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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1946
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t VoL 4-No. 18 1 ? 11 July, 1946


: Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command



U S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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I GETTING THE "AIR" WORD 'T.r.iUIIF--=-1, YMCA Drive Will Begin .




, AI Air Station MondoJ


Many Local Naval Activities

Will Participate In Campaign j

The Navy's effort to raise funds for the $800,000 pro- I

posed Y.M.C.A. Youth Memorial Building in Jacksonville

will get under way Monday with NAS, NATTC, NAATC, j

the Naval Hospital, the Separation Center, Cecil Field, and

Yellow Water all participating, Comdr. Warren P. McGuirk,

t M general chairman, announced yesterday. I t
No specific goal has been set for '
1 the month-long drive which 1* J

Armed Forces scheduled to close on 15 August, f
but It is hoped that sufficient funds
will be contributed to be used for

'Pay Raise Is the construction of a certain por-
: tion of the building as a memorial'
to Navy men formerly stationed in j'
I Now In Effect the Jacksonville area who lost
their lives in World War II. ,
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Comdr. McGuirk w ill meet
;} The bill signed by Presi- with the campaign heads from the

dent Truman increasing the various commands and activitiesand

' pay of all members of the departmental chairmen this
week to discuss plans for the forth-
) armed forces was made of- <
coming drive and to perfect the organizational -
ficial and applicable to the I set-up. At that time .
Navy by AINav 354, received here he will distribute all material necessary ,
this week. It became effective on 1 for the conduct of the campaign .1
July. in Individual departments.
Under the new pay plan appren-!'I Lt. H. R. Newcomb will conduct w.,
tice seamen will receive $75 monthly the campaign at Cecil Field, Lt. 1
StA or an increase of 50%. Seamen Comdr. 1<'. L. Lawyer at Yellow
_f< ":"'"" P' ." .' THE SECOND GROUP of this year's graduating class of the Naval Academy began Mondayits month, while first class seamen NATTC, Comdr. Robert Wright I
J four-week aviation indoctrination course at NAS Jacksonville. Typical of all the Annapolis grads will be paid $90. Increases applying I NAATC staff, Ens. T W. Bradley ,
the sextette pictured above shows marked interest as the instructor, Lt. B. E. McKinney (in the to pay grades 2, 3 and 4 are I -Sep-Cen, Ens. R. E. Hunter ,
. cockpit) explains details of an SB2C instrument panel. The instruction is one phase of the ground $135, $115, and $100 respectively. I Naval Hospital, and F. H. McKinley a
training part of the tour of the VSB squadron here and all the young officers receive the pre-flight Chief petty officers on an acting -civilian employees.
r cockpit check-out. Left to right, the ensigns fate; F B. Smith, G. C. Kirk, D. B. Wenger R. C. Collier, appointment will receive $150\ Heading the drive in their respective !
P. E: Beam, Jr., and J, D. Baskim Jr. monthly while those holding a departments at NAS are a
permanent will Lt. Comdr. V. Sebach
appointment get ,
------------ ---- Henry assisted -
$165. I by Lt. Percy C. Hutchens
Student Dive Bombing U. S. SAVINGS BOND RECANVASS The new pay schedule sets up I -Aviation Training; Lt. (jg) Edwin -
the following amounts for officers' K. Blevins-Communications;
Record Broken By Ens. per annum pay: First period -I Chief Carpenter M. Curry-Yard ,
BOOSTS NAS PARTICIPATIONMilitary $2160 or $180 monthly; second period Department; Lt. H E. White -
Last Week -$2400 or $200 per month; Public .Works; Comdr. Lucien S.
Talmadge
third period-$2760 or $230 monthly -]I Kempf Executive Department;
When an experienced divebomber participation in the allotment plan for the ; fourth period-$3300 or $275 Lt. (Jg) F. E. Field-Ordnance
pilot scores a direct hit it is purchase of United States Savings Bonds jumped an aver- per month; fifth period-$3850 or I and Gunnery; Lt. Comdr. V. H.
all of the day's work. But $320.83 per month; sixth period : Rambo-Physical Training and
part
age of 5.8 per cent at NAS as a result of the recently com-
if he should score five hits in a $4100 or $366.66 monthly. Briga- Welfare; 2nd Lt Charles J. Max-
row his fellow pilots usually raise pleted recanvass, it was announced yesterday by Lt. F. L. dier general and rear admiral ey-Marine Barracks; Lt. J. D.
an eyebrow and say "The boy is Riddle, drive chairman. ranks (lower half) have been Matthews Supply; Lt. Don A.
I hot" Civilian participation in the payroll savings plan also boosted to $6600 per annum while Frazier Personnel; Pharmacist
major generals and rear admirals Pringle H Oxford Medical De-
That very teat was accom- took a sharp spurt upward with I I (upper half) will draw $8800 year- partment; Lt. (jg) Henry D. Roye
pUshed in VSB-ATU1 during the 354: new enrollments reported fol- civilians at NAS are now enrolledin officers
Commissioned warrant
ly. -Inspection; Lt. John Pilkington,
\ lowing the wind-up of the recan-I the payroll savings follow-
plan
i experienced with less than 10 years of com- Jr.-Industrial Relations; and Lt.
I vass. ing an increase of 6.8 per cent asa missioned service are eligible for (Jg) W. B. BorrmannAssemblyand
f did it. Ens. Charles J. Talmadgeof Leading all station departmentsin I result of the campaign. New $2520 or $210 per month. Total Repair.All .
Flight 370 went out to bomb the percentage of increase in enrollments by departments in- monthly limitation on and allowances -
I for the fourth time in bis life the military allotments was Inspectionwith clude: pay contributors of more than one
other day and not only scored five 18 per cent. The Yard De- Assembly and Repair-191, awarded commissioned dollar will receive honor roll cards
been
warrant officers, has increased -
hits out of five tries but his aver- partment was in second place with Yard Department-67.. : certifying that they have helped
to $550.Fleet .
age error for the five drops was 11 per cent and Ordnance and Gun- Supply-58. provide funds for the building and
17 feet! nery was third with 10 per cent. Public Works17.Inspection9 admiral, admiral, vice ad- entitling the donor to all cour-
According to the latest stand- Standings of other departments I miral, general and lieutenant gen- tesies possible in any Y.M.C.A. In
eral ranks entitled to $8800 America for fun
' are a year.
Industrial Relations 6.
rds established by the Fleet, any were: -
_pilot who can maintain an average :Medical Department-9%. Executive Department3.Medical per annum pay while those hold- According to present plans a
Department-8.8%. ing temporary appointments as number of special benefit events
error of 45 feet, or less for Executive Department-3.
'
five consecutive dives is entitledto Aviation Training-8.2/. Lt. Riddle expressed his thanks commodores are entitled to $4400 I'I'i will be staged in conjunction with
Continued Two
sport an "E" (the long-accepted Supply-8%. yesterday to all departmentalbond i yearly. on Page
symbol of excellence) on the side :Marine Barracks-5.4%. officers and their assistantswho t NEEDING 'EM '; I
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VOII'T.T.
of his plane.. In view of that fact, Personnel%. helped make the recanvass a -------- -'-'-
the flier's accomplishment is all Assembly and Repair-2%. success. "Without their complete
the more remarkable.Ens. No increases were reported in I co-operation such results could
Talmadge now holds the Communications, Public Works never have been accomplished in
VSB-ATU1 dive-bombing record and Physical Training. .'I so short a time,". he said :
.
for offlcers-under-instructlon. Lt. Outstanding division in the drive : T
C. S. Porter, VSB Bombing Phase was the Parachute Loft which in-

Officer, still stands alone with his creased its participation 25 per 'I ANEW STATION AUTO '" ....,__ M>'''' J
all-time low of a nine-foot error ; .
for four consecutive drops. cent.A total oC 56.7 per cent -of-- the NOW ON SALE } :::55iJ .I tI ,1 ,

AT YARD OFFICEMr.
,

Prominent. Educators Will I Motorist, have you secured :i 5onI 1
itiLj.
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your new tag? Pa
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Deliver Lectures At NAS Yes, it may be in the middle of .. ...;,,.. \
the year, but you need a new tag rn
just the same. You see we're referring .... ,
1' fe Student officers and other NAS personnel will have the to the station tags'which

.Opportunity this week of hearing lectures by two eminent must bo displayed on all automo- LT COMDK. PERCY BOND,

authorities in the fields of economics and political science. biles. entering the station regularly. Yard Officer, gazes at the new

The lectures are in the current series being offered as Naval Air Station auto tags
The 1916-47 plates went on sale
officers here designed to which went on sale this weekat
training of student ,
the
part o( this week at the Yard Office, located
the Yard Office at the Main
lementtheir present educational backgrounds and stimu- at the Main Gate. Old 1915-
sup Gate. All automobiles must be
late Interest"irt><>n- aval. cultural tendent of Public Instruction in 46 tags,will be void after 31 July ,. equipped with the 1946-47 tags
and cars bearing them will not be
subject Missouri and Colorado.In by 31 July for entrance to the
permitted to come aboard.To .
Tomoirow at 1900, Dr, William station as the 1915-46 tags will
) Melcher, Professor of Business his talk, Dr. Melcher is expected obtain a new station tag, become void after that date.
Administration- Rollins College, to outline the development, car owners must apply in person Unlike previous years, there
( will speak on the subject "Capi- the present status, and the futureof and bring (1) certificate of owner- will be no duplicate numbersfor
talism Is, It' Decadent at the capitalism in a manner easily ship (2)) state driver's license ((3)) officers, enlisted personnel,
'.r Student Oftlccra' Auditorium. Dr. understood by the average man. proper identification, and ((4)) and civilians. Officers have from
Melcher hold an A.B. degree from On Tuesday, 16 July Dr. Wil- 25 cents. Also, the old tag shouldbe 1 to 5,000, chiefs from 5,001 to
Drury College,"an M.A.. in economics liam G. Carleton of the Universityof carried along and turned in. 5,500 enlisted personnel from
) from lUrvaroV and a Ph.D.from Florida, a leading authority on The new tags carry a different 5.501 to 10,000 and civilian em-
1 f tbtf'UnlYtf of Wisconsin. political science, will discuss po- color scheme, and the numbers ployes from 10,001 upward.
i t For many grats, he was_ Superin- Continued on Page Four Continued on Page Three
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JAX AIR NEWS 11 July. 1946

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':' "' : ::: ,: 2: ?"; .: \ I Hospital Entries
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: ;.'.!._, .. ;: .." ""' "' : ;: l :;i I Chatter Pour In To Name

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-- REPORTERL l

A notable event took place at the The Flight Team

All Saint's Chapel at 3:00: P.M.Sunday ., :
7 when Miss Dorothy .
July,
j The thrill of being the
possible!
Mae Gillett daughter of Captain il c1. Lewr, Vie-
:
to 'name the
Nat'y'sll"lighExhibition
and Mrs. R. M. Gillett, was person Team is proving irrec Q"EiSTION'IIf'f, In 'jour ('|ltn"

I wedded in marriage by Chaplain I sistible to large numbers! of ; | !Ion? (<. 'th.t! pcehtage, / to; gt m..-
from
Francis Lee Albert to Ensign far tMfIOIINNT "
to
I personnel-and people
Charles Stuart Carlisle, son of Mr. Jacksonville. KANK, Sic .
and Mrs. Paul H. Carlisle of Dar .
i Not only have suggestions continued ,1Buffato, X. T.
: )lington. Idaho. The bride's maid- to pour into the JAX AIR I "I'm'no.': one to ask that question

of-honor was Miss Elizabeth E. NEWS offices from military and '('f\usf'.1: ;;, 'haven't given it much

Boldizar of Washington, D.C., and civilian personnel on the base; "but I, thought. Off hand I'd say around
4 the best man was Ensign Robert entries have been received from the age'of 23 to 27--by that time

S. Smith, a classmate of the groomat points as distant as Beevilleilex-i: ; ( ; 1 you are usuallly through school'
Annapolis. Following the ceremony as. and know what you want out of

-. a reception was held at the I The Texas contestant' : Mar I II life." tIK1 '

Officer's\ Club after which the bridal tha Meinrath of 205 East Heffer-I! ) IH'NCAN, Sic

Offered To couple boarded a plane for man Street, wrote that someone San Francisco, Cahf.

Ii Many Opportunities Havana on a wedding trip. sends her the JAX AIR NEWS and I .'For instance in my case, I'd

"I read and enjoy it very much." say around 21 'cause that's when

Of Post War Reserve 1 The Red Cross "Watermelon1 'The name she picked was the took[ the final step And I don't .
Members Cutting" held in the Grove on the "Fireflys." egret It at all! I don't believe

Fourth of July was quite a success' I This week's batch <>f entries was In kids getting hitched as coon

SEA A two weeks annual -- -- .. and from the looks of some of the I as colorful as previous ones. Here I is they are out of high school in

cruise to foreign ports e>n modern ized Reserve surface unit will be patients' jumpers, "bibs" could I are a few samples: the: majority of cases they have no i

tombat ships, advancement In rank the division. have been put to some good use.Anyway "The Jax-O-Bata." Idea what they want from life,"
The two weeks annual training it can be said that watermelon "
Trio.
forweekly Terrific
while receiving pay "The BROWN ARM3C
or rating Mill ,
will\ be either afloat or ashore depending I j helped cool off many a Trimmers."
Tree
training activities and usfiliation !' I "The Portland, Oregon.
on the specialty\ of each if wantto .
patient so you
perspiring
with splendid of "Hell's Angels. heard tell of
a group "I once ) a survey
individual. On the 14-day summer enjoy something like that again Jax." .' .
: "The Cracker
the opportunity which made college -
men are among was by a proessor
cruises for shipboard training,, column and
dieted members of the postwar keep your eye on this "The Blue Demons! at Chicago University and
of instruction that be
ran "
phases ward bulletin boards
Navy Reserve. adequately performed only at sea i on your I "The Sky Dusters.." he set the ideal age between 23 arid
The 1.000,000-man Reserve! will I "Flying Jack-Aces. 17 for girls and 25 to 29 for fel-
will\ be emphasized. "
A last! minute, though very Important "Navy Nippers. thendividual
consist! of a highly trained Organ instruction lows. I think it depends on
A series of one-night-a-week "
jzed Reserve and a Volunteer Re I,i periods utilizing modern reminder! Be sure to join "The Sky Admirals" as no set rule will apply
crowd at the Red Cross "IceCarnival" "Cocked Hat
basis the to evt'ryoody--some boys and gills
trained voluntary
nerve on a equipment and training aids will "
dance in the auditorium "Hell's Kats. are much older at 19 than otheraire
subma .
Both will include surface,
"
be given members of the Organized
Cool breeze, soothing "Dare Devil Aces. "
tonight. at 25. ,
line and air components. Reservists
Reserve. While Volunteer "
Senders delicious Tat & Toe.
music by the "Sep "Tit
Specialist groups will corn pr isiintelligence are not obligated for any' ULI, JOSEMI ARM3C
too.It's .
and "Water Wingers.
refreshments, girls,
fire fighting civil englneering Denver. Colo.
training, they will have the opportunity Cats""Cloud
ordnance) and harbor within quotas to partici- I i a date! "Sea Chaseis.! "Speaking strictly' for myself, I'd
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defense A Merchant Marine com pate in the weekly instruction aawell I Devils\ ay around 24at least Jhat applies -
I*>nent will operate under the Volunteer as the summer cruises I Here's news for all you bridge "The"Diving Air Scoopers. I In my case. I think a fellow .
Reserve and the Waves nil!) I Volunteer Organization players! Made-to-order for those others!, too, has a better idea of what kind tit
f- have a place in the over-all pro- I I The Volunteer Reserve will contain "would be," also. The Red Cross i There were many listing them 1 a girl he wants for a wife after
prohibits
nit
gtam. officers and men of the same sponsors instruction in "Whys and I space ie's dated a few.you are usually

\ Maximum strength of the Or- classifications and rates includedin Wherefores" of good bridge playing I I ill.No indication was forthcoming I too Immature at 17 or 18. You

plflzt-d Reserve will te approximately the Organized Reserve, as well every Friday at 1500 in the to which type name was being'avored might be happy for a time, but as

25,000 officers and 175,000 as specialists. In addition to officers !- Rec Hall'h)' don't you join :is and all contestants stand 'foci grow older, your likes and dislikes -

men, while the Volunteer Reserve qualified for general duties, them ? equal chance of (copping the $10 are more likely to change: ,
will have a strength of 800000 officers the.Volunteer Reserve will include _- an However, names which blend and by that time there's nothing
prize.
and men. older officers\ no longer qualified I To those of'you who are unaware veil with an emblem or insignia 3'0\1 i can do about it except get alivorceand

I'erMinnel, Eligible; ... for general duties and officers of its possibilities, the Hospital have the edge, since It is expected that's one thing. I

Eligible for. enlistment in the whose civil life does not permit reg- : Library has on hand manyof that some sort of insignia will be on't believe in."

Naval Reserve are World War II I ular participation in the Organized I the best current novels, and you worked out which will be painted IIKF. RYAN Sic

vttetans of all blanches of armed Reserve.On don't have to join the "Book-of- on the fuselage along with the Boston, Mass(

services. qualified technical civilians I request! the Director of the the-Month" Club to avail yourself name. "I think a fellow should wait until -
.
and USN enlisted men when local district Naval Reserve will lof this privilege, either So the ..- hes at least 24 ar.J the same i t

thty are d.scharged! at the expiration -! put personnel on the mailing\ list next time you see Miss Strassler. age for a girl, or maybe a year

of their t'nli tmE'ntll.a'al for periodic information of naval the librarian making the roundsof I younger; There are too many di-

'. veterans will! te, enlisted! in the interest and keep them informedof I the wards, please don't hesitateto I Commercial ,orces in this country now and

Reserve for inactive duly in the district Navy activities. Personnel ask her about the latest popular 'I : lots of them are traceable to early

rate held at time of discharge from at any recruiting station novels and sign out one. I Bulletin I I marriages when the kids got hitched -

Idldut .. may be consulted to keep up Navy I I ___ I II for the thrill of it or lecauseverybody

Each year new men will be en- contacts. As usual, there' have been a good ; FOR tAI.E else was doing it. If

s Killed and some members separated j I E_IIII"'U"_'__1 men. now on .I""th'.... .. e many familiar faces leaving the Hullrlin' will l>. rrplrd ..III .p.rr there are any children, divorce is

<1 in the turnover of personnelmictsary C luty may enroll in the V-6 class' }hospital area some bound for hue been flllril.I 11.; '525a I harder on them than the parents
to keep the enganization, : I for inactive Two officers khaki uniiorms, aim 31reasonable usually by the time you're 24
(>f the Naval Reserve }home, and whatever the civilian\ uwd condition Mr. CaIKMH ,
;:r within age brackets that will in- (luty and later upon applicationmay I future holds for them, and some I }:xt. SIX. you've been around a little and you
nuie physical fitness! for sea! duty ; J transfer to the Organized ReI I bound for other stations of duty. '41 Fold tudor deluxe I'HIKn.c'f.lI: (>nt II know what you're giving up and

f' in time of war. ''t serve or other classes of the Volunteer I But wherever they are, and whatever I condition 51.1111.: i \V. J. Kennedy, what's expected of you when you

Composed of about 13 officers I Reserve when units are' 4 they do, sometime or the other '38};xl.I-aSalle 372. club coupe' below ceiling say 'I do'."

and 200 enlisted men, the Organ- j formed locally. If a man enlistsin I 4 they'll remember the days spent price I-KK) 4024D Uewey 1'k. TOM MITCHELL, SIcChicago
the Naval Reserve, at the time' Ro>'al portable 1)'lot'w liter late model! Illinois
I at "Jax Naval, and more than condition !
"r both In fifeU
1 IO he is separated, he will not be required -''I one will have a longing to return. I with would cane past for new. $40. Don Dean.MiiR2c I "In ordinary circumstances, I
... L to to his local Biki. 610. Ext. 8272. would in the middle twentiesbut
report 8'lec.l.Anyway, to those of you who aieleaving : I II say -
Ihe Service board when he returns Two khaki blbuscs. new, sizes 37 and during the war fellows
nom-- may the future sound off Bancroft tennis racket and' many
2 3fc 1 new
titters } 10 -N home "All's Well" I 1 new; frame Lt. Ferguson. 1':x I. M24. aged before their times A guy who
t' Naval Aviation Reserve" --------- Simmons unfa-bed, folds out Into full I was only 19 when he entered the
;:;;;;;; 3 OFFICER Under the Naval Aviation Reserve I sire) 'It'dIld' rendition, wine color Navy, is a lot older at 21, after a
St.. =NAS.
Child
.... program, pilots may fly aircraft Musical Instrument R-.ello'l.hcnollrlll'h$,10. Arhrrait. 1411B combination. RCA- couple of years sot combat, than
-4 currently operating) in the Victor console model Lt Hi ay. Ext. the kid who stayed home Generally -

fleet and at Navy pay in the case I V)3 speaking, I believe in havIng -

t W of the Organized Reserve Flying Classes To Be Held 'Complete ins room nlshlnjm and kitchen for Including bfdioom looking JH- I II some fun before you settle \

P Q e II days: also will continue for aircrew- I I utensils' ll\c-r Bic kitchen' curtains I down-then you have no one to
DIY! men reservists, and ground personnel Here For I and honing board: Can be seen blfcme but yourself 1 if you do get t
-I II will be able to keep abreast of DependentsMusical I Any time $185. 1415B Child Rt.. NAS. I married and can't romp around till
I Officer dress' bluet I'17f'! 3': ), One bridge .
,
I the latest developments in postwar west size.) 40. Cull *523. way your buddies are doing "
( aviation.A instrument classes) for i I .
typical CV group will Include family members of officers and enlisted 11'ANTEURide

4I6 fighter, bomber and torpedo squadrons personnel are now being flora, lut k Main Streets to Stpa- Station PersonnelWill
formed. nation Center, houii -4i: (). Mil kin,
with 125 officers
approximately
I The classes be I Eat 1 will held t
:' and 65 enlisted billets in aviation a< regularly I Ride from Phoenix and last Itch St.
V ZOO ratings. scheduled! intervals in the I to-ttAS, hours K-4-30.: Kxt. 340.Enllvtrd Work SaturdayTo
Student Officers' Auditorium. The couple to Fhurt brick bungalow ,
ZS ENLISTED will carried
IlL The air : be
/ program\
'. tena ti\'e schedule follows: I del l tile: kitchen! garage mull- I II
out at the following aJr stations: able No children picric. 1MU Hamilton 1 Make Up For 5th
New Orleans, St. Louis, Minneapolis I MondayTimeInstrument I II I ; St. 1 block: below Park. Tel

Squar.tum, New York, Willow I Instructor Baby 2-4224.: play pen. }HII.lln, Ext. 471. I' Saturday will be a working day
25 Grove Pa.: Atlanta Memphis, Dallas 300-Ba Rhodes for civilian employees at NAS fend

Livermore, Calif.; Grosse He, 1400-Bass Rhodes FOR RENT nearly all employees will be sweating -

... Mich.; Olathe, Kan.; Glenview, 111; 5(10-B8SS Rhodes House to shale, with |>kale, l>f'drc>cm. at their Jobs instead of reveling

EI 64 Columbus Ohio; Anacostia, D. C.; I ,Tuesday no Slander children., Tel. 7-5H25.Mr, Browning 2!<:20 in the cool breezes at the beach or

r Norfolk, Jacksonville, Miami, Seattle 1300-Cornet .Anheir I relaxing in the shade'of a tree in

1,0 W 62Youngsters San Diego, and Hutchinson 1400-Cornet . . . Anheir MISCELLANEOUS the back yard at home
Kan. OO--Cjrnet: ; .Anht'lrl' Anne desiring a 6-wefkn old kitten I The reason for the short weekend -
Hangar 113. Helen Hornm -
Inquire Hi '
---- -- Wt'flnt'loCt8) I <'ll. There are 3 to give ."a)". I is the long one enjoyed over
Drivers Of Navy- Vehicles ( --Piano Know les Will trade '40 con\t-rllble m ipce. Kurd I the Fourth. A bill passed by Congress -

To Must Have Station PermitAll :, 14(+()-Piano Knowles j I with model new standard tires and coupe. c'ti.f' C'omilr.late I on 2 July made the fourdayweekend

serf.! : 1500Piano .% KnowlesThursday I Thompson Eat M26.. possible but containedthe
Tour StationThis operators of Navy vehicleswere Lout a light blue' inlncoiit left inchief's proviso that the tine be made
I cautioned this week liv Station I I cur who game 2 girls lift tootatlon up on Saturday, 13 July. .
Memorandum 24-46 to have in I 1300Plannet .Schermeihorn fiom Park St. At noon on July I
2. Pletine leluin to M/ inl< Afternoon their possession a U. S, Navy Vehicle : 1400 larintt . Schermerhorn
I ---------- July may also be excused troll
-Clarinet .Schermeihorn
Permit while : 1500-
Operator's operating
i work 13 July, It was understood -
on
Fifty youngsters from the Jacknoliville such vehicles The permits 130O Saxaphone .Schermerhorn CERTAIN RATINGS WILL individual basis if in
Jewish Center's summer are issued by the Safety Office in I 1400- -Saxaphone .. So hermer horn on an officers
of commanding
Building: O and apply to scooters, 15(10. -Saxa phone fiche rmerhorn REMAIN ON ACTIVE DUTY the opinion -
clay camp will enjoy a conducted \ absence! 'onlthal: datA, ti Justified -
I
forklifts, buda, and all other motor 1300 Trombone Saylor
tour of NAS this-afternoon. 'vehicles.I ]4( Trombone . .Saylor I All yeomen radiomen, radRr.I and specifically! aythorlreej.: In
They will visit the Aviation 1b Trombone !Paylor men SKD( ) SADs!, and rated these cases absenc ;:\ \ "J\lJl.wlJJ
I to t innual lkav'q'it hc4ued -
Fundamentals School and the Hobby Friday I men In the commissary, group of be charged ,
I' fthout *
Shop at NATTC, watch operations YMCA 1300Baritone . Martin I the Naval Reserve will be kept on or leave WHl' p 5.ji
personnel Ui
\ Martin active duty until the final 15 Naval > rVilian
I.< at the Boathouse, tour VSB Continue*! from Page One 140O( -Baritone percent '
and VO-VCS Squadrons, and view the drive, They will be held after 1500Baritone . . Martin of the reserves leaves for separation employees iJ1.tbHrYlnr'Sat.urday,
centers on 15 it ]13 July, as a;vuur'kktg, daytstt was '
a movie at the Student Officers' the personal solicitation) phase of 1300---French Horn Stanek I August, 'pit ,
'}.. Auditorium. the campaign Is completed. 1400French Horn Stanek was 'learned this week announced thWWeek._ J"r ,
.' here I Construction of the new "Y" will 1500French Horn Stanek I The hold-over' orders were contained -4J 'before
", Climaxing their visit the SheI '"* 'dark'spob;:
in dispatch to all ptationa!
a
:. :' boys will be shown through AARwnl provide facilities vhich are badly For more) detailed\ information eyes. ,:o\ ';>1' + '..eEns. ..
I 5 the girls inspect the 'needed In' a city the size of Jack interested) persons should contact in the Naval Air Advanced Train- my .: tig to
I Rear Admiral .;
Command from
atext
Oclen McMillan ing
will of Chief Musician
WAVES' barracks and recreational sonville. Navy men course. in and
; area. j be welcome) to ue its facilities: 8272. Ralph E. Davison. park

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HERE AND THERE ; RPIUSE NT S j

'\
? Perhaps you've heard about the 1
t ti'k scandal in the Garden of Eden

I when Eve was AWOL absent

o.' e > 1 ']t I I' without leaf.R RYes \ \\f

she's beautiful, and I like 1
those Biblical gowns she wears. j

What are Biblical gowns ? I I
-
r I The low and behold kind. -
.

I A fox is the fellow who finally MAINSID AUDITORIUMI'll
gets what the wolf went after
R UnSIA Y ..{
Next to a beautiful girl, sleep is "SHADOW OF A DOUBT," Joseph Cotton. Shows at 1730-200O.< j
the most beautiful thing in the FRIDAY }
I world. DANCE-Station Band. Starts at 2030. "
R R R R SATURDAY> SUNDAY

Old Maid's Last Wish- "THE RENEGADE"-Evelyn Keyes. Shows at 113017302000. \

"Don't put 'Miss' on 'my tomb MONDAY i
stone, because haven't missed as TILL THE END OF TIME"D.. McGuire Shows at 1730-2000..
much a.i you think I have." TJt slY AND WKDNKSDAY'
"NIGHT. AND DAY"-Cary Grant. Shows >at 1730-2000. '.

"And there, son, you have the '
story of your dad and the ,Great STUDENT OFFICERS 1
Y "
War

"Yes, Daddy, but why did they THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 1
need all the other sailors: "OF HUMAN BONDAGE"-Paul Henreid. Show 2000 only. '
R R R R SATURDAY J 4

L "Well," remarked a married "NAUGHTY MARETTA"--.Jeanette McDonald, Show 2000 enljr. ;3
1 man, after examining his friend'sI SUNDAY
I I new flat, "I wish I could affoid a "FAITHFUL IN MY FASHION"--Tom Drake Show 2000 only. ;
place like this." MONDAY AND TUESDAY' 4

"Yes," said his friend, "you mar- 'THE RENEGADE"--Evelyn Keyes. Show 2000 only. 1 11'EINHSIY
I tied men may have better halves, \ ;
I I but we bachelors usually have bet- TILL THE END OF TIME" D. McGuire Show 2000 only.OTHER 1'\
ter quarters."
f EVENTS

I Etchings are fetching, but liquor .

Is quicker. I B.\S.n.-\Ur-Today, 11 July, NAS Fliers vs. Memphis NATTC,
R I Mason Field at 1615.

When five foot seven Inch, Joan Fulton left Broadway, no one Permanent Wave-A gal who : Friday and Saturday, 12 and 13 July NAS Fliers vs. Jax) NATTC
was more dubious of her future" than Joan herself However, Unl- signed over until September. on NATTC diamond at 1615.
rental' bosses weren't dubious when they "signed her to a long term / .* .* I| .TIC GEAIt-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
contract and gave her an Important role ((11 "The Runaround," which S2c: "The MA just hung him Mustin Road 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, t<>i'"-
collar Rod Cameron and Ella Raines. Joan spends her free lime self," side Bldg. 726, 0800-1700 on work days.

attending the Actor's Lab, a dramatic school combed, of movie\ iu- Sic: "Did you cut him down ?" MODEL AlRl'LAXK SHOP-Rear of Bldg. 39, open 120<)-2400 ,
genues, and posing for bathing; beauty pictures. S2c: "No, he Isn't dead yet." I daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays. J'J'I I

1 nO'UNSix alleys located Mainslde Recreation Building i iNo.3.

: The young mother ofs triplets Alleys open from 1100-1400 and 16UO-2100: Mondays through
Sic: "I see by the paper that of the sailor\ and flung eye daggers was being congratulated by a (I 1 Fridays: 1700-2100 Saturdays and Sundays. .

nine ensigns'and one sailor were at him. friend "Isn't it wonderful!" she ; BOXING For information: regarding workouts contact Lieut. j jI
"
hurt' In a train wreck." 'I "Who?" she cried angrily, "said said, "and to think it happens only I| Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after /
_?lc: "Poor guy. in times" "Well isn't 1500. .
you could do that to me?" once 15,375: j
: that too remarkable," said her 'j MAINSIDK LOlTN< Formerly the Reception Center, located in
t The lovely young thing yanked I "Everybody on the ship replied friend. "But I just can't see when 1 the South wing of Building No. 95;), is open to NAS personnel and ,i

her lovely.self out of the clutches the sailor." you have time to do your housework I' their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding recep:1

-- -- ." I tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho- ,.,
r R available of all
nograph for use hands.
Bob Cronk's Crossword Puzzler
Today's Short Story Women 1.llUt.\RY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-
bathers are just wearing enoughto ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
0 cover where they should get from OSOO to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 21t)0.I .

tanned for ..wearing so. little I I' SWIMMING! Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming/ ,
U 13 14 15 < I 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, Mon.-Frl. 000-190'' Sat. 1000-1900 .
,
Mrs. Green had just employeda Sun. 1200-1900.
--- - Negro cook with the understanding
GOLF Course open from 1000 to 20$0: Monday through Saturday,
16 that she was not married. Next and OSOO to 20:>0 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Colt
I morning the cook arrived with four House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
13 wzo zprp22 I little darkies trailing after her | -\NCIIOIt.-\Gt-Open: daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

"But I thought you said you Were cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2Nf: ), Located south of Mason .1.1i
not married," exclaimed Mrs. Field.

112324 Green. I 'l'I'SSS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training -

25 26 27 28 29 30 I been"Ah neglected ain't ma'am either, but" Ah ain't I Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and .
I Yorktown Roads I.
.
,
I _
-- -
J.lJd 33 34 35 Pipe cleaner a hairpin .with Then there's the one about the

long underwear I dirty window I II i New J
39 40 Arab-a guy who gets out of Oh, well, you wouldn't see
bed and takes the sheet with him. I through It anyway. I (.'sill tiltlt..1 from Tage OHM J
A motorist who was picked run
up | consecutively through all
col:1::1
l 4 45 4 47
4' 43 unconscious after a smash, opened | Our sailors define a wolf as a > 01'8. No longer does each group r

his eyes as he was being car- :, modern dry cleaner-"He woiks I I officer, enlisted, and civilian) begin 1
48 49 50 51 52 ried into a nearby filling station. I' fast and leaves no ring." with the numeral 1. Officers'
He began to kick and struggle and .. I tags have a white background with !

53 54 55 tried desperately to get away. iI j Wilber sez--Indian girl have blue numerals, enlisted: tags havea
I When he was afterwards asked the plenty fun with beau and error yellow background with black
reason, he explained that the first *
numerals, chief officers' ,
60 61 62 63 64 petty tags"
56 57 58 59 thing he saw was a SHELL sign 1 Mother (putting junior to bed) : have a distinguishing letter "C" ,

I land some damphool was standing' Sh-hhh, the: sandman is coming just before the numerals, and civilian -
65 in front of ,the "S." 11 Junior: Fifty cents and I won't tags are blue with white
tell Daddy. numerals.
67 68 69 70 As the bull-dog said when he I J !
sat down on the He has two sons: One is a chiefin "I'm thirsty."

1 71 72 73 "Ruff!" sand-paper-I the much Navy either and the other doesn'tdo I "I'll get you some water
"I said not "
I thirsty, duty!
-- lit the spring a young man's fan- R R I _
cy turns from one dame thing aft So you'ate some uranium. Twa-
At KO.s 56-a diagonal line W-lively 52-scuirhed: a raw and blurry night
another. ,
er I've atomic
Yes and
I.- fir: of stitching uc- I ]) combining I ("//11 -lIhJIII rl.u" act ', now got at th poetically I in<>lfntvl Marina
5-A weight loss a fabric denoting gland :!,r'-high mount"'n' ache. I rge.ant tucked the blanket! tenderly
window, com59 frame to hold make a hole I The husband who knows where R
i : 11-rub out ti.i: : about the prettyVav.., In i
( slued
l,1'I01'nl.. a canvas uprKht12ut his wife keeps her nickels has The Leading Chief carefully ;
rdom (1'0116l01ake: lace T2-klnd or snake ::5-lo fly alone I I' the automobile eat lxlde him.
I, toll 6i>-a month 14-hurrM .afoot ua-sttil ory nothing on the husband who knows placed a chisel against the rusted ".\h," he vfferwl, "Winter draw ,
, 1.1--ihrintmi weapon titt-clothing: .'15-a wreath ; -ti. minister to ( where the malJ'a qua tiers are' bolt. He then looked at the AMM ;I" (
l'>- I1IIII.r( 87-a simol to hold 17-ampere t lab) jIo kill RAnd le and said. "When nod my head, OH
1 K>- tate of being so win* silk The.. Wave drew
44-consumed' 69likei.Sl.tmphreys I then there away hastily. :
88 was the little hit it.
: iilwoiH -beloved ( p1)) you
. Intoxicated 70-Kill's. name -4t! -poem| pirllruliir of surf extent see- I Polar 1 Bear who said after sitting They're burying the chief to- "s, what, the snapped, "1" that;
i 1H--d female serTl-the root of the ; 4t -,puffuit up 81-hearing orpins ''on the Ice: "My tale is told." i morrow. | any of your hu"ine!**!" ''
vans taro I .:- __ __ -- .. ._ ._ .. ._,
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*tretched tight 72--beast of burden -- 1

I'I'1't-a surface form-73 whirlpoolHhJAt 1>OH N Shift to Reverse .
Inn H flee of an 1-a brood of STALEMATE By Jiru Green wood, IMl2c : :
-Ilka young A .
L H-graitlve: 2-ancient king-
>' 'ft-MslerUk door of south-
f ''ft-kind of sn ik$ Wl.'sl'rnrtibl ' 194 C AS Yt SPi ED'YPiCxu' '" '
which" crushes 3-help Srloorw 8Lousy
I. Us prey! 4-a t> pe of nioM- ISO l, IINGS- P- / II
:lf!>-rae Ing t
" !W l 5 X .
>y -woody plant
H.i-suff i*.-Sun (,,>,il 7-quick downHH .
0 '
-hilf. prefix\ ward motions $ ai 0
:il'l-a.iy of the head, s
4 41-kln>1 of cheese questioning 1es
:
4 -child for fatherl*-require .
>? 4t-kind of flower It--sea eagle i ia. ,, ,. '' j
5. y : .
r j 47"' Shore Patrol 11-performs ..wet1 1
f, (/ill I ) ll-kln<1 of bird a _
, 4H,-.encounter ;i )-mld' day ., iei r + --'L.
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no IIfeI'vlt 2'.l-skill
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Main Rhode.v \ > f.
51 -measured quan-24'mineral rock \
tlty of nlf'dh'lnE'rwalf'r vapor d CX Sto. Supply OtWL I .
5'J.-ililort for Kd-:! :-Mane whispers is t'. Dona Ldson, right to left, for thfc
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: SEditorial Motorist Gets BreakBy ARMED FORCES PREFERENCES
'
J1J U ,
!
the application of wartime techniques;, / HIGH SCHOOL: SENIORS
Automotive Engineers
Office the Society of com
Office ot Public Information* Room 221 posed of 24 engineering executives, will be ACCORDING TO I'

Administration Annex, Bid*. 054 able to reap a full harvest of benefits for SCHOLASTIC. MAGAZINE POLL I

Telephone Extension: 8542 automotive production. Greatest benefactorwill j Ij

Arthur M. Greene, Editor be the average motorist, and his workaday \

Frank Tcurt. Sic. Sport Editor problems will be the main concerns of I
Art Editor fLI :
Bob Jones YSe. board. "
Tb JAX AIR NEWS u published weekly at the U. S. this strictly advisory I i
Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida by the Office oj! The only problem thus far not solved by
and 1 1compliance In
Public Information at no expense to the government 1H! board is that of the back-seat driver
with Secnav Circular Letter 45-S26. 28 May the ,, 4.
Copies are distributed tree of charge Tralninc at the Center Naval, AH the against whom even wartime techniques are
Air technical
Station, the Naval
Headquarter of the Naval Air Operational Training the :-Command :8'alAIr of little use.Amputees. ..
Field
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil ..
Gunners' School the U. & Naval HOllpJtal.Real' flft;
Admiral Ralph E. Dnvleon
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training Show SkillsIn

Brady, 4>SN Commanding
Captain Jacksonville Naval Air Station a demonstration staged before 300 I I ?
-
Captain Ford N. Taylor. USN Commanding manufacturers of :Michigan and Illinois, arm-
Naval Air Technical Training I Center less and legless servicemen showed conclu- I

Captain. Robert M. Gillett (MC). USN, Commanding sive proof to manufacturers that they can 38 % l 18 cro 16% l 12% 11% 5%

U. S. Naval Hospital take their place in industry if properly
Navy' Gets Preference Over Other
.* Captain Maurice isonnnellSeparatsion. Commanding placed. An armless man drove a jeep, a one-

: Naval Center armed man operated a typewriter, a leglessman Services In High School Poll

14. Col. Alexander A. [rift. Jr., USMC, Commanding roller)) skated and a man with but one
s M ari.e Barracli arm and one leg rode a motorcycle. I (SEA-More than half the nation's high school senior boys would
enlist in the Navy if they joined any branch of the armed forces, results -
Captain, R. K.riGunners SchoolmandingCommander Similarly handicapped men operated ma-
Naval of a recent poll by Scholastic Magazine's Institute of Student
chines, and worked on radio electronics, deli- Opinion indicated. Of the 56 percent who rated the Navy their first
USN CommandingNaval
Auxiliary Howard E.Air Born Station Cecil Field cate floral designs, auto mechanics, plastics, choice, 18 percent would prefer to be in the Navy Air Force.The .

USMCR carpentry, ceramics and printing to show industrialists Navy .was named:. ahead. of all other branches of the mice
Albert Williams :
Capt. on the following considerations
Marine Aviation Detachment I the practicability of employing living as well as possible while in tages as well as an interest in 'mot

'Tb MX AIR NEWS receive Ship' Editorial Association withoutpermission ma them in ordinary jobs.BLUEJACKET the service, having an adventurous aviation influenced the students .

terial. Republication of SEA Washington of credited 25 matter L). C. Republication prohibited of any service career, and learning some- favoring the Navy Air Force. The
publications, U prohibited thing while in the armed forces.
service
other matter, except by fleet air arm was picked over the
AIR NEWS. Educational and advan-
without permliiion of Editor. JAX FISHING ONLY training
AAF which was the choice of 16 1
Patients at the Philadelphia Naval Hospital percent of those polled because the
Lectures For OfficersAn I boys felt that living conditionswere
"fishing hole
have their own private I BOOK SHELFIf I
I better in Navy aviation out-
for the State Fish Commission has stockedthe
training syllabus -
the ground
addition to
from fits.The
League Island Park pond across
Army, not Including theAAF
for somethingto
should you are looking
for student officers which prove the hospital with 2,000 bluegills, sunfish, and take your mind off the weather was preferred by 12 percent
extremely valuable is the lecture series recently catfish. why not try one of the new books and the Marine Corps was favoredby

inaugurated.At The pond is for the exclusive use of re- added to the Station Library *col- 11 percent.
lection this past week. Here are Fifty-three percent of the students -
frequent intervals, prominent educa- cuperating patients, with the Navy furnish- a few samples: with relatives in the Navy

tors men who are experts in their respective ing necessary equipment. MAN-EATERS OF KUMAON is selected the sea service, while only
,
the story of Jim Corbett's experi- 16 percent of boys with relativesin
fields, address the young: officers on topics ences with man-eating tigers. the Army chose that bianch.

which are of vital importance to the world i SCOTCH IS SCOTCH When villages in the hills of the Of those with relatives in the
Himalayas of northern India were Navy Air Force, 41 per cent favored
and the progress of mankind. The speakersare Scotch is Scotch whether it's made in the terrified by these tigers, district the fleet air arm. Thirty

men noted not only for their accomplishments U. S. or Scotland was the decision of 10 of- officers often called in Jim Cor- percent of those related to AAF

and their degrees, but for the ficial whisky tasters. They sampled four bett noted hunter and sportsman, personnel preferred the AAF.
to deliver them from the dreaded ...
interesting and understandable way in which brands of imported Scotch and two brandsof man-eaters. These are true sto- "-

they present their material. domestic Scotch, but couldn't tell the dif- ries of his hunts which all sports- ProminentContinued j

iVerence. men will enjoy and which are ex-
crammed full of
With their working day from Page One
citing enough to make people more
conducted the Illinois
Navy training, little opportunity was of- The tests were by I than satisfied to do their biggamehunting htical democracy. His lecture, to
fered the officers in the past to fully com- State Liquor Commission to prove that from the old armchair. be given at the same hour and

prehend the events transpiring so rap- Scotch whisky is all the same no matter The new Book-oMhe-Month Is place as Dr. Melcher's, has been
many Cultural where it's made. As a result, Illinois will BRITANNIA MEWS by Margery delivered to many student groups
idly in our modern world. subjectsand laws distillers to Sharp. This is the slory of Ade- and has proved extremely popular.In .
relax its label requiring
their study simply were crowded out. laide who was born in 1865 and general, Dr. Carleton will
Now skilled lecturers can accomplish in an brand American Scotch as "Scotch Type" or survived the London bombings of analyze the meaning of political

hour what would take weeks and weeks of "Imitation Scotch" whisky. 1944. About all Adelaide has in democracy and its relation to civil
with Miss Sharp's other
common liberties and representative
pouring over books and magazines, or perhaps heroines, Julia, in THE NUTMEG ernment, and then take up gov-the

months of college study. And differ- TREE, and Cluny Brown, are her forces behind Its rise, its present
ence of opinion will stimulate further thoughtand brains and a firm hand on her own position, and the attitudes of the
Y destiny. This is hot a light com- fascists, communists, and socialists
study. edy, as her other two novels are, I toward it.

Even more deserving of an orchid is the but a sympathetic, richly-varied Both lectures are open to all

one who thought of the idea of making the News oncLVieuusBY rnrnst iboh account not only of an exceptionalwoman I hands and their guests and a special
who desired but of an English familyover section of
lectures available to all personnel three-quarters of a century.If the auditorium is
being reserved for them.
to attend. Student Officers' Audi- you like an element of sus-
torium has ample room, and seats will very I pense in your reading, THE UN- During the that coming weeks it is
FORSEEN by Dorothy Maqardle is expected many other out.
interested in ;
likely be available for anyone
recommended. In THE UNINVITED standing and well-known authorities -
hearing any or all of the lectures. W. R. STEVENSONIn by the same author, the eeriness -- will come to NAS under the.

Those finding themselves free on the answering the question, what does it was caused by ghosts; here it lecture auspices series.of the The student fleers'
subjects will
night of a lecture should drop in at the Audi- mean to be religious, the first thing to be ine is the to uncanny see into gift the future.of the hero-The be varied and of broad scope so

torium. The evening should prove profitableas emphasized is that religious living is more power is terrifying to her, and as to furnish a wide general b8eke

well as entertaining.: than merely avoiding common vices, or so- when she foresees danger to her ground to the of current world
called vices. I remember hearing a man daughter she almost wrecks the young officers.
"re- girl's life. This one will hold your
'> one time describe another person as a interest to the last page. New York (SEA)-Fined |2 for
Plenty To Do ligious" man because he did not drink or Mr. Arthur Peabody, a prosaic allowing his Pomeranian dog,

swear or "chase" women. Someone once shoe manufacturer of Boston, while Bambi, to frisk unmuzzled through
With all Reserves scheduled to be sepa- said, before the war, that Hitler must be a wintering on a British West In- Central Park Victor Moore, the
rated by 20 August, except those who have pretty good man because he did not drinkor dian island, goes fishing and catches radio and stage comedian, pro- I
executed to remain active a mermaid. While literal minded posed that squirrels, which an
agreements on smoke. All that is a common mistake, people will think the story ex- comparable, be muzzled, too.
duty, the Navy will soon be over the recon- thinking that because a man refrains froma tremely silly, most readers will find I .

version hump.In certain vice, he is thereby a religious man. PEABODY'S MERMAID by Guy

the month that intervenes, much work Nothing is farther from the truth. and Constance Jones a most pleas- in
ant and diverting tale. The pub- n Srrpicps.At
must be done throughout the Navy and
Religion is something positive. It is the lisher warns, however, that "if
there will be less and less personnel to do it. It does cannot
result of a positive accomplishment. you bring yourself to be- the Station ('hap.". Birmingham
Despite all the dislocations, and the fast per- not mean not being bad ; it means being good lieve in the existence of a beautiful Read and Mmtm Avenue

sonnel turnover caused by demobilization, and doing good. It comes asa result of aperson's book and is not irresistible for mermaid" this. Protestant
the must continue its assigned tasks. you. 7>0-Holy Communion Chrilan!
Navy quality of liv
possessing a positive GOLDEN EARRINGS by Yolanda D. C. Gilbert. ,I
The only answer to the problem is the ing. Here is a good description of a truly Foldes is "a gay love story, delightful 0930-NATTC Service-Chi,plain! B. C. "

conscientious application of every Navy man religious person, paraphrased from a familiar and just a little wicked, Gilbert. 0.i
about I0 5-Divine Service ,
colonel Chaplain
a and a gypsy. C. )I.
and woman to his or her particular job. New Testament passage : A truly religious -- huddle 't

Where formerly there were a dozen sailors person "is very patient, very kind .*. knowsno Answer To TodaY'S-I' .;; e- 1815-Hour The-Small Young Chapel People's Weeper I :

and WAVES, now only a handful may be left jealousy. makes no parade, gives him- T Divine Services for Colored! Pcrtcnael: I if

to carry on. And in nearly all cases, no re- self no airs, is never rude, never selfish, Building sec (
placements will be forthcoming. never irritated, never resentful; never ABSE CRRoRu SE 1430-Chaplain B. C. Gilbert.CHholie }r

Is when others wrong, (but) is glad- r Nag '
Admittedly difficult to get along glad go 1 r a 0700-Man. :
when the same amount of work must be dened by goodness; always slow to expose, S 0 NO N 0900 1100--Mam.MUM. I

shouldered by a smaller group of people. always eager to believe the best, always T aq; RAOA ,

But when there just isn't any other way out, hopeful, always patient." E EE 1100-.Sunday thrhtia) Small Science Chapel Seril.

it has to be done. Eventually, when things Furthermore, to be a truly religious per- N AT Aa Outdoor Nursery for tmnll children .I(

get settled permanently, the pressure will son does not mean that a man must be per- N D L r rpro and 1200.Werkday l. .maintained between: 01)00)

lighten. It just means pitching in now fect. That is impossible for infinite human Rfligloui Services

while the going is a bit rough. Training beings. But religious living means growth Jenith Pcllownhip K.ligiou. Hervlre Hoar and

must continue, and the Navy must remain -"ffte 'Eteij in grace" as an old phrase puts 1800-Friday In the SDI I Chnpel. ,

ready at all times for any emergency which '*ize of ja'k-'n courage, in good will, in seren- O E EE EWA Latter Day Salnti Service I
men will t If ff'U'Pt' I 1.....,..Q to the of God 190o-Wf>Chlf'lday-Jutaal Meeting in i
might arise. presence Small Cbapol.I .
..te to ue i j to fat ilttie'e. e'xt. A2'l ;
Let's prove it can be done. .
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GREAT PAINS IIAVE BEEN TAKEN by the Industrial Relations Departmentto election committee, but absent when the picture Oas taken, are Thomas J. Damato,
insure a fair and free election of Shop Committeemen on 5 August. Each major Frank P. Dupont, C. E. McPherson, Lois M. Collins, William T. Pyburn, and Wade O.
department head has selected a naval officer and civilian employees to serve as elec- Letts. ((2)) Supply election supervisors-Top row: Claud L. England stock control;
tion supervisors in their respective activities to handle all pre-election details and to Lt. Mahlen G. Saladin, assistant to the Supply Officer; Irvin E. Tate, Inventory.
oversee the actual balloting. Below are pictured the five groups of supervisors who Bottom row: R. B. Parramore, accounting; Virginia B. Shaw, receiving; George W.
are devoting their time and energies so that civilian employees at NAS will get com- Monroe, carpenter shop; and George C. Anderson, packing division. Clyde E. Whita-
petent representatives to speak for them. ((1) Assembly and Repair election super- ker, Cecil Edwards and Marvin Halpin were not available when the photo was snapped.
visors, standing: Lt. Wayland Triplett; H. M. Rockwood, shop 165; Rea E. Altwater, (3)) Miscellaneous group election supervisors-Billy F. Williams, central office; Lt.
shop 713; Fred L. Roberts, shop 1346; Frank D. Warren, shop 1216; Ardel L. Lee, Emma A. Duckstein and Michael Cascone, Industrial Relations. (4) Public Works
chop 1485; James A. Morris, Inspector and Mildred E. Golden, shop 203. Kneeling: supervisors-Comdr. Russell E. Ford Sammie Whittington, power plant; George D.
John R. Wilson, shop 1017; Lewis G. Hall, 1339; Robert A. Scott, Emergency Repair; Faircloth, maintenance; and F. R. McCully, design; Arthur W. Wilds, not pictured
Thomas P. Roberts Plant Division; Wynelle McKibben, shop 304A; Joel'L. Stephens, here, is also a member (5) Inspection supervisorsLt.. (jg) Leonard. McAlister,
shop_607;_William C. Vaughn, shop 712; and Leroy Thompson, shop 712.:,Also on the Sara E. Verner and James A. Morris.
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Design Division is happy to have >
Ens. William Elmore back after
several weeks in the hospital as the .
Ky (CLARA. SI'EEK I I result of an automobile wreck. .. .
I Understand the Design Supt., ,
With the reduction of personnel
Comdr. Clarridge, has been locking -
having been regretfully made by a little worried lately over the '
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the Supply Department, the ac- possibility of losing his secretary, #
companying cartoon by Marion Juanita Wise. She came back from ; 3 t
Fulcher, Inventory Division, entitled her vacation a week early; she is .
"A Gift Horse," is appropriate. saving her leave because she expects -
a certain young fellow from
Lola Lyons (Inspection Report) Baltimore to visit her in the near
Is taking her vacation visiting New, future, and general opinion around
York and Washington. She will Design seems to be that she just I
MIGHT go back with him as Mrs.
Whatever His Name Is.

F. McCully (Design) has returned -
r from a month's vacation at
the beach with a suntan any girl

Nt would him envy., though.(Looks) pretty goodon ?t i1 31 i ,

J,, Mrs. Rachel Tarana (Maintenance e
) is soon to visit her home in c J
I Jasper, Florida, where a reception
t Is planned for her in honor of her
recent marriage.
Maintenance welcomes two new
men (transfers from Supply), Ar-
f chie C. Smith and William C. Wild.
AOePUVe MT101S OOVf lINM EN1
Ethel Huffman is with Maintenance -
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now, too. She says that Pub-
I lic Works will have to create a new
.a 1::, section if they ever expect to I
transfer her again to a new section -
return to work July 18th. .
all
She's worked: with them
I; The two-week polio quarantine during her four )'ears on the sta- i
Georgia Imposed against Florida tion.
caused Mary Helen Murphy (Receiving x 3 u -r, ?
..... ) no anxiety when planning Transportation reports that, like :
the rest of the Department, most'
her trip to Georgia. She remarked
of the division enjoyed a long (repeat ,
about her beloved, "Just so Buddy
long, not lost) week-end from
how
Is there, it Won't matter long
they quarantine me!" Sally Wednesday afternoon to Monday j
Mollenhauer resigned June 28th, to ---- ----- I j.J
the regret of Personnel, and will 'June 27th at a weiner roast at the .J
soon take a trip up North with her Beach in honor of Irma Johnson, j
husband. Winnie Win' Mildred Jones and Frances Chan
(Stock Control) enjoyed the dler. 'About 30 people were present I
Fourth of July week-end visiting By the time the fire was merrily
\ in Tampa. Flora Funken- blazing on the sand and all the
i ANOTHER GROUP OF A & It received checks last week from captain Biting
stein (Sales) spent her holidays at food was spread buffet-style along employees
\ the Beach. Edith Mattox the bulkhead, the clouds became I Rhodes for their Beneficial Suggestions proving a gain that ideas pay off Pictured abovftf July
.. (Purchase) went to the Beach over ominously dark. Most of the par- right, as they display their checks are L. A. Osbor ne, shop 607; B. F. Griffin, engine oveihrt- Cham-
II' the Fourth week-end. FollowUp ty were toasting their second; weiner I- i Ackerly, shop 1384; Charles Williams, accessories; James Dawkins, shop 1485; Robert L.>:American
! Section was glad to have when all cooking parapher- series; Joseph King, shop 1351; Herbert C. Warde, shop 1346; Granville Martin,' sh Virginia Shaw back at work aftera nalia and food stuffs had to be hastily Waldron, shop 748; and Captain Rhodes. f l i. attached
week's vacation.The gathered up and a dash made Below-Captain Harold C. Stoa, Supply Officer, is presenting checks to Luther F. Pupated in the
Purchase Group entertained for the CaT,. Moccia and Frank P. Donaldson, right to left, for their suggestions which went '1.e.



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MOVIE SCHEDULE about Seamanship. This base in J

NATTCShows unique in its maintenance of A _
Seaman's School through which all
at I4IX. 17X0 and 3 111U1CSI)AY-DEADLINE FOR MURDER with Kent Taylor and Seaman rates not qualified other-
Paul Kelly. wise by reason of graduation from
i. HUIIVY AM" SATURDAY THE GREEN YEARS. starring one of the schools must pass for
Charles Coburn and Tom Drake. advancement in rating. The purpose -
NATTC of this school is to' turn out
i UM>AY-THE SEARCHING WIND, with Robert Young and to general'detail men who will, on .
Ann Richards going to sea, be actually qualifiedfor \
MOND.tY AM I TUKMYOF: HUMAN BONDAGE, starring the duties they may expect to
Paul: Henreid and Eleanor Parker. be assigned
[ WEDNKsD.\ CAT CREEPS, with Lois Collier and Fred Men are apt to forget, in attending
:Brady and working at the vari..
THURSDAY FAITHFUL IN MY FASHION starring Donna
ous schools operated on the base,
Read and Tom Drake Telephone Center At NATTC learning; to be electricians, or ord-
nancemen or Instrument technicians .
YELLOW \VATER' I I Makes Calling Home Easy that Seamanship is. and al
ways will be. the basic skill of the
TllmC IUY -NO SHOW
Homesick Sailor! Why should -- Navy. The true definition of the
FRIDAY AM" ) SATURDAY THREE WISE FOOLS, starring '
you be Because you're far from the well known phrase "Reversethe seaman is the man who knows
Margaret O-Brien and Lionel Barrymore. I home This is the Twentieth Century charges, please", or "Collect". I and understands the ways of the
UMJ" AY DEADLINE FOR MURDER, with Kent Taylor and I
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I the Modern Age. Why all you If a cash payment is preferred sea If it were not for this special
Paul Kellv there are night rates from 1800 to qualification a man might well
YEARS have to do is pick up a telephone ; as _.
THE GREEN starring
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give your hometown number to the 0130 and all day Sunday. These be in the Army, or working for ...
...._../ Charles Coburn" and Tom Drake. Robert operator and in a jiffy you'll be facilities should be ideal for those I Ian airline, or in any civilian occupation ,.
WEDNESDAY THE SEARCHING WIND with Young who do not rate liberty during the For the
conversing with Mom, Dad and Sis I many who are
and Ann Richards. week. I occupied in the technical .
-and even your best girl. The tasks required
TIIt1RSl.AYNO SHOW.THINGS best part of it all, especially for Familiar to all who patronizethis by the upkeep of the vast t .
DO-ABOARD you A F students, you don't have serviceable spot are: Mr. L. !, amount of technical material
TO to go into town to make that Long M Plummer, Camp :Mgr.; R, H. found in the Navy today, seamun-
HOBBY SHOr Monday through Friday 1700-2130, Saturday Distance call There are facilities Poe, Sr. Supervisor; E, Williams, I ship in its broad sense is hardly
1300.2130. New location in Bldg. 414, Wing No 1. Instructors on duty here at NATTC for your conven Chief Operator; M, I. Touchton G : possible. But it should certainly
for leather" chaft model airplanes, and plexiglass ience. Morrow, D. R. Gunning, G. E. AI. extend through the fields of taking .
BEER ALL- Open nightly 1730-2130 Outdoor and inside areas. The Telephone Center situatedin joe, )f. Jones, M, Wells Attendants : care of himself aboard ship,
Sandwiches and snacks available. I Bldg. 515 in NATTC was in- knowing the routines, the" special
Ofr KOOM In auditorium open daily, stalled in July 1943 by the Southern I I I dangers and a familiarity with
ping pong and pool and lounge available Telephone and Telegraph Co. the common terms used by seamen -
BOWLIM. Six alleys behind Ship's Servfce available to all for the convenience of officers and The Fleet's Inn For those that may go to
personnel Monday through Saturday, 1700-2130 Free bowling if you enlisted personnel of bOth NATTCand I General Detail at sea the Seamanship
set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys NAS It consists of nine direct I school has well proved ita
MODEL AIRPLANE CLUBNATTC Air dales) Meets Saturday. lines to the Long Distance Boardin Is NameSelected worth. It has enabled them to
morning at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg. Jax and nine Local lines, This hold their own and advance with
BALLROOM DANCE CIAsx: Every Monday and Wednesday at direct contact eliminates waste of others that have spent more actual
the Hostess House. Beginners class 19<)) to 2000., Advanced class, time that results from complicated For Beer GardenGlenn time at sea. We hope it will continue
2000 to 2100. connections Attendants are on ; to d> so in the future.. #
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No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between duty from 080"" to 2200 who are -- ---- -

these hours. always ready and willing to obligeone A. Whiting, Y3{'. from I I Baltimore (SEA, -- Maybe
SWIMMING-Pool No. 1-Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Officers and all. To make it easier Enlisted Records, Separation Cen- they're born acrobats, for comma
Couples, Family Groups-Children must be accompanied by par- there Is a complete list of Telephone ter, submitted the winning name I| Keith Stever 3. and John Flem-
ents Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. Directories of Out-of-Town The Fleet's Inn, to name the new 1 ing, l'is, fell 30 feet from the
Pool No. 2-For Male Personnel only-Enlisted and Officers. Monday numbers available to all. The at- ''NATTC Beer Garden and win a second deck of their home but
through Friday. 0900 to 1100, 1200 to 1400 1500 to 1600 and 1700 mosphere of the center is always 1 $10 merchandise chit from Ship's escaped with a few scratches
to 2100( Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. pleasant Besides the courteous at- Service I I
<'OLF-Statlon Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all personnel tendants, there are magazines of From among about 300 entries Brut'kton, l.a. (SoA---Mrs. John
Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Auditorium the latest issues placed in convenient 'Meta Stroman, Y2c, John Bray, I Keip recently gave birth to her
: Monday through Saturday-1000-1700; Sunday-1030 to 1700. spots to make time bearable Sic, and Preston Birkhead, Cox, I 20th! child, making her "champion
MU* K'-Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, And if it may please the impatient judges, finally selected the winningname mother" of the Pennsylvania hard-
contu f Randals at Barracks 13. stationery ink and other facilities and it has been approved by I coal district.
TENMs" -Racquets and balls: available at Physical Training Bldg, are furnished by the Telephone Captain Ford N Taylor. I -
513. Company. I I Honorable mention was given 1 showing thf1 t coming in and
IIOVTKsS IIOUhE Open daily 1500 to 2100 Saturday and Sunday The approximate number of calls Foam Harbor, submitted by Paul I at anchor in a harbor. It may ba
llo) to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests put through during the month is: J. Stewart, Y3c, Dilbert's Dive, \.... possible to have models of the famous -
NATTC LIBRARY-Located in Auditorium Open :Monday through 3.000, averaging from 5 minutes to Branston S2c AF22, The Snort- ships about the walls:
Friday-0930 to 2100: Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100. an hour and 45 minutes Port J. F. Lipari, Sic. The Scut- I I I The orchestra which has proved
ATIILKT10 GKAK.-Available at Gear Locker Physical Training Of course many are the times tlebut. Dr. J. E. Neighbor and very popular, made up of Aviation
Department[ Bldg. 513. that a seaman duce finds himself Club 1700. E. R Lammey, AMMlc. Fundamental Students has a new
O""l'n'I.LGames in the Intramural Softball League are played rather short of funds, but that Decorations have already been name, too It is now the NATT
every week-day night beginning at 1700.We'v shouldn't stop him. There's always suggested with a large mural Cats
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A three day boxing tournament
is in the wind for July 22. 23 and I'
24 So start that training! :
TTCen't In answer to many queries concerning -
": I recommending certain pictures y. ;
: I for children. We have given I
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this matter much intensified investigation I
r-- and the monthly periodical ,I .1
h which rates all movies does not
WJ ee I I often include the movies that are
playing here at NATTC The mo .
1J: I vies are received by the Navy on
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the most part before they are released
said it before and we'llMy I to the public and the reviews -1, i
aren't out |
just yet.
it again The big event of the I
month U the Naval Air Training This month's All-Hand's maga
Athletic Conference Swimming and line includes a picture in its Fantail .
Diving Championships to be held Forum of Donald Clark a for
in our very own Indoor Pool, mer NATTC man from the IBM rs : y
Thursday and Friday, 25 and 26 office Sandy is a happy civilian I o 1
of July. vacationing up in Canada right'"

NATTCs team will be selected! now | iF
from the winners of the swimmingmeet : Picnics are being planned with
to be held 12 July under the the TAM Division scheduling an
direction of Helen Perry. To splash outing for Ii July at Gold Head I -
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away with the prizes you don't Branch State Park. The Dance !
have to have a list of titles behind Committee will travel down to StAugustine er
your name, This meet is especiallyto Sunday for their r

bring out new talent, men who I nic. PlC'1
have developed their swimming This is the last week your
kill since joining the Navy, I tor will be in the Navy, no
ATTENTION PARENTS: If you looking around and trying to dig
have boy from 7-15 and live near I up material for these sheets: and
the base, you won't want them to I I then when you write something
miss the opportunity of taking I have someone say they didn't say r
boning instructions from Chief AI I it or have changed ideas. But it f
Simbaldi every :Monday, Wednesday I has been fun, and there certainly 1SP.ARK 1-1f ,
and Friday at 1400. All children I has been complete co-operation t
of Officers' and enlisted men from such people as Lt Muir,
.. are eligible to attend. The lessons Chaplain Andrews Lt, Comdr. Gallagher -
are held, in the outdoor boxingarea \ Comdr. Beebe and Chief
at N A TTC. Ware. When I get back up in Oregon --

__Of course everyone has figured I I'll certainly be thinking of : i ARE MILL left in the eyes of many who attended the big FOURTH Dance last Friday
.: ". a. dozen ways to spend the. thin pUce night! The Jam-packed, auditorium was appropriately decorated for the event and thanks go to M. H
mount which will be quitet / I Hulse Chairman of the dance committee and Miriam Brooks, SpSlc( Welfare, for the successful
the next pay day. Bbjr Gene $7V04' Rattle dance
Iltry quiet around Publnfivhist ) Arlington, V*. (SEA)-William Winners of the jitterbug contest were Jane Manphey, of the Three Feather, and Ted Bromlrskl. ...
\ week without Mary Th"mpsolfound a bracelet in a Sic. Prizes were a cigarette lighter and a fitted cosmetic case I
;,.,. TYinofWary Ann and Ted snow bank and gave it to his children Members of the dance committee were, Richard Strudenmater, E45. Bill Eriaman. E48. Wm. Swee I
'..0'd swimming instruc- who likel iU sparkle. Later, ney. E4T Joe Ne bit. E43. W, J. Schroeder t5, J. R. MoCarnty. K4*. J, C. Sturm Eli, E. Gross,
Y-r on being married the bauble was evaluated at $75O ,- Eil, H. F. Kirk EiO, C. J. AgUMto Eli, and H. R. Springtiton. K41, who acted as Me during the jitterbug -
might. It was a big se- ). contest.

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Here is that column again with I Friday Saturday

mote lisa and data about the boyst -
t Yellow'att'r. Baseball will he at its highest peak this weekend when ;1

It is altogether fitting and proper I the INS Fliers visit the Haider ball diamond for a crucial

) that we begin this time with two-games series The two games are not only highly important 1

another of those now famous Han. 1 I Naval Air Training Athletic Conference '"
games
pcnisms. It seems that Bell, Thomas -
and Hansen were having a small i + a 'I but they will also decide which of the two teams will be the

nt-Hsion over the latent scuttlebutt, h rLrAk new station, champion
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Although recognizesthe w The r leers will DC OUt u rack up
value of scuttlebutt it is definitely 1, another pair of conference wins ':

not a harbinger of name and will depend on the strong hurl
However in this case we are forcedto : Raiders Notch ing arms of Jack Seidwitz and

relate one of the newer rumors I John Schmitz. At the same time

According to this one flight skins 8th 1 Manager Merle Makeever of the
are supposed to be forthcoming on tp 4 b Zy L S.' 12 StraightThe Raiders will send his top flight

this base. When this came up in hurlers to the mound. Probable .

the conversation Hansen said, NATTC Air Raiders rolled starters! for the locals will be Len
"Boy, I sure would like to get me over Memphis NATTC Monday for Jansen and Kyle "Beetle" Crawford -
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a zipper. The effective, Bear Bearden possible selections. In his
of
hurling Ray
Taking advantage of facilities offered by Welfare the above Model
If anybody wants a slightly -
ragRed den set down the Memphis sluggers last start on the mound Beardenheld
Plane enthusiasts are preparing for real competition Developingnew
hair cut contact Lt Bennett
the hard
with two hits the Raiders .hitting Jacksonville\
Word reaches us that he enrolledin ideas and using hi-speed motors, members! of the NATTC Ain as
blasted Terminal team to four hits and
out ten in the 6-0
triumph. ,
the Kunze and Thurber Tonsor-' dales plan on entering the Dixie Airplane Meet to be held in Jacksonville ,
It Manager Makeever reward
ial College and Is eager for longhaired 27 and 28 of July. This meet will have entries from all of was Bearden'a second start of may
the season and his second straight Bearden with another opportunity
victims the Southern States but the NATTC boys intend to offer some stiff ,
brilliant performance. In his last to show his stuff
The Post Office cat whose competition Discussing' the possibilities of a race car motor in a
effort he beat the Terminal
elderly | The highly touted Fliers will
model airplane are: Ray Walton, John Leonetti, Frank Sparrow
lives and loves were reviewed inS
Railroaders who have been burning
I Ronald Strawn Wilbur William S, Smith I rank as heavy favorites when the
an earlier Issue of the "Rips, is Shatzer, and Frank LI'lng."ton. the Jacksonville
-up City two squads meet. One of their i
no more. She came out second bestin ,
Just the Geor- '
League. why lanky most impressive games to date
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gian hasn't had his regular turn was. the 16 Inning affair with Pcn-' ;
with the watch truck. on the mound will always be a sacola NATB. Although they eventually -
Chief Tomazin volunteered to administer Fifth Smoker THE WORD. to
mystery the Raiders' followers lost the encounter 2-1, John
a merciful death. The kittens ...
but after giving up just six hits Schmitz came up with an outstanding
were adopted by Mrs. Briner'stat. from Aviation Fundamental I| in 18 innings it is a cinch he will mound performance as he .
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Monday Nite see plenty of duty from now on. held the Pen"acola team hitless
SchoolS
Come Saturday next our boy | The big bats of the Raiders opened eleven straight innings.
I> Schulz will become
on a family
man The little woman i. arriving j For the fifth time this!! reason I 1', K. GRAHAM A KM 2/c > up in the first inning Mondayas I The Raiders themselves will not
Jim Coddington led off with
from Illinois.In the Physical Training and Welfare a be a push over. Additions dining
Every journey of a thousand and scored .
triple on Robby Robinson's
case the word hasn't! gotten Departments combine to present miles people say, begins with a the past two weeks have strengthened -
I single. The locals tallied
around Yellow Water has an excellent another Smoker Monday i j single step. In Aviation Fundamentals again in the second when Bearden'( the Raiders to such an extent
bowling alley. All handsaic I night for the benefit of all Aviation I l school that single step is I himself doubled to send Bet kt'8 that they racked up seven wins in
One of the main
Fundamentals Students at a row reasons-
cordially invited to come o.t'rIlnd the first week of instruction '
after the latter
across had reached
bowl. It's free too. NATT Center. i j A pre-test ushers in the week's first. for the win streak is the hard hit-
on an error
Catch Carter with his dark lall"1" Also preparations ale being ;, events It ifc a comprehensive exam I The Raiders sewed up the contest 'ting of Lefty Jenkins, the new ten-

es off and you will see the made for a big three-day boxing, of eleven navy ratings, but the I IfI'ore in. the third when two more ',, terfielder, who has been clippingthe )
beautiful pair of shiners. you ever which will the has I'j ball at an unbelievable .577
I tournament begin no bearing; upon a stu- runs came across. Lefty Jenkins
flaw Not one, but two and the 22nd of July.Monday's dent's final grade: The test is used reachred first via a base on balls pace.
large economy size at that. "'hfrt'he be only by an interview board. i Another new player in the Raider -
Smoker should oneof and went to second on an error.
them is secret but nobody fold is Lefty Proctor, who will
got a almost all of : Seven motion Robinson ,
the best yet as pictures are shown Robby then singled again
seems to know why. i the entries have fought before and during the week Among these are :I,: to tally Jenkins and Rasmupsen be seen doing his stuff around the
Mc'Carh.i initial sack. Proctor
We are glad to see. Lt. should be, at their best physicaland such titles as "Your Job in the';; scored the second run on a sacri just joined
return. He has been attending last week after holding down the
ien mental form. Navy, "Cavalcade of Aviation", fice.
Recreation and Welfare! school at ; So far only 12 scrappers have "Safety in Air Stations", and I I I The 6-0 win was very encouraging ball first club base! chores for the San Ditgo

:Bainbridge.That shown intentions of fighting ;Mon- "Fighting Lady". (It's all free, too, I,, to the Raiders who are flow'preparing
seems to about cover the I day but more are expected to en mates; each movie is dime-ex- '1, for a crucial\ two game I The two game series will be

situation for this week' friend Be ter. Any late comers who would empt.) Your columnist thought as i},'series with the NAS Fliers The played on the local diamond with

seeing you.Opportunity. .. like to pal tlclpate should contact he watched "Fighting Lady", how outcome of which is very import-' one game getting underway Friday -
Chief Al Sinibaldi at ringside at easy it was to project yourself in- 1 ant to the NATAC Conference and, at 1615 and the second game
IfrOO Monday evening when the to the situations in which the men\\'I will also decide the champion of I' Saturday at 1000 One of the largest -
To crowds
pairings will be made. of your rate-to-be found them- [ the station. to witness a local diamond -

Among the early entries are" selves. You cannot help but realize :, Team R H E '', battle is expected to turnout

Hear Speakers Tony Compagnone. who can al- what a premium'the navy justlyplaces NATTC 112 000 200-6 10 2' for the championship. tilts.!
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ways; be counted: upon for a good on training, training, and Memphis .000 000 000-0 2 4J!
Offered NATTCA fight: Leo Luquette, the Texas more training after that. | Bearden and Berkes, Glesre: I I The best definition of a Wave"

Tornado that put the lights out I As to your: specialty, your first Fredericks, Brown, Wasnuski, Ell- we have heard to date, is!! a

series of informal 1 lectures arc I for Jim Taglio. in their matchat of three questionnaires on rate I ridge. and Guerttere. "Grable-Bodied Seaman."
being held at NATTC as directed' the last Smoker: and Jack : preference is filled out in this first' -- -- -

by Admiral F, Wagner.. Authorities Schefries, the hard hitting heavyweight week. A film Is shown. depictingthe NICE FORM
and competent speakers> in that has showed plenty of work done in each rate, both

Various fields are being selected on the stuff that wins bouts. afloat and ashore. Lectures follow, I

the basis of their\ proven ability to I Other entries received by Chief I in which the course at each A H I w g
deliver interesting, informative- Sinibaldi include: 'school is outlined, and the locationof 4

lilies. Joe Combs! AK 26; Tom Fisher, ,, the schools given. S a

The third in this series of lectures AF 26; Richard Beck, Dick Ay- I I Right here might be the best
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will be presented at 1500, to- raud, Bob McGlothin Walter Davenport 'place tb'Twoid a conversation

day, Thursday, by Dr. U. T. Brad AF 28; Rusty Adams, AF .'i overheard in a ninth week class: I II
ley, Professor of American History 29; Roy Bacon, and Ed Eilts. I I 1st AF student: "Two more I II

Itollins College; Winter Park, Flor I weeks after this one!" I II .*

ida "\>a* jour friend shocked over I I 2nd AF student: "Yeah! Thenwe I e'

All hands are urged to attend the death elf his mother-in-law ?" get the same chance as" the guys I
these lectures held in the Auditorium "Shocked! lie wa elect -uteel." ;: direct from Boot Camp:!

sorry: Sourbrain. you'rereadin'
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0 your'compass backwards.The .
A sailor wandering through a cl
of Aviation Fundamentals -
Sweet Vivian's a golfer department store squeezed one doll purpose sr
She causes quite a stir, and it cried "mama." Later he is not to make a student

Cause all the men are anxiousTo squeezed another doll and it eligible for t class A service ,,'
play around with her I i screamed "floorw! alkerl"! school. You know you're going on ", '
to some school when you first
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come to Av Fund Aviation Fundamentals I
TABLE TENNIS TIFTS
l has a twofold purpose: I

j __ First, to show a student enough
- L UILtL.JL 1111 ; about each aviation rate, that he
.ROr can select the one he prefers and A r

for which he is best fitted. Secondly ; *A\4 -

to give each man an integrated '
picture of Naval Aviation so Wm: ,

that the operating:: squadron he sin
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f C.H"ln Ford N. T"I"". USN,
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Ad v i.ur Attractive Lieutenant Helen Ferry, pictured above. Is coachingthe
b E. W. An.,"" ". 1,1. Comur. CMC). Naval Air Technical Training;: Center swimming team, which will
.:\1!tor
Aro>i ftalmiin.' PS)2( be one of the :52 teams participating in the Naval Air Training
ALMOST ANY EVEMNO thing ere will be found a group: discuss- Ntwuwrin-r Athletic Cont'frt'n'e' Swimming Meet to be held here 25: and 26 July.

the finer points of the game c>f ping pong over in the new En- Arthur KrortiKrrxth ouh''III..Ji Miss Perry held the 100-yard backstroke National Indoor Championship -

(, listed,1 en's Rec Room in Galley :1'Jo. 2. There are ten tables for the Kammrrk, SI* for 1939-1941. She was a member of the AllAmericanTeam
game and eight pool tables are n ow in operation. Equipment may Th.lor.ph of 1940 which toured South America, and a member of the
be checked out from the Gear Loci]ker. Vml. k J r...>U> 11,,Dt.. A.. lI'uncl. Olympic Mythical Team of 1940. Lieutenant Perry who is attachedto

Ship's Service will set up a i sandwich and coke Annex in the Kvhoul! UHoW dirertien l': h.M of C. J:. Ware, the Welfare and Recreation Department, 'participated in the' A

near future in Galley No. 2. 1939-1941 All.American Swim Meet, ".
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I MURDERER'S ROW Hellcats

Memphis PinyFlier ,



Nine Here Today



Six Starters On HAS Ball Club

Will Play Last Games This Week :

By Frank Tours, Sic "

According: to the schedule, the Jax NAS baseball squad

will be playing the Memphis NATTC gang on the Flier diu.r I

mond this afternoon at 1615, but Mother Nature has crossedus

up so much lately we hesitate to say whether the Memphis

club will do anything but swim during its two-day stay

here. The first clash between the
i
Softball Leagues two teams was played yesterday at I

1615 (at least we hope it was!), ;

Crippled As Many and tomorrow and Saturday the

Pliers will move over to the Sax 1
Players.LeaveN AS NATTC field to meet the Air Raid- .
ers in a pair of service league.
With discharges hitting manyof scraps.

the teams in the two Mainside Our cross-base rivals at NATTC .

softball leagues very hard, actionin have a good record in Conference
the second half of the schedulehas play, and the local NAS nine is in
dire need of some Conference winsin
been slowed considerably. Add order to stay in the first division -

rain to discharges, and you see so it looks like a hot seriesis
why the three games which were in the making. Friday's game
supposed to have opened the sec- will start at 1615, and the Satur-
day go will be played at 1400 All
ond round of play were cancelled.The .
those games, remember, will be
biggest blow to anyone played only if the Florida skies ,

a :o s e r t ..5' 3'5. "9t,, team struck the Hospital nine, as consent to keep their liquid sun; )
seven of their starting championship shine stored away somewhere un

"" -:-"""" "' '''.., ."" ....' ', ," ".. .. .....""".. ', -.... "...''''.,.,..,-",...."" ...._.. > .'." """ ........ ,,". ......... "........_. ._- team were discharged in one til at least next Sunday.
THE "KILLER" INSTINCT doesn't seem to how in the three men's faces shown here, but once day. This catastrophe forced the Last week, four games were
these foot in batter's nines had best beware. left to catcher washed off the locals' slate, aa
gents put a a box enemy They are, right, the
Hospital boys to drop out of
Ed first baseman Bob Evans the hitters rain forced the cancellation of two
Lippeatt, Forbes, and cen tertlelder Bill big of the NAS -
I baseball team Thetrio of powerful swatters is leaving the local club next week for the greener pas- league entirely after they had won games with Fort Lauderdale last -
tures of civilian life, and their absence in the Flie r lineup will rob the locals of most of their hitting the first half play with a brilliant Thursday and Friday, and the same
power. record of 13 wins and only element prevented the Fliers from
one loss. going up to North Carolina to play

Round-Robin Slowed The Admirals Trophy League the Camp LeJeune Marines last
TEN TEAMS ALREADY and
Saturday Sunday.
was cut seriously for the second i
round of play, and there are now This week's games with the Air
Flier Golf ChampionshipsTo EXPRESS DESIRE TO only three teams left in the league. Raiders will be the last for manyof
VSB, IATU, and VO-VCS are the Coach Jim McCachren's boys.
teams which will fight it out for Leaving the Sax campus next weekin
Get Under Way 27 July ENTER WATER SHOW the crown in the Admiral's Trophyrace. favor of a little civilian life are

VO-VCS is a new entry, andthey'll six standout players of the local
The Naval Air Athletic Training nine and Is the for-
already
be up against tough com- gone
Highlighting the golf news this week was the an- I Conference Swimming Champion- petition, as VSB and IATU fin- mer starting left fielder, Fred

nouncement that the Station Individual Links Champion- ships which will be held in the ished in first and second place in Young.
ships are in the making and the match play tourney is slatedto giant indoor pool located at NAT- the first round of play. "Brilliant" Bill Evans, Bobby

get underway on Saturday, 27 July when the qualifying I TC on 25 and 26 July will be highlighted Thirteen teams are left in the Forbes"Fireball"(the John Clearwater Schmitz,Clouter'Whip-),

round will be run off. I by the appearance of a U. Commandant's League and the Arm" Lyle Christianson, Ed "Lim

After the qualifying round, the contestants will be divided I S. Navy underwater demolition beat Marine now squad that will the be Hospital the team has to ey" Lippeatt, and Rudy Stewart,

into three divisions accord- --- team, it has been announced. dropped out. Other top teams in are the six hustlin' horsehlders
ing to their scores. Sixteen men I that will bid a fond ( ?) farewellto
The legend of the UDTs is well the enlisted men's league are the
be in the NAS next week, and their ab-
will championship flight !
WAVES Pistol Range nine, the A&R crew
Move known to most bluejackets, as
Up
and these men will receive no and the Personnel 907 team. The sence in the Flier lineup will give
handicaps. Another sixteen men their feats in the briny deep were Coach McCachren no end of head
games will continue as they did
will be in the first flight and the performed wtihout guns, without aches.
In in the first round, with the em- I'
same number will be in the sec- Loop Play; any protective clothing, and they phasis on night games from now Evans was known for his fine
centerfield Forbes
ond flight-the latter two divi- work patrolling ,
had to brave the dangers of enemy on, as they were very popular in
sions both the heaviest hitter on the
receiving handicaps. was
Handsome plaques will be awarded : Take Easy WinThe fire, sharks, and perilous waters. the first round. The night games team, Schmitz was one of the top
will be played on the plant
One of these veteran teams will power
the winner in the big event i twirlers on the squad Christian-
diamond and will feature double-
which will crown the champion Mainside WAVES softball give an exhibition for all hands son was a fine fielder at his short.
par-buster of NAS. team is still going strong in the I who attend the big aquatic show headers league teams with as games the main with attraction city- stop post, Lippeat was, without a
coming in two weeks, and it will doubt of the smartest catch.
one
Some of the favored linksmas- City League as they are but one- ,
ters are Lt. Jack Colter, a steady half a game behind the league be an event worth seeing. ers seen at NAS in a long while
winner for the station golf team; leaders, the Barbee Motors girls. Already ten stations from vari- and Stewart played a good right
Lt. Comdr. J. II. Irrobino, Comdr. Their last win was a lopsided 20-0 ous parts of the country have notified NAS Jax; Batting Average field and was steady at the plate.
Raymond Pflum C. R. Smith, Sic; triumph over the Victory Play- Comdr. John Miller, directorof Player 0 AB H RBI Pet All McCachren has to worry
Lt (jg) Walt Warren ACRM C. ground club on Wednesday, 3 July, the big meet, of their intentionto Schmltz (p) 11 30 10 3 .333 about now is filling those empty
R, Cravens Captain W. E. Gent- in the Municipal Stadium. enter teams. They are Memphis Forbes (Ib) ,:::::: 30 118 40 28 :,330Evans positions!
(ct> ....... 28 97 32 8.330
NAS NAS
ner, ACMM Dave Sweeney, final Only one more game is left in ; Memphis NATTCj Stewart (rt) ...... 11 41 12 5 .292 Joe Wentworth at third base,
ist in the recent best-ball tour- the first-half play that one being Glenview, Illinois; Ottumwa NP- Llppeatt (c) ...... 22 71 19 12 .281 Bob McGrath at second base, and
ney; Ens. Ed Sadowski, and Ens. played last night. Immediatelyafter FS, Iowa; Corpus Christi! NATB, Seldwitz (p) .. ... 5 16 4 2.2:50: Hurler Jack Seidwitz are the only
Texas Pensacola NATB Fort Chrlstlanson (ss) II 10 41 10 2 .244
left to
; ; regulars cheer the local
Griffin.
the end of last night's game, Wentworth (3b) .. 19 62 12 5 .193
Action in the Round-Robin the schedule will be published for Lauderdale NAS; Ward Island Berner (c).. ...... 17 57 11 6 .193 cause, while Bill Bermer can fill in
NATTC, Texas; Jax NAS and McGrath ..... 20 for
Tournament at ; (2b) 70 13 2 .186 Lippeatt as catcher, but that
the second
was a minimumlast round of and the
play JAX NATTC. Many other squadsare Young (If) ... ... 12 39 7 4 .179 still leaves five posts unfilled and
week because of too much local WAVES will begin their drive This tabulation includes every game
expected to enter before the the
rain and the standings in the for the city championship. The ; up to and Including the game with the Fliers considerably weaker for
tourney remain the same as before WAVES will be under new management end of next week. I Parrl Island Marines on 2 July 1946. their remaining games. 0,

-with the VSB Helldivers still when the second round
BASEBALL "WIZARDS" LEAVE
enjoying a comfortable lead in the begins for Lt. (jg) Verla Hill is
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first division over the NATTC on terminal leave. Miss Hill was .x "'"-' '"'
officers. In the second bracket, the assistant WAVES Welfare Officer -
the Station Team is the leader and did a fine job hand
with IATU close behind. Still ling the girls' basketball team and ,
tops in the third division is the softball team at NAS Margaret am x
Station Staff Team.A Llewellyn is the girl who will take

week from today, a mixed over for Miss Hill as manager of
foursome tourney will be played, the softball squad and she hopes to
and this event is open to all lead the local girls to the top of r1iL-
hands. Mainside men and their the heap in the second round of
wives are urged to enter the play.
match and all those who need The Victory Playground team
partners can obtain them by call- was completely snowed under last
ing the golf shack, ext. 8157. week by the Flier girls, when a..
_. --- barrage of 25 hits led the way to I
a 200in.. Virginia Winkler and
fletters Have Three "Gussie" Gostola shared the
mound duties for NAS and together -
allowed but five enemy bingles.
Matches Set After
Winkler gave up three safeties in za& 4
four innings, and Gostola allowed
Layoff Of Four WeeksThe two batters to hit safely in her
one-inning effort. ,
competition-starved Flier
tennis team will finally get some Pou, Leonard Warren, and Calvin
Action In the next two weeks, as Nelson. These four men are all
three matches have been lined up capable court aces, and can be
for them by Leonard Warren, the counted on to give the Annapolis
team captain. After putting up a boys a rough afternoon

record of eight straight triumphs, On 15 July, the Fliera will travel
the NAS netters found themselves
to Montgomery Alabama, to meet
without a match for four weeks, the Maxwell Field netters and this
but the Annapolis Grads have time will be represented by all
worked up a team and have con- of their team with the exceptionof
sented to meet the powerful locals -
Lou Shenker, who was dis- i
on 14 July at the I'onte Vedra charged this week. Alex Stanek, TWO l\IOItE TOP performers are leaving the Filer baseball nine next week, to give Coach Jim Mc-
Country Club at the beach. Lt. Chrischellls, and Scott Fille- Cachren another load of worries. Shortstop Lyle Christianson (left) and hurler John Schmitz are shown
Four of the Flier tennis men brown will lend their weight to the above just before coming out of tIthe he dugout for a fast workout. Christianson joined the locals late in
will match the Annapolis team. local cause. A return match with season, but his play In the del d and at the plate left little to be desired. Mainside baseball fans who
They are Bill Smith, the Mainside Maxwell is set for 22 July on the have seen Schmiz on the mound 1 mow that he possessed plenty of "stuff," and could blast the pill at
hen's number one player; Bill NAS courts. the plate with the power of a "all iggin outfielder.F .
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