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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1946
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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TEST JUMPS _,,_ __ ......__. I'German Chutes Tested At NAS



New and Important knowledge
first opportunity for close observation and less initial jerk, with the
which may mean increased safe- I
of the ribbon chute under same rate of fall as the conventional
ty for future airmen who are
varying conditions. I one now in general use.
forced to "hit the silk" was learn-
According to Stewart, who made The opening rate of the ribbon
ed by Army and Navy officials
his first drop on October 20, 1920, chute is between 3Va to 6'/i sec-
here during the past week-end as
and made his 47th drop yester- onds, while the conventional type
a result of extensive tests of Ger-
chute with a 24-foot diameter solid
man parachutes, officers partici-
PULL OUTIt
HAD TO
silk canopy springs open in ap-
pating in the experiments; told
couldn't happen-but It did. proximately l'i seconds.
the Jax AirNews. Just before the parachute
The of the Both Lt. Col. Stewart anl
primary objective jumping here last Saturday,
Comdr. Smith stated that the
tests to
parachute was measurethe crews of the crash boats assigned
present aim of parachute researchis
German-de
effectiveness of
a .
noticed
to patrol the river a
signed ribbon type chute as com- small, palntless boat containingone to develop various special typesof
to the conventional chutes to meet specific special
pared canopy
fisherman! "Get out of the
needs. The old idea of one para-
chute.Lt. area!" they told him. Well, sir,
Col. E. V. Stewart, Deputy when he finally understood the chute design to meet every use is

Chief of Personal Equipment Lab- no longer sound they agreed.
order and came about to head

oratory of the Army Air Forces, for shore, the name of his paint- "The ribbon parachute was de-

Wright Field, was In charge of less boat hove Into view. There, ,, veloped by the Germans for use

y the parachute jumps which were painted across the stern, were in their jet-propelled ME 262, in

S. made into the St. Johns River in the words: "Kip Cord, Jacksonville which the pilot was flung fro }.the

the vicinity of the station, and was ." Nobody will believe, but plane by a special ejector seat,"

. assisted by Comdr. J. R. Smith, It's true. Stewart said. "But the immediate

member of the staff of NAATC, future of aviation contains planes

Master Sergeant )1:. Kanowski, day, the parachute with ribbon with rated speeds of 500, 600, and

JItt: and Gene Furnish, a civilian in canopy was designed by the Ger- 700 miles per hour, maybe even
the employ of the Wright Field mans during the past year to enable
faster, and it's up to the Army
l laboratory.Prior pilots to jump from high-
to this week-end, only speed planes. With a canopy con- and Navy, working together, to

three bail-outs in the ribbontypechute structed of 144 two-inch silk rib- develop equipment that will meet

hid: been made in this coun- bons and a diameter measurementof the need. In the present parachutework

try, Lt. Col. Stewart said, and the 32 feet, the new chute offers at Jacksonville, that's just
Jacksonville jumps provided the the advantage of gradual opening what we're doing."

(,'() nm. J. 1(. bAlllH of the Naval Air Advanced Training

Command staff; Lt. Col. E. V. Stewart, Deputy Chief of Personal

Equipment Laboratory, Army Air Forces, Wright Field; and M/Sgt.

M. Kanowski, left to right, participants in the tests of German par-
achutes here last week-end, line up at the Boat House prior to tak-

ing off for their Initial jump. Purpose of the tests was to evaluatethe

efficiency of the German ribbon chute as an aid to the develop-

ment of a special parachute to be designed for use from fast jet .... ...
and rocket propelled planes of the future. In the lower photo one of -- -- -- ---- '" --

the jumpers nears the water after bailing out with a German
chute. Note the unique ribbon construction which slows the balloon- Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training CommandVol.

ing of the canopy and cuts down the sudden jerk which follows pull-
ing the rip-cord of conventional chutes. :3 J, No. 45 USNAS AND NATTC, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 17 January, 1916

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'Dimes' BallScheduled I BEST FLOATS WIN PLAQUES Drivers Must Old Aircraft



For Renew PermitAll 'Turned Into

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drivers of motor
Navy vehicles -
January 30thNavy rftr including motor scooters
will be required to pass I a rigid Ingots HereNAS

test to qualify for a station permit -
men and women don'thave I to operate these vehicles beginning
to be asked twice when it
Monday, it was announ-
Jacksonville's
to i new
comes a worthy cause ced
No sooner had the coin collec- yesterday. 10,000 pound capacity alumi-
tion containers for the March of I The new regulation actuallygoes furnace
num melting went
into effect this morning with
Dimes drive been set up around
the station this week than the : the establishment for this station into full-scale operation last

sailors and WAVES began digging I of an AAA motor vehicle drivers' week, and the mountains of

down for nickels, dimes, quarters, I license test, sponsored by the scrap aluminum which have .
and other coins and started to fill Navy Department's Safety Branchin
been the
piling awaiting
Washington. Between today and up

them No up.solicitation will be made, it Monday, all drivers naval and civilian completion of the furnace will

has been announced, and practically who have had accidents in soon be no more.Construction .
the past, will be re-examined bya
be raised
all funds will
of the furnace is
an
staff of three enlisted and
men
through the coin containers. However 8 f
integral of the salvage
part Navy's
-
who have
V three civilians just com-
persons desiring to contribute program for obsolete, overage
'q. pleted a special five-day course to
larger amounts may do so by writ- I
and war-weary aircraft. It
qualify them as examiners. Begin
ing a check payable to the March
is of four
one currently
being operated
drivers will be
ning Monday, examined
of Dimes Campaign and sendingit
by the Navy the others being -
by departments on the basis
to Chaplain Paul H. W. Olander, RM
located at Alameda, Calif.,
of schedule to be
a publishedIn
general chairman of the drive here the PlanoftheDay.Decision San Diego, Calif., and Miami: Fla.
at NAS.A i Cost of the furnace was approxi-
Memorial Ball in the form of ; to institute the Amer- mately $30,000.

a Crew's Dance will commemoratethe _.__ _. __r _a..dr'_W13w.w..on ___.__ ..w -,.,. ->.. ican Automobile Association driv- Slakes Ingots of Planes
late President Franklin D. Continued on I'age Two
Roosevelt's birthday on 30 January PRESENTATION"' plaques for the three most outstandingfloats Setting the pace In the reconver-

It was he who formed the I entered in the NAS Fifth Anniversary Parade in Jacksonville Give Awards sion from war to peacetime objec-
f Foundation which spear- last October was made by Captain Anthony R. Brady, commanding tives, the new furnace will con-

.auonal battle against the dread officer, at personnel inspection last Saturday. The Captain is shown vert scrap aluminum obtained

crippler, poliomyelitis, more wide- congratulating Lieut. Charles P. Chapman, Personnel Relations Officer from the tearing up of surveyed

ly known as infantileparalysis.. whose department won third prize, after presenting the first planes to 20 pound aluminum ingots

Buffet supper will be served at prize plaque to Lt. Comdr Jefferson J. Duke, Commissary Officer for commercial and industrialuse.

the ball, a show will be staged (second from left), and second prize to Comdr. John B. Huhn, May- The melted Navy fightersand I

with professional entertainers, and port Commanding Officer (second from right). a ,Or bombers yield 94 per cent pure :
aluminum not usable for
a grade
appropriate decorations will adorn
pots, pans, and other cooking
Auditorium. Contributions
Mainside will be accepted at the dance. Lt. Porter Sets New Record For utensils. Its application will be
In such items as window frames,
Indicative of the seriousnessand
of this disease is the linoleum stripping, ornamental fix-
scope Dive Bombing On Exhibiton Hop tures, grill work and similar
than
fact that more 13,000 men, "

women, and children were victims Lt. Charles Porter, bombing articles.
From the scrap heap, the small
of Infantile paralysis in 1945. It of 131.7 feet was set by the flight
phase officer of VSB No. 1, dive- easily handled pieces of aircraftare
leads all other childhood diseasesin
percentage of mortality. In bombing squadron which recently for all qualifying runs. fed into the furnace at six.

Jacksonville from It was pointed out that all av- hour intervals. When melted, the
1942, for example, one out of every moved to NAS .
aluminum is into molds
seven polio patients died while Cecil Field, has set what is believed erages were scored on a raked tar- 55s which travel poured past the pouring

whooping cough claimed only one to be a new record. Last get where calculations are accur- spout along a conveyor belt. By -,

out of every 75, measles, one out week Porter, while on an exhibition ate up to within two feet in 1,000. the time the molds reach the end -
of 420; and diptheria, one out of ,
bombing hop, scored a nine- Comdr. Ralph Weymouth is of the line, the aluminum has cooled .
13.During commanding officer of SquadronVSB and contracted and easily drops "
the eight years of its ex- foot average for five consecutive
No. 1.Bond I out onto the ground. Occasionallyone
istence, the National Foundationar drops.
.
stick, but blow
might a sharp
Infantile Paralysis, which con- Best previous record on a bomb -
with a small hammer frees it instantly -
cts the March of Dimes cam- ing hop was set by a student,
.
No odd
longer pieces of
paign, disbursed over $3,000,000 Ens. D. S. Goulding of Flight 331, Savings Is
the aluminum
for research and education, and last month. Goulding scored an planes, ingots are

over $2,000,000 for emergency aid average of 28 feet for four consecutive I To Be ContinuedAll ready for shipping to be manu
S factured into useful
something in ..
in epidemics. Epidemic aid supplements drops. ... "-- _m__kCAPTAIN ___,m.._ I peace-time living.A ..
the expenditures of local Flight 328 set the best flight activities in the Naval Air I ANTHONY R. crew of 18 men, composed of
which in 1945 alone
chapters for spent and qualification average in November Advanced Training Command will RRADV, Commanding Officer, both naval and civilian personnel, y;
$5,000,000
care
nearly with an average score of 72.5 feet continue enrollment of both naval told A & R workers at the annual keep the furnace in constant op-
treatment of local polio patients. for four straight runs. All ten and civilian personnel in either the award of safety certifi- eration. More than 3,000,000

I dents in the flight were stu-I payroll savings plan or the military cates to shop supervisors last pounds of scrap aluminum have accumulated .1\1 i
I JOIN THE E certificates for the feat. 1st allotment system for the Friday that with 5,000 em- and with 30,000 pounds

R. D. Brown was'the purchase of United States Savings ployees on the job during 1914, being melted daily, it will be some

MARCH OF DIMES Flight 326 holds the best over- Bonds, Rear Admiral Ralph E. not a single fatal accident occurred time before the scrap heap really

JANUARY 14-31 all average ever set in the squadron. -' Davison, CNAAdTra, announced I (For complete story and dwindles. The daily capacity rep.

In October 1915, an average list week. pictures see page :5)). I Continued on Page TWGMAKE



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DRESS BLUE) SUAIMA.rc l* ."'.:>o \\UKK UMIOKM

THESE UNIFORMS may supplant the traditional Navy jumpers and trousers If they meet approval
y.t in the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets, where S2.500 of the new suits are undergoing three months' .
e tests. The summer dress uniform consists of white shirt, black tie white trousers and the old-type
s white hat. The working uniform is grey twill shirt, dark grey trousers and overseas cap. The dress
blue uniform has a snug, Eisenhower-type Jacket, white shirt, black tie and overseas cap. There is no
change contemplated in the "peacoat. If the Navy decides to adopt this uniform, it will not be, how-
ever until the present stock of jumpers and neckerchiefs and flat hats and flaring pants !Is exhausted.
Official U. S Navy Photographs.
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Y I AluminumContinued
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from Page One

ChatterThe resents the scrap obtained from 18
shy i doomed aircraft

I National Foundation for Careful Record Kept
Infantile Paralysis opened their Captain Harold C Stoa, Station
By LOIS A. LKSEK, V'2c I yearly drive on Monday: 14 Jan Supply Officer, stated that during
"Yak-i-tee, yak-1-tee, yak" could uary. Contributions to this drive initial weeks of the melting operation
be heard from all rooms, quarter- I' are entirely voluntary. Containers careful) cost, yield, and recovery
'd' decks and offices last week when '' marked for contributions have figures are being made by
the question under discussion was been placd in conspicuous spots Lieut. Stanley Brown, melting
"are you going to sign to stay until throughout the compound. furnace expert from the Navy0
September" I ;;; Bureau of Aeronautics in Wash.
"Matri'--;;
No topic has been more widely Mr. spent a busy ington, D. C., working in conjunction -
discussed in the last few monthsas holiday season in and around the with Lt. (jg) Charles Hoe-
Y> rer. the ALSTACOM granting Nurse and WAVE Quarters here field, Station Salvage Officer; and
WAVES an upgrading in rate if at the hospital. His score to date Ens. Robert Brigleb, Station Conservation -
they sign to stay until 1 September has been quite impressive Lt. (jg) Officer, It is expectedthat
A lot of serious thought has Gertrude Conley (NC) left for the over-all' operation will
been given the situation, particularly Dorchester, Mass, (object-Matrimony yield a profit, and that big com
by those gals who are now ), Mickey Heard, HAlc, and mercial users of this light metal
I'' second and first class-who arc former S/Sgt. Dean S. Todt were 'I will compete for this new source!
undecided about their future plans married upon his return from 'of raw material, according to the
I't when they become civilians.A three ;years overseas. Bermeleen I experience of the other melting
few of the comments heard Ashcraft, HAle, and (Ex) Sgt. furnaces now In operation.The .
I'l included "I would if they would James Winters celebrated his re- furnace is located in the
t transfer me closer to home" turn from overseas, and their mar- Supply Department's Salvage Yard
"What have I got to lose- wantto riage, at one and the same time. across U. S. Highway 17 from the
l save money to go on to school Virginia Saunders, HA2c, and the south end of the station. Con'
and I can do that better in the boy from the home town, Henry struction was begun last summer
/0.j Navy than as a civilian." "I McAnnally, were married this I after investigation and study of
I wouldn't mind it at all if I didn't past week; Carolyn Schulte, HA the problem of disposition of obsolete
have to go through another Jack- I lc, and Leslie H. Lambert, Field' wrecked, and overage aircraf
sonville summer-it's too darn hot Director, American Red Cross, I revealed that "on-the-spot" melting -
down here." Pensacola, were Married Saturday, : was the most feasible and economical
I The majority of the gals are 12 January, in a pretty ceremony method. Reduction into
waiting until the station order, held on the quarterdeck of the ingots results in the saving of
directive or what have you comes WAVE barracks. Reception followed valuable freight car space. A
1 out before they voice an opinion or with the traditional "Cut gondola car will hold about five
I 1' __. ____ -0 decide one way or the other. ting of the cake" and all the trimmings I times as much aluminum In the
; FROM SWIFT DEADLY COMBAT PLANES to aluminum ingots With the hustle and bustle of "Coming Attractions" include form of Ingots as in flattened
I for industrial and commercial use-that's the story of the Christmas now in the past, the the soon to be wedding of pieces.
Navy's salvage program In operation here at NAS Jacksonville. ((1) WAVES welfare has settled downto Penny Askew, PhMSc, to Dale E --'- -
Obsolete and non-flyable aircraft, their usefulness to the Navy over, Its usual program of keepingthe Workinger, Sgt., U. S. Army. New York (SEANlghtly) diner
t'' are stripped and cut into small sections, then tossed on the scrap gals entertained. Starting at a Times Square automat I.a la
heap shown in the top photo ready for melting. (2) Here's a gen next week they will resume their Something new!!! Something doctor who brings along his own
; eral view of the furnace which went Into operation last week. ((3) usual program of Monday night different!!! "'1' H E BUBBLE: gold and silver dishes.
Two workers heave a piece of aluminum into the hungry mouth of pictures, hamburger fries, bingo DANCE" to be given tonight, Jan-
the furnace which can melt down 30,000 pounds each 24 hours, the games and the like.- The Craft uary 17th, by the Red Cross for' STRIKER
equivalent of 18 scrapped planes. Capacity of the furnace is 10,000 Shop is doing a land office business all patients. Bubbles of all colorsare I
pounds. (4) As the metal cools and contracts, the 20 pound ingots with so many of the gala being used in the decorative:
drop from the molds of the conveyor belt, but a man stands by witha anxious to learn the how, when scheme-human bubble blowers i H : l
hammer to loosen an occasional one that sticks. Watching the operation and where about plexiglass! and will fill the auditorium with 'real' r
are, left to right, Captain Anthony R. Brady, NAS Com sea-shell jewelry. Some of the bubbles" all during the evening. I I
manding Officer; Capain Roark Montgomery, Staff Supply Officer; things they turn out are really The Separation Center Band-a I 0u
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davison, Chief of Naval Air Advanced neat.Scuttlebutt. # nifty floor show at intermission-I''
Training; and Captain Harold C. Stoa, NAS Supply Officer. from Edge and VVar- refreshments served u
-- Ing of the Welfare Department includes ation Room all evening-and 100 I v .
safety program and predicted it : girls from Jacksonville" in their i
DriversContinued will; help cut down motor vehicle When the WAVES basketball prettiest formals, are just a few i
accidents. team alighted from the plane at of the other attractions that will:
from Page One Corpus Christ), Texas, each one make the dance a "must' on ycui i
era' test here followed its success looked like the wreck of the Hes- list.
NEED SINGERSDue
at the Norfolk Naval OperatingBase. perus and green around the gills. '
During the first month's op- to the constant turnover of Due to the rough air and comingIn Friday, 18 January, at 1800 the
eration there accidents decreased men because of transfer and dis- on the tail of a tornado, they USO Show "Tip Top Revue" will
50 per cent.Captain charge more singers are needed were just forced to bring home a be presented in the Auditorium. In N
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Anthony R. Brady, in for the Protestant Chapel choir. victory. They were weathered In I the afternoon the show will present
an address yesterday to the safety for two days in Texas and were i half hour programs on each
employees, under Safety Engineer Men interested may contact plenty happy when the wheels of ''of three wards for the benefit of
Robert F. Taylor whose office in Robert Kee, SpWlc( on exten- their R4D hit the runway at NAS bed patients. A-6 is scheduled for ; 1Nd'
b the Yard Department will Issue sion 518. Men signing in the choir Jax. Little did they knpw what 1500, and C-3 for 1530.: Patients
the new licenses, endorsed the new are placed in a zero duty status. Continued on rago'Three i Continued on I'age Three


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17 January, J946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three






I Commercial Bulletin MAINS IDE''



Bulletins must be submitted by
1630 each Monday WILCO's'

ton SALK WELFAREPRESENTS
funk beds complete with springs mattress -
"- Udder and guard rail. Can be
l'l''r-' made' Into twin beds Can be seen
at lUl Gilmore bt. after 5:JO. Freund-

.: 1 lich suit, M.A.A.ot: Marine, t'd ;Zi6Iuel. perfect 's'A

j condition. spector, Hangar 11J VSB
Alrciew Training
'41 Hudson Commodore "
I 8. deluxe
I touring sedan. A-1 mechanical condi
tion! 4 new tires new paint job, ra
dio heater and new battery actual
mileage ;J90UO miles. J, S Fagan, t MAINSIDE MOVIES
i ):;"t. '<44 or :2-8759: .
3-rooms of furniture. E. S. Legge
ACOM VS -ATU No.1. Ext &1)9, THURSDAY
y, hangar 11J "FRONTIER GUNLAW," with Charles Starret and Tex Harding.
3 li P. water-witch out-board motor $63. Shows at 1300-1700-1930. 'OJ''
trill Lymes, Kxt. 8803
'4t door Dodge Sedan, deluxe FRIDAY
lluld drive 14.000 actual miles stored "DICK TRACY" starring M. Conway and Anne Jefferys. 1300

HirouK'ioul war I/000: mile cneck- only. Basketball game at 2000 NAS vs. Orlando Air Base
up. two weeks ago. nor Immediate
SATURDAY
& SUNDAY
kjie tnaplaln Stamper, Ext. :Jfol
Thayer baby carriage, in excellent con. "THE HARVEY GIRLS" starring Judy Garland and John Ho.
dition, I reasonable K. K, Phillips diak. Shows at ,
iC 14UA: Child St., NAS 130017001930.MOXU .
.\Y
a'l.i\OCe .lo bedroom
mat set and
i>r"-warkiuui
{) luucil. U4l Cumbenand "TARS AND SPARS" with Janet Blair and Anne Drake. UOO- )

, 3-ioom.i/ CM urn.lure, kitchen Jhlni.L 1700-1930. '. '
i room and bedroom Including sewing TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY :
macDine1A> lor all. 12J3 Cumber. .,
i land1.. "MASQUERADE IN MEXICO," starring Dotty Lamour and Arturo ,

" {I :a' liuiCK Sedan, reasonable good con DeCordova. Shows at 1700-1930, Wednesday-Shows at 1300-1700- '
dawn 6 tires (4 new). 1.. s. Legge, 1930 Tuesdays.
ACOt-l, tat :05i. ,
way tI'keL0 i-'nila, Pa. Floyd Johnson -
\ ', arks, yl7. STUDENT OFFICERS
\J Uuuson, 4-uoor sedan. below OPA
ceiling goon condition, Ashcialt,
lUlu Child bt, NAS. THURSDAY & FRIDAY

I ill'arid1' now .lt-jev.fl wrist watch, 14 "Been waiting hi the chow line very long, Mate?" "FRONTIER GAL." starringYvonn- -.-.@- -fWTarU- ----- _.u n.I_ .n."<..l ran__.mnwnn.. .vo_
karat' gold plated. kina make Lt --- 1930. .
iiininous, fi', fcxt r>!*..
2 bcuroom suites, umingioom and llvIngrooui NO SATURDAY SHOW
iossibly 101 rent-:a-ioom White Caps SUNDAY ONLY
house, H tray, 'IS. Ext 54J "DICK TRACY" with M. Conway and Anne Jefferys. 1930.
Compi '
.o ..
> injure
.rnlslainKII--cunalnl. Continued from Two
Page MONDAY & TUESDAY
diKh' >.. etc, S roorai of furniture, sold .
I ktjjjiaic 01 uil together anu washing they would ever be so glad to get "HARVEY GIRLS" starring Judy Garland and John Hodiak.
I: nuclunc 1101 Cumberland Kd back to Jacksonville! 1930.
Cusnman motor scooter, excellent condition -
I Oti.>, Lt. MCPhee, fcxt bbJ4; Huba, hubs gals! Welfare has WEDNESDAY
Slreamiineu house-trailer, 24', custom REPORTERlly I purchased some new records for "TARS AND SPARS," with Janet Blair. 1930.
bum,
I manogany and curome Interior "
the WAVES Club Including "Let
I awning, new .
t-piy tires |J5uo, leal
I bargain. 4old Mount A\e, Tlmailuaiu It Snow," "In the Middle of May," OTHER EVENTS

I Afanoi and many others.
'41 Cnevrolet Lois A. Leser Y2c SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool recreational
coach A-1 (condition new The music room for WAVES Is swimming.
tumor, paint and bra"e.. t.. t. Ken 1200-1300, and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100 and Sunday
1 ny, Altaic, l JU imncock SI, JNAS, QUESTION : In vie\v: of the now in Building 716, the move be 1200-2100.

2 civilian cults 01 cioinvs, size M to JO, rise in the cost of living, do' ing brought about in an effort to SWIMMING MEET-Tuesday 22
8 January-Jacksonville NAS
wrote vs.
snnts. size H'I., JA t.xt: have all indoor activities under
tirllki.Oek you feel civilian workersare Pensacola NAS, at the indoor swimming pool, at 1930.
,
i uvUroom suite. $GO, also one un- justified in the one roof Drop over tnere when MUSIC-Musicians Interested in playing in the Welfare Dance
s present
painted want entertainment
dressing tame wan skirt and you some quiet
; (iat top J. 1413A Quid St, NA& strike situations? -the room is newly deco- Band call Ext. 498. Saxophone trumpet, trombone, base piano, guitar.
poi ciuoj, bug and i I Instruments furnished.
snoc's t85y), camel
1 hair coal, fcue M. spoils coal she M D J. STONE ARMSc. Lock- rated and they have a good collection KOXIlsG' -For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. A.
KdLkllng, txl. b6U!!>. of classical records.
"
*1J: Alma liouke-iiauei', 24', sleeps 4. port N. Y. J. Rubino extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after 1500.

well situated for NAb or green Cove "Yes. I think they are justified, BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building No.

Springs *ltj casn Call: In person but they are asking more than Elderly Lady"Excuse me, but 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and
any time Chlel: Lee, :shady Oak do those tattoo marks wash off ?'
Trailer camp: J minutes south they should. They should meet a Old "' 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.
N AS. 01 b lard of arbltratlpn half way in- Salt.i 1 can t._say lady. GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
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j IJ 4 sue: Hollywood, bed with inner spilng atad of expectting them to go all have a higher standard of living and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Colt clubs and balls are available at Golf
maurewj
1 pie-war chest 01 drawers, "
the House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
bmlroum choir, ironing board way. now than we've ever had and i it
ccwtt
and nuts IOISM ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
I 01 u year oia girl an should be maintained If the price I
Items in excellent conultion Aitei- JIM SMITH, ARM3c, Burling Situation could be controlled, there cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason
noons or evenings Lt. \v. L. Gieager.
481 t Manchester Ka Lake :Shore: ton Iowa. would be no real need for strikes Field. ,
CUIl1I'I "Strikes are not justified for j TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train
.e gie tioplcul) uniforms.
size
Jitl.. fcenlor graue lieutenant sbouldtr the sole purpose of keeping down J. H. Lane ACMM Parkin ing Building No. 726 and equipment rooms at Building No. U, and
j boards, hat inflation Jf Mat corner ot Mustin and Yorktown Roads .
voter ana over seas they get higher wages, Ark. also on area ( )
cap blouses, I .nevei-been-woin khaki cotton the cost of living will go higher I RECEPTION CENTER-The Reception Center, located In south
size Jl, :i
trousers size: :J4 'J pairs el. 2-4058 knakl: cotton I and It will be just like a ladder." I "Naturally they have a right to wing of Building No. 955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests

N 2 llullywoud beds with box springs and get more money. We strike for a 'I from 1000 to 2A)0: daily.

.1 1 nidlirekk 1 bunk-Kle bed \\ltn mat WILLIAM STEVENSON, S2c.Chipley higher rate and they can strike ISOAT1NO AND SAILING-Call extension 623, Yard Craft Build

tress t Uxl2 linoleum jugs; 1 kitchen I II Fla. for more wages." ing for Information. .

and linoleum 4 ctialis rug,;; 1 1 occasional dinner set chair with table "1 believe that the right to LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-

1 end tubiek; writing desk and chair; pair I strike is part of the Americanway I JAMES DONOVAN, RM2c, New ing No. 3. Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from

1: llbj Cumberland hJ. alter 6 p.m of \life and one of the reasons York, N. Y. 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.

Desk Hour and lamps(chair love small seat console small uureau table. why we fought World War II." I "They are Justified to a certain VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON, TOUCH }FOOTBALL cer personnel -

I throw UK, what-nots: drapes' 50-gal extent. The right to strike is a I previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requested
oil tank, very' ivasunuble 47ib Khet: LE ROY CLOVE, AMMlc, Harris part of the American system of industry I to meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.

ItM dale tiymoum Kd. Z."iiO. deluxe S 1 Minn"No but they are not justified i in ATHLETIC: GEAR Available in gear issue room, Building 3,

: ciiuite, used only at NAs, purchased passenger they are not justified. If' tieing up transportation production lower deck.

new Lt. Corndr. !Hue ):.Io.l. 411 the: men aren't satisfied, they could of vital items, food, telephonesystems ------

Harley-Dsvlson tires, windshield Jt-Tl! motorcycle new twit their jobs and go somewhere I etc., particularly when sot/ TAKE REG1STRTIONS

seal, lots of thiome saddle-bags, engine In buddy good else\ where they could get higher many fighting men are still in war I Registration at Jacksonville Hospital Chatter

l"ndltlun.175.. Abbott call 1-43M; vages./ / zones. You wonder sometimes why i Junior College will continue I I
after 3:10.; I Continued From Page Two
.JJ Buick 4-door kedan excellent tires they want to get back to this through 25 January it has been from nearby wards are invited to
WENDELL W. BATECHEL- '
ana engine radio 7uO cash See country when It is so fouled up in' announced Registration hours are
ChapiM-l ut J011U Uewey 1'aik {EM, Sic Belmont, Mass. I strikes." I I from 0900 to 2200. I I step in at these times and enjoythe

Compete furnishings fur house Includ "Strikes are a good idea but .-- __ _. I program.

Inn suites llvlngroom, kitchen lIt't.suite console:i radio bedroom and hey can become too powerful. SHE'S GOT WHAT IT TAKES

bicycie 1.M7II:/ Hancock St., NAS They serve a definite purpose, but ._uo ...._.. ........._._ .. ...._. _u_ __. .. __ Special awards of Letters of
anuiss trout Uldtf. :SOO. you should watch out that the tail t Commendation to both PFC Sam-

sore bed heavy maple toesn't wag the dog, so to speak uel C. Lowe and PFC James E.
.i'UlnhUre--Olle 3115A parr Ate, Dewey Leslie of the USMC were presented

: EC: L'S MIKE DEPORCK, AMMSc Cin this( past week.A .

Anyone Interested studying advanced innati, Ohio.

blMnlsh conversational course) contact "Yes, they are Justified as we short time visitor but cer-
Uortit Lehr t\t.; KJO2: : ,
01 83UJ tainly the most
A very well-qualified teacher can be 12 month old son. 11. J. Belcher popular one we
iirucuiel to conduct the course The I'hune 31700 business hours have ever had in the barracks-

cla s will be I limited to four or five volt Itt-NT I i the six weeks old puppy, a fat little .
ktudenls, so It you are Interested. cal 2 furnished bedrooms und bath In p.1.vale bundle of fur and blue
limned lately. home. with kitchen privileged eyes
\\'.'STtO: good nelicltboihutid/ (.oiivenienl In bus that Lois Conner bought to send
A small alaini Ilot.'k-tlJ bu)'. 1.xt lims Tel. 5-M11'2-): ... all the way to OHIO to her moth
HrtM t'uRU: er. The most repeated phrase on
a.uml"h..d Maple[ living room suite: b>Mee two,
apartment
house
or for man the compound came for two days
wile and I1, old chairs relive table, two end tables a
yr. boy Mr. lleitz-'
man Lxl! tN>4j! h'l' "M'k. .and one floor lamp. from the WAVE Quarters, "Oh,
A typewriter, In good condition H. L. Maple bed""oom suite: lied. roll K F i can't we keep it?" You know, confidentially -
springs. mattress, pillows. client ordraw4.'l'I. d
KuiH-ils
L.vt.! 6-G
I \ I wish we could.
.
vsnlty and bench and night
Navy wile driving to San / Rt
Franciscowuuld (
lit;e lady table Maple bedroom suite Bed I

cull tort A, J. Anderson cumpiinlunrlte. W3 N,E. 10th St.01. drawers box springs. ;Breakfast. mattress. : set. and: Prop chest loaf of > hA SUn up in the Recreation R....)m

Ride. from Uiudeidale.Soulhslde Tel.. San Uli: Marco: Theatre table and 4 chairs. dishes cooking of the Red Cross early--and we

earner, to Separation, Center-. utensils home silver Ironing board : men earlyif you hop to be one
hums 8-1.110. MU Kobcilson and mops Curtains In each room of the tenty-fl\e will receive
Kxt; s v.to :
8+U3: pictures and sculler rug*. Can be
Kid, from keen at 35.W-A eras cm Street Dewey complimentary tickets for the !Jon
turner of KJifiwu unit Park or b> contacting 1 Yeoman Brown j Cossack Chorus
Careen' ;su: or i.dgewuod! and lost Sis on Monday, 21January
i In training Office at .
.
NATTY'
Bldtc j
to Mainside 8 4.JI.J. 5 .
days a week,
500-A, tcl Kxt: S.<71UANTMt.
JuamU Ayte, L\l; 411 aTZ Meteor : I Sunday afternoon, 13 January, *
St., alter b
call
0.m >7VJ5J! .
triuii Ukceuta and iTSl1)! Car 1'icfer Ford Plymouth both patients and Staff enjoyed
.tldo: In illuming and 4:30 College Sis., 01 Chevrolet Call Lt U'13rl..n. t xt : the presentation by the Choral
at night. :W!) or 2-3' Jj.! evenings/ w -
Ride t'ro 8151 2' girls to und use or Apt, furnished' 01 unfur Guild of Jacksonville of the ever '
from iAT1C
nlshed Convenient ItJ base beautiful "Messiah." The
: Choral
IK-IWWH the hours of S.on and 4 .JO.
Mrx Doris btose. Ext Ml Ens.l I Guild is under the direction
'lioesken. 1'\1.: ( J04 RIO: WANTED I I of Mr.
Kitchenette apartment. 01 small furnished From vicinity of IMIh! and Pour I be I Lyman Pryor. Musical back-
K puuIIJh.Lt.house, :J.01 J rooms. near NAS tween 0700 and 0713 Call K. 1... Anderson ground for the beautifully blended
Magee, :
Kxt
HOJ9
!
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.
Kxt 811. NA1TC
Post Offlct choral
and solo
Apartment or home to share with kitchen parts was fur

privilegeswife and U-mo old Automobile: l In goixl condition pay cash. nished by the Guild Orchestra of
child. Must I lie
near base Lt. (Jg) 25
House Kxt: 6bl Hangar 117 J Phone r. 7-W77. Lieut.. Guy t>. Wood s pieces.

Electric sewing machine. preferably' IOVT IM tOUNll I I
table model hlel: Walker, Legal Of Glrl'S Canffo King, Merlin Sliver Set .a Chaplain Donald Buhler will '+
fice. Ext. 679. tiny with Wave Inni/ 'ma carved on THAT'SIIAT Lionel Barrymore' said the first time Ava conduct the vesper services Sun

5 or d room furnished apartment any desirable or house, section preferably I ntuni*. Lost near LH i I Auditorium' Mniii, picas. contact
of city, for rental and permanent with him. Ava will be seen in the "Harvey Girls" showing at Main- at which attendance is
ocvj Howl Ma,". Tfie, extension 4tt\ rvwnrJ growing ;ti
cupjniy: _by ex.naval 1 officer, wife and I, offered. side auditorium this Saturday: and Sunday. rapidly the Chaplain's office said.I Tp

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: Medals Past or Futare
f\WMUfS I Letters to the EditorDear I



Editorial Offices Editor:
Office ot Public Information, Room 221
Administration Annex Bldg. 954 "All things come to him who waits." Yet

Telephone Extension 8542 some seem to necessarily wait longer than 9lYdsIkL j

Lt Comdr. James F. Belly USNR. Editor others, when standing in lines and who ,
The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly: at the U. S. doesn't spend half their time doing so. -
Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida, by: the Office of I --.
Public Information at no expense to the government and In This is another reproach against "drag- ; )
with Secnav Circular Letter 45-526. 28 May 1945. ) )
Copes are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air ging." Besides being undemocratic, the prac-

Station Headquarter, the Naval of the Air Naval Technical Air Operational Training Training Center,Com-the tice slows down lines and is unfair to those

mand, Naval Auxiliary Air Station F1 f3.nt Cove SpringNaval who were there first.
Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Naval Air
Gunners' School, the U. S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Auxiliary Of course, it is known absolutely nothingwill ) Ill
Air Station Municipal No. 1. and the Naval AuxlllarAir "
Station, Mayport- be done to discourage "dragging. The 1

cold fact remains that "It isn't who you are, \k:
Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN Commanding "
Jacksonville Naval Air Station but who you know.
A WAITING SAILOR. / :
Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding 4 i I
Naval Air Technical Training Center -*- '
/!" .v }j,
Captain Clarence J. Brown (MC) USN, Commanding Dear Editor: "
U. S. Naval Hospital Your paper is to be commended on the quiet but \ \
forceful manner In which you handle issues with
Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USSR Commanding
Naval Personnel Separation Center the ever-present problem of what to say and what '
not to say as an official Navy publication.There .
Colonel Martin J. Kelleher, USMC (Ret.) Commanding
Marine Barracks is a subject on which would like to air
my views briefly, and if you consider my remarksof
Commander Edward E. Dolecek. USN, Commanding I believe that you could benefitall
Naval Air Gunners School any consequence
of us by making some* pertinent comment of I
Commander Howard E, Born, USN, Commanding your own in the JAX AIR NEWS. In other words, If
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field I am not writing simply to get this in print though

Commander John B. Huhn, USNR Commanding you may use this letter if you like. \ \
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mayport Walking may be excellent exercise, but often

Capt. Marvin L. Seldel. USMCR. there are times during the work-day when we wantto
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe get places and as soon as possible. We are all
aware that our bus service does not cover this sta- \ r
JAJJ AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Serviceand
Ship's Editorial Association material. publication tion like the morning frost, and there are certain
ot credited matter prohibited without permission of CMS, stretches which, although long, can be covered on \
War Deportment. 205 Hi 42nd St.. N.Y.C. or SEA, Wash foot faster than if the buses are taken. However

except Ington 25 by:, D.service C. Republication publications Is of prohibited any other without matter, there is a faster way. Hides. I am puzzled by the 1

permission of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. fact that Navy personnel, driving practically empty

Navy vehicles, can so pointedly disregard pedes- .".
trians who obviously are going somewhere. The sit-
Perfection Ahead? uation is so prevalent here that it appears thereis
all station
an unsigned agreement among personnel
Judging from conversations with various that when driving Navy vehicles, they shouldsee
how many walkers they can pass up. If there I Le)
short-sighted individuals who
are looking "riders I not of
is a regulation against am aware
eagerly forward to the date of separation, it. In fact, I had a stop-over at one naval base It's just as tough to win medals when you're a civilian

most of the problems of living will cease where it was forbidden by order, that station wagons and the stakes are just as high.

when the civilian clothes are pulled out of trucks jeeps -and- other convevances should bedriven
part-empty if pedestrians: seeking rides.
mothballs.The Public
were available to fill the seats. ublnfo Office, formerly

unrest and personal frustrations and The attitude of indifference here is passed on t
p clashes with authority will no longer existin personnel who drive their own cars. While picking Relations Gels Many Questions f,

that Utopian civilian world. Freedom up passengers in one's own car is definitely up to ,
the individual owner, I believe that the "indiffer-
from want freedom from fear freedom of
ence" of which 1 speak is "catching." From my bar- By Lois Leser, Y2c
speech, and freedom of worship will automatically racks to my office there is no adequate bus serviceI Questions! The Office of Public It's News When

return, these individuals firmly believe have walked that half-mile practically every day Information, probably because the
and had officers and enlisted men drive past me title implies such, receives hundreds -
at fifteen miles an hour. This I do not understand of them. One Is HonestThere
Having blamed the Navy for every per- Sincerely yours I "Lt. John such-and-such reported -
and frustration for to the station this and are still a few honest peo-
sonal failure the past T. E. Warriner, Jr., Lt., USNR. morning
three or four years it's natural enough to -,,- is now checking in. Can you tell ple left in the worL4. is the opin-

that the non-Navy civilian world offers me where I can reach him? I'm ion of Joseph H. Taylor, AEM3c,
assume
supposed to have a date with him who was separated here last
a new and perfect way of living. I tonight and I can't keep it." (The week.

The only flaw in the logic is that the in- DPI is not the Lonely Hearts Taylor lost his wallet recently,

dividual will remain unchanged, regardless of the Club-maybe Trouble Shooting the party wanted. and had justabout given up all
department)
' the brand of clothing he wears. And the civilian "Do you know whether or not, hope of finding it. But unknown to
him it had been found WAVE
he N nclVieuus f rnmStat>An it's to rain tomorrow by
I world enters, according to reports ws c going 7"I I Dorothe Bellevan, Sic, who was
received from those who have (No, it isn't. My corns don't ache
already en- trying just as hard to locate Tay-
,
! tered it, is a long way from perfect and offers today"I've) got a room for rent and I lor, as Taylor was the lost wallet -
She tried contacting him at
no personal guarantees. Housing, food, have been taking just naval personnel the Cecil Field address she discov-

transportation, and general economic secu- THIS INCLUDES YOUIt but lately I haven't had I ered inside the wallet, but Taylorcouldn't
rity are among the chief items at stake in any roomers and I need them so be reached. Finally she
might) strike you-or some laughing-eyed little I can make some What
money. are
the dog-eat-dog world. To achieve them, the in home townor left a message for him to call her.
girl who lives on your street your you going to do about it? (One
individual must fall into a new pattern of and, hold your breath, it might even strike in moment, please; I'll connect you When a few weeks passed and

I bosses, rules, regulations, demands.The your own home. with the Chaplain). still no word from Taylor, she
I only difference in the post-war Infantile paralysis is our common enemy.. It "I want to go fishing. Do you looked again in the wallet and no-
pe-
makes no distinction between the rich and the have any fishing tackle I can ticed the address of Mrs. Taylor
riod will be that the ex-serviceman will have the young or the old, the "good" or the "bad,"poor use?" (We've got some good bait, Quickly she sat down and penneda
nobody to blame for his mistakes except are all vulnerable And just as in war we' rallied but no rods), note to Mrs. Taylor telling her

himself. The Navy will no longer take the together against our common enemy, so evert now "How do you spell Vella la Vel- all about it. Needless to say, Taylor -
rap for him. we find that we must rally together against this la?" (First of all, what is it-a got his wallet back and is very
destructive disease. drink, person or thing?) I happy about the whole thing, lie
-*- rushed to the Air News Office to
The $61 jackpot will be hit the
Which of us can say that we have no responsibility ,
tell us all about it. He thought ev-
day someone asks "Who won the
Four Pages Less in doing our part in the fight against a disease Civil War-the North erybody should know.
or the
that maims and often kills? Or which of us
I
So do ,
South? we.SERVICES
( we've
Personally, been
afford to remain indifferent? We
can coldly are in
.
Here it is, the stream-lined eightpageJAX this battle against human misery together. So, wondering If it ever has been declared -

AIR NEWS. The limitations of the when we see that dime in our hand, we should also officially over-we've been

I peace-time world did this to us. But we'll see what it can do along with the dimes and dollars at fighting the same both time it and!) World War II

put out the number of stories features of millions of fellow Americans. Our ,responsibility -
same The Publnfo Office does its best
and pictures. Maybe the stories will be is clear. to answer all the above questionsand
FOR SUNDAY, JANUARY
is within each
There something American which
shorter and the pictures will be smaller but others but there is one it 20, 14
,
revolts against human misery. We don't take it definitely can't answer. NO itdoesn't 0915--Brig Service-Chaplain Donald
the Thursday morning coverage will be on for granted-we can't! For we are the kind of people know when yeomen points F. Huhler.
your desk as before. Absit Invidia I that want to do something about it. And somehow will be cut or when yoli'll be dis- 0930-NATTC Caylor, Service-Chaplain E. E.

-x- we believe that God is against human miserytoo charged!!III!! 1045-.Divine Services-Chaplain Fran
and is working as a most powerful force to redeem And we're they cia Lee Albert.
sorry
ever 1815-Vesper Service-Chaplain Don-
Careers, Inc. mankind from it. changed the name from Public aid F. Mutter
Well, now is our chance to do something very Relations to Public Information. Divine Services for Colored Personnel

I.. Reports received in this office from peo- real about it. We, too, can join the rest of America 1430-Chaplain Building Donald 0(14.(F, Buhler.
with the :March of Dimes that will save human suffering -
")
ple know who have finished the Navy
we
and save human lives.Chaplain England Honors Catholic Chapel; Muslin Road and
part of their careers and are now picking Donald F, Buhler, I 0630-M"Birmingham. Avenue.

! up the tangled threads of civilian living indicate Davison WardRear 0730-Holy Communion Chaplain Gilbert.

, that the GI Bill of Rights has changed quick survey of the situation, and decided to 08 JO-.Man.OIUO .

\ the course of many lives. be an undertaker. Admiral Ralph E. Davison, -MUM.
Chief of Naval Air Advanced 1100-Hik-h MI a.
In the new opportunities offered for ed- From boat-builder to undertaker. It took Training:, and Captain Prank 1700--MKSI.

ucation and vocational training, especially, a World War to re-shuffle this career, and Ward, Deputy Chief, have been Christian toad. and Science Birmingham Services Avenue.Mmtin

I are the returning warriors finding answers couple: of million others like it. Maybe this the named Military honorary Division Commanders of of 1100 Latter-Small Day Saints chnpi'l. Small Chapel- corner

i to pent-up ambitions. is one of the few advantages of war for the the British the Orderof of MuiUn and liirmmfham.
Empire for "dis- 1900--Mutual nuMling (Wednesday). >
: Typical of the trend to new fields is the individual; if he comes through safely, he tinguished services to the allied Jei 1st Religious Service and fellow t

, startling story of Mr. X. This :Mr. X is a can take personal inventory and start out week.cause," it was announced here this Friday, 1815--.;mailto Chapel. Muslin
again with a clean slate and past mistakesfar and Birmingham Malnl dc.
I E tall, blonde, and muscular young man who The designation was awarded Tuesday 1330-UJO-Cuapluin'l Office

j used to be a boat builder in Atlantic City, behind him. by King George VI upon recom- NATTC.: ,
Tummy Office
N. J. He spent a few months in the South Oh, yes, the former boat-builder had a mendation received from the Lords Yellow Water 1700.1830-'hapl.ln'NAGS.

Pacific, and is now returned to his own couple of practical reasons for his choice of miralty Commissioners, British of the British Ad- First 1830 Thursday, Chaplain'of each Office month NAAS 1700-,

choice of clothes. Reading the GI Bill care- career. In the first place, he thinks he the United States counterpart Navy Depart-of Second Green Cove Spring, H301800.
Thursday of each month -
fully, he noticed that the government would I looks pretty good in a derby hat. In the ment. Membership in the order, Rending Room. :MAAS. May- "

help him start any kind of business and second place, he's pretty sure that death is founded in 1917 ia granted only Port.Third :Thursday of each month 15001630. :'

l. would give him the chance to go to any kind something that will always be with us, in for outstanding service to the British Chapel Jax. '
Empire. Members are givenan Notes Ho service 1 in PUT Hangar :
I
of school to learn the business. So he took a I rain, shine, peace, :ware Identifying ribbon and medal. Area '


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BREEZING AROUND A & R .

Gives Safety Awards I II Procedure Of Metals Division -' A wedding of

her cow and calling
trees, milking
AT A SAFETY rally held : interest recently was that of
in
her by of keeping
hogs, just way
'Friday 11 January, shop superI I Inspection Dept. Blanche Martin and John Myers, practice.
::1 :visors were honored win safety
formerly of the Machine Shop. Machine Division Louis Swee
for record
award certificates a
fatal accidents during I Is Explained"TIMING" The couple went by plane to At- fey has moved into his new homeat
of
no
.\i lanta, where the ceremony was 2729 Arapahoe Street, Orega,
\ 1944. Pictured at the right, Cap. fellow workers to
performed. The bride wore a tail and wants his
:) tain Malcolm M. Cloukey presents I ored suit of ice 'blue wool and a visit him there. Another lucky guyis
one of the 76 shop super W. II. rascalTo
/ By hat fashioned of feathers. Her cor- Stuart Ralph, who while on
( :visors cited with his safety cer the men who provide the motivation his whichhe
I was white orchids and her leave moved into home
tiflcate. Pictured below, workers for the operation of the sage
gift from the bridegroom a Russian built himself Al Dlehl has
assemble In great throngs for L : complicated inspection system we marmot fur coat. They are gone into the catfish business.

the occasion. L4it devote the following resume' of at home to their friends at 3882 Caught a nineteen pounder Sunday

responsibilities. Park Street. In Alameda, Cali- but says the biggest one got
. .. ... Administration meets each weekat fornia, Sylvia J. Foley, S2c, and away. We didn dare ask him how
the
conferences connected by Rudy S. Esqulrel exchanged vows. he knew for fear 'he'd pull that
Inspection Officer, at which time Sylvia has just returned from her oldie ttbout being able to tell by

he personally acquaints himself trip and is counting the days until the scales on his back!

with the prevlaling conditions she Joins'her husband at his homein Plant Division Congratulationsto
t : within the department. During the San Antonio. She hails from Lt. and Mrs. Earl K. Faroon on

.... conference he makes known his Dallas, Texas We are sorry to the birth of a son, Kenneth Earl,
.;. .. opinions, criticism, accepts suggestions hear that Gene Nears wife has their first child Oscar M. Spice -

and outlines the future policies been in the hospital .for a minor r and his secretary, Gloria Pso-

and procedures to be follow'I operation Reports of the con- ta, moved from Engine Overhaulto
ed. dition of Pop Wilson, who was the mezzanine of the Plant Di-
Throughout the week he Is assisted taken to Duval Hospital and later vision Building. Their new office

at the controls by the Assistant I moved to St. Vincent's, have not will be newly decorated throughout
Inspection Officer. To him been received yet. His physician is and will have flourescent

comes the myriad of problems that Dr. Smith, who formerly was acommander lights.

J-. others in the department cannot on this base liar Electronics Division We extendour
a e't answer. The constantly unfolding old Adams is back on the job aftera deepest sympathy to Mr.
h picture of Inspection )is at his fingertips lengthy vacation in Atlanta, and Claude R. Anderson and family in

and through the well Informed Martha Davis reports that her the death of Mrs. Anderson's

office force flows the necessary week in Tampa was enjoyably and mother which occurred in Atlanta -

routine, personnel memos, profitably spent setting out fruit I 5 January.
l'i directives, and individual decisions
!
r I necessary to the working of the I Device Payed Dividends
.
..
.CIS corrective
-- organization. All. .. '" ... ... ,_
u"u"'
changes, improvements, and others g, 1
matters affecting departmental ,,
Assembly And Repair Supervisors policy pass over his desk. To as' r' "+ "

slst him are delegated the servicesof

the A & R, Inspection Officer j
Honored For Perfect Safety Record and the chief inspector.The i I

A & R Inspection Officer is t..r

Safety certificates were presented 76 shop supervisors beset with the problem of maintaining .

of Assembly and Repair department at a Safety Rally last' the understanding, goodwill .

Friday afternoon near the east entrance of Hanger 101., &and R department.cooperation He of the must entireA iron r--i i

Not a single. man hour was lost out misunderstandings, interpretand ..

because of accidents in the divisions INSIDE clarify policies, to arrive at
decisions which are mutually sat-
honored during the year 1914
WORKS isfying to both the Inspection department .i!.it
was pointed out by Captain A. R PUBLIC and the A & R depart t

Brady, Commanding Officer NAE Dy Ethel M. Shanahan ment. Working under his direction .
address to the to retain and improve a harmonious .
in opening .
.:" Jax, an, The Design Section had a golden .'
the various
I are
relationship
.J' crowd of Assembly and Repair New Year's gift. Luscious fruit' Unit Officers.In .
workers' who gathered for the oc from the Shelton Groves at st..
Petersburg. Clay Shelton used to every organization there are
casion. who have to act as chaplainor
those
be in charge of the vault and
"These people contributed greatly brother" and more often
"big ,
choice fruit
boasted of the grownin kZ
to the winning of the war," the family groves. He resigned than not their patience and understandings
overlooked. So It
Captain Brady said, "by staying to gojmck, into business and promised are :
on the job, finishing the job, and : to send samples. Not only this is with the Unit Officers who must. '

, by doing the job in the safest way I year but last year, too, everyone carry the load of personnel problems
units.
in their respective _
and best way.: I In the section took home some __
r, he fruit. Clay is going to get a While they are primarily concern
prize
"It is my honor today, con- thanks from his ed with the functioning of the unIts .
"round robin" of
tinued, "to congratulate on behalf: much of their interests lie in
of the Secretary of the Navy the ex-fellow workers. solving the problems of the enlisted .

Assembly and Repair department'sshop Don Woods, administration, inspectors. With requests for

supervisors who turned in found the Administration building. leave on one hand and adequate
perfect safety records during the being all shined up with a new interior inspection to maintain on the other .

year 1944. During that year, when paint job when he returned plus technical difficulties to
the war was at its most critical I recently from his leave Jim mediate, they have their hands

\, stage, these men and the civil G\\jnes, maintenance, is in chargeof full. In Inspection the byword is"See r

0: service personnel in their charge the operations and crew doing : your Unit Officr."

, i' lost no precious working hours the work.A The chief inspector is concerned IIIn: c oil" '" .... _........."" -_._- -

. because of accidents. Production very beautiful young lady with the technicalities encountered A DEVICE, "Test Panel to Test Electrical Apparatus and Elec-
was maintained according to came for a'islt to the Design in Inspection. His problem is Gear is illustrated above by Robert M. Coleman.
, trical Ordnance ,
!
,, schedule. Planes and parts moved Section stopping, work( -temporarily. to maintain the harmony within This suggestion and five others won cash awards from Henet'lalSuggestions
"' through production lines through Everyone clustered around lit- the department and to promote a 1945.
H the 24 hours of every day, six days tle Dawn Lee who slept blissfully smooth, uninterrupted flow of inspection during

t' every week. The result was that unconscious of the admiration she coverage as material

\1{!i our combat aviators got the tools was exciting. Mother Rita Scheffner I passes from one Inspection unit to Coleman Suggestion Helps
..' they needed to win their air battles was formerly a draftsman in another. In coordinating the ef-

in all theatres of war." the electrical unit and justly proudof I forts of the principal inspectors,

He further stated, "They developed five-weeks old baby. Estelle many controversial questions are Repair Booster Vibrators
general efficiency standards Hampton was a most interested encountered on inspection methods,

, that have won first or second observer of Rita's skill in the and It is up to the chief inspector One of the top contributors tc

: place in the Industrial Survey handling of the infant. Estelle is to define and designate the extent,, the Beneficial Suggestion committee Accessories, from which divisionhe

Board ratings published annually resigning to stay home now, too. purpose and inspection methods tc last year was Robert M. Coleman was transferred to Plant in

.' during the past five years of oper- Rebecca Peters, in material unit be employed and delegate the work who offerd eight suggestions 1945. He has completed several

ation. All turned in a 4.0 performance under Mr. Corse, is another res- to the proper unit. The principal for consideration and received six courses in electricity, shop plan.

when 4.0 performance was ignation for another of the world's inspectors lay their' difficulties on cash awards. ning and served as instructor. He
needed." Church Their problems will now holds the rate of snapper
desperately best reasons-marriage his doorstep. Top award was $150 for an
... Following Captain Brady's wedding and all-Best wishes from be reviewed in the next Issue. idea, "Repairing Booster Vibra electrician in shop 712, where he
, is concerned with construction and
Malcolm M. Clou- all co-workers. Another idea on "Elimina
tors.
Captain
speech, your
at
noise
der decided to make more installations, electritc distributing
and Repair Officer, and taxes are of Wire on the ArmIng
' ratings tion Bonding
: Efficiency Claud instruments
England electrical
; matches. and -
wiring
wrestling
presented they their the systems,
employees with the limelight down at Solenoid" paid him $50. Other
i
holding resolved to divert more time apparatus and equip-
certificates. Those told that they that brought cash returns
award
safety maintenance. We're Corey suggestions .
and attention to music. Hugh ment. At various times he has been
cited were: J. M. Tripp, twoyearaward tion't: know which is the worst resolved to find more girl were the following: "MK50 duties at oth-
,111 W. L. Coleman, F. A. El- headache with both coming at the Lotz resolved not Bomb Rack Assembly, Ref. NA- assigned activities temporary the commandingofficer.
Jarman G. J. Arnold, off in time), friends. Bettye VORD-OTI-V16-44," "A Safety er by
rod, W. W. tame time. One pays ( to a cigarette lighteras Among such assignmentswas
'".' M. Strickland, G. give anyone and Labor Saver in the
!
: """ ,W. II. Burris, the other Is a payout Seems that once given, Device to NAS Daytona Beach
'.:'"' 'C. Bennett, S. L. McElhenny, A.'ft' I I a gift. Butler Use of Soldering Iron," "Testing one
NAS.
they refuse to light. Judy and one to Vero Beach
F :' .'* R. Nichols, three-year award, R. take life 20MM Trigger Control to Designated
4 decided to stay home and While at these activities, he cali-
: ", ,,* E. Aaron, E. H. Eckert, E. T. New Resolutions Capacity," and a "Test Pan- brated heat treating instrumentsin
*' Montgomery, R. O. Gilburg, two- easy. el to Test Electrical Apparatus
section welcomes Bessie and Departments -
Receiver's their Assembly Repair
'.- \' year award, W. A. O'Brien, W. A. Made In Supply Joyner back to work after an I and Electrical Ordnance Gear," .

,V ," Dickens, J. F. Tice, J. S. Fagan, Illness of three weeks! Betty one of which he demonstrates in
JS*;. H. W. Jensen, W. B. Myrick, H. C. Hy Leola Jones Whitfield (Myers) and William above picture. His hobbies he are admits baseball a and fish
although
J. McAndrews, four- golf,
J. Black-
Reinke, mar- Coleman was born in
award D. G. Colby, J. D. Did you make any New Year'sResolutions Robert Myers were recently in pole is a temptation.
educated
C. lIe was
year Well there are some ried at the home of the groom's stock, S. ,
? ,
L. A. Osborne, H. Sauer, His ideas have been originated
Graves school
.... L. Gor- aunt. Mrs. William Moseley. The the South Carolina system
1,1,' three-year award, W. C. Brown, C. few of us that did. Vernon is residing in Orange and attended Clemson College I, because of difficulties which he en-
harder now
work couple
W. Hofmelster, W. such resolved to countered in his daily work. The
J B. Corbin, A. resolveto Congratulations to you and During World War I he served in
J. Jones*, J. Smith, R. L. Sibley, O. (most of us would rather Park from which he holds an Beneficial Suggestion Committeeis
I .;t' Freer resolved much happiness And, why is the Navy,
Emily
M. Spicer, E. D. Wood, J W. An- ; work less ) "Who is the sweetestman honorable discharge.In confident Coleman will use his
drews, S. A. Hazouri, M. C. Jack- to do all the things that the question?" asked so often In the Re June 1913 he married Alice Ingenuity in 1916, and his ideas

son, B. M. Jones, JV. Jones, W. she wanted to do. Janette"wish Mathewson and- ceiver's section? Veterans are Law. The Colemans have two will continue to be dropped into -1
Pinholstcr, W. L. made up her mind to boxes. He has the suggestion -
A.
R. King, G. to work after serving daughters and three grandchildren. suggestion
returning
still
of the serv-
Sammons, E. L. ray" hr husband out habit. Why not acquire
Purcell, M. A. Armed forces during the One son-in-law served in
the
Smith, J. B. Barker, C. II. Barlett, I ice. (We want to know the results in Returning to duty World War II. such a habit yourself? When your

.i E. H. Dannard, E. C. Everette, C. II of that one). Edith Reedy Year's resolved Res past recently few have years.been William Phil- Before coming to this activity, job can be improved, no matter

'.l M. Graeff, C. J. Hanson, L. V. not to make any New Bascom Inman, and Howard Coleman had a varied career in how small the improvement, you
Porwall J. W. Rad- olutions-that way she figures she lips, idea. Stop at once, as he
Hilliard, J, F. Kaheryn Schleifer the electrical field. He has been have an
:p. -. ford, R. C. Williams, L. W. Reese, won't have to break any and this Lawrence novel gift the other connected with electrical maintenance does. Write it down and drop in
received
E. Cleveland, A. one is easier to keep. :Margaret a Make ,It a weekly
J. C. Barrow, A. her It was in the shape of a and construction work, served boxes provided.
solve all day. soap
; L. Drake J. J. Feeney, C. L. Gor- Hopkins resolved to and the label on as superintendent of a ware habit in 1946, and if your ideas
to pin guess
resolved rolling
don, M. E. Gregory, C. J. Johnson, problems. Ollie Dutton her the box 7 "Home Defense" Nylons house, worked on signal and electrical can be utilized, you will see them
D. I King, E. J. quit worrying about youngson into operation. You may receive
j" W. M. Junior, she are back I There are few girls detail and traveled fifteen put
McKinney, Jr., E. E. A. Lee, F. B. but secretly she says just around the department that are years for the General Electric aid in presenting your idea
continue doing
.0. G. E. Markham, J. B. thinks she'will from committee representative -
your
r Longhry,
.
of these hose Company.
.,W ..., ., Neel, Jr., G. W. Repoff, M. H. that. Alfred Szarmanski resolved at the Judy proud Butler owners Is a happy girl these Reporting to this activity 7 October or call the recorder, Margarie i
C. J. Whitworth, E. G. to make the minutes longer to D. Putnam, at 8194. '
'tit Rogers, Schran- days. Husband Frank, is home! 1941, he was appointed
matches. George
wrestling
Wolff, and L. L. Wood.
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Big Name BandsAt I Material Officer.-



i MATT NATTC DanceFeaturing T en ,-

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the best bands of the

ENTERTAINMENT country from the "Swing and ; N

; Sway" musiC of Sammy Kay and

the "Let's Dance" music of Kay

Kyser, to Gene Krupa's famous
r Boogie Woogie, NATTC will havea
; MOVIE SCHEDULE dance Thursday, January 2(, at

2000 in the auditorium.

f THURSDAY -- CORNERED, starring Dick Powell and Walter These big name bands will come Our transportation Ity AI Coleman difficulties lik

Slezak. 1800 and 2000lltlDAY to NATTC via recordings and the arise only at leave time and we

! AMI SVTUKDVY SPELLBOUND starring Ingrid music promises to provide some of really had some beauts this holiday

i Bergman and Gregory Peck. 1730 and 2000. the top tunes for favorite dancing. season-but Paul Lazos AMM

,: SUNDAY-MEET hid ON BROADWAY with Jinx taikenburg All sailors are encouraged to invite Ic (AEM: school) is always beset

" and Fred Brady 1500, 1800 and 2000. l I dates WAVES from NATTC, with them. Spends most of his 1
and the Hospital are
Mainside,
MONDVY A\l TlfcsDVY: FRONTIER GAL, starring Yvonne to attendSPLflSHCSfflOmnATTC. spare time on his car, fixing this
urged
i and that 'til one day last week
and 2000.
DeCarlo and Rod Cameron 1800 .
1
Kundravi gave him some real sound
LUNES11YBARBARY COAST, with Wallace Beery 1800
advice-told him to jack up the
i and 2000 I II keyhole and,, install a new car ,
I TIIUKSI\\-BIG NAME BAND DANGLE recordings), 2000- der it, Cheer up, Paul, it,vas un.1 '

2300. NATTC Auditorium. ably sour grapes on his,part

> how;

I I We mentioned the "Shut In" d
I
t.M 1& cub last week It was originally -

comprised! of the boys In L IT. 0 j Jg) IVVV: II. OILLKTT
L. Wing Barracks 15 who never

went any"here-just hung around Lt. Gillett USX halt, relieved

the barracks collecting cobwebs Lt. Comclr. l>v C'. Carter a. Material
Duet and new tunes. ring out and greenmole. Its members Ofllcer for NATechTrm '

from the piano In the WAVES' nine cr-good looking "bachelors." ('('n. A native of Eaton Rapid. ,

lounge a* the front door U continually The club is now rapidly disintegrating I Mich, Mr. Gillett enlisted In the

The : malnslde Waves starting j I Navy nearly. 11 years ago an an
opened and closed. Its downfall Wave Phyllis For 1 1i apprentice seaman HUjwa duty
-q' lounge is. the renter of activity i shey it.taking up most of Tom Includes service aboard the Saratoga -
; but since our biggest Interests are Bruce's time. Frisco likewise with
the Ranger and the Lex\
outside of the barrack. let u the "Angel" and so on down the Ington.: He was commissioned
to several division. and let them
that line. It'* so that you can't tint! any I lieutenant (jg) 15 June 1915.
tell UK the interesting events of them In the barrack after He came here 28 February 1941
taking place.: I
are f
taps as a student In the Advanced
'ooks and Bakers i A party was held at the "NAS Ordnance Officers' school and '

"We find these last few weeks i Annex" last week celebrating the i, later when his order were made
t prior to our discharges are com- Sep' of Bob Rager, cox., and the rwrman'nl.'a8 named bombsight -
parable to those last few hours in approaching wedding of OIlie Le- and automatic pilot In*

school-we are impatient and our I I-ere to Betty Solon, both from struct or. Later lie served as material

minds are on 'extra-curricular' activities :i I Jackson, Mich. Present were the officer at the AOO M'hcxtl
and the fun and freedomand NATTCen constabulary, our j and prior to taking over his present -
clothes associated with them. doughty Buglar Boys and Tom dutfes! was ordnance niato-

But in ,spite of the dragging days Reeves (Marine). It was a jolly rial officer.
there is much to claim our spare and slightly boisterous affair.
, The Ingrid u..rgman-Grt'gory'. Perk Combination Here Friday time, such as planning parties We 11 have to install hoops around ATTENTION, AIL HANDS!

(} and Saturd, SPELLBOUND. several will remember Feeney's Bob tho'-makes it much) easier to Calling all Musketeers, Sailors
little birthday soiree in the lounge! roll him home. and
WAVES
t can you sing
SPECIAL EVENTS Also, planning and even sewing Al Hardy, AOMJc. (Instructorout I or "do a number Do you har-

; Aboard for future wardrobes with of the hospital after a very II bor a yen to act?
, r. Phyllis Sook, Mildred Waddoups, difficult operation on a well-earned NATTC Welfare Is holding a

, MUMMING: DILINDOOR POOL; Recreational period for and Mary ambitious Schuerman seamstresses among Then the leave He tells mt he received 331 minstrel show with all the
G more shots of penicillin Ouch! Ouch! trappings and your participation -
, all Naval Personnel and heir guests: Monday through Friday-1800 there are the inevitable 'jam sessions I
I 1200 1300 to 1700 and 1800 to 2100 Sunday And I thought the 37 shotthat I is essential toward its suc
I to 2100. Saturday 0900 to ; about the old days (d'you !
got was something. Wonder if the
: 2-0 to 1700. and 1800 to 2100. Children must be accompanied by notice how often recollectionsabout cess.So
j
\ odd ones affect your balance? I give a call to J. B. Chick
, f parents I Boot Camp creep into con- Chit-Chat: C. llagenbock. Jr., Ext 8132, and let him know
COURSE. from 1000 to 2000. Open to these ? and of the you
Daily )
(GUM TATION versations days AOMTlc: is getting married this! : want to be in this affair.
all personnel Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium new, or Just an exchange of galley month to a girl from his honre -- --

GOLt INSTRUCTION for NAT1C personnel by R. W. Reynolds, I gab. Room 19 has been convertedinto I town. Wave Bety Louise Cave! got ; ball /game legally from Barracks.

SPI A' \... UOO; to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment) another 'little lounge' and I her nice engagement ring this 17, Jug called the derisions pretty

Sign up at Shack. Barbara Barney, Alma Merrill, and'Frenchy' i I Christmas from her e\-I boy- close, too. Pratt Iiisitnte, N. Y.

llt>.'.,it.S2 .IOUSE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and Briant lost no time in : friend halls, from her hometown (('omrnf'rt'ialrt) will have quitea
Sunuay trom 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives discovering its suitabilities as a too (Cleveland Ohio. few N'\TTCen boys! this year;
a ana guests. place to hold their occasional spir- WAVE Mary I'arllonlllth' Charlie Heston x-Sp\lc: ( It

1 NAIIC LIBRARY open daily from 0800 to 2100. ited 'Square Dances' or what I Jiinmie Quinn (Newsome Two- ': Blending now, Dick Cole. AOMIcexpects
BON LING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. have you! Yes, after over a yearof sonic?) and CPOY( Bob Wiggins : to attend likewise 1 myself.!
life, and the pursuitof '
happiness I and W'a'e: Robinson \\e should be able to form a club
Ashore liberty together it is wonder I (schoolmates from St. I't.te-r.-I of sort.
that we sometimes regret these burg. Fla.) out \
wining and din-
Th Episcopal Army and Navy Center corner of Church and 'last few hours in school." Ing. Also when Is After 27 months on the NATTC
Jlmmie q. bring Police Force
I Market Streets a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to T Division i Robert Reager Cox.: ,
sponsors I ing me my ('lu11 t'au" back? l). J., received his golden
Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are wings yesterday -
2JJO:: Shelby ably chiefs
"The prize of 'T' Division was\ filling the ( at the PerSepCen at Jax
Invite, Shirley Weaving learning to drive shoes. (so they tell me). AFC students That's why you see the sad ex-:
! VCUsONMLLE UE"\IIES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals the division milk truck. It 8t'mKIohe I winning their first basket- pression on "Rusty" French face.

tram union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing almost fell out the open door 1-- _. --.- -
,I and other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bus' while rounding a corner, much to

tare J5c I. the consternation of her passen

NAMIOTIILKS HOslEss IIOUsE 101 :East: Church Street gers. And then when she pulled up 1 a.C
outside WAM'-S :Ship :Service to! .g.C"h. r
t i UFO: tLNTLRS: at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus en.CIV1LIl4N
1 the three .1l
pUk up gang strange
Station Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO
f WOMUNS:; DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. \\'.\\'I"S limbed In, thinking' she g
was running a new' type bus. ran-
CANOL1NG, t'lS1IISOSU BOATING: Cedar River on San ees Maher created a mild 'sensation -

\\I Juan Avenue. Take Lake !Shore: Bus, three blocks from last stop on passing around photon of herself :

San Juan. Row Boats -two hours, 50c; canoes$1.00 per hour; motor I snow-bound achieving a nice N ;F1W\Si

boats 2.00 per hour live to eight people per boat drooped-shape effect wit h a gy '

I II(>U>CU\IK HIDING MAGNOLIA hlAULEs. San Juan rene's skivvy shirt. The same marine .
, nue and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours; $1.50 per Ave-I' Is sending her a series of pictures Ily Emma Sue McLeod

I. \ hour, groups of eight ten-JlOO for two hours HYDE of himself rationed one to JOHN C. LONG AEM school instructor, today celebrates -
-_ -. __ a letter How' many mono" This' his fifth anniversary of service at NATechTraCen
Books! in NATTCLIBRARY with a positive genius for jams of j I has been going on for weeks. during which period he has seen changes. ,

I beautiful mother who managed to Speaking of marines BickfurU's -- many
I un 17 January 1911, exactly five
keep their life beautiful no matter I Bill paid us a'I.1t on his return i
Now that your interests are from leave. What is It about those years ago today Mr. Long startedas nine or 10 barracks available for
;! family and home, the following all kinds, and their charming and guys* We're missing! I). Ludwig II an Instructor in the AMM 'service school personnel. There

,.' books in NATTC library are suggested what happened I I around the 'Dup1 shop Sill.'.. back school Being an experienced ma- : was not even a swimming pool. _
,1. : I FARMER TAKES A WIFE by home perpetrating a merger chinist and at one time head of I There were no such things as
I I II the machine shop In the old Duval
these home town men really seem shrubbery and flowers and
-'
: PLANNING YOUR HOME by John Gould-Humorous sketches I II practically
I I I to have something If our NAVES i high school he was one of the first all the streets were dirt
!, Dunham book and for Thalberg-A the prospectivehome practical -I of life on a Maine farm as they I 1 keep on getting hitched at this.I instructors appointed at this activity roads In 1041) this was indeed a

j with information on appeared to a farmer's wife, originally I rate, our total number In this division )- lie was in the AMM school barren place but today with its
owner a girl from Boston, whose for nearly three years as a hand
the selection' of land, planning. the I. will be so small we'll all go I newly painted buildings paved
)I bland innocence covers a wicked batty talking to ollrltt'h"t'lt.Ulltpt'n""r1 tool instructor. When the AMM streets and artistic landscape it is
, house construction, painting anc. I, appreciation of every situation. i school was closed, Mr. Long was a paradise.
decorating -- even legal matters ,I THE EGG AND I by'Betty Mc- retained by the ACM school,
Mr Long is a native of
Pennsylvania
and financing. "Leaving the Dental section this 511 -
Building where he continues
Donald-Written in a style reminiscent I but
TOMORROW HOUSE by Nelson month to don civvies are Sleighter, .| to teach hand came to Jacksonville in
of ROUGHLY SPEAKING I I 1918. He has made many real
and Wright-How to plan a Smith, Bailey and McGowan. tools in the
this is a highy diverting and Instructive friends not in this
I I only city but
Farewell started last Mon
new home or remodel an old one to parties 1 AEM basic I
? conform with the modern ideas of I. account of farm life on day at Orange Park and from all phase s at this activity and says he recalls
the West Coast City dwellers I
living According to the authors if I available reports it was really a I He is an old many very interesing episodes
whose water comes from a faucet I which occurred here
aren t Wright, you'll be 'Knock-out' party. Hanggi, Hubert timer and has "
'
you ..
C wrong, but even they admit that and whose lights go on when a but and Silverman are recruiting for I seen many He is an enthusiast when it
ton is will decideto I WJ
pressed probably
if you haven't got plenty of mon regular Navy or at least it seems changs take comes to'golf and salt water fishing .
remain dwellers but will
), ey you'd better make the best of city that way. They start the day out I place since his and indulges sports wheneverthe
love about how the other
, what you have and let Frank reading singing 'Here Comes the arrival here. opportunity presents itself.
: Lloyd Wright alone. half lives ICIGHT I and end It by saying '\\' -Navy'I I For example, Horse and dog racing la not what
J. HOUSES FOR HOMEMAKERS War. is Over We Enlisted I he remembers one would call his weakness because

by Royal Barry Wills--A house Don t let Morano and when ship as he puts it, "they can
and lot are not as simple as they confuse you when they start talk service occupied clean you clean," but he does enjoy

appear( This tells you things to INFANTILE ing about the stand: It's farina -] and was John C. Long taking in these diversions occasionally .

look for when you build, buy or I PARALYSIS Island, S. O, their last base. carrying on business in one small .
rent a house with sketches, plans In closing this article let us say room in the old auditorium and Mr Long is so well satisfied
and hints for home builders. JOIN 1U MARCH OF DIMES goodbye to Loraine Luther who many of the buildings now erected with Florida that he has no desireto

JAM YESTERDAY by Kathleen JAN. 14.31 had become an important part of (including Building 511 where he return to his old home or any
Cannell-This is the real story of Barracks 51.. Please writ us, and is now located) did not exist. And parts further north where there

i, a family of unpredictable children -- -- good luck. I, believe, it or not there was only are wintry snows and.blizzardsJ.I'I'tr .









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NATTC Air Raiders NATTC Cagers Seek Seventh Win Tomorrow intramural League F 1



Still UndefeatedAfter A tiF Going Strong-TAO, ::-



Six Games Mess Cooks Ahead ,.,]

The NATTC Air Raiders remained Five new teams have been "iJ
1
-1 unbeaten last week by % jt l ..11112: 1tilias1! entered in the Intramural ;
%
taking two victories. Wednesdaythe ; ; League, It was announced by t
Raiders journeyed to Daytona Lt. C. C. Kelley ol6.'<<'l'-ln- ,.1
Beach and had to come from be- S Oit1I charge. Four of the new teams .
bin dto trip the Welch Hospital are composed of personnel of :,
crew 36-31. Friday the locals entertained the Separation Center.It .\
the Orlando AAF squad In planned to have the ';1.a
and walked away with an easy \ siv teams entered In the School g

47-22 win. < ,' I'1i1t League. This Mill give the league ..'
It was reliable Milan Gjurich !-.1.1i'A U 11i "T .."'; a total membership of ten teams, "
the game out of the the name number of teams that ,'
;
\ .. n ttlp. Raiders played at are entered in the Ship's Com .. .'
,',.?"I.'J!. .... Beach-' After trailing : 'JI J pany League The five now
"," -' hety/af the local team 3 teams are: Medical' Department, .
?A o qn, themselves and put Records Office, Personnel and '
'1' r:.,r.} Mr ;,itwlnnlasfrjjtpurt. "Jug" Gjur- I ft Disbursing all from the Personnel rat
J .ltn?ftff( .ha fik a hard time flnd- Separation Center. The fifth
\ log. Tiei# asketXall night racked -r; new team is the Bake :Shop.

t. p;7c 11- buc tii,in the last period U'I."e1'r Aw New schedules have been completed -
to put the,"Raiders in front for and play Mill be held every -

the first .time.: Gjurich copped scoring Tuesday, Wednesday, and ;
honors with 11 points. Thursday Lt. Kelley said. Formerly -

Friday: night it was a different 'the teams played only vm
story 'ihe Air Raiders took the Tuesdays and Thursdays. "
lead at the outset and were never

in trouble. Behrman and Harlesa After a long vacation during the ;.1
put the local team in front 4-2 holiday season, the teams of the .
early in the first period and the .p!"" Intramural Basketball Leagues
Raiders were on their way. Dan ; have returned to the court.

Fcrezan and Doa Husvar shoved ii11. Three rounds of play have been

the count up to 7-2 but Bob Stec- ,". completed in the Ship's Company
,
kle and "Andy" Anderson con- (, League and only two teams have

nected to keep the Army five in the J 'i ,.. kept their records clean. After two
game. Before the period ended ,1. \ ;' ." rounds in the School League only
Husvar hit again to give the home "" \ ;J ,'\ jf ;tI ." I ,''!,7 one member remains undefeated.
team a 9-6 lead."Jug"'Gjurich. 'i \ ,tf f Early favorite in the
strugglefor
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scored at the ; .'e l .l. '" ; : the Ship's Company title is the
start of the second quarter to I '''' ,, l !': team composed of Mess Cooks,
boost the count to 116. Steckle 'ff \f tv" "" The Cooks have shown, in their
got two quick baskets for the visitors I :.'$\ first three games that they are out
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but Bob Behrman hookedin :. I"'i?' '< : '' to cop the flag or bust. The only
a pair and Dan Ferezan potteda iJ' t .1' \;::1.:,.,..;.: :,: : :'" team that has given them a con-
left-hander to put the locals way r { ',. test thus far is the TEM Division.
out in'front 1711. From then on 'V .J1" .1. Mostly responsible for the fine
it was a walkaway as Gjurich and :' ? showing of the Mess Cooks are

Behrman combined to send the ". ..A\\l.. their two hustling guards Dick
Raiders to a 23-16 halftime mar- 't:,"<, '" ..w.<. : DeVinney and Ron McNey. DeVin-
gin.In 'J ; ney has been setting the pace in
the second half the local scoring with a 14 point a game av- "
team took up right where they r.. hA.Ri.a, erage. He also has been doing a ':'
left off. Behrman, Gjurich and /1__, <4 I'fErCIVS nice job of holding the teanr to-
Ferezan all tallied before Orlando Jid M.liiA''7i:iCfti W "WW gether. McNey is the smallest
could find the range. In fact the "l player on the squad but he has
Raiders set up- such a tight de- I ---- I proved his worth in the first con-
tense that the visitors were limited More Leave NATTCTo tests. Usually calm, McNey is a
to a pair of free throws during Study of Peace real threat on long shots.
the third quarter, which end Separation CentersAnother The other undefeated team in
t I
ed 3118. the League is the TAO division.
In the fourth period the Raiders Problems Offered group with smiling They have used an airtight de-
faces left NATTC last week for
kept right on pouring them in as fense to win three contests. They
!
scattered to be
the visitors began to tire. Behr points separatedfrom i are looking forward to the coming
man and Gjurich led the way as Service PersonnelHaving their naval careers. fSHIPs. !i! battle with the Mess Cooks which

the score rose to 42-20. Lt. Comdr. : Leaving for Separation at Great I may 'decide the champ of the
John J. Gallagher decided to let i served in the last Lakes Ill, were: M. J. Skulski, league.In .
the second squad take over and by S2c B. L. Chillik AOM2c Lor- the School League Barracks
the time they had finished the one, mate, are you interestedin raine Luther, SpS)3c( ) and W. R. COMPANY PROFILES"Where's 13 seems to b having things their
scoreboard read 4722. doing your part to help Rios AEM3c. To be separated at I own way at present but will cer-
Two players were outstandingfor I prevent future wars? Lido Beach N. Y.: W. J. McBride, tainly meet trouble when they run
the Air Raiders. Bob Behr AOM2c A. J. Taksler AEMlc: P. my letter, Willie I up against Aviation Fire Control
man was unstoppable on his shots. To help you; understand L. Mattice, AOM2c, Harry Triano- ?" Everyone asks him that. School and Barracks 14.
He racked up a total of 16 pointsto what you can do and you vich AMM3c and L. R. Stevens, | Four more games will be played
take high scoring honors for have a very real stake in this AFC2c. Traveling to New York And William E. Houghton, i in the Ship's company league next

the evening. Gjurich put on a subject the Educational was Ruth Dole. Sic and to Sampson Sic, the local mailman, usual- Tuesday. TEM Division plays Dis-
B. H. Hakac, AFC2c, and R. bursing Mess Cooks
; and
Dispensary
passing display that had the opposition Services Office now has avail- ly has an adequate answer or
P. AEM2c. PT&W
bewildered all during the Young, ; Divisions against
cheerful remark. Willie has
game. Besides doing a great job ,able for study EM12 "Can Thomas M. Barry, AEMlc John a TAP Division and TFC challenges
of passing he accounted for nine We Prevent Future Wars?" DeCavage, BM2c and F. S. Martin dealt with people for a long Personnel Last Week's Results:

points and helped the Raiders on The Educational Services Of- AOM3c left for Bainbridge, time. In civilian life back in Ship's Company League

the defense. It is Interesting to the direction of Md., while Nelda Sessions Y3c Plymouth, Ind., Willie was a TAO Division 31; TAP Division
fice under 19.
and James Hall Sic traveled to
note that the Raiders were so de milkman for about three
fensive-minded hat Orlando could Lts. (jg) George S. Reuter, Charleston S. C., for their final Personnel 2; Dispensary 9. (For-

only get six points during the entire Jr., and II. P. Jenkins, Jr., is papers. years before entering the feit PT&W).

last half of the ball game. located in Building 501. Separation center for Paul II. Navy. Mess Cooks Divisions 38 36; Police 32.
Orlando's ace was Bob Steckle. Lyons, AOM2c, and G. R. Brooks, "You sure meet all kinds of peo- ; Disbursing 23.
the need for this TEM Division
out 29
lIe hit six points for the visitors Foining Is Boston, Mass., for Joe Ellis ple in that job" he says as he 27. ; TFC Division
Lt. Ruter declared that
and played a steady game. He put I study AOMlc, H. C. Cash AEM2c: R. H. tells some of the experiences which
from has become the School
.A up a lot of fight and with a little freedom war Milner Sic Memphis and J. R. occur in the early morning hours. League
of human well-be- Barracks 13 33
essential
help the outcome might have been first White AOMT2c and Clyde L. Sut- "Everyone seems to have a smile H. ; Barracks 18,
different. ing. ton Bremeton Wash. for the milkman, and often I'm
"Our freedom from war," he said, Aviation Fire Control School 25;
NATTC called to assist in some situations -
James A. Nabers BMlc A. B. upon
Barracks 14, 23.
Player fir ft pfp and kindly relations -
Jo'.n..n ....... .. .. ..... .1 2 2herguon "depends upon just Elliott CSpX( ), John D. Rich- always something differ SHIP'S COMPANY LEAGUE
... ... ...... .. ..0 I 0liuavar among men, progress in bourg AEM2c M. H. Cote HAlc.D. ent happening." Team W L Pi. OI>P.
..... ... .. .... ....2 2 1 knowledge and the arts, safety Mesa Cooks .... ......3 CI lib itBS
Ii,ha'man ..... ..........11 II 8M prosperity and the preservation of F. Finlay ART2c W. O. Wile Willie really TAO Division ........3 0 68
Mucoliylo ... .. .. .... ....0 II 0 liams, S2c Bernard Bickham BM- likes that kind TEM Division .......2 1 89 BHII
'tI.rl" ....... .. .. ... ...1 1 1 civilization. 2c, D. I. Kane AEM2c J. F. Gibson of work and intends TAP Divimon ....,...1 1 21
!\ f .Rr.' 'll'J.Lllt. ..... .. ..... .....1 0 II "Men have Invented bigger and Personnel .. .........1 1 17 44
....(!f. 1(1jurih ........ .... ....... 1 1 better of destruction. The AEM2c J. W. Morton AMM2c to go TKC Division .. ......1 2 71 7&l
IHyrd .... ..... .... ....0 II I.f weapons in size. and W. D. Palmer SC3c were 0 back as soon as Disbursing .1 2 90 112

r ...(. ?:' tw;lkley. .:::::::::::::::::r g 1fi' 018enka world Countries has have been become shrinking more and separated at the Personnel Separ- he gets 0 u in t."You're Police PT&W. .Divtsions',1. .. .. ....0 2 1 7 82. 88 ft

-; more dependent on one another for ation Center at Jacksonville Fla. : out Dispensary .. .. .. ..0 S 11 32:
,
20 ; 10 I the and
open SCHOOL LEAGUEBarracks
.
ORLANDO the things they need. The distinc- f) .. ... .
"110' .,"' < can stop in lit- 13 .2 0 66 4.
Jjl" .tlF'layer Ilf It tion between combatants and non- The real measure of a man'scharacter ,..f hire Control School ..2: 1 59 t5
,era,; ;. "' e'hnndler ... .. . ... .. .1 0 1"II' 1\ combatants has been almost is what he would do if tle coffee shops Hat-racks' 14 . .. ..1 1 19 11
'.'.if{ '\.1 Ht.kle ........ ..........1 0 S be knew he would be found whenever you Ordnance School..l 1 .9 U
Hunt .. ............ ..... .0 0 0 erased. These are some of the never want to mandosn't Barrack 18 ,... .0 21 81
a
n..r" .. ....... .. .. ....0 II 8Mefonald causes that have made modem out
..... .... ... .. .1 :2 2 and monstrous. A' .--- like to be one time for two men to sort and
McKay .. ..........1. II 2 war so ruinous so And they can be settled wisely tied down in an
Anderson or...... ........2 Z II "Everybody has a stake in solv- tied by the will of the identify. The men worked right
Barr .......... .. ... .0 II 0 ing the problem of how to prevent majority Willie JlolIghtonotnce straight through and the jam was
1'iacher ..................1 0 0 only if the majority are willing The post office cleared out quickly.
Brown ..... .. .. .... ....0 0 1 war-but nobody understands the to think about them coolly and requires a great deal of patience very
need better than those now serv- Willie who has been at NATTC
carefully and to weigh the arguments to be able to identify some '
i 16 :
0 ing in the armed forces. They about a year knows almost e,-
for and against any proposed of.the letters which arrive with
know what modern war really is. ery name on the station but very --
Duty Section Two Is They don't want their sons to go ways of settling them. the barest of addresses or just a few people know him. lie Is a ., ; ., .
nickname. Willie learned to decipher
what have "Perhaps what we contribute as quiet little man who sticks pa-
through they gone :
this kind of code from, read
Next for InspectionA individuals will be small but ''
very of
through--or an even worse experience tiently to his job distributing 'J
notes left in milk bottles.It .
if each will do his part the ing '
A Inspection is of a future war. person the mail. \
scheduled for Duty Section Two "But we face no simple or easy permanent victory that we seek is more or less a challenge to His favorie sport is ice fishing
this Saturday at 0900 In the problem" Mr. Reuter went on. will be reality. try and locate the right person to which he can dream of until he re'J
parking area adjacent to Building "People have tried before to finda "After studying EM12 you will which a piece of mail is addressed turns to those lakes in Indiana. .;
/500llalt way of prventing war but they want to take up the study of the and very few letters have to be He says it is really fun to cut two 'I
I I of the duty sections now have not succeeded. If the prob- various nations of the world and returned. They have an active file holes in the ice and have a line
have been through the Saturday lem can be solved at all, one thingis their relationship to the United of the forwarding address of ev- in both and sit, waiting for a Blue <
Inspection! routine. Duty Section certain: It will not be solved Nations Organization. At present, ery person who has passed throughthis Gill or a Bass to bite. The ice is
One will complete the cycle next without a lot of hard thinking. EM41-"Our British Ally" EM44 station within the last six. usually pretty crowded with people W
week. And it isn't enough to leave this -"Australia." EM42-"Our Chinese months. Anything older than that and the fishing is generally
hard thinking to a'few statesmenand Ally," and EM46-"Our Russian is forwarded to the Fleet Records good. That sounds a long ways -\ I

Hint to all young men: The scholars In a democracy, these Ally" are ready to be checked Office. away from this sunshine of Florr I.,
stork Is the bird with the biggest are not the people who settle the out to you by the Educational During the Christmas rush 3,000 Ida but actually it is only about J \
bilL .. great Issues. They can only be set- Services Office." pieces of mail would come In at half a point a way for Houghton.


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: \J '" TOP SCORERJOE Memphis Is
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". Two Navy Teams
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( ,'. '\ Have Swim MeetAt Too Good In I


r NAS TuesdayThe 51-31 GameThe

L.4i: I
<.' ;',,* '. NAS Jax swimming team
,' meets the star-studded Pensacola Jax Fliers, with a 7-2

Navy aquators here next Tuesdayin record before playing. Barks- I. f ,,'
;' the second meet of the new '=-
dale AAF last nig11t"it) ?.4 jJ" ::
swim season. First event will be \- 4 ....
lana return to e. PI' { ,
$ '
at 1900 in the indoor pool. I : : \. ,
auditorium thlt] ,
The Marine swimmers from cou ;
( to meet ..t1i.tO: +i b' ; 't..: .
... Cherry Point, N. C., outsplashed night .
the Jax team last Saturday after- AAB basketeer si}>ithecFl$1 : ,
at the local pool and took
noon game of a doubla-headerj \ ,
1 ,<: all but two firsts in eight eventsto
'. > The NAS WAVE$ Will talfAh
.. ,. > win, 4719. court In the opening aineat,1830! ;
s ll ;..t \, Bruce Harlan, SpA)3c( ) had little against the strong Fletcher's Res-

k '{:, '11. trouble winning first honors in taurant five of Jacksonville. The
,. ... ; .' diving. Only other Navy first was WAVES had won three of their ,

;<, "'I'', ," the 220-yard free-style taken byJ. four games before playing last
I '. kL McNally, S2c, of Austin, Minn.In night at Camp Blanding, whom
", addition to meet events, an ex- trey eked out 21-23 in the last .
:):' hibition 200 free-style was swum
meeting of the sextettes.
L : by Sgt. Jane Cook of Cherry Point, Memphis' NATTC Hellcat

:; : :i national junior 400-yard championand stopped a winning streak of the
; Lt: (jg) Helen Perry of Jax, Filers here last Saturday night

', national AAU 100-yard backstroke when their lofty players went on
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titlist. n Qx a scoring splurge In the last min
'I 'tV\, "> : -1 t Results:
,
,- utes of play to win going away .
f 60-yard free-style-M/Sgt. O. Shaffhau-
: ser, CP, first; J. M. Baldwin. SpAI2c( ) 01-31.
NAS second; Lt. S. Eilckion, CP. third. The Fliers had a half-time advantage
S 25 flat. of 19-17, but the injury of
100-yard breast itroke Lt. W. Kelly,
and eagle-eyed Memphis
t't Demars
CP, first, Pfc. E. DeClniue, CP. second,
C. L Derman FhMSc, NAS. third. 1.OS. d sharpshooters combined 'to widen
"' : =: y.l. 220-yard free-style J. McNally, SZc the margin in favor of the visi
> : / I NAS. first: Cpl. W. Segady, CP, second tors. Demars was benched tem
1 find Ms), L. Williamson, CP, third.
with head injury.
2:36.2.100yard: porarily a
back.trok-cII. Thomas Bentley The Hellcats took an early 10-6
1- .
; CP, first! T. F. Brown AEM3c, NAS,
RUNrwA-Y"1t' second, and Lt. H Spencer, CP, third. lead, but field goals by Trosper,
t 1i1l.2. Demars and Gorjuze forged the
f ) Uivinsf-Bruce Harlan, SpA)3c) NAS, h Fliers ahead at intermission. After
1 first Lt. J. Roth CP, second and J.Harnleh .
Sic, NAS third. 153 points. the half, Memphis roared backas
.' '; I 150-yard medley rt'lay-Kelly. Bentley Oldham and Dean found the
'k1ii and 1124.1.JShaffhauaer, Cherry Point, first. range and Schaus continued to flip

baskets. Schatid six-foot four
,
free
200-yard
':' I Frlckson, a'h;; :: ; TROSPEK, diminutive NATTC center, showed his all-
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4' Point, tirxt 145.1. Flier forward, is an offensivecog American wares in sinking 20
team
Pensacola
The swimming
the NAS basketball
on
Includes Bob Headlee, Sic, of Chi points.
Colleges Will Proselyte Football i team. He played with Oklahoma The defensive work of Ned
who holds the Bermuda 200-
cago City University in his home Staitz, Flier guard, was out
Ily Jim Anderson, Y2c yard free-style; Cadet Johnny town prior to starring: on Navy standing and was a factor in the

Now Chuck Purvis is a wise Joe when it comes to football. He I teams at Hutchinson and Jack- narrow first-half score.

knows the game outside in-and then some more. I Purvis To Be I sonville. offense Little with Joe Trosper 15 points.led His the usual Flier

So this Purvis is here at NAS Jax. Seeing as how he was one of VanWie of Troy, N. Y., who accurate shooting failed him in the

the two Navy backfield coaches this past season, we thought he'd Auburn CoachLt. breast-stroked with the Dartmouth last four miuutes of play and the

have the word. varsity; Cadet Bob Dippy of Pen- Fliers did not counter as Memphis
Charles "Chuck" Purvis, sacola, Swarthmore college free-
After long deliberation to our question, he replied in his southern backfield coach of the Navy last style record holder; Cadet Johnny cats stretched the the scoring.out from The 3631to Hell

drawl, "Yes." So that was that. Lt. Chuck Purvis, former Purdue and season who has reported to the Warren of Orange, Mass., distance ti1-31in ran the game last six minutes.

Illinois back and more recently a coach of note, an adherent of the Physical Training departmentof swimmer for Williams college; A After the Orlando game here tomorrow
NAS Jax, last week signeda C. Pulakos, SpA)3c) of Erie, Pa.,
road
sport which took over where Rugby left off, placed himself among the Fliers take the
contract to be backfield coachat varsity swimmer of Michigan university -
those who think that the college game will continue to be proselytized. Auburn. ; Lee Kemberling, S2c, of: and, play at Key at West ParrU Monday Island and Saturday at

Shucking out shekels to strong-limbed young men is not goingto Lt. Purvis, soon to be eligible Toledo, Ohio, of Marquette university Cherry Point next Wednesday.

throw cold water on football as played. in the higher Institution, of for separation, will go to and others.Bowling The Fliers tripped the Univer-
Alabama Instituteat I .
learning, is the way l'ur\'ls belle\es. For he says, "College football nil Polytechnic sity of Florida last Friday at

reach an all-time high In popularity during the next five )'ears. I A Auburn native, of Ala.Glenville, this spring., Ga., he Tourney i Gainesville second, 41-29.triumph It was over the NASsquad's the

The old college-try just won't please the cash customers. Since attended college at Purdue and collegians.

those holding the greenbacks are always right, high-powered teams I Illinois. He was at Purdue for To Be Next Week

will be expected to roam amongst the stadia. So, the scramble is on I one year when the Boilermakers WAVES SET SCHEDULE

as college scouts seek bright prospects from the service teams. We, included. Transferring Cecil Isbell to andcompany. Illi- Elimination singles bowling The basketball schedule of the
tournaments for enlisted men, officers NAS WAVES team has been announced
have it on good authority that players who drew main billing are being nois, he was a starting back
and WAVES will begin next by Lt. (Jg) Verla M. Hill,
offered everything except a new Buick, and the labor strike mightbe and played most of the game week and entries are now being coach, through February, as follows

the cause of no Jitmoblles being included in the lucrative offers. _when the Illini upset Tom Har- taken for 60 cents. War Bond :
mon and Michigan in 1939. prizes will be awarded. Friday, 18 Jan.-Flitcher'i Restaurant
"Many good boys have been developed playing with service After coaching high school here. .
teams," Purvis pointed out."Those/ who had the chance to stay in the ball for two years at Mattoon, Entries must be made by 1300on Saturday, 26 Jan.-Pensncola, there.
States and of Winners will be Saturday, 2 Feb.-Penaacola. here.!'
play the game will have the jump on those who went 111, Lt. Purvis became assist- day rolling.
Tuesday 5 Feb Daytona Beach
overseas. determined by high total ptnfal : her .
ant varsity coach at Illinois in Nurses,
. 1912. In April of 1913 he enter- with six games across six alleys. Friday, 8 Feb.-Camp Blending, Nurses

(NOTE-NAS Jax: has produced outstanding grid teams and the ed the Navy and in succession Enlisted men will roll Mondayat here.Saturday, 9 Feb.-Rollins College, here., .
1915 squad was right up in there with the nation's best. Informationhas went to Carolina Pre-Flight, 1700 and 1900; officers Wednes- Monday 11 Feb.-Camp Blanding varsity

it that Fliers in the market for college teams Hill be playing for Norfolk and Elizabeth City be- day at 1900, and WAVES Thurs- here. 13 Feb. Camp Blending .'
the Demon Deacons of Wake Forest and the Gamecocks of South Car fore becoming one of the two day at 1900. Eight highest in each Do'\: here -
olina In the Southern conference, and the Gators of Florida in the backfield coaches at the Naval event will bowl for the station Friday, 22 Feb.-Corpus Chrtstt, here.
Southwestern conference, come this Fall.) Academy. championship and grand prize of aml.
$50 bond. ,
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"That was probably the most unusual play in the last 10 years of !
football." Purvis was talking about the disputed goal line tackle in the SWIMMERS, TAKE YOUR MARK! Netters Drop .
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Dame The = -
Navy-Notre game. Navy backfield coach said from the .\ x
bench it looked like a touchdown, but motion pictures confirmed of- Daytona Match ;' .
ficials in saying the Middle tackler had shoved the Notre Dame back ; f .. {
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out of bounds Just inches short of what would have been a game The Welch Convalescent Hospl.? .'" : f.1;

winning score. tal netters repeated a previous win : ,.' ..
The Army game was lost In the first quarter, I'unls said. over the NAS Jax tennis team In' ,>J
"Monday-morning quarterbacks have questioned the strategy of x taking a 4-2 match Monday at

Navy electing to kick-off after Army had won the toss and chose to Daytona Beach. -< w ii
take the wind. That was the strongest wind I have ever seen duringa Another match between the, ,:;
football game." But the Navy strategy to hold Army back-fired, for Daytona team and NAS will be

the West Point machine proved unstoppable. played here Friday, 25 January.Lt .

Blanchard! The best all-around plajer he has ever seen on s> W. R. Beams, Jax; coach,
gridiron, says Purvis. said more players are needed for
"But we outplayed Army in the last three quarters," the coach the tennis team and men desiringto
said. "and did something no other team did in going through their try out have been asked to con-

line to score. Our boys really played great ball after that first quarter," tact him at extension 8381.
The Navy has two fine backs, in Pete Williams and Bruce Smith, Results of Monday's match:

and they'll be heard from, says the man who coached them. The first Smiles .
1. F. n. Smith, falc, defeated
1 year of using the "T" caused the Middies their ups and downs, and Whitney Sjrt. .;
the offensive didn't really get rolling until the Michigan game "The 2.! C. J:2Ni: : n. AM3c, I oat to Lt,
boys were really clicking that day," said Purvis. Gerard in-8 r...
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8 J. Burns ART2c. lost to Set.
Vaughn 6-4, 6-3.

SCUTTLEBUTT: Alonzo Stagg, grand old man of football, now Lynch 4. :t'.6.Floyd 1, 6-2. SpA)2c, lost to Sift.
on the Coast, Is being mentioned for the head coaching job of the Doubles
Florida Gators. t. Smith and Nelson lost to Whitney
and Gerard 6-4. 8-6.
2, burns and Iloyd defeated Vaughn
FOOTBALL AWARDS
LAUNDRY TROUBLE and L)noh 4-6. 8-6. 63.
Army's Doc Blanchard, Navy's Washington (SEA-StIll mad .

Dick Duden, Bob Waterfield of over not having been able to get .... Lieut. Earl Beckman, coach of
the Cleveland pro Rams, Mel Hein, some shirts back from a laundry START OF TilE 100-YARD breast stroke event of the Cherry the Great Lakes Navy'cage team
and Steve Juzwik were selected to without a ticket some 23 years Point-Jax swimming event last Saturday afternoon is shown. En- which has averaged nearly 80
receive 1945 awards at the Touchdown ago, Grover Cleveland smashed out trants (left to right) are L. W. Kelly of the Marines, C. L. Berman points in winning its first seven

Club's annual banquet on 8 windows of six Chinese laundries of NAS, Pfc. E. DeCleque of Cherry Point, and H. Kermplenski of starts, used to coach at Lowpolnt.
January 1946. :I before police stopped him. NAB. Ielly's winning tune was 105.: I1L '





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