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Creation Date: June 27, 1946
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. Vol. 4-No. 16 IJJWB 27 June, 1946
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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command

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


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Of Group Picnics And Parties


Unit picnics, parties, and other social and recreational

get-togethers financed by Unit Welfare Funds will be only:

)'i.' .' fond memories after this week.
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t) t.:. Beginning on 1 July, no more Welfare Funds will be allocated -
to the various activities on board for these affairs
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I I made available from Ship's Servica
profits for welfare and recreational -
PRIZE OFFERED FOR uses

.' The order to slash the amountof
NAMING NEW FLIGHT money turned over to Welfare
.. $$ ". each month is Navy-wide and af-
:.. ..... : ... fects all naval activities. It requires -
'.- EXHIBITION TEAMCan all Ship's Service stores to

.-"'" set prices and operate so that only
. you think of a good name about one dollar net profit per
c ; atar3 for the Navy's new Flight Exhibi- month per man be made and that
tion Team? There's a $10 prize the monthly payment to the com-
waiting for the man or woman manding officer for welfare and
who can. recreational purposes be based on
The team is based here, and will a formula of 80 cents times the
" .* bring added recognition to NAS average number of personnel onboard
Jacksonville, but its fame will .
spread more quickly if known bya Just how sharp a cut this means
name with plenty of color and' can be realized from a comparisonof
-- zip. previous Welfare Fund amounts.
.ot Names should be short and de- In the past, an average of $18,000was (
scriptive like the Cracker Jacks, turned over for Welfare expenditures
THE PRECISION FORMATION FLYING of the new Flight Exhibition Team Is shown clearly In the Flying Fools the Aerobats, each month by Ship's
this close up aerial photograph snapped by a photographer's mate assigned to the station Photo Lab. the Dazzling Divers, or the Helldi- Service here the peak reachingover
Having already earned an outstanding reputation for top quality flying, all the team needs now is a v ers. The contest will continue un- $20,00 per month. On 1 Feb-
good catchy name, and there's a $10 prize waiting for the person who can supply it. til the judges decide upon a suitable ruary 1946, because of reduced per-
entry.To sonnel on board, this figure was
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reduced to $12,500 per month, and
the contest
enter Just Jot
WAVES SEPARATION Of Bonds down the name you have selected for the past two months only $8-
Systematic Purchase 500 month
and send it via Yard Mail to the per was made available
UNIT OPERATING AT Jax Air News, Box 2. Be sure to from Ship's Service profits. But
with an average of 3.000 on board
Include full namerate
Will Be Pushed In Drive HereAn your or after demobilization
rank, and the activity to which is completed,
LOCAL SEP CENTER you are assigned.The under the new formula ordered by
the Navy Department
only around
of and civilian team is of Lt.
intensive recanvass military per- composed $2,400 will be furnished
(Pictures on Page 2) monthly
sonnel to encourage systematic and regular purchases of Comdr. R, M Voris flight leader; for welfare and recreation from
NAS WAVES will- no longer be Lt. Comdr. M, N Wickendoll. Lt
Ship's Service.
Bonds will be conducted here
United States Savings duringthe
traveling to Charleston or Miami A. W. Taddeo, and Lt (Jg) Melvin Decision
for separation. coming week, it was announced by Captain Anthony It. Cassidy. Lt. (Jg) G. II, Stouse I Welfare allocations to do away was made with Unit nec-

The Personnel Separation Center Brady, Commanding Officer. flies an SNJ painted to look like essary In order to maintain fixed
here has added a WAVES Separation Co-inciding with the Treasury Department's campaign like the a Jap team's Zero routine.At which. is also usedin Welfare projects like the Jax Air
Unit and will process an average to promote increased purchases of News, the :Mainside Lounge, the
of 10 enlisted members of I Savings Bonds through the payroll die, chairman of the recanvass pro present the team Is flying golf course, and the Mainside bowl-
the Women's Reserve daily The I savings plan, ,the drive here will gram, it was decided to appoint Hellcats, but a move is under way Ing alleys. These items alone may
unit, headed by Lt R. E. Jean I emphasize both, military allotments bond officers for each departmentwho to equip it with the highly maneuverable exceed the total amount to be made
Bailey, was transferred from Mi- I and the payroll deduction will direct the interviews in I and speedy F8F Bearcat. available each month
ami to Jacksonville on 10 June plan. Increased participation in their respective activities. These This plane Is better suited for exhibition Elimination of Unit Welfare
and has been separating WAVES both will help control Inflationary bond officers received their in- flying, and the pilots will Funds, it was pointed out, does not
here since that date without pub- influence _as well as support the structions from Lt. Riddle yester- be able to present a better show, prevent individual departments and
lic announcement. Already more morale and welfare of all persons day and will be ready to begin execute more intricate maneuvers, activities from holding picnics, par-
than 50 WAVES have passed within the naval establishment, it their work today. and give the public a better idea ties, and other affairs. They may
through the local unit on their way was asserted. The reasons for stressing increased of their skill and prowess. be financed privately, each person
back to civilian life. No effort will be made to stimu- participation in the military allotment Having already appeared at the contributing to the cost and party
The Enlisted Unit is located in late cash sales, as Savings Bonds, and payroll savings plan Southeastern Air Show in Jack- rations will still be available from
Elder. 590 and, in addition to Lt. issuing agents of the Navy are no are many. sonville, and at Corpus Christi! the galleys.
Bailey, is staffed by Lt. (jg) Marie longer authorized to issue bonds 1. More bonds will be purchased, where they flew for Fleet Admiral The tightening of welfare funds:
Elliott, assistant officer-ln- for cash. and hence, more savings will be Chester Nimitz, the Chief of Na- began to be felt here almost two
\ charge; Mary Hammond, CSpS( ), At a meeting Tuesday of headsof accumulated than on an unplanned, val Operations, the Flight Team months ago when the movies felt
Continued on rage Three departments with'Lt. R. L. Rid- hit-or-miss basis. will be featured at an air show in the pinch. After enjoying free
Des Moines, Iowa on 2. 3, and 4 movies for two years, an admis-
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2. Under these two plans the
July which Is part of the state'scentennial sion charge had to be reinstatedto
House At Cecil Field
Open Navy maintains a record of the aerial celebration.Daughter .
number, denomination, date of cover the cost jot operation.
issue, co-owner or beneficiary of ----

Will. Mark Opening Of Air each bond issued. If the bonds are
lost, stolen, or destroyed, it is Follows In Mother'sFootsteps '
comparatively easy to have new 'I
bonds issued to replace the origi-

Reserve. Training Program nals.few people Without keep this a data detailed, and recordof very By Duty With WAVES

The people of Jacksonville and the surrounding area will thier bonds purchased for cash, who in World' --
it would be almost impossible to Many men fought --------- --
get their first chance to see how the Navy intends to cope have these bonds replaced. I War II chose their branch of service Her mother, :Miss Beatrice Manson

with peacetime demobilization through its vast system of 3. It 'saves time, effort, and I because their dads served in before she traded her maiden

' Reserve Training Units when the local Naval Air ReserveTguling money, doing away with the need I that same branch in World War I, J on name duty of Manson for three in years for Allen with was the

:'j .-. Unit at Cecil Field holds "Open House" this Sunday. of bank making or Post special Office to drips buy to a bond.the t yeomanettes during that first glo-
bal conflict.
i 2 And there is no bother filling outContinuetd
: Things were a lot different in
;fJ: pre-caring i iI' ..'" on Page.-Four--- those days. Women were new In
!y' : (which will be used to keep ex-naval = '4 ; offices and industry, and their inclusion -
.;t1 Y n'nrtop flying form. tivities throughout the,country'to FLASH, !! in the armed forces was
i.' mark .the actual activation of tta nothing short of In
a )'} :ei will open at noon and will revolutionary.
'a """ rein; in open until 1700, it was an- Reserve program on Monday/. /* k Rear Admiral J. S. Sliafroth, World War II women were accepted -
. ..,)' ntfuncd. Visitors will be permitted July .' Commandant of the Seventh almost without the raising of
to drive their automobiles aboard Demonstration flights :w 111,,be Naval District, will formally a single eyebrow, having already
the station, and guides will be on made during the afternoon b/ftvia-' '.:turn over his command to Ut> irAdmiral 'k............ J proved themselves' in practicallyevery
hand to direct them to displays, tors enrolled in the organized Rd-T Ralph DavUon, Chief -. ." field of business.
equipment, and parked planes. serve in various type planes tp;be; J "*'of N val Air Advanced Train- F WAVES, and their counterpartsin
Eight lucky people will be given used in the training program. It .gt't! at Captain's Inspection the other armed services, were
rides in a Navy twin-engined trans- was stated. -,,*> vIn .l Saturday, morning. I 'i j I not limited during this war to rou-
port. They will be chosen by a. addition to the ei dOiib.U, ; Presentation' of decorations tine office chores. They served as
and rides In I the and awards will be made by flight orderlies, instructors
drawing, as they will receive num- flights, courtesy x. gunnery -
the recruiting : Admiral I>. C. Ramsey, vice <6' mechanics, aviation radiomen
bered chits as they enter the gate. transport, offfp ttity ,
Purpose of the "Open House" is be open and will act as an Information chief of naval operations.The parachute riggers, link trainer operators -
to familiarize the public with theNavy's center for persons Interested Inspection will be for all I and did all sorts of man-
r hand. Naval Affairs Com-
; Air, Reserve program which in the program as well, as a: The sized jobs. ,
, will keep over 6,000 of the Navy's i place where former Navy or Nat mittee of the Jacksonville Ruth who joined the WAVES In
o' ,0 war-trained pilots ready to fly the val Reserve personnel may enroll Chamber of Commerce' will wit- u p-- t uuuUUPUU____"_ February, 1915, has kept a scrap-
i+f latest and most modern type combat for training in one of the four air ness the; evt'ntVllich will be Not many women could pick the' book of her naval service, as did
:j.. aircraft if an emergency groups or Marine.Aviation Detach open to the... public. I same outfit their mothers servedin i her mother 30 years ago. She 0'.
,0 should arise. Similar observances ment. .0 but Ruth Allen, SpX)3c) did, I Continued on rage Three

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you'd like to brush up a, little t
on your "swing 'n sway" see
either Warp or Russell, patientson .
Ward D-6, for they're the fan
cy-footed boys who won the Arthur I' Loin A. Lt''t'r.1e'
Murray "Dance Interlude" at Question, : What do you think
the Gypsy Dance last week. The 't about the Louis-Conn fight?
girls who came off with prizes Matthew Noonan, EMS(':
were Dolly Huss FhM3/c and Betty i I "It stunk. I don't mind waltzingwith
Richardson of Jacksonville. Both a girl, but when two fellows
i if have six free 1 lessons I it it's bad
the boys now get to doing particu-
coming to them, and rumor has it lady in a fight ring.i "
that Arthur Murray himself is flying ,I :
down to observe that new Merle Smith" 12't Q. .
twist Russell gives the Rhuniba. Hagerstown Mt!. .
I "In my opinion the best tt'nor:-.. t.....,
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The Wave Barracks is really t. won. Conn has been planning<5;' t,
busy place these days with boxes that fight for so long they couldn"
and suitcases scattered, all over, have planned to fix it. Louialhgd' '
On the first of July we bid farewell too much to lose to try to.throw"A a,
to twenty of our WAVES the I the fight." }Jr ,,?., ., ,
majority of whom have done from .. _.
5 18 months to over) two years of Tom Stanton, C'k3/cl w R
+ ra duty here, If you don't believe Northrup, Mam'
you become rather attached to a I "I don't think that Conn WR.l!,In
place after a certain length of condition to go into the fight in
time, just ask some of the girls the first place, and in the second
how they feel now that they are I, place, he wasn't in the right mood. .
potential civilians! The WAVES He got just as much by losing its
I leaving for separation are: Peggy he did by winning. If there were
Moore, FhMl/c; Rosemary Leahy,, something framed I don't think
PhMl/cj; Grace Menton, PhMl/c, I Louis had anything to do with iti .."
Margaret Sanke, PhMl/c; Ellen i -
Wigglesworth, PhMl/c; Gertrude I Johnny Klopp S2/Y:
Bagley, HAl/c; Jo Gilliam, PhM Reading, Pa.
I 2c; "Ntrkie" Reed PhM2/c; Lorraine I "I don't think Louis hit him
Kennedy, F4iM3/c; Nike Koo- very hard until the eighth round
.ss I nan; PhM3/c; Irene Martin PhM I when he got in those two good
f rsr1ii .3j Helen Underwood, HAl/c; i punches. They should have madeit
x f !'"Jerry" Gaines, HA2/c; Peggy more of a fight with a few more
Henry, HA2/c; Emogene Johnston, blows. I think that Louis should
i HAl/c; Frances Martin, HA2/c; take on Godoy."
iI I "Maggie" Power, HAl/c; Marian y
Schlauch, HA2/c; and Gloria Slick- It. J. Wilcox, S/2e: :
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len HAl/c. Good luck and best Syracuse, N. Y.'
wishes to all of you. "There was something funny
pT'EI'ARATION 1 1I about it because Conn didn't even
What does the Mellon Art Gallery i try to fight. There weren't more
have that we don't? Not than two good punches in the entire
much except a spot in Washington eight rounds." .
and a few fountains! Thurs- i -

day, 27 June, wil see a patient art It. I.. Davenport s2I /(':
exhibit, held in the Rec Hall at Pueblo, Colo.
1400. All patients desiring to enter I "I think that the crowd was expecting
their masterpieces or otherwise too much out of it. { can'tsee
should do so by Wednesday paying a hundred bucks for a
at 1800. There will be three classifications ticket to watch two guys waltz
charcoal, water color around you can see two babes do
and pencil, with these three divided that for much less and enjoy it' a
into three groups land lot more."
scapes, still life, and' portraits. ---- -_. -
Prizes will be awarded in each
Welfare.Board and will give a performance
group of each classification. Get at 1930 Friday, 28 June
your fingers busy, all of you artIsts in the Rec Hall. Be sure to come
smear them with charcoal, .
dab them with paint, and bring the r Lt. (jg) C. p. Cain (INCl.) reported -. .
results over to the Red Cross office for duty on the 18th from
by 1800 Wednesday, 26 June. the 9th Naval District and En*. .
OK WAVES from the Navy is now being done by the Personnel Separation You may be the winner! N H. Saunders (NC), was detached
Center here, and to give the gals who are soon to travel the path back to civilian life a preview of on the 20th to the USNPSC
what It's like, we are printing these two photos of the separation procedure. In the top picture, Lt. Tonight is the Barbeque and at New Orleans. n
I to, left to right, R. I Warner, Sic of Denver, Colo.: Sybil Frazee, SpS)3c( ) of Lincoln, Neb; Betty The hot dogs and Statf'l I A note for all you Culbertaons
BIHIUX, Sic of New Orleans. La: and Mary Conte, PhM3c, of Clifton, N, J Below, Betty smiles be ready at 1800 and the "jive" will would-be Culbertsons, and the rent'
happily as, Lt. R. E, Jean Bailey, head of the WAVES Separation Unit, presents! her the honorable I commence at 2000. The Sep-Send- of you) who just play bridge be-
discharge certificate with Chaplain J. B. Bittinger looking on. ers will once again furnish their i! cause you like it/! Lessons are I
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wn)> special brand of music. If you I given every Friday afternoon at .
Baltimore (!SEA! ) A quick- i millS out ) be 1WO from Jack,
I IONOSPHERE I Imother's you-'ll sorry so planto by a bridge expert
EXPLORE
V-2 ROCKET TO thinking six-year-old boy saved his attend. sonville. Some on over and get(
life by handing a police '
cut in on the deal. n'II' lot of
-- man a siiicide note apparently intended sides if '
Tape your you plan to fun.
for his father. come to the Rec Hall Friday night
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28 June, for there to entertain you Chicago (stAI-After) testifying
Mount Vernon, N. V. (SEA) will be Jon Silo, concert) and radio that her husband came home and
-- _e--1 When stones against the window artist, who specializes in characterizations I booted her because she refused to
panes failed to awaken his wife at comedy sketches, and go to the races and see him boot .
--.S., SAM, Sunday morning, Paul I pantomime Mr Silo is appearing home a winner Mrs. Ruth K. Pena
rwxz._ I I .. Hoffman set off two blasts from a In Jacksonville through the cooperation got her divorce from her husband
of the National Jewish Marcos
20-pound cannon. a'
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Vt EQUIPPED fOil UPPtft/ ATMOSFHCftC STUDY ,
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Miniature Lab Will
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Go Alof? In WarheadTo

explore a region of the atmosphere
never before successfully 11 s sIII
investigated, the Navy in
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collaboration with Army Ordnance
KnginrrrM will send, today -
a miniature scientific laboratory + y Jr
enclosed in the warheadleft C V.
i of a 14.ton'V-2 rocket
'above) 120 miles into the iono-
spheie.
The locket will be fired at
White Sands Proving Ground,
Las Cruces, New Mexico. Scientists
will operate a massive array
of equipment to track the : jdj
rocket in its six-minute flight
and record the data it broadcasts I r
back to earth.
Every two weeks after the
first test, another rocket will be

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Navy Cuts Use Of Rice its tine of rice. According to Al-

To Ease Food Crisis Nay 316, potatoes will be substituted I
for rice wherever possible,
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The Navy pitched in again last" and fruits will be used! Instead of ANYONE VUIO THINKS-JIIAT THE GUYS over at Cecil Field don't know how to throw a bangup -
week to help ease the world food rice puddings for desserts. party had better take.a| second look at the picture above. It was snapped at the height of the big
situation. .-- elation blow-out last weyk 'on nltfttf.the; ) Louis-Conn fight. The scene In the photo very appropriate '
To.make,available present world We nominate as the two biggest in view of the heavyweight championship bout the same evening ''is the boxing ring back of the
etoe'ks, of the oriental version ,of wolves in the country. Chase and Cecil Field Ship'a Service.. (The,fig"hjwuj! ; broadcast over the loudspeaker: ,system no that everyone at

the "staff of life for relief feed- Sanborn-they date every bag. the party could hear l\.k _..,. '., '' '
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Cf Now hear this! Enlisted men R 1 USE EIl NT 4
are now allowed to visit the
lounge in Bldg. 716 as guests of

WAY ES. It will be open( Monday
through Friday from 1800 to 2LOO ,

and Saturday and Sunday front
1200 to 2200. Uniform for the q-r

WAVES is blues, whites seer j 1- ,
suckers or slacks with garrison -

caps which may be worn from 1

1601) to 2145-ties are compulsorywith 1
t ?yat'eas jacket. The lounge will be
I, .t open for WAVES only from 1000 ...
t to 1300. (Dungarees are permis- MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM r.t
sible from 1200 to 1600.) a
.. Tilt'n l\Y
To you WAVES who missed the I
opportunity of signing over before "THE MAN WHO DARED." featuring Leslie Brooks. Shows at

: 28 May there is still a chance.I 1730 and 2000.
,, ;: .. A new directive has been received, I'RIIM Y *

';' I stating that of the 5,000 enlisted I DANCE.
I WAVES desired, only 2,723 have SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
volunteered. Instructions for re. "THE OUTLAW," starring Jane Russell: Shows at 1430, 1730,

enlistment until 1 July 1947 of and 2000.
aWasw : discharged WAVES and further I NOTE: The movie schedule for the remainder of the week had ,

not been received by time.STUDENT.
1.I -'- applications from those In certain press .
rating needed will be issued
I \e _Mary Lou Gltason, Thornton Girl, looks perfectly_ relaxed._ _Do you?* at groups a later date.A OFFICERS. 1

surprise party was held last -
their own unit, in addition to orientation week at the Seminole Hotel for THURSDAY AND FRIDAY '
WAVESContinued .
I rights and benefits, and' Lt. (Jg) Verla Hill, who expects "O.S.S.," with Geraldine Fitzgerald and Alan Ladd. Show at ..'1
to become a civilian the first of 2000 only. '
From One insurance
I'are lectures they receive 'I.
I July. The WAVES Welfare Division SATURDAY"THE
Interviewer and leader G. I. their interviews, the final Navy {
group ; "
softbaJl team and ftlendspresented HIDDEN EYE, featuring Edward Arnold. Show at 2000
.Go tola. Ylc, interviewer and pay and their discharge certifi- her .
with
radio
group leader; Gloria Rea (SpX( ) I j!cates. The only step in the pro- ; book on "How To Be a A Civilian.and a" only.NOTE: The movie schedule for the remainder of the week had
Ic interviewer Dolores Miller Phl.tJc 'ells handledout.side the unit is I II .
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Do you think the book is necessary not been! received by press time.
: in charge of health records; | the medical examination which Is' Lt. Hill?

and Blanche Merritt, Ylc, secretary given at the Mainside Dlspenrary.I ---------- OTHER EVENTS .;
to Lt Bailey. | WAVE officers go through the t

Upon logging in, enlisted same as male officers except -
process DaughterContinued KASKBALL June 161 NAS Fliers Pensacola
-Friday, 2S at vs.
WAVES are assigned to a group { as in the case of enlisted NATB, Mason Field. J
and go through the same initial WAVES, they too receive their '
from
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Fliers Pensacola NATB
Saturday, 29 June, at 1400, NAS vs. ,
receiving as enlisted men. But final physicals at Mainside Dis
ten gets them both out to com Mason }o'ield.Tuesday..
.. they! are. .processed. separately In pensary. I pare the uniform, the equipment' 2 July, at 1615, NAS Fliers vs. Parris Island Marines,
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and the difference in methods of Mason Field. .
training and running a station. n.\Xl'-Crew's; Dance, Mainside! Auditorium; Friday, 28 June,
Bob Cronk's CROSSWORD PUZZLER
Her friends get a big kick out of at 2030. ? I

T r it, too. ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area Yorktown Avenue and

Mrs. Allen saw duty at the Mustin Road. 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 dilly, and at Gear Room, top ,'
40 ) Charlestown Navy Yard Boston I side Bldg, 726 0800-1700 on work days. t fl',
and later went to Great Lakes :
MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Rear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400(
It oie where she helped copy manuscript i
I dally and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
for the first aviation instruction
nO\\l.IXG-Slx alleys located in Mainside Recreation BuildingNo. .....i
aQ book. She also served In the supply j .
r department of the hospital at 3. Alleys open from 1100-1400 and 16302100Iondays through I

Great Lakes. j i Fridays; 1700-2100 Saturdays and Sundays. ,

Ruth went through "boots" in'' BOXING For information regarding workouts contact Lieut. -

New YOI lj and then was assigned I! Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after : "

to Lakehurst, N. J. After three 1500.

months there, she reported to'' :MAINSIDK I.Om"Ct-Fol'merly; the Reception Center, located in .

NAS Jacksonville and has been the South wing of Building No. 95:;. is open to NAS personnel aid '

here every since. Her mother won ( their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions

several diving and swimming con-: by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radio-pho '
tests while a giember of the yeow I Imanettes. nograph available for use of all hands. ,.
IlL and was a member of ,
LIIIKARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build. .
their basketball team, but she ,
hasn't followed in her moth ing No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
o footsteps in athletics, confining r'.1 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to :2100. .

I swimming, to pleasure and recreation SWIMMING! Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming,

I 18002100. Outdoor schedule, Mon.-Kri. 0800-1900. Sat. 10001900.Sun. ( .....

I s c 7 3>d Ttd Contented with her job as log 1200-1900.

yeoman in the engineering officeat I GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
L IA TU, Ruth recently signedover I and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available l at Golt 11

until'July( 1947. Needless to House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course. ?

say her mother nodded a hearty'i IIOItAGE-Opl'n daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty ,
approval. If the WAVES becomea 1730 2300. Located south of Mason
cards and uniform of the day), to ,
ACKOI-"* .11-a number 43--church belfry 55--period of time permanent part of the post-war
1 A 4--Picture M -eager I ) Ruth she! make it Field.
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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS ,

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Speeders BewareNaval WILCO
J1Ui-f\W JUfS 1 : '
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and civilian personnel attached to :

Editorial Office NAS Jacksonville have been apprehended i in :,: 11'

Office ot Public Information, Room 221 increasing numbers here of late for speeding 1'1

r. Administration Annex, Bldg. 954 between the station and downtown Jackson .. 4 ,
'%. Telephone Extension 8542 ville. it' l '"3
Arthur M. Greene, Editor vr'\\ .< '
Editor Many motorists have been exceeding the ',<, .,. .. ,
Sports -\
Sit
Frank
Bub Tours Jones, VJc Art Editor speed limits without realizing it, not being f (

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. familiar with the maximum speeds permitted ';t "
Naval Air Station. Jacksonville. Florida, by the Otflce ot along Roosevelt:Highway. But as ignorance< ,:!: i
Public Information at no expense to the government and In : -
compliance with Secnav Circular Letter 4;>-526th May 194; of the law is no excuse, quite a number of ,' : I'
Naval Al
faIlIate distributed Naval Air tree technical of charge[raining Center, th autoists have become entangled in the clutches -

Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command of the long arm of the law. irx $'r ,,
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval : \
Air Gunners' School, the U, S. Naval Hospital and the The police and highway patrol have ben < ,'+r t'ta j

Naval Auxiliary Air Admiral Station.Ralph Mayport E. Davlaon, over backward trying to be tolerant, but as .. J. ::' : '
<:h raf Naval Air Advanced Training( speeders have become more numerous they; ; ;. .

..... Captain Anthony R.-Brady USN Commanding are now ready to crack down. A traffic > I
Jacksonville Naval Air Station safety drive is underway in Jacksonville, and

Captain Naval Ford Air Technical N. Taylor,Training USN, Commanding Center police officers are on the lookout. for all traffic r J1 .

MC USN, CommandingU. violators. !h ..
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Captain Robert M. Gillett ( .
S. Naval Hospital So that there can be no misunderstanding .
here the maximum speeds permitted I r
Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USNR Commanding are ,
r Naval Personnel Separation Center on Roosevelt Highway:

I*. (:.,I. Alexander A. Vandearrl t. Jr., USMC. Commanding The stretch bordering the naval station- .
Marine( Barracks 35 MPH.

W, Captain. B.var'Air Brin Gunners r, USN, chooimandngCommander ; !' From the station's northern boundary to I t ,'
city limits (Verona Avenue, about four blocks .

i Naval Auxiliary Howard E.Air Born Station.USN Cecil Commanding Field south of the Ortega River bridge-45) MPH .- \_))

Inside city limits-25 MPH. '
Alberi\Viiiima. USMCR < .. .
Capt. -
Marine Aviation Detachment Navy. vehicles are subject to the sam< ",' ... '
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limits and drivers should take tc '. lIb
speed care
The JAX AIR NEWS/ receives( Ship's Editorial Association ma ,
"& terlnl. Republication of 'credited matter prohibited withou observe these maximums. '
25, D. C. Republication of another ]
permission of SEA. Washington cbNES '
IF ffijr matter except by service( publication, U prohibits Relations between th Naval Air Station ." :
V without permisalon of Editor JAX AIR :NEWS. and the local law enforcement agencies have *
"Really, Wilco, there is such a thing as getting TOO
always been of the best, and Lt. E. S* Par- much "
Level sun.
!' 'Your Educational rish of the city police has asked that every

the Educational Services one co-operate in keeping under the maxi

Center Anyone in visiting Bldg. 930 during working hours mum speeds allowed. If all motor vehicle SystematicContinued I BOOK SHELF I

offi operators exercise reasonable caution and One
will notice a group of enlisted men or from Page
engaged in some form of con- keep their speeds down there need be no cash purchase forms time aftei I KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS

cers busily activity. Further inquiry discloses reason to worry about being picked up for time. Almost dally we see this! Injunction -
centrated speeding. 4. There Is an authorized deduc in magazines and newspapers,
i the fact that most of these men are takingw tible sum to fit every income and yet how many of us really do
"a 'series of tests under the direction of the Let's keep the slate clean. you can tailor your savings to fit know anything about them? If

1 Educational Services Officer. zy your budget. we can't go to visit them the
tests as something to 5. The most important of all- next best way to get acquainted is
:Most people regard Y it is wiser to save first and spend I to read about them.
be avoided or, like the castor oil bottle, as the difference than to spend first' To the north of us there is Canada .
something to be used only when extreme and save the difference. I and Bruce Hutchison in THE

necessity dictated. But these servicemenand tew.S G1cdViews f rnrnStatlralWilliam There Is no need to enumeratt UNKNOWN COUNTRY, CAN-
actually seem to relish taking 1 again the reasons for purchasing ADA AND IIER PEOPLE has
women bonds. They are the safest invest written about this close neighbor.
the exams. ment in the world yield a high There is also Olive Willett Smith's
( Until recently most people believed that rate of interest and provide ar GASPS THE ROMANTIQUE, for
.
t education was a matter of four years in high excellent method of building up future those who like to read about the
R. Stevenson purchasing power for use< picturesque. In fictio: there area
school, four years in college, and so many :There is a right way and a wrong way when present-day scarce article! number of good stories about
[ gears in professional school, At whatever again become available at reasonable Canada among them Bruce Lan-
dropped out along the line, to believe in God. The wrong way is to say, prices. Then too, it is a convenient caster's GRAND PARADE Willa
point a man the extent of his edu- "If God will do so and so, then I will have way to build up an edu Gather's SHADOWS ON THE
i that was regarded as faith in Him." The right way is to say,, cational fund or to make provision ROCK and Mazo de La Roche's
cation. But what of the many who droppedout i "Even though this or that happens to me, I for the day when you wish tc JALNA series. Also to the northis .
of school early in life yet made a success, retire. Its use as an economic bur Alaska and Herbert C. Lanks'
words there
will trust in Him. In other
who never suc- fer in the event of Illness or re HIGHWAY TO ALASKA and
graduates
or many college are no "ifs'7 or conditions attached to true duced earnings has no equal. I Constance Helmerick's WE LIVE

ceeded? belief and trust in God. Genuine faith is That military personnel in the IN ALASKA give a good description
J* :Many modern educators today are gener- expressed in the words of the Psalmist, Naval Air Advanced Training I of the country. Barrett Wil-
that high school or liberal arts in Command already realize the'vai I loughby's THE GOLDEN TOTEMis
; ally agreed a "Though he slay me, yet will I trust for the
ue of the allotment plan a novel of present day Alaska.
attitudes
and
college teaches certain skills Him.; purchase of Savings Bonds can be I Our closest southern neighboris
rather than specific information. They are I don't wish to be misunderstoed in this. judged by the fact that among na Mexico and Olive Brenner's THE

also agreed that these same skills can be ac- I: do not mean that God deliberately sends val shore establishments the NAA- WIND THAT SWEPT MEXICO
such as service TC has the highest percentage ot tells of the Mexican revolution in
media their
quired through other trouble into men's lives in order to test enrolled
officers and enlisted men 19101942. In fiction there is C.
schools," travel, reading, conversation, dis- faith.' What I do mean is that He asks fora in the program during the last re I Hobart's THE PEACOCK SHEDS

cussions and general living. man's loyalty regardless of whether the ported month April. The figures I HIS TAIL Shellabarger'a CAP-

With this in mind a group of these ed- road ahead be rough or smooth. ,I show a total of 74.3 per cent par. TAIN FROM CASTILE Which
..
ticipation.The tells about the capture of Mexico
ucators set out several years ago to determine There are many persons whose religious record of civilian employeescould City and Frings' HOLD BACK
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what these basic skills were, to testi faith begins with an "if. They find themselves stand improvement. NAS THE DAWN. Cuba Is represented -

high school graduates and college freshmenand in danger or trouble, and they say, Jacksonville is in sixth place by Hudson Strode's THE PAG-
to see how well they had 'If God will save me and get me out of this, among the larger air stations with EANT OF CUBA. About Central
sophomores 41.5 cent. NAS San Diego America there are T. GUI's JUNGLE
per
I'll[ turn over a new leaf and give Him my
mastered these skills. Once these norms were HARVEST De-
leads the list with 62 per cent,, and Betty O
set up, the non-high school graduate or per- loyalty. Faith in God that begins with an while NAS' Norfolk is in seventh Sheribinl'a WIND ON THE PAMPAS -
I who had not attended college could compare 'if"' is worse than no faith at all. and last place one behind Jac .. about Buenos Aires. Thel-
son has faith until he with 32 cent. ma Strabel has written about Peruin
himself with those who had been more No man really can say, sonville per
} 'Even' though I never get out of this danger The drive is scheduled to closeon STORM TO THE SOUTH while
fortunate. Friday 5 July, and the results the war between Peru and Chileis
"1.- Under the direction of Dr. Linquist of alive, even though trouble does come upon will be published in the following the setting for Algeria's

'the University of Iowa, tests were designedto me, yet will I continue in my love and loyaltyo i issue of the Jax Air News. BROAD AND ALIEN IS THE
f math- ; God." In the Garden of Gethsemane, WORLD. John Gunther's INSIDE
check skills in English grammar, LATIN AMERICA is
a popluar
crucifixion Jesus
his trial and
before
: ematics, and ability to read and interpret lust leaves Halted By history of South America.At .
Father if it be
"Oh possible
and liter- prayed : my ,
' social studies science
materials in ,
'i ) from nevertheless not Georgia Quarantine
et this cup pass me; ,
to 35,000
.;; ature.graduating These high tests school were seniors given throughout is I will, but as Thou wilt." Here is no If you live In Georgia, forget llJiu n S rru (ePE
11i' and attempt to bargain with God. Here are faith about that It'au-for the present -
' the United States and 5,000 men women
. freshman md loyalty untarnished by any "ifs" or hesi- at least. tli. Station Chapel, Birmingham
who had just completed the or ations.; This is bona fide religion: "never- Since the Georgia Board of Read and Maitin AT....
sophomore in college. Health ha* declared that all ProUttanl
a t year Jieless, not as I will, but as ThQu wilt. 0780
Italy
.. The Armed Forces and Veterans Admin- persons entering the state from -B. C. Gilbert.Communion Chaplain

,. : istration as well as the American Council successful completion of the series of General Florida period Will of two be weeks quarantined as a pre-fora 09JO-NATTO Ben Chaplain E.

ft of Education were convinced of ,the value Educational Development Tests. A Sic ventative measure against the 104$-W.Dlvln Andrew. SerTlce. -Chaplain W. R.
--' of these tests in determining the educationallevel iiscovered a serious weakness in his understanding spread of. polio, the Station Sttvenaoiu
of service men and veterans, and as a of matters in the Social Science Personnel Office has halted the U15-The Hour Young People'i: V.nss t" '
annual leaves of residing -Small Chapel.
counseling medium for those who find school field and is now taking correspondence courses In Georgia who persons\\h.h to visit- ITiTino tterfirea for Colored rUMa..I.- !: o'

l attendance impossible but want to have to remedy the situation. More than likely their homes. 1430-Chaplain Uaildinr B. C). GUbert.80*

credit for their skills acquired while in the when he finishes these courses he will be. Personnel who. must travel Sunday School Small Chapel
0830-Chaplain
B. C. Gilbert.
through Georgia to reach their
J' service. jligible for a diploma. 'destinations outside that st \ Catholic
t For example, a chief warrant officer here The five parts of the high school exams ,are not affected by the orclt.r.and 0700 0900--M Man.......

"-7 at NAS had only a sixth grade education, equire from one to two hours each,,al-; they will be given a blip 1100-Mai,.
found that his there is time limit. The collegeevel permitting their passage. Christian Science bertiw
tests
but as a result of these hough no 1100-Sunda/1 Small Chapel.:
I| present day educational level is far above tests have four parts with an optional they through pick Georgia up their leave at. the papers.STOCKINGS time. An Outdoor ia maintained Nursery/ for between small children WO.

that required for high school graduation. math elective. Tests are given between 0800 I I and 1200.Weekday.

lie is now in the process of securing' his md 1630 Monday through Friday in'' Bldg. Religious Reliflove Service rVrrkeeJawiah and

high school diploma on, the basis of the 30.) If you haven't a high school 'diploma GALS! 1100_Friday Fellowship In the Small Hear Cbap'.J.

(, exams. An AMM2c with a tenth grade edu- rive these tests a try. Your educational level WAVES' hhlpV Service has Latter Day Saint* Service .
l 00-W 'ln Mlay Mutual Meeting, I*
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cation was asked, by his high school how nay have progressed higher than you realize announce receipt of a large Small Chapel.

,; lie would prefer his name to appear on the md a diploma may be waiting at the,- end shipment stockings ,ot which 01-gauge\\lll he rayon placed JJSO-Thurwiny Y..ag. Men', i..email Bible Chapel Clan '- E-:

c diploma to be granted him following his of the road. MI .sale tomorrow. E. Cajlor.p .


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27 June, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five




. ft & *R Inspecting ,

r RALLY TheInspectors 1


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HELEN C. BURNETTE
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:> <; : :,.: t 4 n 11o In making the rounds collecting '..

": "'':'' + ,, s news for this column, we have nev- .',

i.<: ;. : a er seen so many people looking like ,

wilted lettuce or so many "coke" '.
'
"',' : ; ': machines empty. Yes, the mer-

,j" tt itI cury haarbeen very high, but we ;
.. are hoping for cooler days soon. v

iiJoI:" Mildred Hardee, of Engine Over'I'

\ haul, is on emergency leave due I
to the death of an uncle

Chief Clark, pitcher on the NAS

f ball team, went to Hutchinson, I

Kansas, last week for a game at '
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the NAS there.

( We are glad to have Mrs. Elea- i

i. nor Adams back with us after being -

I A FAREWELL ADDRESS by Captain Malcolm M, out nine days due to a serious

1 Cloukey, greetings from Captain Braxton Rhodes, illness. Take it easy, Eleanor, as 1

and a word of praise from Captain Anthony R. we missed not having you with us.

Brady, commanding officer, were all on the pro- Mrs. Berniece Robbins, messenger -
gram last week at the huge rally of the Assemblyand for the department, is under
Repair department behind the main A & R the doctor's care and will not be

hangar. In the above photo the retiring captain working for some time. We will '

(t' poses with the shop supervisors who were awardedthe surely miss you, Berniece, and hope

production awards for their shops Left to right, you will be back with us in a few

they are C. J. Whitworth, shop 1381; H. A. Burn, weeks.
Accessories Division;' D. L. King, shop 1323; Lt. The two attractive ladies having ;

(jg) Thomas G. Henderson, Accessories Division; lunch with L. L. Kirkwood recently -

i William Myrick, shop 470; B. M. Jones, shop 712; were his wife and sister.

Captain Cloukey, retiring A & R Officer; W. L. Pur- Why not bring them more often,

cell, shop 713; W. L. Smith, shop 743; M. E. Greg- Lewis?

ory, shop 1335; B. C. Butch, shop 742; and B. F. Mrs. Ada V. Sanchez, Inspectorin

Griffin, shop 1376. The picture below was snapped the Dope and Fabric Shops, tooka

as Comdr. Ernest A Rust opened the rally at 1515 three-day leave last week, attending -

Tuesday, 18 June. On the platform, in the front row, to business and the decora

are Captains Braxton Rhodes, Anthony R. Brady tion of her home.

and Malcolm M. Cloukey. Inspector Charles F. Phillips and
his wife spent the week-end in -

Daytona Beach visiting their

-.- '-- daughter and grandson. Mr. Phil-
Leola Jones, now Mrs. George Ar- lips left the wife down there for a

New A & R Captain WelcomedAt :: cher of New York City: They've week's visit when he reported back

SUPPLYSALLIES been lucky in finding an apart- to work Monday morning.Mr. .

/ ment, even though it isn't close to J. R. Bishop, Inspector in
C the :Machine Shop, is look-
"E" Award Rally Last WeekA LaGuardia Airport where George ing forward to the return eagerly of his

.. works.; They are getting Settled daughter and grandson, and small

& R employees had their first real chance to meet their 4! after roaming around honeymooning. wonder! Have you seen the cute

new officer in charge, Captain Braxton Rhodes, last Tuesday She's learning to cook Says pictures son-in-law of(a the former baby lieutenant Daughter in,

during a mass rally and award presentation behind the mainA her husband makes a valiant ef- ,
By Clara E. Speer the Navy), and baby have been vis-

& R hangar. When leisurely heading out fort to eat all she prepares, even iting in Irwin, Pennsylvania for a

On the platform for the ceremonies, in addition to Cap- toward the North Gate the other corn bread and turnip greens. She month. Papa will drive the car

tain Rhodes retiring A & R officer Captain Mal- afternoon, Sarah Gardiner (Con- is missing our fine Florida weather. back, while mama and baby make
wen !the, tract) and her heard The subway has proven to be the trip on the plane and we bet
colm M. Cloukey, and Captain Anthony the siren of the passengers Station Police. her mode of transportation to get Grandpa Bishop will meet the
R. Brady, NAS commandingofficer. around and see the tall buildingsand plane. Yes sired!
A & R News Having a healthy respect for the
Starting the rally at 1515: Station Police from previous ex- sights while George works, F. V. Moriarty, Inspector in the
Comdr. Ernest Hust, the master of and Island is next her
Coney on
Landing Gear Shop has been ill
Administration and PersonnelBy periences with them, Jjarah pulled ,
ceremonies, introduced Captain i over and stopped. The police car list. They've enjoyed scores of with his shoulder and back for the
Cloukey who, in turn, introduced M. B. Wood-Robert L. Hutchinson shows. In order to how do-
prove past few days. Take it Mr.
I also stopped. The driver got out easy,
of A & R Time Section left
Captain Brady. mesticated she has become, she
Moriarty. We miss .
and down her you.L.
was bearing on car
The commanding officer lauded this week for the University of ended by saying she had to go out E. Jordan, Supervising Inspector
-
with menacing stride. Sarah
the accomplishments of the A & R Chicago to study music under the a ex- in search of meat for dinner. of Sub-Assembly
Shops
instruction of Marcel DUpre of claimed, "What on earth have I says
Department under Captain Clou- done now ?" The was terrific "Bunky" Harper returned froma he will truly be glad to have C. W.
Paris, France. 'Bob was one of 35 suspense
key and pointed to the excellent The driver suddenly stopped two weeks vacation to Crescent Land, S2/c, return after being on
to be accepted in the United Statesto
,monthly production record achieved study under Mr Dupre. He will short in his tracks and remarked, City with a "GI" haircut, much to leave. Charles, now visiting his
in the summer of 1945. He "Oh, it was another car." He the consternation of his mother, home in Rome, Georgia, is one of
five-weeks
in
undergo a course or-
asked the employees to join together music. climbed: back in his car and drove Lillian Harper (Follow-Up). the youngest inspectors in the department -
in wishing Captain Cloukey gan but :Mr. Jordan he
on. So Sarah and her Three former Purchase Group says
in his duties in the Philip E. Brant of Planning Di- passengers
success new began breathing again! Supervisors, who are now workingin is truly a worker and is doing a
Bureau of Aeronautics, and in wel- vision resigned last week to ac- fine job in Shop 1030.
town have been
coming Captain Rhodes on his return cept a position in Jacksonville. A party from Inventory Division frequently seen Incidentally, did know
you we
Can
to NAS as A & R officer."I Mr. Brant had been employed in had a picnic at lunch time the lunching together. you guess have two magicians in the depart-
who they are? Carolyn Scott Clo
know that all of you will give the Assembly and Repair Depart- other day down by the river at the Reiter and Edith Hunter. ., ment? For any information regarding -

Captain Rhodes your utmost co- ment for four years and at the point Anybody wanting to know Edna Brunson ( saidthey same, or unbelievabletricks
and in the time of his resignation was the spot, ask Marion Fulcher. Follow-Up)
operation support same super- got ambitious and tried to see W. H. Pascal or H E.
manner that you have given co- visor of the Changes Section of Alma Saylors decorated the table Paine.
their house in Find-
and to Planning Division. The with water lilies. Ants were con- paint one day.
Captain
operation support vacancy Early Saturday morning bathersand
ing that they were getting more I
filled T. Corte. spicuous by their absence, but per-
Cloukey, he said. was by Joseph I cun-tanners who are anxiousto
I themselves than
paint on they were
it because didn'tlike
haps was they
In his farewell address, Captain Misses Jessie Miller and Agnes the watermelon. The on the house, they decided to com- know the names of the two

Cloukey expressed pleasure in be- Mljolevic went for a sight-seeing lias in bloom overhead were magno-tanta- i plete the job next week-end. blondes who frequent Jax Beachin
ing able to present efficiency tour at Silver Springs over the search of the cool breezes and
close!
awards to nine shops and the ac- week-end. Even after having lived lizingly the sun, just look around you and
cessories division. He thankedthe in California they think :Florida I Nadine Robinson (Inventory) recently see who has "that marvelous sun

personnel of the departmentfor has beautiful scenery. I became the bride of Irving INSIDEPUBLIC tan". Try it some time and you'll

their support in the past, and i Mrs. Gertrude Hutchinson, civilian Barnes NAATC., Sl/c, .who. .is Purchase now attachedto was return full of "wim and wiggor",

told them that the reputation of personnel assistant, left last pleasantly surprised at the arrivalof WORKSVIRGINIA
the Jacksonville A & R is very Wednesday for a three-week vaca- A mighty creature is the germ,
another veteran Victor Frees,
high in Washington tion. Mrs. Hutchinson will spend transferred from Mayport., He has K. WALPOLB Though smaller than the pachy-

Captain Rhodes commended the her vacation at Lake Louise and derm.
service in Trinidad and South
employees for their past work and Banff, Canada. seen There are two very happy fa- His customary dwelling placeIs
America. thers in our midst right nownotnew deep within the human
asked them to continue their fine race.
i Mrs. Boots Vereen is
work. "The Assembly and Repair very much Issue Division is happy to have ones-but in a way they must His childish pride he often pleases.By .
missed in the Time Section this back on duty again Erma L. Han-
Department here is one of the top- I feel like new ones. R. M. Garth'sson giving people strange diseases.Do .
week because of illness. We
ranking A &. R's in the United hope na after an operation and illness has returned from two years you, my poppet feel infirm?
Boots will be well and
soon backto beginning April 22nd. Laura
States, and I hope it is going to work with overseas, and H. M. Corse's son is You probably contain a germ.
us. G. Bryans (Issue) is reported con-
maintain its excellent standing in home for thirty days after gradu- -Ogden Nash.
the future he stated. valescing' home after an appen- ating from the Naval Academy.All ., .
place unknown to any one in the dectomy at St. Lukes Hospital.
Mother: Do think
our
the news this week is not you
building.The Rosalyn Hawkins (Administrative -
daughter has a one track mind?
file room welcomed Jewel good, however, as it seems that
) was welcomed back to Mr. Boyer (Power Plant) is in the Father: Yes, and I think thereis
Butler and Eleen Anderson the ,
three-weeks absence
work after
a
a troop train running on it. ,
GATE GOSSIP] hospital at Lake City and Mrs.
first of the "feminine" army to due to illness. Our condo-
Helen Thompson (Transportation)
come to the Department. lences to :Millie Shaffer (Adminis-
is also in the hospital for a sinus
Michael Cascone has taken Walter Personnel STRIKER
over trative), Fay ( )
Seems the people in Industrial the work in Beneficial Suggestionswhich and Olive Taylor (Stock Control) operation. And from Design comes

Relations believe in getting their I had been done by Mrs. Mar- : for the recent bereavements in word of an epidemic of mumps.C. .
As A. Tovey's wife and children
,
summer vacations in early. .t
garie D. Putnam, who recently resigned their families.
I all had and also Mr.Melsheimer's .
John W. Carson and Gladys have mumps,
soon as
I her position because of ill Georgia Horton (Receiver's) has
I Crider returned from their I little boy. All are im-
health. returned from an enjoyable visit \
i n. Mrs. Florlne Gannaway took proving now, though.
trips
,
brothers Cochran
There will be no future confu- with her at ,
,} off for Hot Springs, Ark. She re- sion about which building a person Georgia. She says the food was Also heard of two visits from the
turned to the office looking very stork to two former employees
must go to when he wants to find delicious and the weather like some ,
healthy and happy. Now we won- someone in the Industrial Relations of those perfect June days the po- Louise Abraham, who was Lt.White's 7

; der who will leave next. Henry Department. The entire activityhas ets wrote about. She said she secretary at Maintenancefor
Masterson has been toying with a long time, and Estelle Hampton -
been centralized in Bid?. 450. could testify to the roughness of
the idea of taking some of his ac- the cement sidewalks there, as she former draftsman (they say
cumulated leave, but special duties Whether it was in celebrationof exhibited her skinned knees. They that word also applies to the female -
keep popping up to prevent his the union of the entire force in of the species) in Design.
will get well, she moaned, but shewon't
the
one building, or coming depar-
g ing. Both had girls.
Much excitement was caused in ture of two employees,, a gala wie- get over th, fact that she
ruined her beautiful nylons! The number of personnel on
Bldg. 450 when Mary Barket start- ner roast was held at the jetties
last night. Ask anyone who was Lois Miller (Follow-Up) is awayon leave throughout the department
her
. ed flashing around engage- to visit is just too extensive to enumer-
ment from "Easy" Lewis. But there If there weren't plenty to eat her vacation. She plans
ring little and plenty of cokes. Canada and Mayo Brothers. ate, since hot weather is really
went
of the other a
one girls here, but did hear that Comdr. R.
bride Estelle Davis (Proposal) enjoyed a
to the ,
further best wishes
-
Edythe Bohannon Player and the Boy: If a very ugly boy triedto recent week-end at Wildwood, E. Ford, Maintenance & Utilities M
has taken his family to
Carl W. Player of Assembly kiss you, would you scream ? Florida. Supt.;
groom,
&: Repair. The wedding took Girl: Try it- and see; News received In Purchase from Ohio fur's few days.

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Ui/AT TO DO! WHERE TO GO I
By' C'onulr.% Robert P. Beebe

Well, the Beer Garden finally
MOVIE SCHEDULE Girx'ke.dA opened and it looks l lijte we will

"' NATTC have a good supply of the brew

for a while So that's that.

rumYM> SATURDAY I One of the fundamentals of Beer

"ANNA AND KING OF SIAM:' starring Irene Dunne and Rex Yft / Hall operation is that the duty

Harrison 6 : section cannot enter. We simply
_. M'M! )'\\' c 7 : a ?LY'sl?td asA can't afford to take a chance on
"WITHOUT RESERVATIONS, starring Claudette Colbert and someone who must stand a watch
John Wa! >ne. I I| getting in trouble: hence the requirement
'IM\Y VM:' TtlF.sUAV"O.S.S I that all entering per
,," starring Alan Ladd and Geraldine Fitzgerald. sonnel have their liberty cards.
1t iIN HSU.11'"w This cuts out the students who a
I HAD MY WAY," with Eing Crosby. may not be in the duty section
but don't rate liberty The question
Till RsDVl
has been kicked around quite
r 4 "GENTLEMEN :MISBEHAVES," starring Robert Stanton and ,
OHaab.lllen.. POWER IN THE PACIFIC, the exciting pictorial dis- a present bit in idea the is last to week give and all students the

play of actual battle scenes, was well received by the per- a duty section card. AsI..
YELLOW WATER sonnel at NATTC with 3,968 people tabbed entering Bldg. starter this card will be good for I n

MUI>.\\' \M WIUKDVY :513 For some it was something new, something fascinating; three sections on Friday nights. U
I only. Whether to extend this privilege
f" "CENTENNIAL SUMMER," with Linda Darnell and Cornel Wilde for others. it. was old, something real as they viewed thevivid \ to other nights of the week

:o.rNUA ? ana lifelike display.For I --- will\ be held up for a while till we
I 'DRESSED TO KILL," with Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. I J. L, Estano, CPHoM now' ATTENTION see how things go. Which puts

..t MONDAY \M Tl'FSI\Y at the Aviation Fundamental I HEPCATS it right up to the students.
"ANNA AND KING OF SIAM" starring Irene Dunne and Rex School, it was extremely familiaras The Beer Garden is open to all
On Friday night, July 5th, all
Harrison he saw the view of the Fleet enlisted personnel including Waves,
I in the Aleutian Islands for you hepcats had better be inl
r \\KIJNfcMHY waiting but not to civilian guests. We
practice because for the first
the Attu invasion, and realized that later date to have
"WITHOUT RESERVATIONS, featuring Claudette Colbert and intend at a a
time in the history of dear old
John Wayne. he had taken that shot himself.T section specially set aside for
NATTC there will be a jitter-
his extraordinary collectionwas allow their But
1 TIUKMHYNO drags and entry.
contest with
bug prizes givento
of
compiled by one the na-
not now.
t SHOW,
tion's lensmen the winning couple.
outstanding: Cap-
You don't have to go over Just
Come on all you handsome
tain Edward Steichen. It
--'J THINGS TO DOABOARDHOBBY tain Steichen's ability to was analyze Cap- sailors, bring your girl and to drink beer. There Is plenty of
other stuff there. It Is intendedto
i
dance to the music of Sep-
and select the most
JsllOP Monday through Friday, 1700-2130, Saturday, that made the interesting pictures Senders" To assure you a full be a recreation area for all
+ 1300-213> 'New location in Bldg. 414. Wing No 1. Instructors on duty These presentationa evening of dancing, records of hands. The hall may look a little
fur leather chaft, model airplanes, and plexiglass success from pictures the thousandsthat were selected the latest popular music will be barren now but will gradually get

ptl BEER: II\LL Open nightly 1700-2130, Outdoor and inside areas. i : were snapped among by Navy, Ma- played during the band intermissions fixed up. I hope to run it with a
minimum of supervision and restrictions
Sandwiches and snacks available, rine and Coast Guard camermen, .
OKI. KOOM In auditorium daily, The Welfare Department and but that is entirely up
open Besides 'the
huge camera pic- I to If certain characters are
the Dance Committee are you.
and pool and lounge available preparing
ping ping tures, which
so vividly remindedall decorations for the I so short sighted as to drink too
BOWLING Six alleys behind Ship's Service available! to all the exhibit
attending of the pathetic event. Cokes will\ also be much, cause trouble, try to take
personnel Monday through Saturday, 1700.2130. Free bowling if you and tragic and humorous aspects I served 'I beer out or pass it through the
set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. of the war, every half hour Fellows. bring your own dates fence, enter with someone else's
MODEL AIRPUNK CLl'B--(NATTC Airdales) :Meets Saturday moving pictures were presented. and girls will be brought from card and all the other well known
morning at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg. I I USOs in Jax.. Waves and civil' tricks, why we will be forced to
BALLROOM: DANCE; CLASS-Every Monday and Wednesday at ian workers are invited I clamp down and cause trouble for
the Hostess House Beginners class 1900 to 2000, Advanced class, I everyone. Think it over.
2000 to 2100 --
No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between OFFICER STUDENTS AWARDED

tlicae hours. --- -... ...-. -

8U'MIMING-Pool .No, Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Officers I N TCen-
Couples, Family Groups-Children must be accompanied by parents -
Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. I a
Pool No 2-For Male Personnel only-Enlisted and Officers. Mon '
day through Friday, 0900 to 1100, 1200 to 1400, 1500 to 1600 and 1700 I
to 2100. Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. I euij4eeJust
; GOLF-Station Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all personnel
Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Audi :
torium: Monday through Saturday-1000-1700, Sunday-1030 to 1700MUMC / I
j'. -Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, I II
t contact Randals at Barracks 13. I a warning that there is a
TENMs' -Racquets and balls available at Physical Training Bldg speed limit on Roosevelt Highwayand
, 513. I it is 25 miles per hour after
J HOSTESS: IIOUfeL-Open daily 1500 to 2100 Saturday and Sunday you hit Cumberland Park, Just a
3.. 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. warning, because we found out! I
NATTC I inKAKY-Located in Auditorium, Open Monday through Also be extremely cautious when
Friday-0930 to 2100, Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2104. backing out of parking places if
ATHLETIC CiLAK-Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training there is a car within two blocks it I
' Department, Bldg, 513. is suggested through bitter I
SOI''TUrGames in the Intramural Softball League are played experience, that you just sit and
r-' every week-day night beginning at 1700. walt! ,
Frances Moore, messenger from I
I I WHERE TO GO-ASHORE Central Files in Bldg :500 and I a

+ Henry Armstrong, Exec's Yeoman,
, JACK-sONMLLK ]'IUSBuses leave at frequent Intervals will hear the musical notes of wed
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy). Surf bath- ding bells this week-end. Best of "4
. ing and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches Bus luck to them! I j:
)
faro 25c We heard from Snow Reven, ex- Pi-,3
j'I
, NAVY MOTI1IUS HOSTESS( HOUSE, 101 East Church Street. WAVE; she married the hometown I ; @ er .
USO CENTERS, at 122 West Forsyth Street; 311 West Duval boy! Mlstle Towers and Laurie -| -
DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street, ',
Street. USO WOMEN'S Burns attended the formal wed .
CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San ding held in Media, Pennsylvania, a .if i :::1
.. Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus three blocks from last stop on and hurried the couple off to a : ,"\f ....
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, :50c: ; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor honeymoon in Canada ,'
boats-$2.00 per hour Ave to eight people per boat. VAelfdre Department is having a I P i
IIOKSbmCK HIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA picnic at Gold Head Branch State -v <
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BLES. Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay Park Saturday. I v
Ride The Marines are really begin- v'
ning to expand. Just ask the First ;
I .
t.,i BEER FLOWS AT NATTC Sergeant who really thinks the I :-1'
drafts could report at some other ,
hour than 0100. i I F 'a
Walt Kwolek, the local artist' '
who is responsible for most of the I ," "
J''i dance posters and displays about I! ,
' NATTC, is leaving I i
\
Bldg. 613 took the championship A
placque in the volley ball tourna-
ment held among all of the AOMB
( ) Schools. Mr. Horowitz was (
r r wi beaming like a proud father! Congratulations -
el" i I
Cpl. Ernest B Manning, Marine t t)
i I Corps, finished the control tower
school with a half point lower than
the highest grade ever made in the THE DISTIMUIISIIM: LYING CKOS3 and two gold stars
final exam I in lieu of second and third awards and the Air Medal with eight
Class 28, AF School, wUhes gold stars is the accumulation of awards: which reached 1st Lt.
for William G. Carter. USMCR, and was presented by Captain Ford N.
there were banners awarded
WITH FULL; COOPERATION from Captain <'ord".N-Taylor-: ;
the best section as far as machingand Taylor, Commanding, last Friday
down to the working parties the NATTC Beer Garden has at last drill are concerned.All I It was expected tlr. the Silver Star would arrive before Lt.
opened'! the Commissary' Office has Carter completed the Advance Aviation Ordnance School here butit
' The formal opening took place last Saturday night with Captain l left NATTC and are now located I has not and will probably be presented to the medalbedeckedofficer
Taylor, Comdr. Beebe, the Executive Officer, Lt. Corn.lr. Meadows, at JIainside at his next station in Cherry Point. He completed 63 official
recently relieved Ship Service Officer and Lt. W. E. Kearney, new _. -------- I missions :a* pilot of an SLID, bombing enemy troops and bivouac
I+ Officer in Charge, consuming th e first of the brew. Willie: III! What's the idea of areas His home is in Glendale, Long: Island
A contest has been anounced for the name and to decide the standing here in front of the office j. W. MKO >S, LT. (Js), also a student at the Advance Avia-.
decorative motif of the garden, according to Mr, Meadows and Mr. you got fired from last week, ton Ordnance School I, received the Air Medal and five gold stars In
Kearney. Prizes will be offered for the best suggestions and all Waitln' to get taken back? lieu of duplicate awards Mr. Mross, from Wyandotte, Michigan,
hands are urged to participate and give Ideas for the new garden. I Jimmie: Not much! Wanted to I wears the Distinguished? Flying Crows, Purple Heart and Navy Unit
The hours of operation are from 170( to 2130 daily let if they was still in business Citation.p. .

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THE-- WORD. I be was i eiders Register Twin

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WATe1 From Aviation FundamentalSchool' I I

put bile: Over Miami '
der I I Victory

n"' B. K. Graham, ARM 2/c the
r: in

j The chief laughed at that one. Fleet Naulty, Jansen Hurl Wins;
Another; column] :|-"Emeison paid, 'Let the good a
week, another Meet Ft. Lauderdale Next
itselfknown'
alone the bad will make '
and quite a strain it is too. There ;
." The chief was C. E rival
not an awful lot of news for this I The NATT Center Air Haiders: slugged their Wlyto
Owens I ACOM, in charge of the last
week but will your rack poor his hardworldrreporter brains and 1 I Basic Skills phase of A vFundi I two more victories Saturday afternoon on the home diamond

try to remember as many of hand i Schcol and he was reading comments print Pitchers Charley Naulty and Len Jansen allowed)

your buddies' antics as he can. I about Basic Skills written It is Miami NAS only! nine hits in the two games, with Jansen
students in their final week I
by
Overheard a bar near St tive getting credit for a three-hit performance: The Raiders
him Chief
I To those who know ,
Augustine; Owens !simply! "Red"; and Red's job themselves clouted 20 hits in racking up the games by scores)
D. Hansen (to bartender): Give I ,---- ,-- -..-- ---
I naval history is a sea-story that can : of 6-3 and 9-2. .
us three bottles of beer. covers twenty years and four I I This weekend the local ball I to 500.
Bartender: I'm sir, but in I Last Friday the Raiders met the
sorry months. A Fund school makes way team faces Ft. Lauderdale another -
we only' have draught beer.D. |' the thirteenth tour of duty Chief I \' I I tussle to determine the Miami NAS team in the first

HansenThat's: all tight, 1 Owens ,has had since he went build champion of the Naval Air Train. : game of the series. However, the
give me three bottles of draught aboard the USS Mississippi in I i ing Athletic Conference. Althoughthe I game ended in a tie and made it
bftr. ,i 1926. of Raiders meet the Ft. Lauder. necessary to play a double-hit'aderSatuiday
'
Interested in cultivating the use dale squad from home, they Kyle Crawford worked
away
I Owens went aboard his
Chief I ball the mound for
( [ fine on
manly art of self-defense ? If so,, first carrier in 1932 when VF 3 (' are confident of racking up another a game
I the local team only five
allowing
he la give of wins which would
consult Perkins. They say pair
to the USS Langley.The .
was assigned i' hits and striking out 15>> Miami
mark
whiz at shaking hands I their conference up
a and the Yorktown are bring I
Ranger I __ hitters. Loose fielding allowed
R. Todd has been wearing his the other carriers Red Owens was Miami to force four unearned runs
volt smile these last few days 'aboard before he became leading : I
alert : Ship's Co. League across the plate in the third Inning -
.10' reason ? Last Monday 1 h< Chief of VB 8. VB 8 ass on the tive I which helped them gain the
a great big diamond home I tc I Hornet. "Were you in the water : 7-7 tie.
his'! "Neat little de-icer.\ The: romance | long when the Hornet went down, and ; Leads Intramurals \ Saturday's first game paw the

was a product of his last, Chief?" in ( Air Raiders push across four runs
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leave I, "No, not long, "I was picked I Only two leagues operated the on In a in the first two frames to take a
last week
Mystery of the week: I full schedule as had which put them in front to
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had trouble get-
tramurals again
Who stole the cat from the THE CHIEF SHOWS HOW full week's play. Leading i ctay. Charley: Naulty had a orie-
in
ting a
Post Office hallway ? Or beta I ht: shutout until the sixth whena
the Ship'sCompany
interest is now on
still, who brought it back ? Thwt team pair of singles and Woody Wil-
designated as No. 1, for Its Leaguewith any liams' home run scored ell three
( chance as the
good a
standing as
appearance in order of delivery,, of the'Isltors' runs. Bob Pratt
disappeared one night after the next. i I then took over the pitching: t'Loresand
usual movie. A great sorrow had Only one game was played in had no trouble the rest ()1'

just begun to descend on all handsin slew' f as the Independent League" Barracks I the way.
the Welfare Building when, 1 Ic I 52, paced by the two hit hurlingof I The Raiders tallied again in the
their star pitcher, Joiner, wona
and behold No. 1 suddenly real fifth on an error, a hit and a
thriller from T-EB, 21.Wednesday's .
prared. Hallelujah! I fielder's choice. The final run
Ship's Companygames
Lubin can finally take it easy; were filled with plenty of came on Ensign Jerry Mc-
D. Schulz and A. Shot well have action. Physical Training and Caugh y', circuit wallop in the:
been sent over from NATTC te Disbursing handed the Mess Cooks sixth, bringing the score Jo 6-3

take a hand in the projection their second straight setback 8-2. 1 The second contest was a walk
booth. They're a couple of good Bob Chisel let the Mess Cooks away as the locals banged the ap-

boys too.Poem down with only two tingles while ple for 14 base knocks, including
: his mates backed him with 11 solid Lefty Jenkin's homer. Jim "Fash"
safeties. Jim Hartigan connectedfor Coddington started off the fireworks -

The Sailor's car was stalled S Inthe three of the winners' hits. in the first inning with a .'
night.So ( The Storekeepers: won their first I single to center. Jeoknis and La-

he turned to his wife and game of the season by droppingthe Hullier were retired with little
said, Dear, Dispensary team, 9-7. Roach effort but Charley Robinson, and
]t's lovely out in the bright moonlight I slugged a homer for the winners Lea Rasmussen followed with hits
and Vainer connected for the to send Coddington across with
So get: out and push while 1 y. losers. At the end of seven innings the first run Bill Berkee walkedto
teer.. The Frog. the game was tied at seven- load the bases and Jerry Mc-
In spite of rumors to the contrary all, making it necessary to playan Caughey singled two more runs

there will be no admissiacharged .. .. _.. .. .. Duval'i extra inning in. Catcher Glesne again loaded
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for recreational .wlm- ) Welfare, behind the steady the bases on a walk and pitcher
ming. The rumor started vhen up by the Russell, he replied. chucking of Ken Flesh, blasted I Len Jansen helped his own cause
Homebody made the remark that Then added, 'Destroyers were Maintenance. 145. Mjiir led the I by driving in a pair of runs witha

lOc will be charged for pool. Of coming in there like snakes. most x sluggers as he pounded out another timely single.:
When asked what duty he I After that outburst the Ral t'J'8
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course he meant pool like with a bush i home run.Friday's
enjoyed Chief Owens replied that I National League games coasted in with the only big blow
!
rue.Report on the new coin boxes in I the days aboard the -USS MIS8Is'l ( I found Barracks 7 beating Barracks I coming in the third when u.ftyI

Ship's Service: Isippl were the best. "You -I' a 1 20 by the score of 6-3 Mar- I Jenkins a newcomer, slapped outa
two days ahead of time what you'd too much round tripper with the; packs
Upon depositing lOc a milk i I tin.* two hit Job being ;
shake comes out, upon depositing I I' for the losers. Building 463 racked Ipmp""".
fte a candy bar comes out, upon I up a win via the forfeit route as I Len Jansen again went the entire -
depositing a slug the Ship's Service : All Station I Building 465 failed to play. route for the local team arid
Officer comes out. ham Barracks 20 edged Building 461. was never in serious trouble. The
I' in the final of the week. visitors could only garner thitr
That's all for this time. See Lt, 9-8, : game
you next week.Jax Smoker Tonight the' Although his team was beaten, hits of his chucking, while the
'r I It is Lee Chadwick was the whole show. Raiders themselves ,were getting
I
i two Chadwick knocked out two homers 14 The final score of 9-2 almost
j i The biggest Smoker, of the season i I when at bat and struck out 11 tells the complete story (.f the

Net Team is on tap tonight at the outdoor i I have batters when pitching, game. -- -
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I boxing area behind swimming in i AT STUDENTS PACK BIG WALLOP
Beats NATTCThe : pool No.2. Entries have been 'I'I I can II

pouring li to Promoter: Al Sini- : ] ;
i I (' ;
Springfield Tennis' Club aJacksonville baldi and plenty of mitt stingers I Bill I ;
;
defeated the NATTC will be on hand. I { : .1r
Tennis team for the second time I! Many of the boxers that have Id:

the same score of 9-2. The: i been seen in the previous Smokerswill \(,
.arches were played on the NATT be around again tonight. In. ;

enter courts Sunday afternoon [ Among these are Dick Ajraud, Rich
The newly organized NATTC winner of his flrst.two bouts; Ronald :

team showed improvement over I Bondy. a newcomer who losta ('(. ; /
their first outing and hope to record hairline decision to Ayraud and I 13111 :
a victory in their next meet I will meet him again tonight: Tony from :

Wasko defeated Garen, 6-2, 9-7, Campagnone and Bob McDonouglvanother I won the : < 't i.jr i.
to give the local team one of their pair of pugs who have 11 : : +
victories and Wilcox and Nelson gained the fans' admiration. I'' AT >

won from Carpenter and Nelson, I As a special added attraction ''I'll.' : !
]1-9, 6-2, for the locals' other win. I Harold Chester and Andy Com,
The Springfield Club won all the Adams, both of the Dispensary, Nee* : !;:
other matches in this manner, will meet in a wrestling match. won from : :
Horn beat Chaplain Buhler, 6-1, The two masters of the grunt and .
6-4; Dozier beat Kroth, 5-7. 9.7tiI I groan game have offered their

; Cohen beat Nelson, 75. 60Hernandez I I services to show that wrestling
beat Wilcox; 6-0, 6-1; will not take a back seat to box-
and Nelson beat Devanney, 6-2, i

63.In ing.Last week's bouts were again
matches Dozier jr _
the doubles witnessed by a huge throng of I ,,
and Spearman edged Wasko and The main event of,
spectators. the
Kroth, 7-5. 7-5; Hernandez and ud.
went to Dick
the evening
I the
and
Cohen beat Chaplain Buhler point In
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and | Dick piled up enough that t
Nelson
6375. .
vanney, the first two rounds to win the I !
and Camon,
Brooks
.rcn beat I
fight although! Ronald Bondy put
6-1, in the mixed doubles
third
| on a wonderful rally in the ") ,
match round that almost turned the tide. '
An exhibition match was playedbetween I'
Tonight these same two fighters the
Lieutenant Helen Perry
I' the ring In a -
will be tanned in 'L-- t
and Mrs. Nelson of Jacksonville I -
Mrs Nelson winning the match In rematch. ,
I Tony Compagnone won from is!! a s
straight sets 6-2, b-1. h
I Bob Nf'f'IIeartf'r three rounds of for '

Wife: "Wake up. Nally! There's 'punching In another fine bout I the "

a burglar going through jour Carl Freeliind took his but from I Typical action from last Friday's Smoker is shown in the above
pockets!" Rich Vaerewyck in a good) match picture. The cameraman used excellent timing to catch this actionas

" Sleepy spouse: "You two fightIt I' that was very even thioughout.The Ed Caba pops Bob McDonough directly on the button. However -
out between yourselves." funniest fight of the night McDonough used" his ring knowledge to advantage and was
was the Ken .Mustaln-Bcib Rogersbout. the winner by decision. The referee in the background is Al Sini-
In the courtroom It takes 12men After punching themselvesout (' baldi, veteran of many boxing' wars. Sinibaldi, besides acting asreferee
to find out if a person is innocent during the first round, the !! t>f the bouts, is in .charge of the receiving and matching1 of
and
,On a country road in the two sluggers: drugthemselves! the entries.r '
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JAX AIR NEWS 27 June 1946

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VSB Out In Front In Pensacolu Nine Here .

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Station Golf TourneyATD For Two Leogue Tilts



Still In Second Place; NAS Play NAS Friday And Saturday; 't'',

Linksmastcrs Have Active Week Locals Split With Hutchinson


Fast establishing itself as the team to beat in the With their schedule interrupted continually by cancellations

Station Round-Robin golf tournament is the VSB Helldiver the local Flier baseball club has been having com

squad, still leading the 12-team pack after four flights of paratively idle weeks lately, and after a five-day layoff will

play with a plus 25 score. VSB's win last week over the clash with Pensacola NATB tomorrow and Saturday on

Staff team added three points to their total and markedthe Mason Field in a pair of Service League games. The NAS

straight week the Helldivers: were in the top spot.Doggedly club now has a record of six wins: and three )losses in 1 loop

trailing VSB: in the play, and a double kill over the
second place position is the ATD Pensacola squad would put them
outfit With a 16-point total. ATD back in the running for first place
and the NAS enlisted men met It. R. GRAY TOPS the three with the Corpus Christl and Ot-
last week and broke even in the ;'_ NAS bowlers in the Journal tumwa nines.
point column to stay just where tourney In town as he is riding The Mainside diamondeers had

f they were at the end of the third along in sixth place after rollinga T but two games last week, when
flight tabulations, in second and r fine six-game set of 1147 last I they met the Hutchinson! NAS
third place respectively. ATD, I Thursday to best all the entries. d'STEADILY crew on the Kansas club's field.

with a plus 16, will have a tough Gray is rated a fine chance of i Again the Fliers had to be content i
time catching the Helldivers in finishing in the top three in to- with a split, as Hutch took the

the remaining six: flights of play, I night's finals at the Springfield m first game by a 3-2 count. The
but could easily turn the trick alleys in J ax. second game, however, saw the
with a few smashing wins. --- Fliers practically run the Hutcl

The NATTC enlisted men put Final Round Of boys out of the ball pack as they t
on the biggest drive last week pounded out 21 base blows and
when they moved from a minus walked off with a stunning 22-5 .

six digits to a plus five, at the ex- victory.
pease of the comparatively weak UOINU INTO THE. FINAL Bowling Tourney CLIMBING Hutch WiltS, 3-2
round of In the Jacksonville
PBM aggregation. The NATTC play SINCE he started out in 45th Jack Seidwitz hurled for the
gang now rates fourth place after Journal Bowling Tourney with a place in the bowling tournamentis Fliers in the Friday fracas with
their 11 point victory. The remaining total of 7263 is W. M. Boozer Starts TonightThe C. A. McCain, who is now In Hutch, and limited the enemy bat-
eight teams are all far the Flier pin-buster that holds 17th place. McCain baa jumpeda ters to four safeties while his

back and would have to win land- down the nineteenth-place posi- final round In the Jacksonville minimum of one spot after mates were grabbing six bingles
tion in the event.
slide matches to catch the present big Journal's each successive! night of bowl from Nichols, the Hutchinson
bowling tourney gets
twirler. Seidwitz, however had
leaders. ing and is a serious contenderfor
Links life at NAS was further their first loss in six: outings on under way tonight at the Spring the big money in tonight'sbig trouble with his control as he had
enlivened last week when the sta- the winner's course, but it wasn't field alleys in town, and three men finale.PISTOL. been on leave and had not pitchedfor
until the last had strolled from NA.S will be putting in their
pairings
tion fairway fanciers engaged in a three weeks, and he gave away
Into the clubhouse that the NATB bid for some of the $500 prize 11 charity bases. The Kansansgot
pair of contests and came away
batting .500 by virtue of downing I men could claim their win. The money offered the contestants who CLUB off to a 2-0 lead in the third
< Fliers had 13-6 when the finish in the upper division. The RANGE
Banana River 22-5 on 20 June, a edge frame when they combined a hit
first two teams ended their 18- Flier pin-buster who is given the
and dropping a close decision to and a passed ball for their tallies
the Pensacola golfers by a 15-13 hole grind, but Pensacola's third best chance to finish in the top STILL MOVING UP IN but the Fliers tied the count in

count last Saturday, 22 June. pair picked up nine points over money is R. R. Gray, now in sixth the seventh when Bill Evans sin-

Banana River proved no match the Jax third team, to walk off place in the standings and holderof MAINSIDE SOFTBALLStill j gled, Bob Forbes tripled to leftfield
with the last Thursday's highest six.
for the Flier linksmasters as 1513'ictory and then Seidwitz drove In
ACRM Cravens and Lt. Comdr. Today on the Malnside links a game round I Forbes with a long fly to centerfield
rolled climbing steadily to the
Gray an 1147 set last 1 t upper
mixed foursome "selected dilve"shot
Sheedy turned in two sizzling Hutch got its winning run
Thursday night and moved from division in the Commandant'sSoftball
rounds to put the damper on any tourney will be run off, andit in the ninth when centerfielder
hope for anything but an NAS is open to all naval personneland eighth place to his present sixth League is the Pistol Gasper sent in Barrett with a
place On :
spot. Monday
night
triumph. Cravens shot a 38-38 their dependents. The special 24 June. Range nine, now winners of seven left field bingle. Tops at the plate
Gray posted a 1057 six.
76 while went event is slated to start at 1500. NAS Bill Evans with
for a sharp Sheedy game set and thereby into tonight's straight games with one of the for were
around with a 39-39, and 73. It Other golf Interest this week is goes two hits In four trips to the platterand
final with a total of at the of
score seven coming
was the second straight win for a four-way team match betweenJax expense Lyle Christianson who also
the Fliers over the Banana River NAS, Fort Lauderdale, Banana 7609. Back In seventeenth placeis the Marine squad which once helda I had two for foui
the steadily climbing C. A. Mc-
crew in the space of one week, River, and the Academy Cain. McCain started his first place tie with the Hospital Filers Take Second, 2J-5
as they had downed them in an Grads team from NAS, which is three weeks move nine. The Fliers got their batting eye
when he
earlier < ntest with equal ease. set for this Saturday on the Fort ago was in in the second tussle with Hutch
45th place and after each night he On Tuesday, 21 June, the Pistol
Pensacola handed the locals Lauderdale course. and knocked two of their chuck-
bowled, he moved up by leaps and Range team Knocked off the Marines ers out of the box in their 21-hit
I bounds, his 1078 set on Monday by a 3-1 score behind the pin attack. John Schmitz hurled an-

night giving him a total score of point pitching of Binnion who reg. other fine game for NAS, as he
7346 and his seventeenth place position istered a no-hitter. Binnion's fine held the Hutchinson nine to seven
In nineteenth place, witha mound effort was the first no-hit safeties and set down seventeen
score of 7263, Is W. M. Boozer. ter of the season, but he was rob batters via the strike-out route.

Boozer's 998 set last Thursday ber of a shutout when the Marines Holding a 5-2 lead going into the

night hampered him considerably, shoved across their lone tally via I seventh inning, the locals startedto
and his 1052 on Monday night kept two Pistol Range miscues. move, and led by catcher Bill
him from moving up in the stand The Hospital nine still leads the Berner's three-bagger with the

ings. Commandant's League with a rec- bases loaded, they shoved seven
When the Journal tournament ord of 13 wins and one one loss.
concludes the three runs across the plate to hold a
Navy men will However, the Hospital will have a
when the frame
12-5 edge eighth
begin campaigning as a team and
tough test when they meet the '
came around. Again in the eighth
will represent NAS. According to
second place A & R squad tonightat
and this
the Fliers batted around,
McCain, who is to be the
captainof 2030 on the Power Plant diamond -
the squad, the Flier bowlers will and anything but a win for time they scored nine runs. Bob,
By Frank Tours take on the toughest teams available the Hospital would put them intoa 'Forbes got a grand-slam homerin
Gene Tunney is howling again-and as usual he's direct- and will be able to give them tie with the Repair crew. The the eighth to lead the Fliers at

ing his howls at his boxing "buddy," William David Conn. top competition. With Boozer, other game tonight features the the plate.
Gray, and McCain on the squad, Bancroft Blockbusters, and the Besides the blows registered by
that
who PittsburghBill
Tunney was the chap loudly predicted it would seem unlikely that the Henry Sandwich Shop from the Berner and Forbes, the only other

didn't belong in the same squared circle with the dusky Fliers could be whipped by many City League. The Blockbusters are extre base hits were made by

king of swat, Mr. Joe Louis teams in this area. Besides, the an Academy Grad team, and have Evans when he drove the apple to

Well, maybe Tunney was right when he said Conn wasn't trio of touring bowlers the NAS been going great guns in their center field for a double, and by
but when squad will have W. O. Steinke and games with the local softball out Fred Young who connected witha
good enough to fight Joe,
he made the statement that Ray Maybe it'll be a Florida boy, Mr. C. A :Mader on the roster, both fits. The game is set for 1900. powerful smash out to left fie.l.
fame Tommy Gomez, who'll be the next fine bowlers in their own right. IATU has won the first half of for a two-bagger which drove .
Robinson, of welterweight ,
Graziano the mauling man on Louis' menu Of the Admiral's Trophy League, nos- two runs. Rudy Stewart with
and Rocky ,
of course, Gomez isn't attached to ing out the favored VSB 360 team three for five Christianson with
middleweight Handsome Bill, could, and dispose then offeredto Mike Jacobs' string of pearls, but WAVES Softball by two games. IATU finished the four for six, Berner with three for

back his statement with a he still rates a lot of fancy talk first half with a 10-2 record. Sec four, and Evans with three for

$25,000 bet up-well, that's shoutinga from the New York scribes Outfit VictorsIn ond half play in both leagues will five, led the Jax: NAS batting

little too loud Should Louis decide to lay off fora begin on Monday, 8 July. barrage. Krimmell, the Hutch
year, and should Gomez turn in right fielder, hit the longest ball
is
Robinson
Granted that Ray a Three GamesReversing
when he caught one
of the day
I one-round
fine welterweight, we still can't any more stunning DIKES HIKES TO MOUNTAINS the
of Schmitz's tosses and gave
see him giving away 35 pounds toa knockouts, such as the one he an earlier defeat, the (SE) Jimmy Dykes former ball a long ride out to left field
the class Conn Is pulled on Freddie Scott, It may be White
fighter with WAVES varsity softball team manager of the Chicago for a circuit clout
- supposed to have It would be that the purple heart veteran will dropped the Corpus Christi girls Sox, is resting in the Pennsylvania NAN AB H ro A
murder Conn get his big break-a shot at the declared he's goingto 6" 1 3
sheer was over- last Saturday on the Corpus dia- mountains He Chilstlanson M
, weighed 25 pounds when he fought heavyweight title mond when they beat the Texas forget baseball for a while." McGrath, 2b 5 4 0 3 2 0 3 0
cf
Louis this time, and look what For the first time I in many squad, 6-4, the same count that Evans Forbes, Ib ::5 2 6 0
I happened Graziano might moons, the Phillies are threateningthe Corpus won by in the first scrap and the Hospital "CorpsWAVES'squad Schmitz p 4 1 1 2Wentworth.
: give Billy a rough night, but Tun- teams in the National League between the two teams. fell this time. In five In- 3b 4 1 0 1aCaslno
his At this writing they're sit- nings of play, the varsity rackedup 3b 1 1 0 0
well to
ney would db save remarks The NAS girls turned the trickat Stewart, rf 5 3 0 0
: about the inability of Conn ting back in sixth place, but, the expense of Wisenhunt, the a convincing 33-12 triumph, although tiCurtls, rf 1 1 0 0
i i until Graziano and Tony Zale meet they've been goingalong at a tor- Corpus tosser who had beaten them the Hospital team was way Young, It 4 2 .1 0

_ _' next month for the middleweight rid clip, playing better than .700 before, and who the locals had off its usual playing form. Vir- chill Uerner!, ,If c 5!1 3 0 13 0 0 0

\\ crown If Rocky should rock ball in their last 21 games touted as the best WAVE chuckerseen ginia Walton and Butch Cloverled dMnnnlng, c 1 0 3 0Totals
S(r Zale to sleep with ease, Tuiwey Their home city is wild with the on the Mainside softball fields. tne varsity when they both "- --
little tot baseball bug now which just connected for round-trip blows. 46 21 27
would have a something goes This time WIsenhunt gave up six -Batted for Wentworth In 9th. _
squawk about Conn had to show what a winning club can walks, and they proved to be the Two games are scheduled for b a-Uatted for Stewart In 9th. .
. i quite a tussle with Zale after his do for Philadelphia Time deciding factor in the Flier girls next week Monday, 1 July, being c-Uatted for Young In 9th.
first fight with Louis, grabbing a was when people said Philly just win. Leading the Jax WAVES at set aside for a league tussle with d-Uatted for Uerner In 9th

close decision What we wont didn't have baseball interest, but the plate was Betty Vladeff who the Southern Bell team at the Mur. Hutch NAH AB I II PO A
,. \S der is-why doesn't Tunney shut as soon as "their" Phillies started got two bingles In three trips to ray Hill park, and Friday, 5 July, >tact rs 3 1 3 6
up? winning, the turnstiles started the plate. the date for another loop game Bariett, If 4 1 0 0
We'd like to the 21 with the Victory Playground girlsat Hi'en nan, 21) 3 0 1 0
They're now looking for an op- turning see On Monday night, June, the Gasper, rt 4 1 2 0
'. ponent for Joe Taml Mauri- Phillies go all.the way, but "dem WAVES won another victory when the Municipal Stadium. The Kent ct 1 0 0 0
. '. ello is the current popular choice, bums" are still this corner's choice they defeated the St. Paul nine in Southern Bell game is set to start LlnvU, c 4 0 8 2
for National 1800 while the match with Victory bSedlak, p 1 2 2 0
the at
League pennant the ,
but the barrel-belly Brooklyn boyis a city league scrap by easy I Vaughn, c 1 0 2 1
the type of fighter Louis eats Herb McKenley, the University score of 31-2 on the Willowbranch Playground will' be played under Crlmmell", r( 3 1 A g r
up-a la Tony Galento Jersey of Illinois' 440 ace who broke the Playground diamond. Louise Harvey the lights at 2000. IHnrdke. rt 1 0
I Jwher, Ib 3 1 7 0
Joe Walcott is next in line, butt world's quarter-mile mark recently was the star at the plate for The first round in the league is Quarry, 3b 3 0 1 0
after his malodorous bout with Lee with a 46.2 performance, came NAS when she tagged the St. Paul drawing to a close, and when the Gayle, 3b A A g 0Ilutler
Oma a few weeks back, the 32- up with the statement that he twirler for six safeties in six times second round starts, supposedly in p 0
would the Island of Jamaica at bat. two weeks, the teams will play KoKan ,p 1 0 0 0
I year-old Walcott would not be represent Gerard[ ,2b 0 0 0 0
J much of a drawing card (and in the 1948 Olympics in Another league scrap was won each other twice instead of just "
, the poor guy has five kids) London I by the Malnside varsity on 20 June once as in the first round. Totals 30 ? 27 5r



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