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.rr Vol. 3, No. 49 -, __ 14 February, 1948


Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


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




!' 7fliva1Distriet Commandant To Visit Jax Today I




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I GUESTS AT "FLORIDA'S NAVY" AFFAIR

Campaign For f ; Shafroth, Staff


Relief Society To Be HonoredAt


Nears ClimaxOnly LuncheonThe



two days remain in the an-
phrase "Florida'sNavy" \,
nual fund-raising campaign for
.\> the Navy Relief Society which is becomes more than a

scheduled to close tomorrow. catch-word today, when Jack-

A report, covering the first weekof sonville civic leaders play host

the drive and far from com- : to Rear Admiral John F.
plete, was issued Monday by ( '
Chaplain Paul H. W. Olander, \ Shafroth, of Miami, 7th Naval -

showing a total of $1,622.43 had District Commandant, and
been contributed thus far. Only members of his staff. The

NAS, NATTC, and the Naval I day-long activities are in wel-
Hospital were included, with
come to the commandant who
: ,
NAATC, the Personnel Separation
Center, and auxiliary fields yet to x I assumed jurisdiction of naval

be heard from. Complete figures nEAR ADMIRAL JOHN F. SIIAFROTII (center), Commandant of the 7th Naval District: is activities in Duval and Nas-

will be published in the Jax Air shown here In a recent conference with Rear Admiral Ralph Davison (right), Chief of NAATC and sau counties when they were
News next week. Captain (then commander) Thomas C. Nicholls, Jr., commanding officer of the U. S. Naval Station, shifted from the 6th Naval
The Society is shooting at a Green Cove Springs. These officers are among the guests of honor at a civic luncheon today honor- District in January.
mark equal or greater than last ing "Flonda'fc, Navy." Admiral Shafroth Is being welcomed as new commandant of naval activities in
year's collection of $15,677.92, and Duval and Nassau counties which were recently shifted into his command from the 6th Naval District. Rear of Admiral Ralph Davison,
it is hoped that all hands dig down chief NAATC Jacksonville
and give generously to this "all I Commodore H. H. J. Benson, commander

Navy" cause to push the drive over Inspection Tour of Special Messing Florida Group, 16th Fleet,
' the top. Going Up! and other high ranking naval offi-
Questions Answered Local Facilities Permits Will Be cers in this area are also honor
During the current drive many Prices at the Ship's Service guests at the feature event ot
Laundry were hiked two cents the day, a luncheon at the Windsor

questions arose as to the work and Curtailed
Nears 25 Feb.
purposes of the Navy Relief Society CompletionA per pound this week, and cus- i Hotel.

Here are a few typical ones week-long inspection tour of tomers found it cost them dir-12 To control the number of enlisted Admiral Shafroth and his staff
-with answers supplied by the local Naval activities in the Jackson- cents a pound to get those will arrive at the Naval Air Station
and personnel authorized to eat at
ty skivvies, hats, dungarees
auxiliary: by plane this morning. Lead-
ville area was in its final stage to-
1. Who gets Navy Relief? All day, under the direction of Rear towels washed clean again.Lt. other than regular hours, a new. Ing the welcoming committee for
personnel, officer and enlisted, of Admiral P. F. Foster, ,Assistant A C. Abney, Ship's Serv- procedure in the Issuance of special Jacksonville are Mr. Jack Kava-
that the
the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Inspector General. ice Officer, explained mess permits will be inaugurated naugh, chairman of the Chamberof
Guard who are in just need of financial price increase was instituted to on 25 February, It was an- Commerce Naval Affairs Com-
The party, which includes Rear overcome an operating loss mittee and Mr. William
assistance. nounced this week in Station Mem- Johnson,
2. Is Navy Relief charity? Yes Admiral I, M. McQuiston, and caused by the drop In production orandum No. 6-46. general manager of that organization. -
and no. A contributor can have Rear Admiral Malcolm G. Star- volume during the winter The A tour of principal points of
memo out
arrived here last Thursday pointed that the
row (SC), months. When whites are being
the happy reaction that his dollarIs practice of various interest in the city will precedethe
Included in their itinerary are department
worn again and production in-
for in luncheon
doing something someone personnel officers beginning at 1300.
activities in Jackson- issuing early and I
need, that it goes directly towardits all Naval creases, the prices will probably late chow : This event Is sponsored by the
purpose. He may also have the ville, and outlying Naval Air Sta- be cut back to 10 cents per knowledge'of passes the without the Chamber of Commerce.
feeling of insurance for himself. tions.In pound, he pointed out.Navy's commissary officer I Mill Tour Station
has
extra
put an burden
the
addition to the flag officers, on
It's the man who least supposes he galley, and that established mess- I. Highlights in addition to the
will need that dollar again who the following personnel are on hours luncheon are a tour of the station
himself board In the party: New Dive ing are sufficiently long to for Admiral Shafroth's
may find In need becausean allow everyone to eat without de- I party including -
allotment check has gone Captain T. L. Wattles CaptainR. the Personnel Separation
lay, the
astray, or his pay accounts were C. Kehart, Captain J. L. Holland Torpedo Bombers of departments providing messing hours. Center; and a late afternoon sortie
are scheduled to
mislaid during transfer. And more (MC), Captain J, P. Rembert, allow I down the St. Johns River aboard
flow of
an even
directly answering the question- Jr., Comdr. C. A LaFarge, (SC) Boast High Speeds the mess halls. personnel to the yatch of :Mr. George Gibbs,
there are two types of aid, out- Comdr W. C. Short, Comdr. RoyH. Sr., prominent Jacksonville ship
right grants and loans. Gratuitiescause Jones, Comdr. Harry Sartoris, (SEA-The maximum speed of "If correct messing schedulesare builder. :Mr. Gibbs will be host at
deficits in the fund and have Comdr. George Johnson, Lt dive bombers for the Essex class established and adhered to by dinner aboard his craft for ten
to be made up by voluntary con- Comdrs. W. C. Norcutt, D. D, each individual department," it Jacksonville civic leaders in addition -
tributions. And not all loans can Brewer, H. X. Roche, LieutenantsF. carriers has been pushed up :>0I I stated, "early and late messing to Admiral Shafroth's party.
be repaid. Sometimes they must F. Stone J. P. Weller (SC), R. miles per hour in the BT2D-1 This permits should be unnecessary ex- I i :Members of Admiral Shafroth's
be converted to grants. B. Healy, (SC), Ens. Mabel War- sea-going type combination dive cept in rare occasions." party are Captain William L

3. Are the contributions used nike (W) and :Mr. James G. Sheridan and torpedo bomber has speeds in Effective with breakfast on Freseman, chief of staff, CaptainJoe
Continued on Page Two Monday, 25 February, all outstand- W. Boulware, district reserve
of 500> miles an hour and a
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ing special messing permits will officer, Lt. Comdr. Jess Carver,
,I BOOKED FOR STATION DANCE j maximum range of over 1,500 be void. Except for emergencycases public information officer, and Lt.

miles. early and late chow permitswill Comdr William B. Hussey, aide.
Some of the latest improvements from then on be issued only They will remain aboard the sta-
", incorporated in the plane are fuse- by the Commissary Officer. Where tion Thursday night, returning to
.,. lage dive brakes, free-blown cock- permits are deemed necessary, de- Miami on Friday.
.' pit enclosure, flak-proof windshield partment heads will have to sub- Some 70 guests will attend the

I ::1 : i-foot wing-fold span, and mit requests to the commissary officer luncheon, including Congressman
;11"\. .t', considerable dead weight reduc- via the executive officer for Emory Price, member of the

o/ tion. approval. Continued on Page Two
.

I;, ',,,",'':..!'".',>'."+.1: Graphically named the "Mauler," Prepare Splinter Fleet For IStation's
'. '
: '; Navy's newest and most powerful

: single-seater dive-bomber-torpedo
j' plane will operate off the large Sailina SeasonBy
: aircraft carriers of 'the :Midway
'ir.'i. -- - - - -
< class. The Navy designation for Arthur M. Greene, Y2c I -.
this heavy, long-range plane is Staff Writer around the first of next month.

BTM. It won't be long now! Soon the With the coming of peace, per
Speed in level flight of the BTM St. Johns will echo and re-echo haps this year there will be some
is over 350 miles per hour, maxi- with cries of "Hoist that jib," active competition here. Sailing .
._ -., mum range over 1,700 miles. In "Watch that boom-we're coming teams could be formed, handicaps
T, dive-bombing, it can withstand about!" and other nautical lingo. 'given, and maybe a prize or tro.

',;,"' ,. vertical dive speeds of over 500> Yes, spring will soon be here- phy could be made available. It's
<:' t.: ,'" miles per hour and yet its intermeshing and with it will come the reopen- good sport, this sailing, whether
finger-type dive brakescan ing of the sailing season at N AS. racing or just cruising. But good,
: slow it down in a vertical dive The splinter fleet will be in com- stiff competition always whets in
t ; to less than 350 miles an hour for mission, and boats will be avail- terest.
5. :
; greater bombing accuracy. able to qualified skippers and their Right now the fleet includes 12
tf" I guests. For those sailors who have sailing craft ranging from tiny
'' { ,, not mastered the technique of pi- prams to good-sized keel sloops. ?
I ) Registration OpensFor loting a sailboat on the tricky St. All may not be in commission at
: ," Night Classes Johns River, there'll be a few more the start of the season, but as repairs
J easily handled rowboats. progress more will slide down
l
t, \ ; Registration for educational sub- Already the boys at Yardcraft, the ways. Some of the hulls have
it" > jects of high school level, sponsored under the direction of Lt. (jg) taken such a battering during the
0 \ ; ,.,' by the Educational Services John S. Kemp, USN, have begun past year that seams are wide

r 1"ii" i Office, will be open today, Fridayand their yearly reconditiolnng of the apart and it will take many weeksto
\ Monday between the hours of tiny fleet. They've gone to work get them ready.
: : illJ JfJ' 0800 and 1630 at the center in with sandpaper and steel wool, Last year the Welfare Depart
HANDSOME Johnny Long brings his orchestra here on Friday, Big. 930, it has been announced.The with caulking Irons and mallets, ment was able to obtain a few additional
I, 1 March, for a Ship's Dance at Malnside Auditorium. The southpaw following classes will be with paints and varnish, and with rowboats for the use of
fiddler has one.of the most danceable bands In the country, and has conducted on Tuesday and Thurs- plenty of elbow grease to get the the crew, and this season is attempting
,; fcTpViyed:: : record-breaking engagements at the Hotel New Yorker during day evenings starting at 1715: : boats in commission. In addition to purchase a number of
"o \ the past four years. Like many other big name bandleaders, including American History, Physics, begin- to getting the hulls in shape, Comet class sailboats to add to
the late Hal Kemp,'John Scott Trotter, Skinnay Ennis, and ning Algebra, first and second semester there's sails and rigging to take the fleet. Deliveries are far behindat
Kay Kyser, he's! a native Tarheel, from Newell, N.. C., just outsideof Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry care of and rope to splice. But the most boat manufacturers, and
Charlotte. French and Grammar. news is that sailing will begin Continued on Page Twos



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Two JAX AIR NEWS 14 February, 1946


. rlRST SIGN or SPRING


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By Lois I A.Today. Later, 1'lr
"WAVE Clvilfan .'!O- .'hI

>>" .. I MORROW!" ':.,vJ.
Know what we 4tea+ ?"' ,'We'J'e' }
I talking now about tee''keen..fcookI \
I that has ben put out) by;;the*Welfare -
Department l'ontabting'.l1lhe.
winning ideas of the'conte t,that
WAVES Welfare sponsomfa! short
I
r w R time ago, on uniform .
.
Fa. .. "
.
S sion '*.. tr'I'
t The judges, Lt, Jg)' Folly Flint,
.. $ Ens. Betsy Manly, Bettle Vollmer,
s .* SlcSpfE( ), and Dorothy Larkin,

r% ham ( S1c(SpY)), really knew how to
e pick the winning designs and the
tiE I illustrators, Janet Kenny AMM2c
and Bettle Vollmer, did an excellent
Job of putting the winning t
I Ideas down on paper. Tht book, i
1 In case you havent seen can be found on the quarterdeck
of most of the barracks and really
warrants more than :'u!t a quick
look-cee.
Seersuckers and blue suits really
gof a good going-over (tom the .

100.. I suggestions turned in by Elsie
I Rimmel, Mary Jane Alexander, AlI -
I I Ice Sauer, Ruby Withers Sally
Hayes, Bettle Vollmer and Janet
Kenny, but all of them are allY,
t .C .be quick, practic"' '<""..4 that will
f'I I pay off In :h 'in.

; I
The Craft Shop Is really en the : I'
(w'r
.a. beam when it comes to having on J
hand all sorts of practical ways of ,
E .
f
t ez ar
spending your time You benefit In I

the long run In two ways, becauM'I I

," ..', 'ou're not only spending ybur time !I
wisely hut you have something to \ ,
show for your work.
The latest craft to be added to
a a the already long lint is that of I
leather work. Have you seen any
of the wallets or picture frames
x that some of the gals have made?
Take the time some day to really
let them show you all the thing
they have for you to work with.It .
& L will benefit you no end.
.

VAHDCRAFT goes to work putting its sailboats in fleer, looks on. ((2) The cockpit needs fresh paint, too, and two men I The WAVES basketball] team Is
,hape, then spring can't be very far off. Last week caulking irons of the crew take care of this detail (3) Anti-fouling bottom paint hitting. stride now with three
and paint pots were broken out and the job of making the boats goes on last, and the boys get two snipes! ready at the same time.I I consecutive wins in the last three
I ( new coat of paint, and ready for launching then sailing days will a going over Arthur W. Dellmger, Sic, the sailmaker does some The records show they've won
be here again. < 1)) First task is to caulk all seams, and here Bill j repairing and mending It all adds up to some mighty pleasant leis I eight games and lost four thus far
Morris, BMlc wields the tools as Lt. (jg) J S. Kemp, Yardcraft Of- ure hours come spring but the season is not over with
'-- and bound to come
----- I yet, they're

I Rear Admiral Shafroth Has PrepareContinued May Restore 16 i luck through kids with more. victories! Good


Had Colorful Naval CareerCommandant from rage OneIt Year Service Plan : CampaignContinued

is too early to predict whether Restoration of the 16-jear Retirement -
of the 7th Naval --_. _- NAS will get the new bo.ts In Plan IB the subject of a' from rage OD
I jas Director of Naval Reserves in time for the spring season. bill awaiting final action In Congress
District, with headquarters in MI- locally Yes, the contributions col-
ami, Fla, Rear Admiral John F. | the Bureau of Navigation (now Until more boats are obtained, and approval by the I'rewi- lected on this station and branch<<:
Bureau of Naval Personnel) reservations will be
Navy probably
,
Shafroth, Jr., brings to the Florida I dent stations are kept for the use: of
Department 1940 to 1941 and As- Last boats were re- I
,
tight. year The bill would restore to
command an outstanding naval enlisted this auxiliary. However, persons
sistant Chief of the Bureau of much two weeks in I
served
as
record as well as one of the Navy'smost as men with 16 years of service may come in who are attached tv
Navigation, 1941 to 1942. Admiral advance for Saturdays and Sundays I
colorful personalities. in the Regular Navy the privilegeof some activity in California, dependents
Shafroth was at Commander More often not when
sea as as you transferring to the Fleet Reserve
whose serviceman is still
Admiral Shafroth, born in 1887in Southeast Pacific Force, in finally did get one, it poured down Such men would be released
overseas come in for advice and
Denver, Colo., is one of the big-
I 1942. He was Base Plans Officer
rain.The to inactive duty with pay at the I assistance So Navy Relief is both
cst in the Navy, standing well
men
and subsequently the Deputy Commander spring and fall provides the rate of one-third of base pay plus local and Navy-wide
over six feet and tipping the scalesat South Pacific Force, 1943. best sailing weather, with less longevity. Transfers would be limited __
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better than 250 pounds. Son of I He next served as Inspector General rain and more wind than summer. to men who enlisted or enlist COMES SWINGING
the late Governor and U. S. Sena- Pacific Fleet and Pacific On hot and August days
I July in the Regular after 1
Navy July Lawton, Okla. (SEA), __ Mrs
tor John F. Shafroth and Virginia
I Ocean Area, May 1944 to December there hardly enough wind to sail 1925 and prior to a date 121 days Shirley Carter threw out a mouse
Morrison Shafroth, he graduated 1944 when he took commandof the where the boatsare
I out of cove after approval of the legislation, she thought she had killed. The
(torn the U. S. Naval Academy, in I Battleship Division Eight, consisting anchored, and usually :jou're and to men who re-enlist in the family cat started playing with it.
1908. At Annapolis he was theAcademy's of the fast battleships becalmed for hours once do
I you Regular Navy within three months The mouse revived and bit the cat
boxing and wrestling MASSACHUSETTS INDIANA, get out in the middle of the river of the date of their discharge. I II In the jugular vein. The cat died.
champion and played football for and ALABAMA. Then in June he Along about mid-afternoon a I _-_ 4 _
three seasons. assumed temporary command of storm generally springs up-the WINS SECOND: D. F. C.
After graduation, he served Battleship Squadron Two, com- wind howls, the river is churned I : I
nearly four years on the U.S.S. posed of all the fast battleships, Into a sea of rough whitecaps, and __ .
VIRGINIA and two years on de- which command he retained until the rain falls In sheets. Only a
stroyers of the Atlantic Fleet detached on 2 December 1945.: seasoned skipper manages to get = s
Then he went to duty in the Navy back without a tow from one of
Department from 1914 to 1917. At the power craft from the boathouse -I
the beginning of World War I. he Admiral DavisonDiscusses V44$7 '
went to sea in command of the .
U.S.S. TERRY operating out of .
New York and, later, Que>nstown. Merger ShafrothContinued Ti
On arrival of Sub-Chaser Squadron I .
Rear Admiral Ralph Davison,
SIX at Queenstown, he was Chief of Naval Air Advanced ,I from Page One
assigned command of that squadron. I Training Command, was in Miami I, House Naval Affairs Committee,
Later he served In command yesterday BJS one of the two principal I Jacksonville Mayor C. Frank ,
cf the destroyers WATERS, PHILIP speakers before the Miami Whitehead, leaders of the city and a
and UPSHUR until 1920, when Chapter of the National Aeronautics county governing agencies, the
he returned to the Navy Depart- Association. Cham-
Sharing honors board of governors of the
ment for two years' duty. with him at the luncheon meetingwas ber of Commerce, the host organi-
Admiral Shafroth served on the Brigadier General Eugene Eu- zation, and their naval affairs .
Staff of the Commander Special bank, Assistant Commandant of committee. ,
Service Squadron, operating out of Army Air Force Center, Orlando Naval officers invited to attend
Panama, 1922 and 1923, and on the Admiral Davison and General include Rear Admiral Gilchrist
Staff of the Commander in Chief, Eubank presented their views on Stockton, Captain F. T. Ward,
U S. Fleet, 1923 to 1925. He attended the Army-Navy merger proposal, NAATC chief of staff Captain A
the Navy War College, I now pending before Congress. R. Brady, NAS commanding officer -
1925: and 1926 and the Army War Admiral Davison also spoke to Capt Ford N. Taylor, NAT-
College 1926 and 1927, and servedon two Jacksonville club groups on TC commanding officer, Captain
the Faculty of the Army War Tuesday. At the noon luncheon Clarence J. Brown, medical offi-
College 1927 and 1928. He was meeting of the Daughters of the cer In command of the Naval Hos-
Navigator of the U.S.S. ARKAN- American Revolution, he presentedhis pital, Captain M M Dewolf, com-
SAS, 1928 to 1930, and in chargeof views on the merger bill. Againin manding officer of the Naval Separation -

the Planning Division of the the evening he spoke on the Center, Captain ThomasC. .. ,. .
Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department same subject before members of Nicholls, Jr., commanding offi- -- -
1930 to 1933. He was the Lions Club. cer of U. S. Naval Station, Green LT. COMDR. RAYMOND !S. OSTERHOUDT, NAATC staff of-
Executive Officer of the USS Cove Springs, and Captain J. W ficer, if shown here being congratulated by Rear Admiral Ralph Da
WEST VIRGINIA, 1933 to 1935, LONG CLOTHES LINE Kimbrough executive officer of vison, Chief of NAATC, after receiving a gold star in lieu of his
and officer in Command of Shipsat Philadelphia (SEA) Monthly the Naval Hospital. second! Distinguished Flying Cioss. The citation credited the naval
the Naval Academy, 1935 to supplies at the home of Joseph Cir-, Com dr, Paul E. Emrick, NAS aviator with,"heroism in operations against the enemy while serving
1938. minello. father of quadruplets, include executive officer, Comdr. Robert P. us commanding officer of a (carrier based bombing squadron in the
Admiral Shafroth was Commanding : 120 cans of milk, 240 cans I Biebe, NATTC executive officer, first U. S. Naval air attack against the Japanese Empire on 17 February *
Officer of the heavy of preserved food, 15 dozen eggs, I and Comdr. Oscar Christiansen, 1945." lie also received two Air Medals for other actions
cruiser U.S.S. INDIANAPOLIS, 10 dozen oranges, and 1,000 Dia port director-Naval Transportation against the enemy,' in ceremonies held last wetk in the Admiral
1938 to 1940, after which he served pers. I Service' 4Iffi'e.Page .



14 February, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three




WILCO ',f t.",.... I I Commercial Bulletin X1IDE1'WELFARE



BnllftiH will k. rrtpltd aatU available'
apart I. ailed E.I. no.

FOR SALE)
t ruuma. of1' furniture, complete price rea-
.. I2W4 fumlM-rlaud K.I. JuKarp *-(>h

'8J Chcvrolcl. 4-dix sedan. 4 ,.w tiers,
....1.... beam heel lights engine In ....... I PRESENTS
condition. J. A. IC..ri">. I2'\>6 ('umb..rland
R....... I

I divan, tlO: I Hub chair U, mahogany'
eoCf-w table. "t( ; 'kitrhfii art 'lublv *
R :1 chum. IS: and. baby atrollvr, li.imit I
I ChiU St. MAS.
3 room uf furniture Inrluding maple living MAINSIDE MOVIES
room ...t. maple l .bedroom art and .
*tu art. curtain. l..miu, rues liah- THURSDAY
*.. and mlartllaniou Items. Sold
aa a
,croup, al..i baby .crib ISM CumborUnd "JESSE JAMESstarring Tyrone Power Shows at 1700-1930.
,
Road FRIDAYNo

41 Nash Moor, with radio A-l eondi. show. Boxing: tournament at 183().
tlun throughout. Lt. S. ,'. Six.bur. Kit. SATURDAYBoxing
144.Sailboat.
II ft.. very little uw>d. Lt. So- ; Tournament at 1830. 3
rYa r, ehor Eat 744. SUNDAY ,
Motorcycle Indian 'ii.": MrinU. irks "ABILENE TOWN." featuring Randolph Scott. Shows at 1430- 1
2. Kit. 3(4.k'urni.hins. (. 1700-1930. 1
for S-ruoni huua. corai>l.lr, I MONDAY
March I.t. KM; I I
delivery 2. Koaitbnrmiirh. '
8-Sl.Ba.iy "DEADLINE AT DAWN" starring Susan Hayward. Show at 1300 ,j

hHik-t. and stand with full .i..... only. 1
Victory bwt '. B. L,....... I247U Hancock Basketball at 2000. NAS Fliers vs. MacDill Field. Waves at 1830.(
St.. N.\1'1. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

furniture for a whole houac. including( ill "SCARLET STREET" with Edward G. Robinson. Shows at 1300-( 1
the Incidentals needed. all for $204. Will
not break UP aeU. Pi..... inquire after 1700-1930 on Tuesday and 1700-1900 on Wednesday.
4:30: daily or ny time Saturday or
Sunday. 1JJUB Randolph St.. N\3. STUDENT OFFICERS
I' "I know d- well it's Valentine's Day, but the Uniform i piece mauU kitchen let and cupboard;
of the doesn't change.." I 3-niece! maple l living room art, cupboard -i 'TlnnSDAFRIDV;
Day
. (corner), console table, and lilt "
"SAILOR TAKES A WIFE
featuring Robert Walker. Show at
rue: 0-piece maple bedroom suite complete -;
: with aprinira and mattrviw: Slec 1930 only. e .
mai>l.. twin bedroom suite f'OtIt"I..t.e with SATURDAY
I II II I'i Hospital springs :and mattrraai: alto other I No show.
"llf Item Call any time at 1U5B Hancock ,
0 I .St.. Complete, for $109. I SUNDAY
II 1 Houarhold furnishings. Sofa led lounit "GIRL ON THE SPOT" with-tx ois Collier. Show at 1930 only.
ChatterMillard i I chair with ottoman Hollywood .bed, o.. MONDIY A TUESDAY
I f 1 caaionnl chair end table, etc., avail- "ABILENE TOWN" starring Randolph Scott. Show at 1930 only.
abli March 2. U J* timer Ave.. Tlmui'iMfia -
REPORTERA. I Hopper champion checker -! < Manor. WEDNESDAY

I player entertained patients and For Sales Complete furnishing for living "DEADLINE AT DAWN" Susan Hayward. Show at 1930 only.
room 2 ",''room. and kitchenette, $1411
I staff members in the Recreation I'I r,,,,,1.1 1'(... 1104 Cumberland R.t.C.. lHayea. >.
Room recently After runningan I SpA( ). 'all N\Tn" Kit. 821.1.: OTHER EVENTSHOWLING
Luis Leser, Ylc exhibition of trick set ups and WANTKD.AuUxnuliilv. .
I -Six alleys located in )[Inside Recreation: Building
I plays Mr. Hopper Issued a make. tires and car In
QUESTION: Upon your re- lenge to take on all comers chal.1 I goad condition any will pay caiih. taiit. Olliphnnt No.3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturdayand

turn to civilian life, will 1 1you. one at a time but all at once. I),I Tel. 2-2730. ', 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointmentonly.
he interested in His school ctrl to oecaaionally with I .
participating answered
Twenty checker players .
Mr 124TBHancock
II I alieningchildren. R. LymHn. i iI
in the weekly drills the challenge. Mr. Hopper has a St.. NAS. SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming.
standing offer of one dollar for I I Rule iii car IMNI! from ramp BlunduiK to I II 1200-1300 and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100. and Sunday
and the two weeks duty
sea
each and every man who can defeat I I NAS! dnily. M. tie j > J. ('. ').'...d'. Ext. 1200-2100.
-hath with pay-as out him anJ Gilbert E. Sells S2c (43. MUSIC-Musicians interested in playing in the Welfare Dance

lined in the Navy's Heady came close enough to win a dol To buy. or rent house unfurnished or fur- Band call Ext. 498. Saxophone: trumpet trombone, piano guitar.
malted, will buy equity and furnitureif
i
Air Reserve Program? lar. Their game was a dead heat in OVairable location. Lt II"> A. L. Instruments furnished.
and close enough to a win that Mr. Lawson Jr.. H EDSON ALDERMAN, S2c Hopper cheerfully paid the dollar. Ext. 785 or BM*. ;01. N \1T('. I J. Rubino extension 593; or report to( Mainside Mat after 1500.
Wauchula Fla. 1-OHTi BOWLING closed until
-Alleys Monday, 11 February for resur
"No. To( start with. 1 am not I Slack and white, ,iHrttetl on the hack, facing.

regular Navy and furthermore Just breezing through the WAVE I I terrier. face to completely the flume black of ,.'l'risIile.I no t.I."lIow..r. ., I (iOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday

they haven't made the provisionstoo Quarters we find the girls exultingin WinM. Ill)ID Randolph St.. N.\S, and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt clubs and balls are available at Golf
clear as yet to make a decision -' a brand new washing machine I I Ext. 8\\ll'l I House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
Laity' .mull. s..ld identification bluetletno .
congratulating Terry Coolidge
I "n"ruinRtow.rtl.. Arn..tron1t.1 ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
RAY BOWLIN SC2c Louisville HA2o of Maine on her latest accomplishment U1\1.\ cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located of Mason
i picking : -
oranges -
!
Ky with Norma Riddell HAle at1 I I MISS VALENTINE I Fit"ld.Tt -Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train.
"No I have had enough sea duty
+ Norma's home here in Florida.
ing Building No. 726 and equipment rooms at
Building No. 3, and
and don't want I think
any more. Terry says. "It sure is different ,
II also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads).
I the weekly dulls and two-weeks' from picking potatoes." We RECE1TION 'tNTEU-The
Reception located
Center In south
I
sea duty would be a good idea forkeeping I II find that Frances Yost PhMSc 44 wing of Building No. 955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
: the air well trained I
wing who left last week for Parris Island from 1000 to 2200 dally.
"
I and efficient. II |I came down to Vero Beach LIBRARY -- Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation

D. Jl. ROBERTS ARM3c St. 'I over the weekend and married tY Building No. 3. Open from 0300 to 2100 Monday through Friday. From

I Louis, Mo. 'i Sgt. N. A. DeFrancisco of the Marine 0800 to 1630 Saturday and from 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.

*'N>. If I were alrcrewman, Corps Mary Ellen Hep- "OLl.EV \BADMINTON, TOUCH .'OOTB.\LI.-Of cer .
personnel
I would be very much interested'' pard HA2c, and Robert Gaines. previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requestedto

I beCiLyou would collect not only' rhM3c were married February 2 meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.

fighting skins, but the pay of your at Folkston Georgia To top ATHLETIC GEAR Available in gear issue room, Building 3,
the events of the week Comdr. E.
rate too. Of course the advantage lower deckSALTY
of going on a two or three weeks I J. Durrett district representativeof
i WAVES in the Seventh Naval
would be "
adventure.
cruise an j
I JACK SKARBURG ARMSc, District visited. the Hospital this Math Machine Was
past week.Future
Rockford Illinois.

I! "No tor the simple reason that ------ Big Aid To Navy

I when I get out and get a job, I attractions to which the
don't want the Navy to interfere Red Cross has tickets include: SEA) A giant mathematical

with it even to the extent of two 1 Feb. 18. Rosario and Antonio presented HUMOR FROM calculator that can solve in a few

I O 1 hours a week An advantage of the by Minor and Major Productions hours or even minutes problemsthat

two week cruise in the summer 1 ; Feb. 21, Miliza Korjus HERE AND THEREPapa would occupy a group of

would" b,* for relaxation purposes I presented by Friday Musicale: trained computers many weeks
only I Feb. 22. Igor Gorla presented by was one of the Navy's secret
In advance bear Who's been drinkingmy weapons the Massachusetts Insti-
Serge Borowsky. Sign up I
U ii. HAKiUSOi: z I, AKM2c San
at the Re-i Cross office. beer? tute of Technology has announced.
Francisco, Caif. Mama bear: Who's been drink In operation since six
"Yea 1 would be interested h beer? months:
ing
the two-weeks tour of duty didn'tinterfere Lots of changes in the Nursed Baby my bear: Burp! after Pearl Harbor it has workedout
with my civilian job. I Quarters: Ensign Barbara Ha\l- I I range tables for Navy guns as
believe some schedule will have to land (NO) USNR. detached to U. I well as such difficult problems as

be maintained between employersand S. Naval Hospital at Chelsea Sailor (as they finished dinner) : fire control and radar antenna de-

former Navy men to make the Mass. Ens. June R. Beatty (NO.) I 'Er. how about a little demitasse, l I sign. Even some mathematicians
USNR. Florence M. Clock (Nc are baffled by the machine's
operations
"
effective. wants i
program Nobody I. now, my dear?
USNR. Ens. Clare P. Hart (NC) I .
to take his two weeks vacation
Southern Belle "Ah knew it.
and pend it in this manner." ,, USNR Ens. Lois N. Butler C. F BOYETTK, ACOM. Princeton I USNR En:. Irene A. Kilzanosky j You-all weren't treating me like the rumor of failure of the machine

, r1, C. I II I I (NC USNR. all detached to U .S. ?..as this for nothing" was permitted to stand be.

j I "YeJ, I think it will be a good Naval Dispensary. Yorktown Vir- I cause Germany was close to a aim.
I I fiflnla. Ens. Carol McCormick and liar device.
because break i|
idea a gradual away
I 1' Voice from the Bridge: "All
Ens. Ruth H. Spittler both detached I |
, from the Navy would be better home. Lt. Wilma F. hands lay abaft the after taffrail The machine has proved valu- "
to
, than an abrupt cut-off It will also proceed to Great Lakes for to haul taut the after gafter and able in such diversified problemsas
keep a supply of well trained men Shelley separation analysis of information
little lambsie on
1 on hand at nU times In case of an i, Lt (jg) Mary G. Palmer : divey. earthquakes sound waves rates of
I NO) USNR and Lt. tjgl) Evelyn>
"'\ emergency I M. McDermott detached to Vero1 I New Steno: "Well, at last I've change in chemical processes and
.. R. H. IIcUAUTHV, AOM2c. atomic wave functions.
( Florida while got a raise in salary.
Beach. for duty, Lt.I
Cleveland. Ohio. Lois E. Bagwell (NC) USNR. re- I, Old\. Steno: "Honestly" The automaton can be operated
"Yes, I think the two hours duty oprteJ at U.S N.H., Jax for duty. N. S.: "Oh ,don't be so inquisitive. by one man despite its 100 tons its
or two wet'ks.cruise a good thing. "
2,000 electronic tubes 150 motors
is less anxious --- ,, 'j i
Everyone more or -" "- -" -- -- and .
nearly 200 miles of wire and
to get out of service right now General Electrlc's unit 'The JEAN IIARRKLL: lovely relays.
I "Why aren't working?
but It would1 be a good idea to House of Magic" took over the auditorium young Jacksonville miss was you "
"I didn't sir.
see coming
well-trained in rate Weird Valentine" from you
"Miss
keep your Monday evening. chosen Man Power i
even though we may be at lights trains that move whn you among 100 local lassies attend- Box Score

LT J. H. JOHNSON fleace'1 speak to them electric light bulbs ing the Valentine Dance spon- Then there is the one about the As of 6 February there were

N. Y. that glow in your hands with hO :, sored by the Red Cross for pa- little moron who thought a sand 380.431 enlisted men in active

"I think the two hours or two cords attached, plus a number of tients at the Naval Hospital bag was a desert woman.A service in the Regular Navy

weeks duty a sound idea other scientific wonders all combined ) here last Thursday. The judges For the period from 31 January

ing it doesn't interfere provld-I to provide an evening's en a committee of 10 patients, had'a new man was brought into through 6 February there were j'

civilian job.i >II''want to tertainment. j tough time making a decision the radio shack "What can he 7,034 first enlistments in the
hand in on flying and this will giveme .. .. narrowed the field to 10 pretty do*" asked the chief in charge. Regular Navy from the reserves

an opportunity to do' so." interfere with what I Intend to d
,iLT. (jg) H. W. SKIDMORE I in civilian life and I haven't any are we to question such a weighty hint Navy re-e!, istmenlt and exten "'
Roslyn N. Y. interest in the Navy after I, get decision especially when "Good. We won't have to break sions.

"No because I'm afraid It would discharged" we're In wholehearted accord? him In!"

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J1tf\ 5 Barring of Reserves From Valentine of 1946VALENTINE'S


Service School Explained
Editorial Office

Office ot Public Information, Room 221
Barring of Reserve enlisted men from
Administration Annex, Bldg. 951
Telephone Extension 8542 Service Schools has drawn occasional complaint

U. Comdr. J. F. Kelly US?R, Public Information Officer from the rank and file. The reason foi

Lt. (ji) E. A.. Shipley. USNR Editor-in-Chief this general policy, the Bureau of Naval Personnel
Th JAX AiR NEWS! u published weekly\ the U. S.
states is fourfold.First
Naval Air Station, Jacklon Ule. Florida, by the Office of .
Public Information at no expense to the government and In Reserves starting such training now
Circular Letter 45-526, 28 1945.:
with Secnav May
would be of little value to the since demobil
Copes are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Navy
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, the ization of the Reserves is expected to be completeby .'
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command 1 September Recruit training requires about
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Nasal
Air Gunners' School the U. S. Naval Hospital, and the three months and courses in Class A Schools require
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mayport. another three to five months. ,

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN, Commanding Second, capacities of Service Schools have been 1-h"
Jacksonville Naval Air Station and are being scaled down to requirements for

training Regular Navy personnel to man the post
Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding ,
: ..11.
Naval Air Technical Training I Center war Navy, and additional facilities would have to
J
be maintained to train Reserves. "
Captain Clarence J. Brown (MC) USN, Commanding O .\ .
U. S. Naval Hospital I Third, qualified personnel are not available to 'i
staff additional facilities for Reserves now, as com-
Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USNR, Commanding petent instructors would have to be withdrawn from .
Naval Personnel Separation CenterLt.
operating ships and stations which are already dan-

Col. Alexander A. Vandefrrlft. Jr., USMC, Commanding gerously short of Regulars in the higher skills and

Marine Barracki pay grades due to .discharge of experienced Re-

Commander Robert Feddern USNR Commanding serves.
Naval Air Gunners School Fourth, low-point' Reserves are needed to maintain -

crews for ships until return of overseas per-
Commander Howard E. Born, USN, Commanding
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field sonnel permits laying-up of ships and closing of
naval activities. Assignment of large numbers of
Commander John B. Huhn, USNR, Commanding such men to Service Schools would slow down the
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, May'port
entire demobilization program.
1 1'j
Capt. Marvin L. Seidel USMCR. BuFers points out that Reserves'are permitted
Marine Aviation Detachment tn enter Service Schools!: when firm commitmentshave
h
The JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service been made prior to elibn;; : ; t, as in the case ;
and Ship's Editorial Association material. Republication of men In ETM training and when trained person- ; l
of credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS, nel are required for functioning of the demobilization .,. : 1
War Department, 205 E. 42nd St.. N.Y.C., or SEA, proper :.. .
Ington 23. D. C. Republication of any other m''t; program, as in the Reserve Yeoman, 4 ,',
except by service publications, Is prohibited without Storekeeper, Cook and Baker, and Shore Patrol
permission ot Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.. schools ,, ,'111

IA general, the policy of barring Reserves from "

For The Ladies most Schools is directly in line with the policy of I '. I Ifj

permitting Regular Navy personnel to attend only' DAY and the climax of the Station's Navy Re1lief ',"'

Current speculation whether WAVES. when they have obligated service proportionate to Society drive, brings to mind that the people of NAS "ax hate .\
on of the in which enrolled. '
the length course they are
pretty big hearts when the time come to dig deep.
will become members of our peacetime Navy The great majority of personnel trained in Serv-
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has reached a high pitch. Of course, the ideais ice Schools during the war were Naval Reserves. .1---------------- ,,'

yet far from consummation, but in view These men are being demobilized rapidly and the Enlisted Terminal "i'
need for replacing them with other trained men is BOOK SHELFIf I
of the splendid record of the WAVES the
growing more critical daily. Drastic reductions Leave Bills Are 'r:,
chances seem good that Congress will act have been made in personnel allowances and ap-

on future legislation.Just propriations for operating training activities.It facilities. which you particularly the action takes enjoy place storiesin in Before Congress :j jDon't
will require all post-war training
what part the ladies will take in our sufficient your favorite state or section of '
operating at full capacity to train Reg- 1
post-war organization will depend on both ular Navy personnel to replace Reserves eligible for the U. S. A., the following list give up hope, enlistedmen
terminal leave become
that and may be used as a guide: may yet -
legislation Navy Department policy discharge. :
ARIZONA: That Girl From an actuality.
And judging from comments quoted in Memphis- tee Ie.CALIFORNIA. According to Ships' Editorial

last week's "Inquiring Reporter," those who : Stallion Road- Association, several bills now before '

are tentatively interested in remaining a part Longstreet; Sleep In the Sun- Congress would grant accum-

of the Navy must have an answer to that Moody; Cannery Ko\t-Steinbeck; ulated leave pay to enlisted per .
to Lou sonnel at the rate of two and '
Skip My -Camp. one-
before decisions.A
their
question making GEORGIA: Swing Low-Pee- half days per month, not to ex- Iced

good many of the young ladies who "News orsdVieius f ramSation pies. 120 days.Terminal .

are now a part of the corps have never had INDIANA: Friendly rert.iwt.Ion leave for officers is

any idea of making a career out of it. Even West. based on a 70-year-old law which
KENTUCKY: There Was a Lady was intended to insure that officers
those who have signed over after their point -Litsey.
would not be denied active
scores were sufficient for discharge, have By Chaplain Solomon E. CherniakAs LOUISIANA: River Road duty pay and allowances while in .

not explored the possibilities of long-term Keyes.MAINE. leave status. Leave for enlistedmen

re-enlistment. They have been doing a job, a child, Robert Louis Stevenson was very : Wind Off the Waters is not covered by a similar ,
feeble and was confined to his bed for long inter -Colwell.
law but has been matter
always a
and have stayed for a variety of personal vals. One evening, as dusk had fallen, his mother MASSACHUSETTS Momentof for administrative decision.In .

reasons, or because they could see clearly entered his room and observed him standing up in Time-McLean; Private Adventures normal times the Navy desires

the need for their continued service during bed, his face glued to the window, watching a lamplighter of Captain Shaw-Shay; that men take leave as earn-

this difficult period> of transition.One lighting- the street lamps. Mrs. Stevenson Lonely SIccnl-.--_- YVnlfsnir.. ___-v.., .Mann.tee ...... .- ed annually since the purpose of
asked her son, "Robert, what are you doing?" lireplied e -Bruff.
leave is to of Vest,
provide a period
WAVE when asked what she
"I am watching the man making holes In MINNESOTA: Cats Tlmberlane
of fam-
thought of re-enlistment, said "No the the darkness." Lewis., ily recuperation ties, and ,renewed maintenance interest generally

sailors resented us They should The pathway of life Is constantly beset by Sty MISSOURI: Dark Medallion During the war, however,

give the Navy back to the boys." We have gian darkness-the darkness of prejudice, of economic Langley; The Gauntlet-Street. it was impossible to adhere to this .,
and of human All this NEVADA
suffering, misery. : .City .of
Trembling
policy, and nearly all enlisted per-
conducted the sailors but
no poll among we man-made darkness springs from one source-the Lea\es-Clark.
do not believe that "resentment" is a general spiritual darkness that envelops man's soul and NEW :MEXICO: Dajfcprlng peace-time sonnely failed leave to allowance receive the full

thing. In fact, quite the contrary. The pres- paralyzes his will to live honorably and deal Justly Sylvester.
In addition to annual leave, the
with his NEW YORK
Wide
neighbor : House
of feminine touch indeed to -
ence a seems
Navy sick,
provides ,
Every man can be a lamplighter and punch holes Caldwell; Family on the Hill- emergency
have been helpful to morale and in and
quite in the clouds of spiritual darkness. But the torchto Flack. re-enlistment leave, but only

the long run, to efficiency.In be carried is not a material one. It is the torchof RHODE ISLAND: Ask no Quar- annual leave will figure in the com

any war-time set-up, women in mili- the human spirit which is kindled by the religious ter-Marsh. putation of terminal I leave.

tary service have proved themselves indis- teachings of a man's.faith. If every man SOUTH CAROLINA: Winds
would but follow the teachings of his Religion, Blow Gently-Kirkbrlde; Three HISTORY HAS A 1'ItECEDIrNT
pensable. It therefore becomes perfectly log-
the darkness of human misery would be banished O'clock mnner-Pinckney; Pride's In the Civil War the State legis-
ical to maintain a peacetime program of forever from this earth. Way-Molloy. latures of Vermont and New York

service, which, if not large, will at least -*-- TEXAS: Border y-stiiweii.. banned the game of nine pins as
provide a nucleus for expansion if the need VIRGINIA: Where My Love detrimental to the war effort.
B>Iei>s-Dowdey. Bowling enthusiasts neatly evadedthe
should arise. Modern
again Unity
Style Washington: Great Son-Fer-. ban by adding another pin
From the amount of enthusiasm so far ber. an. making it ten pins-the gam.

evident it seems there will be no difficulty, Abraham Lincoln, philosopher of govern- I tHeroes' we still play today.

once the legislation is on the books, in ob- ment and sixteenth president of the United

taining the necessary personnel. And by far States, was born 137 years ago, not long beyond Sons May

the greatest number of enlistments will the days when our present form of gov- Enter iJiu n SrrpicfS:

probably come from those who have served ernment was first conceived. From February AcademyOpportunities ,
12 1809 until his death in 1865 Lincoln Services for Sunday, February 17, 191.
during the war. They know the service, like was for admission to
at the Station
it. and the men like to have them here. able to observe the fledgling nation speed its the: U. S. Naval Academy have Muitiit Chapel.Avenue.Protestsnt, Birmlnihamand .

-*- hardy young shoots into a vast new western been broadened by Congress to ,
include 0730--Holy Communlon-Cbapl.Jn B
... world of plains, and beyond, into the gold- appointed two by special the groups to be i C. Gilbert.0930NAFTO.

Mufti MuddleTwo rich Sierras of the Far West. cording to AINav 56-46 President received, ac- Caylor. Ser.lct-Chaplain E. E.

He saw the young republic grow rich and here this week. 1043-Dlvin Service*-Chaplain Fran-

aspects of civilian life, effecting ev- strong, then seek to tear itself asunder un-; The President Is empowered to 1815-el.Vesper Let Albert Hour-Chaplain J. B.
ery serviceman being separated, are still in I appoint sons of 1IIIUnrel'.
persons who have .
der the hammer blows of civil It in .
war. was '
a highly snafued status. Namely, the short- been, or shall hereafter be, awarded Dl.ln. !:Ienl... for Colored PrwnnrltDaildinc ..
that crisis that he reached his full stature as HOI
the
of men's and the lack of ade- Congressional Medal of
age clothing 1430-Chaplain 11. C. Gilbert "
of the
one nation's greatest leaders. He saw Honor, provided the appointees are Sunday School '

quate housing facilities. then the truism that in unity is strength, and otherwise qualified for admission. 0930-Small Chinnl-Chi.|>l laln B. C. .1,.
According to a recent survey conductedin in divisionweakness.It lie is also authorized to appoint 40 Gilbert. '

New York City, Philadelphia, and Balti- will be well for our leaders today to sons of members of the armed 10-Mau.. Catholic ;"J(
is forces who were killed in OH30MUM.. ..
more the clothing shortage being aggra- action or
look again at the record-to reinforce their have died 0930-Man.
vated by the hoarding of suits by manufac- or may hereafter die, HOO-Hiuh Mau. .
beliefs in this living ideal which is Lincoln'sgreatest of wounds or injuries received, or 1700-,MRH. JAn
turers who are holding out for higher prices. legacy to the republic. For today disease contracted, or pre-existing Outdoor Nursery for mall children 'f
Estimates of suits withheld in these three Injury or disease aggravated in active !I. maintained between 9JO and 1100. ,
-
the day of the atomic bomb, the stakes we "
cities range from 400,000 to 750,000. Manu- service during World War I Week Day Religious Bwltti (
play for in our search for "OneVorld" of
or II. Appointees In the
relief from the latter '
facturers are awaiting price Jewish Kellfiou Service and Fellow :
harmony and peace, are incomparably higher. group will be selected In order of
OPA. claiming that they can't move suits to ship hour
retailers The great principle, however, remains the merit as established by competitive 1800-Frlday In the SftVChA)) I.
at a fair profit. Meanwhile, the examination Latter Day Kalnto Service

OPA has indicated that no advance in the same Applications by or for eligible 1900.Mutual Small Chapel.Meeting: (W.vlne.da7)) U

manufacturers' ceiling is in prospect.It's of-war, with the returning servicemen on candidates should be forwarded to Young .Men'l Bible Claw
the Chief of Naval E.
all part of the current economic the sidelines for ,the best. Personnel no 1830-Thursday( ) Chaplain C.
,_ tug- patiently hoping later than 17 March 1046. Caylor.Page .

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14 February, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five



I PERFECTED: GROOVER __ I II Io SUPPLY I BREEZING AROUND A & R


Libbya Bojctt, Plant Division home in Ohio. j

& SftLUES I reporter! is! a senior engineeringdraftsman Plant Uh'lldon-Joseph Griffin, ]
in a talented artist, has been in the '

the A & R plant division sign painting and :
!
4 z 4 Plant Division. art department for over three OJ

M She is also an years. This department is a real
artist and has r art studio with large easels, a my-
Leola Jones
By studied in theAcademyof riad of paints in tubes and cans,
"Will be valentine? -
you my
letter stencils and paint brushes
Yep, today is the day for valen- Fine Arts 1
n galore. The smell of oil paints,
tines to be chosen. Lots of "Sal-
Chicago. Sheattended turpentine and oil is always in the
lies" and "Joes" will be chosen but
a air. Phillip Reichenback, a natural
I here are some that have already school for girlsIn
artist, is now Griffin's assistantand
been chosen: Judy B. Morrison ,Inventory -
Prague ,
does excellent sign paintingand
) was recently married to zechoslovakia other art work. Joseph painted -
Hulbert Hawkins, formerly of and does architectural the Christmas holly wreath
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. We hear I drawings and oil painting and sign "Season's Greetings of A

jIe that Judy was a very beautiful in her spare time, besides writing & R. He also does some fancy
bride In her royal blue suit with poetry and short stories. I name plates.

pink accessories Electronics Division We sin- Administration and Personnel-

,I Another recent marriage was cerely regret that Mrs. Aaron, Miss Mary Dunbar returned to "
3 that of Fay Griffin (issue) to Rob- wife of Ralph E. Aaron, shop supervisor work this week after being out

s t. ert Wright. Mr. Wright Is. a vet- in 862, Is ill in St. Luke's several days with an infected

... t eran just returned from overseas Hospital and we hope for her throat,. Miss Dunbar was very
duty. Fay is an ole-timer aroundthe speedy recovery Also on the much missed and we're glad to see
Supply and Accounting depart sick list is Andrew S. Thompson, her back again. I
ment, coming to work in October who is undergoing an operation at The Time section is honored this

1911. Much happiness to you two St. Vincent's Hospital Glad to week with two new employees, Mr.
Q from the department. welcome D. E. Carnes back into Paul A, Thompson and Mr John
SCUTTLEBUTT-Gloria Cuth- the radio shop after being dis- M. Haynes. .
bert (Purchase) is taking her vacation charged. He worked with us whilein Paul Thompson is from New .

visiting her home in Utah service The whole shop 862 York City and plans to be a permanent -
Edwin Dodd (Accounting) has regrets to hear that our little dy- resident of Jacksonville.
re-enlisted In the U. S. Naval Re- namotor girl, Ethel Moser, is He has just been discharged from
I serve. That means a Naval vaca- leaving to go back to her homein the Army after serving for four
tion each year-good deal! Pennsylvania. Her husband, years and nine months. During this

We missed Doretha Dougherty last Harry, is being discharged from time, he served one year overseas.He .
week when she was ill and unableto the Navy. Ethel is known as the has completed two semesters!

-- .-_. -- be at work Many of our returned power unit of the dynamotor de- at Jacksonville Junior College andis
HARRY veterans are attendingnight partment, where she has worked continuing his studies at night
JARRAKD, pictured above, with attachment on drill school and college-that is a
press which cuts grooves in rocker box covers in mass. production, smart Idea, we think! Two of while here.Accessories. classes in English, accounting and
has offered nine suggestions to the Beneficial Suggestion Committee very Division-Since the business law. Paul has been assigned
several of these education-seeking gentlemenare electric shop made such an excel- to the structures time sec-
which have received cash awards. The groover invention Felix Pitt (Personnel) and
developed by Jarrard in collaboration with G. A. Hentz has Clifford W. Click (Finance and lent record in the March of Dimes tion.
drive, we wish to make an advance John Haynes, known as Jack,
met production schedules with the saving of time and labor. The last word Pur-
.
Supplies) plea for the Red Cross drive whichis is a resident of Jacksonville, and is
chase group had from Edward soon to begin. Folks, when any very glad to be home after serv- I

Wyckoff (now enjoying leave in one asks you to donate, please do, Ing three years" in the Navy. During
Groover
Invention sunny California) was that he was as it is a worthy cause. When our these three years, Jack had
en route from Los Angeles to San and in service
boys girls the need two years of sea duty. He was
Francisco and was enjoying every help, you can bet your life the Red aboard a LST and a LSM and
minute of his trip Gladys Cross is right there to lend a helping spent part of his time on Saipanand
Speeds ProductionThe Ward is a rather excited girl these hand. Also remember if a Okinawa. A graduate of.Robert
days. Hear that a favorite friend flood, fire or hurricane destroys E. Lee High School, he attend-
i. on his way to Jacksonville from homes and takes lives, the Red the University of Florida for two
ingenuity and resourcefulness of Harry Jarrard California to see her. James Pe- Cross is ready to step in and help. years and plans to re-enter collegein

have overcome many setbacks in the electric shop 712, Assembly his try: (Personnel nickname) is"Professor.rather proud" of So dig deep in your pocket and September. Haynes has been assigned -
new give, for in this case there can be to the assembly time sec-
and Repair Department. The Beneficial Suggestion .
no doubt that it is much better to
Committee have had nine suggestions of Jarrard's, of which give than to receive. tion.Mrs.. Hester Killam, personnel

only two show rejection slips. RECORDER WILL BE The instrument shop regrets losing assistant for structures, metals

Jarraid came to this activity in April 1942 from the Naval Clima G. Ellizey, who is re- and machine divisions, returned to
IN PLANT OFFICE signing. She plans to be married work this week after being away
Marine he
Gun Factory Washington D. C. A veteran
,
16
February and will make her several days with an injured knee
has had varied experience in the mechanical field. TWO DAYS WEEKLY
for the -_. -- NOT
Jn 1935 he worked War ATOMIC RESEARCH I

Engineers as a carpenter. Later he : IS PROMOTED In response to numerous re- _
became a tree surgeon for the I I quests for interviews and information -

Tree Expert Company. At onetime concerning the suggestion .r
he was utility man for the program, beginning Wednesday 20 a'
Industrial Heat and Plumbing February, Mrs. :Margarie D. Put '
Con.pany and also worked for the<< nam, recorder for the Beneficial 4
Southern Bell Telephone Company c Suggestion Committee, will be
as lIueman and as welder at Camp available at the plant division office '

Hoobevelt, Ocala, Fla. Assembly and Repair Depart

He developed skill in his electri ment, each Wednesday and. Thurs-
cal: vocation with courses in the day from 0800 to 1630.
Electrical School of Aviation Engineering :Mrs. Putnam will gladly answer
conducted by the Marine questions as to status of your suggestions

institute in Washington, D. C. and explain the process-
Early in 1943, Jarrard started ing. She will give advice on how
ofrenng suggestions for the Com to prepare and present your ideas.

mittee's consideration. Althoughhis If you are dissatisfied with the .
first one was rejected, he kept results of any suggestion you have -
sending them in. The second one submitted, she will be glad to reopen THOSE MEN IOU HAVE been seeing scurrying about the
resulted in a station order and a discussion and if advisable station with surveyors' instruments are not a bunch of spies, but
, commendation. His third one, "Re- reprocess. Public Works employees taking precise measurements to be used in

work Starter," brought him a BESSIE HALL, supervisor of I Remember, when sending in a the plotting of a new series of station maps to be published soon.
The maps, held up because of the war, have been badly needed and
cash award. The next one, "Adapter personnel records and statisticsat suggestion you may request pat-
base take off," also paid off NAS Jan since September ent rights, which will be furnished will be used as a permanent record for all future planning and
without cost to if acceptable in building. Pictured above are Burch Hutson, head chainman; Billy
Then, early in 1914, a situation 1914, has been promoted to per- you
..- arose in his department that real- sonnel assistant in charge or ad- Washington. Although enlisted Young, rear chainman; Davis Baggs, head tension; Harold Millan,
ly called for action. ministration of all civilian per- personnel may only receive a let- rear tension; Charles Menotte, center chain; Lorin Wilkinson, in-

An enlisted man in engine overhaul sonnel matters at Green Cove ter of commendation in his jacket, strument man; Ernest Grace, rod man; and. party chief Russel

had devised a way to cut Springs as a detached representative he may receive free patent rights. Daguid.
withan of the Labor Board here.A Phone now for an appointmentfor I
in rocker box covers the
advisory
grooves capacity, benefits of
engraving machine, which hada native of Hastings, Fla, she either 20 or 21 February, or Procedure Of the conveniences and training
pantograph attachment. Pre- reported aboard this station in write'a request for your appoint- vided by this unit pro-
March 1911 as a clerk typist in ment to Margarie D. Putnam, re- are gained
viously, they were cut laboriouslyone Inspection Dept.Explained through the individual inspector's
corder, box 22 Personnel Relations.
machines the examination and register
by one. The only interest and participation.
available at the time were two in section. She was made supervisor Is New inspectors "On the Job"training
the electrical shop, so the work of the section in March 1943
is observed
load of several hundred weeklywas and in December of the same INSIDE By W. II. Pascal supplemented with, coached and
of became supervisor of the The Inspection Training Groupwas step-by-step
added to the weekly quota year guidance. For the
qualified
the already overworked electric employment section. Before com- PUBLIC WORKS established as an integral unit a system of part time flexibility inspector -
shop. By working both machines, ing to this activity, Miss Hall in the Inspection department to is
training, available to
which already had a daily quotaof was secretary to the director of Ily Ethel Shanahan fulfill the requiremnets of a com- enable
him to master several different
work, some two hundred couldbe material and child health, Stateof Robert Nicholson is a civilian plete and efficient organization As in-
cut in ,a day. However, that Florida. and back at the drawing board an aid to competent inspection, spections, and in this manner be-
come more valuable to the
where he worked as SpX) 2c in this depart.
still was below requirements. group provides an easily ac-
ment. Related
Therefore, needing the use of their bottom groove in the bottom of the record unit. Bob took six cessible source of information, its theory classes are
two machines, Jarrard and G. A. the base. This pin is located direct- weeks' leave up home in North facilities being available to all In- presented by the training group on
Hentz collaborated and with the ly beneath the cutting tool whichis Carolina, hunting, chopping wood, spectors. Technical material, including whatever subject is in demand.
usual ingenuity of the American attached in the drill press and letting his two small boys see basic fundamentals, bu- The inspectors performance In
workman when the need arrives, chuck. The jig with a cover in snow for the first time. He needed reau directives, and authoritative the various training programs, and
came up with a beneficial idea that I I place is located on the drill press the leave to get used to the idea publications are procured on short completion of each job instructionis
entered to the
not only released the two en"rev- table so the pin enters the square that he wasn't in the service be- notice through the training group'sconnections : his inspector's creditin
training record.
ing machines, but returned the cut groove in the jig base. The jig fore reporting back to his perma- to the diverse sourcesof I By meansof
workload to engine overhaul.As is moved back and forth by hand nent civil service job, which he information. Maintained in an these records the training group -..1
a result, an unskilled work beneath cutting tool following the left on military furlough. He said provides an immediate, individual
man with an ordinary drill press contour of the groove in jig base. that he'd have to watch himself fended to fly but bad weather com- or tors'collective, evaluation of Inspec-

could easily do four or five hun- Since successfully accomplishingthat now, or he'd automatically go out pelled them to go by train. They qualifications
dred a day Also where previouslyit idea, Jarrard has sent in three for "Happy Hour!" were just as pleased not being too
had taken four minutes on an more suggestions. His first one for :Mr. Corse (maintenance mate- air-minded. Civilian Employees
engraving pantograph, the processwas 1946 is under investiation. He has rial) has new collateral duties in First signs of spring are the News
speeded up to approximatelyone proved that the suggestion habitis the: Administration building deal- flowers, which may be found almost -
and a half minutes. a good one to acquire. Why not ing with space allotment for the every day on the desk of a Personnel Relations Office
The job itself consists of a phe- follow his example ? When you station. It'. hard to keep up with certain secretary-the reward for Bldg. 450, Phone Ext. 8194.

rolic base with a square bottom come to any Job you can Improve, the moves and vacancies.-before her pleasant manner and helpful Barbara J. Flnley, Editor

groove routed out on the bottom reduce time on, make safer, or bet- you turn around they're occupied ness.Maintenance The Civilian Employees' Newt,
I side to' conform with groove re- ter in anyway, write down; your again. and housing reportno a one-page section of the Jax:
,quired on box cover. Projecting Idea and drop in the boxes providedor Robert Goedert (civil) made a news at .all-nothing happens Air News, Is devoted to reportIng -
,through the top of the drill press mail direct to the recorder, trip to Birmingham, Ala., accom- just| routine work with not even the news of ,the Naval Air
i table la a pin which is a close fit Margarie D. Putnam, Box 22,'Personnel panied by Lt. Comdr. Crum on one interesting item Maybe bet- Station's civilian employee
in square bottom groove in the Relations. I Navy business. Originally they In- ter results next: time! 9

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Page>> Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 14 February, 1946 ,

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Valentine Dance Is Major Event On Station .



Dancing Until 2400 With Sep Gen .Orchestra I II

r. Many Waves And IIUSO ,

I Girls ExpectedTo -


::: WHHT TO DO! WHERE TO GO/ -f Attend TonightGirls

flowers and sweet music
will provide the Valentine atmosphere
MOVIE SCHEDULE for the big dance tonight at
2000. St. Valentine himself wouldbe
TIIURM) VV-VALENTINE DANCE WITH SEP-CEN ORCHESTRA thrilled at the "extra special"
a 2000 to 2400 a M decorations, entertainment and refreshments
Kill DAY-Separation Center Broadcast from NATTC Auditorium, 1I that have been ar

featuring swing: music of Sep-Senders. 2000-2030. ROAD TO UTOPIA ranged by the Dance Committeeand
with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby at 1730 and 2045. Doors open 1930. .N V rrW the Welfare Department.
\TiRU.-\\-ROAD TO UTOPIA at 1500, 1300 and 2000. I The usual dancing time has been
SUNDAY-BEHIND GREEN LIGHTS with Carole Landis. 1500, extended to 2400 for this special
1800 and 2000.MONDAY. I S 1 1Tiar. occasion with the Separation Cen-
AND TUESDAY-SAILOR TAKES A WIFE with Rob- ter Band beginning its eveningof
ert Walker and June Allyson. 1800 and 2000. especially chosen tunes at 2000.
ESV.\\-HOUSE OF DRACULA with Lon Chaney and Corsages of red roses will be
Lionel Atwood. 1800 and 2000. SEPARATION' CUNJTKK :SWING BAND is pictured above given each girl attending. But, it
THURSDAY-GIRL ON THE SPOT with Lois Collier and Jess sending out the sweet and hot rhythm for which these Naval Veterans is suggested that you get there on -
Barker, 1800 and 2000. who have played for many of the nation's top bands are fa time. Girls have been invited from
mous. Tonight they will be heard in an especially
-- -- ---- I arranged programof the USO Club and the NCCAWomen's
dancing tunes for the NATTC Valentine Dance 2000-2400.
,
'illlWGS TO DO-ABOARD ._ USO and all the WAVESon
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8\'VUI\IINO-Dally' Indoor Pool. Recreational Period for all Naval $600 From NATTC Band To at NATTC.the base and the civilian gins 0

Personnel and their guests; :Monday through Friday--1200 to 1300; Sep-Cen Since both the Separation Cen-
Saturday0900 to 2100; Sunday 1230 to 2100. For March of Dimes ter and NATTC requested the Auditorium

GOLF-Station Course. Dally from 1000 to 2000. Open to all personnel A check for $333.25 was for- Broadcast From I for a Valentine Dance,
Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Audi- warded to the National Foundation this is to be a joint affair to the
torium; Monday through Saturday 1000-1700; Sunday--1030 to 1700. for Infantile Paralysis as a result i I advantage of both parties. Perhaps -
BOWLING-Six Alleys behind Ship's Service available to all per- of the March of Dimes appeal in NATTC Auditorium the most Important attraction
aonnel Monday through Friday; 1000 to 2000; Saturday-1130 to 1730. January This amount is almost ,I the music, will be furnished
Free bowling if you set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boy twice that contributed last year by the popular Separation Center
MUSIC-Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, by three times the number of personnel Something new in station entertainment .I Orchestra. All-hands at both th!,
contact Hagen, Ext. 280.TENNISRacquets. a radio show featuring Sep. Center and NATTC are In-
and balls available at Physical Training Bldg. Chaplain Andrews, the chairman the Sep-Senders, Separation Center'I! vited.
513. of the drive for NATTC, stated I band will -**
have its
swing official
HOSTESS lIotTSF-op-n daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sun- that the fine cooperation in sup- I
; day 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. porting this worthwhile cause is debut tomorrow night when the I Navy Relief Drive
{ NA1TC LI lilt ANY-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through commended and appreciated. Separation Center Variety Hour, I

Friday0930 to 2100; Saturday and Sunday---1230 to 2100. .-- "Just Call Me Mister," is broad- Ends This WeekThe
AlllLKTIO GEAR Available at Gear Locker,
Physical Training Books In NATTC'S cast for the first time from the
Dept, Bldg 513. 1 -I I Navy Relief Drive under
I LIBRARY ,I stage of the NATTC auditorium. the chairmanship of Chaplain E.

WHERE TO GO-ASHORE --- -- -- Aired over WJHP every Friday W. Andrews will end on February
The ONE NATION, by Wallace night from 2000 to 2030 for the 15. It is expected that the contributions
Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church I
and Stegner--A brief text, with hun past month, tomorrow night's program will reach a proportionate
2330.Market junior Streets hostesses, sponsors will a be dance In charge every and Saturday all enlisted night from 2030 to dreds of pictures( showing dramatically f! will be the first which Sep- !I I amount to that contributed last

invitee personnel are I the hates, schisms, and I Sender fans can see as well as i I year, at which time more than $2-
prejudices we have .lowed;) to hear. 000 was received.
JACKSONVILLE UE.o\CIIES-Buses I
leave at frequent intervalstrom grow up In our "one nation, indivisible of the personnel at NAT
The half hour broadcast will feature Many
Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing I -
: with liberty and justicefor received benefits from the
in addition to the TC have
and other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bus swing orchestra -
fare t5i. all. with their girl vocalist, the local Navy Relief Auxiliary. In
WINGS ACROSS: TIIK I NATTC minstrel chorus under Lt. the month of January loans were
1WllILH'S HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 tast Church Street. I WOULD, by Hugh B. Cave-The Hughes' direction, "Donald Duck" made to 33; NATTC men, amount
I''*.* l ENTERS: at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus Air Transport Command is one of Kinnaman and his ukelele, and ing to $856.26. In the past few
Station Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO the war's most talked of marvels. I I young compowr-dischaigce, Seth months, gratuities amounting to
WOM.N S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. i I This book starts with the early I Teasdale playing his own original $810 were granted to the men of

Ott.*oiiNU; FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San days of 1910 when a few heroic ,, piano composition, "Rhapsody." this station
Juan .Avenue, Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on I fliers volunteered to ferry planes It's a double feature attraction The enlisted man receives 91J%
San jiua I stow Boats two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor' to England. It tells of the Com I I since immediately following the I of all loans made and at the present -

", oodt ..;'L UU per hour five to eight people per boat.llmtSEUACK mand's organization, the part half hour broadcast, the new Hope-II|, time over $17,000 in loam
played by the commercial air I from the local auxiliary are out-
RIDING MAGNOLIA Crosby movie, "Road to
AND HYDE PARK
lines, the flights to the Arctic, Africa .
STABLES. iJoth located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities availabletor will be shown. Doors will standing.The .
India and the South Pacific, -
Navy Relief stands ready to
Hay KiUes 1930 and close promptly Utopia"i
-- I i and has chapters on the Naval Air' There will be a short i help the men in the service, it /
many who have decided to shiP:' Transport Service. It Is small wont between broadcast and the Navy's own charity, and aaks
'I der that to the fliers of the Transport I
over until for help only once a
September and we wish that those who wish to( leave may year.
them all Command Cairo or Chung I .
good luck. I do so.
It is rumored that Chief Tommy I I king is just "a town up the road." --- _, i*- --. I Ship Building Halts
Tilt: UNITED; NATIONS I'KI- I
I
sry Thompson will act as master Two maiden s-w discussing
enews Saves
re
Navy
YT of ceremonies and be in charge of Miit, by Sigrid Arne Starting a favorite topic--men. Money
all "refreshments" at the party with the Atlantic Charter and "Which," asked one, 'would (SEAConstructlon work on
) Filday II i ending with the San Francisco I desire more in a husband-brains you, I II 30 combatant ships, six auxiliary
Over at the Conference, Miss Arne, an Asso- vessels, and
; Av. Fund. School I wealth, or appearance?" I : one landing ship has
i Photographer's Mate Ic Taylor : ciated Press writer, explains, The second one hesitated not a I been sloped by the Navy Depart -
was to have been discharged last without propaganda, each cOnfer- moment "Appearance," she'' ment at a saving of $140,000,000.Last .
eeI week but ence-what it was to do, what it
was so overjoyed to see I, replied. "And the sooner the bet August $1,200,000,000 was
the long-awaited shipment of photographic did, and how it fits into the scheme ter." saved by cancellation of construction

supplies arrive that he for a world at peace. It includes I II --- .-- on 215; vessels.
signed over for another term! the official text issued after each cent fine." But the book is a first-I Fifteen of these vessels will be

I Parties and fun'! Picnics and Louise Bratton, SKVlc, has decided I meeting. I I I rate introduction to James, and, 'I laid up pending determination of
j"" food! That's what NATTC has i, a great and Important question GENERAL: MARSHALL'S RE who knows, you may turn %out to'' their future use and the remaining
I been enjoying for the past week in her life. That of turning I'OUT-The account of General be a James fan. I I 22 will be declared surplus.
and is scheduled for more. Seems i down the opportunity of becoming I Marshall stewardship of the na- : -.-- --- __
all the divisions are catching up the first WAVE CHIEF at NAT tion's safety during the last two ,
on entertainment and taking advantage I TC by signing over until Septem I years. Any interested reader can Valentine Greetings for NATTC 0 I Iy.
ber. Too bad learn in three four hours time. I
of the wonderful opportunities she'll be missed and ; or .
offered now by Welfare for' especially School at the Storekeeper's I more about the course of the war I, .I II ) t p t II I !I it 11 Ijl l h! jN I ; '; I hl Ii[ I'' I 'I! .
he has learned in three !
really swish parties. These partiesare _. _. than or III III I'' I I..' III I I'll' I !,, I i IiIIII
-to four of reading. : l1 ll I
4 ---- years newspaper ( 'I'
encouraged I
by
Captain Taylor I IIII II I' ..I I Ij '! ...
in fact, it was his idea Perhaps I U. S. Gets Cruiser Tilt: WHITE: DEER, By James id u I ? ,;' I ,,,,, f ..I t ulll I II III

i one of the largest was that given Other German Ships I Thurber-One critic says that "if i,I III''l! !I ,' !( III ....IIIIII.I,. .1, II IIII. '
by tin X and XOD Divisions for ; you miss this book you deserve a it I "y \ hj 111 Iii l
all of Building 500. The party was (SEA (--The big three-Russia, good head cold." It is a fantasy, I IINItIull'I' I u ,tj I I {I (III i'i'II '
held out at the PINES and had Great Britain and the United written in the guise of a fairy full' (iII III I I III
I VIII
everything f.om fried chicken to Stateshave "divvied" up what I story, with three princes, an en- I II II II lilt'' iti< ; lltl INIII II 1 '
I a 17 piece orchestra with i was left of the German navy Of | chanted princess, and a happy end I III ( .. '''I I,!II iI
the 1,759 ing. The plot is the oldest in the III' Z sill
plenty of beer.Material i I operable surface units ) I I VIII I ., \ ,. Il )(I II
Department enjoyed a and 30 submarines, the U. S. got I world, the myth of a fallen soul :I ti f
as its share the 10,000 ton cruiser i returning to earth to work out its \
picnic out at Doctor's Inlet Friday | I
1illI
night and the Hay Ride by the I Prince Eugen (to be used in the redemption. It is your business to I .
I' naval atomic experiment), seven I find out what Thurber doe withit. I II I,
Dance Committee was quite a trip! illI
II d Personnel held their party Tuesday I'I'II destroyers and torpedo boats, 12 .1 !ill JW1 r'I'
f nite depot ships 10 submarines and HAY AND NIOIIl'S, uy Kon- II d1 i lul I'I.'. '
I I 56o other units.SALTSHAKER. stantin Simonov-The characters II I
\ Friday; o.en.ng another Welfare I II'l)I ill II (
106 --- in this novel of love and war are i I l ,
sponsored party is to -be given at l
Russian, but they might just ad ,
IIII I I
the Pines for all I
Dispensary per- II i
well have come from Illinois or iii
sonnel. ,
and
Harvey Gregory!: II
Alabama, for the appeal is uni
VIII
I i iit
Reid in of the ; _
George are charge
arrangements.; I siege versal.of It Stalingrad is an account, and the of story the !: it II I i l I ii I I '', (' 1 I ( .

NOTES from lie l>.Kj>ensary: i of a young lieutenant and a Red ,; I 'III
'I
.' Francis Hall, PhM2c is awaiting Cross It bears the I r". .d'
nurse. reputation : IIIIIII
\ l
+ i7 a III II I II
a survey at the hospital and his l of being the finest piece of I I > ,(J, i I I II a I II 1)) 11 11Iwd
,
presence here has been mlsseJ.parUcuJ.nly fiction to come out of the war. : Iwd "
-
( "hll I IIIIII I
.. ,, .
I'V 0. of the Dental! II
MOST SECRET! ; by Nevil Shute I I IIII III I
Techs. ,
Another war and espionage sto-j (III I ll 1i f.. .e' will'' '- III I I I (
Billy Janus, I'iu.l2c, returned i ry, and in addition a great sell f', ., i 1 '. I, (III''II III I'I' ,,,. Intl IIIII i -III II I' II I II II II ( !I
from the hospital recently wherehe i story. It describes the blasting of I 111 d udplllll I I I r I.. 'I I j (III II III I I I( I l I I
underwent a plastic surgery the German guard boats on the I III; I I'', ,II I',ll I I I
''n.. II I I I ? f IIIIII II I I I I t I I
I ,
operation on his chin. It seems a<* Brittany coast by an English ship III I) I I I iNl II I ( II II I III II ,;,. ,IpI''III "l 1 I I I I ( I (II III I II IIII i
i though an automobile accident r' camouflaged as a sardine boat, It'I IIiI I I Il I'' I I III I I h IIIp4nIIIlIUl1 1 ..n I I, I jI ( I I I I I
1 cently was! the cause. \' not in the least improbable ,and I /II II II'I I II i I li" iII, IIII"(IIIItOII! f III Ili II ) (IIII II( (II IItlIII
Wearing brand new stripes at is the stuff of e.xcltement: /III I I I IIII I I,1;I IIII I I'jlll' l II I ( I411i1 IIIINII" IIIIII ( i i I I I I I''I ,I
c'' the dispensary are; Bernice HuBert SHOUT STORIES OF IIKNItV W IINII I.,.III Iglll4lg1,, iI ills/III ,11110,1, 'I Ilq,tl II Ilrl1, I'''fIIVUIIII,, { II j I? IiI I iI iII I ) eIIiihI 111 IIIiI I I IIII II I IIII I Iu,3IiII I I II
I PhMlc, Phyllis Zimmerman: JAMES--YOU may be like the wo- 411;; II11411III! IIIIWI yllllb/ L'llnl' ... ,.e..,d1 ieoulldusI'-- 4lud I d i ,, !
: an who I returnee1 the book to'a TODAY, Itt THE DAY of sweethearts and flowers and Mauro L
Moran, I public library announcing the Scalli, Sic, of the Visual Aids Department has made this original
These WAVES arc among "Henry James Is not worth a 47- drawing to remind NATTC of this special day

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I 14 February, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven '



ClassesTo I Plenty of Food And Lois of run At Party
Daily Air Raiders Win From Miami,


Be Offered Loose to Cecil: Mess Cooks



e. Ship's Company u Clinch National League Title


Executive Officer of NAT
TC The has approved ship's company's Cecil Returns Mess Cooks Win

attending Educational Services Here Friday Eighth Straight
Classes for an hour each day of

the week provided they can Friday night the NATTC Air I Winning two games during the .
lie spared by their department." Raiders won their tenth game of past week, the Mesa Cooks:

In a recent survey conducted by? the season when they tripped MI- clinched the National League
Lt. '(Jg) H. P. Jenkins, an overwhelmingly ami NAS on the local floor, 50-39. Championship. The two wins gave
large percentage of S The victory kept the Raiders rec the Mess Cooks a record of eight
the persona questioned indicateda ord of having won all home games victories without defeat. At the

strong desire to participate in intact, Monday afternoon, however same time the American League
an educational program. That 3trr" NATTC journeyed to Cecil was thrown wide open when Bake:

means (listen you pseudopsychologists Field and lost, 4640. Shop and Barracks 13 both tum

of human laziness!) that the From the opening whistle to All bled. AOM School won their fifth.
average person in the Navy seems Ralmlch's last minute basket, the victory to take over the lead.

not only willing but anxious to do Air Raiders seemed to have com I Early in the week the Mess

extra work in order to Improve plete control over the Miami team, Cooks dropped the Police, 30-22
himself- and his value to the Jug Gjurich opened the game with I II with Dick DeVinney and Ron Mc-

Navy Special requests for classes 1 a pair of free throws to give the I Nay sparking the attack. Later
were received ranging all .the way local team a flying start. Bossard In the week they blasted TAP,

from Latin to Forestry. The response -, .. r ,_., "11 of Miami caused the Raiders plen-, 81-35.:: Bob Mathias paced the
is measured by the fact riCTUKED ABOVE are part of the group who enjoyed the ty of trouble for a few minutesbut i winners with 15 tallies while Gor- -
that that elusive being "Mr. A vt'reagt' Welfare sponsored party at the Pines given by the X and X-OD Ed Harless and Bob Behrman I don Fergot tang up ten counter
Person," requested three dif Division for all of Building 500 last Friday night. j caught afire to send the home i during his short time in the ball
classes. -- -- --- --- ---- of''
team In front 16-7 at the end game
Out of the mass of data collected leer ticular Office, instructors, Building in 501.mathematical In par- Baseball Fans To See the first quarter. I Elsewhere in the National

several courses stood out in and science subjects are needed. Carl Hubbell HereIn The second period was the same I League Disbursing drubbed PT&W
regard to the number of requests Most of these classes will run story as the Raiders continued to '5714. Bob Fetzek got 16 pointsand
received. Foremost was Psychology. for about three months with the Exhibition GameAll hit with consistency. At the' half Shields and Yonker Hand 13
Thiity-six per tent of those actual length depending on the the NATTC five was out in front respectively The win kept Disbursing -
requesting courses indicated psychology of the class and its desireto baseball fans on the station 26-18. I in a tie for second with
ability
for one of their choices. will have a chance to watch some
TEM. The TEM five took a forfeit -
fast. If this second I baskets Harless and
go larger- Quick by
Mathematics was an important fancy diamond work 23 February
from TAO for their fifth win.
formal classroom Husvar sent the Raiders ahead 30-
choice. Fifteen cent indicated scale effort at I when the Jersey City Giants playan I
per study appears as successful as the 18 as the last half got underway. I TAP won their third game of
Algebra alone. Even more notable, exhibition game on the NATTC
first which started last November, Bossard came back with a pair of the season as they edged Personnel -
however, was the wide of j jclasses lot. I
range then it can be expected to becomea buckets but Harless racked up two 3328. O'Grady led the win-
which aroused interest. permanent institution at NAT I Manager Bruno Betzel has near- for the home team. Smooth shoot I ning attack with 14 markers. Bar-
Geo-politlcs drew a substantial TC. By formal study such as this ;: ly 100 players in Jacksonville: taking ling by Hartman and Schuler of racks 17 copped their first win

number knows of votes. (If anyone it Is possible to earn considerable I, early season workouts. A four Miami closed the gap to six pOlntB.1 when they took a forfeit victory
enough about Geo-politlcs credit either toward a high school I team league is in progress at present The Raiders traded from TFC.
to teach it, we suggest that he get
diploma or even toward a college I and the players are expectedto the visitors until the end of the I In the American League AOM:
in
touch, not with Educational
Services, but with the State De- degree. Perhaps even more important be in good shape by the 23 of period and were still leading 42-35.: School went into the lead with a
February.Carl .
however, is the opportunity 45-U triumph Medical. Rone-
Harless opened the last over
partment at once) Geology
eco
Hubbell former New
York'Giant
nomics, and farming drew votes. for learning what you wantto I star, is, in charge of the with a tip !In and Gjurich added j brough and Eller were the big-

The Educational Services Office learn. camp. He has taken over the lead a free toss. Leading by ten guns in the AOM win, aa they:
I
--- ----- the Raiders went into rang up 12 points apiece.
a deadly
has made plans to start classes in ership of the Giants farm system
the latter part of February, offer- i since retiring from the playing stalling game. Jug Jjurich used his Barracks 13 dropped into a tie
ing the following subjects which I Bowling Skeet Are status. ball handling ability to great advantage for fourth when they were upsetby

have been most frequently Indicated I The squad will be divided into I as the local five held possession Personnel, 27-26. Rickert tossedin
as choices. two of the ball for nearly five 12 of the winners' points. Bake '
I equal teams, which should puton
Ready For Opening II minutes. The freezing game completely Shop was another upset victim.
English Grammar (High School) a fine show for all personnel. '
AlgebraTrigonometry Hubbell, although not as spry as baffled the visitors as they Barracks 17, with Wooders doing

Preparations are being completed I in former years, will probably take : scored only. four points! during the I j the damage, was victorious, 2623.

Physic by the NATTC Welfare Department I over mound duties for a few In- last period.Ed Records Office went into a tie
Psychology for competition In skeet nings. Harless was the outstanding for second place with a 46-11 win
College Algebra shooting and bowling. Lt. William -- player on the floor Ed garnered over AFC School. Williams col-
Watch for announcements of Muir, Welfare Officer, has made seven baskets with his favorite lected 23 of the winners' total.
specific dates. Anyone who has a arrangements and competition will History Book In jump pivot shot. He also droppedin The game between Barracks 18

choice other than those can prob- start next week The Educational Services Office, four free throws to take high and Disbursing was postponed un-

ably get the necessary textbooksto Bowling aspirants will register Bldg. 501, now has American His scoring honors with 18 points. til a later date.

use during his off-duty hours their names with the Welfare Department tory H-117 in stock It can be issued I Jack Thurnblad nad Country Lt C C. Kelley, Officer-in-
even though there will be no for- before 1100 Monday. All the same day the request is Bossard led the visitors with 12 Charge of the Intramurals, an-
mal class. Tests may be taken at bowlers will then begin bowlingand made as long as they last. and 11 points respectively. nounced that playoffs between the

the student's option on any subject may continue through the --- -- I I Monday the Raiders dropped a winner of the National League and

with a good possibility of highs week. The bowlers will bowl in The difference between the hard fought game to Cecil Field, I the' winner of the American
('hool or college credit. I' three game series. The individualswill Lieutenant and an enlisted man is 46-40. After they led almost the League will be held. The playoffs
Those who elect to attend class then turn in their best series. that the Lieutenant starts at the entire contest, the Raiders blew an are scheduled for the first weekin

will enroll voluntarily, after which Awards will be given to the officer bottom and workes\ his way up, eight point lead in the last period. I, March and will consist of three
regular attendance must be main and enlisted man with the highest and the enlisted man starts at the i games. Lt. Kelley also announcedthat
tained. Classes are expected to score. bottom and works. Harlebs paced the first quarter individual awards will be pre-
meet an hour a day five I sented to the
days a winners of the two
attack as the Raider hurried to a
All skeet shooting teams will I
week. Tentative limit the
leagues Team
plans awards
will be
Cox: "Do 13-9 lead. The NATTC crew
meet at the Auditorium at 1600 you serve women at I
maximum enrollment to 25::) to the two
persons given winners and alsoa
I today. Plans will then be drawn the war? stretched their lead to 26-19 as
in one class" and with mint- team award
any a will be
for Un- Bartender: "No, gotta bring Don Husvar began to find the presented to
league competition. you
mum of 10. In fairness to the Instructors up the winner of the playoffs.At .
if at time the usual interest has been shown, ;your own. range. Still leading 38-32 going into I
) any below 7 enrollment I with 12 .to 16 teams expected in the final stanza, the local team the present time, plans are
drops persons, the league. Reader: "So you make up all tried their stalling tactics again being made for a station tourna-
the class will be discontinuedThe I
these jokes yourself?" but this time they backfired. Cecil ment. Any team from the NATTCor
problem at present la find- An all-star team will probably ,
Editor: "Yes out of my Field rallied behind the shooting Separation Center area wish-
be formed from the
ing Instiuctors. the outstandingskeet
: Fortunately I ing to compete should
head. of Baskett and went ahead. notify Lt.
textbooks to be used are writtenfor shooters. Competition will
C, C.
at
Reader "You Kelley the Athletic De-
: must be. Baskett led the winners with 14 :
:
self-study to that a minimumIf then be held with other stations. partment, no later than 1 March
The obstacle points, most of which came dur-
original work is required from only confronting Individual
New Steno: "Well at last I've the last quarter.Ed awards and also a team
the instructor. If feels skeet shooters is the ammunition ing
anyone award will
to
the
raise in go winning team.
qualified to lead a class in any of I, 'shortage. However the Welfare got Old a Steno salary. Harless again led the NATTC, More definite information will be
the subjects mentioned above, he > Department hopes to make arrangements : "Honestly? team. Harless scored 12 points on carried in next week's
New Steno "Oh don't paper
J is requested to contact Lt. (jg) I for more shells in the quisitive." : be so In- four baskets and four free throws -

Jenkins in the Educational Serv-I I..near future. Tomorrow night the Air Raiders Jim Buckley -
F to the Cecil Field de-
hope
Teacher: "Johnny, I think I'll avenge
keep you after school" feat. They meet in a return gameon

I Johnny: "It won't do you the NATTC maples. Mondaythe .
any
chTracen good I'm a woman hater." Raiders will go to Miami for a
T _u .... __ ______ return game with Miami NAS.INTRAMURAL .
I .
HELEN HIGHWATER
IAI"' KFTBAI.L

IRAt.l'K (STANDINGS

.....-:- .... American league
Mess Cooks, V! 0) Nil :201DlnbulKlnx
5 2 247 167
!+1 I ITKM Dl\1 lulon S 2 220 174 rC ;
TAP Division 3 4 lie: :208
blank These forms .must be prop- TAU Division' 3 4 173 171
McLeod I
Emma Sue
Ity I i I erly and accurately filled in by the PTAW Divisions 3 4 ]<* 269
I
Civil Service Examinations Police 2 3 J40 156
employee and when completed will 'mayT TKC Division 2 5 58 106 ,
Judging from some of the In- be returned"to the Civil Service J Personnel 2 5 118 189Barracks I

quiries coming in regarding the I Commissioner. At a later date/ 17 National 1 L..aM 5 76 143
approaching Civil Service examination I announcement will be made AOM Sthiiol 1 5 1 207 331
to be taken by the civilian i through the local newspapers, ra- ttri,411 Records Office 3 1 110: 74 ,
employees at this activity who are dio and Morning Orders giving full Bake Shop 3 1 103 0)
Barracks 14 4 2 1117 122
under War Service Appointment, information as to time and place
I Barracks 13 4 2 162 ]:*>
... ,...Athere'seems to be some anxiety uWto where said examinations will be AFC School 3 3 166 1 the nature of this examinationand held, and whether it will be necessary d Personnel 1 3 5 IH 117 ..
Barracks 18 1 4 79 161 .
its outcome: also when and for typists ,and stenographersto t Disbursing 0 3 66 where it will be held. furnish their own typewriters Medical Dept, 0.. 4 67 132
So far as can be ascertained at The time limit for the examinationwill ---:-

this time from the United States be one hour, so far as is known We nominate the two biggest

Civil Service Commissioner in this now. wolves in the country, Chase and ro3 M
City, no definite instructions have So get busy, civilians, brush up I *V Sanborn-they date every bag

come through from Washington on your dictation and typing, put ) ( 1
However, the information received your thinking caps on and Just remember r She WM trying to work her way :-pr'
from that office aa to the proposed that all questions are not through college selling the Satur-
procedure regarding the examinations as difficult as one would imagine. day Evening Post but all the boys
will be aa follows: Each In- It takes a clear and calm mind and wanted to take Liberty. _

dividual under War Service Appointment common sense to answer questions i-: L
will receive an application intelligently. The examinationsare Ah, you Arabians! You are such

form 'together with an Information really not difficult and shouldbe '"Now ther. art some pins that intense, .
blank giving instructions passed by most. of us. Good luck Of course. We do everything in -
how to fill out I the 'Application td ,all of you. are right up .7 alley tents! Air Raiderc Cum,. "

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I 42 Boxers Entered In NAATC Tourney Starting TomorrowMIDDLEWEIGHT I




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Seaboard SwimmingMeet I WELTERWEIGHT Fights Start LIGHTWEIGHT _

< ,
Will Be HeldThe Here At 1930 (55)

NAS swimming team is

entering the Eastern championships SeaboardServicemen's to Probably the best boxing

3 r.r be held this Saturday at Cher- show ever staged at NAS Jax

ry Point N. C. will be unfolded this Frida;'

r Several outstanding aquatic and Saturday nights in the
performers will see action in the w Mainside
auditorium.At .
w meet. The host team of Cherry t.pj .
Point will be favored to take least 42 mittmen will

team honors.Waves match blows in the Naval Air .. .

Advanced Training Command

Hit Win F boxing tournament. Fights
wil get under way each nightat WM

1 3'ter Streak On CourtThe 1930.

Definite entries the first of the
WAVES basketball team week were from Lake City, Banana -

had winning ways this week and River, Cecil Field, Daytona
Beach, Sanford and Jax. There was
took three straight games to run
I some doubt about the strong Vero.
their total to eight victories Beach team being entered, as
against four losses. they had previously planned to par-
The Navy lassies evened the ticipate In the Miami Golden
score with the Army gals from Gloves which has conflicting dates
Camp Blanding when they won with the NAATC meet.
handily, 33-19, Monday night in a Banana River Is sending Its
preliminary to the FliersCherryPoint classy team here and they will
game. Dottie Stevenson and fight one week later in the Jacksonville
"Skipper" Edge paced the scoringand )V Golden Gloves Lake
the WAVES led the WACSall City is taking the command
the way. The two teams have i tournament very seriously and a
now split four games. :full contingent of fighters will

Annette Mumma, high-scoring be sent from that station. Cecil
forward played her last game for Field has. entered 14 novices
NAS before hearing wedding bells Here at NAS Jax Lt. A. J. Ru-
and rang up 15 points last Friday bino has ben readying 20 boxers to
night, as Jax took a 43-23 contest represent this station in both open
from the visiting WAVES of NAS and novice classes. Jax has enter-
Miami. The entire Jax team was ed the following team in the open
used. Edge hit for 12 points and class: j
"Laddie" Veadoff shot nine. 115-Robert Workman, AMM3c,
Monterey Calif.
The Welsh Nurses of
Hospital 126-Nick Carrisal, MoM2c, San
Beach defeated 5
Daytona were
Antonio. Texas.
at when Mum-
February Daytona
135-Knox Brandon, ARM3c, I
ma rang 16 points and Stevensen' Kansas City, Mo.145Robert I
scored 11 markers.
"' ;j Hidalgo, MM2c,
..... -- Last night the WAVES faced ROBERT HIDALGO, MM2c, New York City. '
ANTHONY TITONE: Sic, of the strong Fletcher's sextette in of New York City, will be throw- 155-Anthony Titone, Sic,
S Brooklyn, will represent NAS Jacksonville, and this Friday nijnt: Ing plenty of blows in the 145- Brooklyn.
Jax in the 155-pound open class they ,o to DeLand to play Stetson pound open class when he fights 165-Stewart Stagg, S2c, Norfolk -
for the NAATC boxing tourney. university's co-eds. for the Jax team. Va

175-Toby Reid, Sic, Richmond, :

Fliers Play "" "J .. "' .', ;.. ,-, Va. 1-from KNOX Kansas BRANUOS--A-it'ISr City, Mo., carries,
"(. : ..'t... Open-Pvt. O. E. (Gabby) Watt
d. ;
; ; / I son, Harvey Ill the Jax hopes in the 135-pound
,
le. not made open class.
McDill Team Drawings are being I
'.,'
JJIt ,
; r.
i until all contestants have arrived
-, and weighing in has been completed. -
,
"
RJ'Ni d\Y Geesman Is
Here MondayThe ) ,', Pairings will be made by
,i NAATC boxing authorities, Lt.

Fliers played one of their .' '" Comdr. E. G. Whereatt, physical To Coach At
;IfR" _. :
best games of the season last Sat- -,;<1" :1 training officer of the command,

urday night only to lose to the \ .';/:." ;f. said.
... ..' ,,' __ f{
Handsome gold statuette tro-
stronger Camp LeJeune quint, 71- ,'i / Ohio SchoolBasketball

66, but came through with _two :1'" _. ." .. ...._-':"".-&..:".;.J.jLS."i'..-" 'Ii! f!",o.,,_.,. ,....'.,'.. phies classes will Open be cI awarded champions( in will both receive -
Coach
overwhelming wins over Maine Sterling Gees-
Maritime Academy, and Cherry trophies standing 11 and a man will soon leave the Fliers
Point to boost their record to 15-6. half inches high, while the eight when he goes to separation cen
Only The Spectator Enjoys Boxing novice ('hamps"1lI get statuettes -
Last night the Fliers were to ter on 28 February, and Lt. Lloyd
and only one inch less In height. H. Lux, assistant coach, will take
West
play NAS Key .here,
to resultin By Jim Anderson, Y2c Novice division contests will over as helmsman.Lt. .
this game was expected consist of three one-minute rounds,
the sixteenth victory for Jax, Bluejackets who are complete strangers will attempt to while the open contestants will go Geesman has accepted a
as the peninsula basketeers were coaching position at Ohio \Vesloyan -
for three two-minute rounds.
defeated 18-43 In the first meet- knock the daylights out of one another here tomorrow and : The Jax Physical Training de- in Delaware, Ohio, and

Ing at Key \\est. Neither should Saturday in the NAATC Boxing Tournament. partment is being host of the tour- will report to that institution on
the Fliers run Into much diffi- 4 March lie will be football line
culty at Pensacola this Friday Now fisticuffs is one sport in which you can't fool the : phies.nament and is presenting the tro- coach varsity track coach, and

and Saturday, as they snowed spectator. You either do (meaning beak-bashing) or you don't' Freshman basketball! coach.

under the Gulf city squad in two (meaning Waltzing Matilda). Before entering. the Navy, Lt.
recent games here. Geesman was with the public
Next home game will be Mon- Spectators are a merciless lot, 1 Sports schools at Brewster, N. y He has

day night as the MacDill Field many young pugilists are to learn. / l' been an athletic officer at North

team comes here from Tampa to If giving their all isn't good "" Carolina Pre-Flight, Ohio PreFlight -
:
play in the Mainside auditorium.The ProgramBasketball Jax Municipal No. 1, and '"
busy season continues for the enough, the spectator lets go with ti1{ {:\ \) NAS Jax. \ ,j'

locals when they go to Orlando the a cheer known for a section around )Y( I Lt. Geesman will be returning -

following night to play another Yankee Stadium. Not only veteran )f Standings to Delaware, for Ohio Pre-Flight
Army team at the air base there. but also have was at Ohio Wesleyan. Next Fall
fighters, spectators (A* of 11 FebruarylCommandant's )
Separation began to make in- when the Methodists play a 11-
roads on the Fliers last week for ruined youthful boxers before they League game: grid schedule Line Coach

Gene Byrd six-foot guard, was had a chance to develop. The fighter 1 Team Alrcrewmen W 7 1 L Pet. Geesman will be coming to Florida .

lost by way of discharge. Coaches has to be able to take it from l\t" VSBao I 1 ,85.876 as Wesleyan plays Rollins college.
Geesman and Lux appeared wor- his opponent and the crowd. Communication 7 2 .'171 Geesman Is' an alumnus of
POW
ried over the possible loss in the Guards II a .625 Springfield College in
But first and foremost, a fighterhas AHS 4 4 .600 Springfield,
near future of other first-stringers, 04GBonthoiiM Mass.
and notably Ned Staitz. to be able to dish it out. Wedon't ;JPt.-b 6S : : .600.600 ----a.a-----
The sensational defensive mean like a mess cook. ; A&R' 4 II .444

play, rebound work and his fine Now inside that squared circle a lot of things can happen. Course, VSB Dlipennary a a I 4 .428.833 Navy Teams Are -

all-round floor play makes there's a Marquis of Queensbury code to prevent many of them. But Supply 1 6 .100
Staitz one of the most valuable there's little things like a haymaker changing the course of a fight. (NOTE-The two lading team,. Air- Best In NationNavy
members of the squad, and this crtwmtn and VSBar wen to meet last
has been appreciated no little Among the simon pures, however, conditioning counts for most. nifht in a fame that would decide tht
teams
An unfit fighter is usually at the mercy of his opponent, even if ama- championship of the Commandant'a Bas rank high among
by the spectators.Fliers teurs do go for only three rounds. But those three rounds are longer ketball Learlle. Full roaalt..5 'this fam service basketball squads of the
66, LeJeune 71 *ill b. gives mil week). nation, as shown
Camp than an early morning trip to the outhouse in sub-zero weather.To by a recent rat-
Jax lost the game in the second Score. Week of 4 F,k. irg announced by a recognized au- _
quarter when John Kelly, ex-No- you guys who can sit among the confines of the bleachers and AFIS 25. A A R 21. thority.
tre Dame forward, and Frank cheer or Jeer, we can only say you are the ones with the most brains.It VSBao 28, POW 14. The first three
Communication 26, VSBao are Navy teams,
25
bat head another glove Just for
isn't smart to against guy's
your
Carswell, former Rice flash, paced BoathouM 21, VSB IS with Great Lakes NTS, Philadel .
the Marines to 19 points for a the- heck of it.COMDR.. Communication 45, Dlipeniary 14. phia Naval Base and Memphis ( ,
-x- AIrcr wm n 26, A A R 21. )
halftime lead of 36-28. The Fli-
NATTC in
V&B 22, POW 18. that order. The
t W. 1'. McOUIRK and LT, A. J. RUBINO to be" next'I I
ers came back to outplay LeJeunein are 0&025, VSB 24.Admiral's. three spots are held by Wright
the second half and close the the genial hosts,of the leather-slinging convention. But Lt. Rubino Field, Camp LeJeune and Valley
gap, largely by Joe Trosper's sensational Is a host who will put his neophytes la for a tete-a-tete with the LeagueTeam Forge hospital, with Bainbridge
shooting, but the North guests, for he ha been instructing a full squad- of entrants as local W L Pet. NTC seventh ranking.
Carolinians' Carswell was too hot. representatives.Comdr. vsn No. 1 II 1 .883 The Jax Fliers are rated 12th

Trosper was high-scorer with 29 McGulrk, though, has helped arrange all the various VSFI AFIS No 2 4 I .eet among southern teams, both col-
2 4
points.Fliers details for staging/ such a tourney, and P. T. is going to presentthe VM: 1 5. .116.833 lege and service. LeJeune, which
49, Cherry Point 29 has twice
awards. Score Week of 4 Ftb. beaten the Fliers, stand
The Cherry Point Marines VSB No. i 21, VM 17. third in the south.
Individual champions will receive! statuettes for their effortsin
proved surprisingly weak in Monday VSR No. S U, AHS 18. .
the duels with gloves. Team champs are to get handsome
night's game and never madean AKIS Z4, VM 19. A Chamber of Commerce surveyat
issue of the contest. Billy De- plaques.All. VSB No. 1 19. VSB No. 2 17. West Palm Beach In search of
Mars put the Fliers out front with In all, It promises to be a good .show. There'll be no slapstick occupied dwellings to help out the
three early, field goals, and his but the real thing. And even with nothing more than a Con- I Inter-Station Basketball Philadelphia Athletics, who will
it Half- federate note or a Norfolk bus token In jeans (but gotta train
teammates kept piling on. your you I' Mri>ort .,. Jax. today. 14 February there, uncovered one house-
.. time score was 2717. wear blue) you can see the slugfest for nuttuV. !In NAS Kainild auditorium. and it burned down the next day.


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