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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


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Service Adds

.a New Schedules

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M Store To Open On

.... .. It EW$ ; Fountain on Week-ends

,F. r., mss,
L : enthusiasm which greeted the new
''r.: t s t policy of keeping open the restaurant and
,. 2300 has resulted in a decision to extend
(, i of Ship's Service facilities even further, it

this week.

this week-end, the ,restaurant and fountain
will be open on Saturdays and
; r Sundays from 0800 to 1800. The !
I < Are merchandise store will be open for :
business every Saturday between
0000\) and 1300.

While it is too early to deter
mine whether the new hours of operation .J
will be successful from a i
Duty financial standpoint, it was decid-
ed to go ahead with the further
extension in the interest of ac-
YZ commodating the thousands of
men and women who remain on the
station over the week-end, Lt. A.
w ru a C. Abney, Ships Service officer,
may now re- stated.
frn until 1 July "If we just break'even, it is still
u_ U '., ._,. _'__SPOT's make appli worth keeping open," he said
A POPULAR SPOT after the late show nowadays is Mainside Ship's Service retention ac- "What we want to do is provide
I fountain began staying open 'til 2300 last week, large crowds throng the counters I just receiv the maximum service possible for

snack. Sandwiches, cokes, shakes' and sundaes are offered for sale to_ "stay-up. I all hands without running in the
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Cartoon Naming Contest au- I Last week operating hours of
I Red yet been ob- the soda fountain and restaurantwere
retention of extended to 2300 to accom-
Dozens Submit Names For Navy ei- modate personnel who attend the
Continue : regulars, but late movie and others who might
that voluntary desire a late snack before retiring
$25 Savings Bond Prize of the Wo- This added service to Ship Serv-
Through 1 July 1917 ice patrons had been sought for a
personnel to long time and fills a longstandingneed
There's still time to submit a name for Bob Jones' car- The 1916 l<'
'til the future for a late refreshment spot.
toon strip and cop that $25 Savings Bond prize. American Red determined The beer garden at Seaplane
The contest is slated to close Monday, and the winner tended through their active Point also stays open now until
will be announced in next week's issue of the Air News. certain on Page; Three I 2300.
which to wind
Award of the prize will be made by Welfare as soon as the Chaplain Paul H ---- --

winning contestant presents himself at the Jax Air News ecutive Activity At
office. fort, announced
Officer, enlisted, and civilian Original plans !
personnel attached to the Naval the campaign Movies Gets Spotlight
Air Station, the staff, the Naval to conform with I
Hospital, NATTC, or the Separa- ( Cross drive,
tion Center are eligible to enter requested movie projector broke down a little over a
the competition. Just jot down on Ol.KrDO that persons personnel realized for the first time that thi
a scrap of paper the name you would have couldn't just be taken for granted
think most suitable and send it to i do so of the equipment and the cancelling of all movies
the Jax: Air News :Box 2, via Yard I Field than a week left thousands of Malnsiders with-
Mail, Remember to include your brough; asked of diversion. And it served to throw the spot

name rate and department.Three I. sentatives to ac-
showings daily.
enlisted persons have been his office in
\ to pro- First, pictures have to be booked
chosen to serve as judges: :Mary morrow. Results
Jane Dickard SpX)2c( ) of NAT- lation will be of five dif- A booking agent in Atlanta at-
TC, Alice L. Armstrong AerM3c, week. and three tends a trade screening of a new
and picture, and if he thinks it would
of the SepCen: the new car-
toon's creator, Bob Jones. Lt. (jg) TROUBLE prove popular- with Navy personnel -

E. E. Speight, NAS public infor- .__..._........ ..........__.0...._. _. he orders it for us. (Incident-
ally, he books pictures for the en-
mation officer, will act as advisorto
the committee of judges. ** % tire Seventh Naval District and
A tremendous response greeted NAS Jax gets them first.) The
,. the announcement of the contest. prints come directly to the Auditorium -
Entries poured into the office dur- Then the projectioniststake
ing the week suggesting all sorts over.They're.
of names. A. F Stanek, Mus.Ic, the boys who actually
said we ought to call the strip show the pictures to you movie
"Tyro." Mrs. Frances Chandler of a fans: seated in the darkened audi-
Supply thought "Elmer, The torium. They have to insure that
Wolf" would be pretty apt. Grace the show goes through without a
Miller, Y3c, offered "The Hope- hitch, that the sound is of the
less One. Jean O'Bryant, Y3c proper volume. and that the im-
her age is in proper focus.
gave suggestion an anthropo-
logical twist. She submitted "The Then there's the job of main ,
Missing Link. Charles J. Price, taining the Auditorium which is
AEM3c, sent in "Eager Beaver used for sports events, dances, and
Charlie," no doubt recalling his -- _. -- smokers as well as for movies.
own experiences in Jacksonville. After such occasions the seats
John ,Manning, Sic, wants us to Vice Admiral Gatch have to be carried back and ar-
name the cartoon "You Can't ranged for a movie show
i.: Win"" C, M. Hicks, MAM2c simply Pays Visit To NAS Like everything else in the
sty\ : suggests "Sucker! Translat- Navy, there are plenty of forms
.e: ing Sad Sack Into nautical terms, and reports which must be filled
Arnold C. Echaffer, HAlc, enter- I Bowling AlleysJust out in the course of a week, making
ed the name "Sad Salt," Ens. J. I the job a bit more comphcat-
a. L."Jones of Supply came up with who may drop Into the ed.
'.' "Jaxson Wolffe Esq," Morton bowling alleys on Mainside is So next time you feel like yell.
Lamm, AEM2c combined Milton I never known and last Saturday ing because the movie starts a
: r- Can Iff's "Male: Call" with Sgt. night'was a good example. For- little late, or the sound dies out,
Sansone's "Wolf" and got "Wolf mer Judge Advocate General of or the film tears right in the midstof \
Call" the Navy, Vice Admiral ThomasL. a tense scene remember that
Two contestants. Julius C. Kom- Gatch, bowled with his aideson I the boys are doing their best. Even
aromy, Sic, and Eleanor DeLone the NAS alleys For two when they make you enter
Jernigan, SK2c, sent in similar games he led the group of six through one door, they've a
suggestions only Eleanor gave with scores of 160 and 170, reason An accurate count has to
hers the old SERUTAN treatment which isn't exactly bad for an be made, as Welfare, must pay for
Julius picked "Gentleman Wolf" Admiral, in fact, for anyone less y 'T "Vach person attending the movie.In .
while Eleanor chose "Gentleman than a champion bowler. I addition to Lt. Milton N.
Flow." Vice Admiral Gatch was com- THAT It\-LIKi: contraption through which Chief Projectionist Hand, Welfare Officer in charge
We even got our share of "I I1- manding officer of the famous Newton Roberson is threading the film at the Mainsido movie of Mainside motion pictures those
roy" Bill Emlg, HA2c one of Kil- "Battleship X," which early in projection room was the cause of all the trouble last week To get responsible for that three times
roy's supporters, explained: "Anyone the war blasted 32 Japanese the movies started again, Welfare borrowed another "head" from daily movie are Newton Roberson,
that gets around as much as aircraft from the skies in a sin- a theater supply company in Atlanta, flew it to Jacksonville The W. L. McCallum. Feb Porter, and
our friend Kilroy could easily re- gle day. That battleship was later defective "head"" from Mainslde's projector is being rebuilt in Atlanta Ralph Chynoweth, projectionists;
senMe that character created by revealed as the U.S,S. South now and no further interruption in movie schedules Is an- and Roland Baldwin and William
Jones." Dakota. ticipated, Welfare declares. Hoffman, masters-at-arms.


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"Just Call Me Mister" .'

THE LAST FEW DAIS In the life of. a tailor l ..

Just before he becomes eligible to ting out the refrain -
"Just Call Ale Mister" and to wear any color
Both he please -are BIO moments.
The 1\8"Y'Itwo millionth separation wa marked
last Meek and to date the I'ersonnel Separation
Center her has released some 65,000 new "MIMera."

Without bustle, but with\ some fanfare, the process
goes on apace. With their own Sep Sender orchestra -
and a weekly radio broadcast "Just Call Me tY4tr
Midler," the renter, under Captain M. M. DeWolf,
" 4' add.. a bit of gaiety to the business at hand.

,f a With a capacity of 500 separatees a day, seven '
days a week, the separation procesn Is complete In
ever)' d..tall-Irom a thorough medical check-up to a
F31JpA full understanding of their rights and benefits anveterans. .
For those about to go through, we offer
this preview In pictures.

1. On arrival, the P. O. In charge of the draft t y4 ::
logs in the entire group. At'i..

%. Processing forms for each man are made out
? ( .jET at Initial Re<'eivlng. Each separatee gels a disbursing
Intt'nlfa.ncl IN assigned a' bunk and groitp.

3. A thorough medical examination Is given. paYING ,

4. Lectures and private interviews explain their w

rights veterans..

5. Pay records are checked and that final! Navy

pay Is given.
6. Rig moment. "Ruptured Duck" Is sewn on


7. Navy chaplain and line officer bid farewell) to I I ,

earn man as he receives discharge certificate
8. Homeward bound the sailors retrace their
steps. Their greeting Is now "Just 'all Me Mister"

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stay in the Navy, and in her particular still alive; she wants to make f April. C, L. Potter Ext. 4U,
I t I Two riders soothers
to California
job especially, can only result Chief-or as the cartoonist sug I Commercial route, on 2 April, CHOC. One way, Is rain.ard. .

in better understanding and gested-at least a commission.And ANN I., ADU. .
Girl to inure apartment. Location downtown -
I stronger mutual interests in their she la ready to stay with the Bulletin' Call MM! llecht. Ext. D218;
Y > life together. She has a couple Navy until she does! Back in the Living roam, dining room bedroom furniture
Must be adequate but not elab
Aw Y LAn other points in the Service's favor I Jullrlini will i be accepted until spree L.
days when the family supplemented II orate. Urgent Chaplain; R. Htwmp-
that seem minor beside these, but ti\l\ d. 1.1.: 23U er, Office 2(7 home 29417.lOUNDt .
actually mean a great deal in her Infrequent pay checks she I Full SALE:
i biMtninil engagement mid wedding rlngi, Fyglae in brown 'leather (case Left on
tried dozen different and
AINav, now orbiting the field making a happy Navy WAVE. She a jobs bnvugemcnt ring hui I'trfeu whit tolitniitt counter It Mainiide Personnel Office.,
of WAVES conversation ii due has no dependents so is ready to stayed with none of them. When with four smaller diamond. onlid..l I Monday. Owner may call for them at
station ; wedding ring hal five perfect rut Ptrfconntl 1 11. Dardar.Akron .
Chief B.
Office :
the Navy might
light now on the mat of personal go she joined the Navy, the family while diamond. Worth I.'JO bell for Ohio High School ring, dated IV46.bearing .
attention because shortly it will her. Finally, she looks so well left her alone-and she 'I Ult. Miut be seen to be 1I'pr""IIII..I. the Initial GOL. Picket) up
in Navy slacks and shirt that she collapsed, Coll\ M,.. McLeod. Extension 315 In reclaim from
call for personal attention from Bldg. 954. Owner may
spends no time at all rememberingher loved it. She is the one who believes Three rooms of furniture, 1>. limino, thief II. II. Dardar Mainiide .'"rllU..-
In blue. Jt'a the
tvery girl navy that the UNO will lick the 1444A Child M, NAS. net Office.
AINav stating terms for WAVES modeling days that boot camp atomic bomb who' knows On.. 4-door lup r-d"luxl fold 1(41. Kittlio -a e 5-
who want to sign over until July ended. :Maybe that consideration every heater vpotlight, and other actecoriel
BuPers Bulletin before the new issue 4 new tire, body and
seems beside the point to a male, in Bus Service Resumed
1947, and la obviously a method of is half-way round the office, A-l condition. Cull Mughei, Eat IU3.
nucleus of at least but any female knows her morale }.our..h..I. cuntom-built ':M
keeping a ( trailer n..I ly PCII'k' -
who recognizes the location of every To Dewey Area
WAVES in service depends a lot on whether she decorated furnlihed. Owner ;'
slightly) salty
knows she looks well. fire alarm, and has two objections rhsrged., ,
until Congress can focus its attention for every GI regulation. She !f3GS. Yukon Trailer Turk Yukon !-1a. Bus service between Dewey Park
on a bill to make women partof The next shipmate is happily a knows her Navy and we mark her hour loinm of furniture, complete, or in and Malnside resumed .'this
"Happily" because she'salways 54't. toll after t 1 M. U71 Cumber
the Navy.If corpsman.
regular as a good POTENTIAL.That land i week for the benefit of pel'JOnndrt'8idlng'ln .
that's true, BuPera is especially been interested in medicine about takes care of the for the whole houae, will not the Dewey' Pak hour:
interested in signing up and Classification put her exactly break up ..,1. A real bargain, nil for :
people within eyeshot. Us with a .. area. R .
where she wanted to be. $I till. I lea Inquire any time after t:30 "
WAVES who would possibly consider the of the Navy hashmark ? Well-tell the "tower"at daily. 13J2H Kandolph bt, NAS. Buses will leave from the"inter', ...
staying in even longer than From standpoint BuPers to keep that AINav in 1937 Ford; 4 good tirei, good mechanical section of 120th and Ellison .
she probably should sign up. condition Chitf Par-man NAHC
July 1047. Our imagination stopped Machine Streets in Park at
Dewey daily
from a personal standpoint, should the traffic pattern until Gun Mange, Ext. 0835.J040 .
short at hashmarks on our I thought this matter through Oldsmobile 4-door. radio, better, 0630 and 0700.) Return trips will
own sleeves, so we're easing it toward I she ? I Celling crier Can be leen at Amoco be made in the afternoon leaving
that possibility by choosing I 'She wants medicine for a ca Station near Larry'i. A & R at 1600 and 16'S .
8 piece living suite
friends who seem to belong among I reer. If she stays for another yearit : Sigma Chi Alumni To Suite, 1 beige room chair ,for t-piece living bedroom room In addition to the work buses,
the volunteeringest personnel the will mean only continued security msb1 Haniock M", NAS after 6PM, a Commissary Store bus will be
Navy will muster in 1947. I and more good practical ex Meet At NATTC FridayThere AIRPLANE Amerltan fcagl biplane, irylinder run on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
90 H.P. Elmer engine Plane
will have
Our roommate in the top bunk perience. But then she ia not In flying rendition. Inquire U23- Fridays from 120th and Ellison
(by preference) ia a candidate the long, hard pull through train will be a meeting of all Ii Hancock $t., NAil after 6 P. M. Streets at 0930. On the return trip
whose signing over would result inbenefit ing with .only the GI Bill for a Sigma Chi fraternity alumni 1940 Indian hcout' motorcycle. 1325. Carl the bus will depart. from the Com
paycheck and with family respon- aboard the station on Friday at MiMite Ward .83. Naval HotpiUl.
all the way around it 1939 lHrley-Iavid OH.V. $1 motorcy missary at 1045.:
seems! to us. She's a Link Trainer Bibilities tugging her conscience. 1230. It will be held at the Host cia Just bet n completely overhauled. The bus service which is being
Operator-aviation training will Best she should begin without fur- ess House, in the rear of NATTCShip's New faint. Good tirei. A good buy for re-established now was I discontinued
some lailnr. Mutt aril Immediately.
need her so long as the Navy pilot ther delay. ; Service Building} All Sigma 41C.M. Nix, Int. Lt' Office or call 8ee some time ago because it was
does not learn automatically]I She's Then there la the Seaman First Chi's, officer and enlisted are ask t.t. 11941. not being utilized. Unless it is
really chosen Navy as her career, whose ambition born of frozen ed to attend. Further details may WANTEDl used to its maximum extent it 7ii11
anyway; she said "Ye*' 'to a USN ratings sudden transfers, and uncomplimentary be had from Lt. (jg) J. L. Williams Ride Cull: to M Norfolk.... Craltr.2813.: Vn. around. 11/12 April. again be ,discontinued; it wAIl

pilot now in China. Any longer complements, Is phone 8979. Two riders to Chicago between 1C/1S atated.a .

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-4 April, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three, r:

h Lieutenants And Hospita-II '

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Below PromotedBy ChatterAll I i'F'ThnlNi1 '

'\ REPORTER New AINavOn who dropped over and saw

the floor show, from one of the
j local supper clubs, presented on
1 April lieutenants, lieutenants Wednesday, 3 April, are looking J4AflU5NTSk
Lot A. LFMT, Ylc (jg), ensign and warrant forward to the next one. The
qur..STIONZ Do you believe an officer of the line and staff corps shows will be in the Ship's Service ,
open discussion of the gripe were made eligible for appoint- Auditorium at 1500 on Wednesdays
about discrimination between I ments to the next higher rank. For further information see
Lieutenant on active duty In that the Red Cross
officer aid enlisted personnel
i" rank since 2 March I *
would be of benefit to the postwar .I
1941 are eligible. Lieutenants ( )
t Navy rBARBARA jg Two big Easter dances comingup
ensigns, and warrant officers on
The first 11
one on April
DYER Sic Newt
continuous active duty in their respective -
be arranged by the Red Cross for
Bedford Mass
ranks since 2 August-1
the patients The motif will be
"Yes it would. There is too much September 1944 also qualify.. USN, Spring-the music will be furnished
discrimination between officer and USNR and WR officers are Included by the Sep Senders Hostesses MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
: enlisted personnel. If the 'voice' of I in this AINav. A separate AN from Jacksonville, plus refresh
the little people could be heard, it I Nay includes ensign and junior ments complete the bill. The Staff THURSDAY
might do some good." grade lieutenants of the Nurse Dance will be on the 18th, and HOME IN INDIANA," starring Walter Brennan. Shows it 1300-

j. R. MCDONALD, Y3c, wniacoochee. Corps. we'll hear more about it at a later 1730-2000.
Oa.I According to AlNav 150, dated date. FRIDAY
17 "I think it would be of some 1 April lieutenants and lieuten- I see "BREAKFAST IN HOLLYWOOD," with Tom Brenaman Shows
ants (jg) of the Naval Reserve at 130017302000.
benefit. Former high-ranking naval -
We hear that the Red Cross
officers, like Gov. Stassen, realize who were temporarily promoted ward parties are really gala af SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
there is something wrong, without restriction aa to duty station fairs. Patients on B-l, B-6, B-4 & "DEVOTION," featuring Olivia DeHavilland Shows at 1300-1730-
1j and I believe they will try to do may count their time in of rankas 5, C-l, C-3 and C-4 will\ attest to 2000 on Saturday and 1430-1730-2000 on Sunday.
dating from assumption active -
something to correct the situationnow the fun they have had at these MONDAY
duty in that rank if they
that they are civilians. served continuously in that rank parties during the past week "YOUNG WIDOW," starring Jane Russell Shows at 1300-1730-
since th. date establishing eligi-
Reno Nevada."I bility for promotion. Junior grade Three more WAVES leaving for TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY '
think such a discussion would lieutenants in the Medical Corps Separation Centers Davey Williams "TWO SISTERS FROM BOSTON," with Katherine Graysoru
. be a very good thing for the Navy, Reserve date the beginning of active I PhM2c from the occupational Shows at 1300-1730-2000. .
if it is similar to the present one : duty In that rank from the therapy shop, LaVerne THURSDAY
being held by Army forces There I, completion of their internships. I I Hackert, PhM2c, from the record "PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE," starring Bob Hope Shows at
has got to be some fire where The advancement of officers now I office and Norma Riddell, HAlc, 1300-1730-2000.
there is so much smoker this serving in spot appointments In'' from Ward A-2. Davey and Normaare
would bring many of the faults to I ranks for which AINav 150 estab- off to Miami and LaVerne goes STUDENT OFFICERS
light and help in their correction." t I I lashes their eligibility will be effected to Great Lakes. Good luck to you
LT. R. D KRESKE, Cleveland, 1 without further physical girls!
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"DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID, with Paulette Goddard.. Show at
Ohio under
I examinations. Time served

j "I would approve because it U I I such appointments may not, however How did you fellas like "Andy 2000 only. SATURDAY

1 one way that officers can realize be counted as service in rank Anderson" the fisherman ? We expect "DIAMOND HORSESHOE," starring Betty Grable. Show at.2000
t.. their own shortcomings and help for promotion purposes. I a redoubled call for the fish only .
eliminate legitimate gripes. It I All of these appointments are I ing rods. Guess everyone will go SUNDAY
a\ would also give officers an opportunity subject to the provisions of Bu- practice the fine art of casting "BREAKFAST IN HOLLYWOOD," featuring Tom Brenaman.
to express their own points Pers CircLet 222-43, as modifiedby I now that it has been proven to be
Show at 2000 only.
of view on some of the questions, AINav 28-46 I 110 simple to do! (Better practicea MONDAY AND TUESDAY)
and thus make for better under I I l while first before
1 a you compete. "DEVOTION," starring Olivia DeHavilland. Show at 2000 only.
standing between enlisted and officer with "Andy" however). WEDNESDAY

personnel"" I Navy Seeking Public "YOUNG WIDOW," with Jane Russell Show at 2000 only.
LOUIS SPOSATO ARM3c, Harrison Sorry if you missed the "Talent THURSDAY

N. Y I Information OfficersFor Show" sponsored by the Andrew "TWO SISTERS FROM BOSTON," starring Katherine Graysoru
Jackson High School: here last
Ni doubt an open discussion Shows at 2000 only.
Friday. It was really a good one I
would be a benefit If they could
I Regular Navy Incidentally, be on the look out
get together, they could find out OTHER EVENTS
for a series of "All Patient Shows"to
what the difficulties are between Millionaires, playboys, movie commence very soon. These I
rank and rate and bring about a" I stars, and big corporations aren't I shows will tour all wards, espe- BASEBALL-Saturday 1400, NAS Fliers vs. 18th Fleet (Green
solution of the major problems. the only ones that recognize the cially those with bed patients, and Cove Springs). Mason Field.
V. W. POTTS ARM3c, Spring- value of relations counsel
public will be composed entirely of talent I
field, N. J. I IHWLIIsC!-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
A directive received here this from hospitalized men and women
from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturdayand
I No.3. Alleys are
"I think such a discussion would week reyeals that Public Information here at U. S. Naval Hospital. open
\ I 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment
be a very good thing as it never I will have a permanent placein 0 .
hurts to bring some things out Into the peacetime Navy organization -, Lt (}jg) Frances E. KeenanW only '
the open. I doubt, though, if it for it asks for requests from ( ), USNR and Major Paul T. I SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming
j would do much good unless it was qualified reserve and temporaryUSN Johnston, USMC, were married 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, MonFri. 08001900. Sat. 1000-1000' Sun.
understood at the start that action -I officers for appointment aa Saturday, 30 March at 1200 in St.Edward's :i 1200-1900.
would be taken on the major'' Information Officers in the I I
Chapel. wedding : BOXING-For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut A,
1 points. I Regular Navy. I breakfast at the club followed the J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainslde Mat after 1600.i .
ENS. F. H DAVIS, Eugene Officers selected will be appointed ceremony. Lt, Keenan is stationedat I
1 Oregon. i I as line officers until legislation the Hospital working in the i, GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
"I think it would be a fine thing. I is obtained to change their classification neuro-psychiatric ward as psychologist and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt clubs aad balls are available at Golf
\ It would bring the troubles and to specialist, duty only. In Major Johnston has just returned House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

discriminations out in the open so addition to service in the Office of from duty. in. Japan. I ANCHOR \GF-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
!. they could be more easily handled I Public Information in Washington I cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
-. and the proper solutions found." it is contemplated that these'''II Long distance phone calls in a I Field.
j I officers will perform public infor WAVES Barracks are always
mation duties in the various naval cause for commotion, but PhMlc TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train

WAVES districts, elsewhere on shore, and Peggy Brown is the only girl we I' ing Building: No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
on large staffs afloat. I I know who can get a long distance Yorktown Roads).

Applications are particularly desired call from home and then have to RECEPTION: CENT*;K-The Reception Center, located In south
Continual from Page One the communication points I write her mother to ask what they I wing of Building No. 955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests:
1; service until this new deadline on out, from those officers who have talked about--Tsch! Tsch!I Such I from 1000 to 2200 daily
or befo April will be entitled a degree in journalism or have had excitement is not good for one
lame !I IIBRKY Located on second deck of Malnside Recreation
to the in relations.Commissary
special, advancement experience public
J I' offered WAVES who previously > I I Building No. 3. Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Fridayrom
I 0800 to 1630 Saturday and from 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.
signed over to 1 September 1946.
fa After /8 April no special advancement Store VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON, TOUCH FOOTBALL-Officer personnel
.' benefits will be offered. previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requestedto

Enlisted WAVES who have already Renews Delivery OFFERED ACTIVE meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.
extended their active
duty I ATIILKI1C GEAR Available in gear issue room, Building 3,
until 1 September 1916 are encouraged To Dewey Park DUTY VOLUNTEERSWant lower deck
to submit new applications -
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but they will not be entitled I. The Commissary Store' has re- to be a statlonkeeper skeet men yesterday at 1600
to further advancement in rate. delivery service to patrons The Navy Is seeking enlisted : Skeet Team Bids : Clayton P. Boardman, Sic, and
solely because they are extendingtheir residing in Dewey Park. personnel for reserve statlonkeeper I Com dr. William P. RagsdaJe are
service for an even longer House to house deliveries will duty who will volunteer to re- I For More MeetsThe I the deadeyes of the Jax team, and
period, the directive said. be made daily except Saturdays main for 45 days or longer beyond I they have been breaking the clay
Assignments to duty will be and it will be the responsibility of their normal separation eligibility I NAS skeet squad sent outa pigeons at a fabulous rate in all
governed by the needs of the service patrons to place their purchases date. Inducement is duty at the challenge to and all Naval their previous meets. Boardman a
and net by the desire of the in the section set aside for "Dewey reserve training activity nearestthe any lad of 19, has been winning Na-
individual. Requests contingent on Park Deliveries" together with volunteer's home and Army stations in the State of tional sub-junior and junior championships

specific. duty at specific stations, their name and address An 1100 Volunteers must request reten- Florida, with the hop of gettingsome !!' since the early age of 1O.
pay Subsistence, leave, and other deadline has been set becauseof tion in writing Transfers under good matches out of enemy It Is hoped that the NAS challenge
matters will not be considered. I the time required to make the this program will be effected on bird busters." Fort Lauderdalewas will bring in regular meets
WAVES will not be assigned overseas deliveries and to prevent spoilage their normal separation eligibility i the first station to answer the for the competition-hungry homo

_ at }his_time._ --- I of perishable items. date. challenge-----,-and---they met the local team.
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J1UffmUUfSffEditorial April Fool JokeJust WILCO '

when the strike} situation seems v*

Offices practically solved what do you think hap- ,1iq
Office ot Public Information Room
Administration 221 pens. The first day of April rolls around, andas a
Annex, Bids. 054 ; x
Telephone Extension 8512 if in the form of a gigantic April Fool's I ) :

Lt. (jg)> Eugene E. Speljht, USNR. Public Information Officer Day prank, coal miners walk off their jobs.It '
The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. is by now an almost annual custom, a hol- /Q
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida by the Office ot iday if -' A\f\ Tr't);
t, Public Information at no expense to the government and In you please.
compliance Copies are with distributed Secnav Circular free of Letter charge 4 -526th'28 Naval May 1945.Air We do not know the merits of the case,

Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, the but we suppose that, if the auto workers,

Headquarter, Naval Auxiliary of the Naval Air Air Station Operational Cecil Field Training, the Naval Command the steel workers, et al., receive more money, / r

Air Naval Gunners'Auxiliary School Air ,Station the U.Mayport.S. Naval Hospital, and the so should the coal miners. However, it seems < ; 1 1Jot'u

that not wages, but the establishment of a ,
Captain Anthony R. Brady USN Commanding t
Jacksonville Naval Air Station health and welfare fund, to be created froman I

assessment on each ton of coal produced,
Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding ,'
Naval Air Technical Training Center is the principal problem.It .

Captain Clarence J. Brown (MO USN, Commanding is true, we believe, that coal mining is ,I..
U. S. Naval Hospital one of the most difficult and hazardous op-

Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USNR, Commanding erations within the domestic production set-
Naval Personnel Separation CenterLt. up. Therefore, such a fund should be advis-

Col. Alexander A. Vandegrlft. Jr., USMO, Commanding able. But whether it should be created by as- ,
Marine Barracks
sessment of a "royalty" is another question
Commander Naval Robert Air Feddern Gunners, USNR School, Commanding altogether. That is the method used by Mu-

sic Czar Petrillo to gain a stranglehold on
Commander Howard E. Born USN, Commanding
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field the music and radio broadcasting industries. ,- ._". .

Commander John B. Buhn USNR, Commanding However, we fervently hope that the dif- 'v. _. ...,_. .,,,,_
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mayport '. .,
ferences between operators and miners will ,. ,-. '.'.
Capt. Marvin L. Seidel, USMCR. be settled quickly, since a prolonged coal
Marine Aviation Detachment strike would undo much of the progress already -

The JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service made toward reconversion of American "
and Ship's Editorial Association materiaL Republication "Well, I finally got rid of the cockroaches, anyway.
of credited matter prohibited without permission of CMS. industry to peacetime production. f ,i
War Department, 2US E. 42nd St.. N.Y.C., or SEA Wash (In answer to many requests we reprint one of Bob Jones' .
ington 23, D. C. Republication of any other matter
except by service publications Is prohibited without most popular Wilco cartoons). '
permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.
Officers From RanksVice

New OpportunitiesAs Admiral Louis E. Denfield, Chief of Here's Your Pay IF.

the Naval Personnel, said recently in an inter- ':
Navy's problems
manpower grow view that the Navy is taking advantage of OFFICERS
more acute, new AINav's continue to announce .
Pay Renbl. Ssb.istence ..
in which almost the fact that enlisted men are-one of the best With without with '
_ways any person on }
Dependents Dependents Dependents
of officer
sources .
active duty now may continue to serve in one Pre.- Pro- Prta- ProPr.- Pro- Free- Pro- .
carrying out this principle it was Rank eat posed nt posed nt posed pet pon,1
capacity or another. The trend now seems to Fleet, Adm.,
be toward continuing use of reserves until pointed out that the Navy has submitted to Adm. Vice v

1 July 1947. Congress a proposal under which enlistedmen Adm., Rear

In the Jax Air News for 21 March for may qualify for transfer to the college Adm. (upper
instance, it was announced that commissioned NROTC. In addition the wartime practice of Rear halt Adm.) $666.61 $800 $120 $1H $105 $126 '.2 .$50.40 './i

officers (USNR) of line and staff, includ- awarding direct commissions to qualified en- (lower

ing aviation and specialist classifications, are listed men will be continued if present plansare halt) . MO 600 120 IH 105 12642 M.40

urged to apply for continued duty to mid- followed. Comdr. &; "
Capt. .. 333.33 400 120 IH 1M 126 42 M.40 10'
1947.Last The Jax Air News heartily agrees with Comdr. 291.61 350 120 lU 105 126 63 75.60 ,
week an item announced that 50- these policies, outlined by Vice Admiral Den-. I Lt. Comdr.. 250 300 105 126 90 108 63 75.60 ;,
000 enlisted men of all rates are being re- field. Lt. . . 200 240 90.108 75 90 .f2 0.40 .
quested to remain on duty to 1 March 1917. -*- Lt. (jg) .. 166.67 200 75 90 60 72 .f2 60040 "" .
Ensign .. 150 180 60 72 45 :H 42 M.40
This week, an AINav extends the term for Commissioned .I

volunteer enlistment of enlisted WAVES un- Warrant 175 210 75 PO 60 72 42 0.40 It.
til 1 July of next year. Midshipman .65 78

Other items: USNR officers are now be- rates .Warrant 150 180 60 72 45 :H 42 M.40 1ESUSTlm .-'

ing sought for 1. Advanced electronicscourse. CPO (Permanent) . . .1'nSOSNtL. . . . .$138 $16 .60
2. Public information duties. 3. Duty ."News orsdVieitfs f rorr&ihot CPO (Acting) . . . . . . 126 151.20PO
with State Department. lc, Steward & Cook lc . . . . 114 136.80
Opportunities are apparently plentiful to PO lc, Steward & Cook lc . . . . 114 36.80 'J'
remain in service and to find the kind of job w PO 2c, Steward & Cooks 2c, Musicians is . 96 115.20 '
Aviation cadets . . . . . . . 7. 90 :/
you like. Seamen lc, Firemen 2c. Musicians 2c . . 66 79.20 ,
-*- By Chaplain B. C. GilbertA Seamen 2c. Firemen 3c . . . . . M 6".80 't.
New Retirement Law great number of us yearly choose some AS . . . ., . . . :. . 50 60 :
These tables show how the proposed Navy pay increase of '.,
special article, act or practice and "give it up 20 per cent now being considered by Congress would affect "
(Editors Note: Following is the last Installment for Lent." We usually choose something in of
Navy personnel. In the officer's table, the listings do '.t
in an official interpretation of the new which we have been indulging to excess and raises for length of service and the subsistence allow- ;
Navy retirement law, recently enacted. The
I Lincomes officers without dependents which is $21 a month for I !
two previous installments appeared on this page from which a respite has long since been in- and would be i
raised to $25.20.
on 21 and 28 March). dicated. This is not a bad practice, but deal- ---- -- ---- ,
SecNav is authorized to convene boardsto ing as it does with something which is sur- -'- f

consider and recommend for retirement plus anyway, we come to Good Friday pre- BOOK SHELFWith
regular Navy and Marine Corps officers pared only to have our trifling sacrifice seem I I Special Service ",

serving in the ranks of captain and below obscene and unrelated on the Calvary scene. A Service of Christian Baptism .

(Navy) and colonel and below (Mar-Corps). The true Lenten mood is one of positive the establishment of every day, will 14 April be held at on the Palm 1045 Sun-Di

The categories or groups of officers to be humility. It is no wonder then that, as we beachhead and subsequent con- Service at all Saints Pro- A'vine \
: considered will be specified in the precepts take pride in abstaining from our petty ex- quest of matted jungle islands by testant Chapel. All parents who "

r convening such boards, and members of such tras, we find it impossible to understand the the U. S. Marines, books were wish to have their children j
tortured of Lord to written by men who participatedin Christened and all others who I
boards shall be senior in permanent rank to body our or even care wish to present for
the permanent rank of any officer under con very much about it. those battles. The books give Baptism on this themselves special occasion

sideration.At While we realize that we are completely step by step accounts of the tac- please make the necessary

the time of Admiral Hopwood's testi- incapable of making a comparable sacrifice, tics, heroism and devastating effects arrangements by calling the
there 2,163 captains in the line does it not that should that the Leathernecks forced Protestant Chaplain's Office, .
mony, were seem fitting we essayto the Japanese.Lt. extension 425, by Friday 12 '
of the regular Navy, 447 of them permanent purge ourselves of something basicallyevil upon. Col. Walter L. J. Bayler April. .
, and the rest temporary. Postwar plans call ? Perhaps Pride, the very thing Humil- in his Last Man Off Wake relates '

for approximately 1,400. Mar-Corps had 360 ity abhors, is the delicacy which Lent re- Island, a particularly stirring ac- .,.
colonels, in the regulars, against postwar quires we do without. count of the heroic stand of the

needs estimated at 280.Recommendations Shall we give up Pride for Lent and ap- Marine Reluctantly garrison he left on the that island tiny atoll. illiuinrSrruicFS/ ;:

of the Retirement proach the Lamb of God with an humble and thirty-six hours before it was only ov- At the Station Chapetf.. .
boards will be submitted by SecNav, with contrite heart? erwhelmed and moved on to Mid- Bond and Muitln Avenue ,
his recommendations, for Presidential appro- Philippians 2:8: "He humbled himself, and way and later to Guadalcanal Sunday 7 April 15140730Holy ,
val or disapproval.Each became obedient unto death, even the deathof where he wrote of the efforts of Communion.Ch plaln" B. "
these Marines to avenge their bud- C. Gilbt.rt.
officer recommended for retire- the cross. dies on Wake.Guadalcanal. 0930 -NATTC Service-Cbsplnip E. K
ment shall be placed on the retired list on the Csylor "*
Diary by Richard 1045-Uivlne Series-4; Francla -
first day of the month chosen by SecNav, but Tregaskis provides a graphic tale Lee Albert. '
in no case later than the first day of the seventh -I I Poetic License"A I of the first offensive action by U. 1815-Venper Huddle. Hour Chaplain 0.)1.

month after date of approval by the S. forces against the enemy. The Divine Services for Colored Personnel: ..
author, a combat correspondent Building 8"
President. 1430-Chaplain B. c. Gilbert. ..
attached to the
DAFFY-NITION OF A MARINE"A de- Sunday Schooli Small Chapel f
Authority to convene boards for retire- scribes the Marines who fought 0930-Chaplain D. C. (Jllbert.
ment of officers in the ranks of captain and Marine is a man, their way through the feverridden 0630 (.thollc '
colonel and below will terminate, under the And I do mean A :MAN! : jungles, their humor, their 0830--Man. i
deaths and their victories. 0930Muss.1100High. .
act, on June 30 of the fiscal year followingthe Who, according to "The Corps, Robert Sherrod's M....
Is the of the land. Tarawa dedi- 1700-MUM. '
year in which the present war is declared cream cated to the officers and men of Christian Selene gertaWl
ended. His drilling is sharp, the Second Division USMC, is, as 1100-Sundayi Small Chapel.
Admiral Hopwood told the committeethe With a gun he's an ace, / he puts it, "not. only an attempt An dren Outdoor la maintained Nursery for between small chil-0930

Navy would soon request a new person- But, oh, what a victim to tell what happened at Tarawa, and 1200. I
but also what men felt under the Weekday Relit log* '81"1.!
nel law governing the appointments, promo- For a pretty gal's face! stress of the most violent battle ',wl.b Kelifiem Service and )'..118.'

tions, distribution and retirement of all officers Impervious to storms, that Americans had endured." His 1 pOO-Friday I In ahip the liner Small' (ChApel. .
I' of the Navy, line and staff. The law just And the ,wind's biting chill, story:. ably recounts the terrific 1900 Latter Day Kainli/ erU i 1/
Wednenday Mutual Meeting
that these
enacted is regarded as a stop-gap coveringthe To a fair woman's wiles, Leatherneckswent Small Chapel.

Navy's period of transition from war to He's a. sure certain kill! .hordes through which to quell held that the Japanese coral- HJO. -Thunday Y.ssg Mew's in Knoll'Bi61s Chapel Clan.-E._R

peace.> Kay Walker, Y3 tele. Cay lor. '


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4 April, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five .

i' Why Prices Are Not Reduced rr ljjppLv] I HELPS INSTRUMENT WORK ________ I

J At HAS Civilian Cafeteria SALLi'ES

) One of the most talked-about topics of conversation R

among civilian employees at NAS Jax for the past eight 3

months has been the price of food charged by the civilian +' it

cafeteria on this station.To By Leola Jones 7

enlighten every employee with the answer to this 'Twas very nice to welcome four -

At question, the Employees Association held a called meeting ole-timers back to duty in this de- .

::. last week with Captain Anthony II. Brady, commanding officer partment after military furloughJohn

.z leading the discussion. Colvin (purchase), Arthur _
Members and officers of the Allen ( Gordon
fered by the cafeteria has been accounting), Ree-
board and chairman of each shop 1964020. dy (stock control) and Walter E.

committeee went over the finan- Stolen Silver Loss Hodges (delivery). Colvin served

cial statement of the cafeteria and"I A volunteer organization, the his military time in the Army
association is of
methods to improve its operation. comprised mem- while the others stuck with the
bers elected by the employees.
: Since August '1945 when the They are not paid for their serv- : Navy.. Odd too-Allen and Reedy

Employees Association took over ices as some seem to think. The were both assigned duty in this -
: the management of the cafeteria, association belongs to every civilian department while in the Navy and ;.' ,
and when reports are made yet'when they returned one morn-
( it has been operating at a considerable '
,t loss. This loss has resulted showing a $300-a-month loss be- ing with civilian clothes on, seem- _
cause of stolen silver, we are the ed as if they had been away for along
from many reasons. ones that are being cheated.A long time. Those 'civics"
Initial Cost High considerable financial im- really do look good.

r". First, when the association took provement has been made in the We have more new employees ,
, '-';fiver the cafeteria with the appro- past few months and with every aboard-Archie J. Thompson, Jr :
val of the commanding officer, all individual's cooperation, the cafe- (inventory), Charles Carter I a
new equipment had to be purchased teria will make every effort to (storehouse), Samuel H. Hendricks I
and reconditioning and lower prices and Improve any condition (purchase), Frances D. Norton
renovating had to be done, because desired as soon as it can get (personnel), Nancy B. Knight (issue -
'1. ; before this time a commer- out of the red. ) and John Dillaberry (stock
+ cial firm operated it on a moneymaking It's up to us, the civilians! control).
basis with no apparent regard .
a Excitement at the Freelan home!
I, "' for sanitation and cleanli- INSIDE Yep, a little stranger came to live.
ness. Weight: approximately 45 to 50
The Employees Association operates pounds. No name as yet, but Maryis THREE IMPROVEMENTS TO TilE sextant instrument, illus
the cafeteria on a nonprofit inclined to think that it will be trated above by Emory B. Morris, have won cash awards from the-
basis and guarantees the main- By Ethel M. Shanahan "Darling" for the young colt is Beneficial Suggestion committee. His pet hobby being to perfect
tenance of equipment. It supplies Design had its first winner of just as cute as can be. If you'reout experimental work with tools, Morris has several other ideas under
its own operating items such as Beneficial Suggestions! E. T, for a Saturday or Sunday consideration of the committee.
dishes, silver, trays and other Manley (civil unit). He didn't win drive, why don'cha pay a visit and
overhead expenses. It is not a just one prize but three. One $35 see for yourself! Instrument Shop Suggcstor
Navy mess hall but is managed as and two $25 for namely: man-I Mickey Jones (purchase) is
any restaurant and buys food in hole lifter-upper, grate lifter and mournful because her "best be-
the open market. I the little gem pipe peeper all loved" has been frozen in his Awards Go To Morris
Under Navy policy any profit aids in preventive maintenance of branch of service and won't be
shown by a civilian cafeteria is to the sewer system. CongratulationsE. home before July Olga Schul-
be returned to the employees by T. ty (personnel) is a very thrilled For Improved SextantThe
way of lower prices and better Another first for public works- young lady these days. New car!
food. However it is impossible for Times are returning to normal, So, in order to initiate this new
'., the cafeteria to lower prices whenit and the men in design will soon auto, she and husband are enjoy- Instrument shop 742 of Assembly and Repair is especially -
is operating at a loss each rule the roost. In other words- ing a drive to California! Envious, interested in the winning checks Emory B. Morris
month. To date the total loss suf- male secretaries. George Machado, you bet! If you want to hear continues to receive for his beneficial suggestions, which
Army veteran of much overseas the "
-- an "Story-of-the-Month ask
i service in India, Burma and Chi have all been improvements to the MK5 pioneer sextant in-

f Supervisor Has na came to the record and civil strument.
unit Now we'll have girls come a in series design-moving of moves. The again.lab In moved fact, Morris joined this-activity May 1942 to help in the war

.) Many Duties In a'calling on business, reversingour from the northwest wing lower effort, starting to work in the instrument -
old order, as George is young,
was manager for a real estate de-
deck of 451 to allow
dark and single. Hold on, girls, he building rec- shop as a helper third partment of the Flexlume Neon
Inspection Dept. ord unit and civil unit to move in.
; has curly hair, too! He is a nativeof The lab is to be class. Sign Co. of Jacksonville.
and due to the fact going entirely in Before he here he
California, was employed ,
By W. II. Pascal the northeast wing. Civil left the By March 1944 he had ad-
Chief Machado is
his father
that ,
main drafting room and structural Richard McCracken (storehouse vanced from his starting rate in
_,j We may list the responsibilities stationed here, he is now a Florid- )
of a supervisor under three separ- ian, temporarily.Mr. took their space. Structural's about the pigeons in his attic. the instrument shop to AIM Max,
ate headings: ((1) Organizing, ((2)), E. W. Else (maintenance) place was taken over by electrical, ; Wedding bells will be ringing at and next was an instructor for
ordnance and where he
which downstairs optical,
came finally : the Elizabeth Swaim Memorial
Delegating and ((3)), Supervising. came in for a visit and expects to
t Let us define each of these terms: be back at work shortly. He is well architecture consolidated itself, Church tomorrow for Mary Lid- demonstrated gun sights and gun
and it was over! Over of cameras. About the same time he
except dell (shipping) and Fred Rhine.
To organize is to so direct the efforts on the way to recovery after his
:ti course, for changing the usual discontent became acting supervisor and
of suborinates as to obtain serious accident while at work on I Though Fred hails from Cincin-
'/1 I the maximum efficiency of production the station. In fact, he's lucky to with the places assignedand nati, Ohio, it seems as if he is one snapper of the optical shop, and
in October 1944 he made 'act-
the swaps that resulted. The I of the Florida boys. He is now sta- was ..
with be here.
!i emphasis on safety.
last and final the ing snapper and put in charge of
episode was tioned in Beach
Daytona but will
i It must be kept in mind that in Civilians have to get busier as ,
the B shift. Next he was
bringing downstairs of a spittoonto be remembered
said unit is the officers are being separatedand as being assigned
the unit
organizing ,
the northwest wing. There had djty in the receiving section for a to acting shop supervisorfor
only a small part or the whole or- their assignments are being been futile that the electronics division of the
civilans. Lt. Comdr. a hope anti- long while here. Good luck and
taken over by
ganization.The instrument shop in addition to being -
Twiss, Lt. Oakes and Lt. Thomas quated drafting-rom custom was much happiness to both of you
various elements Involved in the Personnel about to be abolished. from all of us! supervisor in his own division
organizing must be well defined so have gone through of optical section.In .
Center and also Comdr.
,that the will operate in co- Separation
group November 1945: he was assigned -
operation with other groups in the Keegan.A number of boys are returningto to the bench optical divi-
organization.What their old Jobs in the shops after 7ffEtwH E sion at the time when all shop supervisors -
is "cooperation ?" Our defi- helping Uncle Sam. L. K. Lee and were discontinued
nition is, "Men working together John P. Smith, to the electric throughout the A&R depart-
;' Intelligently toward a common shop and L. E. Cheatham to the = AROUNDA&R ment, and this month he was detailed -
:, purpose within an enterprise" machine shop after he takes a tripto Jr by leadingman as acting
There are three levels of cooperation Washington State to acquire a shop supervisor for the optical
-the cooperation we show to bride and bring her back to Jacksonville shop as a replacement for Chief
f. (,men above our level of supervision, Administration and Personnel-ThIs week has brought about sev- I Littler, who shipped out for sea
level and below our around eral in A & R The duty. He also has shop 748 which
,in> an equal Some teen-age girls changes time section welcomed a new chief to
level .It follows that to the word maintenance are sad, longfacedand their office, Chief Petersen, who was transferred to this base from does ordnance work for the GSAPcameras.
I organize we may well add the broken-hearted. Reason-the Cecil Field Administration welcomed a new employee to that .
I term "cooperation" or 'cooperative good looking sailor boys are all section, Mrs. Pauline Wood, sister-in-law to Mrs. Adeline Jocis Working with sextants, octants,
organization." Now what do we being separated. Lucille Cooke transferred from personnel relations to the planning draft sight, cameras, and aviation
::! mean by "delegating?" There was another big upheaval division. optical instruments of all types
Edward M. Lewis, PhD., resigned Morris' pet hobby is to perfect experimental -
IT'S SCHOOL DAYS AGAIN this week to go to the Univer- work with tools. He has

__ ................_._m._.. _.... sity of Georgia as professor of Ro- won three cash awards for his ben-
mance languages. Mr. Lewis has eficial suggestions and has several
been employed in the A & R plan- other ideas under consideration.
ning division since December 1944. Morris is affable, considerateand
Mr. Francis C. Newman is tak- popular with his associatesand
ing a few days leave prior to his has the reputation of being ait
J transfer to Alameda, Calif accurate and painstaking technician.
Mrs. Betty Allen of supply trans- .
ferred to A & R to fill the vacancyof Sold on the Beneficial Suggestion
; Mrs. Beatrice Pitts who in re- program as a means not only to
i turn transferred to supply. increase his earning capacity but
Emergency Repair-V. M:, Quier to promote the efficiency of his de-
came to Hangar 122 tool room to partment, he feels that more wins
replace F, Archy Archibald, who' in 1946 will help him attain his
was transferred to accessoriestool goal of yearly savings. He is
; room last week. whole-heartedly behind the dol-
I_ Virginia M. Anderson recently lars for ideas as a means to stretch!
e discharged from Great Lakes and budgets farther, both at work and
: previously stationed at NAS Jax, in private enterprise. I
", gave lots of her old salty associ-
j ates a real scare the other'day emergency repair received word
Having reported home from work, from D. L. Smith recently dis-
.., we imagined we were seeing charged from Hangar 122, in San
things but Andy came from Mich- Fernando, Calif., that he is taking
.' igan with the story that she just life easy and not holding a job as
) wasn't satisfied staying away and yet.Sosa
: came back to get a job and to get Carl H, AMMlc, is checked -
: back into the WAVES if possible. into sick bay. He has been
,4f Mary E. Fahey, S2c, from Hangar there several days but hurry
122_ (now in the mess hall) back Sosa, we need good workers
f heard from a WAVE who used to 'like you here. j
work here a long time ago-she is Although well on the way to recovery -
) SCHOOL DAYS-SCHOOL DAYS! Thkt Ja just what,it-is when'a new employee reports for duty :Mrs. Marjorid Lurquin Garl and Victor Broutin, Jr., wan
I in the Supply and Accounting ,department.Once( a week, an orientation class is held by the personnel she'Writes that she has a fine sailor bedfast fdV several days also with
section for the benefit of new employees tp explain rules //and regulations concerning government em j boy all pf her own now named. a touch of flu. He is in Pennsylvania
ployees. Shpwn'above "explaining, procedures _of, sick and annual leavt'is James Petry' instructor of' Stephen Edwin GarL taking life :easy after being
the class. Shorty ,Millson. elec. Max., in discharged from Jacksonville

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Available For
tit From Aviation Fundamental

S School : Play Tonight

lly J. I. KsvanoPHOTOGRAPHER'S; I The preview of the newest pro R

MATE was duction of the Little Theatre of

the first rating we covered and I Jacksonville GRANITE, will take
WHAT TO DO! WHERE TO GO/ the aerial phase was not stressed place tonight, April 4, at 2030 in

enough. The PhoM is always considered the San Marco playhouse ''I'' Congratulations to G, P Shaw,
capable of flying an aerial San Marco Boulevard and ARTlc who discovered a trash

MOVIE SCHEDULE rasp even I if he has spent all his personnel will be admitted barrel fire in Barracks Two Sun-
time attached to a ground activi out charge. Complimentary
THURSDAY TALK ABOUT A LADY; starring Jinx Falkenberg. ty. The Naval School, Photography ets are now on hand at day night and took prompt and
Shows at 1400, 1800 and 2000. Class A, considers it impor- fare Office for distribution effective action to put it out and
FRIDAY-POSTMAN" ALWAYS RINGS TWICE, with Lana Turner tant enough to devote 11 out of the may be had upon request. turn In, the alarm. Scallions to the
and John Garfield. Shows at 1730 and 2010. Also Radio Broadcast 26 weeks on aerial work. The student GRANITE Is by Clemence careless shipmate that tossed
featurng the Separation Center Orchestra, from 2000 to 2030. flying in all the latest type author of "Bill of a
S.T'UDAPOSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE. 1400, 1800 aircraft, single and twin and theater-goers are in for cigarette into the can and thereby -
and 2000. learns the newest in I treat when they see this I endangered the lives of all the

SUNDAY TARZAN" AND THE LEOPARD WOMAN, starring the picture in the face of engine'j. tion. It is a powerful barracks' occuoants. Watch that

Johhny Weissmuller\ 1400. 1800 and 2000. my opposition. The safest life on. a rock-bound island- stuff!
MONDAY U TUESDAY DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID, get aerial photos is to get up as coast 01 me British sales
There is like cold
with Paulette Goddard. Showing at 1400, 1800 and 2000 on Monday high as you can, that calls for the scene is laid in an old 12th I nothing a coke
and 1800 and 2000 Tuesdav. use of oxygen equipment and tury castle some two after a bit of exercise. Coca-Cola
WEDNESDAY--PRINCESS AND THE PIRATE starring Bob means of overcoming the cold tem years ago. The story machines are placed in the build-

and 2000. peratures.At | Jordan Morris who uses ings throughout the area to give
HOPTllSwDAY- -BREAKFAST IN HOLLYWOOD with Tom Brena Pensacola the student has togo lights to lure strange ships I all hands a chance to get a cool

ma t. 1400, 1730 and 2000.THINGS. through the LOW pressure and the night into cliffs clashing of drink when they want it. They
Cold-low pressure chambers. ThisIs I craggy granite also return a profit to the Wn
TO DO-ABOARD a special built apparatus for du- j are his island. His murderous fare Fund that helps to pay I
plicating the effects of flying at I see to it that no man i the movies, dances, and other 11.-,
SWIMMINGDaily! Indoor Pool, Recreational Period for all\ Naval vives from the crew of one of
high altitudes. All precautions are tivities; which in case you never
Personnel and their guests, Monday through Friday. 0900 to 1000, taken to be certain that a mangy I wrecks. The manner in :; thought about it, take a lot of
1.10: to 1400, 1500 to 1600 and 1800 to 2100. can stand the high altitudes and I dan's wife's prayers are money. Recently there have been
Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday--1230 to 2100. effects of lower atmospheric pressure -: for deliverance from his evil several cases of breaking into the
the show to l
and extreme cold temperatures brings a machines or into the coin boxes.
dramatic conclusion.
aitnnel. encountered.The There is no use mincing words--
The '
Sunday-1030 to 1700. complimentary this is just plain theft and break
torium; Monday through Saturday-1000-1700; Rate Indoctrination phase on a "first-come t \' '
BOWLINGSix Alleys behind Ships Service available to all personnel in photography of AV FUN.I sis and those who wish to I ing into government property.
Monday through Friday; 1000 to 2000; Saturday-1130 to 1,30. spends a two hour period on aerial are requested to get their When we had an isolated case now
and then we left the machine run-
if set own pins. 10c a line for pin boys. photo work and equipment. The
Free bowling you your as soon as possible.
ning in order to avoid penalizing
shows trainer .
photo a
MUSIC-Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, _.. ----- --.- .. .. .. --......_- many for the act ot one. But recent -
contact. Hagen.! Ext. 280.TENNISRacquets. incidents have forced a
---- -
and balls available at Physical Training Bldg, change in this policy. Hereafter
013. j' whenever a machine is misused In

HOSTFxS JIrOpen daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sunday I' any way service to that building
1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. j I will be discontinued for an indetiI -
nice period. If you like a cold coke
NATTC LIBRARY-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday throughFriday' keep an eye on your machine
0930 to 2100 Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100.
; I There is another source of loss
ATlir.LKTlC UKAR-Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training $ .- I in the vending machines from not
Dept., Bldg. '13. > returning the bottles. Last month
this amounted to $441, thereby
r up the profits from 15,000:
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE r#, I It may seem like a little
Avl'I'thing when you lazily toss a bot
\CKSOXV1LLK BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent intervals into the trash barrel instead

from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing returning It to the rack or leave
and other recreation at one of world's finest ocean breaches. Bus outside to be broken, but you
fare 25c. see how it adds up. Twelve

NAVY MOTIIKRS HOSTESS HOt"sE:, 101 East Church Street. buildings had no bottle loss at all,

U&O::: CENTERS; at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus building 501 was the worst
Station: Church and Newnan Streets; 311 West Duval Street. USO by managing to lose
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. per cent of all bottles sold
BOATING Cedar River San and (Sir were not far behind.
CANOEING: : riSHINli, AM : on .
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on built by the instructors it simu- get on it
hours, 50c canoes-$1.00 hour; motor
Sw Juan. Row Boats-two ; per lates the set-up in a plane demonstrating
lt.t.s-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat.1I00tSI'U.'K tilt ctaf, drift and the
taking of photos. A view finder
BLES. Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay with a lens and ground glass givesa

Hid s Ii remarkably true impression of
--- -- ------
flying over the ground. The Instructors ,
: tell sea-stones of the adventures -
4th Av.
SeparationsReach : they themselves have encountered -

I Fund.l II while on reconnaissance
1500Separations Class I flights, In the So. Pacific Aleutians -
and on sub-patrol- in the
Caribbean Sea.
have topped the I A problem of flying a map of a lly KMMA:: : sUP; MrLKOD; who was formerly an Instruc-

Hint mark with mote reaching the target is demonstrated, from the Checking over the Civilian is now in the Training Depart

ham.iv civilian state every point arising need for a map of a certain ter. 1 was astounded to see KIWARD: JIATKS: is with
drop a area, through the mathematics many of our former officers
Aids I'AUL W. KASK Cor-
To Bramerton, Was.h.: Lloyd E dune on the ground before the enlisted men and women
H tr l'k.: SKV2c.To flight the application of the equIpment turned to NATechTiaCen and >rly in the Army is in the Per
Miami Florida: Shirley and the matching of the engaged in performing their office while HAROLD LEE

Weaving Sic. I photos on the completed job. lay- tomary duties now as a messenger In Central Filed
To Washington< D. C.: MarianE ing the photos into one large PICture Quite a number of us recall l' .

Vaughan, Sic. (II.LK I. O'ROURKK:,
Tennessee; Johnnie Aviation lloatHwulii Mute II the Disbursing Office. She is We regret the departure of
To C Memphis Shaw, SC2c. qua Ii fie'"IlulI.. as alluring as a civilian and ;.\ ('. \VIIIINKY: who was

To Norman, Oklahoma: Harold A BIS; one of the Navy's new 'i find her back at her old job in Engineer for NATTCen. He
C. Williams Sic. rates and many an old-timer stilldoesn't same oflite. :.MAICV H. 1''l'I.I.I been transferred to the Unite*
To New York, New York: Jos- I know exactly what the rate I II ,1 I'/'ON I : who was a WAC is to be Naval Station at ire>_,

V. Feeney, Sic; Mary AFwSArty. implies. Some of the duties cover; at the Dispensary doing a Springs doing bigger an,
fpinne SKDJc. I inspection and upkeep of arresting II I II did job, while .'.\'11(11.l'. :\ wit k and says he likes hu

To Bainbridge, Maryland: Harold I I gear on carrier decks; inspection, TIN is holding her own in I position very much He shall
L Buchle, AUMSc: ; John ESlciewgk I i I greasing, and replacing worn or cers Recoid.i i iI IUls.ll'dlot only for the splen
Cox. 1 weakened cables and barriers; inspection I The following men work peitoimed while here

To Camp, Wallace Texas Joe ,5d '::1 upkeep and operation of this activity as officers or ( us' but for his congenial and
a the catapults: refueling aircraft : ed back disposition.
O. Sanchez, SC2c; Reyes G Romero men are again as I ,
Sic stowage of fuel and oil: care of ian, most ot them performing -

To New Orleans, La.: Marguerite fire fighting equipment around same duties they did when in Changes, at tunes, are welcome.
t M. Byerly, Sic: Ruth L. Bern deck handle crash details; direct I service as instructors. In the I one has recently occurred at
don Y2c plane handling crews; and traffic ation Fundamental School we nave this activity which has been deplored -
To Lido, Beach, L. I., N. Y : Albert ot planes from hangar to flight WALTKR: IIUItKK; (;iOKDOX K. by the civilians\ the closIng -
C. Doty. Sic: James P. MK < deck. With squadrons shore-based. T01't1.:: .\' /A DOFF (congratulate to them of the mess hall. Nowit

><-, 82(' Donald K. Swan, ARM i I I there is the beaching of planes and him: he has recently become is HOT DOGS and HAMUUK-
towing on to ramp, moving and a father : ARNOLD II. GERS and! more HOT DOGS and
3c.To Great Lakes Ill: Betty J I I stowing aircraft, and many of the KKCK.MAN; : and CLARKM'K; J. HAMBURGERS. Of course there

Durham, Sic; Ht'I..n.K Balog !I same duties performed on carriers I'AI'KTTI.JAMKS. are the aoups and broths. they
Sic Beatrice Y. Calhoun SiiBetty There is always something doing Mll.l. OKH1N <'. \\'ILI.I are alright\ for the winter
L. Caves, Sic: Thomas W. I of interest, especially\ large A.MS and WILLIAM ROSS are months, but salty broths are not
Bruce, MMM3c: Elvina M. Laib, ships. The experience gained in the Training Specialists in Building very palatable during the hot
Sic John J. Levandis AEM3i i handling of men is invaluable to ;101, while KONALD: P. ('01.\l" weather. It has been noticed that
; i you in later civilian life Much PATRICK K. :Mimi'HY
and Main Side!
l'Inlli.* L Sook Sic: Frances L Ship's Service 1 14 pre
Sic i knowledge can be obtained about HENRY C'. KKC'KNKR: lire Interviewers paring delicious) and tempting sal,
Tr Jacksonville Fla.: Donald A hydraulics and care of equipment. In the Aviation Fundamental ads on paper plates. These
Dirkimeyer. Sic: Richard A. Gray As for flight skins thereare justas School. i consist of a well seasoned luncheQ I
I Robert E. Dunning AFO3Tt.o'mas < many available for this rate astor Then there Is PRANK ANDKIt- lettuce and tomatoes, .
\ Sic. ; M. Retzel, AM3c: Howard other ground- aviation ratings. MN a familiar figure at the Post pickle, saltines, and a drink a
The Class "A" School is locatedat Office
appetizing luncheon and
AMMlcDonald: I i going
AEMSc': Charles F Philadelphia, Pa., and is for DANIKL KIDDLK and AKlllt'K over strong with not only the
J. Ferguson 16 weeks duration. A student I'. O.UAKI.KS.: the latter formerly civilians but officers and enlisted
W. M.CleesAEM'lc .
Stout, : Buczkowski must have grades of 55 in GCT; i With the Army are to be found In. men. It would be more than welcome -
: Norbert R. The fourth class of the Aviation I
; and 55 '
in Mechanical
knowledge. the 1.8.Oftice.. THOMAS ( .
to all\ of
Har- us we could obtain
F. Likens Sic: Fundamental school
S-, Joseph was graduated Good vision is necessary and general I KKI.l.Y; and WILLIAM J. 'IHO.Mr-;
old C Detchon, Sic: Olvan O. Ha- last Friday with A E Caledonia health a luncheon As a rule,
qualifications. The curriculum : SOS are very busy in the Personnel -
we are in
always a hurry in the
jals. AFMlc: Albert C. Coleman top, the Honor Man of the two
covers types of cata- office HOWARD K.: .MlI.LAN: morning to get away and be at
William E Dunwiddie Class '
AEM2c: i pults, all arresting gear gasoline' formerly with the Seabees, and work on time, consequently, we d>
HiA(2c| ( ( ; George C. Alexander D. P Ottenger Jr and D rHiggenbothem I system, plane handling, tire fighting I WAI.TKK: KAMI), are now with I not take time to have a good break- -
AM2c, Francis W. Inch. CM3c.WHS were graduatedwith I I
safety precautions. i the AEM Schoool. RUSSKLL Mi'rlis fast and when the noon hour -
I W Ogletree, Sic; Stanley C honors. are no aJva.m'ellt'hocli at this ; Is Examiner (Test Div >I> in''| we have our appetiteswith approaches
Poster, AFtMlc Graduation ceremony was con- time. I the Aviation Fundamental School
I :
us and a luncheon such as
ductd in the Auditorium at 1OW ,I The big drawback this ,
to rate I lit TALMAUK: U.\''IS, a real old suggested above would be a treatA
How about the lucky Bluejacket C. Rhodes! Spl WI3, NAS played I the danger factor. ai n present in'I timer at this activity and retired vote of thanks would certainly
*!It<(> hu a wife and a cigarette the Navy Hymn and the clissj i: all rate that nave to Jo with taxing I front the Navy, is still in the Disbursing go out to Ship's Service for sucha
Jjghterboth. working, song I aircraft and landing I Office: JAMKS: K. KLAl'K, change. _



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4 April, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven)

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I THREE TIMES w WINNER Baseball Team I Station TourConducted i( TO LEAD RAIDERS .._ .


IC .1 Starts Training


: Early Next Week For StudentsA

f.y I tour is being conducted each

I Only Two Vets Saturday morning by the Chap

I Still AboardThe lains at NATTC under the sponsorship -

of the Welfare Depart

1916 edition of the NATTCAir ment for all new students at the ,
Raiders baseball team will get
Aviation Fundamental School. This
a r i I the call to report for practice early -
rJ next week, With the Raiders consists of two hundred students

playing in the newly organized being taken around the base by
Naval Aviation Unit Conference bus, covering the Naval Air Sta- n
all candidates will start the long tion from the POW Camp to the tcfi
grind to reveal the men who will Officers' Club, Hospital and the
represent the Raiders in the diamond homes of Captains Taylor and I
sport this year Brady, and Comdr Beebe

I Only two players that saw ac- This tour is made to give the
tion with last years team are still new students a knowledge of the ,
I around The two players, Bob Chi- entire station and its activities.
both --- --- -- -
I sel and Jim Buckley, played ---
second string ball last year, which er, NAS Fort Lauderdale, NATB
WILLIAM T IlLAKKMOKK! AOMJc: la pictured abovi as Commander should give all prospective Raid- Pensacola, NATTC Ward Island i
Robert P Beebe Exectui\e Officer NATTC. pins the Air ers a fine chance to win a berthon and NAS Hutchison,

Medal with two gold: stars, in lieu of the second and third awards, the team. Although the schedule has not : I
him during the Personnel Inspection of the Fourth Duty' Section There will be no lack of compe- as yet been announced it is positive I
.n 8t Saturday. tition in the new league. Manager that the Air Raiders will not 1
Blakemore, whose home is in Reading Pennsylvania, is a stu- Merle Makee\er will send his lack competition, playing in such ,
dent in Class 23, AOM f B) School. He received these awards fur squad up against such teams as a strong league as the new conference
completing 15 strikes against the enemy as a gunner on a carrier NATB Corpus Christl, NAS Miami Besides the conference games'I i
based torpedo bomber aboard the USS Lunga Point. This action was NAS Jacksonville, and NPTS there will undoubtedly be some
(In Okinawa, Sakishume, and China where. the enemy defense was Ottumwa Still other teams in the I contests with other near by sta
expected to be accurate and effective conference are NAS Banana Riv tions and teams :
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"'t'<" '.k .. ........ ,
I I t"" > ,

Lt Comdr Merle Makeevc' will

.SHIPS. be starting his second year as
s.. fe r coach at NATTCen next Muth
Last war he arrived here just in
time to take over the coaching du-
ties and the Raiders won 25 ol ;JJ
COMPANY PROFILES games under his managing.Makeever ,

Hot rolls, pies, (cakes and everything Will

in the pastry line ate the

specialties of J. L. Walls CCSwho .
Is in charge of the NATTC Coach Raiders

Bake Shop No. :l.

Walls' home is in New Kent
Baseball TeamNext
Va, and the ,*ly Job he has ever rf
had, since he finished high school .
is the Navy June 4th is his birth psi week when Lt Comdr
day and on that day in 1940 h< ) Merle Makeever issues the call (oral
enlisted In the Navy and that ) baseball prospects, he will be
birthday will long be remembered. : i i'.1" starring his 27th year in orgnnfz-

It was soon after Boot camp at eo baseball
Norfolk Va. that Walls was sent s + Way back in 1920 Midge stalled
to sea aboard the USS New Mexico his pro baseball career with Mo-
he his line of the Mississippi Valley
For three :years spent
time baking while the battlefchip League The hard-hitting infielder
moved to the South Dakota
in the Atlan- on
entered many ports
tic and Pacific and he went froma J .... .. League. Michigan State League,
Bkr 2 '. I bark to Moline, which was now a
S2c to a ( .
He transferred t.' r member of the Three Eye Leagueand
was to Receiving \ i. finally he ended up with Topeka
of the Western League During
Ship i fil'" .. ,. 1
the 1929 season with
; Topeka,
Treasure 1111-! .\. J ._ .r
,' tt I Makeever banged the apple for a
1 and, Call and "Wt.t, 'M.I. g, .1.;Rtiw.,. n. ._' 7k.. __ : _. ... ,> lustv" ;i 84 average
to Bremerton -
After ending his playing years,
Wash, to
he went hack to his old home town
help put the lit L'cuenport, Iowa and coached
>> aircraft carrier :ilhigh\ school sports theie for
Crotan in c"ommission.
rh, 1 1.1 years During his last six yeas
hire his baseball team walked
arrier i w'a.I .
I i (if with the Iowa State ChamI -
I sent to theeast
1 I pionship three times, which Shows
coast On
I proof of Makeever coaching abil-
Anti-Sub Patrol duty, and Walls ; it\'.
now Bkrli was put in ihargi ol
I| Two years ago he took ovei tile
the bake shop. With the help 01
r oathmg chores at Ottumwa \,
the other 6 bakers aboard theduJ
his Navy team copped 17
a swell job of supplying all kinds I ol their 22 games
of pastry for the 1000 men aboard. to
Coming NATTC last April
In June, 1941, he was sent to Makeevei led the Air Raiders
CCS School at NAS. Jacksonville, I Through :M games with only fc defeats -
Upon completion of that
.1\ he was sent to the Amphibs .
Norfolk, Va. and acted as MAA '
until he came to NATTC in May SOFTBALL LOOP
F ..
Walls, who made chief last s NEEDS TEAMS
month, really has a job en his
hands trying to keey Yellow \\'a' With Intramural League competition -
ter, Cecil Field, Lee Field, NAS. 11 in softball due to start 15
and NATTC supplied with plain \t a M April Lt C C Kelley, officer in
and fancy pastries. charge of the Intramural League
system, sends out the second call

FREE LESSONSIN '*.ii"' I for teams
I Although the response has been
MODERN DANCE '$f weak during the last week it is
r I still planned to operate three circuits
WILL START MONDAYClasses 1 I Teams from Ship's Company
will organize one league while all
in modern ballroom dan the schools will form a loop A
(ing will begin next :Monday nightat : r thud league of possibility is an officers -
1900 at the Hostess House under I i league

the direction of Olga Bashure I .a of st All teams wishing to compete
and sponsored by the NATTC Welfare I may submit an entry to Lt. Kelley
Dept. Miss Bashure, who has at the Physical Training department -
instructed modern dancing for sev1 -
All entries must have a ros-
.:\ years, will not only teach the ter of at least 1" players to help
ndamental steps of the fox trot : : in cutting down the number of 101'I +t1i .
and waltz, but will advance into 1 a, : (Pit games
the more intricate steps of the I I .
rumba and tango as the class progresses '
She will also advise the OFFICERS
I 'r
sailors and WAVES interested :
about the social grace connected I PROMOTEDSeven
with dancing during the hourly I
'lasses to be held Monday and TIIEl' ""AY Cionins determine how people act! Well, everyone certainly had a hilarious time at I officers from NAT
Wednesday I the NATTC Roundup last Saturday night as evidenced by the pictures above. With people who had TC received promotions this
the intricate of the "Texas Star" or "Arkansas Tiav-
never even seen a barn ending up by doing steps
week Caroline
"Pilot to tower, pilot to tower eler"! John Dolce, the caller from Chicago, really knew how to get a crowd interested in having fun. A. Lange and)
dance with sets of eights going through II E W. Andrews were advancedto
Plane out of gas Am 8,000 feet and participating in the dances. The floor was jammed every
Lt. Comdr and H. T Jen-
in air and 30 miles over Atlantic
Everyone entered the costume epiiit and came rigged up in everything from the
ocean What shall I do? enthusiastically kins J. L Blocks, II J. Per-
tower to pilot. cet-un worn by Somerall (better known-as Caledonia ) to the leather bolero and leather skirt brand I II A. Edsall and I I. II
'Tower to i
pilot, of leather wallet while > ,
Father ished by Mary Schuerman, Edward Williams, Sic, TAO, won the mens prize a t
Repeat after me "Our I Gillette to Lieutenant.
with two of 1'J 'lons.
'Caledonia" walked away pajrs
_ who art in heaven -


Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 4 April, 1946

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BASEBALL BLARNEY By Jones I Flier Baseball 'Team

MINE a CWE: GOT nv bA ccY4H fl-LS


d, o '

Play Sixteenth Fleet Saturday;

Clashed With Florida Yesterday

By Larry O'Melia, SpecA)2cWith ( )

two games under its belt, the Flier baseball team

will meet the tough Sixteenth Fleet nine from Green Cove

Springs Saturday, 1 April, at 1700. The starting combinationfor

NAS was still undecided after Monday's practice fracas

with the Jacksonville Terminal nine, but the Fliers met the

Mc CUUOUGM P IIAGRIN JF University of Florida yesterday, and the. coaches, Lt.: ;}Lloyd
LUX ana i i. Comdr. AfcCachren,

i DONT SEE ANTHERE I' NOT VET, BUT] DCMARb NAS Boxers may Saturday's start their game permanent at Mason lineupin


DO SOU MAC ? b00N. Win Positions that appeared to be
i Victory clinched after the Terminal game
a" :\K > were Bob Forbes at first base

Over MiamiThe John McCullough holding down the "
keystone spot, Jack Feehan 'at l

+\roS,tr. ( t 'i, 'ZG: Qio w. Flier boxing team was' shortstop right field., and Charles However Pellagrinein it's S I.

*. \ sporting one more laurel this weekin early in the season, and any .
the form of a 4%x3% victory of the aforementioned posts
Miami The tri-
over University.
subject to change.. The Terminal
umph came last Friday after Gab-
LI ;:LUX :'LTACOl'll'J: by Marek, fresh from his Golden to team won the informal clash, 4 I

Gloves victories, broke a 33y 3% 3.At I
deadlock in a last match knockoutover present the squad consistsof
Bill Corrigan of the Hurri- 32 men, but while on the road
canes. about 18 or 20 players will be i
carried. This Is conditioned by the
NAS winners in addition to Ma- '
fact that when weather permits
rek, were Nick Carrlsal and Brown
the horsehiders will travel by
Remington. Carrisal scored a deci- Until further notice all
sion over Jim Demox of Miami in plane. I
home will be played at Ma-
the 127 pound class, and Remington -
son Field at 1700. This should give
blasted his to three I
way all NAS baseball lovers plenty of i
round win over'Miami's Tom Duffin
time to get chow and still follow
.,tuna, the 165 pound division. 1
AW COML their station team. I
Three draws were recorded in
COME. ON iY5 For the benefit of the fans, the
MY TURN the hotly contested brawl, with
_r '
\ first half of the 46 season sched-
. B to.UTITOVER TO PIUH Marek's K.O. being the, only one I
ule is printed below, and the final
)) t of the evening. Knox Brandon, half will appear in next week's Is
/ NAS 135 pounder, fought a draw
with Red Barron of Miami, while sue. As more games are booked I
they will be announced, but it Is
John Whitson, NAS, and John Pil-
that the present schedule
Ifian added another deadlock in
SEIDwITz be clipped out for future use.
the 145 pound fight Toby Reid
Flier light heavyweight, drew with 4 Apr. Sat tilth Fleet Home
8 Apr Mon McDill Field Away
Frank Pettit in his bout.
10 Apr Wed U. of 1a. Away
,. Pat Price, 155 pounder from the 12 Apr. Frl McDill u1.11 Home
the Hurricane 15 Apr. Mon. 18th Fleet Away
University was only
SCHMt\GLI. 11 Apr. Wed. Pending
victor, as he downed Jacksonville's 18 Apr. Thur. Pending
Stuart Stagg. Miami's other point 20 Apr Nat. U. of "'la, Home

BURNER came via a forfeit, for Eddie Chyz, 22 23 Apr Apr: Tues.Mon.: Miami Miami: :: : B; Home lion.

the Flier Bantamweight king, left ZG Apr. Thur. Pending
for Glenview, Illinois, the night of 2T Apr. Sat. Pending
the fights.A 29 Apr Mon. 18th Fleet Away

return match with the Uni- 1 May Wed. Fort Jackson Home

HARLAN COMPETES versity of Miami is scheduled for 2 4 May Mar Thur.Sat. 18th Fort Fleet Jackson Home Home

NAS in two weeks. 7 May Tuel. U. of 10'1... Away
8 May Fri. Fort Bennlnw Home
May }"rl. NATI'C Wd. I.. Home
XII May S.t NATrC, Wd. b. Home
APRIL 5 AND 6 TENNIS TEAM NEEDS 13 May Mon Miami U. Away
RW 14 May 1.u. Miami U. Away
.11 May }'rl. NAS MiamI Home
I Bruce Marian, top flight diver NEW RECRUITS; PLAY .18 May Set NAS MI..m,1 Home
attached to NAATC, will begin 20 22 May May Mon.Wed PendlnlC.U Pending.

competition in the National Indoor IN TOURNEY SUNDAYNAS May Fri HAS F't, Laud. Home
Diving Meet at Bainbridge, Md. a25 May Sat. NAS t'\ Laud lIomeZ7
Nor May Mon Fort Jackaon Away
tomorrow. the
During two-day sailors who are Interestedin 28 May Tuea. Fort Jackoooo Away
meet he will seek to better his
playing tennis for the station 80 May 1'hur. Va. Home
er- S vFwt? record of last year, when he was 81 May }'rl., Va. 110m.
team are urged to contact Jay
runner-up. Burns, AETM2C, captain of the
4 June Tuel. Pending
Harlan already holds the 1915
By Frank Tours, Sic racketeers, as soon as possible. Ii June Wed. Fending
Wine_Women. .SongITake I National Junior high and low Burns expressed the hope that per .1June 'rl. NATIJ Co. Chr Away
board championship, and is con- .S June Sat NATIJ Ca Chr Away
away those first two words, Mac, and you'll have ceded a good chance to cop the sonnel from Banana River or De- 11 June Tuel. Camp LeJeune Home
land, who have competed In tennis 12 June Wed. Camp LeJeune Home
the one luxury; enjoyed by the two NAS Golden Gloves crown. Some of the best divers in before coming to Jax NAS, will I, aid June o'rl. NPl-'S Ottumwa Home
the U. S. will be on hand to give .15 June Sat NPl-'S Ottumwa Home
and Eddie their two
Marek during at Burns
champs, Gabby Chyz, Bruce of the apply once. can be con- -- --C..
some toughest com-
:weeks training period up at Bear Mountain, New York. petition he has had to date. tacted by phoning 8274. No Sugar For This Oregonian

Yep, that's what we found out when we interviewed the I The Filer netters are tentatively
entered in a one-set tennis tour- Lebanon, Ore. (SEA) Frank
two fight kings of the Flier
campus young, although at the end of don't mix 10 we went to the IATU O&G LeadIn nament at the Riverside Tennis Duncan smothered a blaze in his
Club In Jacksonville this home with his last of
the short talk with the pair of show. Sunday. bag sugar
This is the first match In a number thinking it was salt. He race
modest champs, we were ready to Eddie Chyz took it from there, Scramble For
give our eye teeth just to spend a and told us about the day of the of weeks for the racketeers. downtown to apply for a replac
couple of days up there in fighters' big fight. "We weighed in at 8:00 TitlesIATU The team was hard hit by the ment. The OPA office had burne/
paradise. For the benefit of you that morning at the Daily News Volleyball number of separations last month. up two hours before.

fight fans, here are a few excerpts building, and if we were okay, we seems well on its way to WINNERS'
went out to breakfast We
from the dope Gabby and Eddie the championship in the Admiral'sTrophy
gave us on their experiences in were all at the right weight, and .5 "" I
with record of
league a ,
I I 'em, because I : .'
New York. guess surprised ,
wins and losses.
seven no Player-
Gabby started off the tale witha had lost a pound without workingout Manager Lt. (jg) G. H. Stouse has rr: irit
We had a swell
typical day at the training camp one day led the IATU squad to the top of .
and it went like this: "We got steak lunch at Bob Oline's restau-
up the league, and the big battle is tj
at 6:30: it was pretty cold, so rant in New York he was Golden the now on for the runner-up spot. / t\ tj j

we had to put on heavy clothes ,. first light heavyweight AOS No. 1 and the VSB staff
We had two meals but Gloves champion After that r tg
only a teams are fighting it out for the
they were terrific, so we took a we went to Central Park and just place position, as the former hasa % & (
looked the town over .
brisk walk around the l'i mile sort of record of five wins and one loss i
lake, and then ran around the it was a lot of fun We stayedat and VSB is close behind with four
lake twice, all before breakfast the Park Central Hotel, resting wins and two losses.
After breakfast, which was at until 6:45: before going down to The Commandant's Trophy
9:30: we fooled around until 1:00: Madison Square Garden When league has been whittled to five ; 14!
and then we went through our we got there we had our hands teams, for the alrcrewmen team S, a Ah t1/ $ a IS i

ring workouts Ray Arcel was wrapped. and the rest is history was forced to drop out when the ,

in charge of us, and he and his aircrew program at NAS was dis
assistants were swell to-us, givingus Gabby put In a few words here, solved. Currently leading in the
a lot of helpful information saying "I was the last one to fight, Commandant's League is the O&G
We even got to keep the boxing and it sure was a worry waitingfor squad, with a record of 3 victoriesand
equipment we worked out in my fight to come up; I heard no defeats.

and we used the best After from the boys that Eddie had The standings In the two
the ring workouts and two or three fought a swell fight. I wish I leagues: w rGABBY
minute could have watched him work Admiral's Trophy-
rounds of three sparring, ..
we had a rubdown and then rested Team W L Pet.
until dinner, which came at 5:30.: That's the kind of talk we got IATU 7 0 1.000 i

In our spare time, we read, play from both boys talk about how AOS No. 1 5 1 .830 .
ed ping pong, or listened to Brown good the other guy was there VSB Staff 4 2 .662 -
Remington play the piano. lIe were no swelled heads on these AOS No. 2 2 4 .333 MAKER, sensational NAS heavyweight boxer, and Ed-
played all the time, and kept us two- fighters After the fights, ADU 1 4 .200 die Chyz, who fights with vim and vigor in the bantamweight division
in better spirits than we already the boys said they went over to VSBStO 0 8 .000 are sporting handsome new "Lord Elgin" watches, proof of

were After dinner we took an "Roger's Corner," hangout of the Commandant's Trophy their victorious paths in National Golden Gloves contests in New
VV L Pet. York. They are also proud of the beautiful boxing trophy which the
other fast walk for a mile or so fight mob, and had a great cele- Team
Lights were out at 0:00.: but on bration-said Gabby "You should O&G 3 0 1.000 NAS team won for the! Jacksonville Golden Gloves victory (centerof
Saturday night, Mr. Arcel tookus have seen Remington eat-he had VSB 1 1 .500:) the picture-winged victory). The other trophies shown were
to a movie. there was a six steaks! Chyz drank about a IATU l' 1 .:i00 won by NAS for sport supremacy in 194546. Comdr. W. P. Mc-
dance at the lodge every Saturday gallon of orange juice and I hada ADU 1 2 .333 Guirk is officer In charge of physical training and welfare and Lt.

f up night, but work and play little of both!" i Communication 0 1 .000 Anthony J. Rubino Is coach of the team.i .