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Bond Sales Pass $675,000 Mark With Three Days To Go



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Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command



I Admiral Marc Mitscher' Tokyo

Raiders Win Decorations Here

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i: NAS Reaches I Yhol's What It Says-l,000,000 'Were In First ShipBasedAir

NAVY jAexsoNviiU-PU, y duns 1J ii"Steiswrr la3

i wi : ( uf thr (flnitrii State '..,. Strike On Jap CapitalCapt.

737 Of GoalWar ,

.......'.. Anthony R. Brady, new NAS commanding officer,
-,.... :t ,FArnzrsa CI\\"iiUr.\ QF ins ?I.'IX Sl;!), .)4-$.33I pinned decorations on 20 officers and men at inspection

Bond sales 111 the Independence Cn. "l\Umt e."'Rt-11I" tho-UA/I. tl\r. Durde.n t + ceremonies last Saturday, including five pilots-formerly attached
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Day Extra Cash \y0.thor. nr.\C '/+,'
[ to Vice Admiral Marc A. Mitscher's\ Fast Carrier Task
War Bond Campaign have i I rt .' Force-who participated in the first carrier-based aerial "" I
1. reached total of anxsnw.wt ac $2ndWLL.) ./
a $673,000- strike last
", on Tokyo February.
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t 81 per cent of the overall J," "Nlo1. :Itnu.10d( oID9.'sntr! ,! "K1tNnnc&nQN .:Q' i' The Tokyo raiders and the decorations they receivedwere

$800,000 goal, it was announced THIS CHECK, for $1,076,34833, is'the largest check ever turned : Lt. (iir) Hugh V. Sherrill., of Biloxi., Miss.,. the Navv :
I' yesterday by station over to the Paymaster General of the Navy by the NAS JacksonvilleWar Cross ; Lt. "G ol'geBelk, of ,- -----
Bond Office. But don't the Idea-the check, which
7 bond officials. get wrong
war Gastonia N. C. the Distin-
covers bond sales for the month of June does not mean NAS Jax New Navy Housing
Only three more days remain has passed its Independence Day cash war bond goal of $800,000.The guished Flying Cross; Lt.
: in which to raise the ad- check also includes payroll deductions and that part of the cash Howard C. Lee, of Cliff, N.

ditional $125,000 to put NAS drive that occurred in June M., the DFC ; Lt. (jg) Richard Trailers AllocatedBy
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Jacksonville and its outlying Hill, of Phoenix, Ariz., the

t" auxiliaries over the top, but I Second Half of Annapolis DFC, and Lt. Wayne R. Cheal, Captain BradyAllocation

confidence was expressed that of Pontiac, Mich., a Gold Starin

I final figures would reveal that Group Will Arrive SundayThe lieu of a fourth Air Medal.I of the 40 new trail.
the drive had far surpassed its I Also receiving; a high award on I ers obtained by the Navy for returned .
goal Saturday was Lt. (Jg) William L.i i overseas veterans was made
73 Per Cent first group of the 470 naval academy graduates undergoing Farmer, of Winnsboro, La, who last week by Captain A. R. Brady,
lain Station had reached 73per aviation indoctrination here will wind up its scheduled activities this earned the Navy Cross for a torpedo station commanding officer.
cent of its $500,000 quota yes week end, and preparations are underway to receive the second contingent plane strike on capital ships The Aviation Training Depart-
terday, and the totals were moving I of the Jap fleet during the Battle ment will receive 17 of the units,
steadily: upward by the hour. Already Group A will depart from NAS Jacksonville some time Saturday for Leyte Gulf last October. He NATTC is slated for eight, and
seven activities, NAOTC, afternoon.. Group B will arrive: on Sunday and work will begin the was attached to the Seventh Fleetat Supply and Accounting's Chief
aay, uomar.; K. A. Phillips the time, and won his medal
Executive Department, A.D,U., following -- by I Commissary Stewards' School gets
T-5, Hospital, T-4, and T-l, have O-in-C of the Academy officers flying through intense antiaircraft 15.
has announced Sinks Two Ships fire to score a damaging hit
passed their goals, and a handfulof I Announcement of the allocation
on an fleet unit
others were within sight of 100 All of the newlycommissionedensigns enemy spotlighted the new trailer city,
per cent .will be given leaves following I Four Plane which is taking shape just north
Leading the way among the aux. their indoctrination here, and With One BombWith Of the Tokyo raiders. Lt Sher- of the Dewey Park housing area. x
then will report to their respective rill won his Navy Cross for shoot
iliaries was Municipal No. 1, having The trailers have been set up on
and stations for active ing down four and
duty. planes
ships enemy
achieved 254 per cent of its a new Navy record of destruction Continued on Page Two
weeks have been I in
The past four probably destroying two more
quota. Mayport also was over the for a single plane toppedby
busy ones for the Annapolis men. an aerial battle over Tokyo Bay.A .
Continued on Page Seven the sinking of two Jap ships U-Boat Fighting Tenth
A rigid schedule has been adhered Navy fighter pilot, his formation
with I
one 500-pound bomb Lt. Ar-
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to making moment of was outnumbered two to one
-----1 every every Fleet Is DissolvedThe
thur G. Elder, Dallas, Tex, and
day profitable and informative. On by the Jap planes.
The Station Scene i five members of the crew of his
the ground the students received Liberator search A veteran of many months of Tenth Fleet, organized in
training in navigation, radar, ACI, I plane have returned Pacific combat, Lt Sherrill also 1943 to direct the Navy's war
Cyratin jitterbugs at Ship'sSen'we to the States for leave and
box aside aerology, swimming, aircraft com- holds the DFC for sinking a destroyer against the U-boat in the Atlantic
juke standing reassignment.The
munications, recognition, link Iceland to Horn
watch 18-month old in the China Sea, an from Cape has
to girl giving trainers, aircraft Instruments, gunnery two-for-one sinking occurred Air :Medal for shooting down a been dissolved, an official an-
to and( ft o to'a jttmpin'* '* jive tune and included a tour of As- when Lt. Elder's Liberator Jill, a Gold Star for an attack nouncement has disclosed. ,
sailor liarmomcistlotogi'j sembly and Repair, a visit to the dropped a bomb directly betweentwo against a Mogami class carrier, a Liquidation of an entire fleet
Negro Musi in/ road low pressure chamber, and a sur- 3,000-ton ships tied at a dockin Gold Star for a strike against organization in time of war U
against and vival course complete with a prac- Saigon, Indo-China. Hong Kong and Indo-China, and unique It followed the winningby
traffic sign& softly playing
tice ditching drill. High point of During its three-month ram another Gold Star for the strikeon the Tenth Fleet, in cooperationwith
he waits
hymns ai for Sunday
')morning bus to toirn!i. the ground work was a visit to an page In the Paciifc, the record- Tok 'o. Shot down by anti- the British and Canadians, of
'* '* I NAOTC training carrier. busting PB4Y: sent to the bottom aircraft just outside Hong Kong a great strategic victory in the Atlantic
Distraught Wane ines&entierfianttcolly i In the air the students were 25,900 tons of enemy shipping and harbor, he was picked up by a de- breaking the back of Ger-
trying to get stalled I given an opportunity to try their probably sank or damaged an additional stroyer. Before entering the Navy many's desperate effort to stave
motor-scooter to start on B\\>'- hands at stepping into the shoes I 42,495 tons for a total Lt. Sherrill attended Yale Univer- off complete defeat through the
t/li"Jh.a1 road. Continued on Page Two score of 68,395. Continued on Page Two : U-boat campaign.


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HERE AKK TilE division"winners in at the end of the bond drive Saturday Overhaul Control; WAVE Susie Alvls. I O'Dell, Personnel; WAVE Philipa Selden-

the current A&U Department War :Bond night. Left to right contestants In the Metals; Marilynn Suss, Planning; WAVE sticker Finish. and Fabric, WAVE Laura
Vera Ord.
Maheu, Machines; Matheny,
Queen contest, now underway. On the top row are: WAVE :Bertha Reynolds, Gloria Rivault, Emergency Repair; and nance: WAVE Jessie Kontrahecki, Ao

basis of one vote per each $25 bond purchased Interim Overhaul Division; WAVE Lela Louise Strickland, Electrical Bottom cessorie, and Alice Kneudiw Engine

the final winners will he named' Bowman, Structure? Mary Davenport, row: WAVE Phlnnie Hilt, Plant: Hvelvn Ororlnul

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 5 July, 1945

. Annapolis Grads Inside_PBY_..__ w._ .. Waves Married. To I Navy Cross Winner I It

a ,> .
Servicemen May I

Request DischargeThe ,

Navy Department last week R '
announced new general policies "
providing for discharge or separa- !
iton from the service for membersof I : .-
the Women's Reserve who are
married to servicemen returned
,, .
from overseas.
i\ A WAVE married to a disabled
\ veteran of World War II will be

discharged or separated fropi the. /
: ,M, service at her request, the an- .' .
nouncement said. Applications for .
inactive duty status will be taken -
into consideration by BUPers and il

action taken in accordance with 4 'tit J Jx.
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the needs of the service.
ANNAPOLIS GRADUATES undergoing aviation indoctrinationhere A WAVE married to a member '1
are really learning what makes the PBY Catalina tick. Three of the armed forces who has been -1-/
of the newly commissioned ensigns, left to right, Harvey E. Lyon of separated from the forces or released '
I Denver, Colo., Saul Levine of Passaic, N. J., and Armand F F. Legareof to inactive duty for reasons 1
Haverhill, Mass., are shown some of the complicated radio gear other than disability will be sep- < '2
Inside the plane by Lt. D. H. Orcutt, back to camera, the first pilotof arated or discharged from the -- -- -- .
the PBY in which they will fly I I service upon her request providingshe LT. (JO) HUGH SliER RILL rill won his medal for hooting
__ has I* shown, right, receiving the down four enemy planes' and
had at least one of
year Navy cross: from Capt. A. K. I strafing enemy ground Installations I
active duty. Under these same
,More Annapolis /1 Waves Needed For I conditions, WAVE officers may Brady during medal-award ceremonies I during the first aerial
request to be placed in an inactive last Saturda)'. Lt. Sher- I strike on Tokyo last February.Mitscher's '.
-- -- -- -- -- -
Grads ArriveContinued Overseas Duty duty status.
Applications for transfer, dis- .Tokyo Raiders
I charge or separation from the
From Page One WAVE quotas for overseas service service for, a WAVE married to a I
of the various crew members Instruction have not been filled and showno serviceman who has returned from Win Decorations SaturdayContinued .
began with familiarization prospect of being filled in the overseas for further assignment to ?
hops with the pilots explain- immediate future unless more duty in.the United States will be From rag One -

ing traffic rules, demonstrating WAVES volunteer at once, it has considered if the WAVE has had sity, graduating in 1942. i: Pacific, Lt. (jg) 1VilburVest, of
various types of landings, and con- been announced by high WAVE at least a year of duty. Lts. Belk, Lee and Hill all received 'Los Angeles, Cal, for Leyte Gulf
ducting a tour of the local area. officials. The new policies also provide for their DFC's for strafing I operations; Ens. Richard CUm-

Even single-engined landings with Originally it was planned to extended concurrent leave up to enemy airfield in the Tokyo area mings, of Rittman. Ohio, for the
one propeller feathered were exe- send WAVES to Hawaii, Alaska, 45 days for wives of men returned and then fighting their way back Battle of Leyte Gulf; First Lt.
cuted for the benefit of the stu- Bermuda the Caribbean from overseas. In unusual I Merrill E. Swenson for
dents. and the cases, out. In the process, Lt Belk, who destroying
On radar Canal Zone, but as the war situa- such as prisoners of war or sur- also holds three Air Medals, and I' a Jap plane over the Visayan Sea' ,
turns hops the students took tion changed, this was altered and vivors, a request for extension of I Lt. Hill, who also holds two Air and AMM1c Joseph Liska for
operating the equipmentwhile present overseas contingents are this leave may be submitted. Medals, each accounted for one Black Cat operations in the Cele-

the waist on gunnery There hops they fired being assigned to Hawaii only. Subsequent recall, reenlistmentor Jap plane. L$. Lee-, who also holds; ebes area.
guns. were cross The total complement for the islands reappointment of WAVES who two Air Medals, severely damaged A Commendation Ribbon went
in which students
country instruction in received has been' set at 5,000, so far have been released to inactive an enemy twin-engined bomber. to TSgt. Vincent P. Daly, of Reading -
navigation. and navi- only about 2,000 girls in blue have duty, discharged, or separatedfrom Gold Star Pa, for service as crew chief
Day night set sail. the service will depend The Gold Star Lt. the
gation flights were conducted, and upon winner- Chea of first transport plane to land
an anti-submarine hop was given, Practically all ratings are need' the needs of the service -participated in the same type of: at Tarawa; and a Purple Heart to
too. ed, particularly mechs and seamen. Applications for release should strafing mission over Tokyo, and Coxskain Joe E. Autry, of Dallir, '.,
Purpose of the course is to give WAVES already on duty in Hawaii be submitted through the Personnel accounted for a four-engined Jap Tex, for wounds received last February

the new officers an "aviation are working long hours be- Office._ I I flying boat during the mission. .
background" despite the fact that cause there Just aren't enough of ---- jjL---- Vice Admiral John S. McCain'sfreeroving I Presidential Unit Citation ribbons -
they will not be a put of naval' them to do the Job at hand : carrier task force also went to Lt. William W Robinson -
aviation. The knowledge impartedhere "The Navy has the Job to be New\ Public came in for some recognition at of Denver, Col. will, it is hoped, enable them done," officials said, "and it is I the Saturday ceremony when Lt Lt. (Jg) Joseph T. Domarekl, cl ;
at some future time tq understandthe counting on the WAVES to help I jg) Benjamin W Adams of Chi- Livingston, N. J. tVD-3)) and
problems presented when work- send the Sunday punch at Japan Works OfficerCaptain cago, Ill., won the DFC and a ACRM Samuel T. Fox III, of
ing in co-operation with naval air- from Pearl Harbor." Gold Star In lieu of second DFC i, Haveiford, Pa. (tVPB-52)). ,
craft. Application papers and full in- I Daniel B. Ventres, CEC, for escorting bomber and torpedo
Academy group headquarters are formation can be obtained from USNR, has reported for duty as plane strikes over the Philippines,
in Building 710 the Women's Reserve Representa-I Officer in Charge of the Public and for breaking up a formationof O&G Officers"Hold

-- --- --- tive offices in building 725. Works Department, relieving Corn- Jap planes attacking U. \ S.
I surface units off Formosa. Dur-
bander Earl H. Thouren
-- CEC,
New Navy House USNR, detached. ing these encounters, he damagedan ConferenceOn
I Supply Corps Offers Captain Venires comes from a enemy destroyer and shot down

Textile tour of duty at the Bureau of two Jap planes.
Trailers AllocatedContinued I Engineer Course Yards and Docks, Washington I At one point during the aerial 27 June, in the conferenceroom
Applications from Regular Navy D. C. He has had both overseas battles surrounding the Philippines of the main administration
i officers of the Supply Corps with and shore duty as a civil engineer landings Lt. Adams was forced building, 52 Ordnance and Gunnery
From Page One the rank of lieutenant or beloware ing officer, having been on active down off Luzon, and, after swim- Officers of the NAOTC met for a
blocks throughout the area, and desired for a two-jear post duty with the Navy since 1939. I ming ashore, was later rescued by one day conference.This .
water has been piped in to each graduate course in textile engineering A graduate of the University of I a PBY. He Is attached to VF-5 was the first time such a

unit according to Alnav Michigan, Captain Vent res is married here, while the other Navy Cross large group had been assembledand
Community laundry rooms, and 143 Just issued NO'1 l and has one son. His family and DFC vvlnneis are now under- it was felt to be very success
individual heads, have been con- The class will convene in Sep- is now living in Washingotn, D. C. going landing signal officer train- fut
structed for each of ten II ing with squadron T-4
group tember, 1945. Applications should The chairman of the
trailers. Linens and kitchenware, I Among the other Saturday meeting .
briefly state qualifications and was Lt (Jg) C. Schoonover,
furnished with each trailer, com- ,should be submitted by dispatch to Attention FlightTraining medal winners were: AMM1c NAOTC Staff
plete the facilities for James N. Howard, of Chiefland Ordnance and Gun-
housekeeping. reach BuPers
1945. prior to 1 August, I I ApplicantsAll Fla., who received the Army Air the nery Materiel Officer, who opened

No definite date has been set men who have for Medal and three Oak Leaf Clusters conference by introducing
-- applied
-- Commander
for the first families to start movIng flight training on this or any other I ; AMMlc Charlie W.. Nichols, E. Gentner, Headof
in, but it is expected that the THE NAVY has announced that I: station are requested to report to I of Jacksonville, who received the Training, NAOTC.
trailers will be ready for occupancy I ten U. S. destroyers were lost in the station Educational Office in Army Air Medal and. two Oak tion Commander W. S. Libbey, Sta
some time this month. l the Okinawa area between 18 room 225 of building 854. Leaf Clusters, and AMMlc Clifford Ordnance and Gunnery Officer .
Assignment of the trailers will March and 16 June, 1945. They New flight precedence lists have I Forbes, of Songville, Minn, next addressed the group on
re, made only to married petty of- were the Halligan, Bush, Colhoun, been issued by the Chief of Naval who received the Army Air Medal procurement and distribution of
ficers in a temporary duty status Mannert L. Abele, Pringle, Little, Aviation Training, and applicants :and one Oak Leaf Cluster. All ammunition Lt. in the command.
who have returned from overseas. Morrison, Luce, Drexler and Long will be told when flight training served under General MacArthur's NAOTC 2 M Ritenour, USNR,

Maximum period of occupancy will shaw. will begin. :command.,.... in. ,..the Southwest__ Pacific.... Publications Officer, announced .
nl "' "M "nn the .
be 60 dad's.Progress. I V\nil u...'n ....." .ay"ua,...v.u-..... new loontinn-- ------. "--r nrt.
is also being made in New Housing Goes Up Air Medals nance publications in the NAS

the_ construction_ ___ __ ___ of__ the____ _new__n 'rmir." I I Individual Navy Air Medal win- Jacksonville Publications Centeras .
housing units in -I ners were: Lt. (Jg) Dale L May- of 1 July 1945.
an area
Just east of the trailer up park Sched- hard of Billings Okla., for dive Lt. (Jg) J. P. Flanigan, USNR,
uled for bombing strikes in Southwest NAS, Jacksonville Technical Avia.
completion late in
it is predicted that families I Officer, spoke on
start moving in around the first may of Admiral Clark Goes To of the aviation procurement ordnance and materiel.distribution

September- --- Corpus As NAITC Chief Following the morning session,

I The Navy Department an a photograph of the group was
Officers taken.
VPB2-1 On Coast nounced last week that Rear Admiral
f Lt. Fletcher I J. J. Clark, had been ordered ----- -Vft! ------
\4 VPB2-NO. 1 Pilot Training Officer to report as Chief of Naval Air Navy Plans Post-War
Intermediate with
Training, headquarters
and Lt. Philip MORRIS, Jr. I .
Probe of
USNR, VP 2-No. 1 Aircrew Train- at Corpus Christi!, Texas. Weapons

nig Officers are on temporary orders 't Admiral Clark relieves Rear Ad- Naslilngton (CNS)-The Navy
rL miral Charles A. Pownall, Chief of
__ has established'an
to the West Coast with several Office of Research .
i, NAOTC staff officers. )j Naval Air Training, with head- and Inventions, directly un.
quarters at Pensacola, Fla., who der
The purpose of this inspection Secretary Forrestal, to conduct -
I had formerly held the NAITC bib-
.. tour and series of conferences is to a vigorous post-war inveeti-
(I let as an additional duty. gation of
k maintain VPB2-No. 1 instruction naval weapons and ma.
methods and facilities in keeping -- -- teriel. "If a nation is to be sclenifically .

with the fleet requirements for I New Commissary Store ; prepared," Forrestal said,
both pilots and aircrewmen. Such I "i its preparedness must be worked .
Schedule Is AnnouncedEffective out "
contact with other training activities in peacetime.

: enables VPB2-No. 1 to maintain on 6 July, the Ship's ___ .
;; an overall pilot and aircrew Store Ashore (Commissary) will OFFICIAL FIGURES: Issued' this
training picture that prevents operate under a new time sched week reveal that 333,900 naval en-
overlapping and omission in syllabi I tile listed
i personnel have been
and effects a streamlined pro- THREE OF TIIK new trailersset dishes will-be furnished with each I Business hours Mill be as follows turned to civilian life, for the period

gram meeting combat unit up here for married petty officers unit. Below-New rowhousinggoes ,: of 7 December, 1941, through

ments.THIS. ._ in a temporary duty status of the Monday 0900-1700 30 April, 194 Returned marines ,
east trailer
reqUire-I up just
I who have returned from overseas Tuesday 0900-1500 total 9OH and Coast Guardsmen,
1EAR the Naval service are pictured here in the site to alleviate the 'acute housing Wednesday 0900-1700 25,164 while rehabilitated officer

emy will celebrate its area north of Dewey Park. The shortage. These new units will Thursday 0900-1500 personnel for each of the three
versary. It was established 10 trailers will be ready for occu- probably be completed late August Friday 0900-1700 branches totals 13,849; 1,278, ,and
October, 1843.: %j papcy this month. Linens and Saturday 0900-1300 599, respectively.


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5 July, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

Questionnaire Rroves That "Salers, We ,

Mean "Sailors, Are Really Very SmartBy i YY

Arthur Greene, Y2c --
one, we'd give a cookie to know. Byrd, Cushman, "Evens," McFall,
When to their military
it comes SeenavFor Jackson.
duties the' enlisted at : I
the Secretary of the Navy, Few were able to answer the
NAS Jacksonville take a seal
Forrestal received occasional mention "To what
question, department are
to no one, but when it comes to
but a typical spelling was you attached?" Most were un-
other things-well, that's some-
"Forystal." Others listed were between
able to differentiate division -
else again.A
thing Stimson, Cordell Hull, Henry and department. A SUBJECT OF much discus.
sailor may know how to shoot "Morgenthal" or 'Morganthaul," The Chief of Naval Operationswas sion and even more scuttlebutt
down an attacking Jap Kamikaze "Knok," and '"Nocks." Admiral Davison to some, the these days is the question of overseas -
pilot, or how to take the bugs On the question of the Chief of others. service. Naturally some are
President ot
out of a squawking radio, but Naval Personnel the answers I for, some against the whole idea.
knowing how to spell "Philippines"Is ranged from Admirals Nimitz and The next two questions were Seems most of those who are In
just not his forte. Halsey to the President. As usual, answered correctly by the majorIty I the negative volumn are those
U.S.NAVAL HOSPITALBy This revelation came about some left the answer blank. taking the quiz. They were, whose "hearts" stand a chanceof
through a quiz the Station Educa- Some missed the name of the "Where, aproxlmately, is Okinawa / landing) statewide in the near
En. Eleanor Baird (NC) Chief of Naval Air Operational ?", and "What type of heavy future.
tion Office tacked on to a recent Wal, if she's wearing his
U. S. Naval Hospital'" examination for advancement in Training. Among the answers were bomber Is used against Japan ? ring and both of them are positivethis

REHABILITATION NEWS ;: rating. It seems that Captain "Haulsey," "Nimitis." McFall, Philippine is the real thing, it's mightyfine

The D. Ramp has been organizedinto Herbert E. Regan,. former com- King, Gates, Fletcher, Sullivan, Nearly everyone knew in what but If it is one of those vague
a Softball League. The games manding officer of NAS, had a Schmidt, and "Lehay." group of islands Luzon was loca affairs with a lot of ifs and maybes
taking place during Physical disconcerting habit during Satur- One of the exams was given on ted, but they had difficulty in tacked onto it, then this machine
Therapy hour, Monday, Wednesday ; day morning personnel Inspections the same day the Jax Air News spelling "Philippines." One fellow mauler thinks it might be a good
and Friday at 1500. The end of of stepping up to some bright- came out with headlines announc- thought Luzon was in the Aleu- Idea to search for the One and
the first'weeks play finds D-2 the I faced bluejacket and asking who ing that Captain Brady had taken tians. Only elsewhere. Remember, gals,
leading league with 3 wins, no : was the station's executive officer: ,, over as skipper, and a large num- Most ,enlisted personnel takingthe Hawaii is stacked high with eligl-\
loses. I or what was the name of the secretary ber of personnel were right on the quiz knew that the Franklinwas bles and there's a lot less com
of state. Occasionally the ball with the correct answer to the a carrier, but some thoughtshe petition over there!
The outside program for Physical answer brought an inward chuckleto question about the commanding officer was a cruiser, and some a SKIPPING THE usual lure line]
Rehabilitation has made great the genial C. O, However, 'some said "Rig- destroyer.A of moonlight on AVaiklki and or-
strides in recent weeks, which is I QuestionnaireDetermined gen," "Rigglns," "Kulique," Smith, majority knew that Gen. Eisenhower chid leis, there's a lot of other
clearly shown in attendance and to find out whetherit Kelly Richardson, Bearle, "Rabie," was the head of the AEFin angles to be considered. Most
the spirit with which all types of was surprise and confusion in "Clookie," "Klukle," Thornton, Europe, but the spelling of his Important point of all is that the
_games are played. These games I' those cases or whether the gob Jenson, Kruger, and Robln Many name!!! Some examples-Iken- Navy needs us there, needs us
,re indeed interesting to see, esIally just didn't know, the Education answered "Reagan." I hower, Ihzamhower, lesenhooier. badly and at once! That fact has
when we know that the patients Office drew up a questionnaire (It's Stettlniut Eizenhower. Isenhaur, Isonehour not been stressed heretofore because .
show beneficial results from
getting to be quite a habitthesedays The name of the Secretary of Enienhower, Isenhouser, Isenthen- It was assumed (mistakenly,
their participation. To make it ). When the office finished State was just too much for the I how, Iseinhoure, and Einersor. One perhaps) that we'd realize\ we were
more comfortable for those who going over some of the answers boys and girls to spell, and every said he was a four star admiral. asked to come because we were
participate in the quieter sports they wished they hadn't started conceivable spelling was offered Another listed Pershing (he must needed. So far less than half the
they are assembled! beneath I The whole thing.It Stitlenes Statenus, Stetins, Stln- have the wrong war). Adm. King, original quota for the Islands has
trees which throw
spreading I was.comforting to know that tuious, Stinenls. Stattinius. Stitl- Churchill '"General" Nimitz, Brad- been filled. There are jobs to be
enough shade so that the patientsdo almost everyone knew the'name of mus, and others. Finally the ley, Mark Clark, Patton, Roosevelt, done and no WAVES to take over.
not get overheated in the sun. the President but there the unan. Education Office gave credit to "Haulsey," Gen. "Mongermary." Urgent messages fly from Pearl
An outdoor gymnasium will soon imity parted. Some spelled it any answer beginning with the and Gen. "McCarthur" were also Harbor to Washington saying, in
go into commission, providing all Trueman. Others wrote Trumman.One letters "St." A few thought Cor- I I given. effect. "Send us more WAVES"and
necessary equipment. hopeful striker lettered out dell Hull' was still Secretary of Jacksonville was listed in every at present volunteers are so
At the start of the season, the Thruman.On I State, some gave Frances Perkins, I Naval District. from 1 to 16 in the. few in number tha the shipping out
hospital softball team was in the the question of the vice and one wag wrote "John J. Sullivan list is almost at an end.
so-called bush league, but after presidency practically everyonewas ." I quiz.Well, there you have it. Do you QUARTERS ARE comfortable,
winning three straight games and stumped. In the conspicuousblank Comdr. John Raby's name really i think the results of the quiz accurately chow is good, and working billets
losing none placement in the Sta. space left on the question I took a beating, too in the ques- gauge the average sailor's the same as here-if you're a mech
tion Major League was only sheet one could almost visualizethe tion concerning the Station Execu- II familiarity with current events? here, you'll be one there; if you'rea
.natural. words. "This just ain't fair." I tive Officer. The examinees spelledit I Do you think the questions provided seaman, you can strike for your
One game which was played fast The few that did attempt an answer Rabbi, Rabbles, Rabin, Rabie, an accurate mental yard- rate there just as easily (or mebbe
and well was the Marine v.s. Hospital seemed to disagree. There Rabe. Rabis, Rabey, and Raybe. stick ? No? well remember, we even more easily) as you can in
game, which stopped the were "none," "none yet" "Stettl- The answers also included Capt. j had nothing to do with it, We're Jax. Every kind of recreational
leathernecks from establishing a nius," ""'allace." ""Wallis" "Mr. : O'Malley, Comdr. Gage, Johnson, just one of the Jones boys. facility is offered, including the
beachhead on the well known diamond Knox" "Vandenburg," ''John Gar I ... -- ----- -- -. -- "big shots" in the entertainmentworld
( 't. avenging a previous defeat ner" and "Sitictious." No doubt'I Wins Instructors' Awa: rd who regularly tour the military -
by winning this one 9 to 1, with some of these men would be bases. In addiiton, there's
the batting of Newhard Brohl and pleased to know that they now :. > w yIP the little item of overseas pay,
Rigney being instrumental in the I hold the second highest office In. ,. and a yellow splash of ribbon on
winning. Other scores: Personnel the land. Where the learned lad your blues wouldn't look bad,
Dept 9-0, CPO Club 11.2 With who wrote "Sitictious" got that ; either. We all signed up in the
Hambrick and Reid pitching a no I 1J' beginning with the intention of
hit game. I I many friends of the bride. and doing what we could for as long
Under the expert teaching of groom were present.LT. I I # I as necessary to whip the Axis. We
Coach Millspaugh the Hospital WILLIAM. 11. McJVER, '.. I accepted the fact that the Navy
team is showing great promise in USNR has repeated aboard as our ,( I could send us to any U. 'S. station
becoming one of the best teams I I new Welfare Officer. Mr. McIover I I It chose. Are we refusing to go
on the station and to see them in reports from the S. W. Pacific .\; overseas now just so we can exercise
action-come out on Monday and I i I where he spent twenty-one months.Mr. choice In this one instance ?
Wednesday at 1330 for a sample : Mclver's home is in Greensboro If so, that is a peculiarly flimsy
N. C., where he was formerly I excuse. A short
of good team-work and spirit. By ,. j punch is more
the way,"to quench your thirst with the Athletic and Administration I fffectlve than a long, slow wind-
free cokes! Department of the Greensboro I 'l up; you can help sock Japan a J
TilE HOSPITAL CORPSVAVES City Schools. Overseas he I lot haidre from Hawaii than from
\ are trying a new form 'was an Officer-in-Charge of the Jax because right now your hitting
of recreation these last few weeksone I Fleet Recreation Center. It is power Is needed in Hawaaii
that is proving interesting, I clear that Mr. :Mclver has had A SOME OF US say "Well, I'd
.. educational and yet: not too stren- i considerable experience' in Welfare} lust as soon go, but that stuff
work and we are looking forwardto ." about 18 months
uous for the high temperatures, I scares me off".
of which we are all aware. The new developments in our pro- Why does It? If the war goes so
I ____ __ that you'll be in
Waves have set aside one eveninga gram. on working blue for
week when they play bridge, I I LT. LUT1IEJI M. COLE (CHC) LIEUT. COMDR. C. A. BLOUIN, Officer-in-Charge of the In- I the next 18 months anyway why
make seashell' jewelry bracelets USNR reported aboard this past structors' School, is shown (left) presenting a model airplane awardto not work where you're most urgently -
leather lapel pins, belts, buckles week following nineteen months 1st Lieut. James D. McGough, USMCR, of U S. Naval-Air Station I needed ? When the war
and all types of fancy accessories aboard ship. Chaplain Cole was Melbourne, Florida, whose lecture "BLACKOUT SENSE" was ends, the Navy demobilization plan
which make lovely personal gifts. I aboard an APA. and sailed in both voted best by his fellow students in a student lecture participation will Include you regardless of your
The girls are given instruction I the Atlantic and Pacific waters. recently. duty station-it might even be
In their Arts and Crafts by Mrs. While aboard the APA they landedat Instituted to afford Instructors' School students an opportunity I that; overseas service would carry ,
Spense and :Mrs. Rosenberg from 'I Normandy. S. France and at to demonstrate what they have learned, student lecture participation some extra weight in hurrying
the Women's, U.S.O. in Jackson I the Kerama Retto group six days aids flight instructors in becoming competent lecturers, thus being I your discharge along. If the war
ville; Mrs. Wall gives instructionin before the initial landing on better prepared to instruct their student pilots. I situation continues to improve, It
the technique of bridge. I IaW.RD8 Okinawa. First Lieut. McGough, a combat experienced fighter pilot selected could; e.t'fbe that the present 13
MADE at the hospitalwently Chaplain Cole is a Protestant the Corsair as his model which was painted to duplicate the I months tour may be shortened as
included: The Presidential Chaplain and will work with Lt. markings of the plane he flew in combat. the pressure on the service;: les-
wnit Citation .Ribbon Bar with I' John A. (HCH) USNR who ---- -- i- ---- sons. ,
bronze star which was awarded t reported here April. Both chap AnnouncesPicture I YOU MIGHT sit here for sic
Varcer C. Lowry, Sic USNR; lains have had wide experiencesand SecNav Capt. W.' W. Smith months after peace comes; you
Bronze Star Medals with tempo- we are looking forward to interesting might be shoving off ... Podunk -
rary citation was awarded PorterA. and stimulating church tomorrow, and Any town the month
Pole n, W.T. 2c USNR, Henry services and discussion groups. PolicyThe Is Flat-Top C.O. after that. In the service, you
R. Gregory cnP.A( ) USNR, I They have already begun some I never know Sooo-kinda looks
Grover A. Williams CM 2c USNR: I very helpful Tuesday evening discussion of the Navy last A former NAS Jacksonville commanding from here as if you'd have a lot
and the Purple Heart was awardedIra. groups and we would like week announced Secretary the picture dis- officer, Captain Walton I of> travel, adventure, and accomplishment .
._J. Giroir, Jr., Pfc. USMCR I to see the attendance grow. tribution policy t<* be followed by W. Smith is now in command of to gain with nothing to
Austin N. Woodard, Pfc. USMCR FIVE WAVES finished their Naval Officers of Public Information the USS Cabot, Independenceclasscarrier lose. Nobody can force you to go; .
and Lt (jg) Frank Crim McCus-I course: of instruction in Dental known to the Fleet as the the decision is up to you, but the
gey, Jr., USNR. Giroir received Technology here Monday, 25 June. "Iron Woman." I I Navy Is saying "You are needed
wounds as a result of enemy ac- These Hospital Corps-Waves have The policy provides for distribution Charter member of Task Force now!" That sure leaves the whole
tion in the Asiatic-Pacific Area, already received orders and will of pictures only to press serv- 58, the "Iron Woman" won her I deal strictly up to us. How about
14 March. :Mr. McCuskey was carryon their work In dental ices, newspapers and magazines, name through her endurance during I itT .
awarded the Purple Heart becauseof technology in other medical activ- publishing firms, trade journalsand some 225,000: miles of running -----'- !--
wounds received as a result of Ities. Those completing the course house organs, advertising through the Pacific battle list, FAMILIES: MAY-GO TO
enemy action near Dulag Air Strip, are: Margaret Bauman HA 2c agencies, recognized commercial from Kwajalein to Formosa, from LATIN AMERICAThe
Leyte Island P.I. 2 ENS. MIRIAM JANE MVSON PhM3c HW( ) USNR. Ver- agencies. The late Ernie Pyle, who tew'l recently that Naval officers and
(NC) USNR and Lt. (jg) Edwin na E. Wray PhM2c, V-10, USNR, There was one exception: Naval period aboard her, called her petty officers of the first three
Leslie Byrd, USNR were married Irene R. Milicki HAte, U-10, personnel appearing in official Carrier" and his columns spoke pay> grades who are stationed in .
Protestant Chapel, Satur- USNR and Florence Jablonski HA U. S. Navy photos will be entitledto highly of both the ship and the the Gulf or Panama Sea Frontiers, w
.the June. Capt. Harold E. ,c. V-10 USNR. receive one print of such pho- men who fought her, or in Mexico or Brazil, may have
(MC) USNR gave the brideIn LOIS ELLEN HOflAN', PhmMlciW tos in those cases where distribu- In the First Battle of the Phil- their families Join them provided
marriage, while Mrs. J, H. Ful- ( ) USNR, X-ray technician, tion is deemed desirable from the ippine Sea also known as the transportation is available.
ler and Lt. James H. Fuller, USNR was detached Friday, 29 June. standpoint of personal sentiment.The "Marianas Turkey Shoot," she won .
maid of honor and best Mogan has ten days ,leave and aboard her fliers
served as NAS Jacksonville Office of "You are tops in the league today" own and many
trill visit her home in Salt Lake '
aircraft from other
man. Public Information, including the from the Task Group Commanderfor ships.
,. Both Mr, and Mrs. Byrd have City enroute. Hogan service has who two SAX AIR NEWS, in adhering to her high score. Her bombing Much of the "Iron Woman's"first
brothers in military
been stationed here for several battle cruise
was under the
the Navy Department policy, has pilots dropped their bombs squarely -
months and are well known among have just returned from overeas ,direction of
Interpreted the "personal senti- on a Japanese carrier and bat- Commodore S. J. Mi.
the hospital personnel' and those and who are now visiting at ment" exception to include allmedalaward tleship that time. And, when the I chael, another former NAS com-
to be
wed- home This promises
of VPB 21. Following the reunion for the Ho- photos taken on this Fleet turned on the lights to bringIn 1 landing officer, now skipper at
ding ceremony a reception was grand; family NAS Alameda
station. the returning airmen, she took Calif.
given at the Officer's Club and gaB Family.




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Telephone Extension" 8542
The JAX AIR NEWS: l II published weekly it the U. S.
Nasal Air Station, Jacksonville Florida by the Office of
Public Information at no expense" to the government and In i
compliance with Swnav Cliculai Letter 45-5.i6.a8: : May 1945:
.copies ate distributed' (' \ the Naval Air TUB CIU'KCII
Station: the Natal Air 1'n center, the
M. Cole ChC, USNRClirUllanlty
U. Luther ,
Hindquarters of the Naval Air Operational raining Com.mand By
Naval Au"-lIlary- Air 81aUon'Green Cove Springs has been ac<'U"t'(1 of being UM'Call
Naval Auriitary Air Station the Natal Air
C.unneil' School, the U. J>. l>a\ the Naval a ,crutch by mankind. Vcll'why not : What 1 It no .
Illary Air Station Municipal No. 1, and the Naval Auvlllaiy
Air Station Ma vorL Lt (Jg) O. li. Townsend Editor. terribly strong; with the lowly. (crutch An American

Rear Admiral RaIPh"F Davlson USN clergyman once asked a prominent old world
Chief of Natal Air Upeiatlonal Training k ) unbeliever what he would do If he MW a young

Captain Anthony R. Brady, CSN: yji fellow kick a Commanding Officer .. The unbeliever
'' t Jacksonville Natal Air Station q said that he would help the old man back to bin feet,

Captain Joseph B. Lunch! USSR 4i glue him his! crutch, and rebuke the culprit.
Commanding Officer: ; The clergyman suggested. that the unbelieverwa
Naval Air Technical Training: Center
!' I trying to kick a crutch from under a badly
John J. Malley MC), USN
Curtain crippled world. Our olwervwtlon U that the crutch
Commanding; OfficerU.
S. Naval Uokpllal I1ii Is'" quite u.llIlln enabling the disabled to show a hit
'" of Independence In getting around on their own.
i J I Colonel Martin J. I K f," Commanding Marine Barracks Officer o,0.loH r r/Oy needs a crutch, hut for pride' Hake, he will .elitist. It ..
and because of this, he will fall again and again.
Commander EdAaia t,officer, Dolecek. USN The spiritually 1 1 crippled are the same lie may strike
Naval Commanding Air Gunnels' School; his", client/ and cry out I Hint he doe not need Sod to
EE succor him. \\'... are wltneoslng the downfall nf
Commander 10 rank 1. (Corbln USN Nome who thus'" tried to uptime (iodlike pimers. It
Commanding Olfleer ...
Naval Auxiliary, Air Station; (;teen Cove Spurge / Is well for ns'" to Maud un our twn two ff"f't. but It
4 4ter is well also to remember that there N", one greater
Commander Commanding Howard Officer E, Boast > 3. \\hoc'j', and will hIIIII'he'n. '" we need Him. _
Natal Au>I llldiy' All ::\ itlJon, Cecil Field '" Hut more than the crutch, Christianity Is the _1,
-f healing power that will cure and make "l'li a world .
Commander Salem A Van E\eiy. Jr. ,
Commanding Officer \ I crippled by a multitude of wrongs. .\ crutch I U a
,,', Naval AuxllUiV, All :Station:: Municipal No.: 1 ,,, -,,,. : e.- good thing to have when needed", but It U better to
Commander John B. Huhn, USSR: he whole and not need Die crutch. We would. hardly -
Commanding Officer, We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men think of getting ph> Natal Auxlllaiv All Station Majpoit clan.\ We need the curing of
powers Christianity
are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator
Lieut. Cob William 1. Evan" USMC (Ret.) to get the world In a condition that will enable it
Commanding Officer with certain inalienable Rights, that among these are Life, I to get around tailing. again and again.
Marine Aviation Detachment Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these I

The JAX AIR NEWS recelvei Camp Newspaper !f'r\11't'=: rights, Governments; are instituted among Men, deriving
of ciedited1 mat ei 'O
without >t'Rppubllcatlon ol JOo E.4Jnd their just: powers from the consent of the governed.
i :! St., N. Y. C. Declaration of Independence. 'J ,

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I New Cars The Importance of Sea Power

This month, as the assembly:: lines of Detroit !Service Ur nl''', July iI. IHUrolmdiiit ,
and its industrial suburbs are once (Following is an excerpt from a recent statement 1 (h.prli. Mtittlii Read and Kirmiiihim At*

again beginning to spew passenger-type automobiles I made l hy Secretary of the Navy Forrestal. to a joint meeting 07.10Holy( Andrew Communion, celebrated b>' Chaplain E, W.

I of the Senate and House Naval Affairs rontmittt'l's.d..) OU V ,Brig Sen Ice. Chaplain J.'s'' Ddvldnon Jr.
the thousand two situations
by OM.W NAITC Seivloe, Chap' lain E.V. Andiewn.
exist that are very difficult to reconcile: I Let me say just a word about the importance of sea THAT WHICH MAKS OUR RKL1OIO.V'
09*)--Sundav School In the Small Chapel.
1. These new cars are being made available power to the United States. With the exception of the J("X()--f.! S. Naval Ho t>llal Sen lee.! Chaplain J. A.,Ctaltf.-

for civilian consumption. I British Empire, no other nation in the world is so dependent KM: -T.enetal"THE STRANGER DMne I ; tire.AT THE Chaplain DOOR.S.V." Bell.
upon control of the seas as is the United States. The "YE ARE CHOSEN OF GOD."
2. On many Naval and military installations 1100--Chi'lullan Science Sen Ice-Small Chll ('l.
fact that we have the greatest Navy in the world is not lI tO-Sen Ire at PBV llarujr Aiea-Chdplaln H. A.
this there exists acutetransportation
including one, an
shortage.It I an accident. It is an accurate reflection of the crucial importance 1-! l'fllreIpn'* Christian L"altue-Chaplaln U W.
: of sea-air power to our continued existence as a i\ldxon, Jr.
is true that the new 1915: automobiles -
will be sold only to "essential" civilian drive free and independent people.e are almost unique in the Catholic ('h..el. >lu.lln Road and Hirmlailiain Ateau.
IXxtU; ( -Mai*.
world in this Military organizations which
ers, but it seems elementary to this newspaper 'I respect. are OM:')I-MItI
that this essentiality should be measured appropriate for other countries have no necessary relevancy 0ISOD1ass.1100Mass!; .
I to our own problem because of four primary truths 17X>-Md".
against the yardstick of Naval and military
Christian i Siirure Srrilrei Vu tlu Road and Iliriulnthint
necessity before any distribution is I about the sea and air power of 011'avr.\ Atenur.

made. I First, possession of such power, giving us control of I.nlttr 1100-Its Small"I..illt chapel..: m.1J|| (liaprl, corner .( luaus (id
Today at this station, and many other installations great reaches of sea in both oceans, means that our enemies ItiriniiiKhaiii.!
I**)-Muludl 111t't>lIn2'elnt'lhlay( ).
like it, much inefficiency results cannot bring attacks to our home shores. Jewish Krliiuu ll"h and t'clloashlp I ''''
Second the of the above Fildjy. 1S15-Small I, Muotln and Utimfncham.; ,
from the difficulty involved in obtaining official j corollary statement is that Malnslole.

transportation when it is most needed. i the place where we fight any nation with which we go to Tuesduy Tuesday., lUO-nw-Chaplalnt': : Office, NATTC.

As long as it is possible to call a transportation war will be of our choosing and not theirs. NAtiS.Flint 17W1s30--Chaplain's Otilce, Yellow Water.
Third, possession of sea multiplies the effectiveness Thui' djy of each month 1700-1830.( Chaplaln'i 01rh'e -
pool dispatching center anywhere in power .NAA.s, Green Cove Spilnt.:*.
the Navy or Army, and NOT obtain a car or ; of land forces, and gives us what Mahan said British Second Room' Thui, "d.iv of each month 1630-:800, Reading ,
truck for official purposes, it is the opinionof sea power gave Wellington, the multiple use of the lim- Third:; Thursday! of each i>I poil.month:I 1300-16JO, Chapel, Jx

this newspaper that no automobile shouldbe ited forces at his disposal-Nelson's victories gave Englandthe

made available for civilian distribution. mastery of the Straits of Dover, of the Atlantic approaches -
and of the Mediterranean, that enabled Welling Airing Our ViewsHave

ton to land in Portugal in a peninsular campaign and laterto you heard the wartime taxpayers'

Guest Stars use the same veteran troops for the final campaigns in song ?-"Hurrah for the Bled-White and
the Low Countries. "
Granting that few of us can grasp l the Blue.
complete meaning of the Bretton Woods I Fourth, however powerful our land and air armies *

Monetary Proposal and many other equally! may be, it is command of the sea that enables their powerto With the Dardenelles looming larger and
I he applied, whether it is on the coast of North Africa larger
mystifying tangles, it is nevertheless a as a ]potential trouble spot, it seems as
I the beaches Normandy or in the jungles of Luzon. though the United Nations
bleach of faith to our dead brothers and buddies are going to
and to our yet unborn children to ignore i if I know that you are as aware as I am of the unique to "talk Turkey" pretty soon to head ha\'e.

f these many essential topics which are 'confronting : importance of sea power to the United States, but I have other international 1 incident.
us daily.-Patuxent Tester. told the professional officers of the Navy that they should 0 41..

I I keep repeating these basic truths and I believe I should That fifth-column that's been trying

l practice what I preach. to: lower U. S. morale)
Hitler was referred to as a "paper- / seems to be still active :

hanger," and Mussolini a "sawdust Caesar," they're going to start making gulf balls

bufloons, etc. But they were no buffoons. Quotable again.

f" They charted their courses and followed them ,I *

logically, in the end finally landing upon the "Quietly ana efficiently, two publicly unhonored and I Talk that a disgraced-by-defeat Hiruhito,

locks) and dying lonely, horrible deaths.JIutchinsnn .- unsung air wings ((1 and 18)) of the United States Pacific Fleet I would have to abdicate in favor of his offspring

". Habit. i have been clamping an increasingly tight blockade on enemysea I seems to make it "the land of the
I traffic moving between the home islands and the Asiatic rising son.

A home would seem peculiar without mir mainland.Iilitaey men are inclined to believe that this is

rors. It is just as true that one's life would the first major naval air blockade of an enemy country in
seem incomplete if he lacked the ability to the history of naval warfare."-John McCulIough in Philadelphia Stars

i see himself, to see himself as others see'him. Inquirer. Very few of us are in the service because

r Some'people are that way, however. They we crave a military career. On the

' go through life without ever sitting down "Our job now is to keep our owirlines of sea communication Nary, we are here because the rights of conk orr"

,fJ' and giving themselves a good self examina- open and to assure the strict blockade of Japan. Working;; people have been attacked, and/ we, as individuals -

: tion.-Corpus Christi !Ifram. with the H-29V: we can do the pinpoint work on small targets I ) intend to retain those rights, even at

while the big bombers go after large industrial establish- the cost of our Jhes.-Livermore Golden .
There are two roads to Tokyo. The'one ments."-Hear Admiral Hadford. Gn t Pr.

r through the skies already has been surveyed, I *

marked, graded hard-surfaced., It is car "It i isn't enough that we devise every kind of international "Peace will depend on the recognition of

. '. Tying an increasingly heavy traffic. There machinery to keep the i>eace. We must also be strong moral law and the world must listen to the

,. still remains to be built the road across the I ourselves Weakness cannot cooperate with anything. Only spiritual lflders.iolHtion of justice and J

beaches} of the home islands! and of China. It I strength can cooperate."-General Eisenhower. equality will undoubtedly become the seeds

is the harder 1 one. How long it will take to I of \\'orld'ar III whether these violations

make, what the cost will be, no one can Ea '.-I|I "Peace without the means to enforce it must remain a are by victor or 'nnclui5hed.Patuxent t

ry Dayt9naBeach; Gremlin i 4:.di earn."-Secretary Forrtstal. : Tester.

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5 July, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS

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By Kill I Smith, Y3c

Question: Do you thinkS ;
this country should have

peacetime compulsory mili.
tiiry: training?

lanta, Ga.
Yes. .We need something for a ,
police force After what has happened c
I think it will pay us to havea {
big peacetime Army and Navy. 3

i ,
Humboldt, Tenn. ; ,
Yes. A good offense is better y "
than defense. We, are less apt to
have some other nation start some. (
thing with us, if we're backed up o-
by a strong Army Also ,our views :
would carry more power with other lik j
'countries ;

1iT S
ren, Ohio
No. I don't think we'll need it. : 1. -L ',

S R. J. TOMSON, MoMM2c, Webster .' : : :
City Iowa
It's a good idea. It would give bi
# ; ,
young fellows a chance to break : "
away from home and get a few '
ideas of their own. But the main : ,; x }
thing, it will prepare us for the '
next war.PAUL ...

VITALE, S2c, New York -
City I I )
,f We still have to- have an Army
::111' peacetime, but. .1, don't think I II 1944.'r
I guys should be drafted A lot of
guys who didn't have any part of
i! .this war should be'anxious to join

up. THIS IS HOLLYWOOD'S IDEA of a "Safe and Sane'l Fourth of July. The -
Vivian Austin former champion swimmer and model. She will be seen on the
ROBERT DONALD' !ON, AMM \ersal's "Men in Her Diary," with Peggy Ryan, Jon Hall and Louise Albritton
3c Detroit, Mich.
Yes, so other countries won't
overrun us. And it'll probably be Legal
good for a lot of fellows 17 to
18-help 'em grow up. MAINSIDE Office Has

A. M. CLARK, S2c, Doylestown,
Pa.It Cases in 6 \
would be good training for WELFARE
young fellows and it might helpto
prevent another war. And, if Sailors
war came, the guys would know a I troubles, and !
little something. Parents shouldbe PRESENTSlIUINSmE NAS
glad for their sons to have such i tion, a report by
training; it'll make men of them.
I bright, legal
vealed this week.
Crossee, Wis. MOVIES During the
Yes in a way. A good year of I Today CRIME, INC.," Leo Carrillo, Martha Tilton 1945 a total of
military' training wouldn't hurt Friday-"IMITATION OF LIFE," Claudette Colbert. handled by the I
anyone. And a large standing I' Sat. & Sun.--"THE STORY OF G.I. JOE," a faithful film version I fice here,
Army would be one way of scaring I of Ernie Pyle's uncompromising story of war as it Is for the foot volume than at
into ,
other people doing light.
soldier. Burgess Meredith is excellent as Ernie Fyle. Taxation cases

A C. CLARK, AMM2c Philadelphia I Monday-"EAST SIDE OF HEAVEN," Ding Crosby. with 3,986, 78 per i :
I Miss Tuesday. & Wed.--"THE NAUGHTY NINETIES," with Abbott There were 352
, Yes. In case of another war we and Costello at their funniest. divorce, and ; I
wouldn't want to be caught like (Show time-1300, 1700, and 1930. Sunday at 1130 instead of 1300.] ,I 188 automobile ;
we were before. STUDENT riCKRS' THEATER ers of attorney;
Thurs. &. Fri.--"HER LUCKY NIGHT," Andrews Sisters' tenant cases; 81 ;
P. L. CARTER, S2c, Hunting Sunday-"IMITATION OF LIFE" Claudette Colbert cases; 40 contract ;
ton, W Va. Mon. & Tues.-"THE STORY OF G.I. JOE," Burgess Meredith. estate matters;
A good idea, so we wouldn't be I Wednesday--"EAST SIDE OF HEAVEN" Bing Crosby. proceedings; 35 I
caught off guard like we were the I (Show lime-2000.) matters; 24
last time, It would also be a good ---- -- ---- ings for alien : '
thing for the younger fellows. Theresa Kellehen. 21 instances of
WEDDINGSThe June 24: Delmar Fagerbuig and cases in civilian ;
ROGER, DODGER,.. Sir,.. Potlatch Shirley Mae Biuzzone; Jesse Jor. views for
S. C. matters; 15 ;
following weddings were don and Rebecca Hall
Right, brother, and they tate matters; 13
ought I performed at the StationChapels.: June 25: Gordon Jesmer and
the Soldiers' and
to start today drafting a peacetimeArmy
June 15: Raymond Roche and Helen O'Neill.June .
A from 'those factory workers I Katherine Ormour; June 16: Larsen 29: James Barnard and Act, and seven
., who hate spent about half this for a change of
Ormond and Corrine Patrick; Rosalie Lovers; John Binkley and
war out on strike Why, those I Glen Leach and Mary Moran; Catherine Johnson; Dan Phillips, The steady
bird must think their part of the Robert Marchand and Marjorie Jr., and Wanda Jean Merriman, ume of cases
Jap war's over the highhandedway Courter, June 30: Raymond Damchakand flected in the
the>"'re hitting around tellingthe June 19: Clinton Hentz and Marie Grosso; Bonnie L. Glass parative periods
government what they will do June Teto. and Sally Smith; Eugene McBride and one-half
and. won't ilci. Their Jobs should June 20: John Hoffman and Dorothy Jr. and Doris Gentle; Biad- half of 1943, a
Itti given to discharged veterans., Dillon; June 22: Leon Georgeand Sanderson and Geraldine Jones; were handled; I
Mln) ulll really Know how to appreciate Mule Weires Kermit Windham and Alice Al- the first half of ; I :
Midi soft-paying setups. I June 23: Charles Singer and bi lecht. the latter half: of
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Select Ted Tees OffIt's Fliers Play In Jax Tonight; ,


-Warner Sic- Go To Maxwell Field FridayGibbs

By Ralph ;

Memo to future Flier opponents 7f Shipyard, the tender part of a three-way deal the

-BEWARE. s \ w b highfalutin Fliers currently are working on, will be in the

(Incidental memo to Boston .. opposite dugout from the NAS nine tonight at the Jackson-

Red Sox-Your boy, Ted Wil- I 1. ville Ball Park.

liams, can still wield that bat.) Chet (Whitey) Prust will hurl for the Fliers in the 201B \

We hope we're not giving tilt which is free to Navy personnel, .J

away any military secrets to The "home" ; -

Flier foes, but it is becoming sandwiched in Field choice all will beacon be and hard hla

quite apparent that NAS hasa arduous road trips in Ezra (Mac) McCIothin,

ball club what is a ball club, the Fliers will currently Is as hot as the

to coin a phrase. One enthusiastic toughest competition .
observer declares the Fliers are the trio
season. Last night of tilts, the
the seventeenth major league lights at Ft. Pierce, club will get a rest. With
team, wartime vintage. Could he were slated to go after Victory League lulling between
be right? He could. No. 2 over the ambitious first and second half play, the

Look at the power-laden line-up _n Tomorrow the club will have only one engagement
a bangle for Ted" Williams, one of baseball's top Muggers,
that Ft. Pierce last tap next week when the
opened on to .Ala. to Way-
up Montgomery, .
who made hit first start for the fliers" last Friday in the 3 to 0 Air
Friday: the crack Maxwell Army Base nine comes
Pierce here." Ted is shown first after
triumph over Ft. reaching a
Alt Anderson, 3b, Pittsburgh Pirates line drive "single, over set'on(1Iu'h brought home two runners" in the team. on Friday, 13 July.
sharp and consistent hitter, The latter clash will the diamond offering Is
last of the third. I'aul Swoboda Is Amphib first sacker.
excellent fielder. -- -.-------- --- ------- -- ___ m of the strongest service the thin side for a few day!!,
Bob Kennedy, rf, Chicago White the southeast. Like the still are buzzing about the
Sox, an expert with the mace, first NAS SoftballersHalf HANDBALL CROWNWON Army club has compiled waged at Mason Field last
class fielder. standing record which when the Fliers, with four

Jack Baer c, Little Rock Trav- a loaf is better than none, half-dozen victories over I. League players in the line-
ellers, a fine, receiver, stout arm, according to an old saying but to BY STADLERHandball Association teams in beat back the invasion of the
long distance hitter. the classy NAS softball Fliers a games. At last reports, Pierce nine, 3 to 0. It was one

Ted Williams, If, Boston Red whole loaf is the thing.So paid off in a big way diers had won 36 games the best games of the year at .
this week the fast softball but four defeats Field and the
upped Fliers' .
Sox, enuf said. Monday for Myer Stadler, S2c, of
outfit its to add Manager to 23 victories
opens campaign Charley against
Charlie Woddail, cf, Atlanta the second half NAOTC League VF-5, who on that day won the has been" ejelng the losses. _
Crackers wields heavy stick, sure
championship to its first half hon NAS handball championship, a $25 -- --- -- --- -- -- ---
War Bond and a day off.
Charley Gehringer, 2b, Detroit ors.Manager Williams HotAs
Sax Elliot's Fliers
Tigers, again enuf said. were Using his powerful kill shot to ,
slated to meet Cecil Field here
excellent advantage, Stadler out.
Boerner Ib Columbus
George ,
Redbirds field hit. Tuesday, will go to Yellow Water pointed Chief L. F. Hennes in the
"good good for a joust tonight and will entertain AmphibsWith
finals match 21-4 18-21
thrilling ,
Bill DeMars, ss, Olean, N. Y., in
Municipal No. 1 here next
and 2117. Stadler admittedly
Pony League, sharp hitter, first-
class fielder. Tuesday night. All home games! is no youth, starred at the four major ---
Ezra McGlothin, Knoxville in the second half will be playedat game in YMCA clubs in New York their lineup, including Ray GoOlsby. Kennedy"
NAS on Tuesdays with road City.In. five innings and Williams
starters Ted
Smokies, blinding speed, curves galore carded .
games on Thursdays.The winning the NAS title, Stad- Kennedy the NAS Fliers
hits too, was "fifth" big Fliers fine ,
compiled a
leaguer in lineup last Friday.That's of nine victories In 10 record ler picked up the $25 War Bond the touted Ft. Pierce honors with Williams
a fast lineup, brother. to take the first half contests of- first prize in the tourney sponsored to 0, here last Friday to Ezra (Mas) McGlothin, ace
by the Welfare Department.In their bid as the who the
Three American Leaguers, one the NAOTO loop in a walk. Cecil outpitched
from the National, one American Field, the second place club, addition, when "the champ" reported mond aggregation in Marshall Wardrop of the
for work Tuesday he ran Williams' bat .
Association, three Southern powerful
was three full behind with
Association, one Pony League. 6and4. into an added prize in the form of the margin of victory as was the best mound job of

And, to coin another phrase, The NAS team wound up the a day off.Stadler. gained their twenty-third year by Big Mac, former
that ain't all. Backing up this opening half Monday with a 3 to 0 entered the finals witha in 26 games, while tosser, who let the Am-
star-studded nine are Pitchers triumph over the fifth place Lee 21-10, 21.14 victory over Lt M Pierce down to its third down with three little sin-

Johnny Bittner, Hollywood Stars: Field outfit there. The veteran Hand. Hennes reached the runner- 30 starts. Behind excellent support
Don Carter, semi-pro who has the Max LeGate recorded the shutouton up position by outlasting Chief The former Boston combined blazing speed
stuff; Uiet (Whitney) Prust, Mil a five-hit mound job. The Warrant R. C. Smith, 21-18, 2119. star, making his first a wide variety of dazzling

waukee Brewers; Lefty Phil Miller game was a playoff of a previously --... ..- AS'H drove home _two: to hurl hitless ball for five"
Patterson, N. J.; Jack Seid- rained out tilt. ine iniru inning wnn two-thirds innings: He fanned.
witz Butler Pa. Outfielder NETTERS ENTERQUARTERFINALS smash over second base and walked three.
E ; Hugh Adding to their overall record,
McConnell, Anniston, Ala.; Infielder which stands at 13 victories up the final tally with a Wardrop lived up to his ad-
John :McCullough, Jacksonville; against the lone setback, the Fliers dous ('louttoad/ for a notices, but a costly error
the last of the sixth.
Tom Hopkins, Anaheim, Cal.; Ben hopped down to Daytona Beach With third round matches sched- his Goolt>by and Williams' potent
Also debut
Lawson, semi-pro; Bill House, last week and administered a 4 to uled to be completed by today, *making k proved" his downfall. The
semi-pro, and several other talented 0 pasting to the Welch\Army Hospital the fast moving NAS Open Tennis White Fliers Sox was third Kennedy sacker., college! ace from renD
players. ten of that city. W. H. Sams, Tournament enters the quarter !: limited the Fliers to five
dy failed to gather a hit
who takes his shutouts as a mat n.
finals tomorrow. All quarter-final j
times at bat, though he
Williams and ter of course, was on the mound matches must be played by next base and one down in the third. J
Kennedy are expected for the locals and held on on an error
the Army pool."M 1
_to play in all the home club to two ineffective bineles. I I Monday. last trip to the plate dropped Kennedy's short
games, but because of their intensive The final first half Second round duels, played early sharp line drive into the Catcher Jack Baer, who .
t pilot training, they probably the NAOTC League (Northern this week, cut the field in half in ed.for Little .Rock. produced j
won't play on the road. This ought Sector) follow: the scramble for the NAS single SOFTBALL uaer tOOK second as
to be good news for the Maxwell Team W \ L title and the first prize of a $25 beat the play at third
Field team, which entertains the CField 9 1 War Bond. Up to presstime, one (Results to I July) a beautiful slide. Williams'!,
Fliers tomorrow. .The fast Army 6 4 third round match had been OFFICERS' filed out the first time up,

nine will be a choice plum for the Lake Municipal City 3 5 5 5 played, Lt. (jg) Begal defeatingH. Team (Admlrd'i Cup) came through with a drive to

locals to pick-If they can reach Lee Field 4 6 Wolf, 6-2, 6-0. MF-OTU 14 e .
that high. If McGlothin is as hot Yellow Water 1 9 Results of the second round follow VPB Operations 31 off the last of the sixth
as he was last Friday, they'll do it. doting Store : A. Berk defeated Thomas VF-3 7 thrilled the crowd of over !
NAS Jax 3, Lee Field 0 I Ewaldo, 7-5, 6-0; Ensign Mardaga with a rrific blast over 400
Yellow Water 4 Municipal I 1.
MINOt LlAGI'ESalvage : in right field. the fact
In addition to power hitting, NAS, lax 2, Lake City 1. I defeated H. Burmester, 6-4, 9-7; Only
excellent, fielding and good IFf rJd6,4'y Municipal 3. Cdr. Laizure defeated Joe Brown, Hq 122 33 W Right Fielder Ed Keehan was
Lee Water 0. 6-4 6-3 Smith Alex virtually out of sight held
pitching, the fliers have that lit- Cecil Field 2, Lake City 1. ; Hugh over Dispensary 9
lanky at third. lie
tle extra something that pulls -.....- Staneck, default; G. Reedy defeated NS Post Office 7 slugger
close games out of the fire. It W. S. Walker, 6-1, 6-4; J. Sit. ADU Galley 3 5 9 could have scored any

is their alert, heads-up brand of Ring Team Will Seek ton defeated F. Wixson 6-4, 2-0, Communications 1
McConnell took for
play 6-li; J. Small defeated Lt. (jg) over
Erors Revenge Over Cecil MORNING a third and came home
Freed 6-3
are tew and far between, 6-1.
(Commanding Officers ) Outfielder Charlie Uoddail'f
and mental miscues are even Lt. Levandowski's NAS boxing Lower bracket-Lt. (Jg) Begal vS- x g fly
nearer. All this comes from experience team: handed its first setback of defeated E. R. Ewell, 6-0, 6-0; H. MF-OTU 3 Charley Gehringer, cf ":

and that's what Gehrin- the outdoor season last week at B. Wolf defeated J. :M. Elliott, 6-2, A&R 14 11 Tiger fame, and Alf An- 6'
ger's crew has plenty of. Cecil Field, is looking forward to 6-2; R. A. Clark over N. L. LJnham, Supply 30 ex-Pittsburgh Pirate,
The fifth inning of the game a return match with the Cecil default; Joe Trosper defeated C Commissary 8 out the quartet of major Wf

with Ft. Pierce provided a perfect sluggers scheduled here on 20 Kirby, 6-4. 6-0; Fred Miller defeated Salvage Public Works 6 8 wearing Flier suite and

example of wide awake play. You July. T. J. Stone, 4-6, 10-8, 6-0; H. VM S : rapped one hit.

seldom see a pitcher give two The match will open the home Babbitt defeated P. L. Fox, 6-1, T-4 : Sen Ice 5 : box!: score: ;
walks in one inning and still face slate for the local fighters, who 6-3; C. D. Nelson defeated Lt Cdr. Ship's 3 "T. rime: .

only three batters. That's what also will-meet Municipal twice in Bowen, 6-2, 6-1. AFTERNOON, J.E AB. H O A '
iiotief_ phy,3b 1 1 1
happened in the first '-01-- .
of the fifth, -- -- iiomminiiinr tiiiitrt ) ,rf 3 1 II 0
with Catcher Baer as the hero of Cecil Field won handily In the Marine Team W the piece. clash there, taking six of nine Baldwin Cops Two VF-S Bks 33 15 by.d 4 0 4 0

McCarty, first Amphib up, bouts. The results of the bouts Events Distance Hospital 9 ,,.. :3 3 1 0 3 0 2 0
worked McGlothin for a walk. Baer follow: Jimmie Laney, Cecil, de- ; O Main& G Galley 10 ,2b I 0 3 2
then made a great catch of Stall- cisioned Glenn Stutz; Harold Swims On SaturdayThe Personnel 10 8 I .e 304 *
cup's foul. With Poole at bat, Smith, Cecil, decisioned Horton Chiefs Club 7 .p 3 0 0 1

McCarty streaked for second, but Hinton; Jerry Green, Cecil, de- establishment of station Docks Boathouse& Ferries 3 j& 3 34 i
perfect teamwork between Baer isioned Barry Howard; Frank swimming records was continued Garage/ 1 2 -m. .
j and Gehringer turned the attempt. Thoades, Cecil, decisioned Joe last Saturday with marks being -
,iI' ed steal into the second out-and Thompson; Tommy Roberts, Cecil, set in the 50-yard free style and ---- AB 3 -If O 0 :

. by a good 10 feet Poole then decisioned Willy Bailey; Jack Mad- iO-yard breast stroke. Twenty-seven years ( J 0 1 0

I' drew a pass only to be nipped off sen, Cecil, decisioned Bill Krebs; Joe Baldwin, SpA)3c) came out won their first national :1 I 1 0 0'7 3 0
I first by the Baer-Boerner duo.Three Barney :Muringham, NAS, scored a the victor in a wild scramble in doubles title at Longwood, ,, 2 1 0
up, two on, three down. TKO over Gene Krug In two min the free style event, traveling the Big Bill Tilden) and Vincent llll 1 00 0
utes and 54 seconds of second 60 yards in 25 seconds. T S. ards teamed once again to 3 0 2 0
4 1 6 3
Williams' mighty blast to rightIn round; Toby Reid :NAB, kayoed Duncan of NATTC was second, pro doubles crown. The ,, J 0 8 0
the last of the sixth was the Charles Smith in two minutes and and Charlie Davis, the 100yardfree the golden twenties ,.. i 0 2 1 iIi\
highlight the game and caused 46 seconds of second round; and style champ, who incidentally favored and far more ,II 0 0 .,
I" wide speculation as to its dis- Jimmy Moore, NAS, decisioned discovered that pork chops and combination of Van Horn 30 5 37 7 '
tance. Estimates ranged from 350 Jimmy Gresham. swimming don't mix was third. Skeren, of Los Angeles, 7- .
. 6-2, Sunday in New York Pierce ( JO) 000 000-0 3 1 x
to 410 feet. With the -
assistance Baldwin
i'-a-- repeated in the 50-yard 002 001 OOX-3 5 0 .
H of the Public Information Officer, 'I GREAT LAKES, 111.-With'Bob breast stroke, with B. Harlan of I their chance Saturday
:t a nix-inch ruler, and an occupant Feller striking out seven In his six TATTC second and S. Pincus next two events will be .(.iQOl Kennedy Baer, McConnell Er-

,/ of the Marine Barracks who saw innings of pitching, and Max :Marshall third. The time was"36.1. the program, which'will be 2, Runs Two batted base hits In. Wil-An-

just where the ball landed, we hitting two home runs, Great Larger and classier fields com- the mainside pool, are the Three base hits, William
hereby report the horsehide hada Lakes won its fifteenth game in peted in the two events than in I style and a 75-yard on bases Ft Pierce 5. NAS 6.
on balls off 3 Mc-
ride of 420 feet, plus a roll of 18 starts, beating the Milwaukee previous meets, and ,future races medley Entries can be 3. Struck out.Wardrop by Wardrop, 4,
36 more. That's no Texas leaguer Brewers, 8 to 3, Monday in an promise even more exciting com I calling Lt.. Sax Elliot at 0. Hit by pitcher, Keehan. )
anybody's league. exhibition game. petition. Distance swimmers have i contacting Baldwin at the 1 of game 1.6X,: UmplietlJ rnaty


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5 July, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

-oIQ:' Y Grid Chief And Player-Colleague TIlE >.*L WZ NCr KVJtl: I The Wolf by Sansone, I

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Sgt. Robert M. lllgglng and w S ?

Stfsgt. Art Novak .

THIS HAS BEEN a very hectic ra,4i'si, /t

week for ,this hapless scribe. Firstof '
all Ormsby has been laying in

w wait for me with that same war I"
club we wrote of last week. Then ,

there is the FUBAR, incident :,t \,

Shortly after our last article appeared /

we received an anonymous y

jf phone call from the Welfare Office
implying veiled threats of

what would befall any Marine attempting

to bring FUBAR backtothe o'h '

Corps. I believe that the party :Ott

: W' i who called was a WAVEperhaps -

a short Wave. In the courseof
the conversation I asked whether

I might interview the duck,

___ and when he was put on the phoneit 'Beat it. Bub-she my governess!"
sounded as though he said that I

somebody was "quacked". Thus __ ___J
S far our Investigations have revealed

j.. that the duck in questionhas

.- a very adventurous, though f COMMERCIAL BULLETIN I
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Head Coa('h Jim Tat urn, kneeling;; and Line Coach Doug Doug- lurid, past. One source, not authenticated

law are not waiting for the leaven to fall before getting doff n, to gridtMittlnes advises that he wasa FOR REtiT --
member of the Pacific Fleet and Large, double room. 2118 RhertideAtt. 1935 Chrysler trdun. Chief Kmp.
I' They are conducting three beKsIoneekl> In a clinic for Turret School NATTC.
for time Phone 7-7251. till 8b78 or
was sea-going quite some
player**-a preliminary to regular practice for the Flier grid squad
before his present. assignment to Reservations taken In home HolljHood double bed. Two pre-war
"; Tatum took over the head coaching reins this year after assistingDon private ,
... shore duty. This should account for temporary roomers can6298! chests of drawers. Other mlirellneoua *-
Fan rot last season. lie will receive plenty of help from Douglas,
far his peculiar gait. The burn. Mrs Thomas, Riverside household itemi. Call 2.2051
,. who will play tackle In addition to his coaching actUities. alter 1700.Ulnnctte .
__ __ __ __ h't ing question remains "Is FUBARa Room with private bath. $12 per
salted quacker" ? week Mrs. John; Hall 1605 Ooodwlnbt net, table, four C'halu. rhloa
t' ., Phone 7-6828, cabinet, new itudlo couch new five
Duke All-American To WING 9'S Tech. Sgt. Bill Ellison piece bedroom let with box tprlnfu.

has been sporting some colorful Bedroom with adjoining bath for rhone 8293.
and newly etched tattoos. Few officer and wife Kitchen privileges.On I .
On NAS Eleven know that Bill has a tattooed lady- river near Vrnetia, Roma Blvd. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS
Play Call MOM! Mrs. D. Woodall.. Ride to West Coast for officer and
:. friend, and he and she are having wife oa or about 7th .f July. Will
acontest to see who can acquirethe Room for service couple. St. Nicholas drive and share. expenses Entlfi"
1\ ; Stock in the 1945 Flier football club shot upward last most tattoos. Park. Breakfast privileges for wife. Martin. Call 2.8 90.

wEek when Lt. Dan Hill, one of Duke University's grid greats, DID YOU: KNOW i'IIAT-Corp. Phone 9-6237. Ride wanted to San Diego *n or

:"s checked in at NAS. Barney Murnighan who hails from Double room for couple. Mrs. Williams about July 10. Will share driving ;'f1
the undefeated Tel. 2- 859. 3889 Oak St. and rxpenaes. Phone 8597, 111,..
Welding Shop was
Ready to resume relations with the pigskin after 16 Betty "t't'd.Ue"ard .
light! heavyweight champion boxer Double room. Convenient t6 busses.
Jl' -, months aboard the carrier I 1 l in the Central Pacific on the Murray Hill section. 4739 Royal' Are. for Information leading t.

't'f Lexington, Hill will play cen- Station Loop} Ends Islands of Rol and NamurWedding I'hone583.. rental wanted of furnished for house or or apartment er-
ter for the Fliers and assist First Half chimes were rung recentlyfor FOIL SALE about 1 August 1945. Nalker, C",
': Head Coach Jim Tatum in the TodayTwo SttS 't. Baldy Balderson of '36 Oldsmobile right; sedan tall Bacon 1;xt 679 Legal Office
Station League games are Materiel. Congrats, Baldy. Lt: 8389 told Storage Plant.
t"mentoring depaitment. on tap this afternoon officially StfSgt. Thomas P. McMenamy is FOR SALE
The Duke star will be the Fliers' Three one-wav tickets to Miami. 1938 Plymouth 4-door sedan In perfect
'I first half in daddy of a 7 lb. 10
the the-proud oz.
winding up play
Lewis Stein, !s oK> \2t. tall txt.: 8371 condition. Call E. Kctf, AOM3r,
second; player-oach, sharing this circuit. The contests will pit the baby boy. Ought to see him strut at Barrack' A3, };xt. 8306.
classification with Lt: Otis (Doug) champion NATTC Air Raiders "U. S." O'Brien of Wing 3 One three way floor lamp with l"lllel
Douglas, a grid legend at William against MAD and T-4 against MF- is known as the Galahad of the one glass. top coffee or cocktail table; Home furniture, Including H Irkrt
one living; room wall mirror with I ornamental Settee and Rocker, day b'dl. bookcase
r and Mary College. Hill is rated OTU. Unit. Obie was seen recently giving gold frame. All practicallynew ete. I'hoae8885..
\ one of the greatest centers in NATTC virtually sewed up the up his raincoat in a driving for $.10 1;xt: 553, or 4829 River-

: : Duke's lustrous history. lie captained opening half crown a couple of rainstorm to a WAVE who was dale Rd.Illonde Piece, fSO thing.(10. room 1221-A suit Hancock-good condition "1.

: the powerful Blue Devil weeks ago and now is away out already soaked. So they both were mahogany dining room set, Natal Air station,
eleven of 1939, and for his sterling in front with a 9-2 record. The soaked but chivalry is not dead, $200. OterktuKed settee, 3 chairs I I and
play was selected All-American second half is expected to start is it, Ozie ? Sgt. Tom Lavin stool, $ISO; two bedroom I.ta. innerspring FOR KK.NT
mattress. Rugs. All practically Bedroom In private home. >o Ml-
ceruc: next week with the probability of I formerly a memeber of Col. Ed- new. Pre-war Phone 29852.29J8 drea or pt'h. Anyone interested
lie also starred on the great another club entering to make it son's First Raider Battalion and Yale, Ortega. please rail8WI2J.. Addretk 240 M.
r ; ; Duke team of '38 which lost to a six-team league. now in the photo lab of this Unit, Ninth street Near bus stop.
+ Southern California in the Rose The has been mistaken for Bing Crosbyon Five home room fIIrDl white brlek't'Dt't'r -- ;
standings to 3 July: ht'd. Three miles from FOIM! Ten campaign ribbon
.1 Bowl, 7 to 3, after going through Team W L several occasions. It is not NAS. Near -McUlrfs Creek on 110th wired together Owner may claim
s c the season undeffated and un- NATTC 9 2 because of his singing either Street and Ortega farms Illvd. See. by Identifying them at the Ship
i K. W. llamblen. A&R Shop 568-8 Service filling station.
There is a senior NCO in this Unit
4 scored 11111 will be
; on. sports T-4 6:5: Shift, or at house
field director here in charge of A&R 6 6 whose wife calls him "Baby". His' lOsTt Lady'a gold lluloia witch.
physical training for Ship's Com MAD :5 6 initials are I{. V. Sgt. Stock- 1941 Tratlo house trailer. Occupancyon Cull Mary Ann Martin, .Est. 831)7.)
well reads this column faithfully. or about July 25th. Yukon Trailer
pany. MF-OTU 5 6 Park Lot 26, or Phone 8J2J C. A. FOR JUNTt: Double room with private -
The stocky Douglas, who rocks ----....---- AS FAR AS playing ability and Iransen.Prewar. bath and private.. entrance1. One
the scales up to 230, intends to team: spirit the Unit beseball teamis block from beach, 220 Magnolia St.,
Kula Blasts 238-Yard in gas range, Manic Chef por- Neptune Beach Rear garage apart
play first string tackle "unless a tops league. Thursdaywe celaln, table top, broiler, automatic meat No children or pets. Mr..
better one comes along." He won wound up a streak of four wins oven control. Purchased 1944, used J. i. Duke.
'I all-state honors for three years at Drive To Win ContestA by beating A & R in a fast and three months $100. One Llectric
steam radiator. Suitable for heating FOB SALE 1937 Deoto four door
238-yard drive and three- furious Lt. Bob Kennedy
: William and Mary, 1929-31, and a game. one or two rooms. (JO. One portable sedin. Good tlrea. Contact llr\r
captained the team in his final ball average of 223 yards were formerly of the Chicago White plywood 10 foot rowboat. Completewith Hill, Bk.. 1, or Mra. Hill *-it. 8468.
'I V year. lie was assistant grid coach good enough to haul down the two Sox, sparked the team to victoryby oars etc. (511. Lt R. D.
both his brilliant play in the field. Itljth, I SV, Phone 8616 or 8592. tan FOR HhNTi: Flie room apartment In
top prizes $5 in Serv-
at his alma mater from 1932 to Ship's be area at 4564 flmuquana Rd. duplex house, to party buying complete -
'39, working in a couple of seasons ice chits, in the driving contest Lt. Boerner, Lafaucl and Jones furnishings for 4UO.. Rent |37,&tt
of pro grid play with the Portsmouth held at the Station Golf Course were hot and what with the comIng "Coolerator" Ire' box.: Used only six per mo. Contact Mrs >orln, txt.:
of Lt. Ted Williams to the weeks' '50. Tel. 8oU8.I 286.
Monday. :
Va., team in the Dixie
League. A. L. Kula CoxSc of the POW team it looks as though the' pres- I

t: In 1939 he became line coach at Dept., blasted out the 238 yarder ent league leaders had better stand Municipal One Artist I

Akron University, and from 1940 while Lt. (Jg) Ted Lenzcyk had aside and let a real team take the
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The Officers still
the highest pennant.
to 42 was head mentor and athletic average.A
1 director there Douglas, who third prize of $3 was won by leading the Softball league and

also starred on the William! and A. G. Schmidt, MMlc, of A & &, their only serious opposition seemsto ,
I .
Mary swim team, is in charge of with an average of 203. F. J. be from Operations.HO
swimming here. Arend Sic, of NATTC, was fourth HUM, another column, another I I; :
I lawsuit. Now we can relax
t.; With Hill tutoring the centers with 189. I
back to novel
and get writing our
and Douglas working with the The contest ended a series of It is entitled "The. Gambler's h i a. ,v -
weekly meets held at the I
t line Tatum is gradually rounding course.
{ Gain" or "I'd like another roll I
out his coaching staff. Lt. Jack Harvey, station pro has an- mother. Pass me the dice".
Swede Anderson, former backfield nounced that the next big event

J S. .1 : mentor at Indiana U. under a match play tournament, probablywill ties yesterday were as follows:

., l '. MeSUlllan will assist Tatwn be held late in August. Executive Department. .3414NAO1C
-' i .. ... .. ... . . 316%
with the backs. Lt. Joe Uebely, t--- A, D. U . . .. . . . .. 130%
!r who coached<< at California U. T-:! . . .. ....... .. .., ..114"6IIOSpttal
and St. Marj's rrt'Fllght111 Bond Drive .. . .. .. ... ...... .110% l
-fit;i'I T-l . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,110"%
; be the trainer. ; .V . 102% I
,: Other mentors who \vill assist Phyi.Ting. .& \\elfare.. ........ 98%
their naval Nears Goal Communications .. .. .. ...... 97%;1
Tatum, providing A & R . . . ,... ...". 71%
duties permit, are Lt. George Van 1& S . . . . ..... .... 68%
Bibber, athletic director and line Continued From Page One XI, Js2 XJ PO1 .... .. ... ... .. 61%
with 105: . . '. ,
at Connecticut U. Lt. top per cent. T-2 .'. eo"
coach ; It was nip and tuck for first Medical nl .. . Y."i! .. Y. 57%
George Barkky, Dartmouth line VF5 .. 52%
mentor, and Lt. Welcome Shearer, place between Main Station's two Publicorki : :: : ::::: :::: :: .a.: : : 49%
leading bond-buying units, the Ordnance & Gunnery. .. .. ... 47%
Florida U.Nearly Executive Department and NAO T-3 , .-. . .. . 47%
100 gridJers have been Yard Department .. .. . . .. 46%>
working out in the "clinic" being TC. Yesterday's figures showed Supply .. .. ....... .. .. .. 37% .
that the Executive VrB2Vl .. 30% "" ......
,I held three times weekly by Tatumat nosed ahead with 341 Departmenthad MF-oFu : : : : : :::::::::::: ::.:.. 16%
the Mustin-Yorktown athleticarea. per cent Transportation .. ..... ...... 10% ENS HAROLD RAVACIIE of "The Nativity" and "The Lad
The players, are devoting a against NAOTC's 316 per cent Marine Barracks ,. .. . .... 10% Brooklyn, N. Y., and Chaplain Supper." Ens. Ravache, trainingas
f good bit of the practice time, 0915 Rear Guard BOQi & 2, .. ., .. .. .. .. .. 4% Greer Imbrie stand before one of a PB4Y pilot, executed the
to 1015, in learning to run plays The BOQ's were trailing behind Standings: of the outlyinauxiliarieswere the two murals painted by Ens. paintings between hops. He has

from the flashy T-formation, and with only four per cent, and Trans- Municipal No.1. ... .. .. "., .2S4% Ravache for the chapel at the also done murals for the Student,
have to the where portation and the Marine Barrackswere May Port ...,.... < J05% U. S. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Officers' Mess at Corpus Christ
progressed Oclf Field .......t:::::::.:::;;. 90%
next with
"tag" scrimmages loon will be the only 10,per cent. NAGS .1..................... 81% Jax Municipal No. 1. The paintIngs and for the Protestant Chapel, at -.:
order of the day. Standings of the; various activi- Lee Held ........ .......' ..... 28% 4x5 feet in size, are entitled Chapel Hill, NVTC.I "t

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Page Eight ("T .TT '"M .TAX AIR NEWS NEWS 5 July, 1945


I Civilian Employees' NewsAddress INTERIM OVERHAUL DIVISION '4 'A:

Communications to Editorial Offices Olson am? Olson Arc On llie Road Again-To Home; Sweet Home '

Personnel Relations Office, Bldg. 13, Box 22 .. _
By A. V. De Maria
Telephone Extension 483 welcome. His address is CASU at the last half of the 7th ;".
and Olson Inning
News, a section of the Jax Air : are
; The Civilian Employees' I (F) 69, c/o Fleet Post Office, San some one stole first base and the <"'
News, la devoted to reporting the news of the Naval Air Station'sCivilian on the rotfd again. Yes, the road Francisco, California He said to game was called off.

Employees and is sponsored by the to Home Sweet Home. What is tell everyone here "hello." If anyone wants any more information .

Employees' Association for Civil ;Service' Employees the Navy's loss is Wisconsin'sgain -We really are happy for Ila Page i about this perfect picnic,
Officers : ;: Watch farm production Increase Perber, who is on a 30-day leaveto ask 2-year-old Bobby DeYoung.
William O. Kincaid, President Pfvilip; D. Myers, Treasurer now, for Olie has receivedhis welcome home her soldierhusband He didn't miss a thing

Directors I' ; discharge and he and Helen are who has been a prisoner of We, who were there, are just

George ii. Martin u< ;. Mell C. Jackson going to Green Bay, Wisconsin, to war for 22 months. It was many sorry that you, who werent tha tv
Frank H. McKinley t Donald A. Woods start a new life. It has been swell, months that Ila's heart was heavy missed a good time. Now
Philip D. Myers '. Kenneth M, McDuffle knowing you and working with you because she did not hear from her I I heft Chief Barret wants to say,
Daniel R. Whiddon William O. KincaiJ both. husband after receiving' word he after' looking over our production ,::
News Reporting Staff So long and good luck, kids. was missing, but she never gave report, that he is mighty proud of .
Assembly and Repair: To our very charming friend, up hope. Then came the happy us and Hangar 123. This is a swell !

a Head Reporter................................................Euleene Willlngham Jewel Mock, goes Cur heartiest day. lie was liberated: and came gang, doing a swell job under the 'A':?
Inspection and Survey: congratulations and best wishes home. To those who have dear supervision of a swell Chief. ': ';'

Head Reporter_..............._._............__........_.Helen M. Styron for a happy married life. Jewel is I ones overseas, let this be an inspiration We have fun together, we work "
Public Works Department: I now Mrs. Charles W. Chapman, to you ahd have faith. together, and It is up to us to raise '','

Head Reporter.--...._..?......_.-...........,?...Ethel :M. Shanahan and will be leaving us soon, to join Folks, don't you think we havea $6,000.00 in bonds together Let's
Supply Department: Mr. Chapman at Banana River, clever artist and' sign painter in do it. "We can and we will. Go

Head Reporter........A........-..........-................................ Leola Jones Florida, where *he is stationed In our midst? None other than Janet to the War Bond desk and get
the: Navy. I' Kenney, AMM3c, Shop 1222. Let's yours and make another little big "
Chief Roberson is doing a very give her a big hand even if the guy still more proud of us.
CIVILIAN OF THE WEEK capable job in the chair for our clothes did get wet. -',,==._ ,- -
honorable Leading Chief F. D. After careful planning, a lot of
Dechert: while the latter is enjoyIng hard work, and anticipation, the
l'Irs. F/orine/ Gannaway Is lodeslYcll Lilted his well-earned leave and belated weather man certainly spoiled an

honeymoon.So otherwise good picnic. However,
When Mrs. 'Florine Gannawaywas f -"" "- .-.--::. : sorry you tried to hang your- we had plenty of food, fun, and few
asked to give some detailsof ';, ,'f"4 : self, Robbie.. Take .
r. care of the people at Golden Head State Parkon
: :
her life she very humorously re It : :" ., 1 ne'er.- You- ran _fllwnva)..._ ".-eta "*.ew Sunday. Some times I wish
plied, "I have spent all my life ring. we were like camels and have 9 I By Clayton K. Owen
doing nothing." In that answer ., (; > Lieut. (jg) Hitch is on tempo- stomachs, but this time we would Safety Engineer
1 Assistant
lies the modesty that is just one rary duty in San Diego
n up have been lucky if we would have f.
of the characteristics that -t\ the
many t : \\'i' latest information on RID had only 2 stomachs-one for beer
people love in her personality .. I planes.
and one for ice cream.
Mrs. Gannaway was born in We are happy to report that I IN SPITE of the weather, which
Charleston, South Carolina She Master' Bobby McGraw, son of reallywasn't so bad after all. we X
graduated from Meminger High Lieut. (jg) McGraw, is recovering I enjoyed music furnished by Tiny w4Ar MAVVENED
School 'or Girls of that same city rapidly from a broken pelvis bone. A PASSIM: AUTO &r
with her
Symasek guitar and man. ov'ERA R ME-1 WAS CROSSING
Her first pay check was earned Word has been received that Carl dolin and her sister Marion Bjork- THE JT ET AGAINST
school where she had received H. Law is TME LIGHT
in the very happy as a Marine land on her piano accordion. Also
education, working for at Parris
Jer Island, South Carolina
vocal numbers by DeYoung and NEVER
the superintendent of schools of and would love to have letters hIs barber shop sextet. Jerry \

Charleston.In from all those who care to write I Thompson and the "Ink Spots" deserve -
S 1921 Mrs. Gannaway arrivedin Imagine Carl as a Gyrene | a round of applause for their
Jacksonville Florida to accepta GREETINGS: Welcome into our harmony A' Softball game was I
position with the law firm :Mi- big)! happy family the newcomers II the afternoon's attraction with 14 I
lam Mclllvaine and Milam, where G. G. Butner AMMlc
and Maltha men against 6 women and the
she spent 20 years in private sec tcCrea.. We are glad to see Mildred I score was 7-6, in favor of the women AiiAiM"I
retarial work. When Mr. A. Y. i"', < Stefanski back on the floor Betty Glazebrook was captain,
Milam was made Executive Vice Mrs. Cannauay! Once an Interim Overhauler, al.ways Lieut (jg) McGraw was referee,
Presiden of the D P. Davis prop- __ an Interim Overhauler
and Mr. Schneider was backstop.
't.ertles he went to Tampa, Floridato is the connecting link tying together Received a letter from Harold Spatz Mailey was chief catcher for ;
build Davis Island, taking his the many administrativedetails L. Hodge, AMlc, who left us for both sides and Mr. DeYoung was
"right arm" along as one of the in sunny California. He is
necessary personnel operations having' first baseman He did a beautiful I
family to take care of all the con good: time but
of a large station. It's misses his many version of the "spreading eagle" in
fidential legal proceedings."It lucky she doesn't have to pay a friends here and letters are most his mad scramble for a "B" liner.
was really a wild place during nickel for every phone call she \
1925 1926 and 1927 with the --. r'.5.
makes or receives in the course ofa --" -J ''I
boom' in real estate taking place," day's business, because it would "I This fellow lost the seat of hU -
our civilian said as she leminls-! soon take a full week's salary! pants. He might have lost his life. '..<;1
cenced over this exciting expeilence I This family has really gone all- ; /< :'l So the difference between a
When Mr. Milan was electedas out for the war effort and are doing comic picture and a tragic one .;
Speaker of the House of. Representatives : more than their share for the is a matter of inches and a little \
Mrs. Gunaway attended U. S. Navy. Mrs. Gannaway's husband luck. -'J.('

the sessions in Tallahassee Mr. O. B, Gannaway Is ,,' ; Hidden in the pedestrian accident .r
serving as court stenographer. I an employee at Naval Air Gunner figures of the National Safety /
Tampa School. She has four sisters: Elizabeth Council are the tragic stories of /'

While in Tampa she met her Hoag, a former employee of ; I thousands of men, women and children ,.':-1:
"future", Mr. O. B. Gannaway, and I this station who now devotes her 1 who paid too much-and too .J'

was married in Jacksonville. Sep hours to her son; Marguerite Lytle, soon-for their chance-taking on .:f
tember 14, 1927. a Staff Court Reporter at NAOTCin the street ;'
The Labor Board was just being the Admiral's Office, Grayson Let's look at a hundred representative ':'
organized when Mrs. Gannaway. Macllwaine, Personnel Assistantof fatal cases: }' }
started to work on December 3, the Veteran's Rehabilitation Seventy-five of every hundred \ ':skilled :,
1910. Deciding to shed some of Program at the U. S, Naval Hospital on the street or highway ',\\
the responsibility she had known ; and Edith Summerell. whois > .. were doing something admittedly
with the law firm and to have civilian superintendent of Health .. unsafe. '
Saturday's off she came to the Records Department in the Main 1 Four of them were children ;,,
Naval Air Station, where a few Dispensary. To round out this playing in the street. ,
weeks later they declared Satur- patriotic family is a younger ,j j.'i j.- Eight of them, mostly grownups .. \
days a day of work Mrs. Ganna- brother who just returned to the were killed wayklng into the :
way wittily remarked, "After thatI States from the South Pacific aft (" street from behind parked cars. "'s;,
told Mr. J. W. Carson I was er 24 months of active duty. He ." d Nine of every average hundred '
hired under false pretenses.! now wears five major battle starson < !I 't'W", ;>' i' victims too late how dangerous It
When "Supie (short for super- his campaign ribbons, and is is to walk "with" traffic on the
visor as she is affectionatelycalled awaiting orders in San Diego. highway. -
by her girls at the PRD) When questioned about a hobby Five died at intersections; buck.
came Into the department as Clerk I she replied, "Working in the gar- ing the red light.Thirtyfive ,
Typist, all personnel actions and i den," but those who know her well crossed-or tried to
employment were handled In one will disagree-It's definitely "do cross-in the middle of the block
'section When asked what work I ing for others." The grimmest fact has not yet
she she "A little I been told. "
performed replied ------- ---- -
bit of everything Including cor- It is the fact that in the mind.,
beneficiaries of most of us there lies the dJ.n.9'J
respondence, applica- Record Set For
tions, Interviewing and any records gejous thought: "IT CAN'T HAP-
I "
: pertaining to IV (b) employees >
." At that time personnel FightersIn It can; unless we guard ourselves -
actions procedures for group IV I It MAY! ,:

(b) employees were separated from '

groups II, III and IV (a I. Combat ZoneFlying Personnel; '
1'roniotecl NAS On 7?;

Mrs. Gannaway was promoted I from the blackedoutdeck
to Asst. Clerk Stenographer taking of an American aircraft car-
care of secretarial work for rier in the most hazardous type of 9IONe New Radio i Show
the Recorder of Labor Board Mr
combat missions known, Lt. William n.w'
J. W. Carson. She later took over I E. Henry, USNR, has shot Home Folks at War," a

the responsibilities of all personnel down nine Japanese warplanes in a "' WKtKAQ+xvb.r W X ...... II series of radio programs featuring ,"
actions on groups II, III, and IVa Navy night fighter The "score is NEEDING ONLY to lower its most powerful plane ever built personnel from the Jacksonville '.
( ) until they combined that group believed to be a record for carrier- wings which fold for carrier for the fleet, is now ready for Naval Air Station, will begin this :..f:
with IV (b), at the same time based night fighters. based operations, the Navy'snew action against the Japs, accord- morning over WMBR at 1100. -. '1.
separating the sections into Em Featured this week will be Mrs :
F7F :
"Tigercat" Grumman ing to a recent announcementby
Personnel Actions. During a recent action in the :
s ployment and Pacific Lt Henry took off in his twin-engined fighter is poised the Navy Department. In Florine Gannaway, Supervisor of ,
r When this new procedure went ',
Actions in the Personnel -
ready for warming and a the
up two
became Hellcat, stalked and caught an ene- upper photo, "Tigercats"zoom
Into effect l-Irs/ Gannaway swift take-off, The Relations Office,' and James ''Neal
., widely-her the
\ through clouds
} of all Personnel Ac- my "snooper, a huge fourengInedJapanese on a
Howard, AMMlc, Air Medal win-
"Tigercat, fastest and test hop.charged .
tions .for NAS and Auxiliary sta Emily. The plane was on ; ner from Chlefland Fla.
---- --- --------,- --- -- -
patrpl, looking for just such .Intruders
tions. and her The program each week will Include
presence with him
"Supie" serves as the mother as the American carrier \VAC Mustered Out i an outstanding civilian em '
task force. Is Important for his health and
hen for the brood hearing and a"'J
When Mate Gets CDI ployee of the Naval Air Station,
L solving many problems for NAS The Hellcat pilot recognized the happiness. Florida combat veteran, and news
employees. Promotions, trans- dim shadow as a Jap flying boat Memphis, Tenn. (CNS)-Cpl. Pfc, LeRoy LeTourneau, after of the Naval Air Station. Music
fers, on-the-job accidents, resignations and dived close on its tail with his Dorothy E. LeTourneau who serving his country for 2\t yearsin for the program will, be providedby
disciplinary action, efficiency 50-caliber guns spitting fire. Before joined the Women's Army Corpsto the South Pacific, was musteredout Roger Van Duzer of the WMBR :,1
ratings, etc. come under her I the enemy pilot and crew serve the war effort with her suffering from malaria and staff. "'.""!
immediate supervision: Many of knew what was happening, the nisband' ,a Marine, Is returning to combat shock. Both Will continue -....- ---- .:
the 'people on this station remember Emily spun into the sea'' and burst vll'life with him. I to work for victory, however, Philadelphia (CNS)-Business' Is N;
her as the person who "put Into flam s. The task fort 'was She Recently: ) was dlsthafed'un- LeTourneau has started making so good In Philadelphia that the local -
them, to work." not discovered and'WDIIl1ble'to'carry der a War Department policy 'airplane propellors in. a ''St. Paul bankruptcy referee has bad his

Link out its mission. With complete, Mh rJermtts the release 'of a plant HU wife will work in a telephone'removed. "Don't get any
yI p, Having grown up MtW NAS she surprise l' WAC if Her'soldier-husband is dis- defense plant also. Calls nymore/' he explained.

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:; News and Notes From Instrument Shop' "A"and; "li" Shifts I x

ny warjorie 11111 -- -" '-- --- -- ------ -- 1

"A" Shift the heck out of there.- She's needed, for she will be out of the

The new fashion trend In the Instrument ginning to become fairly well hospital in about two weeks. I

Shop la toward brighter customed to this, however-it be-I Charlie Smith's brother, Cecil,

colon in armbands and the snappers happened three times before. just graduated from Officers' Can it t

are displaying a flashy yellow: One man anxious for the day of didate School in Fort Benning, DIY s II

and blue combination complete victory is Chief Hupka. His great- Georgia, and Charlie is certainly

with shop number. We feel that J est ambition Is to return to Wis- proud of him. There is another

these are a definite improvement I consin and start work on an un- Smith brother, John, serving In the

) S over the old bands--can't miss I loveable golf ball. This little gem Navy. We wonder If the girls believe J I IKa IL

I j will, when it lands in the rough, I him when he gives his name.

'em.Just, returned from New York I send up signal flares for ten minutes The Gyro Shop welcomes Marian :.vk

and a three months' course in the After this boon to golfers II. | Cushing, S2c; Ann Stagg, and r4Yd.

automatic pilot are Thomas Haun is perfected, the chief hopes to I Nina Swearendin. Christa Gen- .

4nd James Brennan. Were gladto discover a method of recovering ricke's husband has left Jackson-

have you back, boys, but Bren- balls lost in water traps. I ville after six months' duty here
and Will be stationed in Traverse
nan, where are those pliers you We were all very much relieved :
I City, Michigan, indefinitely.
borrowed before left ?
you to hear that Joe Libraro's motheris
Alice Thomas was, pretty well off the critical list and on the II "}J" ShiftVirginia I'

\ plastered during the -storm Saturday road to recovery. Joe was givenan Fraser

night -.her ceiling fell in. eight-day emergency leave to I Charley Morgan, of the Optical

While she waft writing letters in see his Mom and having him there'' Department, became a proud

... her living room the plaster beganto must have been just what she grandpa". this week. His_daughter: .
crack and fall, so Alice executedthe --s--.- -- .---- -- --- had a baby ooy, born June 23.

maneuver known as "getting Papa is S/Sgt. Thomas P. Mc.
A-AND-R I Menamy a Marine stationed hereon

the Base
Congratulations to

AandROVERALL Electric Overhaul all.Word
just got around the other y
Ity All St
Rleanor; Carter Shop has been auditioned for sing. .
ing on the "Search for TalentProgram"
So much has been said about
buying Bonds. As an ordinary citizen i and will sing over station

OVERHAUL I would like to urge each I WJHP Friday evenings atseven
) .i I thirty. We all\ wish you the
worker at the Navy base to buy
best of luck!
Hy Marguerite Ottermun I and then buy again I know from i
Ll'CKY ? ? I'M. SAY SO! Several do others i Remember Iris :McNab of theI
credence, as so many '
people have drawn the lucky the heart rending tragedy of this I Gyro Shop? Her husband Lt. Mc TUB ABOVE YOl'NO MISS is Frances C 8ayl---;;;:: who hails

number in the raffling off of War war. The future of our countryand Nab was transferred to Jacksonville from Harlan, Kentucky. Miss Saylor Joined the staff of the Inspec-

Bonds. Sybil Webb has been our children depends on the and' Iris was here' the other tion and Survey Department in October 1944. Here she is seen giv-

doing a grand job at raffling them support of the ordinary people of ,day to visit him She is' doing ing a carburetor its final inspection. Numerous inspections are made
line inspection at the Navy Yard by her during the assembly of the carburetor. One important
off and she happily states the America.- The men of America are very
winners, as follows: G. B. John- giving their lives-let's give our at Pawtucket, Maine. She sends inspection Is the testing of the carburetor for proper operation under
to all\ her former fi lends.Wally .
Hen, "Chuck," Ed Boulineau, B. O. money-.-Buy a Bond for Victory. greetings simulated operating conditions.
Greene Marguerite Osterman. and! Copelin Sic, of the Electrical Miss Saylor was formerly employed an Inspector by the
I Uncle Sam has a new G, I. Joe,,
is back with
Mr.James B. Hagy topped it off It's Joseph B. Dodson from the He Shop us again. .I I Wright Aeronautical Corporation in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is origi- ..
j was attending school. Glad to
two bonds. nally from Berea, Kentucky.
by winning
I Armature Department. Mollie Sanders see you back. Louis Conley
Everyone seems to enjoy this is expected back from her i AMMIlc. of the Electric Shop Is -

way of investing a dollar or two- vacation in California and will be I back from leave. Understand he I

and that's what it takes to buy a at work soon. Henry Letien has I had a grand time. "Frankle" : New Federal Act Brings Salary

bendMaybe you can't afford to returned and tells wonderful 'Franks, SIc is home on I leave this

buy a'bond yourself right now buta stories of Old Virginia, "Shore 'week George Cochran of the

dollar from everyone on a riffle nough." J. H. Roy formerly of Gyro room is out sick this week. I
certainly helps toward the bond! Met 1'11Ste'l'ns\ shipyard is now a I, Rose Johns is taking her annual Increase For Civilian Employees

drive. Let's all take several chances fellow\ worker. Welcome pal! leave. Hope you are having a ?.
and see how the bonds climb George Wade returned from the good time. I
-- -'-
and climb Remember OHC has lure of the Beach-looking very The Federal Pay Act of 1945
a We had another breakfast partyat nod under this plan will be July
$19,000 goal to reach! Let's go tanned, with quite a few stories of Timber Inn last week-end. Filed was approved by the President to 1st to 14th inclusive with pay
the !! Mrs. Smith all the pretty girls! :Mr. Nichols be effective July 1, 1945. It provided -
way over top chicken was the dish and very delicious day for that period falling on Friday -
of No. 205 brought in a jar of ,I returned from a trip to San Diego, About sixty! people attended for' increases in basic and July 2uth. The next pay
beans--Lois Fenton guessed the California. Says he had a very overtime compensation, night shift
and a wonderful time was period is July 15 to 28th, inclusive,
number of beans in the jar and nice trip. Ftank Darus is Miami had. bonus and accelerated within grade with pay day on August 3rd, andso

... won a $:WOO bond ; Bound for a happy weekend. T. Jeanette Bailey, our War Bond pay advancements for certain pay on every two weeks.
interested in purchasing L. Lowry's daughter, Mis. Blanche I Drive' gal reports that sales are grades. Also covered was a changein '
Anyone week and method of com- You will be paid a 10 i increaseover
Grundish from Knoxville, is visiting pay
a $1,000 chance on a milliondollar I, going strong. This drive is onthrough putation of pay. The complete basis compensation for any
bond see Chief Farquhar In the Lowry. July 7th. Have you bought and instructions are part of your regularly scheduled
., Chiefs' Office. I I The latest fish story Is 7 pound bond? Let's make our shop legulations
Leading i I your not immediately available but basic work week hours that fall
Bot Coleman and Adolph
and! 100.. between 6 P.M.: and 6 A.M. This
Here's the biggest most exciting Wallitz ate feeling proud that they some of the highlights follow. I
------ -----
raffle of the week-It will can really catch the Big Ones. The existing annual rates Wf'l'eInct'eailed 10' r additional compensation for
week! Ask shift work hours is not -
continue for about a Dick. night payable
Martha Holloway's son, on the following sliding
the boys down in No. 1031, Finished I returned to Norfolk after spending LYALLIES scale: :20' of part not in excess while on leave and is excludedin

Puts Storeroom about the 10 days with Martha Sorry to "; -'= SUP of $1200 plus 10' of that part in I computing overtime compensation.

"BIG 7" They are rattling off 7 hear that M. R. Groover is on the excess of $1200 but not in excess .

bonds on one big raffle Here's I sick list and hope he will be well of $HiOO plus 5'\ ; of that part in There Mill Ix IIfJ change in the
chance folks--take Seven .t7) j! udminNirutUe workweek of Monday
your soon. It's a busy weekend for excess of $4 OO. The beginningbase I
$1.00 chances and 7 bonds-one Elaine ChambeMin and her hus- !h r r rate of a CAF 2 for examplewas I throui! Saturday, "'e"III

$500.00, two 100.00 two $50.00 band, they are moving to their increased from $IHO to $1701 continue working the "same, hours

and two $25.00. The energetic new home.L. per annum. Considering the new a* heretofore announced and "scheduled -

boys In No. 1031 plan to have the ,I Butkett is proud papa, he I overtime provisions contained in : !>y the Individual departments

seven lucky numbers drawn! by the has a new baby. Ed is progressman By Leola '''no< the act this means a hl-"t't" to meet their requirements

A & R Officer. in the Electric Shop. Mary Department bid a check of $85.20: before deductions, I Further details on the application -
: Supply
There must be some stage talent Register is quite excited these I I sad adieu to C'onulr. C. 1C. Aimgren or approximately $183 per month I of the Federal Employees Pay

floating around in the OHC Division ,' days. An increase in her family Asst. Supply Officer recently figuring four and one third weeks' Act \\"11be\ given In next week's
because there are several I personnel !; her cat had a litter of kittens. I In a month. A CAF 3 was increased lax: Air News.
who will be in the foith- !I ___ u__ and welcomed aboard his relief. from $1620 to $1902
tj-; wOIIC-: --I Comdr. II. II. Kar ', who has just per I
coming bond shows: Mr. Quinn, came | annum, receiving $95.10: bi-weekly,
and Robert Goodwin, both of No. < 1)111 SOMKONK SAY that returned from two years duty" a CAF 4 from $1300 to $2100 per Whole' BtoodlsFlown

275. OHC has lots of talent steaks! shoes,. .butter, and" canned : aboard L_the U. ,S.__ S._.__"Intrepid."" _, .A I9L | annum! receiving _$105 2 bi-weekly I I
among the colored people, especially goods were rationedot in Pear! I fI''I; the;: ivnuciauip ui >iaie all figured on the same UUKIS iiirn- .
Shop No. 202 is being represented I Hal bor according to Mr. William )1 It' (Inventory), Crew tinned above. I WestwardBy '

in this show by dancers and H Andrews who has just returned 1, took first place in the Amerl- : One of the important changes in

comedians, namely :Rogis Dug- back to this A & R. Mr. Andrews 1 can Red Cross Volunteer Life Saving the method of payment providesthat
gans, Mary McCtay. Eugene worked in this A & R in Corps' Initial swimming meetof employees ate to be paid HATS Planes

Campbell. Marvin Brown Robert 1941 and 1942 In Shop No. 203 the season recently. The event bi-ekly instead of mniil-montlily. '

Foster, Sam Jones. and Eddie and then transferred to Peal I Har- took place in the Springfield ParkI There will thus be 26 pay days a Aboard the USS Solace, Navy

.I Bess. | bor. He told me that the only I Pool The winning crew scored year instead of 21 Hospital Ship Somewhere In the

'1IIKHK; AUK SKVKKAI; people i three items rationed in Pearl Harbor 35 points. I The pay period will\ Include two PacificWhole blood from volunteer -

who have enjoyed! leaves recently, were gasoline, tires, and wjils-: Kose ('hll>man (Receiving) and work weeks always ending on a donors on the West Coast,

namely.--Thelma Parr Mr. and key. Some other interesting facts husband "Bud" Chipman, Sic. left Saturday, with payday on the fol- none of it more than five days out

Mrs. Ofshanney, and Doris Roun- 'he told about were: The city of July 1 to spend two weeks at their I lowing Friday. The first pay pe- I of the United States, was given to

tree.If. Honolulu Is about the same as'any home In Baltimore, :Maryland. n'_ _,__ __ ___ -- naval casualties ought aboard

you have noticed the Dispatch city In the United States. i Barbara llilde: (Follow-upl' is Storehouse r, is now the proud! owner I here (January 26)) and Is credited
weeping on their Budas and Push The stores ale pretty nice as spending her vacation at her home of five (3) $1,000 bonds and with bringing about their satis-

Buggies' lately it's because their well as the prices. The famous I Iin Pennsylvania. We rejoice also granted full authority to factory recovety.

favorite Supervisor Chief Van Waikiki Beach was a disappointment with Mary Barlow (Follow-up) smash all axis persons as a member Within thiity-six: hours. 25 pints

Hoose, has transferred to Structures though, very nairow and Her husband, Raymond, returned of the $1,000 War Bond Clubon of human blood, procured by the
Division I wonder who short. The scenery is very beautiful after having served with
recently the station. I American Red Cross from donorsin
will buy Ice-cream on these coming : if you get away from Honolulu 1 the Medical Corps of the Army
:Segal (Purchase) is San Francisco, Oakland and Los
? I to the other side of the' Shorty"
hot July days or go for two and a half .
overseas years.Katherine various of Angeles, California were used. It
I wonder why Ills Rogers kf'ptmo'lng Island. It was Interesting to vacationing at
('o\: (Inspection ] was one of the frequent lush times
Interest in and around Jacson-I
the next morning after she watch the progress from day today
leave to spend the
Report) Friday here when whole blood was needed
ville he's been seen around the
bowl of the of the USS ;
horse-back and raising
went riding
<< vacation. Another thrilled person It available
I I and needed quickly. was -
since his leave
ingDon't let her kid you- she Oklahoma. Ford Island, where Oversreel! Follow. : Supply Department
was Media ( a bottle froma
only by opening
dOpl'etty good to> have) been riding PHNAS was located was on a began too; what's the matter, I
I I )I. s Her brother, Pvt. Selwyn arrived by air
up "Shor ," can'cha shipment just
and bowling only a couple' little island situated within Pearl I ty stay way"
1 Llndsey, Is In town after just re- I The blood had been flown from
will be Haibor,and could be reached only When Benjamin Duncan (pur- :
times.<< Maybe: she breakingin I I from overseas where he I I Naval Air Trans
turning San Francisco, by
motor launch. The chase) resigned last week, he ,,
one of those Western horses yet by Ferry or
Prisoner\ of War for 27 to the Advance Base
was a Service, ',
-It takes nerve and she has lilen- I I'A&R was run just about the same her turned the tables on employees of port
months. Melva accompanied Blood Bank Facility at Guam and
until she another this one only more scattered. that While receiving' his
ty of it sees as group.
brother to Gainesville, Florida, from there flown to where this\
horse In the tiding patty rating There were people working there parting! gift, he passed around
will several able to it
where spend! days ship was pick
they : hospital up
straight up when crossing bridgeIf from every state in the United I chocolate bars and life-savers for
with their mother. Do you ever prior to receiving casualties
States' and about coun- all!
you don't believe it, ask Mar- Just every
1 notice those checker games duringthe One casualty case recently taken
guerite.It try in the world. Mr. Andrews lunch half-hour? Participants I i In the Louisville\ Courier, we aboard was suffering a compoundleg
was a triple Birthday celebration he had quite a scare the
says statement
read the following
include Fraud Gardner (ReceIv- fracture and other bad body
when Robert Muhle Mrs. 'first air raid alert they had after
I bill
and it kinda fit the --
I wounds. On aboard
still have them ing), Kenneth !MolMitfie (Outgoing being brought
Muhle. and Bella'r went to the I he 81'S l\'fd. They
i Stores), Arlington Rennet (Stock I what do you think ? he went Into severe shock condi-
Merry-Go-Round Tuesday night. now when one of our planes comesIn '
I with the radio Control), Carl Keller (Stock Control "If this war continued, some tion and became' unconscious. After
Birthday congratulations to all\ at night gone-- I
the ) isn't worth ), Hurtle Sieves (Stock Con- war workers may be so worn out, doctors and nurses!' had tended his
three c>f you. Naturally, Gobnon' His life ( pilots'
and Buntrock helped them celebrate II I much until he can identify himself trol). Tom Torrent (Stock Control) they'll begin to look like the photos I Injuries he was given a pint of
and Bill Nelson (Stock Control). on their budges!" I whole blood. He regained cons
Maybe that helps to explain However<< there are no more
the uleepish look in their I j i blackouts, but they till have a I I'alrU-UI Ann Wilson. (young I I Did'cha light a firecracker and ciousneKs within a short time and

eyes the next morning when, they I 10:00: o'clock curfew. daughter of.. Aubrey )". Wilson, celebrate yesterday ? j li itcovering.I K.,.



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The Fourth of July. was skyrocketed AND ENTHUSIASTIC SUPPORT 1O TillS UNDERTAKING. \

SCHEDULE with barracks parties ((51 THIS IS A NAVY CAMPAIGN. ,i

TODAY -ADVENTURES OF A ROOKIE, with Wayne Brown and 54)) and the 30th is the date C. M. JETT, ;
Allan: O' ARK SPORTSMAN: IT'S NIFTY TO BE THRIFT, color for the party celebrating the ACTING: COMMANDING OFUCER.; i)J :t
cartoon at 1730 and 1930. Waves -- ---- ,
; third anniversary Three -- (
with Barbara Stanwjck and Dt'nnl8lorgan: ; CYPRESS GARDEN "Fireworks" and I Rated Ordnance Men Get Whole !
WATER BABIES, sports short; NEWS; at 1700 and 1930. a very successful
SUND\Y-BOSTON BLACKIE'S RENDEZVOUS, with Nina Foch Ship's Company dance Friday .
and Chester Morris; MOPEY DOBEs, comedy; SCREEN SNAPSHOT, night Lots of credit to the Story On Equipment At NATTC )
novelty: at 1500, 1730 and 1930. new dance-committee with Capps,
MONDAY AND TtESDAA'-HER LUCKY NIGHT, with the Andrews Lamont, and Kelln busy at the Utilizing learn-by-dofng" meth.ods "
Sisters; PLAYFUL PESTs novelty; NEWS; at 1730 and 1930 Coke Booth serving dainty sand : to the fullest degree, the Advanced with the opening week Introducing ",
WEINES\Y-HELL'S ANGELS, with the late Jean Harlow; wiches deftly made by Larsen, Aviation Ordnance Schoolat the student to the AN->I2 and 51-3 I .
... I i i Cnatello Chanman Leslie and NATTC (T-31) 20 MM aircraft
O\'F.R. "'!il 'UnT n'p. ni Kv. .t 119ft .n. IQtftAndrew -- ; ; Jacksonville, graduates cannon.
Sook nd-jeae-us:, leap" to the skilled technicians equipped to Firing and malfunctions on the

; I music of the NATTC band, espec- cope with any phase of aviation range are combined with practiceof
ially the "Caledonia" number- ordnance under combat conditions proper installation and maintenance c.
sordid, Another dance next of the 20 MM .
month. Theory is stressed only when gun and feed
mechanism In S B 2 C aircraft.
I 'These women drivers! Clear necessary support practical application Winding the
& a'k with the result that up second week, the
the streets as Waves Lamont, Cot ap- student studies small
arms and
proximately 90 cent of the
I trell and Parsons tear around in per then turns to a familiar subject
jeeps, while :you leap to the curb trated s 18-week time during the concen- to many, the 50 cal machine gun.
course is devotedto
4r I for safety Martha Capps is taking
? lessons in dignified Jeep-driv- work with the latest equipment.In Because accuracy pays off In
nig Jeanne Colley Tobin has for- addition, effective use is madeof hits when the chips are down In
t\ saken the Model T for two-ton service aircraft, manuals aerial combat, a full week Is devoted _
trucks (Incidentally there charts, films and other special to borrsighting liarmonlzing .\
0 a
devices, of and .)
few customers waiting to make a training guns bights
deal for your car, Jeanne), Warren Short courses on any equipment cameras" The correct method for
is seen breezing along on the covered in the over-all training period and netting up A boresighting range [
little red scooter, saying, S.orry also are available various calculating formulas for the

1 no passengers". Then there's always Coming in from virtually learned boresight Each! patterns Is
the car trouble, ,especially every type' of naval aviation unit trainee bono--
"tF\ a 54 : ,1 when Stober and Lutheur set out afloat and ashore, trainee are sights .the *6F by the patternand t

I for Tallahassee in a 1933 Pontiac rated men with several years of the 300-yard point methods,
and had a flat tire The Shore experience In, for the mot part, the 20 MM: rannon In the SBJC .
.... .f. ,) I Patrol came to their rescue and specialized ordnance field. For the Douglas Package gun.
'iI!, relieved the situation Schumaker example:: the ordnancenian may Although not regarded as "fin.Ished"
r ,, f keeps her car parked near her have served with a fighter electricians or turret men,
.J t ;. window, so it's never out of her squadron and know his .50 eal. advanced ordnance trainees emerge -
: "" ... sight machine gun from A to /. yet [ from the next five weeks of
I I Sunday was a big day at Fern- have relatively little knowledgeof |I their course with an adequate
andina Beach as told by Brooks, such Important items a-s working knowledge of operating
IL f Sorrell, Vaughn, Lamont, Calhoun, chemical warfare, bombs and and adjusting hydraulic and electric
Caves, tanner and Stratton The fuses, jet-assisted takeoffs turrets and related aircraft
girls want to take this chance to (JATO) and the like. Before equipment which might be out of
S thank the Ordnance and Gunnery completing 18 weeks, however commission as a result of combator
Magazine Section NAS for such a I the trainee checks out in normal operating difficulties
perfect day. The party turned out all this and more-much more! Demonstrations and lectures
Ito I be a huge success despite the I The first four weeks of the curriculum give a clear picture of basic hy r
sun bums, I
cut feet and etc comprise the gun phase
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4Ii Join Thousand Dollar Club One Dav f,

,* Sisters, popular trio, here .onu tirreen.: ---


Aboard ,

(station league). Last game of first halt in league play. On :NATTC ,Ij Ij'I
Diamond at 1700

UDEKS, on NATTC Diamond at 1700.GOLF. .
STATION COUK>L. Daily from 0800 to 3000. Open to
ALL personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in .NATTC Auditorium -+y"s'l1
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. \\. Reynolds, Sp '
,(A)3c, 1300 to 1530. (sign up at huk) : I

HOSTESS HOUSE open daily from 1530 to 3100 Saturdays and u'5' ________ ,
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For :ATTC enlisted personnel and relatives 'I&
and guests. '
NA1TC LIBRARY open daily from 0300 to 2100. r
BOWLING daily at !Ship's Sen ice from 1200 to 2030. C
SWIMMING DAIL1. Recreational Period for Enlisted Men's

Guests, WivesVFS from 1800 to 2100 at NATTC pool. r .,___

Ashore/ '
r ak ra
SATIRDA\-Opining game; at 1400 in Florida State Semi-Pro i 1a
BASEBALL TOURNAMENT: at Jacksonville; Baseball l'ark.Iany:
of best teams in Florida participating. Tourney \\lll continue through
(approximately) 17 J ul)'.
SUNDAY-Trip to Sliver Springs! for all NATTC personnel and
guests. Tickets $' .88 round trip. Bus leases at 0830 from circle outside -
Main Gate Leaves Silver Springs) at 1800. Special. rates for
servicemen and women at Silver Springs x

JACKSONVILLE UE.\CIIE8-Bu..ell leave at frequent Internals i If.1tfrt. ..,. .
from Union Bus Station, corner flay and Ifogan Streets. Surf bathingand I 1t ..., i! ,
other recreation at one of world's finest! ocean beaches. Bus '", J' ... e)
: .i'; ,
fare 23c. t-
I ; sf.JI r
NAVY Street j El y % 2I Y.
USO CENTERS at 111 West length !Street; above Blamllng Bus '

Station; Church and Ne\vnan :street; 311 West Duval street. USO I /I m i ;j'
\\OMEN'S: DIVISION at 13 West Monroe Street ,j
NATTC Section ot Sax Air !Ness it oubllshe at expense of Welfare and .
--- -
Recreation Department
-- -- --- ---- Howard W PIII PhMI
1nltt, <<,.
\anced ordnance equipment In airships above, with nearly two of
Student OfficerIs and the training of personnelin years
its operation and maintenance overseas duty In his record invests I

through the period of greatest expansion a neat sum In future security
Praised Here of the Atlantic Fleet air- with the purchase of a Thousand
ship organization He contributed Dollar Bond Others In the ,
Lieut, Richard S Hopping Monday materially to the establishmentand
picture are, left to
right, PhrniacUt -
received a letter of commendation maintenance of high standardsof I....".' G. Davis Lt.
; Kenneth
t from G H. Mills, Commodore gunnery and the most effectiveuse E. Wilson, "
++ USN, Fleet Airships Atlanticfor of airborne ordnance, and assisted ; Anne Johnson Wiy, civilian Bond Officer volunteer ,
in in the 1 I
his meritorious service per formulation testing in the War Bond
ormance of duty as Ordnance Of- and dissembination of Improved and Lt. James II. ('oroell..booth.. ;
tactics as-
fiber and as Assistant Gunneryand use by patrol blimps j "Iatan& Ship's Service
singly and in Officer.
Anti-submarine Warfare Officer coordination with At Il"ft'A
on the staff of Commander, |other types of air and surface icy and Lee\'ES Sauls Imogene lOr"**-
"' get a big kick
craft his
Atlantic from 11 By diligence and -
Fleet Airships professional out of the sale
tot of a "G" Bond to
# skill he l. \
1913 until 2June assisted In keeping e
September A, A. Butcher, KMlr, with 54
1945" Lt. Hopping is now attached i airships and personnel basedon months 'fIIIIIIJ
bra duty In hit record.
to the Aviation Ordnance four continents, many in remote ,, .
I -- -- At
Officer School at NATTC and primitive conditions, in an ex- ----
The letter of commendation was cellent state of operational "{ i p-- Too Little!

presented to him by Comdr. C ] nrss rt'adl-I I An apprentice seaman was
Jett, Commanding (Acting) f "The able and effective performance ', counting his: pay by wetting hU p .
TTC. I of duty by Lieutenant Hop-f' bills fingers and leafing through the I
The letter said. In part, "Lieutenant ping is in keeping with the best
Hopping displayed initiativeand traditions of the Naval Service." i i. "Hey", that money I It full of .
II germs yelled a
a high order of cooperation I Lieutenant Hopping's home is at "Nuts!" retorted the A. S. "No
/" directing the installation of ad- Hastlngs-on-Hudson, New York. germ could live oa my salary


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5 July, 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS Page Eleven *
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t I Auditorium Gets New Stage !f

__ .. SniP'S COMPANY

:,1 NATTCen I : ,PROfiLES

d0. ..
.t .
} e (. \

(Ls d' 3 the shootings all over and
piece of gauze has teen
By John lUchbonrg, A KM Sc the last war-inflicted

'a, Paul O'Connor, AEM "B"' School Howard W. Plummer,
:" Instructor, took fo that
I to back to the
little 'bl we published two weeks
ngo tell'he to the 'Lone Ranger" :

, radio program I understand he j is hardly the word, for
l feels the remarks were of a disparaging hails from the Rocklee-

natute. We hasten to T' has a 640-acre ranch in
correct that Impression Being a
{ radio,fan myself, and also addicted __ not too far from Denver
...,sr "_ to that type of radio entertainment -'ad 't call the land around
,.": I would be somewhat of a "-it's mountainous in

.,7'-.J 1' !- cad to deliberately write of the [ true sense of the word.

program in a detrimental vein So, I In
4 enlisted the Navy
there! You misconstrued the whole
April of 1942. He had
,: thing. It was just a figment of I
state hospitals and it
l your imagination and you should I enough that he ask
fJ be ashamed of yourself for having in the Hospital Corps

', had it. "Pappy" Voorhies has It.
suggested that he and O'Connor
I months he I14'r\f4J
i'< pet together and form the nucleus I I i
1'1 of a "Lone Ranger" fan clubThat's transport
a swell idea and they t ship lie's tied
could give each new member a ,. more of those Pacific
...... I II than he can remember
ace of pearl handled cap pistols,
: the course of his
Comdr. Jett and his stalwartmen J some 10,000 wounded

of Administration, strove I I aboard his ship
mightily to cut down that 7 to 0
lead racked up by the Schools This new backdrop-gift of the Jacksonville Coca-Cola Bottling of the time we worked

team (AEM Officers) at their last pany personnel 'and their guests when they attended the monthly it was night and
meeting on the soft ball diamond Friday night. In addition to the backdrop, the company presented hardly any time to"fat;
t Tuesday, June 26th, but fate and I removable Coke! bar and booth which can be easily placed the too busy for that, he

tome mighty good ball playing was I ami similar events are In progress."' The IsATTC Air Raiders, ) other day "But our
effective Out of the
against them, The Schools team stage above.
I ( ) men we
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played an inspired behindthe
classy no hit pitching of Lt I AOM School Gives I from combat areas only
War Bond Sales ; and that's a good J't'c-
f jg) Edsall They showed top ."
form, in all departments and I Students Variety
Deemed a sure fire cinch to take I I| I II September Plummer
Continue MarchTo Continued from Page Ten j
the game-until the rain slatted I I stationed at the Dispen
That ended the whole thing The I draulics during the fifth week. He's now mastei-
Administration team remains, at Maintenance and safety precautions ( ) there Usually you can
this writing, officially undefeated, New Record especially are stressed while doing extra duty wherev
but that afternoon they were I the student works with hydraulicgun team is performing,

saved by the skin of their teeth I With the Navy's IndependenceDay I mounts, chargers turrets and ( It's all over, he wants

'If the rain had held up a little Extra Cash War Bond cam- other units that go to make up to the ranch, which c...
while longer muttered Ens, Dix paign moving down the home hydraulic power systems ( duty either. "Feeders"

during the "post mortem session," stretch, cooperation of all hands I Advan ng from basic to the in Texas, shipped
the story would have been entirely I was sought this week in makingthe more complex in the sixth week, and fattened out
different. last "extra cash" drive theblR'Jt'ltt the Jacksonville school employs Plummer says it taken

"1'011)'" Morris phase 2 lIM'rpI' of them all I working models of "blown up" tur- I lettuce'F' days to bring beef

tary.,&U 'a' boon to the crew of I "Bonds are the fighting weaponsof rets to point out the function of I to marketing weight,
the. Green Hangar due to her those behind the filing lines," i units difficult to see because of leaves plenty of time
'ablJit fortell NATTC 'deputy war bond officers the compact turret structure i which is his major
ereonditions. pointed out, "and this most I I
In the seventh week the student
way know when inclementweather I certainly is not the time to sit enters an entirely new phase of i I to talking about skimp:
back and let the other fellow do I
is In the offing by ob.sareving instruction in electricity, a fun- be talking about post
'Tolly's" hair do, for !i it 'Fighting dollars' invested in damental course preparatory to I for jeeps real quickly
therin are displayed these unique! I war bonds now help defeat the electrical devices I those jeeps may hate
the mastering of
,I used in aviation ordnance Work
mean that after she has determined post-war security by returning $4 I he's concerned he wants
ing models reveal the complete I
/ what the weather will for $300 him to those snow
be she wears her hair according According to a compilation by wiring circuits for ordnance ski jumps high in the
I equipment found on planes I
ly. s\fter weeks of close observation Lieut. Kenneth Wilson, NATTCwar
The basic electrical Instruction
bond officer, extra cash bond
the men' have worked out
does go skiing, Mrs
totaled $18.500 of ; lead into circuittracingand I
the following shart. Hair up, purchases as will be with him She's
and Into
hot; hair down, root; hair up in i Monday morning This figure is over-all trouble-shooting maintenance and I same part of the country
tight curls, hot and rainy'; hair i expected to increase substantiallyby operation they've been skiing!
Resides this the student
the time the closes ,
down In.tight curls! cool and I 7 ', i receives Instruction in electric than he can remember.
rainy'; hair down in loose curls! July.The
cool and cloudy They say It Executive department continued gun chargers and the checkingof :
works every' time to show the way with purchases Intervaloineters! h y' means of I NATTC .

Three cheers for Chaplain White amounting to $3,750 Other the Conn Interval and Dwell .._... "'_ .." ,_
and Navy Reliefhen A. B. I leaders included the Medical department meter The phase culminates in
Buckner and W II, Stoffers lost $3450; NTSchAEM( a day on the range for firing and
everything they had to their namein : $1,931.25; Ship's Service, $1,681.50 operating different types of electric '

a disastrous fire recently, they 'and civilian employes, $1,38750. turrets
vent first to Red Cross because Largest" individual purchase up Realizing that comparatively'
Information at hand seemed to indicate I to last Monday was $2,400 and few ordnancemen are experiencedin
they were the people to see mote than 10 $1,000 bonds have chemical warfare, the school de. !
This proved to be fallacious. An I been sold, Lieutilson reported.JIiLLEIIS I votes several days to study of material -
organization spokesman stated on _"=-___ _____ : prepared by the Army and I

that the Red Cross was set up to ; NK\'KU IN CJo LAR i Navy Chemical Warfare schools,
give emergency relief ot the fam. Minn, This includes. identification of gas
Minneapolis, Only one
odors and the adjustment of
Hie of service men The sen'lceman club in American Association his
himself could not reap any tory has never finished in last 1 masks A portion of the week is
given over to employment of
the benefits whatsoever Theyen
place, the Minneapolis :Milleis.
.f gave each map a check torovide Every other club in the circuit smoke in aeronautical operationsand
his family with an emergency has finished in the basement four to pyrotechnics, including ,
wardrobe, Buckner, with a. or more times since the loop was safety precautions for handling
wife and three children, got fifty organized in 1902 and storage Pyrotechnics designedfor
odd dollars and Stoffers got forty signaling are fired on the I '
odd dollars for his wie We're I exposure to; all ;;; l'ro'tol -I range.

definitely NOT cilticising the Red 'I' weather, the job was completedso Trainees disassemble and assemble
Cross in this matter but simply outstandngly as! to be a mat bomb racks and shackles and I
", stating the facts for the information ter for posterity.In '. I release systems during the elev- II I
of anyone who may be faced II recognition of his highly com- enth week, concentrating on opera.

: I with a like situation In the future. menable work, the commander-In-I tion, maintenance, usage, testing
Ccpt. White and Navy Relief, on : Chief of the procedure and bombing circuits
.' the other hand, went all out to River Submarine Fleet, ordered and panels of planes. 14'''
'. take care of the two men giving I I that the coveted Emblem of Salty I Jn the twelfth and thirteenth r"

them outright, several hundred Wood-Butchers be awarded Fields. weeks, students master a new typeof
dollars and granting Buckner a Excerpts from the letter accompanying fire control, the Mk18 and 23

large loan with which to purchase i I the award, indicate Fields computing gunsight, and then they I ss
household furniture In a few !I I utter devotion to duty, such as: are ready for the school's muni
words-they did MORE than was 'quote "That subject man did conduct tions phase which occupies the
expected and, believe me, it makt'sI I'I himself under the stresses and final five weeks

a guy feel plenty good to know I strains of the jibes and doubts of Among the greatest recent de

they are behind him. I his shipmates, with considerable velopments In warfare, aircraft ..
Floyd Field, AEM So, was '! calm becoming a man of higher rockets hold attention in the four
ntniklly honored In a (ceremony I! rate or rank and "In consideration teenth week when students assemble

held Sunday, 1 July, to ('om.elJJC'morate thereof, Fields is hereby promoted I and load the deadly weapons,
the launching of the I to the rank of. Lt. Commander I and Install them on launchers,
., Dee," Lt. Comdr. (jgV.) I II
High spot comes when traineesfire
)(u'kt"ndaU's new Ha i II 1 boa t, I The object of, all this adoration ,
rockets from the of
cockpit a '
Held, a cabinet maker In civilian I took it all very humbly While Helldiver Instruction also is givenin
life, loosely speaking, knows I the medal was being pinned on, a JATO and motors
his boat lore and nomenclature, voice in the crowd of onlookerswas jet
Onliianoenien must have I
j and undertook to convert the I heard to say "I would rather a I I
1 .. Commander's so railed "worth. have that medal than be a civilan" thorough, knowledge! of explosives one, as many sailor
lens hulk" Into a trim craft able A short time later, however, the and bombs, with their associated for all posterity Busi
to withstand the treacheroustides !' wagon came and hauled him away, \ fuses, and the' school In, for there'll als\ays
and currents of the mighty Were It not for that slight de- schedule. provides more than aweek ;, doesn't want to know
Ortega river. ,After much pressing interlude, the ceremony on their manufacture, handling outlay', or save a little

toil and sweat and unflinching would have been perfect, storage, surveillance,'tests R 1.\

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'' Page Twelve NATTC V AIR NEWS SECTION ,5 July, 1945 '


NATTC Ringmasters Air Raiders Win 1 i Scenes From Jax-Won Fights Here J\

M.AJJ.flilluhINIJ5 Get Month'sLayoff ,
o Are To I __

Says Muir Station

: NATTC boxer Mill hate a
lay-off for the next several
I First
: weeks, Lt. William Muir, offlcer-
I In-charge of boxing, said this
w eek.Tor. NATTC's ,
(Bj Corp Herb Johnston, Jr.) I the past several monthsthe sewed up

Here, first, are belated congrat- men making up the fight the -
ulations to the five boys who were team have, for the most part, ernoon,
promoted shortly after our dead- maintained a rigid training only
line last week Latching onto schedule, the officer pointed out, spot, 6-1 in
the next higher rung on the serv- expressing/ the belief that a respite Mooney
ice success ladder were: Norman probably would be good battery load
Jesse Follis, Sr., MTSgt.; Francis during all of July. In'addition, Mooney
.T, Eat les, Martin C. "Pete" Parks, several of them have leaves coming trol the
Robert E. Thomas, Carl R. Zawis- up in the near future and Soltis
towski, upped from Corporal to Meantime, while the boxersare battery

"Sergeant. taking it easy, renewed ef- The :
MTSgt. Follls, as senior NCO in forts will be made to book more definitely '
the Quartermaster's Office, has matches. Lieutenant Muir said outfit on
been highly important and respon- to in the first
that he hopes arrange a heavy
sible job of arranging transportation season's
enough schedule so that fight e
for all furlough-bound or fans, here will be offered a good This
transferred men. The quietly ef- Raiders
card at least once a month.
ficient manner in which he daily last game
plans the Marines' itineraries froma ---'-i t---- Raiders lost

maze of Intricate time-tables, 53 I game-
maps, and schedules most surely Barracks To day, and M. .
entitles him to the latest recogni- A & R won .j.jZ

tion The of! his new efforts Sergeant got that Top In SoftballTeams for games the, the top

way for three reasons: 1-their A & R
culinary art, 2-long hours of in only one softball the top-place r-T37! ri.
hard work, and 3-the able direction league had official games last Last week i
and leadership of their week, due to rain and wet grounds, day, Lt. '
1 CO In Charge, TSgt. Denzll A, but the three games played In the ers had
Dnroette.TSgt.i School League changed the stand- Sunday, they .t
Doasette, veteran of ings considerably of the half dozen civilian team .
World War I, has a son in the tens making up the league. gathering up
Navy and has devoted all his time Wycoff, i.3 :
Barracks 53 tied with Barracks
energy to the Marine Corps seven in
6 for first place, went to the top
since the early days of the present man none .
conflict. Accepting an honorable of the ladder by winning 8-4. That Pesavanto ,
discharge this week, the kindly was the tightest game of the week, the ninth
Dorsette leaves behind him a host with Landry and Peralta furnish- lieved him.
of fellows who will never forget ing the battery for the winners, Y nx fly
the many times he has befriended Strol and Sharp for the losers. I '
them, and he takes with him the Barracks 60 went into a tie for
proud satisfaction of having served third place, defeating Barracks 5, ( )
his country faithfully and well. 15-14, while Barracks 2 lost to a
Right here, we'd like to add our Barracks 61, 15-6. Burrell and i
name to the long list of men who Delinski made up the battery for \
Bks. 16
wish Denzil Dorsette all the suc- Barracks 60, Pohle and Franz for 18 \ .
cess and happiness he so rightly Barracks 5, Racin and Sellnow for Bks.Bks 13
deserves.At 61, and Bornski and Estes for Bar- Bks. Ii '
this point, we find ourselves racks 2.Swimming. 15
fighting against a desireto Bks. ..
strong --
Bks, 14 I
"go off the deep end" in the I t
matter of becoming sentimental.This : Pool Is I ,

is our Swan Song, so to Open To FamiliesOf Eddie Barnett of Jacksonville NATTO had to do plenty of
speak, on account of we're shovingoff weaving In to get to long-reaching Warren Cormier of Memphis.,
with a bunch of the Headquarters Enlisted Men lie's shown, at top, getting In his left to the visitor' chin. Baroett"
lads early next week. Ordnance got the decision '"Kama" DuBose took it and handed It sat to twin ;
Although Pool No. 1 at NATTCis Students I
For the past year-and-a-half primarily for instruction and Schools a derision over Ozzie Latter. DuUose Is at left, lower picture '1.
we've growled, grumbled and recreation of enlisted men and two weighed in at 173. For DuBose, it was his last fight'her*.'. .
griped about anything: and ev. better"i Third man in the ring is Houston Jones, Jacksonville referee, v
ervthing connected: with our duty WAVES, it is open several hours _'n __ _.__ ___.__ -.- -- ,
each week to the families of
anv here thing, (more else), of but a habit now than that listed men, Lt. (jg) Adolph Ste-en- ARM Opera : Fighters Score 5-3 Victory Over : -: .1J
we re leaving, all that petty fani pointed, Jr.out, in this charge week.of swimming, Marines , I
business fades! away and we recall AFC
only the happy times and Saturday is the big day for the Aviation Visiting Memphis NATTC Boxers
all the fine people It has been families, the schedule shows, be- Training
our good fortune to meet and ing open from 0830 to 1200 and Advanced D I Local NATTC boxers last week
the Inspiration gleaned from from 1300 to 1700 to all hands and i question Charlie Dedmaii perform iif .k
those with whom we've been their families. From 1800 to 2100it beyond the any usually high standard, weren't
in ring over
closely" associated. is open to WAVES and enlisted I superiority cousins" from Mem- disappointed either. Detlman
men's families. Sunday is another "Navy against Owen Gau-
was pitted
Yes take it by-and-large, this Basic Elec, when they took five of eight
has been goon duty. Memories of open day for "the visitors, with Turrets against the Tennessee, tliler. lie measured the visitor _
recreation scheduled for WAVESand through the first round, then
M.A.D, NAT.chTraCen. will always Police center at the local open-
be most pleasant enlisted men's families from Phase X went in for the kill In the sec
1200 to 1700 and from 1800 to 2100 arena. ond. Gauthier took a pack of
The column carries on, starting The is Cooks & the only flaw in the
pool open Tuesdays and Perhaps blows about the head and went<<
next week, with only a slight p, T. &
Thursdays to enlisted men's fame which provided an eve- down for a count of nine 1:25
change in the by-line. Corp. Wil- ilies from 1900 to 2000. full of fast and furious fight- after the round began, got up.
liam M. Johnson Is your boy from Pool No. 2 is open only to officers was the fact that no heavy- went down for a (second nine "
here on out, and we know you'regoing bout included in the ,,
and enlisted men. Although was count "seven' seconds later, and '
to enjoy his stuff as much there are several hours set aside Bks 53 and fans who avidly antici- went down the third time under
as It out he's for going to enejoy pounding. during the week for recreation, Bks. 6 a chance to see Al Sinibaldi a rain of blows-one of which
you particularly on the wek-ends, Bks. 2 it out in the ring were de- was a mean clip to the right ear
Now, so-long to you, leaders, swimming instruction and testing Bks.60 of that pleasure The visi -1:53 In the round, when the
all three of you! The best of luck, I take up most of the time duringthe Bks 5 explained that their only pos- referee stopped the fight.

and take it easy, will ya ? week. Bks. 61 ____ contenders against the mighty Then there was Eddie Barnett,
-- ------ -- -- ew Englander had just:: been who likewise faced a stranger,
from one of the schools Warren Cormier. Barnett had a
Bulkhead and couldn't make the trip.I long reach to overcome and did it
Otherwise, It was nearly two handily weaving in low to reach
hour! of give and taKe, weaving the Memphis lad who outweighed.
pS In and out, .standing off for ex him 11 pounds. The Salem, Va.,
changesof long Mows charaoterizrd lad who's been fighting a good
by one clean knockoutand long time for the local NATTC, got
a second technical KO. A in close and directed his punchesto
third bout, had it lasted 15 more Cormier's body and face. He
> "(' probably would have fought that way most of the three
with a KO. rounds and easily won his decision. i'
'Bama DuBose who has been Jack Ford, fighting for the first k
to the ring here for two time for Jacksonville, accountedfor r'
under NATTC colors wound the locals' fifth win, taking ;.
his local career with a fine dis decision over George Weldon ,.,
of boxing prowess, handily "Ev" Evenson who hasn't had '
a decision over Ozzie Lut- a chance to fight for Jacksonville : t.
That's the bout in which a in a long time, faced Art Saxell : ; .
probably would have been reg. who never has lost a bout while ': {\ .
had it continued a few sec- in the service and who formerly "
longer. DuBose this week held the welterweight champion- .
off for the West Coast. ship in the fleet The bout went f .
Eddie Clayton, giving the local the full three rounds, but Saxelt
.. their first chance to see him won the decision. t
operation since donning Jack Lou Fugazy, classy little bantamweight -
NATTC colors, provided fighting for Jacksonville I
spectators plenty, and brought lost again to Eddie Chyz in a
bout with Buddy Carte to a hard-fought battle. Chyz had won ., 1
midway of the second round. two weeks earlier when Jacksong
picking his objectives on ville boxers fought there. Jack
body and face sent Carte to Delaney, making his local NATTC l
floor for a count of eight 40 debut, dropped the opening inter- t
... ,? after the second stanza center bout on a decision i
f r .' Carte got to his feet, faced Fans saw Frenchy Charpentier i
o ZJ( brief rain of blows, and went and Harry Burnett both local, in 1 F.a F.
cold, before the two-minute three-round exhibition at the
was half over start of the card. No decision was ,
The sailors, WAVES, marines! handed down, although the two
civilians/ who were waiting/; gave the spectators plenty of ac
10":. "Why don't you fellas try that War Bond line-the service H: much J : \) t-> sets ,Jafk 01lvl1le'. tlon.J. \ ,


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