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Creation Date: August 22, 1946
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Vol. 4-No. 24 22 August, 1946


Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command



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



II\;,' THEY'RE FLYING BEARCATS NOW I
__ Personal Solicitation



aF 'I Pori Of YMCA Drive AIINAS

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Will Close TodayThe


personal solicitation portion of the Naval Air Sta

tion's YMCA Building Fund Campaign is scheduled to close i

: \"OI I today, and indications are that personnel here have given

the drive substantial support.

I Decision to extend the effort past the 15 August closing

i date set some time ago was reached at a meeting of unit
Aw.
did I leaders last Friday with Lt. Com-
w ,
a dr. Anthony J. Rubino who haa ;

Enoch LightTo succeeded Comdr. Warren P. Mc- :. ,
I Guirk as general chairman The
session was called to check on the
For
Play progress of the drive in the vari-

ous departments.

i! Dance Tonight During the past week the unit

ir leaders made a recanvass of their

Tonight's the big: night. There'llbe activities to be sure that everyone
_
plenty of rug-cuting and ballroom had been contacted. The resultsof

f, '\ dancing, and plenty of sweetI their work during this additional '/
I I and swing music tor those who week are expected to help

fch> like to "sit them out" at the Main- push the local campaign over the

i side Auditorium Enoch Light and
top.In
his famous orchestra will hold the coming month, a numberof
t forth on the bandstand, beginningat special events will be staged to
2030. raise even further the Navy's contribution -
I to the building fund. A
: And don't worry, fellas,. if you boxing show featuring a card of
don't have a date. There will be all-Navy pugilists will be put on
MEMBERS OF THE NAVY Flight Exhibition Team-"The Lancers"-study a map spread on the I plenty of smooth dancers on hand in Jacksonville. Between 2,500
deck in front of one of their new Bearcats in preparation for a flight to Denver Colo, where they and 3,000 tickets to the affair are
will attend the International Air Exposition. From there, the team will fly to Cleveland, Ohio, for the for partners-all you have to do expected to be sold. Admissionwill
I: National Air Races. They took off on the first leg of their journey yesterday. Pictured are, left to is step up and ask them to dance. be 50 cents.A .
, right Lt. Alfred Taddeo Lt. Comdr. R. M. Voris leader; Lt. Comdr. M N. Wickendall, Lt. (Jg) M. W. That's what they'll be there for. special dance is also being

Cassidy. and Lt. (jg) R. F, Robinson.O Last minute preparations for the planned to boost the campaign
-- --- -- big dance will be made today. The fund. The date and place will be
bandstand will be decorated in announced later. In addition to
Bingo Shifted Exhibition TeamIs a
Party Flight these
tropical theme. And cokes will be events, the Welfare Depart-
ment intends to turn over the en-
iced be for
so they'll just right
Wednesday Night; those parched throats after a few tire proceeds of the station's movie
Named "The Lancers""The dances. They'll be free, too. theaters for one performance t)
the YMCA
Navy's fund.
Dancing On ThursdayTo Lancers." That's the name finally given the Navy's I In addition to the toe-tickling Actually, no definite quota has
Flight Exhibition Team after many long weeks of delibera- I rhythms of the orchestra, will be been assigned to naval activitiesin
avoid a conflict at The An- I the smooth warbling of Evelyn the Jacksonville area which are
chorage on Thursday nights the tion. I Kent and Danny Sullivan. These in the
participating campaign, butit
weekly Bingo Party will be held Originally scheduled to be announced about a month featured vocalists will add just is hoped to endow a particularpart
on Wednesday evenings from now ago, the name was the cause of much discussion, and the the right touch to the evening. of the building-like a loungeor
on, it was announced this week by judges had a difficult time trying to agree. Not a single I Tomorrow night the band will clubroom-as a memorial to Na-
the Welfare Department. entry in the contest seemed to sat I provide the music for a dance in vy men formerly stationed here
On Thursday evenings startingat isfy all parties concerned and the with five new F8F Bearcats-the i the NATTC Auditorium, and on who later lost their lives in World
2000 the Air Station Band plays name "The Lancers" was finally Grumman fighter which is the Saturday for a dance in the "O" I War II The entire structure has
for "Dancing Under The Stars." decided upon-although it, also newest member of their "cat" family Club. The affair at the club is for been conceived as a memorial to
Staging Bingo parties on the same was none too warmly received. and faster and more maneuver- all members and guests, and there those who fought and died in this
night was found to be impractical The judges expressed appreciation able than the Wildcat and Hell- will be no charge. However a I war. Total cost is estimated at
.
and by moving it ahead one day, for the interest which so many cat."The special dinner menu is being served J800.000.
The Anchorage now has two "Spe- persons showed in the contest by Lancers" took off yester- that evening by reservation only. It is understood that when com \
cial Events" nights. the hundreds of entries submitted, day for Denver and the Interna- Well boys and gals Welfare has pleted the YMCA building will
Beautiful gifts are awarded to and for the patience displayed tional Air Exposition. When it is done its part It's brought another make available free sleeping ac-
,r r' the winners of the Bingo games. while the long, drawn-out judgingwas over they will fly to the NationalAir big-name band here-so the restis commodations to a limited numberof
,Only a nickel a card is required. going on. They also expressed Races at Cleveland.Unrestricted I up to you. Come on out tonight naval personnel spending their
The dancing and Bingo do not regret that none of the names sub- and have fun. liberty in Jacksonville. !
'I; interfere with the regular opera- mitted were selected. --
,, tion of The Anchorage by Ship's "We're not reneging on our offerof Phones SHIP'S SERVICE CHANGES '
I HANDS
Service. Beer cokes, sandwiches to the
.. $10 person submitting
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potato chips and other refresh- the winning name," they said. Must Be Reduced Says ; '
ments continue on sale during both "Since no one won we intend to Kt111) 'M
events. donate the $10 to some charitable Executive OfficerA : '
There will be no dancing at The organization like the Red Cross or > .
Anchorage tonight because of the Navy Relief" I \ J -?> %
of all unrestricted tele-
big dance at Mainside Auditoriumwith While the judging was going on, survey 1\\i ( c4
NAS is
at
phones now being con- .
Enoch Light and His Orchestra the Flight Team was busy with ducted by department heads witha L, : 411ft,
t.. : "ti"
other things. It has been equipped "
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view toward cutting down the : }
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number of phones on which callsto :. ,", 't .
I THE FLYING PANCAKE town can be made. I ', ,' :, : 1 i ; "ve' I Ij
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', w- The survey requested this week ,
'
by Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, Execu- "> ,t \\ '. ...)
tive Officer has been made neces- :
by the reduction in the number :- f J.,
: sary 't, ,..1'y .,
of trunk lines into Jacksonville +.- .
When the allotment of tele-
y; ? 30 phone funds was cut recently, the j ., fP
: station was forced to eliminate 15
',\,' of the 35 existing trunk lines.
The remaining trunk lines, it
#,1,1' was stated are inadequate to han-
die the number of calls being
1' made daily. By eliminating
r, t tirely all personal calls and en-I
slashing the number of unrestricted -
t.f. .' phones it is hoped to ease the
burden on the trunk lin s. At
present persons who must make
important telephone calls to Jack
t. sonville are forced to wait for long
Y 1, 4 ,. periods and try repeatedly before .i
{ &I.F they find a line which isn't busy.
,;,., Unnecessary unrestricted phones
will not be removed but merely \
I'," changed to a restricted category. LT. A, C. ABNEY, left turns over the operation of Ship's Service
\ TillS REVOLUTIONARY Navy fighter designated XF5U-1 ,The only difference will be that to Lt Comdr Henry L Eppelin who has assumed the duties of t
has a speed range of from 40 to 425 mph. Developed by Chance- off-station calls will be impossible.It Ship's Service Officer at NAS. Lt Abney is on terminal leave prior
Vought the craft has the added feature of one engine being able to was pointed out that unless to being released to inactive duty. The new Ship's'' Service head.re
[ turn over both propellers in the event of engine failure. Continued on Page Four ported here from Pensacola.. Jk



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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 22 August, 1946Hospital



\ $a SERVICE PERSONNEL ALSO ENTITLED I


d t TO ACCRUED TERMINAL LEAVE PAY t


(SEA-Under provisions of the -
Armed Forces Leave Act recently It ing in Ms behalf, or -i!the-vet '
eran dies after becoming f-nUllec"] l
signed by the President, personnel I
to payment but before payment 13 .
remaining: in service after 1 Sep-
tember will be eligible for compensation actually made.
for accrued unused Inducement Leave Out

leave in excess' of 60 days if they Leaves given as ie-enlistmcnt; ',
Ir f 3rc file an application for such compensation inducements are no longer auth
W before 1 September orized. Personnel reenlisting maybe :
1947. granted up to CO days reenlistment -

Here's how the act works: leave, but it will be do "
Personnel being discharged be- ducted from leave accrued under "
'!previous enlistment or from leave
fore 1 September and those al-
1 earned in the future, or both

coin-1 I pensation for earned leave up For officers being) separated
120 days. Personnel remaining on prior to 1 September, existing directives -
active duty after 1 September are are still in force. Officers f
allowed up to 60 days earned to be separated after 1 September

leave, with pay and allowances, to will be governed by tho
be taken, as leave prior to their same conditions as enlisted men.
forms fort! thane already f
separation date, and will be com- I Application
will bel availableat
pensated for all accrued unused discharged
k : a a: leave in excess of 60 days as of all postoffices throughout tho

31 August After 1 September all country. Further instructions will 1
announced at a later date foil
be
officers
and men will be entitledto I
v leave at the rate of 2'* daysa : those remaining in service, .

r boa, ti iF month; such leave cannot accrue I i
? however, in excess of 60 -
days CommercialBulletin S

HM )IM of Payment

Payment will be made on the
Victory Day At NASLT. basis of accrued unused leave at I I II

the rate of 21* days each monthof untdlspace
I a.c'4'4'p..l
will *
Bulletins
active service since 8 September -
COMDR TONY F I ban been filled, but no later
1939 at the of
rate
person's
.M t'F 1 f SCHNEIDER, skipper of VSB I pay upon being discharged (or, in I than 1000 Tuesday, Ext H280

Squadron (above) was the principal the case of men remaining in FOR SALK
\ service, at the rate of pay as of 1938 Packard Sedan good me*' antealcondition.
speaker at Victory Day ceremonies Super 8, Almost r."w 8
here last week Shown on : 31 subsistence August), plus allowance 70 cents and per$125 day I 824.ply tires, seat covers, IlItllu. hone

the platform with him are, left toI I per day allowance in the top three HollywoodsIL bed!, double.' msple livingroom

iLIf right, Lt D. A. Anderson, NAS pay grades for men with dependents I l't-$32: thiee Phone2iM17 plwe: ,
'
4 Public Information Officer; Cap- Topcoat, raglan sleeves, brown, all
Payment will be made in five- wool, slightly used Suit. green *'"'
tain Francis Lee Albert, Senior year government bonds with interest bardlne, double bieasted vt. C J...* .....
(;!iWa. IVww/
rl CPpM, 330SB
Chaplain ( 01""
; Captain Anthony R
z i accumulating at the rate of Park
Brady, NAS Commanding Officer, 2'4' percent and the face value Screened baby crib with, /tIHVHJOJf'

and Lt Dean W. Houck, the captain' reached at maturity. The bonds I mattiem Good Road condition. Mi. 43431Imaquuna

aide. At the left, Captain will be negotiable only for use in 1941 Chevrolet Club coupe In '..IY good
$ payments on government wartimeor shape 133IA Randolph t>t, NAS'
Brady, Captain Albert, and Lt. permanent insurance, or in I House, completely fur ntshed. .3 li'-
bus_). tiliaLPrlce
Comdr. Schneider are pictured as converting one type of policy to looms$82V convenient)--requires to stout N percent

s ae.NUarra..r a they leave the bandshell following another, I to handle. Occupancy ,trout S >p.
z
Payment in cash will be made lember'10. 5148 Palmer Ave (Lakeshore -
the The local observancewas
program
only if the amount is less than ),
I Trailer The Alma" 21 fret
limited to the noonhour House
pro $50 if the veteran discharged -
was
long, :2 rooms Extra good condition
gram of speeches and a concertby prior to 1 Jan 1943, If the veteran I Yukon Trailer Paik, lot J.

Ya the Air Station Band is incapable of handling his Coffman,furnishings W>76. for Ihinc loom
\ Complete
own affairs and settlement must I bedroom, dinette, Including UK", '
I be made with another person act- dishes, cooking utensils, Mr Aliio \
baby stroller >' pen Call after .
I 17:10.: 13338 Randolph St. NAS
sl Miss Hanbury The postmark on TODAY IS DEADLINEFOR I 7-piece llvlngroom suite with\ Contact rugs'|
> those letters read Manila, not bedroom and kitchenette.
NOMINATION TO Chief larksnn, 1141A Alley? any or' .1)
,- Honolulu. txt 8<>!M. I
,--" -- 2 rooms of( furniture I Including: 6 piece {
I + tory technician has been seen making N. A. PREP SCHOOL llvlntrromo l suite and 8 pin dining s
eves at a cute litUe gal down OPEN LETTER TO AN XRAY"TECH' room suite Also 1 washing, : mm hlne.
I Today is the deadline for nom- Pike $225. G. L, Banks 1163 liuio-
in the District Enlisted Distribution : Don't be discouraged.The ker Rolld.
I ination of qualified to
Office. Could this be leadingup other fellow will grow to appreciate attend the Neal Academy personnel Preparatory I, \\ANTKI)
to a new romance, or a possible i Ride Stun Atlantic Blvd. and King
I your record collection School. '
transfer? Sweet, Southslde Ext. 794. Mrs.
Even though now ;you have a i Department heads and unit j Nancy Radford. BldK 613
Chatter i We have known all the time tough time pleasing the "sleepyheads" I training officers who have not yet A tide! to ,Jndlanapolls or where-sleutw.
I Cat Eat, T>4 mid
of Upper South in thecorpsmen's submitted the names of the men Will shale i expense
there has been lots of love between ask for Mr. Nanncmann, Blrip, 613.
By Johnny Johnson, Th Mlc the Nurses and the WAVES, but barracks who meet the requirements and Ride-10 Ships' Company Cf.ilm )
I ; who desire to attend are requestedto desire a share-the-expen ride; t*
Another farewell wax said this j we didn't think we would ever the Educational Office, Cincinnati, Ohio, on 24 August, If you
notify
past week, this time to a Marine see them wearing each others uni- I Lt, Comdr. J. E. Neighbors has 954 can help, please contact P. W. Johtv-
patient Virgil Preston Thompson. I forms. Well, we have, and it's legal happily informed us that he has Bldg. immediately son, PhM3, at cither Bks, "*?. ..r the
USN and USMC well
men, as as Sepaiatlon Center Medical 1 DullrtinnTwo ,
too. decided to in the 1
,
definitely stay
Virgil has had a )long convalesente I
USNR personnel who have extended nettled working I gills to shale a
here, and has made many friends 'Regulars." Our gain will be a they have 5-1 oom apaitment. Call Ext' Ki.V ,
are eligible provided
to real loss to his Civilian Good used car for personal use. Call
since arriving here last December. Of news anyone wishing to many stored a minimum of 60 on the fcxt 340.L'nfurnished,
Virgil now recovering from an in- learn to type or to practice on a friends. GCT and have been on active duty house, "lIh :z z'Hlroome,
jury received at Okinawa, is off to typewriter, Red Cross will have prior to 1 July 1946. to rent. Lt Hpnlf'V: Ext. %47.COMMKKCIAL .
civilian )life. His many friends wish one for the use of patients in the Have you noticed Dottie Wright .

him luck in his future undertak near future. Here hoping this recently) limping around the hospital Lynn, MASH. (SEA) A thief COST:: brown-Pair leather of glasses, )Contact wle; blue UelUrRennet rims,
ings. He is making his home in courtesy will be extended to the ? Was it those driving lessons -, who stole second base from Memorial Tel. 273.case.
Jacksonville.I'm I STAFF. Some of us could use a at Goldhead, Dottie? Or was Park would .have upset the I FOR SALE-Living room furniture I

little practice.Wonder .___ I it that mysterious fall in the passageway baseball world if he had stolen! first attachment.Holiywood Bed Hieplaif, Vacuum 1230 Cleaner Ji. llunrcork end t

sure all of us recall the ? base instead. St, (after lb4S. '
events which took place one year I where Kathleen Wat- "

ago last week. Who could forget? kins could have been the other I IN NEW QUARTERS .. '1

The capitulation of Japan was followed night while the loud speaker was I __ .. .._. __ ___ .__" ._
by a series of events such as )1 about ready to jump off the bulkhead I wY
"counting up those points for a ) paging her at the Officer's ( e p
'
long journey home"; no more gaso- Club. Must have been very important s tido a a; ; 4

line rationing, no more points on I You didn't by chance, standup I Ifi
those long wished for steaks And someone, Kathleen

you soon began: pulling out those ti x Os .g
,
cigarettes and paused them &around I A very charming guest arrived r t' re :

without being mobbed. Yes sir'ee, here last week and visited the, -
this past week commemorates the' hospital. She was Miss Babby
first anniversary of a lot of nice Wiggin, a former Red Cross worker

things. !, here at the hospital. We know '
i I the inside dope in the visit, though I ::4 4

It sure Is a relief not having to I We hear it was to make plans for
fall in for those Saturday morn- I: the coming attraction in Septt'm.1
Ing inspections.' Boy, oh boy! We ber involving Doctor Meadows. I
won't get too thrilled over this Somehow those secrets always a ? .

. though. for we know as! soon as leak out. k i iJ
demobilization is completed, there f-
1 will be more.-Darn It- Ole "Dan Cupid" never has a
dull moment around the hospital n
. if it isn't the altar for .tt* r F+
We have heard several sighs of compound, a
relief lately from the WAVES I some, it's love and romance for
Barracks, Since the visiting hours I others. The romance of the week

have been revised, you way now is that of Hazel Riley and that ;r !
say "goodnight" to your "hf'artthrobll" long, tall, curly headed guy on the ,
cm the quarterdeck, and as! "Sheriffs Force." This, no doubt, r t I
!
late as 2300. too. Things are getting will get serious, or so we hear. '%

better all the time.--Be sure -fr 1
though that your heart throb" is A familiar sight outside the t >
'in an "off duty" status.! WAVES Barracks these days it

-- I I' the old Chevy nicknamed "Crick- ..

Hop along to that Silver Dollar el" It's parked there in need of e r.
Salon party sponsored by the Red repairs since "Cricket" couldn't

Cross Thursday night in the Rec : keep a straight course and took a l'

1 Hall. A Red Crone Barbershop I'I telephone pole with it a few weeks -- _.._-----_._._-_._-
Quartet is among the numbers on ago. The owners haven't had a
the \ Guaranteed to be I r f chance to have it repaired since MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN KKI) fit' OSS Mainside office are pictured above in their new

. corny-but program.good! Girls', refreshjnenta ,: they are still sweating out the I quarters in Bldg. 47. The office was moved recently from Bldg. 39. Shown, left to right, are Lataine Drum-
and a whoopm good time. price of the pole mond, secretary; Vincent<<: Brice, assistant Field Director, seated; Barbara Gaulding, bookkeeper; Herbert
r A. Thyng, deputy Field Director; and Paul T. Bevlll, assistant Field Director. Field Director

t One certain-first class labora I I CORnECTJ9N: My apology to Allen G. Starbrough was not present when the photo was made. l l



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t. 22 August, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three t j


IIERE SAND IN YOUR EYE

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MAINSIDE

l '
: SALTY HUMOR FROM

r +6 : HERE AND THERE AMUSE E r


Sailor to beautiful girl: ''I'm a 1
stranger in town. Can you direct
me to your house"

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Sailor: "Go ahead and telephone,
and if a man answers ask him
why In heck he Isn't in the Navy?" I :j
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1s4 > Paul: "I wonder if I could make ''

you melt in my arms?" MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM ,

Jan; "No, I'm not that soft and ,
7ii you're not that hot," t'll UltSIJA )

DANCE-Enoch Light and tKIDAY His Orchestra, 2030 :.

And Pie-Eyed Pete thinks the
"PERSONALITY KID
meanest guy in the world is the SATURDAY with Anita Louise Shows at 1730, 2000 I
AND
. SUNDAY 1
restaurant proprietor who goes "CLAUDIA AND DAVID
': featuring Robert
around pinching the waitresses'tips H30! 1730. 2000. You"ff Shows at
_
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U m
. MONDAY

i",'___. .... -- _.. '$ "BLACK ANGEL stirring Peter Lorre Shows .
at 1730, 2000. .
:',j,1] \Ol' \\O-N'I Hi: SKKING Jeanie 1>i cffrey her one-strap "Ah represent the Mountain TUESDAY AND WE NEI)AY -l.

'', bathing suit on the Jacksonville beaches, but you can be sure that Wool Company, ma'am. Would "HOME SWEET HOMICIDE," with Randolph Scott Shows at 1730, 1\\
I:: :' wherever she does show up, the sand will be hot and the fellows' you be interested in any coarse 2000,
temperatures will rise. yarn?"
,' - Gosh, yes, tell me a couple. STUDENT OFFICERS'J

*
N Bob Cronk's CROSSWORD PUZZLER The gorgeous Petty-Varga type THURSDAY AND FRIDAY i

nurse leaned over and gently "SISTER KENNY," starring Rosalind Russell ,Show at 2000 only.
12 J 45 lOUUl)
[ straightened the blankets. She SATURDAY
murmured softly: "Now you "DARK HORSE," with Phil Terry Show aft 2000 only.
u i5 16 mustn't let anything excite you." I SUNDAY
"PERSONALITY KID," featuring Anita Louis. Show at 2000( .1
17 18 19 20 The young kindergarten teacher only '
bowed effusively to a gentleman MONDAY AND TUESDAY f.

23 2 25 2G on a streetcar and then realized he I "CLAUDIA AND DAVID," starring Robert Young Show at 2000 ,a
was a total stranger. "Oh, I beg only ,1
your pardon the school-marm WEDNESDAY
28 129 30 stammered, "I mistook you for the "BLACK ANGEV with Peter Lorre. Show at 2000 only, ,:q
father of one of my children"
OTHER EVENTS .
31 132 33 I
Minister at an ensign's funeral: y
ItlNGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The
"All that remains here, friends, is Anchorage. ?,
4 5 37 38 the shell The nut has gone." ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
'" Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300.1830 dally, and at Gear Room, topside '
,2 44 A drunk on the corner singing Bldg. 72$, 0800-1700 on work days. ,

"Amapola" An ail dale trotted up MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Rear of Bldg, 39, open 1200-2400 'q
46 47 48 and said: *''O K bud, you asked daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays. _
for It."
HOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building '
*
49 50 151i '" I No 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
"BIg boy, you re like a locomo- 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
tive when you hold me like this"
i S2 53 54 553a. "You mean I puff and wheeze ?" BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
"No, I mean you're on the right Comdr, A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after

5'z 58 59 60 1 track." 1500.
UNSIDK I.OUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located In

2 u3 64 65 66 67 Two drunks polished off their the South wing of Building No 955, is open to NAS personnel and
i' fifteenth round of drinks, climbed their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions
into their car and sped away by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho-
69 7n 71 After a time one remarked: / noeraoh available for use of all hands.

( "We're getting close to Main I LIIIRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Building
72 73 74r' Base" I No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
"Zat so* How ya know?" from, OnJOO to 1630SWIMMING )
"We're hitting more sailors"
'
.U Rn..s 47-plact. --.road. (ab) I-hltch: m.untliin Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
't ::11- l-tr.1) 4 --IU'CW old :3--i.) get awry 'u-- 1II11l1th l.ah) 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule Mon-Fri. 0800-1900. Sat,
R--eh.rges 4\-onN'\ around 6-ldl't lie body 46-'owlnl 111I1'1\1'- I ve got a job at the Cafe la Sun. 1200-1900. 1000-1900.
JO-Ct/JI' truck I I'll l mt'nt Pou Morte as a feature enter- I .
14-requtres 5\-Iu* ask fur 7-'I.llh AI"uure 47-fondle tainer" GO.-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
,.
15-ghl's: name earnestly --ih'11ie1l
4
IG-I.Int, measure -Pllitt nlllN' !J-IJlt.'Iit'rlll" bscsldeJ17upward -a bl'vt'rllo&e "Dt> you go on with a band *" day from 0900-1700 Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
!\:2-an: inferior dog 'I-make lace l-kln.l or fruit No, the police insist ,1 wear trunks prohibited on Golf Course
lK-lilluth..1' stale i-Io: S\'P\ llulno 'rp1)ub ) more than that." Al'CIiOlt.\Ot-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty \;
1lIlt.I( ) 7-hllve;H-ICII last)1&01..).. Jl-lll'lIulltul: pare! ap- M-a 5l-ru.ldl'rlt''s: combining bolllt 4 'a Jirdd' and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason '{

2t-klnt of flab 5R"cludlnor 1\-1'f'1"lse: form meunln6! Sic: "Every time I kiss it Field. :.
2. -"klll 59--the>> ripened :O-any! I )mm"n makes me a better man" you TEN.Vls-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Trainlug J'i
-'t'ntury! (lib) Irul1..4Jr a rose- :l:2-rl'ICudlnj: (lib) .
51-yell
''Slldn.r..l..nt )
(.- bush 21-ru'k't's' 'lab) 55-flt'neh fur Norma: "Well, don't try to wina Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
-juml)1I r.o-orllp lightly :i-clrde part "an.I" halo in one night." Yorktown Roads). '1:
f -lk'l.mlnl, to It -"ulltlt'Hlnesl! :l'1-anoCl'r 56-wlnnpr ot 1)i5qw *
.11.-< hllly --muslcal note 31>-11 dlstlncthe J/llClIslt: Derby ,;
o' JI-lJIuII.al nuts 67-t'ompIIlIs point d.ItI..lne 57-II .sharp allIIlol "Jim proposed last night, and Lowly Hot-Dog Feels ,
-,' U-hours lab) -611--- stocking with a2-reorder sound I'm not speaking to him" A
3.1--a shads tree a short leg 33-land measure Sri-before the birth "What made mad*"
, you so Effect Of InflationSEA
M-Jlt'rolc 69-b '
) 31-Crt'n'h for or Christ ,,1
'. 37-111.t 71*-the choice part ".unun....." 9-hl'lonlClnll to "You should have heard what he
-II..rallIC' arms 7l-ohlit'r\es: ::15-wrltlnl tool her proposed." ( ) Unadorned, shorter ,
J"a, number 73-an equalizing 3I-Pnf"tllC 61-t. book Intently '* skinnier thinly covered, the Amer-

( m 42-lt U-hllh t'n.Je.J\or card 7t-mol'e allowance rational 3IJ-Il'I'lorlll::17-t. Invite 64-11 6.1-approves''llIlI.I'r "What happened to that girl ican hot dog costs 100 per cent ,.,
; \ ''' 4,1- lnhlnlnlt IIU\\1\i N-Inrn. 66=wllllC I you used to take out* I thoughtshe more than it did several years ago. ",
turns meaning 1- I'_ 4.-Gnewembrace :3-0111'I-A.ilule(Sl."ot.country) (Solution on l'age Four) ,. ship." the bygone days, a full-sized dog, ;

0 ,___ '- "She did, but her cargo shifted," swathed in a heavy bun. smothered -
1
'* with onion and/or relish. .
f Lt. Woodward Replaces 20 years of service In the Navy, When the car stalls on a moon Now the prices are being raised I. -

is an Academy graduate, For the light night on a country road, if to 20 cents in most places after a '..j
" Captain Schwarz As past 10 years, he has been assigned the sailor looks into
the girl's eyes, long term at 15 cents. and the .
Lake City Skipper to naval aviation, and saw duty he's single; I if he gets out and hot-dog stand owners like it less
,' in the Pacific during World War looks in the
tank
gas he's: mar than their customers Profits were
II.
. Lt H. H Woodward has relieved red.a I higher in the good old dime days.
(;1... Captain Alden Schwarz ast Other changes at Lake City Include '" Onions, once eliminated because it
: Commanding: Officer of the Naval Lt. H C. Boutte, who was It was a very hot day and the took a worker all day to peel
; Air Station, Lake City, Fla The relieved by Chief Boatswain Z. F Chief was having trouble with an them, are being reinstated as the
t, captain has been ordered to Wash- Speir, another old tinier in the awkward company.. "I'm darned manpower shortage dissolves I Think He Calls It the Bikini
Navy with 20 years to his credit. if I know What to do {$
ington for duty with the lot Anyway. according to one stand B1.rw I" oI
Lt Comdr Turrisl, Public Works of you," he exclaimed ep
; wiping his
the
The station, under caretaker I Officer is to proprietor prices won't go anyhigher
leave brow
expected short
;- But who knows*
, status, is now headed by its former -
ly for separation; and Lt, Comdr. "There's some trees over there CRITICAL MATERIALS
Executive Officer ---------
. from the ranks to his who commission came R, C. Roesler, the Supply Officer, Chief said one of the recruits Denver (SEA)-Herbert J. Hel- +t; '
): up '
is i
I expected to be separated from hopefully RELEASED BY NAVY 4''
mick, 79, has sued his bride of ;
the service in the near future to "Yes, I know, but I haven't I '
three months
87 for divorce
any Sylvia, -
" Captain Schwarz, a pilot with I return to his home in :Minnesota. line," (SEA-More than $3(0,000,000'i
.
.. -- ..- worth of critical civilian reconver
sion materials have been made .
L L STALEMATE By Jim Greenwood, PR2c Par Four available since V-J Day for sale '.
through government disposal agencies
by the Navy in addition to

enormous quantities Of general ,
TWO- fRE7 4i materials turned '')
: T IRFE Navy, over by the a:

Two-thirds of the total was -

made available during the past "
r four months, showing that the .:.
\1 Navy's attempts are gaining speed

rather than diminishing. More
than $153,000,000 worth of new

or usable civilian-type items, from f,:t
oversea bases also have been .
.. made available. '
' t "
; i Mloa.-poU', Irina. (SEA) t-Left
I handed pneumatic type acrewdrivera
were1' offered '
for sale by' the
War Assets Administration here.

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Arthur M. Greene, Editor i 4r !)

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at' the
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida, at no
expense to the government and in compliance with
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 :May 1945. Copiesare ANGER IS STEAM
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air!
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, James Watt, the famus Scotch inventorof
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training the 17th century, started a new era of
Command Headquarters of the Seventh Naval. human history with his invention of the
.
District Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil }Field
the Naval Air Gunners' School and the U. S Naval steam engine. By a system of boiler, pis-

Hospital ton, and condenser, he harnessed the powerof

Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davlton steam. Steam which could scald, burn,

Chief Commandant of Naval Seventh Air Advanced Naval Training District and maim was controlled. Steam which

drifted as a was put to man'suse.
Captain Anthony R. Brady USN. Commanding away vapor
Jacksonville Naval Air Station Watt's simple system of harnessingand

Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding i controlling steam ushered in the Indus-
Naval Air t Technical Training! CenterCaptain trial Revolution-raising inestimably man's

Robert M. Gillett i (MC), USN, CommandingU. standard of living.
:S. Naval Hospital This is the point. ANGER IS STEAM. N

Captain Maurice M. DeWolt L'SNR Commanding Anger is power which has to be controlled.

Naval Personnel Separation CenterLt. It can break loose to scald some friendship, '

Jr., USMC Commanding maim love. How it is -.
Col.\ Alexander A. Vandegrlft or to some great easy .
Marin Barrack for us to cut loose a hot steam of words -- .:.

Captain. R. R. Briner, USN Commanding searing the heart of some fellowman. A little -
Naval Air Gunners School
human engineering might control it for some
Commander Howard; E. Born USN. Commanding t.T.I{ It 3ta1
IS
that ANGER
Remember
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field good purpose.

STEAM.Or .
Capt. Albert Willlami USMCR
Marine Aviation Detachment Anger may drift off into vapor. I am

The JAX AIR NEWS receive.. -Ship'a Editorial Association ma certain that if all the anger dissipated in
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without thin air around this Station each day were "felnce this U Jour first duly assignment I realize that lens
permission of SEA. Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any the "
are anxious to please Navy. 1HWKAEK !
other matter except by service publications, Is prohibited captured, controlled, and put to good use, we
without permission of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. I could revolutionize this life. We might even

build the Kingdom of God. How often have ''IBOOK SHELFIf I Staff Publnfo Seeks

Who Causes Inflation? you seen someone fly into a perfect rage

throwing off in all directions over Publications For
All one hears these days is talk about power you are still yearning to get
some petty and trivial thing? I've seen it out Into the country and try
your
inflation. "Steak's 79 cents a poundisn'tit
Office Of The CNO
happen parking tickets lost golf balls be interested
Or "Good haveto over hand at farming, you may -
?
outrageous gosh, you
and cancelled leave. But seldom over war, in what a group of ex-
Unofficial! illustrated publications -
pay around $1,500 for a new Ford. Or, perts have to say in MANAGINGA
famine and moral corruption. Re- all
graft, containing or part of the
still better "You'd think the government FARM. This book is a practical -
,
records of aviation
member ANGER IS STEAM. It can be war units and
for either full-time or
would do something about keeping prices guide
activities which have ben decommissioned -
harnessed for man's use. part-time farmers. It gives a
down-I can hardly I live on what I'm mak- or disbanded are being
Indeed, some people don't get up enough clear picture of what farming collected by the staff Public Information -
ing. steam. There are so many times when we means and how a farm enterpriseis office for the office of

Now there's nothing wrong with that ought to get hopping mad. But by our actually conducted. It contains farm the Chief of Naval Operations.The .
information on selecting a ,
kind of talk. Most of it is true. But the and condone the CNO's office has received
complacency we accept planning the layout, work pro-
government IS trying to help keep prices several samples of publications of
wrongs of human life. grams, record keeping, and finance -
this and it has
type, found that
down although it hasn't been too successful.The .
If would mad enough there
we get they make an Interesting additionto
funny thing is, however, that these wouldn't be totalitarian crosses flaming on In the technical line, and particularly the war records not only of the

very people-yes, the same ones who do all mountainsides. If we would direct our an- for those of you interested issuing ships, air groups, and oth-
in radio Milton S. Kiver has
,
the griping-are invariably the ones who er activities, but to the story of
; ger, there might be legal balloting in :Mis- written a companion volume to his naval aviation as a whole.It .
are contributing heavily to inflation. These sissippi. If we would remember that AN- U.H.F. RADIO SIMPLIFIED. Entitled is believed that personnel now

selfsame individuals who kick like a mule GER IS STEAM, there wouldn't be war and TELEVISION SIMPLIFIED, stationed here may have In their
about paying 80 cents a pound for butter, or famine. it is a handbook explaining television possession some extra copies of
68 cents a pound for bacon, think nothingof receivers in relatively simple souvenier booklets and journals
How I wish that every person on this base language. It covers color television which
about for homes were published by an avia-
asking $10,000 they pur- frequency modulation, and
related
might graduate with honors to the degreeof tion activity where they were for-
chased a year or two ago for $5,000 or less. subjects. Partciularly for
MA Master of Anger! merly stationed. Anyone who has
,
demand about half cash television workers, set owners and
They blithely -
Chaplain John F. Olson. a publication of this nature is
which is more than the total price paid by others concerned with the presentand urged to contact the Staff Public
future of the field this is
,
short time an Information office in the Main Ad-
them only a ago. They justify authoritative, clear handbook.
themselves on the ground that it would cost HOW COULD YOU? In I CHOSE FREEDOM Victor ministration Building. .
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nearly that amount to build a similar home When the moon is a big searchlight, Kravchenko, a former Soviet -

today with inferior materials. And they A flood of burning gold, official, tells the astonishing storyof :West Coast Offers

usually are able to sell their property be- Lighting the earth's shadows his as life a in member Russia of; his the experiences Com-- Billeting Facilities '

cause some poor veteran, just back from the And the mysteries they hold ; munist Party, and of his break

war, has no place to live with his family.It When night has a thousand eyes with the Soviet regime after he (SEA) Rooms in San Fran-

doesn't seem to bother their conscienceone All looking down from above- had been sent to America on an cisco hotels may be obtained by
important mission. transient naval personnel, travel
bit that the "sucker" has to take his How in heck could a guy say": For sports fans the library has ing alone or with their families

life's savings to dig up enough for the down "The night was made for love. ? three new books. Margery Miller through the Army-Navy Hotel

payment, and that when the bottom falls out, M. McDERMON, has written the story of the world's Reservation Bureau, Room No. 8,
his entire investment will have down Supply Dept. heavy weight champion JOE LOUIS second floor Ferry Building, San
gone : AMERICAN. A FULL CREELby Francisco, Calif. The Bureau for-
the drain. But they yelp about prices go- Henry Marion Hall is a collection merly was located at 50 Post
ing up! LOVE ULCER FATAL of good tales of fishing from Street o

Another example is the guy who sells his The "No" to a marriage proposal may bringon the isles of Greece, to blue glacier Officers may obtain BOQ assignments -
waters, and back to
old for the of But stomach ulcers to three Cincin- pools at the BOQ desk Tran-
jalopy price a new car. according near the city. For a group of sient Officers' Processing Bureau,
try to tell him that he's helping bring about nati doctors speaking before the American good sports stories of all kinds Room 210, 45 Hyde Street. From

inflation, yeah, just try it. You'll probably Psychiatric Association. ESQUIRE'S SECOND SPORTS 1700 until 0800 BOQ assignmentscan
receive a punch in the nose for your efforts. Adults develop stomach ulcers becauseof READER is Bard to beat. Thereare be obtained from the District

Prices will continue spiraling upward as a thwarted desire to be loved and moth- outstanding fifty stories authors in all, written including by Office Staff Duty Building.Officer, Federal Post

long as this sort of thing continues and ered, D3. Frederic T. Kapp, Milton Rosen- Paul Galileo, Conrad Aiken and a I a
remain The effective baum and John said. Ernest Hemingway.
goods scarce. only Romano lIontrole'Jo.!! (SEA)-A "Ny
measure that' the average person can take Ion" sign in Harry Ponsford .
* to help avert a disastrous "boom and bust" price someone paid a few years ago. Do Unrestricted hardware store Invoked a )line of

*: is to refuse to pay these ridiculous prices. without, if you possibly can-even if it im- I women doomed for disappointment"
The read Lariats.
Don't buy a used car unless it is absolutely poses a severe hardship on you. In the long Continued from Page One I sign "Nylon

imperative. Don't buy a house for twice the run, it will have been worth it. department heads cooperate and Ir
1, make available a sufficient number -
> of unrestricted telephones to nJiuinrSrrutCps
f be placed on the restricted )list the
Communications Officer would be
Al the Station Chapel. BirminghamRoad
authorized to restrict all phones and Mud in Avenue
he considers unnecessary.Anstuer I Protestant
I ij 0730Communion I ChaplainW.
Left, water II. Stevenson.
pond 5,000 feet ia j ( to Toda>"'; Puzzle) I 0930 Andrews.NATTC Service-Chaplain E. W o

,
shallow underwater 3NARE FEEG TSAR 1043--.Divine Service Chaplain B..L.
Y p | Stamper.
atomic test. Column 1 NEEDS ELLA ACRE
j Divine Services for Colored PirMnnol:
I was 2,000 feet UI'.3C ELEVATORS 1 Building 804U10
I GAR-ART.CEN-RAT I : Chaplain! W, J(.. t venton.
.. 1 across j its .. t
,- '{; # Target ships are P, ... !., LEAPS.ITSICIY 0700-MaC900 Cathulic t
; p" ,< t ,.. ".. RE. H .!i .A IHIE I -Masi.
Tiaible in fore 'II' IF I j E E.AIRMrINlr.lITIE. 1100-Man,

r g ground. Right, too N I A I MAC E. N ErolI Christian Science Serviceu00Sunday

9 t n' M +" i "hot" to be boarded e IN 110" D ;f. i rF.1 l An I Outdoor ,Nursery Small Chap for l.iranll children 1-

by salvage crews, L p E iT hLQR I and 1200 li ,maintained between 0000

USS Saratoga C lI.S ..E.. I Week-day Religious Service
A .B Jewish Religious hervira and
slowly settleslagoon.to Fellowship Hour
bottom of N 10 ON Ie .Ao SCO Friday In the Small Chapel. .
IK 11;' IA Latter Day Saints ServiceMeeting
Ollci Photoy tl. s. Navy -ws I :nlns. I I 1000 Small-Wedm-mlay Chapel.)-Mutual in




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LINE FORMS TO THE RICIIT j jI
STATION BANK OFFERS MANY

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I SERVICES TO NAS PERSONNEL I


Every payday, long lines of NASers stream out of the ;

shops and offices and make their way to a little wooden 1

structure on Saratoga Avenue just across from the Main

Administration Building. I

I This activity, although fairly crowded all through the

week, now seems to draw people like honey draws flies.

What is this attraction? It's the
\ Air Station Facility of the Barnett kept above $200, and no mOl than
J I National- Bank-the place where ten checks are drawn in any one
calendar month, there is no service
you can turn In those little slips
LJi of cardboard with the funny holes charge whatsoever.
4 a punched in them for the long, Cashing checks without chargeis
probably the bank's most valued
1 r green, folding stuff.
service to NAS personnel. Regardless
To be serious, the office has
of whether a has an
served the banking needs of the person
account with the bank or not, the
Ii ... men and women at NAS faithfully -
? I tellers will cheerfully cash a check
three Under
for the past years
YL
& upon presentation of proper iden
the of Ed
capable management
tification. Other services avail-
Clements, over 13,000 depositorshave able are the sale of travelers
been served by the bank.
checks, New York draft and bank
Average monthly volume of checks money orders.
handled about 40,000.
runs Banking hours are from 1000 to
Only one type of account is offered 1500, Monday through Thursday;
by the bank here. This ac- 1100 to 1700, Friday; and 1000 to
count has the combined features 1200, Saturday. The staff, in addi-
I \ .5 of a savings and a checking account tion to Mr. Clements, Includes
While no interest is offered Wade Morrow, head teller; Lola
_ _
a person may open an* account King, exchange teller; Loraine
1 with any amount of money and King, bookkeeper and teller; Judy
does not incur any service charge Reaves, teller; Ruby Thomas, teller -
unless checks are drawn during I ; Barbara' Mann, bookkeeper;
the month. If the account is and Mary Frances Garrison, teller.
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SHOP EFFICIENCY AWARD WINNERS I

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THE STATION HANK, a branch of the BarnettNational Bank In Jacksonville has been a great con-
venience to naval personnel and civilian employees here since its establishment three years ago. In the

above photo, patrons queue up before the wicket of T eller :Miss Lola King, to make deposits, withdrawals
rash checks and purchase travelers checks. The ba nk is located in Bldg. 39.
______ ___ ____ n _...___ _

I be it's a girl. How about it, Tom-
A&R NewsEngineering 1 mie ? Anyway, we welcome you GATE GOSSIPA I

I both back to the drafting board.
Our other new member of the
DI\'lslon-By FredE. I Engineering Staff is Bob Griffin gala picnic was staged at

Clyne-I doubt very much if from Windsor, Va. He is a former Goldhead Branch State Park last I
anyone outside of the EngineeringDepartment I Army chemist. Welcome aboard Saturday by the personnel of the
reads the EngineeringNews Bob. I Industrial Relations Department.

but it sure keeps the one division : Plant Division by Gloria V. The office force was augmentedby
t. in the know. 8ta-Some of the Plant Main husbands, wives, girl friends,

< We have "struck it rich" this : tenance electricians, pipefitters, and family members to make it :
past week, with three new em- i I joiners, and janitors had to be on the best party ever held by this
ployees and a promise of more to duty during the electric power department.There i

: come. failure last week-while the rest I was plenty of good food ; .
1 The situation looked hopelessfor ''ot the A & R Department em- including ham, baked beans, potato I II : i&
I I salad, cole slaw, potato chips,
Doris White working all by ployees enjoyed their day off ?
herself Monday until Violet :Mor- I Norwedia C. Livingston, who olives, cokes, and other delec- : w _"lIIPff'Jli''I1' 1ai_ _.-...& "
ken, a new employee from Chicago spent her two weeks leave in tables. I SIX A&R SHOP SUPERVISORS were awarded shop efficiency
't and :Mary Carmichel from the North Carolina, was overwhelmedby Food wasn't the only attraction pennants or letters of commendation in lieu of additional pennantslast
t Lab, came in to her rescue the beauty of the Smoky though, as after the office males week during brief ceremonies in Captain Braxton Rhodes' office.
Mountains. saw some of the girls in their The awards are given to shops with outstanding production efficiency
Mary Carmichel, by the way, Is bathing suits, they began to look records over a three-month period. Pictured left to right, are W. R.
one of the five remaining WAVES I Mrs. Elsie Rathbun U spending at them in a different light. King, Shop 716; William Myrick, Shop 470; W. N. Triechel Shop 614 ;
in A & R having Just shipped over her 10-day leave with her son, I
I I Swimming, dancing, and singingand C. M. Martin, Shop 1323; L. L. Wood, Shop 1323; M. C. Jackson
.' for another year. We can't seem M/Sgt. Charles H. Rathbun, who outdoor games were all part Shop 716; Captain Braxton Rhodes, Assembly and Repair Officer;
to figure out whether she worksin came down for a visit on a convalescent
of the menu. and Lt. W. A. Stanul, Management Engineering Officer.
the secretarial group, the Lab, furlough from the Valley _
! or the Duplicating Shop. Forge General Hospital, Phoenix- Henry Masterson's birthday I -- -------- -

Walter 'Fletcher just transferred ville, Pa. happened to coincide with the
I IJ InspectingThe
i
) event, so we had a double reasonto i4rSUPPLV
, from Assembly Division. Welcometo R. L. Sibley is vacationing in celebrate. Everyone was glad

our little group, Walt. Tampa, Miami, and Key West, and that the picnic was held on Saturday I _
Pfc. Don Ragin of the Marines Euleen Willingham has gone on and that they did not have ALlI
. her leave to her home state of $ S :
made a surprise visit to the 'OldHangout" to report to work the next day, I : Inspectors
Kentucky.
after spending some for we all nursed aching muscles J
time in China. Also among the visitors i Georgia L. Holzhey took a long and (you know what else) the : By HELEN BUKNETTE
was Tom McLaughlin, an ex- trip to Mexico City, and we hope following day. I W.
H.
sailor, who has a little of that it won't be too hot down there for Thaks are due to Florine Gann-I i Pascal, supervising inspector -

Florida sand in his shoes. Or may- her. I away, Cecil Acree, and the cap By O. M. HIGH lIrli :Metals Unit, has been out
- able committees for arranging the It is with Iegret that we bid on the sick list for two weeks, because -

FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE swell day which will not be forgotten Bon Voyage to G. A. Floyd, CPrtr., of an Infected ear. We sincerely -

____._ _. _......... lit for a long, long time, who has upped anchor and shoved hope :you will soon be able
u. By the way, a rumor is making | off for parts unknown, (report- to be back on the job, Pascal.
will be a repeat -
that there
the rounds edly his old stomping ground downin
on Labor Day, but we haven Cuba L Supply will miss its top I Mrs. Thelma Maloney, attractive
I, been able to officially confirm It Chief. Inspector in the Cowling Shop, was
k yet So maybe you'd better leave taken ill in Georgia en route to
those
Among now vacationingout
Jacksonville. She and her husband,
the holiday open. of the state, are Beulah Wise,
...sI W. T. Maloney were returning after -
(Administrative Div.) motoring a three-week leave in Kentuckywhen
through the mountains of North she stricken and
I INSIDE was an appendectomy -
Carolina in her new Ford; Doris
was necessary. She it!
Fitzpatrick (Issue) spending two now in the hospital in Griffin,
PUBLIC WORKSVIRGINIA weeks in New York; and Clara Georgia, and the entire depart-
s Speer and Mr. Speer, relaxing at
+ r ment wishes her a speedy recovery -
K. WALPOLESeems Hot Springs, Arkansas. Bobbie Sorry your leave ended this
everyone in the depart- Dixon, of Storehouse, has returned
way, Thelma, as we know you and
C W ment is coming from a vacation or from vacation in Georgia with your husband must have enjoyed

+ w going on one. R. R. Brogden her family Claire Carter (Communications visiting relatives in the old home
(Contract) has been in North ) flew out to Texas fora state.
Carolina the past two weeks, and week and learned to do
some
5) I Ik Personnel) also Emil Ruhnke, S2c, is back on
Florence Brown (
real
bronco-busting! Claire help-
week.Here's the Job delivering the mail -
i iS left for North Carolina this ed with a summer round-up, but
.5r
after a lengthy emergency leave.
item we've been
an little from hittin'
was a sore the
bursting to write about for quitea dusty trail.Receiver's. Ruhnke was detained at home by
while-and just got permissionto an emergency, but we wonder if
it. Edna DeWitt (Con- he let the old adage "all work and
publish
s/ tract) leaves this week for New Section was glad to no play" be fulfilled in his case.
0- I York to .be married to Terrence hear that Louise Wright is feel- That far away look of homesickness -
Lenahan, formerly of the Main- ing much better while recuperating couldn't be from work, couldit
; tenance Plumbing Shop. Miss De- at her home in Virginia, and Ruhnke?
1.f also welcomes back Bessie
Joyner
S Witt is a real old-timer around Inspectors Brown and Pitts are
best after a long illness. Supply is also scheduled to make that well-
1 here, and we all extend. our
wishes to them both. glad to see Mr. McDuffy (Issue) known vegetable run into Geor-
Mr. Carlson (Design) has Just and Mrs. Cox (Follow-Up) back gia over the week-end. Their tables -

\ returned from a trip to Minnesota again after long illnesses. are supplied regularly with

5) largely for his healthhe'smuch fresh vegetables from the neigh-
,5'.4 : Sr .r beter now. And Mrs. Mary After nearly five years of continuous boring state Incidentally, the two
; Young leaves Saturday for Rich- service, Leora Stronach are air-minded these days, as the

v- "-- '._eI'OLLIE -_. mond to join her husband who is (Stock Control) has resigned to return trips are made via airplane.
M. HONEY, left, supervisor of the Mainside Ship's Ser- working on his Master's Degreein to her home In St. Peters- Harrison E. Paine is on leave

vice galley and fountain, tells Phyllis Mann, right, counter girl, how Theology. burg. She and husband "Sandy", this week, making final repairs and
much milk to put in a shake to make it fill just one cup. Mrs. Boney Duffy's Tavern, we hear, did a formerly of A & R, are also va- touch-up jobs on his new home
celebrated her fifth anniversary with Ship's Service here this month, rushing business in coca-colas last cationing in the mountains of which he recently purchased. Con-

having been employed on 3 August 1941 as head cook. She likes week while the electricity was off. North Carolina. Francis Chappel, gratulations, Paine, and. we know
; her work as much now as she did the day she started, and thinks tM Duffy even served Ice with his Bookkeeping Division, is leavingto you'll enjoy working on' and livIng .
boys who' have been stationed at NAS have been tops. cokes. start to school! at Stetson.' in your new home.

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s I I Rain Sends CPO I I BUU.SEYEw.


Picnic Indoors

NATYCeneils4ee
I An outdoor picnic was plannedfor
last Sunday by the CPO Club; a
but unexpected shower sent
everyone indoors The rain didn't 0'r

-" WHflT To DO! WHERE TO COt E hamper the Chiefs from having a
good time. With a roof over their
heads, members and guests of the
'club still had an afternoon that'
MOVIE SCHEDULE was just as pleasant and enjoy

NATTC "Skippy" Krause thought she able.Refreshments were plentiful 6

1IIITKMPARTNERS IN TIME with Lum and Ahfier Showsat was through with the service when I Contests were held with prizes
HI, 1700 and :2000, she was discharged from the presented to winners. J.r
FR11)\Y--TWO GUYS FROM MILWAUKEE, stalling Dennis WACs, but you can never be sure, Winners of contests: ,l,'.. ,
:Morgan and Joan Leslie Shows at 14JO 1700 and 2000. I here she is working for the Navy Milk drinking contest H O
ENOCH LIGHT and his Orchestra, featuring Evelyn Kent and : now She's a secretary in the Erikson CBM and for the ladiesM
Danny! Sullivan. Dance at 2000 till 2400TIHD Training Dept. Office. E. Easterhng
S.\ : .\\" TWO GUYS FROM :MILWAUKEE: starring Den- Some stay and some leave. After Beer drinking contest: Cramer
ins Morgan/ and Joan Leslie Shows at 1430, 1700 and 200' working for a few weeks in the L W. and once train- E. Easter-
:00(1\ U.\\" --LADY LUCK, with Robert Young and Barbara Hale IBM office Helen Hall has deI ling.
Show at 14.1(1. liDO and 2000MOM I to quit I wonder why Door prizes were won by the
>.\\' .VM) fl tsl: >.\\'-SISTER KENNY starring Rosalind Could marriage be on her mind following: Mrs Philips, Sally Potter .
Russell: and Alexander Knox Shows at 1430, 1700 and 2000. Who Is Millie that teaching Te- ; C. M Curtis: Mary Sherman.
WtUXtSU.DARK: : | HORSE, with Phil Terry and Ann Savage desco how to jitterbug I May DavU; E E. Etter. Vernon
Shows at 1430 1700 and 2000. Do you remember? "Till the Thompson, CPhM.Educational. v
1II11K IHPERSONALITY KID, with Anita Louise and. End of Time," played at your fav- '
Michael 1 Duane Shows at 1430, 1700 and 2000 orite coiner store back home* I
YELLOW WATER Tag "Swing on a Star" as you dancedat Services
your last preen "If I Loved I
Offers G E D Tests
Yellow Water You" over the portable at your I

TIIUR U.\\' NO SHOW last weenie roast Please Don't I ThroughThe Mail I

1 KMM S.\Tl'KI).\\' STRANGE LOVES OF MARTHA. Say No, Say Maybe as you pro- I
posed to G E D Tests be taken
IVERS, starring Barbara Stanwyck and Van Heflin. I your favorite girl Do may now
SUNDAY PARTNERS IN TIME, with Lum and Abner. you remember I by mail only. All students and.
MOM>.\\' \M TUESDAY: | TWO GUYS FROM MILWAUKEE, Not a wedding this time but interesting STupa company interested in takIng 'ikkkK
enough to report, Miss their G E D tests may do 80 aUN
starring Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie I
WFONESI\1': LADY LUCK, with Robert Young !and Barbara Ann Prosperlno of Material received by ordering them through the new
Hale her ring the other day Lots Educational Services Officer Com
Tilt KMNO SHOW.THINGS of luck, Ann.SurpriseSurprise. j I I mander Conger, who has taken Ed. d
I How was Serv, over as collateral duty relieving -
the party Mrs. Carmen Mauldm I, Lt. Comdr. C K. Warner
TO DO-ABOARD .,.-._---
I hear everyone in Disbursing l Hioii School dmlomas and college
... lionitl SHOP( :Monday: throu Friday, 1701)J hasn't gotten over it yet Pretty' cr drtnt y obtained" through KKs\L Starlet Pat ANphin
2130 Saturday, 1300-2130. New location in Bldg. 414, I rough, eh' I these tests The old method of taking whose performance In
Wing No 1. Instructors on duty for leather' craft The dimmer the parlor light the I the tests immediately upon application "Cuban Pete" and' the Technicolor

model airplanes, and plexiglassBrfK I greater the scandal power i has been disbanded because 'Shahrazad, are reported
; IIXI.L-Open nightly 1730-2130. Outdoorand how true how true, I I of the shortage of person- to be bullseyes, is obviously, a
choice ,
inside: areas Sandwiches and snacks available, Is everyone vacationing these nel I target romantically,. ,
days Mrs Nettie Application may be made by speaking, but she hasn t gt a
OH-KHJV: KtCIt*:.VTION' KOOM( -In auditor- thinks That's Kicklighter [ contacting the Educational! Services beau' It's the truth Pat is one
she's
so why in Cincinnati
ium open daily, ping pong and pool and lounge avail- Office In Bldg No 501. of Hollywood's most eligible
able, The .. femmes for Cupids, archery, :albeit
Dental Section of the Dis-
KONi.ING-Six: no one has along as
alleys behind Service tonq
Ship's pensary said to two
able to all personnel Monday through 1 workers. goodbye Rita Rochford and top TESTS OF NEW UNIFORM yet who could set Pat' 's pulse

1700-2130, Free bowling if you set your own Anne :Morano: CONTINUED BY NAVY pumping. .. .
availlil -- -- ---
lOo % line for pin boys. Here's some for the corpsmen:
I SEA r flaval activities are expected -
MOlFl.lRl'LANl: : ('LUR-- < Meets Saturday morning at 1030 in Auditorium \ Little Fond Infection" "Be- new uniform foi enlistedi
Gauze Of You" "Gall Or Noth- t------:
B\l.I.KOOM; 1)\N'E: (L\xs Every :Monday: and i' until October To date no information -
ing At All" 'Saline Saline\ -
Wednesday at the Hostess Huse Beginners class Over the B,>undm' Main Itch concerning the contemplated !SERVICE! :
A I 1900 to 2000 Advanced claw, 2000 to 2100 You Is or Itch You Am't My I change has been released ill IH <'I.. M>d all day labor

B.tbp" "Liver Come Back to''| Decisions on possible additional I I"l>ay, 2 Sept
)) sUlMMINd: ( -Pool No. Recreation for WAVES, )te." II I| changes in the proposed uniform
":--, q WAVE Officers, Couples, Family Groups Children | Who said is I will be made by the Uniform I -
honesty dead
a traitof
must be :: 'I Beard the I
accompanied by parents. Monday through man Here a little item to dis- I i considering recommen- (HUm STOUT
S' Saturdn 0900 to 2100 Sunday 1230 to 21\\)') I dations received from the testing I
j ,
prove it D I. Byers, Sic lost They say the sergeant married!
i activities The trial uniforms have
..OO}, NoFur Male Personnel only-Enhaled his billfold with quite a sum of been the of discussion I her because her uncle left her a
mon y in it, Well, a certain Lt.I I topic lively million bucks But he says had
and Officer Monday OSWO to 1100. in the vice and letterson
through Friday found it and was looking for him' set many I have married her no matter who
1200 ta HOt, 1500 to 1600 and 170) to 210). Saturday for a whole week The Lt was the subject hive been received left it to her
I
0900< to 2100 Sunday 1230 to 2100. Lt. (jgt i F P Bordelm (MC) US- by BuPers

GOI..-.- -Station Course, daily from 1000 to sunset t NR that of? the <5ep-Center How is Inn MEDAL AND-GOLD STAR

Saturdayand Sunday from 09 K>0-1700. Open to all New faces everywhere. some .....' -

personnel Clubs available at Gear Locker in SOUth here, some there The new V
8id j of N.VTTC Auditorium Monday through Saturday 0 man making your watch list Is
1000-1700. Sunday 1030-1700Ml Harold Willitt, Y tc Be good to
him
: ( :M(' Anyone interested in joining the NATT i I .
Cats Orchestra, contact T. F. Raye at Barracks 465.

I t TENNIS Racquets and balls available at Physical legal Papers
Training Bldg. 513
ht1t IONICS'/ : JlO'S-: Open daily 150): to 2100 Saturday Are NotarizedBy
-'JJUI and Sunday 1100 to 210)' For NATTC enlisted ,
Red CrossBills ;'
personnel, relatives and guesU

N/V1K' 1.1 IUt.\H\' Located In Auditorium Open of Sale for Autos or im-
Monday through riday--0930 to 2100: Saturday and portant legal papers that have to
Sundiy-1230 to 2100. be Notarized may be taken care

ATllIrTIC: GF:.\K Available at Gear Locker, t of here on the station. The Red
Physical Training Department, Bldg. 513 Cross Director, Mr H Hertzman,

SOI'1'fi Ml -- Games in the Intramural Softball is an authorized Notary Public
anJ wishes to announce to the
League are played every week-dw night beginningat
1700 personnel this station that all
items will be Notarized tree of

WHERE TO GO-ASHORE: Ch a r'ge.Mr. n
: Hertzman may be contacted 3

.JKSOMH: IU\CJlts-: Buses leave at frequent Intervals during working hours in room 139, L:
Bldg. 50) A., Tel. 66) ...... .. __... ..... .....
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy), Surf bath- .. .6 """"' "" "''"''' '''
Ing and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches Bus 1"'TlTJUUJU't; : IS CAPTAIN I'OUI l) >. .\IXK., Commanding -
fare 25c. The reason cupid makes so many Officer of NATTC, offering congratulatory handshake to Lt. (jg)
CAMMING; 1IMIING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San bad shots is that he is aiming at Warren Paris USNR Lt. Paris received the Air Medal and Gold
Juan Avenue Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on the heart; and looking at the ho- Star in lieu of second Air Medal for heroic action against the enemyof

San Juan. Row B >ats--two hours, 50c; canoes1.00 per hour; motor sieiy the United States. Lt. Paris halls from Sharon Hill, Penna., and
boats-$200 per hour, five to eight people per boat has been in the service for 4 years Lt. Paris is presently attachedto
No oth r personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between She didn mind him stealing her AOM "B" School of NATTC. He Intends to transfer to the regular
these hours heart but she resented him look- :Navy as soon as possible. Lt. Warren Purls has also: received the
-- -.- -- -- ing for it. Silver Star for his part in the war
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Really looks as though someone
dropped the ball for the past two V y', Il Vf
weeks and It wasn't typewriter
trouble at all Just the case of"didn't
do" on the part of one i $ .
ACOM.: The two outstanding, up
and going young "reporters that I
were serving ;you have fallen by
the wayside. One has gone to % ,
NATTC to further his knowledgeas t,
an instructor and the other
seems a bit tight lipped recently.

::> .. This small paragraph is espec-
.Jally dedicated to all the AV Fun
Students aboard NAGR. Just \vish # h
to remlnd.you that Divine Services J < li I
and Masses: are held aboard this li I
station and ;you are encouraged to h;
attend ,If ever in doubt of the time
'" Just' consult the plan of the day : a
19':". ',Wet assume that all ship's corny -
personnel already know
_bout this

There are two things- that always -
go together, at least it seems
that way, Duty Section 2 and Per- ..
'sonnel Inspection. Don't feel bad,
we have our troubles too.
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Everyone; has taken notice that
the new location for the brew locker -
has really begun to develop # r
Hope they; keep an eye on the barbers t
or we may check up short.
We are sorry this is so short.
but no doubt, you're glad. See you
next week.Navy .
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Releasing #

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Training Films -

C .
For Civilian UseSEA of .

( ) Educational institutions a
civic groups and manufacturers -
will receive more than ,r 00
training films being released by ITARI
for general ,
the Navy Department
use The films, largest single collection -
of training films ever reLeased ___""""' ........x.....' Wy my, """ "' ". ,ts- '1< n _-It \/It
by the armed 8t'n'I.t'8't're TilE ABOVE LAYOUT GIVES a hint of the show that was presented by NATTC personnel last Friday at the Auditorium here. Someof
produced during World ,War II by; I those responsible for the Success of the Review are pictured above. Top, left to right: Randy Zeh giving his rendition of Night and Day;
the Motion Picture Production Alice Nunn singing. "Put the Blame on Mame"; Jack Ivans singing an original written by; E Nunn Center: Beauty Parade of International
Section of the U. S. Naval Photographic Lovelies Bottom: Mary Jo Morrow and her variety of songs of the day; and Nellie Debs and her rendition of "You Made Me Love You"
: Sen-ice. Master of Ceremonies was NATTC's own Malcolm Ogden. Program was as follows: "Song of India" by the NATT Cats Orchestra; "Put the ,
The pictures being released are Blame on Mame" by Miss Alice Nunn; "Comedy Parade" by Al Hedderson and Company: "Bumble Boogie", popular Instrumental ty the
professionally produced, technically NATT Cats featuring "Tony" at the piano; "They Say Its Wonderful" by Jack Evans; "Prisoner of Love" sung by Miss Linda Alter; "Magi
accurate and educationally cal Nonsense", a sleight of hand by the M. C. Malcolm Ogden; "Night and Day" sung by Randy Zeh; "Scherzo in B-Chopin", a classical)
sound.' More than 200 subjects are piece for the piano, played by Richard Vasquez; "Doin" What Come Naturally", sung by "Wimpy" Williams; "Vocal Medley" by Mary Jo Morrow
covered by the films, including) ; "Blue Dreams" an original musical score written and composed by E D. Nunn and sung by Jack Ivans; "You Made Me Love You", a
plastic surgery Deisel engine blues tune sung by Nellie Debs; "What Is This Thing Called Love" by the NATT Cats; the Show closed with the finale of the entire cat
maintenance, medical and dental singing "Queenie". NATT Cats Orchestra directed by Tommy Raye. The Cavalcade of Stars was produced and directed by M. Brooks of
techniques, safety and first aid, I Welfare. Costumes were by Miss Lucy Hedburg of the Welfare Office. The Welfare Department wishes to express their thanks and appreciation -
office practice and welding. I to Miss Duffy of the NCCS USO of Jacksonville) for her help in obtaining suitable talent which contributed materially to the success of
American educators and civic\ the CAVALCADE OF STARS.
who have become cognizant -
groups -- -- -

of the Navy's; films,the requested films- Of 31 s .AJOKE : r its dehumidification tests being
permission to employ Firepower Heavy Improved Storage
as visual aids In civilian training I conducted at four warehouses at

Because of cataloguing and production I Cruisers IncreasedBy Methods Sought For NSD Mechanlcsburg, Pa
train- !
of the
delays, prints I Two methods of eliminating the
ing films will not be available until New Gun TurretsSEA I deteriorating effects of moifture
Materials
fall. Inquiries concerningthe Strategic
early from the buildings are being test
films should be addressed tothe I ( ) -New 8-inch gun turrets via, I I ed. In wooden buildings, heating
Office of Education (SEA) Improved techniquesfor
United States
being installed on the heavy cruisers systems are used to maintain
Washington? D. C. Brenda: "Yez, I wrote a confession storage of strategic materials I
USS Salem (CA 139{ USS BuSandA in year-round control of the interior
are being sought by
Newport News (CA 1481, and USS story once. humidity, while in concrete buildings
Seagull No.. 1: "Who won the DeB Moines (CA 1341), now under Cobina: "Was it sold, kid?" I She: "My mother told me to say i machines are used which dry
boat race down there, Harvard or I construction, will convert their 8- I Brenda: "No, honey, but the 'No' to everything." ; the moist air by passing the nir
yale?" inch rifles into rapid-tire "machine editor came all the" way from New He: "Well, do you mind a I hold over a drying agent. Refrigerationtype
No. 2:: "Yale just crossed I guns." York to meet. me. your hand?" I equipment is also being considered -
.St'agIJll in the lead." I :Making all other turrets obsolete She: "No." for future tests.
No. 1 'Shuck I rutevt'1''thing I the new triple-gun turrets are Seaman: "Here, hold my rifle He: "Do yu mind if I put my Use of dehumidification equipment -
I had on Harvard" automatic from ammu- fox a minute, will you?" "
I completely arm around you? is expected to result!!' in a
nition handling rooms below decksto Officer: "Hey"; I'm an Ensign!" She: "No." marked saving in storage costs
LAST OF RESERVES the gun chambers. They load Seaman: "That's all right, I He: "Honey, if you're on the and personnel. Under *the old
fused shells: at all angles of elevation trust you" we're to had to be
v : :. level about this, going method, each item packaged -
I II I have lots of fun." separately after individual
': Firing Rate Jnc'rt'aM-d I AOM3c: "Drinking makes ;you treatment and had to be rtprct eHII-
The rate of hre of the present look very beautiful." College) professor: "Who made ed every three years. Despite
3-inch 50s has been greatly: increased Gal: "But I don't drink" you, little girl ?" these precautions, the system was
by a new automatic mount AOM3c: "No, but I do." Co-ed: "Do you mean recentlyor only 75 per cent effective. Dehumidification
demonstrated recently at the Navy II (,originally) equipment is operated
Proving Ground, Dahlgren, Va. Firing When a man claims a gal is cold I at a nominal cost by a small
at a rate of approximately one he should remember that so is dy- Rt'Vt-Iation--Bathing suits reveal personnel force and the material
shell a second, th% gun will replace namite until you start fooling the figure, but sweaters point out treated will be preserved indefin
the 40-millimeter on present Navy around with it the facts. I itely.
I r A ships as a primary weapon against -- -
, kamikaze and other close-in aircraft NATTC DIAMOND RAIDERS I

m_
I I Still under development is a 3I I
It inch-70 caliber automatic gun
t which will be installed on ships
under construction in place of the
II 3-inch-50 and the 40-millimeter
The gun will fire a heavier shell
much faster, farther and more "ac
I curately, and will have a newly ,
developed radar tire control that "
will pick up the target, track and
fire completely automatically.
Aerial' inn Improved
! I A new 60-cahber aircraft machine .-

: ', -. ..- gun with a muzzle velocity I
I 1HK last of the reserves I approximately 50 per cent higher ad tad A
Lt, Henry EdsaJl has been in than any other aircraft machine r 1- ? i$
the service for 4 4months and gun also is being developed.
! has been stationed on this base Unveiled at the proving ground
1 for 28 months. He was Assistant - -- -- -

\ I|O in C of AEM &'hol here at Mother: When I was your age, _.. ,. _._ _
wouldn't or -- '-- -
! I 4ATTC. Mr. Edall was a teaxher young lady, a nice girl( '
, j I in civilian life and Intends I to think of holding a man's hand. PICTURED ABOVE ARE !iiiOIlE'of the diamond talent that has represented NATTC during the past;,
I Return to( teaching: after a reJTiesher Daughter: But, mother, nowadays baseball season. Standing in the dugout, from left to right: Morris Lt Comdr. Makeever, Novotny, Cod
I I course: at the University a ;mice girl HAB to hold amin's dington, Proctor, Burkes, Robinson\ Weller, Ghiorai, Jansen and Beardon. These men were responsibly!
I j p|T Iowa. !I' hand. for the 1-0 win over the NAS Squad last week. It tools, 16innings, before either team could ICe.... a,


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Jax Navy Grid


Team BeginningTo Air Raiders On Saturday

Cries of "Play Ball!" will not echo around Mason Field

Shape Up again until the spring of '47. The bats have all been gathered

'Most anytime In the late afternoon up, the bases have been placed in storage, and the

if you're passing the mat at snappy Flier uniforms have been tucked away in mothballs.

I Yorktown Avenue and Mustin The 1916 NAS baseball season is over.

Road, you can see a bunch of men The curtain came down last Saturday when the NATTC ...
sweating, grunting, and drinking
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Air Raiders edged out a 1 to 0 'J
water. Instead of working, though, : '
win over the station nine. It took start of the season., Under th. +
they are going through football 16 innings and had a playing time smooth! coaching of Jim JHoCachre -'
Under the watchful
practice of three hours and 15 minutes- i and Lloyd Lux; the'
guidance of coaches K. Koval- a mighty long stretch in Florida team has won SO games. and loot

check, "Tuffy Thompson, and broiling sun IS. This record, along.with Utfatt ..
Paul King, they are forming themselves that
It was only throughlot
a
Both teams had chances
many
Into the 1946 Jax Navy ,
of hard
football team the football team to score, but all were muffed be- work, makes UM ,. '
team and Its ;
-. coaches worthy'of' t?
which will take on some rough cause of the tight defensive playon r
both sides. I any praise! given them. 1 1
competition during the coming
season. When the game got underway, I Mike Miguez, the hustling sel{

Until very lately, the boys had Jack Siedwitz of NAS and A ond baseman for the Fliers, ha '

been undergoing some of the light Beardon for NATTC were the respective played really good ball throughoutthe
exercises and primary maneuvers pitchers In the first Inning season, and his timely hits

common to football workouts. Now of the game, the Fliers had have won several ball games Sied-
into their chance to when Mc- wltz was the workhorse of the
they are going some of the score
; rougher and less primary parts of Grath singled and Allen reached pitching staff He pitched shut-
outs and low-hit
the game They are. running first on an error. Lezelli struck games for the
i.. Fliers and his
splints, blocking, .passing, and out and Berner singled to right batting was aroundall
scrimmaging Incidentally, in the field. Jansen, of NATTC, peggeda the time. Berner hit at a 360
for the last 12
races, Lt Comdr. "Tuffy" Thomp. good one in from right and clip games, and
several times he
broke the
son was found to be the fastest caught McGrath at the plate. The up
man on the field He is the first' next two batters flied out. games His hustle was one of theteam's
best. Gezelli and Boudreau,
assistant coach of the team. In the fifth Inning, MTC
two newcomers to the squad, both
The team's blocking, as much as had the best set-up! In the gameof hit well over 300 and played their
I has been observed, is still weak, baseball: bases loaded and no defensive in such
positions a wayas
and the men are working to improve outs Sicxlwltz then 81nick out
I to earn the praise of every
it. Their precision and tim-
Jansen and Induced the next member of the team. Allen the
ing are a bit off, too, but that Is batter to lilt into a double play versatile shortstop for the Flier
,.
also expected to Too
improve. whkh went from Siedwitz to
; nine, played the best brand of ball.
much cannot be expected of the Berner to Boudreau. In the list
judgmentmust of the sixth, Itenier singled, anti
JACK JI.U"E8TATIOX.'golf pro left :-'R': occasion he pitched a shut out In
,
congratulates C wait until the is
season underway behind him Itoudreau ('ameli))
Smith on his victory in the Station Golf Championship Tourney with the relief pitcher position against
: another ellt'kCaC'hrf'n::
Smith, a well known golfer from Seattle, Wash, defeated R. Witzel One blow common to most serv- blasted one out to renter field Oceans Wilhelm played third
for the crown. In playing the tournament Smith recorded one score ice teams has already befallen which looked good, but Berkes base and his fielding saved manya

of a par 70 for 18 holes, the first registered since the course was Coach Kovalchek, "Gabby" Mer- made a circus catch on It and playing score, both against offensive the Fliers and defensive His-
lengthened rick, well-known NAS boxer I II I
and threw to second, forcing Kernerout. was an asset to the team
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Golden Gloves champ, who was expected i

Smith Emerges As Top Station I I, is being to separated play first from string the guard Marine -, The Fliers wasted a long double I coach Coach of Jim the Flier:McCachren baseball, playing team,

by Miguez in the fourteenth and : rates too much all around praise
| Corps. Things like that will
another double by McGrath in the I
to to :Mc
try print on one page.
be
I happening all through the season fifteenth by going out, one, two,
Cachren of the most
probably one
Golfer As 46 ClosesThe unlike during war days
Tourney three. In the sixteenth, Jansen of the
I The Jax Navy team will play its NATTC walked to first and popular constant men on stations was a
i inspiration to the play
Naval Air Station Golf] Championship Tournamentof I first the Junior game on 28. September with reached second on an error. Then, ers. His batting, running, and
I Varsity team of Annapolis
1916 has been brought to an end. Through the efforts, They will journey to- with men on first and third, Mc- fielding were all good, but aside

both mental and of the and the their Keever, NATTC playing coach, from that, he was a good fellow to
physical, participants ar- opponents' home field in doubled and brought Jansen in. the

rangers of the contest, the wind-up showed a successful tour- Maryland for the opener Coach The run stood under its own I could guys go on up the to McCrachren team. Anybody and

nament had been run off. The matches were as nearly even Kovalcheck has not as yet an- weight as Beardon retired Gezelli talk to him man to man. He has .
nounced the
full schedule for the
could have been and all and Berner on infield flies and been detached now, and can
as they were played in a championship team, however. you
struck out Boudreau
manner. I --- bet that he will be missed by both
Winner of the championshipflight the activity of the men aboard a The team has survived many his colleagues and the men who .

was C. R. Smith, Sic, of Intramural Sports station such as this one We can't changes In Its lineup since the worked under him

N A TIC. His playing was even all play on the regular station -- -
Program Is Being -
more sepctacular than his score- teams for different reasons, but

in that every shot he made was a Planned For NASA I we can all participate in intramural ,

carefully planned one, and was sports competition. 'This typeof
executed in fine form. The run- comprehensive intramural playing encourages everybody

ner-up of the championship flight sports program is now i being plan to play all the games we have

was Chief B. Witzel, whose dutyIs ned for the personnel of the Na- available, while providing a pain-
connected with the golf shack. val Air Station. During the past less method for physical fitness r.

In the finals of the championship few weeks, what with the large So when you hear of intramural r"1 rc

flight, Smith distinguished amount of men leaving and com- sports In your unit or division, be r i -s

himself as undoubtedly one of the ing aboard the station, intramural sure to sign up as a participant.

best golfers to play on the station sports have almost come to a com In the meantime, organize your /

course. In the first ten holes of plete standstill. Organization has own teams, practice, and see If t

his match with Witzel, he shot ten been almost impossible, but now you don't have a barrel of fun. ? .' ..Y r 4 1.4 Mr

straight pars, and went on to defeat that things are settling down, we

his opponent, 6 and 5. His should soon see some hot competition PIGSKIN PARSON
By &LIM":: AVERY, S 1/C
golf was superb throughout the between the various units and .. .... ... ....-....... .., ".... I
match, and his victory is well de- activities at NAS. There ate two main factors to any sporting event: the

served. Under the direction of Lt. Com spectators and the participants. They aren't hard to tell

\\ltzel, who usually shoots dr Anthony Rubino, PT & Wel- In the stands the and
.steadily, couldn't quite find himself apart. you see spectators on the field

against Sinitn. Ills approaches fare create Officer a,, league plans are for being all sportsto madeto you see the participants. One group has dressed*jUe| .>;lnfti

were generally off, and be played under the intramural nice, clean clothes, and the other group is dressedja13U; ; il." ,
he had to rely on chip shots and ferently. ;> : I"
putting. He played. good golf In system. This league would be organized iX,.....':.. u" .., ,. '
under various heads, and The people who watch these con r "' n f> .-a. "*1-

the and Is tournament credit just the the same other, there will be championship play- tests are, as a general rule, famil- too late, too often. They are b'usy'-"v$ :

participants given In the match by at an off in all the sports played on the iar with whatever sport is being at practice long after'*,. body !,

station. Indulged In. Otherwise they would else has gone on liberty, and .they '*

opponent Intramural sports are vital to not be particularly interested in don't get excused fronrthHr w>fru,;, _./.'<
Smith, who hails from Seattle, watching it. However, there are lar duties to do it, either. Mostof
Washington, was a well-known circle as he has On the sixteenth some among the spectators who the practice hoursthey put in
amateur before his entrance holt he was two over and
golfer long par are not quite sure what is going are on their own time.
He went to defeat Kona
into the Navy played on During
on. These are the people who either Besides this practice
comes
la amateur tournaments for many the tournament O'Donnel got bet-
try to learn the game, or take drilling on plays, movements
etc.
,
seasons, and in one professional ter as he went along, and In the ,
advantage of their ignorance and They must all know when and
Washington: State Tournament end he proved himself to be the
L throw it around The latter are where to move on one of the
With a first prize of $12,000, heplaced best In his division. any
xsTIII' the people whom the promoters of dozens of plays the coach has given
sixth. Since his arrival
The second flight ended with
the contest would as soon have them to learn A football team
here, he has the station
played Lt. Cxmidr. Ford winning O'f'rnMI
I away from the stadium. These are is a machine, and must function
course consIstently. He is tall ftelen, 4 and 3. This
(6 feet 2 inches) and 190 pounds match, like the others, was well the ones who do not realize the as such Every member of tl| } .
time and it took to
patience put team must be in
worth of golfer. Smith is un- l played by both conte..tJtnt..and. I perfect physic .'
," 113'rally modest, despite his unquestioned It was close for the first nine that contest on shape, must know all the plays and
skill and ability with the holes, after which Ford allowed If you wish, we'll take a look his part in them, and he must prac-

clubsIn up as the better golfer of the into what goes on in staging an tice long and hard to maintain his

the first flight, E. O'Donnel two. Comdr, Font has shownHell athletic contest. We'll take foot- position on the team

defeated (,t. Coimlr Steve Kona In many of the i>:ost handicap _. .._ _.. .. ball, because that is what will soon For these reasons, the men who
--
:t and 2. This match was even tournaments the station, be here in full force. play the game should be given

to the end, and from the first winning more than his share of "Flying" Chaplain could' The season starts in the middleof more credit than they usually are.
tee on, It was anjbodj's game. them. Ills golf was smooth In well be the name for Lt R L September. That is when the You must remember that they are

Both players turned In good defeating Nelen. Stamper, station sky-pilot, above, spectators start to become interested doing all that practicing and play..

scores, and It "'aft by a slight/: The station golf club member who is out for the 1916 Jax The players start real practice ing on their own time, through

margin that Kona was defeated. ship, recently started, has been Navy football team Chaplain in the early part of August, ''I'' their own efforts. All they ask ia

ODonnel, of Brockton, Massachusetts steadily growing since its inauguration Stamper, shooting for the cen- From August until December, the that you show some kind of ap-

rates credit for his show- last Monday It now num- ter position, played first string men who are planning to play foot preciation other than just applausefor

ing in the recent tournament Having bers 165 members, and Jack Harvey center at Kings College' as an ball during the coming season all them when they get Injured, or

not played long, it was only says that even more applicantsare under graduate, and has enter- start eating what they are sup cheers for them when they make a

through hard practice that he has being entered In the membership ed many amateur athletic con- posed to eat, and abstain from touchdown. Spirit is half the

4 come up as high In the golfing book, tests during his Navy career drinking, smoking and staying up game,


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