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Creation Date: June 20, 1946
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-' Vol. 4-No. 1:i USNAS AND NATTC, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 20 June 194GJnx



( M 1.1 NAS Is Selected As Site Of





Swim Championships Next Month




Scheduled For 25 and 26 July;

LONG'VEEK-END Top Aquatic Stars To PerformNAS

.
'; ; A long Independence Day Jacksonville has: been chosen as the site for the

many week-end of the seems station's in store civilian for first annual Naval Air Training Athletic Conference cham- I,

employees. While the station pionship swimming meet to be held on 25 and 26 July, and

,: will not be closed officially on some 100 officers and enlisted men from 52 activities of the 4
Friday, 5 July, the Navy Department
paR has asked all activi- Naval Air Training Command are expected to be on hand to

I ties to curtail operations to the set up records for post-war trainees to shoot at in years

(s greatest practicable extent. to come.
'::' I Commanding officers have been The big meet will be held in the
authorized to grant employeesleave spacious 165-ft. indoor pool located
: 3 u.A with, pay, if accrued, or in the NATTC area and will be USMCR Aviation
r', ,-- I leave without pay, as may be open to the public as well as all
rt, : requested, wherever possible. naval personnel. I
.i.. A RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION was presented Monday Despite the fact that the event Unit EstablishedAt

il to Captain Malcolm M. Cloukey, A & R Officer here since 30 Au- comes off in mid-summer, the indoor -
gust 1914, by Jack Kavanaugh, chairman of the Naval Affairs Lecture SeriesInaugurated pool was chosen over the sta-
Committee of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, in a brief tion's many outdoor ones because' Cecil FieldA

ceremony in the office of Captain Anthony R. Brady, NAS commanding For of its size and Its spectator ac-
officer. The scroll, lauding the work of Captain Cloukey commodations. Dressing room fa-I
during his tour of duty at NAS, was signed by J. K. Attwood, presi- Student OfficersDr. cilities at the natatorium were Marine Corps Aviation Reserve
dent of the Jax Chamber of Commerce; Mr. Kavanaugh, and W S. other factor in its choice. Detachment has been establishedin

+f Johnson, general manager of the Chamber. Captain Cloukey left George Saute, noted physicist The two-day program will be I conjunction with the Naval Air
yesterday for Washington where he has been assigned duty with and mathematician, will de- highlighted by the appearance of I Reserve Training Unit at Cecil
Field it announced this week.
the Bureau of Aeronautics. was
liver a lecture on Atomic Energyat such aquatic stars as Bruce Har-
Lt. Col. R. A. Black has as-
the Student Officers' Audito- Ian the NATTC diver who is
sumed command of the detachment
rium here tomorrow night, the ranked second in the United
in series designed to States; Johnny HIggins, 1936 which will operate along lines sim-
first a new
ilar to the Naval.Air Reserve with
LOCAL NAVAL ACTIVITIES TO Stroke swimmer
broaden the scope of young naval Olympic Breast ; all members organized reserve
officers on matters not directly Jack Martin, former Ohio State
personnel. One of 21 Marine units
concerned with the Navy and free-style ace; Ben Grady, the
PARTICIPATE IN YMCA DRIVE naval aviation. University of Michigan diver; and which have been activated at vari-
ous Naval Air Stations throughout
Jack Ott former -
Attendance will be mandatoryfor aquacade performer '
the country, the local outfit
The Jacksonville Naval Air Station and other all student officers and will
naval
ac- be considered as part of their In addition to the regular swim will be equipped with late-model

,: tivities in this area will participate in the campaign to raise training. Other naval personneland ming races, there will be demon- combat aircraft. At present, the ..
strations of combat swimming and Reserve pilots will fly the same
their families who desire to
$800,000 for the proposed Y.M.C.A, Youth Memorial Build- listen to the lecture are Invited to water survival by men who were type Corsairs that are in generaluse

... ing to be erected in Jacksonville, it was announced this week. attend. overseas, and who know their by the regular Marine Corps.
business. There will also be The squadron will be composedof
0 While no dollar and cents goal has been established The 43-year-old professor is aquatic features taken from the approximately 42 pilots, 14
.'" widely known for his talks on
r-- --- ----- ; for the local naval activities, the atomic and its social and regular training given to Naval ground officers, and 175 enlisted
Navy drive will seek sufficient energy Aviators. To add feminine Inter- men. It will be administered and
r'; Naval Air Station funds to contribute toward the political implications. In his dis est to the big show, girls from operated like a regular, war-
cussion here, he is expected to
construction of a specific portionof the Miami Swimming Club will of- strength squadron. Members will
:: Services the building as a memorial to trace the history of the develop- fer an exhibition of synchronized receive enough military training
Telephone
ment and production of fissionable
t. Navy men formerly stationed in I material like and the swimming, a type of water show to enable them to perform garri-
plutonium,
{ Cut Sixty Per Cent the Jacksonville area who lost eventual creation of the atomic that has become increasingly pop- son duty in the manner known
their lives in World War II bomb. ular in recent years. Comedy will throughout the Marine Corps. En-

.;, Department heads were scratchIng Opening date of the campaignhas Dr. Saute has served on the fac- be supplied by leading clown diversof listed men who are able to spare
'i their heads this week, ponder- been set for 10 July, and the ulty of Western Reserve Univer- the country.All time away from their work will be
;. ing the problem of getting along drive will run until 10 August. sity, and is now attached to Rol- races in the meet will be runoff given an opportunity to take resident -
.: with 40 per cent or less of their Heading the effort for the Navy lins College. During the summerhe in meters and are to be con- courses at technical training
:;,' present allotment of telephones. I as general chairman is Comdr. is a member of the faculty of ducted In heats, with the finals in I schools. The training available in
r,. A drastic reduction in Seventh Warren P. McGuirk. Lt. H. R. the Mathematics Department at most events making up the night I the squadron will help prepare in-
* Naval District communication Newcomb will conduct the campaign the of Georgia. programs. There will be free- dividuals for various Civil Aero-
L. funds for the 1947 fiscal year is I at Cecil Field, Lt. Comdr. The University lecture is scheduled to-start style races of 50, 100, 200, and 400 nautics ratings, it was pointed out.
" forcing a 60 per cent slash of ex- 'I'' F. L. Lawyer at Yellow Water, at 1900. meters, with the back stroke and Flying periods and drills will be
, fisting'telephone services throughout Chaplain E. W. AndrewsNATTC.Comdr. breast stroke sprints being limit- held at such times as all members
'.: the district, affecting also all Robert Wright NAATC ed to 50 meter and 100 meter may participate. About 100 fly-
activities served by the Naval Air staff, Ens. T, W. Bradley-Sep. ; MILITARY TRANSFERTO heats. ing hours per year will be flown
: Station switchboard. The severity Cen, Ens. R. E. Hunter-Naval Appropriate medals for the first by each pilot. Pay and allowancesare

'<; of the cut is clearly illustrated In Hospital, and F. H. McKinley-cl- RESEARCH DEPT. three places in all events, and a based on rank or rate, and
the fact that only $71,000 has been vilian employees. handsome trophy to( the winning those in a flight status will receive -
::' !' allotted to the entire Seventh Na- The new Y.M.C.A: building, sore- team, will be presented by high flight pay.
val District for telephone services, ly needed will be available to all STOPPED BY NAVY ranking naval officers and compe- When fully organized the squadron -
l including long distance, while the members of the armed forces, it tition for the awards is expectedto will bear the designation of a
i cost of present services furnished was emphasized, as well as all other Navy personnel desiring future be of the highest caliber. famous Marine squadron of World
} ., by the Naval Air Station switch- groups. It will have a six-lane: civilian employment in naval research Aquacades and swim meets of War II now decommissioned, It
!/'\ board alone totals more than 57- swimming pool a complete health and development establish- various sorts have been held in the was stated.
000 a year. I club with steam baths, a large ments were informed recently by indoor pool before, all meeting Interested personnel are invitedto
i The cutback is expected to take ; gym, six standard-sized bowling AINav 306 that military transferto with the enthusiastic approval of visit the Marine detachment, located -
1 place prior to 1 July, and depart- alleys, craft shops, lockers and these activities is no longer Mainside and NATTCenter personnel in Hangar 14 at Cecil Field
ment heads submitted lists Tues I showers, a lunchroom, lounges, feasible due to the short period of but the coming July show and talk the program over with
day of the telephones to be retained. dormitory, and other facilities. time remaining before complete Continued on Page Four Lt. Col. Black.
, Continued on Page Four demobilization.There .
-- -- ------
will be a continuing need HOSPITAL GETS RADIOS I
And for limited numbers of civilian em-
Assembly Repair Dept.
ployees with scientific qualifications '

Now Under Captain Rhodes ever, and and those naval desiring experlen positions 2, how- ': 4

after separation should submit ap- H1$ H ,
either to the ;
plications directly
::_ Captain Braxton Rhodes took -- -
'.- over as Assembly and Repair Offi- served as Aircraft Material Officeron specific scientific activity or to the .
the staff of Commander, Fleet Scientific Personnel Division, Of-
cer here this week, succeeding .
Captain Malcolm M. Cloukey who Air Wing, Seattle, Wash. fice of Research and Inventions,
Captain Rhodes was commis- Navy Department, Washington D.
L., served In that capacity for the .
21 months. sioned in the Navy during World C. Application should be made on w"'
t past War I, serving as officer in chargeof Civil Service Commission Form 57 ;
The new A & R officer is reallyno the Mechanics' School in De I available at any first or second 5 a t., .
newcomer to NAS Jacksonville troit, Mich., at the Killingholme,
class office. If not available 'fit ; ,
post Yj >
.. .-........... England, Naval Air Station, and I letter application may be used list- A
j, as A &; R officer at St. Trojan, Ing education and professional ex- %

r France. He received flight trainingat perience, permanent home address,
' Pensacola in 1921, and then
and although recommendation of
:1 reported to the Atlantic Fleet
commanding officer is not neces-
( Ship-Plane Division for experiments it be submitted If de-
sary may
;: < on the Navy's first aircraft sired. I
d'a carrier, the USS Langley. Subsequent .
41 Among the bureaus and establishments -
duties included commanderof i
M1 l indicating interest in
Training Squadron 1 at Pensa
candidates the Bu-
MM.'y
following
are :
cola, Flight Deck Control Division
4 Aer, Wash.; Naval Air :Material
I Officer aboard the Lexington, a
Center, Philadelphia, BuMed,
utility plane squadron based at
.. San Diego, Calif., engine overhaul Wash.; and the medical research 1
officer at Both Pensacola and San laboratories at New London Camp

Diego and officer in charge of Bat- Lejeune, Pensacola, Philadelphia, .,..
tle Force Aviation Repair Unit in Berkely, Patuxent River, Guam, ., A I I
-
the Pacific Fleet. and Cairo Egypt; BuPers, Wash., 1 V
After his detachment from his and Post Graduate School at An- .:
** first tour of duty at NAS Jackson-: napolis; BuOrd. BuShips, Bu Yards CIIAKLKS MrLEOD, S2o, of Saugus, Mass., grins happily as
or the Assembly and Repair Department ville, Captain Rhodes was com- and Docks, Wash; Office of Re- Mrs. Monteen Tomberlin, president of the Jacksonville Alumnae
having headed this .vast manding officer of Acorn 15: at search and Inventions, Wash., with Chapter of the Alpha Iota Sorority, shows him one of the two radios
activity once before, from May, Port Hueneme, Calif., later goingto occasional vacancies in Washing presented to the hospital by the society last week for the use of
'. 1941, to August, 1913. Prior to returning the A &; R Department at the ton offices Naval Research Labo- ward patients. Actual presentation was made to the Red Cross
\ to the Air Station, he Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor,! Continued on Page Four which in turn presented them to the hospitaL -

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THE VO-VCS SQUADRON WHICH RETURNED to NAS Jacksonville] from the cockpit of his OS2U for a training hop. <14)) The Kingfisher rolls down the
Pensacola! this month after a nearly two-year absence is now settled here and ramp while the beach' crew holds tight to the lines in preparation for the launching -

training: pilots in observation-scout type aircraft Regular training hops are being Whe'n the plane is floating freely, they yank the lines, unhook the wheels,
flown daily from the St. Johns River, the first seaplane training hops scheduled and the plane is ready to taxi out into the river for the take-off H'i' ) Lt Comdr.D. .

here since the P-boat squadron halted its training flights last November (1)) A row A. Liane, seated the skipper, and Lt. Comdr. )t. L. Dana, the squadron's executive -
of Seahawks. the latest-type observation-scout aircraft, is lined up along the seaplane officer, confer on a training problem. The skipper has headed the squadronsince
ramp. <(< 2) The older Kingfishers, still widely used for training, are a familiar last December, moved here with it from .Pensacola. Lt Comdr Dana reported -
sight: having been used by the squadron here before it moved to Pensacola in the here last November from Pensacola as an advance agent for the squadron,
,+ summer of 1944. i i3l) Ens. F. W. Lawrence, a student pilot, prepares to climb into took over as CO of the VPB Squadron during its last stages here.
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Grace Millen, Mrs. Barbara Wig-
I III II
I
I gin, and Miss Florence Thompson. Separation Center
Hospital Good luck to all three

I I Reports Changes In ........
Tentative, plans are under way
ChatterThe for a Staff Barbeque and Dance. Administrative
II Dept.Several
More information will be forth- .
Red Cross promises a gala coming later as arrangements are i! REPORTERI I
time for all who attend the "Pro- completed. Be on the lookout. transfers and shifting of
Lois A. l..f'r, Vic I key administrative personnel dur-
gressive Game Party" in the Recreation -
ScuttlebuttKatey Mae style! : I Hall tonight at 1930. A ing the past two weeks have been
Welcome aboard to Corpsman Our Schenley Is once, again an
I reported from the Personnel Separation -
Wallingford, sister of Pep:, storekeeper full evening of fun complete with orphan as Teddy seems to have I I Center here. refreshments and hostesses.! !
here at NAS. Teddy is I found a new home. It looks as Captain C. E. Smith, officer in H'K:TIO\I Who do! >IHI think
stationed at Norfolk Va., and I though Schenley has adopted the : of the Officer SeparationUnit WH the moat outstanding military
expects' to become a civilian any I Also on the program for this I! Hospital WAVES very definitely charge has been detached and has leader'. during the war?
'
How do like Jax, evening: is a USO Show whichpromlst's because! she no longer wanders to ;
day now.? you to a be really good one.Il' Mainside. Have heard quite a bit reported for duty as BuAer repre- !SAM: ,'A('(.II\: F2c, Miami, Fla.
Teddy Unit 12-A and beIng sentative in Detroit, Mich. 1 "Well, let's see. I think that
Sorry to see so many of our Hospital # of speculation as to who is going
all-Negro Unit it will undoubtedly I Comdr. C. E. Bide, executive officer Patton was the most outstanding
faithful corps-WAVES leaving us, an to have the honor of taking her I ...
but all good things must end even live up to its title, home. However, our mascot is left for the Canal Zone to I leader, myself. Although their is
head the Office of Registered!! Publications some controversy about his methods -
Session. the ,
Drop by
"Swing
tually. Bert Crowley was one of no young puppy and we are afraid
the "lucky" dischargees todepartthis Auditorium at 180' and see the that to travel any great distance i, in the 15th:' Naval DlsI 'I' I think he really knew how
week Good luck! show. would kill her. Therefore seeing I II I trict. He was succeeded by Comdr. to handle his men and get: the

"A friend in need is a friendindeed i I I that Schenley has been referred I Ferree Brinton, Jr., former Operations II most out of them He was always

.'" Two WAVES want to I On Wednesday, 12 June, Alpha kto' as a "Regular Navy" dbg, per- Control officer. Lt. E. B. a good strategist.

extend their appreciation and Iota Sorority of Jacksonville haps it will be just as well to let !i i: Wahlgren moved up to the Opera- 'i IIAKKV JOHNSON: ARM3C, New

thanks to "Betty" O'Kane for the presented the Red Cross with two her spend' her remaining days in tions Control billet. York, N. y __"

good deed she did for them last new portable model radios for the the Navy. I.I.I' I Lt. Comdr. E. H. Spencer, the "I think Halsey is the man. He .
Ft Iday. use of patients here at the hospital. __ .------- Center's public information officer -'I was the most outstanding naval

A certain MAA in Barracks 720is The presentation was madeon I' llunlington.V.. "'a, <( going on leave and we shall be Ward A-7, after which followeda Dressed to kill, slightly built, 19- i I was replaced by Lt. (jg) J. Lyle I 1 Mitscher, and others. As head of

forced to get along without her planned program complete with year-old youth appeared here ,! Williams, I I the Third Fleet during the early

cheery voice announcing over theP. refreshments. A good) time was wearing 11 shirts, two pairs of I I 5.5"I 1 part of the war, the attacks made

A. system each morning "It's had by all trousers, and two sweaters in addition I just met your friend Bill, and | at the Gilberts and Marshalls and
OCt) --It's a beautiful day; 0600, to the normal attire of top he had a pinched look." Guadalcanal and Solomons couldn't .

get cut of those sacks!" Have a The following nurses were detached ; coat, jacket, underclothing, shoes I "Oh, he was walking between i have succeeded without his expert'
good time, Steve.A for Separation Centers dur- and socks. two cops." leadership."
,
ing the past week: Lt. J. H. I --
IIAKKV IIAHDKK: :, AMM3c, Paxton -
party was held Monday evening Thompson. Lt. I ijg) B. A. Smith, I HAPPY GAL Ga."Eisenhower.
I
for Lieut. i ijK> Virginia Up- Lt. Ijgl) M. R. Ryan and Ens. G. I he is a v.ery; good:
non, about to weigh anchor end A. Dean. Good luck to all of you! I I man. He was the Tavorite of the
depart for civilian\ life. The affair We also wish to take this opportunity enlisted men and took care: of
was in the form of a steak and to welcome aboard Lt M them That's one thing you can't
thicken dinner starting at 1900 atShtthan'lI M. Peterson who reported here say for MacArthur. Eisenhower

Restaurant in Jax. Besides i from the First Naval District, hav- was also a superior organizer as
the surprised guest: of honor, ing recently completed a tour of well as a leader of men."
the: party was attended by Comdr. I duty in Guam.
GtOIWt1"SOX, AMM3C, Philadelphia )-
I
Edith Stallings and ex-WAVE
Helen Holroyd, in addition to the I If you'd like to have a pictureof Pattonhe, Pa.
"George stayed right
WAVE Administrative office force to send home to that"special"
yourself
1k _
with his men when the going: got __ -
and the barracks MAA's. Three someone just! watch for .
I tough. He had the respect of his
leave, Virginia Winkler, the prctographer on ward.
gals on your +F
7v f' 3 men- enlisted and officers! alike--
Ruby Ebert, and Barbara Voight, The Red Cross Duval County mod.s1414 .
although his methods were alwaysa
went their best wishes via Western Chapter Camp and Hospital Coun-
I little rugged, he succeeded in
Union, while those sponsoring the cil is sponsoring this project of what he started out to do."
party let an orchid convey their 'hating group pictures taken of I I
sentiments to Miss 'Upson. I patients on the various wards, and DAX III'IISOV, Sic Long: Beach,
i }prints! vt these! pictures may be Calif.
Won't somebody) do somethingabout secured by the patient Watch I' "I think that MaC 11'hur wary at

the new bus station in Jax ? for the ward schedule! on the a 4$ -S the_ start of the war, and Eisenhower .
Jt'e swell that you no longer wait I weekly Red Cross Bulletin. 1 at the end, but that Pattern

outdoors in line at the corner, and was by far the most colorful man
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we all think it's a big improvement Chalk up another victory for \ of them all. MacArthur had It

,, now that you can hop off the the WAVES Softball Team. They plenty tough going right after
air station bus and onto one heading I| trounced Southern Bell 26-13 in an Pearl Harbor, but he succeeded In
for the beach without walkinga '1 excellent game of softball last doing almost the impossible

half dozen blocks. But have i I week. This was the first game KIM. IWOWN, S2c, Milwaukee, .
pity on the poor people who were i for the Town League' and if succeeding Wis.

on leave when the change occurred I games ate as interestingand "Mitscher that's my choice As
people like Ruth Dobson and exciting, they should be well leader of Task Force 58, he dida
Maxine Moorewho waited and worth feeing. How about a little wonderful job of playing hide

waited and waited on the corner support for the team in the way and seek, so much so that you
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ui til some kind soul finally gave of a cheering section! never knew where they would turn
t Ihth m the word. (They weren't the LT. (Jfi) VIROIMA UrSON. WAVES OOD and barracks supervisor up next Under his guidance you
only" ones, however, ) Such drastic The Navy isn't the only outfit smiles happily as she cuts into the huge cake which graced I could always count e>n them to'
.Krigeg an this taking place in I waving farewells these days- -the the table at the surprise party held for her in the WAVES chow hall I I turn up at the right place and the
JaStf'tis no wonder people get Red Cross said goodbye to the following last week Miss Upson will leave some time after 21 !June for civilian right time and doan excellent

felled up. i : members'of its staff: Mrs. I life Another party was held for her Monday in Jacksonville. I ob," I


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it 1 MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

THURSDAY J

"SHE WOLF OF LONDON," with Sara Haden: Shows at 1730

I and 2000,

MtID\Y 1
t : ; I "DRESSED TO KILL featuring Basil Rathbone. Shows at 1730
>" and 2000
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SHKDYM SUNDAY '
"ANNA AND THE KING OF SIAM starring Irene bunne.

: 'W"i Shows at 1430, 1730 and 2000.MONDAY

"WITHOUT RESERVATIONS," with Claudette Colbert. Showsat
i 1730 and 2000.

TIThSlMY ANI \\ hDNEsllYTitle
to be announced on theater bulletin board
I tgAN '
I TIIURSDIY
i "THE MAN WHO DARED," with Leslie Brooks. Shows at 1730

and 2000.
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;: I t tt STUDENT OFFICERS

: RsD\Y AM) FRIDAY

I 2000"CENTENNIAL SUMMER," .starring Linda Darnell Show( onlyat

SATURDAY

"KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY" with Lana Turner. Show onlyat
2000.

tial M'NDVY
"DRESSED TO KILL," featuring Basil Rathbone Show onlyat

4'r' Clustered around this central cloud that mushroomed in the target fleet 2000,

up last \ugust when the atomic bomb was Center left-I.(nation of Bikini Atoll, scene of the IO\im ,IND TUES.D\Y
"ANNA AND THE KING OF SIAM with Irene Dunne Show
cropped on Nagasaki are background pictures of the first test.Center.
at 200)
t atomic bomb tests to be held at Bikini Vtull in July. Ri Approximate disposition of the target > only
WEDNESDAY
Top Center Vice .\dntiral W. II. )'. lilandy, USV, fleet, with some of principal targets named. "WITHOUT RESERVATIONS" starring Claudette Colbert Show
:txnmander of Joint \rrny and Navy Task Farce One, Bottom Center-Nagasaki after the atom bomb attack only at 2000,

which is conducting the tents. last Vueust

Top rt-F6P drone and control planes will fly off/ Bottom Left-101-mm. howitzer, one of the weapon OTHER 'EVENTS .
USS Shan\tri.l.a.\ to he subjected to the blast for test purposes I

lop Right-UfeS Saratoga, oif of the 77 naval craft Bottom KiKht-I ire fighter training for the tests : ATllLr/lIC GE\K-Available at Mat area. Yorktown Avenue and
' Mustin Road 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily and at Gear Room, topside *

.;, Atom Bomb Tests Will Guide Navy Bldg, 726, 0800-1700 on work days.

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-U MODELIKPLNh SHOP-Rear of Bldg. 39, open 12002100
daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 MondaysIMWLINO .
. In Future Construction' And Tactics
-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building ,
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No. 3. Alleys open: from 1100.1400 and 1650-210': Mondays[! through
(SEA ) On 1 July, weatherpermitting
a huge B-29 will drone given off. The temperature at the ondary fires and internal explosions Fridays: 1700-2100 Saturdays and Sundays,

high over 77 naval craft at Bikini center of the explosion will be hot- : as engineers and scientists 1IOXINO For information regarding workouts, contact L1eut.I .
Atoll When the bombardier observes ter than the surface of the sun. 'begin the long and detailed task Comdr. A. J. Rubino extension 593: or report to Mainside Mat after

i the U.S.S. Nevada, center of A wall of air traveling l.000 miles of reading instruments and measuring I 1500.

the target in the proper }positionin per hour will rush out. Heat and damage Interpretation of VINslDK I,Ol'Mih-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
his bomb sights, he will press sound waves will streak in all directions the collected data will help de- I the South wing of Building No. 935, is open to MAS personnel and f

the button to start an atomic bomb at the speeds of bullets I I ternune tuture Navy construction, I their guests from 1000 to 2200! daily Available for wedding recep-

screaming down on the fleet I The pressures will make a vast strategy and tactics, as well as tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-phonograph ,

On the decks of observation saucer in the Furious winds provide information of value to i available for use of all hands.

ships I approximately 20 miles a wa)'. will rip away decks. and heat will ground and. air forces and. civilians I.Hill.Mil'-Located on second deck Mainside Recreation Build
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crews, scientists. melt and buckle steel! plates. ---_. ----.--.- ing No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday Saturdayfrom
and reporters will Huge (loud Mushrooms 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
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be ordered to put J A cloud of radioactive: smoke CommercialBulletin SWIMMING ,Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming,

? on special goggles will surge into the sky. Through 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, Mon-tri 0800-1900. Sat 10001900.
to protect' t fir the mushrooming mass will fly the Sun.' 12001900.

their eyes j radio'controlled drones equipped to ( OI1"-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
As soon as the iBJD I capture samples of smoke that will llullctint Mill I'" arrrptodl until space and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are.available at Golf
: flashes Iraq. ttffn Idled Est.; II:'ilIOK : '
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Golf Course
House Bathing trunks prohibited on
3 yield knowledge of the heart of
,.. "B,>mb Away it | the explosion. SAIh I' ,\\CIIOKAGh-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

.- -; will turn and put' I Wwllnit mix set with. live ant di Hinjnls cards and uniform of the day). 1730 to -300. Located south of Mason
rt4' 10 or 11 miles between 5 Waterproof cameras and measuring First forty dollars takes It. Field
devices on the reefs of the Miteod txlensl 315 ,
it and the I atoll will collectt 1 new l baby buxxy; 1 used bulhlnette I, TKNNls-Racquets and balls are available at the, Physical Training
blast: Other both f.>r $:.11). MUB Norman *t.. Dewey Building No 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
data on the gigantic PJI 1 k.
planes will have 1// I Yorktown Roads
t I )
b" dropped- by para. waves that 3 rooms of useable furniture In good .. u h_ _._..&..-___
condition, will sell c11l'ap.lake mean
:": ) c hut e Inlltl'u, Protective ClothIng are expected to IIrrel': Lt L )in.Ir. J. V. Schilling. I :5 day a week Chief Mickys. Tel. driving and expense Pendleon lei I'
rev nients to record and measure the sweep over the 4VM 1. Tlinunujna R.f. Tel J-Ib04 or 7.52\1;!, 3-d3.D! 6 & T p m. ;
furnished by Navy bedroom furnished apartment or
area. Ext 8)*). 3-room apartment
I'" I explosion Moving toward the Sinner sewing nuhlne. treadle model couple around August 1. Riverside oi h.iu.... $23: reward for infurnmUnnMi ,
bomb will be robot planes filled Since it is an- :1)-'eoJr! guarantee, $50, L1 bdouse, MUl'rav-HIIi sections Hunt. '\OM2ifcxt : '. I '. Haas Tel. 2-0014
devices. ticipated that the Evt479 oi Ill:) ; 559 01 baleen Hunt YU, Jo"l.; | I Electric refilgeiaOr Chief Mathewson;
;. with recording Test I IAnimals water will be- RenihKt; threes.>neledilc raorusift 715. I I 1, Tel 781il
In I tee I 1 week $15 Ross, k\l; 858S j oi 3 lx.lri>.m furnished hniM or TRADE
rn: i Oaly living things on the ships come free of ra- '34 Hut-ion leriaplane motor In KH)1coti.lillii apartment foi 2 war widows. with 2 '41 Plymouth coupe. A-1 condition for
;; dioactive particles : : : i babies t\t Alol oi Tel i lbO i "
be rats, pigs, mice and sheep good tires fair lady. $ i5i), 41 or 42 Plymouth convertible
t will Several hours before more slowly llagoolt. Maicus deundlUh, 821 Gilmore stIxtwecn .. I A ride Horn Paul Jones Drive to VXS. < Chief Older, hxt 1j.'M.I.OST: .
# the hours ot tf:M and S:00pm working hours 8:Ji)-4:JO. Hospital
officers and than air. aircraft service Store Miss Mike Jacobs "
oi Tel. 74136.: ( Shill|
men will have will bear the first i Woman pink evening gown' size 16 I 7841 Paul Jones Drive or lei W >man't Hamilton wrist watch squaresold I
observersinto the i never Ixen woip; Ja\ 91142 I 5-lllIt! oi )hit W7Fuinlshed : case. engraving, on back I Blanche '.,,I
evacuated the '37 Studebaker tudor, couth. motor fall' or unfurnished house or from" Uncle Paul and Auntie. 110)).
syi target ships A groupof five K'"I.' 1 tire. rddlo. Lt. R. J, smith, apartment convenient to NAs n.> Lost Wednesday 12 June In or about
ft. When the bomb motor gun.Sf'ar"MII11i s Control 10 BoJ t\t S nl} 1 children Lt. (Jtf) K. /eNltr EMSISs the commanding offUxr cluti {toward
API'dr< I
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I rigs J 2fI'H Her-
boats will t I i lead I: J.
heat Tented \\ .ANTFDWdnleli .
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explodes, the sutfaee vessels Late model automobile. any m<>5IOUND .
\ capable at close ","o rent: House or apHrtment reasonably pi t.'t'd. must lie In good
--- range of vapor- \\lll Held Data I 1'i'eler furnished Call (CJit[ Allied m-Hhmc.l eonditlun I It Ik," 1,'runlfrKxt '41 class rint, with in Hat "P" found
i known control will Williams l. fxt; 8JW" NVTlt MAD 216 or 217 In bottom ot the Mainside Swimming,
izing all Damage parties 3 oi 1 Idem from College & KInK or RUt t.) New York fur exsilltr and pool Saturday June 13 Ardlff, Comnils -
I Anirrnls !',*.:. Part matter will be swing into action to control sec hllani, Ave. & King t.) N.V>. 84 30.I I Mire on 25 or Ju of June. Will share jury store, or Lxt S:; tlJAXSOIM .
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J11 xBiuiL Letters To The Editor VVILCO

To the Editor:

Editorial Office It seems to us that something should be (MA(1frGATE ;..
Office 01 Public Information, Room 221
done about the in the
Administration Annex, Bldg. 954 disparity regulation .
Telephone Extension 8342 concerning guests at the gate. We've noted

Arthur At. Greene, Editor that officers can bring any number of civil- .
Frank Tours, Sic, Sports Editor ian friends aboard at any time of the dayor

Bob Jones, Y3c, Art Editor night with few questions asked, but if wet .
The JAX AIR NEWS: t. published Meekly at the U. S ,
Naval Air Station. Jacksonville. Florida by the Office oj t happen to be dating a civilian or have par- pQ Cll i
Public Information at no expense to the government and I e ents or friends visiting us, it is next to im- e O y
with Secnav Circular Letter '.- 28 May 1945, ,, 1 e ':\' '!
Copes 526b possible to be allowed to have them drive ,
are dl t of charge Naval ASUtlon. 0 .
tlr'r \
the Naval Technical Center, th: ,
mining us down to the barracks after 2100. We'r '1,
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command :
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Naval i supposed to get out of the car at the gate : '
Air Gunners' School the U. S. Naval Hospital and th ', "
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Mayport, and wait heaven knows how long for a sta-
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Dnvlton, tion bus, or pay 10 cents on the city lines.
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training I-
Believe us, it's no fun standing and waiting ,'
Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN. Commanding ,
for bus
at
Jacksonville Naval Air Station a midnight or one o'clock in the
morning. Can't something be done about
'I' N. Taylor. USN. Commanding
CapatAi Technical Training! CenterCaptain this situation?

Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding Wondering
U. S. Naval Hospital

Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USNR, Commanding
Naval Personnel Separation Center 1."It'sh .

It. Col. Alexander A. Vandegrift, Jr.. USMC. Commanding Professor Praises Veterans
Marine Barracks e

Captain R. R. Brlner USN, Commanding! (SEA-Veterans are proving a healthful -
Naval Air Gunners School and stimulating influence in the nation's

Commander Howard E. Born. USN, Commanding colleges and universities, according to Dr. .. "
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field Hardin Craig, professor of English in the

Curt. Albert William USMCR University of North Carolina. Less interested
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe all right, he'sh a friend of mine."
in social affairs and in watching atlfletics
JAX AIR NEWS receive Shlp'a Editorial Annotation ma
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without they make far better grades in- their
perm l.llon of SEA Washington 2$, D. C. Republication of anethrr studies than civilian students. NAS Jax
matter, except by service publications li prohibited I BOOK SHELF I
without permission of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. The professor suggests "it is just possi- Continued from Page One

ble that the men who fought to save the Biographies of other lands are promises to surpass anything; pre-
Polio Precautions liberty of their country in war may be will- good introductions to the people sented here yet. Representatives
ing to work to save its intellect and its and customs of those countries. of national magazines and the
With the advent of summer weather, morals in peace." Among some of the most outstanding -
newsreels may be on hand to
in the Station Library collection -
"
poliomyelitis, the dread "crippler, is again are the following: cover the event. Teams from all

rearing its ugly head. Bulgaria -Todorov, K.-BAL- over Florida will be represented,
Last week Miami reported 64 cases in Just A DreamSEA KAN FIREBRAND, the autobiog- u will Texas, Iowa, Georgia,

Dade County so far in the current outbreak. raphy of a rebel, soldier, and Maryland, Virginia, and Louisiana,
Other parts of Florida have been suffering ( ) Post-war opportunities and statesman. to mention but a few.
American servicemen who had elected to Burma-Seagrave, G. S.-BURMA -
from sporadic outbursts of the disease. Unless something happens to
SURGEON and BURMA
North Carolina, struck hard by an epidemica remain in Australia are both becoming scar- SURGEON RETURNS. brighten the present dark outlookof

few years back, set up a quarantine pro- cer in the "down under country." What had China-Chang, H. H.-CHIANG the Flier swimming team, NAS

hibiting Florida youngsters under 16 yearsof appeared like a "southern Utopia" to some KAI-SHEK, Asia's man of destiny. Jacksonville embarrassing may position find itself of playing in the

age from entering the state to attend servicemen is beginning to vanish like a England-Kraus, R.- WIN- host to a championship swimmingmeet
summer camps and resorts. desert mirage. STON CHURCHILL; England's and not entering the compe-

Planes the Miami with Though they like the Australians the war-time leader. tition for the team trophy. Lt.
even sprayed area Finland Paul King, the NAS ..
-Arnold, E. FIN- swimming
DDT in an effort to halt the spread of infantile I bright sunshine, and the long leisure hoursof LANDIA, the story of Sibelius coach, has but three or four men
paralysis. Locally, the City of Jack- Australian workers, they miss American Finland's great composer. with which to build a team worthyof

sonvile has instituted a "clean-up" campaignto sports and American business opportunities. France-Ludwig, E. -NAPO-i entering the event. An urgent

keep garbage cans covered and to keep Robert E. McKinney, treasurer of the LEON, Emperor of the French. ming call Is ability out for to all report men to with Mr.swim-Kingat

children from playing in unsanitary areas American Australian Ex-Servicemen's Me- Germany- Ludwig E. B I S- Bldg. 726, or to 'phone him at
where, it is suspected, the polio germs may morial Club, believes that 90 per cent of the MARCK the story of a fighter. ext. 893. If you have had any
be carried by flies. 1,000 Americans discharged in Australia Holland Wedgwood C. V.- experience in the big tank or if
WILLIAM THE SILENT, Williamof think have the
you you qualifica-
While at the present moment there is no will eventually return to the U. S. Nassau, Prince of Orange. tions to develop swimming talent,

sign of danger in the Jacksonville area, a Control exercised by the Australian government India Nehru, J. TOWARD you can be of service to your sta-
timely reminder about sanitary measures over the workers, difficulties in FREEDOM, his autobiographyWritten tion. If you're a diver, free stylist,
-, .. While he was in nrison.. back stroker, or breast stroker
and personal hygiene seems to be in order. starting ineir private pusmesses or m Obtaining --- --- r------ get down to Bldg. 726 today.
Although polio has never been a serious dis- loans and inadvisability of going to 1943.Italy-CIANO DIARIES 1934-

ease among military forces-chiefly striking Australian trade schools under the GI Bill Labrador-Grenfell, W.-FORTY

children between the ages of one md ten of Rights have discouraged a great many YEARS FOR LABRADOR, a record MilitaryContinued

years of age-strict adherence to a few sim- U. S. ex-servicemen who have thought of of Grenfell's work.RuasiaSouvarine from Page One

ple, precautionary measures will insure building their civilian lives in Australia. B.-STALIN,
ratory Anacostia D.C.
a critical survey of Bolshevism. and oth
against the chance of an outbreak at NAS. -*- South Africa-Crofford, F. S.- ers.

Get adequate rest. Don't end your lib- JAN SMUTS a biography of Afri- Persons with college degrees
erties ashore in the wee small hours when ca's outstanding leader. and/or professional experience in
South America-Ludwig, E.- the following fields invited to
are
know have to hit the deck at 0600.
you you
BOLIVAR
the life of an idealist. apply: engineers in the aeronau-
Avoid fatigue and exposure to inclement tical, architectural, chemical, civil *
weather. Don't run around in the rain to 1, electrical, industrial material
show everyone how tough you are-wear Th ws ondVieujs f rtanSatm local mechanical, petroleum, radio, safe
ty, and structural fields; architect,
foul weather gear. Continued from rage One
attorney, bacteriologist, biochem'I
Keep yourself scrupulously clean, show- Envisioned as one of the most st, chemist, engineering ,
ering at least once a day and changing popular centers in Jacksonville tomologist, Job analyst land appraiser
when completed, the new Y.M.C.A. law clerk, management
clothes often. By Chaplain B. C. Gilbert building was conceived as a memorial analyst, mathematician metallurgist -
We don't guarantee that these hints will to veterans of World War naval architect parasitologist -
keep polio from striking you, but medical There is a lot of talk these days about II and dedicated to the youth of patent attorney personnel re- ..
authorities emphasize these precautions as the prospect of ridding the armed servicesof Jacksonville. Through the facUlties search analyst, physicist, physiologist -
i it will provide the young men position
the "Caste System. Very little of the classifier psychologist -
helpful in averting the disease. A little care of Jacksonville with moral intellectual scientific illustrator
from those who have become surveyor -
talk
comes gentlemen -
lot of and physical guidance under -
may save a agony. > technical editor, thermodynam3t -
by act of congress; very much of it trained supervision. .
.
from those who have not been so blessed > .

r: Bible vs. Forever AmberEvery and, perhaps, from parents who are quite FLIGHT EXHIBITION TEAM
their should have been.
sure sons ffJitJinrSrrUtCFs
TO PERFORM FOR NIMITZ .
yea millions of people learn One side of the argument claims that the -

,; that the Bible, rather than any of the cur- forces of a democratic nation should be dem- Fresh from its triumphs at Craig At the Station Chapeli, Birmlaiham
rent crop of "best sellers," sold more copies. ocratic; the others, less audible, claim the Field last week-end where thousands Read and Muitin AvenuePrstestaa4
. ,- To this shock because demands the efficiency of spectators were dazzled 730-Holy
of war's Communion
many comes as a pressure activity by the precision flying and daring W. Andrewi. -Chaplain E.
during the year the Bible is never shown on of the respected command.A maneuvers during the Southeastern 0930-NATTO Service Chaplain E.

,, the weekly list of these "best sellers." third view is that which the Christian Air Show, the new Flight Exhibition 1045-W.Divine Andrewi.Service Chaplain Don-

But a greater surprise will probably finds in his Bible. It, as usual, makes more Christi Monday Team flew to stage to Corpus a special 1815 ald-The F. Buhler. Vesper

greet the news, as reported by Ship's Edi- sense than either of the human alternatives."We exhibition for Fleet Admiral Chester Divine Hour-Small JlhRPI'': .,
torial Association, that FOREVER AMBER ought to obey God rather than man W. Nimitz. Serviree: Building f.r Colored 804 Pcrtonnelt

J is next to Godliness on the average reader's Whatsoever good thing a man doeth the Making up the four-man team 1430-Sund.y Chaplain' HclM B."l"C. Gilbert.
are Lt., Comdr. R. M. Voris, Lt. Small Chapel
bookshelf. same shall he receive of the Lordneitheris omdr.. 0830-Chaplain B. C. Gilbert.
M. N Wickendoll Lt. A.
,, r A study, says SEA, conducted under there respect of persons with Him." W, Taddeo and Lt. (Jg) Melvin 0700-Man. Ctllloli

the auspices of the Book Manufacturers Institute You see the whole truth is that it mat- Cassidy. All are assigned to IATU 0000 1100--Man Man.,. -'

I .t showed that 95 per cent of the na- ters little whom you boss or who is your here. ----- 1700-Man.
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tion's readers read the Bible, but it is given boss but rather who is your God. Coin Collectors Meet TomorrowThe 1100-Sunday Christian) Small Science.impel.Service

( a run for bookbuyers' money by best- Christianity has never known a system Southeastern Numismatics An dren Outdoor I I. maintained Nursery for small chll!
p, selling FOREVER AMBER which has been which was intolerable, and Christians have Association meets at 2000 tomorrow and 1200.Weekday. between 0900

read by 84 per cent. Too, most people admitted never experienced conditions which did not service at the and Roosevelt civilian personnel Hotel. NAS interested Jewish Keligioui Religious bervtre Service and

that they read the Bible only a few allow their complete allegiance to God to in coin collecting are Invited ISOO -.Frl.l"Fellowship In the Small Hour ChApel.
verses at a time at church services, or that continue without possibilities. for service in to attend. l.alter. Day Sainta !Service: p
they had read it at some other time in their the '"Kingdom.:' 1900-WedneMinr--.Mutu.l Smnll Chnrel. Meeting.. I.

lives than during the six months the surrwas -. "Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and and Papa announced Robin returned proudly to that the nest he'd 1830-Thursday Young Men'i, la ,smllil Bible phAPel Claie m. / '

; in progress. these things shall be added unto you." just made a deposit'on' a new car. B. Calor.Paae .



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I PAY DAY BLUES Inspecting
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i.ni.,1 a .i. .I.---.cM'i : -" ml. mamum maimumv.MmiMfm 'r.LllVJT n rrrr..r 11 On n'KQI:mi INI nmmm" TheInspectors


FiLLIES
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4I HELEN C. HURNETTK
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SARA E. VKKNER
CLARA E. SI'F EIt
By
Our deepest sympathy is extended -
On the morning of 6 June, a tall, a to the family of John M. Drig-
Manne at the North
| brown-eyed gers. Mr Triggers, an Inspector
i.I Gate gave a carload of Supplyitea __ I I assigned to Interim Overhaul, died
such a nice, infectious grin and as suddenly on 11 June.

i cheery greeting that they received r r MkRF I Jean Stout, Y2c, has returned

.." an uplift to their morale. He sent s from a 28-day vacation Jean, a
4 eta" them down the road laughing and recent bride, spent her vacation
in a gay mood to face the cares getting acquainted with her "in-

of the day. They sighed and wish jg laws" in Iowa, where she had all
ed they could pin a medal on that the good things to eat that we

particular.Marine. dream about. Plenty of meat, but-
Mildred Jones (Proposal) has: ter, fruits of all kinds-yum, yum!
driven with friends to spend two Jean will be joining her husbandin
weeks in the mountains near Asheville -
a short time, and we wish for
N. C. With typical youthful them the best of everything.

: enthusiasm, she is brimming over f I Mrs Eleanor Adams, cleik-typ
with Joy and plans for her forth ist in Interim Inspection Office, is

1 coming marriage, probably in July. I I still out sick, we are sony to report -
The date depnds on when the Marines We do wish you a speedy

decide to release "Her Bill" recovery, Eleanor.All .
Pacific duty. The wedding I
0 Wom Inspection Department per-
will be in the First Baptist Churchof sonnel are keenly interested, and
this city. Her wedding dress, awaiting the results of the big

ordered from Marshall Field's of fight, Conn-Lewis. As usual, may
Chicago, is a lovely Skinner's sat I' I the best man win-even though we
in model with blue pearl yoke and may have our favorite!
long train. She was given a linen WANTED TO RENT: House

shower on the eve of her departure Apartment, telephone booth, or
for North Carolina, and she exclaimed what have you! (P.S. A good
that she did not know as broken down boathouse might be

many beautiful linens were left on considered) John Flnenco: Jr.,
..1 J the market. We. truly hope you I our chief inspector is sOlely in
will always be as happy as you are { need of "a place to lay his weary
today, Mildred. head." Any suggestions as to
; What girl in the Supply Depart I where and how to obtain a livable
', ment became so engrossed in other
place will be greatly appreciated.Chief .
matters on a recent trip that she I George took one bath (that
walked off and left her suitcase in >! we know of) other than hs: Sat-

I a certain North Carolina depot? x urday night regular recently when
It contained all her best clothes. : i well-wishers and friends ( 1)) po

., Dame Fortune smiled on her, how 1 litely tossed him in the deep, mud-
ever, and after some telegraphing,, dy river-in commemoration of his
I the suitcase followed her home on' recent wedding What could his

a later train. wife do but stand by and watch?
1 Kathleen Jones (Contract) enjoyed Nothing! Oh yes, the service for
: last week-end in Miami. By eight silverware set, given by fel-

the way, Kathleen reports this incident low-workers, was certainly a nice
about her 10-year-old step aJr present for two nice folks.

sen. She had called WJHP and And say have you seen the fresh
I asked Ted Chapeau to mention t". crop of hair "Pot" Still is cultivat-

Richard's tenth birthday on June ing? That formula, Mr. Still,
h 12th. Mr. Chapeau obligingly had might bring you a fortune if you

_J'-.... sung "Happy Birthday To You,, ... will "give out" with the good news.
Richard." Little Richard, wide tm!> t .wSt3S. '"' ;;i.a: .K. t S W b'l0: re;,,';: A-..- '19B Observation indicates there are

eyed with amazement, Inquired, SOME OF" THE MODERN business machines which shave hours of work from the task of computing quite a few others who need the
"Now how in the dickens did they huge payrolls, and practically think for themselves, are pictured above. In the top photo are treatment!!

know I was in town?" shown a group of key punch operators at their machines. Below, Helen Seth checks an IBM account- There seems to be quite a ten-
'Mary Anne Hedrick (Public ing machine as a payroll is run off. The uncanny piece of machinery has proved a great boon to sion in the air-muttering and

; Voucher) reports that her husbandis American business through its efficient and speedy operation, and during the war the Navy even whispering-about the first of Ju-

bound for Japan and is winginghis created a specialist rating for skilled operators. ly. Wonder what it's all about?

way in a B-29. Stock C. G. McCord, inspector in the
Control Division welcomed back They Don't like Pay Days Electric Shop, is looking and shop-
Billy Baugh after a, five months ping around for some new white

.0/1". absence caused in an accident on Of Civilian PayrollsIs side-wall tires. Any suggestions,
a motorcycle. Computation friends?

High on our success list Is Eliza Helen Lysik, Sic, inspector in
.
: beth Klmbrell. We are interestedto Job For the Propeller Shop will leave the
Accounting Dept.Just
learn film Billie Cox that the Complex latter part of this week to become

Brooks County Library presentedElizabeth's that well-known "civilian" again
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.1 art exhibit on 9-12 as the horse and buggy gave way to the horseless ol the Tabulating Machine Division Good wishes to you, Helen, inwratever

June, with a reception on 9 June carriage, and modern rocket and atomic warfare have replaced ; T. F. Daniel, supervisor you decide to enter as a

We are proud of her and glad to the old cutlass, battering ram, and blunderbuss, so Stores Division; A. W. Allen, supervisor vocation.G. .

know that she is progressing so methods of accounting have changed to keep pace with for- ; of the Cost Report and W. Oakes is the proud "pop-
well in the field of art. Elizabethwas War Bonds Division; and W. H. per" of a 8-lb. baby boy. Con-
with the Personnel Section and ward strides of industry. Bryant, Jr., supervisor of the Dis- gratulations to you!

r.. ,. ..+left in August 1944 to attend the Gone are the days of the high stool, eye shade, and burc'rg! Division. J. B. Thomas, ACM, is taking a
Ringling Art School in Sarosata.The meek-mannered stoop shouldered -------- 12-day emergency leave becauseof
delightful story of the "Five bookkeeper. The Navy's accounting being punched daily by the employees the illness of his wife, Marcella.

Little Peppers" is no more entertaining system, modern as any civilian the Accounting Depart- INSIDE We sincerely wish you a speedy
than that of the "Five Little commercial or Industrial establishment ment runs a weekly rough payrollon recovery Marcella, and hope both
i Eptings," children of Zola Ep- utilizes not only the latest the I, B. M. machines. PUBLIC WORKS of you will be back with us soon.
ting (Follow-Up). In spite of their accounting techniques, but the When the time cards are returned A. L Peltier won the InspectionPool
from the
k e thair raising adventures, she boasts most up-to-the-minute business to Accounting VIRGINIA K. WALPOLE Tournament. Congratulationsto
that she does not have a single machines. various shops, they are comparedwith An interesting story with a hap- you, Peltier, and also to the run.
to them. Paying thousands of employeeseach the rough payroll. Necessary ner-up, M. R. Sudberry, ACM.
hair I chargeable
gray made to bring the py ending came irom Transportation
task despiteall changes are Peter Seroka has joined the Sta-
is
household week no easy
Come what may, the Epting What two records into agreement.The last week. Mr. Vollie Will1ams' -
innovations. tion Baseball Team
the modern as pitcher.
goes merrily on its way little daughter was taken ill
taxes, payroll payroll to the Chief Clark
with with-holding rough goes and in critical need of a blood Interim-Inspection,
was
deductions for savings bond pur- ke;;; punch section where a card is transfusion. A number of men lost his outboard motor while fishing -
retirement funds, and ex- on each on the on Sunday down Palatka
i i A & R NewsPlantUlvislon chases, punched person from Transportation went to the way.
tra pay for night and dirty work, payroll. The cards are then sorted for blood test with the After dragging for it all night,
) ByG. V. computing a payroll takes a lot of by shops. Next, they are tab- hospital a J. K. he finally found it-much to his
result that Joseph Henry,
Psota-Since this is a vacation se'f ,, time and even more hard work. ulated and an earning statementis Thrower, J. L. Huckaby, and F. delight.
El matter of a pay- punched for each. Pay checks
son, we have several who will live It's no longer a C. Sneider donated blood for the
'f .., the ""Life of Riley" for the next master shoving some greenbacksinto are run from the punch cards and little girl. Latest reports are that New York (SEA) Francesco
: v' few weeks. envelopes and handing themto signed by a Todd Checksigner.As Vella was sentenced to jail for a
she is improving and is expectedto
'J l 't." Flora A. Dow is enjoying her ISI. employees as they file past the a further check, the pay year for unlawful possession of
soon.
I. .. ,. day vacation! in Chicago. We wonder }-. pay window. checks are audited against the Barbara recover Faulkner, of Housing, firearms after, police said, he tired
"" the city', first comes to the payroll for correction and are two shots after Salvatore Cacia-
(r. how she likes "windy When a man is also in the hospital, having her
f the Industrial for distribution. All romo who had told him, "You play
and is employed, then ready
;. :, and we hope the Chicagoans wl'lt. station tonsils removed-she's doing fine, "
the cards.
Jonah
into wrong Judge J.
sorted
understand her southern drawl. Relations Departmentsends checks are groups by
back
and to be soon.
to the Ac- Each Friday morning, a hopes Goldstein told Vella, "Although
' Harry F. Craig is leaving 24 a special form chops. The news from Design still con-
, June for Mt. Vernon, Ohio, where counting Department showing the designated representative from the vacations: Mary Young has kibitzers are generally considered
t. .'I, he will spend 25 days visiting relatives ,:- rate of pay and the occupation of shop picks up the checks for his just cerns returned from her vacation, public nuisances there is no open
The Accounting shop, signing for them. He then season on them and I must send
life the employee.
and taking easy. and Sam Dalhouse is taking his "
Mrs. Fannie Archibald will spendher Department takes over from there. returns to his place of work and family to Virginia for a month. you to Jail. < .
made with theman's the checks in his shop.
.. week at Jack- Punch cards are distributes
; : vacation next Skinner the WAVE who
: : ffo Mary Donlplian, Mo. (SEA) George '
rate, and shop num- Checks, time cards, and other
she will enj- name, \
where ,
( ,VTy sonville Beach Addressograph plates are necessary forms are sent by mall was with Public Works for sucha J. Allen local farmer who recently *
Joy the cool ocean breezes. ber. fields. long time, was discharged this celebrated his 100th birthday, and
I made from the punch cards to and from the outlying
Mrs. Delight Matthews resigned then the man's name, check Some idea of the magnitude of week and returned to her home in his bride Azilee Taylor, 72, are
her husband, Ensign showing
because husband is
recently Michigan. Her being honeymooning somewhere in the
occupational and tax the wcik carried on by the Accountinr. -
W. J. Matthews was discharged number, be discharged in July, and both intend Ozarks
then Department can
cards are pre-
from the Navy. They codes. Time when it is noted that dur- to enter the University of
they the addressogiaphplates gamed
now taking a long trip before pared from Michigan in, the fall. you a hint.Another.
and sent to the individual ing the month of May the civilian
California. of those fish
settle down in And down in the Maintenance stories
NAS and outlying
cards are for
and rf'l'tIonnf'I-Dy shops. While the time payroll comes out of the Personnel
'. ".I Administration fields was $1,800,000. It is ex- Section, the wedding bells Just Office.
i IWood The All Saint'sChapel June keep on ringing Rachel Clifton It seems that Mr. Lee and Mr.
Gilbert officiating. pected to go even higher in ,
C.
evening of 14 June, was Bertram giv- and during the war the monthly was married last week to Frank Weeks decided to solve the meat
'.' the setting for a wedding of great After the home wedding of reception Mr. and ,Mrs payrolls were considerably in ex- Tarano, MoMMl/c. On Saturday problem at their houses for a weekor
'Ii'. interest to the many friends of en at the the happy of this amount.At morning; Sam Fritch's daughter, so by going fishing, so they
Nancy McGranahan Jones, Administration Julius De R. Quina, at cess present, Lt. W. H. Lewis is Patricia, was married at St. Pauls. took the afternoon off, rented a
Section of the Assemblyand couple left for a honeymoon Accounting and Disbursing The grapevine also tells of another boat and went fishing. The results -
return they the '
Repair Department and Ens, Daytona Beach Jacksonville Upon their home Officer with Philip D. :Myers as coming, marriage, both parties be- : one catfish for Mr. Lee and )
Alan Dale USNR, from Engineer will make receives his dis- chief cleik. Division heads include ing in the Public Works Depart- one bream for Mr. Weeks. (NOTICE
ing Division. The impressive dou- until the groom to live Rubye Piper chief of Time ment-but it all seems to be so : Permission was granted to

ble-ring ceremony was used in ex- in charge.California.Then they plan Division; R. D. Perkins supervisor hush! hush that we can't even give relate this story.))
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PHOTO, EXHIBIT IN NATTG GYM


"Power in the Pacific"

Thrilling action pictures
-lUt.9r; TO DO! WHERE TO GO/
N
ol
Navy and Marine life in War
tty COMDIt. It. I'. Imt:"..:

Today is the last day for the POWER IN THE PACIFIC, Last week the Beer Garden took
MOVIE SCHEDULE
a dramatic photographic story of the Navy and Marine Corps another kicking around After Wit

NATTC action in the Pacific being exhibited in the Old Auditorium, 'had finally gotten permission to

Bldg1. 513. This outstanding collection, taken from mong1 use the galley in the old POW .

Gargin TIIUHSIRENDEZVOUS 1400 1730 and 2000. 24 with Marie Palmer and, William I the finest pictures taken by the cameramen of ,the Navy, !I camp and Malley had turned to 'Ii'I

t'mu.A"U: SATUKIIYNIGHT IN CASABLANCA star- Coast_Guard. and Marine, is open to all hands. | fixing it up and the beer,was here

ring the Marx Brothers and Lois Collier\ HOt). 1730 and 204t). This collection was compiled by we were told that we couldn't use
SU.MHY!: -IT SHOULDN'T: HAPPEN: TO A DOG with Carol Captain Edward Steichen. the I It after all! The entire area la to

Lanlij. and Allyn Joslyn. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000., head of all naval aviation photography be made into a surplus materialsI
Mo"n.1): : lUK i"n.\CENTENNIAL SUMMER starring who is recognized" as one I area for sales by the War Assets

Linda Darnell and Jeanne Crain HOI. 1730 and 2000. of the country's outstanding pho- Corporation However, we.were '
1' \\'JI"tSITHE: : : l MAN WHO DARED with Leslie Brooks A TCen tographers and pioneer in camera able to shift the plans over to the '
and George Mat-ready. Showing HOI 1730 and 20OO. i techniques .It was this man who use of part of Galley Two and
_. -- selected these vivid exciting picture the work is going ahead again,
stories which speak for themselves to be finished this time we hope.(

YELLOW WATER in presenting the fury of Due to lack of money sixty percent
I battle action at sea and on land of all telephones will
;soon through Til. 1!IUtl.<>(> sat. and Mm. 1400. and !<*>') e as ee and in the air, from the beginning to be eliminated. It looks 1 11 D
llltiiCM: \'-No Show. I of our long drive back throughthe they will be taken out of all

t'RCm.n s.TlJlCn.JA GETS MARRIED, starring Gilberts and Marshall and racks except those with area offices .
Robert Hutton and Joan Leslie a Marlannas to the show-down and out of all shops. This
StJ"U.HENDEZVOUS': 21 with William Grgn and Marie i aerial and naval slug-fests In the will not be so good from a security
Palmar< The Cliifts have had their Organized Philippine Sea. They show activ- I standpoint and will make the

MONO.VY 'AN1: IlIKslHY: NIGHT IN CASABLANCA starring Mrs* approved It will be ity aboard our ships.-the exciting use of fire alarms more necessary
the Marx Brothers. under the supervision of Chief Mc- moments that are tense with than ever Stor) right now and
WEDNESDAY: : IT SHOULDN'T HAPPEN TO A DOG, with Neil. All the Chiefs will draw' danger, the routine chores the pe- think do you know where the -
Carole Landis and Allvn Joslvn.THINGS commuted rations and will turn riods of relaxation: and amusement nearest fire alarm box is Makeit
this amount plus a small additional '
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a point to know front now on.
sum back into the mess All the I
To
TO DO-ABOARD food will be purchased, even the supplement" this exciting The cutting of telephones is just
photo record there
bread, by the Mess Supervisor. I are factual one part of the return to peacetime
captions which add to the
MODEL AlKl'KXNK: 'Ll1nNATTC( Airdales) Meets Saturday We've been hearing a lot about Interestof economy for the Navy. It ,
each of
morning; at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg. Model! Airplanes and the other day the 178 pictures They affects every item. All hands must
furnish
i;.VI.I.llOOM DANCK; (CLA s Every Monday and Wednesday at Norman Benson, S2cv AEM ( A,1) I dramatic a concise, accurate and realize that the open-handed days
account of
the Hostess House. Beginners class 1900 to 2000 Advanced class, from Portland, Oregon dropped into of the three i i of the war are over and material
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years relentless
2000)( to 2100. the Public Info office and told campaigning I must be made to last. I can thinkof
No( other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between I us about his little 20 inch model This exhibit of pictures' en18l'g..d a lot of examples right here
these tours I speed car which travels at 83 to many times their origi- mattress covers, broken windows
SWIMMING-Pool; : No. Recreation for WAVES WAVE Officers MPH He says he'd like to get nal size, has been on display in soap, swabs brooms, etc *
Couples Family Groups-Children must be accompanied by parents together with some of the other the Museum of Art in New York I
Monday through Saturday 0900 to :2100 Sunday 1230 to 2100. I boys who are interested in build and in many of the large cities

Pool No 2 For Male Personnel only-Enlisted and Officers. Mon- ing and racing these midget cars ; throughout the country.A .
day through Friday 0900 to 1100 1200 to 1400, 1500 to 1600 and 1700 and form a club to race in the great tribute to the American Third Smoker
to 2100 Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. I Jacksonville and Florida Meets. l Youth and to the skill- of- Captain
iOl.l.Station Course. Daily from 1000) to 2000. Open to all personnel Apologies are offered Class 18 Steichen is ll"ty of human interest
Clubs. available at Gear Locker in Southside NATTC Audi- AF School who actually took the I depicted in each picture lIe Friday NightAll
torium :Monday[ through Satuiday-1000-1700.: Sunday-1030) to 1700. honors at the swimming meet The i has demanded action/ photographs
nO"'I.J"GSix: Allejs! behind Ships Service available to all personnel swimming team who are over at depicting youthful naval men in
Monday' through Saturday 1130 to 2130. Closed Sunday. Free Yellow Water now, are to be the all their reactions from complete Aviation Fundamental Stu.
bowling it you set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. I, honored guests at the Smoker Fri- I relaxation to the tenseness of battle I dents are in for another good nightof

'Il'=--IC- Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, day night. and its tragedies. His respect boxing as another amakerwill _
contact Randals at Barracks 13. I The TAS Division (Technical I i almost reverence, for anything i door arena behind the swimming
lUNNIs: Racquet and balls available at Physical Training Bldg. Aircraft Storekeepers* will hold a I, that has American youth at its I' pool. The\ fights will start at 2000.

513 I picnic out at Gold Head Branch core I is magnificently portrayed | Al Simbaldi acting as promoter -
IJOMK.s.s: IIOLM2-: Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sunday State Park next Saturday 21 ,II of the matches, would like to
1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. I IT'fC June. That cool clear water will, claim that "If women were made see any boxers who are antereat
:N' .\ 1.1Im.\R\-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through' probably be mighty! inviting. I of glass you. could still nut se 1 i ed in taking part in the action.
I'rtda} u9A to 2100: Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100. I By the way, Walter Winchell :< through them." and the Russian : The late entries are asked to report
ATHLETIC (fJKYK Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training claims newspapers are like women I observation that "To dance on at the ringside at 1800 Fri-
Department. Bldg. 513 I Whys Because they have forms, eggs and to handle women require i i day.
lIonnIIH'- Open nightly from 1900 to 2130. Saturday and back numbers are not in demand I I seven years' study" Altogether awoman's i, Heading the list of events will
Sundiv afternoon from 1400 to 2130 Instructors will be on duty : they always have the last word I characteristics are de- be the match between hard-hitting-
when the -hop is open. Shop has I leather craft, model airplanes and' they are worth looking over they I fined and described by Bowman's Dick Ayraud and Ronald Bondy.
plexiglaa: I have a great deal of influence, you ,i article and by using the rules of. Ayroud who was a handy winner .
M)1"1'lL\ .--Games in the Intramural Softball League/: are played can't believe everything they say ;I recognition set forth in this article in his first bout at NATTC
every week-day night beginning at 1700. there's small demand for the bold- I "with a little practice you 'I II has been showing plenty of boxing
face type every man should have. should have no difficulty in picking 'I technique and can be counted .
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE I one and not borrow his nt'lghbor's.1 i out a woman." In fact she will help for a fine performance. Bond/upon

JACKSONVILLE: IlRALIIhhBuses: leave at frequent And if you really want to know you do it. is a new comer'but from word received
intervals about Peter Bowman in The Tennis Team from NATTC
from 1'iuon Bin Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing women I here he will put up a good
the July Esquire gives his answerin will meet the Springfield Tennis
and otliej rt't i ration at one of world's finest ocean breaches. Bus battle against Ayraud in their
fare 2X! I "How to Recognize a WOMAN"with Club from Jacksonvillefor the second I bout Friday night.
a mental, moral and physical time, Sunday, 23 June. The.
1VA\ M.iill.i.V lI() 'n-SS HOUSE, 101 East Church Street. A special event will also be held.
dissection of the ladies. This team is strengthened this meeting
V>1> ClAlKKs: : at 122 West Forsyth Street; 311 West Duval !! II Toby Reid, a member of the Naval --. pO
article is adequately illustrated andproves by new members and accord
Street. L'SO WOMEN'S DIVISION: at 43 West Monroe Street. Air Station team, will meet an
interesting. Bowman I ling to M. D. Wasko and D. A. Nel-
very i
CANOEING, IlsllING AND HO.11Cedar River on San i, opponent from Jacksonville. Reid
I' agree with the ancients who said son, they will have a very good
Juan .,\\ enue. Take Lake Shore Bun three blocks from last stop on a woman was "a disease," was "di- I chance of getting back the 9-2 has been seen by many at the city
San Juan. Row Boats .two hours, :SOc) ; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor] rectly inspired by the' devil" and : score that Springfield had over the arena,

OJ'iUSiOO' per hour, five to eight people per boat. :, was "the natural enemy of man." I NATTC team on 9 June The teamis As usual. ice cream and cokes
IIOISIas.tK: HIDING -- MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA- He also believes the Scandinavian'' still looking for new members will bis served at the smoker. v. <
BLEls: Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay --

.lids, [i. LEI BEDECKED PERSONNEL DANCE J'
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I SEPARATIONS I INCREASE DURING! PAST .. U l a,,,


WEEK. I .1Seeliaratu TOTAL NOW .QTANI1S .a.AT 1. ,.771. ;' 1 : z-

I iv
( is me'i eased in the I s H
last weekith 55 leaving NATT To Lido Be' ch : Theodore SchatfAOMk 7

.
Center tor civilian life. The total ,
separated front this command now To Jacksonville: Edward Brooks
stands at 1771. SIc: Daniel Check!, PhM2c; Jay;' r
i I Cuiy, AEM2c Willard Davidson, .t K Yi
To( Bt mel tun: Francis Eddy, ; v t T
i ARAUc.: Reuben Jantzen, AEMSc; AMMJc.; Paul Dillmg SC3c.
,.t'/f" Blake Coleman SpI2c. Thomas Labrozzi SIc; Ahdor Le- st'r fA

To Charleston: Stephen Tolley fete, Sic; FI'ank Lymmev. AEM2c

AarMJe< : Francis Sculli\ Sic, ; William R.IY.1. <;1\13e: Roman ,
Seitei. S*.. ,
i
Y2c.
t. Helen Sibley 1?
t To St. Louis: Laurence Cole- Billy Dame Sic; Estill Davis : lt I
i nun AKMSc.Tu I S2c; Theodore Duncan, SpA2c, C
IE. Frederick AOM3c: John Haf-
Great Lakes: liechmannPliMSc !I fey SC2c; William Hilton Y2c

.1' .. Hansn. I Donald Husvar, S c.; G. R. Ketter-
'-- -- I in ialll.o1I2c; ; Calvin Tillman.A .

JA.lIt NEWS \ .

I I. NAVAL TECHNICAL Robert! Reynolds, SpAU'. Joseph '

TICAIMNU(; CKNtKK; Knorr CM3c; Laurence WalkerAEMSc 1 '
Erwin: Hopp. AEM2c f d ,
CaVt.ir.iru: I N. luylui. UsN I Walter Lemek, AKMJc: Robert '
(
omrniiiiiliiiKCommiri
T ")." HilHil I'. IJ....!",. USN. : Parker. Bkf3c; Alan Perlm. SC3c f
; Kx.tut.ve i William Ponder PhM3c; Raymond ,
Editorial Offices for NATTC Stanton AMMHSc; Donald Shane [ J f To L
,
I It.
Section. Rooms 137 and 139, ] ARM3c; John Swennumson ARM ,.
rl* l Administration Building 500-A 3c; Joseph Yukas, AEM2c: : James
Tel.\ Ext. 208 Pace Sic William Hayes AMM
I
I I AcJvinvr 3o Frank PhM3c. .
; Lynn, -- -- -- --- -
K. W. An.lrew. I.t. Curn.lr ChlC), l
t i ftlilurArdyt ; Norbert Slater, Cox, : Harry Zakl, Part of the crowd who absorbed the atmosphere and melodies of the South Sea Island Dance lat
r N Mlmnn...w.writr. Si.S.cy ( AEM3c; Frank Parker, S2c; Zerah I II Friday night All the decorations were made by t he Dance Committee, the preparation of Auditorium ..
;,.: t Mary Ann 'IV>nn..ll!. Si"> Sport. 3c: Elmer Johnston, Sic; James M S. Hulse was chairman for ''the Dance Com mittee with the assistance of A. I*. Stevens, H. F.
t I KcmMh fh.lofraph.Kcift Kooporek| .. Sic Peters, Sic; William Miller Sic, Kirk E. Gross, C. W. Elliot, II. R. Sprlngston, Rich and Staudemaier, C. J. Agusto! W J, Schroeder; Joe
't b, Photo l-l>l.. A" Kuii.1Sch. Calvin Hunt Sic; Reynolds Up- Nesr/it, Bill Erismaii, and William Sweney.
.' .,.. ..J un.l r direction' of J. U K lin.j, churich, AEM3c: Joseph Hinds, The girls on hand were from the NCC-USO. Women1 Division Song were by' the '"Thre
anti-no J-, Wiire-- -Ct'lxtMt.-: / Sic, and Simnon Albracht, HAlc. Feathers" and a dance demonstration was given by Mis Olga. LJduhureand Cal Hunt.Page .

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20. June, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven
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i and leave only two scarred wing Rniders For

THE WORD..., roots Looking
Before they leave, students! helpto

j FromAxiation Fundamental clean up the foam extinguishers -

and are shown the proper

School I method of refilling. Another dayon I Two Wins Offer Miami

I the mat is devoted to crash
Ky !S." K. C.RAIIAM, AUM2/C
"What do you do on that fire and rescue procedure.
mat ?" When Instructors see no more Word Islanders Victorious

"Nothing." than one section at a time, it is 8-1,3 -2 Over Air RaidersThe
The blessed event of the week "Mind if I come along ?" hard to believ'e that fifteen hundred -

seems to be a good place to start. "Certainly not. I'll make you seventy men were graduated NATTCenter Air Haiders, after dropping every
This time it was an unused mall number nozzle' '* from Av. Fund School! in the first
one man.
tub in the Post Office. The mother I But a great deal more than fourteen weeks.Of game played last week, will be out. to get back on the victory

cat Mrs. Strongheart presented "nothing" is done by thl fire-fight- that number. here are the ap- trail tomorrow and Saturday when Miami NAS visits the

all hands with three bouncing kit I -- -- ,station for a two game series. The games will both be con-

tens.spectators Able, included advisors and such interested notables I PLAYING WITH FIRE 'ference games with NATTC needing two wins to pet backin

Last week Union of
,: as,Lth: Comdr., Engle and Lt. Coin the title race. Carpenters
I Jacksonville trounced the Raiders,
dre'Frazier -- -
; Who were present for I
thtj1)first)!few moments of the ac.tivllell. 12The Carpenters jumptd on
AIR RAIDERS BLAST Kyle Crawford and Mike MarlrlkoI -
) ..Of; course R. B. Whay- I
vich for 17 and
bangles
I were never
len; S 'KHngensmlth, R. A. Har-
'
I din...!. .J!:.'.Harker, and S. D. Hen- H FLEET NINE,120A i in serious homer trouble.in the AI Bearneau'sthreetun ninth was
inger1were' hand to nee that
.everything went smoothly. rejuvenated NATTCenter base the big wallop for the winners
s ball team. pasted a 12-0 defeat on I[ "Robbie" Robinson homertd for
Welfare and recreation had a the 16th Fleet team Monday in a I the Raiders in the fourth with the

swell beach party the evening of s game played at Green Cove Bob sacks empty.
11 June. A very tasty steak dinner I and the local
Pratt's fine four-hit pitching job Friday Saturday
with Bos'n Camden wielding f 4 ( combined with the 15 hits garnered team traveled to Ward Island, Texas -
a terrific baibeque fork was the for serie The
t by the Raider batsmen was a two-game
.hlight of the evening. Credit too much for the Fleet. ,, Ward Island squad had little trouble -
handling a maze of details anda '' the first contest 1+-1
Green Cove threatened only once, copping ,
lot of plain hard work goes to 3
in the eighth inning. With' the ,, but the Raiders Forced the second'
I
Bob Marcon, the Hobby Shop man.
into extra before losIng
and out I game innings : -
b bases loaded
one
-- only
of beer and coke rounded
Plenty forced the next batter to I 3-2.
Pratt
pop
off the evening and everyone hada !
fine time. t- out and retired the last hitter via I, The Ward Islanders started off
the strike-out route. the first game with a bang as thy
Eddie Gibbons just dropped in The Raiders themselves could ''tallied five runs in the first two
for a few words, one of which is I
. not score until the sixth when two innings. Bob Evans poled out aroundtripper
that the Testing Department Is I
in the second frame
hits and fielders choice
a
an error
moving from Building 26 to the netted two runs. Then in the seventh I with two mates aboard to furnishthe

Ad. Building. Eddie says he won'tJ1an w the NATTC nine went berserk home team three of their runs.

to carry the filing cabinets a collecting five runs. After I I Leading the Air Raiders ham

though. two were out "Robbie" Robinson I both afield and at bat was Jim
JHhs Cyr and Jim Lohr have "Fish" Coddington. He ruined
to reached first on a scratch hit. Les
left the Personnel Office for that ing phase of the Av Fund School. proximate percentages assigned Rasmussen slugged a double to left :Pitcher Dave Roop's shutout when

short sweet trip back to civilian Three periods of classroom Instruction A School schools; PercentageABM scoring Robinson and 'Bill Berkes he drove out a terrific home run

life My what happy smiles they that number are on followed the fire by mat twice; an ........................................ 1 I came through with his fourth hit i iI in the eighth inning. While in the
had the last time we saw them. field he in three double]
300 by 500 AEM ........................................11 of the day sending another run figured
In case you ever happen to be area approximately 5AETM I across the plate. Don Bearden' plays which kept the Ward Island

in the upper corridor of the Ad. feet located Gasoline south fires of follow the salvagearea. one an- AerM j-.:::.::::.:::::::::::::::::..::.:::.:. 1 I reached first on an e l' l' 0 rand i crew off the base paths after U.t
and in fatal first two Stanzas.Saturday'
Building .
case you happento other in rapid succession, yet they AM ........... ................................16 Catcher Glesne singled to rack up !
notice dense of smoke second contest
a loud the preliminary bouts AMM ........................................29 i two more tallies Pratt drew a I II was a
the West end don't be are only thriller from start to finish 'as the
Obscuring a plane is the main event AOM ...................-.................. 1 I base on balls and Duke LaHullier's'twobase !
alarmed. It's only Bob Hoerner Burning Raiders were out to
CTO ..........................................13 hit scored the fifth run even things
'
smoking his pipe. | The fire-fighting is taught in PhoM ........................................ 3 'of the inning. up. Although Ward Island finallywon

Kendall says he was very disappointed the ninth week of Av. Fund School, PR ............................................ 3 I The Raiders added five more out in the tenth flame, 3-2.
in his brief career as a 'I and surprisingly enough is taught SKV ....................tless\ than 1) runs in the last two frames but I. the Raiders drew plenty of praise

fireman. Kendall says, "All this 'piincipally to dispel any fear of Aero Strikers ....... ....... ...11 the game was already on \k'e. I from the huge crowd that witnessed -
time and nfl fires, not even a hotfoot tire a student may entertain. No In the near future these figuresare Bill Berkes was the hitting star the game. All admitted
."' sooner is the class divided into without doubt that it was the best
expected to change; ETM will of the game as he knocked out '
A real old timer has left Yellow four groups than a gasoline fireis 'have an increasing quota while five straight singles. His hits sent I game seen on that field in many

.. Whter. Bob Repp shoved off last lighted near each group. The CTO dwindle. three runners scampering across moons.
may
Friday for NATTC to attend Advanced instructors put these out with - --- the dish and he scored two himself Jim Coddington lead-off man,
Ordinance School A thir- foam extinguishers all the while I I cracked out a double to send the

ty year man, Bob has been an instructor reviewing methods taught in the 'Perils Plenty I I Jax team away to a flying start.
1 The other Raider !standout was Duke LaHullier
on different ranges for the classroom such as, "Lay down a walked but Kyle
past two years, and has also beenan good blanket of foam, usually six : Bob Pratt. His pitching job was I Crawford's attempted sacrifice: was
enthusiastic member of the to ten inches, "..... "Aim the When Opening one of the best turned in this year turned into a force out at third
stream at the base of the flame!" He had the Fleet nine eating out leaving runners still on fiist and
band for most of that time.
of his hand and for the I
Own Business except ,
"
I out isn't ? second. Usually dependable Charley -
Word of advice of the week: "The fire's now, it. he to ,
eighth inning never pitched
We like Belmont No one doubledthe Robinson popped out to first,
chocolate
too he challenged.
I You have undoubtedly thoughta more than four batters an Inning j but Les Rasmussen ,
but egad! fact. He dragged his foot came throughwith \
: lot about the advantage of going I R HE' a single to right and Bill I blanket and fire -
With that word will the foam
patting we through 3'
i You ----------(0(02541-1215 |
business yourself.
into by
clone shop; for another week. burst out in that spot. The moralof boss )be able 16th Fleet : : : : : :(4)0> (44)i 000- 0 4 3 i I followed with another hit to
would be :
your own : the Raiders
Thanks for the contributions boys, that act is never drag your I: Fruit and ItlrFnf. Muff. Putin.) Pau- give two runs
j to do things your own way, make los and Galei. Johnson. ,I Ward Island tied the ball
witha
and keep up the good work. feet if you should be working I gameup
crew. The same thing a lot of money if your business le-I in the second when PIt rescue '
comes a success, have variety in Herb Pollock slammed out a foui-
,
would happen.More your duties, go ahead just as fast Mess Cooks Drop ply wallop with a runner on base
Medical
Officers Can and students
ApplyFor lighted
I fires are
''as your stock of brains and abilities Then the two teams settled down

Aviation Med. Course try their hand at extinguishing would permit you. These are First Loop Game and no more runs came until tic
them. The same proceduresare
all advantages. Theyare
important I first extra inning. Len Jensen,
Regular medical officers and re- repeated, this time using C02: well worth working and fight. I Play in the Inti-a murals slowed who went all the way on the mound
and later on, one of the
nerve transferees from lieutenant bottles ing hard to obtain. down during the last week as only : for the Raiders, pitched great ball
.. (U&/ through lieutenant commander two fire trucks are used. On the other hand, becoming a six were played. Big j and would have won under most
games gameof
who desire a threemonthscourse | The high point of the morningis business proprietor has its disadvantages ,' the week was the MaintenanceMess circumstances.The .

in aviation medicine ('anmake reached when the plane is and hazards, particularly Cook contest in which the pay off run came when

application to BuMed priorto burned (for, more accurately, a for the man Just starting out. Mess Cooks suffered their first defeat Charley Miller walked to open theI

1 August 1946 according to fuselage and wing roots. I Buckets It is also important that you weigh of the season, 4-0. I tenth and went to second CD Sid

AlNav 320, received here this I I of gasoline and a match combine these facts carefully: |I Barracks 9 racked up its fourth Gelenter's perfect sacrifice Al

week. The course will convene alile 1 to do the trick; then both, trucks 1. VOI' :STAND A 50-50 CHANCE ITO win against no defeats to stay Hunt then delivered the winning

School of Aviation Medicine, start to work. One instructor and FAIL m'HING TIIK FIRST: ahead of the pack in the Independent bingle.

nttacola, on 15>> September 1946d three students on each hose fight TWO YEAR!" League. Lee hurled four. Bill Berkes was outstanding for

Is limited to a quota pf twenty |' the backlash of eight-hundred Half of the !small businesses! opening hit for the winners as they beat the Raiders as he punched out two

students. The only requirementis pounds pressure. When they finish their doors are forced to'' TED3.. hits in four trips to the plate and

two years of naval experience all that is left is a charred close them again within 2 years, j T-AI using 15>> hits edged past i turned in a fancy job of tIt Jdmg.

including internship, and no service mass of wreckage. If the wind is I and fully one-third drop out during Barracks 52, 15-14 in a slugfest.The I He literally tore up the outfield

agreement need executed.. right the fuselage will turn out the first year win was the second for T-AI as he hauled in six well hit tails>

I Each year, even in prosperous and moved them into third spot. Al Hunt was the Ward Island

times, nearly half a million busi- T.LT8JI credited with a victory I hitting star. Besides his game win-

nessess throw in the sponge. Be- over Barracks 2 on a forfeit. The ning single he banged out a double -

cbTraCe. coming your own boss is risky. win upped T-LT into the runner- in his four times at bat.

The chances of losing your capital up position.The J Box !Score, of the Second Game :
and savings are always high. Nand 1 Island l AB H } 0 A
Ship's Company League developed .. .
Mine rf . 3 o 1 j
't It is a gamble in which the beginners into a thrilling race due to Olenter 3b ....... .4 o J .4 !5
I without previous experience the fact that the Mess Cooks lost ''Hurt. KH . .....,.;,5 2 J 1
stand little chance of suc K\uni: 2b . ........ .4 1 .4 0jCaravatl.
I.:.... to Maintenance 4-0. Both Maintenance !. Ib ... ....... 4 1 13 1
rJVILIAN, NEWS cess. and Disbursing-FT stand Kirk, cf . .... ... 4 2 1 0
: 2. EXPERIENCE IN YOUR readto jump into the !Slefankewlcz, ir ...... 3 1 0 0
top spot
FIELD IS VITAL, Rplnian, c .. ....... 3 (j !5 2
.' I depends should the Mess Cooks drop another 1 Pollock p . ...1..4 1 5
JI5MMA SUE MC LEon of this Station. Up to date three Business success to a tussle. .. :

11Y" iO June 1948 of the civilians who were employed large extent on getting the right ), Big reason for the Maintenancewin 'I 34 S i:(0 15
'
Water have been transferred kind of experience and "know-
1' at Yellow was the five-hit hurling of Pet. NATTC Air Ralt '
:r* AB H FO A
Or great interest to all civilians\ to this activity how" One of the best ways tcget, i ers. It was the second shutout I''CiKldlnyton( 2b .. . 5 1 2 2
working at this Station is the increase EDITH G. CROZIER is in Aviation IIt is through working for a well- of the The victory was I LnHulller, M .. .. ... .4 0 2 1
in pay beginning 1 July Fundamentals School; SUE L. I managed successful company in the game third for year the winners and ; Cawfod.Roblnkon. If if ...... .4 4 j 0 1 4 0

X1|946. On that day an increase of MITCHELL and JESSIE L. ARNOLD which you can learn the ins and placed them in a tie with Disburs- I Rasmuntn, 3b':::::::: 4- S 0 o .

4 per cent of your salary begins. are in Personnel Office. l: outs of the type business): you ing-PT in second place ''Beiken. cf .......... .4 2 6 0 ,.
1 Bt>ardvn. Ib .......... 3 1 5 0
Following i* a schedule showing to start
day
There remain at Yellow Water hope some Edu"1 Meanwhile Disbursing-PT was I Glean, c ............ ::4 1 0 1
presenfrate.of pay, increased pay I thirteen civilians' most i>f them I lion will also increase-your edging past the Storekeepers 65. Jansen, p .. .......... 3 0 1. 3 3 I
as of 1 July 1M6, and the.amount telephone operators or with Pub- for success. Bob Chisel registered his fourth -

of increase per annum: 'lie Works. I The Educational Services Office, pitching victory for the winners.Ensign Sere by Inning(, : 34 7287

.. Inrrrat i, WILLIAM CARTER formerly' a Bldg. 501, NATTC has just received ; McCaughey was the Dis- NATTC Air Raldris" .200 000 W) 0-2
CI..III: I're-.. ." ..'..... 1'rr ,
. ..
limited number of Ward I Und .20 000 WII 1-"
r.tIOR. t..) icy A...... Lieutenant in the U. S. Navy is a very bursing-PT slugger; as he poled a
err; II .tI.4U',.l) $1 0's! II'", '.2''1I.IICI', '| now a civilian and instructing at the following books for issuing If double and single in three trips to One Runs out: Stefanklewlci.when winning Pollock.run "('Ofti Miller!. ,
CAF'1,9(4'(4): ) 1,75fi.(4) 2 50.,01 I Instruments School. you are interested! in any of the I LnHulller and Cra"fOld. Errors Miller
CAF 2 :: : 1,7(4.(4: : 1.t454(4) Aircraft I the plate. :
arrival, ill particular fields, come in and ask 2: Relman. Coddington and Jtnnn. -
CAF-3 .. 1.002.(1(1( 2Z6k..211 :! MARY TIBBS, a new -------- .
CAF.4 Ii.2I-1 for of them. The books 6. A Retail Run batted in; PclUx-k. j|:
: 2.1JIIiO 2.3'400' at present working in the Navy one are: Bakery. Hunt Raxmuiaen, 2. Two bane kite
:
CAF 2,320.(4)) 2.644 *d HOW TO OWN AM Ol'KKATK: 1, A Painting and
CAF:: :: 16a0.t4): ): 3021 tin 371.(1 Management: Office.MARGARET Decorating Coddington and Robinson. Home run:
1'-1. 2.3lO.lJ( ) 2644Z<0 32454)1 ENDER who was I 1. A Service Station. 'Contracting Business. "()lIock. Sacrifice him: Relman, Sltfanklewlcz -

)'.2 2t+t+0.(4) 3.3".17.20 417.20 formerly with Industrial Relation 2, A Garage. 8. An Electrical Appliance and Double, Uelenlrr plays,: Glenne OlenterOuvMWCenter. and Iwirton. -

)'-3 :1(111.(1(1 364000.: .4(4,2.00.4.14410:I fc'U 50(41)0I'4 : )() Office, resigned this past! week and 3. A Real Estate and Insurance Radio Shop. (; Left on base: NATTC/ II;

On the' 17lh of this month y..lhaa left for the West roast with]I Brokerage BusineRn.! 9. A Variety and General Merchandise Ward Jansen island 2: off 8.Pollock Bases, 2.on Struck balls; out off

low Water was decommissioned her husband who is in the U. S. 4. A Grocery Store I Store. ">y Folloclc. 5. Wild pitch; J'oJkxk:
f n-t Is now under the jurisdiction Navy. 5. A Beauty Shop 10.) A Drug Store. Time til same. : Utt.



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,T Ty Fliers Left For Kansas Today;

Split With Ollumwa Last Week

Coach Jim McCachren's\ baseball squad left for Kansas

this morning to meet the Hutchinson NAS nine on Fridayand

Saturday in a pair of Naval Air Training: Conference

tilts. The two tussles will be the only games for the locals I

this week, as they took a light layoff after they split with '

Ottumwa NPFS_ ._ last__._ week,. Ottumwa (the lowa 1i wk.m'Jr-r .1
stepped on the Flier 'diamond Iwtl':
Friday and Saturday "wtth'aa'hn'! / *
Local Bowlers pressive 5-0 record 'fit'k service,. 7
league ball, but the '+IfAS'crew" ..' :11;
apparently paid little heed,to the
ih Move Higher In Seahawks' press clippings, for they I I

gave the visitors a rough'time.in 1 jr / I
the first game before losing' 3-2. 'f .
a a : Cbt Znip taw Journal Tourney r and then reversed the tables on '

Saturday and took a 3-2 decision.

,, With six games already hlstorj r I The first game saw the Fliers
L\ : ; y "in the final round of .play the! get off to a two-run lead in the
three NAS bowlers in the Jacksonville I fourth frame due to a center field
Journal Tourney find I triple by pinch hitter Hank Mile'l\:
themselves riding along near the i 'which drove in two runs,
top of the heap, and in good post. Seahawks came back in the fifth
tion to grab off some of that $500 I and sixth to score three runs and
?*;4 1, : prize money then hold the Fliers scoreless for

R. R. Gray jumped five places I the remainder of the scrap. Arlo
V after last Monday night's six-game I Plough let the Jax club down with
_
3 flight, and is now in eighth place three bingles while NAS hurler
in'the 24-man finals. W. M. Boozer Art Schmagel chucked his last

.4.. ,...--.." .....''''....-'''''''.t........ '''..............- ..-.. -- -- .. dropped one spot last week game Ottumwa for to the five locals and limited
when he rolled a six-game totalof binglea. Schmagel,
SHOOTING DOn'S17:5: CLAY BIRDS out of 100 was the record of the Jax NAS enlisted men's 996, and is now in 19th place. a Marine pilot, left for California
skeet squad in the NAATC skeet championships held last Friday. Their score was good enough to Right behind Boozer in 20th placeis last week after leaving a pitching
I give them the enlisted team championship in the big shoot The men pictured are ((1. to r.), ACOMM. C. A McCain who is still on record of three wins and three
R. Sugg, also winner of the individual championship with 99 hits out of 100; F. O. Moore, Sic; the upgrade after he started but losses behind him. :
T. J. Dellmger Sic, and J. M Lawlor, AOM2c. Absent from the lineup is the team's fifth member, in the tournament in the 45th spot. It was a different story in the t

ACOM Franzblau. r Gray, McCain and Boozer all second scrap between the two .
teams for it Ottumwa that "
was
bowl at 2130 tonight at the Spring-
ATD Still Second field alleys and Gray's present to- jumped to an early lead this time. .".
JAX ENLISTED MEN
started fast In the
tal score is 5,405, just 248 pins They opening I t)
session, three safeties off
TAKE FIRST PLACEIN VSB Helldivers Hold LeadIn : buster behind,the Lyle current Wallace.number Boozer one pin-follows John Schmitz getting, the Flier twirler.

The three bingles were enough to
Gray with a point total of
score two runs, but the Filers
SKEET TOURNEYThe 5.288 and :McCain is next with
Round-Robin Golf EventThe came back to win the 3-2 verdictIn
:5,215. Those three scores are with
an extra inning. After the
first-annual NAATC skeet
third flight in the station round-robin golf tourney in easy reach of the first place first canto, Schmitz settled down
held at the Jax
championships score, and should the NAS men I
NAS shotgun range last Friday ended last week, and the VSB helldivers were still out in have "on" nights in the remain- and the remainder allowed only of the three contest.bingles He in

is all over now. including the front, this time with a total of 22 points, just six digits be- ing 18 games, they may well come fanned 11 enemy batters and

shooting, and when the smoke had ter than the persistent ATD squad. In third place with 14 away with the top prize, didn't give up one charity base,

cleared away it was found that points is the Mainside enlisted crew. I --- -------- and was the star at the plate with .

the Fort Lauderdale squad came VSB gained nine points since last week, due to their I WAVES Get City up.three Steve base England knocks in provided four times thft.

out in the officers' division easy victory over the last place .. .
on top ,
winning run in the tenth when he
tion last week when they met, and
PBM outfit Lt. Cdr. J, H Irrobinoand
and our own Flier enlisted man Loop Softball lined one to left field when the
Lt. (Jg) Frank Chappell paced defeated, the Academy graduatesteam
bases loaded and two
were men
team the victors in their I
emerged the VSB squad when they teamedto and the Banana River links. Games Lined were down
division. PBM combine of Lt UpThe
down the masters in a three-way meet The Bill Evans played his usual fine
Teams from six Naval Air Sta- Comdr. W. T. Sutherland and Lt. WAVES Softball season is ball in center field, while Joe
Fliers took the with a score
tions were in the big meet that J. W. Lamm, and they gained scrap rolling into high gear now-as the Wentworth, Chris Christiansen,
started at 0900 in the morning and three points for their squad. ATD of 32 out of a possible 51 points. I Mainside Varsity meet the Hospital and Bob McGrath were continually

continued through the day. Sta- held- their socond-place spot witha Shooting low round for the day Corps-WAVES" tonight at throwing strikes to first base from

tions which sent their five-man victory over the eleventh place was Lt. Jack Colter, who breezed 1900 in a city league scrap on the their infield positions. T. S. Ary,
squads to Jax were NAS Miami, VSB "red" team.In through 18 holes with a sharp 71. I power-plant diamond, and three who fined in at first base when
NAS Fort Lauderdale, NAS Ba- the best ball tourney, now His score picked up six points for more city games are lined up for Bob Forbes was injured, turned ina
nana River, NAS St. Simons, and reaching its final phase, the en- the local cause. Other six-digit the near future. Tomorrow, the sterling job Saturday with a
NAAS Cecil Field. Fort Lauder- listed team of Sweeney and Klopp winners for NAS were Lt Comdr. girls leave for Corpus Christi to triple and a single in four( trips to
dale and Cecil Field sent officer were three up on the officer squadof Sheedy, who shot an 80, and tangle with the Texas WAVES for the plate.
squads only. Lt. Comdr. Barnard and Lt. ACRM Cravens, who went around the second time. -- --

Fifty rounds were shot by each Strouse The two teams will fin- the course with an 81 Lt. Comdr, Last Sunday, 16 June, the
ish their play this week, and the COACHING STAFF .
contestant in the morning, and Irrobino toured the local links WAVES lost a tussle with Corpus
another fifty in the afternoon, with winner will be awarded a plaque. with a 76 and added 5% more Christi, 6-4 The Corpus twirler,
all scoring being on a 100-shot The NAS golf squad was in ac- points to the Flier total, while Lt. I Wisenhunt', was the Flier nemesis, NAMED FOR 1946

basis. The teams shot from eight Strouse finished with an 82 to as she held the locals to six: hits.
different posts on the range, and give another 5V points to the The Corpus battery of Wisenhuntand NAS' GRID TEAM"King"
the shooting was considered ex- Softball Loops NAS team. ACOM David Swee- Olson was the finest girl com-
cellent. ney completed the Flier squad, bination seen on an NAS diamondin football is slowly creeping ,-
The Flier enlisted men's and shot an 85 to gain three a long time. Eloise Petty back in the sports spotlite
quintet Now Near End I and the coaching staff for the '46season
carried off the team championshipwith points. chucked for NAS and gave up at NAS
was announced last
a fine score of 475 out of 500, The Academy Grads finished nine safeties and four charity bas Lt. .
while Miami's enlisted crew was Of First RoundThe second in the match with 20 es. Last Wednesday, 12 June, the week.check has been Comdr. K. A. Koval
named as head
second with 447 out of a possible points, and the Banana River WAVES were dunked 13-2 by the coach of the Flier
gridders, and
I. third with but Barbee Motors club from Jacksonville -
two
500. Fort Lauderdale took the of- squad was Lt. Comdr. C. L. wma-,
ficers championship with a score "Bancroft Blockbusters"from markers. Ens. Sheppard of the Again the local girls were serve as Mr. Kovalcheck's Thompson first ."
of 470 out of 500. and the Cecil the Naval Academy class of Academy men garnered five points notoriously weak at the plate, get- assistant.
Field commissioned bird-busters '47 stepped into the softball pictureat with his round of 81. Lt Hilman ting but four base blows from Lt. Comdr Kovalcheck to

finished second with 468 out of NAS last Monday night on the of Banana River also shot an 81 Futch, the Barbee pitcher. NAS from NOB Norfolk, Va.came, and
Plant diamond and ------ --
500. Cups were the fruits of vic- Power turnedin was in the Physical Training De-
an impressive 15-0 victory over I NEW GRID COACHES
tory for the team champs.

_____n___ the Packard Motors team from the .... _. .. ........... d L..' __...... ..._. _._N_ he partment performed there.at fullback While in for college Du, / ,
City League. It was the first game
for of the Academy grad quesne University in Pittsburgh,
Tennis Team any Penn. Mr
Plays Thompson who trans
,
teams on the station, and the win
ferred from IATU where he
was
marked the lii
grads as formidable
Pensacola Saturday; competition for the other station the executive officer, played his
teams.In college ball at the University .;;" .
Defeat Camp LeJeune the other clash Monday night, Minnesota where he played nhilf. v .,;
back the famous .
on 35. and' 36
'
the nine their first 3
Hospital won
"
iv Gopher squads Thompson lalerV I
: _
After taking Camp LeJeune victory over a City League squad .
without the loss of a match last when they dropped the Duval Mo- played pro football with the'lttllburgh vp
Steelers and the Oft n,Bey ,' i
week, the Flier tennis team will tors club 13-12. The Hospital got 1I. 'i't
*
<
Packers. "
meet the NAS Pensacola squadthl.8 off to an early lead in the first No definite dates Vr! ," ;'.ie.4.' 1 r.
ha.ve.becm,Jt r" "
frame when they combined four [
Saturday on the Pensacola as to when football would'open
practice
walks and hit to a 4-0 edge.
a post
courts, and will be seeking their but Mr. Kovalcheck men.,. 1
The count was 7.7 when the fifth
'
tenth
win.
straight tioned that he 1 t
inning became history, but the would "like to start $
The Camp LeJeune club provedto Hospital outscored Duval 6in grid drills about the first of July ,
be for the Malnside in order to
easy meat the final session to take the victory determine Just how
racketeers last Wednesday, 12 Haman twirled for the Hos- many fellows would be at NAS .i '
June, for they fell before the local pital and allowed seven Duval throughout the football season." W'; I'i
r I attack 9-0. In the first sin- safeties, while his sailor mates The 1946 campaign will start the
gles match, Bill Smith of NAS were collecting 11 bingles from grid phase of the Naval] Air Ath-
breezed through Marine Wally Johnson, the Jacksonville nine's letic Training Conference and most
Walsh 6-0, 6-1. Smith has yet to chucker. of the games will be with service

lose a match while playing for Standings in the two station foes.
NAS. The second singles match loops haven't changed since last Tt -' -- -- -,
went to Leonard Warren, newly- week, and the IATU squad of the Attention Model Car .tbultw..t..l. !
appointed captain of the Flier net- Admiral's Trophy is scheduled to 4 Any men at NAS who are Interested
ters. Warren dropped Jay Bar- meet the VSB Staff team in their in Model( Racing Cars, *
bour in straight sets 6-1, 6-2. last game of the current campaign. and who would like to engagein
IATU would give them a :Model Car building; and .racIng '
Jay Burns, former captain of A win for

the netters playing his last match tie for first place with the VSB ___.'N_ .---.--., -- club, are urged to rail the'wrlt..r I
at 8513.: Information -
Bill In the Commandant'sCup telephone [
before his discharge, won over 360 outfit.
Butner of Camp LeJeune 6-3, 5-7, the late-starting' Pistol SHOWN ABOVE ARE Lt. Comdr. C. L. Thompson (standing) on a possible Model Car
8-1 in the best scrap of the day. Range nine Is threatening the lead- and Lt. Comdr. K. A. Kovalcheck, the newly-appointed mentors for ,Club will bf given the caller, 'I
Other local singles winners were ing Hospital and Marine squads as the 1916 football season conferring on their plans for the coming and also on hU chances of raring
T Calvin Nelson, and they posted a record of five season. Lt. Comdr Kovalcheck has been named as Head Coach of his car with other Model
Lou Shenker
straight triumphs. the '46 gridders, and Mr, Thompson ,will serve as first assistant. enthusiasts.,
Alex Stanek ,.
r

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