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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval. District

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H.c SCENE OF SUNR'lse SERVICE '!

..Eusler Sunrise Service WillCliaraax




x Holy: Week Observance




ia HOLY WEEK SERVICES Other
Red Cross Fund ,AT THE CHAPELSAll : Religious

Saints'! Protestant Chapel
Drive Termed A Maundy' Thursday : Services Being
t 14-1230:! -Middav MeditationGood

+ F ., Friday Scheduled HereAn

Success At NAS OO-1230-hlday Easter! Sunday Meditation

0612-Minrise Service, on the
Easter Sunrise Serviceat
Despite the tact that it followed .shore of Casa Linda lake, I
behind the Chapel Sermon the foot of the cross on the
close on the heel of by Chaplain h. F. I shore of Casa Linda Lake behind '

three other fund-raising campaigns Ipngt', '' the chapels will climax
m1tt 0730: -Holy ('e1IltluunlullChap1 'I
the observance of
the 1947 American ln \\'. 1:. Stevenson Holy Week

) Red Cross drive drew to a successful 0930-llol.>' Communion and '.here at XAS Jacksonville. The
$ :.sermon by Chaplain 1:, I service, an annual event, is
1 close here Monday \\'. Andrew, I i; for all Protestant denominaI -

Winding up a month-Ions; effort, 1015-Easlrr St'r\I't' Sermon I tions.
.icpresentatives predicted that final l>y Chaplain \\', \\". Edel: I, i
totals will exceed the $4,000 I :s.N; (Ket.), President of I Chaplain Harold F Menges of

mark when all reports are In. Incomplete Oil'Mnson College, : the Naval Hospital will preachthe
f. tabulations from this st. l.ihuinl's; Catholic Chapel. sermon and the All Saints'
I command indicate that contribu- Holj Thursday I i Chapel Choir of 40 voices will fur-

q 'f tions will top $300: with NATTC ,: 1 00-High :Mass and I'rl.1, nish the music- The servicewill
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.iolt. start at 0612.i
still to be heard from The Naval I
Hospital reported a total of $355 35(' '1 iood 1'rlday I i Also slated for Easter Sunday
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< .\T1'.\IN KANCIs1 LEI; : ALIlEKr: seniot ihaplain, and Bai- raised there Complete returns ItoO-J.OO-Thr. hour; UI'\o-I''I, at the Protestant Chapel Is Holy
bata Wright YU, chaplains' assistant look over the cross on the I' will not be available until next to'lionMa. : Communion at 0730, with Chap-
banks ot Casa Linda Lake where the Easter Sunrise Service will be week since a number of activitieshad .. lain W, R. Stevenson in charge. At
held this Sunday morning Chaplain Harold F Menges!! will conductthe not tinned in then reports at Meditations and Kosar. i 0930 Chapldm E, W Andrews will
ttaditnnal devotion press time.Chaplain. Stations of the Cross, preach at the NATTC eervice; ncl

-. Robert J. Band Holy Saturday conduct a Communion Service.
: Opening Came JittersNAS I utive chairman for NAS, thankedall exec 0800-Holy Saturday Ceremonies I The general service at 1015 will
and High MaEa *-. be under the
leadership of
chairmen for Captain
departmental
Nine'I '
their splendid co-operation in mak- ter Sunday- Francis Lee Albert, senior chap-
0700->fass
Flier Baseball
I ing the drive a success. 0900-High Mass lain. The sermon will be deliveredby
Chaplain William W Edel, USN
"By efforts this activity 1100 :Mass
your >ICO
Bows To Florida Gators has maintained its reputation of "E .stU1'I'' Dickinson(Ret t, who College is now at president Carlisle Pa.of

never falling down in the supportof Friday'-1300;; and ]900, 'II Chaplain Edel has ,
chosen for
By Ioug; docket. ,S-Jc a worthy cause," he said. "With I 1 Saturda >'-1100 and 1900.( I II subject "Happy Easter" his
out help our fine showing Before all Masses : ,
\ the NAS Flier baseball nine your on Siiiula. | Appropriate religious and aster:
Under a dial, cloudy sky, ; would not have been possible" -- --- -
officially opened its 1917 schedule at Gainesville Tuesday afternoon I I music will be provided at all serv
Captain R M. Akin who head ices by the Chapel Choir,
and dropped a decision to the Gators of the University ed the drive for the district, added MODEL CAR RACE Easter Sunday will be observed : -

of Florida, (0-2: before 200 fans. Both teams displayed : his thanks for the backing the TRACK IS BEINGCONSTRUCTED at St. Edward Catholic Cha-

their worst type of baseball, with the Fliers connecting for campaign received from all hands. HERE pel with a Mass at 0700. High

only three safeties and making; four errors and the Gators "The response to this drive was Mass at 0900 and Mass at 1100, .

garnering only four bmgle* and --- most gratifying he stated, and A new model car race track is Confession will be held before all
everyone is to be congratulated being constructed at NAS in masses.
waking four miscues. preparation -
; for the unselfish financial support I for the Southeastein'' Continuing its schedule of Holy
"Smokey" Joe Stephens Flondaace Only Honorable given the Red Cross' in its annual I Championships which are scheduled Week services the Catholic Cha-
toed the rubber against the "
fund campaign. to be run off here 20 and 21 pel will have a High. Mass and
Fliers and his blistering speed set Discharge Is Allen G. Scarbtcugh Field Director I April. Procession at 1200 today. Holy
the locals down one-two-three in
here announced that a final While official confirmation of Thursday. On Good Friday there
the tint of the first Worth tabulation by departments would NAS Jacksonville as the site of > will be a three hour devotion from
In the last of the Hint, K nHerriman Having be readv early next week. It will the championships has not been received 1200 to 1500, including Mass Med-

NAS starting piixhei appear in the next issue of the as jet from the national organization II itation, and Rosary, and the Sta-
Jost control on Fielding. Gatoi I I EDITOR'S XOTE: This i it, flip An News' it seems a foregone tions of the Cross. 'At 0800 on Sat
third baseman, and walked him on third tn a s( r;t if i of aitalr tnLt .. conclusion that the station's bid urday. High Mass preceded by
lour consecutive! balls. Fielding ad- Comdi,.. Dim MOl'n. \A& Is- will be accepted, Holy Saturday ceremonies will bo
vanced to second as Davis grounded gal Of/i.; Outdoor Pools The new oval is to be located on celebrated. Chaplain Robert J,

out to Jim Zienta White walked It was!! m> original. intention to the corner lot adjoining Mu-tm and Baird..NAS Catholic Chaplain, an-
and then Joe Mossberg beat confine this article to the bad conduct Open 14 April Yorktown Avenues (Continued on Page 4))
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intield roller to load the
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out 1
an --- ---
: discharge However, it be -- --
I I bases. Bill Brown smashed a of more value if we consider may all With the adteitt .>f Spring SEEING DOUBLE I
scorcher: down third to tally Fielding thought. turn to such
the discharges because each of "armt'atltf'r ___ _,
and Camp walked to force in ..,
I them has a strong bearing on one's M spirts H'* outdoor Kuini- I ; N '_
Da\is Horsey flied deep to Wai- future civilian life In terms of dollars -' 'y ,,' } '
ming.I.ight;. ; .., '--- -"'"
J.\ Rages in left and Mossberg 'p
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(C- (;JHKKTINflSThe ; ten on". That in paper fhr Jlonorablr fare Department is mm busy I "'",..,', ." '>(/ -<> -.; ,1t, .... .. . .
I readying I the many pools for along I ,
Disdiaryt With it alone can you JL ,
I summer ..ea""", Hie official (,,: ,'..
JAX AIR NEWS received face the' entire world straight in ; ,,'
opening date for the station : j< : ,
the
and be able
eye to refer with -
main birthday greetings on outdoor pools ha.. het.n set
pride to your tour of duty in our
of its fourth
the occasion anniversary for April' 14.II .
but none is prized11I01't Navy. The world as a whole has
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highly than the following w
'letter sent by Rear Admiral

I Ralph Davison, Commandantof Marine Twins Cause Merry
the Seventh Naval District I II *'tr

I and Chief of Naval Air Advanced l.a a IS

I Training.:. Mixup By Duplicate Look
FIQHI : The SCHIOI Offurr I'rs-

l t'ntTV If you should happen to have your liberty and ID, card ,thtiktclning.
The Editor and Stall: / thJAX < upon leasing the Main Gate by a yo bespectacled Marine and then

AIR NEWS. I after reaching town ;you see him a jam!; don't be too surprised It will!
F I Via: Cowmandiny Officer, NASi i only be another case of mistaken id entity brought about r>\' the SocJn
t ;i IQrk'soft'ill, man twins, John and Biescoe,
I Suhi.: Birthday GifrttHf/8 and These two husky Marines are
I (''IrJI'a"flatiou. alike in everything Same looks, around the pool again then was
1. Thf Senior Ofjmr Pientnttali the fellow he had just sent ou' I
:, same voice, sanV vision, same everything -
,1 plm.iinc in congratulating In fact, they were both I Ii Soon Briscoe was stalking unwillingly -
thf, Editor and Staff of the i i the same weight and height in away from the pool, mutter-
'fJAX AIR NEWS" on the oc- ; Ing dire! curses against the unfair! "
school, but since joining the Corps, '. .
cation of that denier; life guards, i "
fine pa-
B. C (Driscoe has gained more '
(. pr'.* fourth annnersary. 'The i weight than his counterpart. And then when their senior yearbook 'r'-: ,
,- i JAX AIR NEWS" has mad" was being made up, B. C.'s : 'N ..'
: From the time they were able to
didn't kj
a worthy contribution to the picture come out, so two
I morale and well being of all ,, I toddle, life has been one mixup aft- were made up of John and no one '! )
another for the
er boys from ever knew the difference. In
uniformed/ and nt ilian Nai'al fact. I
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La. In the first
,
Shreveport grade
personnel in the Jacksonvilleurea one teacher even pointed out that i
for instance, J. C. (John) was not
he could tell B. C. his
The high standard of subject by nose. ;
I up to par on the final reading ex- Both the 1
matter and presentationthat joined Corps the sam .
.
am, so after Briscoe had: read, they .
has been maintained reflect day! were in the: same boot company -
I .* credit on all individual switched seats and- and made private First YOU CAN'T BLAME R E. Mirden\ SSMTUc( for scratching
Then, at the Boy Scout camp, Class on the same day his head and turning around with a puzzled expression, when he
John was" ordered out of the nwini- In regard to life as twins, Bns. pauses the Sod nnan twin- The two youthful Lealheriieclcg( present
(ttlrh"" ming pool for too much horseplay, coe said-or maybe it was--or-- quite [a problem t>> friends and station personnel-including the Jax
's: Ralph DfJUf.90K |hut Brtococ ]kept uj> his aquatics, oh, well; one of them said, "It's Air News staff! We think it's John on tlio l Jeff and! Briicoe on the
When the hfl' 'tltlu'cJ glllo'tJ ooMf'Hiw' but fat tmll"i' right/ 1 (itM,'V. .,ins< ffOotit:: ,.,iv \bets<
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_ WATCHDOGS\ OF A&R EFFICIENCY i
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I April showers bring May flowery
By J. F. Nelen, AC'MM
I 'tis said in poetry but they are

da I Mrs E P Saba and her charming ,, also bringing a big dance next
little granddaughter Frances Tuesday, 9 April. With. or without .
i Jean, mother and daughter of Chief an umbrella you're welcome) to the :
j( Frank Saba, are ,,spending sometime i "April Showers Dance", to be held! i t
$ here with the chief. Be pure in the auditorium on that dat v
they enjoy themselves, Frank ,2000 to 2230. And what could be j Ji
I We're glad to have you folks With' 1 more appropriate at such an affair ,\
,> us I than to have the attractive "Rairv-

i 1 wej I I At the Saturday dance, 2'J bow Girls" for dancing partners 1,
p
Yw 1 March Miss Dorroa the -
5 555 Kelley i
55 5,5 ,lira very charming guest of Chief AI The boys of Troupe; No. 6, the

Nolan, won the ladies' door prize,, organization of bald heads on the (llr: j
k r SSS .S a beautiful table lamp Chief : compound, are becoming more *j

Herbie Abrams A.CEM. of the Inspection I numerous. Oscar! MOM!, who once _|f4,
$ Department copped the had flaming red hair Is now clip-

men's door prize, a Seth Thomas ped, and we mean clipped Now we
k : electric clock. Perhaps the chief at least know that our boys of .
can get to work on time now.It' Troupe No. 6 have round heads We

., a brand new baby girl for wonder why G. Bicchoff has not
consented to his initiation into the
Chief and Mrs. M. J. Vattimo of
Dewey' Park. Her name is! Lynda organization by being sheared 1I -

Marie. and she! tipped the scalesat
7.5. We understand!!' she got a I Who's that gal in the slack suit, "Mb ,
.fl" good look at the "ole man" and It's rhM3c Jonesie, one of the. '
r Y darned near parsed out Congratulations -I WAVEs Who work in our Dependents '.
'I to you both. ; Hospital That beautiful slack
; suit! she wears while ruling one of
Some of the lucky winners at
s I the Red Cross bicycles is very very ,
last Tuesday evening's Bingo were I
,
Mrs. G. Lesser, Mrs, R J. Mikus nice.

MANAGEMENT! ENGINEERING R L Bergeron, ACFC; Mrs H. T
Whitfield, R. W, Barr, ACOM; E I' Thursday, 10 April, Is the date
of Assembly & Repair has F. Jahn. ACMM; Chief and Mis for the big-time "Spring Carni- r '

many) duties, two of which are B. B. Sbephard and Mrs P. C. val" to be held in the Rec Hall, and u I

shown in the accompanying Bade It was a swell night and a I this i is',.one you don't want to mini. I

rdPM photos. Above, left to right R. good time was had by all. Dun't Shake off that "Spring Fever" and *
forget tomorrow night come try jour skill. It's 1800
R Rossini, draftsman; Lt A, B. 10 I
Thursday, April
\ ATTENTION CHIEFS: Is there ;
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Wood assistant management engineering -
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any chief who will volunteer to
officer; A. M. Proctor teach Chief Hook ( Five Ace I Wagner I All the crew in the new Corpsmen r

> statistician; end "-, A. Stanul the fascinating game of twen barracks have been' trying to

f55'r senior civilian supervisor checkon ty-six' It is general: knowledge: find a place to rig up aerials for
w around the base that he TRIED to I their radios so they will play inside
rb 1' the progress of a new organization teach Chief Stanton the game Tsk, I that steel' cage of ours All but one,

N chart. (Left) H L. II tsk, Hook. I that is, who seems to find sitting

oi Lewis watches A WollitzAMGi By the way, because of the I under the "Keep Off the Grass"sign .

I I at work to prepare aK'b Easter holidays, there will he no a better place to play his port-
I' able.] We're only kidding.: Hampton, I'
dance at the club this Saturdaynight.
of the
analysis operation we know 'ou'r.e not the t>pe.
overhauling aircraft generators ;

'S y If you havent bought your new
S\ SSSs o a ae Easter bonnet as yet, come on over:
to the F.ec hall tonight and havean
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original one made, just for you!
Yessir that's the 'Easter Bonnet -
I Parade party and there'll be

y I a group of pretty Jacksonville] girls; ,

Assembly And Repair's Management Engineering on hand to help you. The wearerof
I fly MARTHA! GLOVEIlFor the best chapeau will be givena
real fashion award so be sure

Office our heart throbs this weekwe to come and try your luck.A .
Helps Improve Department's Efficiency
find that Ruth Gill i is to be

-- -- married in June' to Chief Warren new attraction around the

EDITOR- NOTE: This M the I Carter, and Cathy Lehman i I. compond lately which both staff
t"fv"d s n a mes of arttclts about trial engineering administrative tistical l reports' summary form!, sporting a week-old engagement and patients have been enjoying is

AdR's v third o1'tidft It fries will np- as required to assist the A&R Officer I control function of the various Blind dales broaden one almostas the Red Cross recreation facilities.

PN" tnxt U'f"f'Jt's i'*Uf', and his staff in attaining the : management levels.Administrative ] I much as travel, don't they Wilma They can be checked out HL any
following) objectives) : < 11 Meeting Procedure!' Section ? Helene, is an aching back time until 1600 Let's take good

The Management Engineering necessary completion dates; <42. 'I -recommend improvements in i contagious or does Henkie just care. of them,

Office in the Assembly and Repair I Adapting quickly: to changes m'I organization structure, prepare and I really' have something wrong : ,

Department is! primarily a management workload: (431 i Making the most efficient :'': maintain current organization I Why: this sudden interest in golf: The Easter Bunny has given hm
use of man-power, materials I charts and manuals!, recommend I ( ? I being shown by Foley] ? Ann solemn' promise not to skip the he>*/-
engineering and consulting I space, and equipment consistent ways' for improvement, simplification -I Elden' did all right bowling last pital this year, so in his hone)1'there'll
unit, free of the obligation, influ- with the limitations imposedby I procedures develop standard I week' -highest score for women on be an "Easter Egg Hunt"on

rm-e, or bias of other departmental other objectives.In ;I simplified forms, tags, and reportsto I station. A week-end of hard ball Sunday afternoon, starting in

activities, and capable of takinga order to provide qualified I reduce' costs and minimize time I is fairly strenuous, according to the Rec Hall Get your microscope,
broad objective viewpoint based personnel! to fill these newly created required for handling. paper worK, : Betty OKane your blood hounds, and your bushel
] I billets, naval officers were During the war years with final I Won be long now until the out- basket and join in the fun!
the best interests of
solely upon nominated for BuAers first 12- victory as the objective, emphasis door swimming! pools will be open
the department as a whole To accomplish -I week course in Management and was on meeting' the production The one we've heretofore had The Werner Roast given last ,-

its mission, it receives Industrial Engineering which convened schedule with costs being ignored 'though will sit the season! out in day night came out very mcjy.
the full support of and ie directly I at NAS Alameda in November in most cases' Today more and dry dock because of circumstancesnot ) The turnout was great, the weinera
responsible to top management. i 1945. Following the completionof more stress is being placed on the yet under control We'll miss swell and PhMlc Daniels deservesa
this course, Lt F. C. Geer became cost t-lt'mt"nt-both in labor and boards big hand for a great job of keeping -
I the privacy, diving and
Management engineering originated -
the first Engineering I materials evidenced by congressional -
Management -as the Corpsmen in high spirits
about 185 with the start! of the A&R I receiving I graduated depth, but should find) a
Assistant to insistence -
upon few nice features about the Chief'spool
the scientific management movement Officer On 5 February 1946, he' full value for each dollar ex- I I Don't forget the new ClasMcal
which intuition and I ] which we'll share this 'earDon't ,
replaced >
was relieved by Lt. Waiter A Stanul II'' pended and b>' President Truman'aauthorizing Recording" room, available for use
want to lose our chow hall,
opinion in the solving of business i
also and indus simpler procedures for i listening
a management all day long. If you like good -
too do we" Then lets the
pioblems. Since that time the I get on
IrHMinn of pro- trial enginering course graduates, the discharge of int'fficlentvl1\ ball. Small chance of anyone'shaving I in quiet surroundings, this .
management engineeringhas with degree from' Northwestern I service employees. The Bureau of one is!! for you. Albums! may be '
until now it embracesu eaten Navy chow elsewhere
grown Under his leadership, organization Aeronautics now reviews reports checked out in the Red Cross Recreation -
that's
\ the United States some 7,000 as continually good
of the Management EngineeringOffice I from Assembly & Repair activitiesin I Office. This room is for
firms composed of specialists and' for you or "best by taste test, solet's ,
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was completed. Lt, I* P considerably greater detail than the use of both patients and staff, consultants business do and knock off this
helping to cooperate I)
the Management and determines relative
Hartung presently heads formerly all invited to
are cordially
what it should to become and stay business of taking it out from'
,,'ith'Lt With and
Engineering Office efficiencies\ present anticipated make use, of it
efficient i A.B. Wood being the Assistant budget limitations, every I under our own noses Entirely too -

In 1942, a management engineering Management Engineer. The I possible] way of increasing pr >duc- I much butter is being used, and There is no further news about
office was set! in the office I I most of us know why. Cost of Jiving -
up I Management Engineering Office I tion at reduced cost must be exploited our Hotel Party; we are trying our
4>f the Secretary of the Navy andshortly staff includes nine civilians and I if the aircraft required' in I for cows has gone up, too, you best to produce it sometime la
thereafter management en- : embraces an Industrial Engineering support of the integrated aeronautics know, and they're' giving us more April Please keep in touch with
giiwerir were established in each Section, a Performance Review ; program are to be overhauled I milk than ever before Another Chief Pharmacist Mate Brown if
bmmu cf the Navy Department : Section, and an Administrative repaired, and modified I thing, if you see lipstick on cups you're Interested!
TM Navy at that time took over I Procedures Section. Specific Hence, the Management Engineering and silver remember, it may be .
HUw rt of its management engineering functions of the various sections! group must' ever be on the alert your own-so" keep it to yourself The sweet young thing was tour

work, although several jobs are as!! follows for improved and simplified, methods -' Frenchy doesn't make much ing the cement plant. Already Mir
continued under contract with private noise but she's being missed now.
so as to make possible the oc- had learned that cement was made
firms For example, Booz Allen Industrial Engineering Sectiondevelop complmhment of maximum output Let's hope she gets out of sick bay from rock
which had been excavated -
standard -
and Hamilton had an assignment production operating with minimum fatigue to insure" sc>on,
from the and sold
work ground
in connection with descriptions conduct Marie Te.py" Desmond has I
inspection that the Navy's air arm continuesas at for
juttt Osbourne, and Wells simplification studies, recommendmethods last salted her hashmark profit.
Corrigan the most powerful in the world. by going
"But what will do with that
e*>mlu< ted surveys in the field of I for reducing rejectionsand A substantial savings in the cost to New Jersey on leave via large hole" you
aircraft<< overhaul and maintenance spoilage determine systematic of the Naval aircraft overhaul and freighter
Thisr organization within the Navy plant layouts! for maximum efficiency Merle Hamilton is "The boss would sell that too, M
maintenance program at this activity bring> visned he could." .
Department has been concerned in utilization of space and has teen effected by the adoption by her son who is going to Yale:
"But what could] hole like that
recommend improvements a
and -
with organization, procedures, equipment, of recommendations' for more under the V-5 program; ) June be used for ?" .
wetiMids utilization in methods and procedures Rothken and
manpower efficient operation resulting from "Jonney" Daraki- "
clearing bottlenecks in supply and for production control, ma- surveys and analyses! by j>erfn1 1 wicz, SpV's from Patuxtnt Rive, "Lady, exclaimed the exasperated -
p nluction, and solving other' problems terial handling, functional layout, net of the Management Engineering I are visiting Tucker and Wcl. Mr laborer, "I reckon we could] I"
production line technique: etc. cut it up and sell it for basements -
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connected: with logistics.On Office: I and Mrs Fred Steward from Philadelphia ,"

11 September 1645, the Bureau Performance Review' Section The Navy Department is sold ate here to see' Haul Miller

: t( Aeronautics in promulgating determine statistical requirementsof on its Management Engineering this week Notice they made the Chiefs club.

an outline gui for the prep- management analyze personnel, Program, for as Commodcne R her Jet her. hair down Several To our newest arrivals we extend _
"ration of AAR Department manuals budget, and production performance M Watt, Jr., has said, "Even the me/nbers of Delta Theta Chi from the usual Two collie pups>
wt forth the functions of the data, recommend areas of simplest of human operations are town were guests in the barrackslast Duke and Nickey' belonging to i

:Management Engineering: Aftsistnt study for increasing efficiency of greatly benefited by management I J week of some of the WAVE Lillian Stankey, Eloise Petty, and
.... .> the A&R Officer The mope ctjxjrdtions. develop/ : simplified' standard engineering or, if you choose' to call sorority members They liked our Barb Wright are catching on fast

of the Management Engineer's I procedures tor compiling statistical it by another name"* intelligent and i{ rooms very,, much Later enter and S*'hen ley approves. Love 'em,
July included the: fields of jridus ) data, develop improved sta j careful planning] ," lainment consisted'' of a movie at but don't feed 'em. "
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,. ___ MOVIES: Week 1)syr-21NN< ); w_knd*-I ISO and !()()().
THURSDAY

"UNEXPECTED GUEST", with William Boyd. Western
if... FRIDAY
a
1 "MILLIE'S DAUGHTER". featuring Gladys George.
1 SATURDAY AN SUNDAY
/ "GUILT OF JANET A [ES", stmg Rosalind Russell Extreme.

.' ly well-done psychological drama yith sensitive writing and award-

, winning acting
MONDAY
"BOOM TOWN", with Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy. drama. ot
the oil boom In Oklahoma. Replay of an old favorite).
IEI TUESDAY ANU WEDNESDAY

I.,: "HIGH BARBAREE", featuring Van Johnson and June AllynoiuDrama.
r A picture which should, prove satisfying and enjoyable to all
types of audiences.
THURSDAY
.
"MICHIGAN KID", with Jon Hall and Rita Johnson Weterm

JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMShows
r

otart at :2000

1'IIUltsn.YNIJ FRIDAY .
.. "THE RAZOR'S EDGE", starring Tyrone Power and Gene Ticrix?l.
--- I SATURDAY

R.'., ,# IT'S BAD FORM to lit on the target if you're an archery enthusiast but when the "tOI m" is Pat "MICHIGAN KID", with Jon Hall and Rita Johnson.
".. Alphin. Universal starlet who gives a heck about rules And who wants to look at the bulls-eye, anyway I SUNDAY
.
4* "MILLIE'S DAUGHTER". featuring Gladys George.
-_. .MONDAY AND TUESDAY' :

"GUILT OF JANET AMES': starting Rosalind Russell.WKDNKSD4Y : .
Only Jewish PersonnelGet

I "BOOM TOWN", featuring Clark Gable and Spence Tracy
B (Continued from Page 1) Invitation To THURSDAY

great respect for and confidence in "HIGH BARBAREE", with Van Johnson and June Hyson..
1 lour Army and Navy. and for the Religious ServicesPersonnel
1, sense' of loyalty, fair play team OTHER EVENTS
REPORTERf ( work and discipline which is firmly of Jewish faith may

I inculcated in most of our personnel be granted leave or liberty by department BINGO PARTYEvery Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.A1IILKTIC .
This is in spite of the occasional heads to observe the UK Alt-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and<
disorderly sailor they see Passover holidays, it was an- I Mustin Road, 1000-llJO' and 1400-1&JO daily, and at Gear Room tou-
.- ny V>i 111 Hough, SJc in their cities, because they know nounced this week in the Plan, -of- I side Bldg. 726, 0800-1700 on work days.
" QUI'S'1'I0N: Who Is your favor- that he is not typical. When business I II the-Day I )IOUt:l. AIRPLANE SHOP-Hear of Bldg. 39, open 12OO-2400
" It." !pin-up anti why conditions are good, American Jewish servicemen were invitedby daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Monday
:t AUBREY L. STAINS Sic, Los industry is on the lookout for holders the two Jacksonville synagoguesand BO"'I.INO-8lx alley located in Mamside Recreation Building
;i ',:: Angeles, Calif : I of the "white ticket"the Honorable the local Jewish communityto No. 3. Alleys open from 1430-2130 Mondaysth ough Fridays; 1700-
* ," "You can have all of the movie Discharge | attend services as follows: : 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.:
;tl;,' star pin-ups you want. I'll take my eat i I. the discharge" under'' JEWISH TEMPLE Laura and BOXING For intotmation regarding workouts: contact Lfceut.
sister as favorite." Honorable Condition. Till U stilla Ashley Streets Comdr. A. J. Rubino extension 59J Mamside
t.-: : my : ; or repot to : Mat alter
r' J. J. SUTTON Sic. Fort Bragg "while ticket", but not the "big"I I 4 .April !>tH 1500.
\: ticket, and those who get them are i April 110tl
: April i' 'W MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located m
W."I like Jane Russell because of ashamed of them The Navy hay a' It .April i IIKJEWISH
* the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
: special board in Washington which'spends CENTER Third and
her beautiful pear-shaped . : their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding ruo i"
,y;;.' tones when she sings." , ...... hone! by arrangement with Weltare Officer. Combination radio-pito-
.
E. E. STALLINGS and the.ntere degrading dtrcharges 4 April 1 lit'>
Sk3c. i .April \444'>> ..... lj'*| aogath available for use: ot all hands.
This i is all
; discharge you I
o Raleigh i N. C.:
|I < April OU'->> LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation BuildIng .
"For a pin-up I prefer that aul- ran count on If you are convictedby i iI It April- 1900!
No. 3. from 0900 to 2100
Open Monday through Friday. Saturday
look of Lizabeth Scott." one general or two summary 11 .AprlOi3N' and 19'11)n
try \I court martial enlist-I' .April MM: from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100. *.
t' J ROBERT WEST, S2c. Lynchburg. during your 11'h..re will air!" ) IM a Momorial s"nilleat SW1MMINU Indoor recreational
nieut if and swimming pool, swimming
Virginia: or your proficiency 10'( ')') on It April II.
1800-2100 daily, Monday through\ Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.
: "Jane Gieer former wife of I Iit. conduct grade are lower>> than ::.1S ; >
Vallee is favorite. and 3.'S respectively If your prospective Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
.; Rudy my Every- '
I employer asks about TEAMS SIGNING UP GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sunday -
time I look at the picture I have your ;
"
front 09001700. Golf: clubs ate available at Golf .House.
discharge from the and Bathing
;: of her I think of my girl i I I Navy moti:i FOR INTRA-MURAL
trunks prohibited on Golf Course
.: HAMMY HAMRICK CY, New of them do, your clianws of getting -
York. N. Y.: I that job you want are not goIng I SOFTBALL LEAGUEFour IIOIt.-\.OE-Open daily to enlisted: personnel with liberty
:: "My favorite Clark Gable, they 1 to be nearly as good with thin cards and uniform of the day I. 1730 to 2300. Located' south of Mason

y\- h>,-mari type. He's really got what type| of discharge. teams have entered the Field. ,
: it takes." || The Undesirable Discharge is Intra-mural softball league so far I 'tNNIS-Racquet8 and balls ale available at the Physical Train-
P. S. KULP, S2c, Rahway N. J.I: given to those who are constant and at least six: more are expectedto lug Buildlnlor/! 726, and also on Mat atea (corner of Muslin and
"My gill, of course, a real Jersey minor offenders, habitual shirkers join this fast-stepping loop I Yorktown RoaJsI.SKI''I'ULL.
,' tomato. I thing it's her blue eyes, I or who are unclean in their hab- which was a big success last sum I .-\ Practice Monday through Friday starting:
',. all, man, and light brown hair that its. It U printed on yellow paper at 1630.
mer.The I
: .get me most" I I| just as the Bad Conduct and the four outfits who have sign I I -\KUlUltY-Club, located in Bldg. S99 open daily from l/tuO/
RUDOLPH LILLEBO, S2c, Minneapolis Dishonorable Discharge. Furthermore ed up include A Je R, Staff Dispensary to 2200; Satuiday front 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2 uO.

,.:. MiAn.: it should be pointed out that and Inspection.: The Everyone welcome.
"Betty Grable, natch! Why, did the holders of this discharge mayor league is set to get underway by UltstnY-Spon.tored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. liui.
..l\:' : you say '.' I'll tell ya those legs of may not be entitled to the benefits 20 April and since a schedule! Mondays and 'ridoiYs-O to 1200' ; Thursdays-1300 to 1800; We Ju pn, hers. blonde hair and a few other of the -G. I. Bill of Rights" must be arranged before the sea- d.1Yl-0800 to 1800: Tuesdays and SatUI'days-l/jOO to 2100. Rate*-
r things to go with it. Hubba hubb which are available to those: who son opener, all teams interestedin I I hourly ) 20 cents for one child 25 cents for."0two or mote; (monthly).
*, ding ding! !" ,I are discharged under other than joining the loop should! turn I SI for one child 45 for two or more
J W. CUBLE, S2c, Chicago, lit.I: dishonorable\ conditions j their team names in this week by WHERE 1O (H) A.MIOREUSO
: "Y-ou've seen those pin-ups in'' This does not mean that you contacting Ens T. S. Ary at Bldg I Armed Service Center, 122 West Forsyth Street Lounga#
.: &*{uire. Well. I have one that tops must receive a Dishonorable Discharge ; ?26 or by phoning 593 and leaving open 0800-2300: ; dormitory open 24 hours a day-with showers sh..viui!;
a any of them my wife!" to lose these benefits. The the necessary information. labilities, ea-.
,.' R. E. WEISBRODT, S2c, Cin- Veterans Administration ruled on ._ __ u_ ___u ____ _
; Chili iti. Ohio: i i 30 October 1914 that "the require- This ruling was added to on 21 put lasting; brand on your life. lively prove that there ws a IIUMII- a
r' "On the question of pinups, I'll ment of the words 'dishonorable I April 1915, when it was decided With either of them, you might as fart error in the priM*. illlC" t u t
take my girl. She's as beautiful as conditions' will be deemed to have that the acceptance of an Undesirable well have the letters BCD or DD hit ea+r and tliii doesn't, hi,i.jK.n
th || been Jnet when it is shown that the I Discharge to escape trial burned on your forehead because very often. Job will It., tli*"ni u+
r":' eyWITKOWSKI. H. J., S2c, Cleveland -' discharge or separation front the ; by general court martial will be1 I they Mill" follow you that (l.>..,ly you-decent society Mill shun you
Ohio: : service is for ((1) mutiny, ( a bar to receiving the benefits un- wherever you go or whatever you No one Haul an associate wit, i> (lies
\ "Mine a certain someone by the ing or (3)) an offense involving der the G. I. Bill. I I do. Very few of these discharges been proved to be what ha ootno
., name of Dolores Everytime I look moral turpitude or willful and persistent 1 Finally, there are the Bad Conduct are' ever changed to a better dir& to 1M' known a.s a "bad actor."
:" '. at her picture it brings back fond misconduct of which convicted Discharge and the Dishonorable ('h.rg.n.1, the only way it can Thus far everything we have
, ;: memories"_ I I by a civil or military court." I Discharge. Either: of thrift will 1M don I lit for the holder In 1'0..1-1 considered in these articles has
u ---
;;,0 been mighty grim. This was inteit-
/ f tional. If put a cheap
STALEMATE you pr co
By Harold Jones, S1Jan. I tag. on these matters the real value
is never realized.: Hard and cold
facts have to be met head on. There
was a Chinese soldier and philosopher -
who once said "Regard your
soldiers as your children and they-
'
4 DQQR' will follow you into the deeps&t,
'>- w valley"
,.+
RJri ,
It is questionable as to whether
iIik it Is fortunate or unfortunate that
our Navy is far too large for it tu
assume such a paternalistic Attitude
? r When a man dons the Navy
; y 1 t"yw Blue he U deemed to be a man and,
;- therefore he must bo treated an !a
man My next and final article in
this series will be general/ diM-
cusftion! of so-called discipline. and
I how you ct best adapt yourselves
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,, j .li f\lJl} { S I Letters To. The EditorDear I IT'S ft TOUGH LIFE By SfccvosCARCM ;

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dItnrlal. ,
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Office
l t Mouth' ttmg Lower: Deck, Uldg. 930 Editor: j HAREM/ if 1( !

t I Telephone extension 8184 Since you reserve a section of your paper 10.COO.kPACtlY CAIS f fi 1 < v1r (
Arthur M. Greene, Editor
every week for articles to the Editor
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the we
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at nc have a question we'd like answered

expense to the government and in compliance with Are Navy officers permitted to live in

SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 May 1945. Copies, housing projects that were originally built.
are distributed nee of charge at the Naval Air for enlisted men? Our buddies at Cecil
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, over
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Field say that officers occupy several of

Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval these units. While enlisted men with childrenare

District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, waiting for houses, officers with no t ra
the Naval Air and the U. S. NavalHospital I
Gunnery Range children in.
move We were under the im-

Rear Admiral Ralph) Davlson. pression that the housing allowance they II
Commandant, Seventh Naval District draw exempt them from living in low-cost
IhieC d Natal Air Advanced TrainingC
units. Here's hoping you can give the boys I
+iAain Howard V. Hopkins, USN, Commanding at Cecil Field the j
straight
Naval Air Technical nalmng Center; : dope.J. .
B. McCormick y
Captain Anthony R. Brads LSN: Commanding a llo I
Jacksonville Naval Air Station and several others.
j
Cattail' ) Robert U. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding EDITOR'S
U. S. Naval Hospital NOTE: Since we were not familiar
With the situation over at Cecil Field, the matter was
Captain F. W. Prlettmno, USNR. Commanding brought to the attention of the Executive: Officer
1 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit here who In
him ('ommunlcateillth the Commanding tIF
Lt. (',,>I. T, C. Moore, Jr., USMC Commanding. & Officer cf Cecil :Field. In his reply to f\ ( l1 l/
Marine Barrack Comdr. Paul t:. Enirkk; Co mil r. F. J. Brush quoted ttnwi ;t .w n .

Cunuir.ul s F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding. from a SecNav letter dated 21 November 1916: : .
Natal Air Ounneiy Range "There are 123 rental accommodations tar families i\\
} at Cecil Field These housing unit were constructed -FTVz
Frederick J. USN, Commanding
Cfirndr. Brush.
to lake care of personnel attached to Cecil!
Naval All Stall Cecil lick!
Auxiliary : on. -i i \ .
Field and are legally available for assignment to
Ci-pt. Alexander M. Hearn USMC both officers arul enlisted as..I'I1mtnt : '.1
personnel. Specitic "' ,
Mttiint Aviation Ueucniueni Ia.'be we are dreaming; but whj' ask questions? 1st'' Jim
left the
!! are to discretion of
> the Commanding have fun:*' j
The JAI AIR NEWS receives Ships Editorial Association ran Officer for allocation in such proportions as may ------ -. --- ---- .- 1
'teiinl Republication of credited matter prohibited withoutpermission best serve fetation operations." -
of SEA:: Washington 2&, D. C. Republication of anj AVe hope that the above paragraph clarifies the t
other matter, except toy service publications, Is prohibited t t
without permission cf Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. situation at Cecil Field to the satisfaction of McCormick Commercial I
and his buddies. +

More Uniform Bulletin I

DopeBy ( Red Cross -'S -d-' ThanksTo : :

Ship Editorial AgaonHtion; lUilletliiH sill be acceptwl l until 1
I
Enlisted men in the Washington, D. C., area are I All Hands : Space lint been filled, hut nn later
:having: their say about the proposed new uniformsin (h.111 HMKl( Tuesday. i\t.; J30.rOU .
As Field Director of the AmericanIed
line with the Navy's policy of conducting opinion I i I
surveys of the men who will be affected by the ; Cross at this naval. activity,. I wish! i I SsALK

changes. Models of the suggested uniform changeswere to express my appreciation to all naval, 1944 Mere'in'v' '"ur.door, MHii.ii. ,Excellent AN AMERICAN DYNASTY by
put on display at the Navy Annex, Arlington Marine Corps, and civilian personnel for I Ii Hangar condition.14:4.! J. t' Dunvxl. .ioj or John Tebbel has as its subject the

Va., and at the Anacostia, D. C., Receiving Station. their to the 1917 Fund Studebaker sedan. Newly painted!, new ties I fabulous journalistic empire made
generous response .
and tube Driven by only one dnr. 8JO
The survey indicates, to date, that a new sample By wholehearted support of the I East, Church St., Jo,'nuzblau.I up of the interlocking ownership
blue uniform with trousers that have a fly front, your Luggage trailer waterproof cover. 1150 of three of America's most powerful -
"bell" bottoms, two slash pockets, a watch pocket, Red Cross drive, you have helped make I 3::V9A Blair .St., Dewey Park. Scott. newspapers The Chicago
belt and laces is favored the men who possible the continuation of the manifold Portable electric washing machine $23.:; Tribune
a no by Almost new. 2818 Park $t. Phone ;2-9154. I The New York Dai.y
will have to wear the uniform. A coat-type cuff for services which this organization offers' I Riley News, and the Washington Tim *- '
the dress blue jumper sleeve, with seaman stripeson 1046 washing machine. 12188 Hancock, St, Herald. This account discloses the "
day in and day out to the distressed peo- : NAS. Wells.
the sleeve instead of on the cuff, s also favored Incredible behind the
Ford jeep. Total mileage IJ.OOO Five new history operations -
RS Is the present flat hat in lieu of a proposed visor- ples of our and other lands, and to servicemen -I tires, $335. 272T Bay*'lew Ave, Lakeshore. of these paper's and tell

ed cap with a chin strap. > of the U. S. Armed Forces at'j' Call. Hardwood after 170V.Bungalow. floors. tile bath, hot the story of the family which pro-

However, a sample khaki uniform was voted home and abroad and their dependents. water electric cooking, fuel heater outside duced them. Most people are aware
down by most of the men to replace the present tank and nice garage./ C. Woodrum, of the influence of new'spapeis on
white uniform. Almost unanimous approval for neck- Allen G. Scarbrough. Ext.Public 706.Works Machine: Shop Bldg. loa public opinion, and with this in ''I"

erchiefs rolled and sewed at the factory was reg- J-piece maple livingroom: suite |30i: S- mind, "with evidence directly from
j@tend.I I piece, bedroom suite, $30: -piece breakfast their own columns, Mr. Ttbbcl
let, 110: walnut bed with spring,
The present undress blue uniform was given a U3. Phone 7-6938, Mrs. Earl Simm-. evaluates their policies, sounds a
vote of confidence, as Mere the current dress blue Three-bedroom house with screened porch. warning to the public and challenges -
Lot approximately 50x100. One and a American journalism to
blue
rather than the collarless
jumpers, proposed half miles from NAS. $7,000. Automobile "
jacket worn with a white shirt with blue jumper any make, 1938 model or later, will be weed its garden.
collar. Th eu ondVieus rnmStth ;)'!..'epted as part of down payment.; 4350 Samuel Hopkins Adams, author i-f
Blount nve., T. J. Dailey. rxt. 8380.
Availability of surplus uniforms of the present Royal I typewriter, baby bathmette, 1JKA of the excellent biography of Alexander ,
style and the cost ot the new-style uniforms will affect ,, Randolph St, NAS. Howard. Woollcott, is still con- r.
the date of uniform changes.Deadline Thayer"oudith..n baby 1181 carriage Cumberland and sofa Rd.bed., or Good see cernfd with theatrical people in his .

-,,-- Flores, AEM2c, light Test Hangar 116. new novel BANNER BY THE
The dominant theme of Easter is im-' Bedroom suite, livirgroom suite, and din WAYSIDE. This is a period romance i'
1311B NAS. F.
ette. Randolph St. A. which follows the I
\ mortality, but not mere immortality as such. Deaton. perform _
Is 1 July Five-piece living room suite, double bed ers of a traveling theatrical troupein
The emphasis in Christianity is not on the kitchen table with two chairs, and dishes. up-state New York in the
fact that life and 1221A Hancock St., NAS. Myeis.Crmel 1840's. The book .
teems with'characters
(SEA)-Because of contemplated budgetary may go on on beyond hail top-coat, size 38, $40; blues :
restrictions, all Naval Reserve officers including death. It is rather on the quality of life. with lieutenant's stripes, size. 38, tennis from all walks of life and
tttaff corps and women officers being paid under Ap- Eternal life is not mere endless existence. raeergerson, ext I tells the love story of two of them
{01 1 or 223.
Endurance
propriations Pay Subsistance Naval Personnel mustbe Andrews (a foundling
on inactive duty and off Navy payrolls! prior to 1 It is a high quality of life, a particular kind FOR RENT I brought up in a New York bookstore ... ,

July, except those specifically approved for contin- of life that can begin right here and now and turned actress) and Jane",
uation on active duty during the fiscal year 3948. which goes on through even that which we Room Lt. Comdr.in Murray Reagan..Hill! section. Ext. $6", Quintard (handsome, sardonic ex-

SecNav James Forrestal announced the new rulings call death. Double bedroom in private' home for couple. Harvarclian). ,
10 minutes from NAS. Phone i-SlU. '
OPERATIONS IN NORTH AFRICAN -
in Alnav 79-47. Therefore, to answer the question of immortality Mrs. Hairls. WATERS
All reserve officers sepaiated in accordance with Double bedroom: for couple. Hot water and OCTOBER1942JUNE :
we must first answer the ques- garage On NAS bus line. 28S2 College 1943 is the second! volume -
the Alnav should complete their terminal leave and
separation processing not later than the end of the tion: what is the meaning of life? Is ]life M.1700.Phone, 2-9&S2! Miss Madison, after chronologically, but the first ".

current fiscal year. important here and now? If it is simply Hatale'told Two-room furnished apartment, plus sleeping to appear, In a projected twelve to
PhoneH239W, Mrs. fourteen volume HISTORY I
room. T. V. OF
The only "Reserve officers not included under by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Monk. 419 Park St. THE UNITED STATES NAVAL,
the provisions of the Alnav are those who requested signifying nothing," then why waste talkon Bedroom with kitchen pririleKts.' : No child' OPERATIONS. IN WORLD WAR f I
ren. Two blocks: from NAS bus line 133S t
retention on active duty during fiscal 1948 and thinking of a life beyond this one? If Wolfe Ave. II. Early in 1942, Samuel Eliot :'
have had their names listed in an Alnav or have Double with kitchen 20S4 :
room privileges. : Morison
of
one America's
>received> a BuPers letter or dispatch authorizing retention that is all life is, to prolong it endlessly 1 Ml wood Ave. Phone 7-7050, Mn. G. L. historians, major,.l' '

those aviation officers whose contractural would be silly. On the other hand, if ]life is, Corner Loggin bedroom. for couple. One block: the Naval Reserve was commissioned with the sole in

agreements to lemain on active duty expire after 1 to use ShaW's words, "sort of splendid from NAS bus line. StfUi\ Oak M.. Mrs duty of preparing this history. It "

July, and those medical and dental officers whose torch which 1 have got hold of for a minute, William 1N)0. Johnson. Phone 2-5V after is not an "official" history, which
directed] periods of active duty expire after 1 July.
and which I want to make burn as brightly may add to the interest of its com.
Officers who have applied for transfer to the I WANTED mentary and does not detract from
regular Navy and have not been notified of selec- as possible before handing it on, then immortality -i Three riders to po to Lot Angelen. References its authority. Either Captain Mor-
tion board action are not exempt from the Alnav. is something we cannot help but I exchanged. Plan to leave on ison or one of three officers on his
CO's- shall request separation orders for these and believe in.Eternal. I April 10th 26269.or 12th. Late model, car.Phone staff covered personally every

indicate that applications are pending. I )life is a quality of life, a splendid : I major operation after 1942.

-*- torch. It is not just any kind of life but a \ ONE BASKET is a collection of
,
31 of
EX- G. I.s ARE BEST RECRUITERS EasterContinued Edna Ferber's short stories. j
life that and
contains goodness truth and Written
over a of
(SEA) Of 383 recent applicants for enlistment period more
beauty. A )life that contains these cannotbe than 30
( from Page 1) years, some in the collection ..
in the Navy at the Philadelphia ended when death comes. A person may nounced that Confessions will be you will recognize as old .

Navy Recruiting Station, more than one-third betray these high values of goodness and held on Friday from 1500 to 1900, favorites, others are appearing in .

(148)( ) first became interested in the Navy truth and love. In doing so, he may prolong on Saturday at 1100 and.at 1000, are book all form for the first time. They -
through the advice or comment of ex-service- and before all Masses on Sunday.The entertaining pictures! of '
his early life, but he has lost his life the Protestant Chapel has been America' and American life. l
men. Fifty-eight men had become interested life that is really life. And another person holding midday services each day TTi .11

through the advice of men still in the may give up his )life in loyalty to truth and through the week from 1200 to 'j '

service, and 58 others were first interested love and goodness. Even though his days on 1230 The service today will be in BREEZES

through friends. earth are cut short, he has found real life. charge will of Chaplain include H. F. Mengesand ,
the
f'OREWNERS- It is the Easter faith, then, not that mere of the Lord's Supper. observance ChaplainJohn nel Sailor: "Did you know that tun- &'\ ..

AID NAVY life goes on and on, but that the Christlike F. Hagen of the Naval Sta- miles we long just and came cost through 112,000,000 is two 'fII J

(SEA-Two hundred volunteer German quality of life cannot be destroyed, even by tion at Green Cove Springs will Slick Chick (fixing her hair):

and Austrian scientists have been imported that which we call death. The resurrection conduct the service and preachthe "Well, it was worth it." r

to lend their skills to the Navy, and more of Jesus does not prove mere immortality.It Most sermon' Reverend on Good William Friday.T Me-

are to come. The Navy, War and State De- proves that a Christlike life cannot be Carty of the Military Ordinariate been King misbehaving.Arthur: "I" hear you have

partments have announced that their re- ended by death. That is the meaning of will confirm the sacrament of confirmation Knight of the Round Table: "In t

search in electronics, supersonics, guided missiles Jesus' familiar words: "J am the resurrectionand the evening in St.of Edward's 17 Chapel on what manor, ire?" :

and jet propulsion are being incorporated the life: he that believeth on me, thoughhe who have never received April.the Catholics sacrament Oh little ;

into the ,program of the postwar armed die, yet shall ho'Jive; and whosoever liv- of confirmation arc urged! You dropped bird white up wash th! eye. r

forces and will be given, within security Jim, eth:and l believeth on we shall, never diet"; to leave. their JUUKIC- and mailing But please don't worry I" won't y
adtleHU at the office oi'tr
fits to U -S William' fl Catholic ,
industry Chaplain Stevenson. Chaplain I'm wt
glAd tIt.tWI ,don't tly.t .
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r"">: \,i( Inspecting CTP'RCNOTCE' .PROGRAM. RECOGNIZED. ;APPREftiEGEJRANNG' [ [ PRO RAM t

- TheInspectors I

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*' My HELEN BUnN} TIE and I Four-Year Course Offers High School
"BILL lURK
;
It has come to our attention that y ryC Diploma And Apprentice Certificate
Chief M. O. Hughes and Chesty <
Cheshire) of Radio-Radar itwo k k i 1'\' AS Jacksonville's new Apprentice Training Prpgrant

gad-abouts of the big four) head will get underway about the second week in April, it was'
r" south to the "RAINBOW GRILL' v? announced this week by the Industrial Relations Department. '
about night. What gives
"'-,* just fellows? every Delicious food Nice Unique in that it offers not only a regular standard,

,,sn, dishes? That Isn't enough! Shouldwe Navy Certificate of Apprenticeship which signifies comple
take a check and see for ourselves tion of four years of training in a particular mechanical trade,

., ? but a high school diploma from -
I
, ,; ,, Chief Abrams, the Wolf of the the Jacksonville School of Tech
,," "'. department, is out of the hospital nology as well, the program also INSIDE
)" and can he howl since he
again, provides selected trainees a minimum -
.1k' had his tonsils removed! weekly wage of 3040. PUBLIC WORKS
, W. R. Stanko, S2c, was granted Unlike the usual "on-the-job"
I emergency leave this past week training program, the Naval Air Ky MARY RODGERS
because of the death of his grandmother Station plan includes formal classroom I
in Pueblo, Colorado, The study of such academic subjects Betcha didn't know that N. C

entire personnel extend deepest .. as English, mathematics, civics Farmer sympathy in your hours of sadness Boardof science, and history. One weekin
UNDER AN AGREEMENT signed last week with the he's a baritone in the JacksonvilleMale
Bill Public Instruction, enrollees in the Apprentice Training Program every four is devoted exclusively I
. Sorry to hear of your wife and I here at NAS will receive high school diplomas from the Jack to formal classroom study of I Chorus, and when they journey
I baby's illness, Kirchaine-we hopedIithey sonville School of Technology upon completion of the prescribed these courses in six daily periods.The I over to Tallahassee to sing:
are completely recovered and course. W. Daniel Boyd, Superintendent of Public Instruction for other three weeks are given for the Legislature on April 8th. ,
... will enjoy the Easter holidays to Duval County, signs the agreement while J. R. Dorman, Apprentice over to actual work in different I he'll be right there.
the fullest. These wishes' come direct Supervisor; H F. Hinton Florida State Supervisor of shops of the Assembly and Repair I
from "Bill." Trade and Industrial' Education; and Captain Anthony R. Brady, and Public Works Departments.The It was nice to have "Stony"Stanford
Three newcomers to the department Commanding Officer look on. Program is the first of its who transferred to
this past week: Reese, E. B., kind in Florida. Non-veteran train I Green Cove Springs several
ACMM; DeVries, R. W., AMMlc; I t ees will receive $6.08 per day for months ago, pay us a visit one day
and LaValle, R. H, AM1\l1c-all i the first year with a 12-ccat an I last week. He was here on official
assigned to Engine Overhaul Inspection L9RE iY41g hour increase each subsequentyear. business, so he said.
[ We hope you will enjoy Veterans may receive addi- Design is losing two of its old
1 working with us L- = .ft- tional subsistence payments under est employees, Bob Nicholsen and
Jimmy Ross is certainly "twit- -- AROUND & &A the G.I, Bill of Rights since the Russell Duguid, next week. Bob's
I lerpated" these days-he doesn't .---. .. program is approved by the Veterans going back to his home state,
I know just what it means, but it I Engineering Division( by Ire l \ \ Administration North Carolina, while Duguid hasacct'pted
certainly seems to be agreeing I K. Civne-Comdr. Fischer gave a Enrollees with previous mechan- a position with the Coun-
,
with him, or Ittul you noticed howhe lecture last Monday at the Educational We ale all surly to lose McCrayand ical training and some high school I ty Assessor. We wish you both all
is gaining weight? Building. The subject" was Allen from our shop. They are eJucation complete the coursein ]I the luck in the world on your new-
What inspector was caught fishing "Rockets and Turbo-jets. His was both in the Veterans' training pro less than may the prescribed four I jobs.
for minnows in the salt mine the first in a series of lectures to gram and have worked closely Twelve Public Works
sewer? You guessed it, Drosk '- I be given to the professional and with us all. years. I received checks employees
'. and who caught him? His principal pub-professional branches of A & We are glad to have G D. Har- The initial class of 75 is being last week for beneficial totaling $572.51
inspector, N. M. Cole. Cole reports R. Here's looking forward to the ris back with us again. He was determined by an open-competitve which have been suggestions -
, that Brosky had a fish 18 next one. Aircraft Welding.We on loan to the Propeller shop. examination which was held herein I' and accepted
into
in this de.
put operation
.inches long that is a fish story, hope that Eugene Humpalwill Arthur Ziegler, leadingman of January of this year. Future II partment. Foster
Henry headedthe
I will be scheduled
be back with us soon. It was examinations so
isn't it? How about trying your Hydraulics Overhaul, was compelled list
with
luck in the St. Johns Bro.:\ky? And reported that his condition is crit to take several days off. I I"Zlg" that others may qualify for this ',1! which has been$203.50 in use in for the his power idea
.
ilid you have your license I ical. Here's hoping you"have a we all hope your mother- training.The plant for about six months.
speedy recovery, "Hump. in-law is much Improved. program will be administered .
After taking a Civil Service Ma Borrego was away on sick by W R. Gough, Chief Train I' We extend wishes for a speedy
.- 1i4IISUPPl-- exam a couple of weeks ago, La- leave for three weeks. She's O K. I ing Supervisor, and J. R. Dorman, I, recovery to Joe Geissmann (Main
'- ,:: V fahse Chambers was speechless know and with that new set she Apprentice Supervisor. R. N. tenance) who recently had an operation
and had to leave work for two can eat again, just like you and I. Brown, Assistant Director of the in a St. Augustine hos
= days. I didn't know ;you were so R. F. Langston's many friends Jacksonville School of Technology I pital.
SALUESBy wrapped up in your work, Lafalise.We were very glad to have him back will act as co-ordinator for the Ronald Butcher has been trans
.. I hope you're back to normal with us after about a two-year State Department of Education. ferred from Maintenance to Cecil
. 41/ soon. absence. R. F. Weatherby, after Field. And F. H. McKinley is back
If anyone saw something come eight years in the Navy, has been gossip down In the shops! Some of 'I with us after several weeks tem
walking in last Thursday morning assigned'! to us. We are sure you'llfit you must be doing something of porary duty over there. Glad to
after a couple of weeks of hard into our group, Weatherby.We interest these beautiful spring have you back, Mac.
CLARA L. SI'KEK work at home, it was "Mad want to thank all the people days.We Chief Whiddon has been trans-
As tomorrow is Good Friday, the House" Tracy. We know you came who help get up the news about wish to extend a late welcome ferred from Transportation to
following poem entitled "EASTER back for your check and a rest, Accessories Division Dorothy to our new assistant division ATU. We hope like .
you new
your
TIDE" by Harold Diggett i Stock you can't fool us. How is that Williamson of the Electric Shop, officer, Lt. (Jg) A. E. McArthur. assignment over there, Chief.
Control) is appropriate: new daughter getting along, W. D. Estes of the Landing Gear Although we are a little tardy in Nora
Easter is a special day Trace? shop, and W. O. (Pop) Weeks of our greeting, we are truly gladto Breden's efficiency keeps
Whose all thru life have with and wish dropping ]lower and lower as April
symbol Guess "spiing is sprung. Whenever Hydraulics Overhaul. you us, youa
.' Commemorates the risen Lord you see a foursome like pleasant tour of duty in Interim 11th approaches. (For those of you
Planning Division-by Mattie B. who haven't heard, that's the day
A To end turmoil and strife. Charles Littlejohn, Jack Silver, Overhaul.
Rush Choate, and Fred dyne out Wood-There are many ways to If you would like to know what wedding bells will toll for Nora
It represents a love so deep shaking the moth balls out of their wonders spend Saturdays, but if anyone : Lt. Gabriel's spring plans are, just Material Section will probably bin
what
Charlie Fields does
That material love seems small, bones for a game of golf, you know take a peep under the glass on his a bad way if they depend too
I, For He does not love a chosen; I something sensational has happened. on Saturday, just take a look desk. much on her until after the big
around Hyde Park Golf Course. event. After all, a girl doesn't
few- Since being blessed with a new get
e.' He loves us one and all Accessories Division by Bob Charlie.We hear At that least you're your pretty golf record good, niece, I have been getting all kindsof know.married every day in the year, you
Cook We are happy to report advice from the fathers around
exceeds
r:. Kenneth: McDuffie ports that that Gladys Lane of the Gyro Shopis Kitty your Allen bowling.and Alex the division office. If you would Dagwood Bumstead has nothing
n.> the Fiscal Group has gone "Over recovering nicely from her operation still McHughare like to know how to fold diapers, on Charles Sears (Electrical
.: t.x; the Top" 100 per cent in the cur. and is recuperating at to spend trying all the to figure out a way just ask Chief Chamberlain. He Dept.). He runs out to meet his
rent Red Cross drive. Yard Delivery home. money they reoceived really knows how it's done. He has ride in the mornings with a cup
follows close behind and Blitch lea is last pay day. Apparently a of with his of coffee in one hand
r I may B. C. reach the goal.RESIGNATIONS. back from one of those morale and lately :young son, Mike. I' on his coat with the other, and
: Correspondence efficiency builders, a three-week The Statistical clerks have final We all extend our sympathy to grabbing for his lunch at the same
: Section regrets very much holiday. What? No wedding bells lyreceived their desk lights. There D. N. Skidmore in the recent loss I time. Upon his arrival at work
'.:r" that the supervisor, Millie Shaffer, yet, B. C. ? certainly is a remarkable differ- of his wife.Leadingman. I. the other morning, "Chuck" discovered
is resigning She plans to pursue There's a pretty intelligent ence. Cooper is out of the that in the mad rush he
the line of work she followed priorto crowd in the Gyro and Instrument Just what the Easter holidays Navy, but you just can't get the had picked up a bag of eggs Instead
her entry into Government service thops and yet it's strange how few will bring remains to be seen. Navy out of him! He still seems to of his lunch. So-o-o the elec.
Millie will be missed a lot by of them can count more than the However, a number of employees like swabbing decks pretty well, tricians had an Easter Egg hunt!
all who know her James Hog- fingers on one hand. will probably be making week-end and we hear he does a good job, Virginia Walpole (Design) is
.. tart (R & 0)) has resigned to We hope Chief Herbie will soon trips.If too! back at work after being out three
take a position in the commercial be over his operation and back employees of the Planning We understand that Chief Car weeks with 'flu. Glad to have you
world Timekeeping Unit regrets with us in the Electric Shop. We Division wonder why the majorityof penter spends his spare time in the ,back, Virginia.
the loss of Katie Taylor, certainly miss his smile. the news is from the Statistical indoor swimming pool. Are you If anybody knows a reliable
who recently resigned to join her Everyone remembers Charlie Section, it's because your reporteris fond of the sport, chief, or just remedy for toothache, please call
husband/ in Norfolk. lie has just Moore, our sailor Inspector.Vell, not receiving any cooperationfrom trying to keep that physique in Charlie Pate (Maintenance) lm
returned from cruise. he's in "civics" and about to ?
a now the other trim
outfits in the di. mediately. He's had a bad tooth
Personnel Section is sony that venture out on the sea of matri vision. How about some news from We are sorry to hear about the ache about a week now.
Luia Owens is in SU Vincent's mony. A long, happy married life" you other folks? illness of our division planner, Wonder if
Hospital as the result of an operation to you, Charlie. Jack Shapiio. We miss you and Barbara Faulkner
Good luck to Lura, as well Boy, we sure have a great bunchof Interim Overhaul by Frances hope you will be back with us soon, (Housing) enjoyed her fishing trip
", as to Claire Thomas (Coriespond- fishermen in the Landing Gear Poe--Well, here we are back in the Jack. Sunday. Did you catch anything,
: :' 0 ence), who is having an eye op- Shop. McCray, Jones, McMullen, news after a couple of weeks of Assembly Division! by Mom- Barbara?
;
\ "'. erntion. and Lynch went down to Lake silence. We must all have spring We understand by the grapevinethat --
"; a.', Amy Shaver (Receipt Control) Marion and they all caught the fever in Interim, or just no news. Mickey Reese just couldn't ,
,:"s\ ,v Is taking a trip to California for limit. Lynch took his share to J How about letting me in on the stand the strain of becoming a pa I BE AN ACCIDENTEEtS
) \> a three-week vacation. She traveled P. Phillips' home and all enjoyed pa. So, he took a week's leave DON'T
to Memphis, Tennessee, by a midnight fish fry. But where did Aoacr.KyD and went fishing. E. H. Dennard
". streamliner where she joined a the other fish go? accompanied him so that Mickey / RE V.
party of friends. From there they would have someone to talk to -
plan to motor to California, Ore- The following problem, sent in \ about his new daughter. ( YOU ABE, SMITH A
ton, and Washington. from a scribe in the Fiscal Group, Lt. Gant, Division Officer, would I'VE BEEN LOCKING J
Ella Eppler (Administrative: ) may be helpful to all Supplyites like to know why the Interim- ALL OVER Xif
enjoyed a week of leave recently boning for the Civil Service examinations Overhaul Division is so interested
She ruefully admits, however, that being held. "A man can C. in knowing whether the Assem- !oa you[!
.. ruin four days out of five did not make the trip from Atlanta to bly Division is meeting its sched-
...,. add to her joy Suzanne Elliott Jacksonville in 8 hours by car. lie w ule? He would also like to knowif
spent last week at Key West: can walk 1/37 as fast as he can it's the policy for a new division
where she! attended her sister's' ride, If he wears a size 7 shoe on officer to "take on" the old division -
wedding. a size 7 tAl foot, how long will it officer's obligations: pushing
4: -AT RANDOM: We hear that take him to walk a bunion 2 inches I a hc Mickey Reese around the deck on
Correspondence Section is very high on his left foot?" o a roll-away because a certain
happy in their new location The following new employeesare rc someone: made a bet that the
. ''tt. \Vally York (Correspondence) is being welcomed into Supply: schedule wouldn't be met. It appears -
\islng the GI Bill to good advan- William W Tanzyus and Clifton that they did meet the
tage. He is taking a course at L. Grimm, Storage; James T schedule.We r VV.
:Massey Business College Bernice Campbell and Francis C. Bruce, welcome T; J, }
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Miller (Issue) jQ rejoicingover Traffic j Willie 8, Fleming) Disposal ... Irons and fl Jv Bennett iri&ur
: her con's new baby boy. Hehf > ) Ernest: H Reader-Inventory; I. "A fttowftway from Corny I.ln <3, ''J division.We hope you. Men will like I
a. been narrieO Robert. Lawrence. and Fred A. Lowe, Stock Control. ,In lr. bat we gal rU of Urn' fartU". your hew\ work. NATIONAL I'A117Y e0U



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: Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTlOr:3: April 1947
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Chaplain Andrews :\ ,.... .. .:
I JAX AIH NEWS '
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NAVAL AIR TZCHmCAl: TRAINING CENTERCaptain Heads For Sea ;f)QnCec it'r .

Hjw"rt V. n.gkina. USNl' AP-112 .. ..
MnmnnCcmniaitJ "01 On ft :1 _.

r RrfKit I'. Deem. USNEv.'utire "May I help you*" If you l "
ever visited: the Chaplain's office, c fer I .

Lt. Carnal*infer J. W. William. USN that in the first phrase: you'll hear. '
I'uUlic Information, Officer. Anytime 0300 in the morning
AJvino to J.u tit New.ditortal 2000 in the evening \ k.

) t OfH *.* f..r NATTC Srntim. K,,,>m* 111 *n AJmiiUtr t.lon BuiMnitf. (6<)O-A. 11. HxU: 204.) offer his helip with a sincere!

KJitor: : EASTEK PARADE; will be the theme oC t e gaLd
Arthur T. KoJIttac'Otlil..oli. Sla i affair to take place on Easter Monday( at the NATTCenter

NewawriterRral.'rt I Auditorium The Auditorium will be appropriately decorated .
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J. W hlin SIa "
for the occasion. Refreshments will be served to parched'I
All Photo rapha. ar" if I. .,il U. S. Njy Phot<".,rai.>h* R\".'. by NAS s1 throats the intermissions.
.. .., during dancing Music will be .
Photo>> Lab and Av. :'un j -> h ot Photo Lab unless <>>th iwi** rnv6twl. #
furnished by NATTCenter's own orchestra ably led by.

Tommy Itaye.Members.

of the dunce committee working earnestly to

make the Dance a Success are: Mary (Hoagey) Carmichael,

J Kostelnik and Ellen Jurd.

NATTCenter is known to have wonderful dances but it

will be your attendance and participation that will make it

a success, so remember, you have a date on April
wHAr ro DO' WHERE TO cot 7th at :20:10: at the NATTCenter Auditorium. We'll be

ing for you. look.



MOVIE NATTC SCHEDULE !M..THE WORD


TflUltSU.\Y-UNDEHCOVER MAISIE with Ann Sothern and I .
Barry Nelson Shows at 1815 and 2015rKIUAY ; !
AND SAIUKDAY-. THE SAILOR starring FROM I AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL
Douglas Fairbanks: Jr. and Maureen O'Hara. Shows at 1315 and 20nFrvliy ,: -
Shows at BOO 1815 and 2013 Saturday. "
smile on nis understanding face "Have you been evaluated recently says one instructor
SUNUAY-PURSUED, Teresa Wright and Robert Mitchum Showsat
1400. 1315 and 2015 :No matter how small or insignificant to the other. "And how Every time I turn around the
STATION DANCE:- FOR ALL your tremble may have seemed chief is in classroom
MONDAY EASTER PARADE. or supervisor my lending an ardentear
he was always ready and
HANDS NATTCenter- Audttoiiuni 2030 'til 2400. WILLING to be of some service. to the lecture. At the time 1 think I'm giving a perfectly

1'UtoU.VTHE RAZOR'S EDGE starring: Tyrone Power andGene His encouragement his confidence, good lecture, but those gruesome evaluation sheets always:
Tiemey. Shows at 1815: and ..2015VKDNEslAY : I .
his: hearty chuckle would always me They're no good : -- -- -- -- ---
wrong.
\ ;I :-- KID with Jon Hall and Rita Johnson prove
relieve any tension, any worry just a waste of time etc : wholehearted l cooperation of everyone .
Snows 1815 and 2015: I
at andand that might THURSDAYMILLIE'S DAUGHTER with George
Gladys: !
one's selt-assurance. And so goes the conver- like griping about the program
Gay Nelson contidence He was fatherbrotherand sation between a couple of antagonized -j you'te involved with. take an
Yellow Water1IIUK.MIAY friend to all. : Instructors. | over-all viewpoint and try restraining

And so another familiar face Going back to the origin of the your grievances until
must: leave NATTCenter. ChaplainE. I you can offer some constructive
-NO SHOW. evaluation sheets we will and they
KKIDAY AND S.TlIRU.YMASH UP with Susan Hayward W. Andrews Lt. Comdr. USNR., were formulated by the "Whit criticism. -
and Lee Bowman. after serving this aces well over Hats". Chiefs and Officers who Continuing our tour of the rata
: .-\UNDERCOVER MAISIE, with AnnSothem and Bar I IoUNn. two years will be leaving soon for attended Supervisors School in shops: let',. take a quick look in
N l-on. sea duty aboard the AP 112 USS Central Training Building. These the Photographers Mates Shop
ry
MONDAY AND TUESDAY SINBAD THE SAILOR. Douglas I, General W A. Mann I instigators are veteran instructors and see what they have to offer
Fanbanks Jr. and Maureen O'Hara Chaplain Andrews entered the working in various capacitiesin the Navy Trainee. One is subject
WEDNESDAY: PURSUED with Teresa Wright and Robert Navy in January of 1943: ad a Lieutenant the schools of NATTC The reason ed to basic photography followed
JbtdlulU. 4 tjgi and attended the Chap- for the development of the by advanced stage. and photographic ,
THURSDAY SHOWTHINGS lain's School at Norfolk Virginia, I' evaluation sheets should be an processes Experience
I before his assignment to the 3th easy one. There has been constant gained is as follows: Use of
TO DO-ABOARD Naval- Construction Battalion Sea need of improving instructions:: ground Cameras: aerial cameras
Bees i. j within the schools and realizing and photographic principle including

FLEETS INN-Beer aoM nightly! 1730-2130, He 'served 21 months with the that less than half the present instructors moaiac map making;
38th. 18 of which were served in have attended Instructors ground and aerial motion picture
Bldg. :517. Sandwich and snack available.< : the South Pacific Theater New- Training, it was felt necessary photography; A-N Gun cameras
:J Caledonia, Guadalcanal Sterlingand i to take action toward the betterment and the F-6 torpedo cameras. This
the Philippines. He advancedto I 1 of everyone concerned | is an enticing rate for those who
BOWLING Six In Service avail.
alleys Ship's
full Lieutenant in March of 44 And so the Supervisors were re- want to fly arid receive that extra

able to all personnel Monday through Saturday! while he was overseas February i quested to submit evaluation factors flight pay
of 1945 he reported to the Naval- which best suited an ideal The civilian uses: Commercial
1TOO-2130. League games: have", priority. Air Technical Training Center, ;, instructor. Six months later the work with contractors on bridges
buildings, ship yardi and factories
Jacksonville: Fla He became Lt. evaluation factors were arranged
Comdr in April of16.. I as objectively as possible, allow- : ; portraits and finishing work la
SWIMMING-(All Outdoor Pools Closed) Indoor studios: work with motion picture
During his two year tour of duty ing the user little room to go
here he was at one time Public I astray. In the meantime Supervisors cameras. developing, printing and
Pool Bld .
Recreational
611 I
{ Swimming. Monday all types of aerial work
Information Officer and was usual- were trained for the practical ,
through Friday 1400 to 2O45. Saturday 0900 to 2045 ly in charge of Relief Diives.: 'I application of their piotege. Following !- .
Before entering the service a classroom observation the
Sunday 130"\ to 2045. Chaplain Andrews served the Com- Phase Supervisor holds a conference I Navy Wives ClubThe

munity of Sellenwlle Penna.\ for with the instructor, irons out
NAl'iO L1HKAK Located in Auditoriiuu. 121 I" years. the difficulties and makes sugges- Navy Wives of Jacksonvillewish :
tions for improvements. to announce that the installation -
Open Monday, Tuesday, 'huraday and Friday 1300 to 1; By using the Evaluation Sheets I j' service of the newly elected
SPECIAL PAY board of governors will be postponed -
!1t( ). Wednesday 1230 to 210- Saturday and Sunday in determining, the the accumulated instructors infor-performance until Thursday May 8, 1947.

2100.It The fleets which make up the
1230 to ALL men t being transferredand mation is: given to Central Training -
board of governors are: Mrs. Ester
wishing to draw specialpay i Facilities, which uses the information -
Wise, President; Mrs Maybelle
A1IILK1IG GlwAK Available at Gear Locker I must submit their requestto I by applying special emphasis Coussens Vice President: Mrs,
instructions within In-
on
the Disbursing Office two Bonnie Swan Secretary; Mrs. Al.berta
Physical: Training Department, BId -. 518.TKNNIS working days before the date I. Su'i Hoy. Treasurer; Mrs. Peggy
Offley. Parliamentarian Mrs. Lou
-Racquets and balU available at Physical of transfer.In I the instructors who are weak on'' lest Torbeit, Chaplain.The ;

Training BIJ,. :51S. all cases a special money certain factors will eventually be Club sponsored nursery .i '
the In-Service-
helped by tentative
progressing so rapidly that it
request must be :submitted in I
Training Program.
i iI fast self ui
becoming ,
supporting
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE: order be other than
i to paid I The anticipated curve gradin view of this fact the club has turn-
JACKSONVILLE UK\CUES-Bus. leave at frequent intervals ,, on regular pay days. system is thus far undetermined I ed the activities of the 'nursery
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy. Surf bathing I but when it becomes effective it'' over to a committee of 14 members
and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus I will be uniform throughout NAT in order that many other projectscan
fare 2Gc. As a measure to reduce tire hazard : have a more prominent p->si-
TC.This
C.L OtLNG, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on Sao on the farm gasoline shouldbe I provides a fairly good picture I I tion in the club's schedule. Members -
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last atop on stored in an underground tankor I of the Evaluation Program will be interested to learn that
Sn Juan. Row Boats-two hours, SOc; canoes-11.00 per hour; motorboats at least: 75 feet from other I'' now in existence' and its ef clen- I many socials: are being planned for
: -J2.00 per hour five to eight people per boat. buildings. cy depends( entirely upon the the near future.
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Raiders Win Two Lose One yQARIr Coach Knickelbine, "Sweats Out" J



\ To Take Consolation' Trophy Im Successful Basketball Season (:


Al Hennigsen Takes Top Honors: L t.. The life of a Varsity Basketball Coach is not all a bed II

\ tffef Highest Scorer And No. I On Tournament of roses, according to this year's NATTC Head Coach Lt.

Harry Knickelbine Further proof of this is the recent I
_"'\ There will be a Sparky Volleyball ao
The NATTCenter Air Raiders recently returned from Tram which will compete in uuiring of several little "worry'h wrinkles on his hitherto t

Great Lakes, Illinois, where they participated in the All- the Volleyball tournament the 7th eloudJess forehead. f
Navy Basketball Tournament of April TEA is second in line for 1-- -- ---- -
as winners of the Consolation ,I It is agreed that there is moreto
Trophy. The Raiders the Captain's Trophy so a good taking care of a basketball I
were nosed out of the Championship volley ball team can make us or
Bracket with their loss by a one point margin to the 2nd break us. Here's for luck In the 1i WATeR! squad for afull season than meets
the but
eye, there is probably no (
Marine Division of Camp LeJeune, N C., 5756. In winning coming; tournament.. i I I O other man on NATTC that could

I the Consolation Trophy; the Raiders trounced NAS Quonset have handled the squad more: astutely I
':Point R I. 63-40 and Stillman, L. K., Class E-23 is 7L) IJ or led them
: NAS Moffet Field Calif. 5639. through one *>
t.1ft. I. .lit...... '.11._ rl ".. n.... staying with us as an instructorIn 1 I 1> the best seasons in NATTC history
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lagging;;; far: behind, 25-7 in the with the---coach--- --wisely-- using his the Generator* 55 Phase. f1I The team had a season itcord t'I I

",-,Unit: ten minutes of playing time capable reserves! The highlight of I of 21 games won; only 6 (*
in their' game against 2nd Division the Raiders' final game for this Henningsen. Class E-35 was the : Mr. Knickelbine has had a lon

Marines, the locals finally found season was the high scoring of Al high point man in the tournamentin and varied career in sports! 8./ .
the hoop to shorten the margin to HenningsenHenningsen, I Chicago He made 31 points the I Well it looks like Yellow Water has played all of the major sportsat '
29-37 at the finish of the- first with his most points made by a single person is going to have a soft ball one time or anotherHe ,
superbbrand team that won't wait The '
canto The second half found a of ball brought honors to In' a single game during thetournament1 just was born in Milwaukee Wisconsin
have been
boys looking good in the
spirited and rejuvenated cage NATTCenter bv being the highest Florida sunshine There were a lot and attended public schools j
t squad on the hardwood The Raid- scoter for the Tournament. AI totaled of disappointed people yesterday there While in high school he got
era! came back to narrow the count 31 points in the game against VisitingDown on the Line 'cause his first taste of organized athletics
(Sunday) we wanted to seethe
at the beginning of the last four Moffet Field Upon graduation, if asked, most between the Cecil Field !, participating in Football,
minutes: of playing time to 4.5-52/ He brought honors to the Raiders; of our AEM "A" students would Marines game and Yellow Water. Ole Basketball Baseball and Track.
.. With four minutes left the local when he say that the "Line" is the most interesting From high school he t.t
was picked by the Tournament man rain stepped in and securedthe went on J I
Raiders put on a superb exhibition officials as No 1 man of and enjoyable phase of game. It was the first practice -- 3t
y of cage play to almost win the I'I the instruction
All-Navy Tournament team
game but it would have been
S game', but when the final whistle I This was the Raiders last season good Now you ball players that
blew the NATTCenter boys were I play but more will, be heard of the From a practical standpoint, the I I haven't signed up with the team
on the, short end of thrilling 5756 Line Phase of instruction is
a Air Raiders "ap I do
name as the Baseball yet, so right away.
count.u ) of what is
I plication previousljlearned"
squad vies for conference and Navy 'I'
However, after the
Box Bffire1: honors in the coming baseball sea many
NATTCitr Air Kaolrr son. many:\{ weeks of classroom instruction I having-
Nam* HiI ."f fit. which starts in the first week :
4> 1A.ki I ) & 1 1. and diligently! : to bring NATTCen- i Ohm's Law, Relationship of"Vcltage nouncement. Again we send out a
);le.ni.irseu AS a ); I I ter to the front in Basketball cirGlee Current and Resistance. call for all you guys with young
M..N.., 0 a tJlcluk we take this space to say continuing through Alternating: sons for the Junior Boxing Team
: I 1
,1UIHtlwa a I a 1 If, "Well done" and may you work as Current Ignition and Turrets and Turn in their names and ages to.
:
I hard and as diligently when pursuing Generators, the "Line" indeed must Lt. Gerstl right away. If we get
l.-tnl 111 11 U s jour Navy cart-ers have a strong appeal. enough entries this promises to be
JIM) Matins Di.i.i.nName
H. FT 1'.. To the coach' Lt Cmdr. Harry I a feature attraction.

TunkKittimr 10 77 Knickelbine: to the men, AI Hen- : So rome along with me and let'stake
,
Ji.h..Mtmt .a tI a H F nmg'en, "Doc" Johnson Jim a look in on the "Line" Phaseof This paragraph is dedicated to ; e ..
>; r,.t J fI 4 din ton, Me'Nav, Kuehl C.od'I'I instruction We might as well go I all ex-wrappies aboard Yellow V\a- x
MorriMryJotitl I tI I Wallace, else for that
Spurc-k Wilcox, in the back way, everyone else ter, or anywhere
-- 1 ,
Mancos, Cudd Stillman I matter. Uniform clearly -
Clark-we fegulations
,
24 9 6 I does, yes!, the enormous concrete
No longer eligible in the Championship fay good luck. structure with its lofty overhead state that hash marks Iser( 'ice I "

; Bracket the locals were I is impressive Well here is the Invaluable stripes) will be worn for each fourveais I '
,
determined to cop the Consolation shop' tools and equipment NAVAL SERVICE or service :
Trophy In their first game: for' Bobby Gault Competes are issued to each student as in the Naval Reserve Let this be I s .
the trophy Friday, March 28 : needed for his particular assigned the hint that causes you to remove '
Knickelbine's cagemen overwhelmed In National AAU Track project The long benches are worktables them immediately if not :

a weak Quonset Point team and I', Meet In for the students who have sooner That Army time is good (orIon ,. '
tim ly swamped them by over 20 I Windy City I overhauling to do -ti\1 t\'' and retirement but not
points The final tally was 63.40 : for the ole Bean Bag college at Wisconsin University

a.8 the first consolation game came You ask about the many visual I' -...--- I and there played three standout

to a close.Saturday, aids the colorful electrical I years of Varsity Football at guard,
afternoon saw the Air I drawings and safety posters were Leadman Peeler against some of the best oppositionin

Raiders stop a strong Moffet Field I made in our own visual aids department I the country' a distinction the

team in their bid for the Consolation These drawings and pos I Leaves After 7 Big Ten has

Trophy It was a routine game ters are constant reminders to the As soon as he was handed his
;* j r ; student to be both a safe and a Years ServiceAfter diploma from the Umveisity!! he
\ M.L careful workman joined the Navy as an Air Cadet.

nell nearly seven years of service That was in June 1941, and he
oOkj "
Upstairs, O. K. maybe Lt. Har1 to NATTC. Mr W. F Peeler, 'has been with the Navy ever since.
.. I 1 low, phase officer, will ask us to I Leadman in charge of all Janitors He was commissioned an Ensign

NAT C I libraryIn 0. I have a cup of joe. Tis said he ; and Floorworkers) will spend his in March of 1942. He saw a. tour
keep a careful eye on the coffee last day in that capacity tomor- of duty at Pensacola as an instructor

ea h generation everyone' situation though. Too bad Lt Har- row I until late in 1942 when he
iiacls the Lest' sellers' It is amusing : low is out but here is Chief Drew Mr Peeler has held his present was sent to NAS Minneapolis,

and interesting if not Aiwa--. and his puppy. The puppy seems to job since being on Civil Service' where he staved until 1944 The
instructive, to read those best wi- want to make friends but ue can' 't '' since 1 February 1943, He has reI vears 1944 and.part of 1945 found
Icia of earlier days. And U is take him en the tour. Goodbye I signed to go into a private enterprise him overseas in an F6F Squadron
Hometiint-B amazing to discover Chief Drew, we will be seeing you of his own His new business attached at different times to the

how "modern" your grandparents on the Line will be a rug and carpet cleaning (carriers Essex. Wasp and San Ja-
Wt'ft' In 18J8 everyone! was reading business by a new modern process, cinto He was in several different
HUGH WYNN b.v S. Weir'' Going across the street and out I| and says he will guarantee 24 hour battles which included Second

Mitchell This is a story of a young on the apron you gaze upon the service Of jet, his opening date Philippine Sea,, Iwo Jima, Okinawa -
Quaker who, during the Revolutionary ayr man fighters small' bombers and I' is unnanounced, but it will be ir.I and the raids on Tokyo. After -

War, escaped the domina- the famous F7F. I, the rear future I, his overseas duty, he was
tion of a puritanical father to be- The F7F was assembled in the i From 1&40, when Mr. Peeler first I brought back to the States and

com a Free or Fighting Quakerand hangar by AEMs and is now usedon started in the employ of NATTC. discharged Mr Knickelbine incmediatelv -

an officer on the staff of the Line for instructional pure until 1943, he was a Navy time | ; signed over in the regular
Washington The book describesthe poses' checker' checking contractors Navy, and was sent here to Jack:
atmosphere' of Revolutionary Goodman one of our marine students timekeepers. Then in 1943 he join- sonville.

Philadelphia, Wynn's adventuresin e a and his fellow worker, have ed the Civil Service and has beenin ,I Besides! his fine job as B&sktt-

battle as a spy, a prisoner of the just finished paralleling the generators that status !since.HANDYTALKIE! I ball: Coach he was an active Play
British' and a member of Lafav- Lt't's see if they did a good ter.. er-Line Coach for the Jax Navy

ettc's staff In between times -. -'-- --_._- Job. Adroit Instructor Hubbard is RESCUE team this past' season.SEATRecruiting" .
wynn overcomes an rivals anuwins going to turn her up Hold on,
you
Bobby Gault, Y3 star for
the! love of his life, Darthea colored all-around i could blow away in that wind! 4,0 (SEA) Except lightshipsand II I ( ) station hats
'f'ni ton. athlete, recently competed Goodman tenders, each Coast Guard
in the National AAU Invitational I 1 vessel of 125 feet or greater length contained the names of 1,570 men
,
To be up-to-date 25 years ago I, Track Meet held in Soldiers Throbbing and sweeping ever will carry three handy-talkie radio ready for Navy enlistment These'

one had to read Edna Ferber'sSO Field in Chicago. 1 i such upward is the maintenance navy fighter and sets by the spring of 1M7. Busing )-I I men were accepted' by the Recruit-
BIG This concerns Selina r Gault was ground as you these short radiotelephones ing Officers, but have not been tn-
running against sufh range
I'fake who went to Dutch fee on our "Linekf'E'p8 them E'Vf'r'
a settlement lipted due to insufficient
an enlistment
Track notables as Lloyd La Beachof vessels will be able to givequick -
climbing! So .
;
long to the Line '
near Chicago to teach. Thut"flht I Wisconsin, Billy Mathisen of 11hnois. instructions to ships in distress quota at the end of August
met and married Dirk Phase And it's so long until next I 1 Atlanta
DeJongand f. Ga, led the list with 364
i, Barney Ewell of Penn State week. after passing a handy-talkie ,
settled down to the drudgery and Jim Holland men on its waiting t.
of Northwestern. unit to them.
I j
of farm life When Dirk died, soon 'Mathi'lf'n. the eventual winner of 'I -a.c

after their son was born, Selina the 50 yard dash in which Gault NCCS Celebrates I "What's that "
carried cm his work and becamea competed set a new World Indoor She'n't' drink, she doesn'tsmoke about?" seaman 80 swelledup
,
successful truck farmer No mark of 5,2 seconds I
,
breaking the "He
work was too hard and no sacrifice' 1: old mark of 5>,3, set some yearsfego. I Sixth Anniversary She doesn't spend her dimes for fnlistmnt just had and a physical found for re-
they himOK"
taxi much to make for hex young I coke;
son and. nothing could daunt her With Easter DanceThe
She
love of life and I In the semi finals of the 50 Yard doesn't neck, she doesn'tpet Well, what of it?"
beauty Dash, three heats "It's ,
were run to determine the only examination ht
Fifteen had NCCS Club of Jacksonville, She doesn't even walk
years ago one to the fix fastest men who as yet. ever passed"
lead GONE WITH THE WIND or would nun in the Finals, In the I Itlf'1lt Florida, better known as the former --
be considered on a social witha Catholic USO, is sponsoring a
par heat Gault placed second, but
Hottentot. Scarlett O'Hara was his time was not fast' enough to Formal Dance on Easter Saturdayat I I
2030 to celebrate' the sixth Anniversary Leaoue Standinas,
the Amber of her day and in some put him into the finals. -
(>f the club at the NCCS -- -
ways beat Amber hands down v
Slue is beautiful, high-spirited and There was a young lady named Club Headquarters corner of LEAGUE STANDINGS Conference. scores: '
wilful, marries frequently with de- Vance Church and Newnan Streets, Jax. Final NAS Jax 51; NAS Banana Rh't
Standings of NATAC Basketball
'
I Special Features, Refreshments
if not discrimination' Who decided: to take a chance. Conference fi 40
'. .termlnatiOn end loses the only man She started to pet and Prizes will make the eveningan NAS Whiting 72; NAS Glen.VJtw .
evnt Music will
be furnishedby
ever really loved With a flying cadet, Team Won Lost PetV'PFS 29.NATB, .
..k !M.' .//1>,. ----"- our own NATTCenter Orches : Fensacola 62; NAS Glen-
...."1P: oa, tra.On Ottumwa 12 0 1.000 view 26.NAB .

; 'v' .... Sunday evening, a newsreel NATTC Jax 12 1 923 Jax 61; NATB Pensacola
i. II OXERSWAN'fEl1 ; of the last world series will te NAS Jax 11 2 854 55

.. shown and as a special treat there N ATC Cor Christi 8 4 667\ -

k,. :AU'Enlisted Personnel 1 wishing to become members of will be ptenent members of the) NAS Ban. River 7 5 :583 OFFICERS BOWLING
.tbe"l'NA.Tr Major League Baseball Clubs tohighlight NAS Whiting 8 5 615 Team Won Lost Pet
( Team
8283."" ReEling please contact\ Al Sinibaldi, cxt. I the evening NATB I't'nl&a'Ola 7 7 500 Dental.I H.4 .778

The NCCS Club is familiar to NATTC Wd Island' 5 7 437 Training 13 5 .722
The NATTC Boxing Team will compete in the 7th Naval most personnel because of the fine NATTC Memphis 5 8 385 Administration 8 10 ,444

District) Championship outs, the winners of which will journey weekly entertainment offered to NAB Glenview 2 10 167 TEA 8 30 .444
servicemen without charge or ob- j NAB Dallas 0 13 .000 Civilian '
to San Diego.for the All-Navy Finals. I 1'1 389
Iigution. NAS 8t Simons 0 13 000 I Civilian 2 4 14 ..222I



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Officers' Meet e)



Comdr. Ray PflumIs

Favored To Cop

Golf Tournament


By Bill Kehl, S2c

Qualifying rounds for Tie! '

annual Officers' Golf Touney rte'i

scheduled for Saturday morning .

will get underway at $900

when the first threesome: Lt.4
BeauUreau. Ed Guyton Nig Allen, and
'
The NAS Fuel baseball nine Comdr. John larrobino *Lt.
:a ,-" '", Jim Zlenta. (Top right i The outer ,
which lost its 1947 inaugural gameat ," Comdr. William Foley and Lt.
y=",: ',;". garden will be patrolled in the current ,
Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. :
D. Herider-tee off in the
nevertheless showed flashes of bril- season by such brilliant horsehideread first round of the

liance which give hope that Jax will ::1: ,left to right "Buzzer" Hayes, flight. championship

nation's j Dick Dieudonne, Hal Tilton. Bert
the serv-
once more capture
Beebe, and Wally All In this flight handicaps run
Hayges are I
ice diamond spotlight. In fact some Horn one to 15. In the first flight
consistent hitters I .
well brilliant
of the players from last year's nine as as I they will run from 16 to 26 and

voiced opinions that this year's outfit fielders. Hayes and Hayges have arms I in the second flight, from 27 (

might equal last years enviable ret. which would make some big leaguers I And in the championship flight

envious. (Bottom) The pitchers, hand- there will be 17 contestants with
ord. The infield is very fast, and with
led by Ken Werner, an experiencedand 16 winning places. The first flight e
the exception of Ed Guyton, has had will have 26 participants and only
smart catcher, will be of little
enough experience to make the right 16 winning spots. The second flight

plays at the right time. The sparkling worry to Coach T. S. Ary this year will carry 25 contestants with only
They are left to right, Tony Gez- 16 winning berths available .
quartet is pictured in the top ,
zelli ( Werner. the catcher), Jack The leading contender for tae t
left photo at one of the early practices -
Seidwitz, Jim Daley, Hank Laiotta diadem will be Comdr. Ray Pflum, "
They are. left to right. BlOb who
and Ken Berriman is tabbed as the "man to>>
!> beat" in this tourney Comdr.
lt,
Pflum made a fine showing in the y

--- ----- n __ __ _____ ____""-- I Timuquana golf meet recently, losing E

to the eventual winner, Bob ,
NAS: : Skeet Squad I Officers' Bowling League In WAVES Practice Stark, on the 19th hole.

"This tourney stated Jack
Bows To Cecil For Forthcoming Harvey, the station pro "18 a handicap *',

I i Four-Way Tie For First PlaceI tourney, and the handicapswill :

Field Friday :| Softball Season play a major" role in determining -
I I the champ.

The NAS Jax skeet team's undefeated j I Four teams tied for first place and four tied iui second: With onlv four returnees from In the first and second flight

record was finally marred I( Ever; hear of such a mess? Well, it's happening in the current the 1 local I around, Coach Skipper Edge has orites, but it promises to be close
the
last Friday when Officer's Bowling League as four outfits Supply and
,
I been hard at work this week trying all the way around. Starting times
quintet bowed to Cecil Field by six I Accounting, Flight No. 12: Executive Department and ATU to pick out and field a strong and results of the day will be posted -

birds. Though this was their first I No, 6, pace set the loop with three wins and two losses each WAVES Softball outfit to represent at the "0;; Club. The golf course

shoot in two months, and thoughthe chalked up against them. NAS Jax in the Girl's Citv will be secured to everyone but
sharpshooters had only three I League this summer. the golfers taking part in the
I And not too far behind them are
days practice before the quad meet, four other kefling squads, 7th ing will send the tenpins! flying I Seven gals are making a bid tourney but the course will b,
grabbed oft a second while for I the outer garden and only one open at 1400. By that time all
thev Naval District Operations, A & R, down the lanes at the Officers'Bowling three
Pensacola and Whiting Field NARTU, and ATU No.4, who of these is a veteran from las' flight will have been runoff

brought up the rear. have two wins to their credit while Alley.A i season\V'innitv.:Tones. Others try
The Jax team seemed to be three losses blemish each of their tournament Is being planned ing for the out Ttld( include Eleanor ('HAMPJOS&tlll' tOUGH

headed tor another victory going records. for the near future with the three I Stahlbusch, Ida Free, Ellen Mes- III) Ll. D Herider. Ll. Comdr. John Tar- r
I I tobino, and Lt. (omdr. William F.ly-
into the last round, but neitherLt. Results in the loop last week for top teams of NAS competing with I ser, Midge Bryant, Phyl Koloski, esii! ((2) Lt. Babcock: Comdr. Robert
Comdr. Bozard, Lt. Wood, Lt. and Eleanor Foley Wright and II. Alonjo Wood-0991; <1laptain > .
found ATU No. 4 and outfits from NATTC
four games I the three top Gcorf W. Dickinton, (omdr. An-
Sullivan, Chief Gallitano, nor Chief ATU No.6, copping wins! over Plans are still in the making for Mentor Edge has only four girl* ton J. Sinti and Lt. Cemdr Martin 1..
Franzblau could smash the speed- NARTU and 7th ND Operations' working out for the infield berths. D.n.-'U7 ((4)) Comdr. Vincent A.
ing discs with their usual con this event and the NAS officers' Back from last year, trying once dwceney. It. Comdr. Con, and Lt. Robert 1,
respectively. A & R dropped Flight I. Temmt-OMI, (3)) ('a pi am William -
sistency. Franzblau led the teams No. 12, and Supply and Accounting loop will have plenty of action on again to hold down the third base E. (Gcntncr (omdr. Ray Pfliim, and

once more with 95: out of a possi- beat the Executive Department, I its lanes as each team will try to sack, is Jennine Peacock, who Comdr.. Khodman Y. MrElro-UU! ;
ble 100 birds. although it had to go all out In'' be one of the three qualifying outfits ; promises to be one of the leading omdr.B. f'otlinrham-GU.Howard E.: Born"., omdr. layhrook

In order to give the skeeters( the third line in order to drop I I hitters this season Behind the FIRST FLIGHT
to participate in this coming plate, Skipper will have two
more competition, plans are being the eventual losers likely (11 Ll. ('omdr. Joieph Chvtknow, Lt.
two weeks meet receivers! in Laddie Vladeff and Comdr. ( E. lord, and
made for a shoot every I the loop for the league- .tori* 'apl.in Rob
stations boasting teams. Pacing I II Betty Kennison. Vladeff has been ert M. Gillett-04.11. with local leading average for the week was I Dunn ('omdr. F. P. Ballmfer. and Lt.IJtr .
The shoots will be held in a man- I Ens. Robert Zeier, a member or NAS Chief suffering from a bruised hand and ( ) Aihrr Sherow-0 J"; ((5)) I.). Thoma
ner similar to a round robin with the Flight No. 12 combine, who Former t has seen only limited action in S. Mckee .... (hatl. K. Johnton, and
practice so far. II. J. J. M.'ti"-09U; (181 Lt. Ocl(
each station in the locality playing recorded a 177 for a week's aver- Marlon H. Gallaftr. It. (omdr. Joe W.
host at one time or anotherin age. Second place went to Cap- Wins InterServiceGolf At the shortstop and second base ;Martin Hilhami. and It. Cordon I.
the five-station shoot. Teams tain E. H. Callahan, one of the slots the WAVES softball skip- Parktr-0' ,U. ill II It. Robert I.. lit-
ingiton. It John Ponthvmui and It.
expected are NAS Jax, Cecil Field, leading bowlers on the 7th ND ChampionshipLanky per has three hard working players Robert W. Kaddatt-093S; (1))ILl. 'omdr.
Whiting Field, Pensacola, and Operations team, with 176. Lt. in Mickey Blankenship at Robert E. raikai. Captain Albert K. Morohouie -
River. Chief Joe MacDonald, second and Elouise Petty and Min- and (omdr. Ralph fchifley-10011
:Banana
ack B. Dunn of the 7th :ND: I
(jg) ((13)) !.t. (Ijr) Albert Gabriel, Ll. Karri,
I l Operations team, and Lt. William who has just recently transferred i I ta Sheeky at short. Rounding out and It) (omdr. I.oyd 11. Itarnard-1007;
H. Livingston, a member of the I from NAS Jax to NAS Banana I the infield at first will be Coach ((14)) ('stain M. ('. london. int.: J-:. I..
I. Voumani. and LI. Louis J. ReilU\ -lOIS
River the Inter-Service Edge herself.. ;
OpeningContinued ATU No. 4 outfit, are tied for I copped I <113) Lt. Douflan. Logan and It list I > Robert -
third place in the scoring column I Golf Championship held at Oliver I So far the mound duties have 1.. >thun der. 1113.SECOSD .

( from rage 1)) with an average of 174. I, General Hospital, Augusta, Georgia been falling on the shoulders of FLIGHT ;'

scored after the catch. Jack Seid Lt. E. B. Smolenski! one last week by nosing out Colonel Ruth LaVere who has been showing (ILt.) Henry G. Clrland. (aplain i
rang up I Jack Wilson by one stroke. marked James Grant, and LL: (omdr, O car W. .
the
witz came in to relieve Berriman game total of 244 points to become carded 72 for his first improvemnt since leidfl-104J; tiT) Lt. Robert (.. Lutkio.
MacDonald a
and he struck out the next man I high-scoring bowler of the week softbafl season opened two weeks Int.: Ru.iell t:. Hunter, and It. ('omdr.Itelwin .
round and a 75 for his second to A. Liane 1100 ('omdr. Daniel
; ((1111> -
; to retire the side and was awarded a pair of bowling run up a score of 147 as com ago.And t.. Smith, Ln:: Bernie A. I.......... and
The game then turned into a shoes Chief A. F. Wright rolleda to the Army Air Force's again the gal responsiblefor Lt. Thomas H. DuiII0.i
pitchers' duel as Seidwitz and total of 268 to walk off with the pared from Maxwell .FIeld, keeping the WAVES' softball The following have not been
blazed the ball across enlisted men s prize, while Dorothy champion gear together will be FlorenceLindy' la ply at any certain times a.l..h..Jllled.
Stephens Alabama who fell short with a will
be moved into the champion l
racked until the King: pinned a score of 191 to I Lindgien who was also
and up gooseggs total of 148. or second flight ai vacancies appear: Captain -
first of the fifth win the enlisted women's award manager of the WAVES basketball Vernon J. Peebles, I.I. t'omdr. Herbert
for the wekTonight By'irtue of this victory Chief outfit. M. Hut. It. '(omJr Jerald I'. Ahlfa.omdr .
The Fliers had not yt connected MacDonald will represent the U. i ..- (' I'. F. Hell It. Willis lleall. Lt.Moore .
for a hit when Ken Werner Flight No. )2111 S. armed forces from all over the i I ) LL Mavnard < (artrr. Lt Dale
W. antilon, omdr Paul 1.; l-tnrirk.: It.
Executive Department
with the
stepped up with one gone in the match pins world in the Masters Tourney to Wellington A. I. ....il. (omdr. William
first of the fifth Werner ruined at 2000. Monday night be held 3.6 April Servicemen from : Flier Cage Squad Johnson. Fn>. Russell r'. Hunter. Fn.
the Florida hurler's hope for a no- will find NARTU and the Executive storm:' and I nmrii Theodore II. Winter"
all over the world treked to Aug- .. .
hitter by beating out a slow rollerto Department meeting each usta to take part in the Inter- i To Be Honored At "
short. He advanced to second other and the following eveneing
Service encounter, and for the
on a passed ball and raced to A & R and Supply and Account- right to move on to the Invitational -'Banquet Wednesday SEVEN JAX BOXERS
-- -- --- --- I
third as Seidwitz grounded to II i the goal of all amateurs. :
short. Ed sterling econd REACH FINALS IN 1 :
Guyton r
i Wrestlers SoughtFor And even more glory was garnered The NAS Jax Fliers basketball
for the Fliers, drove a
baseman by the local men as the i' team which scored such an out- '
double to to score Werner I FLORIDA AAU MEET
right Seventh Naval NATC No. 1 team copped the standing success on Southeastern

With two gone in the first of I i team championship from the Army hardwoods this season will meetas
the fifth, Wally Hages drew a base District Tourney Air Forces No. 1 outfit after both a group for the last time next Seven XAfr lax J boxers moved

on balls. Bernie Beebe singled to teams had tied for the top %place Wednesday evening when they will j into the finals last night of the

center sending Hage to third.I Wrestlers are wanted for the and a play-off became necessary.Lt. be feted at a banquet to be held Florida AAU boxing championshipswhich

Beebe tried to stretch his single forthcoming Seventh Naval Dis- Jack Colter, captain of the in their honor at the Officers' are being staged at West

to two bases and the Florida hot I trict Wrestling Championships to NATC team, paced the winners Skeet Club.Highlight. j Palm Beach, Fla.
in his haste, be held 2-3 May. Interested grap- 1 Only one member ut the Jax
corner guardian :
by carding a 7"5, tailed by Lt. of the evening will be
threw the ball into centerfield piers are asked to contact Lt. Paul they I boxing team failed to make the
Comdr J. Barthas with 81, Ens. the presentation of watches to
.. wrestling coach at Bldg. final, Eddie DeCore who lost out
lowing Hages to tally. 81'1 King Robert Reiland with 83, and Chief players. The Fliers' mentor, Comdr.
726 in the semi-final tilt Floored in
593. <
or ext.
Things looked pretty bright MacDonald with 84, who made up Ray Pflum, will also present the
the first round, he back .
the locals going into the last of No previous experience is neces- the rest of the NATC No 1 squad. trophy won by the Fliers, for the came : .

r the seventh as! Stephens was tiring sary, and the weights needed are The match, played in a pouring second straight year in the Flori- fighting in the ensuing two rounds .
to pound his opponent all the
fast and Seidwitz, who had the 121-lb class, Ii3-lb class, 136- rain on the greens formerly knownas da American Basketball Congress over ; H
but the decision'Vaji.
: ring judges'
given only one hit in his six inning lb, clas and in the heavyweightgroup the Forest Hill Country Club, Tournament, to Lt. Comdr. Anthony against him. The deditlo.was :

stint, seemed to be getting was won by a 2n-2": score by the J. Rubino. officerinchargeof booed by the crowd in vtewr' of 't

better as the innings rolled by. In the initial outing the NAS locals. i the Physical Training and Wel- DeCore's excellent showing i In the -t;

But in the home halt of the seventh matmen won a fourth spot in E. E Livingston, AMM2i, who fare Department. final two rounds. ,4: -.. .

Florida combined two errors, the Naval Air Training Athletic played on the second team for Squad members who will sit in Th2 remaining seven ner>}pper*? ,

s single, another error, and a walk Conference" wrestling champion- NATC, carded two good round, at the banquet: are Team Captain who went into the ring )lastjitifiUt. .; .
far three more rune. to clinch the ship held at Psimcola recently. but had one bad hole and thus T. S. Arv. Buck Buntin, Evie Da- carrying NAS Jax'a color wcffl

gram. eliminated himself from the flnaLi vii, Jim DeGroote, John Huey, Bill Henry Schillizi, Jimmy Itegan,

The Fliers will journey h t\t\ I Iiioy v" "open( their home season I II The same thing Jiappeend lo Lt, Kehl, Berate Kutchaver, Coolie Mike Herand, John Torres, Aaron

lnta Monday to tangle with fr." I ,; itrtt this C'hernr Paint Marlnesn1 : Jack Colter, who l\I:1MtI: fifth in Morris, Harry Platt, Johnny Rca: Garcia, Rlrhird Cisiitw! ,and RIB
KrPherson lin" ,rrr \ FpJft th" msrt Art R< <*1 and Ed Youmnni Dednion





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