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'. VOI. 3, No. 48 7 February, 1946



Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


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





NAS Jax Among Stations Named






As Ready Air Reserve CentersWAVES :





28,700 Men To Be Trained;
Braid On Increase
Capt. Palmer Is
_

I As Officers .i Are Promoted New WAVES HeadNew Program Will Open This July

director of the WAVESis Future establishment at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station I

Captain Jean T. Palmer who or one of its auxiliary air stations of a Navy Ready Air
duties last Satur-
1 assumed her
a d Y ; day succeeding Captain Mildred Reserve center for the peace-time training of Marine and

{ A McAfee Horton who has resigned Navy personnel on an inactive status was announced today

1 '. One of the first WAVES to by the Navy Department

be commissioned in 1942, Captain Approximately 28,700 men will be trained in the Ready
Palmer visited this station
I last JulyRelief. Air Reserve at 22 naval air stations throughout the Unitedly

L-.. integrated with the Regular Navy, was developed under

the direction of Admiral Marc A. Mitscher, former Deputy

Society the direction of Armiral Marc A. Mitscher, former Deputy

Chief of Naval Operations.
I
: '4 Although the program which i lt:
Heads '
: Campaign CHARGE I slated to begin 1 July, has been
'f IIN+ ". ... under discussion at the Jackson-
Toward SuccessThe tT;. ville Naval Air Station final details -

for the training here have not

been completed, Commander RalphL.
annual Navy Relief Society Shifley, superintendent of avi-
drive gathered momentum during ation training, said today. Com-

the past week, and with the dis- sws.r sa mander Shifley, who recently attended -
tribution of receipt cards to department .t.
a conference on the pro-

-. ___ ___ representatives under gram at Glenview, Ill., stated thatno
w solicitation is to be-
way, expected decision has yet been made as
I Trlbble Lt. Comdr. Katherine M. Rahl .
Lt, Cnmdr Susan E. gin in earnest.No
will be
to whether the reserves
appeal will be made for large
For the first time in the sta trained at the Jacksonville Naval
tion's history, NAS has aboard contributions from any individual, Air Station or at one of its outly-
three WAVES officers above the but it Is hoped that everyone will ing auxiliary air stations.
offer some donation which will enable *
the rank of lieutenant, namely Select 23 StationsFifteen
to
the Navy's own society
Commander Edith L. Stallings, Di. Naval Air Stations in
its excellent work assist
rector of Women's Reserve for keep up the United States have been designated -
ing naval personnel in need. In order
NAATC. Lt. Comdr. Katherine M. for the exclusive missionof
for the Jacksonville Auxiliaryto
I
training Air Reserves. Seven
Rahl, Physical TrainingWelfareOfficer
raise the funds needed for the
and Lt. Comdr. Susan E additional air stations will train
I the following minimum
coming
year .
Tribble WAVES Administrator.. contributions have been suggested I reserves fulfilling other missions.
These stations will have availablethe
Comdr. Stallings has seen thousands I as a guide: Commissioned I
of WAVES come to this officers of and above the rank of most modern aircraft, equip-

command and has directed their commander, $5; other commissioned ...........--. :.u. ,.""" -.,. r ment and techniques as they are
administration, housing, health, officers $2.50; warrant officers, developed by Naval Aviation, with
and recreation. THE TRAINING of 28,700 I the aim that the Reserves will at
welfare $2 chief petty officers $1.50; oth-
;
In
Marine and Naval personnel all times maintain Fleet proficiency -
the dean's staffof enlisted personnel 50c.
er
Formerly on an Inactive status, for possible .
the University of Alabama, Last year a total of $15,677.92was future service with the Fleet The Ready Reserve will be com-

she joined the Navy in September raised during the drive here will be under the direction of posed of 6,100 Naval and Marine

1912, when she was and at auxiliary fields. While no Rear Admiral Edward C. Ewen, aviators, 2,800 ground officers and
commissioned lieutenant (jg). She specific goal has been set for this Chief of Naval Air Reserve 19,800 enlisted Naval and Marine

came to Jacksonville for active year's campaign, the ociety hopes Training. His headquarters are personnel. They will be organizedinto

duty in December, 1912. She holdsa that this figure will be equalled if at Glenview, Ill air groups, squadrons and un-

B.S. degree in pre-medicine and i not exceeded in the current drive -- its trained to man in an emergency
dietetics from the University of i An indication of the amount of
the laid in the Inactive
ships up -
New Hampshire and an M.A, degree -, I money it takes to carry on the 132 WAVES HaveSigned Fleet, or to supplement

In English from the University I work of the Navy Relief Societycan squadrons of the Active and Re-

of Alabama Comdr. Edith L. Stalling-* be gained from study of last serve Fleets. Reserve Marine

Lt Comdr. Rahl was commissioned --- :- :_ year's expenditures and loans. A Over For squadrons will be organized sep-

an ensign and reported for total of 215 loans were made for arately in order to complement

indoctrination at Mount Holyoke hospitalization of Navy depend- carriers assigned to the Marines

South Hadley, Mass., on 10 De- Rear Admiral To Continued on Page Two" Extended DutyAccording and to train for operation with the

cember 1942. Upon completion of
Fleet Marine Force.
information avail-
this duty, she was assigned to Inspect Station LEGAL OFFICER to The Navy Department stated
able until M nday of this week,
NAS, Jax Her primary duty hasAbeen I II II up have thus far requested that plans have ben made to start
the development of the Rear Admiral, E. D. Foster (SC), } t U 132 WAVES an extension of their en- a thorough training program for
WAVE and wel- USN, assistant" Inspector General
physical training resultant in- Reserves about 1 July 1946. It
and the
fare program, not only for this will arrhe here today to conduct a listment will consist of 43 drill periods a
station, but for other air stations five-day inspection tour of naval ro crease in rating.A year, with approximately 100

in the command.Lt. activities In this area. breakdown shows that of this hours of flying a year for pilots.

Comdr. Rahl before enteringthe Admiral Foster111 be accompanied -I, total 72 WAVES attached to the I I and an annual two-week period of
-
Navy, was attached to the ; by a number of other high- Naval Air Station have asked for I training at sea aboard carriers of

Continued on Page Two ranking naval officers. I the extension. Included are 27 the Res-Ji-ve Fl at, All personnel

-- --- -- I yeomen, 21 storekeepers (includ- I' organized in the Ready Reserve
ing disbursing and aviation), four i will receive pay for attending the

Excess Navy Material Is : I specialistsS( ), seven aviation instru-ma- requlrad drill periods and for the
chinist mates (including two-week training duty.
I ment), two aerographer mates,
"On Sale" At CommissaryCould three specialistsX) (including key Plan Standby Reserve
punch operators), one specialist A Standby Reserve will also be
organized, to be composed of of-
use a nice meat cleaver -- -- ---- ------ (Y), one specialist ((0)), two phar-
you ficers and enlisted
who
jig-saw puzzles, monopoly, parches macist mates one aviation electronics personnel
Do you have a spot in your :: !, cards, and many others. ( technicians mate and one cannot regularly attend the drillsor
home for a boxing ring? otherwise qualify for the train
cozy I The Commissary Store has been specialist (P).
Would a well-filled Softball base designated the sole agency at had ing to be given the Ready Reserve.The .
do things to :your interior decora NAS Jacksonville to handle thisI NAATC departments have Standby Reserve will fly and
a. total of 17 sign over in the yeoman : -
scheme'Just attend such drills
tive I I excess material. You merely scan as they can ona
each in the
rate and one
drop in at the Commissarystore the list, take your choice, and voluntary basis, for which they
storekeeper and Specialist ((1)
and take your choice. You place your order. Payment is made unclassified. will receive no pay. Some may receive -
rates with four
as yet
can find these items, and hundreds upon receipt of the merchandise. I of enough training to qualify
NATTC has signed over a total
other useful articles contained I I, Lt, Guy A. Smith, officer-in-II III I ...I .. 16 including: three yeoman, two for the two weeks of sea duty.
.f Prior to the start of the
the lists of excess material charge of the store, said that delivery -i Ready
available to all naval personnel on I could be expected within 30 itI' storekeepers, five phamacist Reserve program in July all Reserve -
mates two specialist (S) and four
active duty or terminal leave. I days of placing the order. His de- aviators on inactive duty
specialist (X).
have been authorized to take
Not all the stuff offered for sale partment must order the items refresher -
is for specialized use. There are from the activity actually posses- '- The Separation Center has had flight training in order to

all sorts of tools and equipment sing the surplus merchandise, anda ...-... 10 WAVES :alga over including maintain their proficiency. They
considerable elapse of time must three yeoman, five storekeepers lave been allowed two hours flying -
the alley for mechanics, L.T. COMDR.; JAMES E.
right up (including disbursing), one specialist time a month for the monthsf
be expected between the time an
machinists, plumbers carpentersand SHEW, above, has been named I
mate. A total of 10 pharmacistmates
and and
hobbyists. There are knives order is placed and merchandise staff legal officer for the Naval January February maybe
bread slicers, coffee makers, and received at NAS. Air Advanced Training Com- have signed over according authorized more flying time per
to officials at the Naval Hospital. month for the four
dishes that could be put to good I As new lists of excess materialare mand. A native of Goldcndale months ot the fiscal succeeding
use around the kitchen. Sports received, they will be posted Calif., he reported here, from year
addicts can find striking bags, on the bulletin board just inside NAS Dcland, where he was l U. S. LOAN LOSSES This flying may be done at anyf

basketballs, baseballs, golf balls, I the mam entrance to the store, Lt Operations Officer. The new legal (SEA)-The Government has > the Naval Air Stations designated -
to train Reserves. The 15
baseball gloves horseshoes, ping- ; Smith stated. officer received his LL.D. lost less than $10,000 so far alter
pong paddles, and what have you. And here's good news for you degree from Southeastern Uni- endorsing more than $38,000,000 stations, which will exclusively
Game lovers can take their choiceof folks in need of radios. There'squite versity, Washington D. C. He 'worth of leans under the GI Bill train: reserves, are at the following *

acey-deucey, anagrams, bingo,I a few thousand listed in both joined the Navy as an aviation of Rights. There were 11 cases of cities: New Orleans. La.; St.

Chinese checkers, darts, dominoes, six-tube and nine-tube sizes. cadet in December, 1939. i default. Continued on rage 'rWGLV



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When officially authenticated authorize the person ,'
named to operate only the type of TeWde'UfyA on the I; 9W

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5 .5 S5 bon to ,whom issued. :


QUALIFYING FOR A DRIVER'S LICENSE at NAg now is tougher than the checks the reaction of F C. Barnett, PRlc. ((4) Another applicant tries his skill at ;
old boot ramp obstacle course. Tests include everything: but whether you are poten- backing into a tight space to park parallel to curb as Instructor Simmons watches.
tial presidential timber. And Barney Oldfield himself would probably fii.d it no cinch. (5): ) Lt. Comdr Dan C. Sheedy, manager of the Junior 13OQ, receives his driver's license \ I
I Here, in pictures, are some of the steps) leading to that bit of pasteboard which says from Instructor Harry Horton after successfully completing the examinations. ;
you can operate a Navy motor vehicle on and off the station. (1)) A group of applicants ((6)) Here's the prize the qualified applicant 2'e1s-a driver's permit, without which he
take the Drhers' Information Test under lh s watchful eyes of the instructors. better not operate a Navy motor vehicle The new system was installed to cut down a
(2) Ross J. Motter undergoes the Field of Vision Test. ((3) Instructor L. D. Simmons the number of motor vehicle accidents! here at NAS. '
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All Operators Of''' WavesContinued 28,700 Men I AINav Outlines -


Navy Vehicles from Page One Plans For Future !
Continued from Page One
University of Chicago laboratory I

Must Take Tests Spnoy YE school. She holds a B,A, degree Louis Mo.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Specialist RatesThere :

from Wooster College, Wooster, Squantum, Mass.; New York, N.
If the old saying "accidents are" Ohio and an M.A. degree from Y; Willow Grove, Pa, Atlanta, I be specialist ratings in ':
causedthey don't just happen, By Lois A. Leer, Vie New York University. While at- : Ga, Memphis, Tenn.; Dallas, Tex.; with
is true, there's bound to be a sharp The pros and cons of the "sign tached to the University of Chicago I Livermore, Calif.; Los Alamitos, I the peacetime Navy-but
decline in motor vehicle accidents ing over" situation have been very sh, was instrumental in developing I Calif.; Grosse Isle, Mich; Olathe, certain limitations.
at NAS Jacksonville.For six player field hockey for I According to AINav 51-48 received -
here thoroughly discussed at many a I. Kan.; Glenview. 111; and Colum-
if any driver can pass the gab fest in the barracks lately. women, based upon the six-man bus, Ohio here last week, enlistments

new AAA motor vehicle operator'stest There are many advantages to football teams. The other seven stations that will or re-enlistments in the Regular
he's probably going to turn signing over for the WAVE who Lt. Comdr Tribble received her 1 train reserves besides fulfilling
authorized follows
Navy are as :
out to be one of the world's safest. Isn't sure just what she'll do when indoctrination training at North- I. other missions are at the following
And you've got to pass that rigid she regains her civilian status. ampton and Mount Holyoke, locations: Jacksonville, Fla.; Ana- Specialists F, I, Q (cryptogra-

test now to get a permit to drivea Besides the added inducementof Mass., before she was assigned to costia, D. C.; Norfolk, Va; Miami, phers), Q (radio intelligence), andY

Navy motor vehicle here. an advance in rating is the fact duty at Hunter College, Bronx, Fla.; Seattle, Wash; San Diego, --for 2, 3, 4 or 6 years at the
:New York in March 1943. After
The examination generally lasts that additional educational time is Calif; and Hutchinson, Kan. option of the men concerned. Advancement -
a tour of duty at Hunter College
from two to four hours. It covers involved, if she is planning on go- she was assigned to the Bureau of, Rear Admiral Edward C. Ewen from non-rated grades\
every phase of motor vehicle operation ing on to school when she gets dis- Aeronautics in Washington, D. C, has been appointed Chief of Naval or changes in rating of USN per
from knowledge of the mechanics .charged The news that approxi- as division officer in- charge of Air Reserve Training with headquarters sonnel in general service ratingsto
of to the drivers 80,000 of nylon stock- thse will be effected
a car mately pairs both male and female enlisted -' at Glenview, 1)1) Rear ratings
depth perception. ings will be available to WAVES, She first reported to personnel this Admiral Ewen exects to have only with BuPers approval in individual -

All persons, service and civilian, SPARS, and Navy Nurses during command in June 1945, as WAVES about 8,800 enlisted men to com- cases. It is expected that
must undergo the examination to February and early March and administrator at Lee Field, and plement these stations. Most of ratings in this category will be
qualify for the station permit to another 37,000 pairs during late was transferred to NA.S, Jax, in : the officers and men will be mem- included in the post-war rating
operate a Navy motor vehicle. And March and April has also been October to assume the duties va- bers of the Naval Reserve on active structure under new general service -
that includes scooters. The tests well received. They will be limited cated by the release to inactive duty If the commanding officer names, and will include certain
are given under the direction of to one pair per girl bi-monthly. duty of Lt. Hilda Guenther. : of a station is a member of minor additional qualifications be-
H. R. Blevins, safety inspector, That really is a good selling Lt. the Regular Navy, his executive yond those now required and for
Comdr.
head of traffic instruction, who point. Tribble is a native I c/tker will be a member of the Which training opportunities will\
chief and Keep in mind toa\ the fact that of Fort Lauderdale, Fla, and was Reserve exist. *
was formerly a Navy
educated at the Florida State
head of the Station Police here. if the WAVES are made a partof lege for Women and the Univer-Col- It la anticipated that at the first Specialists C, G. P, with the exception -
His staf includes three enlisted the peace-time Navy, all time sity of Tennessee. She the Ready Reserve and the Stand- of P (VM: ), Q (technicians .
taught
men-A. 1.. Acuff, AMlc; L. S. spent in service now will probably eral at Tallahassee sev- by Reserve will be composed en- ), T (link trainer instruc-
Hayes, AOMlc, and J. M. Bishop, count and will help you gain ,the obtaining years a B,S. degree in before tirely of officers and enlisted men tors), and V-for 2, 3, 4 or 6 yearsprpvided
Cox; and three civilian employeesB. rate you want to hold then, ifyou're chology and education from psy- who have been separated from the such enlistments or re-

O. Day, Harry Horton, and interested the Navy as University of Tennessee in 1935.the service. However, anyone in civilian enlistment is effected prior to 1
L. D. Simmons, all qualified ex- a career. status may make application September 1946. Recommendations -
aminers. Think it over, :Mate. It's a pret- for the Reserve to BuPers for advancementsfrom

ty good deal! The Ready Reserve will non-rated grades or changesin
First step in the acquisition of ReliefContinued concen-
'1 a driver's permit is the Driver's Information For the benefit of all who don't trate on maintaining the Fleet efficiency rating of USN personnel in
!r Test-a set of 50 ques- mind getting up early on their day from Page One of young aviators trainedfor general service ratings to
combat these ratings will not be
Their approved
tions concerning the operation ofa duty. flight
off recommend take enis
we you a try amounting to $14,882.19 533
; of except for of Link
training graduates
a
motor vehicle. Second phase is approximately eight
at the horseback riding offerednow loans for other than
hospitalization I
hours month will be Trainer Instructor School the
the Psycho-Physical Test which per prescribed or
Welfare. The bus leaves
by $$31,300.62; and 55 outright
includes checks on vision, distance the front flying. Non-flying billets will be NavTraScol (printer), NAS Ana-
of Bldg. 716 at 0800 on grants, $4,760,69.Chaplain .
judgment, field of vision, depth takes to filled by older aviators or specialists costla The function of specialist
Saturday mornings,
perception, color blindness, hear- the stables and returns to you bring Paul H. W Olander, in a particular field., Enlistedmen ratings in this category will be in-
ing, and reaction Next the applicant assistant executive secretary of will receive training as air tegrated with general service rat-
back to
the base after the
you the Jacksonville Auxiliary of the crewmen or in ings as determined studies
is taken out to a specially ground duties. by now
ride is If mind
over. you don't a Relief
Navy Society, who is head- in
arranged skill course where he is Aviator recruits for the progress. Male specialists in
few stiff muscles, try it next Saturday Ready
ing the effort here pointed out
required to demonstrate his adeptness Call Welfare and make terday that none of the yes- Reserve are expected to be drawn this category will be required to
in handling a motor vehicle. reservation. money regularly from a proposed aviation change to general service ratings
your raised is used for administrative
Finally a regular road test is giv- Unlike other cadet program. Following fleet prior to 1 September 1D48) and re-
en under normal driving condi- expenses. organiza- under that enlistments or extensions of enlist
due Com- duty program, enough
Congratulations are
tions of its the
type, only -
tions.It expenditure trained Reserve ments will not be permitted in the
highly officers
will
mander E. L. Stallings upon her necessary to keep the So-
any of you are planning toM promotion to that rank and to ciety in operation that is derived revert to inactive duty each yearso been cases of personnel who have not i.
take the test in the near future, Katherine M. Rahl, and Susan E. from funds raised from contributions that the refresher training in date so changed in rating by that
here's a tip, Better brush up if Tribble upon their promotions to is telephone and postage the Ready Reserve will not last
your technique is rusty. This is no Lieutenant Commander costs. more than four years Officers and Personnel in specialist ratings'not
kid stuff and you cowboy car men who do not continue in the included in either of the above
jockeys had better beware If you find it hard to get to SHE PAID FARE Ready Reserve will automatically categories will not be accepted for
Bldg. 930 to the Educational Serv- become part of the Standby Reserve enlistment or re-enlistment Jn
JAP "MAGIC" CARPET ices Office during the day to checkon Chicago (SEA). Passengers their specialist ratings in the Regular
and the conductor blush-
bulletins guffawed More Naval Air Stations Navy inasmuch as it 10 con-
(SEA-Now there isapa- college stop in the ed when a woman started dancingup may be
nese version of the "magic carpet." WAVES Club at night. They havea the aisles of a State Street needed to carry out the program, templated that the rating functionswill
About 100 decommissioned and de- number of catalogs of major col- street car, then went into a atrip and if so, they will be located at not be absorbed by civilians
militarized LSTs will be loaned by leges and universities on hand for tease. She later admitted she had population centers to permit the or general service personnel.Men .

the U. 8. Navy to the Shipping your examination. been partaking liberaly of holiday greatest possible participation. included In this group who
Control Administrator, Japan, for cheer. Commanding officers of the 22 Na- are desirous of enlisting, or re-en-
the evacuation of Japanese from The Pensacola WAVES came __ .I.- val Air Stations already designated listing in the Regular Navy mutt
the Chinese theatre. Using'' Japanese aboard last Saturday with hopes ago, but Fate was against them will be prepared to accept ap- qualify for general service ratingsor
crews, they will operate under of redeeming themselves after losing for they again went down to de- 'plications from Reservists in their specialist ratings which are be-
the supervision of the Supreme to NAS WAVES by a score of feat by the score of.51 to 25. Nice localities and to provide further ,ing kept, and must be recommended
Commander for the Allied Powers. 51 to 18 at Pensacola two 'weeks going, gals!! information upon request. via normal channels to BuPcrs.
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rr V QUESTION: If future legislation

makes the WAVES a

permanent part of the

peace-time Navy, would you I

consider making it a ca MAINSIDE MOVIES

reer? THURSDAY
.'
LT, AUDREY M. PARKER, "SWINGING ON A RAINBOW" with Brad Taylor and Jane Fra

t Glendale, Calif. zero Shows at 17001900.

"It would depend upon the leg FRIDAY
islation and what it offered you to "A CLOSE CALL FOR BOSTON BLACKIE," starring Chester .

..' .. stay In. I would have to know all Morris. Show at 1300 only. ,
the pros and cons of the situation BASKETBALL AT 2000, NAS Fliers vs. Maine Maritime Acad
.
,
before I could decide." emy.
SATURDAY A SUNDAY
: LT Ijg) VIRGINIA THOMP-
,. SON, Asheville| N. C. "ROAD TO UTOPIA" with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. Show at
1300 on Saturday. Shows at 1430-1700-1930 on Sund>}y.
"I have
signed up now to stay
S until June waiting to see what BASKETBALL at 1830 Saturday, NAS Fliers vs. Camp LeJeune.

1vM ,, {.. Congress: will do. I would be inter- chestra.DANCE at 2030 Saturday featuring Sonny Dunham. and* his or \a'

f- ested but would want to know all
.. MONDAY
the details and whether or* not I
could stay In aviation"LT. "BEHIND GREEN LIGHTS," starring Carol Landia. Show at
"Sorry Still No Laundry for Wilco" 1300 only.
,
(jg) JULIA A. HUNT, Bir-
BASKETBALL
2000. NAS Fliers vs. Cherry Point Marines.
Ala."Negative. .
mingham,
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY -

I I prefer to get out "SAILOR TAKES A WIFE" with Robert Walker. Shows on Tuesday
Commercial
Hospital I now that the war is over. I had at 130017001900. No show Wednesday. '
fun while I in the WAVESbut
was
BASKETBALL 2000 NAS Wes't.
Wednesdays, FLIERS vs. Key
1 ChatterLast Bulletin I'm going home very shortly."

I LT. (jg) D. A. DEFENDER- STUDENT OFFICERS
,
Bulletin will U accepted until available
FER, Chevy'Chase, Md. .,
Thursday night the Marchof psr* U filled.Kit. r
Dimes ended the campaign for RUO "Yes, I would consider it after THURSDAY & FRIDAY
funds for National Foundation for FOIL SALE learning what the provisions of "MISS SUZIE SLAGLE" featuring: Veronica Lake. 1930 only

Infantile A feature of '3J Packard convertible. Chief Kt"nton.USi" the bill are: the billets open, length SATURDAY ,
Paralysis. Hancock St., NAS. No Show.. '
the dance was the Wishing Well '39 Hudson. 4-dwr s.d. n, excellent run- of service, choice of assignments,
In the middle of the auditoriumand nine condition OP\ low celling. HUB and what have you." SUNDAY
Bucket Child St.. NAS. LT. (jg) MARJORIE J. BISHOP "A CLOSE CALL FOR BOSTON BLACKIE," with Chester Mor-
the Old Oaken hang
Walnut occasional chair, rhild'i rU. 1930
roll-top" Amsterdam N. Y. only. .
ing in the well received enough desk with awlvel seat chair, I electric MONDAY
contributions to swell the fund to$217.8.i. heaters: curtain rod and shades, end "No, I think it's a good Job in T'ESDAY
table, :2-plaU. electric' gill throw rugs, war time but it is not the type of "ROAD TO UTOPIA," with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. 1930 only
huge mail box wire clothe basket l roll work I would be interested in during WEDNESDAY
of chicken wire, other miscellaneous: "BEHIND GREEN LIGHTS "
The following nurses were detached Item. 2(11. W. Lake Shore Drive, TVI peace time. starrring Carol Landis. 1930 only

to Yorktown, Virginia. 30 Z-011.4. LT. COMDR. SUSAN E. TRIE-
Studio couch long OTHER EVENTS
chair t occaiionnlrocker
Ens.Florence BLE. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
January *, nd-tuljle. coffee table' baby
M. ,'bed! and mattress training chair 2 highchairs 'Yes. I would especially if I SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming..
.. : Clock; Ens. Ir- 4-piec bedroom ret with mattress would be doing the type of workI 1200-1300 and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100, and Sunday
5-pivco Hik kitchen net, I metal .
ene A. Krizan- lawn am now. I would have to know 12002100. .
chairs dishes, ironing hoard, and
csky; Ens. June other household
R Beatty; Ens. Dewey tier }Paik.,t. 74. or S717X Riley Ave. making a definite decision." I Band call Ext. 498. Saxophone, trumpet. trombone, base piano, guitar.
Lois N. Butler; DORIS BISHOP PhM3c Vineyard Instruments furnished.
1 (hlef topcoat sine
<0. Chief Floyd.
and Ens. Claire Ext. 84M. Haven. Mass."I I BOXING-For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut A.
Patricia Hart. '35 Stud.'baker President" 4- Wilma good 1 tires In condition. Warrant OfHcor could be assigned to hospital
Lt. Bowen. Fxt. 773. corpsmen BOWLING---Alleys closed until Monday, 11 February for resur
Frances Jones B"h1It'I/ with innerspring mattrea ships. I wouldn't be interested facing.

(NC) USN was JHOH\ Norman St., Dewey Park in shore jobs either in this GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
,
detached last Furnlahlnim for !;.room home, complete, country or overseas." and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt clubs and balls are available at Golf
I delivery' March 2. '300. Lt. Ro .borouxh,
Saturday and Ext. $060.Furniture I ELINOR RAKENTINE HAle House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course
has returned home to marry Cap- for 4 room. 5-ptwe'mni'ln. 1 din. )Park; Ridge N. J. ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

tain William Shetlly of.the United nut ing room.belroom 5."i""set! o", including mania dinette lnnor-si: 1 >wnl-rlniimnttie I "Definitely NO. I feel that as cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason

States Army. Enslgn-Muth Hedges **,' coil prim, chest and vanity; long a:* the WAVES have been a Field.
Spittler was also detached the past 2 Hollywood .t,.... iintli bode, complete I part of the Navy the sailors have TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
Callie Elizabeth Lewis and cheat: other mi.ri.llanenu* items is No. 726 and
week. Lt. resented us. Now that the war ing Building equipment rooms at Building No. 3, and
and Lt. Eleanor E. Forrester reported Complete 1300 4f1U hoimehold CnJiirwood! fin'nlnhmiti ItI. Ti, >jdease l. 2-710 In.. over, that feeling is increasing. also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads).

aboard for duty. quire after 4130: daily any time on Siiturriiy They should discharge them all RECEPTION CENTER-The Reception Center, located In south
and !Sumliy 11)1211 Randolph St., and give the Navy back to the wing of Building No. 955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
From the WAVE barracks we N \<. I from 1000 to 2200 daily.
boys.
G. 1:. V/aahlnur machine. metal untie bed
hear that Janice E. Bagley has complete. Call at 4917 Dundee Rd, lake CONNIE MOTT Sic, New Jer- L.IRUAKY Located on second deck! of Mainside Recreation
reported for duty.. Estelle Herman Share diiy or n lrht.I Building No. 3. Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Friday. From
PhM3c and Jeanette Russell : roams or furniture' and brenkfist room sey."Yes, I would consider It very 0800 to 1630 Saturday and from 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.
set irixxt Ponil tion. $210. AvailnbleMmch
have both left for think it would be a VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON TOUCH
PhM3c. 2. Phone 2-OH4I from .1.00: tu seriously. I I t'OOTUALL-Oftlcer per-
Separation Centers. Alice F. 8:30.: good job for a girl who likes to sonnel previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requestedto
Yost, PhM3c, and Estelle Konc- Officer' uniforms, 2 blues. I green (2 J travel, meet new people and does- meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.
trainers. 1 tan gabardine, 2 white, 2
zak HAle, have left for Parris cotton khaki (nil sire lilt). shirts, cap n't mind being away from home." ATHLETIC GEAR Available in gear issue room, Building 3,
Island for ten weeks of dental instruction : covers, irurrlaon cat| and accensorle THELMA B. BROOMS SKVlC. lower deck.
2>t.Stenotypo..
Augusta. Ca."Accentuate. -
machine, grood (condition Ext.
8S04. the negative! SinceI $1,754 Is Final
J. C. Muldrew, Sic USN, and One set of officer's blues, sane: 42-nhort;: I I do not wish to make the Navy
J. W. Pettit Sic, were given the art of whiten, complete, both W. Lt career I feel that I will have e
n".bo"olllh. Ext. 8044.\ my Total In Station
Purple Heart awards for wounds when I complete
served country
I Complete furnlnhinirs. one year oil" for I my
.received at the time of the sink bedroom Splinterailla horse, eIMh sate. my extended enlistment this
ing of the SS. Stanvac Calcuttaby hlir dlftcntint for lot available about 13IVh : September. And I want to go to'I I Polio CampaignWinding
1946! Iiunwtion evenings from
action on f C June, 1912, '
enemy SOU.: at 2731 Cherrywood or call Lt college anyway SALTY HUMOR FROM
in the European Area Comdr Weldon Ext. SOU LOUISA BOLTON SKVlc. Detroit up the most successful

-- ---- Simmons studio rourh with hack and arm:'I Mich appeal for the March of Dimes In HERE AND THERE
I'll coffee table 4 dining chAir
Did you hear the First Piano provisions\ f the history of NAS Jacksonville,I
Quartette downtown Monday
11 the Chaplains office reported last Old Maid; I can't decide between
night? Ited Cross had complimentary Shore Tel.! 2. 1I14. decide. The main point would be I the divan and the
tickets for patients. Future' WANTED the possibility of gaining a com- week that $1,754.72 had been armchair.

concerts for wii'cli tickets will be Alarm lich Ixt.clock 870FnnnpntfiTu m-eiled. badly Call Freund- mission or of going to 'OCS. The raised during the 17-day campaignat mistake Clerk: on Lady a you nice can't comfortablechair make a

available Include the following: to shire expenses' i III" '41 differentiation between officers Mainside and the Personnel like this.
Rosario and Antonia Spanish dancers Rulok Super Club coupe going to Cal.. and enlisted personnel Is too great.
Oregon or Washington on or about Feb. Separation Center. Old Maid: OK, I'll take the
Gorla 22 don't mind it,
18 February; Igor During the war you .
11. L. S. Booty AMMIc, Hangar 117 divan.
the office for during Almost overshadowed In Its final .
February. Sign up' in Ext. 8324. oc Brks. r. E\.t. 2SJSomxme but it's a different thing
these tickets. to alternate driving from Neptune peace-time." stages by the Impending call to
Bench or Atlantic Blvd. to NAv for contributions to the Navy Re- "Do you mean tell me," the
T. S. Dennison, Ext. 224Furn lief the drive judge said, "that
The Recorded Symphonic Pro- !.h.Hl aparrtncnt or house for man Society, was brought, you murdered
gram previously held on \\ edncs- wife and 1 1-2 year oil boy Mr. HfrU- Seek Instructors to a triumphant conclusion prin- the poor old woman for a paltry
day nights will be from: 1730 to man Ext. 8644Auto. : cipally through the ingenious three dollars r"
1015.: to 111 Plymouth or Chev, In "Battle of the States" which "Well, Judge you know how it
nUhts
NAS
1900 on Friday For Classes'
good condition Phone ,17< Ramsey
The Jacksonville Fir String FOIL! RENT I brought $540 flowing into the milk Is. Three bucks here, three bucks

Quartette will appear la the Ship's Prlvale sVplnir" room with living room An urgent appeal for Instruc- bottles. there-It soon adds up."

Service Library, 8 February, as a Tel.and kitchen T-W. prlvilotro Mrs, Browning, tors who; are qualified to conduct Other sources of Income for the

\ of the symphonic program. LOSTi classes In American History, Pub polio drive were: Movie collections A sailor wandering through a

.pa ID braudet which hoe J. W. Robert" Jr. lic Speaking English Grammar, $437.98; collection boxes, $(15.26; department store squeezed one
upid'. on the loose at the Val- on the. front mail, Love, Sinter on thebuck. Geometry, Algebra Physics and Protestant Chapel $173.00; Catholic doll and it cried "Mama." Later

entine's Dance sponsored for patients ADD 'OM Supply BUM Mill Tag Room. French was jssued this week by Chapel $8675; Individual contributions he squeezed another doll and It

I by the Red Cross, ,Thursday For Site' 1910 Hl.on 2-donr Sedan, new the Educational Services Office $54 10; and a children's screamed: "Floorwalker"
t ."7 February. Refreshments! tires, radio and henUr M, D. Mercer., Officers or enlisted personnelwho show, $17.63.Chaplain .

Separation Center Band girls from For Ext.Said'H4.: 1936 Ford Coui, excellent rub are qualified to teach any of Paul H. W. Olander, *A salesman bought some lim-

Jacksonville, dancing from 2000- ber and In goal condition. Radio and these subjects should contact either general chairman of the 1916. campaign burger cheese to eat in his room.
23Qqj( Th, feature attraction ,durIng heater. Call Moire .:xt. 85011. NATTY:, Lt. (lj Jg) B. I, Loft or Lt. When he was ready to leave
Fur, Kiel. One twit-omit, size 36. |1 04. thanked all hands for their he _
Educational
evening will be the selec- Ellsworth P. Woods at the
still
.the had half of It
left. He
dill (Chaplain' IHftVe, Ext. 8174.Couplet generous support of the worthy didn.t'Want
tion'of "Miss Valentine" from Permanent resld"U* circle threeor Offices. in. .Bldg. 930. cause and pointed out that their to pack it, nor did he want
among the Jacksonville girls pres- four room unfurnished apartment.References. to leave it in the
Will pay three muiith rent unselfish backing of the March of room, so he \
ent. In ml va nee. Cull C. ('"rll. George, Ext. Officers Arc Paid Dimes might mean the difference buried it in the dirt of a potted "i

DEAD-EYE I *GRANNY 8625. -a. In Now location between a hopeless cripple and a plant on the window sill. '

Station disbursing activitieswere sturdy pair of legs to some youngster A few days later he received a
Kddlngton, Me. (CNS) __ Whjle) HAD MANNERED r
I further centralized with the i telegram from the hotel: "We give
her son and grandson were out Birmingham, Ala. (CNSAn-)
fruitlessly hunting North Woods noyed when a guest 'ate peanutsand recent moving of Lt. Comdr'W. O. The funds hve been turned up. Where did you put it?"

game Grandma Martin Hillier, 70, dropped the shells on his liv- Steinke, disbursing officer, and of over to the Duval County Committee -
pulled a rusty shotgun from the ing room floor, Jake Wooden an ficers' pay accounts to the lower which in turn will send half to Apprentice Seaman: '"What Is
wall) took a bead on a bear in her Irritable host shot his visitor dead."I west end of building 954. The trap the National Foundation for In- a field day?" .

back yard, and bagged the shaggy didn't like his manners," Jake vel claims office was moved to the fantile Paralysis and the other Boatswain: "That's the day this
fellow. .first shot. told police. same location. half to the local chapter sailors rearrange the dust."

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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 7 February, 1946
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Back In The Air
ff\ 5 ALL HANDS: A BouquetThe

following letter of appreciation from
? Editorial Offices Basil O'Connor, president, the National Foun- t
Office of Public Information, Room 221 dation for Infantile Paralysis, was received this )
Administration Annex, Bldg. 954 week by Rear Admiral Ralph Davison, Chief of
Telephone Extension 8M2 Naval Air Advanced Training:
Lt. Comdr. J. F. Kelly USSR. Public Information Officer My dear Admiral Datlson:
Lt. (Jc) E. A. Shipley. USNR. Fditor-in-Chlff As the 1946 Starch of Dimes appeal by the
The JAX Ala NLWb u published weekly at the U. S. National Foundation for Infantile FaraJybisdravts ') 1r V
Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida by the Office of
to a close, I desire to the high
express l
Public Information at no expense to the go\ernment and Incompliance ,
with Secnav Circular Letter 45-526.: 28 May 1943. appreciation of the Foundation for the generous ( :
Copies are distributed tree of Naval Air response by the personnel of the Navy and VVr
Station, the Naval Air Technical 'raining Center the Marine
Corps under command both uniformed
Headquarter of the Naval Air Operational Training Command your \ /
i Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Na\al t and civilian It Is most gratifying toe ', ,\ ..
Air Gunners' School the U. S. Naval Hospital, and th realize that the men and women \\lio have just ,y v Vt
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mayport. won the greatest war In history have turned so

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN, Commanding wholeheartedly to the support of the fight
Jacksonville Naval Air Station against the dreaded scourge, poliomyelitis.The .

J Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding hearty cooperation extended to the
Naval Air Technical Training CenterCaptain Foundation by you and by your subordinate
Naval and Marine Corps commanders has con-
'. Clarence J. Brown (MC) USN Commanding x
U. S. Naval Hospital tributed greatly to make this March of Dimes a
success In behalf of the National Foundationfor
4 Captain Naval Maurice Personnel M. DeWolf.Separation USNR,Center Commanding Infantile Paralysis, and particularly for
those Individuals the Foundation has been able a
Lt Col. Alexander A. Vandecrrift. Jr., USMC, Commanding to help in their struggles against this crippling \ \
Marino Barracks disease, I extend
my heartfelt thanks and good r
Commander Robert Feddern, USNR. Commanding "ishes. t :k'j.f SAJLJ'R
t Naval Air Gunners School Basil O'Connor.

Commander Howard E. Born USN, Commanding
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field Step Forward \ '

Commander John B. Huhn. USNR, Commanding >m"
',. Naval Auxiliary Air StaUon MajportCipt. Announcement that this station has been I t

Marvin L. S ldel. USMCR. selected as one of the centers for reserve TUU\ll\ h.

Marine Aviation DetachmentThe training for Navy fliers indicates that the .. ba a-c/9 It
JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service planners Washington fully consciousof I
are
and Ship's Editorial Association material. Republication '
of credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS, the need to keep alive the spirit and tech- I
War Department 205 E. 42nd St., N.Y.C., or SEA. Wash nical abilities of naval aviation.
ington 25, D. G Republication of any other matter,
except by service publications Is prohibited without When the new program gets fully under News that NAS Jax is to be one of the reserve flying
permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.
way, the thousands of pilots who long for centers means that many an ex-Navy pilot will climb out of

another chance at the controls of somethingmore those pin-stripers and back into that flying gear-for at

Cheerful ThoughtDuring exciting than the family Ford will be least a few hours each month.
-
accommodated
the course of the year, we are Seek OfficersFor
, The idea of maintaining flying interest
approached times to give our BOOK SHELFThe
many moneyto I I
through the establishment' of a Naval Heady PIO'Jobs
various charities and causes. If it were
Air Reserve is in
an intelligent move post-
not for such organized activity by -
profes- war planning. The men who take part in the year 1946 has started out Officers qualified for duties in
sional charity groups, much of the miseryin with a promise of good things to
the connection with Informa-
program, equipment designers, and avi- public
this country would unattended. Not come so far as new books'are con-
go ation itself will benefit this tion are being sought by BuPerv,
by peace-time ac-
cerned. The offered in the
that the average person would refuse to variety it was announced this week.
tivity. And the average citizen can feel more titles published late in 1915 and
sick destitute if he
help the starving
or or Requests from officers in this
when he receives this in January of this should add
secure tangible re- year
into contact with them it's category are desired immediately.All .
came our
; guess
plenty of spice to reading
minder that this is not your
country stopping grades, and both regular and
that human kindness can be relied upon, de- pleasure.
abruptly the security measures adopted at reserves, are included. Particularly -
spite evidences to the contrary during the such tremendous in time and Following are some of the new desired, it was stated, are reserve
past ten But this expense energyat books added to the collection of
years. average person officers having a .back
the outbreak of World War II.
would never be confronted with a perspec- the Station Library during the grouhd in public relations, news-
tive of misery unless the subject is brought last few weeks: paper work advertising, radio

before him in the strongest possible way, Sound and Fury Armstrong.Dead The Unsuspected. Charlotte writing graduates experience.or Regular Navy Journalism offi-

with the clearest representation of the rea- on Arrival-George Dag cers with an Inclination or apti-
.sons why he has responsibility. Continuation of the Pearl Harbor probe by.The tude for this type of work.

In support of the statement that men might possibly bring to light one or two I Beleaguered City: Richmond The need Is urgent, it was explained -
facts that had been hitherto hidden and 1861-1ti65-Alfred Bill. a.s replacements for per-
and of NAS Jax recognize their
women re- The Fifth Man-Manning Coles. sonnel demobilized.
being
sponsibilities to those less fortunate and are might serve to bring into focus the vague ac- The Marriage of Josephine I .
willing to dig deep for contributions on a cusations that have been made during the Marjorie Coryn.

voluntary basis, we cite the results of the years since 7 December 1911. The Stars Incline/ -Clyde Bryon CNATC Directive

, "March of Dimes" conducted at this station. But it is the opinion of this newspaper I Davis.
I that there too current and vital tthere My Love Sleeps-Clifford Outlines Policy
The total collected sum of $1,754.72 came are many i Dowdey. ,

from the boxes placed here and there. No problems to permit further delay and dissi- The King's General-Daphne Du A uniform policy for all activi-

pressure was placed upon anybody to contribute. pation of energy in the Pearl Harbor in- Maurier. ties within the Naval Air Training

There was no personal recognition forthcoming quiry. The ancient advice about forgettingthe Look \\ho's A Mother Mar Command in regard to relations
milk would to here. garet Fishback.The between officers and enlisted personnel
to the persons who dropped their spilled seem apply
Unspeakable Laverne of the naval service was
dimes through the slots. Yet the sum col- What about the strike solution? Reconver- outlined last week in a directive

lected indicates that more than 17,000 per- sion progress? The atom bomb? Gay.Lovely Is the Lee-Robert Gib from Rear Admiral Frank D. Wag-

sons at this station wanted to help the vic- We agree with Professor Allan Nevins, bings. ner, CNAT.

tims of polio-and were willing to do it free- writing in the New York Times, when he as- Before the Sun Goes Down Enlisted personnel of the naval
Elizabeth Howard.Out service who married to com-
are
ly and anonymously.The that the Pearl Harbor namecallingmay
serts of Control Bayard Ken- missioned officers in the Naval
results must have been gratifyingand distort the truth not only about how drick. service, the directive stated shall

stimulating to Chaplain Paul H. W. Olan- we went to war, but also about why we wentto Prater Violet-Christopher Jsh be permitted to accompany the of-
der and the members of his "March ofDimes" war. erwood. ficer to such social activities or.
The River Road-Frances Par- facilities as the officer may be in-
committee who were asked to super- -* kinson Keyes. vited or entitled to attend, and to
vise the drive at this station. I _;-1 Murderlthln Murder -Fran which the officer concerned may

-1rFro'm ces and Richard Lockridge. invite the spouse! to accompanyhim
Patton, Fighting Man-William or her.
Six to Seven Mellor I The same social privileges shall
Night Work, the Story of Task be accorded to enlisted members of
Inclusion of Duval and Nassau Countiesin Tfeuxs ondVieujs f romStation Force S9-Fletcher Pratt. I an officers' Immediate family when
the Seventh Naval District means that Arch of Triumph Erich Re such member of the family is a

the "Florida Navy" is intact once more. The -t 4 marque. visitor and not regularly attachedto

headquarters for NAS Jax will now be located Commander Officially Dead C. D., the Story of the Command.

in Miami instead of Charleston, S. C., Reynolds.The Smith-Quentin
the center of the Sixth Naval District, and By Chaplain Luther M. Cole Perfect Round-Henry M. i1Jiu n g rpitF
district affairs will now follow geographical A Christian Marine was reading his New Testa-I I Robinson.The .
lines. ment when a Jewish Marine said to him "Read it Zebra Derby-Max Shul- Service for Sunday February. 10, I*'*
to us; what does it have to say of times like these?" .t the Station Chapel Birminghamnd
With the presence of the Florida Group, In every age many think of their time as being man.A Treasury of Horse Stories Muitin Protestant Avenue
Sixteenth Fleet, at Green Cove Springs, and different. Every age does, have its own characteristics Margaret Self. 0780-Holy Co..munlon-Chapl.ID E.
; some major and some minor events are pe- The W. Andrew..
aviation establishments scat- Turquoise-
training Anya Seton.
many culiar to that day. This makes history all the more 0930--NATTC Set vice-Chai>l.ln E. W.
tered through the state, the Seventh Naval elementin Dragon Harvest Uptfci Sin. Andrew
interesting. However, the most interesting clair. 1043-l>ivln. Senrlcua-Chaplain Fran
District continues to be an area of concentrated history Is its people, individual persons. We arrive The Portable Stelnbetk. cl. Leo Albert.
v' naval activity in peace-time as it was at an understanding of political policies, the Building the Burma ICoad-Pel- 1815 Huddle.-V "ner Hour-Chaplain C.rll'. .
during the war.War reasons for war, and the terms of peace through ying T'an. Divine iiervirei for Colored Prnonntll
historical research. This study is often quite dry, The Albert Payson Terhune Om- Building * -
but, when some one writes a novel telling how peo- nibus. 1430-Chaplain B. .C. Gilbert.

1. Pensions HeavyThe ple lived in that day and exposing their daily lives, Brideshead Revisited. Evelyn 0930-Small Bandar Chapel School-I'hiiplaln B C.
we show an intensified interest and pleasure in that Waugh.The Gilbert

gigantic toll of World War II in com- history. Stars are Still There-Stew- 0 30-Man. Catholic
The Christian has been inter-
religion always art Edward White. 0830-Man.
parison with all previous conflicts was illus cited in the Individual In every generation. It has Written on the Wind Robert 0 80-Man*.
trated recently in a Veterans Administration been gradually pulling individual people toward Wilder. 1100 1700-High Man. M.i...

report. During the fiscal year which ended better living conditions even in times like these.It The Life of the Heart George An -Outdoor Nursery for mall children
June 30 HH5 the number of veterans of all is the better individual that makes the bet- Sand and Her Times Frances ii maintained between *9J,
,
and 1200.
ter state and eventually the better world, whetherin Win war.
earlier wars on pension rolls increased by times like these or any other time. Its messageof I Week Day Religion SeificesJtM.h
330,619, as compared with an increase of love and salvation is the same and will bring the LOVER OF ART
336,163 for World War II alone. As of June same good results in every age. A shipwrecked man Baltimore (SEA).-Alfred Jen- Religious SrTl Hoar. and Fellowship

30, the number of allowed World War II disability is interested in a life jacket no matter what ocean kins Shriver, former cotillion leader !SOwFrl he is in. Christianity brings hope even in times left $1,000,000 to Johns Latter Day Saints gerrlr
claims nearly matched the total of Hopkins
like these.creased 1800-Mutual Meeting. (Wednesday)
World War I disability claims allowed 'since University and Hospital part of In Small Chapel.Yoinc fit
which it to for
lecture Close
go a hall to Men' Bible
hospital load was credited to the be decorated with portraits of fa- J8JO-(Thuriday) Chaplal B. R:CnT,;
1917.More than 95 per cent of last year's in- needs of World War II veterans. moua beauties of the early 1000s. lour

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7 February, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five



.;.-.I INVENTOR Procedure Of I BREEZING AROUND A & R I

-
3*, 'n Inspection Dept.Is 1 Meet Stella Rogers, A & R'sElectronics :
,,\ J' Division Miss Dixon says she enjoys work

, r, ExplainedBy reporter.Mrs. ing in the time section, and I'm

,.I{ Rogerscame sure her fellow workers will en-
(' W. II. Pascal to NAS in Joy working with her.
On hardly knows where to be- We todayto
December 1942 were a little surprised
gin to show how vital a part is and does radio see Mrs Doris Birckhead checkout

played by the Inspection offices.In repair work in We knew she would be leavingsoon
too many instances, In describing the radio shop. but not this soon Doris and

an organization, the existenceof Her husband, her husband are going back to Al-
clerical personnel is taken for Elmer C. Rog- bany, N. Y., to live.
granted. We would rather try to
ers is a mainte- Mrs. Dorothy Young left this
drive to work on three wheels than
of I nance electri- week as a result of her husband's
the
to face a day without help
cian in Public
discharge from the Navy. It's hap
the office force.
Works.Electronics py days for those two when they
.' 1L Under the direction of the chief
I Division News get back: to their home in Balti-
the
main office, are
clerk at the
of six other inspection came from Lodi, N. J., of the ar- more, Md.There's.
offices.personnel Able assistance is rendered rival of a baby boy, 21 January, quite a difference in the
office to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Berg. looks of the Personnel and Admin-
in the A & R Inspection
clerk. the Mrs. Berg will be remembered as istration offices this week, and the
by the senior Among
duties the most importantis I Frances Robertson from overhaul painters are entirely responsible.They 'i
many
control. The has been named
baby
the flow of technical Informa- really did a nice Job witH
Michael Loring. those paint brushes, and we really "
1 a tion that is the life blood of the y
Hats off to these WAVES who
appreciate it, too.
After circulation
] inspector. have decided to remain in service Accessories Division Folks,
various
the inspection
L through channels, reams of this material until September Pat Cushman, when you want financial aid for a w

fl must be kept on file where it will I AETM2c, Evelyn Schomberger, worthy cause you can depend on '
Y3c Edith Cole Ylc and Henrietta -
be available on a moment's notice. the good old Accessories Divisionto
The amount of information necessary Davey, Sic. do their part, as they are always
for efficient Inspection does We are glad to see the familiar willing to help a person in
not much with the size of the : face of Chief McManus in our need. It was proven in the Marchof
vary for whether it ex- midst again. He has been very ill Dimes. There was an averageof
organization,
pands or contracts, the required for several weeks and his absencehas eighteen cents per person given,
a of technical directives remains been acutely felt by enlistedmen making a total of $54.28. We did
diversity
unaffected. This fact madeit and civilians alike. He is due I n't do this to show off, but to

possible to establish an elabor- for a well deserved forty-day leave prove we want to do our part in

ate system for both routing and which he plans to spend with his helping some unfortunate personto
I
!_.; .... filing, .which would continue to brother in California. walk again.
I CZERL COKBIN of the Joiner Shop, shown with the mitre serve effectively regardless of the I Seems that J. P. Bordeaux, We are grateful for your donation

box he developed, has received awards for a total of four suggestions volume of the material being in- ARM2c and S. I. Olanoff, ART2c and sincerely hope ,'It will
from the Beneficial Sugestion Committee. The mitre box has spected.It became well acquainted with Flor- never have to be used for any

resulted in the saving of many hours of labor and has accomplished may also be noted that a suf- ida sand last Sunday night when member of your family.
more successful measurements in wing repair. ficient amount of perspirationmust their car bogged down to the chas- Plant Engineering-Mrs. Fran
i be allocated to the endless sis near Ponte Vedra. Luck for I ces Collison became the bride of

I I task of keeping abreast of routine them the girls were along to help Mr. James Sawyer, Plant Engi-
tediousis I dig out F. B. Rhea, AEM3c, is neering, at 1730, 30 January 1946,
Hours Are Saved work, which though ,
Many paper most function of on a fifteen-day leave at his homein at St. John's Presbyterian Church.
a necessary
Forney, Tex. C. F George, The Plant division extends their
any organization.. AM2c, F. G. Vitka, ARMlc, R. J. best wishes for their happiness.

Brown, Sic, and D. E. Carnes, Assembly Division-Congratulations -
By Corbin's Suggestion Employees Are ART2c have received their dis- to Mr. Carl M. Graeff, lead-
: charges and will return to civilian ingman in the assembly division,

life, and Mrs. Graeff, who are the
I Ideas forwarded as suggestions to the Beneficial Suggestion Given Ratings Administration and PersonnelThe proud parents of a baby boy, Eric, ,

; Committee have been of great value in saving time Employees' Notices of Efficiency time section welcomes another born at St. Vincent's Hospital, 19

and materials at this activity. Ratings were sent out this week by \ new employee, Miss Inez Dixon. January. ,

J. A man who has beon successful with cash award for the Personnel Relations depart-I FABRIC SHOP AT WORK- I

',: every suggestion offered Is Czerl Baldwin Coibin of shop ment to group the station.2. 3 and 4A em-

t 1486. Each of his four suggestions have paid off, and one, ployees These on ratings were made for the

"Upright and mitred boxes," which he illustrates in the three-month period ending 31 De-

above picture, was paid an additional award of $25 and received cember 1945.INSIDE.

a commendaion from Washington for his initiative -a. a r

,
'J and mtriotism.
--
i These "mitre boxes" developedby to leading man.

+ Corbin were used at this activity His steady advance emphasizesthe PUBLIC WORKS

for a period of months during value of his work wherever he .
., the time we were overhauing the was employed. Today he holds the By Ethel M. Shanahan
} N23 wooden wings. They were title of quarterman Joiner. His du- Another veteran returned to
used In the splicing of wooden ribs ties have to do with the supervision Public Works after 38 months of

.:- These boxes saved three hours including of wood wing repair, regular service is Terry Ellis. He is back

'j replacement of spars In Joiner duties, finished woodwork, at his old Job in the Electrical unit I;

.. each major overhaul, and were especially layouts and blueprints.His of Design and busy at the drafting
helpful in that relatively hobby is woodworking par table. He notices many changesin
i inexperienced men could produce ticularly boat design and construc- the department and only found I

i in a short time a perfect joint. Thef tion. He belongs to the American a few familiar faces from "way
i 1 use of these jigs allowed accurate Outboard Asnsociation and has back in '42."
-- matching faces on the cap strips owned and raced several fast Terry comes from Memphis, '

made. Moreover, all layout and boats. His favorite sports are sail Miss., and went back home to at- ,

marking operations were dis- boating, fishing and hunting. tend his sister's wedding, then I f
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pensed with in completing opera- Corbin is always; interested In breaking news day
r tions. Also, by the use of the boxes ways and means to improve the he was going Into the Army Air AX IMPORTANT DIVISION in Assembly and Repair depart
the possibility of wing failure work he supervises, and he has Forces. He was a technical ser- ment is Finish and Fabric. Pictured above iA the Fabric Shop, Mar I Ifurlough
: was reduced because of accuracyof frequently helped his workers in I geant in the ground forces and tha Enback (left) and Nettie O. Taylor (right) are shown installing

fit. perfecting and presenting their saw service in... Australia, New covering and tapping strips on Corsair F4U wings.
ideas. He intends to continue the Guinea, Dutch East Indies, Okinawa -
Corbin was born In Maquoketa I in Australia, but nothing with Rev. Russell
sugestion habit. Why not acquire Just mentioning a few of the Young officiat
Iowa, and was educated in thei like the old U. S. A. he has- Frances Collison to
'4 schools at Kalamazoo, Mich. such a habit yourself today If places. Terry claims his job wasn't : good ing. (secretary
public
and at Nazareth Academy High you can improve any Job, write it dangerous, but you be the judge- tened to add. design superintendent) wearing
down, drop in boxes provided or the loading and fusing of bombs I Ellis has nine campaign stars light blue with white accessories
i; .i School. Graduating from high Put for Mitchell B-25's! ....u..u _........ ._...... became the bride of James SawyerA
D.
4' entered Notre Dame mail direct to Margarie
:; school, he ,
jj.to q'' where he majored In music. For nam, recorder, Box 22, Personnel Still single as two and a half ( & R Plant Enginer, formerlyof
.
does not Design) in a candlelight ceremony -
Relations. overseas give
years you
some time, he played with the
:h The church
+ and I much chance to be otherwise, he was decoratedwith
t Chicago Symphony taught mu- be pink gladioli and Mary Young
') u says the States can't beat wherever -
schools. I
sic in the public (secretary to Mr. Tovey) playedthe
r. you go and is awfully glad to
[ Before coming to Jacksonville inn 4u BLVSALLIES be back. One of the pleasantest wedding music. Many of their

1940, he was employed by the memories he has, was a ten-day friends from Public Work's and
.: t\\ Cordele Sash and Blind Company -- ----- elsewhere on the station crowdedthe
I' of Cordele, Ga., and by the Mer- > confined for the past six weeks as church for the event. A small

,.. -,, rut Sales Co. of Starke as assist- ; u a result of a recent accident, Sheis reception at their new home in
". ant superintendent in charge of now able to get about with the Ortega followed before they left

layout and construction building aid of crutches, and we certainly on a trip for parts unknown.

I with a crew of 60 men. He was also a hope that it won't be too long be- I I Events seem to happen in

associated as superintendent By Leola Jones fore she'll be back at work again. II groups of three, so watch for an-

'. ..... ':.. with the John, A. McGowan Construction There was an excited huddle in Receiving Division gathered at I I other wedding in Public Works."Tisnt .
; '. Company of Fitzgerald, Purchase Division the other morn the Colonial Restaurant one day "
Ga., and later by the Manuel Con ing! Inquiry revealed that EstellePlexico's last week. Receiver's Section was |, Spring, but Public
struction Company of Jacksonville left hand was adornedby well represented there at a lunch- Works is on the move! Mr. Mlms

Beach and the Babson-Cooke Con- a beautiful new ring! She admitted eon-and Inspection Report was ,,, .,.. and Miss Clara Martin (Job Order
Section with
) all their
struction Company. that her recent trip to there honoring Flora Funkenstein,I I -Trr-Elli! moved from the administration files have

J' When he started to work at NAS Wildwood has a bearing on the Ada Weisenfeld, Mary Norton Au- buildng to maintenance

'it. he was employed as a Joiner In ring-but as to her future plans, drey Vaughn, Kitty Allen, :Mar I for New Guinea, Bismarck Archi- 136. Then contract and building

: 1 shop 51 but soon was drafted for she was non-committal Mar gery Weyrick, and Marguerite pelago, Solomons, Luzon, Leyte, their old stand Insptctionvacated in build

: "J; instructor of cadet pilots and me- garet McDonald misses her, young Shaver, who have recently trans- China, Okinawa and Japan. ing 450 and now in 141 of _---t,
are the
:1 chanics. In March 1912 he advanced niece and baby, who left recentlyto ferred to other sections We're The design section boasts of a administration building. In
to snapper Joiner. When he return to their home In Wash- going to miss Barbara Black, whois new contender for the Nobel prize! looked the
finished his duties as instructor, ington, D. C. resigning to make her home in E. T. of the Civil process everything as if it
j Mr. Manley,
were a general but
mess
i maintenance
he became Joiner maximum, and Claud England was honoree ata Miami. Barbara is an "ole-timer" Unit, turned out two inventions in knew what it
In October 1913 he was advanced luncheon given by Power Plant in the Personnel Section and the while his was about .
as many days, pursuing and did a fine
Job quickly and ef
Section last week. It was his birth office won't look the same without of
current assignment inspecting ficiently. And this
and while the music ,was her! wasn't all-the
day,
Civilian Employees liquid refuse ducts (sewers to mail also
playing "Happy Birthday to You," We were glad to welcome the room changed quarters
you). The first was a "Handy Dan- by mving Into the file
News room 135.
food! Rumor aboard
all enjoyed the ( following new employees "
Manhole Top Lifter-Upper, On
dy top of this
rumor has it that
"' Claud notified the day recently: Howard E. Sumlin, Mary
everyone '
: ss Personnel Relations Office and the other a 'Little Gem Pipe design will
back
.... .' I Bldg. 430: Phone Ext. 8191. before to either stay home or bringa Lou Home, Howard E. Dorsey, Al- Peeper," for seeing what's the mainslde. shortly' go to
the next Bob ice T. Carroll Edna S. Dunn, :Martha -
Barbara J. Flnley, Editor present day ) trouble down there, while the op- 4 .-
welcomed back Into F. Baker Marie P. McCartha,
Hudson is being ,
The Civilian Employees' News, erator Is here. Mother
up :
Daughter dear, I don'twant
the Stock Control Division as Archie C. Smith, Margie B. Vick-
a one-page section of the Jax Supervisor of the Technical Sec- ers, and John D. Arnet. Also wel- On Wednesday. 30 January, at you to marry; I've seen the
Air News, Is devoted to reportIng 1730 our second Public, Workswedding' folly of it all.Daughter _
to1earn comed two old-timers back from
are all
tion We
happy
the news' of the Naval AirStation's that Willie' Beau is home from Military Furlough Eugene tobk place .in St. John's : But, Ma I, want, to

civilian employees. the hospital where she has been Hodges and William Potts!, Presbyterian Church, Riverside, see the folly of it, too.

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It Page Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 7 February, 1946 4


,I Separation Center Band CAPTAIN TAYLOR PRESENTS AIR MEDAL I


h h NAJTC NATTC Will Provide Valentine Music DanceThe At


Separation Center Band is Y .

r always a favorite at NATTC ..
ENTERTAINMENT/
;: Dances composed and of rightly veteran so-the musicians bandis

r from many of America's top name
bands. Their naval battle experiences
have not dampened their
; MOVIE SCHEDULE
I ability to send out the sweet rhy-

1'JlUltsn.\.Y-USO SHOW PERK UP (no movie) 1800 and 2000 thm.The .
tlCIDAY>> AND SATURDAY! -ADVENTURE starring Clark Ga band, which will play for t
ble and Greer Garson. 1730 and 2000 the Valentine Dance, February 14,
,\-CINDERELLA JONES with Joan Leslia and Robert( at the NATTC Auditorium, was
Alda. 1KOO> and :2000 organized in Washington, D. C.,
MOMMY AND: TVK.sD: \Y-MISS SUSIE SLAOLFJ'S, starling last July. Under the supervisionof
Veronica Lake and Sunny Tufts. 1800 and 2000. Chief Musician George Dunna- t
1 WEDNESDAY: .-JESSE JAMFS with Tyrone Power and Henry vant and the baton of Bill Harten,
1 Fonda .800 and 2000. formerly with Claude Thornhill,
r 1'IWltSn\1'-VALENTINE DANCE with SEPCEN ORCHES the band has been busy giving dally

TRA. 2000 to 2300 NATTC Auditoiium.SPECIAL conceits, for separatees, a weekly -
i. ( radio program on Friday night ,
from 8-8:30: on Radio Station WJ- JOHN ARTHUR TOLLMAN', AOMSc, was presented with the
r EVENTSAboard HP, and playing for Red Cross I Air Medal by Captain Ford N, Taylor, Commanding:, at the Personnel -
t parties and various other activities Inspection of the 4th Duty Section Saturday
: including N A TTC. Pollman received this award for participating: In aerial flight
t SWIMMING! DAILY-INDOOR POOL; Recreational period for From 14 different states, the 17'' as 'aft deck" gunner and bombardier In a Privateer operating in the .
all Naval Personnel and .heir guests Monday through Friday-1800 musicians represent a crosssectionof Western Pacific Combat Area during the period from April 17 to
\ to 2100; Saturday 0900 to 1200, 1300 to 1700, and 1800 to 2100; Sunday American musical talent. They August 15, 1945. His plane was credited: with meritoriously completing
1230 to 1700, and 1800 to 2100. Children must be accompanied by have played with such well known the mission of and sinking three Japanese ships off the southern
parents. bands as Count Basle, Johnny tip of Japan.
C. GULF. STATION COURSE. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to "Paradiddle Joe" Morris, Claude Pollman whose home is in Wakefield, Kansas, is a student in
",.. all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. Thornhill, Johnny Long, George the AOM "B" school here at NATTC.Coleman .
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, Olsen, and Teddy Powell. Several -- -----
\ SpA-c, 1300 to 1530.:> (Special classes for WAVES by appointment), I also had their own bands before ment had quite a picnic last Satur- S
Sign up at Shack. entering the service. day. Jurt ask Hannlan and Dun

tlOSTESSLOUSE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and Five of the band members do I can about the "number game" that
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives most of the arrangements and orchestrations Helen Perry Introduced. "1-6-6-8-
f and guests. for the group.: ; :TT C en 8.1" and around they went, lit
NATIO L1IIRAK1 open daily from 0800 to 2100. Just like a football player, or N4 f erally, too.
BOWLING daily at 'Ship's Service from 1100 to 1200.: any performer, the men of the The Police Department's Preston
band like to know that their music 1 i I Birkhead has been walking around
AS/I/ ore is appreciated. So at the Val 'I with quite a tilt to that head aft-

entine Dance, instead of just telling i'I er he announced the birth of his:
The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and your partner how good the euis I son, January 28, at the Station
.J Market Streets sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to music sounds, not ee Dependent's Hospital. Congratulations -
why make those
2330. Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personn
invited. I Rosemary Hall's new name is
JACKSONVILLE BEACHES: -Buses leave at frequent intervals
Mrs. Kenneth Wolff. He Is from
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand Mainside.
other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bus Isn't around again with
I Lou and Jones
from
I I his copy. Must be out gadding Taylor Av.
fare 25c. : about or on leave so at the last Fund School took an extensive trip
N.-\\'\' MOrilLK'b' HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 :East: Church Street I minute we called several of the over the week-end to Silver

Vt>O CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus barracks to find some "latest I j Springs and Daytona Beach
.
Station, Church and New nan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO I dope." You can see by the type of switching partners at the Casino.
WOMEN DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street CHIP'S W answers that if anyone has any ,I John Clson, SpA)2c) who la

CANOEING, riSsllING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San contributions for this column, getting ready to say his goodbyesto
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus three blocks from last stop on please address them, via yard NATTC, took ten who piled into
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motorboats I COMPANY PROFILES mail, to the Jax Air News, Bldg. I\ Duncan's convertible out to
$2.00 per hour five to eight people per boat. I :500> NATTC. All will gladly be I Sunday dinner.Armstrong .
HORSEBACK: K1DLNG: MAGNOLIA STABLES. San Juan Ave accepted-If printable. I and Hilton started
nue and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours; $1.50 per one I "A Chief Aviation Pilot is one I From, the Barracks MAAs via out to Tallahassee: and got just as
of the best rates in the Navy," so ] far as Lake City. They waited
hour groups of eight or ten-$1.00 for two hours. I phone 0900 Monday: |1 I
those who claim
say
-- they know. Bks. 1 Can't what he there about 3 hours with no traf-
--- print
ins, AEM2c, Dominic Evangelist-! To find out just what a man with did. Bks. -Was willing to talk I I I tic and ended up back at NATTC

Sailors & WAVES ca, Cox, Robert Evans, ABM2c, this rate did 1 decided to interview but just didn't have anything to II, playing golf.
one for the Profile, and NAT- tell. Bks. 3.-MAA slept all week- | The theme song of Leslie and
BoundAnother Anthony Rounds, AOM2c, Henry TC has one of the two stationedat Simon: "Is that cigarette necessary
Homeward end and just not in the mood. Bks.
Schaffner, Cox Jacksonville He is Paul D.
Sidney Sclliskl,
4 Went to the beach and froze.
large group of separ- SpH2c( Albert Schneider, Sk3c, Shofner, CAP, who is connected Suggest that everyone wait awhile The X and X-OD Department is
tees left NATTC last week for Hyrum Smith, AMM2c, George I with the flight phase of the Auto I Bks. 5-Had the duty and really planning a big party out at
various points to acquire those lit- Spitz AOM2c, Frank Szozotka, matic Pilot School here and is played the records over the PA I the Pines Friday evening.. Bus
tle golden winged birds. AOMlc, Bartholomew Tesoriero, Asst to the Navigation Officer. I system for the enjoyment of allI leaves at 1900. Everything. from
AEM2c, Nathan I Shofner came to NATTC in December I dinner to orchestra.
Robert Tucker.
t' To Charleston S. C., ARM2c I Bks. 6-No answer. Mks. 7--Me- .
Arthur Wagensil, 1943 and since that date Tonight those who have been
Howell AOM2c.To Spdlc) Walter Bride and TjpersUa went on a
Bainbridge\ Md., William Waldron, ARM3c, Charles Walker has accumulated "more than 1,800 II trip to Silver Springs, Orlando, working on the dance committee,
Harrington. AMMlc, Richard Marvin I AOM2c Lewis Yankus AMMlc, hours in the air. and St. Augustine. Had great fun making those pleasant hours for
I James Ablel, AEMlc, Edward He does the work of an officer station personnel possible,
are
AEM3c. I Baker I Bks. 8-Lives ashore, didn't know going
To New Orleans Laiuie AEM2c. William Bartolet but has the rate of a Chief and anything. Bks. 9-Line busy. Bksi in for a bit of relaxation for

Brantioy, Sic Lacy Goodwin, HA- I AEM2c, Joseph Bestudik, SpAlc.( ) I this man would be'i' 10-Kept: count on how many of' themselves. A hay ride' and it
Arthur much rather i sounds
Buckner AEM2c Robert like fun
Ic his boys returned fipm\ liberty with
To Lido Beach, Long Island. N. Clark, Y2c, Marvin Claxton AEM- I h a Chief and be I' red-blood shot eyes. Proved to be ,I :May we take this opportunity to

Y.. Frederick Osborn, AOM2c, 2c, James Cooper, AEM3c, Walter entitled to live I) quite a statistical analysis. Will be.. announce the discontinuance of the
Frank Hekl, AOM2c, "Christian Fake Sic, Albert Hardy, AOM3c, right here on I i a civilian soon. Next week we'll try' WAVES column. Since the number
Forlie AFCJe. Paul Somers, ACM Robert Harrison AOMSc, Joseph the base. Shof-1' the next ten Barracks and see of WAVES at NATTC In rap
Hayes, AOMlc. William ner loves to fly idly decreasing word
M. Houghton, what kind of answers are forth- I any front
To St. Louis, :Mo., James Hart, Sic, Kenneth Kesler, AEM2c. Alex and when coming. them will be included in this space.
AOM2c. Chalmer :Meyer AOMlc, Lockett CK3c, Donald Ludington, speaking of I And many thanks to Miriam
To Great Lakes, Ill., John Graff, AEM2c, Ernest Monroe AM3c. trips and test- The Physical Training Depart- Brooks, SpS)2c( ) for collecting the .
AOMlc. Lawrence Weber. AOM2c. Marion Mahaffey, AEM2c Louis piloting different I '------------1 material and handing in the column -

To B ston, Mass, George Du- M ssmer, AEMlc Walter Mitchell I I types of faithfully for lo! these many
mont. AOM3C, Kenneth Marsland, Sic, Robert Muir, AMMSc, I planes, his eyes I children I months .
"'
John Nibert. AEM3c Charles I light; up and
Llinai' I I ITo practically glow ...... ,
.
Jacksonville: Fla., Albert Nick-ns, AEMSc, Haskell Martin, So determined
Weibo. AEMSc Marvin Moss S2c S2c, Allen Lindsey, AOMT3c. he was to fly
that
I while he was with the fleet
Robert Shade AOM2c Eugene WAVES separated during the he handed in an
.', McBride AO 13c, Udell Blackburn i, past week were: Madolyn Redline, month for about 3 application He every
AOM2c. Charles Boyd. AOM- : Sic. Dorothy Ludwig, PrtMSc, that finally they got years.tired of claims tear-
3c Harold Brown, Y2c William Lorna Chapman SC3c, Alma Merrill ing them '
and he
Coc CY John Connolly, AEM2c, I SC3c, Annette Bailey, PhMSc I the University up of was sent to
James Conway, AEM2c, David Margaret Sleighter HA2c. Alice Dallas, for Georgia, then rr SQFFIGE
AEM2c Oscar Deak- Smith, HAlc, primary, and finally to
Davenport I{ I Pensal'nl" .vtius l.- AAA'''_'' ,-,_
J
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Here Tonight Perk Up'Fast gmnd"was transferred to I
Attention All Hands Quonset Point, R I", as a 1st class,
Aviation Pilot.
Moving Stage Show
I A Bowling League for all Officers Before getting the break to
PERK UP is a fast, streamlined and Enlisted Men will grow wings, Shofner was a Gen-
.. frolic, to be presented tonight eral Service Electrician's
stage/: start 18 February. Entries will Mate. He
at the NATTC auditoriumby be accepted not later than 15 entered the Navy In 1939 and aft

the USO-Camp Shows. February. So get into practice er finishing boot.camp was sent to Po
i;
One of thellveliest revues on over at the alleys. Five cents the USS Tuscaloosa the heavy ::3- ,
the Victory Circuit, it's jampacke a line It you set the pins I'' cruiser which took President r
with good-looking and talented / self or 15c: if you like to take Roosevelt on many of his trips. In
girls and with comedians and it easy. I December 1939 they took the late
musicians: It's really nightclubfare I President to Nova Scotia for a
\ adapted to the theatre. "What will you do when you conference and in early 1910 traveled ,
NATTC audiences will remember grow up to be a big woman like down through the Panama,'
Ada Leonard and her All- your mother?" Canal to the Cocus Islands in the I
I Small Daughter "Diet." Pacific for a fishing trip.
American Girl Orchestra from previous :
visits. She will be here tonight I The Tuscaloosa was also the I
I ship that picked up :570 German
with team'of
/: along a comedy Strange how
many sailors suffer who
Row and Stone. Comedy dancers I passengers were survivors of 1
from bottle
fatigue on Monday the scuttled
USS
Al and Joan Allen, and a'' Columbus.
magic act by Plato and Jewel. morning. I Shofner was transferred to the '
I USS Fitch, which wu on convoy J Li4gear
"What color lipstick do you like duty !in the Atlantic from Panama
Two cutes WAVES slipping up to see on a girl ?" I to Newfoundland
Yorlftown at 6300:: met two sailors "Oh. it's a question of taste." the, invasion of North and took Africa.part .In It "I l ALMOST R>RGOf' ObOHllL, WHEH, fOU REPORT'. ;' "

just going out "Shhh, we're coming I' was when the ship was returned BACK to WORK ve'ne TRANSFERRING YOU '1 t
fri after hours." Said one of the I "Why In the world did they. ever to the Navy Yards for repairs that
WAVES, "Think nothing of It," make her an ensign ?" Shofner was transferred to Preflight TO "THE, PRODUCTION, DEPARTMENTf*
I replied one sailor "we're going out : "Because she was too young to School. .i ,
after ours." I i i'H be a seaman." This flying Chief lives here on '{4.


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*I 7 February, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven



New Public Works Officer Relates I ACTION IN THRILLING GREEN COVE GAME I Raiders Upset




Thrilling Story of "Suicidal Mission",4n i ,S S Green Cove TeamIn



Early Days of War in PhilippinesComdr. ThrillingGame

1Ir I After trailing most of the first
Daniel R. Dorsey, quiet, affable new Public Works officer half, the NATTC Air Raldrrs

has sailed for 90 days and covered 2,000 miles over Jap seas in spurted ahead to edge out the 16th

an open outrigger boat. His story is one of perseverance against heavy I Fleet Reserve of Green Cove

odds, of eklll, daring and most of all, of luck. It will go down in Navy Springs, 46-43. The thrilling game

history as one of the most incredible and courageous performances In Y was played on the local hardwoods
early days of the war in the Pacific theater.
the l'u called t'o active duty and _________ __._._ sI I b AW1V I'and gave the Raiders revenge took for at
58-27
the beating they
',111'; sent to Manila In the Philippine I ged its wings and went away. We Cove.
Green
couldn't figure that out at all, bu
1941. For the next eight
In April, The Green Cove five took the
I
I headed for shore as quickly as posslble. -
Dorsey was busy cor
month
tt lead shortly after the opening tip.
We had just reached land
throughout
s6ktnt. airstrips 'I to 7.2 .
off, and hurried a margin.Bucklt"Y
thsSitreaj'Jbn December 10 therfteti and fox-holes when all hell brook and Harless
JH'SeAes of events and loose just a short distance away." V Behrman puton
'
I' to NATTC a
a short rally give
'tWWttstht; the Navy officer will: "It was the PT boat getting it., and Whi-
Abe
9-7 lead. Rodriques
.. lifetime. Then the planes returned and<
DoUorjttji a I tey Skoog sent the visitors back
.. strafed little boat
every fishing ,
Jeipe: ;iei airmen bombed the house and It into the lead but Don Husvar and
; every building. jus
ba4e ''vll4 eire Dorsey was etattone must have been our lucky day to Bob Behrman connected to give
an&ept it up constantly until the Raiders a 13.11 first quarter
have them looking us over anthen < I
Christmas, day when the survl
their mission before
the island escaped by destroyer complete --- -- lead.Rodriques sank onehander
vors on of else. a long -
taking care anything
to Corregidor. In FebruarI ; "It was Kelly's boat and In IIARLKS8 of the Raiders goes high in the air in an effortto to tie the game again as the
he was one of five Navy commit to I Green Cove team has already : second period got under way. The
about an hour he came over tip one in, but Bob Bohannon of the I
sioned officers selected for a "sui where my office.should have ben'I snared the rebound. Hart ((5)) of Green Cove is trying to help his game began to look more like
cidal mission" of blowing up the It Bob Behrman (behind football as the officials started to
and we had breakfast together. teammate. Other players in the picture are
fuel storage in the tanks southern on Cebu.Philipinet an island I was indeed a great privilege to II I Hart) of the Raiders and Abe Rodriques and Tom Regan of Green make good use of their whistles.

have the opportunity to know Cove. Buckley and Wilcox profited by
This mission was to deprive the such those of the PI the fouls as they counted on) free
I men as -
of millions of gallons of fuel,
Japs throws. Regan and Rodriques came

but in any event: their capture by;; 1 I squadron."It was. just a few days later MCooksNearingTitle USS Melville Quintet back with a red hot attack to give

the Japs was believed a certaintyFor on April 10, when the Japs landec the visitors a 27-21 lead at the

those who have seen the I on the island and the demolition Air RaidersThe half.The
Edged By
motion picture "They Were Expendable I bombs were discharged, practically ; Bakers I game really developed into _
,' the location was Mac I destroying the whole island. I a thriller as, the second half etait-

tan on Cebu where Lt. Bulkle; "Our demolition of five NATTC Air Raiders won I ed. Jug Gjurich potted a pair of)
I group
boats repaired 'Take Over Lead their ninth victory at the hands set shots and Jim Buckley
and his PT were being had plans to escape by means of a Friday long
I -
Melville
I of the USS quintet
by the civilian shipbuilderThe native outrigger 70 feel added a short one-hander before
canoe
I I Although .
ship yards were known as the< long with native Filipino fishermen The high scoring Mess Cooks night on the local maples. I the visitors could find the range

Hoa liin Shipyards and the old ," he continued. "It was a sac took another step toward the National the Melville boys put up a Rodriques swished in another left

man In the picture was an actua day when we left unable to carry ; League crown when they spirited battle the experience 01; i hander but Husvar and Harless

figure by the name of Cleland, of those heroic men with us." took their sixth win. The surprise I the home team seemed to be the came through with buckets to give
any
Comdr. Dorsey was statione II "For the next 90 days it wai of the week, however, came in the major factor, In the 41-40 win. the locals a two point lead. Skoog

there awaiting the orders to blowup : just luck. Jap planes swoopec American League when Bake Shop It was the ninth time this sea-- and Plank collected three points to

the oil refineries and tank: down and recognized the craft tu edged Barracks 13, by the score son that the Air Raiders have I give the Green Cove team a one

when he received a telephone cal a harmless fishing schooner and of 2422. The win sent Bake Shop I walked off the floor with a victory point margin. The game becamea

asking him to tell Buckley and we were spared. We existed or into the lead of their league. Only twice have they been defeat march between the foul lines and

Kelly, the PT skippers, that a Jaj fish, turtle eggs, snails and octo- Bake Shop trailed almost all the ed. the Raiders got the best of it as

freighter was seen in the vicinity, : pus. We were headed in the direction way but rallied in the last three Big Don Husvar showed the Harless and Gjurich counted three

He relayed this message to Bulk) I of Australia we arrived there minutes to win. The score was tied way for the Raiders as the game straight as the Raiders went

ley and within three hours the i via Mindinao, New Guinea, and with two minutes left but two got under way. He connected three ahead. Husvar and Harless traded

ship was sunk. But on the way I the Thursday Islands" quick baskets gave Bake Shop a times early in the first quarter tc points with Queen and Rodrlq /'sas

back from this engagement Dor From February to July the only lead that Barracks 13 couldn't keep pace with the efforts of the the Raiders held on to their one
ney received word that the PT boat I overcome. Benner and Gruber tallied visitors. Leazier placed the Melville point lead. The visitors went
word his farr.ilj'\ in Baltimore, Md.,
had been grounded and set out I eight points apiece for the squad in front near the end ahead, however as Hart scored on
quad was a telegram from the War
with two sailors in an open Chris winners while Hubbard led Bar- of the quarter but Jim Buckley a rebound.

Craft to see what assistance they Department stating that he was racks 13 with eight counters. scored on a setup to give the home Bohannon added a gift toss as!

could render. It was just dawn missing in action, a probable pris- American five a 9-8 lead. the visitors' lead increased to two

and the river was as still as a mir oner of war. He lost fiery: earth- Other games in the Husvar registered on a tip-in but points. "Fat Man" Byrd came
true to form. Brum-
when their heads ly possession he owned except his League ran with nice hook shot and
ror
right over : Records Office to an the visitors came back strong. Bi- through a
four Jap Zeros swooped down. fountain pen, which he carries in mett paced Barracks agionl and Leaner were the main free throw, however as NATI'C
28-14 victory over
"They were so close our boat his pocket as he looks at blue easy Barracks 14 handed Personnel cogs in the Melville attack, as the I forged ahead. The game grew
18.
vibrated," the Navy Officer re- prints and plans over in the Pub- third straight loss as they visiting five went out in front 18- wilder and it looked as though

Sated, "when the lead plane tvag: lic Works building here their took a 24-18 win. Wooders toppedthe 12. Ed Harless made a nice jump there wouldn't be enough playersleft
II
shot and Gjurich scored a lone to finish the game. Queen'sbasket
Wide Field Open For shop mathematics, practical phy- winners with 11 points. i Harless scored again as the sent the visitors into the
point.
AOM School thumped Disbursing
and mechanics. ,
sics, Obviously.
I but tied the
to crowd but Leaz lead Gjurich up game
Trained Plane MechsThere should like to see how the 3720. It was AOM's fourth win Raiders began
you defeat. Rosebroughand ier added a gift toss just before I with a timely free toss. Ed HarI -
parts of an airplane or motor fittogether against one
less netted his sixth free toss to
may be 49,000 new jobs and how they work. Drowesett led the attack with the half ended with Melville in I the Raiders in front again. Bob
as airplane mechanic in the next 15 and 12 points respectively. In front 1917. put
You should have nimble fingers Behrman iced the contest with a
few years in the civilian world and and muscular coordination whichare the other American League game, The second half found more I one-hand effort.
some of these jobs will salaries breezed Medical Husvar, Harless and
pay AFC School past scoring as
requried for using hand tools Lt. Comdr. John Gallagher,
up to J1.600 a ;year. Department, 40-21. Dunning rack- Behrman began hitting from all I
'!'n repairing and adjusting to close coach of the Raiders, was extremt'proud
But before you throw down your tolerances and for using micrometers ed up 14 of the winners' points.In angles. Leazier put on a one man ly of the local team. He

book on How to Sell Insurance In and feeler gauges. the National- League, the rally but he couldn't cope with the hopes that the Raiders will\ playas

Three Easy I/esson. and pick up a it takes about four Mess Cooks made it six straightas combined efforts of the Raiders fine a game when the Miami:
Generally
crescent wrench, listen to what and they beat TAO 55-29. Big Dick and his team was behind 37-30 as NAS outfit journeys to this base
of training practical experience
the U. S. Employment Service years to become recognized in Kimball was unstoppable as he the period ended. to meet NATTC tomorrow night

says, more than 570,000 men air- racked up 16 points during his stayin Faherty scored for the visitorson at 2000. The Raiders are expecting
the trade as a journeyman
were trained and assigned in aircraft -I the ball game. The Mess: Cooks a drhe-in shot to narrow the of competition and hope to
mechanic It is possible to plenty
plane
maintenance work in the meet the minimum requirementsof played; their usual game .and at margin to five points. Leazier I add another victory to their Impressive -

Army, Navy and Marine Corps and I the Civil Aeronautics Adminis- this point it looks as if they will dropped in two free throws as the string.

at least 8 ,OOO of these hope te tration in a little less time than go through the lest of the sched- Melville five came closer. Two and I Ed Harless and Jim Buckley led

stay in this field." however. This is ule undefeated. quick baskets by Behrman the Raiders in scoring with ten
four par-
years out in
Apparently it will not be easyS ticularly true if ;you have profited Disbursing moved into a tie for Harless put NATTC way tried I points each in the Green Cove
a
for even an experienced man to get from Navy training program, second place with TEM as they front. The Melville team and battle. Every player was listed In

a job in this field. Those who have Lt. I jg) H. P. Jenkins, in the downed the Police Squad 35-26. desecrate rally with Biagioni three times the scoring column, however. The
best all-around Peterson, Yonker' and Fetzek all Dinkrazketio tallying showed nicely in
training, especially Educational Services Office, Building Raiders up very
those with C.A.A licenses, will 501:\ can advise you what rang up nine points for the win- I to bring the final count to -41-40.-- I the free throw row as they scored
--- -- I
have the bet chances. Less skilled courses to take through the Aimed ners while Piper took scoring hon -for---TEM---with- 18 points. Miller 18 times.

men and specialists such as pro- Forces Institute to help you on ors with 13 tallies. added a dozen more counters for Probably the outstanding playeron
peller and instrument maintenancemen your way toward either a civilianor TEM Division looked good intheir winners. the floor was Abe Rodriques of

will have a more difficult a Naval career In airplane me. 51-33 victory over Barracks the Jim Buckley and Bruce Harlanled Green Cove. He used his tricky

time. chanlci. 17. Benny Kolenda set the pace PT&W Divisions to an easy one-hand shot to score 16 point

If you have worked on airplanes 1-- 47-34 win over Personnel. The pair Whitey Skoog also showed up well
other complicated machinery visitors. He did a fine job
or combined to net 31 of the winners' for the
found the work also in the ball
and have high man for on defense and
total. Ragerss
interesting, you would probably TechTraCeit. I Personnel with 12 points. handling department.
enjoy the same work either in civilian The scheduled between t .
life or in your naval career. game forfeit. TAP Everyone likes to see a broad
TFC and TAP was a
However, you should not plan! to declared the winner when smile-Especially It she's smiling
be an airplane mechanic, ch'IIanI \ was I at
TFC failed to gather a full team you.
or naval, unless ;you are able to
understand detailed drawings and INTKAMI'RAL BASKETBALL LEAGt'E-! STANDINGS

-written Instructions and enjoy National League
Lost Pts. Opp.

I t, CUTE? By Emma Sue McLemI O'Grady (now Mrs. Stose), Leila I Team Mess Cooks . . . . .Won. .6 0 270 144

.., I LT. JAMES E. JACKSON who has been at this activity for over TEM: Division ... . . . .4 2 218 174

''';L was Civilian Personnel Relations three years and has not only be- Disbursing . . . . . .4 2 190 1 53

.t.: ; I Officer has been discharged from come a familiar figure here but a TAO Division . . . . .3 3 173 169

the service and has returned to his much loved person. PT&W Divisions .. ... .. .3 3 182 212

home in Dothan, Alabama wherehe FRANCIS W. 11UULE who was Police . . .. . .. .. .2 2 118 126
,
... "y instructor at the Aviation Fun- .. .. .2 3 68 97
.
.. :.:;: will resume the practice of law. an TAP Division . .
r- 4 ""," "A4 We are sorry to see him go but damental School has resigned, re- TFC Division .. . . . .2 4 98 104 -

+ '. : must admit we are very happy to turning to his home in Worcester Personnel . . . ., . . .2 4 90 156

\ ; ;? have LT. WILLIAM E. CKO\V ,Mass He was transferred from Barracks 17 . . . . . .0 5 74 143

.. j:; who is Assistant to the Executive Chicago, coming here as an Instructor American League
,.. ( j Officer take his place. Mr. Crow 1 April 1942. On 22 No- Team Won Lost Pts. Opp.

.. .tJ has a keen sense of humor, person- vember 1945, he was discharged I Bake Shop . . . . . .3 0 80 67

ality, is understanding and friendly from the service, but continued at I AOM School . . .. . . .4 1 162 117

R and the civilians at NATech- this activity in the same capacityas Barracks 13 . .. .. .. . .4 1 136 103

t TraCen feel warm toward him rEalizing a civilian until his resignationthe AFC School . .. . .. . .4 2 155: 146

his fairness of characterwill first of this month. Mr. Houleis Records Office . . . . .2 1 84 63

be an asset to them. A fine character, single and good Barracks 14 . . . . .. .3 2 141 99

J4EILA V. KETCIIUM who was looking. Being here for almost Barracks 18 .. .. .. .. .... . .1 5 79 161

formerly ,with the AEM School, four years it seems strange that Personnel . .. .. .. .. . .. .0 3 71 91

has been transferred to the Ma- with so many good looking eligible Disbursing .. . .... .. .. .0 3 66 90

;;.#.... 1M ...".... terial Office taking the place for- young ladies around he failedto Medical Department 11..0 3 53 87I
held by MARGARET E. succumb to their charms.
JOAN LAWRENCE of MCM merly


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I ; R ..,7\.Y LeJeune Five Play Fliers Here .mo.J'

4 .w.___. l ,I -

;, ,. ;". ./", Jax Will Seek lIS REGULAR --
'.n ; --- "e, Waves To Play

't .: ," ; ...... Revenge From
Blanding And

Marine CagersThe

Heap Big Ball Player, Hep! Hep! Fliers play basketball Rollins TeamsThe nK..3.

By Jim Anderson, Y2c games on the Mainside Audi- NAS WAVES will play

torium court this Friday at both preliminary games, OQ* jtW
If start hearing war-whoops the basketball court the auditorium rs' ,
you : on 2000, and Saturday night at curt. $ ;
during one of the Fliers' games, do not be too surprised. A 1830, and top game will be Friday and Saturday' dI:VM--; .fI' .

full-blooded Indian is a regular on the varsity squad. Saturday's fray with the fast S 4 F Tomorrow nigh'ttne' .' i : :

He is T. S. Ary, who is a relative of Jim Thorpe, illus- Camp LeJeune Marines from WAVES meet a team bffamp -/t.

trious Indian athlete. North Carolina. Another Blanding Nurses. Saturday .. ." '

"Thorpe is about my second cousin, I guess," Ary re- home contest is scheduled night they face the RollinsCollege '

plied when asked of his relationship. "lie was the uncle of Monday night with the Cherry ,sextette from. 1Wl tter '

my uncle." Point Marines. '.'...... .,.;". .. .'" Park, Fla.

Ary's father is a Shawnee, which tribe is light-complex- Camp LeJeune, paced by Notre .,.',., .. The Jax lassies, paced by Dottie
Dame's Stevenson, repeated former win
and a
Kelly boasting other
ioned, blond and tall. It is from his parental heritage that college stars, recently handed the over the Whiting Field WAVES .

he gets his physical appearance.His locals their worst defeat of the from Pensacola and took a 51-25>> '

mother was a Sioux. We're season, 70-39, at LeJeune. But the v game last Saturday night.In .
in to whether Fliers hope to make it a different rt another game last week they
i not a position say
story in the return game here. t A 4 2 were bumped by the Pepsi-Cola
of their characteristics '
inherits -
t Ary any Friday night the Maritime Academy girls of Jacksonville, 41-21.
..ti or not, but they are generally five from Castine, Me., are The WAVES starting lineup has
; known for being warlike and scheduled to return. Early in the I been Stevenson, Mumma and Edgeat

stubborn. season they were an easy opponent forwards, and Jackson, Blalock
"My great-grandfather took the of the Fliers and fell by a and Hudson at guards.
64-28 The I I .
score.
which is old Irish Friday game
name of Ary, an should be a good warm-up for the

name, when Indians were required r ., stiff LeJeune contest.
to get English names for birth certificates The Fliers resumed their win SportsProgram

," the real American said. ning ways here last week-end l
@ when they took the count of NAS
"Our family name was Arokta. \
/J Pensacola in two games, 58-35 and GENE: BYRD 6', 180 pounds, I
"T.S. is the full name of Ary, ',' 90-36 Friday and Saturday.The ,
from Okla has
Billings, played I
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who is an ensign. For he took the preceding Wednesday they himself into a first-string posi- BASKETBALL bCOKfcS
initials from the Indian name of \ had dropped a closely contested tion with the Fliers. Gene has Coinmandtnt'i Trophy
Tecumseh and Sequoia when ap- 50-45 game to Memphis NATTC at been seeing more and more action TOW Guard 36, Communication 26.
plying for a birth certificate. Memphis. The Hellcats, now near as the season progresses.He Alrcrewmen 28, VSB 11.UiB .
y/ !
enmiry> IS AilS S.
lived reservation at '.. .ib'b top-ranking among service teams, formerly played high school llonthouie 40, Supply 10.
Ary on a -..-. ..'.:h, had a comfortable 30-19 halftime and junior college basketball be- O.& G 26 Dispensary J 11.
Cannor Junior, North Dakota, until tS margin but the Fliers came backto fore coming in the Navy. Communications 40. Supply' 17

he was nine years' old. "We close the gap and forge ahead. VSB No. 1 Admiral'31, V6D. Trophy No. 2 19.
spoke a Sioux dialect in the family until that time," he said. With about five minutes to play, n TEAM SPLITS GAMES: ':: AHS 80, VM 20.
Gene Byrd and T. S. Ary were The Jax B VSB No. 1 24, AHS 12.
Then his people moved to Shawnee Town, Illinois. Ary now benched for fouls. The officials squad split a pair of Inter-Station Basketball
games in inter-station competitionlast NAS "B' 48. Cecil Field 4i.
calls Evansville Ind. his home.
called 26 fouls on the Fliers, while week, ironically winning and NAS "B" S3. Majport 23.
This- nll-Amprirnn of blood heritage is going t.n make seeing .11, on Memphis, and this losing by identical scores. s I I

some college an all-around athlete when -l he completes; l his was a big factor in the Hellcats' Cecil Field was downed, 46-42, Sell

naval service. Ary played end on the Corpus Christi grid win.Memphis held Joe Trosper to on Thursday afternoon. A strong Navy May

squad, and has been at all positions with the Flier basketeers.He only six points, which is a low for aggregation from St. Simons top Sporting GoodsExcess
the B team 46-42
in
ped ,
a preliminary -
him this
isn't certain as to which institution of higher learning season. Ward Sheffe top Friday night.
ped Jax with 12 and Harry Platt game
Navy recreational equip
he will attend.To .
Ken and Red
had nine. Moyer O'Quinn, ment has been selling overseas
college scouts we can only point out.that Jim Thorpewas Trosper returned to Jax and formerly on the varsity squad,, and afloat, and now orders are being
the greatest player ever to step on a football field, and displayed his basket wizardry played both games._Other point taken from stateside person '
any kin of his shouldn't fare too badly in the game.X against Pensacola. He was high getters were Polanskl and Woert nel, it was learned this week.
man each night with 13 Fridayand ner.
-- Included in the first offering

Recently this plot of type pointed out that colleges will proselyte was right 24 Saturday.behind with Billy nine DeMars and 22. RANKED: 10TII BEST TEAM overseas was all types of sports

football. Now comes H. G. Salsinger of Detroit to say: 'I Totals for the two games wereas The 10th best service team in equipment and games.
"It is not alone the professionals who are engaged in a mad bid follows: the nation was the rating giv- The Commissary Store is now
ding contest for talent, but the colleges are Joining them. FLIERS IG F :pu en the Jax Fliers In a national taking orders from lists of excess
Trooper 15 7 87 ranking as of 29 January and government material approved for
"Tom Lieb was dropped as head coach of the University of Flor- vMan 15 1 31
sale to authorized patrons, and the
ida. Did the university worry about getting a successor? Instead of S>heff. 7 2 It released last Saturdayins
hiring a coach, they hired talent scouts? (Note: Florida has meantime Staits S 2 8 over the LeJeune and Cherry material will be requisitioned onlyon
Platt 7 1 15 signed request. Delivery cannotbe
Saturday
Point Marine teams this -
signed Bear Wolf as coach). Byrd a 1 7
and Mondayould help theFliers' guaranteed, but will be madeon
"Harry Mehre was released as head coach of the University of Ary 8 1 11
a "first come, first served" ba
Chitty S 0 10 cause, but the Navy team
A few days later came the announcement that Junior *
Mississippi. McDonald 8 0 6 will be underdog In both games. sis.
Hovious had been signed as scout. Kean 1 a 6 I I .

"It is just possible that if Florida and Mississippi had engagedmore PENSACOLA FG F :PU. Bill Dickey, veteran Yankee GET "KUPTURED DUCKS"
talented scouts in the past, the Messrs. Lieb and Mehre would ODonntll 4 8 ItLnrsen catcher Just out of the Navy, will Mustered out of the Navy recently
have been much more successful as coaches. 6 1 6 a ITLorenien 6 return to the New York Club as have been Pitcher Matt

"With the professionals fighting for players, the collegesare TheUen 4 2 10 an active player again next sea Surkont, Cards; Pitcher Joe Batten -
going to tune a hard time lining up material. They cannot afford Cooler 4 0 8 son. Dilckey made known his de- Dodgers; Pitcher Mace
to bid against the professionals, who seem bent on signing Reckteh Steven 1 1 :2 Ii 7 4 cision on his visit to the Yankee Brown, Red Sox; Pitcher Hal
high school, as well as college pigskin potentials." Tucker 1 2 4 offices, 28 January. White, Tigers; Outfielder Eddie ..-
That is where we disagre with Mr. Salsinger. Some of the lucrative Collins, Athletics; Catcher Bill .
offers being made by colleges are on a par with professional sal NAATC Boxing Tournament Dickey, Yanks; Infielder Connie
aries. Pro football will have to do some dickering to sign potentially Ryan, Braves; Pitchers Ken Poliv-
good school gridders'Fame ka and George Burpo, Reds; Outfielder
_-x- Scheduled Here 15-16 Feb.One Bernard Lutz, Browns;
is not always fleeting. Often the passing of time increasesthe Pitcher Dale Jones, Phillies, and

reputation of an athlete. of the top leather slinging sessions: in NAS Jax his- Pitcher Thomas Ferrick. Indians.
Baseball players are apt to become really "great-shakes" with the for I I
tory is being arranged presentation in the main side 1916
two teams of 1608 tor the
It
passing of years. We believe that major league Applications
were to stage. one of their games today there would be enough space auditorium next week, Friday and Saturday nights 15 and World's Series already are being

empty to rent out sleeping quarters to those who are t ant.less. -1fi- February. received by the Yankees. Richard
Guys like Mordecai Brown and Joe McGinnity may have been T-he. affair, which will be officially Sandler, a Yankee fan from New-
good in their time, but old Dlz Dean and Mickey Cochrane and latter known as the Naval Air Advanced tests or as a participant in Navy ark, N. J., was the first applicant.
day stars should really be given major consideration for the Hall of Training Command Boxing smoker or inter-station bouts. His request with others, was filed
"
Tournament, will bring quite an for "future reference.
Although the open bouts will .
Fame.Sports should be like champagne-keep getting better with time. array of mittmen to Jax, is the .
feature more tthe finesse of the
word of Lt. Comdr. E. G. Whereatt Servicemen will continue to benonpaying
ring it can be expected that the .
NAATC Physical Training- of the New
guests
It. Colter Is Runner-up In lads who enter the novice class .r .K
Welfare Officer, who is directingthe York Giants during the 1916 sea ,
will be the ones who will keep the '
tourney. at the Polo Grounds, in con
son
Jax City Amateur Golf Meet Entries have already been received crowds a-roarin'. tinuation of the practice during the .:,"',. .
from the following stations: AAU rules will be in effect for war, President Horace C. Stone- :
Lt Jack Colter of NAS Jax, who NAAS, Cecil Field, NAS, Lake the conduct of all bouts with con ham announced last week. c
only recently came back from sea : 18-hole rounds. City, NAS, Sanford, and NAS, tests in the following eight weight ,
I, duty to take up his golf clubs aft After a seesaw first nine on the Jacksonville. It is expected that I divisions: 112, 118, 126, 135, 147, The Athletics signed Walter Bu- .
morning round, Colter, who is engineering the latter station, Jax, will pos 160, 175 and heavyweight. Suitable I bien, former Penn star who has
I er a three-year layoff, was nosed officer of ADU, won the sibly be out in front in quantityand individual trophies in each weight been playing first base for the
\ out of the city amateur golf title quality as far as entries go division symbolic of NAATC team.
V>v .QsinnvTill. _.....v....... tenth hole with a par three but but some of the other stations in championship, as well as a team Bainbridge Navy
Miller who Miller squared the match at the the command might well knock championship trophy will be SOUNDS LIKE ANTI-MEIIGER

also recently I fourteenth and won the fifteenth Jax fighters out of the meet. One awarded. A team composed! of military
I
returned to z to take a lead he never relinquished. of the tougher contingents is expected The tournament competition will police was playing a soccer-
Jacks onville I from NAS Banana River,, be open to all officers and enlisted game with a team composed of
after overseas which boasts a stellar array of personnel currently aboard the shore patrol. The Instructor was
service with the t For a man who hadn't been out ring talent. following activities: NAS, Banana outlining the principles of the
Army air fore divot digging in three years, Col- According to memorandumswhich River; NAAS, Cecil Field; game.
es, out-stroked ter did all right for himself. Not have gone out to all NAA- NAS, Daytona Beach; NAS, De- "If you can't kick the ball,"
Colter in the finals many months ago he was flight TC athletic officers the tournamentwill Land; NAS, Ft. Lauderdale; NAS, he said, "kirk one of the men on
last Sun- z ,. director officer aboard the carrier be split into novice and open Hutchinson, Kan.; NAS, Lake the other team. Now, Where'sthe
day afternoonon Belleau Wood. lie took up his classes. A novice will be consid- City; NAAS, Mayport, NAS, Mel- ball f""Never
the Jax Municipal sticks only about two months ago ered as an entry who has had no bourne; NAS, Miami; NAS San mind the ball," shouted -
course, to begin chasing a white pill over previous bouts, either as a civilian ford; NAS, St. Simons, Ga., and a big S.r, "Let's get on with
4and3Lntwo the 18-hole Jax layout. contestant. public boxing con- NAS, Vero Beach. the gamer '




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