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Creation Date: July 25, 1946
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Until 15 AugustRALLY Feature Event

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SETS OFF INTENSIVE I
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CANVASS OF. PERSONNELThe
SWIMMING
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opening gun of the Y. '
M. C. A Youth Memorial plans for the "HashMark"

Building campaign was fired anniversary party of
Monday at a meeting and the WAVES on 30 July were '

,' rally of unit leaders in the completed by Lt. Comdr.

I conference room of the Administration Elizabeth Tribble; Lt.
i" Building. Comdr. M. B. Emmelhainz,
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''r Following the strategy session, .ppe2x and Lt. Anna F. McKay this week. '
and loaded with campaign literature Highlighting Tuesday's celebration '
honor roll cards, and other will be a review of all WAVES
promotional material, the unit aboard the station, enlisted and of- ,J
I leaders began actual solicitation ficer, at 1630 at the athletic field ..j
in their respective activities--and in the WAVES area. Comdr. Edith '
I the drive moved into high gear. L. Stallings, director of WAVES '

I In 'addition to NAS all other -_...._...,- for NAATC and Seventh Naval .
commands aboard the station, as district, will take the review with
well as Cecil Field and Yellow Wa- THAT DUTVUT1I the WAVES at NAS hasn't been all a matter of hard work can ease'-"'be Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davison, '4
ter, are participating in the cam seen in the photo above, snapped last Thursday evening at the WAVES Club and Craft Shop"buring Seventh Naval District Commandant .
paign. Comdr. Warren P. McGuirk, "open house." In comfortable, informal attire, the girls sang, chatted, read, played ping pong and and Chief of NAAT. iJ
/ NAS physical training and welfare cards, and just lounged around. The club is open every evening from 1700 to 2200, but unlike the Other honored guests to be pres-

'I officer, is serving as general "open house".. night_. the uniform of the day must be worn. ent in the reviewing stand are Cap-
chairman of the over-all effort --- tain L. Y. Mason, Chief of Staff,
} While the drive has been under Coming Of Age of the Seventh Naval District;
way in Jacksonville for some time, Captain F. T. Ward, Chief of Staffof
It is only beginning here. Scheduled NAATC; Lt. Comdr. A. F. '
closing date for the local Four Years Of Service Brings Many Blair, aide to the Chief of Staff of 'I
Navy campaign is 15 August. % the Seventh Naval District; Lt.
Every unit leader, it was Comdr. R. E. Farkas, aide to Ad-
has an ample supply of stated'i Changes To The Women's Reserve miral Davison; Comdr W. R. Neb-
': which explain in detail lett, head of administration for
I and purpose of the current -- NAATC; Captain A. R. Brady
raising end/avor. Briefly, its aim By Lola A. Loser, Yin on how the first gals in blue must in existence. Gone are the old Commanding Officer of NAS;
is to raise $800,000 to construct anew "Now I've seen everything have felt when they reported for summer suits of blue which always Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, Executive
Y.MC.A. building which will WAVE with a hash mark!" duty.How looked like you slept in them, Officer of NAS; Captain M. }(, De-
serve the youth of Jacksonville, times have changed since regardless of the amount of elbow Wolf, Commanding Officer of the
adults, and members of the armed Can't you Just hear those words then! Corny, but true. When the grease you used to make them Personnel Separation Center; Cap-
memorial being voiced by a USN'erandthey first recruits finished up at the look even half-way presentable. tain Ford N. Taylor Commanding
will be. Some of the WAVES' various training schools, they The seersuckers took over and Officer at NATTC; Captain R. H.
lives In World War II. who have signed to stay until 47 usually carried the rate of yeoman, have done'a good job of relievingthe Gillett, Commanding Officer of the
No quota has been set for the will be eligible for this distinguishIng storekeeper, or something like monotony of wearing one color Naval Hospital; Lt. M. J. Server,
participating naval activities, but. mark within the next few that. Whatever it was, it alwayshad all the year round. They're not Women's Reserve representative at
campaign leaders are hoping to months. something to do with a desk the sharpest outfit we've ever had the Separation Center; Lt. M. T
raise an amount sufficient to underwrite With 30 July marking the fourth and an office. But it wasn't long on, but a little bit of starch and Keith, Women's Reserve represen- a
the cost of a specific por- anniversary of the Women's Re- after the start of the program Continued on Page Two Continued on Page Three
tion of the building which would. serve (WAVES to you), we can't that the powers that be found that
Continued on Page Three help but stop and ponder a minute WAVES made excellent radiomen,

mechs, aerographers, parachute I Nava! Air Station Officials
) riggers, pharmacists, gunnery In-
Comdr. Stallings' Birthday structors-work formerly consid- .1
ered to be a strictly masculine
Tribute To The WAVES
Is Also Farewell field! The gals went into it with- Pay

Greeting out the slightest hesitation and I ....... .- --.- --. ----- -
have made their mark in every enabled us to fit Into the varied
Comdr. Edith L. Stallings, NAATC Women's Reserve branch of the Navy to which they fields of activities so new to wo

) Director who has just received orders for duty as Women's have How been those assigned.initial recruits must A men. WAVES'shall represent who requested all of retention us-

Reserve Representative for the Bureau of Aeronautics, an have felt when they ventured down who are confident of our Navy
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,f assignment previously held by Captain Joy Hancock, who the street for the first time in z el place !in the post-war world."

will take over as WAVES director tomorrow, offered this ot Navy civilians blue! and Curiosity servicemen on the alike part I Lt Comdr. Elizabeth Tribbl< .

message on the Fourth Anniversary- : was not satisfied just by staring I
"Although this anniversary finds I they were beseiged by questions as :JI
us with fewer WAVES on duty to "what, when, how and why." I Chaplain says -
f than the three previous July SOtlis, As the years progressed civilianswere
{ "For the past four the
the presence of those who have returned more prone to recognize a year
WAVES have quietly and -
to homes and pre-war Interests WAVE when they saw one, but competently
fulfilled the requirements of
!is still felt-so close were the inevitable whistle was heard
the bonds which friendship made just as much at the end of four a great variety of duties In the
Naty. To all of I extend not
I you
during our war experience to- years as it was back in12.. T' '
only congratulation on this,
: my
gether."Resulting The uniform itself underwent
I from three and a half some changes during the four-year j IN a your sincere Fourth"Well Anniversary Done." but ,also..
years' association with the 3,500 period the organization has been
WAVES assigned to this Com- -- Captain Anthony R.: Brady, y.
mand, my observations not only
confirm the fact that they have 51""Jim.a! SUlPTo N ... GK'C Satp- '

been resourceful and capable in all the WAVES and During my tour of duty M Kxecuthe ... :to \
and to degrees unrecognizedbefore who are ------ ------- I ;
ways the war, but also prove that hate been In the Seventh Natal "SEKV'ING IN the Women's Officer ht-re. I hare had a.r
the WAVES in general are of such District and the Naval Air Advanced Reserve for a large portion of ample opportunity to observe. !'","
sound character, excellent judg- Training Command I extend four years has been my most WAVES at work and at play. ,
4 ment, good taste and charm as to my personal congratulationson gratifying experience. Jt is with Their devotion to duty, their fine
merit the high commendationsthey your Fourth Anniversary In the pride that I realize I have shared spirit of cooperation, and their
have received-and more. Natal Service. You hate done a naval responsibility with women cheerfulness' at all times have
} "It did not require change-of- splendid job In helping us \tln the who so( willingly volunteeredtheir earned them & valued place In naval I{
duty orders to make me realize war and I am pleased that BO services when their nation annals and the respect of all '
how great the privilege of serving many of you hate volunteered to needed them, and did any job who served with them. It is with
with you here has been-I've felt remain aboard to help us pith the which helped further the war pr\de\ that I congratulate them on
right along that my billet was the they have gone and how great are I tremendous task of reorganizingthe effort. All WAVES recognizeand the occasion of their Fourth Anniversary .
best in the Navy-but trying to my obligations to all with whom Navy to a peacetime basis appreciate the support received and on a Job well done
pull up root does show how deep Continued on Page Four Admiral Ralph E. pavliOo.r from our Navy men which Comdr. Paul E. Emrick.



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THE KSrAllLlSIIMKNT OF TilE WOMEN: !IS ltr.na...* r, I:>nl< in 1842 WILl intended over at the tower, and mecha reported A & R Department- handlingall

: to assist in the handling of shore jobs, releasing enlisted and officer personnelfor sorts of jobs in its many divisions. And Navy life for the WAVES wasn't "all
sea duty. That may have been true at the time, but the scope of their actmtywas "
work and no play. Sports and recreational activities were planned with an eye
broadened over the years until at the height of their program the WAVES
numbered 94,000 strong Not only did they punch typewriters, but you could find toward satisfying the likes of the WAVES, Basketball teams were organized duringthe

them on duty in the hospital corps, in specialized rehabilitation courses, in rocket- season, workouts were held at the rifle range, baseball came in for its share: of
powder plants, dental prosthetic laboratories, and other odd plates.! NAS Jacksonville attention during the summertime, and picnics and recreational programs were held
afforded many and varied jobs as the above photos show. The gals took over when the weather made such events possible. Holidays were always gay events to be
in the parachute loft, did their part in communications, and took their turn as mess remembered. Even though most WAVES will be gone soon, they have left their Indelible -
looks in the chow hall. Yeomen were put, to work everywhere, aerographers took imprint here and will be missed by all hands. ,
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make sure that our hair is collar en whether they did their fighting admit. The WAVES have done a :
Four Years I length at inspection and the rest i I behind a typewriter or on the good job. During the past four 'IYt'arl Hospital ChatterDon't ,
: of the time line.
put into use braids, flight they have made their mark i I
Continued from I'age Onea : pig-tails or some other freak style I We've griped Sure we have, miss the dance exhibitionto
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and have earned' in the I
perky hanky does a lot to dress designed to "get it up." but then who doesn't when in service a place be presented by the Ram on

them up! And how thankful we I I Life' in the Navy has called for ? They say you're happy if out-fit Excuse me, did you say Dance Studio, Sunday, July 28 at !

were when the overseas hat was many readjustments en all tides. you can gilpe. There are times that sounds like flag waving 1500 in Ship's Service Auditorium.It .
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made a pmt of the prescribed out, I We've learned first of all how to when I doubt this, but I don't believe Perhaps it is, but we who wear
I with that there has ben really should be good!
fit. get along other women. That one girl the uniform of the WAVES have
Now times have changed is I is a major accomplishment' in it- I who voluntarily put on Navy blue 5 "
light! Remember when you were self. We learned how to pet tip who would trade her length of been proud to be associated with Enjoyed by all was the Milo

fresh out of boot camp how you !lat 0200 to sit at a desk for a couple 1 service, whether it be four monthsor Uncle Sam's Navy Now that the Jones Accordion Band, presentedin
were: always afraid you'd run into ; of hours "on duty." We've four years, for the "socalled"advantage actual fighting is over and we are Rec Hall i
the afternoonat
1 Sunday
learned how to think she would have had if
of the other *
an officer just when your hair was returning to our place) in the civilian
half an inch too long Or how :'I fellow) once in a while, before tak- she'd been a civilian during war that 1500. A vocal solo, ti tap team, !
you started to salute half a block ing care of ourselves.Yes time. world, the name spirit and refiesmenta later completedthe

away when you saw some gold I the Navy has done a lot The pros and cons of women in carried the WAVES through tour program. If you missed it, however -
braid approaching? Today, with of good: in a great many (alltl!. It service have been discussed Innumerable fighting year will It applied by I a special invitation goes to
everyone) (that is, all but the '47 I took heretofore: untrained and untried times in innumerable them a.II Mrs Housewife or Miss : join ARC in the Rec Hall every
signer) looking forward to discharge individuals, and turned them places with innumerable concju*, Career Women to maintain the i Sunday at 1500> for refreshmentsand
in the next month, we Just out as first clam" fighting worn- sions reached But this you must peace they helped to win. entertainment'



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({UKSTIONMi f !M'en the \-y
most InteiYiMlng/ or unusual f>x-
: .. ___ I (tfirlence you've had since joining i F
the WAVKSfKAY 1
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I Doug las, Ga
"I had a wondeiful leave back -1
in October of '14. I'd never been

I j jJ to California, so I got ID days MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
leave and 10 days travel time and
went out to San Francisco to visit
I i I my brother who id a lieutenant. THURSDAY "
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;1t commander.. I met a very nice' '),ll1"THE RETURNyOF RUSTY with Ted Donaldson. Shows at 1730- j

lieutenant while there. In fact,

I. all the officers my brother Intro- "INSIDE JOB," with Preston FRIDAY Foster Shows at 1730-2000. ,
I I' duced to me were very nice. I SATURDAY AND SUNDAY j.

flew Kan. from coming Oakland back-to flying Olathe by, "MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE" starring Bob Hope. Shows at K30- ""
1730-2000.
night is very impressive. So is .

flying over the Grand Canyon. I've "SING WHILE YOU DANCE MONDAY," with Ellen ,Drew. Shows at 1730- ':
had
romances, but
: many that's
: ; "u'a just an every-day thing." 2000. TUKhDAY AND WEDNESDAY: !

.MAXINK )IOOIn Y3cFredonia, Kansas. 2000."CANYON PASSAGE." featuring Susan Hayward. Shows at 1730-

"Oh,"let's see. I couldn't say '?

that boot camp was the most interesting STUDENT OFFICERS'i'\\'i
L but it was the one I will
i i remember the longest. Those 1
dreadful shots! My THURSDAY AND FRIDAY I(
arms being so "
"SMOKY, with Anne Baxter Fred
stiff! Trying to make a bunk with MacMurray. Show 2000 only
SATURDAY :
r Tin I.OVK STORY which delighted and thll1dad of the my them.arms The so two sore weeks I couldn't I use "AN AMERICAN ROMANCE," starring Brian Donlevy. Show at .i
Saturday Evening Post and which turned Ernest Haycox' book "Can O.G.U. spent on I 2000 only.
assigned to the i
Shore Pa-
yon Passage" Into a best-seller has been brought to the screen by trol were a lot of fun" SUNDAY "
Walter Wanger with red-haired Susan Hayward and Dana Andrews "INSIDE JOB," with Preston Foster. Show at 200"" only.
"
AH: its lovers. Rival for Susan's hand and heart Is Brian Donlevy, MIMS TOLL, SpSlc( ) I MONDAY AND TUKSDAY: i

\ playing the role of a scoundrel who was too lure of Susan. "Canyon "One of Chicago. III. "MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE," starring Bob Hope. Show at %
Passage" filmed in Technicolor in Oregon U a story of the Oregon the most amusing was only.. 000't
1 Trail and the Pacific Northwest in frontier days. It plays at the an incident which happened to my WKDNKSDAY: \.j,l
"Matnside movie Tuesday and Wednesday. roommate and me one night in "SING WHILE YOU DANCE" featuring Ellen Drew. Show at '
town. We
.. .. were standing in line I 2000 only.
at the bus station to return to the ,
Bob Cronk's CROSSWORD PUZZLER
base when a more than slightly '
I OTHER EVENTS
1 4 S 7 9 inebriated older sailor came up I
and asked me if I knew how to SPECIAL VENT
drive. I told him I did, so he pulled CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING! MEET Thursday and Friday. at
l a set of car keys from his pocket NATTC, Indoor Pool, Building: 611. Public Invited. ;
and said his car was parked across ATHLETIC' GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and t
the street would I please drive Mustln Road. 1000-1130 and 1300.1830 daily, and at Gear Room, topside %?
r rI a him back to Green Cove Springs __ j Bldg. 726, 0800-1700 on work days. ': !
I l he WM afraid to attempt the trip MODEL AIRPLANE MIOP-Rear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400( '
himself. We said we would, so on daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays. .
the trip out he went to sleep and I! BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mamside Recreation Building
2 didn't awaken until we reachedthe No. 3. Alleys open from 1830-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700- 1
bus station in a.C.s. He I 2100 Saturdays and Sundays:
33 34 35 bought us something' to eat and ItOVING: For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut J
p36)7 then paid our fate back to NAS. 'I Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 59J: ; or report to Mainside Mat after.!
J We must have had honest faces 1500.
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because he said he never would ( \1NMDE: J.OTNaFormerly the Reception Center located in 1
have asked a fellow to drive him the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
45 Li: 47 4g back." their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep-

PHIL )IO IIOI.I.IJ, SplSilc I tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination r1d"! )-phonograph -
49 a 50 51 52 53 54 i Tahlequah, Okla. available for use of all. hands z''
"The time I was lost at sea was LI lilt All Y-Located on second 'deck of Mainside Recreation Building

55 Sb 57 58, 59bl the most exciting thing that's happened I No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
to me When I from 0800 to 1630 and from 1200
was at on Sunday to 2100.
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'"'' UC" I i11 I'unu .muoor swmmung pool, rlicreauonal anaaaaaaa. .
1 62 63 6k cued to go on a fishing trip, so 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule Mon.-!'rl, 08001900. Sat. 1000-1900./
all of us piled into a speedboat Sun. 12001900.
65 65 7 68 71 727J designed to carry only six. The I iOLF Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
water got( tough in the afternoon, 1 and 0300: to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Golf
74 75 7b 77 so we decided to drop anchor and House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
wait about an hour for it to calm I f \ ('IIUlt\( : -Open daily to enlisted personnel (with! liberty
down. Well, it didn't, and it kept I cards and uniform of the day, 1730 to 2JOO. Located south of Mason
J .lN 78 79 80 81 82 8) 84 85 getting darker and raining harder Field.

so we decided to follow the buoys TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
136 87 88Al Into shore. We finally came to a ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
rl light house, and after breaking Yorktown Roada).
into it sent out an SOS .
which was -- ------
KO$4 n'm" I. DOWN
J7 rock
II 1. window euntp.rt. .... Cab, 1ait cur picture a | picked up by a ship. They radioed courtesies of any Y.M.C.A. in America
'Ii mast 44-vithor, 5-W atcuurasra 'Ia.r\U. back that they were sending help, for one full year. Day Long
, Anger 49-nh.irt fur EdJO 3-nrgutiv. so we waited and Unit leaders attending the-,rally
waited
.. and
, II io...U'... ward 1rvrr eeont ) Up.:11' | : 11 o..i..1 Inatr". -.k i IUJ. b "prunest 44 man', n"m6i a coast guard crash boat Monday were Lt. J. D. Matthews Continued..", Page Oog
,:11' RlPn\ '.!-(.rall.1 lIivlol"n.nUl.I".1 n.fl. '> bxaitt of l burden l arrived We were written up as -Supply; Lt. D. A. Frazier-Per- tative at the Naval Hospital; and
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l lit 11- *rub win* of giiiraltmio 8 7-h careut lab n-J 51-vhair; <>( warYh.m lost on the OOD't log book from sonnel: Pharm. P. H. Oxford Lt. (jg) V L Beechler Women'sReserve
I 1.lInl. point 5. continent (.b) 9- for AIb<'I.tU-d ullk*r.j 1700 to 03t)). We were wet and Medical Department; 2nd Lt. representative at NATTC.
f 17-ii.Hnymam 5J-.aucf (ilantflS7 IG-r.v.. 5*-kind of u'akh hungry and dirty--anJ a little Charles J. Maxey Marine Bar- Lt Comdr Emmelhainz in
I 19- -hearing JI-lnJ'or 5<-fjim of "to ba scared. What a night racks: Lt. ijgt Henry D. RoyeInspection r
f organ was! charge of the review and In addi-
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!i' 11- Firth; Goldmil .... U pirrce wllh IIII-n"lIntlvot that .
t ". 5ddins wUFI ; 'Lt, , far un>' .Ilp (abl "'g I"t.1+ "'capon special parade, appropriate
Unmrr'h i |
II: Uanii i in Pacilio' U tiyvorn sa. the lour) ponilioti | mann Assembly and Repair; Lt. ceremonies will be conduct..
I. 14 h..r.1.lei 81toward Ii upon of a m.nun..n26..an..r \ ) E K. Blevlns Communications
YMCA (Jg ed awarding the Good Conduct
" Ub) 211-1.1. 6.1 -mimic
n -. number U 7-Ilitht littU*]drvii :d3 Uod ...It er, kin.l of metal : Lt. Comdr. H. V. Sebach- i ribbon to all who have earned the
III -.ut. 8H'mineral aprlntr. :=5 "III.h: baby 68- nothing moos CitntiiiiKHl frvm Page One Aviation Training: Chief Carpenter right to wear it.
{. au- U> cruse U> conu ereriaae than
TO rap lightly carry a plaque in M CurryYard Department: I
with on<*M>ltulamj 13-of the thing :2d I.k..r make -Louisiana (ah) memory of Navy I The picnic supper and entertainment -
Lt H. E. White Public Works
f sa itill T4conminiH 27- a w..l"ht 64\ -lan.i fensure men formerly stationed in the ; : will begin at 1700' that evening -
\ Iit-lhoo."nf 73: -PCI'luof/ timu 2 d r"willimpl.... ,71 Jewiiih monttt Jacksonville area who were later Comdr. Lucien S. Kempf and is under the direction of
I .t.r..1,,-.\ 77-\)IatrirAUor.- meat U to iihave ocevlol.IM' killed in action.Contributors I I tive Department; Lt. I jg) I ,
Execu-j Lt.
3b' th.. di- hey (abl) 31. lilt) 74 M worm 1 \j vine' law T4--mineral l hocks 3t liiMnviHlv pro7it( circle part of one dollar or be played at 1800 between a team
3R.-mm (Scot//) 80 .MA .,,1.!.. noun 7V-1"rfi,'h for ".".1" | more will receive the honor roll Comdr Robert Wright -- composed of officers and chiefs
U.wrndrr| :u IH-ruiMa 81rl"|ht (al) cards >
84 to luuitli out which not
only testify to the I I and of
another
11natnrumea Lately 34 I>....ragre 8JNu'krl Uyrn) petty officers. The
IY muaioal smug. 3d to ."('k painUS cloth fact that the individual has helped Waiter: "You're not eating your. big day will wind up with a
Ii( It: Sun l,."tot. : .awume fully sr> On; sums tab( ) provide funds: for this worthy fish. What's wrong with it?" I "splash party" at the WAVES poolat
H( + 19prrpuait+oa id metttal aurr..rlnor (Solution On 1'ajc" Four) cause, but entitle the donor to alii| Ex-sailor" : "Long time no sea.. I 1930.
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\ J W S.!" Twasn't Funny I WILCO

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Someone thought he was pulling a big t ,n t F =x ,.f

4t'.: j Editorial Office joke this week, but hundreds of sailors who \ If I.

.. Office of Public Information, Room 221 disagreed with him would like to know his ,
Administration Annex, Bldg. 934 : f
Telephone Extension 8543 name.Monday !
: was pay day, and scores of fel-
Arthur M.1 Greene, EditorBob lows stopped by to look at the pay list whichis

Jones Tar, Art Editor posted just outside the chow hall. But to
Th JAX
AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S.
Naval Air Station Jacktonvllle. Florida by the Office of their surprise the pay list wasn't there. A
Public Information at no expense to the government and In little investigation revealed that the list had
compliance with Secnav Circular Letter & 28 May 1945.
r t" Copies are distributed tree or charge 5-526h' Naval Air been ripped from the bulletin boards and '
Station, the Naval Air Technical I'
draining Center the
Headquarter of the Naval Air Operational Training Com scattered all over the deck. Many got down .
'" mand, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Natal on their knees to piece the town to-
Air Gunners' School, the U. S. Naval Hospital, papers "
I gether to find out their numbers and ," '" :
I Heir Admiral Ralph E. Davlson. pay :. ,. ,
I Chief of Naval- Air Advanced Training/ the amount of money they were to draw, -< ;< >.. "+ ',,

Captain Anthony It. Brady USN, Commanding I I while large crowds invaded the Disbursing ,'!,>,,,,. \..': ,
Jacksonville Naval Air Station ) ,
Office to get the same information.We <'M" -4

Captain Naval Ford Air Technical N. Taylor,Training USN! CommandDC Center I don't know who did it, but who ever ; ,

> it was can be assured that no one thought! : }4

Captain Robert U.M.S.Gillett Naval(MC Hospital), USN, Commanding it funny. If the guilty party has sense

enough to observe a warning, this is it. Don't ;# >

m Captain Naval Maurice Personnel M DeWolf.Separation t'SNR Center Commanding ever try it again. We wouldn't give a plugged

nickel for anyone doing a repeat performance. -
1.&. Cut Alexander A. Vsndeirrlft, Jr., USMC. Commanding ,.. .t"Just
Marine Barracks

Captain R. R. Briner, USN, Commanding
Na\al Air Gunner School Letters To The EditorTo L

Commander Howard E. Born USN, Commanding
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Held the Editor:

Capt. Albert Williams, USMCR Here's something we'd like you to ,
Marine Aviation Detachment
straighten out for us. If a rated WAVEcan .
l>t ie JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Association ma-
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without enter the CPO Club as the guest ofa because you are half way through the Separation _

ether permission matter of,t>Washington except by service 2J publication.D. C. Republication, U prohibited of any chief, why can't a sailor of equal rate be I Center, Wilco, doesn't mean you are half a civilian." ,,
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without permission of Editor, JAR AIR JxE\\S. allowed the same privilege? Does a i

WAVE'S rate carry more weight than a..

They Can Be ProudA I sailor's ? Two ARMs. I BOOK SHELFTHE I !Commercial I


major portion of the JAX AIR NEWS AMERICAN by Howard Bulletin i !

this week is devoted to the WAVES. The EDITOK'S NOTE: A l'ht''klth the CPU Club Fast is a middle-western legend Bulletins' will be accepted until svsrt has
occasion is the celebration of their fourth repeals the foUwlng-After( the close of the work- about John Peter Altgeld of Illinois been Sued Eat 8230
Ing: day, the chiefs regard WAVES as female com-
who sacrificed and
anniversary. the last of such observancesfor panions, not enlisted' personnel of the natal sen Ice. health, and money to become FOR SALEFor
most members of the Women's Reserve Hence, WAVES may enter the club as guests regardless the political of power Sale, one suit worsted khakI., .i.o 40, I
champion democracyand on. suit greens, sine 40, 2 suits whites,
This war-born branch of the naval service of rate. I guess the only way you fellowscan the foe of corruption. It.is the site 16'/, one hat complete with covers
crash the club is to wear skirts. of his the farm, all for 35. Call Lt, Kearney, Ext. 209.
contribution toward story boyhood on {
turned in a magnificent .1
hIs In the dur- l' Inneriprlng crib mattress never mod
experiences Army
and baby' scale. J541-1I Craven St., Dewey
the victory which came nearly a year ago. CHICKS DO BANG-UP JOB ing the Civil War, and his strug- Park.Large jJ

Under the most.: trying circumstanceswiththeir gles to become a successful lawyer sideboard, f 12: antique solid maple
The Government around
resented at timestheyhave can't go scaring and poUti lan. If you liked any bed with link springs, "0; 2 antique Ii
very presence service. chicks to death unless it wants to pay the of> Howard Fast's other novels, small pine chests, apiece, $4; 1 Atwater
compiled an enviable record of Kent Console model radio, 4 band, 125,
bill, was the ruling of the Supreme Courtin "ConceIved In Liberty," "The Un- 1 rhilco portable, battery radio, less I
Recruited to free men on shore assign- who his vanquished" or "Citizen Tom batteries, $5; :2 dark-stained, stile type I I
Tom claimed
ments for duty with the fleet and at advance favor of Causby, Paine," you will enjoy this portrait arm chairs, apiece $8; and ( dos. diapers ."
farm Greensboro N. C. had been per dos. |1. Tel. 2-6521.
near no
,
bases, the WAVES have done much more of another figure importantin
,
S rooms of furniture good condition Vec- 1
than that. They undertook jobs never be- good for poultry since Army planes started American history.If chlo, S. J. ,1340-B Randolph fat.! HAS.
fore filled To billets using the airport half a mile away. you have been looking for a l-tube radio. 2547 Forbes St. Tel. 7-4289. ,fl,
by they
women.
many 1 Twin bedroom art, excellent condition.
good animal story, try DUSTY by
The chickens couldn't take it. They com- Chief Mikus, 14I2-B ,
brought skills and dexterity peculiar to their This is the story Child fct. WAS.
Frank D. Davison. -
Call after Silt P. M.
sex-doing a better job than a man could mitted suicide by dashing themselves againstthe of an Australian sheep dog, half 1 rooms of furniture complete, practically
possibly do. henhouses. The remaining hens quit lay- kelpIe, the domesticated ranch new, cheap. Tolman, Ext. 8178
,
ing. dog, and half dingo, the wild dog 40"Indian 00. Campbell 74 motorcycle, 4020-E A-l Dewey condition.Park.
It would take this entire issue to describethe of Australia. Dusty becomes arizewinning Ext. 8179.

various duties taken over by the > sheep dog-and then 40 Tudor, sedan Chevrolet Master deluxe
WAVES. Let it suffice to say that their I he reverts and is no longer able to has Gibbs.llt.Ave.license, Dewey plate.Park.Pulchny, 3315-A

jobs ranged from plane handlers to hospital uppress the killer Instinct inherited Lovely 2-story. 8-bedroom house, bath anda
half, furnished
from his dingo mother. This is or unfurnished In
corpsmen, from link trainer operators to a first rate dog story, for even the Riverside section ,Mr. Dyer Tel. 2.UU.,
1 Gray chiefs
gabardine uniform site
photographers, from parachute riggers to Tows 1VieuuS f rornS at ohHABITUAL passages which deal with Dusty's 87, $25. Chief Record Barracks 51, NAT.
tower control operators. They matched violent conflict between his love TC, or call Townsend. Ext. 431
4 rooms of furniture, consisting oft blab
for his master and the call of the
their fellow sailors in standing duty, in mess r chair; 4 piece bedroom suite; studio
wild are matter-of-fact and not couch! platform rocker; kitchen table
cooking, and in sports participation. And spoiled by undue sentimentality. and 4 chairs; and 2 congoleum ruin,
the record they have set in keeping out of BELLE TIMSON is the latest of sold as a Rd.whole Tel. or 2-6593.by piece. 1140 Cumberland -

trouble has given the white hats somethingto SUICIDESTo the author of the still popular THE 1 Corona portable typewriter 1 Phtlco, ,.
shoot at. SUN IS MY UNDOING, Marguerite way portabe radio and RCA record player _
be told we were gradually commit- used as a combination 1 1UA 0.
Some of the males at NAS will probably Steen. This time she tells the tube radio. Tel. 2-7255 after t P. M.
ting suicide would be an offense to anyone story of an unpredictable woman -"
under just what this issue offers them in of us. Yet, that is exactly what is happen- who became one of the fabulous Large double FOR bedroom KENT with

the way of reading material. To them we ing to an alarming number of those in our backstage figures of London socie- inir, use of garage. no kitchen bath facilities.adjoin .
offer apologies and hope they will under- 10. Mrs. ((lots, 2778 Post It.:! ..Tel. 2-
midst every day. By committing suicidewe ty.In 96v3.
stand our motives. There will be many more don't mean suicide as commonly usedin a more serious vein, MAS- Large bedroom private tile bath sue
OF PHILOSOPHY is
TERWORKS porch also
; a kitchen
garage apartment no -
issues of the JAX AIR NEWS in the fu- describing the taking of one's life by a collection of eleven books of fac'htles! i private bath. Tel. 7.
ture, but not many more WAVES. This is hostile means. philosophic literature condensedand 4297. .
the last opportunity we have to show the arranged for modern reading.If WANTED :
Consider the number of people know
you have neither the time nor Wanted, 2-roora apt., located near Naval
girls that we appreciate what they have who are never themselves. People who by you to read the worksof Bute. Call Miss Julian Ext. 801.
the inclination
2 business girls to share nice Srooraapartment
It would be
done. ungrateful not to give
one means or another corrode or disguise the great philosophers in their convenient to NAS. Ttl. 2>
\ them this big spread at a time when they what to be entirety, this will still give you a 1i7l9.
they really are by trying some Used, Jr. stie washing machine. Lt. La.
are celebrating their fourth anniversary, thing else. Such acting is referred to in basic knowledge-1"-of philosophy.- ney Personnel Officer._ -r----Suuadron_ VPH
and when nearly all of them will return to 208.;
the New Testament as hypocrisy. To act S-room apartment, furnished for veteran.
civilian life within few short weeks. I J
a wife and 3-year-old child. Permanent res
Comdr.
StallingsContinued
Deep down fellows feel will in such a way hinders and ultimately de- ident, situated between Riverside and i'4
we you agree what such should and could NAS. Tel. 2-4707.
with us. stroys people from Page One Motor scooter, late model, good tondi.
i be. tion. Art. Stagner, Tel. 2-1028.
I've worked these three and a half "Im
h Living an affected life is not only detrimental years.

!r A Job Well Done and destructive to one's personalityor "Thla will be the WAVES' last a
birthday since that title will pass
real self, but it is a constant nerve- J1flriuiqAt
with the emergency so with .
i Comdr. Edith L. Stallings, Women's Reserve racking strain. 'CONGRATULATIONS' and

Director of the 7th Naval District and The effort to be impressive by actingor 'WELL DONE' let me urge those Ids Read Station and Mastin Chapels,Avenue Blrmlnfhsm

: the Naval Air Advanced Training Command, being unnatural tends to wreck nerves of you who can-legislation pert 1

t has received orders to report in August to and to destroy effectiveness. To develop mltting the Naval-to Reserve assume your and places continueto in 0730-Holy Communion Prettitanl Cbmlaln J.1

t the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for gracefully and naturally, we must exercisethe give our Navy the excellent B. C. Gilbert 1

Air for duty as his Women's Reserve Rep- qualities of character and traits of service and support that has char- 0930-NATTC Service-Chaplain J, F. {s
Olson.
resentative and for additional duty as Wom personality which belong to us and not to acterized the W.A.V.E.S." ii
Service-Cbaplala B.
en's Reserve Representative for the Bureauof those we see in someone else. -.;....-..-- ----- 1043bcritne C 14,'

Aeronautics. Not to be natural is to admit failure.A Answer To TOtlay's I'lIzzle Divine Services for Colored Personnel; ,.

Comdr. Stallings' efficient and gracious man resorts to copying others either be- Building 804 J"'
t 1430 Chaplain B. C. Gilbert. "
handling of her many and varied administrative cause he feels inferior to his associates and Ol ("

duties since she reported to this stationin surroundings or because he realizes he has S NTp NATi 0700-Ma Catholic ,

December, 1942, her ability to get along not developed his own potentials as he I A i OflOO-Mass.

with everyone, as well as her firm belief in should have. To escape reality as he knowsIt Go BAR N Gi 1100-Mass. 3

r the anonymity of WAVES as such, has exists, he decides to bury the thing he is ova o ABM TA flT HOC-Sunday Christian! Small Science Chapel.Service ,
J the respected she and become else i g
earned her highly place something An Outdoor Nursery for small chit
holds in this Command and the recognition Let us examine ourselves as individuals. I S G'S dren and 1200.Is maintained between 01)00)

this new appointment represents. We may enjoy some success in fooling oth- Lr 5 o Week-day Religions Services

Her statement on the occasion of the ers, but what we actually are will not sell 0 0E Jewish fellowship Keligioui bervice Hour and }

r WAVES fourth birthday which appears else- itJ fflf out to fancy or exaggerated imagination. t 5 ATOE 1800-,Friday in the Small Chapel. .

where in the Jax Air News is a reflection of "As a man thinketh in his heart, so 1900-Wedneoada1-)4utual Latter Day Saint Service Meeting, ia

i her devotion to a program which she and is he." a oa Small Chapel.

:. women like her have made possible. Chaplain Robert L. Stamper. }
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\J SUPPLY DCPT. INVENTOR ? SUPPLY Shop Committees To Be Aided 1'



ALLIES In Performance Of Their i DutiesWith .

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election' time drawing near, and with everyone

4 ready to cast ballots for their shop committeemen this ;.

140 liy CLARA E. SPEER seems like a good time to point out some of the privileges :

With so many great open spaces of these representatives in the exercise of their duties. .

and so few telephones left in the Shop committees may present pertinent matters relat-

i Supply melancholy Department atmosphere, there in existsa all injr to working relationships in the department to the headof ,ri

the subordinate
s. sections. It did not help that feel- department or 1
who he
ing any to observe all those tele- supervisors may designate.
These officials may be either of- Inspecting .1
phone instruments lined up on the
ficers civilian Com-
counters on their way out! or personnel.
mitteemen are not permitted, TheInspectors
Engine Parts regretted very however, to take up such matters .
much the death of Joe Morris
,
with leadingmen or quartermen.In 1 .J.Ji
their former supervisor, whom addition, the committees may
they held in high regard. He died refer matters to the Commanding 1

in Hendersonville, N. C. and was Officer with the knowledge of the i HELEN C. BURNETTE .;
buried in Orange Park, Florida. head of the department.A I
Anyone the -
passing by Propeller
A romance had been blossoming I
in our midst in Shipping Division.It reasonable amount of govern- Shop around noon on Tuesday of ....
" ment time during working hours last week would have wondered "
culminated in the marriage of
I will be allowed committeemen for at the commotion. Inspector Carl- J
Ann Beasley and Ens. Oscar A.
the drawing up of requests and son was on the receiving end of a j
Dunn on July 12th in All Saints
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recommendations as well as for I good spanking given by fellow-
the
Chapel. Following a
ceremony I hearings. This will not prejudice workers. It seems that this was ::1If
reception was held in the home of
I their efficiency standings. I given in commemoration of his ;j
II the bride's parents Stock con-
When legitimate committee business first wedding anniversary.Mrs. .
I trol regrets the resignation I of Bob I J
-- -" -"""- requires shop committee Thelma Maloney and her
Hudson, who is entering the refrigeration -
JACK F. MOCCIA IS pictured here with the holder he devisedto business Since Ord- members to leave their work, they I husband William T. :Maloney are .j
cut down the time needed to set teeth on bandsaws. The holder nance has been transferred to must first obtain permission from vacationing in Hopkinsville, Kentucky :'J

Is! adjustable and handles saws of various lengths. Stock Control, Gunner 'Davis and their leadingmen or other imme- and we know they will enjoy '

Alma Timmins are being welcomedInto diate supervisors. The granting of the visit with relatives, as wellas J

$70 Richer their "big happy family" this permission will depend upon get a long-earned rest. ']

Harold Diggett (Stock Control) is the urgency and character of the H. W. McElroy, inspector of j

now the proud 1 ossessor of a work being performed by each Small Surfaces, is away on leave, '
Jack Moccia's Bandsaw
J
granddaughter, born July llth He shop committeeman. It should be moving his family from Coldwa- ,

has four grandsons; so he is thrill- remembered that this privilege ter, :Mississippi to Jacksonville. We

Holder Wins Him Award ed over a girl Lexie Courson must not be abused by the submis- know he will be happy to have his i
(Stock Control) is away on a two- sion of trivial matters nor does it family with him down here, and .

week vacation visiting friends in bestow on committee! members the hope they will enjoy their new .;,
Knoxville, Tenn. right to leave their work on gov- home. "
1 Just so you don't forget there is such a thing as a ernment time to consult with each 1
Stock Control is glad Bill Nel- Chief Dickson and Mrs. Dickson 1
Beneficial this station which
Suggestion really
program on other or with other employees on
son is back after a tonsillectomy celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary
pays off for ideas, here is another winner. Paul Etheredge and Harry matters not directly relating to the last week. One could "y

Jack F. Moccia thought the men in the Supply joiner Kersey of Inventory were both in the work or the working where conditions are em-in never tell that they have been married ,.1

hop were having too much trouble trying to keep band- St. Vincent's Hospital at the same ployed.In department. they that long because he still acts j
time recently, but neither was like a bridegroom. 1
straight when they were being set so he devised a
saws order that shop committeesmay ,
aware that the other was there. L. E. Partin, inspector in the
handsaw holder which keeps the saw taut as the teeth" are They went for appendicitis and sinus best serve their purpose, all Plating Shop, is recuperating froman

being set. operations Stock Control employees are urged not only to appendectomy. We hear that he

The holder is adjustable and can has been missing Betty Calvin, participate In the coming election, is doing fine and will soon be with 'f
but to utilize the committees
who was in an auto accident fully 1
be used for any length saw. It re us again.
consists of two wheels which re- INSIDE cently. Just around the corner afterward.All Elsie Milburn, clerk typist in

volve as the bandsaw is drawn from her home, the car door swung assistance possible will be the main Inspection Office, Is vacationing y
through the setter. The position of PUBLIC WORKSVIRGINIA open and out went Betty. She's rendered the shop committees, and in Seattle, Washington.

the wheels is moved to make allowance suffering mostly from a sprained heads of departments will provide Plane trips are no novelty in her

I for the length of the saw. K. WALPOLE I ankle and bruises Requisitionand necessary clerical help, stationeryand life these days. ,
It be handled and Order Section is welcoming other equipment as may be re-
by one man
can I Juanita Wise who hunts up the The one-sided romance in the
back to work Louise Dwelle afteran quired by them upon request of
cuts the time on setting the teethof
in the Section for Office >
news Design us Aircraft Overhaul Inspection -
illness of over a week We the respective chairmen.
bandsaw to one-third the for-
a reports that the men in that sec- continue to miss Kenneth McDuf- is still on. Were it Sadie
mer time needed. tion are keeping cool by going Hawkins even ole reliable 4
Day, or
fie (Issue). His return Is still indefinite of
Moccia, whose device netted him refreshing break in the routine
swimming every day at noon in Leap Year, the gal might have a
I $70,' was reared and educated in the swimming pool near their but we hope it will be the day to get away and enjoy the chance. But, as It is, the first '".

Jacksonville, but really got away building. Sure sounds swell! Juan- soon. refreshing breezes. Why don'tmore love seems to be still holding first
"old home town" when Inventory Division reports that of us take advantage of this
from the
ita also reports that N, C. Farmer their third at at base. The pursuer might remem- ..
picnic noon Sea-
He had and our lunches '
he served wtih the Navy. opportunity spread
back from
and "Duffy" Quinn are ber the old adage, with this
plane Point last week was quite a
14 months duty in the South Pacific their vacations in North Carolina. Seventeen attended. together, enjoying nature whilewe change-Taint heart ne'er won
success. This
and Asiatic theaters.An eat?
I It that Gloria Scott and big man", ,
seems scenic spot on the bend of the St.
old-timer from the stand- AT RANDOM: Overheard in the
' point of duty here at NAS, he Mary Young (Design) have an Interesting Johns is cool and shady, and has rest room on a sweltering July Robert H. Patterson was observed --
I hobby of making earrings picnic tables and benches. It is a gazing longingly at the new .
worked in the joiner shop for two day, "Don't you just hate to thinkof '
and pins from various colored Hudson on display in the show-
years before he entered the Navy, I winter coming?" Have you a.
sea shells. We hear that Gloria hind a new mustache. room downtown. A new Hud-
and came back to the same job as I noticed Anna Conrad's new hair-
brought some of her pieces out to Business in the File Room has son would look very nice, with
soon as he was discharged a cou- do? We hear husband John justcan't
the office Friday, and caused off late. it Pat. '.
they dropped considerably of you driving i
ple of months ago. get used to it! Everybodyhas
in the inland water- quite a sensation. Mr. Crumley Must be due to the fact that the Louie E. Jordan sho' wishes cErtain ,
Fly-fishing been wondering where the can-
(Mechanical Unit) was so im- three girls who were there haven't pictures could be printed in :
and rivers of Florida and
from that Oretha
ways pressed with them, he called downto been'around lately. Lecy Denmarkhas dy came Dough the JAX AIR NEWS. He had ::
deer hunting in the western part erty and Olive Dutton (Stock Con-
about the transferred to taken of the heap-big fish
see having display ComSeven; Hel- one
cf the state, take care of any trol) received "From Squadron -
lately.
photographed. (We weren't able to en Davis is enjoying a vacation in he caught, with his own line, and _,
time Moccia has.
but aside from
spare arrange it, but appreciate the interest I Chicago; and Betty Johnson was that 208, they say aren't, afraid folks will doubt his true

, a lot). called to the southern part of the they just talking. fish story, he says he has the I J

A & R News Two somewhat freak accidents state in view of the death of her I actual picture to vouch for the ,'/
occured in the department this uncle. And for some reason-three Have you heard the one about catch. .

Engineering Dh'iliion-By Fred week-both involving severely cut certain young men-one Lt. (jg), the secretary who went out and J. F. Nelen, ACMM, one of the ,

I Clyne-Lt. Carter is the "Lone fingers. Jimmie Gwynes (Mainte- one ensign, and one young fellow practiced with the baseball team recent new-comers to our depart- ,

Wolf" as far as the naval personI' nance) caught his finger In a mow- who sits across the hall-haven't because the boss told her he'd ment, comes to us from A&R.'e
nel in Engineering are concerned. ing machine-and found that the had any transactions in the File buy her a mink coat if she'd play heartily welcome him and hope ,.

I Seven ensigns and one lieutenant machine was stronger than his fin- room for quite a while. ball with him." he likes to work with us.

have gone to that happy civilian ger-as the machine just kept ongoing
life, including Ensigns Dale, Cox, And Mr. McMahon (De- RECORD BREAKERS I

I\ Smith Babcock, Ruzicka, Cooper, sign) cut his finger rather badly p ..v. .. V xMde;e( Z,
j.
Blatner and Lt. Slicton. arranging an electric fan for those '
Ex-Ensign Littlejohn has joined little cocker pups you read about

, the Engineering staff. Good luck, last week.
f!' John. We welcome Mr. St. Petery Congratulations and best wishesare
back to work after a long illnessin in order for Miriam Ellison "j

' the hospital. (Maintenance) who was married 'j

Congratulations to Paul Carmanon last Friday to H. M. Denmark. Mr. ..
his new addition to the family. Pancoast, a real old-timer in Main-
Just call him "Daddy" Carman. tenance also acquired a new son- a k v 9

And it must have been nice, Paul, in-law on Friday. Lewis Wooten, j
getting settled in your new home. who has been out because of ill- .

Those who have joined the ranks ness for several months, droppedin > '
taking well-needed vacations are to see his friends last week-. I ; I :Pi J

Mrs. White, Miss Boyett, Miss still smoking his cigar. i
Kirkland: and Mr. Lamb; they will In case you've wondered we :: v
be back soon to that "big cog," the don't have a new job order clerk : *
Engineering Department.We -it's just Jeff Mims hiding be- -.

are sorry to say "so long" to \:;
S Mr. Sutter who is getting a transfer three-week vacation with friendsin r aiV
I to Greer. Cove. Good luck on Camden, Mississippi, and Pensa-

your new job.Administration. cola,..Florida.
Personnel Florrie Strickland has been
and
'
', by Mattle Wood Ruth Brooks, spending a short vacation with her "-T : i

\ supervisor of A & R Time Section, friend, Miss Essie Lee Foster of '

will leave tomorrow for an extended Miami, at Jacksonville Beach. -4 i4
vacation. Miss Brooks will Planning Division By M. n. > 4 a x69, t r 1

make a sight-seeing tour through Wood-.A mental sight-seeing tour
several western states and Canada. would see many Planning Em- >.1

t Among the interesting cities in ployees vacationing in scenic spotsof
which she will stop are New Or- the United States. Emil Hieb

leans, La., Houston, Texas, San and Mr. Volp prefer their home ..,:.Ii]1
Francisco, Calif., and Lake Louise, state of Wisconsin, while Lewis B.
Canada. Martin. Charles E. Hoffman, and FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE three-month period, four civilians and one officer from the "

Mrs. Alta Turner a former Louis Criswell prefer to 'spend a A&R department received letters of commendation from Captain Anthony R. Brady, Station Commanding }!..i!

member of the A&R Time Section quiet vacation In Jacksonville. Officer, for "outstanding leadership, industry, and ability" in chalking vp unusually high rec- .j
visited with us*for a short Henry Breitmoser, a long-missed ords of productive! efficiency in their units. Pictured In the office of Captain Braxton Rhodes, A &:1\ r

time last week. Alta is very pleased Assembly and Repair employee, officer last week following the presentation of the commendation letters are left to right, Lt. Walter I
L with her new location at St returned last week after serving A. Stanul, management officer; C. J. Whitworth shop 1381; M. E. Gregory, shop 1335: ; Lt. (jg) -Thomas ,
Simons, Ga.Barbara with the Leathernecks Mr. Breit G. Henderson, Accesoriea Division officer; G. A. Pinholster shop 712; II. A. Burn senior 1 civilian

Merck Is spending a moser, we're glad you're back. supervisor for the Accesoriei Division; and Captain Rhodes.



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\ WHAT TO DO! WHERE TO GO! ee CONTEST TO I COM1W.! KOKLItT 1>. HKKUK:

U TAKE PLACE A new schedule for classes and

27TH AND 28THThe I Physical Training will go into effect .
MOVIE SCHEDULE shortly, The PT will be cut

NI1TTC'fllllltsn.Y Next Friday we'11 have a chanci NATTC Alrdales are prett; down to fifteen minutes of calell-W
thenics for all students, except for
busy these days building and planning
to see and hear the new oichestri
THE RP-.l-AROLTND. with Ella Raines and Rod that NATTC personnel have bee for the "Dixie States" mod* AVFun swimming. It is unfortunate

CameronIK1I. airplane contest which is to b! that the extensive programof
i"i.\nJlm.\\-LOVER COME BACK, starling Lu raving about The Av Funsters aiATTeats held in Jacksonville on the 27tl physical conditioning cannot be
> \\ AM
have been chosen t< and 28th of July.Contestants continued as it was during the war
Brent. I
Cilia Ball and George the forth \but there simply no personnelto
ADVETUHOUS.lIGHT, with Dennis O Keef< furnish the music for will be on hand from are
sLT I\y. HER coming date dance which is to taki carry it on However I would
all the Southern States, and a few
and Helen Walker. I heai like to remind all hands that the
2nd
Baxter and place the of August
Tt1tSU.SMOKY, starring Anne of the boys from the Coast and
)
.\\ AM I
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MOM th swim well is
they have a surprise for ui at < some from the North are expected ability to reasonably
Fred MacMurray: with James Warren and Nan dance The meet is to leach something that everyone should
1:&I.tY- SUNSET PASS. expected n;*
1vt:i1:\
have and Navy man
particularly a
We, are sorry that it was impossible tional meet proportions. At leas
Leslie.1Hl'K' >l VINSIDE JOB, with Preston Foster and Ann Rutherford to print the results of Wednesday 400 are expected, which puts the< There is an awful lot of water out i G
finals, Th there in the ocean and a lot of
nights boxing meet up in the big events of model -
Jax Air News was already on the airplane circles. Trophies another men have gone swimming in it

YELLOW WATER press when the finish took place prizes are afforded to winners very unexpectedly even In peacetime "

The swim meet starts tonight Anyone wishing to enter this; .

TlllrltsI.tYNO f SHOW. in home territory Here hoping meet may do so by contacting Ray: I would like to have a good area
1JMIAM) sin'\\-NIGHT AND DAY, starring Cary; NATTC makes a good name Walton at the Hobby Shop where men could work on their

Grant and Alexis Smith. There was quite a crowd at the Class A. B &: C control, (lass A cars The present designated location .
SUNII.Y' THE RUN-AROUND, with Ella Raines and Rod Cameron Fleets Inn," NATTCenters beer &: B Free Flight will be held Sun is very unsatisfactory and "

garden last Friday It was a regu day the 28th, while Rubber Power we hope to change it a little later
>IOM)\\ AM 'I'I'r::\Y-LOVER COME BACK, with Lucille lar jamboree When the decorations and Towline entries will be held! or to part of the separation center

Bill and George Brent. begin and are completed it Saturday, 27th of July. 'parking area fencing In a place
WHNhsA HER ADVENTUROUS NIGHT with Dennis ought to gain in popularity A National Airlines trip in r a and possibly making up a grease''a

OKeefe: and Helen Walker. Here's a bit of bad news: Miriam four-motored Douglas will be tin rack benches, etc That will be

1'tWItoiU.0: l isHOWTHINGS Brooks 1 ISpi i Stic, who is in charge prize for the best Exhibition Scale after the Center folds up In themeantime
and models. This trip includes a week: do the I best you tan
of the NATTC Hobby Shop
TO DO-ABOARD really the busy person behind our stay in New York with all expenses with the present area.

1700-2130, Saturday, dances, will soon become a civil paid. Congratulations to the AVFUN.STERS .
IIOIlllY bllOP :Monday through Friday The meet will start at 1000 or which is
Orchestra really
1300( -2130. New location in Bldg. 414, Wing No 1. Instructors on duty; ian Saturday, and 0930 on Sunday and into tine
developing a -
aggregation
model airplanes, and plexiglass It U rumored that a new chaplain '
for leather chaft will be over at 1800 on both daysFor will for
It
assure good music
nightly 1730-2130. Outi,)or and inside areas, will soon be assigned to this the first time in Florida, a
Bi:1It: 11.-\1.1.! Open needed, because our dances in the future when the
base He s sorely awarded to the
will be
avaIlable. plaque
Sandwiches and snacks that he is Sep Senders are no longer here
auditorium daily,, Chaplain Andrews, now
01'I'ICKKs' KKKh\ION: HOOlIn open Club having the best entries and
for time to
alone has been pressed
and lounge available taking: the most prizes.
a,)j pool
ping the -
I' of
behind Ship's Service available to all attend to the problems personel Over $1.000\ in prizes will be presented MEN WITH ABILITYTO
Six alleys
ItO\\MMi" he
Handicapped, though
Saturday 17002130. Free bowling if you to the winners and the Airdales -
personnel Monday through boy*. may be, it is a well known fact that plan to cop most of them II GET PROMOTIONS
for
lOc a line pin willing
:set your own pins Chaplain Andrews is always not all
MODU. AlUl'l.XNK ('LUlliNATTC: ( Airdales) Meets Saturday to give help to all who need Herltpg, Field i has been chaser 'IN[ POSTWAR NAVY

horning at 1030 in Auditorium: BldgIIKOOM at' and ask for (it. Keep it up Chaplain for this meetJuke i '
K.\ DANCE: I.\s'it-Every: : Monday and Wednesday I < SEA)-Though the needs of the
the Hostess House Beginners class 1900 to 2000 Advanced class. II I postwar Navy. greatly reduce in

;2000!( to :2100 between i Box Review size are limited, piomotlons both
No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House the: enlisted and commissioned

tries'* hauis, I Dr. G. Saute I Is Name For glades will be given in the (postwar -
1M3hlNG-Pool No Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Officers Navy to those who have the

Groups-Children must be accompanied by parent ability to make go.>d. The schooling
Family
*.. Monday Couples through Saturday 0900 to 2100 Sunday 1230 to 2100\ To Speak On NATTC DanceLast and training that ultimately ,'
Male Personnel only-Enlisted and Officers. Mon may lead an enlisted man to a
2-For
Pool l No
0900 to 1100 1200 to 1100 1500 to IbOO and 1700\() Friday Date-Dance wasuch (:commission. found to be valuable
Friday.
day through Atomic that the NATTCenter -
2100 Energy a success will be continuedby
to 210)" 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to is another during the war,
Saturday Welfare sponsoring
sunset Saturday and] the Navy so far as possible
lOOO to
WH.r. Station Course, daily from one The Juke Box Review Is
Sunday from OJOO-1700! Open to all personnel. Clubs available at Gear The next speaker on the Educational scheduled to take place on the 2nJ About ll'VSOO( men have been assigned -

Cocker in S oa hside of NATTC Auiit >rmm. :Monday through Saturday Lecture Series will be Dr. of August in the NATTC Auditorium to the V-12 program since

-1000.170). Sunday 1030-1700Ml i George Saute professor of Mathematics The tables around the it was initiated in July.1913. From
band,, of Georgia : that date until September 1915, approximately -
interested in joining the newly organized I of the University dame floor made such a hit that
[ :Ml: Anyone should be 24,oJI( enlisted men
lecture
Dr. Saute's used as
; to be again
sandals at Barracks 13 I they re going
contact Training BUg of particular Interest because his New decorations were transferred from duty with
available at Physical I part of the atmosphere.
IF.NMs: Racquets and balls the fleet to V-12 About 18,800 men
subject is one of wot Id-wide importance of unusual pattern are being :
.13 and Sunday I He has chosen for his planned. Refreshments other received curnmisuions on completion -

HOMKss( : 1 lot's J:-Open daily 1500 to 2100.relatives Saturday\ and guests i topic, "Atomic Energy,' 'a subject than cokes will be served. And to of the V-5 program as Naval
:
110'> 11\ 2100 For NATTC enlisted personnel through which should arouse and hold the make It convenient for all, busses Reservists, aril 10,300 received
NXllt I.IKK.\K\'-Located in Auditorium.1230 Open to Monday 2100. I interest of many. Dr. Saute will will leave the Auditorium at 2100] Marine Corps commissions underthe
rrldllIJJ.U to 2100: Saturday and Sunday- Training lecture this Friday the 26th at I for Jacksonville via Ortega and) same program.
A'1111.1'1'I: GhVH: --A\ailable.at Gear Locker, Physical 1500 in the NATTC Auditorium, I Roosevelt Blvd I Qualifications for entry' into the

Depaitment, Bldg. 513SUl"l'li.tl.l.Games Intramural Softball League are played, Last week's speaker was Dr. W Music will be furnished by an up above programs are available at
in the 1700 J. Carleton, professor of The Political I and coming new band, NATTCatsof I any personnel office In addition to
every week-dav night beginning at Sciences of the Universityof I the Av. Fund School An unusual I the above numbers, many temporary -

GOASHOREJ.t'K4)N1'II.LE I Florida. Dr. Car leton's lecture : program is planned by the Or- USN officers have been accepted
WHERE TO
I warrant,
on Political Democracy proved to crestra as permanent

1U:..tCliSBuses: leave at frequent intervals be of interest to all."Won't I So, Sailors, get your dates now,, I commissioned warant and commissioned -

bus station at Clay and Adams < sam e as Navy), Surf bathing I : don't wait, because Ills for couples I ofncers
new
from
I
beaches. Bus wife hit the ceiling only
driest
of worlds ocean your
at one I
other recreation
and when you get home tonight' I. asp A true music lover is a man wh

fare 25c East Church Street I "She probably will She's a heck A hula dancer is a shake In the upon hearing a feminine soprano x"V
: 101
>U;.:,\O\ i CKMKKS:MiHilk.it: at HOsihv 122: West llOlsr Forsyth, Street; 311 West Duval of a shot"! grass, ------- I in the bath puts his ear to the key,,",

DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street
Street USOOMENS Cedar River on San MAGIC IS THE MOONLIGHT
llsllINO, .AM BOATING:
( ,\ (H'ING: ,
Juan A\enue Take Lake Shore Buy\ three blocks from last stop on

San Juan. How Boats -two hours, 50c: canoes-$100 per hour; motorboats

$2.00 per hour five to eight people per boat S ..CI
IIH( u\tK: HIVING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA.

BLES. Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay B a '
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Opportunies Are Many And Varied 4r
"'v E a wrx

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Almost everyone experiences. at :). What are some ">f the sourcesof T

some time or other, the desire to information!

start in business for himself. This SMALL BUSINESS id a title

desire U based on the hope of becomnig afiflied to a single retail store a __
independent It is easiert dry-cleaning establishment, a machine -
.
start in business In the United shop, or some other type of

States than in most other countries business that. can be operated Conveniently :
although it is true that organizing I i by one 01' a few IndividuaU .

' a new enterprise become Although combinations and + .0
mor difficult as ou.' economic mgnopjlies in some branches: of '4
arid financial\ relations become 'industry and business have made r"f

more complicated. Many businessmen it mote difficult for small enter

fail and lose what money they pilses! to begin operations, there I. j. .

\. have put into their enterprises; are constantly new opportunitiesto .
day stories of the success start into business Many of t
yet every of new business projects are ou. present large businesses have --iAG;: c IS Tilt MOONMOIir And it must be, for if you've heard anyone talking about f

heard Here are some important begun as small enterprises Opportunities ( the! Moonlight Dance last Friday night, you'11 know they were more than just & little bit under Ha

must answered are opening day spell
stionj that be. every
]u<* : 'can't"blame them Being the first all-date dance at the Auditorium, it was all that ('
,Before starting a new business: I As long a-s people need to buy But then, you
soft romantic decorations, smooth rhythm and cozy tables bordering the dance
1. What are the fundamentals foul( shelter clothing and amusement Its name implied: lights
for the success of a new I there will be opportunitiesin ( I flxir In addition there were corsages for the girls, and an excellent variety of refreshments
;necessary usiness enterprise? I business Giving out with the "croon tunes" and "jumping jive" with equal enthusiasm, the Sep Senders

Educational Services Officer were doubly appreciated Friday night, for the Moonlight Dance wan one of the last appearances of this
of the essentials The
2. What are some has talented group Many thanks would b" too few for their part in making! our NATTC dances more
NATTC a
501 ,
of organizing a new busings Building
of books on the Or- enjoyable
I limited supply
enterprise first and successful date-dance' Miriam
Certainly deserving of bouquets for NATTCenter's very are
of The
anJ
3. What are some of the pitfall ginU3ti>n Operation the Dance Commitee. Members of this hard
Business They will Brooks, (SpSlc( ) and M. S. liulse, Chairman of working
t<. 1x5 avoided in organizing a husitress Small valuable to if you are interested prove. crew are: W, J. Schroeder, J. C, Nesbit, T (I. Brown, Al Stevens, Bill Stevens, II, F\ Kirk, E. Cross

? In starting you own business I H R. Springston, Rick" Staudenmaier, G. J. gusto, B. Erisman, Bill Sweeney, J R. McGarrity, J. C
rests 4, What are the chanced! of aria.t your sturm, all of AEM Scbool. WAVES assisting were M Scheurman!! B.: Otborn,


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From Aviation Fundamental 1 1I
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II) S. K. (.RA HAM ARM2/C I It>' L, A. IUt.ll'l'\llIm! Mr

The first TKO, of the N.A.T T.
Since the Naval School, Aviation -
Cen boxing tournament took place
Fundamentals, (Class P) was I I
Chiefs Burchfield and Brunerare I in the semi-finals Monday night. --
. beginning tri' look and act commissioned in December, 1045, when Tony Compagnone rapped it it.-

alike more every day. At least it has been under the supervisionof out on Rob Rogers face and body.

I' this is the word being passed at of Officers-in-Charge. Thpresent e Tony held this upper hand through.

1 present One Is a radio bug (much Offlcer-ln-Charge (Act out most of the bout, and finishedit
PIO the annoyance of Cecil Field ing) came to NATTCenter in February up in the closing seconds of the

housing) and the other is just I 1946, third round.

tups., Their hats were also pur- I Some fourteen years ago his naval The boys are having a wonderful .

rlia-s d at the same place. Don't career began aboard the bat time, while putting on a bang-

blame us we just print It. tleship U.S.S, Oklahoma, After up show for the spectators, and

It's hard to find the source of a year aboard her, this officer was the competition is as keen as it R
any rumor- thats a known fact. : assigned to Patrol One In Pearl can be, All of them have their :

But can anyone put us straight Harbor, where he spent three eyes on the prizes offered for the

on where a certain barber heard I> years His next assignment was winners !

the bum and malicious dope that aboard the U.S.S, Ranger; and The first bout of the eveningwas r ,'-,. ,

spurred him to buy; up all the surplus from there he went to the Panama a fast moving and exciting
flak-suits Canal Zone with Patron Three display of boxing between Jack ,4 .

Padre Delchamps is holding In that billet he advanced to Baldwin and Claud Armstrong,

sway in his office each noon, and ''AOM2/c and AOM1 c. A tour Baldwin came out on top by a decision -

the usual barbershop bull sessionis of duty at Norfolk in Patron fif- b ;
beginning to look ragged. People tj-four came after the Canal Zone, The third bout showed hard and a

will have to hustle their own and from Norfolk our present Of- rapid flurries by both Ron Bondyand

listeners and cease this pilfering ficer-ln-Charge (Acting) was assigned Pat Matassin, however, Bon-
of other activities audiences The I to an Ordnance Service dy literally pulled a decision from

"Re\'t'rt nd's" followers are not in School It was at NAGS, Yellow Matassini during the Jut half of

the know as yet. Therefore, leta Water. that Mr. Dill was comrhis- the second round and the biggest
word to the wise be sufficient.The part of the third.

"High Sheriff" (Chief To- I Dick Ayraud won a sizzling
mazin) was seen with another split decision from Fisher of Yellow
Thief and a luscious little senori- I Water in the fifth contest' of
the Both showed
a. I m sure you 11 see the point. program men
'TIs rumored the sheriff went a fast and shifty brand of leather-
home early ."..11".1...'" ",,'f'..... ''''

There is an unhappy question Bob McDonough and Pierce Tra-
circulating these days. We quote: vis took a face full of each other s .

"What hit the fan ?" unquote gloves In the seventh tangle and 1

We have problems of our own McDonough came out on top by a 1

these days. Problems and prob decision
\ lems. We would like to know I I The last bout of the evening, between

just what happens toT all the old .Jack Schebreis of California
and discarded lost week-ends, and Dan Lemon from Pennsylvania

Right now it looks like they stand ; was a bone-jarring exhi-
'' bition of hard, fast blows. These 1
inspection and then to
t i try; get 1I' \
few sets of skivvies at small slort's.I I two men put every ounce of their

Two men are known to have existed ,t one-ninety plus pounds into each ;
,
I'I on naught but discarded try and plenty of them landed on s ?

hits cast away by' the weak, worn, I I'I both sides Schebries won by a
' disabled and lame that struggled. stoned Ensign. Before Mr. Dill fairly close margin and he foughtall w
lost i I left Yellow Water he was advanced the way to win It.
and labored in vain, Gentlemen -
to Lieutenant (jgt.) His A large crowd attended the
the rigors of wartime were I
'I nothing next assignment was with a squadron semi-finals and the ones who went

Our tried and true custodians of of 10'.U's; namely VF-OTU-5:> away feeling that they had not

the brew locker took off in A A short stay there was followedby seen an evening chuck-full of excitement
| a tour of duty with CASU 54,
matched race to Cecil Field Housing and thrills \\eie few and
where Lieutenant Dill ( now senior far between So' let's take our
immediately lifting of
their restriction upon Hose won, but grade: ) served! as Ordnance hats off to these men who are 7jj

'tis to be remembered'that he'j Officer. willing to stage these bouts for .

been' married but a short time Ii I IIt Upon arriving at NATTCenter, the entertainment of personnel and
I Lieutenant Dill !became Buildingand their guests. Lt't's also hope that
a a bird, its a plane, its Mose ...
Cllmlillngs: !! Phase Officer at Hangar 525:> the boxing smokers and tournaments -
where most of the classes in rate continue to be as splendidand
'I tie last of the
wcbepone reserves -
Indoctrination are 'onduC'ted."hl'n i full of good sportsmanship! as ''/
are clue to leave ,
any day the AvFund curriculum was extended they have been up to date.
now It has been figured out b,1thf' I
to include three weeks gunnery The umpires for the Tuesday ". ..
Mathematicians aboard
that
a instruction at NAGR Yellow night semi-finals were Lt. Mc- e
child of twelve could stay in the
Water, a liaison officer was needed Achren and Lt. Comdr Gallagher,
outfit three days and out _
get on _
between Sinibaldi continuedhis mn
that base and this while Chief Al
J )lnt.s. But O'Brien is still withus Boat 1t Cn I.o.t t I...
and he's lacking points Thehappy ; Lieutenant Dill was the officer selected part aa referee 1 Jllc'k Baldwin CllOud Armstrong lieci.ion. Jr. M.W.
At.rrt'/Ient: Mr. Dill has 2 Leo LuqllNle Roy Gr a)son<< .. . Decision1'W. 4
day is nigh succeeded Lt. Comdr. Manson as 3 Rn Bondy tat Mlllllulni ,. Decision Jr. MW ...
This is our first time at trying IAc.rin House Passes Dill 4 Rob M..GlolhJln John 'Rllol . . Decision1W\ ,j
to Officer-m-Charge ) Na'al'S'hools. 5 nlc'k A\raud 1"trher . .. .. Decislon Jr. MW \I
please' all and sundry in writing Aviation FundamentalsClass Liberalizing NSLI 6 Ton} t omaanone Bob Ri.peis. T. K. O.
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this column, and it will undoubtedly ( P1). 7 Bob: Metonou h h-rre Peaces : : : :: : : : Decision'lJ.\"t.:' .
be our last when the !: I iSEAi I Lump sum pajmentsfor It l t'rl1f' Columbine Kenneth Morgan .. Decision I..H.W, ;
f Editor To the men now going through beneficiaries and other liberalizing 9 Vtxit f'1I\f'nJiNt AnhimThiiy . .. .. P\.lon. H.W.
gets holds of it. Can we ,' AvFund Lieutenant Dill has this amendments to the National 10 Jack N'hf'bllt'. tan Lemon .,. . Dt>('IsJn( H.W.
help It if we ME'n.t neat
to say : land, mates, this comes Service Life Insurance Art of 1940 The NATT Cen boxing tour- ret of NATT. Cen Chic AI
Hoping to find very few suits from an officer who knows: ) embodied in a bill i HR 6371)) I
are nament with Monday Sinabaldi refereed
fcr opened a tang the outs, .1
libel and slander and also .
hop- They (AvFund Students) should that has been passed bv the HOlsl"I night. Due to weather conThe I exciting highlight of the '
ing we won't have to toil at this I
realize that this school is the equivalent and now is pending in the ditions the eliminations were held evening came in the fourth tussleat
again, we quit! !! !
---- of three years naval aviation Under the present law, payments I the NATT. Cen. Auditorium i: when ships cook Richard Beck ]

service that the average enlisted to beneficiaries are madein : A large and enthusiastic audience won a decision from Av, Fun.
ath man would have experiencedin small< monthly amounts over an I wedged itself into the building to'' Student Harry :McHaffie. McHaf-
English ,
pre-war years. This is true extended period. The full amount watch the felloes slug it out AIfie was down for the count of :'

whether or not a man goes on of the policy would, under the new I I though there were no knock-outs, nine once during each of the three '
: lasses Start Soon from here to class 'A' school bill, be given the beneficiary in the ten bout card furnished plt'nrounds, Beck has a hard fast flurry -

Lt Dill's statement shows how one payment if such method of I Ipa.m'nt of thrills and excitement for i ry of lefts and rights which he
, Under the sponsorship of the Ed- was specified by the insured -
I I''definitely naval aviation is an ev everyone; j, used to good advantage Monday
cational Services there will oe ,
of the service. The judges were Lt McAchren, nipht.
er-growing arm
classes conducted is different sub \\hat do mates?!' Let'skeep Among other provisions of the I of Yellow'ater, and CSPA BenI. The total results are as follow
you say ;
consideration {
jects for those who find time legislation under are IVoul W US> Ix.ct
l with it1! ('Iau| \
and interest to attend. The coursesto growing the following: 1 Ro (;11\n Manuel Ix-nwood Decision l \\'.W 114
2 Jack: Baldwin hvUnaUntk . '
} Decision
start are College) Algebra Trig. 1. Permission' to designate any Jr MW :

enometry, English and converla-I IT s. heaps Azores Itasea person or organization as the ben- 4 3 Jim Richmd i Tretp Bf<'k ll Pud rraM"IH.ifl; ': :: ..: : Decision Decision: : L FVA.,:VA:: "

tional German ( SEA) -- Under an agreementwith ('flela r)'. 5 Fat NlHUIxKlnl' bob: Mcdlclhlln .... Decision Jr MW
tors have bene chosen to conduct Portugal, the United States 2. Coverage for men whose insurance fIAn\ LIUlufllt| F Saunders . ..... Df'dsl<>n VA....... '.
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7 T('CimiHKone Boh Kcyers ... .. Decision M... ::
r these classes. Interested and ambitious : and Great Britain will continue to lapsed because of admin.Istrath'e -
,
: f Herb Michael Ex h Lnmhert . .. Decision M.VA.
personnel may contact Lt use bases In the Azores Mainte- technicalities 11 Walt Dacenrvt Anhy folly .. .. Decision H VI .
Comdr C. K. Warner for further I nance of occupation forces abroad 3. Review by the courts, of 10 Irle, Aims Lloyd Buinwell . Decision, L H.W.
4. information in regards to time and' ,will be aided by use of the Atlantic claims turned down bj the Veterans --
I {'lace. Islands. I Administration No matter what you say, there's '!
1 -_ -- --I:( SERVICE PERSONNEL I many a stern look aimed at girls .r

'! NATTCENTERS AQUATIC HOPEFULS INVITED TO PARTYAll in slacksAdvertisement' .. .

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service personnel have been in a St Louis I

J invited to a special "Nitc Club" newspaper "Bulldog for sale! ; eats :.

party Saturday' evening at the anything: very fond of children, '
Jewish Center at 3rd and Silver \

Sts. by the USO-JWB Thf're.wi1l. I I
be a 10-act floor show, a buffet There once was a maid from Siam
supper and dancing. who said to her lover young Kiam,

--,,-- -- If you kiss me, of course,

I JAX AIR NEWS You'll have to use force, .
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NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL But, of course, 'ou're stronger-
than I am. '
f wR TRAINING CENTERC .V

kln Ford N TYyUr, USN,
(4,mmMnillnir Bride, "I'm sick of marriage! ,''i
Commander Hubert r, i lll*., USN, Bill hasn's kissed me once slnct I .:
Fxeeutire
a came back from my honeymoon.
Editorial Offices for NATTC
Section, Rooms 137 and 1J8, Friend "Why don't you divorce
him
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s for the forthcoming Swimming Meet which is to take place heir at the Indoor pool beginning this Arlhnr 1Kr A sign in a tavern reads; "Our ,
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THE BIG DATE IS AT HAND. The Naval Air Training Athletic Conference SpA)2c( ) famed NATTC diver, in mid-air as he shows the flawless form which mad-
Swimming Championships begin today at 0930 in the huge indoor pool at Enterpriseand .
him a champion In a year's time. Lower right--Pretty Ruth Ylc
Hoerger, will do
Gillis. In the upper left hand corner is a view of the exterior of the building
I housing: the natatorium. Upper right-Scenes like this will be repeated many times some fancy exhibition diving for the crowds at the meet. Ruth was crowned the I

during the two-day meet today and tomorrow as swimmers poise at the pool's edge, State Diving Champion of Florida at the age of seven, and has since added to her
ready to plunge in for the big race. Lower left-The camera catches Bruce Harlan, laurels by capturing other competitions.
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Swimmers And Divers From 14 Naval Air HAS Flier Netmen


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I Activities!!! !. d r }Will _Compete In Two-Day_ Meet Field Flier On netmen SundayThe will face *


f f will be churned to a frothy white i strating the training that was given the team trophy award Friday" 1. 1-00 meter back stroke time I strong Maxwell Field tennis foe
today and tomorrow as 165 swimmers naval personnel during the war.I night at the conclusion of the trials. this Sunday on the Air Station
and divers from 11 naval air I An Underwater Demolition Team I meet. Rear Admiral Ralph E. Da- t 5. 200 meter free style trials. Courts as the Alabama squad
activities fight it out for top hon- from the Atlantic Amphibious vison, Commandant of the Seventh I 6. 150 meter medley relay time engagement
plays a return in
ors in the Naval Air Training Ath- Forces will thrill the spectators as' Naval District and Chief of Naval trials. an
letic Conference Swimming Cham- they actually blast a log obstruc- Air Advanced Training is sched- Thursday! Night-2000 attempt to, avenge the shellack-
pionships. struction from the pool. I uled to present the trophy to the 1. Under water Demolition ing the NAS netmen gave them
There'll be plenty of fast competition An exhibition of synchronized winning relay team. Team. I last July 15th on their home
I comedy, fancy diving anda swimming-the type made famous I Other officials who will take 2. 50 meter free style finals. I grounds. The matches will be
colorful aquacade on the menu. in Billy Kose's Aquacade-will be part in awarding the various med- 3. 100 meter back stroke finals. played on the Brig Courts at 1100
And visitors to the station for the I provided in a water ballet by the I als are Captain Anthony R. Bra- 4. Water Survival Exhibition. The undefeated NAS racquet-
big event will find that every ef- Aquacade Octette of Miami. The dy, Commanding Officer of NAS 5. 200 meter free style finals. wielders traveled to Maxwell
fort has been made to make their girls from the Miami Swimming Jacksonville; Captain Ford N. 6. Aquacade. Field on the 15th to tangle with a
stay a pleasant one. I Club have scored a smash hit i Taylor, Commanding Officer of the 7. One meter (low board) diving tough Army Air Force Team.
j\. station. puiiL-fiiiun., Will'u _ue on wherever they have appeared. I Naval Air Technical Training Cen- finals. Although the Fliers met the toughest -
duty at the Main Gate to direct Ruth Hocrger. Ylc, will givean 'ter; Captain John Vest of the 8. Comedy Diver. competition so far this year
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the public to the pool, located at exhibition of fancy diving. Entering CNO's office Washington; Comdr. 9. 150 meter medley relay fi- they came through with four wins
Enterprise and Gillis. Signs will be competition at the age of I Paul E. Emrick, NAS Executive nals. out of six possibles.In .
found all along the route as well seven Ruth captured the State Officer; Comdr. Robert P. Beebe, Friday l\IorniJ1/r-0930/ the first singles match, liil
as station police to direct the traf- Diving Championship of Florida NATTC Executive Officer; Comdr. 1. 400 meter time trials. ly Smith, top NAS tennis star
fic to further insure guests find- In 1935 and 1936 she was runner- I Warren P. McGuirk, Physical Jo'rillln'llrrJa'' On-1130 out-rallied Corp. Demus to the
ing the pool without trouble. Men up in the Senior National Platform Training and Welfare Officer of i 1. 100 meter free style time tune of 6-3, 6-4. In the second sin
will be stationed in the parking lot Diving Meet. In addition to her NAS; Comdr. J. W. Dougherty of' trials. gles match, Leonard Warren, the a.
adjoining the pool to facilitate the diving crowns, Ruth holds a FlorIda Washington head of Naval Avia- 2. 100 meter breast stroke time Flier captain, was defeated in a
I parking of the hundreds of autos State Free Style Champion- tion Physical and Military Train- trials. hotly-contested match 6-3, 6-4,
xpected. Ample provision is also ship was a member of the National ing Program; Comdr Richard 3. Three meter (high board) Alex Stanek of NAS was defeated I
being made in the way of seating Champion Swimming Team Burns of Pensacola; and Lt. fancy diving preliminaries. by Lt. Col. Stubbs of the Army
accomodations inside. in 1935, and Junior and Senior Na- Comdr. J. J. Gallagher, NATTC 1. 200 meter relay time trials. squad in a big 3-setter 6-1, 8-10, ..
tional Women's Long Distance; Athletic Officer. 6-3. Scott Fillcbrown of NAS, held
Seats will be set aside not only in 1937. Friday Nlglil-2000
Champion Together with down the fourth
singles, however
Here Is the and orderof ,
for visitors, but for naval program
person- her sister Helen, she won the events: 1. Under water Demolition and defeated Sgt. Pender 8-6, 7-5.
nel as well. Sections will be
clear- Florida State Water Ballet Team.
championship In the two doubles matches, the
marked with Thursday l\Iornlng-Q930
ly signs. 2. 100 meter free style finals. ,Jax netters teamed up to win both
While the actual meet has been Frank Snarely of Miami will 1. One 'meter (low board) div- 3. 100 meter breast stroke finals contests. In the first doubles, Smith
designed primarily for the average provide the. comedy relief lie iswellknown ing preliminaries. and Warren worked against beau
J Navy swimmer and diver, otherevents 1n oouthern Florida for Thursday \ltrrnolln-1500 4. Water Survival Exhibition. tiful net volleying from Corp. De-
have been scheduled to add his participation in aquatic shows. 1. 50 meter free style heats. 5. 400 meter free style finals. mu3 and Col. Evans to win 8-6,
spice and variety to the program. Local jiaVAl! l officials and many 2. Exhibition of 30 minutes by 6. Aquacade. J-l.) In the second doubles match. -
t A water survival unit from the visiting <$fflerawill be on hand qualifying divers, one meter (low '1 7. Three meter (high board) Stanek: and Fillebrown proved too(
Navy Pre-Flight School at Ottumi for
wa, Iowa, will perform on Thurs D: Wagner Cltlef:"of- Naval Air 3. :50 meter free style semi-fi- 8. Comedy Diver. ender by taking them 6-3 2-6 !

1 .y and Friday eveningsdemon- Training.01: "JU..,'.:>*",pected to present nals. 9. 200 meter relay finals 61.Page .

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