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Creation Date: January 31, 1946
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.... 3, No. 47 31 Januarv. 1946
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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA "




I 1,000th Baby Is Honored MONDAY WAS a bit day at Navy Relief Drive Opens Tomorrow I


the Dependents' Unit of the
Naval IlotpiUl_teltbrMion of -
the birth of the 1.000th baby
since the opening of the hoipitil -! I MARINE C. O.
II month (co. In the Vandegrift To Seek Voluntary
photo to the left the reaion for
aU th. incitement, Louis Char; .
lott Koitln. U shown nestling :

In Koitin the< arm while* orda'p: Harold Ko A..-I Command NAS Gifts; CampaignWill

tin look' fondly on. Baby Lou-
wKsy I.. made her grand entrance
Marine Barracks End 15 Feb.
Friday In the bottom photo I
doctor, itnrMi and hospital
corpsmen participate In a 'eatlY. -

W. event.. rak-cuttlnr In the foreground to mark, left the New commanding officer of Tomorrow marks the open-

.}.. ..... to Taylor tight, medical are Lt.officert Comdr.Comdr.J. J. C.. the NAS Marine Barracks ing of the Navy's own drive,

..;, o ,-1 II. Morton (cutting cake). here will be Lt. Col. Alexan- the annual call for contribu-

.....r rl. senior Krauter obstetrician(holding Nura babyt Dorothy ) der A. Vandegrift, Jr., USMC, tions to the Navy Relief So-

."," Chief Koatin. and Captain who tomorrow assumes the ciety.
.
S. Clarence J. Brown commanding -
:.. -"\ officer of the Naval Hospital. post held since October, 1914, NAS Jacksonville, through the
.
Baby Lonia* didn't get to eat by Col. Martin J. Kelleher, auxiliary here, Joins the Navy-wide

any .( th. ...... but the participant USMC (Ret.). voluntary contribution campaign
which will be
In the celebration conducted through
made short work of It. Lt. Col. Vandegrift, who led the 15 February Although the Society :I

_- --- 3rd Battalion, 21th Marines, 4th will gladly accept donations
Division, in that battalion's heroic throughout the year, a concerted

engagements at Saipan Iwo Jima I campaign Is waged each year at ,
and other Jap-held Pacific islands, this time to raise funds in orderto
has been executive officer of the keep the Society going and live
Marine Barracks since coming up to its motto: "The Navy takes i
here 13 Oct. 1945. Among the dec- tare: of its own." I

? orations worn by Lt. Col. Vande- wa e As In the past, this year's drive J
rz! grift are the Presidential Unit Ci- is emphasizing the number of per-

tation, the Silver Star, the Legionof sons contributing rather than the
Merit and the Purple Heart witha individual amounts collected. Officers -
star. have been appointed rep-

The outgoing commanding: officer resent their respective divisionsand
departments, and
is a familiar figure at this sta- they will
conduct the drive in their
tion, and is a veteran of 35 yearsof own ac-
tivities. Proceeds will be turned
Leatherneck service,
having entered
over to the headquarters of the
: the corps as an enlisted man
Jacksonville
Auxiliary located at
in 1910. Col. Kelleher will continueon xa.
> the rear of the Protestant Chapel.
the rolls of the service until
t June when his terminal leave pe- Chaplain In Charge
Chaplain Paul H. W. Olander,
riod will have ended.
assistant executive secretary of
Col. Kelleher came to Jacksonville -
the Jacksonville Auxiliary, is
after serving as chief of staffat heading the effort here. He pointed -

Jrr Quantico, Va. Previous to that out that the purpose of the So-
he was attached to the 1st Divi ciety Is to aid In times of emer-

sion Fleet Marine Force. Besideshis gency need, the officers and enlisted .1
duties as commanding officerof personnel of the Navy, their
the Marine Barracks, Col. Kel- dependents, and the dependents of ,
I WAVES -As-Permane-nt leher was Station Security Officer, deceased naval personnel. Service Y]

I Traffic Court Officer, president of .__m___, ____ is rendered without nn__ regard to-- rAnk.__n_ (J
the General Court Martial Board or rate.
Part of Peace-Time NavyWAVES and station fish and game warden. ASSUMING command of the It is the Society's belief that ;

Son of General.As NAS Marine Barracks, starting men of the Naval Service desireto
be .- the son of General Alexander Friday, will be Lt. Col. Alexan-
a -
may permanentpart --------- develop and maintain their independence
of the peacetime Navy, It was Comdr. S. E. Tribble, attended a A. Vandegrift, Commandant, U. S. der A. Vandegrift, Jr. self-reliance and financial -

revealed here this week by Comdr. dinner party at the Officers' Club. :Marine Corps, the new commandIng STAR FOLLOWS DSM: integrity. It has always

Joy Hancock, Women's Reserve On Wednesday morning Comdr. officer has long been sur- A change in the order of prece- been the policy to help men meet
Representative for BuAer and Hancock and Comdr. Stallings de- rounded by the traditions of the dence of decorations awarded by their own obligations in times of .:
Deputy Chief of Naval Operationsfor parted by plane for a tour of the :Marine Corps. His first tour of the Navy, announced this week In emergency, but not to relieve -

Air. Banana River Naval Air Stationas duty with the Leathernecks came AINav 49-16, provides that the them of their responsibility to pro 1
Speaking before a special con- part of Mrs. Hancock's tour of in 1935, soon after his graduationfrom Silver Star and the Legion of vide for themselves and their dependents

vocation of WAVES at the Stu- the NAATC. Virginia :Military Institute, Merit will follow Immediately aft- insofar as they are able.
.
dent Officers' Auditorium Tuesday when he entered the corps' BasicContinued er the Distinguished Service Medal. For this reason, financial assist
evening, the high-ranking WAVE on Cage Two ance is rendered either as a gratuity -l
officer stated that the Navy De- Dimes March Hits or in the form of a loan with.

has asked for retentionof out Interest which may be repaidby
partment
JUNIORS GET THE CASH
WAVES in the post-war Navy. Record Amount .1.1t" a monthly allotment. The repayment -
"Legislation covering this is ex- ; of a loan enables the So-
pected to be passed by Congress Will Close ': '1 1' 11H ciety to help other men or their -;

she declared I Today ,; ; dependents, when in need. Gratui
shortly, "but has t: I tJiS !
ties are an outright gift and new
been delayed by the proposed Highlighted by a Memorial Ball ( contributions must fill the deficit
Army-Navy merger and the pres- last night in Malnside Auditorium, H
ent filibuster now going on about the 1946 March of Dimes Cam- 1!I e '. i it they The create.Navy Relief Society was ..-_
the FEPC. Original enlistments paign draws to
close
a today with
formed in 1904 for the special benefit
1 will be for two, three, or five year every Indication of being a smash- I of Navy widows and orphan
periods with an opportunity for ing financial success '
children. Today the Society is
p
extending-with service in the Answering the first appeal of the maintained for many other reasons .
United States and, possibly, Ber- new year, personnel of the Naval I and for many more people. Why
muda, Hawaii, and other points t <
Air Station proved overwhelmingly the organization continues to function -
outside the continental limits. Al- that NAS Jax has a big heart is readily understandable in

though no definite number has with the announcement by Chap- : the light of the many problemsthat
been decided the force will include '
-
confront the serviceman
lain Paul H. W. Olander, general ; *if + average
between five and ten thou- from the time of his induction -
chairman, that as of Tuesday '
sand women. The program will be morning more than $1,400 had W or enlistment until the day he

set up immediately upon passageof been raised at Mainside and the is dischar'}ed.Solves .
"
the bill, and will in no way influence Many Problems
or stop the present demo- Separation Center alonenearlydouble : w I Suppose a man's pay accounts
raised last
bilization of WAVES," she added. the amount year. I are 'fouled up while he is being
1 Comdr. 'llarlc''k: complimented' A complete report will be pub- Continued on Page Two
: lished in next week's issue of the
.
the :WAVE3 .n fte ec"" it Job "
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they have tST; ....'f* their! organi- Jax Air News. ; 'b'A' DEBATE- MERGER PROPOSAL

;; ratlon/and-trJtn; tuN\1 t. -cmain One of the major sources of do- .y'; Comdr. Howard E. Born com
,:'r.' In service unnl 1 ,,-pt:mi.Lii. nations was the "Bottle Race" established manding officer at NAAS, Cecil
'
Fpllowlng the %ewMui., .idr. in front of Mainside Field, participated In a debate before
Hancock escorted r a C',. Edith Ship's Service.!! Vieing to.keep their | 'C a of officers at
group army 1
.... .....:;:'t. Ii; mailings; dirty'. ,, or: > AVES home states out in front, sailors, : the Camp Blanding auditorium on
for the Naval Air Adv i>1' u TrainIng WAVES, and officers have been I the Army-Navy merger proposal.

Command, who w w p* moted pouring a steady stream of change : The debate was held Tuesday aft
to that rank this week, and Lt. of the bot- .
Into the hungry mouths ernoon. Comdr. Born was accompanied .
) tles. By Tuesday morning the total to Camp Blanding by Lt. -

Manpower Box Score "take" had reached $141 u Comdr. Robert Misbach, who is '

Since the surrender of Japan The money so- generously contributed attached to the carrier qualifica S '
there has been a total of 109- by all hands will go to H_ II! "1"- ) tion unit at Cecil
THE SONS and daughters of naval officers on duty here at the.
first enlist-
019 Regular Navy I and treatment of polio
the care Jacksonville Naval Air Station decided to show the world what they SPACE TO BE RATIONEDThe
ments transfers to the
Regular and to the financing of re-
Navy from reserves and Induc- victims of prevention and could do for the March of Dimes and the other less fortunate kids Jax Air News Is at pres-
search on means victims of To the tune of $47.63 they showed ent far '
tees, and re-enlistments and ex- the disease through the who have been polio. receiving more requestsfor 11
tensions, as of 16 January. For cure of for Infantile t.he.world.. and they are pictured as they turned over the money to Insertion of Want Ads In
Foundation
10 National Chaplain Paul H W. Olander, chairman of the March of Dimes drive. the Commercial Bulletins col-
the period January through .
and its local chapters.The
16 January, there were 5,850 Paralysis All Of the money was collected by the kids, all less than twelve years umn than it can possibly print.To .
first enlistments In the Regular 1946 nation-wide appeal pf old,-at a variety\ show which they wrote and acted for the patientsand handle these requests equit-

Navy, 2,205 transfers to the the March of Dimes was dedicatedto staff,of the Naval Hospital early this week. Admission charge ably, all ads have been placedon
Regular Navy from reservesand the memory of the late Franklin wi':'ten cents or more," and the audience of 150 people viewed an a "first come, first served"

inductees, and 678 Regular D, Roosevelt( founder of the hour-long exhibition of singing:, dancing, and magic. Grouped around I basis. We will make every effort

Navy,re-enlistments and exten- National Foundation, and symbolof 1Ward (left to right): Roddy McDowell Brent Taylor, I to run as many as possible
sions. the' fight against the dread '"Jane, Joyceare Patsy Jones, Bill Neblettt, and Sally I each week, space permitting.Vol fl
crippler-poliomyelitis. Taylor.



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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 31 January, 1946


. NAVY'S HELPING HAND Robinson Heads Seeks Comdr. Feddern--



CQTU DivisionAt Continued transferred from from Page sea duty One to hospital Named C.O. At

rehabilitation. The Navy will

Cecil FieldPlans take care of his basic needs such Yellow Water

as food and shelter. But without
for the centralization of ready cash he can not wire home Impressive change of ('ommaJ.
field carrier landing practice and ceremonies were held at Yellow .
bark that dollar to a friend
pay Water Naval Air
Gunners"School
carrier qualification and landing
IF' .I \ i I F.a signal officer training at NAAS, who's shipping out again, or even last Friday afternoon. Be

Cecil Field, swung into high gear buy a cake of soap. Or to make it fore an assembled group of over
the past week with the arrival I more complicated, but Just as possible 3000 officers and men, Commander:
there of Lt. Comdr. H. A. Robin- say a man returns from Robert Feddern relieved Capt. E.
son as officer in charge of the E. Dolecek as Commanding Officer
unit. overseas, picks up his family, and 6f the gunnery school.
drives down to Jacksonville his
Training activities at the auxiliary new duty station. He'stops at the Following a brief personnel inspection
air station have been rela- Disbursing Office to pick up $200 Capt. Dolecek read his
tively quiet since the first of the that's on the books-but his pay orders assigning him to sea duty
year when VSB moved from that accounts haven't arrived. In the and then Comdr. Feddern read hla
station to NAS, Jacksonville. meantime, he needs money to rent orders designating him as the new
However, in the weeks ahead, ap- an apartment (If he can find one), Commanding Officer.
proximately 75 airplanes Includ- for food, and many other things. Capt Dolecek took over the Yellow
ing F6Fs, SB2Cs TBMs and It's true he'll get that $200 in the Water command only three
F4Us, will be assigned to the end, and the allotment check will months after the station was com
training unit there. be mailed from home just as soon missioned. While preliminary plan
According to Comdr. P. D. Bui, as his mother-in-law II'informed ning for the station had Ipfl ro'de '.
NATTC single engine training officer by her daughter of their new it was due to his unUrlngj fforts. 71
consolidation of field carrier home address. I
that they were worked!/nut-and,
landing practice, carrier qualificaLt. ".tjIII
Financial assistance given by developed into the; IatNMal I'
the Society during the past year Air Gunner's School 1pJjieWorld;& '
exceeded that of any previous year
in its history. At least 98 per cent
of this assistance was rendered to ,
i
enlisted personnel and their de-
w5'
pendents. The extent of this finan- .
cial assistance can be realized
when it is noted that for the So-
ciety as a whole a total of 19,430
gratuities Were granted totalling
$1,106,004.88; 14,274 loans were
l made for hospital and medical care
of dependents amounting to $863-
t[ 045.80; 51,656 loans were made for
M 1 other purposes totalling $2,492-
734.18; and $263,041.48 in loans
were converted; to gratuities and
wiped off the books.

\ Not all persons visiting the of ,
b I flees of the Society are seeking i
cash, although financial difficulties '
may be the root of their troubles.
fj Recently a seaman, first class,
I brought his bride to Jax. He had
just returned from duty in the
North Atlantic, and knew nothing I
Comdr. II. A. Robinson of the cost of living. Even though
the furnished room he
finally
I
tion and landing signal officer
found in town was more than he
training at Cecil will relieve the
could afford, his wife was unhap I
ATUs of this work and permit
She had no friends, no placeto
py. Comdr. Jtobert FeddernAfter
them to into effect the
put post
I go during the day, and no space
war training syllabus.The to move about in the cramped brief temporary duty on the
training unit at Cecil will I West Coast Capt. Dolecek will
room. When he went ashore on
officially be designated as CQTU, embark on a tour of sea duty.
liberty at night, there was
an expanded version of the T-4 Comdr. Feddern was formerly
ing to do but go out to
z which was transferred to the auxiliary and, perhaps, a movie. noth'j the Commanding Officer of the
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station from Jacksonville in wife was becoming more and Naval Air Gunner School at'Pur-
December. The actual carrier landings irritable. It so happend that he cell, Oklahoma.
and phases of the landing signal was able to get a house in one of lie won his wings at Pensacolain
THE NAVY RELIEF Society offers dependents of naval personnel -. officer work will be at sea the Navy housing projects. His 1936 and has been on active
the services of a visiting nurse. Miss Edith Mack, driving a aboard the U.S.S. Solomons, escort wife would have plenty of opportunity duty since that time. After touts
car provided by the Welfare Department, makes as many as 10 to 12 carrier based at Mayport.Lt. to make friends with other of duty in the Pacific on scouting
calls each day giving advice and aid to mothers of new-born infants, Comdr. Robinson, who will Navy wives, and the rent would be and searching missions he nerved
., and assisting sick dependents of Navy'men and women here. In the continue his duties as staff car ; very reasonable, but the house was with the Atlantic squadrons and
top photo she is shown with Mrs. Carl O. Bunnell, Jr., who recently rier qualification and landing signal unfurnished and he had no capitalto then came to the states for a long
returned to her home in Dewey Park with her infant son. In the officer, was a landing signal purchase furniture A loan was succession of duties including
lower photo Lt. (Jg) Thoreau E. Raymond, Navy Relief treasurer, officer aboard the U.S.S. Saratogafor arranged through Navy Relief, he Fleet Air Wing Six, Naval Air
.. Jacksonville Auxiliary, discusses a personal problem with Keith two years before he came to bought a few basic pieces of fur Station at Shawnee, Okla., and the
Karren, AMM3c. The motto of the Society is-"The Navy takes care Jacksonville in October, 1944, as niture, he got the house, his wife Naval Air Station here in Jack-
of its own," but not all the perplexing problems it helps solve are LSO of VF5.: He served as officerin took renewed interest in life, and son>'ille.
financial ones. Someone is always on hand at the Society's office to charge of T-4 here until he was the threatened "return to Mama" In early 1943 he won the Air
talk over any question and to lend a friendly, helping hand. assigned to the staff. was averted. Medal for crallant- action in rescuing -
15 downed airmen in the
I Baltic Of Tho Bottles Coral Sea.Civilian .
VandegriftContinued Two Turtles Like I I


School at from Philadelphia.Page One Com piettyg Leatherneck PartyMarine EEP YOUR STATE AHEAD Gets Navy Economy SupportThe

this training period he reported first sergeants are traditionally Navy is lending every p4Jf1-
aboard the U.S.S. Minneapolisas rugged individuals but sible aid to alleviate shortage of
junior officer of the Marine de- one of them at the Marine Bar- critical items in the civilian econ-
tachment. In 1937 he returned to racks Pay Office must have a sentimental omy and to help speed the recon-
r Quantico attached to the Fleet regard for pets-particu version process in general, AINav
Marine Force. larly pet turtles. W1LIr 45-46 pointed out this week. .
Since the Marine sergeant is too Prompt demobilization of material -
When the Marine officer met the busy to taKe care of two of the 4 is one of the Navy's moat
japs in the Pacific island fighting crawling critters himself he has critical and urgent problems, the
it wasn't his first encounter with i 1 s"1 1 ,
assigned this duty to Corporal Dea communication states. Assistance
these sons of Nippon since he had I, Byars. Corp. Byars, who housed t @ # S f K 6 o to returned veterans, reconversion,
served in the Orient from 1939 un- the turtles in a large fish bowl, 2't 29 :co 31 12 $ {4At alleviation of the housing shortage -
til June of J941 while the Japa- added some gold fish for company and the non-availability of

nese armies were occupying north- but the turtles found these finny At \M A/1/i' i. lit i items urgently needed in civilian
ern China. During that 1939-1941
ones too flashy, so they just devoured < / economy are all factors which
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period he was attached to the Ma- them. t s t must be given immediate consider
rine Guard and the Marine Bar- 40 41 47 43, ; 4S 4t, 4' ,
The turtles, which haven't been ation in our national. Interests, it
racks at Cavite, P. I., and Pekin, adorned with any official names, added.
China.It will have been Marine pets for a i PUllMlTHE ) / The AINav.called attention tp
was at Pekin with 70,000 Jap year in March. Service life seems t) the fact that this policy had been '"
troops in that part of China that to appeal to them since they are as outlined previously, and was being
he personally observed the poten- frisky as ever. Their special diet, re-emphasized at ,this time be- .
tial might of his country's future according to Corp. Byars, is just cause of the Importance) ylif_ hJs. ; )
enemy. He recalls many incidents, plain turtle food and any stray s; problem _. :.*t ,,:
involving U. S. Marines and other that ; t .
bugs happen to wander into -v.... '' J
Americans, which kept U. S.-Jap the office. s Navy Ace Talk At \ -.. ;.j
relations at a near-breaking point. I >
School Club .
After returning to the U. S. 'CIIUTES SCARE IIUSKER Session.:

less than six months before the Manhattan, Ill. (SEA-Andrew Members of a model airplaneclub
Pearl Harbor attack, he was at- Swanburg, husking corn on his at Lake Shore Junior
tached to the Marine Corps School farm, saw something that made School heard Lt. Comdr. High
at Quantico as an instructor. In him rush to the telephone and Voris speak on some of his war
the summer of 1943, he reportedto summon the sheriff, saying that 'a experiences at a meeting held
Camp Pendleton, Calif., and left Jap balloon had landed in his field. Wednesday morning at the school.
later that winter for the Pacific When, two deputies :examined the Lt. Comdr Voris, who is attached -
with his battalion. This unit was black box'and red silk parachutethey to the station's I.A.T.U. school
subsequently involved in four major found it was equipment from was credited with shooting down
engagements in a year's time the U. S. Weather Bureau Stationat nine Jap fighters, during the
\. including landings at Koi-Namur nearby Joliet, time he flew from the decks of the
Tinlan and Iwo Jima. USS Hornet and the USS Enter-
Saipan, -- "BOTTLE RACE: Is really bringing out those nickels
Suffering shrapnel wounds at Sai at the Naval Medical Center at prise.
dimes, quarters afid higher: amounts for the March of Dimes Cam-
pan, Lt. Col. Vandegrift later returned Bethesda, Md. paign. Competition is keen, and It's been nip and tuck for first place. .
to his outfit in time to After release from the hospitalhe liars Leonard Gatti, Sic' (ARM), forks over sonic change to keep UltONG TARGET
participate in the Iwo Jima as- attended the Marine Staff and his native Brooklyn among .the leaders. If your Salt Lake Cltay (SEANavalLt. )
are
fcault Wounded again at Iwo, he Command School at Quantico Im- you'll notice that q/kttl got so' excited about getting eyes his picture sharp tak-, Harold Q. Bradshaw was
was returned to the United State mediately prior to his reporting to en that he dropped coins In North Carolina's bottle by mistake The granted a divorce because his wife
where he underwent an operation Jacksonville in 1945. drive in scheduled to dose today., tossed a glass at his commanding

officer during a party here.r' .


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WILCO .. Hospital MAINSiDE

\ i : "r L Chatter"Gene
1 / \ : k.
II I Y Ji- ; .- ,
{ ; t. \ and Jo" Magicians made
., :: ,
0 : everything including themselves WELFARE
" their
;, rti.2\' \ disappear during engage-
"
ment In the hospital auditorium.
:
.I \ The show was enjoyed by all even

r .,' the boys who went up on the stage
. } r to assist In parts of the program. PRESENTSMAINSIDE
.
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I t: -....'.'' t) r" Lt. Malvina Helen Lavich (NC) .

e---;; '.d. reported aboard the past week.
i \ :I Ensign Doris Elizabeth Fish (NC),

b t and Ensign Emily May Elder MOVIES
s.,, : (NC), left for other duty stations. THURSDAY

I, ", Lt. Comdr. Banice Feinberg (MC) "ALONG THE NAVAJO TRAIL" with Roy Rogers and Dale Br

r \ : USNR, Lt. David Weinenlst (MC) ans. Shows at 1700-1930.
Q1' ('-fJ' USN, Lt. (Jg) Frederick C. Mea FRIDAY

, \'' > '\ dows (MC) USNR and Ensign "COL. EFFINGHAM'S RAID" starring C. Coburn and Joan Ben-
I'J! Richard B. Taliaferro Jr. (HC)
-- nett. Show at 1300 only.
" USN were added to the staff fOSter BASKETBALL at 2000. NAS FLIERS vs. PENSACOLA
: t
G
"ADVENTURE," starring Clark Gable. Show at 1300 on Satur
"Take it Easy" is the name of I day. Shows at 1430-1700-1930 on Sunday.

the Hospital Unit No. 4 USO show BASKETBALL at 2000 on Saturday. NAS FLIERS vs. PEN SA.
:. : which will appear on the wards COLA. ,
... W I II \ and in the auditorium tomorrow MONDAY
lVff'
'. ,1 night at 1800. "CINDERELLA JONES" starring Joan Leslie. Shows at 1300-
I '-, \
; 0 ( 1l..1f' 17001930.

-, .. ,', / JJJ) The Jacksonville Little Theatre TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
'
I" .,.,, 'f. l.. t"Co. Group will give a special performance "MISS SUZIE SLAGLES" starring Veronica Lake. Shows at 1700-
"
-- of the play, "The Philadel- 1930-1300 on Tuesday. Shows at 1700-1930 on Wednesday.

Oh, oh, something tells me we're going to have "Chicken"for phia Story" in the Ship's Service
chow today. Auditorium at 1430, Feb. 3rd. The STUDENT OFFICERS

1 -- Red Cross has arranged for this THURSDAY & FRIDAY

performance with Director Bremer "MY REPUTATION" starring Barbara Stanwyck and George
Carlson and members of the cast Brent. 1930
Commercial only
I who are appearing nightly at the SATURDAYNo

Bulletin Jax Little Theatre. show SUNDAY


i Tonight the auditorium will be "COL. EFFINGHAM'S RAID" starring Joan Bennett. 1930( only.
Itullrllim will IM- af'f'f'J.t4'd until available -
REPORTER .pore I I. filled. last. IU:1t: filled with dimes, the decorations MONDAY Si TUESDAY
rent !SALE: for the March of Dimes Dance. "ADVENTURE" starring Clark Gable. 1930 only. '
'40 Nash 2-door sedan, good condition From the ceiling hang big card- WEDNESDAY
good tires radio V. W. Thurlow
AMM.V: Kxt. 8HW between 8-4-30. board dimes and on the walls more "CINDERELLA JONES" starring Veronica Lake. 1930 only.
1440B Child St.. NAS. dimes. In the center of the floor NOTICE
Hy Lois A. Leser, Ylc Complete 3-room of household turn! will stand the "Wishing Well." Effective beginning this week there will he a movie shown at

QUESTION: Based on the ture. 1279 Cumberland Kd. The Separation Center Band< will 1500 on Mondays, Tuesday! and Friday There will In no movie at
3 suits ot blues :2 suits of khaki 1 suit
provide the music. Everyone danc- 1SOO Wednesdays and Thursday The Saturday and Sunday Schedule
pictures you have seen thus of greys. 3 suits of whites all sire
36-37; 1 davenport; 1 baby buggy; 1alarm ing by the Wishing Well will be remain* the name.
far, how do you like the clock Lt. Barnes. Kxt. 8524.! encouraged to stop and drop their
Motorcycle 39-74". good condition
proposed new uniform? new tires carburetor, generator, coil dimes in to help those kids who OTHER EVENTS

BOB STITH, Sic USN, Covington and battery. Just rt'pulnted blue and today can't dance because of par- SWIMMING' Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming.

Ky.I mission trimmed recently In white overhauled, topside and Slmonds.trans- alysis, and who tomorrow may 1200-1300, and 1300-2100 week' days. Saturday 1200-2100, and Sunday
think it stinks! I don't like E\t. 800; or see at 1222A HancockSt. dance because of our generosity. 1200-2100

the Idea of the little hat with a .. NAS. This is the final night ot the cam MUSIC-Musicians interested in playing in the Welfare Dance

necktie. As long as they are go- Living lei room box-spring set with studio bed, couch baby, dinette car- paign.1st. Band call Ext. 498. Saxophone, trumpet, trombone, base piano, guitar.

ing: to change it, they could do a riage. R. A. Clark. 3I.WH: Taylor, Instruments furnished.

better job of it. Dewey 1'ark. Lt. John G. Clayton, Jr., BOXING-For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. A.
DEAN S. McNULTY, TClc studio couch; 1 gate-leg table; 1 llvInxropm '- extension 593 to Malnside Mat after 1500.
rug; 1 reed rug; 2-plece bod- USMCK, received the Gold Starin J. Rubino, ; or report
USN, Superior, Neb. room set complete; S-plere kitchenset lieu of Second Air Medal for BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainslde Recreation Building No.
"It is a good idea to change ; 4 odd chairs; baby chest drawers heroic action in flights over the 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday, and

them, but I don't like the summer Items; dishes reasonable and other K.; Tilpp household 311813 Philippines May 1945. 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.

uniform, It's terrible-that white Ellyjon, Dewey Park. GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
hat with a necktie. They could get Complete household furnishings. Please and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt clubs and balls are available at Golf
The winter Inquire after 4:30: dally, anytime on Camp Blanding Goes
rid of it completely. Saturday and Sunday. 13.i2ii Randolph House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
uniform looks swell." St., NAS. Inactive In March ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

EARL KING: Sic, USNR, Cov- House trailer, custom built, mahogany- cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason
chrome Interior Urge awning, new Camp Blanding, after five anda .
ington, Ky. S-t'lr tir.: itrrnm-linnl. U, real half years of service to nationat Field.
a
"I think It will or would be bargain. 4543 mount Axe. TIma- TF.NNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical TrainIng -
war, will be
placed inactive I
t swell It Is much easier to get into quana Section: Tel 2-0710. list in March on Building No. 726, and equipment rooms at Building No. 3, and
and what's more Important, it 3-buiner oil Hove, good condition with, Sen. Charles O. An- also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads).
oven, $$; also 15-Inch: round copperrefl.ctnr drews (Fla.) announced from
looks like a civilian suit. I II electric hi>ter. R. t'. Moor. Washington this week. Senator I RECEPTION CENTER-The Reception Center, located in south
I ij D. A. SMITH, GM2c, USN, Akron Ext. 8502. Andrews wing of Building No. 955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
. stated that plans for the
Gill! refrigerator. $ITS. :2710 Bjyvlew
Ohio. 1000 to 2200 dally.
of the from
A\e. Hiveidale Gardens use Army in later
"Parts of it are ok. I can't see Accordion 120 Bias Lt. Walker Senior years are being considered.camp LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Malnside Recreation Build-
with shirt' BOW, Ext: SOI .;,1. 7iM 0800 to 2100 and from -
that white hat though a or Since the ing No. 3. Open from Monday through Saturday
and necktie. I like the winter uni-I' 3-complele rooms of furniture, avail camp officially openedon 1200 to 2100 on Sunday."OLLE'B.U.L .
able hit week of Feb. R.I. Johnston, Sept. 14, 1940, threequwtersot
form very much. One bad thing 14,12 Cumberland Rd. a million men have passed BADMINTON, TOUCII FOOTBALL-Officer personnel -
about the change is the amount of Llvlngroom suite, platform rocker, rollaway the previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requested
through for
space you need aboard ship to bed. Lt. V. C. Sucker Kxt."' "4. post training induction to meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.
3-complete ot or separation.
but can rem- rooms furnltuie, separately I ATHLETIC GEAR Available in issue room, Building 3,
atow your gear- they or as a group! : bedroom suite-- gear
edy that when they decide on the 6 pieces double bed, chest of drawers lower deck.
change. vanity with bench, upholstered St. Augustine Trip ----- --- -. -- --- - -
chair and bedtabU and lamp; living- unit is joining the national obser-
JAMES WOODS, Sic, USNR, room sulte-'-couch and large. stuffed Arranged By USO of
of the fifth anniversary
Jcksonvtlle, Fla. chair to match :2 tables and lamp vation
"I think they are swell but in stuffed large) rocking chair and foot A bus trip to St. Augustine for( the organization.
either the summer or winter uniforms stool odd upholstered 1 chair stack 50 NAS sailors is the chief itemsof I According to Willard Range.
shelves; kitchen table and 2 benches, ..
there is something that's kitchen chair Ironing board {portable entertainment on the USO, 122 USO director the bus will leave I /
O wrong. If the suit is good the hat's I ladlo. Wm. E. Hoffman Welfare W. Forsyth St.? program for this the downtown headquarters at
Dept.. ]:"I. 8921 or 49S.. 1137A Allegheny
coming Sunday The Jacksonville 1030 Sunday. II
or vice versa.
wrong I : NAS.Officer' SALTY HUMOR FROM
A. M. COSTA, GM3c, USN, Glla- uniforms I site 4J long Lt. I
roy Calif. Cooper Tel. 7-7021.: HAPPY REUNION HERE AND THERE

"I don't care for them. In the 42 351.Ford couJ't'"t>lu. RM2c: Ext.$ mH ,.____..___ ,
-
lFa ",
first places you'll need too much 3-roomft of furniture dishes curtains T45t
aboard ship to stow your etc.. $100; Ironing board and pad $4 S An ensign Is a guy who always
apace high chair. $."4; baby carriage and wishes he were an enlisted manor --
r gear; in the second place uniformof they pad. $S. ;1407.II'lon St. Dewey 1 at least a lieutenant comniander. -
could make the summer Park .. I'
.. .
gray or khaki instead of white; 1.1 vi n jroonrurnltul'e.. Including, sofa )" .'"
in the third place Jhey look too couch. 1311 Cumberland Rd.
Furnishings for three
much like the Marines." sofa-bed lounge chair room and Including ottoman They had given the little brat anew

SMEDLEY KIDDLEHOPPER, mahogany dinette set. maple bed bicycle and were proudlyI

BTO (Brig Time Operator). mirror with springs rugs, and lamps mattress, dishes, chest etc. Bins.!and: :II I I I watching him ride around the

"I think it's beautiful! It's colossal Schumacher. E':\t. IU62 or 2:1\.11:1: Oak block.
It'* handsome! It's super! St., Apt. 2. W"i On his first trip around he
U-.\NTKI: > "
is beautiful ; shouted: "Look Mom no hands
; everything .
j Everything To form car-pool from' NAS St. Auguaune. .
: .. On his second "Look Mom
Is wonderful! Everything is Contact I.t, (Jit O. f ;' \ I 1 trip: ,
IJ marvelous-I got my discharge to- ';\IIns. Ward Cl'S Naval Hoop i : no feet."
R Hm.16. ri ; ;t On the final trip: "Look, Mom,
1 dyt" \ To rent or buy a three-bedroom house ; ""
" preferably In Riverside or Avondale : no teeth.
Mr. T. Ki Itch, Chief Clerk, Command; :
!1 ing Officer's Office Ext.", 3W.! ': a'I
New Seabag : I
Plan S2c All I throwing
was doing was
35
or 'M Fort
or Chevrolet coupe In ,:.
good condition Chief Dwel Hangar bottles through the drug store
: Postwar Use U1. Eat 73.1. \ ,"1, < ,. window and these two SPa
'
or 311. 40. '41 will "
I OFf Moore or Ext car txU. pay cash Chief J\rfJ' tJJ- dragged me in here

(SEA)_It's not a seabag anymore 2-bcdroom house or apartment, preferably 0'i OOD: Oh drunk eh r
matesIt's a clothing con- In Ortega! or Riverside section S2c Yessir both of 'em.
tainer. Furthermore, it won't Also:/83. a '41 or '42 aulontu)blle. Eat: \ "

even look like a seabag What with A portable electric I radio I In BIJOU work A newly arrived soldier in the ..
\ the elimination of the mattress Furnished I lag order Ruth Dobson.for( Ext, 714. Pacific was trying to give one of .....

: and hammock to be toted around, i to NAS.apartment Mrs. Avery two. Kxt.convertt 1X5... the natives a lesson in basic Eng

I and the possibility of an entirely lish. Pointing to another native
different kind of uniform to be j Nell I"'. i).-R. Stands, he said. "Man."

, stowed, the Navy has decided to (SEA). The personal stamp The native repeated after him,
streamline the old bag. collection of the late President .':ttonWAI1'S (right), gunner's mate second class, recently I, 'Man."

The special board set up to re- Franklin D. Roosevelt, valued at returned from the Pacific sea duty, and his brother, Edward, aviation "Pleased the American pointed

design the carry-all reports that $100,000, will be sold in New York machinist's mate second class, just back from Atlantic dutyIn to a tree and said, "Tree."
I the new model will be fire resistant -I early in 1946 because no provision the, Azores, had figured each other was about due for discharge "Tree," the native echoed.

I I mildew proof, lightweight, was made In the will for direst I but w,re thoroughly surprised when chance brought them togetherat Then a plane flew overhead and
durable'' and-attractive. It won'tbe disposal. the Jax Separation Center last week. Out-of-touch with each oth- the soldier excitedly said "What"

: necessary to dump all your gear .. er ,for some time they found themselves assigned to bunks in the The native looked into the sky .
j In the middle of the deck to find a "readiness pocket" on the out 'same barracks, their first reunion in 22 months. The brothers, dis- and said "I'm not sure. It looks

' your toothbrush. The atomic age side to stow frequently used articles charged together the next day, are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. .W. E. like a B-24, but it might be ft
clothing container will even have I Waits, Floville, Georgia. B-29."


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J1UJ !\ 5.!" Brains of Navy, CNO Staff VICTORY CLOTHING DRIVE

FleetSEAIIow \ 1/
editorial Office Directs World's Top .

Office of Public Information Room 221 ( does the world's largest Navy operate ..
Administration Annex Bid:. 051 ? Who pulls the levers which control millionsof A1'
Telephone Extension 8542 men and billions of dollars of materiel T The an- .iJ
U. Comdr. James F. USNR. Editor 4
KU swers were provided at a press conference held by
The JAX AIR NEWS ti published weekly at the U. S. Secretary Forrestal where members of the Officeof -
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville. Florida, by the Office of
the Chief of Naval
Public Information at no expense to the government and I In Operations were Introducedby jL
compliance with Secnav Circular Letter ..528 May 1943. the CNO Fleet Admiral Nimltz.

f Iar.t.c1I Naval t Air tree Technical ot charge Training at the Center Naval, Mr the This was the first assembly of the men who

Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command Implement the President's executive order of last
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Naval October eliminating the post of Cominch and cre-
Naval Air Gunners'Auxiliary School Air Station the U.Mayport.S. Naval Hospital, and the ating what is in effect a Naval Staff. % \ (?154&? \

The Vice CNO Vice Admiral D. Ramsey mightbe

Captain Anthony R. Brady. USN Commanding termed an executive assistant to the CNO who
Jacksonville Naval Air Station carries out his policies and coordinates the work of
the staff.
Captain Ford N. Taylor USN. Commanding
Naval Air Technical Training Center Next In the echelon of command Is the Chief of
Naval Personnel and Deputy CNO for Personnel
Captain Clarence J. Brown (MC) USN. Commanding
U. S. Naval Hospital Vice Admiral L. E. Denfeld whose dual functions!
are demobilization and the building up of an efficient -
Captain Maurice M. DeWolf USNR Commanding postwar Navy a seemingly paradoxical sit-
Naval Personnel Separation Center
uation. His designation Is Op-01. 1/

Colonel Martin J. J
Admiral R. L. Conolly, also takes on divided duties.
Commander Robert Feddern, USNR. Commanding His two ,major activities are intelligence and com-
Naval Air Gunners School munications. Other duties include Island govern-

Commander Howard E. Born, USN Commanding ments in the Pacific and supervision of Naval mis-
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field"I sions to South American countries Cuba and San-
to 4 '1 :rte
Commander John B. Hubn. USNR Commanding Domingo.
, Naval Auxiliary Air Station MayportCart. DCNO for Operations Vice Admiral F. P. Sherman 1
"I is Op-03. This command is concerned with the
Marine. Marvin Aviation L. Seldel.Detachment USMCR. distribution and employment of the fleets and op-

erating forces, including support of the occupation
The SAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service forces and operation of the much heralded "magic
and Ship's Editorial Association material. Republication Under sections on planning, com-
carpet. Op-03 are
of credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS
1 War Department. 205 E 42nd St.. N.Y.C.. or SEA. WashIngton bat intelligence fleet operations combat readiness
25. D. C. Republication of any other matter and political military affairs.
except by service publications Is prohibited without The Navy logistics branch is Op-104 under
permission of Editor JAX AIR l'JEWS.i .
Vice Admiral W. S. Farber. It comprises the deter- Iq.O511..II
mination of the requirements and supply of the s
Personal operating needs of the fleet including procurement,
Strictly storage housing distribution transportation and The spirit Is great, but that ilothlng collection. COULD be carried
: maintenance of materiel and personnel.All too far:
Every so often the men and women of matters pertaining to actual warfare training -

this air station are given the opportunityof equipment air bases and carrier forces are assigned -

becoming philanthropists, generally on a to the DCNO for Air Vice Admiral A. W. Seven OfficersAt I BOOK SHELF'New I

rather reduced scale but still philanthropists. Radford Op-05.
The duties of DCNO for Special Weapons Op-
Over the months we have all given a bit of 06, "the Buck Rogers Division" Vice Admiral W. SepCemterAre additions to the reference

our gold to one fund or another, be it the H. P. Blandy are to coordinate all matters pertain- shelf of the Station
Community War Chest or the March of ing to research development and tests in atomic the annual volumes and Library are
Dimes. energy, guided missiles and related devices; and to PromotedSeven issues .of "Current monthly
represent the Navy Department in such matters If there Biography. So
Tomorrow the Navy Relief Society opens with the Army or any other organization.The officers at the Personnel today about is someone whom 'in the news
for Naval General Admiral C. P Center six of you are curious
its campaign voluntary contributions to Inspector Separation here -military leaders authors
; a cause that is worthy and of considerable Snyder, carries out such inspections investigations them department heads were pro- musicians, movie stars artists.
,, eminent
and inquiries as may be directed by the CNO In relation moted recently it was announcedlast go\
personal concern to every member of the to efficiency cf the Navy.To week. officials etc_you can find
service. the Chief of Naval Gen- out all the interesting facts about
Quoting Operations coordinate and expedite planning, the Captain Fred M. Dula, Medical them.In .
; Fleet Admiral C. VV.' Nimitz: eral Planning Group headed by Rear Admiral E. W. Corps whose promotion from com-

I "The period 1 to 15 1946 Burroughs was created in conjunction with Bu- mander was his second in six of "Famous" American Athlete
i- February
reaus and Offices Coordination and Direction of Today, Gordon Campbell
. & has been set aside as the period during Effor ganization months was of responsible the medical for depart-the or- sketches the careers of fourteen

J which contributions to the Navy Relief -x-- ment at the Separation Center, outstanding personalities of the

,' Society from the officers and men of the Before being called to active duty sports New world.
biographies of Individuals
\ Naval Service, both afloat and ashore, in the Navy in September, 1942, added to the library collection recently -
will be gratefully received. No appeal is Dr. Dula was chief surgeon at the Include "The Lives of Winston -
j Dula Hospital in Lenoir, N. C., an
made for large contributions from any institution he founded in 1935.) Churchill" by Davenport and
r" individual. The goal is the maximum Promoted to the rank of lieu- Murphy. This is a streamlined account -
Tt ews cn3Vieuss f rnmSt th tenant of the British war leader's
\\1 number of contributions and since the commander Joseph V.
many-sided career. France of the
Schilling is officer-In-charge of
1 Society belongs to the Navy is for the en-
listed civil readjustment. Before nineteenth century Is vividly recreated -
Navy, and has always been supported by reporting to the Separation Cen- In "The Life of the Heart,"

the Navy, it is hoped that all officers ter for dlltv' he spent fifteen a biography of George Sands and

and men, ships and stations, will at this By Chaplain A. G. ArchibaldMen months at sea as an Armed Quart her times.

time evidence their interest in and their who want an> education study. Men who officer aboard merchant ships in The daughter of the, humorist
of their want to possess money save. Men who want to get the Atlantic. In addition to play- Irvin S. Cobb has written an ac-
support own Society by some
married woo the girl of their choice. ing professional football for one count of her life with her father
contribution however small. I In other words there is a definite line of ac- year, Commander Schilling was and retells some of his stories in
So once again let's assume that philan- tion between us and the goal that we want to reach. sales manager for Proctor and "My \\ay\\ard Parent. For amus-

thropic role and help a cause that some day The ruler which determines the straightness of that Gamble in Newark New Jersey, ing memoirs of Jie nineties, com-
may possibly help us. line is "purpose." If purpose is strong the line i Is before entering upon active duty. plete with details of clothes
is the line deviates.All Also promoted to lieutenant
straight. If purpose weak amusement and food, read the
of us desire true happiness. True happinessis commander was J.V.. Thornhill slightly incredible book "Jam Yes
our goal. The straightest line of action to attain assistant operations control officer terday" by Kathleen Cannell.Or .
Recipe For LivingAt that goal is conformity with the laws of physicallife served. Commander Thornhill too. if you are looking for a bookof
and of spiritual life which creation and God as an Armed Guard officerat action with the flavor of the "'
a time when the world's affairs are have laid down for us. sea. His home Is Lake Wales early West "The Cherokee Strlp'
Men who are unwise deviate from the line of Florida where he owned and op-
muddled and most of the people in the world erated a pictures frontier Oklahoma
and find themselves sporting goods and build-
and on
physical spiritual law
are staggering around under the first shockof a dead-end street. Ing supply business before enter- through the eyes of Marquis

peace after war, it seems important to Men who are wise first determine where a par- ing the Navy more than three James as a young boy.

remember that most of the problems in the ticular road will lead them before they start up years ago.Public during his eight months of sea

world are old ones and that other people have that road. Information Officer Ed- duty following his civilian occupation -
We all know what discipline of the body will do win II. Spencer was advanced to of instructor at the
gunnery
the
trodden before
same ground us. in conditioning men for a physical test and for that the rank of lieutenant commander. Jefferson Proving Ground.llIJJirJAiuLn.
The facts are clear enough. And the phi- happiness which is to be found in a souijd and clean An air combat intelligence officer

losophers have set down the results of their physique.Just with 10 months of service! In the
as truly can a disciplined spiritual life of Pacific aboard fighting flat-tops
meditations for For the
us. average person, reverent worship and purposeful living lead up to before his return to the States last
it remains only to decide what truths and that goal of happiness in which we will be increas- August Commander Spencer be-

what conclusions he decides to believe. ingly capable of enjoying greater happiness In ap- came officer-in-charge of the news pnleea for Sunday February.4'
Josiah Royce outlines the composition of preciation of virtue truth and love of our homes office in November. He came Into 1918 at the and Station I Moitla Chapels Mesas, Birmingham
and our loved ones. the Navy In August 1943 from his Protestant
in of
terms He
philosophy everyday living. These are the worthwhile values for which we position on the staff of the Ann 0730-Holy Communion Chaplain

says : profess to have been fighting. Personal devotion to Arbor Michigan, Ke\\8. 0930-B.NATTC C. Gilbert.. Service
Philosophy in the proper sense o{ the those values will determine whether we arrive at Former Jacksonville school munion/-Chaplain tioIW.Cot:-
the goal or not. teacher. w.. Han-io... !:!...__>i _____ drews and Chaplain 1... E.
ii' term, is not presumptuous effort to explain Insurance-* -- --- fe/Mejlvn. liUVV Caylor,

the mysteries of the world by means of any daily use, his task would never end. He Civil Readjustment Officer In the Officer 1045_Divine-Chaplain Scrrlcm Francis Lee Communion Albert.

j superhuman insight or extraordinary cunning u'ould exhaust his strength in preparatory was promoted to lieutenant Department com- 181 -Vesper Hour-Chaplain R. L.

r: but has its origin and value in an attempt demonstrations without ever advancing be- mander also. Before being as- DIUne StamP ISnth<'r.:.. for Colored I>rI'- )

1 to give a reasonable account of our yond them. As, from the shortness of his a signed Navigation to his* present post he was 1430-Chaplain nrlt Building B. C. Gilbert 801 .

I own personal attitude toward the more seri- life, he has not the time, nor, from the limits Navy. Commander instructor for the Sunday School
Sasnett 0930-Small C.
ous business of life. You philosophize when of his intelligence, the capacity, to act in the service In November entered Gilbert Chapel-Chaplain B.

.--. you reflect critically upon what you are ac- this way, he is reduced to take on trust a 1042. as a lieutenant (J,g.). 06.1O-Mass. 'alholle

tually doing in your world. What you are host of facts and opinions which he has not Lieut. Antonio S. DiPiazza, personnel 08.10-MdM.
:!
doing is, of course, in the first place living. had either the time or the power to verify officer officer, on was the assistant personnel OO-iO-Wasg.1t O-lIIgh( Mass.
And life involves passions faiths doubts and for himself but which staff of CN 1700-Mas.
men of greater ability AATra before being assigned to An Ontdor Nursery for small children
courage. The critical inquiry into what these have found out, or which the crowd adopts. the Separation Center in December U maintained bctweta t)9JO

things mean and imply is philosophy. There is no philosopher the-world of ll last year. He Is a member MFC* bay and Religious< 1200. gervlttiJrwUh

't Concerning the second requirement of so great but that he believes a million things I serving Fleet Reserve Association
( twenty Religious Service and
1 intelligent living, the possession of faith and on the faith of other people and :'accept, a during and after years World as War a yeoman I. 1800-Frid rllo .ifclp Small

, a set of beliefs based upon philosophy, Alexisde great many more truths. than, he demon- Recently promoted to that rank. Latter Day In the Saint Service.Chapel.
Toqueville, has this to say: strates. Lieut (jg.) Daniel R. Malone is 1900-Mutual Meeting
// a man were forced to demonstrate for There, it philosophy and faith. The educational Center.officer He is at the Separation ,?. In Thurs Small Chapel.
a native of Indiana -< aysCthaplainaB. E.
, himself all the( truths of which he makes two go together. and was a gunnery officer- Caylor.



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CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES NEWS Pay Day Is Friday BREEZING AROUND A &" R I


EDITORIAL OFFICES For IVB EmployeesA Meet Mattie Wood, A .& R's Administration :
Personnel Relations Office, Bldg. 450, Box 22 an- "" ''' &: so they journey on up to Detroit.
Telephone Extension 8194 bulletin from Washington : Mich.
that all IV B employees I personnel reporter -
nounced recently
'
Barbara J. Finley, Editor in their Mattie Is The correspondence section welcomes
c4 O The Civilian Employees News, a one-page section of the Tax will have a change will be on Friday time and leave a new employee, Mrs. Alte-
I Air News, is devoted to reporting the news of the Naval Air pay days. Pay day in the clerk and has velia B. Vereen.
Station's Civilian Employees and is sponsored by the instead of Monday as a' charge of the I Larry Piper returned today in a

EMPLOYEES' ASSOCIATION FOR CIVIL SERVICE past. planning: division brand new uniform and it isn't
I EMPLOYEES The pay day for group IVB em- roll. blue. Larry worked in the time
ployees for period ending 26 Jan- She hopes to section as a sailor and now he is
OFFICERS uary 1946 will be 1 February. Paydays be a CPA some back to work with us as a civilian.
Kenneth M. McDuffie, Pres. Frank H. McKinley, Treasurer thereafter will be the firs day and takes Welcome back, Larry, better
Florine Gannaway, Secretary Friday following end of the pay special studiesi known as "Red."

DIRECTORS period.On n accounting Plant Division-Jim Sawyer, plant

Florine Gannaway (Gen'l) Franc" H. McKinley (PW) 1 July 1945 when the pay pe- regularly. engineer, at last has a secretary,
William O. Kincaid (Gen'l) J. F./Nettles (PW) riods were changed from semi- Administration and personnel- charming Mrs. Lafllse Chambers.We .
Mell C. Jackson (A & R) Kenneth M. McDuffie (Supply) monthly to two-week periods, the "When it rains it pours" is asaying hope Lafilse will like it in the

Joseph Fagan (A &; R) Francis R. Gardner. (Supply) original pay days were every oth- : that holds true in so many plant engineering drafting office.
,f Charles E. Field (A & R) er Friday, but in the letter partof instances, and this week it can We hear several wedding bells
August a bulletin from Wash- Just as well apply to resignationsas will ring out soon for various plant

Explains RightsEXSERVICEMEN ington made the change from Fri- the weather. division people. Will tell you more
day pay days to Monday pay days. Mrs. Mary Kuhn resigned Mon- about this next week.
day, and she and her husband are Machine Division Calla Mae
The new pay periods, therefore, going back to New York to live. Troutt has announced her en-
are the same as the original schedule -
Mrs. Mlgnonne Carpenter and gagement and approaching mar-
Ina Cramer from to Charlie Bell GMlc
Mrs. personnel riage whois
? records section are leaving this stationed at Green Cove
3 k tt week. Springs. The machine division
a't N Procedure Of
@ Mrs. Dorothy O'Quinn and Mrs. wishes them the best of luck.
c Adeline Jocis of administrative Larry Fleming has returned to
Inspection Dept.Is section have also resigned. Mrs. work as supervisor of the mills
tt' s O'Quinn and her husband plan to department. He has been In the

.. Explained make their home in North Caro- Navy more than two years. The
lina while Mrs. Sods and her hus- entire division is happy and pleased
Ity W. II. Pascal band prefer it just a little colder, with his return.

The inspector is the one whose

peering responsibility eyes are of assuring delegated the to safety the. Award Is Given A & R

in flight of A & R aircraft.
-
From Individual nuts and bolts to ,
'
engines "turning up" at Flight *' 1

Test the inspector is the watchful '.Ji 1.I.r.EJ.: : :: ) ,,::;'..rJ. r:E.=;J ln YC M .;<;.. 1A"
representative of the Inspection :
Department. The inspector's workis '

difficult to evaluate as the credit -
he deserves can not be satisfac- 1 Lwwhttzs.

torily computed in terms of pro- ./
duction units. Ordinarally, only his ( ': (' ); t
I human mistakes to I :'; < .' .
very come <, ,
light, while his tedious day in and 'Ill :
.1 employed at NAS have the opportunity to day out vigilance is hidden from .uaUItltmRmJ.1llID: nl
discuss their problems and veterans' rights with the veteran advisor, view. .

Arnold D. Ellison. Pictured above, Ellison points cut some of the In controversial situations he '
benefits of the G.I. Bill of to W. H. Harden :,
Rights Jr. (left) and realizes that the quality of workmanship ;: tv
Walter Llnenau (right). Both are Navy dischargees employed in the can not always be perfec- 1
Personnel Relations department Assembly and Repair Department, \
tion in repair work. On the other '
hand, deviations from certain specifications Naval Air Station,: JacksonvilleTHE

are often permissible. .h-s. 3briat3.A L'OMf yrxT latSA l: C 13 b $ "5 .
563 Velerons Hove With these thoughts in mind the 'n' ; t"N.".3 ..55 t t .4 ,' ..(,QN !ln.lr.CN t SP M'I t0'iAt.WIfI'M1' )

inspector endeavors to be both ex- ,
acting and reasonable in his Inter- a

pretations. In judging the impor- ,
Taken Jobs At NAS tance of technicalities many deci- ,ft!It.ot- 'Itf'_
: ..,
sions must be rendered, through .W ,.. ? cIs J

.i which a balance must be maintained. .
:"j Approximately all of the positions open to civilians to- With sublime laxity on the left D CEM8E" >s

day are being filled by returning servicemen at NAS Jax: At and ridiculous perfection on the ASSEMBLY and Repair department has been awarded this
; right, he must travel the medium "Certificate of Achievement" by the Industrial Incentive Division of
: the close of 1945.563 World War II veterans had taken jobson which is consistent with his re-
the Navy Department.
this station. sponsibilities and "do business" in The certifiate signalizes the Navy's recognition of the splendid

:Many of these newly employed men are applying the a manner which will win the ap- effort put forth by the employees of the Assembly and Repair department

same skills they used in the armed forces in their civilian plause of those whose work he is in support of the war program.

work such as aircraft mechanics, radio mechanics, aviation skill deliberating of a task equal to the Rear Admiral.H. B. Sallda, USN, Chief of the Bureau of Aero-
a tight-rope walker The
his for a
award offered congratulations
the ,
nautics, in forwarding
: motor mechanics, aviation metalsmiths, machinists, and Various goal of every proficient inspector I well done, and expressed his appreciation of the outstanding
other trades. This service training has given veteransan is to achieve this equilibrium, in job contribution made by the Assembly and Repair department to the

opportunity for rapid promotions and better pay. accord with his instructions and in successful completion of the Navy's war effort. .
cooperation with production per- USN Commanding Officer of"NAS Jax, ex-
,
-- A. R. Brady,
Some 162 furloughed men nave Captain
\
sonnel. In the
diligent execution of
for a fine job done by all hands in makingthe
his appreciation
INSIDE returned to NAS from the armed his duties we may consider the In- pressed Assembly and Repair department outstanding not only on this

forces. These furloughed men return spector a necessary safeguard for throughout the entire Navy.
human life. station, but
PUBLIC WORKSBy to their former positions on --

this station at the same rate of Rides NeededBy
Ethel M. Shanahan I Accident Is Fatal
pay they held before entering Is New Treasurer
Bob Goedert, civil, had an em-
', barrassing moment last week I! service. Besides giving former po- To Supply EmployeeBy EmployeesDo
to veter-
sitions furloughed men,
Went to NAGS with the design
Ii'" to check ans employed at NAS may be as- Leola Jones you remember a plan estab-
superintendent on some
sisted by a veteran's advisor in 'tk Fred A. Bosch, of Mandarin, an lished at NAS Jax three years ago
new installations, and picking up "
Y the Personnel Relat'''ns depart- Xi of the Supply and Ac- called "Share the Ride?
a sizeable roll of blueprints that employee
. 0 were on his table, he dashed out ment. ; o counting deartment, was killed In the days of gas rationing and
, c to the station wagon. Came time The veteran advisor: Arnold D. instantly 19 January when the au- compulsory share-the-ride pro-

: to check the plans and spread out Ellison, is an ex-serviceman him- tomobile he was driving went out gram, applications for riders poured
prints and there wasn't a one of self, having served five and a half ci of control and crashed into a tree into the Personnel Relations of

'r NAGS'. Mayport, Cecil, Lee but years in the Army. As veteran ad- on the old St. Augustine road.A fice. Today the registration of drivers

no "yellow water!" Someone had visor, Ellison explains the benefits native of Paris, France, he with rider vacancies has fall-
browsed about on his table moving afforded to veterans in the was a veteran of World War I. He en off to almost nothing, while

S9 things around. Motto-check and G.I. Bin of Rights, such as education was a department commander of rides are still urgently needed.

\, double ceck before you go! loans, unemployment allow- the Disabled American Veteransof There are not nearly enough
We have another redheaded enlisted ances, administrative, veterans Florida. He was a member of buses to accommodate the numberof
"man" in design-Charlotte employment, vocational trainingfor American Legion Post 88, Veterans workers who are forced to ride

n,3 Crossman, SpX)2c) to work in disabled, mustering-out pay of Foreign Wars, a memberof the buses because they have no
I the architectural unit while awaiting ments, national service life insur- the Elks and of Morocco Temple other means of transportation. The

; discharge. Also the unit's first ance, government life (converted) of the Shrine. result is that workers are often
;, female worker. insurance, hospitalization, com- i Private funeral services were forced to wait long hours after the

,r, Contract had a letter from Barry pensation and pension benefits, under the direction of Burns- time they leave their job until
held
Gray saying he was back at pensions to dependents and pay allowance Funeral Home. Mr. Bosch they finally board a bus for homeat
Naugle
work with his old outfit-the Mas- due at death, and other survived by his widow, Mrs. night. In the morning the situ-
sachusetts Department of Public laws passed by Congress pertaining
; Works. Another contract man, Lt. to veterans' rights and privil "'" < daughter, Mrs. Virginia Pincus, they must report to work at a certain
time.If .
Kanapell expects very shortly to > New Jersey
;; Atlantic City,
,.t go back to New Albany, Md., and eges.A recent Civil Service Commission R Mr. Bosch was employed by the you have a car with a rider
see how being a civilian again circular, publicized in lastweek's ; ,S ,. and Accounting departmenton vacancy, why not join in this
Jax Air News, providesthat ,.. ...o Supply share-the-ride plan Help your
8 January 1945.
"' feels.We co-workers by calling Ex. 8194 at
( \ are greatly worried because disabled veterans may have AFTER SERVING as a mem- The Supply and Accounting de-
the Personnel
, .., as of 20 January 1916 we are now their war service indefinite ap- ber of the board of directors of prtment bid a sad adieu to Captain your Relations convenience Office, and will make -

In the 7th Naval District. Reason pointment converted if they can the 'Employees Association for Henry H. Karp, assistant Supply for and at'IlJ\,
rangements you your
x t -the winds blow 10 pounds per meet certain qualifications. Civil Service Employees sinceit officer recently, and welcomed
square foot harder! }olr. Thorn- The veteran advisor will explain was organized, Frank 11.McKinley aboard his relief, Comdr. MarianD. ders.

bery is scratching his head and these qualifications to them and has been chosen as the Sims. Comdr. Sims, incidentally vacation recently and drove

staying up nights thinking about assist them in securing all necessary new treasurer of the Associa- was with us in 1942 and 1913 as down the state. Reason for the va-
the new wind load! Just think of documents. tion replacing Philip D. Myers, purchasing officer. cation (we think) was to try out

the hurricane season! I I I who. resigned from his duties as Edward Wyckoff is taking a that new Buick that he purchased I

r' tration Mary Majerczak, Sic, adminis-and one DISABLED WORKERS treasurer and member of the long-planned trip to the "Golden Although he was a day late in returning
building messenger
board. West," and will be gone a month. (due to a little car trou-
of the Waves on the station SEA-A) made by the
prettiest in Chi- ( survey McKinley reported to NAS Since his visit there ten years ago, ble), he still maintains that he hasa
is on an 18-day leave Disabled American Veterans or-
I Jax in September 1910 as in- he has had a yearning to return. fine car.
visiting her family She arrived ganizations has revealed' that of
; cago time for workers 87.2 spector of construction in the While there, he plans'to visit major Sarah Kuder and Ophelia Sapp
'' in Chicago Just In 62,382 disabled %
I of Naval activities in San Fran hostesses at delightful
she office of the Officer-in-charge were recently a
the cold, weather and snow are as efficient as able-bodied,
likes. 7.8% more efficient and :5% less construction and is now quarterman cisco Myrtle W. Colkmire was party in the form of a kit..
Understand Mr. Garth, electrical efficient ''I in Public Works, Mainten- overjoyed to see her son, Pfc. Abram chen shower given for Helen Holland

," has bought a new 1930 model ance. He is a graduate of the G. Colkmire home from 18 soon to become Mrs.=Herbert,
,'. Ford and also acquired one of Mr' cocker pups. But. tha '., 'another college of electrical engineering months overseas duty! T., Cartwright. Many useful gift *
McMahon's, electrical, famous: story! University of Florida. Tom Forrest took a few days I were received by the honoree.




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After being: told several times "
eE "
that nothing; interesting happened .
SCHEDULE among the NATTC WAVES, the 5't i
editor of this column began brows-
THURSDAY-MAN IN GREY with Margaret Lockwood and Ing around. On a visit to the Pub-
James Mason. 1730 and 2000. lic Information Office she was
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-TOMORROW IS FOREVER star greeted by a new face in that department -
ring Claudette Colbert and Orson Welles. 1800 and 2000. Mary Ann Donnell is
SUNDAY-UP GOES :MAISIE with Ann Sothern and George adding newspaper work to her
Murphy. 1500. 1800 and 2000. many accomplishments. Perhapsthe
MONDAY AND TUESDAY MY REPUTATION with Barbara hardest working WAVES on
Stanwyck and George Brent. 1730 and 3000. the station are in Disbursing It
WEDNESDAY-SWINGING ON A STAR with F. Brad Taylor. has become necessary now to re-
1800 and 2000. place the WAVES who have left

TIlUnSDAYUSO SHOW-PERK UP. 1800 and 2000.I with sailors .
.. On coming through the gate

.... Saturday from an exciting horse-
back riding trip we ran Into Doro-
i: thy Ludwig McCauley who was
leaving for the last time with a F
happy married look and Dorothy
., > Turnbull who has come all the way
from New Orleans to visit us. She o
was one of a large party who went

riding Sunday.It .
I wasn't hard to discover the

news that, the former Ruth Rus-

sell and Joseph Legacy journeyedto __ nn____
Kingsland, Ga., on Tuesday, 22 JOSEPH P. GALLAGHER, AOM2c: USN, Is congratulated by
>-< A January, to return as :Mr. and
Comdr. Robert P. Be-ebe, NATTO executive' officer, after Gallagher
s Mrs. They Jut off their honeymoonuntil had been presented with the Air Medal and cold star In lieu of a second -
\ the week-end and had a won- award at last Saturday's Prsonnel Inspection. Comdr. (?. R. Conger
( : \ derful trip to St. Augustine. Rose- offlcer-ln-charge ot the Automatic Pilot school, looks on.
mary Hall was missing over the Fire Control school received
5S _5 Gallagher, a student at the Aviation ,
1 "- 5 3V1D week-end and returned with a the Identical awards for "a series of meritorious acts while, participating -
( t marriage license. No details as anti-aircraft fire
In five flights In combat area 11ere enemy wa
yet.Did I expected to be effective or where enemy aircraft patrols usually oocurreil. -
5t I you see the new NATTC ." He was a member of a PB4Y3 crew
5f I Calendar? If you look close you --.- -
f "' L SS. will recognize Frances Maher,
.r a Marion Guy and Virginia Jones, In
the picture. Many have been won-
dering who has been writing the i&fecIiTraCenJA
clever "Cooks and Bakers" sectionIn
this column. Ruth Simon has I
i 3 finally consented to let us use her"
i name.
( Cook and fakers by Ruth :SImon
I.i I. "As our plans for the post-dis-I A
i charged future come closer
ity, we find the news of the Cooks
Emma Sue l\fcl.eoll We talk of better times
left ago. now ,
t and Bakers who have already I
; Vivacious Claudette Colbert .' Here Friday and Saturday with j our midst becomes more and more The civilians in one accord agree I of vacations and things we planto
do in the
future Some of
It t Orson Welles la TOMORROW IS FOREVER.Mufti significant. We've heard recently I that while our work is still essen- near
Is making to be let-up of us have been here over three years
from Dottie Catania who tial, there seems a
Parade Sees L. Knight, Cox., M E. King, Sic, I a fine start with her 'MaltedMilk' the hectic rush we were In a year and quite a number over four
G. Hladik - years, a very good Indication of
H. Gold- -
AEMlc. H. shop In Hollywood, Calif. --- --- --- ---
stein, SpA)2c( D. A. Freer, AOM2c and not far away in the same sun- liberty cards and full uniform and pleasant surroundings, agreeablework
66 More Join; Big J. L. Fleming, AMM2c F. L. I ny state, Marjorie Hubner will interminable meals a la Home' and congenial fellowworkersand
Dau, AEM2c, G. M. Clemens, AEM2c soon be receiving congratulationson don't interfere!" friends. It is remarkable how
Exodus Set Feb. 2 G. F. Chauvln, AMM2c. J. A. the birth ot her baby. Then DNpentary many familiar faces formerly in
Backoff, SAD3c, J. W. Mountjoy, there's Florence Kaskeskl in Mas- "The central section is leadinga uniform, have returned to our foldas
Separations from NATTC slow-I AEMlc, R. W. Clevenger, AOM2c, sachusetts who lost no time in quiet and peaceful life missing civilians which shows that the
ed down last week, with only 10 J. L. Carr, AOM3c, C. M. Carder, getting started in beauty culture Bailey. Smitty, McGowan, and Navy and NATechTraCen is tops
enlisted personnel starting the AOMlc, A. R. Cakoon, AEMlc, and Frances Weathersbee is nowa Sleigh ter, who left Tuesday to'become with them.Margaret.
homeward trek, but a sharp rise D. Borczynski, AOM2c, E. G. yeoman In Augusta. Ga. Not first class civilians.We Estelle O'Grady (now
is expected Feb. 2 when points are Bruhn, AOM2c, D. W. Jenkins Mrs. John Stone
many of us will follow Frieda Lar- wonder if the frown on ) left us very hurriedly -
dropped. The previous week saw AOM2c, G. Pacurian, AOMc, E. sen's example, we hope-she had Zimmerman's face is because She was to be married on
t." ,* 56 dpartures. G. Sooper, SpTlc( R. C. Derbin, flu promptly upon her arrival "Satch" is on leave? Could be! the 18th of this month, but before
k Despite the small number last ATCSc, R. R. Ellerd. PhM2c, H. home! No dieticians, you say? No Prueter is still dreamy eyed over that date, Ens. Stose received or-
week howver, separations from M. Hodges Cox., R. E. Rager, cr *s? Are you kidding? The planso her trip to Charleston. Just whatis ders to the West Coast Consequently -
NATTC since last September now Cox., J. L. Hollister, AEM2C, C. A. fthose of us left behind __ tot the attraction there? Rochford, the marriage took placeon
total more than 1,100. I Pharles, AEM2c, J. L. Pond, AEM2c school, for homes, and careers- Morano, and Hubert are really 15 January. Congratulationsand
Robert.C. Moller, SF2c, left for J. J. Vent, AEM2c. N. H. the
are waiting to be ambitiously car- "standng up" these days--could it very best of wishes for
Ledo Beach, Calif., and Madolyn L. I Hunter, ARlc, E. F. Mathieson, ried out -- if those proverbial be because they took a bicycle tour their happiness from all of us who
'" Redline, Sic, traveled to Washington SpA)2c( ) G. R. Shanty S2c, M. 'months -of sleep, evening minus, last Saturday? ? ? knew and loved Margaret.Mrs. .
D. C. Other dischargees, who Sidock, S2c, C. D. Thomas, Sic. ,1 I James
went to Personnel Separation Center Minneapolis Minn., will separateH. M. Steele (wife of
THEY HEAD NATTC WELFARE AIR NEWS Lieut. James
M.
Steele
Jr.
Williams now a
Jacksonville, were: Fred R. Steffensen, S2c, while I ,
: Jr., AOMle; John R. Esler, Charleston, S. C., will separate I. I .a..a+yMe I civilian) gave birth to a daughter,
Judith
ART2c; Donald J. Rule, Cox; Ed- B. Presley Y3c. << z I M., at the Navy hospital
mond J. Hill, AEM2c; Ronald R. To be separated from Great on 7 January. Both mother and
-t> Franco AEM3c; Jack H Cowart, Lakes Ill., are R. Cannon, daughter are getting along splen-
tl AEM2c; Henry V. Hergeshlmer, CSpfT( ), A. Marcum. AOM2c, K didly and just as- soon as they are
AEM2c; and Everett E. Barnett,.I E. Eakins, Sic, and H. L. Utz S2c. able to travel, they are leaving W
S SpA)2c. To Toledo, Ohio, will go E. J. Jacksonville for home in New Jer-
The previous week saw 56 en-I McGookey, AFClc, and Norman, sey. Mrs. Steele was formerly Agnes
listed personnel separated. Okla., will separate O. Teegarden, S. Smith who was in Officer's
i Jacksonville. Fla., separated H.I AOMlc, J. W. Harris, AOMJc, and Records for several years.
Schaible, AOM2c R. P. Coffman R. H. Ward, AOM3c. Mrs. Robert Leeth formerly in
I AEMlc, S. H. Olson, AEMlc, W. the First Lieutenant's Office, gave
; J. Warden, AEM2c, D. A. Upshaw OOD: "Are you positively sure birth to a daughter on 8 Decem-
{ \ AMM2c, R. N, Stechenrider, AR2c, this man was drunk?" ber, naming the youngster Sandra
I J. H. Rhodes, ATClc, J. G. Reed. Shore Patrol: "Well, air, he puta Sue. Congratulations to Mr. and
AEM2C, J. E. Noyes, AEM2c, R. E.Mltotala. penny in the mail box and look- Mrs. Leelh.Mrs. .
CSpT D. K. Lewis, AEM- ed at the library clock and screamed Mhel: A.
McQuage, an old
ifI 2c, C E. Leach, AEM3c, A. M. La-, : 'Great herds of galloping timer at NATechTraCen Civilian
It y voppe Cox., N. Lannuti, AEMlc, geeses, I've lost 20 poun
job in that office to take care of
her attractive home on the South
I- "A T TCFEBRUARY DUTY SECTIONS S Side. We are sorry to see him go.

A very friendly and familiar figure
in the Administration building, she
interviewed all new employes and
made them feel at home
SUH HON. TUfS. WFt THUKS FKI. SAT before
they assumed their duties.
.
J SMAll NVHI/IIS( liS) LT. (Jg)) WILLIAM 11. MUIR LT. EDWIN W. ANDKLMb t
HArTe purr S/CTMvS I Welfare and Recreation Jax Air News" HA1C: "Waiter, please bring / -v
:: me tomato I
4 f Lt.. Mulr and I.t. Andrews now have charge of the Welfare and I up"some juice for a puk- *.k/
V Recreation department and supervision of the NAT1G pages In the
Jax Air News, respectively. Lt. Muir, who Is attached to the Athletic! Waiter: "Yes, sir, and" what will
have for
you ?
l3 4,5.6 7,8,9. department, continues his duties In that department as well as mili- yourself
; 2 tary training officer He succeed* Lt. Leonard I", loran of .Albany
N. Y., who I Is returning to inactive duty. With the shift, the Welfare Judge: "Why Is life unbearablewith
and Recreation department and staff were placed under the Athletic your wife?"
department. Lt. Mulr aiiie here In May of lust year from NA11C, Man: "Your honor, she insists
t 10 11t 12313414 J1216 87tli and Anthony, Chicago. lie Is a graduate of :Springfield ()Ias...) on keeping a goat in our bedroom,
college and coached football and baseball! at Jllutlng.-on-lIud"lon, and I can't stand the atmosphere
N. Y., and assisted! with the mime sport at Maasillon! high school In Judge: "Couldn't you open a
hU home town of l\la..lllon, Ohio, before entering service" lie has had window?"
17.18,19. 2Q+ 21 2? 23. wide experience as director and organl/er of recreational groups and, Man: "What! And 'let, out all
; activities.Lt.I my pigeons, ?"
Andrew, Protestant had
chaplain charge of the MAl'lCpages '---


!I ., 24" 25 26 27 3 28 P0/NT DAYS r(:/lJ; I'I'1 I'I been Information detached.In the Jax Lt.activities Air Itoello News,, Public succeeding last,. November Information Lt. Robert lie also officer C.will Itoello for supervise nearly, Mho throe Public has- have I Why Answer small must: hand Short radio,?paws, .Pnnouncers for station

f oJ months, will retutrn soon to The Associated! Press In Detroit identification



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-Raiders Drop I Report Aboard To Head Watte Departments Barracks 13, i 1 I




Second In Row; t Cooks, Hold ,

e

2 Players'Lost a* ab League Lead

W } M 4
,
.. The Maxwell Fiefa Ala.
( ) Bombera ait Mess Cooks and Barracks ]3'
handed the NATTC Air Raid- each added victories last week to
ers a 38-35: setback last Friday b ttt. continue their torrid pace in the
night on the Bombers' court. It Intramural Leagues
was the Raiders' second straight
The Mess Cooks made it five
defeat St. Johns River pinning the
straight in
first on the Raiders earlier in the league competition
when they blasted Barracks 17
by
week by a score of 5827.In .
the score of 60-30. Bob Mathias
bidding for their eighth win
and Dick Devinney led the
winners -
the Raiders hit bad luck. After
with 17 and 18.
points respectively -
trailing all during the first three
although nearly every member -
periods the Raiders put on a rally M
of the squad
registered.
and went ahead. The lead, however -
was very short lived as the 'S S.S.. Disbursing turned in an upset
by trimming TEM 3430. Kolendaand
Bombers countered on their many S.
free throw attempts to regain the S Miller were outstanding for

lead. During the final half the the losers. The two players com-

Raiders outs cored the Bombers CAPT. IRA C. NICHOLS COMDR. DANIEL R. DORSEY LT. (jg) CHARLES R. WILSON I bined to rack up 27 of the 30

from the field but the home five Medical Public Works DisbursingThe points scored by TEM. Bob Fet-
zek led
Disbursing with 11 tallies.
won on free throws.
officers aboard recently Third Naval District after with The win the
Don Ferezan made his last above three reported serving overseas was third for Disbursing -
peatance as a member of ap-the I to take charge of NATTC departments.Capt. the 26th Marine Reinforcements. and put them in a tie for third
Nichols new senior medical officer came Comdr. works has place in the National League.
NATTC team. He has led the Dorsey, new public officer a
here after five months of sea duty aboard the USS Other
Raiders in scoring during the last Before here games In the National
wide background in his field. coming ,
his tour of he was
Saidor, a CVS. Prior to sea duty League found Personnel
three and ranks
the winning
now as
games senior medical officer at the dispensary at San Die- he was with NATTC in Corpus Christ, Texas for their second 'dn
game forfeit
second the team. a
high scorer on
go, Calif. He specialized In neurology and psychiatry 15 months and was contract and maintenance officer from TFC. Bruce Harlan
He Is transferred
being to Mem- rang up
in Providence R. I., before entering the Navyin at Key West for 18 months. Called to active 12 counters as PT & W registered

phis.Another player has left the September 1941. In addition to Capt. Nichols, duty in April 1941, he saw much action in the early a 35-30 victory over TAP. The Po-
Jim five other medical officers have reported, bringingthe days of the war. lice Force moved to second
Raiders. Marcolivio who has total number of medical officers to eight. The Lt. Wilson, who reported here as relief for Lt. place in the up
standings with
Keen plenty of action for the local other newcomers are Lt Lindley B. Reagan from (Jg) S. B. Sifers was aboard the USS Crowley a 31 win from T AO. Piper a 34-
five is being separated soon. This the Third Naval District, New York; Lt. TheodoreC. DE, for 17 months and took part in the invasionsof the winners with 15 topped
points.
brings the total of discharged Air Luzon Iwo Jima Okinawa and the final
Palau
Keller, from the strategic services unit depart- In the
Raiders to five. James D. attack After his rehabilitation leave at American League Bar-
ments of state and war, Washington; Lt. on Japan.
racks 13
The next game for the Raiders Moatz from the United States Military Govern- his home in Congress Park, 111., he returned brieflyto won their fourth victory
will be tomorrow night when they Richmond Calif. his decommis- by nosing out Disbursing 26-24.
W. where
ment hospital at Guam; Lt. James Martin ship was
Hubbard
meet the St. Johns River quintetin from sea duty aboard the USS Mayo; and Lt. sioned. He attended college in Illinois and Michigan total. tallied 13 of the winners-

a returne game. The Raiders Charles P. Root Jr., from temporary duty in the majoring in economics and commerce. o.
will be playing on their home floor Barratklll. __ 18 finall "._d ...._
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again and should be hard to beat. win column with a 25.18 victory
The following Tuesday, NATTC February Pay Days Educational Office from Medical Department. AFC

.. meets USS Melville of Jacksonvilleon Set for 1st 15thBoth I I School won over Personnel despite
the local court. Rickerfs 17 points for the losers.

pay days are lift the regular Offers Advice On Bake Shop made it two in a row

dates during February, by ekeing out a 21-19 win from

with the first scheduled<< for to- Records Office. AOM stayed in the
morrow. Engineering CareerSo running for the title with a 22-21

Lt. (jg) Charles K. Wilson, SKIPS win from Barracks 14. It was their
said the other third victory against one setback.
disbursing officer 15 you want to go to college I. .........
NATTCen pay
February.The be an engineer! An electrical engineer Duty Section 4 Is
--- --
? Well first what about
Marine Aviation detach- your qualifications and aptitudes This week we found a real salt Due for Inspection

ment is breaking up, all but justa The National Roster of Scientific one who is right at home in those
few of the old timers from NAT- and Specialized Personnel skin-tight bell bottoms. Yes, Indeed Duty Section }'our. which

TC left Tuesday for NATTC, makes a very definite statement one who was glad to come stood the first Inspection' held by
Memphis Tenn. The big party held about this: "It is inadvisable for come back to Jacksonville Fla.. Capt. Ford N Taylor will lineup
again this
Monday night probably lasted the you to enter the field of engineering after 29 months of duty in the Pa- Saturday.The .
Marines until they got to their unless you have excelled in cific. He is Roy L. Odom, ARMZc inspection as previously,
By AI Coleman new base. such school USN. will be held at 0900 in the park-
high subjects as algebra -
Here's proof that things really Tough luck Barracks 6, getting geometry mechanical draw- Odom is a bit on the publicityshy Ing lot area adjacent to BuildIng -

change fast around here; last week restricted for having a dirty bar- ing, physics and chemistry." -'de It's natural though as 500.
the "everblooming roses" were racks the day after winning tha he is of the REAL Navy and ev- All duty sections now havebeen
mentioned here and before the There are some other qualifications Inspected under
paper "E" Pennant. too. You should have erything that happens to him is the plan
could be distributed SNIP: Jack Croson, NATTC's own ace interest, in making precise strong meas- strictly a matter of course. He has inaugurated last December.in .
No roses We tried to persuade really had a time been a First Class Radio Man
photographer of materials
urements and Memphis and served
power in-
as an
them to leave them at least Until the twice during his Navy career but
up chasing the admirals around and be able to appreciate the significance structor there until being trans-
the column read. No things happen to him around
was coop base. He came back with some or ferred
of these measurements. here in November 1945!) to
eration. good pictures of the local scenery You should be able to visualize him and he endslp a Second help in the setting up of the new
Another epidemic almost paral- Rufus Roundtree MAA over at structures and parts of machinesand class man again. Aviation Fundamental school.
leling that of the Service, shoud be smiling His first trip here was in March, I
engagement- ship's "turn them over in your mind Almost any noon time you can
marriage routine, is the growingof these days. He just returned from and examine the other sides." Also 1041 when he was a student in find him over in the bowling alley

mustaches. The larger numberof leave and announced the birth of and this eliminates a lot of ua. I held the in first the class Radio trying to break 200-and with concentrated

boys cultivating these "luxu a son. you should have a natural method- School. That effort and more coaching -

rious" growths of hair under their : Paul Rider AFClc of the con- icalness in you; you should like to I was when NAT- he may be able to do it.

noses are possibly preparing for, vertible fame, got cold feet the plan schedules for getting work '!'C was knownas Over in the Fundamental school

civilian life or trying to look manly last minute when it came to goingup done. "TradeSchools they have specialists in almost ev-

Robert Camp and Frank Ryan; that altar with one of the local Can Start Now ," FromJacksonvUle ery branch of Naval Aviation to

town gals. If have these and he give the new students an indoc-
over at Auto-Pilot are trying hardas you qualities
The famous down at Lar- t nation in each subject so they
well as Wooten of lAv Fund game want to be an engineer then there went to sea and
ry'. seems to be checker playing. will be opportunities for you in was in Havana, can make up their minds for which
Dick Williams (father Williams\ as rate to strike or schol to attend.
I IBM Officer Leaves those industries expanding in the Cuba, when the
least 900 Odum instructs class in the
he is referred to by at post-war years. But you can start war started. a ele-
} of the new students at Aviation toward your goal now. See Lt. Liberties were. ments of radio and tells the new
I Fund), likes to checkmate the gals R:' sailors of the duties of a radio
(jg) H. P. Jen-klns. Jr., in Educa- L. Odom few and far between -
when they land at his table. He tional Services office Building 501, I from that date on for Odom. man. And he should really know.
claims he is good influence. Guy He started some extensive sea Besides instructing, he is practic-
Bloom, Instructor at Turrets, certainly You can finish high schol by cor- including the North At- ally a "right hand man" doing everything -
voyages
used influence on Betty respondence from the Armed lant'' around South America ,and including yeoman workat
Forces Institute. Or if have the school.
Cave Sunday night. !' you then the Pacific. He is entitled to
The combined efforts of the never had a particular subject wear eleven battle stars and saw His home is North Little Rock
dance committee and Welfare department say trigonometry, and it is required plenty of the famous Navy action Ark., but he has such a love of

really showed the crowd for entrance to your engineering aboard such ships as the USS Ala- the water that he plans on mak-
who attended the "Big Name 'school, then finish it before bama and the USS Biloxi, as rear- ing his home in California if and
Bands Dance" that a record dance you get out of the Navy. Further, cockpit man in Navy Kingfishers. when he decides to leave the Navy.

i. can produce just as good music as if you write the college of your The happiest day in this sailor's .

IC any other kind. The MC was John- choice and get recommendationsfor life was Christmas 1944 when he Our past mistakes always bother -

1 ny Chick, who seems to have a study, you can even finish partof received word that he was to comeback us, especially at night when we
regular radio announcer's voice.. your college work while in the to the states. After a leave, sit around wishing we were young

Welfare's J. E. Knight supervisedthe Navy. i he was sent to Radio "B" School enough to repeat some of them.

stage and auditorium set-up, Requires Lots of Study

back-drop courtesy Coca-Cola, Engineering obviously involvesa INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS:

and pictures of famous band leaden lot of studying. An interest in National League

from Cohen's Record shop. The mechanical things or the ability to Team Won Lost Pts. Opp.

I+ nucleus of the forthcoming NAT make things with your hands must Mess Cooks . . . . 5 0 215 115

TC band made their first appearance be supplemented by the ability and Police . . . . . 2 1 92 91
the accordion, sax, trumpet desire to read and understand col- TAO Division . . . . ;3 2 IH 114

and guitar quartets was composed lege-level textbooks in physics and Disbursing . . . . 3 2 155 127
t of Richard Marvin Ray Alford, math. Without that ability you TEAT Division . . . . 3 2 167 141
Bill Hagans, and Neil Bliley. D. C. should turn your ambitions toward TFC Division . . . .. 2 3 98 102
Johnson with his 6'5" and dainty being a technician-]learn how to PT & W Divisions .. . .. 2 3 135: 178 Cii 1
-------- white apron made one of the best install maintain, and repair mechanical Personnel . . . . 2 3 56 109 .. .

LT. COMDIt. J. II. CORNELIUS punch servers we have had. Betty : equipment; or take further TAP Division . :. . .1, 3 66 97 ,
Lt. Comdr. Cornelius, officer-in- Reinsmlth from Separation hand- : stock of yourself and see if Barracks 11 . . . .. ,0 4 '''i1 92
charge of HIM records and testing, ed out the cake and N. 1.. Stephens American League
you, are perhaps better fitted to bea
l i8 the officers from N AT'ch'1'raCt'n -
among
watched the valuables in the Team Won Lost Pis. Opp.
artist businessman
( who will return to Inactive check room. lawyer machinist plumber insurance Barracks 13 . . . . 4 0 114 79
or
duty on Feb. 2. Mr. Cornel- salesman. Bake Shop . . . .. . 2 0 56 45
ius came hero April 21 of last year AOM School . . . ... 3 1 12i: 97
from NATechTraCen, Norman Will the Sailor who took a fur In the Educational Services office AFC School . . . . 3 2 l1i: 125:
OfcU. Prior to hU nix months at coat by mistake from Larry's, return I Building! 501, there is infor- Barracks H'' . . . 2 2 117 81

the latter activity he had nerved.. the blonde who happened to mation about aeronautical chemical Records Office ... . . . 1 1 56 49

a year with headquarters, Carib- be asleep in It. electrical civil metallurgical, Barracks 18 .'. . . .. .. ,1 4 6i: 133

bean Sea Frontier, and before that mining industrial ,and ceramic en- Disbursing . . . . 0 2 46 53
had been stationed at NAS, Olaie .- She didn't:mind losing her heartto gineering. And there is information Person l' o.. . .. .. .. 0 2 53 67,
\ Kan. He plans to return. to his ; the j Navy,I\but she certainly resented on everything from abrasive-ma- Medical ,Department .:... .. ..., 0 2 32 4t' '.
: me In .Kansas Ctly?: Mo., him,ooking for,it., I chine operator to zipper sewer

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. Fliers Play Pensacola) Quint Here Friday And Saturday I



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. BASKCTEERS I BOXING TOURNEY Preliminary


BEING PLANNEDA 1g 'Contests To )

Commandant's Boxing ''T :RUr..w-; '
tournament is on the way, it Have ActionThe

was announced jesterdny.Championships .
will be decided Fliers return to their

In open and novice classesat .ZM1 home court this Friday and
bouts In the Malnslde audi- .
Saturday for with
torium on 14-15 February Further games
details will be forthcoming NAS Pensacola, after some
....,
from Lt. Comdr. E. U. .\. rough wear at road games

Whereatt of the NAATC staff. during the past week.

Pugilists are advised to con- Is Basketball Tall Man's Game? After defeating the highranking -
tact Lt. A. J. Rublno, boxing Parris Island Marines and

Instructor, at extension! 593, or By Jim Anderson, Y2c I going to Key West to trounce the

to report at the boxing pavilionIn Is basketball becoming more and more a game only for NAS squad there by a bounding
afternoons at 1500.Mooney l 72-42 score, the Fliers were eked
-----J tall players? Some say yes. They point out that each of the: out in a 45-44 contest by St.

leading teams have players who tower up among the rafters I Johns Reserve Fleet at Green

d sTop "A team without at least one six-foot eight-inch player I Cove Springs last Friday and suf-

had better not even come out on the court," says one sports fered a humiliating 78-47 defeatto
BowlerRuth an aggregation of excollegestars
,, writer. I at Camp LeJeune, N, C.,
Yet we point to the NAS Fliersto Monday night.
Mooney, WAVE MA
of
Barracks 722, won the station refute this statement. We say }
bowling championship and a $50 that a good small player is the d FRIDAY'S GAMESSt.

war bond Monday, prior to getting equal of an average tall eager. For Simons vs. Jar B, 1815.
discharged this week. Pensacola vs. .Jav Fliers, 200"
if have small whose bas-
With a 231 spot, Mooney bowleda you guys SATURDAY GAMES
937 for a net of 1168 to top C. A. ket shooting is of radar-contact accuracy Pensacola WAVES vs. .Jax

McCain, officer's champion, by 14 there just won't be any rebounds WAVES, 1830.Pensacola .
pins. McCain's score was 1154 in for the lanky guys to take vs. .Jax Filers, 2000.
the championship playoff, as com- off the backboards. r G (These games in Malnslde Auditorium -
pared to 1183 he bowled to win ,.
The Fliers have a dwarf-like J .
the officers bracket. ;
---- ---
T. S. AnY, 6'1",190 Ibs., came
to the Fliers, after the season Close scores in the enlisted men's squad, compared to some teams / Last night the Fliers were in

started, from Corpus Christi. bracket last week saw Kesser, they have met this year. Yet they t' Mare Memphis' to meet the fifth-rank-
I has 1114; Treanton, 1107, and Dred- ing service team In the nation,
The Evansville, Ind., athlete right up in there vif'i', the top
locals his rick, 1102, finish in one-two-three Memphis NATTC. The Hellcats
the by
strengthened
order. McCain outscored Boozer, service teams of the naJu.,. took a 51-31 contest here 13 Jan
versatile play at all positions. 1029, and Mathews, 997, in his Outside of Ward Sheffe, six-foot uary, and were expecting to annex -

bracket, while Mooney was win four-inch center from Brown U., another win, especially since

ning the WAVES bowling with who is made to appear small by G they knocked over fourth-ranking
952 against an 886 by P. June and Norman NATTC in a one-sided 70-
846 by G. Davis. some basketeers on cage teams, 39 game this week.

Winners of the three bracketswere the Fliers have no player whose The Fliers, paced by Joe Tros-

presented $25 war bonds, ears are very far off the floor. per with a 16.3 game average, hada

and the top three in each tournament Harry Platt, Ned Staitz, and T. 63.8 Dunkel rating to rank 16th
competed for the $50 bondin among all Southern teams as of
S. six feet. Joe
Ary get just over
the station championship, in 14 January. After that rating they
which the WAVES were given a Trosper and Billy DeMars the upset seventh-ranking Parris is-

231-pin handicap. forwards who ring baskets faster land, which stood 10th in the na-

than a pin-ball machine flashes tion.The

Navy Man Named lights, are considered litle guys. ed the Camp Fliers LeJeune have been game affected show-

Compare} them with other rosters. DePaul has G-foo by extensive travel. The much-

Coach Of GatorsA 9-inch George Mikan, Oklahoma Aggies have 7-foot Bob taller Marine squad had their

Kurland, Arkansas boasts G-foot 10-inch George Kok, St. hands full in the first part of the

naval athletic officer who was John's comes out with G-foot 9-inch Harry Boykoff, Ohio game, but when the Flieirs began
from service to miss the baskets
has recently been separated named head football State has G-foot 8-inch Arnold Risen, Kansas has G-foot G- cagers kept converting the from LeJeune all

coach at the University of Florida. inch Charley Black, Iowa has G-foot 5-inch Herb Wilkinson, angles to pull away.

He Is Raymond "Bear" Wolf while top-ranking Wyoming has three players over G-fee LeJeune was paced by Notre

At a lieutenant commander, 7inches. Dame's Kelly, who had 25 points;

i Wolf served as officer in chargeof They do say the best chorus girls are'now the six-foot- could Smith,have formerly of Long Island U.,
athletics at Texas Pre-Flight threaded a needle with
ers-and the best basketball men are those approachingseven .
school at Austin, NAS Miami, and SnlSSrh But the Marines who
NATB Pensacola. His one coaching feet. in the South, are not 31
detail in the Navy was in 1942 :Maybe so, maybe so, but we still like the looks of some little live should better than Jax and it
at Georgia Pre-Flight, when that I foot blonde and brunette numbers, and those little six-foot cagers be a different story when

team won eight lost one and tied play a basketball game that suits us. they play here 9 Februar".,.
Down The Stretch: The baseball The Green Cove
one.Wolf schools now being conducted at Coast Guardsman, have already was. game last Friday -
42 football at scored
now played by St. Johns Fleet
did
shown that being in service
Orlando and and other
Tampa as 45-42
but the
TCU and then coached there for officials
Florida cities have the largest at- not dull their knockout punches. last-second
several years. lie went to North lay-up shot by NeS
In their with
tendance history, Staitz
Carolina as head coach in 1934 I' of Jax was made before the
most attendants being exservicemen -
Inter-Station Basketball game stopped.
record in the The
and made a good St Johns
This is another Inclina- coach and
Southern conference. I I I St Simon 51. Jax 31 his timekeeper said
tion that baseball is regaining its Lake City 71 Jax 36. play had ended. Whether
I.- j popularity as the American Game, or not did not matter, however good as
after the "wheel-chair" period of ( Scheduled the Reserve ,
E. c. MCDONALD 5'9" 155 I mmei Flet five
had
Colored Cagers the
gray-haired old men and baldheads Jax vi. Cecil Field, today at 1500 In game.
lbs., from Greenville, Ky., is a I Malnslde auditorium.Jax .
forward on the varsity squad UndefeatedThe Tony Zale, late of the I : \I,. St. Simon. Friday at 1815, _
Are and Gus Lesnevich, former WAVES
Navy heie. WIN
preliminary varsity game FOURTH
and Is now coaching the "B" --U- -_ -__- -.__- _- -
team which plays in inter-sta- NAS Jax colored basketball The Jax WAVES took their

tion competition. McDonald hada team rang up a fourth win againstno Mermen Push Pensacola sacola fourth game last of the season at Pen
freshman at Western Saturday when
year losses Monday by drubbing they
Kentucky State Teachers col Stanton Academy of Jacksonville, Second In Palm Beach Meet downed 151.18. Whiting Field's WAVES,
lege. 55-25.
I 'Skipper" Edge had
A return game with Stanton The newiy-iormea NAS jax- and was aided 21 points
will be played here on the Main swimming team gave a surprising enthusiasm in the approaching tri- tie Stevenson and abetted by Dot-
and
side Auditorium court next Tues- account of itself at the open AAU I cornered meet against Cherry ma in running the Annette Mum-
day at 1500. meet at Palm Beach last Saturday Pont and Pensacola at Cherry Ing scored only up five score. Whit-
The Tigers played Hastings Vocational and placed second to the Point on 16 February. Assisting second half points in the
cagers yesterday but the star-studded Pensacola team, Coach King are Joe Baldwin, Sp- The WAVES played
game was played after the Air which was fresh from winning the (A)2c) and Ens. Warren Giese, of Jacksonville last night Pepsi-Cola at Kir-

News press time. Southeastern Junior AAU meet at'' business manager.The by-Smith Junior High, and meet
--- S. Lake Worth Athletic Club
Atlanta. Pensacola here
Saturday night In
., NORMAN, Okla.-James M. Ta- Pensacola more final- of Palm Beach was third to Pen a premliminary to the varsity
tum, 32, grid coach at NAS Jax placed sacola and NAS Jax in the AAU game.
ists than Jax, but the local
last season, will receive a sliding meet.
In there strok-
svvlmmem
scale salary of $8,000, $9,000 and were I Bruce Harlan, SpA)3c( ) and Jim
$ his three-year contractas ing and provided exciting preliminaries. Harnlsh, S2c, Jax divers, took first League Seen For
The difference was
football
coach at the Universityof and third in their events, as ex
the short time the Jax mermen
Oklahoma. pected. Both were handicapped by
have been In training, and they the unfamiliar diving board, but Naval Air BasesAn
could not quite match the bet-
Harlan outclassed the entrants,
ter conditioned Pensacola team. athletic league
comprising
Sports and Harnlsh barely missed second
The showing of his natators in teams from naval air training
by a few points.
y the Palm Beach meet has provided Gene Cunney, S3c, placed second bases appeared likely as physical -
4'I ProgramBASKETBALL Lt.Taul King, coach, with keen in his trial of the 100-jard training officers of all air J

II'" free-style, but was nosed out In air commands met Tuesday at a
F Colter Finalist In the final by the Pensacola qualifiers Pensacola to draft plans for coordinating -

I STANDINGS City Golf TourneyLt. Tom Brown, AEMSc, won and standardizing

] ;,: Commandant'(As of 28 January* Trophy) Jack Cotler, engineering officer his trial la the 100-yard backstroke stations.athletic programs at naval air

TeRm Won Lost Pet. of ADU, is a finalist in the but bad turns gave him
HARRY PLATT, 6'1", 200 Ibs., VSBae 4 0 1000Alrcrewmen Jacksonville city amateur golf second place in the final. Paul The conference would possibly
4 1 ,800 Johnson, IIAlc, was another Jax.backstroker include Jacksonville, Pensacola,
who played at Florida and Communications 4 1 .800 tournament and will play N S.
Northwestern, has been bothered POW Guards 4 1 .800 "Sonny" Miller for the championship in the finals and Corpus Christi, Norman Mem-
with an old shoulder injury all VSB 3 1 .750 this Sunday on the mun'cipalcourse. placed fourth. phis, Glenview, and Ottumwa.
AFIS 2 3 ,400O Cotter RM3c found himself Lt. Comdr. E. G.
season but is seeing much action & G 2 3 .400 Dick Whereatt,
with the Fliers. He is from Dispensary 2 3 ,400A Lt. Colter has been at the peakof swimming against his brother physical fitness officer of NA-
Jacksonville. & R 2 3 .400 his game throughout the tourney George, of Pensacola, in the ATC, and Comdr. W. P. Me-

Supply Boathouse 1 1 :5 4 .166,200 and defeated Fred Mann 1 up 100-yard breast-stroke. Cotter, in Gulrk, officer-In-charge of phy-
After receiving his Navy release, Admiral' Trophy In a gruelling semi-final match competition for the first time in sical training at NAS Jax, attended
Outfielder Dick Wakefield signeda AFIS 2 0 1000VSB1 He and Miller will play 18 holes two years, placed third and exceptfor the conference of athletic .

Tiger contract that is believedto V !J2 1 1 1 1 .500.500 starting at 1000, and another conditioning should have fared otflcers.V .
call for 35,000 Detroit dollars' 0 2 :.000 round beginning at 1400. better.