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Creation Date: August 1, 1946
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1 Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training CommandU.

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



I WAS COPS TROPHY NAS Jox laces Second S





a v ,s eF In Two-Doy Swim Meet



Ottumwa Pro-Flight Snares Team

fI f Trophy In Hotly Contested Event

I + r NAS Jacksonville played host to the first annual Naval

i. Air Training Athletic Conference Swimming Championshipslst
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(._ 'pi.,. : Thursday and Friday, and like a good host should, failed -
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all the
to outdo guests.
Aquatic aces from the Davy{ Pre-Flight School at Ot.

tumwa Iowa captured a majority of the events to roll up
= 50 points and the
< ------- -- ----- walk off with
::1I team trophy. NAS Jacksonvillewas
Congress Agrees On a close second with 41 points,
while NATB Pensacola garnered
Terminal Leave Bill third place laurels with 27 points.
Other team scores were NATTC:
\ For G.I.'s VeteransServicemen Jacksonville-20; NAS Ft. Lauderdale -
f4 f4L -18, NAS Memphis-16,
and women of World NAS Banana River-5, NAS Glen-
War II may be richer by an esti- view-4, NAS St. Louis-3, and
mated $2,400,000,000 as the resultof NATTC Ward Island. Corpus
a terminal leave pay bill which Christi-2.
r was agreed upon Tuesday by a Results of Thursday'a events included -
Senate-House conference committee :
in Washington. 50 Meter Free Style-Won by O.
S. Hallett, NAS Jacksonville; J. D.
The to do with the inequities -
plan away
Corse, NAS Jacksonville, second;
which exist in regard to L Morgan, NATB Pensacola,
unused leave time between offi- third.

cers and enlisted personnel has 100 Meter Back Stroke-Won by
been under consideration for some J. Harvey, NAS Ft. Lauderdale;
time. It ran into snags when the D. Paul, Ottumwa Pre-Flight sec-
House voted for cash paymentsfor ond; A. S. Shepard, NAS Jacksonville I
terminal leave reimbursementas third.
is the case for officers while 200 Meter Free Style-Won by
the Senate held out for an "anti- J. H. Higgins, Ottumwa Pre-
inflationary" bond plan. Flight; A. McNally, NATTC Jack-
Under the bill as it stands now, sonville, second; G. Cotter. NATB
payment would be made in the Pensacola, third.
PRESENTATION OF THE "Iron Man Trophy" to NAS Jacksonville was made Friday evening dur- form of five-year non-negotiable One Meter Board DivingWonby
ing the closing session of the swimming meet, The trophy is awarded each year to the naval air station bonds. However, a provision was Bruce Harlan, NATTC Jack-
within the Advanced Training Command most proficient in athletics. Captain Anthony R. Brady, made that the bonds could be usedto sonville, B. F. Grady, NAS Mem-
I NAS Commanding Officer, is shown above, left, receiving the trophy from Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davi- pay National Service Life Insurance phis, second; D. Enochs, NAS
son, Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training and Commandant of the Sever Naval District. The localstation premiums. Jacksonville, third.
led the field with 53 points, while NAS St. Simons, the runner up, trailed behind with 20 points. Payment will be. made on the 150 Meter Medley RelayWonby
basis of two and one-half days pay Ottumwa Pre-Flight team of
for each month of service since D. Paul, C. Nagangast, and J. A.

APPLICATIONS FROM WAVES IN : Children's Swim 8 limit September All annual 1939, with leave a 120-day already Martin placed second NAS, and Ft NAS Lauderdale Jacksonville -

I Slated taken will be deducted from the third.
Meet Is
Friday's finals included
:
maximum amount to which each
CATEGORY THREE TURNED DOWNWAVES
100 Meter Free Style-Won by
individual is entitled. In this con-
J, A Martin of Ottumwa Pre--
For 9 AugustChildren
who applied for retention bn active duty until 1 July 1947 nection, the Chief of Naval Air Flight; O. S. Hallett, NAS Jack-
under AlStaCon 211834 were notified this week that if their rate was Training pointed out that "any sonville, second; C J. Ross, NAS
included: in Category Three, their applications were not being ap- of officer and enlisted leave of absence taken between Memphis, third.
'provea. personnel stationed here will vie 1 July 1946 and 1 September 1946 100 Meter Breast StrokeWonby
One of the largest groups affected for top aquatic honors on Friday, may react against them (person- C. Nagangast, Ottumwa Pre-
by this new order are the yeo- 9 August, at a special swim meetto nel) adversely in financial benefits Flight; G. Coter, NATB Pensa-
I A REGULAR NOW men. Heretofore a shortage of this be held at the Malnslde pool. included in GI Terminal Leave cola, second; J. C. Metzel, NAS
rate seemed to exist as they were The affair, scheduled for 0930, Bill." Jacksonville, third
'". '. ,!, .,t.,<'.ft .L..:::' k}', frozen twice-once at the start of Is under the direction of Lt Paul Washington dispatches did not 400 Meter Free Style-Won byJ.
<> r'r demobilization, and the second King, head of swimming, assistedby I carry any information as to how H. Higins, Ottumwa Pre-Flight;
time two weeks ago. Other rates Lt. A. F. McKay Chief Teddy i tervice personnel already separated A. McNally, NATTC Jacksonville
frozen at the time when the point Jackson, and Skip Edge, SpS)2c( ) would have to go about applying second; R. N. Dippy, NAS Ft.
=1 system was inaugurated and included of WAVES Welfare Events will for their terminal leave money. Lauderdale, third.
with the yeomen now in be divided into four age groups: It is believed that the Army and Three Meter Board Diving'-Won
this category are SKD, MaM, and under 6, from 7 to 9, from 10 to Navy would attempt no action to by Bruce Harlan, NATTC Jack-
SpI), Specialist (Q) Communi- Continued on Page Too I Continued on Page Two II Continued on Page Two
cations is also listed as already fill-
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ed.All previously WAVES accepted who have for retention not been, Rain: Fails To Dampen EnthusiasmOf

who now desire to remain on ac- I I
tive duty, and whose rates are included -
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in Category Three were ad-
Fourth
WAVES Birthday PartyMary
vised that if they can qualify fora
n.Ml1f rate in Category Two, they may
s
ron Continued on Page four Rain couldn't dampen the spiritsof honored. Sharply attired in a pink App, CSK; Dorothy Barber,

i ,dewY -- the WAVES at NAS Tuesday print dress and flower chapeau CY; Bessie Belote, SKlc; Grace

New Station '.& aJs night, for the celebration of their I WAVE was Martha chief, who Marshall was ,with former one Blinn, Y2c; Wilma Boehm, ACMM;

Fourth was a joyous WAVES to Elda Cassaani, RMlc; Thelma
Must Be Displayed Anniversary of the first groups of
affair. report aboard NAS. I Carpenter, CPhM; Georgina Chis-
On Autos TodayCar The almost steady downpour of Chief Desmond gave the saluteto I holm, CSK; Alice M. Daniel,
for all WAVES PhMlc; Marie Desmond, CSK;
failed to the past few days made it neces- Mrs. Stallings
who have
owners their sary to cancel the scheduled review aboard the station. The gals who Ruth Dobson, AMM2c; Josephine
obtain new station tags for as there weren't quite enough received the good conduct award Figola, CSK; Katherine Fogleman,
will find themselves
automobiles
with the CUM; Bessie Hardin, RMlc; Mar-
at the Main Gate this rowboats on the station to accom- were asked to help serv-
stopped to modate the girls who were to participate ing of the cake. They included guerita Herget, PMSgt; Dorothy
attempt come
morning as they Instead of an outdoor Marion "Andy" Anderson, CY; King CSK: Anna Kostolnik,
aboard. AMM2c Lois A Lynch, PhMlc
; ;
served in the
the chow was
M The old tags expired yesterday, picnic Phyllis Poole, CSpS( ); Hermania
hall at 1630-but in picnic Protestant Choir
Y mess
and beginning today! only the new I
+ Rump, CY; Julia Steel, ACMM;
and
,.y tags are being honored for en- style. There were paper plates
fi!?' ,:i.: :', N 'IU! trance through the station gates. I all, and tables were decorated in Needs Volunteers Virginia Templeton CY; Marjorie

'\. CAPTAIN M. >I. DeUOLr, Cars failing to display the new purple and orange. Comdr EdithL. Demobilization has stripped Thompson Walters, CSK.Hashmark, CAerM. and Monica
S. ,Commanding Officer of the Na- plates will be denied admittance, Stallings, the honored guest, NAS of a good deal of its personnel -
val Personnel Separation Center, and owners will be forced to park and her reviewing court were seat and now it'* even affecting "strikers" are Marie '
has transferred from the Naval them outside the gate and come ed at one end of the chow hall fac- the conduct of divine services. Desmond and Jo Figola, who will
until is ing the gala. receive theirs in October; Wilma
Reserve to the Regular Navy- aboard without them a tag
the highest ranking officer to be obtained from the Yard Office. As soon as all had eaten their 1'or the past few weeks assembling Boehm, eligible in December, and -',
approved for changeover here so This year's tags' are different fill, the party adjourned to Bldg, a full choir for Protestant Phyllis Poole, who is eligible in
far. A graduate of the Naval from last year's in two respects. 716 the WAVES Club, where Mrs. service at All Saints' February.Lt. I
Academy, Class of 1921, the cap- The color scheme has been changed Stallings cut the birthday caRe. Chapel ha been no easy task! Anna F. McKay of WAVES .1 I
tain resigned from the Regular and there is no duplication of Honored with her were the two and the organization l 1'4 in great Welfare supervised the party in .
Navy and entered the Reserve numbers in the vatious groups. No WAVE officers on board who have need of new recruits. the club and made sure that there t
service Lt. Janice A. Volunteers who would enjoy were ample amounts of punch, '
some years ago when he was a longer do the enlisted men's tags the longest ,
lieutenant, junior grade. lie returned and civilian employees' also begin Mitchell and Lt (jg) Bernice M, singing with the choir are Invited cake, ice cream and-oh, yes- ..I
to active duty in 1910 and with number one. Officers' tags Borre. The two enlisted girls on to see any of the Protestant beer. The celebration was brought
saw service in both the Atlantic run from one to 5.000; chiefs' from the station with the longest recordof chaplains about joining the I to a close with a "splash" patty
and Pacific before reporting to 5,001 to 5,500; enlisted men's from service in Navy blue, Marie I or anlzatlon. IlehearmiN are I at the WAVES pool-everyone
Jacksonville as the C. O. of the 5,501 to 10,000; and civilians' from I Desmond and Josephine Figola, held Thursday and Friday" evenings (I voicing approval for a wonderful
Separation Center last fall. 10,001 upward. both chief storekeepers, were also from 1715 to 1813. I evening.



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I COMPLETE TURN New York Bound


Local Ex-Navy Transport


p 4r REPORTE Pilots Run Air Service



I Former Naval Air Transport Service pilots with an ex-Navy R4Dtwinengined
transport! have inaugurated a week-end, round-trip service <<-
By Loin A. Lever, lie to New York Washington, and Philadelphia for naval personnel'

QUESTION: Would you rate in this area.Already.
receive your terminal pay in u.Ih I I established! on a flexible schedule basisMhe embryonicair
or bonds good in five years? line has been carrying 16th Fleet sailors from Green Cove Springs
for a number or weeks. The operation ) -,
4 DORIS WILCOX, Ylc, Fort Hu
chuca, Ariz. -1 is, in reality, a charter twice ; -
Full loads-there are 30 comfortable -
"I'd rather receive mine in cash Hospital upholstered seats-make
--I can't see holding the bonds for possible round-trip charge of
five Most need I
years. everybody
only $50 per passenger.
Ea the money, now more than they
will in five years, especially wheou're Chatter NAS Jacksonville personnel may
r >' getting out of service. 1wouldnt now get in on the deal, as E M,
PhMlc Shannon, one of the group will
cause too much inflatio Johnnie Johnson,
Official V S Nary Photograph B> pick up any one from here desiringto
-with living what they Personnel
expenses ;
of mct popular
Swinging around in i Itf on length without a rudder aboard was One our make the trip The plane lands
are now, you'll need every penn; Officers, Ch Pharm L. J, '
about 2330 Fri-
atromplished by this LSM through use of the revolutionary Kirsten of It now." '' : terminated his tour of I at Newark Airport
Greene, and leaves from there at WOO+
cycloid propeller. It permits the fesse! to turn 360 decrees into J, WEAND, AMM2c, Reading duty here with- send-off party at day Sundays, It arrives back at NAS

its original starting position. Fa. I Larry, a popular rendezvous near the same day. Stops in Washington -
"To a lot of fellows the mont"ywould ; NAS, on 25 July 1946'L. and Philadelphia are made

look good now, but I thinl I J,," we know, was reluctantto only if someone wishes to go there .
I that If we are given the bonds, it leave the gang All of us are instead of New York. Up to 100 .
I
Navy Law And Court 'Procedure would come in more handy in five< I sorry to see him go. We also know pounds of luggage may be carried '
years than at present. Cash would that wherever he goes he will always by each 'person.
cause too much of a buying for the fine ,
spree be remembered
OfficeSEA Those wanting to make the trip
JAGs
To Be Revised By and five years from now, everyone< character and spirit which he has should be in front of Bldg. t>54 at
would look back and wish they always shown here.
,
1630 Fridays
( ), Secretary Forrestal hili Chief of Naval Personnel in imme still had the money. .
directed the Judge Advocate per diately procuring officers qualified GINNY WALTHALL Ylc, Rich Seventy-five watermelons How'sthat
crap of the Navy to undertake prparation to perform legal duties in the Office mond, Va. for an afternoon of refresh'mentt NAS Jax
of legislation to modern of the Judge Advocate General, I "I would take.mine in cash. Ir That's just what the local
iae basic laws for government of Naval District and the Fleet I the first place, I need the money Jacksonville Civitan Club providedfor Continued from Page ()nMsonville
In Other Recommendation i iOther the time-It would dome the patients last Friday afternoon
the Navy and authorize changes at present ,
NAS Memphis
I I B F. Grady, -
;
Believe it
in the me,
court martial procedure and revision recommendations of the< a lot more good right now than grove second; D. Enochs, NAS
of the current legal manua board include: In five jears Conditions will be was an eaten'.good 55 time! I Jacksonville, third. "
The announcement was made at I Clarification as to what person : more settled in five years it's true,, 'I I
to naval courts in what Glo Williams is going to be one 200 Meter Relay-Won by Ot-
the dedication program of the U: are subject : but putting that cash on the market -
and for what offenses. sad little girl when her husband tumwa Ire-Flight team of D. Paul
S School of Naval Justice For places now won't'be too bad It would
First Class Joe Williams C Nagangast, J, H, Higgins, andJ
Civilian
Hueneme, Calif The decision was Establishment of a board of review ; be better on the whole to give
based in part on recommendation: composed of at least one civilian bonds, but for myself, I would rather leaves for Chicago So long, Joe A, Martin. NATU Pensaeola

of the Ballantine Board headed by; with legal background, one I have the money right now." GOOD LUCK!. placed third.second, and NAS. Jacksonville -

Arthur A Ballantine, :New Yorl naval lawyer and one or more general HARRY MCDONALD, AMMSC,,' ,
attorney, which SecNav appointed service officers "of mature Buffalo N. Y Say, tonight's the night! Comeon While no records were broken. in
to study the Navys wartime administration judgment" to review hghpenaltyand : "I think that the bonds is by far over to the flee Hall for the this meet for the average:; Navy ,
of justice. complicated cases. the best idea-you usually don't't Prize Walk Party All patients are swimmer many of the races were

Legal Overhaul Planned I Reduction from 13 to 9 of the think about them as being a cuhreser'e cordially invited.. close and provided spectators with
Flans call for overhauling the maximum number of members or but then when you get in plenty of excitement. The' practically "
entire Navy legal system and diverting general .court-martial a pinch, :you've got them to fall I The tript, to Folkston seem to be flawless diving of NATTCs :
the functions of trial judge : Reduction in number of general back on Prices should be more getting less and less frequent Remember Bruce Harlan drew rounds of applause -

advocate and prosecutor in court' courts marital by empowering close to normal in five years and girls, the Justice of the ,
courts martial to impose lot for I I Peace still has to eat. The old line Sensation of the show was the
martial cases It is contemplate I summary you'll get more your money
.
that an officer qualified in law and more severe penaltiesAnnouncement ," I I seems to be wearing out so try a I Underwater Demolition Tram

specially trained will be appointed I' of sentences after G. L. CURTIS, Sic, Philadelphia ', new one, PLEASE 5. I from the Atlantic AmphibiousForces

as trial judge advocate for a court f I approval by reviewing authority Pa"Make. I With the house lights dimmed -
+ martial to advise the court, the as is now requiredEstablishment mine the cash what "Take me out to the ball game! the men paddled their rub-
prosecutor) and the accused impar I of a corps of offi- with the prices you have to pay -Red Cross wants to do just that! ber boat around and set underwa I'
tially on all questions of law and cers who will make a career of legal for food and rent and clothes, every Stop by the Recreation Office inShip's ter demolition charges A few seconds -
procedure arising at the trial. duties or of legal specialists penny you can lay your handson Service Building and get all later, a series' of (lee p i+t
The Judge Advocate General wa! whose duties will be primarily in now counts Maybe in five years details "boombs" sounded, m sending' geysers .,'
instructed to cooperate with they the field of law. I'll wish I hadn't spent it, but it I I If wrestling is high on your list of water skyw! ard-simulating) "
--- -- would handle a lot of expenses I of favorite sports, sign up with the work which they did during 1
have now a lot better than the Red Cross to attend matches on the war blasting away, _subsurface: .

Children'sContinued bonds would." Thursday nights. ,. obstructions :;j

I MILDRED BRYANT, Y2c, Lud- I Femininity was added by the
I from Page One low One of our ex-WAVES, Peggy
Ky fancy diving of the Hoerger sisters
12, and 13 to 15 I "I'd rather get it in bonds It is Henry, was married on Saturday tic* the preo::! >:on kvNlnniiiig; of the "J
Races to be run include freestyle one way of saving the money, I 20th July In the All Saints' Cha- Aquacade Octette from Miami
I breast stroke, back stroke, cause if theyd give me the asn pel to SKVlc Bill Allison of NAT- Howls of laughter girded the

I kick board, surface, diving, face right now, I'd spend it. I think everything TC. CONGRATULATIONS. anlics of the comedy divert who
floating for time, and fin race will be more settled at practically stole the show
Lois A, Leer, lie Diving competition will include a the end of that time and you'll get The Red Cross Staff welcomes The entire meet ran as smoothas
The day has come and gone and I for at that Miss Edwina Morgan, recreation silk, The .notch
front dive from the side of the more ;your money races: were top ,
i is
the Fourth Anniversary party Worker, from Thomasville Alabama
I pool and from the one-meter time. and the entertainment ftaturea
now a thing of the past All we I board The following strokes will JAMES BROWN, Sic, Portland However, the staff regrets to well paced
can nay is! that it was quite a celebration lose Virginia Stockton and Nan
I be judged for form: crawl, back Ore."There's All the officials and others who
and we want to voice a Thomas recreation
workers
and bad sides to and
crawl, breast stroke, side stroke, good hjped plan and execute the meethave
loud "thanks' to all who made Betsy East, : Jo Clark
Mary
both of them but what's most important and
and elementary back. Prizes will. a right to feel proud (.f their
the event such a good tne be awarded for all events, i I is that we are really going Jean Kent, hospital workers forts /

Joke as we want to about how Entries can be made by calling ,fo get something The cash would I __m_ ._ __
glad we are we didn't have the' extension 8289, and the number I hike up prices more right now, but Did someone say A Wave witha ''47, we USN'era cant wait to nee

review but we sincerely wish i received will determine the number then you; hate to have a large hash mark Yes, siree, wehavent ,you show them off, Congratulations -
there was some manner in which of races to be held, All children I II amount tied up in bonds when seen one jet, but to some girls, for a swell! job well
we could" express our appreciationand I regardless of whether or not I something might cane up that you I who are going to be around until don*.
thanks to Mrs. Stallings for they have been' receiving instruction would need the cash for. Regardless I -- --- ---- -- -

the councilor, advisor, and friend at the pools, are being urgedto of how they give it to me, I'm RETURN FOR SEPARATION
she has been to the many WAVES participate, Classes at the just thankful that I'm. getting .
who have served aboard NAS. We WAVES pool for officers' children, something" ...,
station in .
hope that her new duty
and the Mainside pool for enlisted
Washington proves to be as interesting mens children, will be held on 2 PHONE CALLS ON
and enjoyable as the post August at 1000
she has held here for the past 5s STATION MUST BE CUT -

three years. Deadline Set For I Even emergency personal telephone
Scouting around the WAVES calls may be taboo at NAS
club we noticed the following: Transfer To Regulars, unless they are held to an abso-

The sharp Marine fatigue A deadline of 15 September has ute minimum,
clothes! which Miss Fern Albert been established for the submission I That was the word received thiseek
was! wearing somehow they of applications for transfer of Naval from Communications. It
looked much better on her than Reservists' and temporary USN was pointed out that because of
any we've ever seen! on the male officers to the Regular Navy the drastic reduction in telephone

sex!, ? Only exceptions to the deadline Facilities, it is impossible to continue -
While on the subject of clothes, were for law specialists, those who I to handle the present number -
many of us are wondering where will have completed less than one I t of personal calls ;
Butch Glover got those slacks-- year of commissioned service on I To insure receipt of bona fide
talk about tailored affairs! that date, and officers who receive emergency phone' calls' all hands 'j9Ls
Frances Cathey is, as versatile I their commission' subsequent to 15 were asked to discourage,incoming
t on the guitar as she is at the September' and outgoing calls which are not
piano. For thefirst, time we really I A separate deadline of 20 July I absolutely necessary and urgent,
heard all the words to "!>
: What Comes Naturally." applicants for warrant or chief were also requested to eliminate -
' A great big spray! of orchids la warrant rank as many calls as possible
'f due Mary Sherman for the delicious The new directive establishingthe : -- -- --- : .4
birthday cake that we so deadline also applies to officers -
willingly consumed. Beautifully on terminal leave and those Congress y

", decorated, and topped by four candies on: inactive duty.
,it was far the best cake we've' > VnUniHxl' from I'age One

eaten, in months.Wt"re veterans on tricir own hook.In .
to have' been able to ApplicationsContinued pay
glad order to get the bends, veterans
WRENS from Can-
entertain two have to make a
will probably ap-
ada At the party Tuesday night. from Page One to their respective branch I 1l
to off be for retention plication
The girls happened stop accepted CategoryTwo service stating the amount of

here at just! the right time. includes rates which in turn ot:eave taken and the length of timen ...- or- _y.__....., ___
can qualify for any of the 13 ratt'Slu.t..d I TWO FORMER
I service so! that the amount of PERSONNEL Office yeomen who went to the
who essential One.
In, case you're wondering as in Category eave still due can be computed Philippines with Rear Admiral, Gilchrist B Stockton returned to
WAVE are Seaman, HA, PhM SK,
drew the sharp looking They ,
NAS last week
but
Persons .tlllln service will prtl- only to receive their
graced the front of the pro- SKV, Telegraphers, FR, AerM, : discharge certificate
yho ibly receive their terminal leavenoney LU Comdr. T. C. Scaibrough shakes hands :vlth H. J. Cantin! Jr.,
the initials "B. J." stand AMMI, SpT( ), SpY), and SpG( ), ,
St tam. Jones Jax Air News art ,Applications for' retention from at the time of separationwhen Lt. Comdr T. G. Scarbrough shakes hands with H. J, Cantina, Jr,
,
I jltqr\,Bob"Twas a mighty nice draw- these two: categories will be considered they are' paid their musterng hand the precious certificates over to both Cantini and William F. '
until 17 August. out allowance.; McRory, of Whlgham, Ga.
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"SUNSET PASS with James
Officer uniform, aJae 44 lone, Include*: Warren. Show at 17302000.
1 tan irabardine.. 1 trff gabardine; 2 FRIDAY
t. ,' '. lulu t; :t white duck; and I ..... brand "DANGER WOMAN," starring Brenda Joyce. Shows at 1730-
' :; new. tutee< 7',. Lt. Ij," W. T. War. .
.. ,..n. Yard Office cxt. St 0. 2000.
I f/ New G. K. Iron. 15 an.I !.bllr..... electrichot SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
: pill.,' '5. 1SIKB' Randolph St., "
"BIG
..... NAS. SLEEP, featuring: Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.

.. '37 Old.mobil.. coupe, motor eompUMy' Shows at 1130-1730-2000.
%) : D b--Cl'-'nk's; CROSSWORD PUZZI.ER' overhaul. 1473 CPC Womblo. Per. MONDAY
oiim-l Separation' Center Bl.Ic. 654. "
"SWAMP FIRE, with Johnny Weissmuller. Shows at 1730-
Emit H'J4 .
.
2000.
Complete| furnfahmc for 2-bedroom.
4 S i houiio Include living count. .kitchen, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
and 2 bedroom .f turnlahinca. Will "CRACK UP," starring Pat O'Brien. Shows at 173Q-2()()(). .
.( .ell separately or a* a whol. ll'!
10 11q Cumberland Kd '
p.. nxlty balhinett I and baumetl. U!; STUDENT OFFICERS -
{..; youth bed $IS: 'A"e living room ,
C 11, 15 1 17 18 19 20 II-- suite and *,..,Ii.> couth with prime.
1If101.. SKI2R' Norman St. Chief Wem.Man IIIUKMIAY AND FRIDAY
kiryrlv cumt condition til: *. Dr. "CANYON PASSAGE" starring Susan Hayward. Show at 2000'
klherlun, Sat. 8H I or :tw after :3.p. 0 .
2223 N24 5 I mRalru.n only.
...il. with brand new mat. SATURDAY

.f-' 29 trmu Ave... ,Imaiiuana 7S.: ladle bike.Manor.Or It. '.. 461)< : Blount "ANCHORS AWEIGH" featuring Gene Kelly. Show at-2000

trade fur large trailer to adjacent: only.
ratidontiiil lou Mnltt near RiMMevelt NUND4Y
31 32 33 3456I37 and R..mue.aor on Cook St.. low price. "DANGER WOMAN," with Brenda Joyce. Show at 2000 only.
torn. inquire II SI Cumberland R I. .
Comiilete 3-r.'m. of furniture-llvmir- MONDAY AND TUESDAY
: 1W4o Li---r room. dlninir, mum and-bedroom. $10*. "BIG SLEEP," starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.
A..iI"I.'e August tit |.t. K. P Woodit I Show at 2000 only.
4V' Timmiuana Rl
44 45 46 47 48 9 Newtube radio lilt or trade for Vne- WEDNESDAY
IV" hole Hmk. 2r<7 Forbes Si. Tel 7.4.'M. "SWAMP FIRE," with Johnny WeUimuller. Show at 2000 only.
.
For 8nl ( ItIlI'* Lionel Electric Train
S..... Orlirmal' Price ''. .01)' WillII
50 51 52 53 54 55
: for tJO.04. Contact' K. J. Wirhounkl. OTHER EVENTS ,
ll IN Allvheny' R,... phon GIH. .
ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
S6 57 58 59 60 61 FOR KENT Mustin Road 1000-1130 and
1300-13JO daily, arid at Gear Room, top
Room for ciuii! ). all h.,u* Mr. Parker 297 Rronxon lei 7.4440 side Bldg. 726, 0800-1700 on work days. .
' 62 63 731, 65 bb t d MiMe btvlrooni. kitchen faciliti'a. IVSIl I MODEL AIRPLANE SIIOP-Rear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400
H..lwool. 've.. lei. 7.7I/MI.
and week-ends.
daily Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
I double
bedroom with kitchen privilege.
67 68 69 70 1y Mr. ShHithy. T.... 1 5.4iO2J.W.NTEI' HOW LING-Six alleys located in Main&ide Recreation Building
No. 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-

rurninhed. h.nt.e in Rivtr>;id.>. by Sep. 2100 Saturdays and Sundays
72 ?3 7l' 75 tember I. permanent duty Lt. Dmon BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
KKI 8ril liJ
or Tel J-J77S.
t Ride tn Wash'ngt.Sonora .. August Comdr. A. J. Rubmo, extension 593; or report to Mamside :Mat after
Tl 78 79 80 81 82 1J. for :2. W,\V Ell. will help share. drlv. 1500.

inx Ext 82-il MAINslDE LOUNGE Formerly the Reception Center, located in
Ride
to and from
83 84 -s--- the hour of 7i'' NATechCVn'tnd 4 :O'J p. m between. Mr. the South wing of 'Building No. 955, U open to NAS personnel and
:.:: UKIIIK. : ,I I. IDt I t. their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions
;\IISnLL.IO: ; liS by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho

': Fishing tackle reimir, all make of fresh nograph available for use of all hands.
ACRO-44 .1.a weight ( p1)) DOWNfrcnili head and null water tackle repaired C
l--"er (Cont> 49 ye (Span) 1- for 42"iumiinr' !.in.l of snake P. Davi. .I r.. Marine Barracks 1".1."4'. LIKR\RY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Building
4t narrow inlet or o..lI..t IIO-i CumbvUnl No 3. from 0900 to 2100
.
A I. t- bad a **at ro jump 2 sea eagle: l 45 Jutr:but* urge a .\ limited number Rl Open Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
of
: : copier are left of 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
t 7 mi in 10 82-- Engiwh river I 4un (1.,1 "rr"t' the US! INTREPID hhi >'. Bu..k. It
.'. 1. -anare &4-accompluhbrfur 4 observe. 44 yea Ull* the history uf eVil from| commwi SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
: 11 5i mineral spring : lent I nn>aiure 44--negative word *i i"n through her last cnmbul t..ur I 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, Mon-Fri 0800-1900. Sat. 1000-1900.
a brnol of yiuni{ 'il eoiici. .tul with rust U $1 f Hi) per eonv Order from
13 a .prophet lilt-mak. an error 7 Ont (lSt-o.1 a....ronaulic Treasurer' ship' B""k 1.'u..I.l UsS IN- Sun. 1200-1900.
-half an "flu' 8< ..plu K tAt hook narrowly. ro3border "R :".D. Care HeH Post Office San GO.-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
> lIt-w have lif. 6* litlit: brown 11 9 -drt pal'.,lod at time t>r> .hi luii ik touiiiar with 1'rancisco. *.'alUwt and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and. balls are available at Golf
en* > : Door whose putun
18- on the .h lwrllI I 6i -harvest 13 chooses .r,7 >( ,Icn toolDutrkt front "L Jan Air News .July.appearei. Mr.on House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
silo *>4-gun (nl .ni{) JII. pronoun .'1 ; Attory D. V. Ponder J'l3' 1 H.1I'Inst. N At ANCHORAGE Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

tl-h (1..1,1) ';/lcOlllinent 19 -velrrHn into around labl) 61 bxwiJr(..b' ---- .. t'uds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason

22-.ff up (lab) track n. I'an American Field.

Z4- comparative 67-- proce of ..,ak- 20 irlrl, name Airways TENNIS*-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-

of .n'8/1/ lull 24-appear 23 a l..nJillll 61 6"0Ii title number of ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
2f -UI"'" 69 tn..* r""I'"tJ1.lIulf
2eoll."m. 6'4 Innwta Yorktown Roads).
mount 72 -,wo : Plefix an
1'1",1 71: a coil'K" officer 2iJ r french toe 71) a eombmin form y\
,.a .. ZS---loesat of burden 74 mid ",y7i "an I" nivanintf dawn compliments and flowers ? Our Forgotten in the midst of theworld's
31-' W a seat 71 (IdHiiilcalprohibit
U a nu"bllr -hort lor Albert occupy
.' seine 72 t mothers. When we marry, who crisis dept.:
--
U-pPlf..rm 77-ul.p..r limb ? I
srr-orate child 7-a winii =J. aurs 74nun -tII"'P SALTY HUMOR FROM gets the flowers and presents? Our Does anyone know whether
17---eaiata: Kl-doeil; ral rock 7i>-m : brides. And when we die, you "Lucky Strike Green" ever came
1'1. .malj, ailult H:I-born Sot sorrowful 7* myuMfmimical HERE AND THEREOF back from "
40-quick downward) know who gets our insurance. the war?
.1 (.Mr IU-nl I liichlly note41either
million of thjl/! by

r -46 '.reeve. Nit a _beverrre. --- i4,. ....,.llItLm ........ .0.-........ L'......ur) SII.\U" IIADES I :Movie star: "I'll endorse your : Gentlemen may prefer blondes

- Outside a little church near Los cigarette for 50000." but the fact that blondes know
Educational
DevelopmentTests Thirty Million DollarsFor Angeles the following poster announced I Advertiser: "I'll see" you inhale what gentlemen prefer has a lot to

To Be DiscontinuedIf I the Sunday's sermon: "Do first." do with it.
On-Stah'on HousingI you know what hell is?" Underneath I I

want to take the General I that question and in smaller :
you Take a tip from radio advertising -
Nice old lady: "My, doesn't that
Educational Development Tests, I Navy expects to spend 30 I type was printed: "Come in and Never say you're fat. Just say young man swear terribly?"

you'd better hurry. million dollars to meet the need for hea; our new organist'WK'KK you come In the large economy CBM: "Yes'm, he sure dies. He
The tests administered the I
by
on-statlon housing of naval size. knows the words, but jist don't
r Educational Services Office since I personnel : WAITING TOO "
April, will not be maintained in at activities throughout the I Bob: 'Sk y, Pop, how spon will I put no expression in them.

stock after 11 August.--so application I nation. be old enough to do just as I I Navy Wife: "Couldn't you thinkof

will have to be made prior to please, do you think ?" anything better than coming Reader: "So you make up all
I "
that date. Many persons at NAS Housing needs of stations that I Pop: "Son, nobody has ever lived home in this drunken condition ? these jokes yourself ?"

have been awarded high school I will exist In the postwar Navy or I that long!" Husband: "Yes m'dear, but she Air News Reporter: "Yep out

diplomas or college credit as a result I stations the postwar stajs of I'I'I was out of town" of my ead."

of these exams which are used which still is doubtful are being It's only natural for sailors to Reader: "You must be."

for guidance analysis and civilian determined through made be fast workers After all, they're Chaplain: "Who Is the possessorof

school accreditation.Lt. surveys fleet men. all riches and whom do we have I Salesman: "Why, this machinewill
Elsworth P. Woods, the edu- by Commandants of naval districts i iI If to know and understand before we do half your work"

catomal services officer, is locatedIn I and Severn and Potomac River I We men are the hard luck sex can expect to receive them ?" Customer: "Fine, I'll take two of

Bldg. 930. Naval Commands. I When we'te born who get the Sailor: "The supply officer, sir!" .

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J11 >i wWJuf5 New WAVES Director WILCO -


(SEA)-When Capt. Joy Bright Hancock ...
Editorial Offices veteran of both World Wars, was
I Office ot Public Information, Room 221 sworn in as new Director of the Waves on ,
t Administration Annex Bld,. 954 26 July; she became head of'an organization *
Extension 8542 : .
r Telephone which has served for four years skill- /v
Arthur M. Greene, EditorBob '
fully and conscientiously, from the Atlantic
Jon,., Tic, Art Editor
Coast to the Hawaiian I
ne JAX AIR NEWS II published weekly; at the U. S Islands
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida by the Office. Twice a Navy widow, the new Waves I

Public Information with Secnav at no Circular expense Letter to the 45-828 government 28 May and 194:5.In: director is the third to hold that post. She I ,,, 4 w ..
Copes distributed tree of at the Naval Air 'c r r
are charge had been discharged as a chief (F)
yoeman
Center, the
Station, the Naval Air Technical I framing -
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Com after the firstVorId' War, worked as a '
.. mand. Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Naval civilian for 1T
Air Gunners' School the U. S. Naval Hospital. BuAer until October 1942, when

Rent Admiral Ralph E. Davlsdn. .| I
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training e
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Captain Anthony R. Brady USN. CommandingM Jacksonville Naval Air Station (

Captain Ford N. Taylor USN. Commanding '1,
Naval Air Technical Training Center

Captain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding JMt
U. S. Naval Hospital p r
t
Captain Maurice M. DeWolf t'SNR. CommandingNaval
Personnel Separation Center

U. Col. Alexander A. Vandcgrlft, Jr., USMC. Commanding N "
Marine liarracki

Captain R. R. Brlner. USN. Commanding
Naval Air Gunners School .
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Commander Howard'E. Born. USN, Commanding
ail Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Held
: she was commissioned a Wave lieutenant,
Capt.Marine Albert Aviation William.DetachmentThe USMCR and was commander when she became as- "Fine spirit, Wilco, we need more" twenty year volunteers -

sistant to Capt. Jean T. Palmer in Febru- like you.. .
JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship' Editorial Association ma-
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without ary of this year.
permission of SEA Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any Captain Hancock assumes charge of the Navy Movie ShortsTo
li prohibitedwithout
other matter, except by service publications BOOK SHELFSome
permission of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. Waves after a year of demobilization in I I

which nine-tenths of their all-time peak Depict Familiar

In FutureNaval strength of 86,000 have been discharged. Indication of the variety insubject.
New
Designs
However, the Women's Reserve is far fromon available matters in the and Station types Library of books is Problem Situations

ships of the future may look en- its way out. Approximately 5,500 vol- shown by the following selection (SEA-Navy) men may soon be

tirely different. The necessity of redesigning unteers will remain on duty until 1 July from books recently added to the able to sit back at shopboard movie
1917. And meanwhile HR library collection..
5915 is being programs and watch situations
the superstructure of naval vessels to Interest in volcanoes has been
considered with which familiar
by the House of Representativesto they are pre
minimize atomic bomb effects is evident stimulated by the publicity of sented on the screen. Plans have
make the
; women a permanent part of
corded the birth and behavior of
been for the
from 'damage to the target fleet at the the Navy. To date the House Naval Affairs the Mexican volcano, El Paricutin, a series approved of five movie productionof shorts-

first Bikini test Committee has reported favorably on it. during the last three yeaYs. Mrs. each less than 20 minutes in lengthin
Coleman the author of VOLCANOES
which a of character
This recommendation and others are -- -J- NEW AND OLD, has filledan actors will be group placed in well-

contained in the separate reports filed by __\..:: important gap in the files of known Navy problem situations:

Board of the Joint Chiefsof J scientific books for the layman in liberty in a strange place, personal
the Evaluation I:9tJ: ( this collection of Informative and honesty, getting along with ship
Staff and the Presidential Evaluation interesting material concerningsome mates, bull sessions and work.
Ne.IDS ar'dViews f rnlnStationPROFANITY four-score volcanic eruptionsof The pictures, to be produced pro
Commission.The .
the last few thousand
years. will be
fessionally, a practical approach
ships than ever The text is beautifully illustratedwith
bomb damaged more to psychology and philoso
many photographs. phy. Few Navy men have had a
before had been damaged by a singlebomb.. Charles A. Siepmann presents a chance to learn what makes them

The report is not conclusive as to the effect study of the present status and future tick. The movies are based on the
possibilities of radio in rela- that the would
on human beings, since there were no humans Profanity is stupid. "Some sins," saysan tion to its audience and the public like assumption to learn, and, If given men the basic

in the target area. Vessels within old writer, "are productive of temporary Interest in RADIO'S SECOND facts in a situation, can be
CHANCE. This is
an authoritative
one-half mile of the target center received profit or pleasure, but profaneness is pro- analysis by a former employee ol minds trusted on to how make to apply upheir the solutions own

ductive of nothing. It is the most the British Broadcasting
terrific damage to their superstructure.It gratuitous Corporation to themselves.
believed that within shipsin of all kinds of wickedness." Someoneelse and answers such questionsas Plans for the movies were worked -
is personnel
: who decides what we hear?
said "The devil tempts through out in the Chaplains Division in
this area would have been exposed to a men who pays for it? do we get what cooperation with authorities in the
In their ambition, their cupidity, or their ap- wewant or need? and is there a fields of psychology and human relations
lethal dosage of radiological effects. petite, until he comes to the profane swearer good balance'of programs? He also and have been approved by

exposed areas aboard the vessels casualtiesno whom he catches without bait or re- suggests how the listener might BuPers.

doubt would have been high. ward." Profanity is the mark of the barest develop program more presented.influence on the typeof .' J .

Damage ConfinedIt stupidity. RELIGION IN RUSSIA Is a col- EX-OFFICER PERSONNELMAY

was emphasized that the target array Profanity is weak. The profane man lection of lectures by Robert Ca REMAIN AT SAME

was not a naval disposition, but rather de- marks himself as one who suffers froman sey. The book covers the history,
of religion under the Czars, :
signed to obtain maximum data from a single impoverished vocabulary. Byron once a summary of Russian church gives his- DUTY STATIONSIt's

I explosion. There was relatively little wrote of an acquaintance, "He knew not tory in the past year, and presents .o longer absolutely necessary
I damage at distances greater than three- what to say, so he swore" Most men the author's beliefs as to the future for officers who held tern
fourths of mile. swear because they are so weak of vocabulary of the Orthodox church which, porary commissions to be transferred -
a
they cannot themselves with he feels is more assured than that upon reverting to enlisted
Buckling of decks and bulkheads and express of Protestantism or Roman Cath- status.A .
destruction or deformation of lightly con- decent English. Then again, profanity betokens olicism. directive received here this
weakness in personality and character. Max Graf is a music critic and week authorizes commandants of
structed exposed objects, including stacks, We lack strength enough to do right historian who began his career in continental naval districts and "
masts and antennae were the primary ma- when those about us do It takes Vienna in the 1890's. In COMPO- river commands, the Chief of ___ '
terial effects of the blast. Undoubtedly the wrong. SER AND CRITIC he covers three Naval Air Training, and the chiefs
damage was greater than under battle con- ruggedness of personality to be differentand hundred years of the history of of the naval air functional training
we are not strong enough for that. music criticism relating It to the commands to retain enlisted per-
ditions for fires uncontrolled owingto
went Profanity, too, is due to poor selfcontrol.It cultural and intelectual develop- sonnel at the same duty stationat
absence of personnel on board. is no tribute to a man's self-control that ment of Europe of that time. which they served as officers

No indication on ships remaining afloat he resorts to profanity when John Tasker Howard has written provided morale is not adversely
something a complete history of music in the affected, the individual Is a volun-
showed that of the explosive ordnance
any irritates or angers him. A tongue under United States, OUR AMERICAN teer for the same duty, and retention
exposed on decks and in gun turrets ex- control is the mark of a welldisciplinedand HISTORY, which he has recently is not to exceed a normal
ploded by direct action of the atomic blast. mature character. The Bible emphasizes revised and brought up to date. tour of shore duty combined time
Beginning with New in both officer and enlisted status.
Second Test that when it "If England
says, any man offend not psalmody, it traces the -. --
No attempt was made to assess hull dam- in word, the same is.a perfect (mature) I'ment. of our music in folk develop-song,

age. That phase is reserved for the sec- man, and able also to bridle the whole body." national air, the concert stage, and illin neSrtu

ond test, when a subsurface explosion is James 3:2.Profanity: music composition to the present. cPs
day.
attempted. is irreverent. We use God's as.
At the
Present information indicates the bomb Holy Name to support our unholy anger. TWO ON A BAT Road Station and Mutin Chapel Arena BIrmlnhim

exploded 1,500 to 2,000 feet west of the The Lord will not hold him guiltless that (SEA) Pete Reiser and "Pee Preteatanl

assigned target and at approximately the taketh His name in vain." So runs the Wee" Reese use the same bat at 0730-Holy CommunionCb
the
third commandment Exodus plate. The bat doesn't get a E. W, Andrews.
( 20:7)). And
planned altitude. rest either, for they follow
each
why not guiltless? Because OD30-NATTC Service-Chm-laln E. W.
the Divine
taking other in the line-up. Andrew*.
for the Joint Chiefs maintained
Experts
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Name in vain be it false oaths ..
or .
104J Wvlne
results than and Service-Chaplain W R.
more justified expense frivolous swearing, betokens irreverence (Answer to Today's Puzzles) Stev nlOn. '!:: ,
effort put into the test. .,
toward God. No man can use God's name EER SIFT Divine Smieea for Colored PersonnelsBuilding
----:-*- profanely, or refer to solemn truths of PER Gilbert.'s 801

Floating DormitoriesLeftover God's word lightly and still hold God in ,, 1430-ChnplaIn B. C.

reverence. 4TE S It 1.LEON Too-Main. Catholic '
Army and Navy installations, Profanity's irreverence disgusts the refined TEE PLtS 0900/ -MUM.

including even ships, were being consideredas grieves the godly, insults the Most fciw CTOii 1100-Man,

possible educational centers and dormi- High[ ana injures our own souls Profanity lS EN 7S 414 Christian Science ferrvire

tories for college students by :Major General reveals a diseased condition of soul, 'oR STAr ToNs s An 1100-Outdoor Sundnjri Nursery Small Chapel.for small children -

Graves B. Erskine, USMC, in his assign- "for out of the abundance of the heart the r EAP DEE Do sPER I ii maintained between 01)00)

ment to eliminate educational bottlenecks. mouth speaketh." If the lips are to be 003o and Week-day 1200. Religious $8etlc

Present shortage of educational facilitiesand purged of profanity, the heart must be P E Jewish Keliciuui Hervtce ...dFlIow.hlp

housing may force such drastic measures vashed" from irreverence. For this, Jesus oEE S 1100--.Friday l In the Small Hour Chapel.

as the remodeling of -- hips anchored Christ, the Son of God, in the human heart 1 j AN Latter Day Saints Service
1 00-Wednesday-Mutual. Meeting. In
near large American S for use as lone is .adequate.Chaplain E Small Cbapsl.

dormitories for students. Harold Menges.. .

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its across
in use I Is shown wending way
THE LONE MOTOR LAUNCH used to shuttle civilian and military personnel now
The
between the Bolles School dock and the Naval Air Station is a lot different from board the launch at the end of the day for the run to the Southside.
dally
i' the fleet:of large ferries used during the war. In the upper left, three of the ferries service is provided by the Navy without charge, and is run on a regular schedule I

used during the war are shown docked at the foot of Albemarle Street. These ferries with two trips in the morning and two in the evening.
Lower left: the launch
well to Jacksonville.
o made a run to the Bolles School as as

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Free Ride Inspecting Shop Committee Elections To


One Launch Now Serves TheInspectors Be Held On Station MondayMonday


As Ferry To Southside ., is election day at NAS and all civilian employees
_' HELEN C. BURNETTE
cast ballots to select shop committeemen to represent
of civil service workers Helen Boccalerl, AM3c: joins the will
employment
? With the wartime peak ranks of "civilians'this them during the coming year.
': long since passed', and with demobilization making sharp ever week.popular When Helen was asked No specific time. has been set for the balloting, and each

,., _. inroads on the service personnel at NAS Jacksonville, the what her plans were the reply was,, department will conduct its election at the time and place

special i station ferry service has been cut to a bare minimum. "I'm going back to New Jersey tc announced by the department head.
Where two or three large river ferries once busily plied join the 'good' people." Best o' In order that ballots be consid-

H. waters of the St.: Johns in; the early morning hours andme luck, Helen in whatever you undertake the group had good luck with a net ered valid, three candidates must '.
t catch of 300 pounds of fish. Not be chosen. All ballots which do not
again at the close of the day, nowa Paul C Heljenek, S2c, will also bad, eh 1MIriam have three names checked will not
lone Navy launch has assumed 1 become a civilian this week. Paul : Subjeck Leney leaves be counted Ample opportunity will\
PPL'I says he is going back to his native good old NAS this week. Miriam be provided every station em-
city,' Philadelphia, and "take verified the words of the song ployee to cast his vote despite un
\ life easy" for a while.!\ Good luck "Your Happiness Lies Right in usual hours of work.
\ .LIES to you, Paul. I Your Own Back Yard," as she met Lt. (jg) A. O. Anderson, Indus-
and married a nice young man trial Relations Officer yesterday
W. L. Still, Supervising Unit Inspector
Accessories Group, has from her own city, Buffalo, New urged all employees to cast their
been detained at home this past York, while here on the station as I notes Monday. "Shop committeesare
Prior to their benefit," he said, "andit
week due to 'an unfortunate acci a WAVE, he a sailor. for your
M'bLU dent. While changing an auto tire,, wedding on the station, and even is up to each individual em-
Mr. Still wrenched his shouldera from the same City, they never ployee to make the election a suc-
!!! GOES ON I Now are "
knew each other. they cess.
painful accident. Take it
PPLY DE- very to residein for committeemen -
and Candidates shop
married plan
: easy, Mr. Still, and we hope your happily
Dwelle (R both. are
Buffalo. Good luck to you in the various departments
I will be a speedy one.
leavt. The recovery a Faircloth R. L. Duguid,
Our department is losing quite George D. ,
had married I Ed Butts, Supervising Inspector few enlisted inspectors. The following A B. Holmes, Henry C Melzer,
a complete Assembly Unit, says he is checked cut recently and Jr., Elmer N. Swanson, Alonza T
Now she is ready to trade his Stearman PlaneIn I' were transferred to other stations Hall, S. A. Whittington, Johnnie
Miami-way. for a F6F after enviously as indicated: Leavins, Robert Totman Public
to work we I watching the aerial antics of those C. E. Moore, AEM3c, transferred Works Department; Patricia As-
"Mrs. Rich I F6F planes in the air several days I' to Miami, Florida. kew, Ray W Bailey, Wallace R.

: Reigel ago. I The following were transferred Holmes, William H. Hood, FrankV.
them. Frank Moriarty and F. E. Sollie to Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Moriarty, James A. :Morris, Lo-
(Public Joined members of the Plating I Elbert Bogart Willis, ACM; Joe renzo A. Williamson, Sara E. Ver-
on a six- Shop in a deep-sea fishing trip a Bob Thomas, ACM; R A Leeden, ner-Inspection Department; JohnR.
Haven. She few days ago. :Mr Moriarty andSolie I ACMM; R. V. Gossman, AOM3c; Saunders, John B. Hofmann, Al-
15th. Lucky went along to "inspect the Ray Brenay, AOM2c: and Thomas bert I. Spencer, Mildred E. Golden,
who former fish," but Sollie must have been too Finley, ACMM Lewis G. Hall, Harold M Rock-
( ) eager in his inspection as a triggerfish We hope each of these Inspectors wood, C. E. McPherson, Frank D.
secretary to politely snapped back at him will enjoy their new station and Warren, Thomas P. Roberts, Wil-
been out on and nipped his finger. That fish they will each be missed by fellow liam T. Pyburn Assembly and
r rang for her wasn't a landing gear you were inspecting workers here. Repair Department; Martha E.
. Dallas, Tex- was it, Sollie ? Anway 4 Moeller, Mary G. Barket, GeorgeE.
Geor- Doctor: "I regret to inform you Barker, Ethel B. Turner, :Michael
I' lie Cox, Supervisor of Personnel that wife's mind is completely Cascone, Eunice L. Holloway,
and ac- Section. She plans to fly to Philadelphia !\ your" Jessie R Morgan, Betty J. Gilliam,

to be married to Harold "I'm gone.not surprised, Doc. She'sbeen Ethel H, Mathews, Floree J. Bar-
) has re- McGeorge. The tentative date is Miscellaneous Commit-
giving me a piece of it everyday den- Shop
August 10th. After the ceremony for twenty years, now"
) is they: will leave for Canada. Since
new ring there wil be no time limits and no
.1.' hand, has deadlines to meet, they will! driveL tee.fp78 :
J j and "oh's", little, fly a little, and sail a lit- _
is none oth- tle. It is with regret that we say I
\: formerly of "au revoir" to her. Our best wishes ft
J go with her as she assumes the I b* -=_ AROUND A&R
Supply De- role of homemaker. .

to Bll- Gladys Rhodaback vacationingat : ..!. I : :

) home is being missed by E. The three C's, Carman, Curtis\ and
\:; Adolph Men. gine Patts. She reports that Engineering-by Fred Clan
becoming, home vacationing is pleasant .tn.1 -Every time Engineering get Clyne must take care of all the

will be comfortable Suzanne new help around the stenographer's drafting now.
who is (Public Voucher) has returned aft desk, someone leaves. Las Mr. Seibert, after being transferred
; camp this er three days spent in Duke Hospital Friday we said farewell to Bet! to Engineering, has left us.
Durham, North Carolina havinga I Meyer who has been in A & R for We all wish him good luck.
is glad to check-up. The weather there was I two years. Beth will spend i aI Miss Kirkland rejoined the force
after his so chilly she needed a coat. I I month's vacation in Texas afte. 29 July, and Miss Bojettwill return -
spent at the Time Section regrets the recent which she will return to Jacksonville Monday 5 August. Then fora
of the Elec- resignation of Bascom Inman I I The new person in the sam< couple of weeks everyone in the
been away and in full swing is Tannt
; wife's moth- We are glad to welcome back Ver- I group Drafting section will be here,
formerly of Public Smith. thank goodness.
ba Copeland,
: e extend our Voucher Section. She Is now in Accounting I' Mrs. White is now back fron Tracy of the Duplicating Shop
Department Several her vacation and ready for com has no news this time. No excite-
is back from Supply employees who left July I plaints.How come you didn't set. : ment, eh, Tracy'Administration
is
tavern 1st are now working at War As- Kansas on your vacation, Mrs and Personnelby -
in full sets Corporation We hear they White It seems like a pretty good Mattie II. Wood-Miss Euleene
has moved in like it fine.Henry state to me.Talking Willingham had a wonderful daydeepsea

the I Behrens and Charles of vacations, Mr. La ml: fishing last Thursday A
selects
back the 22nd and was confronted little thunder storm and downpourof
; in the File Hawkins (Engine Parts) ,enjoyed a came rain didn't make much difference t
task"Have
with various new
trip last week-end '
fishing
his deep sea
: found them all jet, / did it 'Willie?" There was ;
: by bring The John Conrads and Aubrey you .
of fish for everyone.All
plenty f
: : ) back. (She Wilsons had a big day recently at Lamb? welcome I',
has move civilian personnel
Kolbe
Man"
terminated by a fish "Lucky
summers pre the Beach, officer Lt, R. "
into his new home. Wonder how hi their new personnel ,
at .Ma'port.
dinner
winters In L. who joined the happy \
Helen Davis Anyone needing a painter, pageDiantha did it? Carr
bus- Mason (Public Voucher), Take pity on the drafting enc< force last week.
Chicago,
of Engineering. We have gong Can you imagine John Nazal
all her
I' File As she has been spending
in the of all things
off .
fellow time painting her apartment down the third time for help. Any taking a day
; [ last young week., she spare Is becoming an expert. one know any good draftsmen', '1 to celebrate his birthday.


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, '. NATTC, Welfare, Recreation

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--- WHAT TO DOi WHERE TO GO/ i e''C COMIW. ROBERT P. BRKItK

Back in the winter of 1943 the
SARATOGA ended her long vigilin
MOVIE SCHEDULE .
the South Pacific and came

; north to join in the capture of the t
NATTC Gilberts and Marshalls. It took ua
some'tlme to get used to the vast
f) THURs|>.VY INSIDE JOB with Preston Foster and Ann Rutherford multitude of ships operating withus

quite a contrast to,the ..early
11 I !| days down south. ,"i.* ;', ,
nUIY.IONSIEUR BEUCAIRE starring Bob Hope and Joan 'I After the initial pmh iito fc'Kwajaleln :

Caulfiekl our Task Group went'S. ,';
I- the unduig of J
out and took over p Q\
FKII@ ).VY IlT-2000.2MI Dance. "Juke Bon Jamboree" couples Eniwetok- preparin ;;for;lhe land, "
,
1 only Iti fuslc by NATT-Cata (Av Fund. Orchestra) > \I ing there. For day after ,day' the .'
II planes went out'or regular schedule '. ..
I .SATrill\Y-MONSIEUR BEUCAIRE Bob Hop and '"f>
starring
and pounded away at the Ux> .
'
,
Joan Caulfield. { } land's defenses. Even the aviators

.e ? tired of the routine, while to the
UM\Y-SING WHILE YOU DANCE, with Ellen Drew and rest of the crew one day was quit? "

Robert Stanton. like another as we circled about i ul
almost the same section of ocean.
MUSIHl'su TlJt \Y-CANYON PASSAGE with Susan Finally came the time to fuel ...

Hayward and Dana Andrewa.WEINESIX1DEVIL'S. again so we took a couple of de-
1 stroyers and proceeded! east to ren-
Anita Louise and Jim Bannon. .
MASK '-- -- in
dezvous with the tanker?: Early
LT. COMDR.: M. :MAKKKVKKLt : LT. WILLIAM MUIH j the radar
1'11l'ICSU.\Y-DANGER WOMAN, with Brand Joyce and Don I the morning a pip on
Comdr. Merle Makeever has Considering. interest in sports I Identified itself as our old friend
Torter. been appointed Welfare Officer tee and athletics for the benefit of the I the. Rappahanock. A course was
succeed Lt. William Muir who is 1\ men it is readily understood why selected into the wind and the familiar

THINGS TO DO-ABOARD to be discharged soon Mr. Ma \ Mr. Makeever was chosen as Wel- I routine of taking on another
keever is well known to NATTC fare Officer. His concern for the load of oil commenced, as it
sports fans for his fine work In'' men and their recreation has been had downs of times before

II Him l' hllOl1 Monday through Friday, 1700-2130 Saturday coaching the NATTC Raiders Mr : apparent. In view of these factorsit As the morning passed the wind
1.100-2140.: : ; New location in Bldg. 414, Wing No. 1. Instructors duty Makeever came to NATTC April is to be sure that Mr Makeeverwill : hauled to the northward and we
for leather chaft model airplanes, and plexiglass of 1915 and has been instrumental continue the fine work of Mr. I altered course bit by bit to keep
in the excellent baseball record of W. Muir I heading into it. Presently over the
REEK: \LL-Open nightly 1,730-2130. Outdoor and inside areas.
the Raiders. I ,, Mi Muir, who is to be discharged horizon could be sl.'en' tropical
and snacks available
Sandwiches I
Although Mr. Makeever is now I shortly if not already plans to I island, which it had originally
OI-'FI'tnS': KKCUliATlON ItOOU In auditorium open. daily, attached to Welfare and Recreation attend a coaching school. Upon I been our intention to avoid. But
ping :,i pinland lounge available. he will continue to managethe completion of his course he plansto 'I there seemed to be no harm in

IIOULING Six alleys behind Ship's Service available tr* all baseball team for the remainder coach at Massillon, High Schoolin passing close to it even if there
personnel 1 Monday through Saturday. 1700-2130. Free bowling if you of the season II Massillon, Ohio. i were Jap's still on shore. Besidesit
set your own pins lOc a line for pin boys ------ --------j ij was lun to see something else

MODEL AlKl'LANK: CI.UI\-lNATTC Atrdales) Meets Saturday I besides white-capped waves all
NATTC AIRDALES around us for a change and as far
morning at J030 in Auditorium Bldg.
5HUFFLEBOARDomooti as we knew we were the first shipsof
i\Ll.r.OOM 1 IHNCh: (OI-A S*Every Monday and Wednesday at II ATTEND DIXIE our Navy to see this island.

> the Hostess House. Beginners class 1900 to 20>>0. Advanced class, I Closer and closer we came untilwe

2000 to 2100. t'I could see the sandy beach and
No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between I STATES AIR MEETThe the waving palms quite clearly

these hours of natives standing on
with
; 10th annual Dixie States"model groups
S\\'I\IMISG-I'ool: No. Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Officers the shoie Then it passed astern
1 air meet held and
Saturday
Couples Family Groups-Children must be accompanied by parent and fell below the horizon again as
*. Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. OJ'I Sunday at Her long Field was highlighted I we finished fueling and headed
Pool No 2-For Male Personnel only-Enlisted and Officers. Mon I by a display of radio con- : beck to Sniwctok< to po-ind the
trolled tile AAF with
day throuh Friday, 0900 to 1100 1200 to 1100. 1500 to 1600 and 1700 flying by a i Jipsome: more.
to 2100 Saturday: 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. commco Drone target plane which could do Not many of us knew the name
'eveivilung but play pool raven; so I
(,,01.1'.Station Course, daily" from 1000 to sunset Saturday and KIU'OKTEl I' much as to make a dead stick of tie land then or thought, about
Sunday from 0900-1700 Open to all personnel. Clubs available at Gear that I it for 1 Ie 'ig It was just! ui incident
t 3 July--P. W Aciee Lt. landing after the parachute
f, Locker in S-nithside of NATTC Auditorium. Monday through Saturday1001).170' that enlivened: the day. But we remember -
MC, UbNIl. Dispensary i lowers it failed to unction. I OLD LADY
that
1030-1700( it now
>. Sunday 12 July--A. ,M. Hearn Capt., The Daytona club won the club I in
under a
l\Jn..lt' Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band. USMC MAD I plaque for the most entiles SARA h ad gone We thin! of 1
Hash of blazing glory.
ftandals at Barracks 13.TtNM 1J P. Orrill Ens.
contact: JulyD. SCS George Moust of St Augustine the days when she was cruising
; : Racquets and balls available at Physical Training Bldg USNR, TAD I won the trip to New York with his the bringing terror to her en-
513. 15 July---D. C. McLeaish, Ens., entry of a solid model 1 of a P-35 envies seas in two oceans: The islan 1

IIOMLM S 1101'SK-Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sunday SCS, USNR, TAD. I Bill Thomas of Daytona was was BIKINI''
lioo to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. 16 July--R. C. Duthie, Ens., high point man with a total of 30 -..
SCS, USNR, TAD; H. F. Garris, Judges for the beauty event were
N.\TTC "limA ItLocated in Auditorium. Open Monday through Ch. Elec, USN, Training13JulyH Braxton Rhodes USN,
Capt. Capt.
Friday u9- o to 2100\!: Saturday and SUnday-1230 to 2100. If You Can Walk .
> G. CleUml, Lt. (jg), W. P. Wood and Capt. R, J. Knoxof
ATHLETIC GL'AK: -Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training USN; R. J. Mac 1-saae, Ch Elec., National Air Lines

Depar.. >!It. Dldg 513 USN. Major L. C. Holloway of Orlando I You Can Dance

; SOI-'lit.M.L- Games in the Intramural Softball League are played 22 July-J. P. Tedesco.' Lt. ijg) was winner with his Fairchild

every week-day night beginning at 1700. DC, USNR, Dispensary-Dental; : PT-24 which was accurate in scale I If you can walk you can dance.There's .
J, H. Anderson Lt. (cjgl DC US even to the :5-cylmder M-5 engine. no reason why you should
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE NR, Dispensary-Dental; D. Chris- Second place went to R. L. Sea- favor the stag lines when dancingis
toff, Lt. DC, USNR, Dispen- great of Orlando with his twin en- so easy to learn Dancing is simply -
J.U KSO.N\ILIJ', llRACIIhv-Buses leave at frequent intervals sary-Dental; A. F. Cuervo, Lt. gine P-61. a walking step with rhythmic
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e aj Navy) Surf bathing ( jgl), DC, USNR, DispensaryDental The NATTC Airdales had a spotof variations.
of worlds finest beaches Bus T. C. Keiser. Lt. (jg), DC US-
and other recreation at one ocean ; hard luck at the meet. RayWalton's New ballroom Dancing Classes
fare 25cN. NR. Dispensary-Dental; E. L. Miller McCoy powered speed job have been organized to take place

.\ \ I >l..t.......-> .Il).+m..r. iill.., 101 Eat Church Street. Lt. (jg), DC, USNR Dispen he had hoped to set a new record every Monday and Wednesday eve ...
UM r ) CENTERS: at 122 West Forsyth Street; 311 West Duval sary-Dental, H. T. Moore Lt. (Ijgl.) with developed internal. troubles on ning from 1900 to 2100 in the( .

Street. I/SO WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. DC, USNR, Dispensary-Dental the line. Bob Strub's Bullet I Hostess House of NATTC Variations -"
CANOEING, riMILNG, AND IJOAIJNU: Cedar River on San :2T July--W. D. Guffe)', Elect., powered original model would not of the waltz, fox-trot, rhum

Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on USN; C. D. Norris Elect. USN; start. Doherty and Vamdergrilf's ba and tango will be taught.
W. T. Lt. USN.
Mahoney (jg),
San Juan. Row Boatstwo hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor Tiger powered job had a crack up You will surprise yourself when''
29 S. Harlm Lt.
boats-Si.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat July--D. ss after a failure in hand launching. you're able to dance after a few'; -
(jg), USNR. Dispensary-Dental.
IIOUsiitUK: K1DING( MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STABLES 1)E1'.t'IIEI>> : ) That was really tough luck, because lessons
Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay I .
the planes in Class B could
1 July-J. C. Allan, 1st Lt. US-
Rides MCR (NAVCi I ; J. O. Bennett, Lt. not even come competitively closeto Floor Show PlannedFor'
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(tjgl) (Alt. USNR our model Best speed in ClassB
:RECEIVE: NAVY UNIT COMMENDATION 2 July-A. L. Lawson, Lt. d(jg), was 678 mph., and their ship Jnko Box Review'The :>

I (SI), USNR; C. R. Maim Lt. (jg), was one oT those super 100 mph. ..
(AL) USNR; G. R. McCaughey, jobs Keith Walker's plane placed dance "Juke Box Review";:
I Ens., ( AL.) USNR, R. L. Spon- I second in the Class C U-cpntrolled I to be held. Friday at the NATT
& berg, Lt. S(02)( ) USNR: ; G. Taylor I speed event. with a speed of 100.2 Auditorium has a surprise in storq:
d 'IJ 'f" I Lt. (AI ), USNR. mph : for the couples that will attend.
e 3 July-S D. Fergson, Ch. A combine meet between the I The Committee has a floor show
,
Elect., USN. Airdales NAS and the Jax Club planned with the popular song and

iJ 8 July -W. Meadows, Lt. Cmdr, U now being planned. dance team from NCCS-USO of,,
Cis) USNR. Ray Walton, president of the Jax, Shorty Waggoner and Jean
9 July R. W. Huston. Capt, Airdales, says that due to the num- Hayden and Magic by Malcolm R.
NAVC USMCR: E. W Webb. Lt. ber of men being transferred from Ogden of the AEM School. There'll

> USN this base the NATTC Club i.. losing I be refreshments and rise corsages
It July -H. E. Farver. Lt., }OIC, members, so all hands are invitedto for the girls.
1 1'By USNR; L. B Nagel Cmdr., DC, join the club. Anyone can do I It will be the first appearance of 40
USN. so by contacting Walton at the the NATT-Cats (Av Fund Orches-'!':..t

; 12 July J.o'. Morgan, Ens. (A) Hobby Shop. time) at the NATTC danced. ,W
L, USNR; D. L. Manson, Lt. Cdr. -
(A), USNR ---- i JAX AIR NEWS

16 JulyT.. P. Coroms, hit Lt, B: "Whit was her name?" I NAVAl. AIR TECHNICAL1'fAININC
USMCR "Ha calls himself one of the big
CENTKICCui'Uin
18 July D. C. Goodman, Ens. guns of industry"
(DL) USNR; A. B Hoddick, Eh*. "Well, in a way he has a right Ford' N. laylor, UHN.t .

1j (AIL.) USNR. t.). So far he has been fired seven K ommnnitliiKCuHianuiJor .,lxtrt f. I B<*lM. U8N.
j 19 July B. P. Burns, Ens., (A) times" E.tcutive
; I' .
Editorial Officer for NATTC
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U USNR; C. W. Griffin, Ens. (A)
USMCR A W. King, Capt.. US Section Rooms 137 and 138,
L, USNR; A. R. Llve ay. Ens. (A) ; (
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--- Administration I 500-Af
-'W R. SUvino. USMC.D. Building
L, USNR; P. Nevan, En., (AL) MCR; M. Capt.,
virtue of your services in this Unit, you are hereby authorized USNR! C. H. Sorenson, Lt. Comdr. G. Wood, Capt. USMCR Tel. Ext. 208 -
to wear the Wavy Unit Commendation Rihbon ." So (A1)), USNR '1 21 July-;.-G. L. Minks, Ch Advliort
,
.
stated the letter of commendation received by Lt (4Jg) J. W. Mross 21 July. .J. F. McCormick, Lt Pharm.U SN W Andrew Ehtur LC Comdr ChCi( ) ,

USN for services with Patrol Bombing Squadron 28, and by Lt. William (jg), USN 28/ JulyM M. Frank, Lt. (A' Arthur Kaultoiiikui:*, SI* 'II
B. Sumpter USN, for action with Patrol Bombing Squadron 101. USNR; C. H. Eorenaon, Lt. Comdr. USNR. PhniocraptwMU
1 b NA '. Lb A A Vu.d.ikh.x.4 .
The Kilibons were awarded these men by Cjpt. Ford W Taylor, Commanding USMCR: 2''\. July-J. C. Stalker, Ele'USN. | .814 Photo L.I. *

Officer, N A TIC. 23 July.F. G. Connelly, lat Lt., .



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NATTC BOXERS IN ACTION .

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J14 ho, the Fox! Here wean >o P

again, and its good news this
mek! The boys are finally gettng -

; around to taking flight physl-

Gals, and one can see: that there
Is joy In Mudvllle. A man has a

bit o:: a time keeping himself in al
coholic beverages without that extra -

fifty percent: ,.

A,sold min\ was discovered at a

)housing1**kf.JK';; and a good time
wu''ha .I lI: but the Host, He

.A. )I ':"Ctrs Paso) just be,
;tiw. nettled Clown to
1"'. "
yt: a&; lyrlnd. It happens
why to him? ?'oe

j't;e : '.

'ftB'.t. "B' chiefs from

Cee1a':.rJt\f! ftfl sing f are V'Bbud.\ -
tly-Luduy. 1$01 c..1d insisted; we

... something in about them again

...aL WICK.ifct .

week \10 e had a bum scoop

on rime benoiiia":: \ uta). Seems tae

)t.go bhciilt was nut witti U.e lus- I .h R a

emoos: hlue bei.e, out Vv a t son I
'
liiur.td l..s t. < Kst-on the the

.)i. aU' Vv It\.

C. tfIilher is a very popular

guy; Wu.il a ceituui launui> V>OIKt -
1r.w
IAU H ia leaTiy \uu u. > t'-tfcouu
paoue Culllle'-.OIIS..u'S.I. <..iiK. -

." t.ve time poor Juc a u.g ......a... .

+* auoui taae buauoi... imineatti

,. c.\<>iuip es out. Sol time ur. oimiL
;uiationti. Woy ......... mime i.ot

to W Vioill On Uf.luU.1iw.. 1, .gilt

'ira, but omy at t.io >gul t..e.

l>a __ vud blue
oit vc feo; iiuo ij.c

)011.0

Ui..i.u..a h.nc ai.nwi la prettylonesome
these days: Us a bog

to ''iipptiai: ', ANu to La.- .i
way .. ..
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loiuia.. Dou t wo. j', oianny: juac
tune in Wit'>utul tniiiKiiij '
spend your
,. I1'IO\loI! You wolf' Out i !In
It Diver
... v.iend Delchamps he is prt'llY'1;'. 'I NATTC Mittmen Slug Bruce Harlan, Top I
I
buoy these das
Welfare all day, aids the pn bo>' : ChampionshipsI Meet
alter hours, supervises the movie, For Center National Swimming

thin Kills sanuwuhts at the I

Hall until it clcw.esHe Ht'C'1 Wednesday night, the finals of. the NATTCen. boxing } Bruce Harlan SpA)2c( took top
u bloom in the next few ua)' the new Auditorium when nature DIVING CHAMP ; honors in the high and low boarddiving
he making were moved into contests during the Naval
sweep the plate while a I tourney The elements .
the proceedings. -" """'
his minus. :deems:: he lan do everything again threatened to interrupt Air Training Athletic Conference
but sell his car! I however, didn't bother the audience, for a large Swimming Meet held -hut' at
encouragement to thelugger' NATTC last Thursday and Friday.
!
furnish
the Padre is asking hand to
,
Incidentally crowd vas on F- ti Competition was keen as lop (livers
all hands why they don't reform I I -:: -- from many Air Stations took
What's the matter, Deacon, have : the eveningwas
The first' bout of 1 succeeded in ?' but Davenport f
the duty? Featherweights men,
worrying the
;you got I clash between:
went to
a for those deciding ; Second and third place
Nicholas says it's the needle, not t to decide\ who was to be tagging Schebries B. F. Grady of NAS Memphis and

the stuff! You dope fiend, jou1VVvie :' the champ of NATTC AlthoughJim points Dave Enoch of NAS Jacksonville
all having a wonderful I Trapp was the favorite to win The trophies will be awarded the respectivel

time here at Yellow Water, even Combs finally convinced him of each
I I Joe and winners and runnf'u-up I Harlan one of the nation out
the Mess Cooks have smiles ontheir was the better man I
he
I I that decision claN as soon as they arrive. The standing divers also holds the Na-
faces but Perkins has to go bowed to the judges'
Trapp Cham-
!I donated by Welfare tional AAU Junior Diving
himself.What's awards arebeing
the Beach to .
to enjoy
I pionshTp and was runner up with
the matter Perk? Don't Richard Beck, the leatherthrowI I and the eight to twelve inch' second place in the National AAU

you want anybody to tee her? We ing bhip cook, again came out on tall statues will be appropriate I Senior Championship MeetHe

hope you got rid of the Pistol top to snatch the Lightweight : honors for these Champions of the also placed second in the National

Paikin Mama. If you dldn'tlIt'e championship of NATTCen. from' boxing tournament. I Indoor Diving Meet held in Bain-
of of those of Av. Fun, Class 28 NATTCen I t
hold one
Jim and get 18Rj Moreno showedhis i bridge last April.
round Ford N. Taylor
at Mathews the second I Captain
Look of
Flak Suits. end
surplus the
At Beckquickly of the boxing | Bruce left last week for California -
but
Perk, he finally got wise and score was even, appreciation '
,
the and won the when he spoke of the fact with Lt. Helen Perry to compete -
Shootln'Gallerl tourney
recovered
skips those Jacksonville for I in the National AAU diving
not fighting
I think he by a large' margin.In that the men were
s. Personal. third round Leo for the sport of boxing. I meet to be held there soon.
class, but
Welterweight money
suddenly got gun-shy!!! the t
Esta talus por etta dia, aniigos Luquette won a fast moving, and I I Cokes were furnised by Welfare I S S5-

Bones and Notches, and all that Hard fought decision from AEM and no one was thirsty, as the volume -
Lt. H.
testified
Bluff We'll see you next week. student, Bob McGlothhn. of empty bottles amply I Perry
Bond. AF27, and Dick Music was broadcast over the

Araud Ronald, AEM 48, fought a fast, ''r., A. system and just before theopening BRUCE HARLAXSWIMMING Leaves ForCalifornia
the Jun- bout "the joint was jump- -- -- -- --
three-round bout for --
THE WORD. close and ." CHAMP ,
in
... ior middleweight supremacy decision, the .__..... .w. __
I added attractions were ', "
1 Bondy won by a narrow Two : < < .
tf? Frpm Aviation f Fundamental | Another upset came in the fifth fiee-for-all and the exhibition Rut- .t' '*" "a)I Lt Helen Perry of NATTC Welfare
when Tony "flyweights" Ronny v
'r ti.14" bout of the evening between j and Recreation, left last weekfor
, School ; Bob McDon- and Dick \Nilczew- i ', ,'
bested 72 ,
. .".. .J'- ,' Compagnone ter, pounds :' California with Bruce Hailan,
MCDonough participated "
Five
'" AlOne ough'with a split-decision. I ski,78 pounds.. men_ r ,. >"'. to attend the National A.A.U
4 fftK' K. Graham the favorite to win, but in thG free-for-all melee "
:. Jtiwas in a bar, so the story was deliberation, and acheck Manzer. AF22, Short CTO, Tally, "14 v 1' Swimming and Diving Meets
0 careful
: goal,\that an Army sergeant, in after RefereeAl Vveisstein, AF28 and Me-I : I Miss Perry has been active in
both fighters AF27, *
-vo' with ,' .
found J{ training Bruce Harlan, NATTCChampion
the{course of his boasting, Sinibaldi awarded the laurels Baffle, AF28 The men were blind-I J : I '" ,.y, diver.
j himself next to a Marine corporal. folded and placed in the ring to :
to Tony. )
He eyed the corporal a moment, Welfare won catch-as-calch-can, and the audi : I Lt. Helen Perry is well known
from t
but said nothing Then, "been on Fete Arms crown from ence was genuinely amused altheir among national swimming ciicles.
the''Canal,' corporal?" the Light heavyweight 25, by a'' antics. Especially when theirconsternation She held the 100 yard backstroke
"Yeah." George C\lumblnf'AF Columbine was was heightened by I National Indoor Championship in
"Thtn I you know that foreery technical knockout. tied long I 11P39-1941. Miss Perry toured
guess out of his corner I the boxing gloves on 1
had ten soldiers unable to come South America with the All Arnl'ri -
one marine we into their faces
shoved
A hard right sticks and
there!" : for the third round. i ican Swimming team of 11140* ; was
over
Columbine outside the rope
with
(The corporal sipped his scotch) ; by Arms connected round of by men wants to call "f'C 1 a member of the Olympic Mythical
in the opening i Chief Al Sinibaldi
"Yeah, I know sergeant "That's s jaw I Team of 1940Because .
I bout and he was on all the kids' attention to the box
about the right proportion! the seventh of her aquatic abilities,
just three daysa I
AvFundin the rent of the fight ing school he is holding
On June twenty-fourth. top most surprising Wednesday, and Miss Perry was the official DivingJudge
and ,
week, Monday
third i
The 1
tradition, Air'Training
the best Old Gold the theplace at last week's National
in and
1400
finals came The time is ,
of the Friday. .
I .
'c1df'd something. new. Bttinnlngw.hat reversal Heavyweights Walter I the NATTCen Boxing Swim Meet.
is
marines have formed last bout when .
date ten Jack
and Pool
28, of Swimming
Davenport, AF I Area just! west
a part of each class, and their 1 AF 21, met Davenport I No. 2, The school is being Conducted Gambling Take the Air
forthe Schebries
course is exactly the same save I when he came for the children of all Officers I of Las Vegas
surprised everyone J .{ (SEA)-Operators a
marine weekly Inspection.The .
The tussle I between ,.
ten ratings taught as indoctrination out on top by decision both and Enlisted Personnel l. M. Nev. night club are planningto

_ar.. .not.. nrun to the leath- I' showed hard fast blows. by. -- the ages of seven and fifteen Only I -__. ..1"--:-! buv a surplus B-20 and convertit
.0 u now '
attending
children are -"
.rrnnks, however. The only ones i is tr 'lng.to ar I, twelve LT.TlfcLEN I'I<:RRY into an airborne gaming casino
AvFund
\ signed to and "Al" can use plenty more. between Reno and Las Vegas -
.
select are AEM, AM, or P.F.C. _._ plying
-
they may to receive I --- -- --- -
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marine range for the men I You will have a chance to show -- .
AMM. That fact limits the (Provided '- soulso
with
itinerary. From Cherry Point to I when course graduated maintain a sufficiently I "Mom" and "Pop1 what you have Breathes there a man Music and entertainment will be

Jacksonville, and from there tn either of they average). learned too, because for the enterprising dead hath turned his head supplied while they try the gamesof
high \ boxer there will\ be Who never
Memphis chance.
Jacksonville again or who complete a | young said'Mmmmm
marines and
The exhibtioin matches at every Box
will be a-signed badl"
not
At the prehent time the marines Class "A" school units, and, if theIr| duties -' ing Smoker held In,the NATTCenarea ,, Said the'tire-Oy as he backed into >
not advanced upon to operating) So, come on down to the he the )awn mower; 1'm delighted -
ate call for it, they will fly. to box the She talked in her sleep BO
araduat-I and learn "
ing from, Aviation' P. S. Good luck, from we-all tc I Boxing area with Chief Al Simbaldi sent her borne to mutter. no end.
Captain A. M. Hearn, right way
licer-in-Charge of the marines' as- [i you-all.

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TilE FIRST ANNUAL Naval Air Training Athletic Conference Swimming Cham- Lt, Comdr W L. Surrick, Dallas. Third row, left to right: Lt. G. W. Sever, Ottumwa;
pionships were run off Thursday and Friday at the big indoor pool here, with the Navy
Lt Comdr, R. A O'Connell
Memphis Lt. E. W. Kersenbroch
; Ottumwa
I ; Lt. (jg)
Pre-Flight School at Ottumwa, Iowa, capturing top honors. NAS Jacksonville was
the runner-up. The meet was a huge success, with the competition keen and the added W C. May, NAS, Jax, and Lt Comdr. C. L. Thompson, NAS, Jax. At the top center
attractions excellent. The layout above gives some idea of th e action during the : are the girls who performed In theAquacadetop left are the two Hoerger sisters
two-day affair. In the center are the officials whose efforts contributed materiallyto soaring through the air; top right, Lt. Helen Perry, Leonad Warren and Lt. Comdr
the smoothness which characterized the entire event. They are, first row, left to Ben Grady of NAS Memphis crowd around the desk of the recorder, Lt. Comdr. V. H.
right: Arthur Koutsonikolis, Sic, announcer, NATTC, Jax: Comdr. John Miller, head Rambo; lower left, Referee-Starter Charles Rosser prepares to fire the opening gun;
judge NATO, Pensacola, Lt. C. C. West clerk of course, NATC, Jax; Lt. E. Sullivan, lower right, a comedy diver Is snapped as he falls off the high board. At the bottom,
Banana River: Lt. (UgI) E. J. Van Ek, Corpus Christi!; Lt. Hollis Lepley Corpus center, Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davison, Commandant of the Seventh Naval Districtand
Christi; Lt. P J. King, NAS, Jax. Second row, left to right: Lt. (Jg) J. Macklin, Chief of NAAT, congratulates J. Higgins of Otumwa after presenting the squad .
Pensacola. Comdr. Warren P. McGuirk, NAS Jax; C. O. Roeser, starter and referee; with the team trophy.In r-'"
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FLIERS WIN FIVE STRAIGHT on 24 July, the NAS Fliers I Golf ChampionshipsWill "
beat Fort Lauderdale twice by MEETINGTODAY
scores of 3 to 2 and 5 to 4. Hart- .
DESPITE LOSS OF PLAYERSWith man, pitching with nice control, Begin This ,
outlasted LaCote, the Lauderdale ,.\ min Interested in placing -
ace in a thrilling mound duel to Week-End At NASThe with the 1946 Jax: Navy football ii ii11 '

air-tight pitching from Hartman, and good defensive win the first game squall lime been incited to attend A "
play from the infield contributing to a smooth ball LaCote, displaying an overpowering 1916 NAS Golf Championship a meeting at Phyulf*! '.:'
will Training
under Sat-
race get way Headquarter, IHdfi
fast ball struck
team, the Jax Fliers cut a 2 to 0 win out of the St. Simons NAS boys in the, first four out innings.seven urday if Old Sol puts in an ap- 726, this. afternoon' at 1615: by r_
club in their recent tilt. Leading the Fliers at bat were Mc- Lauderdale had scored four runs pearance, Jack Harvey, station Lt. Comdr. K. A. Kovalrherk,' ,.
Cachren with a double and a single and Berner and Allen in the fourth frame for what seem- golf pro announced this week. head coach.

u... it h t u.'n.. q,;..O'tpq. _, nnnh_ .._ ed to be a safe lead. The "safelead" Three flights will be run off Those who already hate made
nu on. _._ and
"b ---- -------- was endangered, however, Saturday Sunday, consistingof application to join the '46 grid
The Fliers broke up a scoreless the ninth. Hartman, the new shin- when Steve England banged out a championship flight, first flight, iron aggregation are also urgedto
duel in the third Inning with Allen Ing star on the team, pitched long one for a triple in the fifth. I and second flight. The championship be present,
getting a single and stealing sec- mighty good ball for eight inningsbut He scored from third on a wild I flight will be open to men _.
ond. McCachren, playing coach, tired in the ninth. With the pitch.In I with handicap of 10 or better, the
collected a double on a right field score five to three, two singles and the sixth, the Fliers eased in- first to men with 11 to 22 handi- now putting: at Ft. Lauderdale.
hit to score Allen.In an error gave Banana River one to the lead on a triple by Manning, cap, and the second to men with The VSB team, led by Lt.
the seventh McCachren sin- run and left men on first and sec- a perfect bunt by Allen, and a se- 22 to 40 handicap. Each flight will Comdr, John larrobino,* has not
ged and then scored all the way 'ond with no outs. This was the ries of wild pitches by the Fort consist of 16 men, giving the con- competed in of the
from first on a bunt by Berner. I spot Coach McCachren was in Lauderdale pitcher, test a starting entry of 48. Harvey any past tilts, .
The team showed a lot of hard when he pulled Hartman out and Seidwitz pitched steady ball to estimates that over a periodof but it will be well to watch it. lar \ J
-'I running and hustle, sparked by put Allen on the mound from beat Lauderdale 5 to 4 in the sec- two weeks all the playoffs will robino is the number one man on
Hill Allen, Manning and McCach shorstop. Showing athletip versa- ond game of the double-header. have been run, and the new cham- the NAS team, and is expected to
tility, Allen promptly slammed the This game, however, was goodto pion of the base can be crowned.No give the boys trouble. ,
ren.The game was rough all the door in the River team's face by the finish. After apparently decision on the awards has Contrary to all the recent golf :.J
way, belonging to anybody till the forcing the next three batters to having the game won In the sixth, been made yet, according to Har contests, all greens on the course ..t.
end. Hartman displayed a live fly out into the infield. McCach- the Flier defense fell apart. Four vey.This will be used. The course is In' "
curve ball and mighty good con- I ren, Manning, Berner, Seidwitz, runs were scored against them year there won't be a defending pretty good shape and the scores
trol in sending the pill on its ex- and McGrath all played well for without one ball going out of the champion on the course. turned in should be worthy of a
cursions to the plate. He was never the Fliers. The game ended 5 to 4, infield. Last year's winners have all been championship contest The recent
in any kind of trouble throughthe In the second game on 20 July, Then, in the seventh, Allen, aft- detached or returned to civilian rains haven't helped the course a
nine Innings of the ball game Pitcher Jack Seidwitz and the er getting on first on an error, life. The past winner of the cham- bit, but by Saturday it should be
Over the week-end, the NAS hustling Flier team made it two advanced two bases on a walk to pionship flight, Ens. "Red" Rodent in top shape
Fliers beat Banana River twice on for two with a score of 5 to 3. Berner and a wild pitch. With the Texas, has been detached "JB If you ever have a few spare
the latter'3 home field. In the first Seidwitz had the game under con- count four to four, a passed ball have the winners of the first and minutes, drop out to the number
game on 19 July, the Fliers led all trol at all times, and the game occurred and Allen scampered second flights E. Stewart, AMM2c nine green and take a look at
the way but had a close call in ended uneventfully.. home with the winding run. and Chief David Sweeney, who Is Jack, praying tot good weather

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