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4-No. 19 18 July, 1946 "IJ"

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command
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WAVES Celebrate 4th l

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l .MwM e..w 5s

y Anniversary 30 JulyObservance I

At NAS To Be Marked "

Dy Picnic, Parade And Swimming .a


N t Tuesday, 30 July, will mark the fourth anniversary of '
, the Women's Reserve, and although the number of WAVES 'I'

f still on active duty will be a far cry from the thousands on

hand to observe the date a year ago, appropriate ceremonies '

will be held throughout the naval establishment. :
The celebration here at NAS is still in the planning i

''j'jI es rat 1--==-=-- stage, but a gala picnic is expected f

1I 1 to highlight the day. The event is
Model Plane Meet
I slated for the WAVES area, and

will be accompanied by games,
Will Be Held On music, a Softball game, and a
"Splash Party" at the pool. Ex-
r WAVES and Yeomanettes from
SundayThe World War I are to be invited to
participate in the festivities, it was
midnight oil was burned understood.
steadily this week at the Main- Feature of the day's celebration
side Hobby Shop as NAS model will be a review of all WAVE enlisted -
airplane enthusiasts tinkered, altered and officer personnel aboard t.
adjusted and tuned up their the station. Comdr. Edith L. Stall-
craft in anticipation of the big U- ings will be the reviewing officer, ;
control meet to be staged Sundayat and will be accompanied by other !
1400 on the old parade grounds top-ranking officers. Practice sessions ;
Expecting stiff competition for will be held
-- -.---- -- ______n_...___......_... __,_ ___________________ ____________________________ I I the many awards being offered by 29 July at the athletic at 1600 field on 25 in and the
NOT ALL SAILORS AND WAVES are hepcats, jitterbugs, and Jive artists. The Navy has its share ; the Welfare Department, the model WAVES area. In addition to this
of longhairs-and at NAS it's particularly tempting to go in for that classical stuff with the sumptuous hobbyists have been preparing special review, appropriate cere-
surroundings in the Mainside Lounge. Looking over the extensive collection of fine records as they en- I I and grooming their planes with monies will be conducted with the
I Joy a bit of symphony are Phil Johnson, S2c and Cathy Lehman, Y2c left, and Peggy Morris, Y3c, and ,, loving care. An Atwood Cham- awarding of the Good Conduct rib-
M. J. Albano, F2c, right. Mrs. T Lachman one of the two hostesses at the Lounge, looks on with ap- pion engine will go to the winnerof bon to all those who have earned /
proval. Regular "Classical Hours" are held every Thursday evening, but music lovers may come in and the grand award, while a large the right to wear it.
listen to their favorite records anytime during the week. I It X-Acto Wood Carver's set and a This will be the first
__ peace-time
.__ __ __ ____ Falcon Speedster Model Kit will anniversary the WAVES are hav-
be awarded to first and second ing, and they are expected to make
t Seapower Is Profound OPEN HOUSE WILL BE HELD place winners in the Class C com- the most of it. Last year, despitethe
petition. war, the WAVES at NAS cel-
; Influence On Nations Class B winner will receive a I ebrated from Saturday through >i I
I TONIGHT AT THE WAVES CLUB medium sized X-Acto Wood Car- I Monday in a week-end chock full I
ver's set with the runner-up get- of activity. The festival began
Says Admiral DavisonThe ting an Atomic Model Kit. A Fireball Saturday afternoon with a Softball {.
Building 716, more popularly known as the WAVES Model Kit will be bestowed game, followed by the regular 1
profound influence of sea- Club and Craft Shop, is bidding for attention this week withan upon the winner of the best ap- Ship's Company dance which was
I on the rise and fall ot( na- model award.
power pearance moved from Mainside Auditorium
aboard the station attendan
invitation to all WAVES to
tions is an imperishable truth
The grand award will'be decidedon to the athletic mat in the WAVES
whose validity is attested by every "Open House" tonight. five points-speed, stability in recreation area for the occasion
page of history, Rear Admiral,. This "House Warming" is part of a program being in- flight, finish, originality of model, In addition to dancing "under the
Ralph E. Davison, Commandant of stituted to show what the Craft and ability of pilot. The judges will stars," guest performers staged a
the Seventh Naval District and crashing down in utter ruin .1 Shop and Club have to offer to all be non-members of the club. gala floor show.
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Are we so oblivious to the lessonsof WAVES, particularly those who First Item on the program will On Sunday, the WAVE officers ,
Training, asserted last Sunday at that we will not learn I recently reported from Miami. The be the judging of the general ap- enjoyed a boat ride on the St. I
Philadelphia during commissioning history building will be open from 1900 to pearance and finish of all entries. Johns with noon-time chow servedon
ceremonies of the carrier Salpan that our national existence is for- : 2030 and refreshments will be Next will come the Class C races, board. Another Softball game
Speaking of the might of sea- ever dependent on control of the served. then the Class B, and lastly, precision -, took place that afternoon. Mondaywas
power, the Admiral declared, sea?" I Chief SpS( ) Phyllis Poole and flying Judging will take place' marked by an "Open House"for
"Twice within a generation we Although Admiral Davison men- Margaret Llewellyn, SpS)3c( ) will after each event. invited guests at the WAVE .'
have seen Germany beaten to her tioned such proud fighting ships as i be on hand in the Craft Shop to offer If you wish to watch the meet, Ofticers' Quarters and an All- f
knees because she never under- the Constitution, Yorktown, Olympia instruction and answer ques- and the staccato roar of the pint- WAVE picnic. Guests of honor I
stood the proper application of Enterprise, and Franklin he tions about the various skills offered sized engines doesn't lead you directly were the Captain and the Execu- I
seapower in peace or war. spoke of great names like Hopkins, Winnie Jones, SpSlc( will to the spot, the old parade I tive Officer as Veil as other high- I
"Despite her early successes, the Lawrence, Decatur, Porter, Farra- be in charge of the lounge which I grounds are located at the cornerof ranking male officers aboard. I
S inexorable might which seapower gut, and Dewey, and cautioned, offers ping pong, cards, and gamesin Yorktown Avenue and Mustin The over-aU celebration will of '
I conferred upon Great Britain and "Let us never forget that it is addition to a radio and record Road. necessity be on a reduced scale this
the United States slowly throttledher men, not ships, which make a player well stocked with many year. But knowing the resource-
and finally brought her Navy." popular discs. fulness of the gals in blue, they'll
This "out-of-uniform" party
-------- I have a bang-up time just the same ,
(that means slacks, shorts, dungarees Beta Sigma Beta Sorority Is For most of the WAVES it will be I
Lt. McKay Heads WAVES or what have you) is re- sponsoring a Formal Dance at 2030 their last chance for a big get-to- i i
stricted to WAVES alone, althoughthe tonight at the Woman's Club on gether-and they're not going to J!
downstairs lounge is open to Riverside Avenue for officers. j pass up an opportunity like that )
fl Welfare And RecreationI WAVES and their guests ordinarily -
every evening from 1700 to\ -FOR MEET tl
2200. The topside lounge has been PREPARING
The welcome mat was rolled out equipped for gals only and in addition
last week for Lt. Anna F. McKay, of both Lt. Comdr. Katherine M. to the other facilities, pro j
I new WAVES Welfare and Recre- RaM and Lt. (jg) Verla M. Hill. vides a typewriter for anyone who
ation officer, who took over the Miss McKay, a :Floridian from cares to use it. jj
jobs left vacant by the departure Coral Gables, reported to NAS! The evening will be rounded out j
Party" at the jI
from the Women's Reserve Naval with a "Splash TI4es
WAVES pool from 2030 to 2200
Barracks in Miami where she had .
I been in charge of Welfare and under the direction of Chief SpS( ) _
Recreation as well as the Ship's Teddy Jackson and Skip Edge. Sp A jj I

Service store. (S)2c.) .. 65at
She entered the WAVES in

January, 1943, following her grad- Nurses Urged To
;. uation from the Florida State COllege ,
for Women. Her Bachelor's' Consider Careers j
t.I t.i t. in Education has
Degree Physical In Regular Navy !
I Nw been a governing factor in duty
l assignments, for after her indo- Nurses in the Naval Reserve' i', sS
trination at Northampton she was were urged last week in AINav o t l
i ordered to the Naval Training Sta- 365 to consider careers in the Reg- 1
tion at Hunter College, N. Y., as a ular Navy Nurse Corps. JI
physical education instructor and The directive pointed out that I
company commander. Next duty legislation: is to be requested to establish ;
was as Women's Reserve represen- the corps as a staff corpsof
tative and assistant personnel of- the Regular Navy with full

ficer at NAS Houma, La. She reported military rank from ensign to captain ; ... .. ... .
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Miami from there.1Like ----- -- -- --- -
to inclusive. In the meantime, 't
CLASSY MODELS WHICH will be entered In the U-control -
many others assigned to nurses of the active or inactive reserve I
Jacksonville these days, Miss Mc- whose requests for transferto meet here this Sunday get the once-over by three model airplane ,
not be around long the Regular Navy have been enthusiasts outside the Mainslda Hobby Shop. Examining the finer
enough Kay may to become fully acquaintedwith given favorable consideration will points of the entries are, left to right, E. P. Smith, S2c, of VSB;
She will be eligiblefor be commissioned in the Nurse Chief R. C. Knight of Welfare, director of the shop; and O. E Rage.,
release inactive duty in Aug- Corps U. S. Navy, with temporary Sic, of IATU. A number of awards have been provided by the Welfare .
ust, rank. Department for winning contestants. r


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 18 July 1946

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I; Elected By Fleet

f Reserve Association

I j Officers to serve during the coming REPORTER
II 1 year were elected last week
by Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve
Association at the regular semi-
weekly meeting.T. j Lola A. lAser, Vic
A. Davis of NATTC Disburs- ( ('E 1'I0N: What'N your favorite

ing wan named president, J. S. |, import ? .J
vice non SlMl'NON! Sic ,
: Kemp of the Boathouse, president
1 and W. E. Beals of ADU Ma- I Buffalo, N Y.
terial, secretary. They will be Installed | "Give me foot bull--at least to I
at the 14 August meeting:, watch. I think it is by far a more
w ; Other officials chosen by the intricate sport than any other.
4 u, membership include S. Hruska of Basketball is good for its quick
: thinking and speed but there's
SepCen Personnel, assistant l secretary -
: w C. A. McCain of the Execu- something about watching a guy
kI e tive Department, treasurer, B. M, |I I throw a 50-yard pass and have it
t Wilczerwskt of VM director, ,,', H. caught by its receiver that really
; Sandefer of NATTC Radio School, I gives you a thrill."
director I. S. Hoover of IA TU, director I FRANK 1'AKKS, ARM3C
W. M Bradford of A &: R I Chicago, Ill.
Battery Shop, director, and E. G. "If you were asking for the e
Johnson of A A R Planning, direc- 'summer, I'd take baseballthere's' "
nothing quite like a good world
tor.The local branch of the association 1 series game between two strongly
has grown phenomenally Or- i matched teams. In the way of
ganized with 12 members' ]last 'winter sports my choice wouldbe
Christmas Eve, 509 members are ice skating. We get a chanceto
4 now listed on the roster. The enthusiasm I do quite a bit of it up home."
and energy of both Davis 1HELEN SMITH! Y3c

and Beetle are largely responsiblefor Portland, Oregon
'rs the branch's success and expansion I "My favorite T Well, swimming
I guess tops the list. I'm not too
Branch 91 meets the l second and good-just paddle around-.-but I

WHEN THE BIKINI AREA was considered safe after the first atomic bomb test, scientists and engineers fourth Wednesday of each monthat I enjoy it. I like to watch someone -
WOW Hall at 125: East Bay who knows what it's all about,
swarmed aboard the target fleet to survey the damage. Some of the first pictures to reach the
Street. USN personnel with six orj especially 1 somebody who knows
.- V. s. via radio are shown here. Photo at ]left shows a section of the blasted USS PENNSYLVANIA I j more years of honorable serviceare how to dive."

I Upper) right, the light carrier USS INDEPENDENCE burns hours after the atomic explosion. Lower, eligible for membership and !MIKE !MiCAKTIIV, Y3c

right, the heavy cruiser USS PENSACOLA shows damaged superstructure. The second test, a shallow !, are invited to drop in on any Boston, Maw,
meeting night. I "Bowling, by a long shot It'sa
,, underwater blast' will be held 25 July.] good clean sport and the compe-
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tition is always keen, especially in
league play. The small side lets
Ships Of The Active Fleet Hospital you may have on high score, or total
'. strikes help to make the gamea
I little ,"

1 To Get Infra-red Equipment ChatterThe I I !MARY JOHNSON Dallas, Sk3c, Texas \

i I "If I were listing my preferencesI'd
(SEAi- Infra-red communications Hospital Staff "Shipwreck"dance Ylc say bowling first, then swim-
Lois A. letter
equipment that convert!8 scheduled for this evening ming or tennis. Bowling Is good !
10 standard Navy blinker light inti[ \1 is going to be a great success according | Say, mate, have you heard of the exercise and I get a Gig; kick .
0e to all indications. The big doings going on over in Bldg,
light invisible to the eyes of th< ta .. watching all the pins go down for
enemy was used on major ship; I "Sep Senders" are going to have 716 (the WAVES Club and Craft a strike- -mainly because I don't
1 music which will "send" many adant'er Shop tonight? They're holdingan get them very often But duringthe
The "Weiner" House" to acquaint all
roast sche- "Open summertime I prefer the other
w duled at the Grove, if it doesn't newcomers aboard the station with two
as they are a ]Jot of fun and
t} l xdx | rain, will no doubt appeal to those what they have to offer In the get you out in the sun."
i'who enjoy food prepared in the various skills and in the way of non IIE ItS1e
| rough, so all you Staff members be recreation--ping tong cards, etc. Denver, Colo.
''sure to be on hand at 1700 for The party starts at ll'OO. I "I like football- it's a rough I
I the roast, and at 2000 for the I The club will be staffed by the and ready game with plenty, of actionthat's -
i dance. Uniform-In clothes you Welfare girls] who'll be glad to answer what I like. F.rOpt't'C1, I
wear if you were shipwrecked! all your questions and serve
Official U S Nat q Photograph quick acting and thinking: 1 like
coffee and cookies. Incidentally -
you punch, ,
to watch a good basketball
To read messages sent by mean attend in
r M-m-m-m! A real sho'nuff wat- you between two evenly matched
of the otherwise invisible infra-red shorts, slacks or dungarees, and "
ermelon slicing! A-7, C-l. and D-l teams.
RV Y Q l9 yt /light, the Navy has developed thissimpl..t'pe at 2030 they are holding "Splash .
were the lucky wards last week. -- ---- --- -----
viewer used by the sig Party" at the pool. Give it a look- I
i Red Cross ward parties are still In Chicago (SEA)After 21 yearsof
nalman. full swing. So, watch the weekly see why don't you ? waiting, the name of Detective

schedules for watermelon cuttingson ,I I Joseph D. Glennon appealed <>n a
are aoo'e'the visible light range your wards this week Of interest to many WAVES : transfer order. But Detective
t | and infrared binocular style receivers !: aboard the station was the recent' Glennon had already been trans
change the rays back into I pal'-; marriage of Mary Frank, one of I ferred: he died last Febmary.
? I the visible light range. Red Cross for patients our ranks, to Sgt James Phillips, ----- -
a I I next Thursday night in the flee USMC in St. Edward's Chapel. The
The Navy also has developed ape Atlanta (SEA) -- Painstakingwork
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nn Hall, We have it that there will' bride wore the traditional (besides
t cial infra-red beacons to aid ship on the part of the Treasury
be Jots of good entertainment WAVES dream dresswhite) satin '
f V, S, Keif Photographs station-keeping at night. Suspended refreshments Department gave back to Marion
: AN.. from ship masts, the beacons I and dancing later. Jrs'' with ft long flowing veil and carried C. Bailey $U<80 of the $1,1.100> he
standard l searchlight a must on calendar of calls lillies. Her
your a bouquet
ships a formation to almost lost in a fire that destroyedhis
;:, holds' the special hood and filter, attendant, Helen Lysik, was at- j
the I home.
gauge accurately range and The other $?0 was
t' HUH viewer, lined for fending and bearing of other ships. The Red Cross welcomes two tired in aqua, and best man was burred) beyond recognition
receiving / infra-red Sgt. Murray Caba&e, USMC The I .
: mn"lff'a An infra-red\ device called a"snlperscope" new staff members, Miss Ruth- -------- -- -
light invisible to the naked eye. enabled Marines and I. mary McColl from Fayetteville, N. reception was held at Philip's at I j tions test and is interested in
p soldiers on Okinawa to detect infiltrating C., and Mrs. Irma Gross, Miami, Post and King Streets in Jax, with standing a volunteer watch at the
r installed) nn aU) ships of the active "sniperscope" shoots out an infra- and groom for the center of ate Kay at 82fc.
fleets. red beam that illuminates the tar- I traction. Best of luck to you newlyweds '
Special filters and hoods screen get and reflects the target imagein I Racine Wise SEA)Tom-toms ] The WAVES Softball team is doing (.
out ail but the infra-red rays which the rifle telescope.] I may beat the wedding march for -- its best to cop the ]lead in the
Navy dischargee Jerome Roberta, In case ;you haven't already received <- i league play which is now in ses
23, missionary student who will the word, the hours at the i sion. The games are usually played
Winner Of Flight STRAY ANIMALS marry Jean Undblad.] 22, next yearin WAVES' pool have been changed, I on Wednesday evenings at the Municipal -
I Africa. Jean has gone by and you can now make use of it Stadium in Jax, and bus
Team Contest To Be BEING ROUNDED plane to the Dark Continent, and from 1100 until 2100 dally Any-I transportation is provided. Call
her fiance plans to follow later. one who can pass the qualif ica-11 I B28& for further information

I ____,______ ______
Judges of the contest to name round up of all stray cats and I

the Flight Exhibition Team are dogs was begun this week on the

sifting through the entries seeking station and in the Dewey Park

a suitable name from among: housing area following the discovery -
r th '. hundred submitted and announcement that a number of dogs recently ,

of the winner in expected picked up were rabid.

next Meek. Station Memorandum No. 25-46, 7 F

The context met with overwhelming issued ]last week reminded all

success with entries hands that persons desiring tOj _

coining from captains to boots a* keep pets on the station or in

well a* scores of civilians both on Dewey Park must obtain written b'

and off the Air Station. Names i authority from the Execuive Officer 6 a iw li .
were received from cities clear and register them with the r .

atioM the country. In some cases Yard Office. The memo also pointed -
contestants<< even included sketches out that the license tag issued
insignia' te be used in conjunction -: by the Yard Office at the time of
with the name they had registration must be worn by the
letted. lIe-/j pet at all times, and that owners
;;-' Although the team ii away at'' of dogs and cats must either keep 'I

Offutt Field Omaha, Neb., participating i' them confined or under the supervision I II
in the World's Fair of Aviation of a responsible person when
it will probably be back at out-of-doors.
r '
, Jacksonville in time for the dec "erse,ns bitten by dogs having
laration of the winning name. rabies must undergo a series of 14 I I11 I-
No plans have yet been made painful inocculations, and it is !
: for the presentation of the prize, hoped the drive will nerve to rid
but the Jax Air News the ...
will be on station and Dewey Park of --- ------ -- ..
11'! hand, to Knap the picture of the loose-running cats and dogs PICTURED' ABOVE IS the gro up of youngsters from the Jackson;m; Jewish Center's summer day '\?
lucky person, and it will be published tamp which visited the station last week A tour which included) tri lining activities. the Boathouse
in the issue immediately following (ii Philosophy: Live alone and NATTC. the WAVES barracks, A A L R, and a movie was arranged by the Office of Public Information '
the ceremony. Jack itl> here Harry H. Kolitz, director of 1 the camp was In charge of the chll dren. j

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18 July, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three, "J

-- Jax Chapter Of

Caterpillar Being FormedAn ClubIs i AENSIDNiS I\

organizational meeting of the

41 / 'tit Jacksonville chapter of the famous R I

Caterpillar Club was held at I ..f
the VFW Hall in Jax Monday in I
the first move to estabish a chap
ter in this area
a The Caterpillar Club is well
i known to those in the field of avi
ation. In order to be qualified for I

membership a person must have I
saved his life by an emergency i
parachute lumn Since rnnra than'
-- -
10,000 members of the armed .

forces who were qualified through MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMs
their war-time experiences have

applied for membership, the club i is Y

decentralizing formed In all principal with chapters cities. being "THE CAT CREEPS," with L. Collier. Shows at 1730-2000. n

Chosen temporarily to direct the
destinies of the newly-formed outfit "THE RUNAROUND," with Ella Raines. Shows at 1730-2000.(

were James O. Atkins, president i. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
T ; Robert S. McCalla, vice president "LOVER COME BACK," starring George: Brent. Shows at 130-

I ; Andrew( V. Collins, secre 1730-2000. ,
tary-treasurer; : and George S. I"el- MONDAY

son, publicity director. They will "HER ADVENTUROUS NIGHT" with Dennis O'Keefe Showsat
serve until January when perma- 1730-2000.
nent officers will be c'ected. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

fr Also attending the session were I "SMOKY" featuring Anne Baxter ana Fred McMurray. Shows

Billy F. Williams, Hugo S. Bock, at 1730-2000.

Edward A. Theed, William S. Hor- "
ner, Melvin R. Van Gundy Rich STUDENT OFFICERS
ard H. Minor, L. D. Hatch, and
Robert E. Fooshee. THURSDAY ANU FRIDAY t

r -- ---_ I Meetings will be held the third "NIGHT AND DAY," with Cary Grant Show at 2000 only.
i Monday in each month. Air Station SATURDAY
I Altoona, la, (SEA-Isaac) Dju- personnel seeking to join the "HER HIGHNESS AND THE BELLBOY "
SEAIllinois' with Hedy Lamarr.
( Herb
McKenley, rekovic became a U. S. citizen by further
local chapter or desiring Show at 2000 only.
who recently bettered the 410-yard I being productive When Judge I Information may contact Lt. (Ogl) SUNDAY!
record will represent his natm George G. Patterson heard the 4
A. V. Collins in Bldg. 595 or at -THE RUNAROUND."
with Ella Raines. Show
at 2000
Jamaica in the 1948 Olympics at applicant was the father of twelve ext. 261. only. k
London. If Jamaica doesn't sendA children five of whom were In the es MONDAY" AND TUESDAY

Empire team, he will run for the British I I ISl"rvlce.mitted." he simply said, "He's ad. I I "LOVER COME BACK WEDNESDAY with George Brent. Show at 2000( only 'j

i "HER ADVENTUROUS NIGHT," with Dennis O'Keefe. Show at .1
2000 only. .

J 1 Z J it ;-z--- a 9 10 11U OTHER EVENTS j

FOIl SALE ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at :Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and ':;

UI L1S For Sale i C'ollspslbie! baby tarrl"I.(". steel l I Mustin Road 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily and at Gear Room, top- t
frame work rvHioiuibln price fall illS side Bldg. 726, 0800-1700 on work days.

16 17 16 19 20 1 or studio 2-.. 55.couch, excellent condition.; MODEL AIRPLANE SIIOl1-Rear of Bldg. 39 open 1200-2400
Ill! : 1 roll-away .bed with mattress, dally and week-ends Meetings at 2000 Mondays. ,t
she 1 wiH.ioiial choir ill: Royal l
; ROWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation x''
zl z3 24 zsb 1441A nhlfsl.J., c'n be Nelen.seen anytime ACMM[ i i No. 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700- \

after 6 p.m. I 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
za New tennis racket 1. $.1. 1335A Randolph BOXING For Information
z7 z9 30 31i St.. NAS. regardingo'orkoutlt, contact Lieut.
1 suit of officer's blues. good condition Comdr. A. J. Rubino extension 593; or report Mainside:! Mat after '
sl/e ;J6 regular, $25.: Tel. :2-5252.: 1500. '
3z 33 34 Baby bd.sslnette on wheels folding legs, "I
I MAINSIDE: J.Ot'NOI'-Formerly> the Reception Center, located In
Tel. 2-0942.
I $to Capt. Taylor
I Kroll baby bed and mattress never the South Wing of BuildingNQ.. 955, is open to NAS personnel and'I
I 3i37 38 39 40 41 used. Lt. Com dr. Klmball.! Ext 481.! I their guests from 1000 to 2200 dally. Available for wedding receptions
Hjrlev-Da\ld I :37-HO. motorcycle.' K.J. by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination raJk
BUsonelte, BIAS Bfks. A." Ext. 591 i -phonograph -
42 43 4 5 3-rooms u[ (furniture complete with available for use of all hands.LIBRARYLocated .
i : : uI Lt: : = r
dishes radio and lherwure.. $'i')0.< on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build- ,
Lang 1341A Randolph St., NAS. ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through
'7 49 50 3-rnoms of furniture, sold as a whole, Friday. Saturday
) : $,3i!IIO.> Lt. Kenfro, 4531: Blunt St. from 0800 to 1630 and on Sunday from 1200 to 2100. .!
'42 Buick sedanette. heater, radio SWIMMING: : Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming,
51 52 53 545P5 cur Ext.excellent S377. condition. Lt. Zelleis, 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, MOII..1<'rl. 0800-1900. Sat. 1000-1900.

? 8 of furniture. Lt. Zellers, Ext. Sun. 1200-1900.
3--i77; ; GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
'37 black Ford 2-door sedan.0\t good and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls: are available at Golf
buy al $!i50. J. W. Bryan. : t'SN
58 59 (Ret, EM. :8871. House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
FOR KKNT ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel with liberty

Single ilvei front bedroom In private. I cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300 Located south of Mason
5 7 9 home, private entrance, convenient t Field.

Double to VAS; bedroom bus. $10( per with Tel. 2-5765'Ixllefe ).,,1 I TENNIS: -Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train I

7 72 73 ; 5 *. :Mrs. Shashy, Tel. :-16Ol.W.X'l'EU :! : pi ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
Yorktown Roads:
I _
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W"IIl..tRiI from vicinity uf Klntf'i
Road mid E..'.....ood Avenue Murray I was slap, slap, click."
Hill or \tlolltlo Blvd. to N.\1"1'(" work ,I "With us, it was slap, slap, jingle
IIIii' hours from 07U to 1600. Cull "$27i, ." said the other.
"('RO"" 43-kind ot snake 1I..ompli.hPd 31-soles anew 35 IMIWIWII mm camera Ilt8i-12:30.workable W. 1. Prcler.condition. "Jingle? What was that?"
which crushes 7 title
I-Rriara lt. -lrlendI Prager. Ext. 2 8. "Our medals: "
-niile child 41-United trey Nations DOWN 3(>-a wing/ Ride from vicinity or 16th and Blvd.,,
hours 3-4:30.: Edith Brooks, Ext. 8501:
H rib- Oncanl.tallol1-Czar 37-consume
-n narrow A village character
Ixm ( cotton (labl 2-linn.)!lie or Tel. 3-141SW. was fillingout
-certain o 15 negative 3 land measure 39-a groove '41 Pontiac, club coupe or torpedo, 1 n' SALTY HUMOR FROM an income-tax blank and came 14-America lib) approached !V-persona who sit11turf15paid I' 1219B Hancock St., NAS. __HERE AND THERE Write in This Space." Incensed' at
6-either thoroughfare Ride from Five Points to NAS, near i I
notice stealthily
16-a dt'mnllratItkind! ot tree 7-a small moidingH-directed Bid4. tm: hours 8-4.30. Betty Jo Kuzklu I this limitation on his personal liberty
lye pronoun 52 rap 1 lightly near the top o(9-made haste Ext. 8(309. | With a grind of brakes the officer he penciled in the forbidden
18hll :M-any 55-answer (ab) 8-.1a projection S3-ampere (ab) ; Small dog around :Separation road. please."
21-t color !\>-an uncle from a card 58-a section Center no Identification. Ext. 8205.:
2.i-to puke 37-compass point 9-form ot "to be"5!(-Jewish month25employ LOST; Wrist watch with brown Uulhr "Say, Sonny," he called. "Did
58-sorrowful Ji>-a vegetable- (plUO, -musical note bund, Htnlnlviiii steel 1 ease. left 1 Inwanhromi you see an airplane come down The man In the moon isn't halfas
:'A\-hearing organ >-Indian tent 11-sea eagle 61-each (ab) "
on 1st deck of Supply .
BMrf. here?
AN-man' name tU-short sleep 17-like 83-a particle 11<). Touchton, Eat 8855. anywhere near" interesting as a lady in the sun
3O-to ffi.Jke.n 6IV-8hoit for Ed musical/note 64-window com Spanish lessons on conversational or "No sir the boy replied stickIng -
error ward 22-beloved partment general principle Mrs. Awher- Doc- his slingshot in his pocket. Take her up tenderly,
.'J2-form: <>( "to 65 agitate 24-girl's name 6ti- pigpen I tors'' Hospital, 2821 Riverside Ave., been
r Us" 67:: lightly wet 23 '.'vases 68 :wooden piece Tel.- 2-88M.! ( I "I've" only shooting at bottles Lift her with care,
.11-hurried afoot -tantalum :'ft-native of Arabia used In lx>wlat FOUND: The following Hems have Fashioned so slenderly
.14-male adult isyrn) -kind ot tree In* been found In .VUlnslda Auditorium Young and so fair,
3V! pompou shows 7i()'-to overthrow I pi) 71contln..nt (ab)
and can be picked up at office there: Two Marine veterans were brag- One more unfortunate
3H-green herbTZ-compass point :30-to Issue torth7t-ye: >> Span.)
I 1 green wallet, ID "Edward: Dennull,
age/ ( pi) 74-kind ot metal from a source 75-Sun Gal Jr" ; 1 black wallet ID "Donald J. I ging about their respective outfits. Shopping for hose, '
la-short lor Al- 7U-flat bottomed UiifflnKton". clothing lost In ladle I "When we presented arms" said Here's the ambulance I
J butt receptacle (Solution On rage Four) shower Ulnslde, on July 5, 1W. I I the first one, "all you could hear In she goes!

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W 5 ***' I No Surprise To Us I WILCO

The Jacksonville Journal, speaking edi- ( l t 5, lii-
Editorial Office torially last week 'endorsed the ideas of : ; .
Office of Public Information, Room 221 ri" b. ySt.
Administration Annex, Bide. 954 Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davison Comman- ,
Telephone Extension 8542 dant of the Seventh Naval District and .

Arthur M. Greene, EditorBob Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training ex- .'

Jean YJe Art Editor pressed to members of the local Rotary .. ,,
The JAX AIR NEWS !. published weekly at the U. S,
Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida, by the Office 01 i Club.Admiral "
Public Information at no expense to the government and in: Davison's viewpoint-that our
compliance with Secnav Circular Letter 43-526. 28 May 1945, tr4'r
Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Ai troubles are created not because we have O
Station, the Naval Air technical Training Center, th too much but because !
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command given up .. ....
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Nays' 1 we have not yet given up enough to a cen-
Air Gunners' School, the Ih S. Naval Hospital.
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davtion, tral body like the United Nations to guar- r+ ,
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Tracing antee world peace was lauded, but the

Captain Anthony R Brady. USN Commanding newspaper felt that it must have been a
Jacksonville Naval Air Station surprise to "some of the stalwarts."

Captain Naval Ford Air Technical N. Taylor,Training USN. Commanding Center The editor seemed to feel that it was

strange for such thoughts to eminate froma
Otl'Uio Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding
U. S. Naval Hospital high-ranking member of the "professionof '
arms." But we fail to see why such a '(
Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USNR, CommandingNaval
Personnel Separation CenterLt. viewpoint should be greeted with raised eye

brows. Military leaders not \
are warmongers
Col. Alexander A. Vande rlft, Jr. USMC, Commanding '-0. ... -,_,
Marina Barracks ; they do not fight because they like "-- -:-...-

Curtain. R. R. Prlncr, USX Commanding war. They are as much interested if not .\* -::: --:; .
Naval Air Gunners School the man in the ;"" -:.
more so, as average preservation 'JlWy
Commander Howard E. Born, t'SN, Commanding of peace. '" \
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil :field
In a democratic country, the armed NEw
Capt. Albert William., USMCR .... .
Marine Aviation Detachment forces exist only to protect the nation What --

Tfc JAX AIR NEWS receive Shlp'i Editorial Association ma would be greater protection than a united, "Gee, Wilco there must be an easier way of getting a. .,,,
terial. Republication of credited: matter prohibited without workable international body like the United ruptured duck." 41r
rermiaaion of SEA Washington 25, D. C. Republication of an;y
ether matter, except by service publications! it prohibit Nations to keep the peace? So it is
without permission of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. tliinr iirmeiiol to fin/1 militnrv _
nn a man livering 'All Hands'
uu --0 Is1vnilow
: I
ways and means to avert war
The Old Shell Game Availabley
America can be thankful that her mili-

tary leaders think as Admiral Davison does DOCTORS EAST DOCTORS
Remember that wartime phrase "No Bon WEST Dr. Hume has told the SubscriptionSEA"All
der there's rationing, no wonder there are -that they like most all Americans, earn- story of his life as a physician in
so many shortages-the armed forces are estly desire peace. Too often in the past China. It is the story of the years I ( Hands,' 'the Navy's
getting it all"? nations have been. led down the path of when "Westerners were beginning I general service magazine, is now
to try to understand Chinese medi- available on a yearly subscriptionbasis
national suicide '
by military who have
Well, the servicemen aren't getting the men cal thought and when China was to Navy personnel, former
blame anymore. The phrase has been givena influenced their countries to embark upon beginning to recognize the need Navy men and women now in civvies
twist. Now people "No wonder a course of conquest, aggression, and imperialistic of the Western approach to scien- and families of Navy person
new say expansion tific medicine". There are keen nel interested in following "All
can't materials to build a house or Hands" of
we get and sympathetic comments on Chi- reports the rapidly
anything else-the veterans are getting it And military men probably better than nese family official, and communallife changing U. S. Fleet.
all." anyone else realize that the next war may as well as many amusing "All Hands" will continue to
anecdotes. I cover all naval news and develop-
mean utter destruction for both sides. There
It's that servicemen who ments it did
hardlyfair were as throughout the
in the medical line is
forgetting will be no victor and vanquished in future war. Those who are serving or who
resented by many short-sighted people I FEVER DARK TREE, the storyof
scarce commodities during the war rocket and atomic warfare. Let us hope man's fight against malaria have served their country in the

that resentment that man has finally learned a lessonandthat from the time______ when____u_ _It_ n UllloH___ _A__lav._ Navy will find "All Hands" the best
are now feeling same as means of obtaining naval
ander of Macedon at the
civilians. They are accused of getting all the future generations will know of war his heightof advance and authentic information
power to World War II,
clothing, surplus property and housing only by reading history books. when it accounted for more than on policies and legislation, new directives ,.

The truth is that the veterans, like the ser- one half of the the total biggest casualties single problemsof and was rights and, guidance benefits, reports on veterans on scientific -

vicemen during the war, are being blamed unjustly the Pacific campaign. The bookIs and technical developments,
Perhaps the soldiers and the sailors also the story of quinine, the features on the lighter side of
did get more meat than civilians-would any life-saving drug, which until re- coverage nautical life and wide pictorial
cently had been
only effective
right-thinking person have had it any differently agent for controlling the disease. Subscriber's name and address
? And they didn't dine on steak three News orx1Vieuws f roinStat For the William Saroyan fans should be sent with a $2 yearly
times a day either-they got the amount of there is THE ADVENTURE OF subscription Documents to Superintendent of I
Government Printing
meat that expert dieticians said was neces- WESLEY JACKSON, and for the
D'llara followers HERE'S O'-' Washington 25, D. C.
for their strenuous routine. I .
sary HARA is a new collection of his I
In regard to veterans it's about the same I writings.. It includes three of hill i
"WIIATCIIA DOIN' novels; "Butterfield 8," ; High Altitude Study
story. The charges are just as ridiculous I "Hope ofileaven" I
The housing program has failed to material Are you trying to get something FOR 20 of his, best and short"Pal stories.Joey" besides Being Made By Navy

ize. New homes run at least $10,000 for a yourself, or make something OF yourself? FOR ONE SWEET GRAPE. by I (SEA)-For four full weeks,

half-way decent place What veteran with, Here are two familiar old tales. There Kate O'Brien is a dramatic novel four Navy volunteers will live in a

the exception of a few who had lucrative busi. once was a Russian peasant who did a great about Ana de Mendoza, Princessof special high-altitude pressure
chamber that will
simulate! conditions
Eboli who -
nesses even before the war can afford to buy' favor for the Czar. As a reward, the Czar tion and, her life risked for her love.reputa-The I, of a maximum of 29,000 feeta

at that price. And that's cheap A real estate promised to give him ownership of all thee story is laid in Spain at the time I I higher altitude than man has
firm in Jacksonville advertised over th land he could walk around in one day. At of Philip II and.his brilliant min- ever before been known to endure

week-end that it would soon offer six-room sunset the peasant, marking his beginning ister novel of state of, the Antonio London Perez.A without erations supplemental Everest," as oxygen.the experiment "Op-

houses in Fairfax Manor at $18,000 each 1 by dropping his hat on the ground set out world, NIGHT AND THE under-CITY is known, is the first test of
Few ex-G.I.'s could possibly have saved more across the plain. He circled wheat fields and by Gerald Kersh is a pre-war story its kind ever to be held. The return

than a thousand or two-most were unableto pasture lands, wooded slopes and large barns. of the sorry little people who make I to sea-level conditions will .

save anything. And even with the G.I. On and on he pressed until 'midday. Then, up His the description underworld of this of life a big is vivid city. take two purpose full days of the to accomplish.The test is to.

Bill, if he could borrow enough to buy a houseat in the lengthening shadows he turned backto although necessarily sordid.! study the physiological changes

these prices, his monthly payments wouldbe close the circle around the great farm that -- -- --- --- that take place in the human bodyas
$75 or more a month. When lights, water was to be his. Finally he saw ahead of him it acclimatizes itself to breath
and other charges are added what veteran the hat marking the end of his course. He We Don't Believe A 000 ing the feet air Doctors that exists and attendantswho above 29-

could possibly pay that each month? Afterall broke into a run, and just as the sun dipped I Thing He Says, Gals will test the subjects will visit ,I
salaries haven't gone quite that high So to the horizon he closed the circle-and fell them through a "pressure lock" 1M
who's (SEA)-Name it and you may with gradually adjusted air
getting these houses pressure -
A eterans ? Take I
dead.In get it! What is fat flat-chested,1 The visitors will
another guess. a land just south of Russia there once I knock-kneed, has ham-like thighs gen masks
It's the same story all the way down the lived a King named Midas. He prayed long and waddles when It walks? According '

line. The American Veterans' Committee has and hard that he might be made rich. At last .. anthropologist to University Dr. Wilson of Chicago Th1I1Triuu

to offer nylon stockings over the radio in or- he suggested to God that it would be fine if Krogan the answer is: the average M. ;

der to find returned servicemen a place to everything he touched turned to gold. His American woman At the Station
live with their families. The government request was granted and for a few hours he Two women members of Con- Road and Muslin Chapels Avenue Birminiham

has to plead over the air for people to share had a marvelous time making bullion of the gress and, Representatives Chase Going Jessie Woodhouse Sumner Protestant

their homes with veterans. Yet private common things. But mealtime came. He took issue with the learned pro-, 0730 E.-Holy W, Andrews Communion Chaplain

homes and apartment dwellings are being couldn't eat gold. Bedtime came. The golden fesor's survey remarking that 0930-NATTC Scrvlca-ChuplaJn J. B.
built all over Jacksonville although no- blankets were too heavy. His little daughtercame "women's figures have quite definitely Bittinger.
r improved through the 104S-r>!vina Service-Cb plan! B. C.
where near in prewar quantity. to bid him good night. He stretched years." Gilbert
1 forth his hand to her and she became gold. U1S-Th Young People'
I "The veterans are getting everything 1"That's --------- --- Vesper
\Ve spend lives seeking wealth and Answer to Today's Puzzler Hour-Small Chapel
a laugh. In fact the actual record Divine Servirta far Colored Personnel:
is a perfect sales talk for any recruiting of- praying God for the "touch of gold." Thereis .... Building aoc
ficer. a story running through the Old Testamentof e a r s.rr-. e'1 1430-Chaptaln D. C. Gilbert

a people seeking a land of milk and honey. r. s s -s -n' a. Catholic
They prayed for food once in the wilderness a r r t . 0700Mua.0900Mall..
JIOW HIGH THE CROWN and the Bible says "He fulfilled their re- s a .. e r e s 1 .. s se 1100-MuM

American women are spending $250,000- quest, but withal, He sent leanness to their a. a 11. s Christian Srirnr Service
I I 000 per year on millinery concoctions the I souls" ,_ a s r s 1100-Sundayi Small Chapel.Aa ,
I I r f. a. s s a s ,. Outdoor Nursery for small tntl-
,.- Department reported. Classing The Son of God, who had not where to lay I oran li maintained between 0900
.1. A .I' s at "
! these as "both sane4 rid frivolous the Department his head said to us, "Lay not up for your- 6 s l r r' t "I' and 1200.Waekday.

l"" observed in its May issue of Do- selves treasures upon earth ." Are you :7 ; r. e r a ,I, Jawlah Religious,Religious service Servirra and

mestic Commerce that although "men are trying to get something FOR yourself? Or, I r; r s s ..UOG-Frlda Fellowship In the Small Hour Chapel. ...

often amazed, women always love the sartorial are you trying to make something OF a. t a e. t a r Latter Day Saint. Service! ,.

concoctions referred to as 'hats'." self? a. s e t. s e r r as UtI-WednHd.-Mutual, Meeting, in
your-I'I Small .
So that's what they are 1 Chaplain John F. Olsc) I e r .!..a... I. 0 r "Cbtpcl. I

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18 July, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS. Page Five .I!

r Shop Committees Are INSIDE r .

\. Designed To Promote PUBLIC WORKSVIRGINIA .,
; f : r .,Fti f nsf r& i
: Tr -
C. ( > S :
Mutual Co-operation K. WALFOLK !: : :

According to all reports, the e t ,
Shop Committees! Shop commit- week-end of the Fourth was so .. '...... ',
tees! Election supervisors for them
strenuous that some of the men in y e
were plastered all over page five the department were glad to get ,r- > a
of the JAX AIR NEWS last week. t.
back to'work last week to rest Yk c Y,' '
Now comes the question, "What up. We heard stories about climb- ...," '4, ,
ARE Shop Committees?" For the ing trees to prune them, and cut- f 1 1t
{, many employees who have Joinedour ting lawns and hedges. There t \
ranks during: the past year it should really be some beautiful
might be well to review their alms Ar
lawns around town if all these l
purposes and scope. stories are true i 1 =
Y tf F
Shop Committees were Instituted 54
The this week to
big news seems
some years ago In all naval shore
establishments as a medium be the coming Shop Committee k-J
election. There's been real
and some :
through which management r
employees could meet to exchange Georgia "politicking" going on l
viewpoints, information and sug- with Russ Duguid (Design) takingup
gestions for the improvement of straw ballots' and all.

physical working conditions; un- From Maintenance we hear that
derstanding, and confidence for George H. Clark (Sanitation) has ( -
their common'advantage been off for quite a while becauseof : :

In no way should Shop Commit illness. His friends (and every- ,
tees be construed as grievance I one in Maintenance seems to be -
committees. Separate procedureshave his friend) all miss him and hopeto I 4'. t
been established for the see him back soon. Mrs. Lois
handling of personal grievances. Todd is back on the Job aftera

While an employee may request an trip to the hospital.A .

employee who is a member of a few days ago, E. D, Ether- ,..
Shop Committee to represent him edge (Labor Unit, Maintenance)
at a certain stage in the grievance sold his home in town and movedto MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WORKS Maintenance line crew
procedure, the shop committeemandoes the country. Such glowing ac- prepare to erect a pole which will carry one of the power lines now ,4.' .. '
not represent him as such, counts have been drifting around being relocated in an effort to reduce current shut-offs. In the cab
but merely as any other employee about all the chickens and vege- of the truck, constructed here at NAS for line crew use, is R. E. .1
would. tables and scuppernongs at his Perkins. C. R, Vandigriff, standing along side the truck, is super* T
Shop Committees do not committhe farm, everyone is wondering when vising F M Ironmonger, J. M Singley, J. R. Morrison and W. F,
employees they represent to Mr. Etheredge is going to havea Flick as they swing the pole toward the hole dug by W. T Taylor
any attitude or action. They do house-warming and invite the and F. F. Bevis, who are standing watching the operation In the ,
not prevent the employees from department out to a picnic. photo to the right, J. M Singley and W. F. Flick work on power
I lines with hot line sticks while two other linemen watch.
organizing, Joining, or refraining Mr. McMahon of Design flew to ,1
from joining any organized employees Cuba about a week ago for a .' ,. ;.
I group. The existance of Shriners' convention. Almost as
Line Crews Work Hard To I
Shop Committees does not takeaway soon as he got back, one of his Keep
from the Individual em- cockers had seven pups-and he I '
I ployee the right to approach the I considers them well worth coming I Down Station Power Shutoffs1IJ y ..
management as individuals or as I home for (Also hear he brought .
representatives of organized em- back some Cuban "products" over

ployee groups.It seventy years of age.) Next time the lights go out

Is Important to remember or the fans stop turning on a
that Shop Committees represent working conditions of all employeesin pity
\ ALL employees of a department a particular department are hot afternoon during a rain-

I and not trades alone, since the shared irrespective of trade. storm, don't blame Public

= SALLIES Works. In about 99 cases out

:. of 100 the power failure is not

II. here at NAS but in the city of
yA I Jacksonville's power plants from
pr- which NAS gets its electricity.
I Its true the station has its own
power plants, but these are emerg-
A four-day holiday plus an unexpected I
ency ones only-used during power
e s pay check sent Supply I I shut-offs by such vital activities as
a Department employees off with a I communications the 1
4f I radio operations InspectingThe
bang for their Fourth of July va- | tower, and the Naval Hospital
cation. We have to hand it to which would be seriously han-
the Accounting Department for|. dicapped without electricity. :
their special brand of service. With To carry the current from the
all the headaches connected with city line, two main lines have been I
figuring our new 14 per cent pay built on the station, each carrying Inspectors

increase, and a lot of adminis- 26000 volts One of these, run- HELEN C. BtRNETTE
trative raises, it was too much to ning along Enterprise Avenue, is SARA \'EItNE'r.:
hope that we would get paid aheadof only about two years old and in
time. Our gratitude to all in good condition, The other the John Finenco, Jr, chief inspector -
I Accounting who labored in order I original line installed when the has at last been given the "go"

that we might really celebrate station was built, ran through, the signal on the building of his nev1'
Here are the ways the following \ house. Anyone who can 'sling'
woods and was difficult to repairin ...
I spent the "Grand and gloriousFourth' the event of trouble because of a hammer, saw, or spade would be
a most welcome at the site of this
holidays Gussie Camp- I I its inaccessibility. To remedy this
e bell (Yard Delivery) enjoyed visiting lit is now being relocated along construction.. H Pascal is su-
her home in Lake Wales. I I Birmingham Avenue, the work be- pervising the loading and unload
Nancy Knight (Issue) hada ; ing done by the nine-man, day line ing of the concrete blocks; L. E.
Jordan is the technical advisor in
good time sunning, swimmingand crew of Public Works.
relaxing at her home In De- I When it is completed the hospital charge of the plumbing fixtures.
: land. Sara Kuder;: (Stock will be able to take power from Now they want to organize a refreshment -

I Control) and Betty Lotz (Issue) I both lines, rather than only one as committee.
thoroughly enjoyed their holidaysat in the past. It is hoped that this "Pop" Fowler, a well-known for.
I Daytona Beach Jacksonville I new line will eliminate the necessity mer inspector band-leader and
I Beach received as guests Bertha : of calling out the three-man, congenial worker is taking that
Mehlman, Margaret Morehead, 'night trouble crew at ungodly long-talked of trip to San Fran-
LUTHER F. PHILLIPS of the Supply Joiner shop Is pictured Florence Smith and Evelyn Win- hours on rainy and stormy nights Cisco. He and the Mrs. are attending -
here with his portable hand drill press which he perfected to save ney, all of Accounting, and Eliza Either of these lines will supply the Shriners' Convention
bits and money for the government. The drill press, designed I beth Slade (Administrative). : power in the event of failure of and, needless to say, they'11 have a
for use in drilling metal, can also be used for wood, and with Jerry Roberts (Requisition and Or- I the other. Hardly any interruptionin good time,

either. material_ provides a better, cleaner cut der) didn't do anything spectacular service will be noticed becausethe "Buck Brown' reports that his
-- --- -- -- ---- -- -
I ,-Just cleaned house. Bob changeover Is accomplished by boat ran so rapidly last Sunday
Phillips Wins $250 and Yvonne Ayers (Stock Control) high speed relays-taking onlya that he Just burned the motor com-

I caught up on their movie going fraction of a second pletely up. Didnt you have *

Kenneth Wilkins (Progress The linemen are a hard working brake, Buck?
It Hand Drill Press Saves & Report) spent his holidays at crew, on call 24 hours a day, 365 James..A. Morris has joined the
Keystone Lake. We hear that : days a 'ear. during the last hur- sewing circle in the Fabric Shopas
Job Claire Carter (Dispatch) was being ricane, they worked 36 hours inspector. Good luck to you
Labor Does Better
taught to play golf by her "One I I straight without sleep in the slashing with all those women.
II and Only", and actually beat him I rain. :Most of the linemen are .

Beneficial Suggestions haven't been in the news lately, at his own game. Wonder if Chief I old-timers, having four or five Time: During lunch hour
I of service at NAS to their
I years
Thomas was her Instructor: Scene: Aircraft Overhaul Inspection -
but a winner of $250'can't be overlooked or hidden. LutherF. I credit.In .
Phillips of the Supply joiner shop hit the jack-pot re- Several Follow-Up girls went on addition to their skill In the Office.
I trips: Edna Brunson visited her Subj: Miss Lillian Wolfe eatinga
and of
cently by devising a portable hand drill press. I daughter, Barbara Ann, at the Girl installation lines, the men are repair thoroughly power train- warm chocolate bar.

The portable frame for the hand drill was developed by Scout Camp. Virginia Shaw ed In First Aid to prevent possible P.S. The candy bar won the messy

Phillips when bits were very hard to obtain The old method drove down the State to Sarasota, fatalities through accidental con- battle. *
Beach and
Kissimmee, Daytona ,
--------- tact with high voltage wires by
of holding the drill by hand resulted I
ended up by catching seventeenfish We will now sing the second
well he drew for fellow crew members.So .
in the breakage of many tremely up plans I
at Punta Gorda. Lillian What's
"Wonder Becomeof
bits because the friction, burned it and submitted them as a beneficial if you are prone to start I stanza of
to Crescent
Harper enjoyed a trip Marable's
I 'Slipstick'after
\ i cussing every time there is a power
frame suggestion.
the bits. With the portable ,
Zola had
Epting an
City. will have solo
which E.
we a by
failure remember that it's not the
time has
the Is greater and cuts This is the first Phillips ,
at Gold Head Branch State
outing O. Carter entitled "The OPA has
submitted and it fault of one at NAS but the
better. Although the device was ever a suggestion I any
Parts "
Park. Engine reports Pork
He has been city of Jacksonville's antiquatedand my Chop.
met- handsomely.
designed to be used in drilling paid
with the of :
that exception one Miss Veronica Huss has been on
al, it can also be used for drilling at NAS since the fall of 1913, and believe overloaded power system.
knock-out victim which
the sick list for the several
to that he worked Failure of the power lines within past
wood. Instead of burning into the prior as a car- I
it or not, happened at home, all We be backon
days. hope you'Usoon
metal or wood, the drill now cuts penter with contractors all over the confines of the station have
cleanly. Florida for 14 years. have recovered from the Fourth been held to a minimum by the the Job, Veronica, 'cause we
lie once started to develop a celebrations and are accomplishing II hard work of the linemen, and it miss you'I'!I
One man can hold the drill with- work as usual. \\Ilhel- We wonder why certain folks
isn't fair to blame them
out fear of injury and two men do post-hole digger, but was unableto mina Rfegel (Stock Control) now everyUmethe to John
are trying upon
finance the project. Before he current goes off when it is
the amount of work formerly done home from
her three
has boys Stancil that he should build his
could raise enough to continue his generally the fault of lines off the
by six. school for their summer vacation, own home. Could It be a good
work the idea was developed station or city plants.
same power
When Phillips was faced with devoted her attention to
else. and she ----_._ investment for a single man, on
the problem of prolonging the life After by someone working In a Joiner shopall showing them a good time. Inci- cation trip through the east and do we dare guess that something,
of the hard-to-get bits, he started would think Phillips dentally, anybody wanting to swap north, which terminated in New else in the wind?
e work on his portable frame liedidn't day would long tire one of carpentry, but apartments, let her know. With York City. Henry evidently hada Arthur W. Pitts, inspector in

\ know what was going to de- he claims that he spends his leis- all those boys, she could use a high time, for he traveled the Final Assembly enjoyed a week's
velop, as he had no plans The ure time puttering around his 'bigger and better" apartment. Skyline Drive and spent most of leave at his home in Neptune
frame was the result -
, award-winning of his efforts. After trying it house making built-in cupboardsand Henry Bchrcns (Engine Parts) 'I' his time in high places including Beach Florida-with his littl.y

out and Induig it worked ext furniture. recently enjoyed an extended: va- skyscrapers. Stearman plane.


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'" I is a good bet that the annual .
|I Admirals inspection of the Center
MOVIE SCHEDULE will take place within the next
NATTC |I two weeks This is a working inspection 0\
: I designed to look into the

THURSDAY! -FAITHFUL IN MY FASHION, with Donna Reed efficiency and effectiveness of our
and Tom Drake. i I training program. The general appearance
of personnel and ground
i I will play a large part in determining -
and Willard Parker.
the impression of efficiency
t' SUM!\\' -TILL THE END OF TIME, starring Dorothy McGuire that the inspecting party will report

and Guy Madison I\ I It is up to all hands to make
i MONDAY AND TlIEsn.-\Y-NIGHT AND DAY, starring Cary an extra effort at cleaning up,

Grant and Alexis Smith. I f' I avoid throwing trash on grounds,
and so forth, be ready for the inspection
WEDXEM\ -THE RETURN OF RUSTY with Ted Donaldson'
I, and Barbara Wooddell.THURSDAYTHE. \ whenever it comes. Only
EducutionulOpportunities two day's notice of the date can
RUN-AROUND starring Ella Raines and Rod be expected.

t, Cameron. Some recent cases involving
sleeping on watch by the tire
YELLOW WATER OfferedThe watch show that men involved are
i "sticking their necks way out"
with benefit to them-
absolutely no
selves-which is a foolish
education of American Citizens outside the very
HOBBY SHOP Monday through Friday, 1700-2130, Saturday, serv- thing' to do, I'm sure you will
I, 1SOO-2130. New location in Bldg. 411, Wing No. 1, Instructors on duty ice, is the responsibility of civilian teachers and institutionsof agree This refers to the requirement

i for leather chaft, model airplanes, and plexiglass. learning. Though the educational activities carried on that the watch will be relieved

r BEER HALL-Open nightly 1730-2130. Outdoor and inside areas. within the Navy have as their main purpose the trainingof by the oncoming man in
Sandwiches and snacks available. front of the MAA shack and the
personnel that out specific tasks with
so may carry
shall tour
men together )
I. ,:OM In auditorium open daily,
understanding, efficiency and despatch, the Navy found it barracks before the watch is con-
ping pong and pool and lounge available.
advantageous also to assist service sidered relieved. Now the reason
I. BOWLING Six alleys behind Ship's Service available to all personnel to continue their formal level and ; the school where he this was put in the orders is to
personnel Monday through Saturday, 1700-2130. Free bowling if you education by a program of aca can do his best work make sure that the man coming
set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. demic-type courses. Some civilian The Navy cannot and does not on watch was actually awake ant.

MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB-NATTC Airdales) Meets Saturday educators and educational agencieshave tell school administrator how alert before taking over the watch.
morning at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg. found that many of the abilities much credit to give an Individualfor If the man to be relieved goes to

BALLROOM DANCE CLASS-Every Monday and Wednesday at skills, fundamental concepts, experience and training gained his relief's bunk and says. "Wakeup
the Hostess House. Beginners class 1900 to 2000. Advanced class, and values ordinarily learned by while in the Navy. It does offerto Joe, here are the belt aryl
I h 2000 to 2100. the individual In peacetime schoolIng arrange, evaluate, and submitto flashlight," and Joe says, "Okay,"
No other personnel will be admitted to the Hostess House between have been acquired by him during educational institutions for and then turns over and goes back
these hours. Navy training. They want to : whatever use they, in the Interest to sleep it is impossible to charge

'f' 8WDIl\IING-Pool No. Recreation for WAVES, WAVE Officers give the individual recognition a'\4 of the Individual and society, him with sleeping on watch but it
Couples, Family Groups-Children must be accompanied by par academic credit for service train- 1 I wish to put it to, All the information is possible to charge the man who,
ents. Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. ing so that he may, upon his return I it possesses on an individual'smilitary thought he was relieved with ab-

,'. Pool No. 2-For Male Personnel only-Enlisted and Officers. Monday to civilian status, be placed ,! experiences of educational sence from post of duty And
through Friday, 0900 to 1100. 1200 to 1400, 1500 to 1600 and 1700 I in our educational system at the significance. : that's exactly what will hapl>>en.
to 2100. Saturday 0900> to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. I The Educational Services Office Now why get yourself in a spot
I in Building 501, NATTC has several
like that for no good reason ? Relieve
GOLF-Station Course, daily from 1000 to sunset. Saturday and functions
specific I
Sunday from 0900-1700. Open to all personnel. Clubs available at Gear +I 1. To provide counseling determine the watch. exactly the waythe
Locker in Southslde of NATTC Auditorium. Monday through Saturday the individual educational orders ., .
1000-1700( Sunday 1030-1700. needs. !

MUSIC-Anyone interested In Joining the newly organized band. NATt en 2. To fill out, properly certify, Nagel USfi
contact Randals at Barracks 13. I and forward applications to the .
TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical Training Bldg various civilian educational Institutions
513. for credit received in servo Retires After

HOSTESS HOUSE:-Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sun ice schools. ;
day 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests 3. Administering High School
NATTC LHIKAUY-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through ecfs4ee and College General Educational 15 Yrs. ServiceWith

Friday-0930 to 2100: Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100. Development tests for High School

t ATHLETIC CiKAIl-Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training Diplomas and college credits. I With fifteen years of service in

f' Department, Bldg. 513. -t. Issuing Educational manualson Armed Forces behind; him,
bOnn\LL--Games in the Intramural Softball League are played many subjects to Naval personnel -
Once again the Separation pro Commander LeRoy B. Nagel l (DC),
r every week-day night beginning at 1700. gram has affected the editorial 5. To provide off-duty gasses in USN, will terminate his ten yeacain
staff of the Jax Air News. This
the Navy by receiving his discharge -
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE different subjects for personnel
week Sep-Center took two mem- this week from the Naval
and Correspondence
6. Advising obtaining
bers of the Public Information Of- Hospital here. A graduate of Ohio
l e JVCKs ONVILLE IlKACIIES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals courses from both the
fice '
of NATTCArdys State University, Class of 31, Mr.
: from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as :Navy) Surf bath- United States Armed Forces In-
Ing and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus Red- I stitute and 77 Colleges and Universities Nagel subsequently practiced for a
man SptS)2c) jj affiliated with the Edu- short time in Marion, Ohio, before
fare 25c.
editor, is beingdischarged \ cational serving for five years in the Army
NAVY MOTIILHS' IIOV1E&S HOUsE, 101 East Church Street. and *i Program. I Reserve Corps.Commander .
7. To information all'
UsO CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street, 311 West Duval will soon leave I provide on ,
of the colleges and universities of Nagel was first assigned
Street. USO WOMEN DIVISION 43 West Monroe Street. for her home
| to NATTC from Novem-
CANOEING, riSIIING, AND UOVTING: Cedar River on San country. I
town of Port .
8. To provide information on the"CI" ber, 1942 to July, 1943, and returned
I Juan Avenue Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on land, Oregon,
to this
Bill of Rights serve command
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor where she intends v I
9. To provide information and again on May, 1945 until his discharge
boats-J2.00 hour, five to eight people boat. to
per per con
guidance on all of the different vocations from the hospital, June 8,
1918. Mr. Nagel's for his
BLES. Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay ies for her BA I plans
Rides degree in Jour- Table 10. Issuing subjects.booklets on GI Round .post-discharge future are indefinite '

_alum._ ,,_.. Miss '.

". Political Democracy !'! for this week I lecture. Dr. Carle- man was attached to this office ar 'II
for 11 months serving as editor for
: ton, a prominent authority on the
8 months. She was a well known
Is Subject Of Lecture political sciences has chosen for his figure around the base and Bldg. ,

topic, "Political Democracy." All 500. We'll certainly miss her. Good
:a By Dr. W. G. Carleton hands are urged to attend this lecture bye Ardys. I

which will be given at the And so it goes-Ken Kasparek, ?
.f. As part of an educational pro. NATTC Auditorium at 1500, lor Y3c, sports editor
gressive program, this command Dr. Carleton has proven to be an of this section ..
I has obtained Dr. William G Carle- i I I interesting speaker on many occasions left for .. .
ton of. the University_t>f Florida home in t.

It AWARD AT INSPECTION I lease ka upon Nebras'l I ,, r

.. Navy. Ken was
..WO ""
z well known
}) r amongst the PT I
1 1y11 q
boys and well
r. liked, too. He
was always 1y
r .. willing and '

n"Gu 'u coverall
sports events even iyf it meant

t. as it usually did. giving up his own t
liberty. So long, Ken, and Good

Luck The! boxing tournament is in full S .j <
( swing with the "Chief Sinibaldi
going all out to make it a suc- J
cess. Sports writers from the local

: papers will be on hand to appraise l <,
our NATTC boys. So come on, I
boys, don't let NATTC down. ,

Oh, yes before'I forget your I
I editor is Arthur T. Koutsonikolis:
Sic Don't try to pronounce it. I
J Even he has to look at it twice-
when he gets up in the morning. I j

The heat in the movies was rat
BILL LE ROY, AOMSc receives congratulatory handshake from ther unbearable the put few days ji
i"" Commander Robert P. Beebe, USN, Executive Officer for his part but that will soon be taken care of, i
: in helping Patrol Bombing Squadron 101 earn the Navy Unit Com Mr. Muir assures us that the ventilation

mendation. Patrol Bombing Squadron 101 was cited for carrying system 1 U being repaired and '';'. -, :f : i -

out long-range daylight missions without fighter escort In the central will be ready in a few days If not _; .. ..;,...:..... ,' '.... ... -- ,
and southwest Pacific. Bray has been In the service for four in use already by the time this ,
yean. !Ill home is In Denver., Colorado. reaches the press.: "Is it stacked right, Chief I"i..t.

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!i :,. \ awWATER! Big Boxing T Tourney i,

; 1 ;P: J z Gets Underway Mondoy :

.... _J aft Smoker Tourney Offers .

Next to the atomic test being, \
Best Boxers At NATTC
made and the prices going: up the y Ly j
big talk here is the changes that are invited the All NATTC Boxing .
are being made with increasing,; AM hands see

lapidity At present a Chief does Tournament which will feature boxing at its Lest, The big
n't know where he may be assign. three day affair will get under way on Monday of next week 1? I

e>d the next day. Wonders never and continue through Tuesday and Wednesday.
tease, but the swimming Is fine
Notice! to all ha.nds-It has definitely Chief Al Sinibaldi has been training pugs for the past .1

been decided that there will E two months and now the sluggers I are in tip top shape for

_.__ __ __ _
at the
be no charge for swimming the three day shindig. Sinibaldi is I d -
pool If none of the recreational the coach of the boxing squad and Wllczesky In the second match.

facilities appeal to you, drop] also is responsible for matchingthe The young Taylor lad looked like

around and have a few hours t of boxers, besides acting as ref an up and coming lightweight contender -

laughing while listening to Don eree during each encounter. as he showed fine ring form

Hooten and "Wild Bill" Parkins, Sinibaldi is also conducting a'I' throughout the fight,

r They are deserving of their till class for Officers' children with 11 Complete results Monday night: :

"The Scuttle Butt Artists." novices already in the fold.Among Rinny Rutter won by TKO frOm >llRutter '.

The Brooklyn Bums have to take the youngsters attending the classes In the lint round.
back Beat in Baseball when Yellow Bruit THjrlor won from lIi..k l Wlhwuliy.T .
a Brent Billy and ,
I are: Taylor KUher won from Bob hw
Water and Cecil Field get at : things, I do know, however, that Dick Sams, Eddie W'irhousky, Joe Jim Jarvis won from Richard, Hrtk..
each others throats each Sunday, Stauffer Allan and Ronald Rut- Bib LmnUrt won from Jitnv R THE WORD. ,
"Smiling Jack Smelly," sure pitch ... there are two weeks of "jet"" ter, Allan Harris, Dick Wilczew- Herb MichHfl won from Tommy Thump- ,
Ball which, by the way, is the only jet Mn
cs a mean ball (Not a ) '
Oren Clark and Fred Wolfred
I From Aviation Fundamental course now being taught" sky Bill MrDowkll won from Ed Bfll
i it
From the looks of things \ from Tony Ce_
bouts were witnessed Bob MclK>n uiih won
won't be too long before the Oft. School. (Of course, as we were advised, Monday nights pstrnon.,
cars will be turning their hat; we omitted the parts about the by a record breaking crowd I Bob Bond and George Ctlumbtnc PrcwIn
that came to see the feature fight three round
' around and relieving, themselveSomething I S. K. Graham, AKM2o women in Memphis), of the night between Ronald Bon- \ Whiter l> won from Ed Ellin,
has gone haywire, while In AvFund, the AMM indoctrination Jack Schehrlei: won by TKO from Tel
' observing Siegford standing watch This is straight dope. A former covers seven instructional dy, pride of the AF School, and CI'",. >er in. the third round.
student from Class AFH is now in Bob Mangelsdorf, representing the i VonHld Boitly kiKxknl out 1M." Mss'prlslorf
the gate, he practiced for in the first and
on main hours; three part Marine Aviation Detachment Bon- In the firm round
and .
School in
like Marine, AMM Memphis, .
two hours saluting a four In the last part of the course
his letter to of the dy had little trouble disposing of
Is one
Better watch Mm, Gunner, it's not Those last four are the detailed I
interviewers in AvFund School: the Marine', doing the job In the
The first of them is devotedto
regulation mechanics school seems hours first round of the three round
This is the straight dope--An; i "The hand tools, especially those peculiar I Raiders Fliers 'jI
bout The Mauler metMangelsdorf
To tell Michigan
to to be good
me pretty ,
Petty Officer desiring to join 1 iiMorne to the AMM rate. In the
and the truth, Mr . it is better' I with a flurry of
real fun see Chief Lipe three hours the class is
next split
I and lefts that sent the Marine

than I expected. I II rights Divide Series
file your membership' for the PettOfficers' ; into groups, each group being assigned
I| "The first week starts off with i iI I ace to the canvas for the ten I
Club (Cecil Field). I II to a different job for one .
I general base familiarization and count before the fight had hardly
I could the
was hoping hour.
general engine nomenclature. The begun. The NATT Center Air Raiders

low-down on this but Port it seems and' Starboard that I second, week covers all the types Those hours are nearly an Alice Among the other outstanding copped two more ball games duringthe
liberty I
U S, (pardon me) Alfred- -Wonder. week. Wins came from
that the
(three) of magnetos matches during the eveningwere past
have i i it
someone might stamped their land tour of aircraft engines, Students I Georgia, and from NAS by
Secret and secured it from the< i Navy uses on planes Theory the Jim Jarvis-Richard Beck bout. Jesup
Top : and practical work, with emphasis remove the nose section and I Jarvis got the decision after' three I scores of 11-5 and 61. The two
does to :
If this come pas
pi ess and 'Glvi I on the latter, seems the best become acquainted with the reduction rounds of fast boxing that pleased' victories ran the Raiders' consecutive
"make mine straight"
way to learn, I complete the I gearing, prop governor, the huge crowd victory streak to 10 games but

me strength I third week tomorrow, and we've and oil passages. A different group Jack Schebries scored a TKO the Maln lde Fliers finally broke

covered carburetors' Stromberg : removes the ignition harness and over Ted' Clepper in the 3rd roundof the string by blasting the locals

Pistol and Holley are the most important I magnetos Another' group putts their fight. Referee Al Sinibaldi 11.4 in the second of the two game
NATTC and disassembles
Instead of two weeks on car series.
I At the same time, stppped the fight when it was very
buretors the fourth and fifth I one mag evident that Clepper' had no Lanky Len Jansen was the fair

Team To Be weeks are devoted to propellers: I other men are instructed in safety chance of winning, haired lad that hurled the Raidersto

Hamilton Curtiss and Aeroprop, wiring, -
Walter' Davenport and Ed Eilts victory over the vastly overconfident
Weeks, six, seven, and eight are For men wtih an eye to the future : Flier squad In Friday'a
a fine fight as did Bob Lambert
I put on
devoted to engine indoctrinationand there is the possibility of achievingan tussle on the local diamond. Jan-
and James Rouse
OrganizedGot general assemblies; and the I A and E license from the CAA Lambert winning the Davenportand I sen, a* usual went the entire

next three weeks are similar but after' they have been third class relpec'i i route allowing the Fliers just one
I tive fights
a good trigger flngf'r-8 more advanced In these last three worked on planes a. year, and run on five base hits The run came

steady f'Yf'1' OK! Then how weeks we get some actual line know welding I Two bouts were fought by the In the first frame on an error and

about giving us a hand with the organization work on F7F's, F8Fs etc, most I Among the requirements for Officers' sons which delighted the ,, a pair of hits, but from that pointon
and development of ,8 ly carrier-based. planes AMM is a combined' score in arithmetic -I crowd a great deal Ronny Rutter the Fliers couldn't touch the

successful NATTC Competltlv< The twelfth' to sixteenth weeks' and mechanics I mechanical ) won by TKO from Allan Rutter in i iI righthander again

Pistol Team* If you're interested, are still being set up, with different I of 105. "The Quota" you ask I the first bout and Brent Taylor I Belting Billy Berkes was the
different From 35 to 42 men each week. I took a close decision from Dick
Chief Stinger of the Link Trainei classes getting -___ __-- I hero' of the locals victory, The 17-
Instrument School, Building 455, 7 --- i sI I j ear-old catcher' of the Raiders

will 1>e glad to give you any infer drove in four of the runs In the

oration and all assistance : first inning he sent the Raiders

oNG\ away to a fine start by tingling

rOURM.c home two runners Then In the

Class 27 Wins I \) i fifth the Quaker Clouter belted a
two run homer into

Swimming MeetClass \ JULY222324 A1t.r However the Raiders' may lose
the services of the husky catcher

AF 27, with a total of 29! ". because of the injury he receivedin
in second game of the seriesBerkes ,
points walked away with the honors
was badly spiked
at the NATTC Swimming Meet' '
rw" ; "D"AMm" II left foot while he was cutting off
held here last Friday at the indoor :
; .
T in the first inning and
pool Class 28 with a total of 21 a I Flier tally

points 24 with 15 points, and 26( ..'.:< '." i ,, if', I had to be relieved later on dunng

with 12 points placed 2nd, 3rd and I f < F the encounter.'
.'r "'' The second" of the series
I game
; j
: ; \
4th iepeclively.competitive Woods diver was, will outstanding : ;., : '''' ) ; was all :Malnside's as the Fliersumped

.'. .. I Beardrn
1. on pitcher Ray
Onchele coming in second and Mor .><>
'' I for two runs In the first and five
gan taking third, .IAJ : : second to all but sew
Final outcome of the meet is ai JACK } : Ji more in the
\ '
: :
1 the contest at that point. toardE'n's -
;follows: '.GOoo lErr ; ; NYCCMPAGNCNE'' up
First Event 60 jtls. Fre'cestle ; : \ early' wildness and some very

1. Adams ; \ rasr PUNCHER j nose fielding put the Raiders in
,. > a-. < ;:! thf': hole from the start and theyere
2, White ,> {t< y. I ';" ; i.1 able
1 *; never to recover.
3. MOl ga.n ;$ : '1. : Nt. : ..
14&rond l Event: 50 > f p ,y. the eighth canto when John
1, Cialn '" '
I .i, .. THE CHIEF" Schmitz, the Fliers' brilliant right-
/ Hankins ,yr' ,, .. r flI.JI
2. ;o <<., ...(... II AlSlNiBAtDI, 4 4c 1 lander weakened after allowing

3.Third Kennedy Even: 50 }'ds. .Irwuot I '1' '. ,: l'. ,.'. \ ::>.:. .- j jq."y only four hits up to that time

< C \. /" d 3chmltz allowed three' bases on
,. I If
1, Taylor .tt..". "';,..,,' _.... ::Ii *, .. t! jails, a two-base hit by Lefty Jenkins -
2. l'outtu f' ''='' T : .. .1t batsman beforeeing
and hit one
3. Hardstock 1> '" t..< t < i ,'.A J .;:. *1Wt'"' gp f He also
"" < '" < relieved Hartman -
)<'ollrthf'ol: 100 J'dl "'rt'flltle r.. : O\ ." ,, 'u' y
.. '4> '. ." <. .. 4ttjfL4f; continued to issue free paws
1. Houston '; .
tf: ) : locals had
< .><. < And by the time the "
3. Waataja <{ "'" : walking around the bases" .',
fifth ";,,'nl: Diving '. <. p topped ,
< '. '' they had four tallies to their
: .
I 1. Wood ';.{ : ; :': 'i; 1 relit tiThe

2. Oschcle JIM' Jx\Pv//s\ / R DICK\ AYpAUD victory and the defeat' gave '

3. Morgan 15V Medley. "TRICkY" \ ,. .,/ "POw'ERFI.IL.RIGH1" the Raiders a record of seven wins
Hlxth Event: } H. '
I md seven loose' in the NATA Conference -
1. Class AF 27 -
\ The next opportunity
2 Class ;
the: Raiders to add victories will
: Class AF 24
3 !
R -l ('me this week-end: when they
B \rnth Event: trwfcljle y BOB MCGLOTHLIN
make the long trip to Ottumwa,
I I1l'
AF 28
1. Class
2. Class AF 26 '. I '1'; ;owa to meet a potent Pre-flight
,/'.'4 bam: there The Hawkeyes at one .v
AF "
3. Class .
It. r the NATA Con'erence -
time were leading ,
added .
As an U .
but have been replaced by
Ylc, displaying .
form and precision timing, gave a THE ABOVE LAYOUT shows Chlefl Al Sinibaldi and six of his best leather clingers! who will see the: Ward Inland NATTC team.

diving exhibition during the short plenty of fast action In the three day boxing tourney which. will get going Monday of next week and I Last week's' gamer U HE\' '"'

intermission. Miss Hoerger' holds continue Tuesday and Wednesday Team
State and National Diving Ronald Bondy, the hard-hitting AF student from Dearborn, Michigan will definitely be one of the. lAS Fliers 100 000 000-.1 6 l 3
t numerous
and swimming records and tcp contenders with plenty of backing coming his way after his fast knockout of Bob Mengelsdorf.Bondys alders 300 012 OOx- 6 6 2

main opposition will probably come from Dick Ayraiul, as both of the $sluggers hit the Seidwltz, Hartman and Berner; .,
Fairbanks In the same weight cla!*. Ajraud owns decision\ over Bondy in their first meeting and the arisen and BerkesTeam '
RUB ; t'
l drew in their second fight '
on a truck seen in Providence two battlers
: Other top flight pugilists who are ready to go for the titles are Jack Schebnes. who won by a NAB Fliers 250 030 00111 12 0

"This truck stops for all railroad TKO in his latest hght Jim Jarvis, the speedy little boxer who won a fine fight from Richard Betk: alders OOO 000 040- 452 l '.}

crossings, redheads and brunettes Monday night. Bob Lambert and Heib' Michael a pair of newcomers who can be tagged as dark-horses. Schmitz Hartman and LJppeatt,

and will back up a half.mile fora Still other clouteis' includeBob McGlothin, Bill McDowel, Bob McDonough, Bob Bond, George Searden,' Crawford and Berkes. <11IS

I blonde." Columbine, Walter Davenport, Tony Compagnone, Richard Beck, Bob Ross and Ed Em,. Jlenne.

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Highlighting the golf action at zaa ib b i To Play Banana
NAS last week was the returnof
the round-robin tourney play River NAS In

and the Flier link squad's impressive -. Two League Tilts Q'j,
win in a three -way match +

with Banana River, Fort Lauder- p Banana River NAS plays
dale, and the Grads'
team. Academy host to the local NAS Fliers
In the round-robin matches, the k : v d C tomorrow and Saturday in a

NATTC officers outfit was the pair of Service League tilts

surprise of the week,' as they a that will see Coach Jim McCachren's -
turned In two sterling wins, onea ;
; men trying to get
plus-three victory over the for
with a double victory over a
mer leaders of the first division,
the VSB Helldivers. In order, league opponent, something they've
s, r 1'' hP been unable to do since they took
the NATTC men turned back the
two from Ward Island
NATTC enlisted men two-up on fl1? games 'j
a. NATTC back in
way early May.
2 July, then dropped the Hell. '
In league tussle since those
divers three-up on 9 July, and the
Ward Island the Fliers have
next day defeated the NAS enlisted games,
had to be content with a split-
men six-up. The three triumphs -
netted the NATTC officers if J "' whether they were playing the
team rated in the Conference
as tops -
first place in their division with .4 t'
or the outfit said to be the
plus 11 points.
The NATTC enlisted men hold i..i 2 2 a off. k, R crew.
second place In the top class with' >q It will be a different team tac
six points, while the :Mainside en- kling Banana River tomorrow, for
listed crew are far back in third 5 Coach McCachren has seen 22
first-rate ball players leave the \
place with a minus-five score that 4 aSS
ties them with ATD. The ... Jax fold via the discharge route. 'TilJ
big "
losers of the week were the Hell- NAVAL A 3 YiJD : HERE for aviation ind ctrtat1on will be' serious contenders in No matter how the Fliers fare

divers, and they bring up the the forthcoming Naval Air Training Athletic Conferences Swimming Championships. Ens. J. D. Corse, against Banana River, it should be
said that Coach
McCachren has
with minus
The rear second a division seven had but (left) a Jacksonville man, can be counted on to gain valuable points for his squad. A 50 and 100 meter done, and is doing, a fine job in

match last week, the NAS officers free style ace, he earned his varsity letter"in swimming last year at Annapolis Ens. D. R. Mayer of'' giving Mainside men a fine brandof

taking a plus-two win over Litchfield, Conn., (center) is a distance swimmer. He won his letter by splashing through the 200 and baseball to watch-he.had more
than his share of bad breaks with
IATU. This placed the NAS of- 400 meter free style grinds. Ens. O. S, Hollett of Boston (right) will compete in the 50 and 100 meter
players but NAS sailors
ficers In first place with two
points, VSB 'Red" in second plus place free style races for the Academy Grads' team. He was a varsity letter winner in swimming at Annapolislast were always presented with at

with a score of zero, and IATU year. least one, fast, nine-inning ball
trailing with' minus-two. The third game a week.

bracket was inactive, and only two Last Friday and Saturday, the
teams are entered, PBM: and Service League Swim ChampionshipsWill Fliers met their cross-station ri.
CNAATRA vals, the NATTC Air Raiders, in
The four-way meet which was i two games that were to crown the

won by the Flier linkmasters was Get Started Here On 25 July station champs. However, the pro
held Saturday, 13 June, on the verbial "Flier Split" made its appearance -
Banana River course. Collecting N t:!.raaaauuaab. __.__ ...,. v_,a u.. _o ".aC' 'a.aa.awauc''''_'__1..1_ __ _______ again, and the two teams
51 markers out of a possible 54, sportlite this week, for it won't belong I qualifying divers On Thursday made "names" for themselves in are now nght back where they
the locals easily trounced their now before the big Naval Air night at 2000, the finals in the 50 college and professional circles be- started, NATTC took the first
nearest competitors, the Academy Training Athletic Conference I and 200 meter free style races will fore they entered the servIce. Per- fracas, 6-1. and then NAS bounced
Grads team, which had 28. In Swimming Championships will be be the big attraction, while the haps the best known pertormer to back to blast their little brothers,
second place was Banana River run off in the large indoor pool finals with 100 meter freestyleand Jacksonville fans is Bruce Harlan, 11-4.
with 17 points, and Fort Lauderdale located in the NATTC area. Next breast stroke races, and the the NATTC diver who has thrilled In the Friday game, the Air
finished last with 12 digits Thursday and Friday, 25 and 26 finals of high board fancy diving : sailors and civilians many times Raiders overcame a 1-0 Flier lead ...
Shooting low rounds for the day July are the dates for the aquatic will be held on Friday night start- during his tour of duty here. Bar in the first inning to take 'their
were C. R, Smith, Sic, and ACRM circus, and all hands are invited. Ing at -2000. lan is the second-rankIng diver in 6-1 victory Catcher Berkes pro 11'
C. R. Cravens. The two Flier Admission for the show is exactly' Prizes for the winning individuals the United States. Other topflight vided two of the winners' runs
fairway,greats both shot an even- nothing, and as final heats in most and teams will be awarded Fri- men who will make an appearance when he blasted out a fourbaggerin
par 73. Other low scores were events will be conducted at night, I day night, with Gold, Silver, and are Johnny Higgins, 1936 the sixth session. Flier Hurler
Lt. (Jg) Walt Warren who shot an it is advised that naval personnel' Bronze Medals going to the men Olympic Breast Stroke swimmer; I Jack Seidwitz limited the Air Raiders -
J 82. ACMM Dave Sweeney with an come early if they want to sit that place in the races, and tro- Jack Martin, former Ohio State to five base knocks, but that
80, and Ens. Griffin witH a 75 down while watching the water phies to the team winning first free-style ace, and Ben Grady, University was all his teammates were get
Ens. R J. Smith fired the low classic I place In each relay race and to the ;; of Michigan diver. ting from Len Jansen, the NATTC
round for the runner-up Academy A new feature has been addedto group winning the teams title. In addition to the regular swim chucker.

team when he went the eighteen the event, as Miss Ruth Hoerger Although the meet will boast ming races, there will be demon The Air Raiders racked up three
holes in 78.WAVES. Is a WAVE at NAS now, and she many big game natators, it is prI- strations of combat swimming and runs in their half of the opening
was the former National Platform marily for the average Navy swim- water survival by men who know frame when Seidwitz had a little
Diving. Champion. Miss Hoerger mer. All of the records set at next their business. There will also be trouble with his control and gave
,\ Tie With and her sister :Mary, also a diverof week's event will be the ones which aquatic features taken from the up three charity bases and one hit.
great renown, will give an exhi- will stand until they are brokenin regular training given to Naval : That proved the downfall for NAS,
Barbee Motors In bition of team diving The Under- future NAATC meets, and the Aviators. To add feminine interest and the NATTCenter club went on
water Demolition Team will definitely men striving to break those rec- to the big show, girls from the to score two more in the sixth and
Softball TussleStarting make an appearance, and ords will be sailors of the Regular Miami Swimming Club will offeran one in the seventh. Playing good
that alone will add greatly to the Navy-not National ChampIons. exhibition of synchronized ball for the losers were Second
off the second-half play success of the meet. 'I However, no-Water classic is swimming, a type of water enter Baseman Bob McGrath, one player J
in the Jacksonville Girl's Softball The Thursday afternoon portion complete unless it has a few tainment which has become increasingly ; who will add greatly to the \
League last Saturday night, 13 of the program will be highlightedby to add to the entertainment popular in recent years. Flier cause for the rest of the sea.
July was an exhibition game be- a 30-minute exhibition of fancy for the spectators, and the Comedy will be supplied by leading son, and Third Baseman Bud AN
tween the Mainside WAVES outfit, diving from the low board by the Jax show will have many men who clown divers of the country. I len.The
holders of second place after the tables were reversed on Sat.
first half of the season was completed urday when the Filers pounded out
and the league-leading Bar- 12 safeties to walk off with the "'\
bee Motors feminine nine. The 11-( win. John Schmitz was the 'fIJ
game was to have no effect on winning pitcher and turned in a
league standings, but that made fine performance his last game
little difference as the two teams for NAS, as holding NATTC to
wound up all even, 7-7. when the six bingles.
game was called because of dark- The Fliers' big
ness.The You are probably wondering: why there is this big, blank second, when they inning collected was five the
local girls, however had the
hits and five
edge in the hitting department, space on today's sports page. We hope it will graphically illus ened a shutout until the eighth threat-in-

blasting for Barbee.out eight five errors safeties by to the six trate the- plight in which the JAX AIR NEWS finds itself. ning runs across when NATTC the plate shoved on four '.:J
one hit
WAVES accounted for a number of four charity bases
and two
I the city girls' runs, otherwise the NAS but there's to hit by a pitched ball men
Flier gals might have emerged Sports have not been curtailed at no one John Manning paced the Newcomer winners
with a wIn. cover them for our thousands of readers. Our sports writer, at the plate with four bingles in
at the for NAS
Tops plate were
Skip Edge, with a circuit clout Frank Tours, reported to the separation center Tuesday, and we McGrath as many trips got the to the only platter extra, while-base
and a single in three to the
have not been able to find to replace him. blow of the game when he powered
batters box, and Virginia Walton anyone the ball to left field for
a triple in
who had a double and a three- the first session.WIIATNO ,

ginia bagger Winkler for three handled times the up mound Vir- If you have ever done any sports reporting, whether on a met- ---- -- --

i duties for NAS limiting Barbee to your school and QUINTUl'LETSf
1 the aforementioned six safeties. lopolitan daily, a country weekly, or on paper, (SEA-Everything) happened in

you would like to serve as sports editor for this publication, Ictus fives in- Seattle victory over San "
JACOBS SUEt 1OK SLANDEK Francisco in the
tl Pacific Coast .
(SEA)-Rep. Donald L. O'Toole know at once. We'd prefer a Mainside enlisted man, for it will League recently. The score, 4-1,
: is demanding J200.000 from boxing showed a total of five runs scored
in head and would ;
be full-time job. Experience writing layout
promoter Mike Jacobs for slander, a It was the fifth game under the

charging that his good name and he an asset, but is not absolutely necessary. leadership of Jo Jo White for the 1
professional reputation were hurt Ralniers; it was the Rainlers' first
The suit declared that Jacobs victory in five tries against the j

charged O'Toole had attempted to Contact the editor in the JAX AIR NEWS editorial offices, Seals; it snapped a five-game Rain '
use his position to extort a ticket ier losing streak as well as a five- 1

for the Louis-Conn. bout. Bldg. 951, if you feel you are qualified. We'll put you right to game Seal winning. t' streak,

VEECK STRONG FOR CHANGE work as soon as the assignment can be made. STIl\N1) IN STRIDE 1
(SEA-Bill Veeck, who along
with Bob Hope recently bought the (SEA-Lennart) Strand, latest I
r Cleveland Indians, is making his Swedish star miler, concluded his J
presence known by resuming play- undefeated American tour with an'J
, by-play broadcasts restoring la* easy 4:09 victory the mile at I
dies' days, changing: game time to special New York meet. Herb Me-
1:30: P. M. and installing more telephone Kenley of Illinois University set a
I lines for Information and new world mark at ?9,8 seconds for

,; suggestion" calls by fans. 300 yards. ,.

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