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VOL. 3, No. 1.7 13 September, 1945

e Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command



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; Chaplain Wave Separation ADVISOR .... 'J NEW SCHEDULES RULES ARE CUT

Leaves This Week Ii Commences Oct. 1

Captain Robert J. White, senior I er Athletic ProgramIncluded Entrance Easier
Five separation centers designedto
chaplain at the Jacksonville) Naval I
Air Station for the past seven discharge Waves only are ex- In TheShortWorkWeek for NAS Workers

pected to go into operation about
months, has been detached this
and Their
1 October, it has been announcedin Quests
week for duty in the judge advocate -
general' office.A a Navy Department release received .
this week. fej
native of Concord, Mass, Effective this week XAS Jax: Regulation governing entranceto
The centers will be located at
.- Chaplain White reported here in will knock off one half day from and exit from the Air Stationby
Washington, D. C., New York City,
February after 13 months serviceIn the previous six-day working station personnel underwent a
the Mediterranean war theater.He I Great Lakes, Memphis and San *; week, and will add a programof major change this week In conjunction
Francisco, and will handle Waves QH organized athletics and recreation with an announcement that
served on the staff of Admiral I eligible for point discharge. to departmental sched' the gates would be open to visitor
H. K. Hewitt as Fleet Chaplain : ules. Saturday afternoons, be- every Sunday between the hours
'Ii with the Eighth Fleet, partlcipat- The official home town address ginning 16 Sl"Itembl"r111 no of 1000 and 1600.

Ing In the Invasion of southern I determines which center processesthe longer be Navy work-time, except : According to Station Order No.
papers.Vaves whose homes for members of various duty 07-45, automobiles
bearing Iroll'rStation
France in August, 1944. For his
sections, and
Saturday morning
I in the Fourth Naval District Officers' tags! will be accorded -
role in this operation, Chaplain Lt T, E. Ziegler has been appointed will be occupied by scheduled inspections free entry and exit with
the of New Jersey,
White was awarded the Bronze as special assistant to and the new programof out further identification. Driver:
in the Fifth Naval District with departmental athletics and
must slim down to
\ Star medal. the executive officer to counsel sufficiently enable -
, the exception of North Carolina, recreation.In the Marine sentry to recognize
entering Naval Chap- and advise station officers on announcing the time-cut and
the officer's and must
Command Sev-
River or
! .. lain Corps on 5 February 1942, he Potomac River Command will be discharged I problems of separation or trans- schedule change, the Executive Officer stop if not waved on.
served dean of the Commander Paul E. Emrick,
as Catholic University at fer from USNR to Regular Autos Station
. Washington.Those bearing proper
pointed out that Saturday working
Law School at Washington, whose homes are in the Navy, His headquarters are in Enlisted Personnel tags, and driven
hours! will be from 0900 to 1100,
D. C. He was also national chaplain First and Third Naval Districtsand Room 138, Main Administration except for personnel who are on by personnel in uniform, must
for the American that part of New Jersey included stop at the gate for car inspection,
and sections
Legion Building. (Turn to Page 3 for duty or must stand in-
chairman of the American in the Fourth District, will but ID and liberty cards need not
Legion spection. Duty sections will
picture of enlisted man's8t'paratlon.
committee be discharged at New York City. story be shown. When cars bearing enlisted
on foreign relations.The out watch assignments, Saturda
Great Lakes will separate all .) personnel tags are driven by
chaplain was ordained
a Roman or no Saturday, and the one quar-
.... Catholic I those whose official home address persons other than enlisted person-
priest on 30 May ter of the station personnel sched-
I Tribute to McCain nel in uniform, a must be
1931. is the Ninth Naval District with I uled to stand inspection at the new stop
.. From 1920 to 1927, Captain the exception of Kansas Missouri The death of Vice Admiral time of 0900 each week will be ex- I made for inspection, and the au-
White was a Boston, Mass., attorney I and Kentucky. Waves from those John S. McCain USN, occurringa cused immediately afterward. The tomobile will then be passed only
and held the office of assistant I three states, plus those from Sixth, few days after he had returned I compulsory athletic and recreational upon the identification of: any oc-
district Seventh and Eighth Naval Dis- cupant as a person in naval uni-
attorney for Middlesex from watching the official program does not apply to_personnel -
County In that state. lie holds an tricts and part of North Carolinawill Japanese surrender standing inspection, since it form. If no uniformed naval personnel -

AB degree from Harvard, is a all be discharged from Mem the USS Missouri, brought aboard the I is believed that .too much time occupy the car, the driver
graduate of Harvard Law School phis.The following tribute from SecNav would be lost in the change from must present a proper station pass
and attended Sulpician Seminary, center at San Francisco will Forrestal: sharp inspection uniforms to some Cars displaying proper Station
Catholic University. separate all Waves from the Eleventh "The news of the death of type of athletic gear. Civilian Employees tags must stopat
The Boston officer served on Twelfth and Thirteenth Naval Vice Admiral McCain was received Although all details of the ath- the gate for car inspection, and
naval transport duty during World Districts. with regret and sorrow letic and recreation period have will be passed upon presentationby
War I. When recalled to active Wave personnel officers will be by the entire Navy. He was a not been fully worked out, present the driver of a proper station
duty in 1942 he was first assignedas II.. in charge of the centers. Those ap- fighting man all the way plans call for department heads to pass.
senior chaplain for the Naval pointed for this duty are Lt. Eliz- through. His conception of the administer the activities of per- Xew \KitorV Rules
Medical Center at Bethesda, Md., abeth Geen at Washington, Lt aggressive use of fast carriersas sonel in their departments duringthe Rules concerning admittance of
later Joining Admiral Hewitt's Anne Willaucr, at New York, Lt the principal instrument for I Saturday morning period. visitors have also been relaxed
staff in the Mediterranean. Mary Drucker at Great Lakes, L;. bringing about the quick reduc- Station facilities for bodybuilding Officers expecting guests should
Chaplain White relieved Comdr. Ellen Jervey at Memphis and Lt. tion of Japanese defensive ca- are ample, and personnel dressed telephone the Main Gate. Unex-
.... Roy R. Marken when he assumed Winifred Bassett at San Francisco.A pabilities was one of the basic in athletic gear and looking for pected guests or casual visitors
the duties of senior chaplain at the complete and specially trained forces in the evolution of naval some place to play will have a will be required to wait until the
Air Station last February staff will be at each center to answer strategy in the Pacific war. He wide variety of choice. Tennis, bad- officer being visited is notified of
Lt. Robert E. H. Grant will serve questions and to give all pos- was held in the deepest affec- minton, volley ball swimming, their presence by phone.
M acting head of the chaplain's cible aid on matters of civil read- tion by all who knew him soft-ball, touch football, and hiking Enlisted personnel now have
department and supervise its op- justment, veterans' rights, educational throughout the Navy, both mili- are a few of the possibilities. others than their immediate may family -
eration until Captain White's suc- opportunities, obtaining a and civilian." "
tary --- as the However
guests. ,
cessor reports aboard. I job, and miscellaneous matters. they
Man must meet all such guests at the
-- Navy
-- -- Plays
t gate, and will be responsible for
the conduct of their guests while':
) There Must Be An Easier Way. Part In Atomic aboard.

Persons not possessing station
II Bomb SuccessesThe
[ .__. n._ ... ____' ,.. .. .. .. passes who wish to visit patientsor
Navy played an importantpart personnel attached to the Naval
in the development of the Hospital will notify the Informa-
atomic bomb, it was revealed last tion Desk at the Main Gate, which
week when Commodore William S. will then communicate with theO
Parsons, USN, was decorated with .O.D. to ascertain if the patient
the: Distinguished Service Medal may receive visitors. or if the visitis
for outstanding accomplishment. approved y hospital authority
Commodore Parsons' citation If approved, visitors will be given

reads, in part: "duty of great I a temporary pass, good only for
responsibility in connection with I that day. In certain cases, Temporary -
the development of the atomic I Gate Passes, good for longer -
bomb. lie applied specialized periods of time, may be issued

F knowledge in personally directing relatives of patients.

much of the design and develop- Hospital Visitors
ment of the many components of Visitors of officer patients will '
the bomb also organized muchof be admitted aboard between the
the procedure required to assemble hours of 1300 and 2100 daily except -
the components into an ef- : Friday. Visitors of enlisted
fective weapon at a time when the I patients will be admitted only between
task appeared all but the hours of 1300 and 1600.
A Captain at the Patients or prospective patientsof
dore Parsons started impossible.1 I the Naval Hospital's Out-Patient

city smasher in May Department will be admitted from
ished off his work by participating : 0800 to 1530, Monday through Fri-
in the raid on Hiroshima when the day, and from 0900 to 1200 on Sat..
first atomic bomb was dropped. urday. The Out-Patient Depart
ment is closed on Sunday
Emergency cases will be admit. :
I I Rating Exams; Set ted and allowed to proceed to the '

hospital any time of the day or
9 .1ro Ai. For Enlisted Men night without delay.
"Open House" hours
'J'iru-are"'quite a few thoul'Jal'dpt'oll' ; ;;; ii :around Inside this! 3.G4))- "" 'enclosure; who do not Examinations for advancement will be from 1000 to 1600.on Sundays Civilian

owu cars. On the hotter afternoons, these thousands have their choice of three methods of getting to general service ratings will be sightseers will be free to coma
from one place to another: 1. they ran wait for a bus-and wait and wait-and when It comes! maybe held in the Main Station Mess Hall aboard the station and look around
there will be room for one more; 2. they can raise! a frantic thumb and attempt to flag down a ride next Thursday 20 September. Pro- during this period except in rev
(this method Is Illegal at this station and violates all rules governing the dignity of uniformed! iterson- fessional exams start at 0900. Pet- stricted areas.
nol I) ; 3. they ran start to walk, and hop that their feet will not (jet permanently stuck In the hot ty officer exams begin at 1330. Dependents' CardsIn
asphalt. There they<< are-all three methods of travel set<< down In full detail. Main Station Mess Hall, usually view of the expected large
At this point, therefore, the JAX All NEWS! always known for Its support of the greatest good open until 1330: will close at 1300:: influx of visitors, now that regulations ,
fpr the greatest number, comes! through with the Idea that the transportation problem around hero on the day of the examination so have been modified, it wilt
ouuld be handled very neatly if the station drivers would pick up the people they see standing along that things can be squared away be necessary for all dependents to
the way.. Sure, we kpow the OPA no longer stands ready to twist an arm of the first driver who in time for the afternoon exams. show their identification buttons
drives an empty car. 'We just think the Idea of full cars Is a good one. It's practical: it's helpful *nd The General Station Galley will remain in order to be admitted to any ofi
think of the beautiful friendships. that are promoted that way. A great Idea.! open W\til1330. the station's movie theaters.

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 13 September, 1945

Navy Plans Year 1'More Points To |I STRIKER II Overseas Gifts


Personnel Outgo :, Overseas Vets lg 9 to Must Go Before

The Navy plans to release approximately :
75,000 officers and ; yrtyR,ti

700.000 enlisted personnel by the I j The Navy finally came through i !

end of this year, it has been an. this week with credit for oversea | Middle October

flounced from Washington. I service to be counted toward dis

The date of September 1, 1946 charge. I .

has been set as the goal for complete Each month of sea duty or overseas Instructions for the mailing of|

] demobilization, and provides ] service will count onequarter Christmas packages to Army and J

for the release of about 3,000,000 of a point under the formula i Navy personnel overseas were an-
officers and men. Transfers to the announced by Navy Secretary I Inounced recently through the Office

Regular Navy may reduce this fig I James Forrestal. No other changeswere of War Information. ,

ure.The made ;Jn the point system, and I I The task will be more compli-
following time-table is subject critical floret for separation remain rated this year than ,in 1944 despite ,

to change as a result of unforeseen the same. ; the cassation of hostilities, it
military requirements and I t because the rede- U.5.NAVAL HOSPITAL
It was estimated that the additional was explained,
the availability of transportationfacilities ,! credit provided through the I ployment of millions of men and From Salpan to Okinawa Glenn

: i: recognition of overseas service will 'women means less shipping space E. Evans, PhMlc, USN, reported
End of Officers EnlistedMonth I boost the total number of men now for gifts. In addition, greater distances ;to this station after thirteen

Released Released eligible for discharge by almost will add to the problems of months of duty aboard the USS

194 half a million. delivery. | Bountiful Evans was assigned to

Ort/Sept. 1100 121,000 I I Earlier the Navy Departmentstated I Here are the overseas Christmas the hospital *hip In March 1944

16,100 171,000 that it had not given credit mailing rules and requests set during her precommlssion days!
Nov. 21,100 221,000I I'I I for such service In the original Tire Rationing I forth by Army and Navy postal, From Saipan to Okinawa evacuating -

!> *. 26,000 251,000 point formula because complete authorities: t patients all the way that

946 !I I records were unavailable, and it j 1. Mail gifts between Sept 15 means covering a great deal of

Jan. 25,900 257,000I'rh I J was, therefore, impossible to estimate Seen All Year and Oct. 15. This is the only period territory and involves a great deal

25,000 257,800 how such credit would strip I I in which parcels can be sent overseas 'of work. Evans participated In the
Mar. 25,9t 2'n,3110' the fleet. You can now fill the gas tank, I 1 to service personnel without i' 'evacuation of casualties from Sal-

Apr. 25,900 237,300 __ \I but you'd better go easy on tires, I their written request. Packages pan, Guam, Peleliu, Angaur, Leyte

May UOOO 25'7,300 WilTshareNew for although the tire industry faces j should not be mailed if the addressee 'and Okinawa According to Evans' .
June 5,900 25'7,300 Navy fewer conversion problems tha ]i see Is likely to be home before : records the longest period of evac

July 25,9110 257,300 : other manufacturers, it will still Christmas. If there is any reason uatlon took place at Leyte.

Aug. 3700 256,900 Fire Methods be months before you can get a full to believe the addressee may move I I Evans was one of two leading

It the rate of release continues II I new set, rubber industry officials'', soon to a new location, a wait is petty officers of a division where
as planned and the normal Revolutionary fire fig h tin g announced recently. I advised until the new address is his duties consisted of supervisingthe

input is maintained, it is estimatedthat I methods developed by the Navy The rubber companies will not I known even if this means asking loading of patients on one) side

by August 1946, there will be during the course of World War operate at full capacity for at i the soldier for a letter requesting I i, of the ship. The Bountiful] may
remaining in the Navy approximately I II and credited with paving the least six months, as it will be! a Christmas gift. i i be loaded from both skies at the

] 57,800 officers and 500,000men lives of hundreds of fighting ships three monhts before the first shipments 2. Use the latest address known, same time; she is the only hospital
I including the USS FRANKLIN, ship which has the facilities to do
representing com pIeMento of natural rubber can arrive I completely and accurately. i
the USS BUNKER HILL, USS from the Far East. The officials s o' Because of this it is possibleto
3. Pack the gift in a box
__.x. __ SARATOGA, USS TICONDEROGA estimate that tire rationing will heavy ., load eight slings at the fame
and tie with cord. The
and other major units of the continue until after the first of strong time. Her capacity is ]listed as

Important Navy fleet, will be made available to civilian next year, and that tires will not than packages five must weigh not more five hundred casualties; however,

,I fire departments as soon AS be plentiful for Rome months after pounds, measure not Evans stated that at times there
I than 15 inches
more long, or a total -
war conditions permit, according, that Until natural rubber is available were as many as six hundred and
Section Shifted to plans announced by the Navy I of 36 inches in length and girth fifty patients aboard.
I in quantity, tires, golf balls,, combined.
Department this week. bathing caps, footwear, raincoats, 4. Only usable gifts should be I I Evans has a personal interest< in

An important Navy department I Thus, .the resourcefulness and etc., will be made of synthetics and selected, such as dried fruit, canned the USS Bountiful and justly so,
shuffle< came this week when Sec skills developed under pressure of will remain scarce. I I i after seeing her from precommission -
luxury foods, blades
Nav Forrestal announced that the'I war will be put to peacetime use, The first shipment of natural 1 fountain pens, wallets razor, or watches., days through her major eva('-

Office of Procurement and Material and it is expected that there will rubber is expected from French Perishable foods, intoxicants I i I uations. Evans arrived in the
the organization which has be a marked decrease. in Uncle I Indo-China where States, aboard an APA on July] 25,
a crop of weapons, poisons or inflammable
coordinated and supervised the Sam's annual fire bill which last 200,000 tons is any 1945 and reported here for duty
I reported. It Is ready materials, including mat'hesand
Navy's war production program amounted to $420,000,000 in this past week
year for transport as soon as shipping lighter fluids ,should not be _
since shortly after Pearl
Harbor property and approximately 14,000 facilities can be arranged, but mailed.A -
had been placed in the Office of in lives lost.Improved it will to partof I I Elwyn Nettles PhMlc USNR reported .
the Assistant go Great Britain. Only total of 82,000,000 Christmas
Secretary of the here after thirty-three
results In the battle small
amounts can be expected garages were sent
Navy. It will be known as the overseas last months of roaming the ocean and
against smoke and fire have resulted from Borneo and the to
Philippines year military personnel.
Material Division of that Office I I seas of the world from Casa
This action represents a step by primarily from research, I since it is not yet accurately de .x blanca to Wake. He terminated
realistic training methods for firefighting termined how the
Navy Department In streamlining I his "almost round the world" tour
personnel, and experiencewith 'fared under Denfield
its wartime Japanese use. Representatives MovesIn of
organization in I duty by making port in New
fire New
at of
sea. applicationsof : the various
big rub
older to place it on a peacetime' York June 17, 1945.
carbon dioxide carbon tetrachloride ber
companies are BuPers Shift
footing. The functions
by the Office of Procurement performed and I foam, and water fog have planning to investigate conditions Nettles left the east roast for
provided revolutionary results i In on the plantations I amphibious duty in 1942. never
Material will be continued in the :, Just as soon as WASHINGTON (SEA).- With a
he would
dreaming find
contrast to the traditional firefighting traveling eventually
arrangements done" from
can be SecNav for his'
permanent statutory office of the
Assistant of the past in which the made. three and one-half himself doing submarine duty from
Secretary 'I years as Chief
----- -....... first demand was for water by the The United States Rubber Com of Naval Personnel Vice Admiral | a base at Wake Island

Sccftfav Praises bucket or hose method. pany, for example, obtained 20% ; Randall Jacobs, USN, will be relieved -'| While with the amphibious forces
Of all new techniques, the use of all its rubber from leases in Ma September by Rear Admiral Nettles was a volunteer member

Record of All-Navy of water fog is most effective and laya and Sumatra before the Japanese I I Louis E. Denfeld, USN, formerly I with the beach party on Casablanca

"The record of the Navy's war most feasible, according to statements attacks. The company hopesto second in command at Bu led by General Patton. The
bond has submitted reach full Pers and more fighting PhM participated in the
program been outstanding by the Navy men manufacturing capac recently commander
Since its inception, who fought fires at sea and ity by spring of) 1946, and plans to of a battleship division In the setting up of the "beach hospital"as
: manufacture 30 Pacific. Admiral soon as .the beach head was ea'
over one billion, four hundred ashore. % more tires per Jacobs' new assignment
million dollars have been investd. __ x____ \ year than its usual production of I'' will be announced soon. I tablished. After this experiencein
The Navy will continue giving Beside, That's Arson pre-war years. I'|| BuPers' five major problems the Casablanca, Nettles wan with

encouragement to all its Friend: "My good man, why ---"--- now that Japan has surrendered amphibious group in the Sicilian

members to use these facilitiesfor don't you take the bus home ?" Subs Chalk I according to Admiral Denfeld will 1 i Campaign.
Wins I
their own and their coun- Drunk: 'It's no ush, my wife be: (1)) the transfer of sufficient From this invasion, our new staff
try's interest." j won't let me keep it In the house." reserve officers to operate the member was sent to New Caledonia

-______ __ I Over Jap Traders peacetime Navy; ((2)) rapid and or where he started his submarine

I Gilts Galore I Twenty-three I I derly demobilization; ((3)) replace I career During the'fifteen months
__ _..._ i to the enemy shins went ment of older Admirals and of this duty, Nettles was aboard
bottom for American senior
"| submarine lost, the every Navy has n ( officers with younger men; ((4)1 I three different submarines.
re- Nettles
fri t&i j 1 vealed in a special announcement possible retention of the Waves in I was carried as a regular
a postwar Navy member of the crew and stood
: ((5))
from Guam by Vice Admiral' revision of1
I the Navy's educational routine watches; however, his first
I Charles system! to
Lockwood, Jr., future needs duty was to the sick and wounded,
I der Pacific Fleet comman-j, Ifit I when
I Seeking to transfer 300,000 they were present. His duties
The United States lost re
were those
servists to the of a PhM on independent
I sea craft, of which 43 failed to return I new Bureau head regular Navy, the! duty and as the Hospital Corps

from war patrol, four were S : ity of treatment promised equal- knows so well, the responsibility of .
I to
known all men .
Ij with
definitely to have been1 no room for this assignment is one of the great.
j sunk, two were destroyed by their' one and distinctions between est that Corpsmen are issued.
I crews to ''prevent capture, and I another. i I I Nettles was a little perturbed

three old types were stricken from 'I, 'when asked these million and one

the Navy list. The last loss to be Millions Saved By questions which led to the very

listed was the Bullhead which nev- Civilian few statements above. His expres-

,der returned from a patrol begun [) Suggestions I i j I atop changed when the subject of
on) 31 July, two weeks before the ]! The Navy saved $66,000,000 dug home came up-.he is a true Floridian -
surrender, ing the war by I' of
: utilizing the suggestions High Springs and is most
I On 1 July 1945, the Navy had ,| of civilian employees, Un-1 i happy to be back in his home
a total of 240 submarines in opera i iI der Secretary of the Navy Arte- 1' state.
tion. The mus L. Gates stated
Japs probably thought I recently i In
I the number was many times that I announcing that the Beneficial 1 I P. M. Major League Winners:

figure, for their shipping losses i Program would continue The Hospital Softball team brought
mounted steadily, and by 8urren- | Mr. Gates also pointed out that home the plaque last week-the

der day they had been forced to | the money savings were only part | prize for winning first place In

j mark off at least 1187 vessels, in- ''jof the benefits derived from the I the P.M. Major League. This was '
I eluding 146 combat ships. '' plan, since the ideas almost no accident, for our team has
| In the opinion) of SecNav For- ably meant a saving1 In j worked hard and spent a great
wrixs restal, our underwater fleet shouldbe effort as well. deal of time In order to win the

credited with destroying, Japan The 17000 suggestions for which championship.When .

as a maritime power and with full 1 civilian employees were paid the end of the week rolls
honors as playing a major role in i ranged all the way from new designs around the team will start playing
-- for small tools to for the Station Championship. The
her death Ingenious
TilE GALA NEW ARRAY as a naval power. '
SMILING WITH PLEASURE AT methods of major repair teams to be played are not knownto
SERVICE, Comparisons show that the .
OF GUTS NOW OFFERED IN.TiIE periority of U. S. craft'|' "We will\ continue to encourage date as the station play off must I
]\flHfII Dorothy Cottingham, left, and Lt. I..a Vina Jarbeaii pose' briefly crews and the submission of constructive I be held first. Due to the loss of
for the Air News photographer before opening the door to admit ( Were sharply marked. Germany Ideas
so that the Navy Millspaugh, Wilson and Garrison
lost 713 may
subs, of which ,
n horde ofager Win* shoppers.Lt.jarbeau 151: ate at the highest possible opere'' by discharge and Carwile becauseof
the Service l Officer, has recently succeeded ,were sunk either by United i
I clency on a peacetime budget, e a bad hand, the team looks for
In getting a variety of new merchandise Installed in big) new showcases forces or by Allied forces said. a tough work out.

and the store now offers perfume, powder, sachet and cologne under U S. control. Best estimates I I I
win lounging robes, cigarette lighters, pajamas, costume have set Japan's pre-war subm a- Reporting this week were: Lt:

jewelry, Matches and an assortment of cosmetics. The 1'ost Officenays rine fleet at between 80 and 90, I left, having lost around 130. These (jg) K. Zewler (DC) USNR, Ens,

all overseas gifts must he mailed before 15 October, and the with approximately 100 new ones) !'estimates do not include the well l 1 S. W. Lesnlck (H) USNR, Pharm

cheerful clerks In bWg. 720 are ready to help all hands get those added during the war years. When 'I known-midget subs or types used : David Woodard USN, and Ens:

packages off pronto. surrender came, she had about 50 for tioop transport. *.. { Mary C..Brook. (NC), USNR.


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doing through the Separation Center !III not a'8 forbidding as It seems. In three examination, fie! has hilt heart checked by Lt. J, A. lloffa of the Medical Department
action-packed days you talk, listen, and sign papers until you are exhausted, but A series of private Interviews eons next---Benefits and Insurance, Civil Readjustment -
It'.* all worth It when that final moment roiiiew and you tan walk out the gate for and others. Here he get. the word on job prospects, unemployment benefits
the first time. Here, In picture form, U the story of a typical separate. 'Cecil V. and on-the-job training from T. A. Hardy of the U. Kmployment Service Jacksonville -
Diathesis IJMIt: a native Jason, going through the .pru('",,,, that Mill end up with ofnce. Then tomes the pay-off--inrliMting his last Navy pay and the first!
Mm once again a hllian. hollowing: Mathews on hU journey counter clockwise, he $100 of hit mustering. out pay. In a simple ceremony discharge certificates are
arrive at the center with his hammock and wa bag. Nest, he.! checks in at the handed out, and he grins broadly as he receives the precious bit of paper that
receiving desk in the administration building, and awaits alignment to a group. means his days of uniform regulation, duty sections, and regimentation are over.
He listen to an orientation lecture given by Lt George Weber, senior interniewtug With a last backward look he waves a cheery "So long" to his naval' career as he
oftioer, with thus group leader Milling at his right An part of a thorough physical 1 walk out the main gate--.homeward bound.

Separation,......,: Heads 'I' ARC Group Here ( Strange InterludeIn i Florida NATS Six I Medics To Get

Offers Benefits I Maintains Great I
wF1- '1w 7FN Air News DayThe Combat Badges

To NAS PeopleA other day a stranger editorial walked Service Record I Ky ('amp Newspaper Vervl.eA
into the Jax Air News I
total of 1245 men and 38 suite and asked a lot of questions. Twenty-seven months of operation Medical Badge has been authorized -
WAVES were given counsel, guid- He seemed pleasant 'enough, but thousands of tons of cargo, by the War Departmentin
ance, and assistance by the Ameri- I determinedvery determined. He 68.000 passengers and a total of "recognition of the service rendered
can Ked Cross at NAS Jacksonville I made us a little nervous as he 56 million miles without a single I during combat" by members
during the month of August, a report I stood there and tired questions at accident or injury Is the startling of the Medical "Department assigned
issued yesterday by Allen G us. record of Air Transport SquadronSix or attached to the Infantry.
Scarbrough, Ked Cross Field Director I Look," he said, "I just reported : based at Dinner Key, Miami. i It is of silver metal, eliptical In
here, showed. aboard here, and there are a Fla I shape, with the Medical Depart-

More than 100,000 Navy men 1 couple of things on my mind. They I Flying Martin Mariners, the ments insigne, the caduceus, and
and women received assistance I told me over at Ship's Service that squadron supported U. S. Naval the Geneva Cross superimposed on
with and I this was the place to come for activities in the South Atlantic 1 a litter surrounded by a wreath of
personal family problemsfrom 1 oak leaves It will be worn On
the Red Cross in 190 naval some answers. I theater, protected our convoy I the left breast above
Sir," we said, routes, tracked down Nazi U- decorations:
1 establishments and hospitals in I "Why, certainly, I and service ribbons.
the United Mates during May, the In our usual courteous manner. boats, and flow a.jeguUr run to
| last month that complete nation- I "What can we do for you, Sir?" I Caribbean and South American I The badge will be awarded to
wide statistics are available, Mr. I First of all why do they call : ports Medical Department personnel who
Scarbrough mealed. A breakdown this an "air" station when there's I The 100 per cent perfect safety I I were regularly assigned or tempo-
not air here This is my third rarily attached during combat to
of this monthly report snows any I record is particularly notable in
that 85,561 men and 2,357 WAVESwere clean shirt today, and still I drip. that the squadron was required to ; the Medical detachments of Infantry -
served by 719 Ked Cross staff I This stuff they laughingly callclimate" train most of its own pilots and I regiments, battalions or elements -
down here is not climateat thereof since Dec. 7, 1941.
members at 134 "able-bodied" sta- crews from a small nucleus of air-
tions, and an additional 25,969 men 1 all; it's an endurance contest lines personnel, meanwhile main- Since members of the Medical
and' 253 WAVES were assisted made of wilting wetness" lie stopped taining its operational schedules. I Department are protected person
Captain Ollchrlst B. Stock- I by 886 hospital Red Cross work- I and,gazed sternly at us. I The first pilots fresh nel under the terms of the Geneva
were out of
S ton, outgoing!: head of the heparatlou ers in 56 Navy hospitals and dispensaiies. "Yes, Sir," we said, rubbing a 1 training courses at Jacksonvilleand Convention, the right to wear the
(enter, reads his onlty wet handkerchief across our face. badge may be temporarily withdrawn -
at departmental (ceremony, while "And besides all that, everything I Corpus Christi, but they learned I, upon transfer or assign-
his successor" ('aplal"Ialll': !IceM. The field director pointed out around here is too far" I, in a hurry, and delivered the ment of the Individual to duties
head of the that Navy men going through the .. goods to fleet outposts( Today the
: UeWolf, uew jToo far? Too far from what other than medical in which he
Center, stand by to take over. Naval Personnel Separation Center "Why too far from each other, I one-time novices are veteran plane may come in contact with the enemy
here will be assisted by the commanders and many of them
of course The stranger gave usa In such cases the right to
Red Cross repieentativ in have long records of combat missions I .
I filing pitying look, as if we were not wear the Medical Badge will be
Veterans Get Top. their pension claims, if any, quite bright. "I've been here a : against the enemy in the 'restored on relief from combat

: x, week, and I haven't seen anything Pacific I duties or on reassignment to the
Job Priority Spot except the inside of my barra'ksl| Present commanding officer of. Medical Department.
I Negro Troops room, the inside of the chow hall, I Squadron Six is Lieut. Comdr. L. 'I Regimental commanders are authorized .
WASHINGTON (SEA) --- Vet and the office where I work" I E. Mathew, USNR, of 4255 Lenox to make the award for
erans will get top priority in all Coming Home "Well, it's true enough that we Drive, Miami, Florida "satisfactory performance of duty
job referrals handled by Government i are going through the hot season under actual combat conditions
employment bureaus, the Veterans I' :Many of the Negroes who helpedwin I I right now, and distances on this They also are given the authorityto
Placement Service Board rebuild and keep in use the little 3000 acre plot are longer withdraw the badge if the individual *
has announced. United States Em- i I vital ports taken in our invasionof rather than shorter, but __" Port Pilots Return fails to perform his duty
ployment Service is charged with Europe are on their way home "Besides all that," the stranger satisfactory
providing maximum employmentfor 1 to be demobilized, according to aaj I continued, "all the boys in my barracks To Civilian StatusAfter '*- ,
I announcement from the I have radios in fine playing
veterans. Wherever possible, j j Port Liaison -
I November :30. the men who
qualified ex-servicemen will be assigned Officer I condition, and they test them all into FOUMKIt: EXECUTIVESENDS
the big ships our
Over 7,000 of the night. They get their exercise by guide
USES as : job I Negro troopsare I crowded harbors will be civilians : KKCAKDSI

ounsellors coming back and all of them sides bouncing.. of their tennis rooms balls They against race the again instead of pilots working under I I Captain Robert R. Johnson, former -
will be up
Disabled vets given speW .
A are high point men, some having the scrutiny of the CoastGuard Executive Officer at NAS
service towardjobs and down the passageway, on their
| clal preferential been on attire duty overseas for I|I I
Jacksonville, U now stationed in
to and from
way poker
for which they ate qualified. j i games.
as long as 38 months The
When vets are available and jobs outfits include They yell and laugh loudly at 0300 When the war began, all commercial the South Pacific and sends hu
service infantry, artil dally." pilots were placed under :. 'regards: to friends in Jackson
not, the employment
are will develop an opening In the I lery port battalions, salvage, med- The stranger turned on his heel the supervision of the Coast Guardas ville," according to information received -
I ical sanitation and 14 quartermaster security measure. The pilots, from Ens. Edmund P.
work for whuh they are best fitted and headed for the door "Thanks I
I companies, for the help," he called over hU crews and boats which usheredour Walsh, former sports editor of the
The Veterans Placement Service *- shoulder "See you later" ships into the ports of both I JAX AIR NEWS.
Board as established under the (PO )It'etlufnIlOIlIU'etl "You bet," we said In our cheery Atlantic and Pacific coasts were in Captain Johnson heM the execu
"G,I Bill of Rights" Includes j A general meeting of the CPO way, "Glad to be of service... It effect an auxiliary of the Navy.I tive post here prior to Captain John
heads of Selective Service, War Club will be held :Monday, 17 September seemed warm and we wiped the wet Now the Navy has decided to "de Raby who was recently relievedby
Manpower, and Veterans' Adminis, at 2000 at the club house handkerchief across our face mobilize" them and permit them the present Incumbent, Commander -
tration. near North Gate. again. to return to their former status.I Paul E. Emrlck.


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Editorial Offices .

v Office 01 Public Information Room 221 ro, Www :Neul: >s ctrylvieuus f rrarnst itior
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JAX AIR NEWS: It published weekly at the U. S.
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Public Information at no expense to the government and In
rumpllanie with Secnav Circular Letter : : 28 May 1945.
Copies are distributed' tree: of charge-5l6h Naval Air I (IIATLAIK EDWIN'. ANDREWSOne
Station, the Natal Air' Technical, Training Center, theleaiquarters month ago we celebrated V-J day The 'fIJ
}: of the Naval Air Operational Training Command
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cove Springs, hearts of many people throughout the world turnedi
Naval i Auxiliary Air Station l Cecil F f3.nt Naval Air i their faces toward God with Thanksgiving. The
Ciunnen' School, the U. S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Aux- churches throughout our nation were filled with
lusty Air Station\ Municipal No. 1, and the Naval Auxiliary'
Air Mniivii M.. i*>rt Lt.. James F. Kelly, L'SNR: Editor, people praying, saying a word of thanks for the
victory and the peace that returned to the world.
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davlson CSN :
learned to and
tCiilel or Naval Air Operational Training Many of those people pray pray more
fervently during the dark years of war, as they remembered
Captain Anthony ,R. Brady? USN r ..a'c' their loved ones far from home! and M
Commanding Officer k 1 those far from home knelt in the foxholes or driftedin
Jacksonville Natal Air Station
life rafts on the vast expanse of the ocean, or

Captain Joseph B. Lynch USNRCommanding winged their, way through flak-filled skies over '
dUleerNaval I Goerlng Doenltz I enemy strongholds. God was their refuge and
Air Technical Training Center _. 'J strength during these years of war, these years of

Captain John J. O'Malley (MC). USN separation and loneliness. Now that peace has returned
U.Commanding S. Naval Hospital Officer I Just How Smart Are We? I and days are tilled with Joy of the reuniting
of loved ones DARE WE RELAX in our prayer
Colonel Martin J. Kelleher USMC (Ret.) It's customary for the people of each century to thinkof I attitude toward God .,

Commanding Marine Barracks Officer themselves as the end-product of civilization, the final The church Itself l has had some experiences dur

t finished product of the human story. "We have reached the ing this war even as the Individual members and
Commander Edward. E. Dolecek L'SN people of the nation. Evil as war is, we may say
Commanding Officer limits of human experience and knowledge, they say, in that It aroused the church out of its growing leth
Naval Air Uunneis' :School their books and speeches and letters. ")Ian is capable of argy. As much as we hate war 1U devastation of .

Commander Frank T. Corbin L'SM: knowing just so much about himself and about the worldhe 'human life and property we must confess that it
Commanding! Officer stirred the church to action. We have learned .
Naval Auxiliary Air :Station: Green Cove Springs! lives in-and we know it. This'is the enlightened age of that men are still willing: to die for their faith to

Commander Howard-;; ;:; E. Born. t'$\, history. After us, no major discoveries." suffer persecution in concentration camps for the*

Commanding Olflcer From the speculative age of Aristotle, down through the truth they believed and taught. We have the examples -
Naval Air Cecil
Auxiliary Field
centuries of crusades, inventions, revolutions of alternate of these martyrs among both the Protestant
Commander Salem A. Van Every Jr., USN and Catholic clergy in Germany the Bishops of
and dark the holds. People have
light periods principle as-
Commanding Officer ,
Norway: and large numbers of people who made
Naval Auxlllaiy Air Station, !Municipal. 1_ sumed that the world ended at the horizon they could see up the underground of the European nations Even

Commander John B. Huhn. USSR around them. What could possibly lie beyond it ? After all men who gave very little credit to the church in

Naval Auxiliary Commanding Air! :Station Officer, Mayport we have already discovered the principle of gun-powder or former years have had to admit that the church
and the church alone carried-the torch of truth and
Lieut. Col. William T. Evan*. USMC (Ret.) the steam engine or electricity Or the airplane. i freedom during the dark years of the dictators tn-
Commanding Officer Well have the atomic bomb and the atomic
Marine Aviation Detachment umph. In our own country we have seen the church
principle. According to the deep thinkers we have finally place a new emphasis on the pastoral ministry.

.i The and JAX Ship's AIR Editorial NEWS Association receives Camp mateilal.Newspaper Republlc Service tlonuf arrived at the most terrible peak of all, the time when we Never: before in our history has the church made

credited matter prohibited Ith ut permission of CNSur I have discovered the "secret of the universe" and "the means as great an effort to keep in contact with its mem
r \\ Department, 205 E. 42nd: St., N.Y.C., or SEA: Washington bent Pastors and priests in the home churches endeavored
I : :A D. C. Republication of any other matter, for destroying ourselves." to keep in communication with their men
except by service publications, is I prohibited without
( Ifrmlsslon of Editor JAX AIR NE\\S. As the editor of this newspaper, we aren't called upon and women in the armed forces through weekly or

S to study the atom or the significance of the atomic force I monthly letters. Chaplains on land and Ilea were

t Letters To The Editor but we can't }Ijelp wondering whether or not the historiansof counselling; men daily. helping them to keep in '1
touch with their church and their God This pastoral
f Dear Editor: 2043 will laugh at us, aided, as they will be, by an extra ministry at home and abroad has meant much to ;

Did you mention no gripes? century of experience.As I the comfort and strength to the men and womenin 4
an example of the awed-by-ourselves attitude we service and their families at home. Now: that
A ruling has been handed down by Disbursing
this war is over, DARE WE RELAX In this ministry
at the Center here that print the following quotations : 1
f or In the strong faith of those who withstood persecution
,_ a man USN or USSR, receiving an Honorable "If, before the discovery of cannon, anyone had and death

I Discharge from an expired enlistment described its effects in the following manner: 'There is I We DARE NOT': RELAX in those fervent prayersof

will not get travel allowance for his dependents a new invention by which walls and the greatest bulwarks the foxhole, life-raft or plane in the flak-filled
'! be shaken and overthrown from considerable I skies, nor the bedside prayers of the loved ones here
nor shipping of household effects from can a ,
at home. Nor: DARK WE RELAX as a church in
his duty station home. distance it is improbable that any imagination or the pastoral, ministry, nor in standing firm in the

That means the Navy which has so kindly fancy would have hit upon a fiery blast expanding and faith that brings freedom and justice to the peopleof

J transported his family to him at a duty developing itself so suddenly and violently because no the world. Rudyard Kipling hat given us a mottoin

station will now leave the dischargee holding one would have seen an instance at all resembling it, except his "Recessional".
God of
our fathers, known of old.
\ the bag-and little else. ,I perhaps in earthquakes or thunder, which they Lord of our wide flung battle line,

1 Into the expense of packing and shipping would have immediately rejected as the great.. operations Beneath whose awful hand we hold

" household effects, railroad tickets for his of nature not to be imitated by man. Dominion over palm and pine..*

( wife children and himself will go his personal I "The human mind i3 often so awkward and ill reg- Lord God of hosts, be with us yet
Lest we forget 'lest we forget
travel allowance mustering out pay, ulated in the career of invention that it is at first diffident

and any small cash reserve he may have pain- and then despises itself. For it appears at first incredible

fully scraped together to tide him over the that it should so long have escaped man's research

costly process of getting resettled at home. All of which affords good reason for the hope

( In many cases the separatee may even nave that a vast mass of inventions yet remains which may

tf>borrow money I be deduced not only from the investigation of new modesof

Not much of a gripe? That a man who operation, but also from transferring, comparing and I'roU.tant Srrturt, for ".,,,Jay, >f'.I"IIII.r It, 1KIS

has been held over the period of his enlistment I applying those already known I by the method of whatwe 07i1) Hull Clinprl' 'ommunion ,;Chaplain .. Archibald.
because of his country's need now i h (W) Brig Sor"Ice ('lupUln LA' Davidson Jr
have termed literate experience.
NK ,
)- SAITv 3m MM I'hapUIn E. W. Andrew, preaihInic -
J being rewarded by being forced to return to "Let men only consider: if they would apply only a I
O1**) -:':.unda\' !School for Children, In the Small Chapel
i civilian life in debt.
I small portion of the infinite expenditure of talent time H'>lO-I S. ;Natal;. l Ho.pllal l Service1rN31eneral
\ The including all service : Divine Service-Chaplain H, A. Porter
newspapers papers and fortune now given to matters and studies of far inferior P'l'' ."hlnl 1 K.
(yes, you too) carry long and detailed importance and value, to sound and solid learn 19"-Serrlce: >Ien'. Chi Iollolrt League' -Chaplain L. \\ .
I lists of benefits that to the Davidson, Ji.Callioli 1'.
accrue honorably I' ing it would be sufficient to overcome every difficulty."

I discharged veteran through his "so appredative" Is the writer discussing the atomic force in, perhaps, ('hlp 1I Mu>IU Road md Urrmlagham' Ateatu
I branch of the service and the Ub-W-MUM.
gov one of the weekly picture magazines? Well no, as a matter 0 .*>-Ma a.
ernment. But nowhere do I see mentionedthat : of fact he i isn't. lIe's the invention I ht.t0Maasal .
discussing of the cannon 1\))-\I"a1.Wiass
f' one of the acts of appreciation is to His name is Francis Bacon and the words are lifted intact I I _
burden him with a debt that is morally (and ClirittUn xilmcc Services Mu.tln Road cad iiirmlagba'i'
1 from a weighty volume he wrote in the year 1(520( : called I Avenues
perhaps legally) the Navy's.The HOrj
I 'Xovum Organum''." -Small chapel
: foregoing may be a little hit on the I -- -------- Utter llirmlnliaiu.,UI yxiuu.: Small! Chapel, toner .( MiutU aad

l I unbelievable side to you, Mr.[ Editor, but 1 \ 1 Jewish Kelifluua nle"l and t>ll..w.hlp Huura
picking the phone is and call to Going My ?
up easy a Way tildjlau tfmall Chapvl, Mu tln end< Birmingham.
either Staff Disbursing or Separation Center : I Malnalde
I Tue du>, liio-mo: :: -Chaplain Office NATTC.
I Future food *
}problems will be solved by OPA planners
Disbursing will give it to you cold As a luendjv. O'ISJ\-\II"VIdrt'\ OUIce Yellow Water.
: matter of and assorted economists, but the matter of private tl'anslol'tation :i N"(:S
personal opinion any paper calling Flint Thursday of Office
that : each month, 17WM830: Chaplain'
;} itself a Service Newspaper would open up is one has been left largely to the individual for /NAA<, Green Cove Spiln.
) solution. Gasoline) has been declared available and the : Second Thursday! .I of each month, 1630-1800. Reading
with all guns on the front page to help correct gov1 i Room, NAAS, Ma\poit.
t this situation. Public opinion, in and 1 eminent has in effect told the people of this country to workout I Third llmradjy of each month; 1:54: >>-16.10, Chapel JaY

!, out of the service is the lever. To give credit private home-to-work problems! for themselves, using -.Note: No service I In PItY_ hangar: Area.. __

'.; where credit is due, I do not think this condition i the good neighbor policy and the hely-the-other-fellow policy

is what was intended, but whatever the I j as starting points, I The Book ShelfFor

'. intention the situation still exists and will !I Take the transportation problem at this station ; it's typ I readers who "Concerned with the

; until enough fuss i is raised. ical of the national problem. There is plenty of gasoline, but serious side of the peace-time living to come,

Disgusted Sailor. there are not enough tires, not enough private cars, not
i Mary V. Osborne, assistant station librarian,
enough buses. Many[ own cars in fair working order, but I has compiled the following list of books as

J'Wfo'fItbra tt. Yom Kippur Sunday there are three times as many who do not own a car of any source material '
i. Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement description and must depend on public transportation or the
Chaos of Peace . . .L. F. Bain
i the most solemn day of the Jewish I good neighbor policy of fellow workers who are driving their Carnegie Endowment for A\.

t"' religious (calendar occurs this year on way in partly filled cars. ? International .
Peace Yeaibook 1943:
:' Sunday night September 16th, and all day We believe that the solution indicated 1 is this: if driversof Conditions of ,
Peace . E. H. CarrConference
t Monday, September 17th. It is observedby private cars will pick up riders where possible, despite the Science

t } Jews everywhere as a day of prayer, fact that OPA rules concerning ride-clubs no longer exist, Religion.on Fourth, Philosophyand }

\ repentance and fasting. Services will be the load will be lifted from inadequate public transportation New Perspective Symposium

(., conducted at the Small Chapel, ]Austin and facilities, and everybody will get to work on time. on
Peace . G, U. Huszar
Birmingham, by Chaplain Leo Stillpass.)) The hitch-hiker's thumb-taboo at this station-would l How to Win the
Peace. .C. J. HambroProblems
The evening service will begin at 1930 and no longer be necessary here if drivers would Jean out and of the Post-war '

the morning service at 0930, and will con say: "Going ?" We can beat
my way our transportation difficulties World
tinue until 1800. . .T C. T. McCormick
ourselves if we work together.
Toward a Better S'orkl .J. C. Smuts


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"MICE OR f" ] Curtiss Survives

Jap Kamikaze HitNot MAINS IDE ,

all Kamikaze strikes were
fatal, aa the seaplane tender US 4
I Curtis proved last June in Okinawa r
waters when it survived a :

II direct hit by a Jap suicide plane
and its 1000-pound bomb. The story
was released this week the .
((1(1i I I By Bill Smith, Y3c Navy Department. b.r \

i Question: Will gIrls who have Carrying a full load of bombs
A > keen In the services. make better and ammunition, the CurtUs look. "
: wives than those who hav>n't ? ed like a goner when the Kamikaze I
I hit amidships. The explosive

c"am"I KAY E: NEELY, Y3c, Jackson, charge penetrated to the third MAINSIDE MOVIES
Miss. deck before letting go, and the engine II
i'i'c. Sure we will, boys. You just of the plane tore two gaping THURSDAY ,
ought to see me make! up a bunk holes in the starboard side. Directly I "BLAZING THE WESTERN TRAIL" a thrill packed western

I t- take these damn I know how to carry a rolling pin below lay the CurtlsVs magazine | with Charles Starrett. 1300-1700 ((2000 Mason Field),
wish'they'd and the'
too. Got a sore throat now or I the Impact of oncoming
things oflf go we could fo ashore could give you some good reasons.S. I Jap plane when It hit at an FRIDAY
(once in awhitel"Y estimated speed of 400 knots was I "THE BEAUTIFUL CHEAT." A story dealing with child delinquency

1', MORRIS, Sic, Columbia, sufficient to wipe out sick bay, based on the comedy side Bonita Granville and Noah Beery
ISC. I galleys, messrooms, and a portionof Jr. have the leading roles. One show, 1300.
j In a way they will, in a way the officer's quarters. U.SO. STAGE SHOW, 'TOWN TOPICS," 2000.
they won't But it's up to the I Fire raced through four decks, I SATURDAY
individual girl. They have had a while the sprinkler systems and .
I "THE BATTLE OF NEW BRITAIN. Special showings for Station
I good chance to learn a lot of fire mains were ruptured by the
,( I |j. visitors, 1100-1300-1500: running time 60 minuted.
things, and if they didn't take blast. Fire-fighting crews brought
YI | the opportunity to learn it's their : up emergency equipment to con SUNDAY
own fault. I trol the flames, while heroic memo "STATE FAIR." The familiar story of a lovable rural family
1---1 bers dived repeatedly to cut loose and their experiences at the State Fair filmed in Technicolor with Dana
; 1 I II locked hatches, in order that burn Andrews and Jeanne Crain. 1430-1700 ((2000 Mason Field).
I ing sections around the magazine MONDAY"STEPPIN1
Mo.Only one way to find out, and I could be flooded. "
IN SOCIETY. A lively comedy starring Edward
that's get married to one of them.I I All damage control measures Everett Horton. 1300-1700-1930.
I But that's strictly for somebodyelse were futile until salvage vessels '
With everybody ready to fall not me. and tugs came alongside to add TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY
apart at the seams because of the I tons of water to the burning area. I' "THREE STRANGERS." Two men and a woman are share.
tension arising from the uncertainty I A. T. NIKULA: AMMlc, Minne- Gradually the fires were brought holders in a lucky sweeps-stake ticket. An intriguing mystery develops
of what Waves will be discharged apolis, Minn. :I under control, a five by eight hole since: that ticket turns out to be the clue to a murder Sidney
on what basis at what Mate, you've got me on a limb in the hull was patched, and the Greenstreet, Geraldine Fitzgerald and Peter Lorre have the principal
place when, new gremlins rise to there. I know what I want to say ship was able to proceed to port, roles. Tue. 1300-1700. Wed. 1300-1700-1930 (2000 Mason Field),
plague us in the form of small but I'm a little afraid to say it. i Y (Note: Mason Field movies at 2000 on Sunday, Tuesday and
white elephants which must some jl You see I'm married to a WAVE Navy Career UrgedFor Thursday if weather permits, otherwise they will be shown at Maln-
how be gotten back home. With myself, side Auditorium near 1930)
hopeful words and thoughts we -- I Medical CorpsBuMed -.-- .

try to make plans, however vague, I MADALENE ;, MAERTZ, Y3c, is going ahead rapidlyon
and part of them it, of necessity,
Chicago III.Naturally..
the of a planned program designed to .
shipping our Navyacquiredgear.
They have already make Regular Navy Medical Corps
I learned to take orders, do light work an appealing and profitable TIIURSDAY-FRID
A strange assortment It is, too. housekeeping (very light if one career, both for young doctors who "CARIBBEAN MYSTERY," with James Dunn, Sheila Ryan. 1030.
Some of it picked up while hereor can get by with it), and have had wish to specialize and for older
on small side trips, some of it I so much guff and stuff and nonsense doctors who would like to hold key SATURDAYNo .
sent as gifts by well meaning but I, poured into their ears by positions in the educational pro- show.
un-regulatlon-conscious friends and various and sundry people--that in gram, according to an AINav received Sl'NDVY
relatives, some of it brought withus I their present state, peace and quiet this week. 'THE BEAUTIFUL CHEAT," Bonita Granville, Noah Beery Jr.
in the first place. But a surprising : and spending a lifetime with one !1: A residency-type graduate train- 1930.
number of surprising person (an honest one) appears a ing program has already been MONDAY-TUESDAY
things seem to have "jest growed." bit of heaven. We are beaten are established in naval hospitals.
FAIR" with Dana Andrews Jeanne Crain. 1930.
One Wave with miniature trou- subdued, are plain tlied. There'smy I Three hospitals have been ap-
bles is the collector of tiny glass version, fellows. Pick a WAVE proved by a survey board of the \\EDNEfcUAY
perfume vials. Some are exquisitely and be happy=-we hope I American Medical Association for "STEPPIN' IN SOCIETY" with Edward Everett Horton, 1930.
carved and decorated, all are I I residency training in both medical
small and exceedingly fragile. The C. H. KNOWLES, RM3c New and surgical specialties, and other (For brief description see Mainside program.)
business of wrapping, protectingand York City. I hospitals are being surveyed for FOR ADDITIONAL MOVIE INFORMATION CALL EXT. 8921.OIHK.U ,
packing these wee items will I Well, both have their good I the same purpose. The American -.-.--- ---.--- -
be no small task. We suspect there I points. Girls/ who have been in : Society of Surgeons has so far approved <
I will be at least two of the gals the service have been around more' 32 Navy hospitals for EVENTS
who will go out the main gate for and are more sure of themselves. : graduate training in surgery. BOXING
the last time carrying, not suitcases II But some guys prefer the type Medical officers in the older age For information regarding workouts call Lt. Rubino, extension
but boxes, and handling I that's not so sure of herself Me, group who are already trained and 593, or report to Mainside mat after 1500.
! them gingerly, too! The one ac- I I like 'em all, I classified as specialists will fit Into '.
companying: the "miniature" col- ____ I the new program as key men, CREW'S DANCK
; lector will be the one who gave E. F. PATTERSON, SIc Little as teachers, leaders and clinicians. I Crew's dance Saturday 13 September, 2030 to 2:HO, Mainside
up her frills high heels and fancy Rock, Ark I The younger officers will be in Auditorium. Music by Rocky and his Jumping Jax.
frocks for Uncle Sam, but who I would choose a civilian, pro a position to train in the specialty SWIMMING
drew the line at giving up her per vided she had money. Otherwise I II of their choice and to have credit
" fume. Result I ; for the time so applied Officers-at Student Officers' Pool and Officers' Club Pool from
: a mighty collectionof think a WAVE or a WAC might spent
0800 to 2200 daily. Enlisted-pools 1 2 Mainside from OSOO to 2100
wondrous odors which cannot I make a better wife. The perfect I toward American Board Certifica-
be entrusted to a sea chest. combination would be a WAVEmillionairess. tion, fellowship in the American daily
Then there are the puzzled own- College of Surgeons or Physicians.It BOWLING
ers of vases, growing plants, and is the Bureau's intention to Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building No. 3. Alleysare
pinupswhat to take, what to D. B. RUSHING, S2c Baltimore, make the Navy's training, attain- I' open from 1000 to 2100 Monday thru Saturday and 1200 to 2100
leave, how to get rid of um. Thereis Md. I I ments, honors, etc. comparable in on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.
a separate category of toy pos I don't think it makes a lot of every way to those available in
sessorshow to take along the difference Women are all the civilian practice. j I GOLF
. pups, cats, dolls, horses, and goats same at heart, regardless of Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday thru Saturday and 0800to
, in a trunk already stuffed to burst whether they've had on a uniform. HEY, WHERE'S OUR DUCK? 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Golf House.
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ing? Some of the dolls are the Some WAVES have ,been pretty Free Instruction to Naval personnel by appointment, call extension
size of a three year old child, and I badly spoiled by being around a 8157 Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course
just about as easy to take care of surplus of guys, though | :MUSIC -

now that moving day is approach- I j jr A rehearsal room Is available to all hands in the Mainside Recreation
ing.Here RICHARD BROUGH, AMM2c Building No. 3. For appointment call extension 493. Musicians
and there are the shell I Harrisburg Pa. I are urged to get in touch with the Welfare Office, Building No. 3.
gatherers. Somehow the thin seal- I r Technically speaking i they er .
loped shapes do not look as lovely' should make better wives. They've ANCHORAGE
S and as intriguing as they did on i I had plenty of practice in taking Open daily to enlisted personnel (with Liberty Cards and uniformof
the beach, but they have been patiently I orders. All this military training the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason Field.

picked up and saved.--so i will probably save some men a lot TKNN1S .
what to do nowtry to pack themor I of trouble i Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training Build
be sensible and throw the lot _.. _.
ing No. 726 and equipment rooms at Building No. 3 and on the Mat
away ROGER DODGER, S2c. Pot- Area (corner of Muslin and Yorktown Roads)
Always, of course, we have with latch, S. C. I IF Iy
un the athletes, who must struggle My old lady never wore a uni Iu RECEPTION CENTERThe
with unwieldly golf clubs, tennis form and she can plow a straighten u Reception Center, located In south wing of building No. 955,
and badminton rackets, riding furrow than most men. Is open to NA.S personnel and their !guests from 1000 to li2CW daily
boots, etc. Being our version of ._ BO.WING AND SAILING '
the", "mustle men," tho, they will I .
undoubtedly solve the problem by Call extension 623, Yard Craft Officer, for Information. ,
Bath Club
sheer strength. No Longer FreeThe LIBRARY

Some of us who finally caughton I Bath Club at Ponte Vedra 'I Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Building No. 3. ;, I
to the idea that the only way. Open from 0800 2100 from 1200 to ,
Beach, popular neaiby resort, is JIThe to Monday< through Saturday and ':
to defeat the bugs'was to put stuff now operating on a strict member. ; 2100 on Sunday. J fi
under are now astonished at '
cover basis PICNICSFor
ship and all service people 'f
the extensive stacks of little boxes
intending to use the club in the'!' editor's" mall lilteeU, ,J
and glass jars we seem to have" acquired I information and assistance in planning picnics and parties .
with no effort or fore future are requested to make ap- '! contained wistful and anxious I contact Welfare Office, extension 493, Recreation Building No. 3. Picnic :
thought. And of course there's" a plication for membership, B. T. letter from a young lady who kits available. '
of Aunt Caroline's Christmas Ewing, manager, announced last' I sign herself "A \\'a'eIn A anti, FISHING .
week. R. She U concernedlth thehereabouts
cake in one, the long lost pair of During the war, the club was of 1'Ult n, the station Deep sea and fresh water tackle available In the Welfare Office,
blue socks in another and that
No. 3.
open to service people without regard thick. "What has become of Building
S gorgeous big bottle of gardenia to VOLLEY: RJ.LSn BADMINTON
membership provisions rUUAR ? the letter goes on. "I
bath oil in another. That brings
to mind the bath salts, yellow Following the Japanese surrender, lined to see him every" morningnear Gear available in the gear locker room In Building No. 3. Volleyball
blouse, and lapel ornaments already however, the club has/ returned to I the Post Ofilce?" Can any games on Mon., Wed., Frl. Badminton games on Tue., Thur. from
stowed in the sea chest after its former policy. body answer the Udy's their well meant arrival last birth -- _._._ We know there \\as a meat and EXCURSIONSSilver

day! ,Emergency" poultry shortage about the time Springs tickets are available in the Welfare Office before '
Stuff, stuff! What to do withit I' Excited cutie: "Oh, officer, of FUltAR'S disappearance, butue 1200 on Friday Cost of ticket is $2.33 round trip.
all! Well, we don't really worry please help me 1 I've"lost my refuse to let ourselves think St. Augustine tickets are available in the .Welfare Office, before "'
about it too much. After all,. there I I aunt's pay." < about It, We'd prefer to think 1200 on Friday. Cost of ticket is $1.20 round trip. .
are plenty of us who are thinkingat I I Officer; "Well,. stop,talking pig that our pet, quarker simply All excursions leave from Main Gate at 0830 Sunday' and return
this point that we'll be doing a latin and tell me what's the mat took off one lay, -fired by the from Silver Springs at approximately 2000 and return from' St. Augus.
4.0 job if we just get ourselves ter. They maybe we can get some urge to travel somewhere, and tine at approximately 1700.
out that main gate! where," settle down with a family


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Page Six JAX AIR E 13 September

Fliers Will Scrimmage College Team Here_ Saturday! .

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f Guide The Destinies of Football Fliers I Practice Contest

I Starts At 15H( ); ,

Injury .Jinx Hits t))

) Warner SpX)3c
By Ralph Editor, I With only 10 days to go before
Sports b
the grid season blossoms

The top-heavy advantage ''if'- forth in all its glory, the hard

service teams have held over working NAS Fliers are ca-

college elevens is going to reening down the practice trail Fat

fade-a-vay to a certain extent full tilt-and the next few ,f,

this season, although the 4 j$4 I days are going to be a lot of (

cream of the Army and Navy work and little play. .

outfits still will be able to I I This afternoon a stiff intra-

manhandle their civilian grid- squad scrimmage is on the ;;

iron brethren.The I docket and Saturday afternoon I
Is obvious. Collegiate I spice will be added to the program "
reason when the Fliers tangle with a col-
on the way up,
elevens are
legiate eleven in an informal, non-
while service football, as a whole, I' .
a drop, both regulation game.Today's
to experience
Is due I drill will start at 1445.
and the
number of teams
in the I There's a lot of coaching talent In the above group of mentors, who will guide the 1945 Fliers Saturday the Fliers will stage a

calibre of play. through a rugged 11-game schedule. From left to right, Lt. Edward Van Bibber, former athletic director brief intra-squad scrimmage, start-
This line of reasoning, however, and line coach at the University of Connecticut; Lt. Otis Douglas, head coach at Akron U.; Lt. ing at 1430 and at 1500 they will

Aoesn't apply to a dozen or so serv- (jg) Barney McGarry, who played for the Cleveland Rams; Head Coach Jim Tatum, of the North duel with the collegians for four ala"

ice aggregation, who, at this early Carolina Tarheels; Lt. George Barclay, line coach at Dartmouth; and Lt. Swede Anderson, backfield 10-minute periods. The "game," W'J

date, apparently have the grid coach at Indiana Douglas and McGarry: also intend to work in a good bit of \placing time. to be played on the newly laid out

goods-but good. .. _._________ n_ -- -_ -- ----- ---- -- gridiron at Mason Field, is strict-

Drawing top billing in this select Fliers 11y 1 of the practice variety. The
group are the seven Army Air I Sweep Victory League Honors ; identity of the college squad com

Force elevens, who are loaded with ing here has not been announced.

outstanding gridders. Rated r'''it j Meanwhile that maker or
Set Record With 40 Wins 8 LossesLt.
up with these goliaths are the .r''t. ] breaker of grid teams the Injury -
who are fins, stalked the rUn :
Fierce Navy Amphibs, I tamp
said to be red hot again.A I Compiling the best recordof I last Saturday as four full teams

couple of shades behind and Comdr. Smith any baseball club to rep- i Gehringer Raps!) I romped satisfactory through otherwise

in the dark horse classificationare \ resent the Naval Air Stationin I
our own NAS Fliers, Ft. I Quarterback Dick Fisher key
Benning, Pensacola Navy and Returns To TexasLt. its five year history, the .358 For SeasonManager man in Coach Jim Tatum's T-for-

mation, suffered a broken nose late
M. Marj's Pre-Flight. 1945 NAS Fliers added two
Comdr. Russell (Dutchy) In the drill. It was the recurrenceof
Other service outfits who may Smith staff physical officer their string last Charley Gehringer, a
training triumphs to an old trouble for the former
hit the top are Bainbridge, Cherry left handed batter who has a consistent
for NAOTC has been
returned -
Ohio State star who received
I Point, Fleet City of Shoemaker, to inactive duty under the week to end the season with habit of poking the horsehide similar injury when he played for

Corpus Christi, Keesler Field, point system and has departed for 40 victories against eight de- where infielders and outfielders : the Buckeyes.
Camp Peary and the El Toro Ma- ain't, has been No. 1 on the
his native state of Texas, it was
rines. Flier hit parade all summer. Fisher is working out with the
announced last
Saturday Chason Dairy and Camp Bland- squad now, but rough work is taboo -
placed in the "has- So it should come as a surpriseto
Tentatively A well known figure in the athletic ing were the victims in the final that the final for him for the time being. It
Great Lakes Ran exactly no one
been" class ,
are Iowa world, Smith was one of the two games, both by a 10 to 2 score, swat standings list one Mr.: Geh- is expected, however, that he will
dolph Field and Sampson.Carolina men who helped set up the Navy'sV5 as the Fliers added the second half ringer at the top of the heap witha be able to go in the Fliers' open-
Pre-Flight and North physical training program title of the Victory League to their sweet .358 mark. ing game with Miami Navy on 22Sept.
Pre-Flight, both of whom have back in January, 1942. He was first half crown to gain the undis- .
fielded outstanding teams, are entirely line coach at Louisiana State priorto puted championship of the North Only one other Flier regular is .
out of the picture, along his entrance in the Navy. He Florida loop. over the .300 average. That individual -
Fliers To
r, PlayIn
Pre-Flight. is hard hitting Jack Baer
with Georgia went to LS.U. from Texas Tech, the direction of
Under capable
Rated all alone at the extreme where he coached the forward wall Gehrin- who has a choice .333.

top of the heap are Army and for eight seasons. playing the manager Fliers chalked Charley up a com- In the mound department, caiiiiy Jax StadiumPermission
both boasting an array of ger, Don Carter is out
Navy, Lt. Blanard righthander been receivedfrom
Spearman currentlyIs bined league record of 34 wins has
talent which makes big leaguepro front with 11 victories
as com-
staff the NAS
acting physical training against four losses, and a non- Washington for
teams look a third time. pared with two losses. Next in
officer for NAOTC and is stand- league mark of six and four. Fliers to play their home football -
In the college picture, there are until line is Ezra (Mac) McGlothin with Jacksonville
Ing by a replacement at rives. in the
Dame will Clutch hitting, superb pitchingand games
no real standouts. Notre nine and two.
has the
Spearman necessary points Lt. Comdr.
Municipal Stadium,
ball featuredthe
be good-but not great. The Big for return to inactive duty heads-up Team batting follow:
wide required play of the Fliers as the club averages Warren lot C G u Irk, physical
Conference race Is open
Ten and is to be detached next month .
Player AB H Aver. training officer, has
with Ohio State and Minnesota won 16 out of 19 games in the final -
the bulge over Indiana and it was announced. He was all- half after coming through witha Gehringer 106 38 ,358Ba.n is expected that the Fliers
Purdue.In given American gridder at Texas Chris- near perfect 18 and 1 mark in 150 50 .333 will play at least three--or pos-

the Southeastern, it's Georgia' tian in 1932, and formely coachedat the first portion.In Prust 37 11 ,299 sibly all---of their home tilts in
Paschal High School in Ft. Hopkins 142 (0 .282 the stadium.
Tech, Tennessee, Alabama and compiling their league rec-
Worth, Tex. Anderson JM H .273 While numerous details In-
Georgia, though not particularly In ord, Gehringer's outfit won eight
-% TTl-- Jaworski 30 8 .266 volved in arranging for the
that order; In the Southern, Wake out of eight from the Terminal
DeMars 147 37 .252 games to be played in Jax have
Forest is the big play along Railroaders out of
getting seven seven
Trosper-Cady In McCullough J56 39 .250 not yet been worked out, it was
with perennial Duke. from Mayport, seven out of
M 13 ,2UWoddatl announced that service personnel
behind Army and Nayyin from Gibbs six
Standing eight Shipyard
101 24 .231 will be admitted without
the East are Penn, Pittsburgh, Doubles FinalsPlaying out of seven from Chason Dairy, McGlothin ::52 12 .231 charge to all NAS games,
Yale and Cornell. Out on the coast, and six out of eight from Camp House
78 15 .192 whether at the stadium or Mason -
Southern Cal is in its usual favored excellent tennis, Joe Blanding. Field.

position. U.C.L.A. also is draw- Trosper and John Cady added two *>In the outside tilts, the Way- LESS THAN SO TIMES AT BAT --1

ing a lot of support.The victories to their opening round cross Army Warhawks were the Bittner 8 3 .375: A second injury cropped up on
picture in the Big Six and triumph to reach the finals of the only club to hold an edge over the Kerman 19 7 .368 the last play of the scrimmage, and

Missouri Valley Is still in the open net doubles tournament at locals---and the weather man hada Slater 11 3 .273 strangely enough, the victim was

developing .stage, but down in NAS. lot to do with that. The Fliers Seldwitz 13 3 .230 another Fisher-End George Fisher -

.. the Southwest, Arkansas and Trosper and Cady will meet the were upset by Waycross there ear- Miller 23 4 .174 who suffered an ankle sprain.
Texas Christian are receiving the winner of the Gordon Reedy-Lt. ly in the season and never had a He is due back in action in week

bulk of pre-season acclaim. Begal and Lt. Plattner-Lt. Johnson chance to even it up as three PITCHERS' or so.

The overall collegiate outlook is match in the championship' round, scheduled tilts with the Army club RECORDSShut I Tatum expressed satisfaction, as'

much brighter than in 44 with nu- which will be played sometime this were rained out. Name W Louts- a whole, with Saturday's scrim-

merous good elevens ready for a week. The Fliers divided two-game sets Seidwitz 4 0 2 mage, and added he is looking for

wide open battle for sectional and The Trosper-Cady combine en- with three of the South's strongest Jaworski 1 0 .. Improvement this week. "All the _)

national honors. tered the finals with a 7-5:\, 6-1 tri- service teams, the Maxwell Carter 11 2 1 boys worked hard," he said "al-

Meanwhile, while service football umph over Lt Epler and A. L. I Field Bombers, Ft. Pierce Am- McGlothin 9 2 3 though the showing of fullbacksand "

may decline slightly off the pace Warren. Previously they lad eliminated phibs and Orlando Army Air Base. Prust 8 2 3 ends was not quite up to par.
of the last two seasons, there'll be Fred Miller and Frank Offense was the keynote of the
They scored Welch Miller
once over -5 1 ..
no drop here. Big league activitywill Floyd by 7-5, 6-3. Army Hospital, Daytona Beach I Bittntr 2 1 1 drill. Mixing up passes with a

be the order of the day when I Reedy and Begal advanced on NAS, and Gibbs, the latter beinga -_ tricky running game, the firM
the Fliers get together with their I two elevens ripped off huge
a 6-3, 6-2 verdict over H. P. Hen- pre-league clash.
brutal 11-game slate, which includes dee and W. II. Walker, while Batting averages of players no hunks of yardage against the
titanic clashes with Ft. Plattner and Johnson scored over Don Carter and Claude Jawor- longer with the Fliers includes: third and fourth teams, and at

Pierce, Ft. Benning, Pensacola and Lt. Glascow and Lt. Hilmer, 6-1, ski were the winning moundsmenIn Boerner, 29 hits in 91 trips, .318; the same time, displayed m
other rugged military forces. I the closing tilts with Chason McConnell, 25 hits In 114 trips, strong defensive gaire.
63.A Dairy and Camp Blanding. Carter 219. Ted Williams, who played Taking part in the- scrimmage
The 193 baseball Fliers mayor pair of $25 War Bonds will be bo' the milkmen with seven two games with the Fliers, hit for the first time were Center Walt

may not be the best diamond ag- awarded to the winning team in ,, bu to top the Flier hurling three times in seven appearancesfor I Dubzinski, and two playing

gregation in NAS history, but they the tourney, which is sponsored by coip3 with 11 victories Jaworski 428. I coaches, Guard Barney McGarryand
the Physical Training and Welfare scattered 10 hits at Blanding Sat- Tackle Otis Douglas. It was
have marked up the best record. In I ---- -
Department. urday to coast to victory behind the first real workout for Dubzinski -
winning 40 games while losing but _
-% j2i- the 16 MAJOR
eight, Manager Charley Gehrin- I hit assault of his team- formerly of the Boston pro
"BROOKLYN BEACH"Dajtona mates. i Yanks, who only recently returned
gel's fine club capped a great five STANDINGS
year record at NAS. Beach will have a I -x-_ from leave.

The 1941 team, managed by Lt. distinct Dodger atmosphere next BASEBALL'S BIG SIX Krtult to 12 Sept) I The lineups of the first two

Comdr. Edgar Suratt, won 31 and )"ear. Not only will the Brooklyn Batting (Three leaders In each league) AMERICAN LEAGUE teams were as follows:
lost eight. In 1912, with Lt. Comdr. J dub and Its Montreal International Player and ClubG AB R Ji pct \V L I't"t. Bishop, le; Douglas, It; Kirkpat-
League farmhands trainat Cavaretta. Cubs 113 426 86 152 .357 Detroit 80 57 ,%84 rick Ig; Dubzinskl, c; Lackney,
(now Comdr.) George Earnshawat Holmes Braves
137 565 118 :2(10) 354 Washington HO 61 567 ,
the helm, the team won 35 out Daytona Beach, but the tltj'a Rosen, Dodgers 126 1 527 110 176 .334 New: York 70 65 518\ rg; Walker, rt; OQulnn, re; FishWI)
of 44 Five of the nine losses franchise in the Florida State Cucclnello W. Sox 110 373 475.308 St. Louis 71 66 .518 er, q; Hanlon, Ih, Thigpen,
k games. League also will IH operated by Case Senator 108 440 65 135; .307 Cleveland b7: 65 508 Frantz, f.
were to teams in Bouclreau Indians 97 b6 73
pro spring 316 50 106 .3* Chicago 475
tiaining in Florida. the Dodgers. Nation Boston W 73 .475 G. Fisher, le; Shulte, It, Liles,
--- --- Philadelphia 47 89 .346 Ig; Rapacz, c; Jones, rg; Leslie, rt;
Lt. Marty McDonough man Runs Batted In-Walker, DOdgers
aged the Filers" In '43 and 41, the; Downing Brothers nine, the 112; Holmes, Braves 108; Adams, Cardinals Hamlow, rei; Brown q; Buffalino,
tournament winner, would play 105.home ; Hunsinger, rh; Bess, f.
when records of 38-15 and 24-9
W L Pct The full
Run -Holmes, Brave 28, squad is virtually at
to the locals
fiddle dayor
The team addedto any Chicago 85 50 .630
were compiled.
Adams, Cardinals 22; Workman, Drates strength now, although Back Don
night of the week. St. Louis 83 53 610
Its laurels in 43 22
by annexingthe
Brooklyn 75 fcO 558 Lesher still haa not reported be-
state em-pro title. So as King Football takes over, Am rkM League Pittsburgh 77 6..Ml: cause of illness Lesher, who
The current Fliers didn't enter we doff our helmet to the 1945 Flier Runs Batted In-Etten. Yankees 92; New York 73 65 .529 starred for Great Lakes last sea-
Callenbine I Tigers 85; York, Tigers W. Boston 59 78 .431
the 45 semi-pro meet, but the records diamondeers And their brilliant Home Kun -Stepheni, Drown 21;i Cincinnati W 81 .404 son, to counted upon to carry a lot
prove beyond any doubt that I record. Ci.llenhlne Tiger J7; York, Tigers ]8. Philadelphia .2 97 .V2 of mail for the Filers ,this fall.

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13 September 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

MF-OTU Rules Softball Roost Medal Winners rrom Air Group 84

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Touch Grid Leagues Start Play 1 1I I

MF-OTU stole the show in the first phase of the annual

cup competition at NAS last week as the officers' softball j

team of that unit won the championship of the Officers'MCeague

and the MF-OTU enlisted men came off with thecrown fH 1

in the two EM leagues. t /r 1J
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By winning the title in their /
from Supply fourth in the Morn- :
league, the MF-OTU officers were
awarded 20 points toward the Admiral's Ing League. i a3

likewise Cup. The received MF-OTU 20 points enlistedmen in awarded Commanding Off the as results follows Officer's, :points MF-OTU Cup on were the 20, I'' : t ( : :

the race for the Commanding: Ofticer's -
Marine Barracks 16, VPB 12, FIS

Cup. 10, A I R 8, 0 & G 6, Main Galley
second in the
The lap
cup compe- 4, and two points to other teams
tition starts this week when oneOfflcers'
who finished league play.
and two Enlisted Men'sTouch
;' The same units in the softball
Football Leagues kick off a
league will have teams In theOfficers'
season that will run to 30 Nov.
Touch Football circuit
Winners of the Admiral's Cup for
while virtually the same groupsare
officers and Commanding Officer's to field teams in
expected +
Cup for enlir+ 1 men are deter- the two enlisted men loops. Eachof } 9t .4 4 'e.x 4< $

mined by the highest number of the two KM leagues will have l 44 e

points a unit or division compilesin either eight or 10 entries.

four sports, softball, touch foot- The schedule in the touch

ball, basketball and volleyball. ball leagues call for a

Kimner-up In the Qfficera round-robin, with a total of foot-I

Softball League was VPB, which 18 games to be played. The ti&

received 16 points. Operations, testa will be played in the

e In third place, van awarded 12 ings 0 n Tuesday, morn-j >>

points, and IIS (formerly<'-5)) Thursday and Friday of each week. I

received 10.Playoffs Now directing the activities of I

between the top four the football leagues is Lt. Edward

teams in the two enlisted men's : Van Bibber of the Physical Training I

' leagues were as follows: Department, who last week assumed '

: MF-OTU, first in the Morning i the duties of director of the I __-n__.______ __ _n

I. League, defeated Marine Barracks, i sports program. : THESE NINE PILOTS garnered a total of 25 awards at Inspection ceremonies last Saturday

first in the Afternoon League, 3 In addition to supervising the I They are all from Air Group 84, which recently completed /He-month combat tour in the Pacific

\;. .to 1. sports program, Van Bibber is assisting aboard the unsinkable USS Bunker Hill. The meda's were presented by Commander Paul E. Emrlck,

Vri3, second in the Morning Lt. Jim Tobin in coachingthe Acting Commanding Officer of NAS. From left to right: top row are Lt. (Jg) Stanley F. Abele, Lt.

] League, defeated FIS, second in NAS Flier football team. A (jg) David Rose, Lt. (jg) Robert W. Hurley, Lt. (jg) Wallace I. Anderson and Ens. George Lyons.

the Afternoon League, 1 to 0. I former all-American tackle at Pur Bottom row, Lt. (jg) Kenneth I). Lane, Lt. (jg) Francis R. Blossom, Ens. Joseph P. Benson and Ens.

A & R, third in the Morning I due University, Van Bibber is on Martin E. Woll.

w League, defeated 0 & Q, third in I leave of absence from the University -- -

" the Afternoon League, 1 to 0. I of Connecticut where he was
:,"i Main Galley fourth in the Afternoon athletic director before entering ICommercialI Record Number Men

s League, won by default I the Navy. I

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I Are Decorated Here"VETS

I HAMBURG. Max Schmeling L----1
In the largest mass decoration
I onetime world's heavyweight box- OF FUTURE WARS' j

EDGE MARINES ing champion and Nazi paratrooper Late model coupe, convertible .r two- TAKE PART IN THIS ONE ceremony ever held at NAS, Jax

I has been acquitted of making door. Call 81U, Mr. Msrgarle Putnam. Princeton N. J. (CNS-Re- Commander Paul E. Emrick, act-
Improper statements to Allied mil- '17, 8 or '31 Ford or Plymouth convertible ing in behalf of Captain
The Navy team boxers out- or passenger coupe. Charles L. member those Princeton students AnthonyR.

punched their Marine cousins from itary authorities about his plans Celt. PhoM3c. 118 King St., RiTtrilde. who caused all the commotion backin Brady, awarded 47 medals and
the NAS varsity last Friday nightat I for publishing books to re-educate Second-hand bedroom met. living and citations at Saturday's inspection.
German furniture floor lamp, odd 1936 when formed
youth.PYTLAK. dining room they an
the :Mainside Auditorium, duplicating I tall,, tall 2-HS28 aiiTlijb' wren 9 highest honors were shared
their triumph over the -t- a.m. and I p.m. organization known as "The Vet- by Lt. (Jg) Robert W. Hurley,

Leathernecks of a fortnight ago, X or I room furnished apartment or erans of Future Wars ?" They de- USNR and Commander James V.
DISCHARGED mall house with kitchen Call 2.7711
to win by a count of i to 2. Ext. 8802 Mr.. McMullen between t manded an immediate $1,000 bonus Barry, USN. Lt. (jg) Hurley received
From start to finish the contest- BOSTON.-The Boston Red Sox and 4100.Furnished. the Navy Cross, the Air
announced that Frank Pytlak received apartment ar imill for for all men between 18 and 36 so
ants had the fans on the edge of Medal, and Gold Stars in lieu of a
their seats. It was an evening of his discharge from the Navy young couple 882., near air station. Can they could enjoy it before they second and third Air Medal. His

thrills that kept the onlookers in today and joined the club as a Mary Furnished Carl.apartment or homo near Naval went to war. citation records his feat in press

a frenzy throughout the seven- catcher for the remainder of the Air Station. Preferably In Ortega Avon-, Well, of the nine charter mem- ing home a torpedo plane attack
Lake Short or
,bout card. season. dale.Fairfax No Manor children or peta. Guarantee bers of the "Veterans of Future until he scored a direct hit upona

The opening cetto paired Don excellent care. Permanent duty. Greene. Wars," eight are in the armed large enemy battleship, contrib-
Whitson of the Navy team with draw Frenchy Charpentier and 8541.Houio Y2e.. Jar Air New Staff Writer; Fit. forces and the ninth is 4F. uting to its destruction.

Nick Carrisal, Whitson showing Toby Reid fighting to a deadlock accessible t. atatiun, furnished orunfurnished. -i-- Comdr. Barry received the Distinguished
the better of the two and winning Two bedreani required.Fit. Flying Cross, Gold Star
j after three fast rounds of nip-and- (18, Lt. B. I. Wolf Allotment For A horse
a split decision over the lighter My in lieu of second DFC, the Air
I Texan. tuck leather pushing. Reid hit the Navy Censored, especially envelope V-J from D.,. Call shljs 2-42JO of the or Italy (CNS-Cpl. Jean Pratt, Medal, Gold Star in lieu of second

Sal Alvarez hooked Pete Reis- deck for no-count in the second contact Chief II. A. Jimtn, dtaff Naval of Weiser, Idaho, a WAC stationed Air Medal, and the commendation
Hospital. here has an allotment deducted ribbon. Comdr. Barry's citations
I berg into submission in one min- round but finished strongly ,
FOR BEN rl from her pay-for her horse. Ac- disclose that he repeatedly Hew
I ute and ten seconds of the second furnished,
Once again Eddie Clayton and '.roo" bungalow, completely
tual beneficiaries her nts into fortified
are heavily ter-
Jt round in the bout which followed for 1 month or ( week. Available now. enemy
the Marines their first win. Jimmie :Moore were in the head- $7i a month. U8t Park St. 24705. who use the money to feed and ritory, taking a high toll of enemy
j and bath. 115 a week per co.- board Jean's horse shehasn't and
the only knockout of liner. Clayton moved out fast at 2 roomi a mare shipping ground installations.The .
" By pie. 1311 Park St., Avondale: ridden since she lef the Commendation Ribbon
" the evening, Alvarez showed his the first bell and took command, Modern furnished l-room apartment RI.- was
cralde available to purchaser of fur U. S. a year ago.chemicals awarded for his outstanding or-
skill and to area
f usual ability .
punching left-hooks to the midsection -
sinking niture. Call 7-500 between TlOU and tiff --- --- ------ ganizational ability as commanding -
'J 1 take of it after hurting hand-
advantage tank
etc. Developing 1
in rapid fashion, and driving P 1" officer of VPB-111 during a
All of
bis man. FOR SALEI case. Lot of extra enaipment.
i I over-hand rights to his Marine op- '41 green Pontiac club coupe deluxe, above for S20. Leuham, barracks. 11. long operational tour in the Pa-
The next three fights ended in perfect mechanical condition food tire., NATTC. cific.
I close decisions. Southpaw Barry ponent's head, to gain the judges'decision heater spotlight. Lt. Thompson, 7-5990. Furniture complete oedr.?... !living-
: Howard the nod over in the final bout. 10J4 Riverside Ave. room, and .kitchen tets, Including linens, The Distinguished Flying Cross
was given I Portable electric Phonograph, new Call dishes, rugs, drapes, pictures, l lamps, and was presented to Captain Billy C.
Horton Hinton while Herb May The Marine team included a lid,
Lt. Quary, fcxt.' 47*. cooking utensils. 114il Allottmny Marks, USMCR, Captain John W.
pounded out a verdict over Bill touch of Navy, as its shortage of '39 Hudson sedan needa motor over NAI:!, Chief Hawthorne, Eit. 23S.
haul. Good rubber ceiling SCO*. Will I rooms of furniture consisting ol 3 Zuber, USMCR, Lt (jg) Arthur
Krebs and Ed Clark scored by a induced Coach Tony
manpower ell for $295. Call Chief Hano. Kit. 531. maple beds, I dressers, S odd eh,ir., Rosenburgh, USN..., 1st Lt. Dewey
narrow margin in outpointing Don Hubino to supply sailor substitu- 1 double bed spring and mattres 14I2A kitchen set, studio couch rocking chair, P. Durnford, Jr. USMCR, 1st Lt
Meadors. tions in order to arrange suitable Child St., NAS. writing desk. S radio or end tables, 4- Lewis R.
The semi-final contest ended in matches. US box prlng-felt mattre, New Hollywood piece lawn set 2 throw rugs, and a fewlamps. Sessions USMCR, Ensign
bed atfd in .ue.t room only Full price S2M, if bought com James M. Tuttle, USNR.
*-- -- Both 140. Lon C. Johnson, ACMMI, plete. A. Schultz, 330A Gibbs Aye,
Gold Stars in lieu of econdDFC's
Breeze SUB Randolph St., NAS. Dewey Park.CameraWelta..
Fanning The
I M.ple bed. complete with springs and 15 mm. 2.' lens Leather went to Lt. (jg) Jack Welle,
mattress. JUt Hancock ht., NAS. case I.eits range finder. Several USNR, and Lt. Charles J. Yazel
---- ------- Baby bed screened in 12" by 3*"'. mat- roll film Phone Lt. Anner. 2-2153. USNR, while Lt. (jg) William S.
included 115. Also unpainted wicker On. 3* Chevrolet two door sedan. Can
treii ear basket like new, 15" by I':", and be seen at 734 May St.. after S p.m., or Huckins, USNR and Lt (jg) Ken
Sw vet-proof mattress, 115. Lt. n..b"ou.; at Bldg. IS4, UJO a.m. to 4:10 p.m. J. neth J. Schroeder, USNR received
81011. R. Chasteen. stars in lieu of fifth Air Medals.
1941 Station Wagon 53,000 miles, ii being Baby carriage, crib high chair. Taylor.
The Air Medal and Gold Stars in
offered for tale by the Student Tot stroller and small tricycle 1130
Commissioned Officers' Me.. Sealed bids Cumberland Rd. 1172. lieu of a second, third and fourth
w will bo accepted in the office for cash Khaki suit, size 19, 11.| dres hat $..SO, medals were presented to Lt. (jg)
maternity dresses, size 14. Call Mrs.
rt sole! on or of about furniture.IS S.plember.I 1125B Allegheny, Bull 24303. Wallace I. Anderson, USNR, and
NAS.rooms Swap or sell balloon-tired bicycle. for 2' to Lt. jg) Francis R. Blossom,
Camera ___ Fothflex twin lens F3.J. heeled utility trailer. Will aell complete USNR;
Charles L. (',ltG, PhoM3r, MS King St., house furnishing either intact or by
Riverside. room. MTSgt. R. L. Sharp, 3802A Nor A gold tar> in lieu of a fourth
Guitar and .a... In rood condition and man St.. Dewey Park Air Medal went to Lt. (jg) William
reasonable. R. W. Alford Uks. 4. Call 18 root sailboat, fully rimed with W. Patterson, USNR and
s 8133 daring the day. nlOln.ailnd Jib. Excellent; condition.Keutionitlile. .
1 2-3 acres of land, t room house with I Contact Lt. Meadows, Charlie W. Nichols, AMMlc, USN.
lights and water, between Lake lit,' .,xt. 1172.l.hlDC Lt (jg) William J. Heffeman,
yt Highway and Hart Field on Lanei Ave. room mite with springs; fl\U USNR, Lt. (jg) David Rose
Call Louis Alligood. 8031 j or 7. 3U. fibre ruKi maple bedroom suite-
'41 Chevrolet 2.door sedan good condi- 4-pierr kitchen art| odd tables ('. II, USNR, Lt. (jg) Minor C. Seward,
tion. See Lttit) llarlait l>. Sew,., Anderson, 1218-K, Hancock, NAS. USNR, Ensign Fred G Blesinger
. ROll 805, Rm. 21* between S:00 and l.lxing room mile, modern Includingtwo USNR and Ensign George Lyons,
7:00. odd tables anil ha tune It; colonial
A rollapslhle baby-buggy sal I fJ 10. maple 4.piece bedroom act Including USNR, each received the Air
1100 Allegheny Rd., NAS. three lamps kitchen set needs paint Medal with two Gold Stan in lieu
1 bird dog pointer female. 1 )ear ,ld, lint I III ktur potted but not finished. Chief Batchcl- or whole. bnsinras l for I700.. Sarrill.ln -
det. 1104 Allegheny Rd., MS. Lxt.: ,*. 'all after 1730, Apt >o. 1, Gold Stars in lieu of second and
,353. 2M2 Park Street third Air Medals were awarded to
Exposure meter, p.xito-J-Tlrlc Almost new,', enlMed man'! set of
Lt. (jg) Lorain W. Berkey USNR
DeJour-Amsro. In excellent 'orohion. blues. Jumper, kite 42; trousers,
with leather rase. 261. College feU, Apt. size 3d. Uill aril eparatel See and a gold star in lieu of a second
4, C.elfand.; No phone. Hriktsn, HIM, Itld,;. &W.I Air Medal to Lt. t 1 pre-war bicycle, new tire lUll extra .hint; room furniture, include sofa Horner USNR.
# new tube 125. 1 Argus amera ('-:t, 8.5 floor lamp, radio, tug, etc., also ,
lens, coupled range-finder, peed Dp t. S"dpl > mahogany. bedroom suite, The Air Medal and Gold star in

Toby Reid, right misses with a hard right In his battle with 100 leather seconds ever-ready,' flash cane attachment., I enl.sr0ev.New 411 maple*. kitchen Reasonable set, dUheir.1221-A and lancockM. curtain lieu of a second medal were pre-

rrcnrhy G'liarpcntier In one of the best bouts of the ring card presented mm. film '.1 lens, enlarged up to 8 by on Station sented to Lt. (jg) Stanley F.
at the Auditorium Friday night. The two veteran middleweights I 10. Set filter and sun shade, 1 Koda- I1M5: OMnmobile, 4 Door' Sedan, good Abele, USNR, Ensign Joseph P.
chrome filter stereotype plate Daylight mechanical condition. Mss cell.Contact Benson [ISNP. rM Mar.l .'
;.. drew. Third man In the ring Is Al Slnlbaldl, former ranking loader, load your aim In .pool. About (, O. !Smith, Kka. ft2, tnnlrht' ', Ensign
light heavyweight and now a. ring Instructor at NATTfl I** ft. .plus X 181m. oVveleplHg' ..a.I.: or Paris, nb. 6,>, after today. ii1: ; ,




Page Eight CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS 13 September, 1945


Civilian News : SUPPLY .. ... s *M R '*nu, y :,w m
Employees' .... .' --..,..;'" ,
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Address Communications to Editorial Offices jSAt> I' -... rI .. It.. ;,
Personnel Relations Office, Bldg. 13, Box 22 '

Telephone Extension 483 II ,, .' at

, The Civilian Employees' News, a two-page section of the Jax Air ,

News, is devoted to reporting the news of the Naval Air Station's I '
Civilian Employees and is sponsored by theEmploye ,

**' Association for Civil Service Employee Ity Leola Jones :< ', \\'" '" LiF

Marguerite Shaver (Inspection : ... '
Olficer ,' : ,
+ r .
Report) played the part of hostesson
William O. Kincaid, President Philip D. Myers, Treasurer .
Visitors' Day to fourteen members -
Evelyn T. Sullivan, Secretary
of the prominent "Eng" family -
Directors ot Lake City Highway. The

Evelyn T. Sullivan Mell C. Jackson lovely Chinese girls were dressedin

Frank H. McKinley Donald A. Wood most attractive attire, all handmade -

Philip D. Myers Kenneth M. McDuffie and presented a colorful picture -
Daniel R. Whiddon William O. Kincaid with their oriental appearanceand

Charted E. Field I modesty. The members of the

News Reporting staff Eng family have all been music i Nekt.W'
Assembly and Repair: students of Miss Shaver and she

Head Reporter.........._..___..._...Euleene Willmgham has visited their farm quite often -
Inspection and Survey: It was with a great deal of prideto I

Head Reporter...-... ..Helen M. Styron Miss Shaver to welcome these R ,

Public Works Department; guests to our station._the opera- ;

Head Reporter., .. Ethel M. Shanahan tion of which effects the future

Supply Department: peace of their native land. I

Head Reporter..____.... ...___.._.... ............_..Leola Jones Congratulations t o Virginia 1 yt

llroughton (Inspection Report) k r i "
Her husband, Second Lt. 'ThomasH. '" '-. -. a.-... -

CIVILIAN OF THE WEEKFlying I Broughton, was promoted toI When construction of NAS Jax 'began, rapid progress caused

I I first Lieutenant, USMCR. At pres, steam pipe to be laid which were later to prove unsatisfactory due
Safety Engineer ent he is stationed at Ewa, MCAS, i I to the arid condition of the* soil. Thousand of feet of new
most ot the traveling was done by
By Frank McCaffrey In the first ten months that |' on Oahu Island in Hawaii serving i have been encased In concrete tunnels in recent month by !' pipe. I
plane. : as Civilian Personnel Officer Works to afford more suitable disposal of steam. A photo .& .
Roe Owens here Owens was there, he accumulatedover
Layton came 'Another promotion..-Flora Funk- one of these tunnel near Senior BOQ shows JULIUS K. \VlIJJAMS:
as Safe- 400 air hours, and before his
to NAS about a year ago a1 I ensteln (Inspection Report) reports (Helper), J. J. RABIt (Waterproofer), LEON JOHNSON (Helper),
in NATTC, but requested work was completed, was ,
ty Engineer that her son, Louis, has beenI I V. O. MOWING!'ON (Joiner) and I. K. BARNES (Joiner).
last and In two crashes, coming out
a transfer May party I -----
promoted from Lieut. Comdr. to -
assistant to the tf both without a scratch. I I
was accepted as I
Station Safety Engineer. Askel about the weather below Commander. Incidentally, Flora also I IBy I
boasts of another grandson born ,INSIDE PUBLIC WORKS
HU first real job in the safety the .equator he replied, "All the August 21 to the Commander ;
field was in January 1933, as fire rain we >e had here this summer ,I
Ilarrlette llalbrook (Proposal) Ethel :M. Shanahan --- -
I put together would be like a show
the of
inspector for city Albany,
I reports a moat enjoyable vacation Early last November 1944, A. F. I gun.
er in comparison. In one season,
Georgia That summer he was }'rlu'h
trip to Tampa, Florida, where she Public Works Electrical S a nt (Quarterman
it rained continuously for three Hartley
National RedCro.n
to the American Plumber has
) his blood
visited with her finally
months" young son Shop) worked in the A&R. At that
camp at Brevard, North i to work level and i
Purchase has pressure up *
Shorty Myers ( ) been
I time he made startling ,
He encountered considerable dif- predictions
Carolina, to study first aid, lifesaving back on the job. Everyone in the-
using bit of his leave lately
i quite a I
War in
ficulty In. getting away from theredue on the end of the j ji '
and accident .
; baseball Shops was glad to see him his jolly
to. troops being flown to and attending Navy games i both the European and Pacific
Returning to Albany after thirty
I I Well, football season will be here ,
j from Africa. hitchhiking \ theaters He told some of his fellow -
Eventually I
days at this camp, he took on the I soon, too all I Louise
extra duties of teaching his knowledge on a plane to the Bahamas and you sports fans! wot'kersamong them J. Water ,|' Mrs. Abraham is nursing

to 4-H I then into Miami, landing in September I Grace Hindhani (Receivers) often, (A&R) and II. O. Evans1 an infected elbow and has to be

and civic city organizations.employees, groups I 1941, he states, "The pret- I I called Little Gracie by other girls (A&Rthat) by the middle of July I very careful of her ailing arm.

Under the rules of the National tiest sights I've ever seen were in the group had 30 days stay in 1945 the very busy A&R (when I HereteH Mr. Crava* (Time

Red Cross, it is necessary for an the lights of Miami that night." I :Miami and Georgia with her hus- 'I all days were 9 hours long), would Section) is "barking" but not *>

<<::. examiner to repeat this schooling I I Mr. Owens is a native of Georgia band who had just returned from I be back on an 8 hour day since loud as usual since he was out
born In I overseas duty.Dorothy | the War with would be I with
every three years, and he attended\ Albany in 1909. Upon Germany j a very bad cold

agiln{ in 1937 and '40 I'i graduation from high schol, he I ) was Freelan honored(Inspection at her home Report over before June 24, 194"5!!II j I William (Red) Taylor, (Mech.)

In July 1910, he discontinued his I was offered a scholarship to Georgia I with a "Utility" shower recently, |' He further stated that fightingin is talking about wanting to swap
services with the city of Albany and Mercer Universities because I She was the Japan would be over by Aug. his present abode for a veiling
ever grateful
t of his activity on the base recip ,,2t 1945! j the .
wh n the District Safety Engineerfrom I tent of kind of household nearer Air Station! Any bidders
ball, track, basketball and every necessity -
football ?
Jacksonville persuaded him s from to As you can well imagine these
teams. But "soup nuts. Dot
to work for the U S. Engineers I' letters although recipient of has the brand new experience of dates were scoffed at then, but The Struct unit of Arthur 'Ned.son .
H, was assigned the duties of sports for four keeping house to enjoy and all of Mr Hartley was so firm in his I and Frank MrCulley are having
|I years, plus being of
I captain the
Safety Inspector at Turner Field, football team her friends say, "Good Luck' in her convictions that, "these things quite a few headaches white
in his
an Army Air Base then under construction I I i I refused the third year, he new undertaking, !I would come to pass," that he re- I boss L O. Thornberg is taking hill

in Albany. Six months work. scholarships and wentto :Mildred: Blake (Public Voucher) quested Mrs. Harvey Shf'ltonl I annual vacation. They don't want
later he was transferred to Hen. I Il" His wife Lura, also an I also is wearing a broad smile Mil (A&R Tool Crib) to kepe record I j'Ito suspect foul play, but the evidence
employee 'of the conversation. The above is bad
{" i here In Supply dred's husband was promoted from !!
Purchasing, and
daughter, Lucille, patiently waited second to first lieutenant He's a statements were verified by the I Hear that Herbert CV>ker, (P.

out his tour of South America, and member of the 203rd Infantry group who months ago listened to W. Carpenter Shop), has a daughter
thus, the Owens feel that with the I Training Battalion at Camp Blending .\ Mr Hartley predict war's endI!! who as "Miss Georgia" will

Florida sand in their toes, travel, :, Florida.Of I There is a lot of talk of points, represent her state at Atlantic

; ing is a thing of the past ..with I interest to everyone is the discharge and homecomings. City when 'Miss America" will tw

one exception! Mr. Owens love to announcement of Ueut. (jg) Benton ,I Pvt. Richard Farren, son of Mr. chosen.

hunt and fish Mellinger's brand new baby .and Mrs. C. F. Farren (Mrs. 1'ar- Believe it or not Floyd Taylor
x girl. Lieut. Mellinger was formerly'' rim is with P. W. UpholsteryShop (Arch.) and .Herman llartwig

Assistant Storehouse Officer. The ), has been admitted to Pen (Records) are so in the habit of
$ UGGETlON $ little girl's name is :Mary Lou, and sacola Naval Hospital following I treking to the Air Station first

she weighs in at eight pounds, four his return from Okinawa. Pvt. Far I day of the week, that Labor Day

j AWARDS ounces. Unfortunately she and her ,I ren has been overseas for seven Monday found them on the Sta
father haven't met for he "shippedlout" months. :Mrs. Farren is the mother tion! You've guessed it, to showoff

1\\ I TO CONTINUEThis earlier that same day for of two more service sons, Sgt the beauties andorkings of
}I 1 parts out of state, I j I Sumner T. "Farren, USA, and ,NAS to their wives while "Open

year, at the Jacksonville Katherine Cox (Inspection Re- Comdr. Charles Fatren, :Maritime House" was in progress!
| port) reports that her I
Naval Air daughter, Service
more than $1000 The
s t t'S Beverly, is graduating this Shop surely responded!
t in cash rewards have been presented from Riverside month I :Mrs.: Spears'! (Maintenance) son, with news item_ .keep it up and
Hospital .
to civilian workers plus 32 commendations tonaker (Receivers) honored Ruth her Staff Sgt. Claudius Spears, is back j,we'll all enjoy our column more.

to service personnel. lil daughter, Carmen a' from the Aleutian. Islands and is ,){._-__
These awards were given for ideas with I now in the Separation Center at I
turned in to the Beneficial Sugges- birthday party on 29 August Standing after two years' service. MACHINE DIVISIONBy
I tion Proerram Carmen was 13 years old and had i
drkks Field in Sebring, Florida, ]'j increase production on wave!' ,-Anti-eliminate MPATito I her friends over for some cake and The "gang" at Bldg 103 received Myrtle Tinker

and remained there until the following 'I waste of materials, reduce costs, i: tee cream. Also hear that "little"I a card from Mr. Floyd saying he Fred C'arr would like to 'know
July, improve manufacturing methodsand j I I lends were not the only ones who was vacatoining before taking up what the FLE. Organization la,

The District Office in Jacksonville other such timesaving ideas I attended_ some adults crashed the I job of running his farm, and he and what It really means.

called him in at this time I There will be no change in the ( party! missed his "crowd"!! I... I. Roberta of the MiliinJ.

and he was promoted to Safety : Beneficial Suggestion Program because Sincere sympathy is extended to Dept. Is spending a few lonesome

Engineer, assistant to the District I of cessation of hostilities. WEDDING ny.J.I.sR' RING- Mr. Murray (Carpenter Shop) by nights now that his wife has gone
Safety Engineer. These new duties i I The local committee will continue ING: all his fellow workers on the low to New Orleans, La., to visit hid

called for him to travel throughout I to pay awards up to $250, which For June NU-holi l who leaves of Mrs. Murray, who passed away. mother,

the district, covering all Army may be further supplemented by shortly for Pensacola, Florida ptemberfirsL Judy of the Drill Dept spent the
Air Bases in Florida and two in additional awards and national where she will become the brideof :Mr.: Jt Mrs. Perkins (Maintenance -i I weekend holidays in St. Augustine

Georgia, making fire and safety inspections I I I honors from Washington in out- Irvin Eagerton, Ensign, USNR. ) and daughter-in-law went to sightseeing

and instructing supervisors standing cases. Best wishes and lots of happiness, Mobile, Ala., over the Labor Day I I Howard Ftitch of the Milling:
assigned to the various bases t The Beneficial Suggestion Committee June! holiday to greet Gunner Powell I Dept. resigned last week for a

under construction. has representatives cover- VETERANS WELCOM J!J! I Perkins, USNR, back from the peace time occupation,
tities In llrazil ing all departments. They are: Lt. Marianas by the way of the Panama I I Kathleen
Comdr. Dexter Lately, as found true in other I "Wimpy" l>avl.. resigned .
D. Butterfield Canal. He lacks
In March of 1912 he was trans.ferre.J 2i! points for last week to become .
u to Receife, Brazil, where he Chairman and his assistant, Lt. departments also, Supply Depart- I discharge, so he'll make another a telephone
ment has been operator with the Southern
wan mad District Fire and Safety Carlson, in the Inspection Department welcoming some trip across on the cargo ship, USS Bell Telephone Co.
In the Assembly and Repair new employees to work. Among I Lake
Engineer, in which Spirit
area was included .
the Guianas, Brazil, Paraguay Department, Lt. Harry W\ Redmileis those employees have been quite a : )Ir. KenUton, formerly Quarter- pleasant Ruby Harper' son Joe, spent a
weekend with
aided Lt, John few returning veterans and we are' her. He U
Uruguay and Peru. This by Aro, G. H. Silo man of Public Works, returned to
,exploit I shipping out for
ver, aero H. certainly glad to have them withus overseas
engineer, A. Burn
i was in connection with the I his old job in the Maintenance duty,
foreman, and J, de R Quina. In and hope that they like their
construction of Dept after a long tour of service
Army and Jean Zelenki.
Navy I absent due to
the Supply Department Lt. P. S. new surroundings There's been !
Air Bases, and took him over Tompkins has his assistants, Ken- George I). Kllinor (Storehouse), duty. The veterans are coming illness. The Machine Shop id lookIng -
mountains and through the Unin. neth M. :McDuffie formerly of the U. S. Lawrence I more sign that war'sover forward to her speedy recovery
J George W. Win- Army; -
habited virgin forests the and the road to normalcy be-J I j and
of interior If. I a quick return.AttentionBowlers .
gate and John Parson. In Public Kennedy (Rigger), formerly i ---- -_- _
forcing him to live in tents Works .of the Merchant Marines -
Lt. Comdr. Ernest YeattsIs ;
moat of the time. I assisted by F. H. :McKinley, Don Clifton O. roPaint( and Oil), I I f)

When the work in the interior Wood, and Sam Wittington. Lt. formerly of the U. S. Army and
All sections
had progressed to a suitable point, I (jg) Paul L. Wetcher represents we understand that he was a Mess and interested in organizing bowling teams for both
j he then men women to take part in a station
opened offices in Reciefe or departmental
all other station activities The I Sergeant supervising the preparation
and Rio de Janeiro, to supervise I Recorder is Margarle D. Putnam, of food; Otho S. Hunt (De- 'I leagues,at notify your representative Director of the Employees Association -

construction of bases along the whose mail' address is Box 22, per- livery) served in the Army as a arrangements once.will The be Association will sponsor this activity, and all
i prepared In advance.
coast. The normal distance to be
sonnel Relations lithographic and Talmadge
Department pressman -
covered In this area was 3600 miles, phone 8194, *-] ,E.,Brown (Storehouse) who j Stores Your-Phone representatives are, in Supply, K. M. McDuffie, (Outgoing
and this was done by plane, train The, Beneficial Suggestion.Committee was I a crew member of a U. S, Public Works. F, H.),McKinley P. D.l\Iyers (Accounting- Phone 8861)); in
(l\Iaint.-Phone 8268) Woods
and burro. Since the train Navy submarine
was members are availably. to There have been
(Administrative \! 450)); W, O. Kinkaid (Phone 437 In A&R
; )
forced to stop very often to allow I give you advice regarding: presentation I many many more that we haven't M. C. Jackson (Accessories -Phone 736)). C. E. Field (Planning--,
the gathering of wonod to fire the to
and construction ot mention but nevertheless
your Phone 667), D., R. Whiddon (Aircraft Assembly-Phona 734)).
boiler, and the burro was so slow, ideas. I WELCOME VETKUANS: ----- -- --

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:- Gate GossipSchool Stamps

days are rolling around lly In!. T, CrumleyOur I TechTraCen
again and gathering up students !
story this week is in honor ,
who have spent their summer vacation United
of former officers of the
working here on the Sta- lly C, n. O\venu States Navy. The stamp is a green
tion. Clarynne llexlgecoth (Labor The National Safety Council one cent issued December 15, 1936,
Hoard) has already left NAS to says liquor Is,a factor in one fatal I and shows the "USS Bon Homme
get ready to enter Florida Collegefor traffic accident out of five. And Richard" and the "USS Lexington I
for her senior ,
Women year the Council adds that its recordsare ," the likeness of John Paul

S Mrs lloatright'i daughter, not complete on this point. Jones in the upper left corner, and fly Jeanne Wenzel became a member of a dive bomb
Yvonne, enters the same Tallahassee Regardless of the completenessor In the upper right cprner, the likeness '
full these squadron.
The days ing
school as a freshman, andJI'e incompleteness of the records, of John Barry. I I' papers are
Ayres (Personnel Relations) one thing has been demonstrated The "Bon Homme Richard" was of a lesser tragedy of war the In April, the girl received 'a let-
will leave in a few weeks to join time after time alcohol reducesthe a gift from Louis XVI of France. plight of the wife who marries a ter from' friend of the flier s. He

the other two girls at the college. I driver's skill. I She was an old merchantman, the second time, after receiving word told her that the Ensign had been
Joyce will be a sophomore, tall, her first husband was reported killed shot down in a bombing raid over
I Drinking, driving, d. ,_that's "Duras, but Jones changed her I
dark and Ensign Harry permitting the or missing in action. No less on March 19th, the very
common sequence. I name to honor his friend, Benjamin Tokyo,
Why Because liquor is tricky 1 Franklin !I than four spectacular cases have day of the carrier Franklin's disas

Changing her plans to vacationIn I stuff It makes the drinker think | The "USS Lexington'Vwas the glared into public view this past ter.

Miami, Evelyn Terry (ITrans- he's full of pep when he's actually j ship commanded by John Barry week and the comments concern- I Shortly after the War Department -

fers), spent her leave alternating pretty dull. He's slower than when in 1776. On the Lexington, Barry, I,ing these range from sympathetic' I returned to the girl a packet
between Jacksonville Beach and oc- i I he is sober. I I during the Revolutionary War, duckings to unprintable 'den nclaI of fifty letters __letters she had

rational visits to the Seminole Ho- |I' It takes him longer to signal, 1 captured the enemy ship, the "Ed I I tion. I written In the three week periodof

tel's cocktail lounge j I longer, to turn the steering wheel, ward," the first ship ever taken I II Publicity is hardly the mediumto not hearing from him. Although
Cupid signed Jo Ann WlUou'a longer to put on the brakes. I I by a commissioned officer of the be applied to these isolated she could write no more letters -

resignation. She was married Sep- ,i That is, IF he signals or turns United States Navy. I cases of infidelity and flagrant for- the girl kept on buying the
tember tenth to her soldier who or applies the brakes at all. Whenhe 1 In the second session of the Con getfulness. The newspapers print- linens and silver for their home

has just returned from overseas. has been drinking he is not only tinental Congress, our situation I ing pictures of the ecstatic bride together. She refused to give credence
He received his discharge and slower, he's less dependable. i was so serious that a Naval Commission posed with both husbands is- not to a letter received from an-

they're heading for Montana to A man's estimate of distances was appointed to consider blameless.No 'other member of the squadron,

Jive j I when sober_. say the ,space be. the organizatoin of a naval force. I one expects that a woman 1 which told her it was best for her
Every other word June Yoiinmn i tween his car and the car ahead__ John Paul Jones was a planter in I hermltlze herself if war has madea to know the truth: The flier had

(Applications) utters is about the may be very accurate; but after a Virginia whose experience as an tragedy her life; yet a lapse '' been seen, shot down and in enemy
jeep she and husband Peter wantto drink or two his estimate may be English seaman qualified him to of two or three mo'nlhs' could hard- waters. It said there was no

S buy. So far her "jeep-fever" dangerously he oft The trouble Is that advise the Congress about the kind ly be enough for a wife to readjust hope for him.

has spread to Y'onneetH\ (La- i doesn't know it. |loc ship that would give the best herself to a war department telegram I There was no apparent changein

bor Board) who looks longinglyat I service in the war He advised frigates let alone cramming a sec- the girl's attitude. Never once

each mighty midget that passes.It I having some thirty to thirty- ond husband into the interval. I did she break her pledge of faith
is high time that June stopped five guns, for the best war service. '' This is not to be expected of fulness, nor would she have "fora
patting the jeeps parked in frontof OI THEJOB, TOO Congress took the suggestion and war marriages, in general. Those few years." That Is how she felt;

Ship Service at NATTCenter! on December 13, 1775, ordered cases which have attracted so little wonder she never stopped
Instead of spending her leaveon thirteen frigates built. much attention lately are freaks, hoping for his safe recovery. Hers

a motor trip to Texas, Miss 101 h While crossing the Irish Chan- abnormal instances. But there is was a faith to make one proud
Hall (Personnel Relations) goes to nel in one of the frigates, the a beautiful story to counteract the and humble.

St. Augustine to nurse her ailing "Rajiger," Jones met the British bad taste and miserable conclusions :j t Last week, on Wednesday after
father ANp DRWNGGOOIF sloop, "Drake." After some sharp effected by the stories of the noon, the girl received a letter. It
fighting he captured her and sailed four "I won't wait" brides. 1
Nurse Pauline I.ammers headed :. was from the same flier who had
her to a French port. She was Last spring, Ensign flier sta-
west, on the ninth with her navy (! an told her that her fiance had been
a vessel of much greater force tioned at Cecil Field met of
husband for a two-weeks' vacation ;', one shot down He told her, this time
than the American vessel, and our NatechTraCen civilians\ a'
on that the Public Address
, in Nebraska system on
-- i j when the prize was brought into blind date. Their friendship ripened the carrier Intrepid announced to

.,r. | the harbor, the Frenchmen could into an engagement, last Atignst. the ship the thrilling news that the
ENGINE scarcely believe their eyes. One In February of this year the'' flier and his gunner had been
*k morning a British convoy was flier joined the fighting carrier found safe, in a Japanese prison

OVERHAUL I sighted off Flamborough Headunder "Intrepid" in the Pacific, where he camp, and had been immediately
protection of two men-of-war. ____ __ 1 liberated.

Capt. Jones Immediately gave boats together and made the
Ky Ixiyce Ferguson grap- By this time, if he is not already
chase with his ships falling line pie he had tried so hard to effect.
lUlpli H. (Lion) Rd\tard: Supervisor home, he is well on his way.
behind him. The enemy men-of- The enemy captain struck his colon -
of 1347-P made a trip to ,, war accepted the challenge and The next day, the plucky The news, while electrifying, did
Atlanta over the week-end. He re- came up to fight. American frigate, mortally wound- not come as a complete surprise to

ports a good time and real good There was work ahead. Indeed, el: in the fight, sank in spite of every the girl.

eating. i 3-l.rf*. naval history does not record amore effort to save her. But she captured "I always knew he was safe,
Marion Roy (1351-H was off -,# determined or terrible strug- the ship that sank her. that he would come back," she

to take her two sons to the Doc- Most serious of all, however, is gle. At one time, firing on the John Paul Jones had plannedand said It wasn't necessary for her
tor to have their tonsils out In the significance of liquor on attitude "Ben Homme Ricbtnd"! ceased end dreamed that someday he to say more than that Her close

preparation for school.Congratulations It tends to make the driver the enemy inquired:' if the frigate would be an admiral of the American friends spoke of miracles, but the
to O. K.: 1'er- cocky, overconfident and careless. had surrendered. It was then that Navy. This he never realized, girl knew better "I always knewhe
kina (Dispatch)_or should I say He will take chances he'd never Jones answered to unforgettably, nor did he ever become an Amer- was safe," tells her story.

Chief Perkins now?_ He had the dream of taking when sober. i "No, I have pot yet begun to ican citizen. He was at one time NATechTraCen civilians can be

regular dunking in the water and There's only one kind of sound fight" admiral of the Russian Navy proud of themselves for'two good
civilians should beware when the advice regarding driving after "it was soon clear that Jones' only Thus we have this stamp honoring reasons: They stand and have

Navy is performing: said ritual If drinking: Don't do it.VM chance of success was to board the two of our great naval commanders stood throughout second to no

you want to know what I mean, -- -- enemy's boat. Skillful maneuver- of the past and also hon- other Naval activity for war bond
ask Mr. Whit Maintenance i. He I Ing brought the two boats side by oring two great fighting ships. It participation; and for Margaret

knows!! j A&R Personnel side, and, as the "Bone Homme is well to remember at this time Webb, of Central Training Facilities -

I see a new face in 13 9-ag Richard" grazed the enemy ship, that even today we have a "Bon ,

Shop, our old time Ex-Leading "Serapis," the fluke of one of her Homme Richard" and a "Lexing- "--

Chief Oerdon who Is one of us Civilians and Administration anchors caught In the migger chainof ton"_.both great aircraft carriers' Japan gave notice :27 March,

now. Welcome fellow. Jinv the "Bon Homme Richard." proving then right to bear their 1933, of her intention to withdraw

Joe Ab..rnlith113n.HI is back I fly I Capt. Jones quickly: lashed the noble names. from the League of Nations.

Members of the Time Account- - --
on the job after a fifteen day : -
leave visiting in Charlotte N. C. ing Dept. and other close friends ENGINE BUILD-UP AND INSTALLATION IIt
He reports a very tine time. :gave a little surprise party during
Jeannle Merrill ((1331-H: ) U their dinner period last Thursday
home in bed from an attack of appendicitis evening honoring Mrs. I', Agnes V +
and has been ill for the HramUtt, who was resigning.
past week. i Everyone joined In with their expressions -
of good luck and happi-
Chief )(M-n'ill t"B" Shift
jie.4S while Mrs. Morrie Strickland
Quarterman, I'M & 13021 U leav-
and Mr*. IjiKlUe Chambers served
ing us. Also Chief 1'rlfkelt U leav-
coffee and cakes
ing and he will b Mrs. I. M. ('lIIlllt'r assumed the
Chief! Joseph Heimer. Also another responsibilities of shift supervisorupon

change is Chief McKitnna who will the resignation of Mrs irw
replace I-fading Chief 1'iigU whois Bramlett. Mrs.[ Bramlett has been a %

alan leaving us soon. I with us for more than three years s

S fly Alice l 1' KniMiiUeii and she will be greatly missed. I(

We see Phyllis KIlT: walking Mr. Sjl\U Segel, secretary to
the Personnel Officer\ is ill and
around final line with a couple of 1
gardenias. The occasion first! confined to St. Lukes Hospital.We r1 r'
wedding anniversary. Her husband wish her a .speedy recovery. I|'

who is overseas, sent them along Mildred Keller, YCc and Don
with a dozen roses Congratulations. l'lngree; AMMSc: were married
September 4 and are residing on
| St. Johns Avenue Much
Bones also celebrated hU anniversary happinessto
tht* week. Twelve years you two. i
I Mrs Helen Glenn and her hus- rY
nice going!
band are spending a three weeks
We are glad to see a couple of
vacation in New York with relatives -
our workers back Myrl and Oilit '
." Glad to have yo'u back. The I j
Mrs. Mary Knrnn has gone to!
question now Is, will Gibson reenlist -
II California to be with her husband
? ?.
who has returned from the Pacific.Mm. I
Junle Molt (Progress 1322)) Is
l Julia I.lhman and her husband -
back from a two day leave which t
are spending a three weeks ,
she with her brother who
spent :
vacation with relatives in Atlanta, __
was back from' college. Ga. -

Charlen Martin (Test Cell) The night shift welcomes. their .
bought a home in Timuquana Ma new Personnel Officer, };n... Ruth :
nor. Good Jucnk. M. Hull.

Anyone riding the city busses to __X__
and from' work, contact Smitly
Terriers Lose .
S (Progress' 1302). Maybe he can

teach you some Jlu-Jitsu. How After a long string of victories,
about it, Smitty ? the NAS "Terriers," civilian color-
The drive for, donations to the ed baseball team, lost to the strong I Proving that a clean, orderly shop spells" efficiency, shop lO'Jl hsa been Inhering; to the Assembly
JIMMY WILSON fund last week Jac "Eagles" last Sunday at the : Line, four K-2800, PAW engine every twenty-four hour, ready for Installation on the Navy's famed

netted $286.00 from this dIvision Myrtle Avenue ball park. However; I Corsair lighter.
Great going, folks! they had a split for the week-end, Visitors from NAS, Norfolk, Impressed with the" smooth working plan of production in the AN
_.X._ having beaten the Georgia "All- Hembly Division (pictured shone), recently have 'flu..t..l| full particulars as to the shop layout, Mtt-
CWM>ratlv<. Stars" from Brunswick in a homecoming tionl/rd bulld-1I11| and Inspection method employed at this stwtlon.

Sailor: I suppose you dance?' game. Only a few more AII"'t'mbl11t..lon' Foreman, Babe: Oh, yes, I love to. games I'malnn their. scheduleand and A. C. }FHIKDI.IV.; and It Shift Shop Supernlwirw" for their productive cooperation| In the effort

Sailor: Great, that's better'n ,A good: record cannot be I I that ban put Shop 1021 in the efficiency limelight This is tile first of a series to be shown of Assembly

dancing. dampened by this last defeat Dhlftion., r'.,

-ir- -

Ten' I Il



l i i 'Where Officers f Inaugurate New Entertainment I

NATTC And Men Will Go


: Separation center for enlisted

personnel and officers, by states
I 4'r'4 )
SCHEDULE and congressional districts where ..

.. I applicable, are listed below There |
lILIDAYND SATI'UUAY-OUH VINES HAVE TENDER are exceptions, but generally men b
GRAPES with Edward G. Robinson and Margaret OBrien; Tee for
and officers will be returned to the
Two, comedy; NEWS; at 1730 and 1930.SUNU. .
.\CARIBBEAN MYSTERY with James Dunn and Sheila ( center closest to their place: of Induction ,

Ryan: MARCH OF TIME; at 1730 and 1930. as indicated: | 11 i
MONDVY AM TITt>l n.\" LADY ON THE TRAIN with Diamu Alabama, 1, 2, and 3 New Or. -"
(, Durbin and Ralph Bellamy; NEWS; at 1730 and 1930. 1 leans La., Alabama 4 through. 9 ai t
WI'UXESIVSILVER FLEET with Ralph Richardson and Memphis Tern.; Arizona, all \
Jean Withers; FEATHER YOUR NEST short at 1730 and 19JO. Terminal Island. Calif. (San Pedro "
____._._,__ _,.u_. __,_ .._._ | i
) ; Arkansas all Memphis;
M California, 11th Naval District
r a: Terminal Inland, California: 12th .: )' ad
Naval District Shoemaker. CalifI
i I Colorado, all Shoemaker. Calif
f Connecticut, all Lido Beach, N.
Y.; Delaware all Bainbridge
Md.; D. C. Bainbridge: Florida,
3 New Orleans; Florida, 1. 2, 4, tL -
I 15, and 6 Jacksonville; Georgia, ':
\ __
all Jacksonville '

Idaho, all Bremel ton, Wash.; r.
Illinois I all Great Lakes\ III.; Indiana '
.. all Great Lakes, Iowa, all ., 04' .)
Minneapolis, M Inn.; Kansas, all ;
Norman. Okla.; Kentucky all ., ::. \
Gteat Lakes; Louisiana: all New is t '
Orleans; Maine all Boston: Massachusetts r ,., lOt

all Boston; Maryland, -, ;
all all '
Bainbridge; Michigan ;,
Great Lakes; Minnesota, all Minneapolis r'1' ,.
; Missouri all St Louis, yl ,
Mississippi. 1. 2, 3, and 4 Memphis : .- .
I II ; Mississippi, 5, 6. and 7 New L '
I ::- .
Ij Orleans; Montana, all Biemerton, f
j Wash.

Nebraska, all St. Louis, Mo.
Nevada, all Shoemaker Calif e,4
New Mexico, all Terminal Island
Calif; New Jersey, all Lido IIiI
Beach, N. Y New all
; Hampshire, _.__...._._, ,. _...........
Boston New --- --- ''''--' Y'' '"
; York 1 through
34. Lido Beach, N. Y., New York, NATTC (personnel" were entertained last Thursday night by
33 through 45 Sampson, N. Y.; JlIl"phineutolUf', oMratk4> soprano' and Kriahold Srhmldt, baritoneI
I North Carolina all Norfolk Va.. radio and stare in the first of several program* bring! arranged
North Dakota, all Minneapolis through the Command I. ('h If'It&,0. 'Ihe two brought varied program I
Minn.; Ohio 1 through 4, 6 through .! tMMg to the NATTC audience, At left U Harold Turner
O 8, 10 through 12, 15 through 13, Music, ronrert pianist t. Mho I I.* attic' to the Command ami who,
I Great Lakes; Ohio, 5, 9. 13, 14, 19.i acroinptkiitad the singers
i i 20, 21, and 22 Toledo Ohio; Oklahoma --
i all Norman, Okla?; Oregon, i I
L I all Bremerton Wash.; Pennsylvania -Musical ProgramIs 5P1415HE5: fflOm nATTC

,I 1 through 14, 18, 18, 20. and
\\'ood..on M"lra Here Tonight 21, Bainbridge; Pennsylvania 15. :
Presented In
17, 19, and 22 through 33 Sampson -
N. Y.; Rhode Island, all Bos-
SPECIAL EVENTS ton, Mass.; South Carolina all New AuditoriumA ".
Aboard Charleston, S. C.; South Dakota, I
-Minneapolis, Minn.
1'OSWII1'-USO Show, "Town Topics\ ," starring the Woodson Tennessee, all Memphis) ; Texas, sample( of things to come was
Sisters and Virgil Whyte's 12-piece Girl Orchestra; at 1730 and 1930. I, 3, 4. 5, 12, and 13 Norman, I presented personnel of NATTC last I
KRII .\Y-BOXING: MATCHES: Maxwell AAF vs. NATTC, Open I Okla. ; Texas, 2. 6. 7, 1:1: 9. 10 11, Thursday night when the first ofa II Separation centers for WR om.c .
Air Arena; at 200'' 14, 15. 17, 20, and 21 Camp Wallace series of entertainment units I r8 and WAVES will be at Mem
) Tex.; Texas, 16, ]13. and 19- making the rounds of Naval Air I phis Washington D. C., New
WAVES Recreation and Athletic Area: Archery equipment available !- Terminal Island Calif; Utah, all Technical Training Centers within I York, Great Lakes, and San Francisco -
for men and WAVES. l Shoemaker Calif.; Vermont all -I i the Command appeared in the au And will that Golden Gate

( OU'. STATION COUUS.E.; Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to Boston; Virginia, all Norfolk, ditorium. look good.
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. Va.; Washington all Bremerton, Featured entertainer in the unit I Pamela Calo, who graduated
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, I Wash.; West Virginia, all Bain- which played here with scarcelyany from SKV school: Saturday: was
SpA)2c( ) 1300 to 1530.: (Special classes for WAVES by appoiptment). bridge; Wisconsin, all Great advance notice and conse- I sent down here from Washington'
Sign up at Shack. I __ Continued oil Page Twehe I Continued on Page Tvtehe D. C., and is waiting transfer or-
8'UIIIUILY.: : Recreational for den to another station. She's the
period men, their I
guests, wives, and WAVES from 1800 to 2100 at NATTC pool No. 1. Cover Page of New Pictorial History little bluck-haiied gal that so many
Saturdays-Co-recreational period from 0830 to 1200; 1300 to 1700; hope will stay around these parts.
1300 to 2100 Sunday-Co-recreational period from 1200 to 1700; and The bright addition of curtainsto
1300 to 2100.llOVTKsS. the lounges makes us feel like
: : HOUSE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and we're really in a living room. In 51,
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and rela Betty faxes and Frieda Larsen
tives and guests. were the ones with the ambition to
IS ATI C I.IIIUAIIY open daily from 0800 to 2100. wield the needle and hang them.
BOWLING: daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. That reminds me of the things
and people the WAVES NATTC
won't soon forget: Scott's boomIng -
}'RIIH\'-FOOTBALL GAME: Landon High School vs Lake 'Hit the Deck" Brooks'
City; at 2000. Municipal Stadium. animated announcements the
4 SUND\Y-Trip to Silver Springs for all NATTC personnel and smile' Anna Schumaker has for
'. guests. Tickets $2.83 round trip. Bus leaves at 0830 from circle out- I eryone Forrest's fondness tVa..
side Main Gate. Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rates for cats Stanko and her dances '.
: servicemen and women at Silver Springs. Holden, just Holden-the-char-
JAK; O'li\"lI.l.:' ": 15KAC1IKS-Buses leave at frequent intervals I A acter Presley with her black
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing rimmed glasses Bleekman be-
and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus I ling new at swimming! Don-
\ fare 25c. nell and her Special liberties .
I 1 NAVY MOlllfcU'S IIOitTKisS HOUSE, 101 East Church Street just Redman and her liberties ,
USO CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus DeVinney and Vero Beach Ann
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO Jv Kelln with her kangaroo as large
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. I as she Margaret Lewis catch-
CANOEING ....FIMIING AND BOATING: Cedar River on San 1 rR 1 ling everything Rosemary Hall
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus three blocks from last stop on i and her sui prised look Of
I San Juan, Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor' > course, Tobin and THE Ford ,
j Heide
I boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. i always doing things for other
, 1I01 Slm.\K: ; HIDING: lIAGSOI.I.IST.nU; San Juan Avenue people Mary Love getting
and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours; $1.50 per one I the latest "word" When the
hour; groups of eight or ten-$1.00 for two hours. HYDE PARK I petunias finally came up The
new furniture and rearranging .
USO Variety Show I First Waves From Murphy getting about and that
e laugh Calhoun dashing .
To Be Here Tonight I NATTC Shove OffThe Barbara Moore playing the piano

' The "word" has it that there I first WAVES were separated The Coke Machine out of order
. this week under the point system Trying to get drying space .
beautiful in
12 girls
are young from NATechTraCen. Virginia : The cakes Scheurman makes _
Virgil Whyte's solid rhythm band I Riley, Sic, was transferred to( A. ___ {:,5.. The WET personnel inspection .
coming to NATerhTraCen tonight I NAS, Jacksonville, Monday for discharge uiicy Byrnes being so shy about
Thursday in the Victory Unit, I Betty Jane Scott, SpS( > lc what Marine The Dam dance
F "Town Topics" a unit of the USO- left Wednesday for NAS, Corpus Tuesday nights Capps and
> Shows I Christi!, for those final papers to( ,Jeep thoughts Helen Meter\
Camp I take her back to her home in Oklahoma and her facial masks Larsen
j Along with this top-notch groupof City, Oklahoma. t I 1 1i inning up hair "I want get
musical enteitainers will be the I __ I uariied' over and over on the
; Wuodson Sisters, famed for their acrobatic number. ,II .Monograph and all those that
i, agility in acrobatic and tap dancing I The group will be at the NATTC.i Then' book have just been placed on Male at NATTC Ship's have G. I. Zanner delivering
skills, and Paul LaVarre and I Auditorium at 1300 and 20OO tonight Service. They. provide |irr iiiiel a b UuilM. niriiUMilo of the part the mail and on time .,. Rachel
""ic Brother, who specialize in a comic | Naval Air Tec'liuk'ians played Id wluuing (tlae "" Continued on Page 1'welvePage


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13 September, 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Elevenii.

I I I Three Get High Awards t At NATTC .. Souvenir Photo

.. Book Of NA TIC

SHIPS --- Is Now On SaleYour

COMPANY PROFILES Jt part in winning the war
is featured in a new picture book
just released under the title
The subject for this week's Pro- I i "Technicians' War," now on sale
file is Marvin J. Rohlfs, ACFC, '! at the NATTC,Ship's Service.f .
who has been an instructor in the I Enlisted men of Naval Aviation
Bombsight Phase of the Aviation who wish to retain a souvenir <)f
Fire Control School since 12 December the contribution they made to vic-
1943. tory have an ideal memento in this
The young, red-headed chief nays : l new publication
that he intends to stay in the Navy a' tisr vi I I Technicians' War tells the photographic
as he really likes everything aboutit.
story of the men who
'Don't know what I woulddo
kept the 'planes flying from the
In civilian life. suits r
Navy me
carrier decks and the advance base
fine fields, It is the story of the Aviation -
Rohlfs is the
ratings-the enlisted men
kind of man trained by the Naval Air Technical
who gets things Training Command
s done *He was
captain of his as asi ( The book features pictures taken
high school t by a nationally famous lens artist,
and i Chief Photographer's Mate Clai-
enceVhite. Many of Chief White:
n v rbaseball he a aIP \, pictures were taken at NATTC,
I g h t\ \ Jacksonville, while others were obtained -

school he worked at Norman, Memphis, and
training centers
; 's as a me. f. y r
Rohlfft. ACFC chanic Then q & ,of To quote from Technician!* Var:

day in March, 1940 he got the I "The technicians' war is the
urge to join the Navy and after quiet heroism of skill applied in
work walked down to his Emden, long hours of work by men who
111, Recruiting Center and said his I r' w ask nothing more than the safe
words. return of the planes they keep
He had 36 months' sea duty before I fI 'lng. From the bitter cold of
coming to NATecTraCen. He Lat week 'apt. J. IS. Lynch Commanding, NA1TC, presented coveted awards to three men stationed Attu to the blistering sun of the
was at Ford Island, the Pearl Mar- at Naval Air Technical Training Center Bonnie I. Cathcart, AOM3c: % facing Captain Lynch, South Pacific, aviation technicians
tor Naval Base, on 7 December received the Purple Heart and Bronze Star; Bernese J. Hroussaril, AOMZr, was awarded the Distinguished I, have performed the innumerable
1941. Rohlfs was then attachedto thing Cross and the Air Modal; and George F Wolforcl ChG, received the Bronze: Star. At tasks necessary to maintain Navy
a PBY crew which lost all but left l is Lt, Comclr. P, 8. Dalton Offlcer-ln-Charge of the Advanced Aviation Ordnance School, and next i alrpower So important is their
one plane and that was up in A&K .to him Is Lt. Comdr. It. F. Bljthe, acting Executive Officer contribution that the war could
Later his squadron was sent to i f not have been won until men like

:Midway and while there had the I Two Hit School Together DescribeActivities Books Dressed them tackled the job and get, it
Up done in of
distinction of being the first PBYs spite hardships and difficulties -
to be credited with the sinking of .

two Jap transports Aboard The Enterprise By Officer Here Tew in number when the war
While out there he managedto began, their ranks have swelled to
accumulate the American Defense I I At the Aviation Ordnanceman's astounding proportions until they
and star, Asiatic-Pacific School in Norman, Oklahoma, Eugene May' General Quarters was sounded. Drawing pictures to illustrate are 90 per cent of all aviation personnel -
with 2 star, American Theater, I Wehrle, of Toledo. Ohio and : The Enterprise was 150:> miles Aviation Training Course books in the greatest air armadain
and Good Conduct ribbon Howard Hellegaard, of Ft Lauderdale off the coast of Kjushu At 0710 I prepared at NATTC, Jacksonville, Naval history. These are the
Just through luck he was able Fla., were assigned to the : a "Zeke" appeared aft, sneaking ''I. the assignment of Lt Arthur I men whose technical skill and long
to catch a plane ride back to the same classFollowing. I Iln, low. It w as cloudy, more cloudy : ( ) hours of work enable Navy planes; _
States and had a few extra days their graduation, the than usual, and the screen wasnt i California to take off, deliver the goods, and "
before reporting to the Jackson- I two aviation ordnancemen joinedthe i firing Two five-inchers spottedthe for duty last week return safely. The number of
ville Bombsight School; enough crew of the aircraft carrier Zeke; he flipped over once, I Lt. Roberts spent 15 months on planes any unit can keep in the
days to enable him to get up in Enterprise, where they served together and hit the Number One elevator. duty at Eniwetok Atoll In the Pacific air depends on the number end
Lincoln, Ill., to marry Katheryn for twenty-one months, Wehrle, at his post on the third I before reporting to CNATechTra ingenuity of technicians available
Andes. In late July, the two were assigned 1 deck, was 100 feet aft of where the in Chicago. From there, he to maintain them
About the busiest time of his I to study at the Aviation bomb exploded. I was assigned to Jacksonville and I "Afloat and ashore, the Ttchni-
life came at the conclusion of Fire Control School at NATechTraCen I I 'Even now,"' he recalled "It the job of illustrating the course cians' War is the unending tattle
this school He was transferred Jackson\'lIle. I didn't feel like a hit It was more books. for mechanical precision and ac-
to Ships Company, made Chief, I Both men wear the American I like a near miss, away from the In civilian Lt I curacy. In the peace these men
life Roberts
given 30 days rehabilitation leave, Theatre, Asiatic Pacific, with six ship." After a few minutes, he I was are winning there will be many
and was able to take his honey I stars and Philippine Liberation : said, "I wonder whether it wasn't a commercial illustrator and de- developments awaiting the application -
moon. awards, the last with two stars. | a lucky thing for me It felt likea I signer in San Francisco. He was of a d va nee d technical
The Chief was aligned as an I It is there where the similarities near miss. One hundred feet associated with Crocker Union, an knowledge. Technicians trained in
Instructor In the Mark-23 Bombsight end. Hellegaard, an AOM2c, is isn't too far away." advertising and printing firm in electronics, structures, electricity,
I'hallt' Lat year he was 'blond and short, fhe-seven. He Hellegaard in the magazines city. combustion engines, and scores of
sent to the factory In New York has a good sense of humor, and was sweating it out "Even I sweatit I I He is beginning work on the la other aviation skills are the men
and wan among one of the first I I the laughter lines around his blue out," he grinned. There was test of the course books written at who will return to civilian life well-
Navy men to get the secret Information eyes are forever crinkling. ; no time, then, for him to say anything Jacksonville, "Air-Sea Rescue." qualified to take their place in the
on the new low-alti I Wehrle, an AOMlc, on the other funny. Why not ? He an- Material for this book, which is anew technical developments of the postwar -
lode btlm ..llht. He returned to hand, is a six-footer. He has dark : swered that himself. "Nothing's ',i title in the series, came from 'I world While training for
NATTO and wt up the phase I I hair and darker e 'es. His manneris funny out there You've just got 1 many sources Lt David Donov'an. the fighting trades of war, Naval
and commenced Instructing here. quietly serious. He considers to make it funny so you won't go Aviation Training Courses Officer Aviation Technicians are preparing -
Rohlfs favorite pastime is fish- everything he has to say beforehe off jour head over nothing here and head of the "Writing for peace as well.
Ing and he claims that he has prob-I I says it. I The USS Bataan took a picture I Team" which prepares these books, I Technicians' War is priced to
ably tried his luck in every river On board the Enterprise the i''of the Number One elevator being visited the Naval Air Station. I cover costs at one dollar per copy.
around here Another of his fa- I I two were assigned to the magazine, 'blown 450 feet into the air-"The II Lakehurst, the Air-Sea Rescue An envelope for mailing the lock
vorites is eating spaghetti and where their job was to assemble flight deck looked like a rolling I' Agency of the Coast Guard- In home is provided with each vol
meatballs, 'especially the way my the bombs and rockets for delivery golf course," Hellegaaid offered. j' Washington, and the Bureau of ume.
wife makes it," he smilingly added. to Japan" Wehrle practical, said, "It took Aeronautics to obtain information I I --:--
H H_ The process for the assembling us 17 minutes to get the files out I on the Navys rescue and survival Chicago street cars are jammedwith
]}ostoffice Is On 'I was described by Wehrle, much as That was all But we had to put I program. I defense workers. Two men
a teacher would instruct his students the Enterprise in, drydocK She x___ : were seated together on a very
Normal Routine; i I should have been there at the end" I crowded car. One of them noticed
'First," he began, "we send the She sure should have Then there! was the Moron who that his friend had his eyes closed
At last the NATechTraCen Postal rocket heads and motors to the I said he wasn't going to have more j I! 'What is the matter, Bill," he
Department can resume its third deck, by elevator GI Stork Bill Cost than three children because he asked, "feeling ill'"
normal routine and heave a great I "Then you take 'eM off the elevator i I read in an almanac that every)| "No, I'm all right," answered
111gb-of relief after being under afervous put them on a table for as- I U. S. 70,000,000 fourth person born into this worldis Bill, "but I hate to see ladies
tension for several days I the rocket is a Jap." | standing"
Ut sembly.'hen ready I Washington (CJss) Approxi- .
week. The mail is again being
It's put on a bomb skid and arming mately 71:>0,000 servicemen's wives ---
delivered on its usual punctual I wire Js inserted into the fuze, That 'and infants benefited from the j I Still Learning Aviation Ordnance .
schedule__chewed pencils and fill-
much Is our job. The lockets are Federal emergency maternity and
ed ash'' trays are gone. sent elevator to the flightor
up on an infant care program in the first
:Mrs. Newell D. Taylor, wife of'
hangar decks where somebodyelse :
two years of operation, Dr. Martha
:MAM2c Taylor, at last gave birth'to loads them on the planes," M Eliot, associate chief of the
a girl at noon Friday, 7 Sep- Dull work ? Hellegaard answers Children's Bureau, U. S. Department '
tember. :
that one. of Labor, reports
Congratulations are in order for "What isn't dull After 21 | "The tfork bill' for Uncle Sam
Postal Department as well as the months of assembling rockets its totals about $70,000,000," Dr Eliot
t Taylorsl! a matter of getting used to It and i added, with the Federal Government
____x it with minimum of gripIng -
I doing a I i paying doctor and hospital
Doing housework for 25 bucks a Even when they get you up I bills for approximately one baby -
Week is domestic service, but do- at all hours to do It." 1 f f out of every six born
Ing it for nothing is matrimony. I At 0330 on the morning of 14 I - ..iilThe --- u
----- - --I automobile motor pounded. "
TechTraCen Protestant ChoirPersonnel ;'sputtered and finally stopped. "I
wonder," mused the sailor, "what
that was knocking" "I dunno," l\M4 itk
answered the beautiful blonde.

"Majbe It's (\pport nlt .." ''

Then there was the Idaho potato -
that married a Long Island po- '
tato. Pretty soon they had a little 7 :?

sweet potato and when the little ;
sweet potato grew up it said, "I [
want to marry Lowell Thomas! I
Said Mama: "You can't marry
Lowell Thomas. He's a commentator \ ;
," : % :;

g W. .. -, ---- a........: _
a FR ma I FUR SALk: Aviation Ordnance Officers continue to get the word here aiNATTG.
at NATTt have been rehearsing several ,wet'ksto OUlu,'. bridf., ntttr ...rn-MU Some of the oftcersbo attend the school are' .
perfect their choral coordination and last Sunday made their debut J frt.war Kmhkr .t. li. .....h-m..k.lrictllrnl Instruction In the outdoor area attached to the Aviation
-* condition.. Lt. ('h... I. Orl4t -
during the morning sen ices at the Protestant CliapeL ...., La..! hor. Blvd Ordnance Officer SchooL

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Page Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 13 September, 1945

GRID PLAYERS 1 Three{ Stars In Aquacade Boxers Return To Mat

'11. f:fi ,,r GET FOR UNIFORMS PRACTICE Friday vs. Army Fliers

.kv*. Approximately 125 football en

t\ v.:. thusiasts-of the playing variety- Boxing on a big scale-the kind that,can scarcely be seen

,.V this week reported to Lieut. C. C.I' in civilian life-returns to NATTC tomorrow night whey)'.)

I' vk" Kelly of the NATTC Physical the Maxwell Army Air Field brings at least nine fighters to '

I }> -, Training 1945 intra-mural Department season to get under the Jacksonville for the first of two home-and-home contests in
i I. f''. way Four teams will make upi P N the squared ring Fights will begin, in the open air arena,

i the league. at 2000.

't. Uniforms are to be issued the Early this week, Lieut. William ,Muir had little "dope"on

latter part of this week, Kelly said, the visitors coming here but in a telephone conversationwith

outs and serious will begin, down-to-earth next week. work- the Maxwell officers Monday there was every indication

that the leather will fly fast and
; all of whom have had
t t\\ Coaches I
furiously during the nine or ten
*.A extensive football experience, both Bks. 13 Wins In fights.
I and coaches have
as players as j Three officers and 14 enlistedmen
been named for the four teams and
will make up the Maxwell
by the middle of this week were AEM Is I
contingent arriving here tomorrow
settling down to the usual preseason ; Playoff
I, J Maxwell officers listed nine men
work which makes
paper as sure to be on hand when the
for the deceptive and Intricate How In
ProgressBarracks rings tomorrow night and said
plays which sometimes mean the
0t that there was a possibility of two
difference between success and
others filling out gaps in the several
failure of a team. 13 jumped into first
t weight classes.
Here are the men who will guide place In the AEM softball league There is a likelihood that three

the AEM (A) team through the there last week by defeating Barracks newcomers, to the NATTC ring
season: Bob Reynolds, SpA)2c( ) ;
) 18, with whom they were tied, 10- will be wearing local colors. They
Luke Roosa, SpA)2c( ) ; and S. D. l include Pete who is .,
Hayes, SpA)3c. 5, In the final game of the NATTC in the welterweight class, Toby up
The Turret School team will be softball season.
Reed, a light heavyweight, and
coached by Dave Fender, SpA( )lc, .. Only three games were played Jimmy Moore, a middleweight.
Charlie Dedman, ( ) and
SpA)2c; during the closing week and the D. C. Steele, a featherweight who
Don Berrett, SpAlc.( ) -- game between the two leading bar- showed up well in the recent cen

The Naval Hospital squad will racks in the AEM: league was the ter-wide tournament, will be in the
have a trio of athletic Chief specialists most one-sided of played. Van
any ring for the first time in inter-sta
at the helm Including W. ) Eysden got credit for the win, and tion competition for NATTC.

R. Hambrick, K. C. Miller, and was caught by Simmons. The los- While pairings at this writingwere

Hugh Smith. Chief Miller coachedthe are three who will perform In the Aquacade being staged ing battery was composed of She- tentative, here's the way Muir
AEM team a
winning through
considerable of the next Wednesday and Thursday nights in the new indoor swimmingpool. vock and Hughes. was planning on matching fighters

last and part Chief Smith handledthe season All three are tops In diving and Lt (jg) Helen Perry, renter, Throughout the season! it has tomorrow, with ,the visitors listed
Ship's year Company team. is a backstroke champ in addition. At left is 2nd .Lieut. Jack Roth, been nip and tuck in the league first: Featherweights Bentley and

The fourth team, made up of and at right is Bruce Harlan, SpA)3c.( ) with top honors switching back Steele; Featherweights Donofeldand
and forth between Barracks 18, 16, Alvarez; Welterweights Bennett
men from other activities at NAT
and 13. Last week before the final and Reisberg; Middleweights
TC will be coached by Tony Lam- Second Scheduled For
Barracks 13 Halverson and Clayton Light
parelli, SpAlc( ) ; and John Rymer, game, 18 were ;
tied, but earlier In the season Bar Heavyweights John and Reed; Mid-
SpAlc.( ) racks 16 had been on top and had dleweights Miller and Charpentier;
By next week coaches are expected Indoor Swimmina Pool Next WeekA ..
Middleweights Sokaloski and
to have a reasonably good at various times been tied with 13
Moore and Heavyweights Bishlon-
and 18.The ;
line the material have and .
on they
spectacular, new Aquacadewill den and Evenson or Sinibaldi.
the end of that week be Officers' league finished off
by NATechTraCen
speculation presented by Former Local Boxer The Maxwell team probably will
on top team should be getting and NAS under the direction the season without play last week,
have three others toss
to in the
warm. of Lts. (jg) Steve Stefani, Helen Doing OK In BostonHarry with Administration on top. Teamsin ring, if there are pairings for them
Actual play between the four Perry, and Jean Shiley. The show, Burnett that league will not take part in here, Muir said.
teams will get under way the last to: be held 19 and 20 Septemberin light heavy- the post-season playoff this week,
week in the month and two games the new indoor swimming pool, weight who wore the NATTC col- Lieut. C. C. Kelly said, leaving only fighters are scheduledto .
meet the Alabamans in return
last a
will be ors a winter, isn't doing four teams to in the
played each week duringthe will feature such stars as Helen participate
badly at all In the match next Friday at Montgomery.
season. Perry, Lt (Jg) National Back squared ring playoff, AEM Operations in the
-- Stroke Champion and PanAmerican up Boston way. Burnett is sta- American League, Basic Electri- Officers
Diving Champion; Jack Smith, tioned now at Quonset Point.In city in the National League, Bar- More

More About Lt. (jg), Junior National Diving a recent letter to Al Sinibaldi, racks 53 in the School League, And Men SeparationsContinued
Champion and 3rd Senior National NATTC taker-oner of all heavy- and. Barracks 13.

Musical ProgramContinued Champion; Jack Roth, 2nd Lt., weights, Burnett said that he had In the other two games played from Page Ten

M. C., runner up in the National won four of five fights in the Bos- last week, Barracks 15 defeated Lakes; Wyoming, all-Bremerton,

From Page Ten Junior; and Bruce Harlan, Sp (A) ton area, and the one he dropped Barracks 14, 5-4, and Barracks 5 Wash.

quently to a two-thirds filled house 3c! National Junior High and Low followed by one night a previous defeated Barracks 61, 1110. Bat- Officers' separation centers are '
Board Diving Champion and run fight. He also won a medal in a as follows: Washington, Oregon,
was Josephine Antoine, soprano, tery for Barracks 15 was Nickers
ner-up in the Senior Nationals.The Boston boxing tournament. Idaho, Montana, Wyoming-Seat-
appears on the top spot in a aid Ballard; for Barracks 5, Ax-
nationally broadcast program and program will include an exhibition line and Cobb; for Barracks 61, tle; N. California, Nevada, Utah
has been identified with the Metro- of water polo, the "Dil- loftbaJTStandings Bingham and Kaufman. Colorado-San Francisco; S. Cali-
politan and San Francisco Opera bert> Dunker" (cockpit escape), fornia, Arizona, New Mexico-Lot
the four teamsis
companies. Her selections rangedall boat-tilting, tower diving, a fancy Playoff among Angeles; Texas-Camp Wallace.
the way from the Jewel Song diving exhibition, and clowning expected to be completed this Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee,
said.Wave .
throughout the show. Jack Hill week, Kelly
from "Faust" to the currently pop y Kentucky-Memphis; Louisiana,
ular "Falling in Love With You." and Charles Keating, two outstand. Mississippi, Alabama-New Orleans
The ing collegiate swimmers from Vero ; Maine, New Hampshire, Ver.
program, however, wasn't
(End of Season
just Miss Antoine. Reinhold Beach, will attempt to set new pool Officers' ) SplashesContinued mont, Mass., Rhode IslandBoston -

Schmidt, baritone, who likewise is records. LeagueW ; Pennsylvania, Delaware _
The Water Ballet will consist of L from Page TeDLaFlamme' Philadelphia.West .
well known to the
stage and radio
gave the audience a well-rounded 36 Wave and men swimmers making Administration Schools 8 4 5 1 walk The 'don'ttell' Virginia, Virginia, Mary ..

selection of numbers especially intricate and rythmic designs Students daisies which were uprooted land--Washington, D. C.; North
suited to the baritone voice. The under Miss Perry's direction. Participating Ordnance 2 4 5 and all the fun after 2130 in Carolina .-- Shelton (Norfolk);
two completed the evening's will be Waves Davis, Urban 7 the lounge We may all be look- South Carolina--Charleston; Georgia
gram with two duet numbers, Dobso, Blalok, Strotbeck, American Ing forward to going home, but it Florida--Jacksonville; and all
"Sweethearts" and "Song of Love" Wright, Jackson, McGean, Grome, LeagueW\ L will be with a lot of sadness and others---Great Lakes.

Then there was Harold Turner Schulmister, Briggs, Braummoc- humorous memories which will be y
Operations 7 1
Mu2c, in civilian life a concert I kow, Beltridge, Schacht, Hudson, Marines 3 1 "The Stories Grandmother tells Conscience gets a lot of credit
pianist and now attached to NA Johnson, Brooks, Bridges, Dickard, AFC about her Navy life." that belongs to cold feet.
5 2
Zimmerman, Bleekman, Dale, Bol- _
TechTraCom, who mixed his .Ord. --
piano Av'n. 3 2
Scott Frittle and
yard, Raymond;
selections in a way to appeal to Training Division 1 5 rJ
and Johnnie Cison, Bud Lenham,
most any one, including "Andalucia" Ted Duncan, S. L. Pincus, R. Dickinson Adv. Ord. 0 8
and "Star
Dust"In II
R. Colyer, B. Harlan, Jack
a light and humorous
vein Roth, R. B. McFadden, Atkinson, National leagueW 4Uk
was Bill Thompson, SpA)2c( who W. S. Laughlin, and L. W. Rogers. L \
acted as master of ceremonies
and The show is scheduled to beginat Basic Elec. 7 0
presented a comedy monologue 2000 each evening.Dolphinesque. Turrets 4 3
Back in civilian life he had a com- P. T. & Welfare 3 4
edy role in the Fibber :Magee and Cooks & Bakers 3 5 '

Molly program. Phase X 2 4

It was Thompson who announcedthat Police 2 5 _.- / .
through the efforts and co- ;

operation of Capt. Joseph B. School,
Lynch, Commanding, NATTC, and c s-7 LeagueW L ;
the Welfare Office the series of Bks 53 4 0

entertainment units would be F a.Y Bks. 6 3 3
brought here. While most of them Bks 5 4 IS
will originate at Command head- Bks 61 3 4 < h

quarters which are at present in Bks 2 2 3 -c--- /' / ;

Chicago, some probably will be Bks. 60 2 JAE 0 r Jti
put together at the several train- sFL
ing centers throughout the coun- 1 League

try, he indic'r\. Bks. 13 7 S ;
Bks. 18 6'
A soldier recerit'i transferred toa Bks. 16 5 4

carrier pigeon outfit was busy Bks. 15 4 5Bks

cleaning out a cage. He sang as he 14 3 5 frs.iFv
+ worked. A passing captain com- Bks. 17 3 1 \ i/ .

mented, "Good heavens, don't tell -\ T \
me that you enjoy doing that?" A pair of newlyweds stepped Into

"Sir," replied the soldier, "before the hotel elevator. "Hello, darling
coming here I was in the cavalry," ," murmured the pretty operator -

QM There was a chilly silence all
Here's what'ih' little dog said the way up but when they reached
after he had walked through the f N their floor, the bride exploded, :

tobacco patch: "Does your cigar- "Who was that hussy?" r
ette taste different lately?" "Now don't you start anything,"

begged the groom; "I'm going to

Wallflower: A girl who wears a have enough trouble explainingyou

sweater to keep warm. to her tomorrow." "Do you really love me, or is it just points yre., after!"

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