Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 3, No 52 7 March, 1946


Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command



Movie on are nies

Being Filmed Here

h Four Jumps To Be Made
From Blimp On Friday

Members of the Caterpillar Club are airmen who have

found themselves in positions where the question before

them was "Bail out or else. Most of them probably didn't

like the idea, but they did parachute, and lived to fly again

another day.

i A thrill-packed moving picture, : _about parachute jumps .
is now being made at; NAS:: Jacksonville -
but this time the Jumpsare
Snead Among Top strictly voluntary. When the

g job is finally done, the cast of char-
u w r Golfers To Give acters is likely to be anonymous,
I as is usually the case with a Navy
Training Film.
Exhibition HereNaval
i\ YOU MAY have wondered how some of the scenes you have watched in Navy Training Films are But right now the drama is plentiful
produced. Here is one In the making. The problem: to film proper procedure In collapsing your parachute personnel with an eye and the characters are any-
in the water, under high wind conditions. The solution: Use the prop wash of a PBY to create thing but anonymous. Comdr.
I the wind, let the chute billow out, then follow it into the water and go to work. Comdr. James It. for golf are in for a big treat James R. Smith, one of only seven
Smith tin the water) shows how as the cameramen grind away. The trick is to pull in the shroud 11 March, when four of the na naval officers holding the designa-
lines hand over hand, until no wind remains in the chute. tion's top divot diggers are tion "Naval Parachutist," is actingas
technical advisor for the film.
scheduled to appear on the local -
It Is being produced by the Jam
Relief links to give a demonstration -
Handy Company, and when com
of masterful golfing, to be pleted will bring up to date infor-

Full Classrooms Testify To Fund BoostedTo followed match.by a nine hole .exhibition mation chutes."available on "Use of Para

The four professionals slatedto The whole story of chutes-prop
Educational Program ValueBy $8461.92Additional play here are Sammy Snead, er care for them, correct procedurefor
the Hot Springs, Virginia, pro, leaving the aircraft, techniqueused
contributions here, who is always at the top of in descent, how to leave the
Lois A. Leser, lie and late reports from other activi- tournament money makers; chute, and procedure of opening"your
Education and democracy have long gone hand in hand ties included in the Jacksonville Sam Byrd, the ex-baseball player life raft-all these problem:
-without one you don't have the other. The G. I. Bill of Auxiliary of the Navy Relief Society who turned in his bat for a will be demonstrated in the film.

Rights places great stress upon education from the discharged have bosted total contribu- mashie and has done well; 1'irst Jumps TuesdayThe
tions to $8,161.92 in the annual Ells ort h'lnt'I4, the former first Jumps were filmed
of view but how about the
$ serviceman's point man fund raising drive which closed on tennis champion, whom "Lord" I Tuesday, when Comdr. Smith
still in uniform? 15 February. Byron Nelson describes as one dived from an FTP Tigercat, and
The Educational Services Office, realizing_ that Navy men While the final tabulation was of the four top golfers in the Fred Glover, Parachute Rigger 2c,
-- have more free time now than substantially less than last year, nation today; and E. J. "Dutch" Jumped from an SB2C. Cameraman
during the war has started a series officials of the Society pointed out Harrison, fresh out of the Army Pierre Mols, top man here on the
Jax Takes Radio of courses in a variety of sub- that response was as great as in and playing the same great golf ., Jam Handy staff, stationed him-
jects. Just about every classroomis 1915 in view of drastic reductionin that won him many honors in self in a nearby blimp to get these
full, too. They are designed to the number of personnel in the "pre-war" days. I shots. lie was interested only in
Spotlight With aid the individual who intends to Navy."If. These linksmasters will open the first phase of the Jump then-
pick up his education where he left with about half as many festivities at 1630 next Thurs- the object being to show how to
off when he entered military serv- persons left aboard, and with gen- day and the exhibition and demonstration dive from the plane with plenty of
Paxton ShowNAS ice. In most cases, high school eral interest fixed on the road of golf shots is open clearance between the chutist and
credit is recommended upon suc- Continued on Page Two to all hands. the horizontal stabilizer of the air-
Jacksonville took a bow cessful completion of a course; but craft's tail. Both Comdr. Smith
last night, and it was heard 'round equal in importance is the advan- Red Cross DriveFundRaising and Glover had plenty of room to
the world. tage of refresher courses in such spare.
The spotlight pointed with prideto subjects as algebra or geometry Yesterday Cameraman Mols shot
this naval air station on a coast- before returning to college. Program some scenes of a pilot's procedurein
to-coast and short wave overseas Under direction of the Educa- opening his para-raft in the water I I

broadcast of the "Spotlight Bands" tional Services Officers, Lt. Els- I
program from the Matnslde Auditorium worth P. Woods, and Lt, (jg) Ber- Gains Momentum HereThe Four Jumps Friday
A big day is scheduled for Friday
carried the Mutual
over nard I. Loft, the following coursesare
and heard lo- Four chutists will make
Broadcasting System American
being conducted: -
cally through Radio Station history by Ens Warren K. 1916 Fund Campaign of the American Red Cross Jumps, three of them over the St.
WJHP. moved into high gear on the eve of its second week with Johns River near Orange Park,
A crowd Jammed the Pictures i '; Two and the other over Fleming's is-
capacity contributions already rolling into the Field Director's office,
land. They will board two blimps
auditorium to hear the tribute,
plus the sparkling music of George Gtese; physics, Kns. John Keyes; it was reported yesterday.The at the Glynco, Ga., base for this
Paxton: and his orchestra, a new- English grammar, Joseph Young, drive was gathering momentum, but it was too earlyto operation. Procedure in descent
comer to that select group of Sic(ARM); French, Ens. Rolande make a prediction as to they outcome. No specific goal has Continued on Page Two
"name bands" who skyrocketed to Redon (VVR); geometry, Lt. (Jg) .been announced d OU11.__.; u. .is_ hoped I
popularity in record time. Before Ria J. Clinkscales (VVR); begin- that every officer, enlisted person, GRAY LADIES CHEER SICK I
the airing of the program at 2130, ning algebra, R. L. Lindquist, Sp and civilian will give generously.Last ''_ '.'U
the orchestra entertained with a (X)2c) ; intermediate algebra Ens. year $22,699 was raised during 4 J T-. .:.
half-hour informal session of sweet William B. Elmore; Trigonometry, the month-long campaign, and
Theodore Slutsky AMM2c: ; Spanish -
and swing music. After the radio while the demobilization programhas
show, the boys played for a dance. Vincent Grohmann, Sic cut down personnel, it is ex-
Tickets at jPn>mluni) (ARM) ; and second semester pected that this year's contribu-
Proving to be one of the most Spanish, Pedro Flores, AEM3c. tions will not be far behind.
popular entertainment features to Varied Qu.illlValions)
Actual solicitation will be limit
hit this station in a long time, the The educational qualifications of I'
ed to officer and civilian personnel,
broadcast presented quite a prob- the teachers, who volunteer for '
but service men and women are
the Welfare Departmentwhich their Jobs, are and varied.
lem for many '
welcome to contribute to the fund. '
had the task of allocating But there is not enough praise \ ,
tickets. Just about everyone want- that can be given them for their The national goal has been set'' 7
ed to attend, but with only 1,650 work. In the majority of cases all at $100,000,000, to enable Red Jo
available seats it wasn't easy to are college graduates or have a Cross to continue its worldwide
satisfy everyone. About 90 per minimum of two years college. : operations. Although the shootinghas
cent of the tickets were distributed :Many of them are widely traveled.Ens. stopped, much work remains Ito
among enlisted personnel. Redon is of French descent, I' be done in rehabilitating devas- Coca-Cola sponsors the program Continued on Page Tv\o tated populations of war-ravaged> sa < a.
nationally, and the Jacksonville countries, caring for American '
Coca-Cola Company provided the sick and wounded, and at camps I
decorations for the auditorium. To Members of Public and bases at home and abroad as',' i

make it an all "Coke" night, Wel- Information Staff well as the many other peacetime I I
fare provided an ample supply In services of the Red Cross. Help for
the lobby for thirsty dancers. Released SaturdayLt. veterans is another Red Cross aim. \
lied Cross at NAS
Comdr. James F. Kelly, pub- During the past year at NAS, I Ir"
Exhibition Of Trick lic information officer for NAS I the Red Cross handled a total of :

Shooting Given TodayAn since November, and Lt. (jg) E. 22,382 cases and 14,000 emergency service E r i
A. Shipley, editor of the Jax Air communications between
trick News released to inactive people here and their families. In ,
exhibition of shootingand were { <
# addition 1,730 loans were made __ __ ,(1': :
the handling of fire- duty Saturday. I
proper New during 1915 amounting to $17,907. IF YOU HAPPEN to be unfortunate enough to find yourself in
arms, will be given today by Mr. I IIC. Mr. Kelly has returned to
M. Beegle, at 1400 on the York, where he intends to enter There were 67 outright grants to- one of the dispensaries or the hospital at NAS Jax, you will probably 1'1
tion Pistol Range. Mr. Beegle Sta-I the publication field. :Mr. Shipleyhas taling $872.05.Some find one particularly bright spot in your daily routine. Each
Remington Arms representative I gone to Tainesville, Ohio, indication of the scope of afternoon volunteer workers from Jacksonville and surrounding communities
and his prowess with a pistol is where he will be editor of the Red Cross aid since Pearl Harborcan known as the "Gray Ladies" visit sick bay. One of their
widely known. All hands interested Palnesville Telegraph.Lt. be gained from the following talents, demonstrated above, is teaching the art of belt and bracelet
in the finer points of small (Jg) Eugene E. Speight has statistics: 500,000 victims of do- making. David F Crawford PhM3c, is taking a bit of instructionfrom
arms firing are invited to attend assumed the duties of public Infor- mestic disasters were given food Mrs. F. W. Gilette, of Ortega, while Mrs. h'. W. Brundick, Jr.,
the shoot. mation officer. I Continued on Page Two looks on. This is a Red Cross sponsored program.Jfl .




Two JAX AIR. NEWS 7 March, 1946

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. BUSY CLASSROOM ATMOSPHERE Hospital Conduct of Navy

nt ChatterThe Men On Liberty

fast moving basketbal Scored By Brady REPORTER I I

quintet from Dublin, Georgia's Na I

val Hospital will be down on t the Recent conduct of naval personnel II
ninth of March for a return gam on liberty in the Jacksonvll I

with Corpsmen's Team here at the area is jeopardizing the amicable QUESTION: If Ship's Service
hospital. Keep the date in mini relations which have always exis -
and watch for announcements u operated a sandwich and
ed between the Navy and the public -
to place and time In this section of Florida, It wa coffee service or snack bar;,

revealed this week in an Order to for the late theatre (crowd
Two new WAVES reported In Department Heads signed by Captain would participate Do .
for duty from Palm Beach, PhM2< you
I Harriet Winner and PhM2c Emma Officer.Anthony R. Brady, Commanding you think it would be a,

Morgan. Welcome Aboard 'am profitable operation?
Jacksonville will shortly make you The order, quoting. a letter from

forget all about Palm Beach, wi Rear Admiral John F. Shafroth, BILLY J. HOWELL, S2c, Boyn-
of the Seventh Naval
Commandant ton Fla.
assure yowl!! ,
District, directed that prompt
"Yes I most certainly would.
action be taken to correct the lit- ,
Lt. Grace M. Garrison (NC) The beer garden is too far from
uation, and that officer "tn-
USNR has been 'detached and sent instructed the theatre and is Just.about t losing
be -
listed personnel thoroughly
to U. S. Naval Hospital, Treasun
the conduct of by the time the show gets out.
Island, California, for separation ashore. If you eat chow at 1630, you're
Good luck! Lt. Garrison will shortly military personnel usually hungry again by 2100 and '

be followed by Lt. Mary T. K ] "It has been brought" to the there's no place open for service
Graves (NC) USNR who Is soon to.. Commandant's attention, the Ad personnel. They certainly wouldn't
miral's letter stated, "that a very
be detached to join her husband "
lose if they kept
: any money open.
r William J. Graves. unsatisfactory condition exists In
1 the Jacksonville area In which the A. F. ANDERSON, Ylc, Minne-

Sorry if you missed the Larry growing ill repute of naval personnel ; apolis, Minn.

Adler-Paul Draper presentatlor is a serious threat to the goo! "Yes, I think everyone likes a ..
at the George Washington Auditorium relations between the Navy and snack after a movie, and rather '

51tS Tuesday March 5. One ol the public previously prevailing I In than go outside the gates, It wouldbe

the best yet! Watch the Red Crosi northern Florida. Information hai very convenient to have it open.
schedules of programs for future: been received to the effect that I think it would be a paying prop
attractions. Complimentary ticket Navy personnel have Indulged 1 ir osition if It were maintained."

are available for these program profane and obscene language or FRED E. KIMMERLE, AMM3C,

rx py. .a for the patients at the hospital. buses and in public places. It has Buffalo, N. Y.
E k .5 I been further alleged that drunk "Yes, I would take advantageof

The "Little Theatre Group" hereIn eness and other disorder are prevalent it, particularly when Navy f :

Jax have been presenting some to a degree that is causing chow in the evenings is sometimes .)

really outstanding performances. resentment on the part'of the pub so bad you dont feel like eating

Their "Three Men On A Horse" j lie. Investigation leads to the be very much. They would sell everything -
presentation was tops and was lief that these complaints are well on hand if only they would
founded. It has been further alleged "
certainly enjoyed by those patientswho keep open. I
went to the theatre with the that naval authorities i in LARRY KISBY, AMlc, Long I
have been too lenient i in
Red Cross. that area Island, N. Y.
handling the cases of Navy person I
released to "Yes, Navy chow is not eatablein I
aboutit nel that have been
We can't tell any more j
civilian the evenings, and if it wasn'tfor
by authorities
Navy jurisdiction
except that tonight's programin
we'd all starveto
Ship's Service,
the Recreation Room is to be a : for disciplinary action
The beer I"n'topen
death. garden
INTEREST In education is spreading rapidly across the "cam- "Surprise Program. Since we Captain Brady directed that the long enough to handle the .. t

pus" of NAS, as indicated by these two classroom scenes. Twice each can't give away the surprise why Commandant's I letter be read daily crowd, and even if you aren't goIng !
and instructors and students gatherin and for yourself? muster through 15 :March.
week, on Tuesdays Thursdays, not stop in see at to the show, all the sandwiches ;
to and a variety I .
Building 930 and Building 158 study physics, history down there are usually gone by :
of other subjects. R. L. Lundquist (top photo, standing) is con- St. Patrick will be King at the 2000." f

ducting a course in beginning algebra. The students supplement Red Cross Dance for patients on Ill.allel"heinl'icl1Slar
their classroom! instruction with a regular fare of homework. En- the 14th of March in the Ship'sService ED MALONEY, AMM3c, Louis- t

sign! John Keyes (lower photo, right) helps one of his students over Auditorium. It promises to To lIgainBroadcast ville, Ky."Yes .

a tough physics problem. There is an informal but serious atmos- be just as much fun as those everyone likes something
phere, as the students seek to prepare themselves for anticipated dances always are-and more sc. In Lo: eat after a show, and Larry's is

college work, or, to get more high school ,credits. Don't miss it. too; far and to crowded too make a
f out there. I believe it would
Friday at 2000 the "Just Cal rip;
Walking down the road the oth Me Mister" radio variety ahoy more than pay for itself if kept

NavyContinued School Days er day we bumped smack into s a swings into its third week on the open." -',

black bass, as big a one as we've air with a program of music and MARGARET REAL, SIc, Montgomery t
seen yet. Of course it was on the radio audience Ala. I
from Page One Continued from Page One entertainment for its ,

back to civilian life, a charitabl while Grohmann lived in Mexic end of a string being swung around Intoit and fans here on the air eta "It would be patronized by ev-

fund can be raised to equal more for eight years and attended school by a sailor-but we did bump tion. eryone. Even the coke machines
belief The sailor was quite pleased week's broadcast will include outside the building do a rush
than half of last year's total con in that country. Flores whole and not a This
tribution, then the 1946 donors himself to be the only native of about the tell thing that he had a variety of entertainment, business after the show, and usually
reluctant to us
should be congratulated on their Ecuador in the Navy and he bit in "that from the haunting "Old Man Riv don't last very long. It would I
wholehearted support and over speaks Spanish as well, if not better just caught the thing he meant er" by baritone Fred Katterhein- be' a most welcome service if onlyt j
there"-we figure
whelming generosity," said Chaplain than he does English. SluUkj river the St. Johns, and remind you that rich and the chorus ,to a special could be done"

Paul H. W. Olander, assistant recently completed fifty hours ol fishing is still available In the Savarise arrangement of "See Jam MAURICE CRINER, AMM3c,
executive secretary of the local instructing in mathematics. Welfare gear Office. Blues" by the Sep-6enders. Pittsburgh, Pa.

auxiliary and 1946 campaign chief. Classes meet twice a week, or 5 Humor and laughs will be provided "Yes, I would. It Is hardly worthwhile .

Final Totals Tuesday and Thursday nights, That was a nice little party out by versatile impersonator Lt.II. .. to go into town to get some- I

Final department totals for NAS' from 1730 to 1915, in buildings 930 in the grove the other right. A I. S. Lauriant and Wave Betty thing to eat. If they were kept

were: Assembly and Repair and 158. Courses continue for a period good sized group of Corpsmen and Rose: who enacts the role of Ma open, everyone would take advan-

$613.93 Aviation Training-$1- of ten weeks. Such courses,, WAVES plus a sprinkling of patients bel, ex-Follies girl, in the current age of it-as it is now, everythingsecures
256.91> ;Executive Department undertaken in an accrediated high all enjoyed hot dogs, hamburgers Little Theater production, "Three too early on the base."

$140.18; ; Communications-$3556; school would involve approximately and believe it or not Men On A Horse" Vocalists Nancy K. B. SMITH. AM2c, Sanangla,

Inspection-17260; Marine Bar 90 hours of study. As conducted Marshmallows are back. The final Waring: WAVES, and Lt. Andy Texas.

racks83.64; Medical Depart here, they cover some 40 hour touch to a party like that. More Aprea, the Naval Gospel Singers "Yes-they should have a snack ,
ment95.70; Ordnance & Gunnery of concentrated work, with home hamburger and hot dog fries are Quartette and swing music by the bar of sorry kind Naturally it
work to supplement class work. for Bep-Senders will round out thevening's
-$44.50; Personnel26.10;; on the coming program-watch would be a paying proposition if
Current enrollment In the above
Personnel Relations-$16; Physi them. it were kept open." !
subjects is filled in all except American .5. Produced by the Separation Center -
(Training' and Welfare--$76.20;; CHICK ARNOLD, AM2c (USN).
history and algebra.The First Air Technical
Public Works59.95; Publican We hear tell that one and the Naval "Most certainly I would. And no
tions Office--$3; Supply and Accountings$141.81 decision on types of courses Mate, Lynch, Lois Ann by name, Training Center, "Just Call Me would everyone else. In the first
; Yard Department to offer was made by the numberof is more than fond of bicycle riding. Mister" goes on the air at 2000 the men stationed aboard on ,
--$825; and an anonymous requests received in the Educa Matter of fact, she rode so far ando every Friday night from the stage duty ,nights have no place to geteome
Office for week-end that It tooka NATTCenter auditorium.Doors .
contribution of 225. tional Services a particular fast last of the chow after 2000. This applies
subject. If enough requestsare good day in bed for her to recuperate open at 1930 and close at
included the U. for the fellows on board on Sunays -
Other activities received and an instructor can Only fair to add that 1955 and all station personnel are
S. Naval Hospital-$440.90; NAT- too, as over 90 per cent of
be found, the course is started.A three other girls were along and invited. The movie. "Saratoga
TC (staff command)-$244.55; card is filed in BuPera In they were just about as worn out. Trunk" with Ingrid Bergman and hem would patronize Ship's Serve ..
NA'rI'C-$501.67; POW Camp- Washington on each Individualwho t Gary Cooper will be shown at 2040 if it were open. A snack after"
Personnel Separation Cen the movie is always a good idea.
; registers for a course, regard following a ten-minute Intermillsion. -
ter159.87; NAS Lake City less of whether or not he completes MovieContinued .
$224.50: ; USS Solomons-$93.80; the subject. Upon satisfactory see HELEN HIGHWATER

NAS St. Slmons-$762; NAGS, completion an entry is made in from Page One New Aviation Supply
Yellow Water-$171.62; NAAS each person's Service Record including to be filmedhen. Yi
and landing are
Mayport290.08; NS and 16th name of course and final on Class Begins HereThe

Fleet, Green Cove Springs-$2- standing, and a certificate is issued Scheduled. /or this part in the 1

00997; USS Shipley Bay-$84; by the Educational Services drama are four of the following: vital role played by A viatlon -

and NAAS Cecil Field79640. Office. Comdr. Smith, L. Taylor, CPR, Supply in the global war justended
Total for NAS was $2.67661, and The Interest shown by naval per C.' E. Garrett, PRlc, Arthur Muster and its development in the &jif1Thkk
for other activities 578531. sonnel in furthering their educa- outlined Monday by
CPR, H. T. Lawson, 'uture, were
tion is constantly Increasing. In and H. L. Foster, PRlc. Captain Harold C. Sto, NAS Supply ,(
one instance a member of the Officer, in an address before
Red Cross Spanish class bought a car for the On Monday the production where party (8( officers now enrolled in the Aviation -
will to Fort Benning,
sole purpose of driving from Yellow go Supply Officers' School inBldg.

'onlinutxl from Page One Water to NAS, Jax, in orderto more photos of parachute jumps 600.Members.
this time from a
will be made,
take this course. Personnel attached
clothing, shelter, and medical care to Cecil Field are also offered captive tower" (a tower from of the class, which Rf-i I
$7,200,000 was spent in meeting to partici- which controlled jumps may be ('Qnv ned on J March for a six- -
the opportunity
their needs. made). week course, in Aviation Supply, .. '
pate in these courses. 1' I 1
35,000,000 articles for servicemen If you're interested in studying A New Type of Harness were told that such training

;;-- ._ were made by the membersof "Spoken Malay" or "The History A new type of "quick fit" parachute courses would be of great personal W411
the American Junior Red Cross. of at the Educational harness will be demonstrated value if and when they return-
Japan, stop
in this film. ed to civil life,. as; well as aiding
; Over 13,000,000 pints of blood Services Office and let your pref- for the first time,
were collected for the armed forces erence be known, and you'll be The harness, now being: delivered he Navy's: supply problems.

by the Red Cross studying it quicker than you can In limited quantities, is adjustabley Upon successful completion ofhe
27,000,000 parcels were packedfor say "Jack Robinson." pulling four tabs, and is designed course, the officers will be asJgned -

prisoners of war by the Red 4PLENTY. to eliminate altogether bad by BuPers to duty In the
Cross. SCOTCH its which sometimes occur with leld.tical.
Chaplain Paul If. W. Olander, (SEA)._ More Scotch whiskey is he more complicated old type adustments. Mols r
adviser ,
who has headed so many of the on the way. Farmers in Scotland ,
charitable drives here this year, Is had a bumper barley:crop and the'umber Personnel coming her to make Lsst Cameraman Maurice Hennesy I
and Arthur Mazur, and electricians -
Comdr. Ernest
executive chairman of of distilleries operating he film Include Lt.
acting as
the 1946 Red Cross Fund Cam- next year should triple, making U. Bryan, project supervisor, FirstLt. Huge Jose and Walter Ko- :Look Nl1on.rPage -

paign. more for export. I. Alfie B. Ferazzi, USMC, tech- acs.

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7 March, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three,

WZLCO IrT I Commercial

;:: :: ; : ;.:/ .. Bulletin MAI'NSIDEWE

r '. "sz. ,f'; I
) ; Balletine will 1>. accepted until available
w pace I. Iliad. Eat 23t
2 picture. U"IIU"J I folding lawn chain, ,
80 book.. Aviation Maint, Fiction, ate;
electric fans grey suede glove, leather
jacket site 8S: whit shoes sine Ilk
CPO uniform. (AMM), coats ..s 8V' :
trouser al.. all 1 blue 1 white. 1 see,
wonted. After ':80 daily, all dar SatNAhY -
and SulldHy< 1444B Child Bt-

t One a-"I..ee" I bedroom suit. J223B Maticock
St., NAS.
H"UM trailer, 22' Glider, sleep 4,' 2
room, '4| model l l, good condition pore MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
included 11.000. Wally Plrmann. hhsdy -
Oaks trailer CAmp, S mile south
Hollywood double bed felt mattress, cleat,
130. 1)163) Cumberland. Road "IT ALL CAME TRUE" starring Humphrey Bogart and Ann
Hay* HOUM trailer, custom built, all- Sheridan. Shows at 1300-1WO-1930.
metal body, electric brakes sleeps four,
good condition. Yukon Trailer Park, or FRIDAY"SEVENTH
W. M. Leutner. Ext. 872.I VEIL." with Ann Todd. Shows at 1300-1930.
of fleer'. overcoat air. 40. Ext. 8841. .
1 Hollywood bed: i studio couch good condition Basketball, 1800, NAS WAVES vs. Stetson College
reasonable. JS47B Randolph M.
20 ft. house trailer ileepi 4, completely SATURDAY & SUNDAY
& furnished ready to move In. H, Ward
Davis' Trailer Camp. Yukon. "THE HOODLUM SAINT," featuring Esther Williams and William
5-t'leoe living room fulte, and kitchen wt, Powell. Shows at 1300-1700-1930 on Saturday and 1130-1700-19JO
all for 1120, can be teen any time 1J47- on Sunday.
A Randolph St.
Living room aulte 2.badrom tultaa, dlntt -
I..t. crib and high, chair, dishes and MONDAY
coukinir utenalli, drapes and curtiilna.tilt. "TANGIER,'*starring Maria Montez. Shows at 130017001930.
H. AuaUn Ext. 8D04, or 1361)
(.um..r.. ...nd ROAd. TUESDAY I: WEDNESDAY
G. E. refrigerator, 7 cubic f..et. 4<3Z Shelby "WHISTLE "
STOP, featuring George Raft. Shows at 1300-1700-
Ave., after 2l4i P. M. Tel. 2-7384.

Maybe you ARE from Hollywood, but you still have to follow '34 good PeSoto rubber 4-door excellent trunk sedan, radio, motor, heator very, 1930.Notice: Officers are requested C whenever possible to attend the

uniform regulations. I ealeu.beum h dllght., new bAtter, Student Officers' Movies, which is reserved for them, rather than the
Ext. 8272.
Urr Mu. Ic, Bldu. 610. %
-- --- Main Auditorium.
91 Lincoln limousine, 7.p..nlf..r. cua-
n- Jrx.. torn built excellent condition, over-drive,
1Y Sailors Vie With air brake., OP\ ceiling well over $2.-
000: J795 cmih or will trnd for ll /ht- STUDENT OFFICERS
I er car 2-0341 or (105 Timuqimna Road
WAVES InChicken Ext. 17&. "
All for 873-Bedroom site, Including
cheat of drawer, dressing table' bed, THURSDAY & FRIDAY
spriy -- YESI : Dinner ContestIt I mattress and plllowi, 6 pair curtalna, "THE VIRGINIAN," starring Joel McCrea. Show at 1930 only.
breakfait table 4 chair, dlihe, cooking
looks like a close contest be- utenail and few piece of living SATURDAYNo

By Lois A. Leser, Ylc I tween the Sailors and the WAVESat or room call furniture R. C. Moore 1128, Cumberland Ext. 672. Road Show.

So help me, pal, I couldn't helpit. the Vesper Hour at All Saints'Protestant 1 uiwd. baby bed. complete with ..prinaf'1mattress
I thought it was the correct' Chapel during the next Lt. K. H. Coleman, 2787 Cher- SUNDAY
weeks. I rywood Road "THE HOODLUM SAINT," with William Powell. Show at 1930
Can I be blamed if the plan eight
dope. I 3 room furniture, >nay be ten any Urn. only.
was SNAFU This all began when Clarice 1143 Cumberland Road. /
Nylons that WERE to be -available Vanderbush, representing the Stuiertone eonnol radio and button tun- MONDAY"TANGIER
stood In a Vesper I' Ing. Also on. overstuffed living room '
be at WAVES
aren't to up
just going
featuring Montez.
I chair 144-A Hancock St. Show at 1930 only.
. least not in the thousands of pairs Service and challenged the men to I Houaehold goods including washing ma.
aa the original story came to us. a duel. Steve Abbot, S2c, in a chine, sewing machine sofa bed t bles TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Seems Washington had the right "Proclamation to the Female Congregation" And chair 5298 Lrnwood Ave. W..- "WHISTLE STOP," starring George Raft. Show
'I connett or see Bob (onklln, Bk.. 8.NATTC. ., at 1930 only.
idea in mind around the first of accepted the challengefor I .
the New Year when they Bent out the men, and the battle was on. Con date household furnishing Including\
word that a plan making: nylons II A "savory feast in nature'swilds" lire-wsr living room auite with coffee inner nj OTHER EVENTS
occasional chairs
will be served to the win- aprlngs.
available for WAVES was in the
I end table, lamp; kitchen table utility \
offing, bet before there was even ners by the losing side on the aft- "cabinet t bedroom suites, throw rug* BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside< Recreation Building:
time for a line to form at Ship's ernoon of April 28. All attendantswill and picture. Sold 1 as unit. R, J. te- No. 3. Alleys are! open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday
cancelled. II register in the Vesper Service well, 1J41-B Hancock St., NAS. and 1200 to 2100
Service, the plan was WANTED) on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment
Some hose will come throughthe Log. The points mount up the Small Uble radio In good condition. Ruth only.
regular channels, but not in a person attends. It's one Dobson. Ext. 714.HurleyDavidson .
for only one Sunday's attendance motorcycle, fairly good SWIMMING Indoor swimming recreational
fantastic figures of two pairs a point if condition, around '100. K, E. Thomas, pool, swimming.
, month. Nobody is any sorrier thanI and twenty-five points at RMIc, USS PC 777 car. Postmaster 1200-1300, and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100, and. Sunday.
(and thousands of other gals), all eight Sunday evenings are green Cove Springs 1200-2100.
I tended. And the piece de resistance Ride for 2 girl from James and Park Sts.
May we suggest mate.you Maybe write your that I I is southern fried chicken to N.\14. Ji.mrs S.":ao. Betty Moeller, BOXING-For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. A.
congressman,. Exc. s57. J. Rubino, extension :S93 or to Mainside
could do some good. I I. II Ride from Fdgewo and Herschel toNS ; report Mat after 1500.
hour 5-1:80.: Dorothy Maxwell.Kxt .
3S7 GOLF-'Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
We're offering a big bouquet of Rule from Church 1 Main or Church Jk and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt clubs and balls are available at Golf
orchid who to stopped the very at a obliging bus stop officer the I I II I Laura Lynch from, Eat to Murray,NAS SS7Riil ,. Hill hours district 8.4:80.: to NAS.Mr. House Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

. other night and offered some I I I.':80, Ext 50*, ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel' (with liberty
WAVES a ride into town. He really 1.OSTtSmall clothing. cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason

got more than he bargained for,, I SALTY HUMOR FROM Loat white!l ...hand.b. .evening bag containing on Navy bu.. 1'. Field.
as eight of us piled in, some sitting I 1). Boyco. Staff Supply, Bldg 93J.
mainly on their imagination HERE AND THERE .! TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training

during the ride into town. 'Twas of his berth, he was astonished to Building No 726, and equipment rooms at Building No. 3, and
well worth the tramped: muscles I I find two luscious blondes there.. also on Mat area (corner of Mustm and Yorktown Roads,

received just to get a ride. I Young Wife (coyly) : "Wouldn'tyou He checked his ticket to make RECEPTION CtSTElt-The
Reception Center located
in south
surprised, dear, gave said. "I'm
be sure he was right, then wing of Building No. 955, is open to N.A.S personnel and their
An incident (as related to me) i you a check for your birthday"? deeply sorry, ladies, but I'm a from 1000 to 2JOO daily. guests
that happened on an NAS bus last Hubby: "I certainly would. married man; a man of respectand
Saturday afternoon really deserves I Young Wife: "Well, here It is, standing in my community. I LIBRARY Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation

the special extra deluxe bunch of all made out ready for you to can't afford a scandal. I'm sorry" Building No. 3. Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Friday. From

onions we've got on hand this sign" but onyof you will have to leave. 0800 to 1630 Saturday and from 1200 to 2100 on Sunday

Twas early afternoon and just Father (from the head of the i A pair of newlyweds stepped VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON, TOUCH FOOTBALL-Officer personnel -
enough of a crowd aboard that all stairs): "You down there! It's two- I I Into the hotel elevator. previously scheduled for sports In the Auditorium are requested

the seats were taken the main thirty I Do you think you can stay "Hello, darling," murmured the to meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities
character was*a little old lady that all night?" pretty operator.
was probably somebody's grand- Callow Lover: "Er, thank you. There was chilly silence all the I ATHLETIC GEAR Available in gear issue room, Building 3,

mother, burdened down with two But I'll have to phone home first." way up. But when they reached lower deck
large bags of groceries. The driver their floor the bride exploded. I -
obligingly waited until she had set ?" 1 drive among the WAVES, Mrs. M.
"Who that woman
Asked about his battle experiences was Chairman
her bundles on the floor and deposited a Marine returnee summed "Now don't you start anything," Ens. List I Clark will handle contributionsfrom

her fare before starting the up the situation thusly: "I killed begged the groom. 'Tm.going to civilians employed at the

.. bus, but he didn't wait for her seat.Five to. just as many of the Japs as they have enough trouble explaining I For Hospital Red hospital, Lt. Eddon L. Etherton
there was no "
get seated as I her tomorrow.
did of me to
of the eight available ones in I -- I Cross CollectionAppointment will receive donations from the
front of the bus were occupiedby man'scharacter doctors, and Lt. L. E. Bagwell will
the Junkman: "Any old clothes, any The real measure of a
sailors who retained them for old rags?" : is what he would do ift.e I of Ens. Anne M. represent the nurses. Patients
trip-so she stood. We List chairman of the Naval wishing to make contributions to
her entire Chief: "Of course not; this is a knew he would never be found as
knew that the age of chivalry Chief's barracks." I out. Hospital Red Cross Fund Cam the fund can turn them over to

went out with knee pants and Junkman: "Any old bottles?" Gr palgn by Captain Clarence J, their respective ward nurses.
buckled shoes but we didn't thinkit Old maid to sisters "1 can't see Brown, commanding officer, was The Red Cross office at the hospital

was altogether dead and buried. The sailor wa going; home on why you go out with that sailor." announced this week. pointed out that of the total

Mates, hide your faces! leave and was fortunate enoughto Sister: "Oh, it's just a platonic Fharm. J. Martens will head the 1946 contribution 18955.000 will
I a obtain a Pullman reservation. friendship-play for him tonic for collection among corpsmen, Ens. be spent for Red Cross service in,

AIR SAFETY AWARDS When he pulled back the curtain me." I Barbara Duenweg will conduct the I Army and Navy hospitals.


CITY, LAUDERDALE STALEMATE By Dave Burton, sX)3c) Star Performance I

Safety trophies were awarded to

Bombing Squadron Two, ATU-2, at 1 SAo. 8 SAID. 1
4 NAS Lake City, and Torpedo- f woo STANDING,.o.lr, c Ot4e,ptt AS>: 'i
Bombing Squadron, ATU-1, at ,
.. N AS Fort Lauderdale last Thursday SEA ) S+1'MA f
by Rear Admiral Ralph E. Da- SOY 1ZTAAkr "

Viaon: Chief of Naval Air Ad- !

vanced Training, .
Comdr. Robert M. Kercheval,

training officer, accepted the tro-
phy for his unit at Lake City, ,

while Comdr. H. S. Roberts, trajn- i--

ing officer of the TorpedoBombing -
I Squadron, received the trophyat
Fort Lauderdale.

The awards were made for the Ij'11 ;};.:f ;'
excellent safety records achievedby --.. -aepa.r,
the units during the latter half

of 19($.

.J..,._. -

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J1I)1 fU t.llt-ufs Air News Continues I 1 w

This Separation business is becominglittle a

Editorial OfflcrsOUIce hard to take. Here we were going along NEREIAMsusyou .
01 I'ubllc Inlorniatlon, llooni 221 CAN d
Admllli.traUuonon, Bid!:. 034 nicely with a small, but nevertheless efficient ,. GO NOME NOW. WASHINGTON'S WHEN us. NAVY SHIPS TOMB PASS AT MX

telephone Extension 8342 staff, each week publishing the Jax: VERNON ENSIGN IS DIPPED
Lt. (Jl) Eugene E. Speight, VSNR Public Information OtficTil BELL TOLLED AND PERSON
JA.Ai} NEWS ,. jIADIIoheet'kl: ) lit the U. S. Air News. c 'q NEL ON DECK SALUTE. CUSTOM .
Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Florida by the Office of Sometimes the work piled up, as this manor ; DATES BACK TO ISOI. IS
Information I at to the
Public no expense 6.nf8'rlnl'W
compliance Copies are with distributed Secnav Circular free of Letter 4 -5. Naval AStation that was discharged, but always there 4 NOW REQUIRED IN NAVY/ GS& ,

the Naval Air Technical rraintng Center t .was no question that the News would, i indeed -
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Com. .
mend Naval Auxiliary Air Station C'clField\ the Naval be distributed on Thursday.Last \ :y
Air Gunners' School, the U, S. Naval Hospital, and the
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Ma>'port week, however, there was serious

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN.) Commanding doubt about the continued existence of what
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
has become a familiar chronicle of the Sti -
Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. Commanding
Naval Air I Technical Training I Cenpr{ tion's life and times. Separation was the begeyman. -

Captain Clarence J. Brown (MC) USN Commanding Two of the three public informatio REPORTING FOB.DUTY AT sM _
,officers departed to pursue the rugged way; LEONA STElNtce, HA Ie,WAS 71 wf

Captain Naval Maurice Personnel M. DeWolf.Separation USNR Center Commanding of the big, bad world outside. AMAZED TO FIND SHE/! WAS :
Lt Col Alexander A. Vandeurrlft. Jr., USMC Commandin Our sports reporter departed two week] (CATHERINE: RWMJcWHOHflS:

Marine Barrack ago (separated, he was), and our news editor ELIGIBLE !FOR W5CHAB5E.: '

Commander Robert Feddcrn, USNR, Commanding was all set to depart on 15 March. Crisis s.
Naval Air Gunners School
Hurried consultations produced nothing
Commander Howard E. Born, USN, Commanding of discontinuance. "No-
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field but grim thoughts
body remains to do the job. It can't be done
Commander John B. Hub USNR Commanding
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Mayport The paper must breathe its last strong whiff: I

Capt. Marvin L. Setdel. USMCR. of printer's ink next Thursday. It will leave :

Marine Aviation Detachment a fine tradition, but go it must."

The SAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Servl Word began to filter in that this organization -
and Ship's Editorial Association material. Republication ..
of credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS! that one, another, would begin producing -
War Department, 205 E. 42nd St., N.Y.C.. or SEA. WashIngton BY MTSot.BILL ALVWUSMC
25, D. C. Republication of any other matte: its own newspaper. AT SANTA ANA CAUR V1 / ,
except by service publications. Is prohibited without More consultations, and a solution was on FOR USE ON AUTO TRIPS -
of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.
permission 'b4
the way. The Welfare Departmentf has nov IS BEING EXHIBITED BY

assumed responsibility, and will carry on the AUTO SUPPLY CO ,IT UTILIZES -

Seven "MustNots"Secretary work. The Jax Air News will still be closely] RADIATOR.' HEAT FROM AUTO

with Public Infomation maintaining
allied SQ1
of State James F. Byrnes last.;
office and will strive to liv< ,
week the direction of United State the same space,
keyed longer
the reputation that others, now no -
Foreign policy to a seven-point program designed up

to prevent new world conflicts. in service, have given it. Thursday w< Income Tax j
and every ,
his belie
At the same time he expressed be able to follow the cours .
that only an "inexcusable tragedy of error; hope activities through the Queries Many -
of your and everyone's books added to the Static
could cause serious conflict" and that "then used to, the Ja>
the medium you have grown Library this week are of such variety -
is for between of
no reason war any grea
Air News. .that wherever your Interest If you have been wondering
powers. -*- lies you should find something I to about your income tax, whether
Secretary Byrnes'' new policy statemen read.
you should file a return or not, If -
was coupled with such expressions of convictions If you are a true mystery fan
and wife should file
will be glad to hear that Erie you your joint
"the (United Nations) charter forbids you
Stanley Gardner has written another ly, here are the answers to some
and we cannot allow aggression to be< Doug Selby story, TilE D. A. of the questions:

accomplished by coercion or pressure or bj BREAKS A SEAL. THE CAS1 If you are an enlisted man or

subterfuges such as political infiltrations" Thews anclVieuus f rnrnStatx OF THE MALEVOLENT TWIN: uoman: Your military pay from
must make that the Unit fey Eby and Fleming is another
and that "we plain
first rate baffler. It's an impersonation Jan. 1, 1941, through 1045) is tax
ed States intends to defend" the charter. puzzle with millions at stake, exempt. Don't report It.

We think that the seven points the Sec STRAIT IS THE GATE Is i a If you paid tax on military pay
worthwhile reading, Garth Hal]
retary promulgated are dramatic story by
for any of those years, you'll get a
for interested in following tin BE ALIVE about the hill people of the Ken
every person
WASTELAND refund. Ask the collector of inter
course of international relations. He calls By Chaplain E. E. CaylorAs tucky-Tennessee) by Jo Sinclair regions.is the Harper nal revenue for it on Form 843.

them "must nots" for every nation, great : the woods notlong ,Prize Novel and is a psychological If in any of these ;years, you
and small. We quote them: I I was walking story of a crack newspape received civilian Income of $500or
two .
1.Ve will not and we cannot stand -ago, my attention was caught by photographer on a New York paper more, you have to file a returnon

aloof if force or the threat of force is used trees standing over on either side of the( Angela Thirkell's newest, it, just as a civilian does.
ol I following. They were evidently oi: .MISS BUNTING is relaxing read If you are married and your
the and principles path was .
contrary to purposes and variety and were about ing with her usual charm and wit wife paid a withholding tax, you
the charter, the same age that To continue the story of MR. ANI must file, and in all probabilityyou
2.Ve have no right to hold our troops) the same size. By their size I knew MRS. CUGAT, Isabel Rorick ha: will receive a rebate from the

in the territories of other sovereign states) they had stood there even before the path written OUTSIDE EDEN which government.

without their approval and consent freely was made. One of them was covered with is just as gay as the first tale of Now-If you're a commissioned
the air that couple's hilarious married officer commissioned
red blossoms which burdened including a
ruddy ,
given. life. Pearl Buck's newest warrant officer: The first $1,500 of
the most tender -
3. "We must not unduly prolong the( with sweetness. Tiny leaves PORTRAIT OF A MARRIAGE, your military pay from Jan. 1,

making of peace and continue to impose our shades of green were unfolding. Stopping and JUDD KANKIN'S DAUGII 1943 through 1945 is tax free.Don't .
I could feel the moving TER by Susan Glaspell are entertaining -
troops upon small and impoverished nations. between the trees also. report it.
itself warmth of the sun as it came down reading Actually don't have to file
4. "No power has a right to help And for all the Zane Grey fans, you
to alleged enemy properties in liberated or hrough; a break in the woods where some SHADOW ON THE TRAIL is his a return on your military pay un-

ex-satellite countries before a reparations: giants of former years had fallen. Life was latest. It is another tale of the less it was $2,000. or. more, .

settlement has been agreed upon by the Al surely stirring. fast-gun to the outlaw defense who of turns the his beautiful talents -- TALKING PAYS- OFF '

lies. We have not and will not agree to any But the other tree! It had no blossoms,, gal. East Orange, Jf. J. (SEA). -

one power deciding for itself what it will 10 leaves. Its empty branches mocked the NORTH STAR COUNTRY bjMeridel ; Taxi driver John J. Brophy 40, a

take from these countries. eauty of life all around it. It was dead. How Le Sueur Is the story ol veteran of 28 months overseas, was
Minnesota, Wisconsin, the western left $50,000 by Carl Rupprecht, one
5. "We must not conduct a war of nervesto lid I know? What characterizes life? What shores of Lake Michigan and the of his regular fares, who said that

achieve strategic ends. is living? surrounding country. In the early; Brophy's conversation helped him

6. "We do not want to stumble and stagger Being dead is being inert, unresponsive tothe days this was a vast Unknown to escape from the boredom of
intends where trappers and explorers came talk about business, concerts and
situations where no power surroundings holdingaloof
into beauty of our I
fortunes, and it is the
make their opera.
war but no power will be able to avert war. disintegrating and unhealthy. through them that the story Is I Iillipin

7.Ve must not regard the drawing of alive is being aware, alert and responsive told.: This newest volume in the
attention to situations which might endan- Being American Folkways series is an
and !
surroundings participating grr icr5
ger the peace as an affront to the nation or to our Interesting history of the northern -
life abotffrus.
in region.
nations responsible for those situations. I
-*- Being alive to God then is being alert, responsive SUNDAY
to His calling, fruitful in goodness 0130-1101 Communion-Chsplala: E.

Crisis Two ShirtsWe and grace. This is life. How does one get IN MIDDLE AGES W. Andrews.Service Chaplain E. W.
: Way back In the Middle Ages,, 0930-NATTC -
hat way? By a regenerated faith in Him when knights were in flower and 1045-Andrews.Divine Service-Chaplain Fran-
think shirts, especially white ones, vlio created you and everything around you. i lady? could reasonably expect agent ci. Lee Albert.1815Vesper .
But can't hold a candleto on a white charger to dash up Hour-Chaplain! J. B.Bittenger. .
are tough to get. we Look at yourself this day. Are you living .

the British if we are to believe a report or dead? Be alive-things are happening. Be to evolved her balcony that decorate the insignia the ehoul-were Divine Services Building for Colored 84 Personnel: I

',). from Britain, concerning one of her army'sgeneral so i much alive that you are aware that all life Jers of Army and Marine officers 1430-Chaplain B. C. Gilbert. I I

" officers. round you thrills and throbs with the constant today 0030-Sunday Chaplain: School.a C.Small Gilbert.Chapel "

It seems that the General, on his release joy of God's presence. The "railroad tracks" of a cap- Christian Science Service .,.
his of civilian .ain's insigne represented the moat 1100-Small Chapel ..
quota -
to inactive duty was given
: -*- that the captain in the Middle Catholic ,

r wearing apparel." On the list of items In Paris, the French Government, finally Ages guarded. Because a major! 0830 0630--M.M.Mass.
was "two shirts. ommanded: the number of soldiers 0930-Mass. -
To the clothing-short British public this finding the pressure irresistible approved aspecial who could be protected by the 1100-High Ms.
, coal allotment to.artists' models andfan bade of an oak tree, the oak leaf 1700-Mass.
'.. beyond all bounds, even to An Outdoor Nursery for small children
seemed largesse
dancers. Only the "bare" essentials are became his shoulder gear.A la maintained between 0030\ and
of such high rank. 1200.
one heated. colonel's "chicken" was choen
eing Weekday Religious ServicesJcwlih
... And what do you think happened? because the colonel commanded Religious Service: and Fellow-
'.. "It was all a mistake. The proper allowance -*- as many soldiers as could be hip Hoar
Small Chapel.
In the
r I is only one shirt," a harried army Paul W. Bolden, Congressional Medal of ratchel by a flying eagle. And top 1800-Friday Latter Day Saint. Service
I for reenlistment nan-the fellow with a.tar-wore 1000-Wednesday-Mutual Meeting In
he hastily Honor winner was rejected -
the as
spokesman informed press, the five-pointed general's insigne Small Char*!.
sent someone to retrieve the extra garment. in the regular Army because of illiteracy to represent the many troops Young Men'i Bible Small Claaa1830Thursday Chapel-

With the crisis safely passed, all is well : Just goes to show you don't have to be which a star could'guide and pro.teet. Chaplain E. E.in Caylor. !

again, we may presume, in Britain. a "brain" to be brave. j .

--.J"": -


7 March, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five


Changed Monday
Administration and PersonnelIt's -- Mace and Fuzzy who have some

"'0 For Four Depts. always good to have our old fine work to their credit.
employees come back to visit withus We wish to extend our deepest

Finding It advisable to make a and this week we were honored sympathy to J. J, Fass, AM3c, now
change in the working hours to have Mrs. Terry McIntire in New York at the bedside of. his
placed in effect in November 1915 visit with us for a short time. Ter- father, who is seriously ill.

at NAB lax a number of the major ry transferred from A & R Time Another person from our han-
departments on the static Section to Cecil Field and is em- gar will be leaving this division
started a new work-day schedule ployed at the Cecil Field housing Monday. He is Ens. McFauls from

4 March.In department. the assistant division officer's of-

order to provide a more staggered | Larry Piper, who worked in the fice. He was liked by all, and we
4 flow of traffic and enable time section both as a sailor and hope he will come back and play
workers to reach their homes earlIer as a civilian, resigned last weekto some badminton with us.

in the evening, the following return with his wife and babyson" How do you like your new work-
to Seattle, Wash.
f changes in working hours were ing hours? Guess we will turn to
Williemae returned
Mrs. Spencer -
made: bit earlier don't ?
this week to work with the a little you agree
Assembly and Repair-Workir But then how much nicer to be
time section. Mrs. Spencer was em-
hours, 0700 to 1545. 45 minute punching the clock at 1545.
here about two ago.
ployed years
lunch period for both Civil Service Plant Division-All of us In the
Emergency Repair Two new
and Navy personnel. Department chiefs were welcomed to our division Plant Division are sorry that our
divided into three "Connecticut Yankee Grace
personnel was this past week-ACM Hood ,
groups. The lunch period for the Ruby, checked out of A & R re-
< from FAW & ACMM Williams,
pZ ,
from Casu (14) We're sure they
+te group-1115 to 1200, third group will become accustomed to emer- personality and sweet smile.

-1145 to 1230. gency repair and like it as well as We extend condolence to Harold

Public Works-Working hour, we do. West, whose brother drowned lastweek
0715 to 1600. Forty-five minute Word has been received from .
s lunch for both Civil Service and some members of the MAA Force By grapevine we hear Plant Division

Navy personnel from 1215 to ISO1 Flag Unit that there will only be will have a party. Soon w*
JO-SErn-. KING of shop 1351, Engine Overhaul, demonstratesin
Supply-Working hours, 0745 1 toi three old salts left. They are, Mac hope.
is drive the hand
the above picture how the electric drill used to
1630. minute lunch for
tool for grinding electrodes. This invention, which is called the i Forty-five
both Civil Service and Navy personnel HEADS PERSONNEL RELATIONS I
four to five hoursin
"Grinding of saves approximately I .
from 1200 to 1215.InspectionWorking < the operation. For this invention, King won a cash award from :
hours of L "C"'E.bags;
the Beneficial Suggestion Committee.
Inspection department personnel .
,. "
assigned to duty in the Assembly ', > .; j
and Repair department conform to '" ..: ,It ,
Wins Three CashAwards
King Assembly and Repair department ,
working hours. The Inspection department .

personnel assigned to i, y <. ;
duty in Supply conform to Suj' ,1
for SuggestionsExpert ply's working hours.

Working hours of all other personnel :fi
of the station, both Civil:
Service and Navy remain UE- 1
Mechanic Has Had changed

Many A & R AssignmentsJoseph i

T. King is a suggestion booster who says that All Employees May

. those extra checks not only raised his salary, but certainly Share In ProgramBeginning

improved his morale.An .

aircraft mechanic of shop 1351, engine overhaul, As- with the pay period

sembly and Repair department, King has received three cash Df 14 February, the Beneficial Suggestion -

awards out of six suggestions offered to the Beneficial Suggestion Committee has inaugurated attentio-
a plan to bring to the :
Committee. of all personnel that each Individual -

Born in Blackshear, Ga., 'near employed: at this activity ha
Savannah, he was educated in the the opportunity to participate in +

public schools of Savannah. Late $ 1iSUPPLV the program.The ,.
he increased his technical knowledge ? initial fliers, which were Issued -- ---
by many trade courses on to all employees of the Public MYRIAD PROBLEMS of NAS civilian employees were in new
structural aviation, aviation mechanics SALLIES Works department with their hands this week as Ens. A. O. Anderson, center, assumed the dutiesof
and elementary combustion checks, were followed 15 February Personnel Relations Officer following the separation of Lieut.
engines. Since Joining this activity ,. by similar ones in the Supply Charles I*. Chapman, right. Lieut. Chapman, who served in that
he has had Navy courses in department.These capacity since 1 July 1945, has returned to McArthur, Ohio, wherehe

basic sub-assembly, motor overhaul will be issued weekly to will resume his civilian career as executive assistant with a shoe
and revamping at the left as Lieut. Chapman
final assembly manufacturing company. Looking on
with the various -
test cells. Jly Leola Jones acquaint personnel which turns over the reins to Ens. Anderson is J. W. Carson, Chief Clerkof
YOU NOTICED T types of suggestions who has been at NAS Jax
King has an Interesting military, HAD will be of value. On the back of: the Personnel Relations department

background with two branches ot The old argument about fresh allis each flier is explained the procedure since October 1940.

the service. He holds an honorabl here again I The "fresh-air for offering suggestions with] -

discharge. from both the Army and fiends" and the "hot-house plants"are he committee of each department I INSIDEPUBLIC Procedure Of
Marines.In: Remember they may be consulted
:May 1941 he became an aircraft : at It-up goes the window The committee is authorized to

mechanic helper at the Naval Down it comes. The heat is on- pay up to $250 cash to civilians, WORKS Inspection Dept.Is .

Air Station Pensacola. But In the heat is off Yep, all day long,, Unlisted: men are also invited tclarticlpate.
August he was transferred to signs of spring. (Another sign They may receive corn By Ethel M. ShanahanThe Explained
Jacksonville. Alter several training in their jackets am is back In
of spring is the conversation topicof nendatlons Station getting By W. II. Pascal
courses at this activity, he was Income Tax). nay receive free patent papers If the groove of peace time operations -
advanced to his present rating. SCUTTLEBUTT! approved in Washington.If and there is a tendency to< An important consideration in

Has Had Many Duties you need aid in preparing a less news and more day to day routine the Inspection Department organ-
speaking the Purchase ization is the cooperation that
King is a workman who com Figuratively suggestion, or have any question broken only by the usual annual -
has its flag at half must be maintained with other departments -
pletes the work alloted to him concerning the status of a suggestion and sick leaves.
the departure of Carolyn The controls set for
mast up
without supervision. His many du over in the committee's hand, consult Sam Wooten Quarterman Mason -
of our ole-timers! this are adequate to assure -
Scott one
ties since attached to this activity; your committee or call Mar- has been ill for some time and
entertained at a lunch- and to develop correlated
The harmony
have covered various phases of die Group Brie D .Putnam, recorder. Starting last week paid a visit to the shops
Ci- .
In her honor at the and
policies procedures.The
eembly overhaul and assembly eon party 20 February, Mrs. Putnam will; He's still not up to par and won'
work- Inspection
vilian Cafeteria on her last departments in which -
the cleaning, installing be available each Wednesday and while.
and pulling, dec- be back on the job for a
been most
The cake was gaily have
and checking of motors from pri Ing day. Thursday at the plant division office operates
i Is
and American The Extension to building the
orated with cherries generous in providing neces-
to the final assembly. The repair Assembly and Repair depart-
mary to out the added at- under way and everyone is wondering facilities such as office space
flags carry sary
of parts, honing surfacing, lent. Phone, 8194 for appoint-
traction o*< George Washington's just how they'll be moved and use of equipment. In return
machine processes, magnifluxing lent. and who will get in the
and valve repair have also been included birthday and hand-painted place- around Inspection endeavors to providean
in his work. cards added a note of distinctionto after enjoying brief (too brief, hesays new part. inspection coverage that pre-
the table. (And, Incidentally, ) trip to northern points re- I Mr. Dockrell (Material) is sents a minimum of interference
Among his ideas, which have the place-cards were original and : charged with running a matrimonial maximum cooperation and basedon

been profitable" is the "Grindingof above made and painted by Clara Speer. Mickey Jones (Purchase) is very bureau. Two of his girls: the principle, "two Reads are
Electrodes, shown in the Very good hobby agree?) much thrilled over the recent visit I married recently and now gone of( better than one." To realize this

picture.several This attempts idea was were developed madein Kathryn Schleifer enjoyed a two- of her uncle, Captain Lee Jones, i, the men is about to take the step!)I IWho'll objective requires the cooperationof

after 1351 overhaul, to weeks vacation at her former who has just returned from Japan be next? every individual concerned and

face shop off electrodes, engine with power driven home in Allentown Pa.,, recently apt. Jones was Intelligence Officer Public Works.lost five of its officers an understanding of the objectivesof
with much regret that for General MacArthur and has last week all returningto the Inspection department.The .
cutters. The attempts were un- It was of this series of
,successful because of the difficulty the; Stock Control Division bid AlIce performed quite a few distinguished civilian life. Comdr. D. G. Baird,, purpose articles
has been to that
promote un-
encountered in completing a square Sharp farewell recently. Aliceis services in that capacity. Some Lt. Comdr. F, E. Twiss, Lt. Comdr, and to enhance the
face. King suggested using an air another ole-timer and at the of his interesting duties included W. E. Crum, Lt. William Oakes derstanding which

or electric drill to drive the hand time; of resignation was the civilian responsibility for relaying by radio and Lt. N. O. Thomas. Lt. Comdr. compatible have brought relationships wide acclaim to both
of the Power the news of the formal surrender tried on a sporty brown
tool. While this was a new idea at supervisor Crum very the enlisted and civilian personnelof
this activity, in some places it is Plant Section. Since the war is of I Japan; attending the trial of and white check suit when it was NAS Sax.Florence .
regular shop practice. over, she feels the need of devoting amashlta; Interviewing the Japanese delivered and showed the office 4 .
Old Practice Inefficient more time to her family, says people in connection with atomic how he would look the following Nightingale took timeout

Formerly the use of high powered she, and we're going to miss her bomb destruction and visiting week with, of course, the additionof from her nursing duties to de-

cutters on the copper electrodeshad Isabel Wyckoff (Stock Control the destroyed cities. Upon entertained his a white shirt and a tie. vise a plan enabling British sol-
lowered the cutter's life, ne- ) is all smiles these days. Hub- return to America, he was Mr. Rhodes, leadipgman laborer, diers to send home part of their

cessitating frequent replacements.It by, Edward Wyckoff, has transferred with a welcome-home party a returned veteran is resigning togo ( pay in the form ot postal money
is estimated by King's solution to Ventura, Calif. They have by Kay Kyser. in business for himself, and orders during the Crimean War. It
that 4 to 5 hours labor and result- looked forward to making their Our deepest sympathy and understanding Juanita Selecky (Time Office), an was the first time such an idea received
ant saving replacement of the cutters home in California for some time is extended to Mattie old employee, is also leaving to go any encouragement from
is accomplished. The operation and now since the war is over, Ilill in the death of her father, Dart with her husband just out of serv- the military authorities.
normally took two hours fop heir: dreams are coming true. All ,' Hill. ice.

one block, and by this device, the of'us wish both of them much happiness e Worry Is expressed about Tony Civilian Employees
time was dropped to six minutesfor > in their new home. Chief'ulchny Father: Daughter you have gone Waite (:Maintenance) because he
two blocks.--the blocks being (Technical Section) is the out with that chiropractor again.Aren't isn't on the beam about collecting News

used in each harness. The process >roud father of an eleven-pound you afraid? odd items of news. Was a good Relation Office
consisted of removing the handleof : aby> boy, Johnny Ernest. Johnny Daughter: Not at all, Dad. I'm source of supply but no morel! Bid Personnel. 450 Phone Ext. 8194.
the tool and an extension drill was born 16 February and Is doing In good hands. ,
rod five/sixteenths' diameter by fine We were glad to see Chief What with Public Works' new Barbara J. Finley Editor
a paper shortage inthe )715: checking In time and the The Civilian Emplojees New,
two and a half Inches long and Floyd (Print Shop) back to duty England
welded on to the end of the tool. time of Queen Elizabeth. As aneconomy ever present question of the movef a one-page section of the Jax

After welding, this was turned and inventions, he likes music and measure she ordered aUroyal ) Design scuttlebutt had a busy Air News, Is devoted to reporting -
true and was also made to fit the for recreation volley ball, baseball menus written on porcelain ;ime, but the 45 minute lunch period the news of the Naval Air
drill chuck. md badminton. He is married and plaques that could be washed andused is back and that is unani- Station' civilian employees.

'As a diversion from his work has one son. over again. mously approved.

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I I Is The Executive Officer

; Comdr. Robert P. Bebe, USN

Griping about anything and everything
Is supposed to be a nor-

WHftT TO DO! WHERE TO COI mal state of mind for soldiers and
a sailors. We know the historians
have unearthed early records that
show the Roman Legions coveredthe
MOVIE SCHEDULE ground pretty thoroughly in

THURSDAY-"SINGING PARADE OF 1918" 1800 and 200<. i their day on about the same subjects

Cale Storm and Phil Regan -but they did a good job of '
'mD.\Y-2000, Broadcast, "SARATOGA TRUNK," Ingrid Berg cleaning up the opposition too.

man, Gary Cooper, at 1715 and 2045. One of the favorite complaintsis
of course, the chow. Far be it
SATURDAY-"SARATOGA TRUNK. 1130, 1730, 2000. t
from me to try and stop anyone
SUNDAY-"SPIRAL STAIRCASE," Dorothy McCulre. Ceorgi from making disparaging remarks

Brent. 1130 1800, 2000. i if they feel the need of blowing oft

l\IOXD.\\-"THE VIRGINIAN," Joel MrCrea, Brian Donlevy.TUESDAY a little steam But if I show a bit

Same as Monday. of the other side of the picture we

WEUiESUAY-'THE ROARING RANGERS," Charles Starrett, might have some gripes that are
: more to the point and put the finger -
Smiley Burnett. 1800, 2000.TIIX'RMYUSO
on things that can be corrected -
Show. 1800 2000. _
I 1 easily. Though that is probablytoo
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much to hope for.

1HINGS TO DO-ABOARD ... -- In the first place, b. assured

: Indoor Pool 1 A RECORD BREAKING crowd of enthusiastic lovers of good, that everyone knows very well
\\'J\UIlXG-Daily Recreational Period for all Naval
that a good mess hall is half the
dance music crowded into the NATTC Auditorium Saturday night to
Personnel and their guests; Monday: through Friday-1200 to 1300 ,
; battle in running a happy ship.
listen and dance to the melodious strains of Johnny Long's famous
S.1turday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1230 to 2100.
When the difficulties start demo.
band. The featured soloist, Francey Lane, proved quite an attractionas ,
GOLF Station Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all
personnel the sailors gathered around for her autograph. bilization comes into the picture
Clubs available at Gear Locker In Southside of NATTC Auditorium
food shortages, old galley equipment
Another big dance is scheduled for March 15 and music will be
; Monday through Saturday-1000-1700; Sunday-1030 to 1700. and other .
furnished by our own SepCenders. The dance will feature St. Pat numerous things.All
HOWLING-Six Alleys behind Ships Service available to all personnel of which may add up to something -
rick's Day decorations and remind the personnel of the start of
Monday through Friday; 1WO to 2000; Saturday-1130 to 1730. NATTC dances just a year ago. not tasting exactly like An-

Free bowling it you set your own pins. lOc a line for,pin boys. .- -- --- '- tolne's in New Orleans.
MUSIC-Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, One of the chief reasons for a

contact Hagen, Ext. 280.TENNISRacquets. I [I RED CROSS Aids- drop in quality and quantity lately -
and balls available at Physical Training Bid?. is that the Navy no longer has

613. I preference in getting the top of ,
HOSTESS HOUSE-Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sunday In Service Or Out the available food as it did durIng -
1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. A 1Ceneas4ee the war. In fact, it was getting -

NATTC LIBRARY-Located in Auditorium. Open Monday through I The Annual drive for funds to so bad that the governmentis
Friday-0930 to 2100; Saturday and Sunday-1230 to 2100. I support the American Red Cross now resuming this program to a

ATHKLRTIG GEAR-Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training is now under way all over the nation limited extent and improvementshould
Dept., Bldg. 513. i Here at NATTC, while the be noted. But the Navy is:
spotlight is centered upon the activities operating on the policy that shore
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE I and functions of the Red stations shall be on a level with
Cross, Mr. Charles H. Adams, the civilian economy-just wait
LITTLE THEATRE: March 10, 1500 and March 11, 2030 THREE Field Director, wants to remind till you get on the outside and try
MEN ON A HORSE. Special Showing for Naval Personnel. Tickets at personnel "Before you go home as that for a while.
Welfare Office I The galley is also showing the
civilians, that if there is
takes almost until to any way
It today
The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and after these strenuous I the Red Cross can help you, don't effects of operating at full speed
Streets a dance Saturday night from 2030 to rest up I number of Everything
Market sponsors every week-ends. Whenever the sun hesitate to come and see us." for a years.
2330. Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are i "We're here to il being done to keep it up-you
shines everyone has to either takein serve you until
invited..lACKSON'ILLE. anrest assured of that But partsare
nine holes of golf, a swim, two your well-earned chance to go
BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent intervals sometimes as hard to find as
tennis and at least hour home comes. You have a
sets of an may
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand these 46 cars and for the same
with for
horseback ride. And what government ; if
other recreation at one of world's finest ocean breaches. Bus reasons. Here's a place you can
the bruises just going away from so, we know a. good deal about
out the instructions -
fare 25c.: I help, by carrying
dance bruises government forms and documents
NAVY MOTHERS' HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 East Church Street. the Johnny Long I for cleaning off knives, forks
earned and fun getting! which you may need.
USO CENTERS, at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus and trays before putting them In
Station, Church and Newnan Streets; 311 West Duval Street.. USO we're just catching our breath. I "It may be that there is a situ- the washer-the poor old thing .
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. I Over at the IT Department: The ation in your family that can'twait does its best-give it a break. ,

CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San n1u cle-benders Hanlon, Brink, for you to get home and settle Just remember that the chow ,

Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on I Buckley Duncan, Hartigan, Hus- I It. Maybe we can help you does not miraculously appear on

San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-(1.00 per hour; motor var, Dodd and Hi-point man Chlsle I through your hometown Red Cross the tables. It takes a lot of effort
were stiff and sore from spending chapter. If there is anything you'dlike I and those responsibleare
boats-52.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. I and planning *
HORSEBACK RIDING MAGNOLIA AND HYDE PARK STA- Sunday evening bowling. Bill Dun- i, to talk over we'll try our best doing a big job. If all hand

BLES. Both located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay widdie is expecting his wife very to help you. And don't forget co-operate by taking only what
Rides. I soon as she is being dischargedfrom when you're out of uniform, Red I they are going to eat, and see that
the WACS. Robin Hood I Cross Home Service in your chapter -, the plates are cleaned up, it will
Barnes, SC2c; Edword E. Bates, Hayes and Walt Dubzlnskl left is there, standing by to give help. Only after you have done your

NATTC Discharges Sic; Dominick Bucceroni, SClc, last week to return to their old you the same service." I part do you rate griping at all! {
Jacob L. Cohen, AOM2c; David J. home towns. Walt was one of the The NATTC office Is located in
Douglas, SKD2c; Walter J. Dub- stars on the NAS Fliers football the Annex to Building 500; opens for the convenience of the person

iNiI1I er 1386 zinskl, SpA)2c; John E. -Dye, team. Hayes was the mayor of his daily and on Saturday morning nel.
AOM3c; Jerome B. Faust, BM2c; hometown before putting on the -- -

The parade of Separatees con- Louis J, Galbavi, Sic; sailor suit.Topside. I I WEEKLY BROADCAST FROM NATTC I

tinued at a fast pace at NATTC Edward O. Garrison AM3c; In the Personnel Office: -- -
last week with the departure of Clarence C. Gasper, AMM3c; Harvey Phyllis Mitchell returned from ,
at least 70 enlisted personnel to J. Gregory, PhM2c; Vernle A. I leave a married gal, next move ,;r.
separation centers near their Grubb, AEM3c; Leslie A. Hamilton DISCHARGE. The lucky man is ;; ,
homes. Separations here now total AMMI3c; Stanley D. Hayes, I ex-GI E. H Cabolka.: They were 1 ftj t(4 ii

133. SpA)2c) ; Marion H. Hayes, AOM married in Greenville, Ky., Febru- \i: ,1t
The separatees, as announced by 2c. .. ary 20 and are going to make their :; t
the personnel department: Lester J. Huston, AEM3c; home in Green Bay, Wis. Lucky ;}f# J-t. ?a '
To New York, N. Y.: :Mary G. Charles F. James, ARTlc; Milton color green.L. I ;'" :" ." ,,:

Costello, Sic; Josephine Oropallo, F. Jennings AEM3c; Enoch B. Burns hated to go on leave 7t'k"t",4
Sic. Kelly, Ylc; Russell R. Krone, AEM for fear she would nilaa something! 1 "ft', .
To Bremerton, Wash.: Harold G. 3c; Everett R. Martin, S2c; John Cleghorn, Burns and Redman, who <1',1' : rw&b
peaco, AM3c. T. Martin, SIc; Jerome V. McGowTo I were those half stripers you had ?1';
Terminal Isand, Calif.: Roban, PhM3c; Edwin L. Meade, S2c; at the dance. !
ert A. Brock, AFC3c. Clifford W. Mills, AM3c; Joseph C.i.2 i The Discharge fcectlon+ really r
misses Hilton who has moved Into -
__ ;:.;. J;; '
-=: ; the Exec's Office It has been .
w.1 heard that Adkins is now concentrating t -
; :! I + t
Rita King is to leave soon from

the Commissary Department Me- : '44T; w
Jfr ._ Cray was in a motorcycle accident ,

and is in the hospital. I :
,.... .' I ; Over at AEM, Virginia Jones, i -
,.,J'J-- ..... Esther Pratt Sic I
.- Y3c, and Mary iusrrcMIS1jp
:; .a: :- '
: __ will be leaving soon They are both f
happy, especially Mary Es-
I The Last Drink The Lat >tlleThe Latest ThingIn very married. i
ther who plans on being
Blue In Blue In Ught Blue
Jones won't admit a thing. !
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Pate S2c A. Persichlni, Lt. (jg) Haney, who has been
To Lido Beach, L. I., N. Y.: ; Angelo
Michael N. Dragone, AMlc. AOM2c. with the AEM school since it cam

Til St. Louis, :Mo.: Charles A. Malvin S. Phornlx, Sic, James j to Jacksonville is leaving soon for
Pfeiffer, BM2c. i E. Pugh, AEM3c; Louis E. Serio, I his home in San Diego.
Dar- AEM2c: L. D. Swain, Sic; How- Police Department and Technical
To Boston, Mass.: Albert P. ,
Weber AEM3c Howard G. Library unite Shirley
ard C ;
dano AOMSc.
l Williams, AEM3c: Charles W. Charles Critz were married
To Washington, D. C.: Alice E. last Sunday in the Protestant
Wright, Sic; Clarence N. Yadon,
Malckt, Sic. I AEM2c; Robert A. Zielske, Sic; Chapel. The bride's parents were
To New Orleans, La.: ClarenceR. Lyndon J, Wood, AEM2c; Salva- here from Waterbury, Conn., and
Ferguson, AEM3c. 'I tore Valenti, SC2c. her sister was her only attendantThe
To Great Lakes, 111.: Helen M. > I best man was George Corbett, !Ji1tE"JUST #

King, Sic; Louise Bratton, SKVlc; A liquor, a food, and a mattress I and ushers were Reed McCain and
Gladys )or. Briant, S2c; Dorothy F. salesman were sitting at a small Wigam. The bride's parents gave
B derman, SpS)3c.To ( ) i table drinking beer, and engrossed : a dinner for ten following the cer- :
Jacksonville, Fla.: Ray M. in deep conversation. The liquor emony at the Wndsor hotel.

salesman, first and said: i I Aviation Fundamental. really ....._, ___
Crouch, Sic; Frederick C. Mathys, spoke .n-u; ;( Hale; Oscar J, Shelby, AEMlc; "You know, I hate to see a woman had a big party Tuesday Hall night in South at CALL ME: MISTER," a weekly radio broadcast over
Roy J. Marian, AEM3c; Victor W. drink alone." the American Legion station WJHP originate at the NATTC auditorium at 2000, Friday
H. Meyer, Sic; Walter L. Dallls, "I hate to see a woman eat Jacksonville Everyone was evenings. Pictured above is Lt. (jg) Bill Williams, announcer, and
Sic; John L. Hardy, Sic; Paul alone," added the food salesman.The ing around with a pleased walk-I' last week's featured soloist, Frank Katterhelnrich. The' program U
Volquartson, Sic; Gordon L. Ovi- mattress salesman maintained Wednesday and music nl arranged by the Separation Center under the direction of Lt. (jg)
food good
silence. beer,
att, AEM2c; Harry Kuhns, S2c; a gentlemanly wonder. Jane Blythe and features the music of the SepCen Band. "Saratoga
Richard C. Jensen, S2c; Harold L. this night will com
the USS Oswald ha* in-I Trunk" which proceed the broadcast Friday
lie had Tarzan -they swung
Davis eyes
Woodrow W. ,
Matholt Sic
; Continue on Page Seven mence at 1715 and, again at 2015.
Curtis L. from limb to limb.
S2C; Earl D. Arven, Sic;

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7 March, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

Battle WagingFor I WEATHERMAN'S CRYSTAL BAIL I Raiders Lose 4642As I Records Office,

Education_ Season ClosesMonday I Bakers Leading

lIy u. (UK) ii. I). Jenkins night the NATTC AH I American LoopEntering
Operation WISE was launched
at H-hour at four widely separated Raiders brought the curtain down. I the last week of play,
points on 25 February. Thre i iI on the 1045-46: cage season. Although I the American League race still ap-
beachheads were secured and cn< aw they dropped the ball game pears headed for a tie. Records
lost. Gains are reported in most 46-32. the Raiders put plenty oi Office and Bake Shop each won a
sectors. Reinforcements are stil the old college try into their final pair of games last week to notch
arriving irl small units. game and just one break up their sixth .and seventh wins
might have turned defeat Into victory -
"Algebra," code-word designation s = fa against one defeat.
for the first operation which I Competition in the National
began at 0813: is continuing bat As it was the Raiders dropped League was completed with the
their first home of the season -
tering assaults, mounting five of'fehsives game playing of all postponed games.
after they hast given the Max
a week. The campaign it All teams are now awaiting the
well Field Bomber of
plenty com
expected by usually reliable start of the all-station tournament
It the fifth loss oi
petition. was ;
sources to last three months : which will probably get under way
the season for the local team com
Some combatants are really groggy this week
with fourteen victories.
Recruits are needed. Records Office had time
Early in the week NATTC easy
"Psychology," second offensive crushed .the Fernandina Booster winning from Barracks 13 by the
launched at OIK>0, is led by Captain Club, 73-48 in a (game played or score of 32-21. Barnes led the win-
Nichols whose unit reports considerable the home boards. Taking the lead ners with eleven points although
progress. "Psychology Textbooks in the first few minutes the Raiders Hubbard of Barracks 13 also tallied -
," code-word for ammunition, hurried to a 19-10 first period 11. In their other game of the
arrived in quantity to support the margin. The sharpshooting of Don week, Records Office won from
operation This was the most ambitious Husvar Dick Kimball and Ed 'II Medical Department by forfeit.
operation and had the less showed the local five to Har-I' The two wins kept the Records
widest popular support.! Reinforcements 24 halftime lead. During the second team in a tie with Bake Shop for
code "students," are still half the Raiders toyed with I I first place in the league. In case
acceptable though not needed. the visitors and were ahead 55-35:: the two teams wind up in a tie, a
"English Grammar" hit the as the second stringers took over, ,i playoff game will be necessary to

beach at 1000 hours and was immediately Leading the Rafders in the scor i I determine the champion of the
pinned down by a cross- ing column were Don Husxar and American League.
lire of verbs and adjectives. The Ed Harless. The torrid shooting of I I Early in the week Bake Shop

offensive rallied and now reportssteady Husvar accounted for 22 of the won an easy game from Personnel,
gains. Reinforcements,, AT TilE Aviation Fundamentals!! School, Instructor S. W.Tol- Raiders tallies and Harless added i 27-s. Doran and Peters led the
"students,1 can still Join in, although ley, AerMSc: 'of Lynchburg, Virginia, is explaining the purpose and 15 more. Dick Kimball, startinghis winning attack with 13 and eight
it will be up to the Individual use of the "Double Register,' 'a weather instrument for measuringthe first game for the Raiders, points respectively. Later in the
to catch up with the main velocity and wind direction. The students are from class 03, and found the hoop for 14 points. week Bake Shop won another

. party. are learning! enough about the rate to decide if they would like to be Jug Gjurich played his usual I game from Disbursing, 3927. This
"Physics" a diversionary action an AerM. The school has the latest equipment used by all the avia- outstanding game. Time after time time it was Peters that led the
launched at 1300 hours did not tions ratings, and men from Recruit camps arrive every week to his beautiful passing set up the Bakers with 14 counters. Earls of
have sufficient initial strength to learn the basic phases of Naval Aviation scoring machine. Disbursing also hit for 14 tallies.
out successful campaignand ----- The two wins the Bake
tarry a kept Shop
- Monday the Raiders met Max-
consequently barely reachedthe Receives well team in the running for the league
Student Field in a return game. The
beachhead and was almost im- THE WOROlFromAiation .. Bombers were victorious earlier in title, which will probably end up
If sufficient
mediately withdrawn. In a tie.
the season and the Raiders were
ecruits contact the EducationalServices Unit CitationGrady FundamentalSchool out for revenge. The ball game was The only other American League
501 to
Offices in Building
only one minute old when Carl I game played during the week
arrange for a new campaign. found Barracks 11 from
Knox put the visitors out in front winning
will make another at- E. McGhin. AMMlc USN,
"Physics" Unit Citation with a close in shot. Don Husvar Medical Department by forfeit.
tempt.<< received the Presidential the By J. L. Kotano, CPhoM hit two quick baskets as the local In the National League Barracks
last Saturday during
Several strong points remain of Sec Over here at the Aviation Fundamental team went into the lead. The rest I 17 downed the Police team 45-26.:
Personnel Inspection Duty
unbreached. "Trigonometry, "Am- School each student ha of the period found the two teams Jim Marshall ran wild to score 23

erican History," "College Alge- tion McGhln 4. who at present Is a student an opportunity to decide for him playing on even terms and as the points, more than half the entire
bra," "Operating a Small Business in the automatic pilot school self just exactly which branch ot period ended with NATTC in crew total of the Barracks 17 team. Le- ".
L ," and points further south indicate here received this award for ac Naval Aviation he would like togo in front ]1.9, the game had been fete scored 12 times to cop scoring -
, the general region of the tion,while aboard the USS Hornet, Into It's a fact that if a person tied three times. honors for the Police.

next offensive. Recruits, Ship'sCompany He was attached to the famous is really interested in the rat Knox dropped in a long shot as! The Police squad also lost a
only, may leave their Hornet during all of her active ca for which he is striking it will not the second quarter got under way thriller to TAP, 30-29. OGradycame :
; name and choices of theaters of easier for him but he through to score 14 pointsin
reer. He was with her even when only come to tie the ball game up for the
: operation in Building 501, the Educational the public knew of the ship aj! can fill that billet more efficiently! fourth time. Montone sent the the upset win. Layson was high
Services office. As soon only the mysterious "ShangriLa"which Each student is screened to die Bombers ahead with a set up and for the Police with nine points.
r as a sufficient number of "stu launched the B25s which cover the proper place for him in Maudlin added a short onehanderand INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL
dents" is assembled, a leader started.will made the first attack upon TokyoIn the quotas for the various Clas free toss to give the visitors a LEAGUE STANDINGS
be found and the .operation. April of 1042. "A" Schools and if he has the best 16-11 lead. The Maxwell quintet .A.ulna 12e5sa
t His special duties were that oi qualifications for the rate he selects kept the lead until near the end Team W L Pt,.. 0"..
plane Captain on one of the this fact is recorded. Upon; of the quarter when Jug Gjurich WordA Ofiics T 1 216 13.
More Braid Wildeat arrival at NATTC the student fill swisher and Don lIh hop T 1 21t laaPsirack.
F4F-4's, a Grumman ,, dropped a long 14 6 I 228 U.
member of the fighting squadron out a questionnaire, listing his; Husvar also counted from far out. .At'C Sehool i 6 I 211 226AoM
VF-8. He was aboard this carrier preferences. Then he spends thre< Jim Buckley dropped a free throwto &hIM,1 I I 24. 176
I Added At NATTC when the heroic Torpedo Squadron hours with each aviation rate, getting tie it up again but Knox sanka Bsrr.ek. II 4.2 I 215 141 225Per.onnel 1113
8 took off and didn't return THE WORD on the duties free tOM to send the visitors to Barracks J8 2 6 128 U4
Two spot promotions at NATTC during the Battle of Midway. When and purposes of each. a 20-19 halftime lead. lJi.bur8l1l1r 1 I Jl4 154Medeel

I were received recently, one by the the Hornet was sunk under him,, After going through seven week The fast moving Maxwell team Ie.n..l 14wGt." Lt.u.II Final II )1'0 1&1

head of the AEM School, George he was shifted from ship to ship of watch standing, indoctrination went way out ahead in the third Teem W L Yta. O"P.Me. .
r F. Sauter, now Commander, and and finally was aboard the USS communication, drills, survival, period, once leading 30-23. The .. CO".. 6'I el 2 4'29 Y 84Dl.bur.inr
1141 21\0
I William E. Crow, aide to the Ex- Nassau until transferred to the A shop work, math, physics, and< Raiders put on a short rally behind TEN Division; T 2 .11 210PTsw
ecutive Officer who attained the & R Shops at NAS, San Diego. drawing layout; the student re the expert rebound work of their 1)i.i.ions I 4 280 299
rank of Lt. Com dr. From there he was sent to NATTCto turns to the Rate Indoctrination tall center Miller. Miller tipped in TAP Division 4 1US 2149
Comdr, Sau- attend the advanced school. classes for an additional four hour, three straight baskets to bring the lIarrat II a 2 6 6 135 179 2140 USP.raonn..1 !
McGhin's home is In Boynton : of each rating, then makes a Anal Raiders to within three points of TAO Division a. 201 200B.rracks
ter began the Beach, Florida, and he is on a six decision of the three that interes the visitors. However, the Raiders 17 2 T 179 :250Po14ce
AEM school at I year cruise which will be completed him most and for which he is bes couldn't keep pace with the Bombers Z 7 229 806.

I 87th and An- in 1947 He has been initiated qualified. The choices do not bind< and fell behind 33-40 as the heartbreaking basket to give the
thony in Chica- into the order of the Shellback and him, but are of much help to the period ended. visitors a two point lead.

is a qualified member of the Order interviewer in screening.Af'rographer' The fourth quarter found the lo- With only a half minute to go
go came of the Imperal Domain of the Mate Qualification! cal team putting on a desperate Jug Gjurich broke loose to scoiethe

here over two Golden Dragon. Screening a man interested in rally which almost overtook the supposedly tieing basket onlyto
years ago to de- M becoming an Aerographer (AerM). visitors in the final minute. Gjur- have the officials disallow it.
velop this new Basket Ball League means checking the man to set ich potted a long set shot and After that the Raiders were a
. school in avia- that he meets all the following re- Hus\ar' added a free throw as the beaten team and basket by Se-
tion. The rate Tournament Begins quirements. Should he miss any, Raiders began to crowd the Bombers. ward in the last few seconds was
l. created will be The NATTC and Separation he will have to consider his second Maudlin dropped in a left hand only an aftermath.
permanent anda Center Basketball Tournament got or third choice. To go to NTScl pivot shot to give the visitors a > .
part of the peace-time Navy away to a flying start early this (AerM), he MUST be a high schoo comfortable six point lead but Ed She was the kind of a girl who
Comdr. Sauter attended Loyola week At present the teams are gradute, it is desirable to have hat Harless1 set up and another long wore those kind of dresses!! that
and DePauw Universities and received battling through the early rounds a college background in physica swisher by Gjurich narrowed the kept everyone warm but her.
;, h/s degree in Electrical En- and the semi-final and final games science, also to have had a CA margin to two points. A pair of
gineering from the Illinois Institute will probably get under way Mon- ground course in climatology and free tosses by Jim Buckley tied it Then there's the sailor that wentto
of Technology. Before enter- day and Tuesday. any typing-clerical experience. up with less than two minutes to the beauty contest blindfolded.
ing the service In September, 1012{ Fourteen teams have enteredthe Minimum test score: GCT 60, go but Montone dropped in a I Said he'd feel his way around.
he was the Dean of Studies, Lew- affair. Included in the four- Arithmetic, 55, Clerical 50. Physical ---
is School of Aeronautics, Chicago.! teen teams are the champion of : 12/20 vision in both eyes cot NUCLEUS: OF SHEET ENTHUSIASTS I
__ I
..IIU"'IUW r "' u. recently the American and National rected to 20/20. Personal: Good "

assumed Leagues along with the runners- memory. 4aEt x t 4' ra
4 Meeting all requirements, he wit
1a duties as the up.The following are the teams that go to NAS, Lakehourst, N. J, for

Industrial Rela- have entered: Barracks 17, NATTC a 16 week course Some of the
tions Officer be- Mess Cooks, TEM Division, Rec- subjects coverd in the "A" Schoo!

sides his numer- ords Office, Bake Shop, Disbursing, are: Weather Codes, Instruments,
tasks in the I Personnel, AOM (A) School, AOMB Clouds and weather observation,
Executive ous Of- ( ) School, TAP Division, Fire Map Analysis and coded maps,
Control School, Barracks 14, Barracks monthly aerological record, bal- S
The 3 3i
fice. new
18 and Separation Center loon soundings, use of Adiabatic
Lt. Comdr. hasa I, Mess Cooks. charts, Aerology operation, Ba1lis-
wide back- tics Aerological forms and corre-
ground in the spondence, and typing. From each .
educational field NewsreelContinued class graduating there will be four

#' and was on the staffs as vice principal men eligible out of each 100 to attend i 11s +"' i f
of several high schools in Lot I From fags Six this Class "A" School. The +v

Angeles. He attended college at vited the WAVES of Bks. 51 to attend competition is keen for this rating
the University of Southern California -I a dinner dance in Jackson and it has the highest qualifications .

and Eastern Oregon Collegeof ville. Sounds very good, the DE is .
Education before doing his!!I from Mayport and this Is an anni- ---- -- ---------- ----
graduate work at Clarmont, Cali versary of the ship. Ask MAA for Saturday and should prove a gala

fornia. more details. affair. .... .
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The WAVES who are invited to Reed McCain, Cox'n, will say
I wonderful division parties his goodbye to NATTC this after- LOOKING FORWARD to the coming Skeet shooting tournament
Teacher: "Now Johnny, were all these J. Jor-
to lay two eggs over here and! and don't go Just don't know noon at 1300 when he goes to the are such sharpshooters as Chiefs Frank Lastrlco, S.
three over there how many will the fun they are missing! Sop Center. Mac is looking for- dain, Chaplain E. W. Andrews, Captain Ira C. Nichols, Chiefs
there: be all together The Officer's picnic which was ward 'to that happy life with blue Ii. 11. Gibson and. K. B. Collins.! Range Number 3 has been secured

Johnny: "Personally, I don't, cancelled because of inclement eclvvies, tweed jackets, and brown for use of the competing! teams from 0800 to 1600, Monday through' .
think you can do it." weather is scheduled again for slacks I Friday, approximately 12 teams are expected to enter.

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS. 7 March, 1946


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Fliers Nip lV urines

In FinnIe, 50-44 .' ,; :

Lead Changes Eight Times -',

In Thrilling Cage Contest \ ,

In the game that rang down the curtain on the regular .! '

1946 season, the Fliers edged out the Parris Island Marines .::"

4 .Monday night, 50-41, in a thrilling battle that saw the lead

change !hands eight times. .

___ The Marines using the fast break to great advantage in
the first half shook forward Jim Jones loose on three

occasions to roll up a 22-19 halftime -
q 44 4 lead. all of his 12 markers in the sec-
The Fliers roared back in the ond half to earn runner-up honors.
second half to rally within one Harry Platt bagged 10 digits, and
point of the Marines in a short two Ned Staitz played his usual brilliant -
minutes. Wes Paxson then sank a defensive game besides rack-
bucket to send the NAS five ahead, ing up four points. For the Ma-
2524.: From there the scrap see- rines, Bob Schmidt was high man
sawed back and forth until Pax- with 11 points. The NAS triumph
son broke a 39-39 deadlock that gave Lt. Lloyd II. Lux's boys their
-, ,__ ,_____ __'___,_,___'_____ __"'____m___._ __'_,_,_'"_...... sent the Fliers ahead for good. 25th win out of 31 starts.
MORE TITAN 70 applicants have signed for this year's edition of the Flier baseball nine, and all Paxson was high scorer, tally- The> powerful Flier basketball
of them actually showed up for the first practice session Monday afternoon at Mason Field. Lt. Lloyd Ing 17 points, while Trosper netted squad annexed its first 1946 tour-
I Lux (right) and Lt. Comdr James R. McCachren team coaches, give the boys a light once-over in nament trophy last Saturday
front of the dug-out, before going Into the business of the afternoon. The team will have to be built night, as the team climaxed three '
pretty much from. the ground up, since few of the players have had any big-time competition. Marek Is Lone nights of superb cage play by

downing the 16th Fleet quintet

Toward Center of from Green Cove Springs, 4037.In .
Mermen Cop Baseball Nudges Way Jax ContenderIn ceremonies immediately fol-

Sports Interest As Practice Begins lowing the game, the John Z. Flet-

Second I In N. Y. FightsMarine cher Trophy was presented to Lt.
Baseball, king of Amercan sports, began nudging its way Lloyd II. Lux on behalf of the Fliers .
into the NAS sports spotlight, Monday afternoon, when approx- by Horace B. Cunningham.The .
Swim MeetCoach imately 70 horsehide aspirants answered Lt. Lloyd II. Lux's Gabby Marek, heavy- latter is Florida State basketball .
call for opening drills on Mason Field. weight Golden Gloves champ from commissioner for the Ameri-

Paul King's swimmingteam Few men are veterans of last year's outfit. Therefore, Coach NAS, was scheduled to step into can Basketball Congress, sponsorof
took second place in the Flor- Lloyd Lux has stamped a "wide open' brand on the fight for the Madison Square Garden ring the tourney.
Ida A.A.U. swimming champion- berths on the starting nine. With over 80 men striving to geta last night in the semi-final bout of Coach Lux's cagers beat their
ships at West Palm Beach last chance to wear a uniform, the squad will go through a weekof the New York Golden Gloves bat- way into the finals by victories
Saturday. The local mermen fin- spirited workouts before the team will be cut to 25 or 30 reg- tle of champions. Marek was to

ished ahead of Maxwell: Field, ular men. fight Jeff Clanton, Buffalo negro,
Lake Worth Athletic Club, Boca The Flier nine will open against University of Florida April who won his opening fight by a Enter Atlanta TourneyThe
Chica, Miami A. C. and the West 3. They will play in the new service athletic conference that includes second round knockout, as did Ma-
Palm Beach Recreation Depart- some of the toughest Navy teams in the nation. Stiffest NAS basketball squad has
ment, but was nosed out by the competition is expected from NATTC Memphis, and NATB, rek.Other NAS boys did not fare so officially accepted an Invitationto
strong Pensacola NAS team. Corpus Christi. well as Marek, although they play in the National AltO
The Jax team displayed fine bal- For sailors who can't wait until April to see a little of your showed plenty of class in losing Tournament opening| March 10
ance capturing second place al- station team, it might be well to know that the Fliers will work their bouts. Eddie Chyz lost a hairline in Atlanta Ga. Some of the
though they took first in only one out every afternoon at 1430, on Mason Field. decision to negro Tommy toughest quintets In the nationare
event. The lone gold medal win- -_.._._ Rhett of the New York team, and expected to be on hand to
," ner was Bruce Ilarlan who took Gueppe Named Head Knox: Brandon dropped his bout to give the NAS live plenty of competition -
the three-meter diving championship WAVES Drop Two ex-soldier Joe Barone of Pitts- The liters will begin
by a wide margin. Jim lIar- Coach At VirginiaLt. burgh. Barone scored a second their play on Monday night
nlsh also scored a point for the Cage Contests; round TKO over the game Bran- meeting the winner of the first
locals finishing fourth, onetenthof (Jg) Arthur Gueppe, mem- round game between Mississippiand !
a point behind the third place Play One MoreTwo ber of the physical training staff don.Sal Alvarez was beaten in a Maine champions
winner. here for the last five months, returned thriller on Monday night, by Eddie ---- -. -
Two breast-strokers, Joe Cauff- the to the University of Vir- Moran of Washington, and Brown '
defeats were hung on over VPB of Jax, 40-30, last Thurs-
man and Dick Cotter, the latter NAS WAVES cage team last ginia to serve as head football Remington was the victim of a day night and the crack Miami
120 pounds, found themselves coach this week, following his release questionable decision in losing to
only week, as the Rollins College sex- 7th Naval District team 47-32 on
pitted against a strong field in- tet downed them Saturday night, to inactive duty. Bernard Des Roye of Buffalo. The : Friday night.
cluding Cotter's younger brother, 28-27 and the Pepsi-Cola squad An All-American quarterback on crowd on hand booed the decision I All around team
play was the
Marquette University football and the Buffalo coach later
Pensacola. lustily
Bob, who represented : gave them a 33-20 drubbing the highlight of each Flier victory. Ev-
Young Cotter started like a following Monday.In < squad in 1936 Lt. Gueppe coachedthe congratulated Remington on his I
: who
wind the difficult freshman team there in 1937. fine fight, and went so far as to tell ery man stepped on the hard-
using Whirl-I fracas the WAVE wood for
the Rollins NAS
during those three
fly breast stroke" and He went to University of Virginiathe him he thought he had won. Stew- 1
team put up a game fight before games showed ball hawking and
by going the entire 220 following year, where he serv- art Stagg, substituting for Jim
yards eryone using this exhausting stroke. succumbing in the final minutes on ed as backfield coach until he en- Whitman, lost to Tommy Johnson, scoring talents which left little to
I a basket by Ruth Buck of Rollins. I I. be desired. The fact that each
Pensacola's Bob Cotter outdis- tered the Navy. of Buffalo.
The halftime score was all tied up scrap saw a different man in the
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NAS Jan'sDick
tanced the field at 10-10, and the WAVES obviously i high scoring position bears out this
finished third to add
could have used the sharp- statement. These high-point lads
two points to our total. shooting of Dorothy Stevenson. were Harry Platt with 16 pointsin

Another three points were add- But "Skipper" Edge and Betty the VPB game, Billy DeJIars
ed when Tom Brown and "Gabby"Johnson Vladeff turned in fine performances who racked up 10 digits in the MI-
took third and fourth in for the NAS girls, as they ami fracas, and Wesley Paxson
the 150-yard back stroke. Pt'nsacola's scored 16 and 9 points respectively ; O who netted 13 scores in the final
Jack Marsh broke the state I'e.
against Green Cove.
record in this event lowering it to For Rollins, Depperman was high
1:45 flat. with 14 points, and Ruth Buck fol- The final game was a rubber
lowed with 12.PepsiCola match for Green Cove and Jax.
Gene Cunny fine Jax sprinter, came to the Mainside The two teams had split in their
almost bagged the National Junior court Monday night and behind ; previous meetings. This rematchwas
Indoor BO yard Championship the amazing antics of "Bernie" I a thrilling and hardfoughtbattle
Cunny led the outstanding field for Walton, they drubbed the WAVES and it was the strong em-
33 to the first turn, but
33-20. The Pepsi gals were never phasis on team play which prob-
hooked an arm over one of the 15-11 lead at in- ably proved the deciding factor in .
made his turn holding a By Frank Tours Sic
course lines as he ,
termission. Walton netted 17 the struggle for title of "Florida
and lost a precious split second points for the Pepsi-Colans, while Remember the days when service athletic teams were State Champs."

again.before he At the could finish get of under the race way "Skipper" Edge was top for the stampeding every type of organized sporting loop from coastto Clever play under the hoop by

Cunny was a strong third, only WAVES again with 10 points. coast? Remember the "Big Name" boys that led those Wesley Paxson added badly need-
four-tenths of a second behind the With a record of 11 wins and teams to all their glorious triumphs? The boys that were the ed points to the Flier total in the
seven losses, the WAVES wind up coach waning moments of the ball game
winner. idols of the American youngster, the dreams of every ,
and the locals win
pulled away'to
their season in a re-match with
The Jax team was considerably writers' All Americans in field of
Joe out- Rollins March 11. They will take the sports pets-the every a three-point victory
weakened when Baldwin -
standing sprint star and assistant the floor against Stetson College sport? Fliers who merited praise from
coach, was discharged late last Well, Mac, those days of service all hands at the Duval County Ar-
week. supremacy are fast becoming daysof Joe Baksi. mory were Joe Trosper and Bill
Lieut. Geesman Will the past, but while we're aboutit The grand old American game, DeMars, who kept Green Cove
Negotiations are under way with let's look into that past and Baseball, didn't slight NAS spec- Springs boiling all night, Harry
the of Havana for a Join Stall
University College glance at some of those name boys tators, for big Charley Gehrlnger Platt who was high scorer of the
meet to be held in the
swimming who lent their coveted talents to Detroit Tiger ace, acted as player- VPB game, Ned Staitz, the bril-
16th of Avis Geesman
Indoor around the Lieut. Sterling ,
pool the Jax: NAS outfits. coach for the Fliers nine in 1912 liant ball handler and rebound ace,
March. coach of the Jacksonville
who rank sixth among the na- Football fans will always havea and '43. Those Gehringer squads and Ward Sheffe, and T. S. Ary
tion's service teams, was releasedto good word for George McAfee. struck terror In the hearts of op- who played steady, consistent ball
inactive duty in the Naval Reserve the former Duke Blue Devil All- posing teams, and established two in each of the tournament tiffs.

on Thursday February 28 at American, and terror of the pros great season records. Another The three triumphs brought the
the Separation Center. for the Chicago Bears. McAfee baseball addict that graced the Fliers' season record to 24 wins
paced the '42 Jax: pigskin squad to Jax halls, was the Pittsburgh Pi- and six losses-a win-loss score
A native of South Bend, Indiana, and rate shortstop, Alf Anderson. An-
high national ranking a sea- worthy of their sixth place rating
and a former director of high son record of seven wins and two derson paced the NAS horsehld- among the nation's service cage-
school athletics at Brewster, New losses. A little later on, Dick Fisher ers in 1911. '
York, Lieutenant Geesman will of Ohio State fame came aboardour The aforementioned sextet are men.One
of the Fliers Guard Ned
staff at Ohio ,
join the coaching NAS, and proceeded to smash Just a few of the stars who have Staitz, was chosen All-Tourna-

Wesleyan University.4 opposing elevens with the great shone here, but we'll have to leave ment player, when the Judges
Flier team of 1914. On that same the rest for some rainy day Mean- named a five man team of best
Government EmployesPlan squad with Fisher, was Halfback while, why not get a glimpse of players. Ned played brilliantly on
Johnny Donaldson AllSoutheastern the future "name" men stationedat
the defensive throughout the tourney -
Dance March 22 back while playing with Geor- NAS right now? I may be .

gia U. Just last year. wrong, chum, but I wouldn't be a .
L Lodge 896, American Federationof Shifting to that square affair bit surprised If I saw some of you 31ADIGAN! PRO COACII
Government Employees will where human bashers display their paying heavy foldin' money in a
hold a gala St. Patrick's Day Party talents the boxing ring, we found couple of years to see such men Edward L. (Slip) Madigan, former -
and Dance at the MayflowerHotel one Bill Poland was a favorite of as basketeers Bill DeMars, and coach at St. Mary's College, <.
[ Roof Garden on Friday 22 NAS ring fans way back in '43. boxer Eddie Chyz in action. They has signed as general manager of
March. Tickets may be purchasedfrom Poland was the tenth ranking appear destined for national rec- the Los Angeles club in the pro-
lodge members or at the heavyweight in 1912 fighting such ognition, and what better place to jected All-America ProfessionalFootball
-Oh John, Ifr "-or. prominent boye as Lee Savold and start than NAS Jax? r Conference,

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