, sick or annual leave. the Dispensary. The station Medi-
picture, left to right are: George cal Department will review and
Barker, Genevieve Ed- If sickness Is claimed as the rea-
Knight, approve or disapprove, by formal
ward Farley, Leonard Eubanks, son for absence, the employeeshall endorsement, all medical certifi-
and Michael Cascone of Indus- apply for sick leave within cates submitted by employees -
trial Relations. 48 hours after return to work. If applying
for sick leave. The review
the application is not made within
procedure will include calling
that time, the absence may be dis- by
telephone the doctor signing the
: approved.In medical certificate, and discussing
; ffffElZ VE 1UppLy addition to these require- the details of the case with him
ments for periods of absence in ex- when, in the opinion of the Medi

cess of three working days, the cal Officer, it is advisable to do so.
I .1- AROUND= SALLIES application must be supported bya When medical certificates are approved
= -
JbRtf medical certificate or other evi- by the station Medical De-
dence which must be filed within partment, absence will be converted -
15 days after return to duty. A to authorized sick leave. When

..y Plant Dh'II.lon-by G. V. 1'ota Leave Regulations signed statement of the employee medical certificates are disapproved -
:; -The first peace-time national Effective Jan. 1, 1945. indicating the nature of the ill- by the station Medical Depart-
io.! Memorial Day, and an extra day Section III By Clara E. Speer ness and the reason why a medi- ment, absences will be convertedto
off over the week-end were enjoyed C. When an employee absent Mrs. Lola Boxx (Yard Deliv- cal certificate is not furnished I unauthorized absence without

by all. Many of us went swim- from duty on account of illness ery) certainly has done her pa- may be accepted whenever it is un- pay, and disciplinary action may
ming and fishing and have eithera dies without making applicationfor triotic duty to her country by : reasonable to obtain a certificate be taken in accordance with Sta-
burn or some fish to show for advanced sick leave, the fact the gift of her four sons to the because of a shortage of physi- tion Order No. 10143.

our efforts. of death is sufficient to show a Navy. Her son Clyde, who servedat cians, remoteness of locality, or The Dispensary permit form will
Walter Reviere, who is in chargeof "serious disability" and to dis- Okinawa, was released from because the circumstances do not be used in sending employees to
the Assembly & Repair Depart- pense with the requirement of a the Navy January 19. The next require the services of a physi- the dispensary. If the employee is

ment's air-conditioning system, is formal application and a medical son, Chester, SK3e, who was at cian. Heads of departments win de- found physically qualified to return -
a proud fisherman. lie learned the certificate. Pearl Harbor and other Pacific: termine administratively whetherthe to his regular duties, nota-
art of catching black bass. See- (Signed) points for 18 months is receivinghis statement of the employee in tion will be made on the form, and
Ing is believing. lie brought in the LINDSAY C. WARREN, discharge from the Navy this lieu of a medical certificate will be he will report immediately to his
considered sufficient evidence to
evidence. Comptroller General of the United week. Bernard Boxx, Sic, has designated supervisor. This notice
for sick leave
the
Bob Roberts, Carpenter Shop, is States. just come home on leave. He Is support and request will indicate the time the employee
looking for some snails to start an 1 -An office order circulated in attached to the LSM 131, which approve same. reports, and the employee's time,
aquarium in his back yard, so he government agencies in Washington has just brought troops from the In no case will a medical certificate : for pay purposes, shall start from
won't have to take time off to go i D. C. Pacific via the Panama Canal, be required to support an ap- the time he so reported, but not
fishing. Well, don't let's cut corners." and is to be decommissionedJune plication for periods of absence of to exceed his normal working

W. C. Brown, also of the Car- 11. Another son, Maysel, three days or less. In the event hours. If the employee is found
penter Shop, is recuperating very has just reached draft age and that an employee has a poor attendance not physically qualified to resume

nicely from his recent illness, and INSIDE .signed up with the Navy, to record, or if the condi- his regular duties, he will be told
James R. McMullin is recovering make the family 100 per cent tions surrounding the absence are to return to his home, and his
an eye operation. Navy, and left for service May 28. questionable, conclusive proof of shop or office supervisor will be
utrom Engineering -by I. Boy'sit -I I PUBLIC WORKSBy She has a right to be a proud illness will be required. notified, using for this purpose the
mother and salute her! Unavoidable absence same form. In
we or necessary Dispensary permit
News is sc .c.this short week, so I
Virginia K. Walpole We are nroud of Tom Forrest from dntv. not in excess of 30 minutes such cases, no pay for the time
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nere is little creed oy an un-
known author a : Around"these parts, the monthof (Stock Control), an officer lathe : will be excused for adequate spent in reporting will be allowed.

{I' "Let me do my bit each day, May is catching up with June, State Guard, who was called out reasons or handled administratively Department heads will inform
l Let me work and love and play. the proverbial month for brides for emergency duty during the by requiring additional work or civilian employees of the tele-
i Let to bed each night -ths: time its Mary Kessler, the rail strike. The strike ended sev- by a charge against overtime pre- phone extension, or extensions,
Knowing me.go I have done what's only WAVE left in Public Works. eral hours later. Could that have viously worked beyond the regu- they are to call when reporting an
) The wedding took place on May been a coincidence ? lar hours. This should not be con- absence. Telephone calls made on
right.
;, Let no malice, greed 21, and the couple spent their Pauline Freund (Storehouse) strued as permitting an employeeto these extensions for the purposeof
envy
''r Fill heart- : honeymoon in St. Augustine. Oh, departed for Minnesota to attend leave work during hours with- reporting absence 'Will be con-

" Be this my my creed." yes, the bridegroom is Cpl. Don- a family reunion May 23. out first obtaining proper penn is- sidered official calls, and the sta-
Now that we are to get that I ald Skinner, of the Fifth Ma- As that was the night of thetrariportati'on sion. tion telephone operators will ac-

'. raise, let us be thankful and think rines, a veteran of three years trike, we hope I Tardiness is denned as latenessIn cept them as such.
: about those starving people" over foreign duty. Understand from sha got out of town without resorting reporting for work at the com- Leave regulations provide that

, there" instead of Just ourselves. reliable sources that he holds a to "thumbing" Fran- mencement of working hours for the granting of leave is the prero-
> Congressional Medal of Honor, ces Ditson (Follow-Up) is vaca- periods not in excess of 60 min- gative of the Commanding Officeror
: Administration and.! enonnelby a Navy Cross, and a few others, tioning in Miami Margaret utes. No charge will be made to his designated
representatives,
M. B. Wood-Mrs. Helen Hyder but the groom himself! is a little Abbott (Shipping) .s resigning tardiness
annual leave for excused and will be granted only in the
has returned after a short illness. discussing his awards.A to join her husand who
about is
sta-
Helen was much missed and shy as defined in this order, not in ex- best interest of the station. How-
very number of employees in the tioned in Memphis, Tennessee of three instances in cal
t' we are glad to have her back. cess any ever, no employees will be denied
took short vacationslast Issue Division enjoyed a visit However if fourth
Miss Mary Dunbar returned froma Department endar month. a I annual leave in those cases where
three-week visit with friends and week-end-Louise Bragg, of from a former illow wor'cer, tardiness occurs within the same such denial will result in current

1" relatives in Birmingham, Ala. Miss Transportation, for one was visiting Bessie Masters Crest..ude calendar month, even though ex- accrued leave being forfeited at
". hasn't had much time to in Georga: and Arthur Nel- Shipping Division was glad to cused, it shall result in a chargeto the expiration of the current calendar -
LDunbar son, of Design flew to Cuba to welcome Gladys Baldwin tackto annual leave of one hour for year.
1 make her but
reports on trip,
any
work after her recent illness.
before he leaves
visit his sister each hour of tardiness fraction
or
from all accounts it was a trip to An employee retiring for
for Denver. Helen Davis and Pete Our condolences to Ercil) Downs age t"}
be remembered. Issue (70 years) may not be granted ter-
( ) and Jimmy Downs
Capps of the Ad Building, wentto and weiner roast at the Beach
f minal annual leave either immedi-
Harry Ilartwick is leaving this Daytona and Miami, respect- (Stock Control), who lost their
I'r where he brother lasb week, in which 12 members ately prior subsequent to retire-
week for Flint, Mich., and not together, that is. Ross Downs, in an automobile -
ively part'cipated. There was a little ment. Instead, he must work
;, will spend a three-week vacation : accident May 20 in De-
I with his family. And then, there is a new girl Land, Florida. rain, but that didn't dampen their through the last day of the monthIn
Wonder what happened to they down here at the Ad Building- Polly McDonnell and Doris ardor for swimming. Marion which he reaches 70 years of age

Quinas the first day this week- Betty Wagner, an ex-WAVE. Tuskey (Stock Control) had some Fulchner got a "battle scar" inan at which time he is entitled to re-

ten o'clock scholars, uh! Barbara Faulkner, housing, reports excitement at their home last attempt to open a soft drink ceive a lump-sum payment for all

, A & R celebrated an extended that she was the only civi- week, the nre department paid bottle on a nail. accumulated and current accrued
S holiday last week by taking Fri- lian working on Friday after them a visit. A short rcuit in Dorothy Sterling (Accounting) leave to his credit upon the last

day off, too. Well, of course, all the Thursday holiday, and she a lamp caused their curtains to found herself in a very sad pre- day of active duty.
except the Time Section. They are was really putting out. catch fire, but no serious damage dicament the other day. After Terminal annual or vacation
always stuck with the dirty work. Forgot to mention I that abouta was done. having been to the eye doctor and leave may not be granted immedi-

Have you seen the item below dozen of the fellows in Design; Inventory and Bookkeeping Divisions getting her pupils dilated, she ately prior to separation from the
which appeared in the current issue threw a stag party last Tuesday had "a hay-less" hayride went home and found a letter service in any case where it U
!' of the New Yorker Magazine: night for Art Nelson at his from her' best beloved, with a known In advance that the employee :r.
COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF house-they served beer and played poker. They cay all hada picture in it, but .he couldn't Is to be separated from the
UNITED STATES sandwiches and so forth and wonderful time. eee to read it. service.



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WHRT DO! WHERE TO CO/ j

Ity Corner. It. 1-. Beebe

MOVIE SCHEDULE No doubt the troops will do

plenty of griping; about the new

NATTCShows schedule and the longer distance

I up to Galley Four. I am very<)rry
daily at 1400. 1730 and :i'OOO. Admission lOc
that this "had to be done but it
THURSDAY NIGHT IN PARADISE with Merle Oberon and '
is another one of tV econom enforced a
Turban Bey-Technicolor.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EACH HIS OWN with Olivia / by the rc uctlon in per. '

HviIland and John Lund. nonnel. There simply aren't enoughmen

SUNDAY- BLUE SIERRA, with E. Taylor.MONUA1' to run two galleys properly.The .

AND TUtSU.THE: STRANGER, with LorettaYoung I only way to get out the
and OraonVeill's.. chow was to combine the available
1 cooks and other talent in oneplace
WKONKSDAYBAMBOO: BLONDE with Frances and
: Langford
and make it with that. The "
Russell Wade. I.a't 11,;' ., equipment of Galley: Four U much
Tl1UIISI.AY! : SHE WROTE THE: BOOK, with Joan Davis and TIlE NAVY UNIT COMMENDATION! RIBBON ---- --- more efficient than that in Two
was
Jack Oakie Lt. Alan T. Tattersall during Saturday's Personnel Inspection presented by to and dictated its choice. We, hopeto

Captain Ford N. Taylor, Commanding. Lt. Tattersall received this fix up Galley; Two during the 0
YELLOW WATERMon and when the Sep Center
citation while summer
on temporary duty as Navigator with the Naval At*
through FRri. 1800 and 2000. Sat. and Sun. 1100 and 2000. Transport Evacuation Squadron 1, operating from Guam to Okinawa finally seperat Itself we may
No Admission Charged.TIC'lSDAYNo and back. These unarmed RSD's carried ammunition and mail move back.
within two miles of the fighting lines over fighting enemy territory The so called Summer schedule
Show. and evacuated the wounded.Lt. is made in onier to have more

""Hm.U SATl'KDAYKID FROM BROOKLYN, starring Tattersall entered the Navy in August 1942 and attendedthe time available for staggering
Danny Kaye and. Virginia Mayo. Pan American Navigation School at Coral Gables, Florida wherehe mess loads Some will like the

a SUNDAY-NIGHT IN PARADISE, with Merle Oberon and Turban received his commission Navigator. lie was navigator on longer afternoon for playing.
Bey. PBlY's on patrols over Truk and was attached to the NATS Squadron around some won't like the earlier

lW1U.U TUK.sUAY:: -TO EACH HIS OWN starring Oli- VR-11, operating out of Honolulu east and west to Kwajalein, rising. You will never get
via DeHavilland. Guadalcanal, Guam and Tokyo hauling freight mail and passengers. agreement on this but there i III
Upon completion of 18 months overseas he was transferred backto nothing to keep you from arguing
WKI NiS: AV COURAGE OB' LASSIE with E. Taylor.
the States and to duty at NATTC. At present he Is the Adminis- / about> it.oLeyttl .
THt'K-DAY- Show.TIiINGS rative Assistant to the Superintendent of Training and his home is on I '\

Beauclerc\ Road, Jacksonville
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TO DO-ABOARD -
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51EI ;:
MODii AlKl'LANK ('I.l'liNATTC( Aiidales) Meets Saturdaymorning New Program ,
at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg. Contest Saturday. 1400. Yorktown '
Area :;

KAI.I.KOOM DAXCK: ('L.\S ,-Every Monday and Wednesday at Now Teaches ontmHy

the Hostess House. Beginners class 1900. to 2000. Advanced class, NATYCene Jack l I.. Hell WI)., USMC
2000 to 2100. ARTICLE: 2: '
No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between The Teachers
these hours. : Duties' of (the Recorder: or Judge!

SWIM.MING-Pool; No. Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Offi As a part of the post-war train- I Advocate:

cers, Couples, Family Groups-Children must be accompanied by.par I ling program the Naval Air Tech- I The authority to appo nt a
ents. Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. a3 te nical Training Command author- judge Advocate is implied in power .
Pool No 2For Male Personnel only--Enlisted and Officers. Mon- oWe ized the establishment of three Instructor I to convene a General Court
day: through Friday. 0900 to 1100, 1200 to 1400 1500 to 1600 and 1700 and Supervisor Training Martial. The authority to appoint
to 210D( Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. Schools in the Naval Air Technical 1 the Recorder of a Summary Court
001.1'--Station Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all per- Center at Jacksonville, Memphis Martial is specifically set out by
sonnel. Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Auditorium don't want anyone to miss and Ward Island l Corpus I the 27th Art'cle f" the Government
: M mday through Saturday-1000-1700: Sunday-1030 to 1700. the NATTC story on the front Chris tI. of the Navy.

nOWLlXG---Slx Alleys behind Ships Service available to alt personnel page. Flash! We are actually Tnese schools are intended to I I The Judge Advocate or Recorder .
Monday through Saturday, 1130 to 2130. Closed Sunday. Free going to have a beer garden conduct three I is responsible for the proper
bowling it you set your own pins.. lOc a line for pin boys. I I At last all the parched and dry: instruction Instructor specific courses of discharge of his duty to the convening

Ml'SIAnyone interested in joining the newly organized band, I I throats around h'e will have s'I. for personnel; selected to serve training I authority of the court. It
as
contact Randals at Barracks 13 chance to o.uench: their: pent up I is h'B Juty to see that trials are
instructors in the various technical -
TKNM5" I Racquets and balls available at Physical Training Bldg. thirst! conducted in accordance with procedure
schools, Supervisor Trainingfor
513. There is going: to be a picnicin I net forth in Naval Courts
of instruction in I
IIO 'nss IIUstOpen daily 1500 to 2100 Saturday and Sun- the housir area Sunday night supervisors and Boards and decision of the -
day 11W to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. for the XATTC Da.ice Comm. these schools, and training in the I i Judge 'Advorate General and{ Secretary
'\. NATTC L1RICAKY Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through tee. The t'me is 1700 and all Techniques of Supervision Tor of the Navy.

Friday u'J.0: to 2100: Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100. I I members are urged to attend. graduates of "B" Schools. I The Jujre Advocate or Recorder -
ATlH.imc' iAK-Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training : Commander R. F. Blythe, Superintendent -
:
I should l crit'cally examine all
Word has (been received that
of Training, reports
Department. Bldg. 513 I all the basebal! scheduled charges and specifications, when
games that since the inauguration of the
IIO1UIY: MIDIOpen nightly from 1900 to 2130. Saturday and
received in order that he
for nt>Monday: and Tuesdayare flay
Sunday afternoon from 1400 to 2130. Instructors will be on duty Instructor Training Program on 1 advise the convening authorityof ,
cancelled.
the has leather craft, model airplanes and I hereby April some 70 men have completed -
when shop is open. Shop technical errors therein.
We take this opportunity to this course and received their any
plexrglasa. column from Yellow When: charges and specificationsare
welcome the .
SUI.vril.IJ.Game... in the Intramural Softball League are played instructor certificates here at
Water Gunnery School which in order it is his duty to
every: week-day night beginning at 1700. will appear each week containing NATTC. ascertain that the 3'ruled' has

all the dirt from there. The two courses, Supervisor received a true 'opy of the charges
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE For the last two weeks the Training for supervisors of Instruc- and (or) specifications( pre

JAIKSOMILLK/ BEACHES: -Buses I leave at frequent intervals sportswriter, Ken Kasp rak, has tion and Techniques of Supervisionfor ferred against him.
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing been on leave and Carl Br.nk "B" School graduates will start Before the court assembles the .

and other recreation at one of world's finest ocean breaches.. Bus I from thethletic Departmenthas in the near future. | Recorder or Judge Advocate

fare 25L.: \ really stepped in and helped The students selected to attend should see that a suitable: place '
NA\i MOl'IIKitS': HOSTESS( HOUSE 101 East Church Street. I with all the games and activities these schools are men technically I I is provided for court sessions,
USI.. CKNTKKS.: at 122 West Forsyth Street; 311 West Duval The NATTC Officers are going qualified and are sent back to I provide writing material and
Street. CSO WOMEN'S: DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. to try to have the much their respective schools with complete | several copes of charges and

(CANOEING riSUINO, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San ; postponed picn'c, that is If some knowledge of teaching procedures specifications." He should confer 0
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shoie Bus three blocks from last stop on thing else doesn't happen. The At present students are with the President of the! Courtor
San Jirin 110w Boats -two hours 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor spot is Goldhead State Park and enrolled in the classes from Lake- I, Senior Member to determine

boats! -*2,00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. all NATTC Officers and familiesare hurst, N. J.Personnel. time and date of court seasons
1I0 c>KJACK HIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA- invited There is a volleyball responsible for the I and I is charged with the resx| .>ncibility -

BLCd.: Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay contest and contest for the ch-1-: conduct of the Instructor Training of notify'iiff all partiesto
Rides. dren with prizes. So come and the trial.
Program are Lt. H. M. Woodworth, I
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ave un. Prior to the trial he should
Officer-in-Charge; Lt. (jgl> A. L. .
The Senior Duty Officer called interview! witnesses! for 4he prosecution .
Lawson and Mr. Orin Williams
Bell BottomsTo Bldg. fill to report that the area : and outline his plan for

needed policing.! Due to the fact ;;- ntll-; conducting the case. The' accused
Gabardines alt the students were in classes the direct. in which petals are : should be informed of the

Division Officer and Personnel being blown.A probable witnesses appearing for
1 Tim, week N A 1 fl'only separated SHUFFLEBOARD Officer tried 'to find something. beautiful :uahogony plaque/ the: prosecut'on! when counsel

li\ and t..ey all went to I adrift and the only thing viable( is to be given by the Welfare has been secured, all negotiationsby
flower petal and they Department to the Volley ball
J Jacksonville Separation Center toreee've were the Judge A ,vocate% or Recorder
: spent :20 I minutes picking them team winning the much contested must be conducted/ through
.. their di.'charges.To up. The subject officers are now I contest being staged down it counsel.

_" J''.\nonvillf, Flor da: Edward : working on a plan to control the I the Gunnery_ Range. End pf Part Tw.SATURDAY'S ..
B. Brooks, Sic; Daniel J. j -- --- '

i' CUecki, PhM2c, Jay O. Curry Of1'CfRf Q/l/t ilh7PVVIEI'OIC'CED INSPECTIONr. ".:

'. AEM2c; Willard M.. Davidson, .
; AMMJc: ; Paul G. Dill'ng, SCJJc; : I .
Thomas K'chard: Lal>rozzi, Sic; I Lawrence Kelley Lt. Comdr., ;

.i I, Alidor Phillip[ L!f '. Sic; Frank I USSR; Charles B. Calton, Lieut.,
; Uefijamin. AEM2cV: ; Iham H.I'lUSN; Curtis J. Lane Lieut.,1 I O
a._ a? Ray, AEM-'ic; Utman J K. :Setter:; I j '
USX WHiam H.
f Sec BUy: G. Dame, Sic Estill I' ; SumpterLieut.,
; ; '
f : ; l'SGt'orge; A. Bane, Lt. (jgl.>
; ... U Davis S2c; Theodore S. Dun
t: USNK: ; Eugene G. Gill, Lt. (jg),
can, "S{>A2c; ( "E" Frederick,
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AOMTiic J. J. llaffey, SC''c<:
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6 June 1946
NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Pace Seven a
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WATER NATTC IIIR RAIDERS Air Raiders WhipSt.



I ... -'. ...,... ... > .. Simons Lose
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5 ; t To Maxwell Field
: ': .
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ore Stinger fellows. From COWAN SOMMERSBEARDQM ; Score 4-3 Win Army
t \ ;
Vail the latest flashes from 1.' l :. '
vrll! 'appear in this colin :>' 3 1. /' Nine Victors By 3.2
(
ly. special, arrangement with s4a .:.:. ,
; ROBINSON x t--
,. The Air Raiders defeated the
NATTC and additional > '
copies of < ,, -
[/- ; '
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St. Simon's Island baseball
the Jax Air News will be ava'.1able ' ,." t {!. '. Hubby
,. ,
here at Yellow Water / / a score of 4-3 last Wednesdayat '

It. appears as though Chief : ;( Brunswick! Ga.

Lips will have to brush' up on his :: : .;/t The NATTOi nine started out

typing. The long arm of the .. ..1SJh.1''N. !:4.\ ;; ? with a bang Collecting four runs

pa.rut.'on center swooped down ., ",. ..,, '. << ..," ,,ti.' ;..f. "f4. in the first inn'ng. Smith started
the other. day and snatched three ".; 4' '. '.. ;:"s" .,,,' '; "" .;/, } ',.' 't fi ., ..J. :) ';"" error by Ramsdell Coddinjrton
key men in the training office. ; # ':. I
.;
They were: John L. Strait Vernon ;, ./<-<-., '"'',.., ',,, ',, CODLVM9TON'. / ',.. ;r.f1'1 and Rasmussen! bred out flrille-
I.. McCook and 1 II. A. Joiner, : "',;" ", :.:<,y...,, ;;,, '. .<:<; & cvtive triples sending! two runs
all \2c. : : aero6 LaHuHier then singled
( <
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$ rI'8EI7KES :
In the )last issue of the Stinger tfj )>>'?f" ;; : A; / ; '? sharply to the right ,,(scoring Hasmmsen -
.
we ran a picture of Chief H. G, -1< ; rr "S'UITI.JJlr.'ifr: ..,tT"I'fWi'\Rf'V.' : '; .,__'j and later stole home.
Hanson's June bride to be. There t : :;" U' ,} Smith was relic"ed by Sylvesterwho

were scene) snappy developments ;: }?I' kq ; held the Raiders to two

the case however and now the : 1 -,. ,. safeties! the! rest of the game
.
', 'Ai
iN' (
.In h f has a ht'aut'ful set of II' ;i: ; y' 'M;: Crawford, Pratt and Van Duiwi'

nys for sale. combined to hold the Islanders to

Did .you know that George Lu- three scattered hits All the St.

bin once wrote the bureau in I Simon's runs were unearned

Washington inquiring about his 4MARINAvy/m j v Ra musen' lead the Ra der's

chances! for getting a commission battmjr attack getting two of the
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There was some m'x' up five hits

however find an answer tame WWUEffVWOUStN' WSMUSSEV Maxell( Field Game

back stating that there already On Friday night the Raiders
was a I'&S' Lubin making the J dropped
) : thrilling ten-inning contest -
garbage run out of KeyenU- : 4PPAT : ': to Maxwell Field Ala., on

Needless to( say George forgot '} the local diamond, with a final

the whole thing I ill' NAULT K score of 3-2. -

Pob: IJoclf, AOMle, ha returnfd .. The NATTC nine started off
fiom hh little jaunt to Treas- .y .. with one run in the first frame,
'
, lire Island' He reports hav ng a 4M1.t add np; another in the fifth. Charley -

fine time on his! journey and even t y Naulty held the Maxwell
found time to visit his 'little r. Bombers hitless for three innings

fat w'fe". Those are hn own ; I and was relieved by Bearden in

words of course.Communications. I, .., ; ;}, :i' the fourth The visitors stored
"'{_d : ," r markers in
the
has become I JANSEN' single fourth and

quite a cat nursery the pat few I :;/ ; ., >: ,' )' ,: ting sixth innings the off Beardan knot-
2
weeks. ;;;; Q' up games to 2.
At one time there were I {; < .
." ,, ':', .' \ it The Raiders: mused their fo'g
as many as! nine rats on ,the
: Two ehancp in the last! o1{; the ninth,
premises mama's and
seven
II ; having the bases loaded with no
kittens that is. Pat on the backof ,
; one out. At th's
Schuetten-
point
the week goes to D. 1) Draperfor ,
berg
relieved
his, excellent midwifery and Ropers and took
also l chief dietic'an for the the situation well in hand Glt-Rne
aft
I Ii'COMGALLAGHER GLESMZ LTCQMDff.MW E.VEfi : hit a slow roller to the pitcher
kittens VTt hear he is going townie
II who forced the runner at home,
a nook on toe tunject : 1'J)1'l'Ht' A HOI*; near the positions they play are the members of the 1SM6 NA1TC baseball Pratt struck out, and Smith pop.

A great many" of u,' were sorry team The group in the center are the pitchers, the others range around the diamond starting with ped out to the p'tcher.
to hear that Chaplain Gerald S I the catcher at tne bottom i Trussell started off the first of
Bash has left Yellow Water. He the
--- tenth with a walk going to
showed off Friday 31 May for the Educational Services second on a passed ball by (;le8-
West Coat where he will becomea j ne. Harris promptly rapped outa

civilian: Good Luck Chaplain. TU .11"SHIPS. double to the right, !scoring the
Cues! s what fellow!, the pot High School Diploma I winning tally.

office) has!!! a great lover We don't I Jim Coddington and Ant.y Som-

want to mention any name hut mers got three safeties! for the
Ji I's initial are Stanley Hennmger ;i Received Thr rough' Testse Raulei while Harris led the

His! technique i ill strictly a Bombers attack with two in three
military secret though. tnes

II. J. "F. E. Boone of Lexington Only 10 hours of jour tim is needed to try for a high l '.. AB H TO A B
,
Smith
Ky." Add'npton just dropped school diploma. There is a L tterj of 5 tests each taking 2 COMPANY PROFILES[ Cod< nifton, 2b R 4 fj 1 2 4 2 S i 2 .

in to say gocdby. He shoves hours each to complete. The purposes of taking these tests II I Resmu.en, IbKohimm 4 2 11 1
off for Norfolk tonight and home I I, If 4 (I 1 0 0

In a few days.'! That ill if he are six foldLARGE : I Mauro L. Scali, Sic USNR "a : Cowan LaHullwr rf Ib 3.4 1 0* 2
0 0NTTG
doesn't decide to re-enlist. i - -- 1. Aids hign schools to determuie promising/ young artist," has been I Rerke.. rf S J 0 I 0 0

That's about all for th' week whether the examinee. very lucky since he came to the Horde II" 1.
s Glnnr. r 1 0
CROWD has the equivalent of general II 0
If Navy in June 1914, He was sent to
little Crll..ford.
you
ever run across any p 1 II 0 I I
. high school educati! n rnd is therefore
flashes that would look good in Great Lakes for Boot Camp and 1.. 0 1
qualified in this respect to Van Dusen, p 1 0 0 .
:print le, sure and drop over to MARKS SECOND later made Ship's Company where -
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the Welfare Office with them or receive a diploma. he served until being sent to 87th Total St 127\ -- 15 -4

all)) us up at Ext :129.! bee you AV. FUND. SMOKER 2. Helps colleges to determine and Anthony, Chicago. His next !St.! Simons os NATTC Jai
next weekSWIM whether the examinee can satisfy duty station was Tongue Point, Hung. Green 2. Sylveater mth Cnl.irom..

,,__ ..,,_ .. __ that part of the admiss'on Oregon, and the reason he hasbeen dinifton Robinson LnHulier .; .
n ":I "" /\ 6UAaA ,1'v ,
"' ,". ",'-" ..u"...."... ...'" ........- K m dt-l 2, (o| |*ilKf. Smith 2. <"..l I.h..II".
requirements calling\ for high lucky is that he has been ton 2. Run batted In, i.lanktr. Speaker,
I tion Fundamental Schools second school education. able to carry on his much loved Jon... ('o.l AND DIVE Smoker held last Friday night in 3. Assist schools art woik I 2 b..K. hits R.nmdrll, Brrkrn. S hate hitn,
the boxing area. Since these smokers in proper I Cnldinirtnn, R..mu.lfon. Stolen bases. ,
MEET TO BE HELD I be placement of returning v&terans. When Seals was only four :years Coddmirton t. LnHull er. lH>ul>l.- i,Uy,
to such
are a
proving success
Crawford h, Hord ..
4. Furnish counselors accurate old at his home in Youngstown to RanmuKM-n" L.H n
Welfare has planned an all- b...... NAT1C T. St Simon. f. 51,1..1f
measurements of the individuals Ohio he started and at
drawing
.
STUDENTSThe station NATTC Smoker for Thursday Smith 8 In 1 8; Sylvester| 2 in M 2-8,
.FOR 27 June. So all educational development in 13 he began his first painting Crawford 1 In t: Pratt 1 In 2: Van Duffn .
promising five broad subject areas. From that time until he finished 1 In 2. Base. on belt, off ylvwt.r
first ] boxers ship's company and students t: Crawford 4. Pratt 1: Van I>u...n 2.
\\rter.clus competition high school he won at I least 15
5. Provide proof to eirplojersthat :struck
should get in touch with out by Sylvester S: CrawNnl 4;
'in swimming for Aviation the individual has the equivalent prizes for nis : Pratt 1: Van Ihiwn I. tthrr
Chief Al Sinibaldi and start gettingin ; ;hhi
Fundamental Students wall: take of high school. education. paintings which : Crawford toeing pitthtr *m oftgemet
place trim for prizes that will be offered a 2:25.:
tomorrow night at 2000 in
Satisfies have been in art I :Sror' by InnlnuNATTC
the indoor Chief Sinibaldi can usually I 6. entrance requirements -
\ pool. Each class wall: .
I Jax 400 elf) cot-) ) a
be reached in the to several Naval Schools:
boxing area or
in .
exhibits
furnish' St. Simons ,
comptitors in all 8M.iwflt
and the class earning!. the highest at the Athletic Office. e.g. aerography. Y o u n gstown,
...
number of po'nts will le awarded The results of Fridays bouts I The most obvious fact about Cleveland 1 I NATTlJax) Field AB NATTC H 1'0 Jaw A J:

1 a ..anJ1Pr. This banner is to are as follows Jim Jarvis, AF 16, I i the GED tests is that they are in c Pittsburgh and I ::(meth .. II' 2 4 I
remain in the possession of the I won from Oral Teter, AF 15; effect, that th's man at this moment New York. I''Cnldmitton 2b II II 1\ I .

clang! until the class is defeatedin Blackie Tevnan, AF 15 won from and in this particular held By the time I.Jiobmnon;Raimuurn, If Ib 4.1\\ JI 2 0 1 ..

a following meet Thomas Mabrey AF 16: Jim Hil-! of knowledge has acquired a complex he was ready 1 L..Hulli..r. tblowan II 1 1 II .
Twelve events consisting)' of 50yd dreth, AF 13 won from Bing Bingham of attitudes, skills, habitsof for graduation I :[ .rf I 0 0Sommer. .

Freestyle' Backstroke, Breas- : AF 15; Ray Lindsay, AF 16 thought, concept, etc, whch: he was a famed ; ;Glean. e. rl 4 4 1 I 41 7 .1 ..

troke and novelty! ; races, diving, 'won from Les Short, AF 20. compares him with those of the artist. and; was i :i iI Naulty p 1 0 0 .

canoe tilting and medley relays I In the fifth round Ed Caba, A.F average high school graduate. I f. 'awaraea tWOI'Jansen Hrnrdnn' p p .1 0 1\ 0 0 A 1 1 1

will te run. 15, won from Bill] Bell AF 20; They measure educational maturity i i scholarships One entitled him to I j]Pratt p 1. 1 .
An exhbiton: in each of the live principal attend School of Art
Washington)
in diving will Louis Zimmer, AF 16 won from I -
be given by Bruce Harlan, run- I Bill Henninger, AF 16; Jim Geh- areas of school instruction. ,, and the other to the American : Tot.ilx S e s Ifl ThMaxwell 4
1 Field \
000
in the National English, social stud es, the natural of Art in Chicago. Scali I Kil 001-S
Tier-up Diving risch AF 16 earned a decision over Academy ]NATTC Jax 100 1(0( 000-2
.Comptt'lion and Jack Smith. Don Renguette. AF 15, Bruce sciences, the human ties and decided to go to the American M..w.ll Field AAB'T.. NATTC Jan

i Knox, AF 13, won from Jim Tag- mathematics. Academy of Art and at the same I Run. Truaell 2. Harrl. C"' fta.mu..n. Erromn.
Tnufcll, JI ,
JAX AIR NEWS Hone, AF 15, and in the ninth In addition: to being open Mondays time held a position with Haddon ,1j..llhbon, Mauldin Smith 2. Bemdnn"rriK.
Laurence Mee AF 16 won from through Fridays, the Educational Sundblom Studios which is one of Jansen. Runt batted In Harrm. Talk,
NAVAL AW TECHNICAL Tony Compagnone, AF 21; in the I Services Office, Building the ten belt illustrators In they I Nelthbor. Coddinaton Fanmnnwn Two
ha e hit Winkle. Harrli. Three bee Ilit".
TRAINING CENTER I last match, Rusty Atklsson won Saturdays I USA. He continued at the pace un- i ('o.ldinaton.l Douh)<1 plats. NeigMxir. f.e
Captain lord N Taylor, LbN I by a TKO in two rounds from : til he entered the Navy. I Whipke to Mauld: Lnllullier to (:,01.1"1" ....
Cnnmmadvi R U-rt P. U *bt, USN Left: on bH.eii. Maxwell Yield 7. NAT7G
-- ---- and plans, to re-enter the American '
8 I. Hit off Ropers 7 In S| irhnltrnher:
Editorial Offlces'V5or NATTC I entries are, expected and tile' competition ( Academy of Art for about one I 0. In 2: Kaulty 0 In 8; Reardon Stn I;

Section Rooms 137 and 138., NATTC MODEL_ PLANES should be keen and a half yean At that time he ball Jensen' Rniren 0 In 1 8:: Pratt Reardnn 2 In 1,8. JI\n.Ranrii.-" 4>1.n

Administration Building :300-A. It is requested that all men own- wants to go to Paris, France, to I'' Pratt 2. !strnrk out r>, Roger 2: 8<'hu|-
Tel. Ext. 208 TO COMPETE SATURDAYThe model motors register attend Fontlan Bleats an art tenberir 2; Naulty 8: Isaac 'I Pratt 2.
Adviiur ing airplane school there. Winning ptirher. phiJtenberir I...,ring.
t :W. AMlrcwii, Lt Conxlr. ChiC( ), model Airplane Club will them at Welfare or see Walton Next to art, Scali likes Italian pitcher. Pratt Time.; of game 1 2:40, Uni-
around the there in plrea Collar and Perrttt.
hobby chop
: '
.'1, Arilyi Re.lmanr: 8i,>(8)2) hold its first contest Saturday at the evenings. food and can really put it away. __
Newiwriler 1400.in the mat area on Yorktown. Chopin is his favorite composerbut tea in Paris and USA and attains
.
Muff Ann Donnell. fpXI3KporU ( According to Raymond Walton he likes most classical music. >prominence as a magazine illustrator -

Kcneth Kmivureli. HlI'hotof Sic, president of the NATTC Air- Chaplain, "My man, I will allow He came from Oregon to Jacksonville we will all]) be able to look

r*|>hi dales Mr. Doherty of the Doherty you five minutes of grace before and was sent to work in back and say that we knew him
a/edb) by Thnto let.. A*, fund Confectionery Store Jacksonville, the electrocution) Visual Aids where he was again when he was just a plain seamanat

&Mu.l CFhoM.umlvr and dlrvUon J. Ware H J CPhoMi.. U EnUno, has donated a new motor as the Condemned Man: "Fine, bring able to carry on his art work. In NATTC, Jacksonville, Fla. IA

prize for the contest: About 15 her in." later years, after he is a huge sue- World War II.

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RAIN HAMPERS I CLEARWATER CIOUTER Fliers 011 To CorpusFor



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SOFTBALL LOOPAction yM1 Two Crucial Tilts


in the extensive Mainside .. Play Two Night Games; -- J jt:' '.W'
softball campaign was limited to '
Intra-station play this past week, 'Split With Oceans NAAS : .- ?,,.' .
.
when heavy rains forced the can- '
cellation of station-city clashes. With most of their activity hampered barthe ,',

However, the games will be con- Jax NAS baseball squad left for Corpu* .

tinued next week and the two lo- this 'morning to meet the NATB Comets '< *

heated cal loops competition.VSB are still. rolling with Saturday nights The Corpus club is said tojt' : i / ..

360 has virtually clinchedthe team in the Air Training Conference, and stre gtt1enett.ttt t-- -',

championship fn the Admiral's belief when they thoroughly trounced the local NATTCen.

Trophy race, for they downed VSB ter nine by 1\-Q and 14-4 scores. Key West NAS was sche-

370 and VSB 374 last week to : duled to play the Fliers on 'Tuesday and Wednesday, but
lead the IATU outfit by a full
two games. The best IATU can travel tie-ups down there prevented them from making the .

for is tie for first trip.
hope now a
j _
place, but they'te got two gamesto $ In their" only games last week,
go and would have to win both the locals split with the OceanaVa. I three baseblows in four trips j
to catch the 360 team. Assuredof ( .) NAAS nine. Lt. Comdr. I to the plate, scored five runs
third place is VSB 367, with a Jim McCachren's boys took the I himself, and filched a pair of A
record of three losses and five wins opener from Oceana on Thursday bases. Catcher Ed Lippeatt stole
and only two tilts to go. 13-5, and then lost the Friday home in the sixth inning, tbe
In the Commandant's Leaguethe tussle by a '1-6, extrainningscore. first time an N/. man has done!
the trick this: year Schmagel,
Hospital nine holds a lead over .
the Marines but their lead looks ,J_#____"M"" "'.'.,w-""" '''':' ; ._.:';S'J._:ow.",:- ';: ': .... ::0.:, _,,'K\" ','y ,' Sixteen big! bingles were credi- Joe Wentworth, Bill Evans, and
ptiyii'; ;; as the Marines scoredan ted to the Fliers in their 13-5 newcomer Young all played good ,
BOB FORBES TilE FLIER first baseman from Clearwater
,
ball for the winners, Little
12-0 while Art Schmagel hand-
impressive triumph overa Fla., is shown as he crossed home plate after banging out a round victory, Charley Kelly paced Oceana with
strong Dispensary team last led the hurling chores for NAS
blow to right field in the second with Oceana NAAS last
trip game two base hits in five times at
29 the eight safeties. Oceana -
Wednesday May. Leading Friday. Forbes' clout went for naught, however, as the Oceana gang and gave up bat, and one run knocked in.
:Marines to their win was hurler got off to a 2-1 lead in the
nosed out the Fliers in an extra Inning 7-6. It was the first homerof Oceana turned the tables the
two hits and
Johnston. Johnston chucked first frame an
one- on
the season for Forbes but the husky batter has an Impressive next ,day however, 'when they .
but three-run second
hit ball in the
five-inning error, a
scrap and doubles to his credit and is the team's nerviest
number of triples overcame a 4-0 Flier: lead to take
the Fliers in frontto
for one of the best mound effortsto inning put
I hitter. their 7-6 in the tenth
Second baseman Bob win ses-
date in Commandant's play. stay.
Supporting Johnston's pitchingwas McGrath turned in his best per- sion. Charley Kelly again paced
I date for the Fliers, Oceana, for he caught one ofSchmagel's
the bat power of centerfielder formance to ..
tosses for left-. '
Manning, who got a home run anda I. when he knocked in one run, got a I .
I center double that sent in third ;;: j F
single in four trips to the batter's '.
baseman Kermon with the win- :: r
box. NAS To Be SceneOf n'ng tally. Oceana collected nine ? "
The Hospital had a rougher time base knocks from Joe Wilcox, ,1- ; .
of it Tuesday, 4 June when they : Skeet southpaw chucker making his "'' '
had to all out to Big Navy
go squeeze by first appearance on the hillock
the Personnel 907 team. 2-0. Instrumental : for NAS, and one more from 1
in the Hospital victorywas i Shoot Next Week Schmagel to nose out the Jax

twirler Strattner. He let 907 | NAS Jacksonville will be the swatters who reached Clyde Cuil-
down with but three safeties in i I otV for nine safeties. ,
cf Skeet shoot
scene a gigantic
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the medical to their
leading men
seventh win. next Thursday, 13 June, when Starting off with a roar, NAS
officer and enlisted teams from grouped together two hits, two
The softball leagues are now under nine large stations will appear charity bases, ana a theft of 1'
the direction of Lt. Comdr. O. By Frank Tours, Sic here to shoot It out in both team home plate by McGr,-th to waltzto

nard England, who has Under relieved Lt. Ber- It's only two weeks now 'til Joe Louis and Billy Conn matches and individual: champ their 4-0 lead and an apparent '
McGarry. McGarry'sguidance victory. -Jlowever, Oceana
came '
the softball program square off in the fight of the decade, and reports from the ionships.The meet is set to include five- back, to score a pair of runs in the ?-

here was fast becoming a feature training camps of the two heavyweights seem to indicate man officer squads and f.ve-man; second frame, one in the thiru, two .j

type of entertainment as night that Pittsburgh Billy is the sharper looking of the two enlisted teams from each station more in the eighth and then fed _
games were often held as they that enters the tourney, but the scrap in the ninth when shor r I :Ii
said be fast the and
Conn is to approaching sharpness speedhe
will be next week, between the only one team in each event can stop Jack Greenwell singled to :a
city outfits and the local Navy showed in his first title boutwith time.- All we wonder is-Who's I be entered by any one station. score Al Honegger. VAS had
teams. Bleachers are being set up Louis, while on the other next? ? ? Teams that have been invited to scored their other two runs in
'" at the various diamonds on the hand, Louis is talked of as being the shoot are NAS Jax, NAS the third frame when first base-

base, and judging from past sluggish and slow Reports like Banana Rver: NAAS Cecil man Dob Forbes smashea a
crowds will be filled to that should make many cast their home to field with .
they ca- Field, NAS Fort Lauderdale, NAS run right one
pacity on game nights. The NAS lot with Conn and it could be that Barracks 713 TopsIn Hutchinson, (Kan.), NAS Miami, man on. Forbes' drive was the N
teams have already proved that the two men will enter the ring on NAS St. Simons!!, (Geo.) and longest ball seen on Mason Field!
they play good softball, for they 19 June at even money. Local Softball the Whiting Field: (Fla.) outfit. this year. Forbes led NAS in the

have given the city teams some of Hoogman hands' The matches will be held on batting department with two for
their roughest competition Lanky Al Hoosman is the sparing League StandingsWAVES the Officers' Skeet Range, and four, and Kel'j and Honegger
----- mate that's giving Louis trou- the big tourney will be loaded were tops for Oceana with two .
ble (so 'tis said!', but many fight intra-mural softball with men that are tops in the for three and three for six re- ,
12 TEAMS IN ROUND fans probably don't know that Al ended hostilities Tuesday, 4 June, art of bird-busting. Awards will spectively.The .

is a top-ranking heayweight in hj. and the Barracks 713 squad finished I be presented the winners, and Corpus Chr.sti: : games will
ROBIN GOLF MATCH ; own right and would be the feature their play with a 9-5 victoryover I all hands interested in the finer be the b'g! test for the horsehid
attraction in most arenaS! in the Hospital girls to give points: of skeet shooting are invited ers, as the Comets arc said to

ATD HOLDING LEADThe the United States. Then it them the league championshipwith to attend. bethe team to beat in league
would be wise to note that Joe has a 6-0 record. The Hospital play. They had a record of three

round-robin golf 1ourna- shown the punch that cools the big squad finished second with four wins and no losses in the Con-

ment got\ well under way last boys off for quite awhile, although wins and two defeats both losses Lt. Bernard McGarryOn ference at the end of last week's ,
week, and the team holding the he has been taking quitea suffered at the hands of Barracks tabulations. Probable starter In

lead in the big event after the few in return. Unless Conn 713.The Terminal Leave tomorrow night's game will be
first matches had been run off shows some semblance of a K.O. WAVES varsity is still going Bob Forbes at first base, Bob

was the ATD group headed by wallop, we can't see him beatingthe strong and Lt. (Jg) Verla Hill May Play Pro BallLt. McGrath at the keystone 'spot,
Lt S. G. Kona. Twelve teamsare Brown Bomber-and he hasn't assistant WAVES welfare officer, Joe Wentworth at shortstop,
now driving and putting been hitting too well of late. announced Tuesday that the Cor- Bernard D. McGarry, the Hank Miles' in the hot corner
around the local links, makinga Conn backers maintain that )Billy pus Christi varsity will appear NAS Physical TraIning officer Young in left field Bill Evans In
total of 96 men keeping the doesn't need a stiff punch to whip here on 16 June for a tilt with the who arranged the tine softball center field, and Rudy
NAS course packed with excite Joe, they claim he'll simply dance locals. Last night the varsity was program at Mainsidc this year, in right! field. Ed Stewart
ment on tournament days. around Joe for fifteen rounds and' slated to meet Southern Bell in a went on terminal leave last Monday Bill Berner will be behind me

ATD won their way to the'r! win on points. "He won't let city league practice game after serving the Flier ath- plate, and either Pete Tinsley or
early lead by turning back the Louis hit him this time," they say. Following are the final stand letic department since 6 August, John Schmitz will start on the ,

VPB team with a winning margin Louis is no slow poke; he'll ings in the station loop: 1945. mound. "I
of 16 points. In second place catch his lighter opponent-and Team Won Lout Pet. Mr. McGarry returned to his NAS AB K P A srj G
Tuesday was VSB with: an eight soon-then watch Billy drop. kirks. 718 6 0 1.000 home in Utah, and he may go Evan McGrath, rt, 2b 4 a 2 S 4 I 0 2 s, "

point score garnered at the ex- The St. Louis Cards sure seem Hrl Hospital,.. 728 2 4 4 2 ..666.SJ3BrU. back to playing professional football Lippeatt 0 I 1 a I J
,pense of IATU. Trailing VSB to miss Max Lanier and Fred Mar- 722 0 6 .000 as he was a member of the )Forbe. Ib 6 S H. .
is the Mainside Enlisted Men's tin, (for sumpthin') At this > Cleveland Rams pto grid team Mile Young, 8b If 5 a Z 1 I I .I '

outfit with: five ;oints, the writing the New York Giants had (now Los Angeles: Rams) beforehe Stewart, rfWentworth i II 1 .
NAATC squad with three points, taken their third straight win over Four Bowlers From went In the service. While at .* i Z 1 I ,
and the VSB "Red" Instructorswith the Cards. That Mexican NAS, Lt. McGarry was a crack bchmagel p Ii I a "
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three points The remain- League dough should look good to NAS Doing Well guard on the great '45 Flier Total. 41 II 27 18
' der of the teams have minus any member of the Red Birds roa- football team, am.. was especially OCEANA AB )[ PO A

scores, but one match could bring ter-they certainly don't see too In Journal TourneyAfter noted for his stellar defensive Kelly KWS211: : : = :
any of them into the upper divi- many greenbacks at the same play Daifitu. If 4 1 1 .
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six games of play, the here Baird;; Ib i i i.
softball
still wide intra-mural league ,
open. four NAS bowlers who entered the : MGullott. 4 0 1 1 t-tGrttenwlll.
In order to make room for Baseball Team In Mr. McGarry also did much to rf a I a ,.
Journal tournament
the great number of players, the Need Of PlayersThe Jacksonville bring teams from the city league Waldman. tb I 0 1Thorns. "
found themselves with fair scorer, ., '
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in Jacksonville out to the base
tournament have been extended
days
although two of the pinbustershad Henry, e Z 0 I' ,
to Tuesday and Wednes- Filer baseball: team is In their first round to play the various station nines. uMarlana. 3bTotuli 0 0 5 5 i
off-nights
day, instead of just Tuesday's.The in dire need of new talent. In of bowling.In The games are now a feature SS : ,
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best-ball tournament is still th, past two weeks over fife brand of ertertainment that Butted for Ibaeh In 7th. _
going but has been the first division for the Fliers Mainside personnel look forwardto **" --.-.- I
on, hampered teen men have been lost to the Batted for Waldman In 8th. .
considerably by continuing horsehiders via the discharge I are R. R. Gray and W. Boozer. each week, and the new gamesare Score by Innlngi ,,

rains. However, the best-ball route Of the NAB team that Both men finished six lines with running smoothly with fine NAS OCEANA 111 200 003 210 I'0., '.J.
t' l matches' should be concluded by started the'16 season, only over 1,000 points Gray having crowds on hand during the evening Runs, McGrath I, Llppentt. to t
and Boozer 1,002. W. O.I ,
1,092 ,
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next Monday. scraps. Mile Young Stewart Wentur -
!lit still around to help
The interest shown in the two one man Steinke and C. A. McCain trailed Succeeding Mr. McGarry as Schmmrel 2, Kelly Datmtu Ibach. W r .*
the local cause.If I Ihotnai, Forbes :
man Errori t Me. .
tournaments has been very im- you've had experience cavorting the leaders after the first day tab- softball director is Lt. Comdr. 2, Wentworth Mile J, Stewart D...,.
pressive, and with the new mem- the baseball diamond ulations, Steinke with 979 markers O. England. Mr. England came Greenwell Ilanemrer 2. Run butted "I, .J i
bership cards already in effect, on and McCain with 950. aboard NAS last week from the McGrath. Evan, LIppettt a. Forbes i, .- .
And would like to help Wentworth Schmnprel', Kelly, Ibach. '
Flier golfing is sure to pick up out the station outfit, contact All of the local entrants still St Mary's Pre-Flight school in Creenwrll Thomai. Two bate hit, Lip.
in both the quantity and qualityof Lt. Comdr Jim McCaohren have 18 games left to play and If Moraga! California. At St. Marts peatt, Baird Sacrifice hit.. Evans. 'onf
players. either of them roll their best, they he was a member of the varsity veer' Stolen bane. McCrath Evan, LIp.
at building 726 (phone 593), Mile.,
peatt I Forbes Stewart. Waldman.
could well finish at the of the football baseball, and wrest-
or simpl stroll out to Macon top Double pia,., Mile to McGrath. lilt on
Buffalo (SEA) Santa Claus Field any af ;r..oon after 1130 heap. Boozer resumes his competition 1 l'ng squ'ds, and nat St. Mary's b"...., NAS 12, Oceans 10. Hits oft!
dropped around a little late this wor'- tonight on the Springfield alleys football tear.. boasted such starsas Schmairel S In B Inning; Thomas It- In 9
and you'll the squad
see BHM on balls off Schmnicl 4 Thomas (.
Parker Hah Frankie Albert ;
and will
in town McCain ,
but servicemen's wives Mrs.
year in? out Whether you are an Struck out by Thorn 5t by flchmnr'I l 2.
James Calamita and Mrs. WalterP. infielder or outfielder: pitcheror start again tomorrow night at and Len Eshmont. Before being Hit by pitcher Bchmamet (Walilmnn and
Schroeder aren't kicking. They be of Springfield. Both Gray and Steinke stationed it St. Gary's, Lt. Com Balrd. Wild pltche. Thomas 2. Winningpitcher
catcher can use
you
will bowl tomorrow night on the dr. England: was in the athletic Srhmairel: losing pitcher, Ihoma -
found $20 bills roosting In their to the team. ; Time of game 2ilS.; Umpire l Carr andMaxwell.
respective mailboxes I Southside lanes. department at NAS, New Orleans. .

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