Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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L alley Got Attitude R

tl"t. Unfortunately, the wearing: of a Navy uniform or

)''., the study of Navy regulations will not convert a weak -- .. :"< :.. -
character into a strong character. Neither will it add -

good manners and breeding where good manners and
..a.. breeding never grew before. You can't build a house Vol. 3, No. 50 USNAS AND NATTC, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 21 February, 1916

without lumber.

When a civilian is a loud-mouthed jerk and goes '

ahead to prove it in public places by missing no opportunity New NAATC Solely Awards Won'By

to use foul language, to annoy fellow citizens,

I' and to yell at women, he represents only himself. He's

',. just with one him.more punk, and. the world is. liberally sprinkled Luke1 City, Louderdole Units

: .: But when this same character: gets into a Navy uniform ,

he loses his complete individuality and becomes a II MISTER Two new aviation flight
. representative of, the United States Navy. When he LUCKY safety awards for single and

shouts his worn-out collection of four-letter words or multi-engine aircraft have

( beats an old lady to a bus seat or chases a girl along the just been established by Rear

sidewalk, the bystanders don't say: "Look at that hor- Admiral Ralph Davison, Chief

lible man." They say: "There goes another sailor." of NAATC for the purpose of

The very fact that he wears a Navy uniform gives recognizing outstanding safety f

' false courage to certain. type of individual; he thinkshe achievements of training

can hide behind it. He believes he's living up to the units operating under his .

"traditions of the naval service" when he gives his own com man d. Simultaneouslywith

weak imitation of a hell-for-leather, fighting man. For the announcement of the

the first time in his life he's able to capitalize on membership establishment of the award,

in an organization that carries with it the pres- Admiral Davison named the

tige and solidity built during 150 years of operation. And first winners for the last six

the saddest part is that he thinks he's the admiring center months of 1945.
The current winner of the single ...
of all eyes as he swaggers around in his bellbottomsand engine trophy was Torpedo Bomb-

acts out the leading role in his private little dream Ing Squadron ATU-1, based at

Fort Lauderdale, Fla., while the
. think that the people of Jacksonville, both in multi-engine trophy went to Bomb-

the Navy and out of it, have been patient with the few AMONG THOSE PRESENT ing Squadron ATU-2, with head-
quarters at Lake City, Fla. Tro
But it's time now to put a stop to the noise. Luckily, phies will be re-awarded annually

: the problem is a minority problem, and not many individuals to the units having highest scores I J
I" are included. for the period.

[,.,. Loud talk and rudeness must be eliminated, if Navy the Admiral trophies Davison in'formal will present
and civilian population are to get along together. It's those two Naval Air Stations on

i a personal problem for every decent sailor and civilian. 27 February. The two awards will
The time has come to clamp down on the boys with the be known as the "Chief of Naval

a alley-cat attitude. The Shore Patrol can't do the job Air Advanced Training" SingleEngine -
Safety Trophy, and the
alone_., so. let's lend a hand. A "Chief of Naval Air Advanced
---- -- -- -
Training Multi-Engine Safety Tro-

Name Capt. Brady HonoraryRed / TilE SHIRT WAS KING Monday, and 'from ,the k crowds-f11U that phy."Praises Fort Lauderdale

stormed the Uniform Shop of Mainside Ship's Service, you'd think "The safety achievement of the
they were giving out sacks of gold instead of selling one shirt to a single engine unit operating at
Cross Drive Chairman customer. In the top photo, Arthur J. Baird, purchases the first shirt Fort Lauderdale is doubly gratifying ..
sold from Miriam Oppenheimer, manager of the Uniform Shop. ," said Admiral Davison, "since
.. Announcement that Captain Anthony 11. Brady, NAS Baird, formerly a gunner's mate, received his discharge that morn- it was this same group which lost
commanding officer, has accepted the honorary chairmanship ing, rushed over to Ship's Service and waited in line from 1030 'til five torpedo-bombers in a unique
of the station's 1916 Red Cross Fund Campaign was 1330 to get a shirt. Part of the long queue which formed at the shop still-unexplained disaster last De-
door and wound all the way out to the street is shown in the lower cember, during the period on
made yesterday by lied Cross Field Director Allen G. Scar- photo. Sales were streamlined to assembly line precision with 10 which the first award ip based.'
brough who outlined initial plans for this year's drive which customers allowed into the store at a time, yet at 1600 they .were He pointed out that the winning
will extend from March to 31 March. still filing in. Approximately 1,000 shirts were sold, exhausting the unit must have the lowest acci-
Executive chairman of the cam- entire stock.Ncdiorvide. dent rate for the number of hours
paign will be Chaplain Paul H. W. ganizational meeting with repre- --- flown. Accidents of the most serious -
Olander who will convene an or- sentatives from the various sta-I character, such as the Fort
.. Radio ProgramTo Lauderdale disaster
are weighted
tion departments next week, Mr.
highest in the
calculations, and
Admiral Ewen Scarbrough said. Originate Here 6 MarchOfficers the least serious are weighted low-
"Red Cross services to our men est.
and women in uniform have not "This means" he said "that
and enlisted of the -
men 1- -- ----
Reserve Chief been allowed to shrink because of Jacksonville Naval Air Station 1I I pany, is heard three nights week the Fort Lauderdale unit had an
the end of hostilities," Captain will receive a national salute when ly (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday outstanding safety record during
Brady said in urging a unanimousand "Spotlight Bands" presents George ) from Army Camps, Navy most of the six: months period."
Inspects AreaAviation generous response by all con- Paxton and his orchestra on Wed I bases, and hospitals throughout The five aircraft were lost under
cerned personnel within his com- nesday evening, 6 March at Main- the country. The series, now in its unusual circumstances, still unexplained
mand. "We have the war's wounded 181st week has traveled more more than two months aft-
training: facilities at side Auditorium, it was announced
and disabled still to care for, than 1,550,000 "Spotlight" miles. erward. They were covering a
this station and auxiliary fields received yesterday by Lt. Milton N. Hand,
and in many cases their families 4 course already flown hundreds of
last Welfare Executive Officer.
a thorough inspection We have thousands of men still times and more than
Monday when Rear Admiral E. C.lrrwen During the show, which startsat 8,000 navi-
overseas on occupation duty wjth- ShowTo gation flights of a similar
SepCenter nature
Chief of Naval Air Reserve I 2100, there will be a half-hour
of combat had been flown
out the prospect operations from the Fort Lau-
here with his staff coast-to-coast broadcast over radio
Training, came
to stimulate their morale. derdale field
pre\ usly. Not
Be Broadcast more
to look over the ground in prep- station WPDQ and the Mutual
than 15
minutes a\..sad of
"The thousands dis- them
awaiting on
2130 to 2200, focus-
aration for the establishment of a Network from
charge and passing through the the course, another flight of tor-
reserve training program at Jacksonville ing attention on the men stationed From NATTC StageThe pedo-bombers returned
separation centers especially need safely to
The new aviation pro- here and their activities.
scheduled to into Red Cross morale help and guid- variety musical show, "Just base. Intensive searches continu-
gram is go full George Paxton's band made its ing for
ance. And at the same time, to replace days afterward discoveredno
Call Me Mister
sponsored by the
operation. before July 1, 1946. debut just a little over a year ago. trace of either aircraft
these veterans In- or
we are per-
The inspecting party left the He skyrocketed to fame after an Separation Center in cooperationwith sonnel.In .
headquarters of Naval Air Reserve ducting thousands of new men engagement at Roseland Ballroomin the Naval Air Technical connection
whose families need Red with announcement -
i, Command, Glenview, Ill., early last may New York City, and followedit Training Center will go on the air of the awards, Admiral Dav-
Cross aid at time. It is
week, and visited Jacksonville as any par- up with smash successes at the this Saturday night at 2000. ison also released some
part of a tour that will take it to ticularly appropriate, Captain the Blue Room of Hotel Lincoln, Last week the program sched- figures on wartime significant
concluded "that the Cen- flight operations -
Brady ,
uled for broadcast radio sta-
all by
prospective aviation reserve I the Pennsylvania Hotel's Cafe In his command. A total of
tral Committee of the American
tion WJHP, wasn't broadcast be-
bases. and New' York's Capitol
Rouge, 34,383 pilots and 39,912 combat air-
National Red Cross has selected as ,
After The band cause of a breakdown just before
investigating facilities at Theatre. recently won
the slogan for the 1916 Fund Cam- Continued
on Two
Cecil Field and Mayport on Mon- paign: the Glenn Miller Award for the the show. in the special} telephone
day, the, group left early Tuesday best new orchestra of the year. line Between me auditorium ana -
"Your Red Cross Must On"Present
Carry the downtown studio. The difficulty
morning to resume an Itinerary Paxton, a native of Jacksonville, -
that includes stops at Pensacola, plans call for direct ap- has since been eliminated and Dewey Park Pets
was a former key arranger for
volunteer staff assistantsto
peal by the radio audience this week will
New Orleans and Dallas before the
such name bands as Paul Lavalle,
return to Glenview every commissioned officer and be able to tune in the show as it Must Be RegisteredEffective
Charlie Spivak and Vaughn Mon-
civilian the stationfor
employee on originates from the NATTCenter
According to Lt. Comdr. F. A.
roe His biggest triumph was
constributions to the fund. Although auditorium stage. 1 April all
pets owned
;' Sprenger, Public Information Officer scored as for Ina Ray
: contributions of any size arranger The will include the bY' naval
on Admiral Ewe ..s staff, no Hutton. program personnel residing in either -
definite decision has as yet been will be accepted Red Cross mem- Sep-Senders and vocalist Nancy the NAS housing project or
;..I made as to the exact site of the bership cards will be Issued to all "Spotlight Bands," sponsored Waring with modern dance ar- Dewey Park must be reregisteredat
s.. new program. A decision will be those persons giving $1 or more. nationally by the. .Coca-Cola Com- rangements, the NATTCenter Dix- the Yard Office, it was an-
forthcoming after further discus- ieland Chorus, harmonica artist nounced yesterday.
... sion by top officers of the Functional Tom Keating and baritone Fred Tags for the coming year will
.Training Commands. HAPPY Navy Relief Drive Katterhelnrich: who formerly was be issued at the time of registration -
Members of Admiral Ewen's heard on the "Meet Your Navy" the announcement stated.
4iA staff who accompanied him to HOLIDAY! Total Falls Far show. Innoculation papers must be presented -
Jacksonville were: Captain II. E. for all dogs over the age of
Sears, Chief of Staff; Captain C Long week-ends are In pros- Below Goal Canteens To Close six: months in order to obtain a
C. Ilowerton Aviation Training; pect for both naval and civilian tag Younger dogs are not required -
Captain G. D. Ribble, Medical; personnel following the announcement Sandwiched between the Marchof Effective 4 March all canteens to be innoculated.
Captain W. M. Hanson Personnel; that Washington's Dimes Campaign and the im- and lunch wagon services >
Comdr. L. L. Woodruff, Material; Birthday will be observed at pending 1916 Red Cross Fund maintained throughout the sta- Volunteers NeededFor
Lt. Comdr. A. W. Shaw, Aide; Lt. NAS Jacksonville as a national Campaign, the Navy Relief Socie-' tion by the Civilian Cafeteria,
Comdr. F. A. Springer, Public Re- holiday. ty Drive which closed here last vvhich is in turn operated by Red Cross Work
lations; Lt. Comdr. W J. McFar- Only duty sections need re- Friday ran into tough sledding, the Employees'; Association, will
land. Public Works; Lt. Comdr. II. main on board tomorrow, and and the total contributions fell far be dispensed! with, it was announced Workers are needed at the Red
E .Hill. Legal; Lt. Comdr. O. O. those who have no duty on Sat- i short of expectations.The yesterday by the asso Cross Workroom in the small
Kieffer, Pilot; Lt. Comdr. L. M. urday or Sunday may enjoy a Naval Air Station raised ciation's board of directors. The chapel Tuesdays for sewing, knitting -
Mills ASO Representative; Lt. three-day vacation. Just neces- $2,61256 during the drive, the elimination of the lunch service and preparation of surgical :'
Comdr. C. S. Hickey, (WR) Avia- sary maintenance crews will Personnel Separation Center reported will be necessary to curtail operating dressings, it was announced this '
tion Training, Lt. V. 'I. Carnefix work over the week-end, per- $159.97; the Naval Hospital losses of the Civilian week by Mrs. A. R. Brady, who U
(WR) Wave Representative; Lt. mitting all other civilian em- conributed $386.40; 'NAATC staff Cafeteria and its canteens, it in charge of the work committee.The .
F. X. Brooker, Personnel; Lt. (jg) ployees three consecutive days total was $170.5'0; NATTC hit was explained. volunteers work each Tuea-
J. A, Hansen (WR) Communications. off without loss of annual leave. 352.40(); and the POW Camp col- (See story on page 5)). day from 0930 to 1500. Lunch \:
Continued on rage Four served to all present.' I
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Two JAX AIR NEWS 21 February, 1946


. ..,.WAR BRIDE Hospital LEST- YOU FORGET: HereIs

11:> .. l

if.". v ... ).. I Chatter Discharge Box ScoreFurther

< .
", reductions! in discharge scores, effective 35 April

t Welfare-Recreation and the Red: and 2 May were announced by the Navy Department last week,

Cross both sponsored activities According to the word from Washington 70 per cent of personnel .
.. over Valentine's Day that were subject to demobilization would be back in civilian life by .

fun for all. The Red Cross part' 2 May.A .
in the Recreation Room on the box score of a few of the discharge scores is shown below:

14th was a gay round of games, ENLISTED PERSONNEL;

refreshments and informal dan 2 Mar. 13 Mar. 2 Apr. 15 Apr. 2 May

cing. The Welfare Staff dance to Male . . . . 32: 31 30 29 28
night will be in the Valentine] Male Y, SK:, SKD, SKV..40 38 36 34 32

theme. Male, EM . . . ,35 35 34 33 32
Male SC & Bakers :, .37 36 34 33 3*

Coming Red Cross attractionsI Female . . . 21 21 20 20 39

include a Talent Review to be held Female Y, SK

I In the Recreation Room. "The Hon- SKD, SKY . .25 21 23 22 -21

ky Tonk Parade" is the title it FFICEK; l'fnSONNF.L

1 carries on the posters and if you Male, except <(< MC) & Aviators

miss it, don't say we didn't warn in Flight Status 39 38 37 36 35

you! Male (MC) . .49 48 47 45 44 '
I Aviators Flight Status

An even half dozen of our Hospital Above Ensign . 26 25 24 23 22

Nurses left this past week I Aviators in Flight Status

for Separation Centers throughout Ensigns . . . .20 20 20 20 20

the country. Lt Corotha I. Howell I Female .. . .27 27 26 26 25

Ens. Agnes F. Barrancotte; I Nurse Corps . . ._27 27 26 26 25By
-- -- - ---
Ens. Ina -- -
A, Pope; Ens. Dolores M.

laconei, Ens. Louise P. Tennberg

and Lt. (jg) Gertrude. R. Laurence. I: Chaplain's Office >.

Last Saturday night the Dental I I Opens New Branch

Department held its own party out r i
at The Pines. From the time the A branch office of the Chap.lain's -

group piled into the bus until a i y Department was opened this
good many smiling, bitf weary, I week in Bldg. 39 at the intersection

heads hit the sack-It was a gala I Lois A. IA'".er, TIc of Saratoga and Langley to
affair. serve Mainside personnel. Chap
As time its
goes on merry way
lain Don Buhler is in charge of
you begin to notice more and more the
office which will be
"# ;; \f First hand information states I that there are less and less famil- and open daily
CHIEF MACHINIST'S MATE !\MARK. VATTIMO, his wife, the party given by the Red Cross iar faces around the barracks. You Saturday mornings.

the former Mary Cummings of Londonderry, Northern Ireland] and workers and the Naval Hospital begin to wonder where Susy Jonesis I It is hoped that this more accessible

Mark, Jr are pictured here in the living room of their home in Nurses at the Offic 5i's'" Club last keeping herself and then awaketo location for personnel in

Dewey Park Mrs. Vattimo, among the first war brides to arrivein Friday night was also tops. The the realization that she's prob- the Mainside area will enable more

the United States, landed in New York early in September, 1941.Station's Separation Center Band was in its ably a civilian people to consult with a chaplain.
usual excellent form. Other offices in the Chapels will
As the decrease of personnel be-
remain in
operation as in the
comes increasingly,;: eVidEnt. it has past
Own War Bride Is "Anyone from Mainside who hasa
Hospital WAVES spent a busy
1 ( brought up a good deal of speculation problem he wishes to discuss
evening last week sewing on the '
as to the why and where-
new rates that came their way fore of the gals who are staying 'I'' with a chaplain is invited to drop
Now Veteran Resident HereBy in at his convenience," Chaplain
.i when they signed over until 1 September until 1 September. "Where will, we Buhler said
yesterday. "In fact, I
1946. To date sixty-five live-I hope they leave us in 722."
Arthur M. Greene Y2c I don't want you to delay stepping;
staff Writer Hospital Corps WAVES have "Hey, did you hear that they are by until do have
you a problem.
War Brides! The newspapers of the country have been full of stories agreed to stay on the job until going to close] our chow hall and I I'd like everyone to come In any
about them the few weeks. September. make us eat down at the main station time and
during past The newsreels have featured I get acquainted. I'd like
I them embarking in Britain, making the trans-Atlantic crossing, galley Did you know thatit to be of service in any way possible *
That Is a nice looking diamond might be possible for the kids "
and landing in New York. Even Life magazine devoted pages of pictures he added.
to them in last week's-issue. ring Lila Gibb, HAle, is wearingon I staying until September 1 to get tCommercial
the third finger of her left hand subsistence and quarters?"
But here at NAS Jacksonvillewar I
meet her husband's family for the these days. To go with the dia- Scuttlebutt is flying fast and fu-
brides are an old story. Sailors first time. mond we have the perpetual grin rious'about these and many other

now stationed at this great naval Mark, Jr., was born soon after that "Whitey" Reed, PhMlc wears I questions and the best answer to

air base have been on duty in ward. Two months later, on 6 January that tells everyone that he is "it." j I them all is WAIT. Which is one Bulletin

all parts of the globe, and quite a 1945, the proud poppa arrived i thing you learn to do in the Navy. I II
in Rochester on a 30-day leave. Just to add another party to the I The decisions regarding barracks lIull"ln. will .be arrepled, ?,..1! ...,Ia"' .
few of them brought back war Next he reported to NAS Jax and records-that certainly was a good I chow halls ,and what have you will pare ii filled.
brides and war babies many was assigned to A & R. Mary and one the staff on D-l threw the other I all come out in due time just .Sailboat 11 ft,, very K HALEr|little, | UM. ..1|; Mlfrm,|
months ago.Typical the baby followed in April. night. From steaks at Larry's stand by, mate! rod.r, prewar Inn.r cerise .,whip,,
of these families, head I Although America is quite dif right on through the evening. The like new. Lt. }'. ('. S< Menotyiie
ed by a man and a woman of ferent from her native Ireland, rendering of "For He's A Jolly "Careful, don't touch that arm Ext. 5U.Kinchin, in good condition, 135.

widely different backgrounds who Mary likes it fine here. Some Good Fellow" was in honor of that's my sore one" B..y't trickle for l.ye.r-olJ. brawl ..w,

might never have known of each things had her a little wideeyedat Charles H. Stuebe, PhM2c, who is Oh, how familiar those words Kxt.Mr. Arrmld 8319.Hollywood No 20( Ifewey fuller Turk,

other's existence but for the vagaries first, but now she accepts any- off to the Separation' Center this sound. Remember the Daisy Chain I bed, lounge chair with otlo

of war, are the Vattimos- thing new as a matter of course. week. at boot camp and how much we mnn sofa bed orrHiionxl chair, end tut -
Chief Machinist's Mate Mark J. Many things which are typically all dreaded the room where they .I... Ext. Ml: Lt. (0111) :bll" ..', 4 b8

Vattimo, his wife, the former I American she had already seen in "High Jinks," the USO unit No. shot needles into you ? That has Ulmr one mile Av*north,, limiKiuHD of nation.Manor, m>rroi.

Mary M. Cummings of Londonder American movies shown in Ireland. 2!, comes to this auditorium on 26 started again, only this time boos- Stork-line. d. luxe baby rarrl.m>, In A-l
ry, Northern Ireland, and Mark, I The Irish lass is very friendly, February. The show will play three ter shots are in the offimg and condition. Ext. K341 after 4:1)0) or 114BAlleiiheny

Jr., whose home town is Rochester, and has a warm, engaging smile. wards in the afternoon, and one there have been plenty of sore 3 room household, NAS. furnUhlnvi tot kilrhen
N. Y., was stationed at the Naval She has an ear-catching accent, performance in the evening in the arms moans and groans heard in living room und bedroom, nine l>"by
Operating Base at Londonderryearly but her command of the English auditorium. The evening show will the barracks. But don't worry, wiilee, piny-pen, Tnylor-Tot. high .chmr
] in the war. It was February, language is perfect. She explains I be followed by the regularly sched- chum. That's the last you'll have und NAS.mlicellitneoui itemi. 141711 Child KU

1912, and he had been there only that they speak both English and uled movie. -that is, unless they make the Ito u'hold tftVcU, may .be n-rn nay time
three days when he decided to attend Gaelic in Northern Ireland, but she WAVES a part of the peace time Chief Hacker 1445B Child M.
a dance at Londonderry's pop was born in Eire where they Two visitors to the WAVES Navy, and you decide to "ship I C'hief khakI-grey uniforms (Live 40 A

ular Corinthian Han That was a taught only Gaelic' in the schools. quarters at the hospital compound over." 39)..khaki); 1);garrison 2 size 15-33 cart grey and cover military(terry*hir1.A,
fateful night for the sailor, Her mother school this week were Ex-Pharmacist's 5.
young a teacher, new; uniform t.IOII... brand ".WI) 1 mahogany
for he met a bright-eyed Irish colleen moved to Northern Ireland =so that Mates Ruby Lynch and Clara The age-old chant is starting tool chest J. forte, fcit TZ<
who had come to the dance Mary and her other children could Floyd, all dressed up in civilian again. For that matter, it never or A & R running Divlalon.
complete unit only, living tmlrm
with her two sisters and who he get a better education.As lothes. The fashion show was heldon did die out completely. It was a and ktichen wti of furniture room, complete -

couldn't get off his mind. I to the head of the house, his I the Quarter Deck, with the majority murmur, but it's gaining momen- with ruse dmhe, 'lamp. .1<<., kit
June Bride enlistment expires in November. of questions being asked by tum all the time. You guessed it: in fine condition.Rood.Available Mar. 2. 1116Cumb.rlrnd .

After that meeting they saw According to his present plans he i those girls scheduled for separation "I hope you get four flat tires." Furniture: for it whole; house Including ell
lots of each other. A few months will ship over for another hitch. ,I centers the first of March. The ride situation seems to be the Incidental needed, will not bmtk
-- - ...ta. Please inquire after 4 30 dailyor
-- --- -- going from bad to worse. Civiliansand :
later they decided to get married. time unda,.. All
DISCUSSING THE any; Satiirdnyi or
But the red tape they faced made CROP I Navy personnel at the wheel for |.!00. 1332B Randolph St.. NAS.

the three-day wait law in effectin ___ of Navy vehicles seem to take I Entire apartment furnmhinua. I ICO: fur
states great delight in slowing down, niture, aluminum and ilverware: ; .-
seem speedy by
many I
I trio lion baby crib and muttreiw, car
smirking at then
comparison. It took 14 long you speeding up .: stroller, high chair, luithuwtte
months before they could straighten -I I' and away they go! But they aren't I and to,.. C. F. Jarm-i. 1445A Child' ki.
out. June 23 the only offenders as manoy a privately loll RENT:
things Finally, on j i I S .
room apartment with phone and run.nine
] owned
943, the knot was tied at St. Eu- car, empty exceptfor hot water., K. M. Zinc, Hlnmltn'
gene's Church.A the driver, goes speeding by I Rood north of IQ4tb( St.) Bus 757, Tel.
whether the temperature reads 95 I 20340.
year sped by, and then they,
above or its pouring cats and WANTED:
word went around that the base ; dogs '41 (Chvrol) .
or I'ontiac, whip "'''|*
4L : The bus situation isn't too bad
would soon be closed, but that Chief Heel. Hangar 123, or I219B/ Hancock
but there are plenty of nights St. NAS.Ride .
wives and children would be
permitted for 2 from of
when offices along Enterprise close pHKwnirerii vicinity
to go to the States On 25 for 18th and Blvd. to NAS, hour t.00-4.80.: :
shop the day at 1630 and
August, 1944, personnel from the you I Miai Hooki, Ext. 8501.Small .
wait patiently ( ? ) until 1645 .
Raven for house.tritiler and a kuKKave trader.Lt.
base boarded the SS Marine
51 a flag unit busyou and all the I I. ('. Soihor, Ext. 744.
for the voyage to the United other people who don't throw Dog, a puppy' If pmnhle, any" Und ,fa, a
States, many wives and children young couple., Will offer It a good h_.
accompanying their husbands. re themselves in front of a car in order 13UB Randolph M.. NAS. .
I to get a ride. I Single girl to inure apartmtnt, all m.sl'rnconveniences
However Mark had been transferred sa
a It isn't too much to ask for you Incited downtown.. Idles
to a radio station and had Hecht. Kxt. 8218
to remain behind. lIe sent his wife | to give a pal a lift, usually it's not Automobile, '88 or later mode of any .
the she was to have I more than a few blocks, but how popular make, In good condition: would
just same, as
4 that lift helps save you time, shoe prefer sedan. Will i>ay citth. Lt'Mdler,
a baby soon, and no one knew Ext 8485.
when such an opportunity would ; 7. your good nature. Let's Furnished or unfurnished apartment or
'. l start a campaign to 'Give a guy a .... George Cariwnter, t-xt.' HH25.
come again. ,tf rs w lift?" How about It ? Wanted Ridurit Traveling to Pittsburgh!
Upon arrival in New York 12 ,5 on March S. Contact Kelly 281.'
days later, the ship was met by > i .

Red Cross workers who providedmilk AwardsContinued Light .,Jot Engines '
and doughnuts for the weary "
Built For
travelers. They arranged to take PATIENTS at the Naval Hospital here aren't particularly] interested from Page One Navy
the women and children to hotels I (SEA).-The world'a lightest Jet
in this year's cotton crop or in cotton as an economic factor crewmen were trained In
for their first night in a but wjien the industry picks a Maid of Cotton like Miss Gwenn type aircraft since establishmentof service- aircraft engines for their power

strange country. Barnwell, and she visits the hospital-that's something else again.In I the present syllabus. and size are now being: built for
They piled the "
Mary, though tired, was undaunted the photo above, taken during her visit at a Red Cross sponsored up, between October 1943 and December diameter Navy. The "Yankee, 19 Inchesin "

by New York. The follow Valentine Party, are, left to right, kneeling, F. Wheeler, Sklc, and 1945, the gigantic total of > and the "baby jet,
ing morning, alone, she made her M. E. Williams, Sic, standing' J. Chumbley, TM3c, G. Pope, Sic four and one-quarter million ,fly measuring the 9 ,i inches across, are

way to Grand Central Station, and Miss Barnwell, D. W. CQx; GMlc, and T. Pekonen, Sic. The NCCS ing, hours, with only 966 fatal ac American first Jet engines of wholly
'caught. a train to Rochester to, USO arranged the visit. cI erts. night.Page design to be testedtIn



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21 February, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three



\ 4v:6' Lua A. Leser, Ylc PRESENTS

QUESTION : What name]I

bund do you think should

be called "best in the land"


i') KENNY WALTON, Sic, Portland
::,. "I'll fake Woody Herman any "HOUSE OF DRACULA," featuring Lon Chaney. Shows at 1700-

" day; he appeals to me. What I 1930. x
like him best for is his swing: mu- FRIDAY
sic. That's really solid." "SHOCK," with Lynn Barl. Shows at 1300 only.

ANDY PORTER, Sic, Boston, BASKETBALL at 2000, NAS Fliers vs. Corpus Christi.
"I'll "ZIEGFELD FOLLIES," starring Fred Astalre. Show at 1300,
take Charlie
Saturday and 1430-1700-1930
on Sunday.
the best trumpet of them all. I
like hint best in "Home Country," Waves BASKETBALL vs. Miami Waves.Saturday 2000, NAS Fliers vs. NATTC. 1000 NAS

although he can play any kind MONDAY
of music."
"BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST" with Cornel Wilde and
GEORGE ROMAN, Sic, Ozone Anita Louise.!:! Shows at 130017001930.

"Duke Ellington by a long "BECAUSE OF HIM" starring Diana Dutbm. Show at 1300 Tues-
> ONIt.S shot. He specializes in jazz that is day. No show Wednesday.

I think we're going to have a shake down really something and I like the BASKETBALL Tuesday, 2000, NAS Fliers vs. Farris Island. Wednesday
way he plays both sweet and swing 2000, NAS Fliers vs. Barksdale Field.
---- ------ --- -- -

Station Skeet Champs Will I I music.GEORGE" WOODWARD, Y3c, STUDENT OFFICERS

St. Louis Missouri.

Compete In Miami TourneyA I "Russ Morgan by all means. You "SCARLET STREET" with Edward G. Robinson Show ,at 1930
can always count on him to sound only. ,.

six-man skeet team including two national championswill good whether he's playing" sweet SATURDAY
and slow or red hot. No Show.
represent the Naval Air Station in the Sunny South I SUNDAY
SAL JUAN, Sic, New Orleans
Skeet Championship Matches at Miami on February 22, 23, La. "SHOCK," starring Lynn Barl. Show at 1930 only.

and 21, They are Comdr. William P. Raffsdale, and Clayton I "I'll take Woody Herman. I really MONDAY Si TUESDAY

IJoardman; Sic, both competitors in numerous national meets ; like his music-he specializes "ZIEGFELD FOLLIES," with Fred Astalre. Show at 1930 only.

Lt. Edward) J.: Hill, Lt. (J jg L) F., E. Fields, John M. Lawlor, in good swing on the and clarinet.jazz "and is really "BANDIT OF SHERWOOD WEDNESDAY FOREST," featuring Cornel Wilde
-- -
AUM3C ana William Bradham, Show at 1930 only.
S2c. Accompanying them on the I JOHN EVANS Sk2c.. Dallas
Caretaker Status
trip will be Lt. Carl C. West, member Texas.
of the physical training depart. "Give me Sammy Kaye. I think

ment. Ahead For NAS. he's got the best in the land. His 80\\'I.I1\'G-SI" alleys locate in Malnside Recreation Building III

Comdr. Ragsdale holds numerous Sunday program is always com- No 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday
state and Intersectional champion Daytona BeachNAS posed of every type of music written and 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointmentonly.
ships, was member of the NationalChampionship and he can play all of them .
five-man team in Daytona Beach will be ; equally well."
SWIMMING Indoor swimming
1911; and repeated the performance I I placed on a caretaker status on or I SAL MARMILA, Sic, (ARM), I 1200-1300, and 1800-2100 week days. :Saturday pool recreational 1200-2100, and swimming.Sunday.
before 1 May, 1946, It was announced
as a member of a five-man I Brooklyn, N. Y. 1200-2100.
Comdr. S. A.
naval aviation team in 1912. He recently by officer "I think the best in the land was I BOXING-For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. A..
Van' Every, Jr., commanding
' ... holds a long run record of 350 of the station. Glenn Miller. His recordings are as I J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to ,Mainside Mat after 1500.
registered targets, begun in Na- popular now as they were when GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
tional, Championship match In The air station, which will be they first came out. He was very | and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Goll clubs and balls are available at Golf
taken over by the city of Daytona I' versatile and could play slow numbers ] House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
1911.He was Gunnery Training and Beach, will be used by at least really smooth and do things I I II ANCIIOUAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Ordnance Officer at various Marl- three commercial air lines starting' to jitterbug pieces. His sax was by I cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason
anas bases during 1944 and 1945, next month. I far the best in the land." I II Field.
and while at Agana Airfield, During the caretaker period the I DENIS HART, Sic Kansas T"-NNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training -
Guam, established a skeet range. station will be under the cognizance I City, Mo. I I Building No. 726, and equipment rooms at Building No. 3, and
This range was recently the scene of the Commander, Naval I, "I'll take Lionel Hamptonhe'sgot also on Mat area (corner of Mustln and Yorktown Roads).
of an Army-Navy skeet match, an Air Bases, 7th Naval District and the best jazz orchestra in the : RECEPTION CENTEIC-The Reception Center, located In south
account of which appeared in the only a minimum number of naval i' country. He does not have the I wing of Building No. 953; is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
latest issue of Sports Afield, personnel and civilians will be brassy tone you usually find In a from 1000 to 2200 daily.
monthly magazine. aboard. There will be a supply officer jazz orchestra-his' band plays together MBKAKY Located on seoond deck of Main&ide Recreation

Boardman, only 19 years old, hasbeen a public works officer and an and gives out with smoothmusic. Building No. 3. Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Friday. From
participating in national I officer in charge attached to the' ." I 0800 to 1630 Saturday and from 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.
station the caretaker FLOYD STEWART, Sic Corona VOLLEYBALL
skeet matches since 1937. In that I during period. B\DMIN1O, TOUCH FOOTU.U.L-OfticelJo per-
and the following year he won the I Calif. I sonnel previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requested
Sub-Junior titles in the National I Comdr. Van Every stated that "Make mine Duke Ellington. He to meet at the gear issue room at noon dally for organized activities.
Championship competitions. He for the present the Navy will con has a fascinating rhythm that I ATHLETIC GEAR -- Available in gear issue roo Building 3,
was Georgia Junior Champion for tinue to store-and service aircraft gets you and really sends you out lower deckSALTY.
six straight years, and all bore at the field with the work gradually -I of this world. I - -- ---- --
ELI CLUTCH, AS, Lost In the
diminishing in the
champion in 1911, when he graduated coming Desert, Texas."I I Neatness Better
senior He
to the
competitions. I i would pick the Corn Cobblers. I
won the Lordship Junior competition I' Their superb quality of tone; their Conduct
in 1939, and the North and One of our chiefs is so dumb symphonic style and manner of Urged By
in I that even the other chiefs beginning
South Junior championship are -
presentation really endears themto
1941 I to notice it. Air Training HeadOfficers
all who listen. Believe me thereis
SKEET SHOOTERS EXTRAORDINARY I I and men attached to all
I HERE AND THERE four Aviation Functional Training
.. Personnel ListsRequirements Commands received definite notice

I Lieut.: "Why didn't you saluteme this week that more attention

For yesterday?" must be paid to all-around
Y *; l Sailor: 'I didn't see you, sir." personal
I Lieut.: "Good. I was afraid you smartness and military deport-
Flight Training j
: MS were mad at me." ment.In .
a letter addressed to the
Applications for heavter-than-air, .
flight training are now being accepted ] "Lady (holding out a cookie to Chiefs of Naval Air Advanced
from fully qualified candidates a dog) : "Speak, speak" Training Naval Air Basic Train-
it was announced recentlyin / Little dog; "What'll I say?" ing, Naval Air Technical Training,
and Naval Air
Reserve Training,
Personnel Officer's Memorandum
246. "Ah wins." Rear Admiral F. D. Wagner, Chiefof
"What got?" Naval Air Training, pointed out
Applicants must meet the following I you
that the time
basic requirements: "Three aces. has come to reestablish
(a) Must have completed fouror I "No you do>n't. Ah wins.'' peace-time standards of
more academic semesters in an "What you got?" deportment and discipline.
accredited college or university. I "Two eights and a razor." Among the lapses of conduct
(b) Be on actve duty an as en- "You shore do. How come you mentioned by Admiral Wagner,
listed man in any class or rating' so lucky?" are: failure to salute, untidy uniform

in the Navy or Naval Reserve. I unbuttoned coats, income
(c) Be less than 23 years of age "Well, bless my wool," said the plete uniforms, improper haircuts,
on date application i III submitted.d I I ram as he plunged over the cliff. hands in pockets, hats and caps!
( ) Be unmarried and agree to "I didn't see that ewe turn." tilted, and unmilitary conduct of
junior officers in officers' clubs.
remain unmarried until commis
sioned. Helen: "Where have been ------ -
\ you
ing over to the barracks to
(e) Be a male citizen of the I keeping yourself?" mine. I got two sea-bags full. see
United States. Mabel
: "And just what makes -
(f) Must agree to remain on active I you think I've been keeping myself
duty for four years from time rooSKD Chief to seaman: "Is that your
candidate is assigned status of -- cigarette butt on the deck ?"
'iN Pay i Aviation Cadet. : I've added those figuresup Seaman: "It's yours if you wantit.
/ The Station Educational Officer ten times, sir You saw it first"

located in Bldg. 934 topside, the Officer: Good work!
> memo stated, will screen all applicants SKD: Here are the ten answers, Sic: "Seen Edwards 'n the lash
CLYTOX""i 1'. IlOA1DMAseaman first class, of Augusta, Ga. consult division officers con- sir. hour an' half?"
(left) and Comdr. William P Rag l1ale, of Boston Mass., will make cerned, and make arrangementsfor Bartender: "Yes, he' was here."
up 'part of the NAS Jax six man team, which will compete In the administration of the Flight Sic: Say Doc, the chief sent me Sic: "Didja notUh. whether I
Sunny South Skeet Championship In Miami on Feb. 22, 23 and 21. Aptitude Tests. Candidates who down here cause he thinks I'm nuts was with him?"
The chevron-filled jacket they hold represents the myriad championships pass this examination will be interviewed and just because I like pancakesso
Comdr. Rugsdale holds from top-flight skeet matches all ) by a flight training much. As she was pouring a drink,she
over the country. Boardman, only 19 years old, has been winning'national board. Applications of successful Doc: That's nothing,I like them told him to say when and he said
sub-junior and junior championships since he was a mere' candidates will then be lubmitted myself. he'd like to have a couple of drinks
lad of 10/ to BuPers for final action Sic: You do? How about com first. '

t ,.,,-w'-.I., ". '"

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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 21 February, 1946-


W -5 G. Washington A ManLike GUARDING OUR FRONTIERS .t.' ,

most great men of earlier days who I -t>.
Cditortai Offices have down to "r'
us as shadowy legends '"
Office of Public Information, Room 221
made up of fact, fiction, and fantasy, George \
Administration Annex, Bldg. Oat ;-..
Telephone Extension 8542Lt. Washington has long ago lost human quality .. >

Corodr. .!. F. Kelly, USSR Public Information OfBcer for most of us. He has become a strange fig- r

Lt. (jf) E. A. Shipley. U NR. Editor-tn-Chief ure of perfection who spent his youth as the ..'
The JA.Alk NKVVs: U imDlisnea weekly at the U. S. '
Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Florida by the Office ol central figure of tall tales, his middle years ..i

Public Information at no expense to the government and 1945.Copes 1 Ir. as land-owner, general, and man of affairs, ....:,
with Secnav Circular Letter 45-526. 28 May \'" ,,"
are distributed free of charge at the Naval All and his late years as Father-President of his oS ,.'-,
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center the ",
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Com t' .
mend Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Naval Who doesn't remember the stiff litle fig- a Y. 4 t
Air Gunners' School the U. S. Naval Hospital and the
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mayport ure with axe in hand and cherry tree beside

Captain Anthony R. Brady USN Commanding him, or the tall erect figure of a General

Jacksonville Naval Air Station crossing the Delaware, or the stern ho/seman

Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. CommandingNaval brooding upon his white horse at Valley I'W
Air I Technical Training Center Forge? The legends have obliterated the .

Captain Clarence U.J.S.Brown Naval(Hospital MC) USN Commanding man. The breathing, thinking individual who i {1,

had to make difficult decisions, who had mo- ... 2 Ca \

Captain Naval Maurice Personnel M. DeWolf Separation USNR CenterLt. Commanding ments of bleak despair, and who must have 1

: felt himself much too small for the responsi-
Col. Alexander A. Vandegrlft.; ; Jr., USMC Commanding
Marina Barrack bilities that were forced upon him has been '

Commander Robert Peddern USNR Commanding lost in the bright glare created by the biog- :% /

Naval Air Gunners School raphers and historians.It's .

Commander Naval Auxiliary Howard Air E. Born Station USN., Cecil Commanding Field too bad that Washington, the :Man, t)

has been lost. It would help our modern lead-

Commander Auxiliary John B. Huhn.Air Station USNR Mayport CommandingNaval ers if they could have known him. Too often \' .

their daily tasks must seem too great, their .;;
Capt. Marvin L. Seidel. USMCR. Lti
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe decisions too far-reaching. The late President .. \

JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service Roosevelt and the man who succeeded him .
and Ship's Editorial Association material. Republication have been confronted with problems that 1
of credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS 'Gt1
War Department 205 E. 42nd St.. N.Y.C.. or SEA, Washington must inevitably determine the present and
25, D. C. Republication of any other matter, future welfare of humanity, but they are de- )
except by service publications. Is prohibited without
permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. nied the comfort of knowing that other falli- .... ........
ble men who lived before them underwentthe

The Navy Is ReadyWith same turmoil and doubt. According to GUARDING our world frontiers will be the job of a vast Navy

the legend, those early men who charted the system proposed in Washington last week. The plan calls for 53
bases in the Pacific end Atlantic oceans, hundreds of carrierpaced -
strike troubles and strike settlements world and set the precedents were super-en- overseas
combat thousands of planes and 558,000 enlisted
filling; the nation's newspapers, the dowed and subject to none of the human cer- men and officers.

American people may have failed to note tainties : they sat upon lonely peaks and ran .

the Navy's recent presentation before a Senate I the world with sure- hands. But according too :

committee of a long-range security program ; what few common-sense accounts have Navy ReliefContinued I r BOOK SHELF I .

destined to safeguard this country in come down to us, those same men actually resembled from One
he event of future aggressive acts. very little the myths that have been
ected $5.95 for a grand total of "AMEKICA IS WEST" Is
an an-
Last week of
Secretary the Navy Forres- created about them.
,al Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz and thology of middle-western life and
From Washington's birthday February
Still to be heard from are outlying -
literature edited by John T. Flan
ather Navy leaders appeared before the Senate 22, 1732 to his birthday anniversary tomor- fields whose contributionsare :
A of life
pageant regional
' Naval Affairs Committee and outlined row is the space of 214 years. If he could lumped together with the agan.
just what the Navy plans to do to amounts raised here. It was also covering three hundred years is
protectthe have been around as advisor or central figure ,
pointed out that the present total presented in stories of the Indian,
United States from the threat of atomic world's turmoil in the 19th and
during the be revised
may upward as some the frontiersman, the farmer, and
ind robot-controlled bombs. 1 20th centuries, it's probable that the myth of contributions are still trickling in. the industrialist. '1

The senators were given the complete George Washington would long since have NAS' alone last year contributed I .

Navy picture including plans for the divisionof been exploded. His enemies would have be- $6,171.57 to Navy Relief and the the Laid southwestern against a New background tidewater of I,
total for 1945 Jersey *
was $15-
the Navy into two major fleets, the estab- come increasingly vocal. But the benefit of 677.92.A country, "SCUDDA-1100:

lishment of 53 overseas bases the operationof mind brain and judg-
George Washington's breakdown of contributionsby SCL'DUA-IIAY:" by Chamberlain, .t

319 active combat ships, the maintenanceof ment would have been available to us. departments as reported by the is light entertainment in the formof .r

an air arm of 3,731 planes and a service Would we have the intelligence to avail Jacksonville Auxiliary follows: a love story about an ambitious '

complement of 500,000 enlisted men and 58- ourselves of that brain or would we say A A R DEPARTMENTNaval young lad, his girl, and a pair of K
000 officers. Actually 1,079 ships will be Personnel! handsome mules.
again, as we have said before, "That man is :
available to the fleet including those vessels Accessories! Division .. .134 S' "THE FOXES OF HARROW is
I alive today, subject to the same food short- Administration Division .. is'so
in the ready reserve and others in berthingareas the weather conditions and the Assembly Division ... 21.811 a period romance about Stephen
age, same Electronic Division! ... j'oo Fox the gambler who made his
similar to the at Green Cove
one same human ailings as we are, so how couldwe Emergency Repair ... eiM plantation great in ante-bellum
Springs. Engine Overhaul .... ....... 43.25
ourselves to his leadership? Louisiana. Other
trust Engineering Division ... 22.00 new fiction titles
Secretary Forrestal and Admiral Nimitz Finish and Fabric Division....'.. 10.65 include "THE STREET" by Ann
emphasized the need for the 53 overseas n -- KliKht Teat Division .......81.30 Petry and \VILIJ CALENDAR' '''':
Interim Overhaul ... t\'M
bases. With these bases, they said, this coun- Machine Uivl.Ion ....... 1940 by Libbie Block t'l.
try would always be ready for "immediate Metals Division ....." igoo Another new book for house .
] Ordnance Division ... 2.50 planners is "THE HOOK 01"HOUSI'S" "'
advancement of our forward lines" to quickly hyrwn5 x Overhaul Control Diviiion ....'.''.'. t402 by Dean and Breines.
Personnel lvl.lon ... 32.25 1
stem any hostile move. The bases, 33 in Planning DivUlon ....". 29.75 In this volume more than 100 .j
the Pacific and 20 in the Atlantic, would include News ondVieitts f rnrnSk tior Plant Production MvUIon Branch......', 88.10 houses of all types and styles ';y
Division .
the following: Structure DivUion ...?. Joioo ranging in cost from $5,000 to ;'
I $10,000 are shown complete with
PACIFIC : Pearl Harbor as the main naval Total Naval Personnel l ...1436.37 photographs, plans, cost factors
base, major operating bases in the Guam- Civilian Personnel .. ,., ..iiTJ. and details.If .
T UI A R .. :.. ..MM.ri
Saipan area and at Manus Island. Secondary your taste runs to murder and a.\

operating bases in the Ryukyus, the Philip- By Chaplain R. L. StamperThe AVIATION TRAINING mystery try one of the new "who- Wi'
ADU .. .S 17.M dunits" added to the library collection -
pines, Samoa, Midway Island, Kodiak and words "Accentuate the Positive" be- Aviation Trainin .'.'... 28.75 uTilE FIFTH "
IATU .......... recently:
Attu. Air bases air fields and fleet anchorages
came familiar to us in a recent song. The Operations VM ........ 181.71 MAN" by Manning Coles "THE "f
would be distributed in these areas with spirit of the words was emphasized by our VSB VPD Squadron 71.60 UNSUSPECTED" by Charlotte :.\

Balboa at the Pacific end of the Panama Ca- Savior who was an aggressive religious leader squadron 703.20 Armstrong "MURDER WITHIN t, '
nal submarine base. Total Aviation Training .11,222.44 MURDER" by Frances and Rich- ;
as a of
and teacher. His teachings were a ard Lockridge, "DEAD ON ARRI ; 1
ATLANTIC CARIBBEAN: Roosevelt "do not" nature. His constant EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT VAL" by "OUT OF
negative or haplalni Division .. 140. .f.o George Bagby, iJ. l'
Roads in the Puerto Rico area as a main op- invitatjons "come unto me" or "go ye" were Executive Office ... ."? 3070 CONTROL" by Bayard Kendrick. .! ;"
erating base with secondary bases at Guan- Publie Information .. S'BO ::1 ,.'
filled with moving robust positive challenge.This .
Ship Service ......"!. 1278 'f ..tt1JiuinrSrruicrs
tanamo, Cuba; Trinidad ; San Juan, Puerto principle is as true today as ever be- Tran Special, Device ....... .. 11.70

Rico; Coco Solo, Canal Zone ; Bermuda and fore. Our religion must be a strong, robust WAVE rortaton unit! .... ..:;; 18.00 8.00; ){

Argentia, Newfoundland. A submarine base religion. Christian men are protected and Total" l Executive Department .IlIsTlS
is planned for St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands strengthened by a healthy sturdy faith in Service for Sunday February 21. JU' t'
COMMUNICATIONS DEPT. .... .13'.da .t the Station Chapel, Birminghamand .
with air bases and air strips spottedat God. Such men are busy, and busy men are INSPECTION DEPT. ;. .... .' .172.80 Muslin Avenue
strategic points. MARINE BKS. (Main Side) ....8113.84 Protestant
not endangered by damaging temptations.Our MEDICAL DEPT . . .. .. .$1957 0730Huly Communion! -Chaplain E.
Admiral Nimitz stated this system of exhibi- ORDNANCE & GUNNERY ... .. ..U4.50 W. Andrew
overseas bases centers for our carrier- religion is not a religion for PERSONNEL .... ...... .'28.10 0930- -NATTO Service-Chaplain E. W. ,.
tionists who carry their religion on their fin- PERSONNEL RELATIONS ?.... .18.00 Andrew. .
paced fleets-would make it "very difficult"for P1iYS. TR. II WELFARE ........S72.20 1045-Divlne Services-Chaplata Fran- '
ger tips. There is no reason to dazzle others PUBLIC WORKS .. ....S57.4: da Lee Albert::
an enemy to attack this country with with our display of religious fervor. To serve PUBLICATIONS OFFICE .,,,,., .S $.00 1815-Venper Hour-Chaplain C. W. ,1:
atomic bombs.Admitting. SUP. &: ACCT. DEPT.
God we must serve our fellow man, and to Aviation Sup Of School .115.go Divine gervlct for Colored Personnel .
that the Navy's plan for safe-
Commissary Pep t .$19.00 Building 804
this will be expensiveItwill do this we must stay busy. Religion as Chris- Commissary Store 17.18 1430-Chaplaln B. C. Gilbert.
guarding country tians know it is serious business and de- S-2 Division .......... 1000 Sunday School
cost $5,073,000,000 during the next year S-8 Divl.lon ....,... ..40.50 0030-Small Chapel-Chaplain B. C.
mands the time and interest of men and wo- Supply "*|,t. Office 39.U Gilbert.
Forrestal told the Senate
Secretary com- Catholic l,
mittee: men mentally and physically alert.If Total Sup. t Acct. Dept. .....|14t.81 0630-OH30-MH Mass. ,

"I cannot help but feel that if this coun- we would honor God, therefore, let us YARD DEPARTMENT 0830-Mam. ..

try in the present state of the world, goes do it by doing our chosen work well. It is our Docks & Ferries .it.on 1100-Hnrh 1700MaM.An Mat.
Yard Office . ..I'. ..
Christians to along with fel- '.25
back to bed, we don't deserve to survive. duty as get our Outdoor Nursery tat .mall
low man, not a privilege to be carelessly handled Total Yard Department .. ..ss.n i maintained between 010 and 1209.Week
Total NAS .!. .12,812.8
Cuba must know that there are a large COMMANDS Day Rcliflou Service ;.f
number of sweet-toothed Americans. She By accentuating the above mentioned SEPCEN .... ............THAN..NAS.159.97 Jtwi.h KeliKloui Service and Ftllewahip Hour
wants to force the U.'S. into buying 50 per Christian principles, we shall realize a greater IIOSPITAL' ... .... ..$388.40 1800Friday( In the Small Chapel.
.. .
cent of her sugar. She knows that if she does satisfaction from our spiritual living. He NATfCenter .. ............. ...8nO.50 352.40 1901)J Meeting Saint(Wednewlny Service ) In
not cash in on a long-term deal now, when who honors God by devotion to honest serv- POW Camp ....| 4B5 In Small Chapel. !
there is a world sugar shortage, she will lose.out. I ice and to those whom he serves, will enjoy I Totnl outside command ,...l,07&23 1830-(Young Tburaday M/)n'e ChapUU Bible Clae.E.,.6. Coy-

. I II a positive, healthy religious experience. GRAND TOTAL ,13.687.78 lor. 't"




21 February, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five

AIDS. FABRIC'--_WORK' 10. _ArIl.I:>

1 Machine Dh'lslon-We find we

Wagons To BeDiscontinued have some fame in the Machine bashful chief Rosenmund. The

Division! Peter Van Ekelenberghas game really gets exciting and

returned to work after two they are very anxious to prove

years with the Fouth Division Ma- their superiority. Is ther any other -

rines of Iwo Jima fame. He was that would care to challenge

All canteens and lunch wagons one of the twelve to return out of I, them On the other side of the

_operated by the Civilian Cafeteriawill two hundred and fifty in his unit hangar a game of badminton is going -

__ __ be discontinued effective 4 I We are very proud and happy to on with such famous playersas

March, It was announced yesterday have him back We are glad to Lt. Mills. Ensign McFaul is in

by the Employees' Associationfor I have Casey Dinkins back as a civilian 'there also, playing a wonderfulnet

Civil Service Employees. He was with us as a chief. game, we expect him to be

Decision to cease operation of Mr. Brune of the grinding section signing up with the pro's before

1 the canteen and lunch wagon service is a happy though puzzledman II long. We lost one of our best players -

I maintained by the Cafeteriawas as he has just learned that when Lt. Smelenski was trans-

reached at a conference he is cutting his third set of teeth. ferred to Engine Overhaul.We .

i among the officers of the Association That's somethtlng to be proud of all gripe a lot over here, but

and Captain AnthonyR. Slim Tyler was surprised witha when it comes down to brass

Brady, Commanding Officer, on birthday party 10 February tacks, we are pretty proud of

13 February. A study of an analysis plenty of fun, eats, and presents.He Emergency Repair. Come over and

on the overall operation by a blew out all 35 of the candles. see it for yourself some time.

Certified Public Accountant had We hope you have many more Electric Shop-Roger and El-
previously indicated that the operating birthdays, Slim.
aine Chamberlain are the proud
loss suffered by the Cafeteria & Mr. Gilburg, our senior supervisor parents of a son. Elaine says she
for the past seven months last week and is
resigned now has someone to do her me-
could be traced largely to these missed throughout the division chanical work for her We hate

services, the Board of Directors Ernest Gill's presence is also miss- to see Shorty Nickerson leave, but
stated.As ed around the shop since his resig-
he wants to be a school boy again
the Civilian Cafeteria is the
nation last week.Emergency .
and will attend Electronics schoolin
sole of the Enployees'
responsibility Repair-The person- Chicago Don't forget the
Association, and the assets ; nel of Emergency Repair has dwin- Red Cross. It needs your help.
of the Association are considered
dled down considerably and now
Plant Division-Another veteran -
to to all civilian
we can keep all the latest news
Clarence P. Carman principal
employees of the Naval Air Station ,
coming. This is a small but mighty
_'R" """' '-'lf''''*'" ". = -- it felt that Association draftsman, has recently started
LOMAX A. OSBORNE of the Finish and Fabric Shop, pictured funds, should was not be permitted to part of A & R. A smart muster is working in the engineering sec-

above with his tool, "Wrench Dill Lok Rivet Fastener," which per- be depleted by continuance of the being )geld daily under the directionof tion. He entered the service in the
fected the process of recovering and applying cloth coverings on canteens and lunch wagons. leading chief, T. E. Harris, Jr. Navy in 1943, and has been in action -

the wings of Corsair F4U type airplanes, has received two cash (Curly some of us call him). Chief in the Okinawa campaign .
While this curtailment will Inconvenience
awards of five suggestions offered to the Beneficial Suggestion Com Harris holds our attention and the Lloyd Campbell has returned to

mittee. Osborne has a new idea under consideration of the committee a large number of employees muscle-bound sailors really turn work after being absent on sick

I "Method: of Cutting Fabric Pinked, Edge Tape." it is believed that the out a good day's work. leave for two weeks. He was seriously -
benfits of a permanent
insuring ,
--yoo --- -- ----- There will be some changes injured in an accident.
centrally-located feeding establishment made in Emergency Repair. Hats
Administration and Personnel -
Cafeteria will far
like the
off to Julia A. Steel, who just
Fastener SuggestionAids outweigh the immediate hardship Miss Barbara Merck spent last
made Chief Aviation Machinist
caused by the elimination of the week-end in Miami again. There
Mate. No more red skivy shirts, must be some unknown attraction
canteens and
Association wagons. purple anklets and salty dungarees down there for we hear she really
The as
Employees' chief-get the uniform andyou'd
had fun.There.
sumed control and operation of
Former ProcessThe better bring along an extra
the Civilian Cafeteria last August suit because something tells me were so many surprises
following numerous complaintsthat around the office Valentine's day
that you are going to have a nice
development of the "Wrench Dill Lok Rivet Fasten- the private contractor was cool bath in the St. Johns. that we were all wondering what
not providing quality food at reasonable would happen next. Bertie Quina
er" perfected by Lomax A. Osborne of the Finish and Fabric Another new chief is Durzell
prices, and that high wonders who her unknown admirer -
Shop,Assembly and Repair department, in collaboration with standards of cleanliness and serv Shepherd. Come, bring on the can- is that left a box of candy on

. E. B. Hines has speeded up the process of installing fasteners ice were not being maintained.At dy and cigars! Speaking of candy Jr., her desk. Miss Brooks wonders

and of cloth covering on the time the Asnsociation we'll soon be getting plump, as how she could be supervisor of so
used in the recovering
Teske is planning to tie the knot
took over the operation of the many nice people that leave huge
the wings of Corsair F4U type airplanes and has made the Cafeteria it had to spend a con soon with. a cute little gal. heart-shaped boxes of candy on

operation easier to perform. siderable part of its funds to replace Chief Feken proudly announcesthe her desk at lunch time.

Osborne, leadingman of the Finish and Fabric Shop, is a overhaul, and recondition birth of an eight pound boy to Mrs. Virginia Meagher and her

suggestor who has received two cash awards out of five suggestions much of the plant equipment and keep lations him, Feken.awake nights. Congratu- husband, Bill, are leaving us this

the Beneficial Suggestion Committee.lIe the galley. here. week. Virginia has been in the
submitted to There is a sad sight over
It out that the Employees'
was pointed
time section for
: several months
under consideration on, "The Our Yeoman Gloria Rlvault is suf-
also has a new suggestion Association is incorporated and she and her good services will

Method of Cutting! Fabric Pinked Edge Tape." under Florida laws as a non fering the effects to of although dischargitis.she be greatly missed The time section -
She is go
lie was born In Sanford, Ala, AI profit corporation, and that mem overheard to the sooner packed their picnic baskets

an early age, however, he moved I bers of the Board of Directors are the was better. It isn't say the good times and started out early to spend a
educated in SUPPLY civilian employees duly elected by at Gold Head Branch
to Georgia and was she will miss, nor the dates, it's jolly day
the public schools of Fitzgerald, ballot, serving without compensa-I the WAVES.We State Park last Saturday. It wasa
resident of Jacksonville tion, in addition to beautiful day and enjoyed -
Ga. Now a have strange things to workon everyone
C duties in their respective depart j
with Mrs. Os it.
he resides SALLIES ments. over here, everything from
borne and. their three children, PBY's to Jeeps. Right now it is RoseVojlck, Wave, was transferred

Mary Louise, 14, Barbara Annette I ccw a weird looking plane called "The last week to Washington.

8, and Lomax Jr., 9, at 3507 Dell-I Civilians Gave Goose" We collected the sum of Rose has been in the time section

wood Avenue.Osborne $21.35 for the Navy Relief and since December of 1944. Even

has had years of prac Leola Jones trust it helps a little. though she only has a short time
IJy To Relief Drive
tical experience in his chosen vo SURPRISE! SURPRISE!-Norma Noon hour in Emergency Repairis to remain in the Navy, we hope
cation, having served his appren an interesting sight to see. she will enjoy being In Washington
Wimberly (Stock Control) returned Contributions for the Navy Re-
ticeship as upholsterer with Leon There is the making of a good as much as we enjoyed having
three days' leave of the
from a Society some depart-
and Upholstering the NAS Jax.
ard Auto Painting I volley ball team under her aboard
of Georgia and with the C, absence announcing )her marriageto ments on the station were received
Harvey Royal, employed at the from civilian employees duringthe
Paint and Upholstery
Priebe Auto
Company. He then moved to Jacksonville Assembly and Repair Department. drive, which ended 15 Febru- MANHOLE LIFTER-UPPER .
married in Atlanta, Ga.
where he has been connected They were i
with various And speaking of weddings, Stock of the Navy Relief Society

concerns-for as upholsterer two with Control was well represented at is rendered only to Military
the auto Brooks-Gillespie Chrysler Motor I the recent marriage of Helen Holland personnel and their dependents,, .

and later for eight and Herbert Cartwrlght. Hel and all donations by civilian em-
Company I I en was a beautiful bride dressed in ployees were gratefully rec h'ed.
Ford Motor Com-
with the .
years I brides .
ivory satin! Ophelia Sapp,
Jacksonville. i
.pany of entered Civil Service emI I maid, wiw dressed in blue net.

ployment when he received an appointment Prior to leaving this city to join INSIDE
her husband in Miami, Barbara
at the
as upholsterer ,, Black entertained the Personnel PUBLIC WORKS
Naval Air Station, Pensacola, and
Service' Records section with a wiener

holds a permanent Civil He was roast at the home of her sister- Hy Ethel M. Shanahan
status at that activity.
". to NAS Jax as lead- in-law, :Margie Stovall (known to Cleda Hitch (Contact) came

... transferred in May 1941 I all at Yellow Water). Fun was had around to say good-bye the other

Uigman 'upholsterer commis by all and food was plentiful! day before leaving to join her famIly -
;, before this activity was
' '. l It was with regret: that we bid in Miami for a visit.

;sioned., His .partlclu'1ar'work.. has to do Hugh Corley good-by recently., The scrutinizing of lunch cardsto

with construction, alteration and Hugh was another ole-timer who match badges at the NATTC

of all types of uphol- had been with this departmentsince Civilian Mess forced certain peo-
seats, 1942. Hugh's health hadn't ple to patronize the Ship's Service -
such as airplane
cushions mattresses, crash pads, been too good for a while, so he Oh! how they missed those
cockpit decided to take that much needed bountiful noon day dinners! A few
safety belts, wing covers,
and other accessories of rest! days later, however, they received I
covers, fab- FAMILIAR SIGHTS 'ROUND cards to match their badges andeverything
and various
leather canvas '
rics. He, is also connected with the AND 'BOUT Raymond Brary is again serene.A ,' ':<
of sewing ma- (delivery) bicycling his way to sign appeared on the bulletin "
operation power and con- and from work each day the board-the kind of a cat you depicted '

chines tructlon and of parachutes.In the repair. gatherings at the public address when you first started to .i:,<: ",t$> ",

addition to the award he received system during lunch hour Katie draw. It was very aptly captioned, ..... ---- --
Davis, Sadie Standford, Doris "Don't forget," with an arrow to
for the "Wrench Dill Is the
I "IIAXllV-DANDY Manhole Top Lifter-Upper" name givento
Daniel Sharpe and othertimeclerks said "Kitty! She takes care
Fastener." Osborne won a Ivey, invented E. T
clockcardsto and the returns were the new puller for liftinggrates from manholes by
collecting flowers, etc.,
.Rivet for his "Collar Clamp-" see who's here and who's on getting slim. Manley of Public Works. This puller is used by E. P. Thompson,
Ing Test for Wading Suits. This ) is right, during a preventive investigation survey conducted by the .
leave. Emily Freer trying to locate Mr. H. H. Elarbee (Design
Idea Is now being considered additional by rides and riders for the car- seriously ill in the hospital, after Public Works Design Section. Manley, pictured at the left, is in

Washington for an pool club In this department. being out with the flu. The balmy charge of the party assisted by O. G. Griffis, center, and Thompson,

award. Finishand NEWS OF FORMER EMPLOYEES spring weather tempted him to go tight The manhole and catch basin grates are usually sealed with

A popular member of -Saw the little four weeks- for a ride last week-end as he expected .sand, tar, or cement, and in most cases are impossible to pull by
Fabric, Osborne is always work to start main strength or prise open with pick or shovel. The invention of
and willing to old son, Vincent Rio,.3rd, of Fran- to be back at
ready for new ideas solu- ces Dudley Rio the other day. A the new week. A friend driving the the new device makes the job quick and in some cases, where other

tions assist that and arise develop in his problem work His tine little man too! Frances is remembered Elarbee car struck a soft shoulderin methods fail, is the only method for pulling the cover unless a motor

under consider- as the Captain's secre- the road down near Gren Cove, crane is used.
current suggestion
-- -- ----
ation will, no doubt, be followed by tary before her resignation last turning the car over and seriously ,-Note-the requester was not a Question: "Next to a beautiful

many more. This Interest In thedally year Had a letter from Sylvia injuring Mr. Elarbee. friend and the new game Is to follow -
of Timekeeping Station WJHP played a selection girl, what do you consider the
Mitchell (formerly
routine of Finish ai } Fabric clues and track him down.
raised Osborne to the position of ) the other day. Says "Hey" to by request dedicating it to the most interesting thing In the

special leadingman in January of all. Gertrude Hagerty (formerly boys in building 451, the noon-day "Duffy" Quinn (vault' ) has some world?" F
to lunchers! The mystery Is, who is help again ,and are they gettingthe
until the of Shipping) sent postcard
1944. He held this rating Answer: "Brother, when I'm next ,
due to the that she is enjoying work and the requester? Also the selectionwas business Reason very

cessation recent' reorganization of hostilities, when he resumed weather gay In California, just fine. ,played at 0630 but the repercussions attractive WAVES Mary Majesc- to a beautiful"girl 1 don't bother
zak and Wills. with statistics.
felt nevertheless Betty
the rate of leadingman., Gertrude transferred, San Pfdro. were

Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS t SECTION 21 February, 1946


Flores Holiday Gives Personnel ChanceTo

I The Executive Officer Visit Famous Florida Spots .

CiMiulr. Robert 1*. Beebe USN
While cruising around the Pa- Personnel
i 'I Department
cific on the Saratoga, I sometimesput
Will Grant
out a column which dealt

'--' IUHAT TO DO! IUHERE TO GO! mostly with the history and possibilities i To Cover Long TripsWhy
I of the places we were visit
ing. Unfortunately, or fortunately, !Nt ATT C en not go to Miami this week

MOVIE SCHEDULE depending on the point of view, I end? The personnel at NATTC
NATTC stays put and offers little who are able to take advantage of
Tlnmsu.GIRL ON THE SPOT with Lois Collier and Jes
I opportunity for that sort of writ- i"I three non-working days will havean
Barker. 1800 and i
I 2000. Ing. But from time to time things opportunity to visit many ofFlorida's
FRIDAY ABILENE TOWN, starring Anne Dvorak and Randolph:1 come up which should be gotten favorite and famous ace-
SA Tt'RI>.\-ABILENE TO. 'N. 1430 and 1730. Broadcast from I across to all hands and the paper nic spots. And legally.

2000 to 2030, featuring the Separation Center Orchestra. Another show, looks like a good way to supplement Personnel will be granted leaveon

,after broadcast at 2045. the ordinary methods of putting I what' would otherwise be liberty

MJNDAVDEADLINE AT DAWN, starring Susan Hayward and out the word. leave time to visit these scenic .... .
Paul Lukas. 1430 1800 and 2000.
in Florida which
The subject today is Fire spots are beyond ,
MONDAY S. 1UES.DAY-SCARLETT STREET with Edward G. WalchcH. Things seem to run in cycles can not tell a lie," said Georgeas I the 200 mile limit. Personnel are
Robinson and Joan Bennett. 1800 and 2000. he admitted the Valen-
enjoying warned out of
Recently there have been against traveling
MEI>:MSI: >-RETURN OK FRANK JAMES, starring Henry three men on the report for improper tine Dance. "Oneof the best that bounds without proper authorization -
Fondi and Gene 1800 and 2000.) I've attended. ":
Tierney. I performance of duty on fire because if an accident should .
Tliri.sl,\\'-- USO SHOW "Ern st Lee and His All Girl Orcheswatch. In addition there have Even if our friend George did occur their National Life Insurance '

tra. been three reports for violation of not attend the big dance held last policy would be invalid.
------- smoking restrictions in barracks Thursday in the Auditorium, ev- Traveling up to 200 miles for not

THINGS TO DO-ABOARD bunks, one of which actually resulted ery one else must have been there over 48 hours is granted by means
in a fire Now this is just plain and will admit it was one of the of only a special request. And there
SWIMMING Daily Indoor Pool, Recreational Period for all Naval l carelessness and I want to point beat. And all thanks to the com- are a score of famous resorts an

Personnel and their guests, Monday through Friday-1200 to 1300; I lout. how serious it could be. bined effort of the Dance Committee scenic places within the 80 mil:.,

S.lturday-0900 to 2100, Sunday 1230! to 2100. I In my opinion, the fire watch is and the Welfare Department. limit which includes Daytona
tiOLI1-Station Couis Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all per- the most important watch on the WAVES Jeanette Kahle and Sue Beach, Silver Springs, Orlando and
sonnel. Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Audi- station. And the reason for it is Hoover, MAAs in the Barracks are Tallahassee.To .
torium; Monday through Saturday --1000-1700. ; Sunday-1030 to 1700. this: There are thousands of to thank for making the corsagesof go to Miami by train coats
HOWLING Six Alleys behind Ship's Servbice available to all personnel wooden barracks buildings in the red roses given to each girl attending only $9.20 furlough. Trains: leavein

Monday through Friday; 1000 to 2000; Saturday-1130 to 1730. Army and Navy throughout the Jo Lubben came through the morning at 0910 1005. and
Free bowling If you set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. country today. Some of these have with most of ideas about decorating 1100, arriving in Miami at 1555,
I MUSIC-Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, burned. I KNOW OF NO CASEIN and giving the proper atmos 1745, and 1825! respectively. A
t contact Hagen, Ext. 280.TENNISRacquets. WHICH A BARRACKS HAS phere. I streamliner leaves Miami daily at
and balls available at Physical Training Bldg. BURNED AT NIGHT WITH MEN Speaking of cherry trees and 1720 arriving in Jacksonville at

513. SLEEPING IN IT THAT SOME- Washington's birthday we ,2355.
IIOSTK.-.S HOUSE-Open daily 1500 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday ONE WASN'T KILLED. Think should, you know, for tomor- Trains leave for Ocala. (Silver
1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. that over when you have this important row is the holiday. Jerry McGowan Springs) at 0845: and 0900, arriv-
NATTC J.lBltA.t\-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through duty or are tempted to Ig- Bob Mathys and Sandy Handy- I ing there at 1050 and 1105. The
Friday-0930 to 2100; Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100. nore the restrictions on smokingthat side of the Dental Section, all are only train leaving there in the eve-
have been set from too. Sandywas ning is at 1650 arriving Jax, 191().
ATIIii.KTIC: ; CEAK -Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training up expe- celebrating birthdays,
Dept., Bldg. MS. rience. There is no use saying, "It very surprised by a party given Roundtrip furlough Is $2.55.
f won't happen here." The only way her Sunday complete with cake Buses leave the bus station at
to be sure is eternal vigilance.The and ice cream. 204 W. Bay St. for Silver Springsand :
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE at 0500 and
fire watch is designed to Hjr th.'aiY., a day of fun Is St. Petersburg
r The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and safeguard all hands living in the planned for the OMeers on :March 0900. The 0900 bus arrives in Oca-
Market Sheets, sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to barracks. More than any other se- 2. All Officers attached to NATTCand la at 1204. Buses leave at 1425: ,
2.130.; Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are curity measure it is YOUR watch their families are Invited to 1830 and taking a later bus at
invited. and each man has a stake In see- attend a picnic out at Gold Head 2215 you would arrive back in Jax

'JACKSONVILLE'' : 11EACIIK.V: Buses leave at frequent intervals ing it Is stood properly. Think it Branch State I'ark, Saturday, I at 0120(
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand over. I :March 2. Chow Mill be at 1430 and I St. Augustine and Daytona
other recreation at one of world's finest ocean breaches. Bus I IO buses leave from in front of Illd. Beach buses- leave every. two hourson
i odd hour ,
fare 25c. 500 at 1000 and 1100, returning at the
NA\'\' MOlllEKi HOSTESS IlUlJS}:, 101 East Church Street. 1800 and 1900. Boating Softballand Another famous resort, which is

l.sO;: L'}; TnS; at 122 West Forsyth Street, above Blanding Bus dam-ing\ Mill be the order of nationally advertised, is Sea Island
Station Church and Newnan Streets; 311 West Duval Street. USO the day. I Georgia: this Is just a few

WOMi::.';'S DIVISION 43 West Monroe Street. 2'1 4tltIaS After reading the new column miles from Brunswick and buses
in the
leave for there mornings
CANOEING: risllINU, AND BOATING: Cedar River on SanJua.i \I from the Exec's Office, I remem- !

Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on I AMERICA'SFAVORITE bered the story someone told I: So, why 0915 not and take 1130. advantage of

San Juan. Row Boats two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor about the barracks burning down; I Washington having a
0.la t... $2.00 per hour, the to eight people per boat. "Was anyone hurt?" "Just the fire and the for
iio.siit.u: : HIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA- watch couldn't wake him birthday
i we up \La
of the country
which this part
BLCo::!. Both I located out San Juan Avenue Facilities available for Hay J JOHNNYLONG!) In time." famous. If it is too late to make

Rid'J. Tuesday morning over at Ship's arrangements for this week-end,
---- -- Service the line just grew and I there are always those long week-
| List Grows Longer grew. It's funny, when about five ends.
people line up waiting for some- I .
I As More Personnel
1 : thing. In about 15 minutes a crowd | Famous last words: : But, air, I

11A. I Leave for Home I will gather to see why. Tuesdaythe can't be transferred. I'm next on
A word was WHITE SHIRTS. I the list for "Forever Amber."
Familiar faces are rapidly van- & White shirts? Yes, and the line

ishing around NATTC as pointsare had extended into Snug Harbor be- Lives there a sailor,
lowered and personnel take HIS for the doors opened. I So completely abnormal :
SHIP'SCOMPANY oft for home and those civilian A. Furdella, who newly acquired That he can't be stirred ,<

lothes ORCHESTRANATTC another stripe, was busy By a low-cut formal?
PROFILES( [ To Miami: Rosemary Hall, Y3c! passing out Phillies as he sippedhis

To Terminal Island, California: morning cup. A dumb girl is a dope. A dopeis

I Dell Imagine, AO f3c.I' Auditol'iulllMarch The Police Force practically\ a drug. Doctors give drugs! to

This week the Ship's Company To Bremerton. Washington: all new fates! .sime about eight relieve pain. Therefore, a dumb
i ProniU was the recipient of the James Bennett, S2c. I : 2 Ulfi more of the .saltier member have I girl is just what the doctor ordered -
Presidential Unit citation with I' checked< out for that good old civilian .
I To Toledo, Ohio: Paul Sharaba,
bronze star during the Personnel life. Odds ,are being taken
Cox, James Russell, Cox, James
Inaction of the second duty section 2000-2100 a. to how soon and how many will Three men were repairing a tel-
Boh'ln, AEM3c.
list Saturday. re-enlist. The new members are ephone line. A woman driving
The citation was read by Lt. M. To Lido Beach, New York: Arthur from the GM: Division and ,KM;: along in her car saw the men
Dove. SpTlc.( ) climb the _
M. Fink and the award was pre- (
Robert P Beebe, To Bainbridge Maryland: Melvin ._ "Look at those silly fools," she
sented by Comdr. --- --- --- Welfare had lots of fun on thejr
Executive Officer NATTC. Blizzard, AOM3c. Charles Kopatich, Sic. picnic with two of the more en- remarked to her companion. 'From

Ch.et; Hujton received this To Sampson, N. Y.: George Sef- John Kritz, Sic, Royal Lefere thusiastic sailors ( Droll and Car- the way they're acting, you'd "think
I'd driven before
award while aboard the USS Enterprise tas AFClc Sic Kenneth Lindersnuth, AM3c, lisle) swimming for land when never a car

for his part in helping to I To Jacksonville, Fla.: James Henry Lutz, AEM2c, Elton Ma- their boat tipped. Yeoman: "What was, laat -
your .,
reinforce the land forces of the I Marcolivio, AEM2c Edward been, AM3c, Eugene Marino, AEM3c. Did you know that Johnny Long, job ; .,
First Marine Division "in success- I Drake, AOM2c, George Thornton, who comes here for a big dance I Boot: "Diamond cutter.:,' -r'. t

fully executing forced landing assaults AOMlc, Nelson Cline, AEM2c William McCann, S2c, Allen Mc- on Satu day night, March 2, is the I Yeoman "Oh, in the, Jewelry ,'
against the Japanese on Merlyn Tanner, AEM2c, Raymond Coig, AEM2c, Troy McK?lvey. AF- only left-handed violinist in popu- business?" .. -... OJ 9
Guadalcanal during the period Sincebaugh, AEM3c, Thomas Ste- Clc, Harry Minnich, AMMISc. lIar music His right hand was injured I Boot: "Nah, I trimmed the \ -' .- j
from the 7-9 of August helping I phenson, AEM3c Vance Mills, Clifford Morris, M3c, Robert Neff, when he was a child by a I I lawn at the ball park." II
rout the Japs and seize a most AEMlc, Bert Fish SC3c. Ralph' AM2c. John Meissel, ART2c, Wa- pig taking a generous bite at John- j: __ ___ _._____ u-
valuable base and airfield within Turner, Slc.planies Savage, AMMISc : ple Nix, Sic Thomas O'Connor, ny's extended lingers. Because he 1 of violinists. And when you hear
the enemy zone of operations in I Jack ..Fairbanks AEM2c, Donald AEMSc Gasper Pagnotta, AEM3c, had planned on being a musician 'I I his tone and technique, you will

the South Pacific" I Sinclair, AFClc, Lynn Martin, Marion Piper, Cox, Joseph Pope, since young enough to pick\ up a never think that he had to learnto
When Huston Sic, Richard Davis, Sic, Theodore'' AEM3c, Robert Priest, Sic, Albert violin, he practiced long and late I play that easily with hU left
was notified I Bauman, SCSc George Bell, Cox i iI Pugh, BM2c, Albert Raditz. AMM- to acquire the dexterity demanded hand.
Charles Avent. Sic William Ban-I ------ --- -
that he was to I' 3c Roy Richards, A1.IM3lPaul
IN croft, P1)2c, Betchen
receive this SpI Maury Rider AFClc I SCENIC SUGGESTIONS
AEM2c Lester Byrd, SpA)2c) I II
1 award he Peter Sanchez, AOM lc Don ,
couldn't figure I George Carlyon, AMM2c Ralph ','I''I'I ald Schuhart, AOMlc, Albert L' I--
Carney' AFCSc, Francis Carroll,
out when he Selig, AEM2c, Stephen Sipos. AE- .
BMlc: Doyle Chamber, AFC2c.'
was attached to I M2c. William Smith SIc Lloyd
the First Marine : William Christiansen, AEMSc Sprague, AMM3c Willham Stof- .
Division John Cison, SpI. A)2c. Charles' fers, AEM3c, Charles Thomas,
But it was all Clark, SIc Kenneth Croy AEM3c. I AOM2c Gudmundeer Thordarson w

very official Harry Crumley, AEMSc. Vincent < AEM2c, Edwin Tripp AEM2c. David
and he ) Eckert AOMSc I I Valverde Spl A)2cEari Ward
acknowledged the. fact that they Edward Endoin, Spi A)2c) Adrian I AMMSc Murray Wheatley, AOM
Faasse, AEMlc, James Fazalare
2c. Jack Williams, Sic.
helped to support them during this
AEM2c Francke AEM .
attack Benjamin .
I 3c, Floyd Frankson, AOM3c, James
Chief Huston whose home is in
Galloway AOM2c, John Gilbert!
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, joined the Sic Edgar Goodbrake CSkD Al- SON OF A GUN: This term In ;

Navy in December of 1933 and vin Goodchild, PtrSc Coy Hall, general use ashore as a form of
was aboard the USS Houston and Sic, John Hampsten, AM2c, Hezz address has its origin in an old I
spent five and one half years I Hudlow, AOM2c, Theodore Jose- custom of the sea. In the bygone '

aboard the USS Enterprise. He flak, AM2c, Lloyd Keedy, Sic, sailing days, British sailors were !
L joined the Enterprise when she I Benjamin Kolenda, AMMlc, permitted to keep their wives onboard BKACII ,.It\\'. "There's nothing like a day at the beach!" Bays ,

wu commissioned in 1938 and left ---- - -- ship. The term was used to Myrna Dell, new RICO actress. NATTC personnel finds such views
in,October, 1913, after taking partin I ing Chief at the Aviation Fundamental refer to children of the hardy tars as the one pictured above within easy distance of the base. Busses'
at least ten major battles. i I School and lives with his and their mates born alongside the leave from downtown ever half hour for Jacksonville Beach and
At present he Is the acting lead- ', family In Dewey Park. guns of the broadsides. Ute fare Is only 23c.Page .

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21 February, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

I New Chief Eats From Trough I I

--- .-. ............- _._--- I Records Office, lAir Raiders blastCecil

((1 j II Bake ShopAmerican Lead

I I I Field QuintetRaiderslipMiami

League j

For the fourth straight week HARLESS STIRS

i4 the lead in the American League :
has changed hands. After the ,I Friday night the NATTC Air

games last week the Records Office I Raiders won their eleventh ball
and Bake Shop are tied for I game of the season by defeating

the top spot. The lead in the National I For 12th VictoryAfter Cecil Field, 51-34 on the home
League did not change since' I boards. Experience was a major
the Mess Cooks have already been I factor as the Raiders got revengefor
I a close and thrilling battle
earlier at the handsof
declared the winner. I an beating
all the way the NATTC Air
I the Cecil quintet.Ed .
? 4V Records Office dropped AOM I Raiders edged Miami, 44-40. The Harless was again the main
School from the number one spot :
Monday nighton
game was played cog in the Raiders' scoring ma-
26-13. Early in the season the the Miami court and the
gave chine as he the bell 17 times.
Records team lost to Bake Shop
I Raiders their twelfth victory in
Most of Harless'
came on
by a two point margin but fifteen starts.
follow shots as he out fought the
then they have blasted every team
Although the Raiders were under the bankboard.
I opponents
in sight. Brummett led the as-
-' k ar ahead 25-18 at the half they had I Cecil Field started out fast, tak-
sault against AOM School with 16'
to stave off a determined Miami ing a five point lead, as Bill Stafford -
points. !I, rally in the last half to win. I quickly found the range. However -

:. M Bake Shop downed Barracks 18 Leading the Raiders in the scor- Bob Behrman and Ed Har
1'r for their fourth win against one
r ing column was Ed Harless. Har- I less came through to even up the
defeat. Doran scored 10 points in
'* r'1Ii1kl less hit the meshes for 16 points. score and Jim Buckley put the
Ant' or flirt INITIATION when changing from bell bottoms the 31-23 victory but Avilla of I Outstanding for the losing Miami Raiders ahead with a setup. After
to Chief's clothes is joining the Chief's mess. To become a thorough Barracks 18 captured scoring honors team was Jack Thurnblad. Ralph Baskett tipped one in to tie

: Jy authorized member it is necessary to eat the first meal from a with 12. I Thurnblad led the fighting Miami! | it up, Jug Gjurich dropped a free
trough everything mixed together. which must be appetizing Paced by the scoring of Wood- I team as they almpst overcame the toss to put the Raiders in front
Pictured above is A. A. Butcher, new Chief Boatswain's Mate eatingthe ers, Barracks 14 had an easy time early lead of the NATTC five. for good.
noon meal on the 16th with old timers C. W. Lintz ACMM, R. G. winning their fifth victory of the II Once the Raiders were in the

Conkhn, ACOM D. E. Dailey, CY, H. A. Morse CCStd, J. C. Creel, season. Barracks 13 was the vic- lead they looked unbeatable The
ACOM and H. C. Ellis, ACMM, looking on. MT'Sgt. p D. Bigger- tim by the count of 3718. The : Jersey Ball Club second period started with the
win placed the Barracks 14 teamin I Raiders in front by the narrow
the .
staff! and CMOMM Shockley ale standing in background.Other
a tie with AOM School for third margain of 12-10. Using a tight
new chiefs at NATTC effective the 16th are: Milburn: E.
and place. To Give ExhibitionAt I defense the local squad began to
Pickens, CUM. Donald N. Berret Billy C. Keller new chief
I AFC School handed Disbursing outdistance their opponents eas
SplAts( and Carl VV Hagenbeck, ACOMTHow's ,
-- --- I their fourth straight defeat, 2517. ily. Don Husvar paced the second
Armstrong found the range for 10 NATO SaturdayBaseball quarter spurt with eight points
Your Math? Lt. Comdr. Eppert I of the winner's tallies while Bur- I I and Jug Gjurich racked up five

kett, of Disbursing, also scored 10. I gets off to an early more. The defensive work of Bob
It was the fourth win of the sea- start Saturday when the Jersey Bahrman stood out during the pe-
Educational Office Takes Over As I son for AFC School. : City Giants of the International riod. As the half ended the Raid-
I Personnel and Medical Depart-: League will visit the base for an ers were ahead, 29-17.
i ment met in a low scoring ball exhibition tilt. Plans are complete The second half found the Raid-
Offers CoursesMathematics Personnel HeadLt. ers go full steam ahead. Only the
game with Personnel coming out and game time has been set at
nice shooting of Slider Staffordand
on top, 19-13. Rickert and Parsonsled 1400.
is the basis of all Comdr. Kenneth W. Eppert, the winning attack with six I Carl Hubbell, manager of the from Baskett kept the Raiders

engineering most sciences, and the new Personnel Officer, is one points. Tebow's eight points led New York Giants farm system, ponents.completely routing their op-

many everyday jobs. Everyonestudies I of the very well known figures at the losers. I will be among the players, so all Don Husvar and Jim Buckley hit
math: a few people suc- I NATTC. With the National League fans will have a chance to look three
Since coming here from straight buckets as the third
ceed in remembering some. Yet Championship already in the Mess over the former Giant twirler. Mostof
period started to leave little doubtas
every day we have to use our I Indoctrination School at Harvardin Cook's possession, other teams in the fame won by Hubbell came to which team would win. As

mathematics only, to check the September Mr. Eppert has taken the league are battling it out for I through his ability to use the the period came to an end, NAT
waiter's computation on the num- I an active interest in the sta- I the second spot. Disbursing and I screwball.! During the mid thirtieshe TC was leading, 4027.
ber of beers! I tion's personnel in general and TEM are tied for the runner-up chucked 24 consecutive victories 'I Very little scorirng took

The Educational Services Office I their problems i ip; particular. He spot after taking easy ,'ictoriesduring to set a new major league rec- the last quarter. The local placein team
has just received a number of ba- enjoys meeting new people and if I the past week. ord that still stands. seemed content with their lead and
books : he can't help an individual he usu- TEM walked all the Police will be matchedup
sic math review twenty.fi'eof over Two full teams I made no effort to run up a high
which will be distributed on a ally knows where he can get all squad, 4224. \Vakeland rang to put on a good show for all total.

basis of first tome first served as I the assistance necessary. I the bell for 13 markers while Mil- personnel. Manager Bruno Betzelof I Lt. Comdr. John Gallagher
FOOD as you read this. There are Along with his duties as Personnel ler added another 11. TEM has the Jersey City club has a four I swept the bench during the last
others which late-comers can I. Officer he will continue : now taken six victories againsttwo I team league in progress in Jack- I period in an effort to give the second -
check out for one month periods. 1 with one of his favorite former defeats. I sonville. rom this league the best I string more experience and

A thorough grounding in math tasks that of Discipline Officer.Mr. I Barracks 18, replacing TFC in players will be chosen to play on possibly uncover some new outstanding -
means better business if your goal Eppert enjoys helping individuals the league, was no competition for I the NATTC ballyard. players.

is a civilian job; or faster ad- -... '" i Disursing! and took it on the chin, Most of the players are former I Harless' 17 points took top scor-
vancement if the Navy is your life. i 39-4. Shields and Fetzek teamedup servicemen trying to make a new ing honors while Don Husvar racked -
Too, it can mean pleasure In ease to score 21 points for the winners start in baseball. Before the war i up 14 more for the Raiders Jug
of solving your problems. Take I The win kept the Disbursing these players played in leagues I Gjurich and Jim Buckley each
for example the following situa- I team tied with TEM for second ranging from Class AA down to D. I counted eight points for the home

tion, which must hay nr<'urred in spot.! With only one more game The purpose of the early spring five .
1897: left on the schedule for both teamsIt I training camp is to give the ex- I Leading the visitors with nine

Three men occupied a hotel appears they will tie for run- servicemen a chance to iron out points apiece were Bill Stafford
room and paid the manager $10 ner-up. the kinks before the rest of the I and Ralph Baskett.

apiece-total $30. Later, the man- Jim Buckley led.the PT&W DI- team hits camp. This will give the I player NATTC jg t-f rho
ager relented and gave the bell I vision five to a 36-29 win over I returning veterans the advantage I Hu, .v..r c\ 2 J4
boy $5 to return to the three men, I Barracks 17. Buckley scored 16 of one month's pre-season practice. leylnner. 0 II 0)
The bell-boy took a $2 cut on the e: TI ,I points as his team won their I All of the players in the camp are I rt-rsrimon H..rl. (7, ulUhrmnn O J7I 0
fourth of the under contract by the New York
way up to the room and handedthe game season. I I Q 1
three men only $3. That means I Personnel moved up a notch Giants. W ootrri A oKxlimrh ) 0
} 0
that each man paid $9 for the I with a 33-29 win over TAO. Rog- l4urklr7 I Z 0 II
loom-total $27. Add the $2 the ers hit the meshes for 16 count- Wilcox 0 0 0

bell-boy kept and that is $29. I ers as the Personnel quintet won INTERCEPTED MAIL Gjiirieh Krnkn 2.1 oMnthiHI N a
What happened to the other $1 out their third contest against five de- 0 0.
? Don't look feats. Dear Ma:
of the original $30 ( -
for the answer at the bottom of Definite dates have been set for I joined the Navy because I Tolulf( CECIL FIELD 20 U &I

the page; the editor doesn't know). the league playoffs and tourna- admired the way the barracksand ri y.* KJ: rr rl..
Wey how is your mathCan you ment, according to word from Lt. buildings were kept so \Hhldirk 0 0 eIlsskett
.lIve the everyday problems you C. C Kelley of the Athletic Department clean and tidy. This week I Thomson 2 4 a 1 9 7

meet? Lt. (jg) H. P. Jenkins Jr. I who find themselves in The three game playoffsare learned who keeps them SUfford 4 1 II
invites you to come to Building difficult situations. He has proved scheduled for the 6th, 7th and clean and tidy.With ItHrry 2 0 4Hider
501 and make use of the Armed I that he takes the defensive atti- 8th of March, while the tournament love, POJ -2 -1 -I
Forces Institute to brush up on tude and tries to give everyone a will get under way 11th of Junior. TolI.l. U' B4
your m th. Courses are available break. March. The length of the tournament --- ---- Referee!: Dunwiddie. ------
Nrt M basic-) laUi. Vocational math, I As Personnel Officer he has will depend on the numberof BAND rta IIL.
q-.', algelp-a" ,':': eoin4ry. trponometry. found that one of, the biggest teams entering. All teams from ALL-GIRL COMING

;'!. Mid..$ ,t M'at' up through calcu- problems is the lack of personnel.And the NATTC and Personnel Separ- I
;lu... .n ...tj. .. it is this factor that gives ation Center are eligible to com
.( \ pete and should
notify Kelley {
.'t : those who are here and have the
""\ .;(\ ..1ctl.j.Partlc'ular ability, a marvelous opportunity to before 1 March.. .
8aJjUlke CUr (SEAThe University do the kind of work they would
.t of;Utah geology department like. Mr. Eppert claims that if a INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE
""" if much distressed about a man is doing the work he likes, it STANDINGS
school is 10-1 that the job will be done N.llonal 1naRu.
dog that came to one day T..m W L rt.. 01'1'M.
and hungrily chewed' the depart better by him than by someone .... (."oh N II 501 2111
ment's highly-prized, ancient Orin- I else not so interested.Born 11.bur.injf 6 2 :t"1 I(7)!
'UM Ivi.ion 6 2 2ti2 IAN
tho-Scelinda bone. and raised in Jacksonville! I''f&W Divl.l..n. 4 4 232 :2140'rAP
Mr. Eppert attended the Univer- Division 8 4 131 P(6
Definition of a chow line -- the sity of Florida and after graduation Personnel I Ii sal 21"
TAO Dvi.i" I Ii :lII2 204Polk.
behind behind the Athletic Coach at the
man man, was the e 2 4 164 1140B.rrncli
man, behind the man, behind the Bolles school here. Just before en- 11 2 1\ IIt2 145
behind the man, behind the tering the Navy he was the District .rr."k. 11 1 I IIt5 nil

.man Physical Director for schoolsin American League
and around Winter Haven.. T..m W I. P1. 0"1"R..ortl. sir 7t f r, e Mr a
Gal: The only difference between One of his favorite hobbies be- Otf\\ 4 1 156 147 I Iwwrv >
Bake Shop' 4 1 114 116
you and a mule is that a mule for the war was the conducting of AOM S'h"J Ii 2 220 167
weals a cellar. a free baseball school with Lt. Barr.rk, U II 2 2114 140Bsrrsck.
Gob: But I wear a collar too. Comdr. Cyrus Anderson for chil- II 4 8 175 107Alts ...:. :..:_._ '1" """" '
Gal: Then I was mistaken; thereis dren 8-18 in Jacksonville and they Personnel&hw 2 4 I I )111 117 2\J9 1:10I"'r : Loveliness and talent will blend to perfection when Ernest Lee

no difference.! intend to reopen this school upon ) .k. J' 1 II 10.2 102! and his All-Girl Orchestra appear at the NATTC Auditorium on March
completion of their Naval career lIi.bur.inlf 0 4 Ii:. I 116Melksi 28, under the auspices of USO-Camp Shows. Recently returned from a
00 101S.
WAVE: "Listen, mate, before we Drl'0- .-6- Camp Show tour of ETO and MTO where rave notices were heaped

go out on this date I want it Understood 4 Dump Obsolete Ammo Ilii inet s NoteDuluth upon them after every performance, this Jovely-to-look-at aggregationof
that I may be a Seaman Minn. (SEA) Filling melody makers and their able leader, Ernest Lee, make the old
Second but I'm a lady first." .(That SEA)is-the When policy in announced doubtdumpit. by station operators, got a word of en- adage "Music hath Charm" really sing. The group has a repertoire
from swing to comedy and boogie woogie.
in unserviceable ammu- couragement from Proto E. H ranging symphonic
Paste this one your hat: the Navy on wh' osald that automo- long with the orchestra the standout comedy duo of Natoml
obsolete un- Schreiber,
nition. Questionable,
"Gentlemen I think that we serviceable and dangerously salv- biles may be run by atomic ener- Ray and Eddie Harrison and the Martingales, a novelty acrobatic

*glue ogether.manufacturers" should stick ageable ammunition is being gy, but they'll still need air for adagio and hand balancing. will combine to make this a top-drawtr
their tire! *. evening of entettainment.I '
The feeling Is mucilage.# dumped in deep water ti

)-' '. '

Eight JAX AIR NEWS 21 February, 1946


/ Fliers Ninth In Nation


[ ___ As Home Stretch ears.

Baskctccrs End Season Next

Week; May Enter TourneyThe

NAS Fliers, rolling victoriously into the homestretch

stand ninth among: service cage teams of the nationin

the latest Dunkel ratings, and promise to move even higher -

t y S as a result of their three victories last week. With' four

games to go, before the final whistle blast next Wednesday

night against Barksdale Field, the Fliers have won 19 and

lost six games. In addition to their
national rating, the Fliers are I I two years ago, and. ;j#iS*tapl
sixth teams among In both the'Southeast.college and service I I rounding into.shape.. K .it ::1 .:

:. -",_.- ._ "' _'__ __._._'!f'__ Friday night the Fliers will meet Last Week's Gams c-<.wjl
JAX BOXING CHAMPS are shown here as they receive their awards, following victories Satur- Corpus Christi here. Some hot' I The Fliers trounce Key yVp.t

day night in the finals of the Navy tournament. They won eleven of fourteen firsts. Winners and their competition is in prospect, as the NAS 71 to 36 last Wedrn :yrti4itd "

I Classes are ((1 to r, standing) Lt, Anthony Rubino, coach; Whitson, 147 lb. novice; Titone, 147 lb. open; Texas team seeks revenge for went on from there; ti ,2kle1lva *t.

Remington, 160 lb. novice; Stagg, 160 lb. open; Reid, 175 lb. open; McMinn, 175 lb. novice, and Comdr one-point noseout, 37 to 36, administered a.. from Pensacola-lea: ( week.1 .,

Paul Emrick, station executive officer, who presented the awards. Kneeling are Steward, 126 lb. novice; to them earlier in the season. games end. They won the first 51-34 on -i iI:

.Lengal, 118 lb. novice; Chyz,. 118 lb. open; Brandon, A26 lb. open; and Workman, 112 lb. novice. Friday, and the second 45-37 the
Intra-station rivalry will be the following night. ...
GOLDEN CLOVES First Baseball Jax Swimmers Win keynote of the Saturday competition I BOX SCORES

Call Coming Up as the Fliers play the NATTC Friday
NAS basketeers for the first time. Both Jacksonville T.G. Y: Tout
Enters Third In MeetAt
Baseball Is in the wind! The teams will be primed to uphold the PeMari Trcwinr 2 a.t 9 I

Fliers are railing for recruits, honor of their respective organizations Chitty 4 0 II
22 Boxers I In and practice Mill begin or Cherry PointThe and a good game should be Ary i I 9
March 4. Lt. Lloyd II. Lux, of the result. Staltx' 2O I 6
Jax Natators (swimmers I to Brien 1 II I
the athletic department, is distributing Games Next Week Platt Ii.
blanks this you), fresh from competition with Tucker 1.
Jax MatchesNAS application Two games next week will ter- 10M
service outfits at
week, and an ambitious scheduleis top-notch Cherry minate the regular season. The Totals 2 .
Point last Saturday, will ( to
Goden Gloves hopefuls, in the making. First game of go Fliers will seek another win over PenaacolnO )'.C. t'. Total
West Palm Beach this week-end '
seeking the coveted opportunity ot the season Is already scheduledfor the Parris Island Marines, who DonnellAmtden I 1 a
to in the Florida AAUmeet.
representing Florida in the cham April 3. University of flori- compete. A number of crack Florid fell prey early in the season 51 to Larson 2 I'a 2 7

pionship matches In New York da has accepted the invitation to swimmers and divers 40. The final game, against Barks KerchaiiTheaen 3 D C
March 4, 5 and 6, were scheduled play this and three other games are expected dale Field will see that team seek 1 I 3IS
for their second rounds of boxing I during the season A complete participate.The to even the score for a Flier vic Olsen -Ii.--
tonight at Duval County Armory; schedule, which may Include 33 local mermen competed In tory 41 to 30. Total IS a iiSaturday
in Jacksonville. games in a service league not the East Coast Sen'lcemen'schampionships Also in prospect is participationin

Coach A. J. Rubino entered the jet announced, will be released finishing a surpris- a post-season tourney in :Miami JAcksonville t".t.. }'. Total
entire 22-man team in the soon. Lt. Lux requests that all ing third against outstanding com probably about March 7. The Trouper 5 0 J 0JpMar.
compe ) 3 I ft
Interested fill out their petition, which included Cherry team also enter tournament
titons. Ten of them are in the persons I Chitty 0 I I
class, and the other 12 nov applications before :March 1, and Point Marines and Bainbridge Naval competition in Jacksonville next Ary 3 a .
open turn them In to him at Bldg. Training Center. week, if the schedule can be ar- Kean 0 I 1
ices. They weighed In yesterday; Soon after the beginning of the not to with SUittPlatt 0 I 1
ranged compete regular
afternoon and paired in their first 0 I 15:
meet, viewed by more than 1,000
games. -
rounds last night. The final roundsare marines, it was apparent that a Total 17 Il. 45
scheduled for Friday night. Sports three way fight for top honors PersonalitiesJoe 'Penaacolx F.(:.. ... TotalO'Donnell
There are approximately 72 box I would be waged. Bainbridge's Jerry Trosper leads the scoring I 3 J 7
entered from all Florida. with 377 points, or 14.8 Credit
ers over Kirschner and Cherry Point's parade Larson I 4 6
High point team will win a trophy Program Shaffhauser, both swimmers of national points per game. Next high sharpshooter herchttu I 1 a
is Bill DeMars, with 217 hcaert I' Ii
and individuals winning their prominence, each gave their 1 1i
final matches will be entitled to --- ------ -- --- respective teams their margins of markers. Harry Platt, plagued by _.!
compete in Golden Gloves Championships victory over the local squad. early season injuries, has been Total 13 11 IT
moving into the forefront lately, I
in New York. Five places were given in each
Matches Last Week volleyball season will starton event. Little J. (Jap) McNally, leading the team in scoring for Tcnnists Play MiamiThe
March 4. All officers and three He has
enlisted Jax team with the last games. loop-
paced the a sec
Fight fans filled Mainside audi to enter Air Station tennis team
I men wishing teamsin the and ed the ball in for 158 points this
ond place in 400-yard, a
torium to capacity last Friday and with the skeet
either the Commandant's or Ad- season. will go to Miami
third in the 200 yard free style
Saturday nights to watch contestsfor miral's Trophy leagues, should Tom Brown took second in the Wesley Paxson Just returned team Friday, for a two-day competition -
the Navy championship. NAS contact Lt. A. L. Guepe at his office out from two years of sea duty Joinedthe with the Natal Air Station
150-yard nosing
boxers far overshadowed those of; in the Physical Training Bldg.. Cherry Point's entrant, who had team on February 11, and there. On the schedule are
the four other competing stations, Phone 593. Entries should be in by previously beaten him ina dual should figure prominently in the six: singles and three doubles
winning five matches in the Open Feb. 28.Games. meet here. Cotter and Kaufman next four games. He was captainof matches. Ten men will make the

class and five in the Novice cate will be played at the finished third and fifth in the 200- the Georgia Tech basketeers trip.

gory. All winners received gold Mainside Auditorium at 0900, 1000 breaststroke. The reliable
statuettes Saturday night from and 1100. The courts will be avail Harlan yard and Harnish finished first DIVERS PREP'-rOR NEW YORK MEET !
Comdr, Paul E. Emrick, station
able for practice each morning until
executive officer. The awards were and fourth respectively in the one- ",," 'u.
play begins. event.
meter diving
furnished by the Physical Train-
BASKETBALL ENDS Joe Baldwin, assistant swim
ing and Welfare Department.Rf'8ut'f'hamllion..hl.16 .
The Sports Program basketball ming coach, provided fireworks at< ,
season has all but ended, with only the meet when he forced Kirschnerto 8
OPEN CLASS lower the Cherry Point pool record
113 lb. dlv. Eddie Ch Jax decUlon one engagement in the Comman
>x ( ) to 23.8 seconds in order to win
over Nick Carrisal (Jax). dant's League left to play. And
the free Joe oft
50-yard style. got
126 II>. div.-Knox Brandon (Jax) decision
over T. A. Crux (Banana River). that will have no bearing on the to a beautiful start and led for
135 Ib div.-R. M Carpenter (Banana championships. Lt. McGarry'sVSB the first 30 yards before the pow-
River) decision over R. J. hidalgo (Jax). quintet emerged victorious in erful stroking Kirschner overhauled
147 Ib div.-Anthony Titone (Jax!)
the Admiral's League, winning him. Only 1,1 seconds separated .
TKO end of 2nd-W. Schutte (Cecil).
160 lb. div.-Dick Stagg (Jax) decision seven and losing only two. Phil the first three places. The 400-
over J. W. Cherol (Lake City). Centola's aircrew men had an even yard relay team was runner-up to
173 lb. div.-Toby Reid (Jax) TKO 2nd, better record to win the Commandant's Cherry Point's crack outfit. r
over J. Thornton (Cecil)
Heavyweight. W. Russell (Daytona Trophy with 10 wins and 4 e

Beach) KO 3rd over G. Merrick (Jax). one loss. Anderson, News Sports v''Je
118 lb. div.-John Lengal (NAS .lax) Admiral', League Writer Is SeparatedJim
defeated W. L. Young (NAS Lake City). Team W L Pt't. ,
126 lb. div.-W. Stewart (NAS Jax VSB.I 7 2 77 Anderson, Y2c, sports editor -
won by default. VSII.2 I 4 555 of the Jax Air News for the
133 lb. div.-A. H Tiedrmnn (NAAS AFIi! 4 4 ::500
Cecil Held) defeated W. E. Purser (NAS VM 1 'f .125 last several months, last Saturday ,
Lake City). joined the ranks of the mufti-clad :
147 lb. div.-Bnrny Whltwn (NAS Jax) ('om..andant', IUIU' boys. lie is going to Greenville, S. a
defeated W. R. Mewinheimer (NAS Jax). Team W L Pct.
C. where he has a job
newspaper -'pI-
160 Ib div.-S. M. Remington NAS Alrcrewmen 10 1 .909
.lax) defeated D. Duandro (NAS Lake Communication 9 2 ..618vS11 I waiting for him. The Staff of the
City), I act 7 ::1 .777 News wish him luck in his new
175 lb. div.-R, E. McMinn (NAS Jax) POW Guards 7 a .700 I assignment, and add a bit of i
defeated }'. L Bnrkaskey (NAS Jax). I A1-'IS I IS ..500DOli
TEAM SCOKES-OPEN CLASS thou IK'. I Ii .500 steam to make up for the gap left -1
A 4t R G 6 .454 .in the dwindling ranks ---
Flrnt lacNAS J x-12 point
Second place-NAS Banana River-3 VSB I s .454 I .
o k G 4 6 .400
point 1)iepenaary I 8 .272
Third place-Dnytona Beach-Z poInU club trained in
Cecil Held-2 Supply 1 10 .100 A major league
Fourth place-NAAS w
pot nt. I Florida as early as 1888 when the'old ? x
Firth place-NAS Lake City-I point. Golfers Score Win Washington National League
TEAM 'OItES-SOVICE CLASS I club did its conditioning in Jack-

Firat Second plac place_-NAS NAS Jax Lake-14 Cty-S!pointa point Over Miami Team onville. The Irrepressible Ted Sullivan -

l'olntlScarborough. one of the pioneers of the
w. The NAS golfing team will meet game, was manager and Connie -I i

To Join NAS Miami golfers in a return Mack was among his catchers. e
match here next Tuesday, following "When we trained in Jacksonville -

Senators On Release a victory for the local links- 58 years ago, we lived In two ___
men Tuesday at Miami, 18 l'a to shacks In the outskirts of the town ..
Lt. (Jg) Ray W. Scarborough, .1'i Leading the Jax scoring in but near the ball park," recalled BRUCE HARLAN (top) and Lt. (jg) Jack Smith, both champion -

who "broke" his contract with the the Miami match was R. W. Reynolds Mack. "A housekeeper put us up divers, team in a graceful pinwheel at NATTC pool, in prepar-
Washington Senators to "sign" specialistA)2c( ) who scored for a dollar a day and that included tion for their participation in a dual swim meet in New York on Saturday -

with the Navy in August of 1943, a 75 to chalk up three points. J. A. our three meals. No, I guess she Bruce, a specialist (A) in the NATTC physical training de-

was momentarily expecting to receive Parmier, SK3c, II. B. Harwood and didn't get rich on us." partment, is present holder of the Junior National high and low
his orders to the Jax Separ- Lt. W. R. Beams also added three board championship, and was runner-up to the National AAU champion
ation Center today. He plans to points each in winning their Two graduates of Bob Feller'i last Summer. Smith, aide to Rear Admiral Ralph Davison, is a

go immediately to Orlando Fla., matches, and Lt. Jack Colter defeated school for veterans at Tampa won I former Junior National champion, and won the Hawaiian Islands
where he will rejoin the Senator his man to score another contracts in organized ball. Ar- championship in 1911 when he was attached to the Pacific Fleet.

pitching staff.Scarborough. two. Lt. Comdr. Sheedy made 1% mond Roy of Attleboro, Mass., a He will represent New York Athletic Club in the dual meet against

spent two years as points in a tie match, as did Lt. catcher who has been in the Army Bainbridge Naval Training Center, and Harlan will give a diving
an athletic instructor at St. Mary's Frank' Socash. Others losing their for five years, caught on with Elmira exhibition. The latter has been developing rapidly recent months,
Pre-Fllght school in California, matches but scoring one-half of the Eastern League and under the tutelage of Smith and Lt. (jg) Helen Perry (W), former

before coming here.,He joined the point apiece, were Lt. Comdr J. Harold Bemerger of Lebanon Pa., women's backstroke champion now serving as NATTC welfare ,officer. '
NAB Physical Training Staff last Irrobeano, Chief D. Sweeney, and was signed for Davenport ,of the Harlan will enter the Indoor Nationals competition early in:

t September. Jack Harvey, specialistA( ) Three-I League. April.Page .


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