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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1946
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Vol. 4-No. 17 7 tIIl 4 July, 1946



Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training CommandU.



S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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,I : ,': ; ,\" '" Adm. Davison Heuds !

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I Succeeds Rear Admiral Shafroth; !
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Will Continue As Chief Of WHATC

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\ NAS Jacksonville formally became headquarters for the

: Seventh Naval District, and Hear Admiral Ralph E Davison ,

\ officially assumed his duties as commandant last Saturday I

during ceremonies which highlighted the first postwar "all

hands" Captain's Inspection held here.

Admiral Davison succeeded Hear Admiral i John l F. Sha-:

froth who will report; 10 the Canal
I Zone as Commander of the Pana-
y v Contest To Name ma Sea Frontier and commandantof

the 15th Naval District. Hit
Team I will continue as Chief of the Na-
: Command Changes Navy Flight
val Air Advanced Training Com-
(
rf ). ONE OI' THE :MOST COLORFUL Proves PopularEntries mand in addition tohis new duties
as commandant.
I Captain's Inspections in the ,
history of NAS Jacksonville was The transfer of the Seventh Na-
in all week for 1
staged last Saturday morning poured val District from Miami was but
i
.. All hands were present to wit- the contest to name the Flight Ex- one feature of the Inspection ceremonies -
.
...... I ; widespread
.. hibition Team, indicating -
ness the change of command of The presentation of
I/j' interest in the crack flierfwho '|
,ff the Seventh Naval District as I awards and decorations by Admiral -
the public a sample -
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davison are giving D. C. Ramsey, Vice Chief of
of the of
quality flying taught
t succeeded Rear Admiral J. F. Naval Operations, the performance -
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in naval aviation.
)< Shafroth as Commandant to see of the Flight Exhibition
'I
Breaking all previous records of
seven officers receive French I Team, and the assembly of all sta- ,
contests the Yard Mail was
-,. : aviators wings, and a number of past I tion officers and enlisted personnel ",
crammed full of all sorts of -
suggested
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decorations made by Admiral served to mark the Inspection
names for the team Theyran
''r..1u D. C. Ramsey vice chief of as one of the most memorable in
the gamut from such
J naval opel'a tlons. The Flight! mouth-I the station's history. For the first
Power
fuls as "The Flying
.. Exhibition Team lent a true PAC's" to such staccato time, the public was invited to Wit-
II. aviation air with its outstandIng
ness the event
"Jaxcats, "Aero Aces and the
: : performance. The top photo "Jaxateers." Some of the more Six naval officers and o.e Ma-
shows the overall scene as Rear I
r rine officer
f colorful ones included; Corps were presented
Admiral Shaft'oth reads his orders "Com- a ts," with French naval aviators wings,
The picture at the rightis "
"Death-Cheaters. conferred on them by Vice Admiral
a close-up of the same event Fernard Chief
"Sky-Jackers Raymond of the
with Rear Admiral Davison at Buccaneers." French Naval .
"The Flying Mission in the
the right. "The Sea Eagles," U.S.A., for their aid in training .
"Top Notchers" French pilots in this country dur-
"The Goshawks" ing World War II. Included were
1
"The Blue Bachelors." Lt. Comdr John H lartobino, Lt.
i 'Second Group Of Picnics Parties Still Possible ""The Sky Rocketeers." Comdr. A. B. Smith, Lt. Robert F.

"The Skyscrapers. Bergeron, Lt. Thomas Q Bevan,
Annapolis Grads "The Cloud Busters" Lt. James W. Barnitz, Lt (jg)

As Unit Welfare Funds ContinueNAS "Navy Cats." Maurice O. Rishel, and 1st Lt.
" To "Century Thunder Birds James C. Crawford.
Arrive SundayThe "
"Naval Cavaliers Captain Frank T. Ward, Deputy
Personnel will receive Welfare funds for picnics "Strat-O-Cats." Chief of Naval Air Advanced.
second half of this year's and parties after all "Aerocats." Training and Chief of Staff to
Naval Academy graduating class All entries will be judged on Rear Admiral Davison, was .presented
I will arrive at NAS Jacksonville I Following last week's announcement that Washington merit alone, it was pointed out, with a Gold Star in lieu ofa
I Sunday to begin the four-week : had ordered a slash in the amount of money to be turned with the judges selecting the $10 second Legion of Merit for his

aviation indoctrination course giv over from Ship's Service !profits: to the Commanding Of- winner without previous knowl- "inspiring leadership and outstand
en here annually to the newly- ncer for_ welfare ana recreational edge as to the name of the person ing professional skill" as com

I commissioned ensigns uses, the elimination of the Unit I I one issued last week which limitedthe submitting it. The contest will con- manding officer of an escort car.
Group I, consisting of 358: young Welfare Fund seemed inevitable. I amount to be made available tinue until a desirable designationis Tier in combat operations off Okinawa
officers, will leave Saturday and But after a careful study of the from Ship's Service profits to 80 found for the team. between 8 April and 11 May
each ensign will be given leave problem of getting the maximumof cents per man per month. Under Rules for the contest are sim 1945.
I before reporting for duty with the recreation, entertainment, and the plan outlined in the new or- ple. Just send in the name you Others receiving awards from
fleet or at a shore station. pleasure for all hands out of each der, transfer of Ship's Service think most suitable on a piece to of Admiral Ramsey were Captain
via Yard Mall Be sure
While the naval officers may not dollar spent, it was decided to profits to the Welfare Fund will paper include full name, rank or Laurence E. Kelly, Bronze Star; .
be assigned duties in any way con- maintain the fund even if on a be in an amount equal to the net your Mail it to Lt Comdr William C. Howes, Silver 0'
and
rate, department.
\ nected with naval aviation, the reduced scale.Yesterday profits earned from Ship's Service the Editor, JAX AIR NEWS, Box Star; Lt Philip A. Gamache,
, purpose of the course is to pi'o- however, the whole operation during the month. 2. Distinguished Flying Cross and six

.f; vide them with a broad ge..era picture changed. A new directive This formula, which becomes ef- If this Is any help-it was reported Air Medals; Lt. (jg) Warren W.
knowledge of Fleet. aviation and from Washington oancelled the fective in August, will permit the this week that the team Garden, the DFC and five Air
'PFleet.. aircraft since modern naval --- --- continuance of Welfare-sponsored]' would definitely be equipped with Medals; Charles B. Beebe, the DFC

warfare calls for many operations I were conducted of many naval ac- projects as well as the Unit Welfare ]I' F8F Bearcats in the near future. Continued on Page Two
incorporating the use of naval aviation tivities In this area, as yell as a Fund However, in view of the -- --- U ---- I
By familiarizing the visit-to an aircraft carrier at Pen- fact that with reduced personnel LIFE .
A DOG'S
ates with the problems of grSdU-\\ sacola. The officers were flown on following demobilization Ship's II
it. is expected that they will operational flights in PBMs and Service net profits will necessarily I
be able to comprehend the use of.. studied operations, navigation, recognition be smaller than in the past, alloca-
aircraft as a vital naval weapon, survival and air combat tions to each department will be .
j and it will the ties be- '
strengthen intelligence. less per person than heretofore. ,
tween flying and non-flying per- Comdr. R A Phillips of the Naval Attempting to cut corners in ..-
sonnel of the naval service. of the
Academy is in charge
order to stretch the tightened financial -
The multi-phased course ran Annapolis graduate during their I situation, the Welfare De-
smoothly for the first group Tours stay here. partment upped the charge at the
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Mainside bowling alleys last week

'On Of I from 10 to 15 cents a line. The
Early Reports Progress
move was designed to make the alleys
self-sustaining like the Main- '

Bond Drive Indicate Success side movie, since the pin-boys got
the entire 10 cents and Welfare
funds had to be used to maintainthe

Early reports on the progress of the Savings Bond re- bowling lanes.. .

canvass conducted at NAS during the past 'week are exceeding -

C expectations and indicate that the drive will prove a LIST OF RATES OPEN

huge success when final tabulation is completed, Lt 11, L.
CHANGED BY ALNAVThe
Riddle, chairman of the recanvass program, announced
third A CUTE LITTLE PUI' named
yesterday. rates of watertender
"Departmental bond officers ap- -- class, chief mailman, and aviation Lady wandered into MalnsideShip's
pointed for the drive have shown Department bond officer reportedthat chief boatswain's mate (GA) were Service Monday and
of at-
wholehearted co-operation," he civilian enrollment in the pay- closed to changeover to the Regular quickly became the center
said, "and seem to be accomplishing I roll savings plan has been doubled Navy on 1 July, according to tention. She was petted and Hrv"
excellent results in the short through personal solicitation dur- AINav 332.Added pampered, being fed everythingfrom
time in which they had to work. ing the recanvass, and that mili- to the list of rates opento hot dogs to frozen mal- x
They have gone all out in their tary allotments increased nine percent changeover by the AINav were teds, and wasn't the least bit
efforts to contact everyone in their quartermaster second, fire-control- self-conscious. E. F Pieschel,
respective activities." The recanvass here was conducted man first and second, radioman AOMlc, left, and L. Dempsey
An idea of the progress which in conjunction with the U. S second, carpenter's mate second, ARM3c, watch as Lady licks offa
has been made during the week Treasury Department's campaignto metalsmith second, machinist's spoonful of malt. In the phototo
can be gained from the reports of promote increased purchases of mate (G) first, machinist's mateS the right. Lady looks longingly
the Inspection and Medical Depart- Savings Bonds through the payroll ( ) first, aviation electrician'smate at the tempting wiener being
ments. Military participation in savings plan to aid in offsetting first, parachute rigger third, proffered her D. V. Ponder,
the allotment plan jumped 18 per inflationary influences. At NAS aerographer's mate first, store- CPhM, who Is attached to the
cent in Inspection as a result of I I the drive emphasized purchases keeper (T) second and third, and Shore Patrol, ia the pup's owner

the recanvass, there. The Medical Continued on rage Two pharmacist's mate second.

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 4 July, 1946



. WINS rnENCIIVINGS MAGNETIC FINGER
Hospital
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Ellen 'Ilrrlf'otlwtlrthIt.s
a slim Fourth of July with- 44r
out a watermelon come over II
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to the grove this evening at 1030 .
I and enjoy the Red Croaa "Water- :
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I melon Cutting You can even
thump and cut your own if you y' '
I wish, and pet up to your ear* in I :
its icy deliciousneas! They'll be

almost as good as the ones you 1prtyaptsa 1
used to swipe by the light of the t
moon! There'll be girls and games tI
also, so it promises to be a real I
old-fashioned Fourth of.July ('('Ie-
bration. I


Another farewell was said this I
weekthis time to WAVE Officer
Ens. Barbara Duenwep. For the I

past year Miss Duenwep has beenin I
charge of the Occupational
t +y.lq Therapy Shop here at the hospital. -

',''., We take this opportunity to
f,' wish her the best of luck with

.. those plans/ she's busy making for .

.;,;;; the future. a .
Press Attooiatton Photo I
K. ck ;, ,,Myf i, !TflTlI Another wedding took place)
t '
A secret reTalrd. Xu "Mid Operifor" pointed
war now
unerringly
Sunday the 30th of June, at theProtl'8tant I
Chapel at 1200.) The st submerged U-boats being trailed from a ub-huntint| NUT

..... bride was Mildred Webster, PhM nlane.
3/c and Chief Pharmacist P. L. I Secret Weapon
..,: .J Moon was the groom Best of luck

>< .a ac to you both. Now Used To

Every' Friday night at 1030 is I It .a '
It t 4 Y Prospect By AirSEA
"Symphonic Recording" time in It
41 the Library. If you have a favorite
'I I t l )- Aerial prospecting! latest
". "", ...__"__.._ ,,,,_,-_.. ...'u.- ... ___ melody you'd like to hear, give development in the use of war.
Admiral I). c. Ramsey shakes hands with Lt. 0 jg) Rlehel prior your request to Miss Hackett in I born devices for peacetime purpose -
the Red Cross Office and then
tf pinning on the French aviators wings which were awarded to six4ficers I. Frttt Association PhotoA ?, features a magnetic finger
over prepaied-to do somereal
< here by the chief of the French naval mission. The picture come attentive listening. Don'tforget rlo *-up of Na,,'. "Mad Operator nicknamed, "Mad Operator" that
WM snapped during inspection c ceremonies Saturday morning which now--that's Friday ," which was trailed from was employed by the Navy duroig
highlighted by the change of commend the Seventh Naval every I the war to detect submerged sub
were
: evening at 1930 In the Hospital I planes to find the exact location marines. .

-District.NAVY'S-- _. --- --_.------ library-we'll be looking for you. of submerged Uboats.Model The nickname is derived from

i the official designation, "Magnetic
NEW RAM-JET IS In a clash Wednesday evening Air-borne Detector."
for first place in the City Soft- Airplane Meet
j With this method hidden mineral
ball the WAVES
League, Hospital 1
DUBBED FLYING STOVEPIPE were defeated by the Barbee Mo- deposits are being ferreted froma
tor Team. A tough break, girls To Be Held 21 July vast expffeise of inaccessible/ tn-

SEAi-The "flying stovepipe.! "" but cheer up, second place is certainly I ritory. "Snoran" (a radio map
I a ram-jet means of propulsion for :| I nothing to be ashamed of.! By HAS Model Shop ping: device), special mapping cameras
'' Deland And I
and other instruments developed
Daytona ,
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Might at supersonic speeds i greatm One consolation, our rival here on I I
trfan 760 miles per hour.1 I, has'I I II the station, the Varsity Team at A U-controI model airplane contest during the war have been

Turned Malnslde, is third in the League! will be held Sunday 21 July j modified and combined with the
Formally
I I at the old parade grounds, corner airborne magnetic finger to form

I It gives me great pleasure at lof :Mustin Road and Yorktown Avenue the prospecting device.

Over To CiviliansTwo this time to turn over the columnto It was announced this week> Chief value of the method in in
I Pharm. H, P. Hawkins. I have I by Chief R. C. Knight, welfare director j outlining promising areas for intensive .
Florida :Naval Air Stations found writing it both fun and a of the Malnslde. Model Shop. investigation! by ground
within the :Naval Air Advanced i I headache, so here's hoping he has I The contest is to be staged to parties. The airborne magnetic:
Training Command reverted more fun than headaches--Adios! further interest in the Hobby Shop I equipment also gives a more accurate -
I I. I and to show NAB personnel the appraisal of geological structure -
I to civilian status this week. ll fun and pleasure involved in build- than conventional ground

I Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davison, Commercial ing and flying model planes magnetic exploration.

Chief of NAAT, formally turned Three prizes will be awarded for In the first successful use of
I the air station at Deland and the I I Bulletin both Class B and Class C planes. the device, Iron County, Mich., and

: one at Daytona Beach back to municipal Awards will be based on the speed I the Adirondacks were searched for
I authorities during brief.I Kullrtiiu ha* will been be filled irrrplrtt h,.,. .mil..til: .p... ''of the model, its construction, andI lion ore deposits. More than 40-,
ceremonies at both fields Monday. FOR SALK I the ability of its flier In addition, I j 000 square miles of this country

Considerable alterations and improvements 1 single portable: electric: teulni: machine I a prize will be given for the modelof and Alaska now have been eur-
to both airports were i excellent condition.. 354IB Craven the most original design, good eyed in this way.
to the successful working I made the the St.. Dewey Park. I construction! features, and general: Planes
progressed by Navy during war 6 tailor-made whites; 2 G.I. bluer : 1 I equipped with the apparatus
model stage. years while the fields were under tailor-made blue (18 OZ black serge), appearance and finish. I for use in mapping new national -
Tested by BuOrd as a means of naval jurisdiction. Runways have I K.1 pea C.> Bailey coat,, 199 all l/e Brack:i9 land or Si.40, KO Throughout the day points will resources have already been

propulsion for guided missiles, the been widened and lengthened, taxiways ', 1IIII'd baby bnthlnette; 1 bassinette be awarded each contestant on his I obtained by S the Department of
jam-jet is a step beyond the turbojet I have been constructed, light with pad and hood : 1 baby porch 'model's appearance, his ability to I I Interior.
now used to propel high-speed ing systems installed, and many swing cradle-jom.;: !; 1 buoy hotplateand .execute takeoffs and landings, spot
13 window shades. lu.Mift'Ar;
aircraft. structures' have been' built. thur St.. extension of Randall. .- < landings, the model's stability and has power tools and hand tools,
It consists essentially of an It was understood' that StetsonUniversity 20-ft. Slier Dome house trailer, complete speed.! The man with the most Chief Knight stated. Anyone wishing -

open pipe. Air is scooped' Into the has made arrangementsfor / lent condition with J vacuum, will tell brakei I or, trade In excel Lt. points at the end of the meet will t to work at his hobby there may
Jitint opening during flight and the use of several barracks and tnt: C. Soc'hur, Ext. receive the grand prize of the day. i ii do so in his free time. The shop
Compressed by speed c>f the jet other buildings at the Deland airfield In 'i furniture, ('j.1 J4'nd malUet.fi; I Iplayjxn i This Contest will start promptly is located in Building1 39, behindthe
to house veterans enrolled at I > and mat; Ta)'for-tot; auto
Fuel is
injected and burned and heat.I Tel. 2-4.T67.; < at ]1400 and all men wishing to bank
t the exhaust streams out the rear the university under the G.I. Bill Baby pla.v-|>en, good; (condition I'I participate have been requested to -
opening.The educational program.In 1".I lln5', I,',. K. E. K.uhford, VXH I
I I
Check Crew E.\t. *21. be on hand a( that hour. Members CBM: Why do you have all the
"flying stovepipe" is much | the meantime, the Air Station '31 Oldsmobile I sedan, veiy atoll motor. ; of the NATTC and Cecil Field mod- big! men in the front ranks and all <
lighter than any other, type of engine i at Cecil Field will not assume I ftood tires, exceptionally clean. b*low '1 el club 'nave been invited to at- the small men in the rear? *
I' caretaker status until October of ceiling price. Klotz.I Tel. 2-1455.
for the power produced. It' Suit i o( Cl'U blues and preens. nye aH'!' tend. V I BMlc: It's SpA)3c's( ) idea' air.
hats no moving parts requires no j this year, or later, it was medium ; coat; trousers, 31-33; top The Mainside Hobby Shop now I He used to work in a fruit store.
precision machine work, and can ced. Originally 'announ-I' rcmt, 3K, fao |.*r ltnl.Chief Kri.,rlit, ---.- -- .- ----
te produced I placed on caretaker Model Shop. BldK. 3(1. Kxt.: $0 rapidly and cheaply. TRYING FOR A BIG ONE
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name and number.Complete
The great advantage of the July, the postponement! \\f'Rings r .t' bedroom, llv-
jet over the German V-2 is continuation of carrier qualification InK room antlikll'hf'n, Including cook- '
takes Its oxygen from the ram-I training there. InK utensils ilherwuie, kitchen curi i ..G
twins
and Ironing board Can be keen
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The V-2 carried 5111 tons of after :5 p m. at 1413B Child St.. NAS
oxygen, which could be I ..'.1It KKNT
the ram-jet by explosives or more AdmiralContinued Large front bedroom with kitchen pilvIlexes. '
fuel to give it longer I Mrs Djess, Tilt Lane A\e. t
range
from Page One Tel. 2-7774, Ext. 3/16
--- 1 room for In home
couple prUate ,
and Gold Stars in lieu of third, '
near Roonexell
illKhwHV adjacent to
Early Reports | fourth, fifth, and sixth Air Medals base, 32 : Lt. < jg) Charlie H. Barfield 1 corner room with telephone' entrance,
use of bath and 1 block .
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Continued: from Tape One Air Medal; Ltljgj Leander M.I from Roo ('\('It DII d. Mrs Buxton. i iit
through military allotments as 1 Green Jr., Air Medal; Lester 3.323 Randall St.

well MS through the payroll deduc- Partin. AMMlc. Air Medal; Ralph i 1 double. Mis.bedroom Shashy with, Tel.kitchen-Wi)2.J.I) pihlleces. I. aill
tins plan. D. Chosser. AOM2c Air Medal; pouble bedroom In pi hate home continuous
Naval personnel here already: and Sgt. Charles C. Hill, hot water. Atondale section | ill ; r
have an outstanding record of !' tial Unit Citation. f'rf'8Iden-1 on loule to base 1210 tieuood.| cor-I ; qra
par- ner of Roose\elt Bhd.. Tel. 2-<*!tl,
'df.atlon' but the of J
percentage Three posthumous decorationswere '
\\ ANTE t) } a I
civilian employees purchasing made by Admiral Ramsey. To rent 2 or 3 hcdroome house or
bonds on the payroll plan since I Neel Witschen accepted the Silver apartment furnished or untu, nlllh..d.
the cesaatinrt of hostilities has been Star awarded his brother. Ens. Lt. R. A, Stexenson Ext. Mffl.
A low. 1 or 2 bfdlOuml'dlnfuJnlahfd ar>art-
Bill Witschen; Mrs. Opal Han- ment. Lt, Smleyockl. Ext. 7C.
Although the drive was not cock Henderson accepted the DFC hide from lit and; Main Streets to S -paiatlon -
planned/ with the foreknowledge awarded her non, Ralph James Center, hour M3i.; Mil kll./
if the death of OPA ExL H836.
( it has
provedto Henderson and Mrs. Norma Bridges To buy, hlKh j-halr. Lt. ('(.mll,. Kimball,
te timely -in view of the turn 'j jat accepted the Bronze Star awarded Ext. 481. ,
events.With prices expected to' her husband. George W. Bridges, Young lady going In Detroit, 0 or ..Cof
rise sharply', systematic savingvia July, desires lady passenger. jefrenre -
the Bond PhM2c. desired Mm. Roger Welch
Savings route will
Tel. -&-2040.
With personnel here considerably ------- --
help control runaway inflation and I bedroom furnished apailment or
provide: ,individuals with an eco I lea' than during the war days, it house, until ai'pioxlmalely' Mov. 1, )ndesperate FISHING: TIlE WATKliS of the St Johns River from the sta
tMwnic buffer against the increased is expected that all subsequent Ext .'tf. need.) Lt Ccmilr.I Subset. tion's many docks and piers is becoming increasingly popular these
c<* bond officers who along Saturday's pattern of an "all I One Portable Moloroln, Radio on the find there indulging in the sport of Isaac WaJton. The fellows ,
have not yet turned in their rev hand affair lather, than weekly night of June :251 h on Station Muk. above made up their minds to fish, and even a light rain couldn't
!ports to Lt. Riddle/ are urged to :Inspections! of smaller groups. I Robert E. Tankrrsley for
return of Radio Bks
; do no at once so that the final I i'They' wjll probably be scheduledonce 14.1.., rmrm trarclrt. 15hrmf M.. Df.tO. ing it easy la R. A. Stenholm F2c; sitting on the stanchion Is M. B.
fi report maybe completed Monday < a month. jt-waid. Call Keilmun, 21.... Woods, Sic; and standing i* R. E. Sharpe Sic.
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4 July 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three ;
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SALTY HUMOR FROM i I
RPlUSE ENTSI
HERE AND THERENavy I I //J 1''(


Officer's Wife: "My hus- r i
band flies a PV-1. What does

yours Newly-married fly?" Navy Bride: tiTh __,3rr

rj t) : 4I "Oh, I don't know" It's either a _I
BOQ or an OOD.
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1tal..Ie"Vluat: art'ou doing
tht s day?" .
I 1 Susie: "Oh, ju'tt a few> odd gob,* MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
about town." ,
.v I THURSDAY

I A reporter had been sent to "IF I HAD MY WAY." featuring Bing Crosby. Shows ''at 1T30
cover a great mine disaster. He and 2000.

I was so impressed by .all he saw FRIDAY :;j
that he tried to indicate the emo-
1kt'J tion and heroism around him in "DEADLINE FOR MURDER," featuring Kent Taylor. Shows at

that great panorama of death, 1730-2 IO. i" .
In a wire to his editor he began' : SATURDAY .AM SUNIV
\ "God sits tonight on a little hill "THE GREEN YEARS" featuring Charles Coburn. Shows at
: overlooking a scene of stalk dis 1430-1730-2000: ,!

y 1 ast..r"I' : I I 310MIVY ,
\ / "Never mind disaster-Interview "SEARCHING WIND," featuring Robert Young. Shows at 1730. '/

God.-.get pictures if possible." 2000. %
\\/t\ TUKSWAY \\EUNKSUAY
\ And then there was the! little "OF HUMAN BONDAGE," starring Paul Henreld. Shows at

, Polar Bear that laid! after hitting 1730-2000.: r
on the> l ice: "My tale t IH! told" '
\ STUDENT OFFICERS

Irene Farrell, ThorntonGirl Doctor: "Have you told the n
shown what the Chief he's the father of twin 1IIUKSD\Y: ) FRIDAY ..
country
girls?" "THREE WISE FOOLS," starting }t. O'Brien. Show at 2000 only
] (IliYI ran do to develop a
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healthy outlook. Nurse: "Not. yet.. He's shaving SYTL'KDVY
"MAISIE GOES TO RENO," starring Ann Sothern. Show at 2000 I
"We dove down 20,000( feet and
Bob Cronk's CROSSWORD-PUZZLER all my stns. Manned before me. It only. SUNDAY ,

wat M) interesting I made thepilot "DEADLINE FOR MURDER," featuring Kent Taylor. Show at
I \ 12:3: 45 7 8 9io il'> It eight* *nitre*times 2000 only. I,

MONDAY AND l'V" SU.\
"Did you miss that train, sir?
II 1zI No. I just didn't like the looks "THE GREEN YEARS," featuring Charles Coburn. Show at 2000

I of it and chased: it out of the station only.
' U U U 1 7 ." \\KUNKSDAY
I "SEARCHING .WIND." featuring Robert Young. Show at 2000

18 9 0 "What" big eyes you have, grandmother only. ,
!
J - "And that, my dear, Is how I OTHER EVENTS \
1 22z caught your grandfather."
BASKBALL: -Today and Friday, 4 and :5 July, NAS Fliers vs. ,
a Mother: "Well son, what have Fort Lauderdale Mason Field ,5
you been doing all afternoon?" Wednesday and Thursday, 10 and 11 July, 1615, NAS Fliers v* ":
Son: "Shooting dice.*' I Memphis NATTC Mason Field
)0 )1JS 3 4 Mother: "That must stop. Those Tuesday, 2 July. at 1615, NAS Fliers vs. Parris Island Marines, ,''.
little things have as much rightto Mason Field.
39 40 pzr 42 4 live as you have." ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
I
Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, topside
44 45 k 4? F-9 I lt.: "Could I try on that" winter. I Bldg. 726 0800-1700 on work days.
uniform in the window.
:MODEL AIRl'LANK M KM'-Rear of Bldg 39, open 1200-2400
r 5o Sl Sz 53 54 the Clerk dressing: "We'd room.rather" you'd use daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.

HOWLING-Six alleys located In Mainside Recreation Building

55 56 S? 58 Downed pilot t ion a Pacific Isle) : I No. 3. Alleys open from 11.00-1400 and 1630-2100 :Mondays through
"Why do you look at me so intently Fridays: 1700-2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
59 1"C.1nnibd.l IIOX1NG For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut,

1 i .": : "I'm the food Inspector. Comdr. A. J. Rubino extension 593; or*report to Mainside Mat after

63 64 6S 66 67 9 .. 1500.
MA IN>liE LOUNGE-Foimerly the Reception Center, located in
Women Go All Out the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
70 71 72 For New Dress Style their guests from 1000 to 2200 dally Available for wedding receptioni .
by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
7J 7' 75p (SEA) Skit Is were longer than nograph available for use of all hands. .
has been the trend In recent yean H.-\ltY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build.

sound 4! with at the Parisian style show held in Ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
A(ICONS 07-munloal >--to coat an"8 -encounterelalloy C but should
D. ,
1--entlie t>8 -decay of tin an4r>4-a prepoglllimlea Washington, you I 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
( t'tlve, 71-heailn< organ lead 0)-those t peopU I
7-111\ pun top 7 2-l>l cut 47-plli-li 62: -* portion I SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
lA ulielteied ultttf 73 fuait 4>-1.> turn' away 6.1 period of time 1300-2100.. Outdoor schedule, Mon.-Fri. 0800-1900. Sat. 1000-19 .O,
11=pant 74=mountain* (ab) 51-cravat fa I=[l ami measure Sun. 1200-1900. ,
U-lad measure 73-lief 01 eIMHVN 3.1-radlt) warning bt>--conxumeIrulrument
11--cousurm'uVt tplt) >8-neither GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
t vUllant. S 5-tlrt-le. pact U1*-female sheep and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Golf
reared 1 mult
17- beverage -- -
House Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
IIJ-.t'Cul'l. 2uieudowlymun'a
AiiH\ver To Tixlav's l'iu/10/ I ,
..MI'I' 3-permit* 1-- II ANCHORAGE:-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
;:II)I-light brown 4-kind of wood<
; ; 2.a wvljnt 5-:to become old &. L lJ I cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
IM-llllUs devil 6 Klrl's name have seen the necklines! In fact, Field.: '
:'ttt-male adult2rt 7-farm building Lf ( Go 0 F:1
- had to look twice to make and balls are available at the Physical Train
NNIS-Racqueb
8 i you
-lanipluevJO -Hn (er I S j_ g E 0''
f : --a cler(:yinivi 9-a sleeping space A sure there' was a neckline The ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
3.'--obtainedJ.'ithalr' 14-appeals( E L 4Le O dresses were only slightly less dar Yorktown Roads>.
I 15 altitude I cab)
E r
: 0 proposed bare-
irt-the welt 1G make lace ing than recently
31-father 17-skeleton part -r I ,ii ,4 E E boiiomaiiety.. Mark Anthony: "I want to see There was a young woman in our
41-.Uci tpl) O NS S E Designer Charles Armour who Cleopatra" I town
4.1-a beverlt4e :lO-.flKh eggs the triangle-cut fronts, laWho' never would pull her curtain
created "She In bed with
U--- lInvu shelter 22 pester O D T o Servant:
4ft--In Ida! )port 24-presses T said deeper cuts would not "fit la 'itis" I down.
4H-Journjv 5-*teed covering B L too well with our manner of living She'd step out of shoes-fuss with
:11)t..> place ft-nexatlva word E (. E ," lIe added that husbands Mark Anthony: "Damn those her hair'
U: -kind ol fish 2l-dt'part! Greeks!"
!H-day before hoi' :W-ti fondle L might object.. I Dawdle around to the point of
1 Way 31---era / ,j/ E p Women who viewed the show Sign on a truck seen In Louis- despair.
5.1-nan'ow Inlet 32: -to sere E agreed that the bate fronts were vide: "This truck stops at all At last she'd stretch forth an arm
57-mal. !V -blugtUhSI : :W-a beverage not Indecent, but hoped their shoelaces railroad crossings, so white
-beloved I Ipi) 37-telephone Ub) a wouldn't need tying when brunettes -- and will back up Is I And all In a twinkle-snap out the
(kl-net* eagle 40-ti) e"cavale65a D O f R E the style mile for a blonde." light!
they wore
swindler ":mlneial rock _
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J11 fmkrl 5 Washday BluesThe WILCO


Jax Air News has received a number
Editorial Office
Office of Public Information, Room 221 of reports lately that clothes, hung out to dry

Administration Annex, Bide 054 after washing, have disappeared from the
Telephone Extension 8342

Arthur M. Greene, Editor line.While
Frank Tours, Sic, Sporta Editor this has happened occasionally in

Bob Jones, \Sr, Art Editor the past, and sometimes may even be explained .
The TAN: AIR NEWS ti published weekly at the U. S.
Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida by the Office of simply-like someon: mistaking'' the
Public Information at no expense to the government and 1 In
with Secnav Circular Letter 4>526 28 May 1945 clothes for his own after dark-in all thee .
Copes are distributed free ol chare at the Naval Air
Station, the Naval Air Technical, Training Center, th history of NAS it has never 'been a problem. I
Headquarter of the Naval Air Operational Training Corn'mand
Naval Auxiliary lrt Fled, the Naval Theft of another's clothing is a serious of-
loaf.fl1\ I l.t
AJr dunnera' School, the U. S.
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davlson. fense in the naval service, and we believe /n

Chief of Naval Air Advanced raining that few persons here would deliberately take

Captain Anthony Naval.Air USN.Station Commanding the other fellow's gear. Care should be ex-

ercised that clothes"are fastened to ftnt
Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding (
Naval Air Technical Training[ Center the line so that sudden summer wind and

Captain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, CommandingU. rain storms can not tear them loose. If pos-I
S. Naval Hospital
sible, as an added precaution, be sure not to

Captain (Personnel Separation. I'SNR.Center CommandingNaval leave clothes hanging on the line over night.

This can be done if the day is clear for the
I*. Co>I. Alexander A. Vandegrlft. Jr., USMC, CommandingMarine itoI J 11h
Barracks Florida sun will dry clothes in a couple of ; -

Captain R. R. Briner, USN, Commanding hours. .
Naval Air Gunners School But for those who might be tempted to i

Commander Howard E. Born. USN CommandingNaval make off with someone else's skivvies dun- > \
,
Cecil Held
Air
Station
Auxiliary ... ,
garees, or anything else, remember it's ...' d
Capt. Albert Williams, USMCRMarine rr?
Aviation Detachment hardly worth it. Severe punishment awaits
offenders and bound to .i
you're
get caught.
Tie terial.JAX Republication AIR NEWS receives of credited Ship'i matter Editorial_prohibited Association! without ma. "Yeah, Chief, I'm going to sign over for twenty years."

permitBion> -of SEA. Washington 25, 1>. V. Kepuoncauon mva;
ether matter, except by service publication, It prohibited SAVANTS-REGULAR MAIL
without permission of Editor JAX AIR NEWS.
Contracts with 38 educational institutions I BOOK SHELF I

Man And The AtomAt throughout the country authorizing them to
furnish correspondence and extension coursesy The addition of several books on

1700 EST Sunday, Major Harold Woodof > mail in a wide variety of subjects to vet- painting and other: arts to the II-

Bordentown, N.J., bombardier of the B-29 erans eligible for educational benefits have brary collection should please any REPORTERLois '

DAVE'S DREAM, with a dramatic "Bombs been negotiated by the Veterans Adminis- and all art lovers on the static

Away" released the fourth atom bomb to be tration. First of these is STORY OF MOD-

exploded by man on the planet Earth. The veteran receives no subsistence allow ERN ART by Sheldon Cheney. The A. Lever, Tic

From a height of 30,000 feet, the bomb ance while pursuing a correspondence course story begins in the last of the 18th QUESTION Would you considerthe

plunged downward into a cluster of 73 ships and the total cost of all such courses he takes century and brings the account up Navy as a career if (the pay
"OperationCrossroads" to the present. The text of the raise goes through?
anchored in Bikini lagoon-and may not exceed $500.OUR book is illustrated with
amply pictures -
The JOHN MACK, ARM3C ,
was really underway. mo-
by the many painters who
which entire world awaited was at _. Manchester, N. H t
ment an -- -- have contributed to the' development ] Absolutely 1 It offers various
hand. Soon it would be known exactly how of modernism. There are benefits such as medical care for I I

devastating an atomic explosion could be. A concise biographical and critical dependents, 30 days leave a year b
estimates of
mighty array of scientists stood ready, as as well. Another outstanding history of painters paint- with pay; when you can get it, ;
the rate of
promotion is good for
radioactivity lessened sufficiently, to is THE STORY OF J
soon as ing PAINT those Who deserve it, it's a good I
assess the damage. Carefully placed instru- TN ws c n IVieuss f rnlnstat an ING FROM CAVE PICTURES TO clean. life, and has good working
ments would soon reveal valuable data which MODERN ART by Thomas Cra- conditions."

would enable accurate measurement of the full-color ven. This illustrations volume contains and twelve about E. S. RAGEIt, S2c

force created by nuclear fission. eighty black and whites' Toledo, Ohio
I Are you kiddm'? I can't say
Over millions of loudspeakers poured the FREEDOMOne A very large volume, MASTERPIECES as I want anything more than to
sound of the blast.] And then it was over. OF PAINTING} FROM I I get out so I can go on to school
The long, hard task of compiling, computing, hundred and seventy years ago some THE NATIONAL GALLERY OB I and then get to planning a life
and evaluating began. brave and wise men affixed their names to ART, is a unique and beautiful of my own."
work, consisting of eighty-five color \V. J. WOODSIDELos
Actual results will be shrouded in the great document "THE DECLARATION
secrecy; i I plates of masterpieces of paint- Angeles, Calif.
early reports are already conflicting. Some I OF INDEPENDENCE." Throughout these ing, each matched with an inter- I don't want to stay in the Navy
claim that the bomb was nowhere near as years we as a nation have enjoyed liberty pretative passage from the world's because I don't like to wear the'
deadly as had been believed. Others, justas and justice to a measure unknown In previous literature The group of paintings uniform. I like to wear civilian
that considerable Our Freedom has become one of illustrates the history of Westernart clothes because then I get to
strongly, assert damage ages.
from the thirteenth century' to choose what I want. If they
has been done. But one thing is clear be- our most cherished possessions. We are now I the present time. Both the gen- made the wearing of civics pos-
yond doubt-the atom bomb is the most pow- at another crossroad in world history, whenwe eral reader and the art expert will sible, I might consider it"
erful explosive as yet devised by science and must decide whether we will choose a enjoy this combination of paint- G. J. SC1I1EUEK, GM2c

the human mind. Its use in warfare wouldbe way of life based on selfish materialism, or ings and commentaries. Buffalo, N. Y.
If I had to
PAINTERS AND SCULPTORSOF spend the next 20
almost incalculably destructive, if un- a new internationalism-a freedom for all MODERN AMERICA is a collection years in Jacksonville, I would get
leashed upon crowded metropolitan centers in peoples that live on the face of this world. A of papers contributed to the out and stay out. I've been in

large numbers. few years ago we took our first steps in this "Magazine of Art" on the life and three years, and have not quite a
Whether the bomb dropped over Bikini direction, when we adopted the "Atlantic work of various contemporary art- year to go, but Florida" is not a

was as potent and dynamic as the ones Charter." In this recent document, we guar- ists each, written artist clarifies by themselves.for the reader Thus II.place F. for VANDERBILT a sailor. CklcMontclair

loosed Hiroshima and anteed the four freedoms to all the nations
on Nagasaki is relatively his own attitude toward his life N. J.
] unimportant. What does count, how- to all the people of the world. and work. Techniques are de- Absolutely not! My reasons are

ever, is what the world does with its new- Today, on this fourth of July, we of Amer- scribed, as well as theories of art, just gold that braid it's the mixed Navy-and a little i
found of the of the atom. and they vary as widely as choicesof in. I've been
s knowledge power ica must dedicate ourselves "to carry the subject. in long enough, and have Just six
Will it mean new naval designs and concepts? torch of freedom for the world. The time is Out of the field of but months to go. They will be all."
Will it make navies and land armies obsolete? painting, THOMAS: GESTFOHD
GM2c
here, when we can no longer circumscribe a still in the realm of art, BUILTIN
Those are questions which can be answered small area on the face of this globe where USA is a survey of contemporary "I don't know Hershey, Pa.
after careful consideration of the results of I the four freedoms may flourish, while in American architecture pub- and nine months to I've two years
go, and at the
all three tests at Bikini. But the questionnot the major portion of this earth slavery and lished by the :Museum Modern end of that time I'll know more

so easily solved is whether man will de- serfdom still exist. Lincoln stated in the Art part of This illustrations consistsfor of the various most about whether or not I want to

l liberately use this terrible weapon for his time of the Civil War that our nation could types of architectural structures for make another it a career. I might" sign

f own destruction, or will he learn to live in not exist "half free and half slave." This built since 1932. There are homes hitch then.
--
peace and direct this energy into peaceful statement may now be aDnlied to the whole factories, office buildings, schools; -

j channels which will usher in a new age of world-this world cannot- exist half free and etc.modern, all architecture.However illustrating. principles of

scientific_ achievement and sociological prog- half slave. It is, therefore, up to us to help slight or extensive miuinrSrrPtCf.B' '
your
ress. make the ideal of freedom a reality for knowledge of art and artistic prin-
It has been claimed that atomic energycan everyone. It is not a war of conquest that ciples may be, the above volumes At the Read Station and Tustin Chapel",Aitnie Birmingham

be harnessed for industrial] uses. Of will bring this about, for the more wars.we offer many hours of enjoyment ProtetUnl

course, it will take a little time. But if sci- have the greater the possibility that all peo- 0730-Holj*. W. Andriwi.OK30NATTC Communion. Chaplain

} ence devotes its time to development of this ple willbe plunged into slavery instead of Service Chaplain E.
energy for peaceful pursuits rather than for achieving freedom. The surest means of Take A Bow, Fellas/ IUS-DiviDe W. Andrew. -

1 war, the future may see a new era of free- establishing a freedom for all peoples, is You Won The War huddle Service-ChaplaJn C, M. .

dom for the human race. through religion. Here we have a common 1115-The young People'f Vesper
(SEA) Enlisted Hour-Small Chapel
i.. -, The alternative is as dark as the above is basis with which to begin. Christianity has war, Fleet- Admiral men William won the F. Divine !bervicee for Colored l. Ptrieitneli

t rosy. Simply stated it is chaos, death, destruction the principles, the ideals, the way of life that (Bull) Halsey'recently declared at 1430-Chaplain Building U. C. 11.4

I and, finally, utter annihilation. will lead to the much desired freedom. Therein the commissioning of the Navy 0930-Sunday Chaplain: : School B. C.\irh.p.1\ l j
Gilbert.Cathelie
,I lies our hope to make the world free. St. Club in Washington, D. C. J

TRAINEES HIT HIGH John wrote, "if the Son shall make you free "Of course, we admirals had our 0700-Man.
0900-Man.
, (SEA) ,- Number of veterans in school or ye shall be free indeed." On V-J day a radio mitted fingers, "but in the, really pie-a, all little we,"did he was ad- 1100-Maai. t

on-the-job training under the Servicemen's commentator said, that, "where we sent one to make a couple of decisions. De- 1100_Sundart Christian Small Seizure Chapel; Service .i
I Readjustment Act (GI Bill of Rights) and missionary before the war, we should now cisions like, 'shall we enter Tokyoon An Outdoor Nursery for mail chil ..',
I under Public law 16 (for disabled veterans) send a thousand after the war." Would] the Monday. or would it be bet- dren and 1200.I* maintained. between 0800 J

r rose to 695,574 during April. Of (his total, cost be too high? Can we afford such an ter to wait until Thursday.' Jewlah Wetk-dir Ktlicioui Religious Servlree JJ
Service and
I 620,465 were taking advantage of the GI extensive missionary program? Or wouldwe "It was you men who did the Fellowship Hoar '
essential
things; it was you who 1800-Friday ln the Small Chapel. ,
t Bill and 75,109 of Public Law 16. During rather mortgage the lives of future gen- l made the engines turn over, Latter Day Saint Service

i' April, 252,257-the largest number to start erations to fight wars that never settle a cooked the food, fired the guns, 1900-Wednesday-Mutual Small Chapel.. Meeting', la
! training in a single month-began participation thing? maintained communications," the Young Mtn'e Bible.. Clue
in the veterans' education admiral, eald "That's the big 1830-Thursday, la Small Cbapel E.
program. Chaplain E. W. Andrews. etuff." I E. Caylor. '

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. ,>ASU nSl'OSAL AT NAS JACKSONVILLE has been simplified by the -p ; ei ct''d.) This eliminates the need for U. I.: cans In the middle photo, a hoist

'R" .. acquisition of a number of Dempster Dumpsters. The queer-looking contraptions has just lifted from the ground a body which has been filled with garbage from 7
''" provide for speedier and more sanitary removal of trash and certain forms of garbageto the Mess Hall. This operation takes only two minutes and can be done with two 'f1.

I the station dump. In addition, thousands of dollars will be saved yearly through men. At the right, the Dumpster unloads the garbage the station dump. Now .,.1.'f1.
their use. Here Is a picture story of the three steps in the new system. In the photo the driver is ready to return the empty body to the original pick-up point where it ;

t to the left, a body (of which there are various sizes) sets outside the Administration will be tilled again. Pick-ups are made on a regular schedule, each hoist truck averaging

building to receive trash collected from wastebaskets. (Note that the body is com0 about 16 round trips per day


UpPLv Dempster Dumpsters Man-hour Accounting INSIDE 1


New Trash Trucks Save System Is ValuableAid PUBLIC WORKS .


3 SALLIES To Time SectionThe VIRGINIA K. WALPOLE

Time Money And LaborAnyone The Department has undergone 4
man-hour accounting
new quite a change during the past
system and time clocks in the As- i week because of the reduction in
1 seeing the new Dempster Dumpsters aroundthe sembly and Repair Departmenthave force, transfers, and resignations.

By CLARA E. M'EEtt Station has probably stopped to watch them in action, proved a boon to the Time We are all sorry to see go Forrest

John Colvin (Purchase) is such I marveling at their robot-like method of handling trash. But Section in simplifying Its task of Woods, Mrs. W. Sanders and Ken..

an inveterate fisherman and goes; few have stopped to realize that the almost-human machineswill gathering payroll data for submis- neth Morkert, all of Design; James .t"j
such regularity on sion to the station Accounting De- Weeks, Personnel, Ad Building; J'j
with
fishing
in time and laborat
about
the
$35,000
week-ends that his 23-month-old save Navy a ;year partment.The Mrs Bertha Spears, Mrs. Elizabeth I

daughter doesn even know that the Naval Air__ _Station. alone, and that the Dumpster clocks put into operation on Madar, and W. 'M. McEachern, all
he works only five days a week. maKes' themore L nan dli g 01 I UHSII' iai# M 13 May, made possible the elimination of Maintenance Section.
Last Sunday she pleaded, "Don't sanitary than the old open'I trots ;the cab, deposits the trash I of daily reports and give the Helen Davis (File Room) is re- 1 1slgnlng1to

go to work today, Daddy." John truck method. and returns the body to the origi Time Section a full week in whichto go to Chicago, and Mrs.

reluctantly tells this ope on him* The contraptions, only recently 'nal pick-up point. With five check clock cards against labor Mathilde Garrell, of Maintenance

self: With three friends he cruised acquired here, are in use at several trucks, manned by two men each, distribution cards for verificationof is resigning to stay at home and 1j
down to the jetties early Saturday other naval activities, but not else and 98 bodies, the same amount of time worked, leave, and the accuracy keep house, so we hear.

morning in a trim runabout to takea where, in this area. They do away trash can be handled that 16 trucks of entries made on labor Lecy Denmark (File Room) and
few red bass. After getting all with the health and fire hazard manned by four men each formerly distribution cards by supervisors. Clara Martin (Maintenance) are !

rigged up and a spot chummed'' which is presented by the necessityof handled. The old-type trucks could While the A & R Time Section transferring to ComSeven. :{ ,

(baited to you non-fishermen), having hundreds of G.I. cans.. dispose of only four loads a day reports that things are running N. C. Farmer (Design) is enjoying t
they relaxed to await the call of I spotted around the station. Comparatively while the new ones, taking 30 min smoothly now, the picture was his vacation at Montreat, "
the bass A trick of the tide car* airtight, there is little utes for each trip, can make 16 a quite different at first. Numerous North Carolina, attending a con- !
.. ried their boat out from the jet likelihood of flies and other insect difficulties were encountered, totals ference on religious education. :

ties, and a flat-bottomed rowboat getting inside and spreading; day.Large items, like crates and boxes on clock cards and labor dis- Miss Barbara Faulkner (Housing 1
drifted into their spot. Before they germs. In addition, that same air which will not fit into the bodyare tribution cards failed to balance, ) has returned to work after a I '
could move back, the sole occu tightness would prevent the spread still ,picked up by the old-type and classes had to be held for su- trip to the hospital-says she is ;
pant of the rowboat had in a very of fire started in the trash by con stake trucks. pervisors to impress upon them the still weak but able to work.

few minutes boated five beauties fining or smothering it. trash Importance of filling in labor distribution And last week we had L. R. .
addition to
In the
weighing over 125 pounds. The In operation, the Dumpster i la.. ster bodies are also used, for Dump-inedible cards correctly. Addi- Boyer (Power Plant) In the hospital ,
largest one weighed 43 pounds surprisingly simple. The remova To them clean tional clocks even had to be installed at Lake City, but it seems he
1 Now who says fishing isn't luck? ble bodies are placed at strategic garbage. steamed keep out ,, to offset delays caused )by never got there.Understand .
the bodies
A picture of the fish that John points throughout the ,Air Station,, are regu- too many people for each clock the Maintenance
each week and oftener If
should have caught but did not,, and trash from buildings is emp larly All A & R Departments throughout Section got through an entire week
Edible Is sold
I was published in the Jacksonville tied directly into them. At periodic .. necessary. garbage the Navy are now using the without a wedding, but have about
If for swill and bones are sold for
I' Journal on 26 June. Intervals, the hoist-trucks load, new system. Pensacola installed three more scheduled tor the coming .
which takes but two min. eventual conversion into soap, so it prior to Jacksonville, and before' month.
the
Plenty of wedding bells are ring- body,
it is not for the stationto
"< ing for Personnel Section girls utes, drive to the dump, and the necessary about the disposal of it was begun at NAS a survey was We have been requested to announce
lately. At noon on.17 June Katie driver, by manipulating a few con- these worry items. made of its operation there. (without saying by whom
-- --- ----- -- -- requested that Duffy's Tavern
I Davis became the bride of Chief )
Norman Taylor, U.S,N. Katie was Despite an Initial cost of $50,000it There's something about the will be closed for business for two
non-committal about her plans,, InspectingThe is expected that the equipmentwill brotherhood of man. During a weeks while the proprietor, Leo
for itself in less than two
but one hour later the news was pay recent cold spell a man who resides Quinn, takes a vacation. Duringthis
out and all the gang was congratu- years. in the suburbs had trouble period, all are invited to dropin
lating her. Also at high noon George 11, Clarke is in chargeof with his car and at midnight had to Stoney's Cocktail Lounge, in
.on 22 June, Myrtle Farrar married Inspectors the Dumpsters along with his failed to arrive home. Frantic, the Ad Building.
James 11. Simpson of the U. S. other sanitation duties in the Public his wife sent wires to six closest

Public Health Service, and they IILLEX C. BUKNETTESAJKA Works Department. friends, asking as to poor hubby's When women get a run in those
week at --- new synthetic stockings made
are honeymooning for a E. VEUNLK I whereabouts.
Daytona Beach It must be Next morning she received six from coal, wood and rubber, they
contagious in Personnel, for Su- John' S. Bockham AM2c, and Of wires: "John is spending the night won't know whether they have A
in Organization
eette Adams came to work one M. P. Friedman, AETM2c, are back with me." clinker, a splinter, or a blowout.
reconversion-
with her face the process of
morning lately
wreathed in smiles Yes, she had to civilian life for both of) them. Suggestion System
become engaged Her wedding; Beckham plans to return to work Shop Committee Elections
Assembly and Repair
her fiance in the good old
plans depend on when Gets Slight ChangeThe
is released from the service. Our Department.July '
dear Uncle Sam has kept many a 1st rolled around\ as the Industrial Relations Department Will Be Held On 5' AugustElections
with it
"and
I do
at the church. months usually ,
bride "waiting
J Fourth of July plans Sam Hen. brought an end to ,all the won information announced on 1 July the latest for shop committees will be held throughout the .station
would be terminated concerning the or- 5 and the nominations for committeemen will be held during
who
dricks (Proposal) is taking a trip dering as to ganization and operation of the on August
to Silver Springs. And even more due to reduction in force. Beneficial the week beginning 7 July, It was announced this week.
important, he has bought a bunga- Quite a few of our "old timers" authorized Suggestion System. as Five shop committees, each composed of three individuals receiving
by Washington.The
the Inspection number of votes cast by the employees in each !
low on Blackburn Road and plansto were on the list, and the highest group
move in over the Fourth week- Department will be missing Beneficial Suggestion Com- will be elected. The five: groups.are Assembly and Repair, .Public
Barthelmess (Issue each one for some time to come, mittee will be composed of the A Works, Supply, Inspection, and I
end Georgia
Adams and Mrs. & R Plant Engineering Officer, Sammie A. Whittington, and
Mrs. Eleanor Miscellaneous.
) ran afoul of) red bugs on a
Public Works Maintenance Officer Faunce R. McCully.
Lake, so Berniece Robbins are back on the will be made by
at Kingsley Nominations
recent picnic
election
Storehouse supervise
Supply Officer As- Supply are
one thing she is not doing on the sick list again. A speedy recovery the submission of a petition naming
j sistant Inspection Officer and the Lt. Mahlen G. Saladin, Virginia R
Fourth is sitting on dead logs. Virginia I' is wished to both of you. Industrial Relations Officer, who one or more nominees, signedby Shaw, Claude L. England, ClydeE.

Shaw got all burned up last We are all looking forward to will also serve as the committee not less than 5 per cent of the Whitaker, Robert B. Parramore, f

week-end, so she is staying out of the Glorious Fourth Holiday. chairman and act as committee employees In the department or Jr., Irvin E. Tate, Cecil S. Edwards -
the sun Marvin Highsmith Probably quite a few of 'us will member for departments and units group. These petitions are to be. Marvin Halpin, George Anderson ?
(Award) is spending the week-end travel to the beach, some will re- not represented on the committee. handed to one of the election supervisors and George D. Monroe

with his mother in Tampa. main at home, and others will be The heads of the following de- The names signed to a The election supervisors for In.. ;
Yard Delivery regrets two resig- going out of town but we will all partments will establish subcommittees petition will not be published and spection are Lt. (jg) Leonard G.

nations in their division, Robert welcome the holiday. of not less than three will be held strictly confidentialby McAlister James A. Morris, and i
Johnson to accept a position on the The cooperation received from members, exclusive of the chair- election supervisors.Each Sara E. Verner while the super
.. outside, and William West to take Inspection Department personnel, department head has des-
G man: A & R, Public Works Sup- visors for the Miscellaneous, groupare
up studies at the University of civilian and enlisted, in the cur- ply and Inspection. The depart- ignated an officer and a sufficient : Lt. Emma A. Duckstein, Mi..
Georgia Public Voucher Section rent War Bond Drive is, as usual, ment member of the Beneficial number of civilian employees to chael Cascone, and Billy F, Wil *

,,:... is missing Katherine High wonderful. Let's keep the good Suggestion Committee will serveas act as election supervisors. As- hams / .
is! i tower, who is in Winter Haven, work up and continue to buy the chairman of the sub-com sembly and repair election super- All employees in a pay statuson
,\ ; Florida for an operation bonds for that rainy day. That mittee. visors are: Lt. (Jg) Wayland Trip. the date of the election are

err,. Sally Mollenhauer (Personnel) is new pay increase can very appropriately Membership of the subcommittee left II. )t. Rockwood, Wynelle eligible to vote except supervisors
:': car hunting. So are a lot of people be used to increase bond will bets so constituted that the McKibben, Thomas J. Damato, and those employees appointed tor

But our Gal Sal" just must pledges and save that extra sub-committee wil be able to prop- Frank D. Warren, flea 1., Altwa- periods l less than one year, amend
have one. Since she and her hus- money. erly evaluate suggestions of technical ter, Frank P. Dupont, C. E. Mc- each is entitled to cast one baot
band both fly, for a change they Hills or mechanical nature and Pherson, Joel L. Stephens, William To be eligible for nomination and
from ,
want to see the scenery from the occasionally she Beverly lives. suggestions of administrative, organizational C. Vaughn, Leroy Thompson, election as Shop Committeeman,
where
ground Anybody got a car to sell, California homesick now and or clerical nature. John R. Wilson, Robert A. Scott an employee must! be among those
Last: week she got
tell Sal! Sr Mildred E. Golden Lois M.
mother. The Recorder of the Beneficial eligible to vote In such elections
Another recent graduation: Bobbie telephoned her G. Hall Fred L.
will be em- Collins, Lewis and must have been employed at
an
Mae Epting, whose proud Several people are Clamoring Suggestion System Roberts Thomas P. Roberts William not
this station for less than ono
. Relations
.I mother is Zola Epting (Follow-, for another deep sea nsh'ng' trip. ployee of the Industrial T. Pyburn,' Ardel I* Lee, and year. Shop Committeemen serve

, Up), from John Gorrie Junior High i Gordon Reedy says he will go Department, and will well acknowledgeall forward Wade O. Letts.Elections for a period of one'year.
with the party as far ai the suggestions as
7
for Public Information concerning the eJeotion -(
far- to the sub-commitee concern supervisors
them
but positively no
Mrs. William jetties
Jackie Poole, now Is the station Works: Comdr. K. E. Ford, Arthur will' be posted on bulletin,
Tenzer of ,Requisitionand ther. Maybe you won't get !lea! ed. Michael Cascone!!
formerly W. Wilds, George D. Faircloth, boards in each department
Gordon! Recorder.
Order Section, is heard from I sick next time,



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i 4 July, 1946

'

CONTEST TO NAME NATTC

I

BEER GARDEN IS NOW ON



I $10 MerchandiseChit Qlltesr
I For Prize
WHAT TO DO! WHERE TO OOl

What' in a name? This will he worth '$10.00 to some

lucky sailor or Wave attached to NATTC. The unfortunate accident which
MOVIE SCHEDULE A $10.00 merchandise chit honored by Ship's Service I resulted in the death of R. P.

NATTC will be the prize for the best name submitted for the new saddened Walker, S2c us all.in Pendingthe Galley Four oflK has at'l

rBlDA Y-DANCE20002409FRIO.V beer .garden by Tuesday, July 9, 2200. clal report of the details it I la not .1
r I White Cap Haven, The Anchor- possible to discuss the causes but
AND SATt'RD\Y-THE OUTLAW starring Jack age. Beer Harbor, Scuttle Alley it is apparent that electrical equip-
:Bartel and Jane Russell. I and The Dock are a few of the ment was involved. Let all handsbe
SUNDAY-A SCANDAL IN PARIS with George Sanders. II I names which have been used on reminded by this incident that
MONDAY AND TUKSDAV THREE WISE FOOLS, starling other bases to identify thejr Beer any lack of care in handling dan-
Margaret O'BrienWFDNKSDAY. NA4TTcen Gardens. gerous things such as electricity,
-A SHADOW OF DOUBT starring Joseph Cotton. I I The decorative motif will be de- will eventually catch up with you
1'IIlTR IJ.\DEADLINE FOR MURDER with Kent Taylor. ',;I elded from the name accepted. and cause disaster to yourself, or
to .
I Judges will meet in the Office others.From
YELLOW WATER of Public I Information at 0830 some recent cases at the
nln1) S\TlIW.\\-O.S.S with Alan Ladd and Geraldine llii |I Wednesday morning. Judges selected Mast line I feel it my duty to re-
Fitzgerald. I J/teel! are Meda Stroman, Y2'c, mind all hands that when you goon
WAVE from" PffPBnnnot nu',.... leave it is your responsibility
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD / I y Preston Birkhead:' Cox, 'from'; "the''I i''to get back on-time. If"a train I is
CMAA late get form report from the conductor
SHOP" I office and J. E. Bray Sic.,
HOIUiY Monday through 1700-2130 i
Friday. Saturday,
from AF 23. I not the shore patrol, to
13002131)IW location in Bldg 411. Wing No. 1. Instructors on duty Orchids of the I I this effect. And If to
month
model and go to the The prize winning; name will be you try geta
leather chaft
for airplanes plexiglass
I Disbursing Department for their announced in next week's JAX AIR hop by NATS or ATC it is no
BEER: JI.\LI.r-Open nightly 1730-2130. Outdoor and inside areas, diligent and intensified work during NEWS.An excuse that you got bumped off by
Sandwiches and snacks available. the past month. Not only the entry blank is provided at cargo or even a General. Unlike,
O*' .tM):\I In auditorium open daily,, pay raise but the end of the fiscalI the bottom of this page to be filled common carriers where you buy a
ping pong and pool and lounge available I year hss really kept the department out and dropped in boxes either at ticket, the service airlines have no
BOWLING Six alleys behind Ship's Service available to all 1 | busy on night work. But we the Beer Garden or Ship's Service. obligation to transport you anywhere
personnel Monday through SaturdaJ 1700-2130. Free bowling If you i want you to know, Mr. Wilson, and if you try to take the
set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. | that everyone certainly appreci- last possible bit of leave and fly .
MODEL AIRPLANE CI.UIINATTC( Airdales) Meets Saturday ates the products you turn out. back for nothing you are holding
morning at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg. I The first of the last WAVES to SHUFFLE BO RD the bag if you are late. However, I
BALLROOM: DANCK CIAS Every Monday and Wednesday at leave NATTC will be gone Friday I might remind you that the Red
the Hostess House. Beginners class 1900 to 2000. Advanced class, 'i when Dorothy Undersander CY. Cross has power to grant priority
2000 to 2100. i I Bonnie Forsburg, Ylc Florence certificates on the service airlinesfor
No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between Barber, Y2c Dorothy Schoonover, deserving cases of emergency
these hours. I Y2c. Joyce Handyside. PhMZc ; leave both going and coming. Sucha
8\\'UI\I1SG-I'ool: No. Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Officers Mary Ann Donnell, SpX)3c( ) and a certificate will protect you evenif
Couples. Family Groups-Children must be accompanied by par- i Jeannette Kahle, SpS)3c( ) go their you are delayed by being bumped -
by a higher priority.
ents. Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. I different ways. All the girls who r
1D
Pool No. 2-For Male Personnel only-Enlisted and Officers. Mon I have signed over until Septemberwill --- --
day through Friday, 0900 to 1100, 1200 to 1400, 1500 to 1600 and 1700 have left by August 20. officw com mmReported Cdr., USNR. NAGS: V. R. Reeks,
to 2100. Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. I The Av. Punsters really sounded Lt.. USN, NAGS; W. Tracy Lt.
GOLF Station Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all per good over at the Smoker last (Ijg) USNR NAGS; E, W. Webb,
sonnel. Clubs available at Gear Locker In Southside of NATTC Audi I Monday night. That is the orchestra 29 ay.--B., P. Burns. Ens. NavSchlAv .Lt., MC, USNR. NAGS; J. C.
torium; Monday through Saturday-1000-1700; Sunday-1030 to 1700. made up of Aviation Fundamental Fund E. W. Fields, CPC Turk, LUCdr.. USNR NAGS.
MUSIC-Anyone interested in Joining the newly organized band, I School students who have Ir I USN NavSchiAv. Storekeeper). I-liM'hrxl '
contact Randals at Barracks 13. volunteered their time and talentsto 1 June -C. H. Pearman. Lt. (jg) 17 June-Kelly. C. C., Lt., US-
TY.XSIS-Racquet and balls available at Physical Training; Bldg. make the group possible. It is I USNT( ), Student Adv. AOM; K. NR.
under the direction of T. F. Raye i I Sams Lt. USN, not assigned. 20 June-Moatz, J. D., Lt. MC,
513.HOSTESS HOUSE Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sun Sic. who was formerly Trombonist i 8 June M. J. Terragnl. Lt. jg), USNR: Colyar R. C., Lt. (8)) US- .
day 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. with Wilson Humber's orchestra. I MC. USNR, Dispensary; H. M. Cecil NR.
NATTC I.IBRARY-Locatld in Auditorium. Open :Monday through Drop over to the Beer Garden Fri- Lt. WK, USNR. Personnel. 21 June-Luddy. W. J., Lt. (jg),
Friday-0930 to 2100: Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2101TnUT1C }. day night and hear for yourself. | 17 June---R. R. Allen Ens., USN, (AI), USNR.
\ GEAR: -Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training; Another big swimming mt't't111 NAGS, N. Avery Lt. Cdr. USN, 22 June-Carter, w. G., 1st Lt.,
Department, Bldg. 513. be held July 12 Entry blanks' NAGS; B. R. Bartlett, Lt. Cdr., USMCR. NAVC; Doherty D. A.
SOITBALLGames in the Intramural Softball League are played have been distributed to all schools USNR NAGS; O. W. Bass Lt (jg) 1st Lt., USMC-NAVC; Zanutt,), E.
every week-day night beginning at 1700. and a team Is expected from each USN. NAGS: J. O. Bennett Lt. L. 2nd Lt., USMC.
school. Helen Perry Lt., will be 2.June Bell. J. L., WO. US-
; ijgt.I ) USNR NAGS; R. R. Briner
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE I in charge of the meet and hopesto Capt., USN. NAGS; G. M. Brown, MC; Olson H, Ens (AL.) USNR.
find talent from which to select Ch.Gun. NAGS
USN. ; A. F. Co-
JACKSONVILLE BE.tC11ES-Buses leave at frequent intervals the All-Station team to partici- I ker. CPC. USN, NAGS; N. D. Ellis JAX AIR NEWS
from new bus station at Clay and Adams lUlU e as Navy) Surf bathing pate in the big Conference Meet Lt.Cdr.. USNR. NAGS; W. R. NAVAL AW TECHNICAL
and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus here July 25. 26 and 27. I Engle. Lt.Cdr. USNR. NAGS; H. '1'It.INIrCENTHIt

fare 25c. The swimming conference is es- I E. "'a rver. Lt. MC USNR. NAGS; C.i>Uin lord N. TI1I"". USN.
NA\Y MOTIIhKS: HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 East;; Church Street. I pecially for the average swimmer.So E F. Frazier Lt.Cdr.. USN C"mmltnltnol
USO CENTERS, at 122 West Forsyth Street; 311 West Duval don't be scared away because NAGS: F. Russell Lt. USNR; R. Commiiiid"r.Kobtfrl P. B.*|M,. USN,
Street. USO WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. there will be a few stars. L. George, Ch,GUN., USN NAGS; Oftices ExeautiysEditorial for NATTC
CANOEING, FISTING AND BOATING: Cedar River on San I The Eec Hall for' the enlistedmen R. Gerstl, Lt., USN NAGS. Section, Rooms 137 and 138,
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on has opened in Galley at 2. So !j W. Glazer. Lt. (jg), DC. USNR, Administration Building 000-A.
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor the Recreation Area is really going NAGS: D. C. Goodman Ens. USNR. Tel. Ext. 208
boats2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. full swing with the Hobby NAGS; A. C. Gwynne, Lt.Cdr. Advisor
HORSEBACK HIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA Shop and Beer Garden operating.The USNR. NAOS; W. R. Jacobs Lt. E. W. Andrvw. Lt. Conidr. CliC( ).
BLES. Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay AV. Fund students may (jg), DC, USNR, NAGS; J. W. Ardyi Rolnmn.Editor SuSUNw ( / .
Rides. have a chance to decide which sec Lambert. Ch.Bosn., USN, NAGS; .wnt..r
tion is the sharpest in drilling. Fora F. L. Sawyer, Lt.Cdr. USNR, Arthur KouUomkoli
I drill competition is in the wind I NAGS; W H. McCacken, Lt., US- Keneth I.orl",
USN Takes Over I EXPLOSION for the 18th of July. I NR NAGS; L. R. Miller, Lt. USN, Photof. Ko.por.k raplu Sit
Just a word. You know NAGS; J. H. Montgomery Lt. US Mdd" by Photo |K>pt., Af. funduixliT .
Gradually the USNR are going I FRIDAY NITE cockroaches abound around this NR, NAGS; J. F. Morgan, Ens., &-h..a direction'I'huM of C. E. Ware,
section of the country and so far USNR NAGS; J, C. Norris Lt.
to take their
places in the civilian \ An 1"'I..itt-nd..U'4" Day Dance! the Auditorium has been free of .---- -- -
ranks. NATTC will have only Let's celebrate the FOURTH at the demons. But if personnel con- | CONGRATULATIONS : W
USN men. the gala dance to be held Fri. tinue to carry candy into the
at the NATTC Auditorium movies it will be -.....__H __,_,._,_ ._
To Great Lakes. Illinois: Bech- day night impossible to i--'w -
i
The activities start them All
keep away. candy must
mane Hansen, Phm 3/c; Robert with a bang at 2000 and for I be forfeited at the door when entering .-i t
Zwlen, AEM 3/c; John Kohn, Sic; four solid hours no the movie. ,
Dale GuUinger Sic. missions there will be It looks like those Dempster
To Lido Beach: Theodore ing. The loudest Inter-I I Dumpsters have invaded the place. '
t Schaff AOl 3/c, and to St. Louis, occur at 2200 when the Everywhere you look you see one
Mo., Albert Gilliam, Sic, and gather around to stage a jitter of those sueer contraptions. I
ton, Mass., Stephen DeLosh, Bos.1 bug contest to see which couple I Funny situation. You should \
goes off with the prize. Music have seen the Welfare crew on
To SepCen, Jax: Edward .
,I wilt be by those explosive the way back from their picnic
Youcia. AEM 2/c Raymond Pfoff
; S ndorI.I last Saturday at Gold Head Patk.
Cox Thomas G. Fuller, AMM
; 3/c; I I For the men who don't sep.1 They got almost halfway home
Charles R. Hodge, AMM3/c; Elmer I dates there will be the I and remembered they had broughta
F. Siratt, Sic; Clyde Lemonds, ,I
NOCS girLs from town set of horseshoes with them and V.
AMM 2/c; Laurence Dodd, Apt( A) WAVES and civilian\ gals are hadn't decided who was the better
2/c: Alvin Frueauff, TM 3/c, and I
invitei. pitcher. So they proceeded to stop
Robert Lelok, AMM 3/c. I by the side of the road and de- ,
------- --- -- -. cide. Participants in the rain

were John Chick, Kevin O'Connell
Wayne Nevill, Jake Zoller and Pop
ENTRY BLANK Sobeck'!

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\. I suggest that the NA1TC Beer Garden be known as WELFARE CONTINUES
... UNCHANGED AT NATTC

) According to Lt. William H. Pictured above during the presentations of medals at the
Muir, Welfare Officer, there will Captain's office are, left to right, Comdr. Robert P. Beebe, Executive
be no change ip the recreation and I, Officer who read the citation; Captain Ford N. Taylor Command
entertainment program as set up i ing congratulating Richard Rader, CAMM, and R. H. Whitaker,
by Welfare for NATTC. Divisionswill AOM 1/c. .
still have picnics and partiesand The Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal were presentedby
Name, Rate still get the same amount of Capt. Taylor to Chief Rader for taking part in actions againstthe
.. money from Welfare. Each Division enemy during hU three and one-half years of active service in
U entitled to one picnic or the Pacific Theater of Operations. Chief Rader hails from Smith-
party a month and $1.00 per per- land, Iowa, but plans to make the Navy hU home and lifetime
Division Barlt&Cks'f 8<)land per guest U allowed for career,
the purchase of soft drinks rental Robert L. Whitaker AOM 1/c, was awarded the Air Medal and 1
and various incidental expenses.Rations one Gold Star In lieu of second award for services rendered against
'f (To W .Jroci"*! In tot I I. 81t;,.. !er.iuI 01' Beer Cad..) : can be drawn from the the enemy la the European Theater. Whitaker, who 'claims KansasCity

galley for those not on commuted Mo., a* hU home town, served in Europe for 21 months.
rations. I Both men are stationed at NAGS, Yellow Water.
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July, NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven .


I LEARNING TO SUPERVISE I '


roWATER e a ,. : Ft. Lnuderdole Easy


'ItYSIM(Hh trttktldtl ; '
0 $ Match For Raiders



I I Filth And Sixth Loop

It was nip and tuck between Y {k"'trI I Gomes Won By LocalsThe

Yellow Water and The CocaColaCo.
for this space but as happenedlast NATTC Air Haiders: make it six straight victoriesin

week, Yellow Water wins a row by blasting Ft Lauderdale twice, 11-5 and 4-1. Len

again. Jansen came through with his third brilliant performance in
I Notice !is hereby given that you '
starts to handcuff the in the
are taking: your life in your hands as many Avengers opening
when you drop a butt on the deck game and four Raider moundsmen held the Ft. Lauderdale

at the Welfare building. All hands squad to two bingles in the second contest.

are warned that the place is lousy, This week-end the Air Raiders 1 i -
readied; i ;;-t-on n- -J-
with newly deputized sheriffs. Sore error. advanced -
will rest but Monday they will endeavor -
lax,Night up a Chesterfield, and to rack up another win 1 when Lefty Jenkins was hit 1
put the butt in the butt can. by a pitched ball. Lea Rasmus-
when they travel to Memphis for
Lubin, one of the sundowns of sen lived on another error and the
a with the htgh flying 1
Yellow, Water (not exacUy a game bases were loaded. Robbie Rob- :
NATTC team from that station.
Knight), Is finally leaving us. All inson then flied to right field and
Next week-end the local will '
hands will have a party for him squad Jim Coddington scored after the :
tangle with the NAS Fliers from
AFTER he leaves. I catch, Jerry McCaughey reached I:
Mainside in the battle that will decide
Jim "Completely carried away | first on the fourth Ft. Lauderdale
by the program" Thurber reenlisted Snapped in session is the Supervisor Training Class with Lt the championship of this station error of the inning to score Jenkins "

this week for two more years. jg) Arnold L. Lawson Illustrating his talk to E. J. Coffey. Sic: Although the Fliers are one with the-tie-breaking run.I .
Glad to have you aboard. E. B Anderson Sic F. Splzziro, ACEM; C Moore AEMSc J. D of the most highly respected' servIce I The final two tallies were scored ii

Rudy Theb report that three of Womack, ACEM, and J. L. Barnwell, AEMIc.I teams in the southeast the in the seventh on singles by Jenkins -
I Raiders will be out to make
the boys out on the range have - -- a Rasmussen and McCaugheyand
recently acquired motorcycles. All New School game of It. the fifth Avenger error i>t the J
corpsmen take heed. I I I In the last week's games at Ft game.
Speaking of motorcycles has Lauderdale the Raiders seemed to i
SUPERVISOR | Hitting stars of the raiders were
anyone noticed' the absence of TRAINING 1 have little trouble. The first game I Chief Robinson and Lefty Jenkins -
E. L "I'm in the saddle again" saw the locals pile up two runs in Robby banged out five hits 'J
Taylor, ex-bowling alley tycoon ? the first frame on a pair of walks In the '
"B" two games, three of which
If not be it known that NATTC GIVEN SCHOOL MEN and "Robbie" Robinson's single traveled for extra bases The long

ha* picked up his option. I The rejuvenated Raiders added hitting Robinson is leading
Cater finally found his match. I As a part of its post war train- -- --- four more In the third on an error, currently
This new boy Schulz accomplishedthe ing plans the Naval Air Technical I I and previous experience makes a walk, two sacrifices and four the Raider hit parade with anaverage .'
him particularly well qualified for | of .355.
Command has
Training provided hits including Robbie Robinson'stwobagger
seemingly Impossible He won
the first fall with Carter athletic for instruction in the fundamentals i his assignment. He was Voca- After that the Ft. 1 Lefty Jenkins connected for four
boy: I
be | tional Training Officer at Pensa- hits in eight official to the
wonder, swimming champion of supervision to included Lauderdale Avengers tried in vainto trips!!
,
and also baseball! sold after Be- I in the regular program ofinstiuction I cola for two :years in charge of put on the winning rally, but plate to keep his'\.vtrage up. AlI .
I given men attendingthe | supervision and in-service trade the NATT Center nine had little I I though Jenkins has only played in

cute.Poem of the week: various "B" schools. The training. mercy and walked off the field a five contests he has helped the

Dilbert jumped the chow line, course 'objective is to give "B" :Most of the men attending "B" i 11-5 winner. Raiders out of many tight slots;

And as he jumped he laughed school trainees an understandingof schools carry petty officer ratings'j I|I In the second game the Raiders with his clutch hitting.

He didn't see McKeever.Result the supervisor's job and of the Upon completion of their advanced had to come from behind to win I First Game: R H K
? The principles and practices of modern training these men will assume The NATTC ..
purple shaft 4-1. Avengers nicked Kyle 204 120.200! -11 IJ 3
That's about all the data for supervision.Men! I duties in which a large part of Crawford for a lone tally in the I Ft. Lauderdale. ,OdO) 200 300II 7 C
\ who attend this school their responsibility will be Jansen and Clone; Puskihh, Dejwrick
super-
this week
except for little frame due
one opening to a pair of Sloan Ott and Jackson.
advertisement. Anyone aspiring come from Fleet Operating Units I vising the activities of othels.I miscues, Second Game:
to the position, lowly though it and Shore Establishments and I Hence a working knowledge of the i I RH IT
be of upon successful completion of the fundamentals of good supervision The NATTC team came back in NATTC .. . ..000) 020) 2O may compiling this weekly
course will return to their own I becomes an essential qualification.It the fifth inning to push across two I Ft. Lauderdale. .100 (XiO) OOf-1 2 6
l-fltth
of nonsense, contact most I Crawford
unearned Naulty Putt.
Bennlimand
runs to take the lead.
within Is the intent I
unit to set unit continuation of the Command
up Glein '
Donovan
in
anyone the Ship's St'rvlcebuild.- ; Kennedy and
I After one was out Jim Coddington'
Ing for all relevantdata. of the training they have to provide this knowledge by offering Jackson. ,
learned here. the course, Fundamentalsof -
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--- ---- This program is being conductedby Supervision.The LEO LUQUETTE LANDS KO PUNCH I

the Instructor and Supervisor I first' class to attend this --" _____,. 0

THE WORD:... Training School located in Bldg. new program was composed of i .
501, under the general direction of I six men from Class 19 and 20 of k '
From Aviation fundamental Comdr Blythe, Superintendent of the AEM 4 iB) school. Lt. H M.

SchoolS. Tiaining. The instructor ie Lt. Woodworth! Officer in Charge of
Ogl) A. L. Lawson whose training the Instructor and Supervisor
--- -- Training School states that the
K. Graham AIUM 2/e known number of euois. These course has been received with a

"What ? ?! ? "Jones made a JK) are to check the machines. The great deal of Interest and enthusiasm

end I got a 651!! It's a lie!" amazing feat of that gizmo (or The first groups of men
No. it isn't, mate. You may would it be a supei gizmo? t is thatit from the AOMB( ) and Advanced

have failed to use ajj IBM pencil, checks the entire paper at once, Aircraft Instrument Schools are
not marked a sufficiently heavy, not merely one question at a time. scheduled! to enter the program'on f K
line or you may not have filled incompletely When asked what the greatest I 5 August. Thereafter, classes I 4_ ;

the space between the grading problem wait, Mr. Waite, will be continuous and will be

lines. At any rate, let's stop, as in charge of IBM work at building ) composed of men from all three ___ _
Al Smith used to say, and "look 500. replied) "Student!" "If i advanced training schools. L
at the record." I had one dollar for every student

Roughly 3t>00 tests leave the that omitted from the answer
lest unit office in building 425 sheet his name and test number Air Raiders Thump
each week. Though all AvFund I'd nerd all the people in this office till

teats have a threefold purpose, to figure out my income tax!" Wesconnett 13-3 ,
their principal function is as a The office was packed, mates _
basis for screening Aviation Fundamentals and a word to the wise is suffi- I
A red hot Air Raider team
students and assigning (Clcnt.i Should a test be missed, I won
their seventh consecutive
I
thm to an "A" school in which the responsibility: making it victory
Tuesday when thE'rollt'd
they'll succeed. up rests' with the student.! A student : over
Wesconnett. 13-3. The Raiderscombined
That's Mr R. A. Myers you see I I who does not do this within 15 bingles with four
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Wesconnett errors to gain the easy
J THEY HELP TEST I win.

,.. ,v;,,' :.i, m Jenkins the
"., 8f Lefty paced slug
J \ gers as he pounded out four safeties -
:t1.
,1 The hitting spree brought the

:' portside sluggers' batting averageup
"< to a blistering .577 In the nine '
.
''' '' .. games he has played in.
Midge Makeever ageing manager
\ ......., :,. of the Air Raiders, held down' a s x, .

,'. ; ,. l'I .... the hot corner for the locals during
,,' the first six innings of play.
: \ '."... -... ,41 Makeever handled five chances I

.. .,i; -:..:...." u without a bobble while fielding : Referee Al Sinibaldi begins the count on Jim Taglione and at
.. .... '. and at bat he was credited with the same time eyes Leo Luquette as he moves toward a neutral

driving in three runs to lead the corner. This knockout punch came out of nowhere in the second!
Raiders in that department. round after Jim Taglione had held a slight margin. The only other I
Mike Marinkovich went all the knockout came in the Chuck Weisstein-Bob Manzer bout which

way for the Raiders giving up five Weisstein won, when Manzer could not. come out of his corner for

hits. Marinkovich's only trouble the third round.Fourth .
in the second frame when
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came --- --- '--- --
Wesconnett tallied two runs and second canto to score a knockoutin
in the third when shortstop Sykes Smoker the third match on the card.
blasted a lound tripper for the fi. Taglione! held a slight margin at
\Vesconnett score. the time after winning the first

NATTC 023 040 13-13 12 2 Well AttendedThe round.

in the pictuie. and to assist him two weeks aye a large gooseeggin Wepconnett 021 000 00--1 354 I Chuck Weisstein scored the other -
in the job of running the test unit his record. Marinkovich and Berkes; Brown, knockout when he won by TKO
is Mrs, P C. Warren, J, R. Davis, I "The evil men do lives after Coombs and Cone.Children ? fourth Smoker of the season. from Bob Manzer. Manzer .
I vas held Monday night In the outdoor caughtthe
and M. H, Layton.: These people them (says Marc Anthonyto entire 'weight of the powerful .
added of the Romans) and it does likewise I boxing area and witnessed t>yn .t'eisstE'ln
have'the assignment selecting I, \\ offensive and was unable,
.. : forty men, standing, highin I in AvF und, for all gradesare I To overflow crowd. The huge gathering to answer the, bell for the final r'
their class, to w ik in the VSB I permanently filed in the test cheered lustily throughout round.
squadron at Mainaide dining their : unit, in *ase .a student desires to ;, Learn BoxingClasses thc ten bouts which included a I As
ninth, tenth, and eleventh weeks apply this work toward) his high pair of KO's.The a special added attraction,
t I I feature fight of the Harold O'Cl tester and Andy Adams
I Rumors alHMit them are more school diploma started Wednesday for evening I.
iriyfeterlouM than the machines I Ij As they are now given! the IBM I Instruction in boxing for children' ended' in a draw. Ronald Bondy' of the Dispensary locked horns
j, themselves. The basis of their tests In Aviation Fundamentals :1 between the ages of 7.15 of Of- and Dick Ayraud tried for three : in a wrestling match. After seven'

operation 'il. elt'ehleal contacts: School are the most valid that fleers. Chiefs and enlisted men. | rounds to settle the outcome buto I minutes clowning the bout was
and their working speed is 150: to I could be given a lajge number of These classes will be conducted t no avail. In the third round judged a draw.

200 paper every hour. The ma- students; they relieve instructors Monday, Wednesday and Friday Jondy sent Ayraud to the canvas I Lt Muir of the Welfare Department -
chine itself Is almost smart enoughto' of the testing load, allow for uniform I at 1400 by Chief Al Sinibaldi in' for the nine count but Ayraud had announced that the next
thumb its nct+e at the inability testing procedures and make I the outdoor boxing area. in early advantage which helped I Smoker would be held on the 15th
of.any; human machine to keep a study vt glades easier and more him to gain the! draw. of July. Chief Al Sinibaldi again

pace! with it. meaningful. Credit is due the XfvM 1'lat.hs "Mexican seizes: an Leo Luquetle, the Tex *,Torna- I refereed the ten boxing bout! while
A perfect paper is first run people that handle the AvF'and American woman below the lutriderj lo, caught Jim Taglione with a terrific George Degen was the third mao
through, and then one''with a Testing Unit' so efficiently: 4 %" right Rook to the jaw' in the I in the wrestling match' f,

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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 4 July, 1946

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CHIEFS TAKE TOURNEYACM Bowling Tourney
a _._ Ft. Lauderdale Nine I


Ends McCain To
;

Meets NAS Here
Lead Flier TeamCapping TodDy I.


the big Jacksonville League Tilt Set For 1400; ;

Journal Bowling Tournament withan Teams Play Again Tomorrow :
awards banquet at Rubin's restaurant

In town, the three NAS The Fort Lauderdale NAS baseball club invades the local

pin-busters who did so well in the diamond this afternoon, after its two previous attempts at
event are now setting about the
task of lining up matches for the cracking the Flier gate had been thwarted by 'ole Mother ,(_'

newly-formed Flier bowling team. Nature. (Rain, that is.) This time the lads from down south '

Already, C. A. McCain, the cap- are slated to tangle wtih Coach Jim McCachren's nine at
tain of the local bowlers has
sent
out letters to teams from, all over 1400 today, and at 1615 Friday, both scraps taking placeon

Northern Florida and expects to Mason Field.Softball .
have an Impressive number of The tilts are league affairs, and
matches arranged by next week. If should the Fliers take a double
possible, many of the matches will Loops Are victory, their race for the confer- ,
be held at the Malnside bowling ence crown would be aided consid

alleys. Tentative opponents for Idle Second Half erably. Jack Seidwltz will handle
the Fliers may hail from Tampa, ; the hurling chores for the :Fliers ,
Daytona Beach, Orlando, Jackson- this afternoon, but the man who'll
ville, and Ocala. To Start On 8.July get first call on the mound tomorrow I 1
.. I
'" ,, _"' .;": -- The final round of the Journal hasn't been named yet.
DAVE SWEENEY and Lt. Comdr. G. E Ford are shown held last A
Tourney was Thursday I With the first-half champions already win and a loss were hung on
-
shaking hands after the Best-Ball Golf Tournament ended last week night. 28 June, on the Springfieldlanes crowned, the station soft- the Malnside boys last week when
with enlisted men's team of Sweeney and ACMM J J. Klopp (far in town. The three locals Pensacola tapped them 2.1 last
idle last
ball week
loops were as
right) being crowned the champs when they defeated Ford and Lt. all finished well up in the money, the one scheduled was rained Saturday in sixteen innings, and
Comdr. L. G. Barnard. Sweeney and Klopp took the final eighteenhole R. R. Gray winding up in the eleventh game the Admiral's Tro- the Parris Island Marines went
round 3 and 2, but it is interesting to note that Ford and Bar- spot to lead the trio of Fliers. out. Winning down to a 5-3 defeat Tuesday. The
title the IATU
nard have been playing golf only eight months and yet are among Gray had a 48-game total of 8608. winners phy of was three preceding squad, two games were played on the
the best players at NAS. W. M. Boozer rolled a fine 1135 sport- NAS Held.
ing events in the Intra-mural
set the final night to pro- The Pensacola tussle
six-game on was strict .
at NAS. IATU had to over-
Station Team Wins move from his nineteenth place po- gram ly a pitching duel, with John
come the VSB 360 nine to win first
sition to fifteenth in the final Schmitz of NAS and Eldon .
standings. His total for the 48 place 360 having passed them mid- O'Brien of Pensacola in the star-
Teams In Golf Tourney Are games was 8398. way in the season. ring roles. Schmitz went the entire

C. A. McCain was the other NAS Tops in the Commandant'sLeague sixteen innings and caught the
entrant and he wound up in nineteenth was the Hospital outfit. loss, but he held the visitors to but
Divided Into Three GroupsA place with an 8339 total Posting a record of thirteen wins I four hits in the four hours and
McCain ran into a little troublein and one loss the Hospital was nev- i 10 minutes of play. O'Brien chucked -
new set-up in the station Hound-Robin Golf Tourna- the final night and rolled a 998 er in danger in the league stand- for thirteen frames and allowed

ment was put into effect this week, as after five weeks of six-game set to drop from seventeenth ings throughout the first-half play. seven Flier safeties before Don
The Marines were the only men Groves relieved him in the four-
to his nineteenth place posi-
it decided by the Golf Committee that the eleven
play was ion. able to down the Hospital in their teenth.

teams in the event would be divided into three divisions ac- ______ ____._u_ entire schedule. The second round The locals' lone score drew first
cording: to the present standings of the squads. The new rule starts 8 June and the games this blood in the Pensacola game, as

will cut more teams_ in on prizes and keep the tourney more WAVES Now Second half Comdr.will O.be England largely, at softball night director if Lt. II shortstop Ed Lippeatt's Lyle Christianson bingle over scoredon sec
---H -- interesting to the teams which
it. Mr. ond base when the sacks
can arrange Englandhas were
far back after the first five
Football Moves Into were flights. l In City Softball LoopThe noted that the night games loaded. Pensacola came back to
I have brought good crowds to the knot the count in the sixth frameon
Five teams make up the first division WAVES' softball team had ball fields and mentioned t hat a Flier miscue. and then the
MAS Sport Spotlite; and if a man wishes to stayin but one game last week and they night games would be the rule, if game settled down and began to J
the event, he must pay a $1.00 dropped the highly regarded possible, in the second-half play. look like it would last until far
Drills Open 1 AugustFootball entry fee. At the end of the tournament Southern Bell team on Monday, 1 Following are the standings in Into next year. Schmitz held Pen

the money collected from July, by an impressive 19-1 score. the two leagues: sacola hitless from the first to the ,
is fast moving into the the teams in each bracket will go The local girls were also sched- ADMIRAL'S TROI'.n- thirteenth to greatly help the local "
NAS sports scene since the coach to the winning squad of that uled to meet the Victory Play cause, but the end came in the top
ing staff was named last week, bracket. This will mean that three ground team last night at 2000 on Team .Worn 10 Lust 2 FrlIA1U .833 of the sixteenth when relief hurler
and now Lt. Comdr. Kass Koval- teams instead of one will share in the Municipal Stadium diamond. I'SB 360 8 2 .666 Groves drove in the winning run
check has announced that the official the prize money. Making up the Last night's game marked the last VSB 367 5 3 .625 with a base blow to left field. Lip- 1
date for grid practice wouldbe first division are the firstplaceVSB tilt on the first of the city-league I'SU VSB 370 Staff.. 3 2 4 4 .3.1.428 peatt with two safeties in five
1 August of this year. Helldivers, the NATTC Officers schedule. The second half is set VSB 374 1 !5 .166 trips to the plate, and Schmitz
All men with the gridiron urge the ATD squad, the NAS en- to start immediately but the VSB 365 1 7 .125 with three for four led the Flier
should contact either the headman listed men, and the NATTC enlisted g m stheWAVES have not hitters.

Kovalcheck, or his assistant, men. The first division was been announced.In COMMANDANT'S LK\GtK Tuesday, the Parris Island Marines I
Lt. Comdr. C. L. Thompson, at I simply chosen from the first five the Southern Bell scrap, the Trim Won 13 Lost 1 ).929'rt. stepped on Mason Field but
Building 726 any time from now leaders after five weeks of play. WAVES capitalized on the fine Marines Hospital :: ::: :: :: ::::::: 8 2 :,8OO their situation appeared completely -
until the first. Kovalcheck will In the second division there are hurling of "Gussie" Gostola and A & R ....... .......... 8 2 .!()() "out of hand" as the Navy club I
give the football hopeful a form three teams, the top one being the Virginia Winkler to gain their 19.1 Dispensary 907'---10 *4 .666.661 pounded out 11 base hits to take .

( to fill out, and he will be addedto Station outfit. IATU is next in win. Winkler was the starting Inspection Personnel .. ........... 6 3 .60 their 5-3 win. The Marines got off
the '46 grid roster. this bracket, while VSB "Red" is twirler and gave up three hits in Pistol Range ... .. ..... 8 5 .615! to an early lead in the first inning -
the third group. This division orig- Radio Lab .. ....... 7 7 .500 when First Baseman Charlie '
four frames before she
was relieved -
Men with any experience, high Office ..
Personnel ...... 5 I 5 ..500T6
school or college, are urged to inally had four teams, but VSB in the fifth by Gostola, who [ .. ..... .. .... ...... 5 6 .454 Skinner drew a walk and later
make their application, and Coach "Blue" has dropped out of the tour- went the rest of the distance and Sep Cl'nter .. .. .. ....... 4 6 .400 came in on a bingle by Third I
Kovalcheck has ney. The third division is com- allowed five safeties. Tops at the VSB RS ......... 4 6 ,400Communications ( Baseman Henry Benkert. The Jax
intimated that his
........ 4 7 .363
team will not be subjected to big posed of the station Staff squad, plate for the winners was Virginia Para. Loft .... ...... ... 3 8 .273 men came back to score four runs 1
name ball players and that all the CNAATRA Club, and the Walton with a triple, two doubles, Commissary .... ....... 2 8 .200 in the third period, three of them
I applicants trailing PBM group. and in four to the O & G .... .. .... ..... 2 8 .200 coming when Joe Wentworth rap'f i(
I will be given an equal a single trips VSB ,. .... .. .. .. .. ....2:. 8 ..200Three ped out double to left field with
chance to make the squad. The station golf team was in plate. Skip Edge had two doublesin VM .. .. 4 .200 a
l. action last week when it had a five times up to trail Walton. teams dropped out of the' the bases loaded. The final Flier
their league in mldseason. They were Supply tally came in the seventh, and the
Banana WAVES' thirdin
three-way meet with the The win was
IATU VSB AC.JERSEY Marines scored their other two tallies
i Mainside Needs River and Fort Lauderdale fair three starts and placed them'
in the fifth and sixth.
way fans. The match was held on but one-half a game behind the I
Jim Clark in his first mound
the Fort Lauderdale Country Club league-leading B a r bee Motors BOUNCE

More Men For grounds last Friday, 29 June. As squad. (SEA-Jersey) City dropped Its Marines appearance to six for hits NAS and limited looms the as A,
has been the general rule with the twelfth straight game at Newarkon ,.
.
a capable pitcher for the fast diminishing -
local par-busters, they emerged the VETERAN MAKES UMPIIIE 25 May when, with the score A
(by discharge) Flier
Aquatic ClassicIt victors with a convincing 30 Vi (SEA) While hospitalized in tied, umpires ruled that Buster crew. Bobby Forbes led the Main-
points, as against 13 for Banana England, ex-serviceman Jim Brewer Maynard's drive did not clear the side swatters with three for four.
won't be long now before the River and 9V4! for Fort Lauderdale.The former semi-pro ball player, fence since it bounced back in the while Rudy Stewart got two doubles
Naval Air Training Athletic Con Fliers number one man, Lt. read an article about But McGow- park. Thus Instead of a homer in his four times at bat. Went- j
,. ference Swimming Championships Comdr. Irrobino, picked up six an's school for umpires. Thanksto Maynard got a two-bagger and worth added a single to his double
will be run off in the spacious indoor points for the local linkmasters the G. I. Bill of Rights, which was stranded. Later it was revealed and wound up with two safeties in
t, pool located in the NATTCarea when he breezed through the first subsidized his training, he is nowa the ball hit a youngster before three trips to the platter.
and the call is still out for nine with a 38, and then came in Sally League arbiter. bouncing back onto the field. 00
more Naval personnel participants. with a 37 to shoot the low round
r For some reason or other a few for the day with a 75. Other six WINNERS AT WORK Former NAS Officer Hurt
; ..... .....
big name swimmers have scared point winners for the Fliers were -- -- -- --"" In Okla. U. Grid Practice
away many sailor swimmers, who I ACRM Cravens, who shot an 80,
don't seem to know that the big I and Ens. Ed Sadowski, who card w' Ensign Warren Giese, the NAS
Jax swim carnival that's set for I ed a 77. Lt. Comdr. Sheedy of .gx 4 Physical Training officer who
July 25 and 26 is primarily for NAS had the toughest match of went on terminal leave recentlyand
them. the day while he was picking up reported to the University of
4 Here at NAS, swimming coachLt. 3'/ digits--v hen Connell of Banana Oklahoma for football practice
Paul is all kinds River shot 80 to Shee a
King having i an edge broke his arm in summer drills at
of trouble drumming up enough; dy who had an 81. Lt. Strouse K the university and may be out of
,' aquatic gents to field a team in the I added 5H markers to the Main- the Oklahoma line-up this fall.
water classic, and he wishes it side par-busters' total with his 18- While at NAS, Ensign: Giese
known that "all men who have any hole 82, and Lt. Baron wound up played an end position on the '45
experience at all in a swimming the Flier scoring when he cardedan p Flier football squad and was a e\'
pool should try out for the team, 83 and won 4>i points. swimming instructor at Malnside. ;

". a* this meet is for the average The station Best-Ball Tournament He also instructed an English classIn
Navy natator, and is not an event finished last week, and the the educational program offered
v that Is limited to National cham enlisted men's team of ACM Dave hero Besides his in football
prowess -
'-. pions. It is a known fact that the Sweeney and ACMM J. J Kloppsee Giese is a fine swimmer and
.''. Navy has taught its men how to ( pies) won the event by defeating does well in track. He placed in
swim well, here now la a chance Lt. Comdr. G. E. Ford and
broad
the shot-put, Jump, and discus
to prove that the Navy has also Lt. Comdr. L. G. Barnard, 3 and 2. throw in the Florida AAU
.. its to swim
: taught men fast. Lt. '
meet held last May.Giese's .
King urges all men who are interested and 26 July 1946. will be the ones
to contact him at Bldg. 726, that future NATTC swimmers will coach at Oklahoma is Jim
telephone 593 be shooting at. Tatum, the same gent who tutored )
Winners in the swim meet will Besides the regular racing events the '45 NAS team of which Giese

wl be presented with gold. silver, and the water show will be highlight was a member. Should'the broken
bronze medals according to the order ed by comedy diving. Some of the s a,, xACf1IM 1' > ski, arm keep Giese out of action this ,
"; in which they finish, so the leading clown divers in the Nation taU, Tatum will Qnd himself mi- '\
men that take part will certainly will be on hand to add colorto J. J. KLOI'F DEMONSTRATES the kind of putting that nus a very capable wlngman. There' ,
a, have something to shoot at. The : the show. Also on the program helped him and ACM Dave Sweeney cop the title in the station Best is still ample time before the fall '
big meet Is the first one of an annual Is a picturesque aquacade presented Ball Tournament. The two champs are now active In the Round- rolls around however and Giese
<4 presentation, and the records by beautiful gals from Miami Robin event after their win over Ford and Barnard in the first may yet don moleskins. 'for

ky, that are set on the nights of 25 Beach. tourney. O. U. ,

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