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Formed Daring Big Strike
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;j : NAS Jacksonville settled back to normal this week as it

.. < '" recovered from the effects of the two-day railroad strike
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, which began at 1600 last Thursday.
The Navy was ready and acted quickly to weather the

crisis in the event the strike would be prolonged, issuing a \'

number of orders in rapid succession to ease the strain on I
-- \
.. transportation facilities still in op '

Wins Second DFC, I eration and to cope with the prob-

lems brought about by the rail

For Rescue In tieup.No .leaves were granted, except t

I in extreme emergencies, where
: 'I
: Jap Home WatersRecognition I personnel would be required to
utilize with
.., public transportation
in the continental limits
for of the
a daring rescueon I
". SAILORS ON'SPECIAL MILITARY police duty were mustered on Saturday morning at 0900 for 18 March 1945, the first to be United Staes in excess of 15 miles
drill and instructions with regard to their duty in the event they were needed In connection with the made in the waters of the Jap I Personnel already on leave were -. ...,_i
railroad strike. Various departments on board the station were called upon to supply the men for home Islands by a naval aviator, ordered to report in person, or by .
-: '. this duty. Saturday was declared a regular working day for all military personnel, leaves were extended came to Lt. Comdr. Gerald "A" telephone or telegraph, to the
9 and no leaves were granted to begin during the strike. (Other pictures on Page Two). Robinson last week. nearest naval activity, and were
The flier, now assistant to the given five-day extensions in the
: Station Executive Officer, was event they would be unable to return -
: Admiral Davison Reserves To Man Aviation awarded a Gold Star in lieu of a to their duty stations upon
second Distinguished Flying Cross the expiration of their leaves. ..J
:' Presents AwardsTo for his feat. All change of duty orders not related -
Unit At Cecil FieldThe
to the emergency were with i
Florida U. held if they required continental
.I Naval Air Reserve Training Unit at nearby Cecil! overland public transportation
r. Certificates of appreciation for Field is planning to have the entire outfit manned 100 per greater than 15 miles. Recruit ..;

distinguished service to the United cent by reserve personnel on continuous active duty as sta- transfers which could not be exe-
cuted naval water
by transportation ;
; by States Rear Admiral were presented Ralph Davison Monday, tionkeepers: after 1 July, it was announced this week. M were also cancelled.The .

Chief of Naval Air Advanced The policy is in line with that established for all 22 Reserve Personnel Separation Cen- I

Training, to the University of I Training Command air stations and training units ter here continued to process men
Florida, the University of Florida throughout the United States, it already received on board, but
War Research Laboratory, five 'I was stated. Naval Reserve per- Field." l I those who would require public
members of the War Research sonnel on active duty will main-I The three different programs 'e I transportation to reach home were \
staff and 30 workers In the War tain the station and equipment for open to reservists are stationkeeper halted just before the final dis J
Research Laboratory in connection the training and instruction of the "ready" reserve, and "standby" .. / charge ceremony. When the restrictions j
with research and developmentof organized (ready) and the volun- reserve. Stationkeeper duty is full- ,, were lifted Monday, all
the radio-proximity fuse. teer (standby) reservists time active duty at the station that had to be done was hand
The awards were handed out An invitation to visit the local nearest home with the same pay, ; > them their papers and send themon
by the admiral during the honors unit at Cecil Field was issued last allowances, retirement, and longe- their way.
and ceremonies portion of the regular week by the recruiting officers, Lt. vity provisions as in the Regular v" All unnecessary flight opera
commencement exercises at C. R. Renfro and Lt. (jg) W. A. Navy, But a big advantage is offered tions, including training, were j
the university in Gainesville. Culhane over the Regular Navy-a halted. Air stations were orderedto
, The educational institution "We will be glad to answer any reservist can not be retained on ( provide emergency service in 1
worked under contract to the questions about the program of re- active duty against his wishes in f accordance with existing instruc-
Army Bureau of Standards, and serve training and the scope of peacetime, and so may be released t tions to certified air carriers and f
to the Navy Office of Scientific each phase," they said. "Interested any time at his own request other commercial air carriers car.
Research and Development, whichis personnel can reach us almost Another bonus is that men on stationkeeper \ l \ rying prioity cargo or passengersand
headed by Dr. Vannevar Bush. any time in Hangar 14 at Cecil duty are not subjectto operating under authority of JI
transfer. Personnel in this cate- i 3& '\. the CAA.

Navy Pay Is Tops gory can advance in rate, get annual The citation accompanying the Action was taken to protect ,
leave with pay, and, of: award signed by Admiral Marc A, Navy perishables stranded en- '
course, get medical, dental, and I Mitscher, reads as follows: route All activities were told to "J 1
Large Family Means Big hospital care. "For distinguishing himself J>y assist military and civilian per '
The "ready" reserve will train heroism and extraordinary sonnel who might become strand. red
and receive instruction at the base achievement while serving as a pilot In their respective districts and ;""
For At NASAsa
Money nearest home under a program of a battleship based seaplane who were traveling on Navy, Waror
which calls for about 48 drill pe- participating in an aerial flight in Marine Corps travel orders by
Asa C. Carter, S2c, may not even approach the record of riods each year in addition to a rescue operations in the vicinity of furnishing transportation, govern
some servicemen who have crashed the newspaper columns two-week period of active duty. Kyushu, Japan on 18 March 1915. ment or commercial, from the
with stories of the high pay they get because of a dozen or Personnel are paid for each drill In spite of enemy air opposition point stranded to an appropriate
period attended, as well the military installation, well
as and intense and accurate anti-air- as as
more children, but he isn't doing too badly. two-weeks training cruise. I craft fire from enemy shore instal- housing and subsistence when re-

The Augusta, Ga., sailor who operates the Ship's Service In the third phase, the "stand- lations, he landed his plane and quested.
canteen in the NATS waiting room here doesn't mind admitting by" reserve, an opportunity to skillfully maneuvered to pick upa Marines attached to the Marine

... it, either.".. He nas just. keep up to date in naval aviation, pilot downed inside Kagoshima Barracks here were alerted in the
over to the Regular Navy the Navy in March 1915, he earned is provided for men whose civilian Bay. With disregard for his own event they might be needed for
for signed six-year hitch because his income about $200 a month as a firemanon occupations or other outside Inter- safety, he crawled out on the main I duty ashore. In a similar fashion
a as a sailor, especially with the Georgia Railroad. After in- ests do not permit them to attend float of his plane and assisted the 400 sailors were picked to act asa
the income tax'exemption provi- vestigating, he discovered that he regular training periods. They will Continued on 1'age Three militia, if needed. .
wasn't going to make much more be free to give what time they can "
than he
is far
sions, more can
make as a civilian. than that now if he returned to civilian on purely voluntary basis, and HERE'S HOW IT'S DONECHILDREN : '
life will not receive any pay. _
for dischargelast i" r LiY
Carter October was under eligible the regulations The bluejacket sharpened a few Listed below are the naval air "f

which stated that men with three I' pencils, got but some paper, and stations of the Reserve Training r ,

or more children could be separated $51.began A figuring.sum of His$27 was base deducted pay was Training Command Units and Naval at which Air the Reserve three r s ; i A1I ::' 1A.

from this toward family allow- programs are being offered: .
ance, leaving $27. To this $27 he ,. ?t.
added the allotment check his wife Natal Air Stations
gets each month $180 and 4tJ
Atlanta Ga.
reached a total of $207 Next he ,
Columbus, Ohio.
added the check his dependent
Dallas, Texas.
h mother receives every month. This
Glenview, Ill.
I $37 boosted the amount to $24}.
Grosse Ile, Mich.
Commuted rations pushed the total -
Livermore, Calif
up another $19.50, making his J
Los Alamitos Calif.
I .
monthly income already $263.50. I
Tenn.Minneapolis .
But in addition Carter earns Memphis
I about $65 month extra by working
New Orleans, La
I overtime and seven days a week.
New York, N Y,
The final figure-$328.50-he found ,
Olathe, Ian.Squantum: .
was unbeatable for any job he
might qualify in private industry-.
St. Louis, Mo .
So he talked it over with' ,his Willow Grove, Penn.
wife, Blanche. They discussed uniform w '
allowances he wouldn't Naval Air Reserve Training Units OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL have been enjoying j ?
have, to buy any expensive) .ci- bang-up times at the Mainside Pool during the month of May. A 1 I
at their own request, for he vilian clothes and the, quarterly Anacostia, D, C. swimming class has been conducted for the youngsters at 1000 each .J
has three to spare! He decided to allowance practically paid for &11 I, Jacksonville, Fla. Saturday. Starting 6 June, the class will be held Friday mornings .
extend his service in the reservesuntil Nary togs. They remembered that Miami, Fla. instead. In the above photo, William A. Barker, ACOM, one of the
August to look around and not only Asa but Blanche af44'"alt .Norf<,nc, Va. swimming instructors, shows a group of kids the finer points of diving -
ii determine the salary he could get the children would receive 'free San Diego, Calif. into the water from the pool's edge. Officers' children have a
on the' outside. Before he entered Continued on I'age Two Seattle, Wash. swimming class at the same time in the WAVES' pool1 ,.. ?


Two JAX AIR NEWS 30 May, 1946


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9 F 1 .
f Loin A Leper, lieWe
couldn't believe our ears on
Monday when the word went
around that Ship's Service had

more njlons. With fear in our
I hearts, and dread of the long

i wait in line that was probably

facing us, we hurried to the .hop 1 i
I but lo and behold! no line!

Hose->'es, plenty of them, and
in all sizes, too. We don't know
how Service Officers'I '
you Ship's \
do it, but believe you me, we are \

plenty grateful. .I

|I Gals attending the WAVES I .

pool are becoming more and more I .. '

a 3, i, conscious of the supplementary I ,,,<: ,, .. ,. r.; .i ,
pool watch maintained from 1300 I i< it : SS ", ..,
'i : : t< '.'.. '"
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to 1900 in the barracks surrounding I ,,Lt3" >:ot.\;",> .,-t. ,, ,.
( .
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"> ,, .
the area. Of the four: : ; .
: i lAti. .1'1!<"
barracks involved, one is occupied '<-\:; ;;"." ,.:: ;r.;;;. .[ ><> ......... .4. x<<..

by WAVES, so you knowthat's I PICTURED ABOVE is the "Goddess ot Air" float which represented
not the It'spretty
one we mean
the Naval Air Station in the parade of the Lions Contention
good scenery though, isn'tit held In 21 The themeof .
sirs? of the State of Florida Jacksonville on May.
the float was conceived by Josef I. Blanc, civilian employee for
five years as a sallmaker in Fabric Shop 607 Public Works Assembly
What is! it about the name & Repair, Transportation, and Welfare cooperated in the project.
Whitey that brings a blush and The committee in charge of the arrangements were: Chairman, Lt.
fond memories to one NV AVE- Comdr. Katherine M Rahl Physical Training and Welfare; Comdr.

I I namely Davey" Crockett? Perhaps Russell E Lord, Public Works; Chief Machinist Donald D, White, .
Jean King can supply the answer Assembly & Repair, On the float are: Marine W. T Bowen, CI.l.l ;

s tygm I Goddess, Mrs. James R, Smith; Sailor Robert Duncan, Sic; WAVES

We heard tell that Lt. (Oil') I in uniform: Peggy Ryan Y3c; Agnes Gjostdahl, Y3c; and Davey

Virginia' Upson was so engrossed Crockett, SpX)3c( ) WAVES on the miniature planes: Donna ftoztlle.
in the habits of Scarlett O'llara I Sic: Virginia inkier, SpS)2c( ) ; and Winnie Jones, SpS'lc.REPORTER ( ,
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from the famous windy story that -
she adopted her trick of garglingwith adjusted to civilian life. The at list

cologne one clay recentlj has a good insight Into the trials

What scent do )'OU prefer Miss and tribulations" of young married

Upson) -Tlais Oui, Breathless, or couples
r I Follow Me? BOB SCHMITZ, Sic, Los Angeles
e = Call

"Gee, I don't know Donald
If of
any jcu gals are particularly
fend of Chinese food, wesuggest I Duck, I guess. It's tne most hum-
orous of all the Disney strips and
you investigate a new
restaurant opened recently) in the isn't a continuous affair. I also (;

Hotel) Three Ten, the China Inn like the women in Terry and the I

Their food is! simply out of this H\ Lois A Leper' \\c Pirates very, very much" I
world. 4 Jl'KSTlON[ : What's jour favorile KAY WORKMAN, Y2c, Reading -
!t comic strip" Mass.
Sic ,
Here's hoping Bob Jones, staff Y."GI'e "Blondie-'cause it makes you
_--" ......._ "" T cartoonist, is soon released from N. laugh It's so true to life. Whoever
me Tracy and all his
LT COL. A. A. AANDEGRIFT, JR., is shown in the above sick' bay and back on the jo' I pals) It's a lot different from the writes that strip really must' be

photo inspecting marines that were on standby duty pending the Bob's suffering from a throat infection est. The fellow that draws it puts : married, otherwise it wouldn't" be
outcome of the railroad strike and in the event that they would be a L lot into his strip that shows he I near as true to life as it is

needed for special military police duty ashore Yard Police (below) I really knows his business and the I LORRAINE FLAMMANG, Sic,

were called out to handle the hundreds of cars that lined up at the Katey May scuttlebutt from detective j business." KenoshaVls,

gasoline station prior to J600, Friday, when it was rumored that Barracks 720: I ANN JOHNSON Y3c San "I like Prince Valiant. I like the \
gas would be frozen, The Commissary Store also showed evidenceof Ginny Lawson surprised us all I' Francisco; Calif way the strip is drawn and all the
the seriousness of strike there line by from characters in it, I wish there were
the as was a long forming returning leave one dar) "I follow Skeezix of Gasoline
half an hour before the store opened on Saturday morning and only early-even with the railroad I Alley all the time, I like it 'cause i more such valiant" men like the

permanent commissary passes were honored for purchases strike fouling up the situation. he artist has made him grow up prince today.

Speaking of strikes, President t hrough the years he went I Jim Anderson, Y2c, Hendeisonvllle -
-- -- --- count for ea.hrun
they only one point Truman caused a lot of hollering t hrough the war, now he's married N. C.

Hospital too. in the Di'pens-ry when, he announced raising a family, and getting "The first!! one I always read is
\ the end of the railroad Terry and the Pirates-boy, those
June 6th marks the date for the strike. Burbach may get her discharge I things, topped off with fruit juice babes! I don't know too much

ChatterToss next USO Unit It is titled "Ac- any MONTH now. a nd cake And what a cake! 'Twas about art, but I like the way Milt
cent On Fun" and will be on the Don't give up hcpes of not beautifully, decorated' with flow-) I Caniff wields that brush and

pennies toward the program for 1800 that night. Dropin getting to Miami, 'Flammang. e ns, the WAVE emblem and words makes those curves"
;your and see it. There may be a plane strike on "Welcome-NATTC WAVES" A .
Arcade Red Cross invites
Fenny .
next, long week-end. s orchid is due Sherman
to join in the fun at the Penny your | pedal Mary qt'ITE A IIAItIT
you Arcade of games to be held in the Corpsmen and WAVES, nurses'I Somebody at the Welfare Office Ck2c, for her handiwork, The Kec Hall 30 1930-2100 and doctors attached to Wards must have had inside dope on the : baseball game following supper of the Detroit Tigers was presented .
on May
D-l and D-2 had an outing last I kind of weather to expect for f,
The Nurses detached week. Scheduled as a picnic, the Tuesday as they picked the only e nd of a 10 to :5:I score with USNH award emblematic of his selection
following were I continuing threat of rain changed I day in the last three weeks that VAVES coming out on top It was as the American League most
here and
from duty proceeded I their plans to an evening party at I it HASN'T rained to have a picnic. a i very nice evening .all in favorf valuable player in 1945 It wax the
follows Lt. Comdr Ha-
as : the Pines From what we gather, 'I Chow consisted of cold cuts, poo> another in the VERY near fu- second year in a row that New-:
zel L. Elliott, detached 22 May, the .change of plans made no difference tato salad, beans, celery and trim.I t''ure, say Aye! OK, carried. houser received this honor
1946 to USNPSC, New Orleansfor
separation from the service. I everyone in had the amount of fun I RELIGIOUS SERVICES AT CATHOLIC CHAPEL -- ''IJ

Lt. Comdr. Elliott will return to .
Los Angeles and make her home I
there with her husland Lt. (tjgl Remember that rather severe .
Doris W Peterson NO, USNRwas : electrical storm we had not long

detached to USNH, Bethesda, I ago? Well, one of the barracks' m

Maryland, on the 23rd of May I master-at-arms decided that wasa
s good time to get a little more
closely acquainted with the tools :'
Make A date on your calendarsnow
of her trade and i
to attend the June Prom The
date: 13th of June Red Cross moved herself and a chair right I .N t
into the gear locker Not until -
offers tasty refreshments, Sep
the last flash of lightning had
Senders music and charming host- I I II
I scooted across the sky could she j\
esses A Red Letter Day, 2000-
fr y'a
be persuaded to come out! *
2230, in the Ship's Service Auditorium '
J We say good-by to two more a X rill it"
WAVES this week Peggy McNamara I
Among the hostess groups on the
from the Information Desk
calendar to visit the Hospital in t '
I and Barbara Ringer from the wel. 4
the near future for ward parties .5
fare Office The impression we
the YWCA, Episcopal Army- PS
ate get is that if the railway strike ,
Club USO and the Optima II
Navy ,
was still on-they'd be glad to
Watch the i ,
Club. parties
walk! $ ; ,
scheduled on your wards and planto : I Ii rte sr

The be present WAVES* Softball. Team has i LargeContinued I

entered the City League along l I from Pate One .
with the Mainside Varsity Team .
medical care, while Asa got free tr
Conflicting hours of work, sched-
i dental and hospital care as well
uled duty hours, etc., make it dif-
i I It wasnt hard to decide Blanche
ficult to have enough girls 1
always I nodded her assent despite the fact
free to make up a good team.
I there was the possibility that he:
Those girls interested in comingout I
would be fhiped overseas. Couldn
to practice and joining the she go, too, if he were assigned to
team drop into the Welfare Of- one of the many areas where fam-

fice and sign up. The city games ilies could accompany Navy per-
will be played at the Bay Street sonnel ? And even if the family

Stadium under Jights. Watch for had to stay behind, it wouldn't be
the schedule and come on out and too bad. It wouldn be forever, ;

bee some good ball games Carter, whose six children range
from 13 months to 11 years, is
has been .. ,.........,..... ... ,
Dr. Hardeman speak- still a young man At present he sx .vxb ova" '' l"' y" "" "'-':). ?. .. .,. ? .ni.i Yw ,.L',. ,t.aeaix Joi I
ing highly of the prowess of the plans on staying in for 20 years MAY ChKKMOMKS; AT the Catholic Chapel were brought to a close Sunday at the 0900 Mans
Soft Ball! Team the Hospital In- and then retiring. with the annual May procession and the crowning of the Blessed Virgin statue. At the same time S

ternes group has formed Ask "You can't ask for a better deal Warren McGuirk, son of Comdn, W 0 J". .:McGuirk, Joan Urankar, daughter of Lt Comdr W. F. Ur-

him about the 28-29 score game than this," he said with a grin, as ankar, and Anthony Brady,=daughter .of ,Captain A. R. Brady, (standing on steps) received their First

they played not Jong ago. Yeah, he signed' en the dotted Jijie.! Holy Communion.Page .

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:1 4 py THURSDAY

, 2000"STRANGE TRIANGLE," with Signe Has>. Shows at 1730 and

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"NIGHT IN PARADISE," starring Turhan Bey and Merle Oberon
; 1 Shows at 1730 and 2000.

"TO EACH HIS OWN," featuring Olivia DeHavilland Shown at
jn 1 1430, 1730 and 2000. '
"COURAGE OF LASSIE," with E Taylor. Shows at 17.JO and I
2000J .
J l 1

"THE STRANGER" with Orson Welles and. Loretta Young. ,
Shows at 1730 and 2000.

I "GENIUS AT WORK," with Ann Jeffenes Shows at 1700 and
I 2000.I .

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"KID FROM BROOKLYN SATURDAY" with Danny Kaye. Show at 2000 only.

_. _
--- "MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS starring Judy Garland. Show at 200()

only. fc
It.Mill.IK.V R'ILLIAMSOSpT)3c( ) is shown pointing "NIGHT IN PARADISE," with Merle Oberon and Turhan Bey.
out some of the new features of the 1915-model Link Show at 2000 only. .
e Trainer to Ens. Clarence Shultz, VSB student pilot At MONDAY AND TUESDAY

the left Barbara is pictured at the operator's desk. The "TO EACH HIS OWN," featurng Olivia DeHavilland Show at
t f new rainers are replacing older models at the Ground 2000 only.

I Training Building, and incorporate many changes which \\EDNKJsDAY

, put the pilot more on his own. j "COURAGE OF LASSIE" with' E. Taylor. Show at 2000 only.

i Tricky' Trainers "THE STRANGER," with Orson Welles and Loretta Young. Showat

! They Simulate Actual Flight Commercial Bulletin I l lull 2000 only. OTHER EVENTS

Conditions On PilotsI (lnw will lit krrrplrtl until apace I BASKB.ALL-Thursday. 30 May, at 1615-NAS Fliers vs Oceana.
; Tougher u filled. .:.1. 1Jtt: Mason Field.

I HIt SALE I Friday. 31 May at 1615-NAS Fliers vs Oceana Mason Field

By Jean Ilalvorson, Sp (1') :3c <>tllc) ..r'. uniform. iu.. 40, 3 whiten Sol I Tuesday 4 June, at 1615-NAS Fliers vs Key West. Mason Field.
I I each1 khaki 1111, fill I ; 1 tli gradetropteal BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
1 "Jacksonville radio to Navy 90( O. your carburetor is woritwl gray, tl*. Ire JrMontr I II Comdr. A. 'Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
'" NUll Ihll'l Bid*. 56iStenotyM >. I I
hot- I | mnohme, new l.On'lJ..t.e.. net of 1500.
! A'i itor in the Ground Training building these days rmnie book. Mn. (turret Ext:":la'I' I MAINSIDE I.OUNGJo-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
Light gray ch Ilidn. summer null site of No. 955: is to NAS personnel and their
I the South wing Building open
this condition student
II! hearing an operator reporting to a 38 tall nearly new Jlfa 2iJ8 YaleI
1000 2200 Available for wedding receptions by
to daily.
I ht. let :2485J: :! guests from
wonder how carburetor trouble could
\ pilot would probably 3-rooms of fuinltuie bedroom, ll\lng I II arrangement with Welfare Officer.

i develop in a Link trainer. This is not only. possible but mandatory loom and kitchen Including dishes lt.ltYLocated on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build
I curtains Call after 5 P. M. 1408!
now, for "something new ----- -- ---- Cumberland KdlOI'flcei I: ing No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday Saturdayfrom
has been added" in the three, shi- releases the instructor from man- I ''g unlloim, she 44. Lastex Halt 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 2100 "
I ually giving signals and erases the hchuefnei fel 2-6\1:1\1.:
ney, bright-blue, new 1945-modcl possibility of error on his pal t.I I, Baby bed 11-6 months) with mattress. SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
i Link trainers. his 47 H46A+ Child St. N\S 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, Mon.-Fri. 0800.1900. Sat. 1000-1900. Sun.
The pilot is as on own
I I flooi
12 end-tabled and lamp folding
with aircraft instrument
Equipped every as he would be under actual instrument Ironing board, complete $20 LIJrt 12001900. .
needed to simulate actual frying ( ) Iraynoi, Ext 315 I IOHIl't'I"1 llOXING-For Information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. A.
flight, the new trainers do every I According to Lt. Comdr. H M uniforms site 40; 3 whites I J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after 1500.
thing but fly off their stands. At I Lewis, VSB Ground Training Of- $5 tropical each; worsted 1 khaki,gray twill,for$S:$23 one Dr$50 GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,

times, student pilots will vow it ficer, the new trainers will eventually :Moat. NAT"1C Dispensary, Bid*, r>oO. and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt clubs and balls are available at Golf
bus even done that. ;| replace the old model alto- '32 Pontiac coupe :2 new tires and new I, House Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.ANCHORAGEOpen .
I batteiy J' Chappell I AMMlcJ011B daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Like the old "Links," the recent gether in ground training. Nine J2Jth( sr. Dewey Park after :
1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
model simulates radio conditions have been received so far, but only 4:JO P. M. 01 call Ext. 8521 between cards and uniform of the day),
direction radio I 7:45: A. M. and 4:13 P. M. I
for finding, range three are in operation at present. 1 Diamond ring set. Henry Baker, FieldTENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
and navigation training. In addi- It is expected that the other six Mainside Small Store
I I and also Mat area (corner of Mustin and
No. 726 on
tion to flying a problem, however, will be installed and placed in op- Hollywood double bed; cheat of drawer Ing Building ,
the pilot must control cylinder eration *; vanity: sofa: platform looker; I Yorktown Roads). ,
breakfast set; several pictures, sold
head, carburetor, and oil temperatures :I Four additional 1945 trainers i a* a lot, $100. Lt Comdi boKxt I lion 9-4T87 after 5 P. )(.
trim tabs and landing gear. I will bring the total up to 13 and i S.W1, or 2719 N':. : orlIm : 1-way rid" from Atlantic Blvd and WinsContinued
Ho must watch ,his gasoline mix 'I Baby bathlnette and basket (with legs Dewey Place Southslde..) to NAS,
I complete the changeover from the and wheels), both In excellent. shape, I I 7k: ) A. M. Knoebel. Ext. 634. I
tune ant supply and listen to the older ntodels.- $10 Lt. Comdr. Rambo *xt; 8.J81: TRAIN from Page (Pea
01 2719 %V. Lakeshore. Blvd.Amerlcari I
-- Model A Ford coupe for later model!.
Eagle bl-plane. 5 cylinder weakened pilot into the cockpit.
t sealer car. Will pay rash! dlffeience -
HO h p. must sell before June 9. h:. I he taken
Cafeteria Lt. Riddle Ext. 372.Udvlnii Upon taking off. was un-
artificially built into the trainer. Again
i, K: kennV AMMlc: 122JB Hancock
to Hoimton. 1rH, Ii Juan, taking der tire by Japanese shore batteries -
A series of controls at the oper- Open To Naval PersonnelThe I trailer Wilt haul .1'''. No pMuenvr which severely damaged his
ator's desk and on the trainer's ton RENT I *. Chief Ware, )!:"t. 275. His and skill fat
door of the Civilian plane. courage were
I 1 loom for couple" (enlisted man preferred -
| sentimental value
exterior panel enable the instructor Miniature kissa jeep :
Cafeteria, barred to service ). Chief Be\ls .N7J Gilmore oath rewarl. Lt. lomdr. Lange, Ext. all times inspiring and in keeping ;
to switch off different instruments personnel since 13 August 1945 SI.. Ext UrxM I 8.3ai.! with the highest traditions of
feigning partial panel flight, 1 room In private" home conveniently I the United a\al feervictf.
Stalls ;
when operation was: taken over located near bus line.11'1.. R :a. I Half of Inly whit 2"l.l watch tmnd. Reward
A alight movement of a knob may by the };mployees' Association, Ingle. 3W. Cull M. Donnell. Ext :-"H. I Despite the damage to his King
send the outside air temperature were thrown open again this Front Ik dl'oom. for couple without L fisher,- Robinson was able to fly
waring Another control turns on week (children near NAS bus line" 414 .AIRPLANE CONTEST STAUhll; back to his ship, the USS Massachusetts

rough air' while yet another can Station Order No. 12-46 3-loom Oak St furnished. upstairs apartment, available I, The model airplane exhibition .

freeze the pilot-static tube, I cancelled Station Order 31-45 from June 6 to sept b, Mr*. Byord contest staged by the Jacksonville I The officer reported aboard NAS

Additional worry for the pilot, which prohibited service per- 11 7-32\12 alter 3PM. Model 1 Airplane Club will be heldon I last October In addition to his

but less work for the Link operator I sonnet from patronizing the WANT: I the parade grounds oppositethe I duties as assistant to Comdr.'Paul

appears to be the underlying I I cafeteria. However, the cafe- Play pen Ext 88)1J Junior BOQs on Sunday, 2 E. Emrick, he is in charge of officer
principle in the 1945-model train. teria is only open during the June passengers 3. Valenva ride to Ext.New 455.Yoik. I June, at 1400, it was announcedthis demobilization and the

er. An automatic radio range unit noon meal hours now. 28" bicycle must be in good conjl- j week. change of status section J
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.- J1t ..,f\ t 5.-.. I L Poetic( License I WILCO:* : ? '

Editorial Office IMAGINATIONNo

f" Office of Public Information, Room 221 prison walls can shut her in, ,

Administration Annex Bide. 954 No chains can hold her down,
Extension 8542
''f Telephone No human eye has seen her form O
I Arthur M. Greene, Editor
Editor Nor ear has heard her sound ;
\ Frank Tour. Sit, Sport.
Bob Jones, Sle, Art Editor But I have often felt her touch,

T)>. JAX AIR NEWS t. publUned weekly at the U. S. Have gone with her astray,
Naval Air Station. Jacktonvllle, Florida, by the Office of
And her doors
,. Public Information at no expense to the government and I In opening unseen
\ compliance with Secnav Circular Letter ':at2theNavall Al!. Has bade my soul go free .
distributed tree of charge
nt :
ltlartte Naval Air Technical I a1 Training, th. -Anonymous.WilY .
Headquarter ot the Naval Air' Operational Command
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval
1 Air Gunner School, the U. b. Naval Hospital and th.'t 011 WHY-!
;.j Naval Auxiliary Air Station Mayport. Oh why should I dreamOf / W (
R. USN, Commanding
Captain Jacksonville Anthony Brady Naval Air Station a tropic isle, a lover's moon

And lips like red, red wine

Captain Naval Ford Air Technical N. Taylor,Training USN. Commanding Center On a day that's warm for June-!

1 Why should I dream of hearts that burn,
Captain Robert M. Glllett (MC), USN, CommandingU.
S. Naval Hospital Of warm brown eyes and a southern maid

Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USNR, Commanding And the throb of Spanish guitars-
Naval Personnel Separation Center When it's ninety in the shade

U. Col. Alexander A. ndeirrift. Jr., USMC, Conminding And a summer sun shines down on me

Marine Barrack. And there's no ice in my lemonade1M. t

f Captain Naval'R. R.Air Briner Gunners, USN School, Commanding McDermon, Supply Dept.mews o

Commander Howard E. Born, USN, Commanding
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field
Capt. Marvin I* Seldel. USMCR
Marine Aviation DetaChmentI

L Tke fAX AIR NEWS receive. Shlp'i Editorial Association\ mil Station
I I. terlal. Republication of credited matter prohibited withotpermiasion ondVieius f "The idea came to me while I was in Australia, Wilco."
of SEA. Washington 25 D. C. Republication of another ;)
matter, except by service publications, li prohibit
without perimstloa of Editor, JAX AIRDon't NEWS -The appeasement period.

I BOOK SHELF I Munich DRAGON to the HARVEST German occupation- From

, Waste Food A MEMORIAL DAY PRAYER of Paris.A WORLD. TO WIN19401942.:

"Why can't I have another slice of Our Heavenly Father, we thank Thee thai It Damon Runyon Is one of jour

dread? Whats' the story, Mac? Do you have through Thy gracious Providence we are able< enjoy favorite his newspaper SHORT TAKES men,,you a choice will Children's Day Program

1 to buy that stuff?" to observe this Memorial Day as free citizens collection of the best of his col Scheduled For Sunday

No, that's not the "story." The mess of a free land. Grant, 0 Heavenly Father, umns. Damon Runyon's newspaper Parents, and little! folks particularly -

cook who tells you to take only one slice of that we may always be worthy of Thy brave< stories and columns are a record are invited to attend the
4 of the human side of American Annual Children's Day Program ..
seconds has a sons of different lands and of
back for many many
bread, and come ,
life in our time. He has written at All Saints' Chapel Sunday morn-
specific purpose in doing so. different tongues, who have made the su : on nearly every subject. Amongthe ing at 1015.
With the cessation of hostilities has preme sacrifice and have purchased by theii selections in this book are the The children of the Station Sun

come the dark specter of famine and star last full measure of devotion the freedom Inimitable letters of "Joe and Ethel day School will be seated in the
and the that Turp," columns on "My Old sanctuary-and will present a pair
land of it's hard to peace we
vation. In this plenty "
Man, and pointed essays on subjects of flower vases to the chapel con-
realize that every day hundreds of peoplein May the blessing of God Almighty-the ranging from horse playersto gregation.

China and India collapse and die in the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit-be hoboes. Captain Francis Lee Albert senior -

streets from lack of food. The people of upon their spirits and remain with then: A new novel by Frederic Wake- chaplain will tell some Chil

Asia and Europe look to America for aid. always; and may we have such full measureof man, THE HUCKSTERS, is a satire I dren's Day stories, equally good
for older boys and girls.At .
i the
Thy and such a strong of on radio-advertising-soap
Our national leaders believe that the grace, sense .
I business. Mr. Wakeman, a newspaperman
\ only answer we can give is," Yes, we will justice and right, that we may preserve and at one time was a writer I -
help." perfect the freedom and the peace that they of advertising and radio scripts,
have won. We ask Thy blessing on them so he has the background for this
How cane, the individual people, help i? and upon us through Jesus Christ, our Lord, story dealing with the men In that the Station Chapeli, Birmingham
You can help by conserving foods. When Amen. field-the powerful advertisers, the Read and Meitm Avcn e
don't to men who have to keep the busi- Protestant
you take food on your tray, say I O*3O- Holy Communion Chaplain B.
can't eat ness together, the writers, etc. C. Gilbert
"If I don't like it or if I
yourself, beforehand Today the flags fly at half mast. Todayin A WORLD TO WIN by Upton OK30-NATTC Service Chaplain E.
it, I'll throw it away. Instead, consider little church the bell is Sinclair is the newest in the Lanny W. Andrewa. .
'I want many a wayside 1043Divine Service Chaplain Franeta
whether or not you really Budd series. As with each bookIn Lee Albert
out its solemn
that of food. Take only that which tolling peal. the series, this one can be enjoyed 1815-Th. Young Peoples Vesper
portion For whom is the bell tolling? It tolls not for its own separate story, Hour-Small l Chapel.
will eat. As cut down on Divine Service:! for Colored FerMII",1
you know you you will alone for those who gave their lives for the or as a part of the account of an Ueildinc M4
the amount of food you eat, the cooks era. The story opens in Vichy 1t30-Chal.lain B. C. Gilbert.
sake of others not alone for those who died
witha In 1940 and concludes with interview Sunday I Schools:! Small t:h.p,l
cut down on the amount they prepare an .
inconspicuously playing their part in the 0030-Chaplain B C. Gilbert
resultant overall reduction in consump- with Stalin In 1942. ThisIs
drama ef life. The bell also "tolls for thee." the seventh novel In Sinclair's 0700-Man. Catholic

tion. John Donne, writing in 17th Century epic narrative of our own time. If 0900-Mail.
I Since flour, wheat, and grain are the England, answers some villagers' excited you have read any of the othersIn 1700 1I0G-Ma.-Mail.
I which conserving when the series or are interested in
main items we are Christian Science Service:
cornbread are of- question, "For whom does the bell toll? reading the series in chronological 1100-Sunday* Small Chapel.An .
sweet pancakes, or with these searching words of wisdom: order here they are: Outdoor Nursery for tmull children
bread will not be served. la maintained between tVttO'
fered on the menu,
"No man is an island entire of itself; WORLD'S END-World War I and 1200,
When the railroad strike was in progress Servicfi
and immediately thereafter. \\erk-diy Religious
last week made to limit the every man is a piece of a continent, a part BETWEEN TWO WORLDS- Jewish Religious Service:! andFellowship
plans were
I of the main; if a clod be washed away by the 1919-1929.. Hour
of meats and out-of-state fruits and 1800--Friday In the. Small Chal>
; use is the less man's Latter Saints Servk.1000WednesdayMutual .
the sea, Europe any DRAGON'S TEETH-1929.1934 Day
vegetables. Canned goods and locallygrownfruits death diminishes me because I am involvedIn (Pulitizer Prize winner). Small Chaixl.Young Meeting i.
and vegetables were to be used more WIDE IS THE GATE1934- Men'i Bible Class
mankind; and therefore never send, to 1938. 1830-Thursdny, in Small Chapel! E. 1 O:
frequently.Now the know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for PRESIDENTIAL AGENT-1938 E. Caylor.
that the strike is a thing of -

t past, there is but a single purpose in con- thee.More than ever before we feel the truthof I FOOD CONSERVATION

'" serving: that of alleviating starvation this superb statement. We don't live
abroad. We must cut down on our consump- .
alone and apart as isolated entities in this
tion of foodstuffs in order that others may .
world of ours. We discover that we are all
live. The Famine Emergency Committee has children of one God bound together by our
effect to send
already put measures
loving Creator and our common humanity,
more of our wheat to the starving millions
and destined for the same lofty goal in
of the world.
God's Divine Plan.
,, Do what you can to help. Next time you The dead whom we honor on Memorial

eat chow, remember to take less so that a n 1
Day never let us forget our responsibilityto { :

'j others may have more. ally ourselves with the only cause whichcan :
-*- victorious. God is
'I ever be ultimately ss t

"r, Stop Thoughtless Damage the Author of that Cause, and people like I1t0 .

you and me are bound up in the plan to ,

Recently the Public Works Department carry it out. We can never isolate our- eer v4 _

was called upon to repair a damaged door selves from our responsibility in it. 5

r which had come from one of the enlisted Memorial Day stabs us with the mem-

men's barracks. :Dry of those we have lost. It also challengesus tDv

There had been no accident, the door to the task of building a world where

1, had not been forced to free someone trapped lives may never be needlessly sacrificed be-

behind it. The damage consisted of cause of mankind's hatred, or lust, or self-

. holes which had been gouged out maliciously ish greed. eP
p ] with pocket knives and other sharp in- Chaplain Donald F. Buhler.

, struments.This little incident points up the whole especially if thoughtless and mischievous '

subject of unnecessary maintenance work persons make it so by their actions. If you
i which is brought about through careless- want a neat, clean place in which to live, rVe r
t co-operate. Act like you would at home.
r ness, deliberate and wilful destructiveness, 's -
and other equally inexcusable reasons. Torn screens, stopped-up drains, broken Wy .

While no one will deny that life in a window panes, and cigarette burns can be AS PART OF TUB FOOD conservation program at the station's -
galleys, the Commissary Department has erected posters over
military barracks doesn't have the com- eliminated with just a little care and con- sample trays of the day's meals in an effort to cut down traywaste.The .

forts, conveniences and the privacy that sideration. The net result will be more comfortable Navy \is co-operating fully with the national drive to save food

life at home does, it could be much worse, and pleasant 'surroundings. In, order> to help the starving people of Europe and Asia.


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30 May, 1946 CIVILIAN


< .-
I _- AROUNDA&R /;", .
By Virginia K, Walpole :

The news from Design this week ;.S' : la

Plant Dh-it ionby G. V'. I'sota our forthcoming 14 per cent raises; ia not at all pleasant. Ens. William .,
\_Joseph A. Griffith resigned from Here's a good chance to invest a B. Elmore was injured in an au- :
A & R where he had been em- few dollars in extra bonds for that tomobile wreck- understand he's ...,'
ployed for four years. Mr. Under- rainy day. recovering rapidly hope to see k'r- :4
wood, also an artist and ex-GI, False alarm! No picnic last him back with us soon. Also, the .: :
has taken over Griffith's duties. employees of the department ex- st't: >
week because of the rain. But next < '
Raymond Bartman, our Connec- week we are sure to have some tend their sincere sympathy to Mr. i ,, '
ticut Yankee, is driving to his old news about it. and Mrs. Burch Hutson in the o :

home town, Hartford, to spend his We were so glad to hear from mother.A.sudden. death of Mrs. Hutson' l' \

15-day vacation visiting relatives. Roland Shreve of :Michigan. He LS .
M. Nelson, an old-timer in
Lloyd Campbell is going on amonth's used to be a draftsman in the En- I' ,
Design, ia leaving shortly for Den- : 1
vacation to Mississippi. ::1t'Y"
gineering Drafting room. He said :.:
to <
ver with
Engineering-by L. Bo.'ett- he was tryingto learn to be a civilian tan < .
Interior Bureau
of Reclamation. -
John J. Seibert has been assigned again at Bendix.
as draftsman to the Drafting We call Harold West real We are all sorry to see him
a "big
leave, but wish him the best of
Section. We know he will like his shot" because his desk is between
luck in his
new job.
new position. those of Grade P-3 and P-4 engineers The
We all were glad to hear about I wedding bells continue to
ring down Maintenance wav-Clifford -
PRODUCTION AWARDS (lion) Murray was married
at the Beaver St. Baptist Church

last Wednesday, and rumor has it
that Meriam Ellison will soon be-
a come Mrs. 'H. M." Denmark: (In- ; ;e a

a 4W i cidentally, he's the brother of
Lecy Denmark in the File Room),
Maintenance is proud to an-

nounce that there are now 21 veterans ..
taking advantage of the G.I.

Bill's "on-the-Job training," under SMtl
the supervision of Robert James, a.
himself a veteran.
II. M. Corse should be well on

his way to Annapolis, Md., by now,
where he will attend the graduation ,-
of his son, John D. Corse;
from the U. S. Naval Academy
Mr. Corse says he doesn't expectto
enjoy this occasion again untila
generation from now when his
grandchildren grown (and
they haven't even started coming
a t 1se yet) so he is spending two weeksat

} s Annapolis to take in everything, -" ..".. -.. ...... """.."..... "' .........-"""""""' ......_'"'_...
Congratulations are in order to THERE IS A GOOD REASON for that smile on Louie E. Jor
Wilma Perkins, Power Plant, who dan's face as he shakes hands with Lt. Comdr Dexter D. Butterfield,
received her B.S. degree last Wed- Inspection Officer. For Jordan has just received a check for $250
nesday from Florida Southern. The for an idea that took a short time to develop. Who knows Next
entire Perkins family attended the time that big smile might be on your face
graduation, and according to Mrs. -- --.---
Perkins (the proud mother in the
Wiiliir: front row), the ceremony was Jordan Hits JackpotInventor

E \M\LKS were awarded last Thursday by lovely. I
Captain Malcolm M. Cloukey Assembly and Repair Officer, to shops .
showing a gain of productive efficiency. Pictured above are the men Wins $250 For
who accepted the banners on behalf of their shops and who were
1fs pplvcjS
presented letters of commendation from Captain Anthony R Brady. : R4D
Back row, left to right: Lt. F C Sochor, Captain Cloukey, Lt. W, C. Inspection DeviceHow
McCrary, and Lt. E. B. Smolenski.! Front row, left to right J. L.

Young, Shop 470, Metals Division; Leonard Wood, Shop 1323, En- LL fSII would like to $250 for few hours work ?
gine Overhaul Division; and R H, Ronken, ACM, Shop 325('), Structures you a
Division. It isn't as tough as you'd think.

-- _. fr\\ Louie E. Jordan of Inspection did just that. Jordan, a

supervisor in the sub-assembly shops, was called upon to inspect -

Policies Established Clara E. Speer excess bearing play on RID elevators. While tryingto

Believe it or not, Virginia Shaw I eliminate the excess play, he got the idea for his highly
(Follow-Up) has been having a
two-week "vacation" with the successful device. From then on it took a few hours to

For Reduction In ForceEDITOR'S mumps! She was ordered home by j complete the drawings, he said.

the doctor to await the usual faci- The jig, a bearing and pulley
al distortions and discomforts Airline as an air brake inspectorand
checking device, is used for check-
MTEl This U the last of a series! of three articles on the policy known to accompany the ailment, for the eccentricity of the repairman.He .
aid proctdiirto governing redaction In fore of civilian mploye o in the Navy Department but nothing happened. Contrary to ing has a brother in the Army
and ill acid oeii.lti.... bearings and pulleys before assem-
the doctor expectations, her face Before the development of Air Corps in Germany, a former1
Upon the receipt of notice of an retained its normal shape. The bly.Jordan's instrument, the procedurewas radio repair man at NAS,
existing or prospective surplus of without the written consent of the proverbial dilt pickle failed to faze a matter of judgment or guess His hobbies are horticulture and

employees in certain positions, the employee concerned.f her. Mumps or no mumps, "Ginny" I. work. Now, there is a very accur- fishing, and his spare time is spent
Industrial Relations Officer will ( ) When an employee Is to be proceeded to get the most out of ate of checking the work. caring for the trees and flowers
cancel all appointments and posi- demoted under this order, he will her enforced stay at.home. Jordan's real- around his home on South Lane'
tion changes pending or in process be extended the option of taking Blessed Events: Bob Parramore This brainstorm Avenue.
(Accounting) Is the ly paid off It was the first bene- .
in these positions. Outstanding such annual leave as he desires at proud fatherof
requisitions for such positions on the higher rate of pay before the' an eight-pound boy! Mary ficial suggestion meant he had ever to submitted him A certain period In the history
file will be cancelled. He will take effective date of the demotion, pro- Norton's daughter, Eugenia Rawls, but it time$250 to hand 'of Japan may be called: From
action to place the total numberof vided such leave does not extend whom we remember as a former because he took the Port Arthur to MacArthur.
excess employees elsewhere on beyond the 90 day period of effectiveness supervisor of Bookkeeping Divi- : in the idea.Jordan .

the Station, without change In ratlIng of the Retention Regis sion, has another baby, a girl. Con- came to NAS in October Boss on catching one of his
or pay. If the total number can ter. gratulations! 1943 as an inspector in the landing clerks drowsing: Pardon me, but
the selection of Virginia Bentley (Follow-Up) Is gear shop. He is now a supervisorfor
( transferred, (g) An employee demoted under your sleep Is showing!
for transfer will be this order will not be placed in enjoying a vacation in New York the Inspection Department in

made by the head of the depart- competition with the employees of Ethel Perritte (Administrative the sub-assembly shops. A colored woman had frownedon
ment i mcerned, the level to which demoted until ) has been thrilled to have her Born and raised in Jacksonville, her husband for days.
and unless he is reached in son, Lt. Clyde L. Perritte, home he graduated from Lee High. many
In the event all surplus em- a reduction Then, like a burst of sunshine
ployees can not be placed, Retention -I In force the notice of from the Pacific on leave Flora About the only time he spent away from a cloudy sky, she smiled.
issued to Funkenstein (Sales) was off a from the city was during his en-
Registers will be establishedand which was employees "Does that mean, honey," he
such transfers of surplus em- subsequent to the effective date of few days recently to be with her listment in the Marine Corps. asked, "that you forgive me ?"
son, Comdr. Louis Funkenstein, While in the Marines, he
be made elsewhereon his demotion. serving
ployees as can on away, you rascal, I was
the station will be made In de- As soon as selection for actionis just gone through the received a campaign ribbon for the just restin' ma face."
Separation Center at this Station.On work done in
defense and rescue
order of the
scending made, an individual written no-
Register In addition, he will naval arrange tice will be given to the employeeto (Award May) received 15, from Dorothy the Bureauof Roche Shanghai China.when It the was Japs during first the invaded Girl angler: I want your beet
for transfers to other be furloughed or separated silk
line for
Naval Personnel catching big fish.
a bronze air U. S. S. Houston
time when the
activities Federal agencies, If
or showing the effective date of furlough medal awarded posthumously to made its famous run from the Floorwalker: Stockings on the
possible. or separation. Whenever her husband, David Gregory Islands to Shanghaiwith 3rd floor, Miss.
In lieu of separation, reassign- possible, notice will be given 30 Roche. We recall that he and 14 Philippine American reinforcements for I
ment or demotion will be offeredto days before the employee is relieved -
other fliers were lost at sea in the the defense of the city In its first
when reached for reduction of active duty. Where the
employees ill-fated Liberator plane in a rou- bombings in 1932. After his dis- No Holiday Pay For
in force as follows: employee can not be continued inactive tine to Cuba in March 1915.'
I flight () from the Marine Corps,
(a) To provide for placement of I duty status for 30 days, he The entire Inventory Division, Jordan charge worked for the Seaboard Certain EmployesThe
employees in retention group B-l will be given the greatest notice including i all the storekeepers,
or higher such demotions mayor possible before- being relieved- frnm together last: week at; the office got Comptroller General recently -
may not involve reduction in forcein Active duty. After notice is given, for the purpose of promoting closer different phases. Lt. O. W. Leidel ruled that temporary per
the position to which demotion and subsequent to the date he is I relationship with each other, was the principal speaker. diem employees, appointed for
made to effect such placement. relieved from active duty, he will higher morale and a better understanding Several members of the Inven- periods not over one year in
(1is (b) In the case of employees in be carried in an annual leave status : of the job ahead in all its tory Division recently had a chicken length, are.not entitled pay for
group B-2 or lower, onlyto if due, otherwise leave with- dinner on the Beach Road at holidays \v hen no work Is done,
fill any requisitions on file for out pay, to the effective date of copy of the instructions from the Chicken Shanty. They had a and that "'.S.I. per diem employees
positions for which such employees furlough or separation. In no case Washington concerning the policiesand good time and all the chicken they are not entitled to pay
are fully qualified will the period between date of procedures governing reduc- could eat. Marion Fulcher said he on holidays when no work is
(c) No employee will be demotedif notice and effective date of tions in force, and to inspect the could have eaten more, but resolutely done until they have worked
the demotion will result In the furlough or separation be less Retention Register and any oth'er refrained so he would be over a jear.SeeNav .
displacement of an employee In the than 30 days. If a veteran-pi efer- applicable records on which their able to work the next day. appealed this decision

same!! or higher retention subgroupIn ence employee who has completeda names appear. Signs of the Times: The time of and It was amended so that indefinite -
the competitive level to which probationary or 'trial period is Any employee who believes that the year is again on us when we appointees are clammed
the demotion is contemplated.d. demoted, a 30-day advanced noticein there has been a violation of his constantly hear such remarks as, as regular employees for holi-
( When demotions are offeredto writing must be given. Such demotion rights under these instructions, or "Who got the fan I had last day pay iwrp()bes. The ruling
affected employees, all em- will not become effective any error in the records should year?"; "Turn that fan over this Mill remains that temporary
ployees with higher retention pref- until the expiration of the notice discuss his case with the Indus- way;" "Don't blow it this way per diem employees do not receive -
erence who have been reached for period.In trial Relations Officer. If still dish Can't you see it's blowing my pa- for holidays when
action will be offered demotion order that employes adversely satisfied, he may appeal to the director pers and hair all to pieces?"; work pay is not This
first, such offers being made in descending affected in a reduction' force Fifth U. S. Civil Service "I'm simply roasting! How come performed.
does not affect
order on the Retention may be informed of the facts on Region, Atlanta, Ga., within 10 Whoozit gets a fan on her all the the salary of
Register. which the action is based, they days from the date he received his time and the rest of us don't rate IVb) employees.

(e) No demotion will be made shall have the right to examine a notice of the action to be taken. : one?"...and so on, ad infinitum.






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Ity Comdr. Itobt. I*. lk'eis

Sailing Exec that's what NATTC could call Comdr. Robert I would like to make a few remarks
MOVIE SCHEDULE P Beebe who Is a noted
sailing enthusiast and recently first
won about the subject of walkIng .
f place in the Comet class' at the Jacksonville Rudder Club's Sailing
' Daily showings lOc admission charge for all hands.: 1400 Matt I I-I Races. Comdr Beebe states that this was made possible by a good deal on the grass It might appearto
nee Two evening shows starting at 1800 and running continuouslywith of cooperation between Mainside and :NATTC' in order that a Naval be a very minor matter but I
a five-minute intermission entry should be In the races think I can show that It has ita

I 1'IUTItSn.SOMEWHERE| IN THE NIGHT' starring JohiHodiak 1The boat belongs Force, a casualty important points

and Carole Landis to Mainside In the first place walking on
; to the rudder
1 .UU.\\ AMI :SATI'IUAYHEARTBEAT, with Ginger Roger s :.o/
the is
and Jean Pierre Aumont. Welfare, with approval / ?;+ kept her out of grass prohibited In various
areas because the won't
l from grass
" MIM\Y BOYS RANCH, with James and "Butch" Jenkins the money at the
stand the It looks
Comdr. W. P Me- 1 wear. mighty
-I ( first race of the
Guirk and help green these days and is growinga
JIOMVAMI H'KsDVY: KID FROM BROOKLYN' with Dan r season. Another
from Lt. J. S. f stretch of work fine crop of weeds after the recent -
ny Kaye Virginia Mayo I Kemp, boat officer ( \ her rains but the sandy soil will
\\KDNKxDVA:: GENIUS AT WORK, with W. Brown and Anr\ /: put in perfect -
she -' \ lose its if
\ was taken / ( .: ;%y ,, shape and in quickly green covering
Jeffreys.TIIUNSIAV to NATTC < the second it is trampled on too much. If it
NIGHT IN PARADISE with :Merle Oberon and Turban -, and put in racing -- ( Comdr. Beebe race wasn't' for the grass, this station

Bay. shape three _j- with Coxswain would be &s dusty and sandy as
weeks ago. Even _.J' Brandt as crew, the Powder River There is ru>
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD though 't had \" j came through to question then, that a certain I
i been worked on win. amount of restiiction, especially
MOUKI Alltl'LXNK: cum (NATTC Airdales) Meets Saturday W'
: for several days _,' :.'-a around the barracks is
According t o necessary
morning at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg. Preparations being made for -- -. )
by the Comma = _
T contest among NATTC personnel on 8.June, 1400 : der Thomas -- the Commander But then, you can go out any
\IJ.KOOM: 1\M'K: CI.\SS-Every Monday and Wednesday at, Brandt it is hoped eventually : day and see men playing ball in
& "Red"Slater.
l the Hostess House Beginners class 1900 to 2000. Advanced class, Coxswains _- _, to have front of their barracks on the grass
2<))0 to 2100. I from the Police more of the tight next to a keep off the grasssign
No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between Navy boats entered And right across the street
these hours. I in the races However. the Mainside Welfare department and is a playing tick! dedicated to ball!

i' SWIMMING-Pool: No Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Offi the Boat Officer are working under great difficulties' in doing the nec- playing! Now. why do they d i
cers. Couples Family Groups--Children must be accompanied by parents essary work on the boats they now have Comdr. McGuiik has initiated things like that They are cutting
Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100 a program that should get the boats in shape and interested personnel their own throat. They live
Pool No 2For Male Personnel only-.Enlisted and Officers Monday will be able to.use them regardless of duty station. I in the barracks and if the area
through Friday, 0900 to 1100. 1200 to 1400, 1500 to 1600 and 1700 "The Rudder Club of Jacksonville is interested in obtaining as around there becomes a dust bowl
to 100, Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. many entries in their bi-monthly races as possible," the Commander they will have the extra work of
iOU-Station Couisc Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all personnel stated, "and the only requirement is to be there when the race starts*, keeping the barracks clean front
1. Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Auditorium off the Yatch Clulj!, in V'entcia". the dirt tracked In. The only conclusion .
: Monday through Saturday'-1000-1700, Sunday-1030 to 1700 The next race is scheduled for Sunday, 2 June, and should prove I can come to is that there
F BOW'LINO-Six Alleys behind Ships Service available to all personnel to be a very colorful and exciting event. I ate a ceitain number of men who '
Monday through Saturday, 1130 to 2130. Closed Sunday Free Comdr Beebe, whose articles on sailing and yacht design appear I don't think about what they are
bowling tt you set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. frequently in "Yachting" and "Rudder" magazines, has been a sail- I doing and how it may affect the
MUSIC Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, ing enthusiast from boyhood "A knowledge of small boats, and the I welfare of their shipmates This
contact Randals at Barracks 13. I increased awareness and respect for wind and weather which experience : is the same type of man who
'i'1:1; :\1"-- Racquets and balls available at Physical Training Bldg. brings, is a good thing for a :Navy' man to have it's fun tat," throws out coke bottles to the detriment .

513. he stated 1 of the station welfare fund,
IIOslLss;: : HOI':.xh:-Open daily 1000 to 2100, Saturday and Sunday ------------ -- who throws paper wrappings
nick Mancini. SpA2c H. B. Mc-
lino to :Jiuo! For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. ; around for someone else to pickup
Old Faces Are
AEM3c A. Ous-
I Anally, Maynard
N .\I 1C LINK\lt\-Located in Auditorium Open Monday through who smokes In his bunk alter
tad, AOM3c; John D. Armstrong,
Fridav u9"0 to 2100; Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100. taps, and so on for a long list of
AIIILimi: GEAR: -Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training NATTCNATTC SADic; Guy R Brock. AOM2c.[ ; |I careless actions. I dm't think
Leaving :Michael J, Biesiadecki. AEMlc;
Department. Bldg. 513 there Is much chance of reforming
Sidney A, Mone ACFCA, Fred J,
IIOUnSIIOP Open nightly from 1900 to 2130 Saturday and them and I certainly don't
Sunday afternoon from 1400 to 2130. Instructors will be on duty :' Ship's Company per- Washburn AMMlc |I think this little shove will do much
when th,' !-hop is open. Shop has leather craft, model airplanes and sonnel gets fewer and fewer as I I I good But the point I would like

plexiglas-! separation continues Last, week She doesn't drink, she doesn't to put across is that it is up to
Sol-! l 1'lt.\1.1.I Games in the Intramural Softball League are played nine more left to join the ranksof smoke, I the people that Do have some sense

ever; sveek-dav: night beginning at 1700. the civilians | She d.e.n't spend her dimes for of responsibility to put the heat on _
I To Norfolk, Va' Jessee T. coke; the careless ones and make them
Baines She doesn neck, she doesn pet toe the line for the benefit of all
J \l' n\t'IIt; Buses leave at frequent intervals To Jacksonville Fla : Dome- Sh doesn't even walk as yet. hands

from loin Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing -- -
and other leueation at one of world's finest ocean breaches. Bus SWINGING WITH JOHN DOLCE

fare 2ScN .
"\ \ MOlllKlls' HOsinxs 1101'sK:, 101 East Church Street F ----

ITxO: ( liVILKN. at 122 West Forsyth Street; 311 West Duval as
Street cbJOMLN b DIVISION at 43 West Momoe-Street Vat.o #
L\="CH.l\i: IsllINO: AM W\riM.: Cedar River on San
Juan Ateuue. lake Lake Shure Bus, three blocks from last stop on
*S. n Juan I Row Boatstwo hours 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor
boater :200! per hour hve to eight people per boat
BLLb Uoih located out San Juan Avenue Facilities available for Hay PrL' -,

f1Id i. (;
-- ----- ---- --
from down town. The train strike
really proved havoc with leaves
NATTC NewsreelThis ''and Special Liberties over the
week-end'! And if permission did

paper was ready for you come through to take-off the
on Thursda but since it was Me- weather did its best to dampen

m.)rlal Day and everyone had the spirits! The latest saying is ,
day off you are reading it on Friday "If you don't like our weather just
HJW about that wait a minute. There has also

A big thanks to the Mainside been some suggestion that bath- o
eiiU for the picnic supper given to ing suits be made the uniform of { t t

welcome the NATTC WAVES the davFrom.

a bi;; cake had "Welcome NAT some of the tricks that
TC" It really makes the girls feel Bob Hanlon has been pulling on
at h.l\le the other fellows that are on his

AF15: is the first class to chal- draft it looks as if he is trying to
keep( them from getting discharged -
lenga any other class over at the
Aviation Fundamental School in Those Specialist A'II

all kinds: of athletic competition Larry Dodd is: really (the man
Tiny claim the; really have the about the base first you see him
swimmer, racers and boxers to in a historic Packard and now it
meet any monthly competition.One I is that famous" (Duncan )Font
of NATTC's ex-Welfare officer \Shta next ?
i a-t 9i g.
*, Mr Dejulio visiter here If any of the personnel who
last week-end on his way to Miami have recently been Iran'ifered
for a vacation here from other activities in the
I The Barn Dance last Friday was I States are interested in seeing
a* good. as ever even if they did I their old station newspapers there t t
a %iC
have uncertain moments in worrying is a chance that they will be in
; whether John Doke would the Office of Public Information

f make it here from Chicago; and if The Jax Air News receives exchanges .
the NCCS-USO gills would arrive from about 35 service papers .
I and if anyone is interested
-- they are invited to come in and
NAVAL .\TIX'IINK'AL, I see if the paper they want is here o t
TIIAIMNC(; ( E Room 188. Bldg. 500.

J.\N AW MW.St : I Also the Chamber of Commerce

l>tnm t".1 N. luylur.: UftN. I has furnished this Public Info ufA -
( "tam,uulin tr 1 tice with booklets! on the scenicwonders
Cvmm.nder. Kolrt "I', H..i''be. UsN. h
; of Florid and if you are
Kulivc: '
... Editorial Offices for NATTC I;1 planning a trip, these are available -
Section Rooms 137 and 138, ,

Adminstration Building OO.A.I I I ---- --- _. ,,
I 11II '-,..' >& #" ._ -- -" "-- -
Tel. Ext. 208 The officer had only one fault AN'OTIIKK BARN! DANCE is a memory with maybe a few aching muscles! The'next dance for

E.: W. A mil'rw Advitor", l.t. ComM ChIC( ), to find with the new man in his i NATTC is to be a South Sea Island dance on 11 June, with all the proper trimmings that should
t.Jilor: office. Ha would not answer the prove very interesting Indeed Pictured above pounding out the boogie-woogie" during the amateur

Ardri R..Jmlln.'wiwrlt.r SpS)2N ( ) telephone. I contest is J, L. Carter, AF2c. M.t Patrizl, l\Ius,2c helped John Dolce give the right atmosphere as he
Mirjr Ann Ihmnvll SpXl3e) "You really must answer the really fiddled out the catchy old time tune "Swinging their purtners below is part of the crowd who
SpoiUKemth telephone when it rings, Wil- I, enjoyed last Friday's tjanceM < ,
1'.lonplol, Kunparck Sic liams" I' S, Hulse was the chairman of the dance committee with W. II Moody, R. FJ. Jones A. I. Ste-

IVf\ .". by Photo IV'pi.. A., t'"n.1. "Yes, sir," sail the newcomer, vena, E R Blackewell, C E. Malseed and Pat Meidonick serving Responsible for the colorful decorations .
N.......I. under dirwtm of J. L. E.tnn. : "but it seem kinda silly Nine!l were Miriam Brooks, H F. Kirk, K. Gross, 0. E. Elliott, H R. Springston and Richard Staude- .

,. CftioM- times out of ten it's for you" 1 I materrr .



30 May, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

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TWELFTH CLASSGRADUATES ,I More To VeteransOff School IPcJLenal Air ciders Lose To

..,, .... ., .... I .JOrf1/f
"'""" ."n,, '''>>''" '" -- Off to school we go.;: From observations -
\ there is every indication a Christi Terno
that many veterans are tak- It)' Jack I. Hell, W.O., TSMO: Corpus

I It ing advantage of the educational NOTK;: Thin In the first of n wile of
j \ articles on "Na\al Justice. The sources -
provisions authorized in Public I I of Information for thin series are
.. .. Law 346 I G.I. Bill of Rightsl! and NoMtl Courts and Boards the text Natal Double Header Won
.... "
Justice. publications\ of the Annul-
Public Law 16 Vocational training
can. Bar Association and the U. S. Code By Comets 14-4, 11-0 '
for >veterans)I. Of the
1 : 'La"1 Relating to the I"aAn"-
I: '. more than 13,000.000 men find tated "I) The material hag been assembled Too much hitting power and effective pitching gave the
women who entered the Armed b> Mr. Bell who recently completed -
the School of Natal Justice it Corpus Christi Comets two easy victories over the NATTC
;,... Forces of World War II, it has 'I.rt. Hueneme. Calif.
\ ; been estimated that about 3.1>00.- ____. Air Raiders last Friday and Saturday afternoon on the local -

Ion .... 000 will eventually seek more education niGHTS OH THE ACCTSKI; : diamond.In .

Pictured above are as a part of their post- 1 The Summary and General the first game Corpus Christi had to come from behind -
Men of Class Twelve, war plans. Reports show that en- Courts Martial are in fact Courts I
trailing by a 2-0 count. The fireworks exploded in the
from the Aviation .' rollments particularly in collegesand of Law. Some portions of the Bill ,
School last Friday a universities have reached the 1'of Rights are not applicable to fourth inning when 14 Comet batters came to the plate.

ing their training On stage where it has become a prob- trial by naval tribunal, the most The"" collected 11. runs rm vu V"'J nnl\ h hits

II. B. Bacon, 321 lem not only to house thEtie'et. important being trial by Jury and The Texas nine blasted three

tanooga Tenn., and G. I erans, especially those who are the requirement for a charge to NATTC hurlers for 11 hits and
102 N.E. 3rd Ave., }'( married, but also to find rooms in be made by indictment. RAINS SLOW the Raiders committed six errors.!
gon., which to schedule classes and to | Guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment H. T. Kirk and George Gheta
find qualified teachers to instruct > to the Constitution are the limited the locals to six safeties.
them. following rights extended to the INTRAMURALLEAGUE Leading the 14-hit attack for

Samplings of enlisted personnel defendant in naval l courts: the the Comets was Dan Janls who

THE--WO dicate that of those in the Armed light of the accused to counsel to PLAYThe collected three hits in five tries,

Forces during World War II somewhere be informed of the charges againsthim while "Fish" Coddington Chitf

rom Aviation, ;;i around 4.000,000 of them to be present at the trial and American and National Robinson, and "Ras" Rasmusseneach
have completed from one to three the guarantee against SELF-IN- had two for the Raiders.
League teams were the only ones
School years of secondary-school work. CRIMINATION. Corpus Christi! opened the second -
to see action last week. The Independent -
.--- This that those who to admit contest with two markers in
means plan I| No person can be required
and Ship's Company
lly John I. }:"'8no to to and universitieshave make statement the first to be headed
go college his guilt or any Leagues were rained out. The Officers inning never
Buzzing around the liberalized their entrance requirements which will incriminate himself League hasn't been able to by the Raiders

barracks are all sorts I to take account of the ., This should be explained to get underway as yet. Tony Reghetti of Corpus Christ
about, the school: veteran's unusual situation, his the accused at mast with his rightto In the American League Bks. 14 handcuffed the Raiders with only,

from closing) the school age and experience, most\ of these remain silent if he chooses and < won its first game by trouncingBks. four hits while his mates poundedfour
ing the time of In veterans, who have not been graduated I that anything he may say could NATTC hurlers for 11 safe
16 by a 11 to 4 count. Eriss-
giving everyone flight from high schools, and desire be. used against him. It is to the man pitched>d a four hit game while ties. The local defense was again
To set everyone to go to college or desire to1 I advantage of the accused to state his mates collected 11 hits off Bks. shaky the Raiders committed five
WOHD has Just have a high school diploma for a anything which might justify. his 16 hurlers. errors afield.
information on the multitude of other reasons are confronted action. A verbal denial of guilt 1 "Junior" Caulson lead the Com
and the disposition of with the fact that high prior tff trial cannot be used to 'r Bks. 18 continued Its winning ets' hitting attack with four hits

lor rates calling for school graduation is an imminent support a charge of falsehood.In streak by nosing out Bks. 15 In a in five trips to the plate

Crew qualifications.Going requirement for them. I the event the accused is {Icontest..
Into effect 17 Come into the Educational Services I awarded a courts martial, the recorder Elks 13: blasted Bks. 17, 13 to 5. FIRST\ sandATT(' .:
advocate should Martin pitched his team into a sec- ab h 10 a
length of course will Office 501 NATTC or judge
ond place tie with Bks. 15. Smith. ss . . . .. -3 0 i :2 .4
((440 hours) for all ; to see how you can become prepared inform the accused on delivery of '> In the National Bks. 7 Summer rf .. .. ,, 3 0 3 0
,1\OM. AETMs. and for your civilian education. the specification that he will\ have League r'oddln'n. 2b .. .. .. . 4 2 2 3
3 additional weeks ((120 ) an opportunity to plead guilty or 21 and 20 won games and forfeits Robinson It .. .. . .... .4230
THE from Bks. 24, 25 and 26 respec Ra mu'n. 3b .. .. .. .. .. ... 3 2 ( I
iation gunnery at not guilty BEFORE COURT LaHul'r. Ib . . .. .. .. 3070Chadwlck.
ville. The five-day HATTC TO ENTER. and that he may have counsel to tively. cf ... .. ,... 3 0 1 0
is going to continue, at assist in preparing and presentinghis INUKI'KMIKNT: ; : l.KAM: ; (Mon.lujn. ) Seaeurp, cf . .. ..... 0 0 t 0
\\' L Blikes. c . .. .. .. .. ..2 0 f; 0
a day. with one hour ( SWIM CONFERENCEA defense. The recorder should Bai'lacks 9 .. . . . 3 0 GIRt' nt'. c ...... .. ... .... 0 I 0 0> 0
drill. avoid the accused to plead . . . . . .
for military advising f-LT .1 Pratt, p .. .. ...,,.... ... 1 000
from 100 guilty.If W: . . ... .. .. . .l 1 Beard n. p .. .... .. .. .. 1 0 I 0> 0
range swimming team is being formed T-A1 . . .. . . . I 2 llKte.p. 0 0 (> 0
maximum per week, as at NATTC. This team is being I the accused does not desire T-KB . . . . 0 1Batiaeka Crawford( p'::::::::: ::: :::: 1000Total
of the service demand. formed to enable NATTC. Jacksonville counsel, the recorder should Inform 2 . . . . 0 I 2 -
The schedule of to enter the Naval Air him that he introducea AMKKICAN: : I.IA.I; K: W L .. . .. .. .. 28: IN) : V
may Btn rack 1 IS . . . . 3 0 I
periods is as follows: Training Athletic Conference witness or witnesses in his behalf Barrack 15 . . . . 2 1 ('OH l't's! CIIKIMI
Phase.1 Introduction Swimming Meet It will be made take the stand and testify j Barracks 13 .. . .. .. .. 2 1 lib h po a
F'h..... II Aeronautical ( . . . .. . .
of officers and enlisted Bamako 14 1 2 Bl'u II. ** . . . . :3(136\
I fornication up men under oath or make a statementnot BrifiackR" . . . .. . 1 2 | . 5 3 t 0
Phase III Signal j and is to be held in August.The under oath. I Bariack 16 . . . . . 0 3 Hander'n. 2b .. .. .. .. .. 4 1 3 1
! Phase IV Basic kllhi'lit" This of aitlcle 1 will be continued X111 1"s ('II\t l'AA1': ; : I' Ste\ens, 4 1 f 0
, Information meet will consist of the following : ltll" k. l.tAlifKW L Lasaler.; :r : :: : : ::: : : ::: :: : : S 1 2 0

I Phase Vunl al. events: Men Cook . . . . . 3 0 I | Iemisey, If 4100'Uitz.
J haw VI Soieenlnjj: snd barbero"I i 440yd. free style 100-yd. backstroke of the team will be Wednesday, FT-Dlsb. . .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 1 If : ::::::: ::::::: 1, 0 0; 0
Rltle'I"'II'n free style 221'd.frt"e 29 : at 1700 at the Indoor Maintenance .. . . .. .. .. 2 1 I Runk. rf .. .. .. ... .. 3120Carlson. I
That VII Aviation 100yd. May Dlpeniaiy . . .. . .. 1 1 3b ., ,,, .. .. ,., 51(1 I
Seamanship style, 100-yd. breast stroke Pool, Bldg. 614. Anyone wishing i I Poll kt' . . .. .. .. . 0 2 Khk, p .. ... .. ... .. . :32(10 I
Phase VIII Watch .. 150-yd. individual medley, 200-yd. to swim for NATTC should reportto Su>rekeeiieic . . . . 0 I 3 theta p . .. .. .... ... 0 0 0 I it
Under Arm h A'1'I IIt A I. IKAI.I: 'K: *
free Indoor Pool
rhjflcal style relay 150-yd. medley relay Lieut. Coylar, Bldg. W L Total . . .. .. .. .39 11 24 8
The additional t r a I I and 1 meter and 3 meter diving 614, between, 0800 and 1700. Ban ('kll 24 . . . . . 2 1 Score by lnnnn) : :
AMMs AOMs A events. r Barrack 7 . . . . 2 1 Corpus ChrUtl . (NKr) (11) 2001-14NATTC
Practices will be held out Monday How do feel ? Bariack 26 . . . . 2 1Bltlllll'kl . . . :ttO 001 ('1- 4
J'hoMs: you < 20) . . . . . 1 1
J'hlut' IX Btixle AtiaiionGunner Wednesday and Friday from I can't kirk.Rheumatism. Barrack' 21 . . . . . 1 1 1 M-.COMI (.A M E:
) 1700 to 1745. The first meeting eh ? Barrack 25 . . . . . 0 3 >AT1T
Phase. X Radar Opt'l"lII ,. Kb h K A
Qualifications for Smith ss 4i31Summer +
AV FUND School have ST. AUGUSTINE-TIIE OLDEST CITY rf : : :: :: : :: :: : : : :: 4' 1 3 1
--.----, .-. RII5m\J l'n. 31) ... .. .. 4 C I 2 .4
up somewhat, and will f Robinson If . .. .. .. .2 1 3 0
"'Non-rated men who Chadwlck, cf . . .. ... 4 C 2 0
recruit training fI Mu""I''r" . .. ., 1000
pleted foddlngton, 2b .. ... 3 0 3 1
sirous of duty in \' I Horrt. 2b ..r.. .. 1 0 0 0
and who have attained fI I Lallullier. Ib :::::::::::. .. 2 1 f 0

GCT plus Arithmetic of Clesne.: c . ... .. ... .. .. 2053
''Jan l'n. p . .. .... .. .... .. 0 C 1 0Marlnkovch
The gunnery course I .. .. 3 1 0 1
the handling of small : I lx>ng. p .p.............. 0001
caliber revolver, the + a. Van Dusen .. ... .. .. 0 0 0 1
M i .
Thompson sub-machine I Tutaill. .. . . ::10..4 27 J2
.30 Cal. Carbine: ,_ .... Ormik' 1'11,1.11, . . 210 (11'.0 121(1 -11N
.ration and safety I vri, (l' . (N* (HIO (mo- o

all aircraft machine :

Cal Browning (' II I/ ,\ SECOND SMOKER
Gun, .50 Cal! Browning ; F add I ;
k. s
Automatic Aircraft (
T31)), and all adapters FOR AV. FUND.

used. Sighting terms ':

Ing problems are given ) I j FRIDAY NIGHTThe
room and then they
practice. Turrets a r 3 r second in a series of smokers -
both hydraulic and for the Aviation FundamentalS
nil their accessories. c h 001 will be held tomorrow

of flexible and turret night. Friday May 31. Welfare
demonstrated. will furnish hot dogs and cokes

on the list, with for the evening's refreshment. The

calibers: types, uses, 12 bouts as lined up by Chief Al

tion, handling, and I|, Sinibaldi, light-heavyweight champion
tions. Some of the i I 1 t taan of New England and well

are: aircraft and known in local boxing circles,

fuses, bombs and (' should prove well matched and give
dents will have range the spectators plenty of action.
Cal. YAM, .30 Cal. I Dick Ayraud, Class 14, is the

shotguns, and turrets leading contender and as yet his

a variety of experience > opponent hasn't been named.
should be 1 Those scheduled to fight include

.Pilots of this ,'t'N AF 12 Tony Compagnone, AF" 13,

I getting (' I, Within 37 miles of the Ban and connected by frequent busses and trains Is the picturesque and Bill Henninger, Urban Rider Dave

enced in the use of historic city of St. Augustine, which should be visited and enjoyed by all personnel.Since Schneider, Lewis Leon Carl Knox: ,
Gerald Desmond and Jim Hildreth.
gives you that secure restriction has been lifted from film a field day for amateur and professional photographersIs
going out on rel'onnal offered using either the costumed girls who are in attendance or just the background. Picture No 1 Class 15 will be represented by'

eiona. Our peacetime is taken before the MOWt School House" which Is just inside the city gates. This school house has Bernard Fernald, Frankie Atkis-
going to bit back and i, been restored and everything from the little boy with the dunce cap in the corner to the "old professor"is son, Vince Tevnan Ed Caba, Jim

with old methods, it there to see The surreys are available for conducted tours which will take you across the Bridge o( Taglione, Chuck Quimby, and Ed
and planning on the the Lions to the largest collection of saurians in the world. (That is the Alligator Farm with a collection Eilts. From Class 16, Jim Jarvis -

methods of getting of all sizes and ages). The surreys lend an "old world atmosphere" to the town. Jim Gehrisch, Louis Zimmer
teams, even though the FORT SAN MARCO (Pic. No. 31, is a great castle built of the native coquina rock and the finest Laurence :Mee and Thomas Ma-
service is being cut to example of medieval European fortification in the United States. Its mighty walls, with their towers trey Class 20 Jim Trapp, Bill Bell

imum. A well trained ) and embrasures are surrounded by a deep moat, inside are deep dark dungeons. This is free to all and Les Short.
the aim of the Naval I Seconds for the fights will be
cal Training Command service personnel.And of Florida first landed Bobby Hannlon and Jake Zoller .
,, last is the"Foimtain of Youth" near where Ponce de Leon, discoverer from the Athletic
--- Department
INTIMATE the waters of which were supposed to restore the lost charm and vigor of youth. Modern visitors throng

"Johnson says he this fountain to enjoy the charm of the beautiful grounds. end such bright additions as pictured above' '

touch with the heads ((4)). Here also is an'ancient Indian! burial ground. I Conscience The thing which
big <<:concerns.' St. Augustine welcomed service personnel and offers a comfortable and friendly USO Center near hurts when everything else feels

"Yes, I know. He's a the Bridge of the Lions, with busses running from here out to the Dew by beach. good.I .

"TI1 rmwtr*,-V* -


Eight JAX AIR NEWS 30 May 1946

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Locals Bow To Terminal
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; Ft. Jackson; Play at 1615

With a record of fifteen wins and six losses, the Jax:

r. ... rv$ $* NAS baseball squad tangles with the Oceana (Va.) NAS

(01\ iTHi iltin <#nift 4&*& "* nine in the first game of a two-tilt series today on Mason

1 Field at 1615. Another game between the two squads is

scheduled for 1615 tomorrow. The locals also travel to South

Carolina on Sunday for a game with the Parris Island Ma-

,uuc .
--w..' awa4 -*' Three losses were hung on the

Flier outfit last week, as the
\ Bowlers Enter Big vastly .changed NAS club fell be-

fore Jax Terminal 4-3 last Thurs-

Jacksonville Event; day, and then dropped a two-
i SHOWN ABOVE IS THE FLIER baseball team that started off the 1946 season. The men posted game series to Fort Jackson

I a record of fourteen wins and three losses before many of them were discharged. Kneeling, left to right, Drop City OutfitAfter (South Carolina) on Monday and

are Johnny McCullough, Johnny Johnson, Hank Miles, Jack Seidwitz, Manager "Frenchy" LaToures, Tuesday by scores of 5-1, and

t Bob Forbes (behind LaToures), Ed Llppeatt, Bill Evans, Jack Feehan, and Joe Wentworth. Standing an impressive 121-pin win 7-2.

are Coach Lloyd Lux, Jack Clark, Chris Cagle, Randy Elvington, Bill Berner, Don Meier, John Schmitz, over the Jacksonville Rebels, a TERMINAL COPS 4-3

Art Schmagel Bob Mallory, Bill DeMars, Pete Tin sley, Chuck Shields, and Comdr.;Warren P. McGuirk, city team, the NAS bowlers have In the Terminal ,
head of at NAS. Lost to the tea Coach Johnson scrap, te'locals
Physical Training m by discharge were Lux McCullough, entered a four-man squad in the held 3-2 lead
Cagle Clark, Feehan, Shields, Meier, DeMars, and Rlghtfielder Charles Pellegrini, who is not shown. big Jacksonville Journal Tourna- a until ,
.. fatal eighth frame when the city
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ment that 3 June. Five hun-
nine shoved one run across the
Round-Robin Opens Down IATU 6-5 dred dollars in prizes are the fruitsof plate on a pair of bingles, and
victory for the winning teams, then got the winning tally when

Marine Captain VSB 360 Leads In Admiral's and the local quartet will be facing Owen Reeves drew a walk with
rougher competition than they the sacks full. The Fliers otfthit

have had to meet all year. They the rival club, but didn't get the

: Shoots Hole-ln-1' Trophy Race IATU Second have shown the power in past performances breaks in the clutch, whereas the

however, that should Terminal men collected three"blooper"
1 The Round-Robin Golf Tournament
place them near the top in the blows when they hr.d
last week's Softball the rise of VSB
I officially got under way on Highlighting was Journal event. Making up the men on third base Pete Tinsleyand

I the Station course yesterday with 360 to the first place spot in the Admiral's Trophy race. NAS entry in the tourney are Flier John "Bullet" Schmitz shar-

I a field of eight officer teams and 360 got to the top by downing IATU on Friday, 21 May, bowlers Boozer, Mader, Gray, and ed the mound duties for Lt.
two enlisted The teams
include eight each, and ap- 6-5. The change in lead marked the first time this year that McCain. I Comdr Jim cCachren's team,
Last Friday, 24 May, the pin- Tinsley giving up five safeties in
in first
proximately 80 fairway fans will IATU was not place.
busters the Rebels three innings, and Schmitz allowing -
) be teeing off on the local links With IATU in front 5-i in the fourth frame, Pattersonof 2680-2559 dropped count. Kesse led the by local a.- but two bingles in six.

every day ,of this week, as the finals 360 rapped out a circuit blow to I bowlers set of Reeves was the big gun at ue
rolling a high
in the Best-Ball Tournamenthave have to win all four to gain a tie
tie the count, and then Cowell of 1 566 and a high game of 219. Le- I plate for Terminal petting a
not yet been finished. Any 360 knocked in the winning run in with 360. Fevre of the Rebels was the indi- triple and a single in five timesup.
men still anxious to enter the the fifth Inning with another round In the Commandant's League, Centerfielaer Bill Evans led
vidual star of the however
night, ,
round-robin can only do so by tripper. Maxwell hurled for the the Naval Hospital nine moved into NAS with two base blows in

playing and eliminating, the last VSB squad and limited the IATU first place last week with a 6-4 as he had of a set Other of 1 573 NAS, and high four trips to t.e plate. NAS collected -
man on the squad that they wish crew to two hits. Last Tuesday 28 triumph over the Dispensary team. game eight base knocks font
to play for. May, VSB 360 strengthened their The Marines had held the lead, but who rolled 200 scores were Mc- Howard Parson, the Terminal
Cain with a 204 in his third round,
were knocked off by the Radio
lead in the Admiral's race with a tosser.
entered the
The teams that have
Lab, 7-1. and the Hospital took and Gray, who had a 201 in his second -
16-7 win VSB 367. With only I
event, and the first round matches over effort. Tucker of the Rebels FT. JACKSON TAKES TWO
NAATC, captainedby two more league games to go, 360 over. I
yesterday were
; rolled 208. Fort Jackson accounts
Leading the Hospital to its win a squared
to have the inside trackto
Captain F. T. Ward, versus the appears
the Admiral's Trophy championship was Haman. He chucked two-hit LeFevre and )Lowman, two of the with NAS Monday and Tuesday.
Station Team, captained by Comdr.W. They played VSB 370 to- ball against the Dispensary and Rebel squadmen. led the list of for they had dropped a pair of
P. McGuirk the Advanced Aviation -
to the Fliers the first of
had the game under control in the Jacksonville Tournament frames
day, and will meet VSB 374 tomor qualifiers -
Training Team, with Comdr.R.
this month. In the
throughout. Asbart paced the Dispensary and game
The second place IATU squad judging by comparative -
L. Shifley as head man, versus
clouters with homer but Monday, the Fliers held a slim
a ,
has four games to go, and would I scores it would seem that the
the PBM team with Comdr. Suth-
Lindenman retaliated for the Hos- Fliers" have a team capable of 1-0 edge until the eighth frame

erland as pilot; VSB, captained by pital in the third inning, with a walking off with the honors come the run coming when Chuck

Lt. Comdr. J. 11. Irrobino, versus Bill DeMars Flier round-trip blow of his own. I 3 June. Stewart had hit himself into
ATU Lt. S. G. Kona as captain; Three service-city games were scoring position with a right
Mainside enlisted men versus NAT- held last week and the city teams Following is the scoring of the field triple. Tinsley hurled again

TCenter enlisted men with ACM D. Sports Star For Two emerged on top each time. On I Flier-Rebel clash: for NAS, giving up _' hits in his

Sweeney heading the Mainside Thursday, 23 May, the Ortega >.%s nine-inning effort, while his team
I Boozer .. ..... . Ill ,
crew, and C. II. Cravens headingthe Years Is Discharged nine, champs of the Riverside dis- 198 was getting seven safeties from
Mader .. .. ...... . 156 181
NATTC bunch. I trict in town, dropped Communi- I Kesse .......... 175 172 219 'Shorty" Bryan, the army twirl-
Both the Best-Ball and the Bill DeMars, ARM3c for two cations by an 11-7 count. John McCain ........... .. 176 166 tat( er. Fort Jackson scored nil their
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I Gray 169 201 185
Round-Robin events took a back years a standout player on the Chitty was the star for the city Trenton .. .... .. .. ... 179 158 five runs in the eighth when
seat to Marine Captain A. F. Ti- Flier I Baseball and Basketball team as he hurled a two-hit game, Total: 2680 they capitalized on a pair of Navy

tus last week for he sunk the squads received his discharge yes- and also led the Ortega hitters JACKSONVILLE RFBHSLeFevie : : I miscues and three hits. CatcherEd
.. .. .. 232 192 149
first hole-in-one the terday and is en route to Ft with a single, double, and triple in Lippeatt and Stewart paced
ever seen on Tucker . ....... 152 190 208
Flier golf course on the par 3 third Worth, Tex., where he'll start play- three trips to the platter. In the Oberdofer ........ .. 15S 156 163 the Jax batters, Lippeatt with
hole. For those who would like ing baseball for the Ft. Worth final game on the 23rd, Cornell Friedman .....-..... 147 187 172 two hits in four times up, and
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Lownun 137 150 166
Service capitalized on a flock ot Stewart with to for three.
to tiy and duplicate Capt. Titus' club that'is currently on top in ., Total: 2559
feat it might be well to know that the Texas League. Dispensary errors to gain a 17-7 The second gane with Jacksonsaw

the club he used on the 160-yard DeMars reported aboard NASin verdict.On the' Fliers make seven errors
hole Tuesday, 28 May( the South- Lt. Lux Will losing 7-2. The soldiers
was a spoon January, 1944 after taking his Lloyd
ern Bell softball team from Jack- II. Schnitz
rapped and Tinsley for
---- boot training at Newport, R. I.,
sonville downed the nine
12 hits, as Jcl.mitz had trouble
and he broke into the sportslite Be Baseball Coach
6-2. Johnson and Tuttle hurled for with the mound
Army and
NAS Netters Take when he starred at forward on Southern Bell and fanned 11 men nine hits in six gave
up sessions. Tins-
Coach Sax Elliott's 44-45 basket-
in their triumph. A home run by At Penn. School
gave up hits in three
ball team. Then he performed at
Second Win Over pitcher Haman with teammate innings. The locals
shortstop for the strong 45 Flier Moone on base, accounted for the Lt. Lloyd Lux, the Flier Var- missed the bat of DeMar

Springfield ClubThe horsehiders. Again in 1046, De- two Hospital runs. II sity basketball and baseball coach and Shields: as power they could gebut _
Mars was a crack eager, and led In the preliminary to the Southern this year, goes on terminal leave five safeties from Leary,

Springfield Tennis Club this year's baseball team in hittingand Bell-Hospital game, the tomorrow after being in the Jax Jackson's twirler. Lippeatt accounted -
runs batted in. WAVES varsity banged out a 16- NAS Physical Training Depart
came over to NAS last Sunday, for the Flier scores "hen
The absence of DeMars in the 6 victory over the Hospital ment for the part ten months,
26 May, for a return engagementwith he drove a double to right fieldin
baseball lineup will seriously crip- WAVES. serving as head basketball coacn the
: first
the Flier racketmen and were Frame with two men
sent back to Jacksonville on the ple the squad's effectiveness, as and baseball coach for the '45-46 on.
he was a .400 hitter and his bin-
short end of a 7-3 score. Barracks 713 Holds season Box Star, First Ft. Jackson Came
in the clutch smashed home
Bill Smith again led the NAS 22 runs. The Brooklyn boy is re- WAVES Softball Lead Coach to Lux operate will a goto boys camp Pennsylvania for- NAB McUrath. 2b>> AD 4 1 1 P2 5

crew as he breezed through Boy- putedly a Dodger fan, and as Ft. Two games between WAVES the remainder of the summer, and ECvnni, ct 4 I 1 1
kin Dozier without the loss of Mile.. 5b 4 0 1 t
Worth is farm club it
a Dodger
I softball teams and city squads then intends to return to West Forbes, Ib 3 0 9 0
set, 6-0, 6-0. Smith has yet to might not be long before the name were scheduled for last night at Chester State Teachers College in Clark IfLippeatt I 0 0 1

lose a set while playing for the of "DeMars" Is being bandied the Municipal Diamond in Jacksonville Pennsylvania, wnere he will be tTiniley 4 I 8 Z
Fliers. Other local winners were around Ebbets Field, home of dem 1 p 4 0 0 1
when the Naval Hospital freshman football coach, varsity Wentworth M 3 0 2 I
Bill Pou, who dropped Jimmie oh-so-famous "burns"! I WAVES went up again the basKet.-all coach, and assistant Stewart, rf :3 1& 1 0
Wiltshire, 6-3, 6-4; Ellsworth Don- -
Bell in
Southern girls a practice baseball mentor -u i
nell; who scored a 6-3, 6-0 win Total 33 7
game, and the WAVES varsity The teams under the tutelageof FT. JACKSONOlnutead. AD H PO A
i over Morton Blalock; Lou Shen- opens with the Barbee Motors If 3 1 3 0
1 AS for
Lt. Lux
ker, and Jim Mlelke. team. Both were slated to at speak Gille.ple, Sb t 0 0 a
themselves. His basketball teamof Lowery, ct 4 Z 1 0
In the doubles matches, the NAS be played under the lights, and the this ear placed sixth in the Kam 2b :3 1 a I
combination of Pou and Smith I F regular city league tilts are set final Dunkel> ratings of service Myer., rf 4 I Z 0
dunked Boykin and Wiltshire of to start some time next week. Stone e :3 1 Il J
basketball tean and wound .
up Simpson 4 Z 1 :2
Springfield, 6-3, 6-2. Donnell and In their games last week, the the season with a record of 25 Denton, Ib 3 0 I
Jay Burns of NAS defeated Gar- WAVE varsity edged the Hospital wins and seven losses. They also Bryan, p 6 1 0 o.

ren and Cohen 6-3, 6-4, for the squad for the second time, 16-6. took two Florida American Bas Total 32 10 27 -T -

other Flier doubles victory, Bla- Leading the varsity to its victorywas ketball Congress crowns. 'j he NAil 001 000 000-1
lock and Spearman took the third Ginnie Winkler who got a sin- current baseball record is fif- Ft. Jackion 000 000 05x-5

doubles match from the Navy pairof gle and two doubles in four tripsto teen wins and "X losses. Rune Stewart Olmsteail. Gilleiple,
Lowery, Kum Me'ero. Error. ,
the plate, and "Butch" Glover,
Shenker and Fillenbrown, 6-1, Succeeding Lux as head base- 2. Mile.. Bryan. Hum butted
6-3. Mrs. Grace Nelson of the city who got a double and a triple in In, .:van., Myeri, 8 tone, Dryan. Three
ball coach at N AS, is Lt. Comdr.
team beat Miss Helen of three times up. In the Intra-mural brae hits, Stewart. Sacrifice hit, Kam.
Perry league, the Hospital defeated Bar- Jim McCachren. He has a tough Sotlen bases, Gilli>,ple, McUrath. Evan.,
NAS, 6-2. 6-2, in the only women'smatch assignment cut out for him, Double play, MrUiath to Wentworth to
racks 720 10-5, and the league- .
of the day. .orb. Left on baien. NAS 4. Ft. Jack.
\ though, aa the team has been hard
Barracks 713 outfit
leading won
I Ron 7. Hits oft Bryan T In 9 Innings; off
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by default from Barracks 722. hit by discharges. TlnnU-y. 10 In 8 Inning.. Base on ball,
FLIERS TURN TO OWLS \. > J ,off Tinxley Si: off Bryan I. Struck out,
i by Bryan 10: by Tinsley 6. Winning pitcher
f (SEA) Players formerly with I I'f' MAKKIAGK TO \\lUSTLImSEA : STEPS HIGH AT '75 : Bryan: losing pitcher Tlnal.,. Tim

NAS Quonset, U. I., Navy Fliers 'j>' fP ( ) A secret marriage in (SEA) Seventy-flve-year-old .of game 2117. Umpire Blukliton and Spy

form the nucleus of the 1916 Topeka } Mexico was the reason why walker Tom Brown of Milwaukee, mour. .

f Kan., entry in pro baseball. t t George Temple, brother of actress who placed sixth made the young-

t Colorful Ray "Fido" Murphy, /i: Shirley, took up wrestling, his sters step in the National AAU MODEL MEN MEET

widely known prewar Western As- \ manager, Floyd Musgrave, said 25-kilometer walk at Belle Isle, Model racing: car enthusiastswill

sociation umpire, returned to the ,, ,-, cryptically Temple is busy on the Mich. Bill Mihalo of Detroit seta meet Monday at 1900 in Bldg.
Class C circuit as owner-manager I I I I Texas grunt-and-groan circuit record in winning the event for 726. All hands interested In this

of the Topeka Owls. BILL Vi MAIlS now. i the third consecutive year. 1 hobby are invited to attend.Page .