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Creation Date: February 28, 1946
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3, No. 51 28 February, 1946

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


Peacetime Civil Courageous Jacksonville Girl Receives CommitteeNearsFinal 1

Service Rules Books, Tribute From Rear Admiral Davison Action On

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It all started about three weeksago -.

5- Are Announced the Jacksonville when her picture Journal.appeared in V : 'f '. }' ,. Merger Proposal ,:'

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x $ a r> ,L.f
The picture showed a very pretty ...;r ,
Examinations AheadFor Senator Urges SpeedIn
girl sitting in a wheel chair.In '{h
Civilian Workers her hand she held a book, and ,1 Adopting LegislationA

there were piles of books around
Regulations necessary for her. Even in the newspaper reproduction definite decision as to the

the transition of the Civil it was easy to see that she proposed form of Army-Navy

Service System from a war- was blonde, animated, sparkling merger legislation to be sub

time to a peacetime basis are Under the picture was a caption mitted is expected soon in

.. being: promulgated by the Ci- which read something like this: ?, w 'TI Washington, recent news reports
Barbara Bergstrom, 23, the daughter -
vil Service Commission, it was of Mr. and Mrs. A, G. Berg have stated

announced recently strom, 5201 Fremont St., Jackson- a A three member Senate sub-

It setting ,up these new regulations ville, conducts her own lending library l committee including Chairman El-
.. the Civil Service Commissionis Stricken with muscular dystrophy irM4& bert D. Thomas of Utah, Senators
acting under authority delegated at the age of four, Barbarahas Hill of Alabama'and Austin of
to it by President' Truman in an I not walked In 11 years, has I Vermont were expected to reach ,
executive order. had eight operations, but shejeads I a final decision this week on the
. Henry B. Masterson and Leon- as active and busy a life as any I merger proposal.
ard B. Eubanks of the NAS Per- of her customers. While the three reportedly are 1
+' sonal Relations Department are Well, lots of people saw the pic- agreed on autonomy for the air ,
k i" now in Atlanta attending sessions ture, and lots of people had the forces, unity of command and '
f '- in the Regional Director's office. It same idea: to send Barbara some' merger of auxiliary service
fl""" is expected that upon their return more books for her lending library branches, they are said to be still I
,, _. they will have complete information shelves. undecided whether to recommendthat
concerning procedures relative Among those who wanted to help I the set-up be operated under :
",J to the reinstatement of all employees was Rear Admiral Ralph Davison. one or three civilian cabinet mem-
who formerly held classified lie wrote to the Journal and offer- bers.Meanwhile
; civil service status as well as ed books. Mr. Blan Taylor, city Senator Gurney of J
.,. other facts regarding the new CI- editor of the Journal saw another South Dakota, a member of the
vil Service rulings. chance for a feature picture that Senate military committee, told a '
The regulations just issued by would help the cause of the library reporter that he thinks that It will 1
the Civil Service Commission will and-voila! as they say in Gallic be Impossible for legislators to act
take the place of the regular civil arrangements were made to bring Intelligently on extension of the
service rules as well as the war Barbara to the Admiral's office draft, universal military training, I
h service regulations. These last Monday to accept the books. legislation to fix the size of the \
tions are, under the terms rt'g\11a-1 .As the accompanying picture r SM4 Army and Navy and the military
order, to become effective shows, Barbara not only got the their mutual love of books, They have meant to him during his long budgets until it disposes of the
30 days from the date of the sign books, she got a chance to sit at discussed the relative merits of span of active Navy duty. He com- merger proposal.
ing of the order but may be put into the Admiral's desk, a feat that I "Brideshead Re-visited' and mended her upon the fine spirit "We ought to get this thing set-
effect by a department or agen- puts her several steps ahead of the Apartment in Athens." Barbara and cheerfulness that she has tled one way or the other so that
cy prior to that time.In 17,000 readers of this newspaper. described the methods by which maintained during the pain and we can go ahead," he declared
addition to the Issuance of While the shutters clicked and she keeps her library going in the physical disability\ that have been "There's either going to be a merger -
these regulations, the Commissionhas the flash-bulbs flashed, the Ad- sun-porch of her home. The Admiral with her most of her life, and told or there isn't. Let's find out so
also issued instructions as to miral and Barbara talked over told her how much books Continued on Page Two we know where we stand."
the manner in which the executive Gurney said he hoped the recommendation
order and the regulations issued would be for a single f

thereunder feet are to be put into ef VSB Maintains Top Tempo Promotions To Truman armed forces proposed.On secretary. as Mr.

In Issuing the regulations, the Be Based On the other hand, Senator Rus-
Commission announced that it will Training Peacetime PilotsThe sell (D-Ga.) a naval committee

immediately begin to utilize its Service NeedsFuture member, said that while he favors
resources for the purpose of hold- landplane training program at NAS Jacksonville has unity of command he doesn't wantto

ing regular civil service examina- undergone some changes since the coming of peace. promotions for warrant see the separate branches
tions. The Commission pointed out "bunched up together" where they
that it does not have at the pres- No longer is the apron crowded with Corsairs, Hellcatsand officers, ensigns, junior lieutenants would lose their identity.
ent time any lists of eligibles with other Navy fighters. The SB2C-the Curtiss Helldiverhas and senior lieutenants will no > I

. which to make such appointments, taken over in the hangar area except for the few fighters longer be determined by time-in-

as all current lists have been estab- assigned to IATU. The training of dive bomber pilots has be- rank 346-45.provisions According listed to that.in AINav.AINav Station PoliceTo

must lished therefore on a war start service from basis.scratch.It come one of the chief tasks of aviation training at this sta- officers of warrant, ensign, and Enforce All

In announcing examinations for tion. junior lieutenant rank could expect .

regular civil service appointments, The advanced training unit promotion after J8 months Traffic Rules
the Commission will, in the first instance and senior lieutenants could ex- I
VSB to NAS from NAAS Plan Red Cross
came pect promotion after 24 months.
select certain positionsfrom I
Cecil Field early in January of this Station police are cracking down
AlNav 91 dated 22
of the occu- February
each one major 113 and on violators of traffic 1
year moving into Hangars Fund Drive TodayFirst regulations
classifications. In deter- 1946, provides that the above list-
114. Since that time, throughoutthe here in a determined effort to cut
what examinations to ed active service requirements are
mining just the Commission will be day and on into the night the concrete steps in the 1916 minimum conditions and that promotions down the number of cases of flag-
traffic circle has been filled with at NAS rant disregard for established
the drive for Red Cross funds after 1 March 1946 will
guided largely by progress
Jax during the whole of :March be based the needs of the traffic rules, it was learned this
which has been made and will be (Pictures on page two) upon week. ,
made in the demobilization of the were taken today when represen- service. Promotions announcements i
tatives from all departments were will be issued at intervalsto have been' on the Increase .
armed forces. At the outset, it the dive bomber that is credited for
asked to attend a meeting at 1030 be set to demandsof some time Lt. Col. Alexander ,
will announce examinations for the with no little part of the Navy'svictory according A. <
Vandegrift, Jr., Traffic
filling of positions for which, in its in the Pacific. this morning existing conditions. Court Officer
said, and I
judgment, there will be a continu- The squadron now has approxi- The Conference Room of the Ad- Included in the AlNav is a must stop. "The penalties will they be '
ing demand for personnel mately 150 Helldivers includingSB2C4's ministration Bldg. was the scene statement that "officers of the made stiffer to show .
throughout the demobilization pe- of discussions, and of distributionof rank of lieutenant and below who people wearen't
SB2C-4&: and SB2C5'splus
fooling.; We mean bu'inf'ss.
materials to be used in the
have entered inactive status and
30 other planes of assorted If drivers
riod.The can't obey the few simple
Commission will make full types. Currently about 730 enlisted drive. who, pursuant to AINav 316-45, de- -
regulations in
effect here
use of the provisions in the execu- men and 95 officers are on Captain A R. Brady NAS com sire to assume the title and wear won't be permitted to they I J
tive order calling for the estab- board exclusive of pilots and air- manding officer is honorary chairman the uniform of the next higher their automobiles the station operate"
lishment of U. S. Civil Service crewmen attached to the squad- of the campaign and Chap- rank will comply with the active he stated on ,
Committees of Expert Examinersto lain Paul II. W. Olander is execu- duty requirement existing at time I
Continued Two Speeders are going to be
on Page tive chairman. the
be used in holding scientific, of release.. first
to feel the tightening of en-
professional and technical examinations 1 '

culiar to for one positions department which or are to pe-a Spotlight On Jax March 6 ; Entire Nation, Such town forcement main Avenue thoroughfares of and traffic Mustin regulations.Road as York-are ,..1

relatively small number depart-

"' ments.The Commission summarized the Other Lands, Will Hear Radio ProgramThe find vers being themselves ignoring carefully the facing checked speed the,limit and Traffic will dri- ,j I

significant portions of its regulations -
nationally-known "SpotlightSands" Court Officer in short order
and the instructions in the country. In addition, there will be
: radio programs have long three beams to foreign countriesand Failure to come to a full stop at
been favorites of service personnel stop streets is another violation
recordings made of the
1, Making temporary appoint-
and next week the service person- pro- that will bring severe penalties, the
Continued The for re-broadcasting to
on Page remote -
; nel at this station will get a real stations. colonel said. "If we meant 'Slow
treat when the spotlight will point preced- down' the signs would say that,"
ing the radio show there will be
.. Top Rank Officials with pride to NAS Jacksonville.The Informal program from 2100 an to he added.

i'" Head For College broadcast Wednesday 6 2130, and dancing will be held Another violation which will not
March, will originate from the be tolerated, the colonel pointedout
from 2200 to 2100.
(SEA;-A new college, on the Mainside Auditorium and music is illegal parking. Ample park-
site of the Army War College, for the occasion will be providedby Th Welfare Department is han- Ing areas have been provided
Washington D. C., will open, 3 George Paxton and his orches- dling the tickets for the occasion. throughout the station, he declared -
: Sept. 1916 for high ranking Army, tra. Winner of the Glenn Miller They will be distributed on a pro- and there is no necessity for
: Navy and State Department officials Award for the best new band of rated basis according ta size of anyone parking a car where it
,''The first such institution for the year, Paxton, a former Jack- personnel in all fields and units of doesn't belong.
close integration of the three departments sonville resident, made a name the command. Admittance will be .
it will offer instruction for himself as arranger for such by ticket only and the doors will SPONSOR DANCE SESSIONS
I, in the atomic bomb and other new top: orchestras as Ina Ray Hutton, be closed at 2045 the Informal pre- Officers and enlisted men with a
forms of warfare as well as in the Bunny Berigan and Vaughn Monroe broadcast show following shortly. desire for dancing are invited to
classic arts of war. Home-front before he undertook maestro- Decorations for the auditoriumare attend a new series of weekly
r. : problems, such' as Industrial-production lag his own combination.The to be handled by the Jackson- dances, sponsored by, the Trianon ,
/ I communication, transportation 30-mLnuto broadcast, sched- ville Coca-Cola Bottling Company Club of Ocala, Florida. Saturday '. ,
( and mobilization of, man- uled from 2130 to 2200, will be car- while Welfare will see that plentyof night is the time set aside for this !I
.: power also will be considered The ried by 253 stations, over one- cokes are on tap for thirst social event, and the attire LJ forVol. .
course will last' 10 months. third of the all the stations in the George radon I quenchers during the dance. mal "

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 28 February, 1946Hospital



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Starting things off we have 41'; :"l""' .... REPORTER '
the bridge party scheduled for the ,

Recreation Room tomorrow night I hui ., '
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by the Red Cross. Stiff competition -
for the more advanced players { < ;+ ', "', ':, : .:.: Lois A. Leser, '}'I c
instructions for the beginnersand
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refreshments for all. QUESTION: What suggestion .

r e e or criticisms do you have ;
All those bags piling up on the
about the dances at Main-
Quarterdeck and spilling out over
the porch belong to the seven side:

WAVES who leave Saturday for
Separation Centers. Goodbye and Philadelphia, Pa.
good luck to Jeanne Henry, PhM2c; ,
chief criticism is \
"My the
Esther Treu, PhM2c: Janice Bag-
ley, HAlc; Lois Hughes, PhMSc; boys let you stand there and never
ask you to dance Sailors are supposed -
Eleanor Rubin, PhM3c; Mabel
Pc' to M the best
Teleschow, HAlc and Wilma Ueh- of
ling, PhMSc. : : 1J1s any of the servicemen. They need

_ : some dances to get the crowd mix-
USO Hospital Unit No. 1 visits ed up and break the ice"J.

the Hospital this week with another F. SKORBURG, ARM2c,
show for both patients and Rockford, Illinois."I .

staff. In the afternoon you may' I II think they are pretty nire.

look for the show in the wards, i I They have a fine dance floor, although
and in the evening the unit will there could be more guls.

put on its uJualtop form show at Maybe the fact that the fellowsdon't

1800 in the'Auditorium. Regularly I ask the girls to dance Is one .
scheduled movie to follow the evening reason why there are so few gals

show. Jv WJfV"y* fS there." J.,

I O. B. COBB, GM2c, Binning. j
By the size of the gallery that
ham Ala."Since .
gathers.: on the porches of theCorpsmen's
Quarters we get the VSB MaintainsContinued the boys don't auk the
I to dance
idea that some of those ping pong girls why the girls
ask the boys? They need too
matches are really fun to watch. from Page One
some Paul Jones' dances to the
With some top notch players, ex-
ron in a training status. With a : gang mixed up."
champs and up and coming post-war allowance of 904 men, the '
champs, now quartered there we squadron looks forward to a work / TWILAH REAB, Y2c, Sperry,

look for some more exhibition load to that during the Iowa.
competition one of these days. i "They should get a few of the
Some of the really good. 1s 1sr44' war older fellows to go-.the averageage
boys are Com dr, Ralph Weymouth, train !I
is'' of the boys is between 18 and
Ing officer, points out that VSB
Lt. Madeline C. Williams (NC 21. They need some Paul Jones'
between 450 and 500 hours
USNR was detached this past flying and dances of that type to pet the
a day with the men maintaining a
week and sent to further duty at ( crowd mixed up"
high percentage of planes in com-
the Hospital, Philadelphia, D. R ROBERTS
Navy mission. He paid high tribute to ARM3c, St.
Pa Louis, Mo
their efficiency, devotion to duty
and their willingness to pitch in "I think they are fine dances. I
With St Patrick's Day comingup ; have a good time when I Ican't
f / and share the load go, so
fast both the Welfare I
and the Red Cross are already Comdr. tt'eyniouth, a native of I figure out why everybodyelse

making plans for the patients and Seattle, Wash., and a 1938 graduate I doesn't enjoy" themselves as
much I
staff dances. Ideas will be wel- of the Naval Academy, led a j as do.
comed and staff volunteers for 'l 4.t'A dive bomber squadron against: the I H, A. JOHNSON, RM2c, New

committee jobs are being lined up Jap fleet during the Battle of the Orleans, La.
now The Red Cross Dance for pa- Eastern Philippines. His squadron I "You can usually count on having

tients will.be March 14, Welfare made seven hits on a Jap carrier I ; good music, but I've noticed so I
Dance for Ships Company is set that was annlr anti Bnrtrorl three many of. the guys go and sit and .
for March 21. other hits on another carrier that watcn.. it seems they need a shove
was listed as "probably cunk" I, from someone to get up enough jJ

As a reminder, don't forget the Throughout the war the squadron i! nene to ask a girl to dance. Why
regularly scheduled dance lessons turned out about 20 trained don't they have an MC. or special

for patients, sponsored by the Red pilots and 20 trained. aircrewmen dances to help break the ice?"

Cross every Tuesday at 1300 and each week Right now there l is a I ANN CHICK, SpI)2c( ) East a:

Thursday at 1900. Lessons coverall student load of 196 pilots and 106aircrewmen I Palestine, Ohio.

the "musts" for a dancing On 1 March aircrew "The main criticism I have about I

partner: Fox trot, waltz, rumba, training of gunners will be cur I them is that the fellows are scaredto
samba and "Jitterbug" tailed and the emphasis will be ask the girls to dance, so they
placed on pilot training. sit there. They need special dancesto "

Just four short weeks from to- With but one or two exceptions, get the crowd mixed up, like
day the all-time big event of the all flight and aircrew instructorsnow I those similar to the ones used at j
:year will take place in the auditorium 9r attached to VSB are combat the NATTC dances.. There could be d

The Honky Tonk Parade! Nota veterans from all parts of the global I fewer fast pieces and more slow j
show brought In from outside, war, doing as Important work ones too."
not a parade of the talent from the here as they did with the fleet. -- ---. '

East Coast or the West Coast, The training at the present time four years, having been. formed at I'
BUT a show made up entirely of is similar to that given before VJ I Cecil Field In the spring of JtMZ

patients here at the Hospital. A a Day but with a special emphasison when two dive-bombing units were
for all these Sailors and ,
chance instrument work. Rocket train- established-VSB 1 and VSB 4.
WAVES to come forth with any ing will be added to the syllabus Originally flying S132U's, theM ,,
and all talents they may possess. as soon as facilities permit. The I planes were
gradually replaced by
Advance notices and rehearsals indicate training period is about 60 workdays the SBD. A loon as the SB2C came \
that it will be a really good long. into
production was sent to the
show In addition to a full schedule
I fleet
to advanced training
maintained each
day night flying
w. squadrons. The Helldiver, more i
is scheduled daily, weather permitting commonly known as the "Beast."
CourageousContinued ,. Duty sections handle thejob has since that day replaced her
"e with a small nucleus
< of night
from Page One <. predecessors and has carried on the
division men regularly assigned. job for which she was designed in
her that he admired courage wher- VSB has been around for nearly'
a very commendable .
ever he saw it It was a big mo- manner.If
ment for both the Admiral and -

the desk fragile, smiling girl at his I Rear Admiral Davison To

Assisted by her ten-year-old s Present Safety Awards
brother, Peter, who helps her with Today

the administration of her library, The formal presentation of the

and by her older brother George, two new aviation safety awards
who has just finished three and a [I for single and multi-engine air- i

one-half years overseas as First craft,
/ Iflssr recently established by Rear
Lieutenant with the Army ground Admiral I
Ralph ,
forces, Barbara is a business-wo- TilE PARKING area around Hangars 113 and 114 is a Hell- NATTC, will be Davison, Chief of iT
man who asks no special consider diver-minded place the past several weeks with the arrival of VSB. NAS Fort Lauderdale today at
ation. Her books rent for three At the top in this series of pictures dive-bomber flight line is Lake City. and NAS I i.}

cents a day, and she has a wide shown with the men busy with the job of arming, gassing and tun-
selection.So ing up the SB2C's powerful engines. One of the keystones of VSB Rear Admiral Davison, who In.

we say to those of you who maintenance Is the engine change division, (middle photo). Under stltuted the two awards for the : 1
have time and inclination to read the supervision of Henry Borcz, ACMM, J. E. Smith, Sic, tightens purpose of recognizing outstand I
more than the weekly JAX AIR a nut on the rocker box cover while J. .1, Alvino, AMMlc, checks the ing safety achievements of train.

NEWS (plug), stop down to the spark plug leads. In the lower photo, Comdr, Ralph Weymouth, VSB ing units operating under his command ,
library at 5201 Freemont St. and training officer, discusses the personnel situation with W. E. Ahl, will present the single-en :
pick up a book or two. ACMM, leading chief of the squadron. gine trophy to Torpedo Bombing
Squadron, ATU-1 based
all the at Fort
We remember courage; -- -
and spirit of Iwo Jima and Ba- Urge Supply Officers commissary ineas.fuel and .- multi-engine Lauderdale this morning and the

taan, the indomitable qualities of trophy to Bombing
the men of Bastogne. That's war, To Continue ActiveA Reserve officers of the line, lieu- Squadron, ATU-2, at Lake City .
tenants (jg) or ensigns this afternoon.
we say; in war you have to have now over-
courage. serious shortage of Supply seas and having six months of sea Accompanying: Admiral Davison -
But sometimes we forget the Corps officers has prompted the duty are eligible to apply for shore to Fort Lauderdale and Lake City :

courage and spirit necessary for issue of three NavActs designed duty at large supply depots. They will be the following NAATC staff

life on the home front, where the to meet the situation. All reserve must agree to remain in service officers: Comdr. P. D. Buie, single
glamor and heroics are not quiteso supply officers are being urged to until 1 August 1046. engine pilot training; Comdr H.
apparent We forget people like remain on active duty after they 4 T. Hasclton, multi-engine pilot
Barbara Bergstrom. become eligible for leaving the WANTED MARINE AIRMEN training; Lt Comdr W. E. Mann,

service, unless their reasons for (SEA-The Marine Corps has flight safety officer and LLeut.

Worland, Wyo. SEAJacob) separation are "compelling." launched a campaign for 1,000 recruits R. J, Smith, aide to Admiral Davi-

Johnson, old time prospector, Officers particularly requested to for its air arm. Those enlist-
thinks he's found gold and is care- consider remaining active as long ing or re-enlisting may ask for son.Today's awards were based on

ful about the men he hires to help aa possible are those having expe- duty with aviation units as pilots, flight safety records for the last

dig it out. He wants "only square rience in contract termination, navigators, photographers, radio six months of 1945./ The trophies,

shooters, no tinhorn gamblers or surplus property disposal, cost or operator, flight engineers, gun- one of which is shown here, will be
vampire hussies" general accounting,'transportation: ners or 1 bombardiers. re-awarded annually.

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28 _February, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

,/ :' WILCO" ., "" .j_ H" ',.," _."," 9e Memphis Center
In ., IDE1

:, :' t For NATT Work

Most of the activities of the Na-
3 val Air Technical Training Com-

- mand will be concentrated at

, .. Memphis, Tenn., by June of this

i.' year it was announced by the Navy
t. Department In Washington this PRESENTS

I.lv..iphls was one of the four .
y d major NATTC centers during the
J war. Others were at Chicago, Nor-
man, Okla and Jacksonville. MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

: Activities at Norman and Chi
e tSF cago -ivill be moved to Memphis THURSDAY

n ; 4c: during the next three months, aft- "RETURN OF FRANK JAMES," with Henry Fonda. Shows at
er which these facilities will be
closed, the Navy said FRIDAY
The Jacksonville center has al-I "SWING PARADE" with Gale Storm. Show at 1300 only.

ready been reduced to( peacetime DANCE, 2030-0030 featuring Johnny Long and his orchestra. ,
rr ---Cs. "SARATOGA TRUNK," starring Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman -
Shows at 1300-1930 Saturday and 1430-1700-1930 on Sun I Better Check On BASKETBALL Saturday at 1800 NAS Waves vs. Rollins College. ;

O %4 R Your Tax Status only.BASKETBALL\ "SPIRAL STAIRCASE," starring MONDAY Dorothy McGuire. Show at 1309 ',

t Before 15 MarchThat at 2000, NAS Fliers vs Parris Island. NAS Waves
vs Pepsi-Cola at 1830. ,

15 March deadline for filing TUESDAY
.. Income tax returns Is creeping "THE VIRGINIAN," with Joel McCrea. Shows at 17001930.WF.DN'ESDAY I

up again, but don't let it worry
But I was expecting it in the arm I Coca-Cola "SPOTLIGHT BANDS" program, featuring GeorgePaxton'
_. you.The rules Orchestra. Admission by ticket only. Program limited to
--- -- -- -- are few and simple I
this year, and if military personnel.
you are a member -
v of the DANCE, George Paxton's Orchestra. 2200-2400 Guests Invited. d
I IM Commercial great fraternity known
I as "enlisted personnel" with no 1
outside income, give the matter no
Bulletin further thought. Uncle Sam can't THURSDAY A FRIDAY

: i iI BilUlIn will a* accepted until. available..' have get a an dime outside out of income you. But of if you "BECAUSE OF HIM," starring Deanna Durbin Show at 1930 only.

I apart U Illcd. 1'':.t. Ml*. any SATURDAY
FOR SALE considerable size, you had better No Show.
By LoU A. l 'ner, Ylc Furniture for whole hou... including all investigate your status. SUNDAY

, Old Sol, shining in all his glory, the..incidental.... Please Inquire needed:after will dill not daily breakup Officers, however, have to do a "SWING PARADE." with Gale Storm. Show at 1930 only.
'. really brought out the sun worshippers I or any tint Huturdnjn and Sunday. more. After determining total MONDAY A; TUESDAY
'. over the long week-end I33ZU Randolph St., NAS. commissioned officer pay for the SARATOGA TRUNK," starring Gary Cooper and Ingrid Berg-
I 3? Lincoln Zephyr,
radio hater,
past year, subtract the sum of $1-
; back of all the barracks 1930
The yard Show at
a-nl-H. beam light. Lt. OK) L. K. Wo ; was dotted with gals in a mini- -.-. BMtr 900. Ext. ULt your civilian income, WEDNESDAY
mum of clothing acquiring some :. uniform Film Bench gray siM ST. If any. If the total .is $500 or more "Spiral Staircase" with Dorothy McGuire. Show at 1930 only.
will aril or trade fur size 19. Lt. Basil you must file a return even thoughyou
Florida tan in strategic places, Ft.: rt*.
particularly: along the lower limbs. Offtr-r'a clothlnti I gray suit size 19, may not actually have to pay OTHER EVENTS
There U nothing quite so messy as in: 2 khaki suits II.* mrh 1 kh.kl anything.
getting your hose out of a bottle. 11: nil aim 39: I (ray shirts, aix ItxBIII Remember, if your spouse works BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation BuildingNo.

And If you've got one eye opened II'DO each each, ,I 1 whit white shirts shirt! ,, sine ail* I5'x34.U'ixSIII : you may file a joint ,return. Usually 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturdayand

when you're doing it, the results ..SO. I khaki shirt iu> l.S\;,:x14, II.2i a joint return is advantageous 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointmentonly.
j are sometimes something to see. each: 1 top coat with lining axe.. 41, if your wife earned less than $500 .
122.0: anJ I pair black,, .
Another advantage of possessing t'y. n.60. Protestant Chaplains' Qfftc sire. for the year. If she's earned more SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming.
" the real thing is the time saved Mintln and Birmingham Ares. than that, and you earned $500 or 1200-1300, and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100, and Sunday
ri both morning and night if you 'a H-rl-r.Dnvldnon motorcycle, (1 overhead more above the $1,500 exemption 1200-2100:

a" don't have to put It on or wash. it I I If overhauled. A-t rendition. new, ju.t paint"bn and enmplrt good. sharpen up a couple of pencils and, BOXING--For Information regarding workouts, contact Lieut A.

- off ti,-.. Nit. (CM. lat Lt:i office. P S. (' figure out whether single or joint J. RnbLno, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after 1500.
Speaking of that 'long week or call, Ext. 9917.3tiler returns are best for you. II GOLF Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
living room auil.. 1100: can beova I I and 0800 to 2030 Colt clubs and balls available Golf
',: end the barracks were really after :5 P. M., or Saturday and on Sunday. are at
, 1\ deserted from Thursday night until Sum1347A) RandoAph l| St NAS House Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
,. Monday morning.. The more adventuresome fu.limi.na MouUr 144'iB Child;i M., NA1 ASCIiORAGE- pen daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
'", ones traveled to Atlanta Cool P. M tacit. UMA frit' Randolph ntRttrna. St.Cull. NAS after. 4:30 s cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason

a- Tampa. Miami and other Living room dinette and brdrnom furnltur Field.
scenic spots down the coast. Daytona *. Isabel Wjrckoff Ext. C.-.>8 or 2- I TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training

'I Beach and St. Augustine Or 1 H91 trade after for f auto P. In M.good condition Muat Building No. 726, and equipment rooms at Building No. 3, and

." "., came in for their share of the attention / 10 together: X rooma of furnlturbed-' SALTY HUMOR FROM also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads).
room, living room, and kitchen. Portable RECEPTION CENTER-The Reception Center, located in south
,I. I radio. Inclurtrtl M.I pieces for sale.: fine HERE AND THERE wing of Building No. 955, Is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
. For the gals who I like: their I music chair! upholstered hot water h..rocker.it..r.burner Urga coil stuffed and from 1000 to c: 2200 daily.I :.
on me sweet but solid side, we t"nk. gas. run easily be converted W I I LII3it.'uiY Located on second aecK of Aiamsiae RecreationBuilding
recommend the dance to be held at I E. Huffman ):-,. 4\1" or 81121. Inebriated sailor was leaning on I No 3. Open from 0800 to( 2100 Monday through Friday. From
the Mainslde Auditorium on Fri- WANTITraveling : II the bar with his hands clasped to 0800 to 1630 Saturday and from 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.
to Pittsburgh I
on March S Contact
gether. he would
day, 1 March. Johnny Long and his II Kelly. 21 I. Frequently peekin \'OLLEl'BALLDIINTOS: TOUCH FOOTBALL-Officer per-
organization are one o f the flag a puppy\ If pmaible, any kind fur a between his thumbs, first with I sonnel previously scheduled for sports In the Auditorium are requestedto I
young rouble Will offer It .a good homM.I.'K ... one eye, and then the other.
smoothest, danceable bands to meet at the gear Issue room at noon daily for organized activities.
Randolph St. N\3" I "
come to the attention of music lov- Enlisted. eouple. tl) share apartment O WGottul. got there demanded ATHLETIC GEAR Available In gear issue room, Building 3,
ers in a long time, so dig out yourdanein' ... 2S50 Poat his friend." I lower deck
shoes and journey main. 1 or Z panarnicrra to. Centralia. Ill, Irav I "Guess! said the sailor with a, -- --
Inn any time after 28 }'.b. Mrs J. R. knowing smile, I
aide way on Friday night You'Ureally Andrew 2-03H or S-SUl I
enjoy their toe-tickling Furnished houw or npnrtmrnt Lt B..nllKit 'I "Butterfly? Ragsdale Top SepCen Program I
2.HSFurnishwl "Nope-this after another cautious
rhythms Hiwrtment ni home fur man peek. On Air
wf! und Hi year old boy Mr. Herti ?" Skeet Scorer Friday
The "Chicken House" on the man, Ext. 8(44 "Hummingbird
To buy equity in h..".. and furntur, prrfriil Another look into his fist "JUST CALL ME MISTER "
beach road was the scene of a Comdr. William P. Rafgsdale, of ,
O .* ,.... "
> >ly X bedroom- or rent h. fur "Nope. I
birthday surprise party held in nt.hed En. Gallant Bl.ltt 8:2.: care, the Jax Separation Center, toppeda I I variety radio show sponsored by
honor of Miss Verla Hill last Sun- Guard Mull. F-t 61**. "Well," I dunno an elephant field of 70 skeet shooters to take I the Separation Center In cooper-
day night. Miss Hill wondered An apartment fur 2. In Rlv-r.!.!.. aert6npreferhbly. maybe? the Sunny South Skeet Shoot ation with the Naval Air Technical .
Mr.. Nettliw, Ext. !l317. The drunk sailor took another I I
Training Center, will be broadcast
about the sudden Interest all the Grand Championship in Miami
Air and tank Included or
gun compressor
and demanded "What
girls attached to Welfare and P.T. not, W. E. Hoffman. Ext 4JS or 8921 long look : Sunday. I I from the NATTCenter audi
were showing in leather work Coir .clubs matched art of Spnlclinu .,,.,,1.l land color 1"SIc Comdr Ragsdale shot 99 out of torium Friday night at the usual
but never once did she that 5 Irons (omplet with b",. Cl 100 birds in the final match time, 2000.Baritone.
"k.. '.',, See :MAA. : "Lieutenant, can I take a clay I
the moccasins, cigarette case, wallet of the three-day tourney, to run Fred Katterhemrlch
leather purse, key case, belt month off? his grand total to 296 out of 300. will appear as soloist with the
and picture frame were meant for I'i' Decommission ShipsAt Lt.: "Sure thing go right Second honors went to Rudy Et- NATTCenter chorus to sing a spec

her. As a "surprise" the party wasa Green Cove SpringsWith ahead. chen, of the Miami shooting club cial arrangement of "StoutheartedMen.
Sic "Then I take another "
: can
complete success and so was the I ceremonies ?" where the meet was held, with a and swing music will be provided
appropriate month oft I
dinner Sixteen candles, Miss score of 2fH for 20()t) tries. by the SepSenders.The .
three ships were decommissioned Lt: "Sure, why not? movie, "Ziegfeld Follies"
Hill ? yesterday at the Florida Group "Gee, thanks" answered the The NAS team, composed of' with Fred Astalre will follow the

] Base, Sixteenth: Fleet, located at sailor as he picked up the calendar Comdr Ragsdale, Lt. E J. Hill I broadcast after a ten-minute In
Green Cove Springs. The three and started tearing pages off. I John Lawlor, AOM3c William termission. Doors to the auditorium
St. Augustine Tour
Bradham, Sic. and Clayton Board-
ships two destroyer I will close at 1950, and all station
one ATD, are the first to be de Mama Skunk was worried be- man, Sic, placed second in the personnel are invited to
Project of USO I'commissioned at the Green Cove cause she could never keep trackof five-man team competition. They show. seethe

activity. her two children. They were i were runners-up to the Etchen I ..
A sightseeing trip to St. Augustine Besides the officer and enlisted named In and Out, and wheneverIn shooting club team. 1 *

for Navy personnel Is a regu-I personnel attached to the Six- was in, Out was out. Confus- The 100-yard target all-bore I It's Dance
lar, ,Sunday project sponsored by ['I I teenth }Fleet attending the cere- ing no? So one day Mama Skunk i event, first day feature, brought a Time
a the :Forsyth Street USO.i mony were Rear Admiral John F. called Out in to her and told him shoot-off of a three-way tie be-
A: bus, furnished by the I Navy, Shafroth Commandant Seventh to go out and bring In in. So Out tween Comdr. Ragsdale, Rudy Et- This Friday NightAmerica's
leaves the downtown club each Naval District and Rear AdmiralO went out and In no time at all chen and Ralph Meli: the former

Sunday morning at 1030' and returns M. Read, Deputy Commander, brought In In."WonderfuU". missed one bird to take runner-up favorite, Johnny Long,.
:from St. Augustine at 1600. Sixteenth Fleet. said Mama Skunk. spot. brings his orchestra to the Main- .
Although the schedule may change The members of the visiting par- "How in all this great forest, "Red" Boardman, In a threewaytie side Auditorium this Friday night, '
from; week to week the first stop ty will witness the sealing of the could you find In In so short a in Class B competition on two for a Ship's Dance: This fast rising
is 'usually at the old Spanish fort last hatch on each ship, the haul- time?" ,days lost both shoot-offs; ,Lawlorwon ; young bandleader, one of the
followed by a visit to the alligator I I Ing down of the pennant, and the "It was easy,' said Out. "In the Class C shoot on the sec few southpaw violinists in the bus
farm. A brief trip is made to St. ordering of crew to leave the stinct. ond day, Lt. Hill scored 98 out of iness, offers a well rounded pro "!
Augustine Beach after which the ships. 100 birds In Sunday's shoot, although gram of ballads, novelties, rhythm
bus returns to the center of town. I I 'Looka that sign." handicapped by a strong songs and specialties that help to
The men are then on their own un- "Whassit ?" cross-wind
shay make his
y aggregation one of the,
til the 1600 departure time. Algebra Course Being "Shas ladies' ready to wear future "Top :Ten bands In theland. I

Admission Is charged on'certain Conducted Here NowA clothing." BLACKOUT CITY .
phases of the Sunday tour but the "Well, Ish about time, ain't, It?" ,()Oakland, Calif, (CNS The; Pint.. lzed Frances Lane, 'f,
transportation, the trip throughthe review course In high school plague' of is
Oakland a gang of blue-eyed :Tommy Borgan and th ,
fort and lunch are free. algebra is now being conducted by vacancies also exist in courses ,
on teen-age, (or younger a) boys ,who, Glee Club assist in, the \'OCaldh
Men Interested! !in maltingthe Ens. William B. Elmore each American History, Geometry and within a fortnight, plinked out partment and add to the versatility
tour must register each Tuesday and Thursday at 1730. Lt. All interested hands
Sunday Trigonometry. more than 200 of the city's streetlights of this cracker-Jack show band.
morning at the information at the Forsyth Street USQ. officer, reported today that a few I 30. fles. 2030 mark.




Page Four AIR NEWS 28 February, 1946

J" tt s.!" A AH commissioned, enlisted 1Z"J..Ib.t: ;:;; 't

Editorial Office* sonnel at the Naval Air ,
Office ot Public Information, Room 221 contribute to the 1946 Fund
Administration Annex, Bldg. 954 American Red Cross between BUSH
Telephone Extension 8542 March. r'l'
Lt Comdr. J. F. Kelly, 17SNR. Public Information OfBcer While the end of major
f' Lt. (Ji) E. A. Shipley. USNR. Fditor-ln-Chief War II has reduced a few of
Mr The) JAX Alit NLWb La published weekly at the U. S. Cross service to the armed .
r Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Florida, by the Office ot these problems loom as large
compliance Public Information with Secnav at no Circular expense Letter to the 45-5.28.government: 28 May and 1945 In morale, hospital needs, ( :;- "iUAER -' .
Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air family communications and
Station, the Naval Air technical Training Center, the less others. Separation
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Com-
mand, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Naval induction stations on the other
Air Gunners' School, the U. S. Naval Hospital, and the lems as the picture constantly EACH ':
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Mayport. Is especially appropriate to

Captain Anthony R Brady. USN Commanding campaign slogan: S6/U/OU 1 ,
Jacksonville Naval Air Station YOUR RED CROSS \ p
The Naval Air Station has BUDOCK DOLLARS
Captain Ford N. Taylor USN, CommandingNaval '
Air Technical Training Center utation for 100 per cent
calls, and the Red Cross & &rl
Captain Clarence.J.S.Brown Naval(Hospital MC) USN CommandingU. Just as vital to our well-being ,
darkest years of the war.I .
Captain Maurice M. DeWolf. USNR CommandingNaval therefore, proclaim the BU3ANDA
Personnel Separation Center to March Slat as the official

Lt. Col. Alexander: A. Vandegrtft. Jr., USMC Commanding paign at Naval Air Station, 1
Marine Barracks concerned to give generously [a s J

Commander Robert Feddern USNR CommandingNaval means. ALL OTHERS .
Air Gunners School Captain A. _
NAVAL EXPENDITURES by bureau from 1 July 1940 through
Commander Howard E. Born USN. Commanding ) Lend-Lease, are shown in above chart bawd
Station Aug. 1945: Including
Naval Auxiliary Air Cecil Field -- --
Sc.cNa.a.nnuaJ report to the President. Total was $94,500,000,000
Commander John B. Hukn. USNR, CommandingNaval ships comprising biggest item, $30,600,000,000. F
Auxiliary Air Station Mayport I _ 1

I Capt.Marine Marvin Aviation L. Seidel.DetachmentThe USMCR. Jobs Are Open Because of j

JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service :t' ews cnclVieuss
and Ship's Editorial Association material. Republlcatloof Reserves' '
credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS, and 4
War Department 205 E. 42nd St.. N.V.C. or SEA WashIngton '
i 25, D. C Republlcation of any other matter Service
except by service publications Is prohibited without By Camp Newspaper president, Anaconda Copper Min
permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. Job prospects in mining are dis-
ing Co. who says that despite uncertainties -
In Camp Newspaper Serv- '
By Chaplain Paul II. 1
I with regard to price
series on post-war occupa
When some people are opportunities.The I I control, wages, and government
r Troubled WorldA they attend, they reply by U. S. Bureau of Mines has stockpiling of strategic materials,
"our operations are now in need
It doesn't make a considerable program '
serious breach in relations betweenthe any "will spell ultimately nearly of many more employes." He adds
wartime allies to be son makes such an answer man-years of employment, that Anaconda expects "to con-
great seems develop-
that he doesn't know tinue operations at a high rate and
and private. It expects to \
ing in spite of the give and take attitudenow '
possibly at a much higher ratethan '
religious to "research workers, engineers,
being shown in the functioning of the lieve." Indifference say in, and other scientific men that now (November) in effect

UNO. Two situations entirely unconnected every section of the nation to
is not tolerance but rather
i with each other rift untouched reserves of coal,
are responsible for this ,
Our nation is composed of shale, oil-bearing sands, zinc,
which, if not soon checked, may reach dan- lukewarm religionists. Our iron, tlngsten, magnesium, I BOOK SHELFThe I
gerous proportions. One concerns atomic forward toward the dozens of other metals."
power, and the other revolves around Russia's show The program will extend over
our citizenry a Station Library has added
years, and, according to
position in Manchuria. the Christian religion. Bureau's forecast, will result FACTS ON FILE to its reference

Chinese leaders are becoming increasingly tortured and killed "new industries by the score, collection. This very useful cumu-
the of the tens of thousands, lative weekly index has been com-
nervous over continued jobs by
presence difference to them what
piled by experts, H V. Kaltenborn
techniques (and) new weap-
Russian in Manchuria.
troops Originally victions were. They were for combating unemployment." on News Analysis William L. Shiner
scheduled to depart on February 1, the Reds what they believed was the Shortage of Miners on World Affairs and James
have remained in unabated force there while were willing to die for it. Truslow Adams, Consultant in His-
The outlook may not be quite tory, to mention a few of them.
rumors of negotiations for new concessionshave Our world is in a sad bright, however, since some This index should be of real assist- '
been confirmed by Chinese spokesmen. cause so many of us don't enterprises compete with ance to those who want to locate
Even General Chou En-Lai, Chinese Com- terested enough in a .LN Substitution of oil for coal interesting and timely items in the

munist leader, has shown his perturbationover our places in chapel at heating and in providing pow- realms of science, sports and
for ships and locomotives, for world affairs.
this apparent encroachment on Chinese Sunday. The Holy Day is might bring about a j
For detailed informationon
sovereignty in industrially rich Manchuria. for a round of golf or a in the petroleum Industry, current more events, there is Time

It is true that American troops remain in poker table. We neglect distribution coal mining would, transportation suffer. Jobs, Newsweek, United States News i

r North China. But there have been no re- life and that of our each would be affected accord- Foreign Policy Bulletin and Life;
quests for concessions of any kind from this rity. Give religion an for military news, there is the
Iny Army and Journal the Ar- j
Navy ,
country. The function of both American and a difference in your life. October, there existed a my and Navy Register and All

Russian troops in Chinese territory is osten- soul. Feed on Him. Take bituminous of some miners.45,000: anthracite Some 25- Hands.

sibly to disarm the Japanese and send them those who can proudly miners were over 65, and prob- Have you ever wondered just
home. The Russians, however, use this pe- LIEVE." will retire, and for 4 years how much value you are getting in J
had been no replacements return for your money when you ;
riod when they hold the cards of military the 4000 men who are killed are making a purchase Perhaps 1
power to seek special privileges for them- Wanta permanently disabled each year this feeling of insecurity can be I
selves in territory of recognized Chinese sov- mining accidents.K. overcome to some extent by a )

ereignty. This, apparently, is the cause for The JAX AIR NEWS C. Adams, editor of the Unit monthly browsing through Consumer's
Reports. In this illuminating
Mine Workers Journal, wrote -
development of genuine alarm among the one possible answer to : periodical everything from

Chinese. age.A "Discharged soldiers employed canned goods to cosmetics is view-
This is obviously a Russo-Chinese prob- comfortable heated the mines who are returning to ed with a fact finding eye .11'1

lem. But it is hard to see how a persistent in Jacksonville, and all home mining village have Should you be interested in
paper are qualified to take that they are no brushing up on the opera before ,
Russian encroachment such as this can fail
interested in coal mining. tuning in on the Saturday after-
a to have repercussions throughout the UNO. is high-but what's money ( have been around; seen towns noon Metropolitan broadcast, thereis
It would be well if Russia would make public itor's note: Money is a fine ) cities; are ambitious to get the VICTOR BOOK OF THE ,
her full intentions regarding China. you have to do to get ,this other work; many have met OPERA and also individual cop-
self is to whip by the near their training camps; ies of the stories of the following
On the other side of the world an even Roosevelt have been married, and for operas: HANSEL AND GRETEL,
more perplexing problem has developed. along Highway, I most part these girls will not AIDA, THE RHINEGOLD, TUB
blocks this side of Ortega In
atomic unleashed I mining towns. MAGIC FLUTE, CARMEN, BORIS -
When finally
' power was A cop will jump out of Prospects Pretty Good GODUNOFF, THE VALKY-
the reverberations, like a tidal wave in a RIE, LOHENGRIN, THE BAR-
you to be guest, and "There is every reason to be
still pond, rather quickly involved the whole the way. to your new that the demand for coal for TERED BRIDE and FAUST.

world. Three nations, each having an instru a few of our faithful next several years will equal! ;!

mental part in developing this terror of mod- the "City Limits" sign at more even miners.with the" addition'of f9iui nrS rru icps Ji i

ern war, are seeking now to hold the secret. from 30 to 120 m.p.h. and Mining is a line in which vets

They have promised to share it with other hard way, that a 25 m.p.h. formerly employed, are un- Serrtree for Sunday S March 144. I.

nations by UNO.once control measures have been setup tween that point and the to to enter return, ,but the for prospect those who is the Station and Muslin tbapeU.AvenseProtestant Birmingham 1

good. There is virtually no 0' 30-Holy Communion-ChaplaIn B. J'
The sum total is that we have given Rus- -* however, for disabled vets, C. Gilbert
sia cause for uneasiness, just as the Rus- mines are now unable to ab- 0930-Caylor NATTC Service-Chnplafn E. E. j

sians have, in a different way, caused uneas- Volunteers, Step .men injured in mine accl- 1043 ft'-Divine Lee Albo Service.' -Chaplain Fritn1815 _.-'_

iness among the Chinese.Is The current appeal for In- copper, an optimistic outlook ::s Vetper. Hour:.Chaplain t. W 1

it possible that we err in our failureto I tors to teach evening taken by E. W. Sowerwine, vice- Divine Andrew Services fur Colored Personnel ;

share, now, with Russia the secret of the this station is one that Building eel i
1430 Chaplain
I B. U Gilbert.
j atomic bomb? Can she not develop one of consideration, by all Ceiling Sunday School Small Chapel

her own during the next 20 years? Do we who are qualified The 0930-ChapUln t"B.C.M' "Gilbert. j''

propose to enter an atomic bomb race with sured that they will be Being Raised 0830 0830--Maia.Musa. I

the second most powerful nation in the thing of a highly 0830-MAM.: oj'

world? Can we be foolhardy enough to be- thing that will long be (SEA raised)-The for aviation ceiling ,has thanks been to 1700 1100--High MUM. Ma...

lieve that the world can again build for war men and women attending development of "two-stage" U An maintained Outdoor. Nnrtery far email children
between W and 1200.
and, think for peace? Instructors, capable of for .use in j
list of school level airplanes. Efficient opera- Week-day. Ruligi.se Services) I
It has often been said that the seeds of high at altitudes of 40,000 feet is '
World War II were planted in the peace, of needed by both NAS and -10,000 feet higher than Jewlih Reltfloai Service and FtlVewahip t

the first World War. Careful thought and ac- cer or enlisted person can 1804-Frldajr, In hI-.n: : ) Ckaptl. i '1

tion now may prevent a third one. The prob- facts about the projects by "two-stage"utilizes the turbo-super- 1900, =Wed..ad"7-Mutuh1 Latter Day SaiUla.Beivk Meeting* in ,
of air ,
Educational Services Bmull Chapel.
lems are extremely complete. But they must NAS through two stages of Ye..f Men's BlfcU Claw '
be solved soon, or the seeds of a >t
'Already planted, may begin .to sprout. fice,in Building 501. of previous models. Chaplain E. E. Cajkw.'- IJAX

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28 February, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five

Production Efficiency Awards BREEZING AROUND A & R I

Emergency Repair A hearty
welcome is extended to Lt. H. culminating her trip with an aft-

Buergey, USN who Is taking the ernoon at Rollins College where
Are Won By Three A & R Shops place of Lt. G. W. Mills, USN. 1141 she saw Greer Garson, and other
will go to planning division and we fascinating notables In their an-
wish him the best in his new work nual festival The Larry Pi-
Word has come back to Emergency pers were content with showing
Praised For Repair that Pete Petersonis their young son some of the near-
er sights, such as Silver Springsand
taking life easy, and just visited
= 3 Sioux City, la. We haven't heard the old fort at St. Augustine, .
Superior from Krause, but expect he is omitting to have him drink from

busq. Ager, E. C., has checked out the fountain of youth since his age
from 122 and Is now wearing his is still numbered in months insteadof
; '11L j c Performance ruptured duck. Luvisi loved us so years. Larry's resignation Is to
..much the day after his dischargehe to be effective this week as he ia
Three divisions of the returning to college on the west
atC $ Assemblyand came back to work with us as
.g i s h7r
civilian. coast Louise Garrison visited
Repair department last; week a
E Our is out the her brother In West Palm Beach
were given banners in the of- personnel sweating
fice of Captain Malcolm M. Clou- grades to be posted. They took ex- pror to his departure overseas.

4 key, Assembly and Repair Officer. ams recently, and we hope they all Electronics Division Helen
These pennants were presentedby made it. Good luck boys and gals. Stanko, Sic, is spending her fifteenday -
ii ); t Personnel and Administration- leave at her home in De-
Captain Cloukey to Shop 202,;
overhaul control division; Shop Betty LeRoy, of the Time Section, troit, Mich. Jane Embry, ART3c
I 475, machine operations, metal will be missed but has the best is also on leave at her home in

: division; and shop 482, heat treat wishes of all as she returns to De- Texas.
shop, metals division for Increasing troit with her husband, Raymond John Horne has joined the ranksof
their production efficiency (per LeRoy, just discharged from the the Radio Shop having been dis-
from the service. He
service. charged serv-
person assigned) for the three
t consecutive months ot November i Miss Ruth Brooks motored to ed with the Navy for four years
(, 1. Y December, and January. Shop 202 Palatka to visit the Ravine Gar- and saw action on Salpan, Iwo .Jima -
had previously received the same dens over the holiday leave and Okinawa. Welcome to the
Miss Mildred Burdick covered shop, John.A .
award for the months of July, Au-
_____u__ gust and September. many points of interest in a motor familiar face is again seen
PHODUCTION E PENNANTS were awarded recently by Cap- Captain Cloukey pointed out tour, seeing Bok Tower, the Cy- around shop 862. Willie Carlisle

tain Malcolm M. Cloukey, Assembly and Repair Officer, to the shops that it is an honor to receive these press Gardens, (which she reports who has been with the Navy for
increasing their production efficiency for the three consecutive awards for production merit and being in their best holiday attire the past two years Is back with us.
months of November and December 1945 and January 1946. Pictured that for the swarms of visitors), Clear- Will has been stationed at May-
high praise should be givento
above the who water, Tampa, St. Petersburg, and port.
Captain Cloukey congratulates shop supervisors received the divisions for their superior
the awards. Front row, left to right J. L. Young of metals of I
performance duty.
division shop 475, Captain Cloukey, T. L. Hughes, ACM, of metals HOBBY PAYSINTERESTED .
Individual letters of commendation ____ __ .
division shop. 482 and R. K. Come, ACM, of overhaul control divi- -
from Captain R..
sion shop 202. Back row left to right, Lieut. W. A. Stanul, man- Anthony :
agement engineer, Lieut. F. C. Socart, metals division officer, and Brady, Commanding Officer, were ,
given at this time to the shop su
Lieut. R. Rucker, overhaul control division officer. Letters of com FMy,
pervisors, J. L. Young of 475 R..
from Captain Anthony R. Brady, Commanding Officer
mendation ,
K. Comer, ACM of 202, and T L.,
were given to the shop supervisors at this time.
Hughes, ACM of 482.
-- -- -- -- ---
Preference Act of 1944. In the letters of commendation

..1 Peacetime Civil This means, for example, thatIf Captain Brady said: "You are
in connection with supplyingnames hereby congratulated and commended

to departments, the Com- for outstanding leadership,,
Service Rules mission has reached the grade of industry, and ability in securing
89 on an appropriate civil service these highly gratifying increasesin
list any non-veteran war service production efficiency"

Are Announced appointee who has received a gradeof The daily productoin record of

84 or more on such list may be the Assembly and Repair depart-
i /ontlnucd from Page One given a regular civil service status,, ment showed that shop 475 had again

ments pending the establishmentof provided that all veterans above of 78 per cent in Novemberover g,
regular Civil Service lists. The him have been appointed or have October, 14.6 per cent for De r

regulations, as called for by the been given the consideration to cember over November, and 14.9
Executive Order, provide for a return which they are entitled under the per cent for January over December
to regular Civil Service pro- Veterans Preference Act of 1944. Shop 202 had a gain of 29.3
cedures in the making of such ap- In order to receive a regular civil per cent for November over Octo- A

pointments. Under these proce- service status under this second ber, 455 per cent for Decemberover

dures, it has always been custo- plan, the person holding a war November, and 69 per cent :

mary for the Commission to au- service appointment must have for January over December. Shop _
thorize the making of temporary served for at least one year. In de- 482 had an increase of 7.6 per cent
appointments pending the estab- termining whether his service has for November over October, 100.3 rs
lishment of lists whenever such been for this length of time, mili- per cent for December over No-
lists were not available. tary service will be counted. vember, and 73.2 per cent for
o Veterans Get PreferenceThe If the period of six months fol- January over December.
lowing the duration of the war
regulations carry into effect should expire before the Civil Serv-'
of the Execu- .1_! aw f" "v"! _lIfiii "II
I the provisions ice Commission has established
tive Order that, in making such regular lists for certain types of : 4i PPLYSALLIES in mechanical drawing and the development of
temporary appointments, the departments positions, the Commission will, by : mechanical devices and improvements, it wasn't a difficult problem
I and agencies must give regulation, provide for extendingthe for Lorance Turner, pictured above, to find a solution to the old tool
preference first to disabled veter- authority to keep war service C used in the polishing of propeller domes in the Plant Division, As-
ans, second to non-disabled veterans appointees on the roll. sembly and Repair Department. The tool he illustrates decreased the
and third to displaced federal The regulations become effective time of operation from one hour to 20 minutes and practically elim-
workers. Also, in making such ap- for the Navy Department 7 inated any rework. Turner has received three cash awards of six
pointments, the departments must March 1946. The Labor Board at suggestions offered to the Beneficial Suggestion Committee.Turner's .

I adhere to the qualification stand- this station, under approval and
: ard established by the Civil Serv- supervision of the Regional Director : By Leola Jones

o ice Commission and, in addition, Fifth U. S. Civil Service Region I Among new employees recently Propellor Dome
I must see to it that there is no dis- will commence announce- welcomed aboard are the follow-

crimination because of race creed, ments and conduct open competitive ing: Clarence Vickers (Inventory) ; Tool Saves
color, or national origin. examinations and establish Eugene A. Japour (Tire Ware- Many RejectsLorance

Persons who are given tempor- registers (eligible tests) for all:I house); Katheryn E. Rozar (Ac- Turner, snapper mechanic of Maintenance, Plant Division,
appointments pending the es- positions at this station in which counting) ; Anita K. Goetzen (Per
Assembly and Repair Department, has a hobby which paid good re-
.abllShment of regular lists will war service appointees are serv- sonnel); Lucy T. Dalton (Stock turns. He has always been interested in mechanical drawing and the
to within-grade sal- ing.It Control) ; Robert 1... Johnson (De- development of mechanical devices and improvements.
ary advancements and will not be will be impossible to anounce livery); Evelyn S. Moatz (Time
Included in the membership of the simultaneously all the examina- keeping )and Maryann H. Hedrick During the past three years, he he finds particular enjoyment cast-

f retirement system. Persons receiv- tions required. It is anticipatedthat (Correspondence). I n c i dentally, has offered six suggestions to the Ing in surf for the fighting blues.
ing such appointments will have such project will take perhapstwo Maryann is an ole-timer for she Beneficial Suggestion Committee He also enjoys baseball, basket-
the opportunity of competing In years to complete. It will be worked here back in 1943. Three have received cash awards, ball, bowling, and on occasions,
the regular Civil Service examinations necessary to make a careful sur- Stock Control Division was ex- one of which was for $100. He has throws a mean horse shoe.

when they are held. For reduction vey of all positions in order to de- cited last week when Betty Stokes one now in process on the "Repairof His propeller dome rework tool

t- in force purposes, these termine a schedule for the an- calmly walked in to work one Blower" Fans when Bearings pictured above, was devlced as a
will be classified Burn Out. This has been recom-
temporary employees nouncements of examinations that
morning displaying a beautiful result of trouble In the polishingof
with war service appointees., will best serve the interests of the engagement ring. The lucky gen- mended by the A & R sub committee domes. The procedure at that

2. Person holding war service station and the Navy Departmentas tleman Is Henry Anner, now a civilian for an award, and will be con- time was slow and tedious, and
sidered at the next meeting of the
appointment will have the opportunity a whole. but formerly a pilot for U. consisted of using a portable buf-
, of competing in regular CI- As the examinations are an- S. Navy Wedding bells rang station committee. fer and laboriously sanding the
vil Service examinations. If they nounced each employee concernedwill for Maebell Rankin (Bookkeeping) Born in Belmore, Ind., Turner domes which were botted to A.
: do not complete or if they fail to be furnished a copy of the an- and Charles Roycroft recently. The was educated in the school systemof standard. This took approximatelyone

pass such examinations, they will nouncement which will give the wedding took place in Maebell's Indiana and attended Bloomingdale hour for each dome, which had
be replaced as soon as the regular nature of the examination, dutiesto home and hear that the bride was Academy, Bloomingdale, Ind. to be reversed and reset, and still
Civil Service lists have been estab- be performed and qualifications very lovely in her wedding outfitof Later he increased his technical many had to then be forwarded to
lished. required. blue. The "Mr. and Mrs." hon- skill by several trade courses such the Machine Shop for further re-
Explain ProcedureIf For the present, open competitive eymooned in New Orleans, La. as electrical engineering. work.
a war service appointee takes examinations for group 2 and His duties and jobs have taken
Now that we've workingfive Because of the necessity of this
'f and passes the examination, he 3 positions will be unassembled days a week for almost six him to far separated points, having i reworking, the head of the prop
receive a regular civil service and rated on verified experience to been employed as an assistant en-
Amay months-might be interesting dome department servicing these
of the follow- qualifications. No written tests at Ft. McKjnley, Me., and .,
,I appointment in one time see what some of our employeeshave gineer units went to plant maintenance
; ing two ways: (a), If he receivesa be required. At the present to the been doing that extra day of five years later as engineer in the for a solution of this problem.I

high enough grade so that the complete information various as examinations rest ( ?)-Millie Shaffer (Corre- Quartermaster Corps at Fort Gib- He knew the result he desired but
Commission reaches his name in composition of the spondence) devotes that time to bons, Alaska. However, 1927 had no'idea how It could be devel
that is
for group IV (b), Palm Beach,
the course of filling requisitionsfor Fiscal her children Tom Szarmanski found him residing oped. .
personnel, he will be certifiedto Clelrcal Administration Professional, (Storehouse) goes fishing where he remained until 1942 Turner was recommended as a
whl !h he is Sub-professional when he came to Jacksonville.. He
the agency In < em- man for the problem, as his
Personnel that prac-
However, Merle Cook ( ) uses
is not
positions, mechanic at this activ-
ployed for a regular civil service made to keep time for cleaning house and* mend- became a tical ideas when translated into
b If the lowest every: effort will be attached to maintenance,
,. appointment. ( ) concerned fully advised ing hubby's clothes Wilma ity tools really worked. He reviewedthe
rating reached by the Commission employees: late where he holds an enviable recordof existing process and, finally
Priest (Bookkeeping) sleeps
/' on the list on which his name ap- at On all 7 times.March 1946 all employees and then enjoys a trip to town in resourcefulness and dependability. came up with his tool, consistingof
does not exceed his ratingby .
pears a spindle, which revolves the
appointments the evenings Evelyn MacKenzie -
more than five points, he may, serving will under be converted temporary automatically (Purchase) also enjoys trip to The only surviving member of a dome. The buffing is done with an
upon recommendation of the department family of 17 children, Turner has cloth both inside and out-
to Section 2, Rule VIII temporary town each Saturday. Says she emery
I or agency in which he is without formal likes to window-shop! Georgia one son in the service. Also eight side. The'cleaning Is done without
now working, be given a .regular appointments action form. These Barthelmesa is a busy Individual nephews >one great nephew, one changing the position' of the dome.
civil i service status, provided all personnel will likewise have to filen -say. that -she keeps bouse, I niece, and one<< great niece with The time of operation was cut to
I veterans ahead of him have either smployees examina- I runs miscellaneous errands, shops, I rates ranging from private first 20 .minutes and additional rework

been, appointed or ,to have'which receivedthe tion the when open announced competitive 11 desirous I 'I cooks, and eats! Emiff said, 'ehehas1 I class to technical sergeant.Fishing was almost eliminated with, ;1'urner's -.
| consideration they
0 I. being his favorite sport, Invention.
day .
are entitled under the Veteran '>f being retained a busy

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TlltTllsl\" USO SHOW. Ernest Lee and His All Girl Orchestra .

A .
FRIU.YZIECFELD FOLLIES with Fred Astaire and an all

J star cast 1720 and 2045 Broadcast with SepCen Band from 2000 to

f 2030.SVTURIZIEGFELD FOLLIES at 1130 DANCE with Johnny *

j Long and his orchestra from 2000 to 2- 0\\). \


Wilde and Anita Louise. 1430. 1800 and 2000.

i MOM\\ AM) Tt.Ksl>.\-BECAUSE OF HIM starring Deanna .

Durbin and Franchot Tone. 1800 and 2000UKI \ 4 sI
>M/im: --IT ALL CAME TRUE with Humphrey Bogart

and Ann Sheridan. 1730 and 2000.

HUTKxlSUING PARADE OF 1946, starring Gale Storm

and Phil Regan. l oaf" .
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THINGS TO DO-ABOARD .\ will dance to the music of one of America's favorite band leaders. Johnny Lon_"

Saturday, March 2. from 2000 to 2400. Along with Johnny Long and his orchestra will be his feature. '
I MUMMINGDaily Indoor Pool Recreational Period for all Naval i vocalists Francey Lane and Tex Mulcahy, WAVES and USO girls have been invited and refreshments
Personnel and their guests; Monday through 'riday-12\)0\ to 1300; are planned to make this a big occasion. .
Saturday-0900 to 2100: Sunday 1230 to 2100. -- -' .- -- -.-- --- ------- --_. ... ---
GOLF-Station Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all personnel

Clubs available at Gear Locker in Southside of NATTC Audi Three Men On a Horse 1U .roil...... Navy Relief Drive

torium: Monday through Satuiday-1000-1700; Sunday-1030 to 1700. To Be Shown Twice

IK W'LING-Six Alleys behind Ship's Sen'bice available to all per. The Executive Officer

., sonnel Monday through Friday, 1000 to 2000; Saturday-1130 to 1730. For Naval PersonnelA Cunulr. Robert P. UHbf'I USV Lower Than 1945
Free bowling if you set your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. 1 Naval
MUMG: -Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, special showing for
Personnel of the farce comedy TIe Case of the Vanishing seer NATTC contributed $17322 to

I contact Ha gen. Ext. 280.TErrNISRacquets. THREE MEN ON A HORSE, by Garden i I the Navy Relief drive of 1948, according .
t and balls available at Physical Training Bldg the Little Theatre Players will be It was quite a surprise to Capt. to the final report submit

513 I II presented March 10 at 1500 and Taylor and myself when we arrived [I ted by Chaplain E. W. Andrews.
lIosn.ss; HOUisK Open daily 1500 to 2100. Saturday and Sun.
; March 11 at 2030. Tickets for these I at NATTC and found there was : The contribution
t' per capita
( day 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests.
/I- shows are available at the Welfare ''no place available where Ship'sCompany lower than last year. In 1916 an
NVTTC LINK\KY-Located in Auditorium Open Monday through I
Office at 65c apiece.Lt. and students could get a average of 30 cents
I per person was
Fridiy-0930 to 2100; Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100. I 1
bit of cooling brew. The Ma inside
Comdr. Frank Davis of NAS (contributed while this It
year was
ATlIt:I KTIC \K-Avallable at Gear Locker Physical TrainingDept. I
'i13. will\ play the role of Erwin the beer garden is a swell place but it i I approximately 20 cents per person,
[ Bldg -- faint-hearted little Caspar Milquetoast is not very convenient for u*. We and our total contribution was less

whose difficulties encountered certainly should have enough customers I than the amounts of gratuities

WHERE TO GO-ASHORE while picking winners on a race right here to support a granted to NATTO"personnel during

track, make this one of the most good sized garden of our own At the past six: months
LITTLE THEATRE:: March 10 1500 and March 11, 2030.
:MEN ON A HORSE Special Showing for Naval Personnel. Tickets at uproarious, fastest moving shows II least flocked the around number the of free barflies beer counter that The following is a statement of
written the
I Welfare Office. ever amounts received from the va-
The Episcopal Army and Navy Center corner of Church and Betty Rose WAVE, has the at the Christmas dances seemed I rious departments divisions and
to indicate that we did.
leading feminine role in this Little school.
dance from 2030 to
Market Streets, sponsors a every Saturday night
The obvious thing to do was togo .
I Theatre Production. Otll..
will be in and all enlisted riDischarges
L 2)30: Junior hostesses! charge personnel are .
right to work and get one built ( s.on
: invited. I It So with the help of some expertson I I x.: ,'i. '::::::: : ::::::::::::::::::::.i sloe

JACKSONVILLE ntACIUS-Buses: leave at frequent intervals NEEDEDA I, C'onm'.oNr' .. .. .. ... .. .. ..... .. 1.IiOr
Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing the subject the plans were I Ilioburoill" . .. .. ... .. .... .... 2.00
from I 5 Button Tradition started and everything looked rosy. Firol ... ..... .. .. ... .. 1..00Mwlicnl
and other recreation at one of woilds finest ocean breaches. Bus We had plenty of money and plenty I ..uen.t ... ..... ..... .. .. lUlU
fare 2k: I of talent- both in and 1)enlxl .. . .......... .. .. .. . 20.00
NAM :MOT1IH5S; ll<)s TKs>s> HOI,SE, 101 East Church Street. (front Feb. All-llaiuU) building I I P'r.nlln 1 . .... ....... ....... "..IiOshil'
West above Bus' Tradition will take an awful drinking. Unfortunately. however ". Servi,', ...,..... .... ..... .. "..1i0Trnlnln"
IN1I (KISTbHS. at 122 Fofsyth Street: Blanding beating if the Navy adopts a new things didn t work out the way we .. .......... .. .. .... .. l'l.rocl'
:Station:>> Church and Newnan Streets; 311 West Duval Street. USO uniform. But then there is always I wanted. For the benefit of those : AKMt.v I I ... .......'".... .... ... 11.011
WOMU- DIVISION at 43 W st Monroe Street. I A.IIl1 . .. ......... .... .... .. It.IIGA"
AM ItOYIlNG Cedar River San I the possibility that new legends that are wondering when they can SI.h..1 ... .. ........ .. ...... ... 21.1i01
CANOEING; isiiiMi, : on will spring up. step up and get their quota I wants I .\1' School .... ... ..... ... .. 11.611
Juan Avenue Take Lake Shore Bus three blocks from last stop on I to tell what happened: i SKV Srh..J, ... ........ ...... Lot
Sin Juan. How Boats -two hours, 50c; 'anoes-$1.00 per hour, motorboats Tradition says that the present AOMIAIv.I I Sch.ni ..... .. ... ... ... S.OClW..lf..r.
boat. black neckerchief is a hand-me- plans were no farther than i .. .. . ... .. .. .. .... ... S.IiCl
$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per I down from the British Navy. which the building stage when they received M".rl..1 . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. z.r.o
llhs( >Hl\CK; HIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STABLES a crushing blow from Wash Phy.iesi Training .. ... .. .. .... '..00ShIp.
Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay adopted it as a symbol of mourn- 1 l'.npant
I ing for Admiral Nelson. In the ington, D. C. This was an order directing T.\I"' . . . .. .. .. .... .. U".20
Rides.i new uniform, it would be replacedby that for the duration of TAP .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. \\t.lle
-- ; the present! critical material shortage TEML-\I I .. ... .. .. ... .... ....... .. U.O
i i and 1300 to 1600 daily. He is taking a black necktie which someone I : s.00To
leave next week to enter the, in the year 20116 probably will describe for building purposes no construction I : ifII; :: ::: :::: : : ::::::::::::::: 1 12.24: ,

Gainesville Tournament March 10 as a symbol of mourning for ''I materials of any kind "SK . ... .. ._ .. ........... 1.70
V Yeomen and 32 would be used for Navy purposes XUII-UlaIS .. .. .. ..........., 3:1.0:
I If and the Jacksonville Open Tournament storekeepers with where to )1) . .. .. .. ..... ........... .14.00.G
March 14 to 17. points. | except! necessary preserve (:. .. .. .. ...... ... .... .
This versatile I Legend -of extremely doubtful : life or property. Our beer garden 1i ................ .......... .
Athletic Specialist could hardly qualify under that V .::. .. .... .. ..... ....... .... .. Hr .
1S talented in other things besides authenticitysays the three white I heading even if prominent beer 1 ... ...... ... ............. ...
f sports. He had his own radio I stripes on the present dress jumper I guzzlers could be heard saying .

program on WESG Elmira N. Y.. I represent Admiral Nelsons "I'm dying for a drink" r : : : ;iii
on which he played the guitar and three great battles-Trafalgar, Copenhagen I After this blow we looked Into ..:.HHHHHHH.... ...... .. .............. ..

sang popular songs and ballads I and the Nile. Someone I II .
the of using salvaged
COMPANY PROFILES! For Ten years during civilian life may well decide 100 years from I mateiial-crates. boxes, anything AF.Mt.tt I I S'h..>! St.d."I.. .. . .. .. .. .=l3..18
he even played drums with orchestras now that the Navy eliminated; the ,j This began to look good when another AKMtn1 S..I. .. .... . .. .... 11I.11i
I stripes because, n figured AdmiralNelson 'I At. $,.h..l . .... .. .......... .. .IClII.1
Td.lk about being versatile BobReynolls couldn possibly have won !I i order came through saying :' ,\P I"'h..1 .. .. .............. .. IG.OO
< > is right at'' that salvage was under the same A.,' 14,'hl 1 .. .. ............ .. I.ZIi
p SplAllc. I those battles because he didn'thave .heading as everything else Well, J CKV S..h.wl . . .. . .. Z
held court or .t
home on any sports any carrier air support |I, __
that was discouraging to say the ; Crai; ITIt..1 . . . . .UUWl
competition Those 13 buttons are supposed' least. There are. however possibilities I .
\ to represent the 13 original coloI I that are still being explored i

layorate! \ I flies What will be said of the significance II' and we have some hopes that I ManyAs

of the five buttons which come warm weather a solution will
; Points
I Whil In high school he estab- are placed strategically and more be found and cold beer will be',' Drop
li.ihe'll1chool records! (which as yet '
n v'R I conveniently. on the new uniform'The available to all hands. But don't Lower and Lower .
haven't: been broken) in the PoleVault119' S '
five states Texas is
big enough' count on it too much If you feel
[ Broad Jump 22'6"and to be cut into 1"h'e Graves to Cairo the need for a bit of the brew there Another group received their pa.V'rs' .
HUh Jump- 6T'. He was the Or'And from the NATTC discharge
+.w 'A is still Larry's and the Mainsidt
; all-league unanimous choice for what's to happen to that garden section during last week and "

.1 three cmsecutive years for the song about Bell Bottom Trousers I moved on the separation centersin

outstanding, enl,: in football Can you imagine singing it to lyrics I! various parts of the country.
Red Cross Drive
His home is in Sayre Pennsylvania bowdlerized to fit the facts The Jacksonville center continuedto

but attended the Took College For example: Begins at NATTC I be the most one from

... / Preparatory Schoo: in New "Trousers with hip pockets, which personel awed to he separated
York, where he had a scholarship "Battle jacket blue Captain Ford X. Tailor, Commanding .
in foothill, basketball and track i "He'11 scan the radar Officer has accepted the To New Orleans went: Delver D.

He hJ.tJ made his home in Enditott "Like his daddy used to dn" honorary chairmanship of the 1916 Bohn AOM2c.

New York until leaving for the Red Cross Fund Campaign at th. Trkflanil- Fla Lucille" Bertha

Naval Training Center at Sampson NATTC. it was announced by Red Lawrence: SKD3c:

two years ago. From Sampson Winners In Cross Field Director Charles H To Lido Beach: Joseph Ipacs,

he went to the Physical) Instrur Bowling Adams. AOMic: .
tor's School at Bainbridge and LeagueAre Ltautenant T. I'. Me' Maliou Ch To Bainbridge, )Id.: Earl. F. Se-
thence to NATTC Jacksonville Announced C, USNR has been appointed Executive crlst Sic ,

Chairman In charge of the ': To Minneapolis; Clifford .
his i I
During first at NATTC
year -- ----- The individual Is '' .
tournament In campaign. It requested by Cap Swalm AFC2c
he played on the basketball team I
and, coached the winning AEM in night clubs he also play the bowling league has been completed ', tale Taylor that Chaplain :\h'Ma.j To Great Lakes; Barbara Barney .
the violin and vibrophone1! with Howard L Stiene, Bks lion be given full cooperation S<73c, mils F:. Markownkl.
football team. This he is
year on 2'! high man with an of each department head. bY/
Bob Reynolds most talented pupil average /
the NAS Golf team and
I the tournament held in at present is his eight-year-old 190 for three games. J. E Trenton I Present plans call for a Jacksonville: Hilly M. James

Miami he was the low recently man for' son who recently played the nine Sic was second with 184 and Len appeal by voluntary staff assistants t I PhM2c; Richard W. Coles, AOMlc;

both teams. He hit just four over I hole station course in !31 Remember Scheno. S2(', third with an average to every commissioned officer Merlyn D. Mercer Sic; Earl H
of 177Conldr.
eight years old! I and civilian employee on the sta- Mosiman SAD3c; William B. Per
par for the course, a low 75. Thettum
LeRoy B. Nagel was tion between March 1st and March ry AEM2c; Robert V. Belnap
hunt lost
any matches so had high among the officers competingwith 31st Field Director Adams rev< AEM2c; Anthony J. Weimert,
far this season. Reynolds' specialty They given the little brat a
anJ, an average of 195 and Lt. ed. Enlisted personnel will not 81'1 AEM2c; Charles H Davis, AOM-
la teeing off new bicycle were proudlywall'hing
(jg) G L Dix second
with 175: solicited individually but
him ride around I they 3c; Jerome E Hartman AM2c
\ At present he is rated as an am- : the According to Lt. William Mulr requested and urged to ;
'II block. Francis Robert Hall. PhM2c
ateur in the golf circles but has ; ,
I been instructing here on the sta-1/ On his first trip around he shouted prepared Welfare Officer with the, placques winner's will names be buttons to this worthy be cause made such contrl George W. Peck, AEM2c; Robert
; may direct to V.
tion for two seasons and has as- < : "Look Mom, n<> hands." I and will be hung In the Auditorium your division officer. Emery AMMlc; Fred B. Greenly
suited professionals in developing j! On his second trip: 'Look Mom, AEM2c.; Winfred V. Larsen
Uiiir strokes. He instructs clauses i, 10 feet. AEM2c.; Clifford H. Wlllford SAD
Another tournament
daily In swimming and is on the On his final trip: "Look, Mom I In the near future with teams planned,entering couple You in never a car can have tell gone how by far the a L.lc; Holm Wilbur AM3c H. Heitz' AEM2c; Eric

station golf course from 0900-1030. 10 teeth." into the competition. speedometer. BMZc.Page ; John Hamewk:


I 28 February, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Paga Seven ji


Air ConditioningOffers THE WORD. : UNDEFEATED.. MESS COOKS. i

... "-""1'flt> "

Wide FieldEmployment From Aviation Fundamental t

School I i c'riCceais:

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By ;J. }:lItano. CI'hoMAviations :
newest school is fast

spring a young man's nearing its first graduation The

fancy turns to the coming heat NTSchool Aviation Fundamentals ree ,
wave. Well maybe! It might even I
toward refrigeration and air. 1 ) students will complete their

turn conditioning under certain circum I 12th week, and graduate on March :

8, 1946. The first Mass has 97 men,
stances.In, I 10 This so-called Public Information -
r t r.
and start the wheels
any case the refrigeration I rolling an I Office is quite the place. We

and air-conditioning industries eventual weekly graduation of approximately get asked everything about every

seam; to be growing. The pent-up I 200 men every week thing and It seems especially on

demand created by the war is expanding I thereafter This is a. "P" School,, Monday morning when we are getting -

manufacturing, distributing or preparatory and it is organIzed everything ready to take

and selling equipment designed I I to give a background for down to the printer that half of

to keep man'a body In a state thorough understanding of Class the station personnel must dropIn

of idyllic comfort. The employment I 'A" Schools and anticipated aeronautical But we like It. Especially when
prospects are good in these i people like Ike LeFere come In all
developments, also provides
Industries. decked out in civvies and wonderful -
basic knowledge of duties
skills which sun tan saying goodbye to
the ac. I
MeiiyvOf you
common to all rates of ",'Iatlonand
quired-Jh the Navy can be used! In'' NATTC. And on this last Monday
trains seamen for immediate full of the
of cooling and I morning everyone was
.the I aIrI
by squadrons
.ditlonln equipment. Draftsmen, I adventures encountered on the
stations three day holiday. Betty Caves
tracer and blueprint makers turnout ,
drawings of machinery and In- : The rates that are explained b\ went to Tampa, Agnes Hall went

Machinists transfer the I competent petty officer instructors home to Charlotte, N. C., Douglas
Ktujlattons to metal. Sheet are: PhoM: AerM: PR.: SkV: AM from Disbursing went to St. Petersburg -
paper I AMM AEM AOM ABM AETM, the Baltimore
: : : : and enjoyed
4E.1rom pipe Alters, steam
coverers all have a The students receive instruction on I Symphony Margaret Evans went
each rating, and then are allowedto to Atlanta, Ga.. and Edward Fa-
hand in installation. ,
weigh their own qualifications pen': made out his papers for New
Sales engineers, usually graduate :
with several : and likes Each man is given an Haven, Conn. Snow Rev'en, Mary
engineers yearsprofessional I opportunity of putting in for the Ann Donnell and Teddy Duncan
experience generally I I rate he wants. The students are and John McCall made an extensive -

the only ones which rise to' then screened, which amounts to r .._ trip along the Gulf including
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brackets, but I .
the five figure seeing that a square peg isn t trying undefeated National Winter Haven and points of Interest -
others do pretty well. The indus : THE MESS COOKS who are the
try in general has a reputation for to get into a round hole An in- Champions take time out from one of their practice sessions to pose .

good salaries clean work and safe I ten'lew er goes over the man'schoice i for this picture. The Champs are from left to right: Front row: Dick Laurie Burns, Marie Cleghorn,

working conditions I I and record than a final selection DeVinney, Ron McNay, Bob Mathias and Glenn Hawkins Secondrow Frances Sculli and Ardys Redman
made to that Cla8s"A"
Principally with the start of the is as I : Jim McNickel Bob Brophy, Fuzzy MacMakln, and Gordon Fer- investigated everything possibleIn
most recent world war the Navy I School best! suited for the individual got Back row Jack Nickle, Harry Nahmlas, Dick Kimball. St. Augustine and decided they
This Is one of the finest newly opened Ponce de Leon Hotel -
and air. -
began using refrigeration i things the service has ever done THE
is place.

lera.conditioning Those who in stay important in the Navy num- I I chance for the enlisted to select man the, giving field he him will a i Play in LeagueTournaments Air Raiders Misty Towers hM taken the official -

will\ probably see more and more title of "stand-by" gal .
I follow for the rest of his Navy career
used and get opportunities to work What's this about Larry Dodd go-
with cooling and ventilating systems : Lose To NAS ing USN ?
I i For the student and reader's
in carriers, hosptlal ships, Seen down at St. Augustine last
this column will cover
and shore bases. information, week-end Manrini and GjurUh
I "
The Armed Forces Institute has week a different Aviation interesting Rate each data Almost CompletedWith I Fourth Loss In and their families trying to get
I giving
sand blasts. Comdr.
nut of the
assembled unusually good coursesin 17 StartsThe
with Photog-
and Air Con..titioning : about each Starting Conger Some of the AEMH( )
both Refrigeration rapher Mate, we find that there is play in the National;
These courses are now I a Class "A" School situated at League completed except for a few NATTC Air Raiders suffer instructor Comdr. Sauter and

in stock at Educational Services NAS Pensacola, Florida The games which were postponed all' I' ed their fourth defeat of the sea Ills family Including their cocker .

Office, Building 601 I course runs for 26 weeks and covers eyes are on the ding dong battle son Saturday night at the handsof panlel.Chief Ulak..ly ventured to Miter -
If ambition bestrides your weary all phases: ground and aerial for the American League Championship
back and competition goads >ou photography The novice with no Records Office and Bake I the NAS Fliers Led by the Spring and Chief Ronbeckook

where It hurts then dive into previous experience can learn the Shop both won games last weekto sharpshooting of Billy DeMars and in the singing Tower and

mathematics thermodynamics, radiation photo trade from A to Z, using stay in a tie for the top spot. Joe Trosper the Fliers took an early Lake Wales. to
energy loss not( yours) from the simplest box Brummett again led Records For further information as
i cameras lead and coasted to a 50-20 vic what went on over the short vacation -
and Cannot cycles and become a type to the ultra expensive! movie Office as he plunked in 12 pointsin called the Barrack, and
refrigeration expert. Get the prop- I cameras as used in Hollywood One their 26-22 win over Barracks tory.Only we
seeing the Educa- 14. It the Records team their once during the game did this is the results:
rr courses by I of the requirements is that personnel gave
I Mace BM2c
Bks. 19 Chuck ,
tional Services officer In Building be physically and temperamentally fifth victory against one defeat the Raiders crowd the Mainside
I and
lad Friday, Saturday
501. 'I qualified for duty involving Bake Shop edged past AOM team The Raiders were trailing duty friend of
He must be a high school School 19-17 for thier fifth win. 25-13 at half time, when they final went on liberty to meet a
night from home and the night
his spent
INTKAMrUAI. BASKETBALL I I graduate with background in phy- Gruber paced the winners with 7 ly came to life. Jim Buckley came
board a DE at Commodores
With the an through with a jump shot and free m
desirable. Professional tallies season nearing
STANDINGS and chemistry
sics the loss of
Point Bks. 20-Regrets ,
advanced amateur end it that Records Office throws by Don Husvar and Jug
N.ti.w.l [w.4.. or heir: MAA's Ray Croch Sic, and
is Mental and Bake Shop will tie for the title Gjurich made the score 25-17. Pax-
Term W L PI. (III.JoI I photo experience helpful Charles Pheiffer, BM2c. Bks. 21flas -
CAI.k. t. 119 22911ibur.IrY ) qualifications call for GCT 50 making a playoff game necessary son scored on a setup for the Fliers Buote AEM3c for
Francis ,
7 1 147 2(1(0( I but Jug Gjurich came back ,
'nM 111..1.; 7 2 .11 220 i and Reading 50. as taken in Recruit with a set! up and Don Husvar pot- fAA and he says he just sleep',
1'T W iNvi.lona 5 4 284 209 training, and a high mechanical Other American League games drinks coffee, but managed to getup
TAP lIVIi"lI i I 1&8 272 aptItude. About 6 of each class found Disbursing winning their ted a long set shot This broughtthe to church mom-
to Sunday
I'rr.onnal' i 4 I" 2U Raiders within six points of go
will be able to go to the photo first victory on a forfeit from Bks. 51-New MAA at the
TAU 111"I.i* 3 4 2"a 2114l1"rr.rk. ( I the Fliers but a trio of free throws Ing.
U s 6 131 21,6Pone. school which starts at the first Medical Department. Fire Control iVAVES Barracks is Barbara Les-
I 5 11' 23134wrr.ck. 1 of each month.Photlgraphy. took the measure of Barracks 13, put the Fliers back into a comfortable lie.

n A..nlun I'Leas.'r. IU 210 I is the only aviation 26-17, with Dunning sinking 10 of lead. Bk. 54-The Chiefs Barracks

..rm W L PlIo OI'P.Ji..d. : rate that does not have wings the winners' points.In After that short rally the Raid- should have been very interesting,

Ofll. I I 302 11I9II..k. I I on their rate insignia, but is also the other game Barracks 18 ers couldnt match the teamworkof ifter all they did take it from they
Pth. 1 I HI 118 behind
w the Fliers. they were
..AU'I"I)\ ." 5 a 2:17: 178I.rrllrk. the only rate that requires that a racked up their second win by A'AVES Bill Dame. Sic, is MAA
end of the third
If i. 2211 I 166AL I studt'nt fly during the course. trouncing Personel, 26-22 Waldron 33-23 at the pe- md he tried to be the first at
rh..4 i. 217( nT. 10 riod. During the last period the
t topped the victorious team with 'acksonvllle Beach Saturday

1'rr.onn 1..rrArk( ..1 l II 4'I. 114 1311 1118 IbUII..rrall'k. I Early to btd and early to rise counters but Rickert of the losers Fliers ran wild after the Jug Gjurich morning but just about froze.

11 I. 1211 214Li.bur.ulr and jour gal goes out with the walked off with high scoring hon fouled out early Iq quarter. Bks. 55-The home of AF and

I. 86 I(15 other guys. ors Leading the highly,touted Fliersin KV students and for a daddy they
MvtliCHl.. IV'i..rtmnt a 1 100 15 u_ In the National League the the scoring column were Billy have John Miner AEM2c, who

1 'NAVY.MA.RINE MEDAL PRESENTED Mess Cooks won from Personnel, DeMars and Joe' Trosper. DeMars ries to take the best care he can

48-28. Bob Mathias rang up 15 displaced an accurate eye as he of the boys He did step out on

markers and Bob Brophy and Ron counted most of his 13 points onset hem Saturday night though and

McNay tallied nine each. Althoughthe shots. Speedy mite] Joe Tros- was\ seen dancing with the local

score was almost even at the per added 11 more points to theFliers' belles at a church sponsored dance

half, the Mess Cooks ran wild during I total. lowntow
the last period to notch up The defensive work of Staitz MARIUFH-Ens M. K. Young

their ninth victory !stood out for the Fliers. Without to Creg Wilson ((ex-Lt.
TEM: had an easy time winning: Staitz the game might have been student: ) on February 9 in Chica-

from TAP, 54-22. Rajala scored 22 a different story. Although the go.; Mrs. Wilson is here now getting -

points to lead the winners while husky guard of the Fliers did not her discharge so she can return -

Al Kahnlch added another 16. The tally many points his defensive to Chicago and assume the

win gave the TEM,squad a tie for work saved the NAS crew many ifely duties
second place in the standings. times L. Lawrence can now be added

Disbursing won their seventh! Jug Gjurich and Don Husvar led to the list of married WAVES.

victory with a lopsided 61-29 win the Raiders with six points each She was married while home on

over Barracks 17. Bob Fetzek hit Qjurich played his usual steady It'a-e and is in Miami getting that

21 markers and Shields and Yon- game but fouled out early in the discharge paperBaseball .. .

ker scored 19 and 16 respectively fourth period to end any h/pe. of I

.w dCcaiey( .'L as R Other games in the league included a. Raider victory.

a forfeit victory by PT & W Earlier in the week the NATTC Begins

iw tA'r II over TAO. The win placed PT & live traveled to Fernandina and

W in fourth place. Dinger potted won their thirteenth victory, 6814. With Jersey Till

aka 14 points as Barracks 18 blasted Ed Harless led the local team
the Police team, 3310. The win with 19 points in the short period Baseball got away to a fast start.here .

upped Barracks 18 into a tie for that he saw action. on the base Saturday as two
teams comprised of Jersey City
fifth place.
didn't have much
The Raiders
All teams wishing to enter the ball players met In an exhibition
all station tournament are askedto ;trouble as they completely over tilt. The two teams, which are ,
whelmed their opponents. After
file their entry before March members of the four-team-train-
building> an early lead the startIng -
It Is hoped that the tournamentwill up tng camp-league in Jacksonville
to the second
,---- get*under way either the fifthor five gave way attled through nine innings with

PICTURED lnObeing congratulated by Captain Ford N sixth of :March but definite' itring which was!also showed up well.Harless in. the Snafus, coached by Marty !'urtell -
Is Warren W Williams ACOM, after receivingthe plans have not been announced. top man coming out on top by the,
Taylor Commanding, column for the Raiders.
coring victim Gordon
the Captain's office Monday.The core: of 10-6 The was -
Navy and Marine Corps Medal He had plenty of help as almost
Comdr. Robert P Becbe, read the citation. Then there is a girl who would Maguire Sad Sacks. The two
Executive Officer, ill of the Raiders entered the scorIng -
friend in teams were playing for the top
Williams "for heroism while participatingin not kiss her boy a canoe
The award was given Wooters led the sec-
bomb blast and subsequent fire so he paddled her back. column. spot in the league and the Snafus
the effect of an enemy
combatting leadership Mid string with 14 markers. replaced the Sad Sacks as the
on the U,S.S. Hancock 7 April 1015. His courageous inspiring Leading the Fernandina All- leader.
were at all times in Student: "Why didn't I make league
and utter disregard for his own safety tars was Sweatt with 13 points.
? The which was arranged
Service.: 100 on-my history test game
tradition of the U. S .
keeping with the highest
the the NATTC Welfare Depart-
week from the Aviation Fire Control Teacher: "You remember by

School Williams at NATTC.graduated Ills home this befoie he joined the Navy nine years question 'Why did the pioneers go. I Women are fools to marry but vent, was well attended by local I
Into the wilderness who else can a guy marry ? baseball fans.
ago was in Rusk, Texas. I



& Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 28 February, 1946


; H HI

V t t fi R Y+ Fliers Compete In Quarter

; Finals Tonight At 'ArmoryThe

rpgt ; A\

NAS basketball squad, drawing a first-round byW

in the Florida American Basketball Congress Tourney, open

their play tonight at Duval Armory. They will meet another

service team, VPC, in this quarter-final match. Last night

they went after their 22nd regular season victory when thev

met the Barksdale Field Quintet.

\ f \ Whip Corpus Christi\! I
k s
r-i I ) SS Moving into sixth place rating I with his deadly right-hand push

among the nation's service cage shot, racking up 22 digits before

teams, the Fliers added two more leaving the game in the fourth pe
victims to their win column last
riod. DeMars the side court
artist -
week, downing Corpus Christi
: followed "Little Joe"
NAS. 70-38, Friday night, and the closely
as he bucketed 16. Ned Staitz displayed -
NATTC Air Raiders, 50-29. Saturday I
his ball-hawk talents, repeatedly
night. Both games were heldon
the ball off either
I plucking
the Matnslde Auditorium court. .
: backboard, while T. 's. "Ary
Friday night's fracas was a repeat I'
4 performance for Lt. Sterling played a clever floor game In", collecting
his 9 markers, *
Geesmans Fliers, as they handed
Corpus a 37-36 defeat in their NATTC Takes Drubbing:
first meeting However the local NATTC came over to th Fliers'back

melonmen did a thorough job Friday yard Saturday night, and ,lnFAST

night, with Joe Trosper and
Bill DeMars leading the parade in

the 70-38 walkaway.
Trosper scored almost at will r4cz

Swimmers Win


FIVE OI TI iESE Golden Glovers brought home the bacon for NAS in the Jacksonville Journal-
WJHP tourney held In Jacksonville last week, and will\ seek to uphold their victory reputations In the I

ring:, when they step into Madison Square Garden, New York, next March 4, 5 and 6 for the tournament in Meet

of champions Kneeling ((1 l to r) are Bob .y Boyette, 112 Itas of Panama City; Eddie Chyz, 118 lbs
of NAS Jax; Knox Brandon, 126 Ibs., NAS Jax; Sal Alvaraz, 126 Ibs NAS Jax. Standing (1 to r) are

James Whitman. 160 lb*.. Panama City, Brown Remington 175 lbs., NAS Jax; Gabby Marek, heavy- On SaturdayA
weight, NAS Jax; and Truman Holloway, 147 Ibs, NAS Jax. They received these handsome robes as
trophies of their victories. They will leave Friday. Lieut. A. J. Rubino will be chief second in New rapidly improving Jacksonville

York, and Al Berkowitz, prominent Jacksonville physical culturist will travel as trainer NAS swimming team came I
-- ------ ----
through with its first importantwin
Golden Gloves WAVES TO of the season Sunday, when it I a
left two service and two\ civilian ;,

aggregations,:: in its wake, in the

I Seven NAS Boxers Will SEEK MIAMIiVICTORIES Palm Florida Beach.AAU meet held In West|'

The Boca Chica, Nactulant, Lake
Compete I In Garden BoutsA Worth Casino, and the West Palm

Beach Recreation Department
laden NAS boxing bri- finished in that order behind
power teams,
WAVES basketcers seeking
I umph for Brandon and he will were
gade headed by five Jacksonville the well rounded Jax splash
their fourth and fifth
warrant watching in New York. I I straight
Golden Gloves champions, will'I ers. In spite of their fine team t
Sal Alvarez decisioned Horace victories in Miami this week,
seek new fields to conquer next i where to meet the Seventh showing. Cotter was the lone Jax
Rushing of Jacksonville in another they were
March 4, 5 and 6, when they trek thrilling bout, while Gabby Matek I, Naval District girls on Wednesday winner, as he took the 100-yard I
to Madison Garden, for the' backstroke by a wide margin
and Chris Brown, both of NAS. night and the Miami NAS I a
Golden Gloves battle of and Coffman added 3
champions.Over Tremplewski
WAVES On Saturday
fought it out in the heavyweightfinale on Thursday.
300 pugilists representing with Marek getting a clean night they will meet Rollins more points with third and fourth
Golden Glove teams from the East here. respectively. Cunney led the 100- st
cut decision. College
and South, will be on hand to give In the Novice division, two NAS Minus the sharpshooting of Dorothy yard free-style for 80 yards but ir
the New York fight fans three daysof boys were crowned champ. They Stevenson, who paced their was nosed out in the final sprint

pugilistic delight. Lieut. A. J. were Johnny I-engcl. 118 pounds, 48-39 win over 7th N. D. last for the tape.
Rubino's boys appear to have a and Bernie Whiteson, 147 pounds. Thursday night with 26 points, the Tom Brown and "Gabby" John
fighting chance for the team trophy WAVES will be relying on Shirley son finished second and third i In

in the New York area They "Skipper" Edge and Betty "Laddie" their specialty, the 100-yard back
scored the most one-sided win ever 50 Baseball Hopefuls Vladeff to provide much of stroke. Johnson drew a poor lane

recorded in the Jacksonville tourney the scoring punch in the remainder and was hampered considerablywhile
held last week. Answer Call; Training of their games. making his turns, but puton
a driving finish to place third.
The NAS maulers who will stepin The team defeated Corpus Chris-
Conference Formed nU1u -lsh-nd Enochs carried off
the ring next week are ACTION was the key
garden ti on Friday night 30-22( for their and third medals 1 in
Eddie Chyz, Jax 118 lb. champion, Baseball practice will \begin eleventh win against five losses. second place event. En note as the Fliers met NATTCAir
three-meter diving
Knox Brandon, 126 Ib champ, Sal next: Monday, and more than 50 On March 4 they will play Pepsi- the to the team Raiders here Saturday Mil
Alvarez, king of the 135 lb. swat- ochs is a newcomer ler (No. 11) reaches high to
applicants. have already signedup Cola here, and on March 8 will and promptly showed his worth by;
ters, Brown Remington, 175 lb. sink a tip-in shot, as Wesley
according to Lt. IJojil II meet Stetson here. They will meet two to the Jax total.
of the winner, and adding points Paxson ((25)) NAS, strives to
"fight night" I.u'01uoh of the team. "All Rollins College in their final game, The swimming meet was held at ,
Gabby Marek, the heavyweight ruler posts! on the starting nine are on a date to be announced. Hotel and viewedby prevent the score. Don Husvar
of Jacksonville.Two the Mayflower ((10)) Is the NATTC eager lending
Luv in
\\Ide open, said Coach most of the vacationing occu ,
other men will make the urging all men who ha\t'n't jet Miami Turns Back pants. A total of $1,000 was con I ler. his weight to teammate Mil
trip for NAS-Dick Stagg,:: and Anthony applied) to do so before March 4. tributed to the Servicemen's Center I
Titone. Stagg will be fight A new naval air training) ath- Local Net SquadA Fund of West Palm Beach by'
ing in the 160( lb. class, while Ti letic conference announced last strong Miami NAS tennis the spectators.Enter the first meeting of these two

tone, a 117 pounder, will make the \\rek in nsurola, will nil 20 team turned back the local net- I Another Contest squads on the hardwood, the Air
trip due to his fine showing in los- of the Ilier KtlitHlule. the Jax mermen were sent home on the
games men by a score of six to three last This Saturday short end of
:50-29 count.
ing a close decision to Truman Hol- Navy teams from the following Friday and Saturday on the MI- 'again Journey to'est Palm
loway of Panama City, in the Jax stations have already joined: ami courts. A return engagementIs Beach, this time to participate in Bill DeMars and Joe Trospei

finals. NATH, IVnsacola; NATB Corpus scheduled for Jax next Tuesday. the Florida Closed Swimming again set the pace, with DeMar
The final night of the tourneywas Oiristl' ; N11\S Ottunma; Fred Smith, Sic upheld the Championships. The Cherry Point netting 13 points to give him tt a

so crowded with action, brilliant NAS Miami; NAS lIull'hlu..on; Jacksonville team with a double and Pensacola teams, along with edge over Trosper, who bagged .
boxing, and slugfests, that NAS Fort Lauderdale; NAS lla- win. He defeated Lt. (jg) A. Mo- most of the outstanding swimmersin DeMars had the crowd on its feet

the mob on hand left the Duval nana River, NAS Jiuksumille, ; zur, 6-1, 6-2, then teamed with J. the Southeast will be there v ie. in the first period when he con
County Armory with scarcely NAT!C Jackson: XATTCMemphis Burns to win a doubles victory ing for honors. The Junior National nected with five long goals that
enoung lung power to blow a whis and NATTC Ward Is- from Lt. Gene Holbrook and Lt. Indoor 50-yard Championship is sent NAS on its way to( victory:

land. Mozur, 7-5, 3-6, 63. among the events to be held. Harry Platt Wesley Paxson,. and
tle.When Ward Sheffe were the otherlum-.
the final bell called a halt ------ -
to all hostilities, the NAS squad WAVES PLAY TWO GAMES IN MIAMI THIS WEEK inaries for the Fliers while"Jug"
found themselves with five win- Gjurlch and Don Husvar excelledfor
ners in the open class, two more NATTCenter *

in the novice division, and 28 NAS never relinquished .th'elf

points that spelled "Team Trophy lead the quarter scores being 18-5,
Winners." Panama City was the ( "\ 25-13, 33-23 and the final-50-29:
chief competitor, garnering 21 In the preliminary game, the Fli-
points and the runner up honors.A j er reserves dumped the VSB Air-
quick glance at a few of the crewmen, 5132.
final fights: Eddie Chyz of NAS I
won handily from George Shumanof
Jacksonville, pleasing the crowd Smith Wins Diving
with his clever workmanship. Eddie
is expected to show well in his Event In New YorkLt.

New York bouts
(jg) R. J. (Jack) Smith,
In the fight of the night, Brown
representing the New York Athletic -
Remington, and Henry Thorsen of
Club in a dual
Panama City, staged a sluggingduel meet against swimming
that had the fans in a frenzy
Training Center last in
from start to finish. Thorsen tag
New York helped his team to a
ged Remington with a vicious
overhand right to the head in the whopping victory.
opening round, and from that pointon Lt Smith, aide to Rear Admiral
the battle blazed. Five knock- Ralph Davison, won the threemeter -
downs were recorded In the three- diving event. Runner-up was
round brawl, with Remington hit- Elton Stone, long-time competitor -
ting the deck but once to his op- of Jack's, who this time teamed -
ponent's four. The judges justly with him in representing
NY AC, Stone Is a former Florida
awarded the verdict to Remington,
,'oil" 5a.TILE. 1b ",,__ diving champ.
who had a clear-cut edge over
Thorsen in the final two rounds. WAVE BASKETBALL TKAM, reaching a winning stride in recent games, seek to add two Bruce Harlan, Specialist(
Knox Brandon won his scrap more in Miami this week, as they meet the Seventh Naval District and Miami NAS cagers. Shown NATTC, received an ovation from
from a former two-time Ohio I I' here ((1 to r), are Pauline Groves, Annette Mumma, Doris Ketner, Louise Harvey, Sarah Jane Jack. some 1,000 spectators for his diving

State champion, Rex Everly, of son, Mary Blalock, Mary S hafer, Ruth Whalen, Virginia Sledge, Margaret Hudson! Carolyn Crockett, exhibition He did not compctin
Panama City. It was a sweet triI I Betty Vladeff, Dorothy Stevenson, and Shirley Edge. the meet.