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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1946
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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).
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( 4-No. 3 28 March, 1946


Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command j
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. U S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


r Third I SHIP OUT uuu._____..._ _. _'H'M" __ "" _-"""- ..,,,.,'..,,.,., IICAt7GIIT
Ship's Service FouDIDin

:

R4 Anniversary


t t TE Will Keep Late Hours


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r O 8 .,.. Beer Garden Will Also

Serve Late MovieGoersThe

St
Ship's Service restaurant and fountain and the beer

garden will remain open daily until 2300 to accommodate late

t movie-goers and others who desire some refreshment or a

J JG bite to eat before turning in for the night, it was announced

yesterday by Lt. A. C. Abney, Ship's Service officer.
The new business hours are effective today. For the res-
'0
taurant and fountain it means ex-

. tending the closing time by three
JAX AIR NEWS hours, and for the Anchorage, an
additional hour The same service

"' I MARKS THIRDANNIVERSARY will be offered patrons during this
N extended period as prevails duringthe

.: ." p day, according to the an-

...:..,. l) nouncement.
r nr-, Extension of the operating? hoursof

R Cartoons 5how both these facilities should prove
L I At very popular with station personnel. x. ,
IN Staff Busy
Time and .time again sailors
\ Weekly Stints and WAVES stationed here have

:, .. ,, Monday the Jax Air News cele expressed their hope that some 2
brates its third anniversary and sort of refreshment spot would be
Re looks forward to its fourth year of kept in operation after the late
I IO serving both the military and civilian -
movie so they could have a snack
p here.
personnel before
retiring. Recently the Jax A
In these three action-packed, Air News' Inquiring Reporter ask- 'Sx t
R \. t* eventful years which have take ed a number of boys and gals aboutit
their places in history, this station and they all were unanimousin
'TE. newspaper has endeavored to their desire to see the fountain I r4
E.1 give its readers all the news secu remain open after theater hours. .. .
would permit, plus
\ rity measures With a place to go after the mo-
stories, r
pictures
feature
a variety of vie now, there will be no need for
jokes, and cartoons. personnel to have to leave the sta- ,
9R The Air News made its debuton tion at a late hour in search of a
1 April 1913, supplanting a sandwich, a milk shake, or some
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--26----March- 1916. ice cream. The delayed closing BY THE DIRECTIVE cancelling aircrew training for

l For three Fears In war and hour at the Anchorage makes it reservists before they had completed their schooling 301 aircrew
T peace the Jax Air News has Just the place to go for an "aftertheshow" trainees finally had their fate settled last Thursday. Radiomen and
been the chronicler of events of brew.Operation ordnancemen were sent to( their home naval districts for duty, while .
interest at NAS Jacksonville. of both places 'til 2300 mechs went to the west coast for assignment to Fleet Air Wing units.
has played an Important role In will entail additional expense. It Size of the mass exodus is indicated by the stacked seabags
maintaining morale aboard this is hoped that all hands will avail (top photo) outside the personnel office. In the lower photo, some
station.On themselves of the increased facili- of the boys crowd around to receive their station check-out cards.
Its Third Anniversary, I ties and prove that it will be a
extend congratulations to the profitable venture for Ship's Serv- Red Cross .
ice as well as a convenience for the
staff for their efforts to bring
men and women here.
you new Hpaper.!a readable and entertaining I I Drive Brings $3,147 At

P Continued cooperation is asked NAVY SEEKS 50,000
\ of all hands In making the

next than year the last.even more successful ENLISTED MEN FOR End Of Third WeekThe

A. B. BRADY,

. 5M Captain Commanding, IT. S.Officer.Navy, DUTY TO MARCH '47 1916 Fund Campaign of the American ned Cross at

NAS Jacksonville continued in low gear last week with con-
is
The Navy seeking 50,000
non-Navy publication called the volunteers from the ranks of tributions from civilian employees particularly running far
Jax Flyer which was financed pri- USNR and USN-I enlisted men behind previous years, it was announced this week by Chap
vately and accepted commercial who will remain on active duty lain Paul II. \V. Olander, executive chairman of the drive.
advertising. Since that date, it has
beyond 1 September 1916, but
been coming off the presses regu-, not longer than 1 March 1917. His progress report, which covered all contributions up
4 larly Thursday morning. -- revealed
every Monday evening
Volunteers or an rates may DO through shown in ChaplainOlander's
u During the coming year, the Jax accepted. A quota of 3,000 men I that only S3.117.30 had been turned picture as
Air News hopes to serve its read- will be sought by the Naval Air In so far on Mainside. report:
ers even better than In the past. Training Command, of which the "If you haven't been asked yet Divlilon No.Unit in Contrib-No. Fit.
The paper will contain more of the Advanced Training Command is to contribute to this great cause,, utinll'
S MAI l type of articles, stories, picturesand a part. The allotment will be contact your department representative A & R 2,66018t 18%
cartoons which you have been shared in a proportion as yet un- at once or come directly to
ill
Aviation 36 13 36
%
requesting. Emphasis will be on determined by the Advanced, the Red Cross office in Bldg. 39 Training
light breezy stories, and cartoons Basic, Reserve and Technical and turn in your money there," Executive Dept. 481 8%
that are both timely and funny. Training Commands.In Chaplain Olander urged. "Either Communications 30 25 83%
We'll try not to preach too addition 300 men will be way, your department will be cred- Inspection 0 99 75 75%
much, although when the occasion sought by the Seventh Naval ited with your contribution." Personnel Relations '
& Voca. Training 68 36 53%
warrants it, we will speak out in no District, which includes NAS Only a few more days remain 9 00
Physical Training %
uncertain terms. While the Air Jacksonville.Men before the close of the campaign
Public Works 1,343 330 24%
does not and has which is scheduled through the
News campaign requesting retention shall Supply 1,381 324 23%
R other than informing month of March. A final break-
no platform be retained on present duty un- Yard Dept. 90 22 21%
I and entertaining/ readers, It will til their services are required on down by departments will be pub- Ship's Service 315 61 12%
champion worthwhile causes and other duty. AINav 137-16 Is the lished in next week's issue of the Transportation 298 0 0%
U bring to light any legitimate authority for this new series of Jax Air News. I .
T "griper"Cartoon rulings. Here's the civilian participation

Staff Artist Bob at Jones Left has attempted NEW MESS PASSES
to lampoon members ofthe No Pigeon Fancier
staff hard at work on their BEING ISSUED FOR
..., weekly assignments in the car- THE OFFICER OP THE -
toon appearing to the left. Theyare n.\Y'S OFFICE which gets all
(top to bottom) Arthur sorts of problems dumped in its USE AFTER 1 APRIL
Greene, Y2c head of the news
N'EW' a lap had a novel one tossed at it Effective 1 April, only the new,
R staff; Lois A. Leser, Ylc, our In-
quiring Reporter; Bob Jones, Sic, this week. A Navy carrier pig serially-numbered, IBM passes will
taff cartoonist; Frank Tours, Sic, eon bearing the number 269, be honored at the Main Station
sports editor; Kay Workman, Y2c, ASF 41 on its leg band was Galley and WAVES Mess Hall.
circulation; and Billy Howell, S2c, bought in by the Shore Patrol The new cards, are now being
distribution. Naturally, we cut a Sunday. On Tuesday its base distributed to( all personnel author-
figurative cake. (Commissary was still unknown, and the pig- ized to subsist aboard the stationon
Dept: Please note. Even newspaper eon strutted around in an or- the general mess. When a per-
people get hungry). ange crate in the office. Lt. J. son changes to a commuted ra
Cartoonist Bob Jones
Our thanks go to all the departments V. Slade, who's trying to figure tions status or is transferred, his
and people who have made out what to do with the lost pass will be taken up and destroyed. *
Depicts Air. News the: paper possible through their bird in the*photo (left), said it .
cooperation and support. To them, had been put on bread' and wa- Penalty for loss of the new mesa
Staff At Work ((1 1)) and to our readers, we pledge an ter for an indefinite period for hall pass will be the same as that
ven; better Air News during 1916. being AWOL. for loss of an I.D. or liberty car

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. DECORATED. BY ADMIRALRECOGNITION New AINav Clarifies


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:!
f( Extension Of Active

"': Duty For Officers

--, \ ,

'", 'J < "' Agreement to remain on active
duty by male reserve ..nd.WAVE
officers under provisions of AINav
>
,, ">"". ...., ,,, ":' 395-45 are not affected by AINav
"
.
". 126-46 or AlStaCon 14455 of
March, 1946, according to AINav j 1a
'\
135-46 received here this week. I
Such agreements regardless of
I length or promotion, will be ter-

minated on or before 1 September
1946, but need not be terminated 'sot
on 30 June 1946 as has been im-
I plied from the two directives.

I I' The clarifying AINav repeats
that retention for lesser periods + a.

1 I I (not until 1 July 1947)) will be approved -
in certain cases where the
officer concerned is engaged in
I. completing a specific assignmentsuch t

as contract termination or
h K surplus property disposal. Inquiring Reporter

q.Yy Those submitting requests for
retention until 1 July 1947, or untila 'I
specific assignment is completedwill Seeks Answer to Burning

be retained in accordance with

their approved agreement for the
stipulated period without benefit of Question at Big DanceBy

right or privilege of earlier release .
'n -ior--WAVES in Lois A. Leser Ylc
for outstanding services was won Saturday by except AS ,
these six officers and men, when Rear Admiral Ralph Davison, AIStaCon 14455. Requests must be "To Swing or Not To Swing" was the question upper-

CNAATC, presented them with a variety of awards. Captain Francis forwarded to. 1946.the bureau not later most in the mind of the Inquiring Reporter as she journeyeddown

L. Albert, (left), senior chaplain at NAS, was awarded the Legion than 1 April a. to Mainside to the Glen Gray dance last Friday night.

of Merit for "exceptionally meritorious conduct" as fleet chaplain The four pictured above took time out from their
on the staff of Commander Seventh Fleet, from January to August Rail Reservations hep-cats
1945. Carl H. Potter, ACM, Leonard C. Graham, AMlc, and JosephA. "svungin and swayin' to venture an opinion (reading from

G. Dupius, AM2c (reading 1 to r, in order) were awarded the May Be Made For left to right) as to the type of music they like best.

Presidential Unit Citation for action while atached to the First Dependents at NAS i ANN CHICK..' SDIl2c.(( ) .. East- -
Marine Division Reinforced during the hectic days of the Solomons p l; ne.hl .

campaign in late 1942. Kenneth B. Oyler, ACM (second from right), A simple! method of making rail Hospital [ "I'll take my music sweet and

won the Presidential Unit Citation as a member of the CVE task travel reservations, especially low-,1 particularly like Guy LornI -

unit caught off Samar by a powerfudl Jap task force on 25 October adapted to the needs of service I bardo. Any orchestra that can play
1944, during the Second battle of the Philippine Sea. Samuel J. personnel with dependents and ci- Chatter rhumbas or tangoes is OK with

Spill, AMMlc (right), won the Navy Unit Commendation as member vhansels available at NAS. I me. The bands they've had lately)

of VPB-20, which saw action in late 1944 and 1945. According to Mr. Lynn Williamson Promotions were the order of the I have been swell to dance to-that

ACL passenger agent, whose day as far as the Nurse Corps was is, all but George Paxton."

office is in Build'g 451, Phone concerned. Fourteen of our hospi- NICK DE LEO, AMM3c, Chicago -
Believe It?
Would You 8966, reservations may now be tal nurses jumped in rank. The Illinois.

made longer than 14 days in ad- following were promoted from Lt. "I'll take my music along the ...

vance. He also said that military (Jg) to Lt.: Olive G. Nelson, Gertrude Tommy Dorsey brand he can
Frontless Dresses Next personnel, traveling under orders : R. Kapinus, and June H. play it sweet or hot. From what

or on leave, may arrange through Thompson. From Ensign to Lt. I I've seen of the bands who play

By Loin A. Leer, Tie him to get reservations for their (Jg): Norma R. Duncan Jean E. here at Malnsjde they are really

This cock-eyed world! What'll someone think, of next? dependents in the same coach or Mesher, Laura E. Hurt, Bess L. J. ok."

A, trend started when Adams and Eve ate an apple in the GardenA Pullman. Johnson, Marion K. Fitzgerald EdIth I LUCILLE STANKE SKD2c,
trend started when Adam and Eve ate an apple in the Garden Military personnel traveling W. Campbell, Deborah Hilburn, Eagle Lake, :Minn.

even we moderns will raise an eyebrow as the new lengths to which alone may secure reservations out Angeline A. Mazzucco, Lucille A. I "It all depends on the kind ofa

fashion designers are going as reported by Camp Newspaper Service. of space allotted to military per- McLaughlin Kate Peacok and Lucille partner I have. If it's jitterbug

Girls with bare bosoms and front-less evening gowns-that 1 is the sonnel tatlnn by TJlHo41 calling Central Phone Trans-8899. A. Sullivan, Lt. (jg) Margaret I style and the fellow can't dance,

breathless fashion news!!! Whata per ""V'e."v-' M. CUmmings (NC) was detached I that's my choice. The same applies

Commercial place women's formal finery the idea at all as she protested, "I from USNH Jax and proceeded to the sweet and slow t'pethe
to USNH Chelsea, Mass., bands that have here -
without even a'wisp of covering just got over one cold. Actress played recently
across the front will have in the Jane Greer tried the fashion (with for duty. have done a swell job of
Bulletin post-war world! just a little chiffon over her bosom e5 mixing up all kinds."

) and said, "It' pretty revolu- Softball team MARTIN KLIMKO, Sic, Cleve
WAVES
Bulletin will .be accepted .alil space I. "Take it off, take it off! will USNH Ohio.
..m.... Eat HIV be the theme of milady's evening tionary. Might be all right for got under way with practices last land.
warm-blooded girls but look, "Make mine awing right from
FOR SALE creations if dress designer Rente week. Some twenty girls are out
the start. This is a modern
Pre-war Wdroom! and living; room furni of Hollywood is correct in her pre- goose-pimples! to make the teanf and are looking "age
ture. Lt. Hender on, 2528 Buyview\ Lake dictions. Movie Starlet Jane Russell of forward to resuming the last'ear' and it calls for modern music.
Shore. "The Outlaw who is a pet custo- Also Interviewed, but not shown
,
1 iiorUblc phonograph, 15,00.\ in good ......- Rente literally wanted to get battles with the malnside in the pix were the following:
dition. 1140 Ingleiide Av*., or call Emily something off her chest so she mer of Renie, slightly favors bare girls. It's, a little early to offer
DOLLY LYNCH
Ext. 624. bosoms and no front in future Jacksonville)
Freer made the odds, but at least we can issue a
4 room of furniture including cabinet radio following prediction ;owns. She says, "After all, the !! .
curtain*, run, cooking utensils and we quote: "The emphasis on corner wolves stopped leering at challenge- Fla.I'll take the good old-fashoned
fiOO complete. Will be available 15 Ap will result
femininity soon in
ril. 1271 Cumberland Rd. call after 6 ankles when girls started wearing jazz-the kind Marty Malnlck usedto
P. M. week day. transparent covering of the bosom knee-length skirts. With no-bosom Grab that lady by the wrist play. They don't play music like
S rooms of furniture. Mm. E. Hoffman.Welfare. for cocktail and evening clothes, I could Around the next with a grapevinetwist
gowns, maybe now get a that any more. Some of the bandsthey've
Ext. 8921. or see furniture at and complete exposure in some In- I
1137A Allegheny NAS. little peace and quiet. Buxom had at Mainside lately
'41 Palace custom-built trailer located 8 stances. UNQUOTE. Need we bouncing Betty Hutton summed up Back to the center with a whoa I have been swell although they
mile from main irate lit Timuquana say more? I the discussion as! she gasped, I. Haw, Gee; don't have that certain pickupthat

Trailer Kooaevelt Court Highway on Timuquana, 24', ...ith Road tandem off Paulette Goddard didn't take to "Who's gonna be first?" A good old square dance, Yes I I like."

._...L..._..._..'.._. r.veto 1 a bra k es. me tai '.op. rl- -- Siree!! CHARLES DAVIS, S2c, St. Louis -
bed 11*50. DID YOU SAY "NYLONS"
trio refrigerator permanent Ext P4J6 I And don't forget it!! Tonight at Mo.
Lt. Harold Strnwhorn
Argus camera, .15 mm. candid "10. Lt. nI 1930 in the rec hall at Ship's Service "I'll take any kind of music that
omdr. Drew' Martin Legal Office Ext. ___ T come early and get into the there is. My favorite among lead-
678. of it. ers in the music world is Frankie
2-8 iirce, bedroom! suite, 1-3 pier. living I 'i swing Carle and his arrangements."
nuite. E. E. Kenny 122SBHanccxk '
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room I
_
a 2 auiU. of St.officers, NAS. white*. use 89 n'('k II : A delightful concert was given ,I Calif.ROBERT BIRD S2c, Pomona

Lt. Thorns*. Ext. 268. by Mischa Elman last Wednesdayin I "The kind of music I like de- .
Bunk bed kitchen act chest of drawer ) the auditorium at the Ship's
1341 Cumberland Koad. pends on the kind of mood I'm in.
Service Watch Red Cross
Lincoln Zephyr, '41, 5 pood tires, rood building. Give me Tommy Dorsey for any
nhape, and clean; Wish to sell equity 1 4 announcements of future pro and all kinds. I think the bands
(hief Cramer, Ext. 8831) or call at grams.
NATTC Range that have played here lately have
Five-tube Zenith table radio, excellent eon.diiton. e mi been swell"
R. C. Walker Ext. 319. That bus load of patients who DENNIS VIEIRA, Sic, New
Two wicker baailnettet, folding legs, handle went over to Mainside last weekto Bedford Mass.
*. Ivory with blue trim. 15.00 each.
Keegan, 4649 Pinewood Road. Phone hear Glenn Gray are still hum- "Jazz is the stuff. For a favor
26598.Remington. ming the tunes and still talking ite orchestra, I'll take Glen Gray.
portable typewriter, I2S, and i iT about how band that
y good a was. I like sweet swing and that's what
baby bed (Infant to six year sire). Call
Our thanks to the Mainside wel-
thief Prince Ext. 943. he's got plenty of"
Furniture: 2 double beda, ,...h.t of draw- fare office for reserving that space I --- -- ----
en, divan base rocking chair, overstuffed for the patients.! I the beach swimming and relaxing)
chair and breakfast set 5219 Colonial in the
f sun. Good duty!!
Ave., Lake Shore. H. Ci. Bergenholtt. "! .
That last USO show. was really
York Weight Lifting net consisting of Want to see some red faces? ? ?
(It lb. a.M>rted. weight, head year. Con. something. The audience Just did- Ask the of WAVES who got
tact MAA Bki. 55, NATTC J. H. Kohn. n't want that program to stop. If group
off the train at Daytona Beach
LOST
missed the feature attractionyou
Brown billfold I.IX and liberty cards In you why they didn't get off at St. Augustine -
still hear the
It. Reward '50. Crane. W. J.. JiM IC', can : corpsmen ? ? That's where they headedfor
I WAVES, and patients talking
Hrkn. 907 Ext. 865. T
and that's what their tickets
WANTED about It A man with one leg who
36.3* Mode aedan. in (INN! condition could make a plain ordinary read. Ellen Wigglesworth, PhMlc,
CASH. See Holbreck,, KV2c;: Ext. 672 U.t cle do everything except sit up blt'Y-1 could probably answer that one.

or 8602. vicinity 13 14 of talk. Look out for the date t.
Ride to (hlcago or or The corpsmen have decided that,
April. Will help share expenses and assist next show, and come early to '
In driving timer A. 1-olsom, Shop a seat in their minds, the best job on the
712. Tel. 1.9638. e e base would be the one set up just
MISCELLANEOUS last week. Remember the "censor1
Former personnel of the USS ESSEX Last week's Spring Dance was job" ? ? The fellow who looks at
1'V9)t' ) The Saga of the E..... K pictorinl really a good one. The welfare
history of your ahlp'a war cruise all the pictures, of all the place,
ii I being publUbed\ at a sort. of $5.75 a office extends thanks to all those and all the persons, taken on the
order and who helped make it a success. The
copy. Send heck or money base? The corpsmen have one stip-
your home KddreM to Essex El lor. USS decorating committee and the food ulation
Essex. Naval Station, Seattle, 99, W.mhIngton. committee both did grand jobs. though on the back of
I each picture of any girl, or groupof
a Bobby Ringer, from the welfare girls, turned in there should be
Genius In.The Bug House ". office, gets a hand too for all the both names and addresses.

Detroit (SEA-An insane man Tilt \\OKI \VKJsT: around last Tuesday that there were nylonsin time and effort she spent. .

in Wayne County General Hospi- the WAVES Uniform Shop and the above picture shows the result Grabs Cab-Cop* Nab

tal' psychiatric ward was pro- No-there weren't any left over. The check-off system is used Fun to watch the patients piling Oklahoma City (SEA-A young
nounced a "genius" by a prominent and nO.gl.-l! will be alk wed to purchase a second pair until each one Into the Red Cross Bus and tak- woman who was held by police for

musician.-after the patient had ,I attached to the station has gotten her allotment. Twllah Reeb, Y2c, ing off on their beach trips. They stealing a taxi explained that she ,

completed a piano recital of Cho- inset), of Sperry, Iowa, couldn't resist trying on her hose to see are a grand Idea-and who would- got tired o{ waiting for the driver

pin, Mozart and Beethoven how they ,looked. Pretty sharp-don't you agree? n't feel better after, a nice day at and simply drove off without him.



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28 March, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


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SWELL BliND.
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_____ The warmest reception ever given a dance band at
\ NAS Jacksonville greeted Glen Gray and the Casa

o. Loma Orchestra last week end. Scoring a tremendous
J
hit, the boys played for matinees on Friday and Satur
"
day, for a Crew's Dance Friday night, and for a party

b''Jp4 at the Officers' Club Saturday. Part of the huge crowd

that turned out to hear and dance to the music of

the famous outfit at Malnside Auditorium Friday nightis
I
MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
shown below. Glen Gray himself is shown steppingfrom

the plane here Thursday afternoon at the upper THURSDAY
left. "THROW A SADDLE ON A STAR," with Ken Curtis. Shows at
130017302000.
{ ;

a.' __n"___",,,...._.__....__.__.. FRIDAY
I ,q yXd; yJJ "TALK ABOUT A LADY," starring Jinx Falkenberg. Shows at

;J ;wL 1300-1730-2000.

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

Ii. "POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE," featuring Lana Turner
Shows at 1300-1730-2000 on Saturday, and 1130-1730-2000 on Sunday.


:j ji 1 "TARZAN AND THE LEOPARD MONDAY WOMAN," with Johnny Weiss-

jr muller. Shows at 1300-1730-2000.

i I w TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

r "DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID," starring Paulette Goddard.
Shows at 130017302000.

Baseball, Wednesday, Mason Field, NAS vs, University of Florida.
'
r
rw THURSDAY

"HOME IN INDIANA," starring Walter Brennan. Shows at 1300-
1730-2000. '


STUDENT OFFICERS

!
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
"SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY," with Maureen O'Hara and John
I
sri r. Payne. Show at 2000 only.

SATURDAY
,
\ i "SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS," with Carmen Miranda. Showat
2000 only.
r
SUND\Y
TALK ABOUT A LADY," starring Jinx Falkenberg. Show at
2000 only.
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New Comic StripWelfare MONDAY AND TUESDAY
"POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE," with Lana Turner. Showat

\ Offers $25 Bond 2000 only. WEDNESDAY .

"TARZAN AND THE LEOPARD WOMAN," featuring Johnny
For Best Name Submitted SALTY HUMOR FROM Weissmuller. Show at 2000 only.

By Arthur Greene, Y2c HERE ". THURSDAY ,
AND
THERE
This week, on its third anniversary, the Jax Air News "DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID," starring Paulette Goddard.

brings its readers a new feature-and a chance to win a $25 Bachelor's Baby Show at 2000 only.

Savings Bond as well. Another difference between a OTHER EVENTS
The feature is a cartoon strip by Bob Jones, staff artist, married man and, a bachelor is that
bond is donated the when a bachelor walks the floor
printed below. The savings a prize by
with a baby, he U dancing. HOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
Welfare Department for the best name submitted for the No. 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100( Monday through Saturdayand
strip.( Honest Raise? 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointmentonly.

We felt that drawing the car :: New Steno: "Well, at last I've .

toon was enough work for Jones, j I YI got Old a raise Steno in: salary" ?" SWIMMING! Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
and didn't want to give him the "Honestly 18002100. Outdoor schedule, Mon.-Fri.! 0800-1900. Sat. 10001900. Sun.
I N. S.: "Oh, don't be so inquislttve 12001900.
additional job of naming it, too. ."

Thereat of the staff was just too Again!? BOXING-For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. A.
darn lazy to figure out a good "Gosh, you have a lovely figure J. Riibino, extension 593; or report to Malnside Mat after 1500.
"Oh let's not go all over that
name. So we decided to let the again" GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
readers do It, (Of course, if Welfare By 1.015.l..eloler, Ylc and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt clubs and balls are available at Golf

had offered us a $25 bond, we I "The Word" really went around Who Would House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

could have made 100 suggestions the base fast last'Tuesday when it Mark Anthony made two famous 4\NCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
L\: the first day), I I came out that Ship's Service had speeches. One was at Cae- cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
I ... All you have to do Is jot down i i NYLONS for sale. In no time at sar's grave when he said, "I came" Field.
on a of the following: to bury Caesar, not to praise him
paper
scrap
all line and
a formed girls: were
I I The other was at Cleopatra's tent TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training -
"I suggest that the new cartoon anxiously discussing whether or
at midnight when he said, "I didn'tcome Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
be called __ _. not would out before
strip -- -- -1 I they run they here to talk." Yorktown Roads).
Be sure to sign your name rate, were finally issued their pair. i -- -
and department legibly, and sendin I The job of dispensing this precious stand a chance. RECEPTION CE1\"TElt-The Reception Center, located In south
Yard Mall to JAX AIR NEWS, I purchase was done by Lt. If you get a yearning for a sizzling wing of Building No. 955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
Box 2. The contest closes at 1630, Comdr. Tribble and Lt (jg) Julia hamburger, just smothered in from 1000 to 2200 dally
Monday, 8 April, and the winner Hunt, Ship Service Officer. According onions and all the trimmings, takea
will be announced in the 11 April to Miss Hunt, the hose sold chance at cooking your own at LIBRARY Located on second deck of Malnside Recreation .
Air News. will the the Building No. 3. Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Friday. From
issue of the Judges Tuesday was largest single hamburger fry that takes place
be announced next week, and their shipment received aboard the sta each Tuesday night in the WAVES 0800 to 1630 'Saturday and from 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.

decision will be final. tion at any time and met the demands picnic area Welfare provides all VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON, TOUCII FOOTBALL cer per-
To help contestants name the I of almost all the WAVES the necessary essE'ntials-all you sonnel previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requestedto
cartoon, Jones said, "You know who had not gotten their allot have to do is make your own and
meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.
how far a wolf can get in Jackson- ments. More will be coming in then then keep an eagle eye on it whileit
vUle. (We know, don't we 1)) Well, ar future, so take heart, gals, is cooking. Believe me, mate I ATIII.ETIO GEAR Available in gear .Issue room, Building 3,
this character isn't going to have those of you who didn't succeedin they really hit the spot when you lower deck.
any better luck than we've had" getting. your pair. You still[ I are looking for some good chow.
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. DECORATED. BY ADMIRAL New AINav Clarifies


Extension Of Active aPInquiring


/ :; Duty For Officers


:" Agreement to remain on active
i4 duty by male reserve and WAVE .
officers under provisions of AINav

,' ,-..'... ,, ,. 395-45: are not affected by AINav
.
I 126-46 or AIStaCon 14455: : of

March, 1946, according to AINav
I\.. 135-46: received, here this week. S
I Such agreements, regardless of
length or promotion, will be terminated .
on or before 1 September
3 1946, but need not be terminated
on 30 June 1946 as has been im
I plied from the two directives.
I The clarifying AINav repeats
I
that retention for lesser periods

(not until 1 July 1947)) will be approved .
in certain cases where the
officer concerned is engaged in
completing a specific assignmentsuch t
as contract termination or
surplus property disposal. Reporter
fly Those submitting requests for
Sr retention until 1 July 1947, or untila
specific assignment is completedwill Seeks Answer to Burning

be retained in accordance with I
their approved agreement for the
stipulated period without benefit of Question at Big DanceBy

right or privilege of earlier release, !
WAVES in Lois A. Leser Ylc '
for
noted
RECOGNITION for services except as ,
outstanding wu won Saturday by
these six officers and men, when Rear Admiral Ralph Davison, AIStaCon 14455.: : Requests must be "To Swing or Not To Swing" was the question upper-

CNAATC, presented them with a variety of awards. Captain FrancisL. forwarded to' 1946.the bureau not later most in the mind of the Inquiring Reporter; as she journeyeddown I I

Albert, (left), senior chaplain at NAS, was awarded the Legionof than 1 Aoril .. to Mainside to the Glen Gray dance last Friday night.

Merit for "exceptionally meritorious conduct" as fleet chaplainon The four pictured above took time out from their !
the staff of Commander Seventh Fleet, from January to August Roil Reservations hep-cats
1945. Carl H. Potter, ACM, Leonard C. Graham, AMlc, and JosephA. 'svungin' and swayin' to venture an opinion (reading from j

G. Dupius AM2c (reading 1 to r, in order) were awarded the May De Made For left to right) as to the type of music. .they.)like best.

Presidential Unit Citation for action while atached to the First Dependents at NASA Al'il'itun: : SpI)2c\ ) : Ea1't
Marine Division, Reinforced, during the hectic days of the Solomons Palestine, Ohio.
campaign in late 1942. Kenneth B. Oyler, ACM (second from right), simple method of making rail T Hospital I "I'll take my music sweet and '
won the Presidential Unit Citation as a member of the CVE task travel reservations especially low -.I particularly like Guy Lom- ;
unit caught off Samar by a powerfudl Jap task force on 25 October adapted to the needs of service bardo. Any orchestra that can play I
1944, during the Second battle of the Philippine Sea. Samuel J. I personnel with dependents and civilians Chatter I rhumbas or tangoes is OK with I II ?

Spine, AMMlc (right), won the Navy Unit Commendation as member ,'I. available at NAS. I me. The bands they've had lately i

of VPB-20, which saw action in late 1944 and 1945. According to Mr. Lynn William- Promotions, were thp order of the I have been swell to dance to-that I

---- eon, ACL passenger agent, whose day as far as the Nurse; Corps-was is, all but George Paxton..

office is in Build g 451: Phone concerned. Fourteen of our hospital NICK DE LEO, AMMSc, Chi. ,
Would You Believe It? 8966, reservations may now be nurses jumped in rank. The cago Illinois '.

made longer than 14 days in ad following were promoted from Lt. "I'll take my music along the ,

vance. He also said that military (jg) to Lt. Olive G. Nelson, Gertrude Tommy Dorsey brand he can
Frontless Dresses Next personnel, traveling under ordersor R. Kapinus, and June H. play it sweet or hot. From what 1

on leave, may arrange throughhim Thompson. From Ensign to Lt. I've seen of the bands who play ,
Lois A. Lever Ylc to get reservations for their here at are really
By (jg) : Norma R. Duncan. Jean E. Malnsjde they
This cock-eyed world! What'll someone think of next? dependents in the same coach or Mesher, Laura E. Hurt, Bess L. J. ok."

A trend started when Adams and Eve ate an apple in the GardenA Pullman. Johnson, Marion K. Fitzgerald, EdIth LUCILLE STANKE, SKD2c
trend started when Adam and Eve ate an apple in the Garden Military personnel traveling W. Campbell, Deborah Hilburn, Eagle Lake, Minn.
even we moderns will raise an eyebrow as the new lengths to which alone may secure reservations out Angeline A, Mazzucco, Lucille A. "It all depends on the kind ofa
fashion designers are going as reported by Camp Newspaper Service. of space allotted to military per- McLaughlin, Kate Peacok and Lucille partner I have. If it's jitterbug

Girls with bare bosoms and front-less evening gowns-that is the sonnel by calling Central Trans- A. Sullivan, Lt. (jg) Margaret ; style and the fellow can't dance,
breathless fashion news!!! Whata portation, Bldg. 451, Phone 8822. M. Cummings (NC) was detached that's my choice. The same applies '

Commercial place Women's formal finery the idea at all as she protested, "I from USNH Jax and proceeded I to the sweet and slow tjpe--the i I

without even a 'wisp of covering I just got over one cold." Actress to USNH Chelsea, :Mass, I bands that have played here recently -

across the front will have in the Jane Greer tried the fashion (with for duty. have done a swell job of
Bulletin post-war world! just a little chiffon over her bosom I mixing up all kinds."

Bulletins will W areepted| until spare .. "Take it off, take it off!" will ) and said "It's pretty revolu- : USNH WAVES softball! team MARTIN Ohio. KLIMKO, Sic, Cleve-
land.
Filled. EmU MJ. be the theme of milady's evening tlona ry. Might be all right for got under way with practices last
warm-blooded girls but look, "Make mine awing right from
out
FOR SALESPrewar creations if dress designer Renie week. Some twenty girls are
I the start. This is a modern
bedroom and livingroom furnitur of Hollywood is correct in her pre goose-pimples! to make the teanf and are looking "age
*. Lt. Hendcrton, 2528 Buyvieir, Lake dictions. Movie Starlet Jane Russell of forward to resuming the lastyear' and it calls for modern music..
Shore. "The Outlaw who is a pet customer Also interviewed, but not shownin
battles with the malnside
13.00, In rood Rente literally wanted to !
phonograph con
1 portable get the pix were the following:
of Rente favors bare
slightly
Ave., call Em. It's a little early to offer
girls.
dition. 1140 Inkrlei or : something off her chest, so she I DOLLY LYNCH Jacksonville
,
bosoms and front in future
fly Freer Ext. 624. made the no odds but at least we can issue a
4 rooms: of furniture including; cabinet ra- following prediction gowns. She says, "After all, the !! Fla.
dio, curtain, rugs, corking uteniil, and we quote: "The emphasis on [ corner wolves stopped leering at challenge I'll take the good old-fashoned
I complete Will be available It Ap
$200 femininity will soon result in I II
ril. 1271 Cumberland Rd., cull after & ankles when girls started wearing I' jazz-the kind Marty Malnlck usedto
P. M. week. day. transparent covering of the bosom knee-length skirts. With no-bosom Grab that lady by the wrist! play. They don't play music like
j.f furniture. Wm. E. Hoffman. for cocktail and evening clothes, I Around the next with a grapevinetwist
8 room gowns, maybe now I could get a that any more. Some of the bandsthey've
welfare Ext. 1)921. or see furniture at and complete exposure in some in "
little peace and quiet. Buxom had at Mainside lately
NAS.
1187A Allegheny I
'41 Palace custom-built trailer, located! 8 stances. UNQUOTE. Need we bouncing Betty Hutton summed up: Back to the center with a whoa, I have been swell although they
mile from main irate at Tlmuquana say more ? the discussion as she gasped, Haw, Gee; don't have that certain pickupthat
Trailer Court on Timuquana Road, off Paulette Goddard didn't take to "Who's be first?" "
gonna A good old dance Yes I like.
Roosevelt Hillhw..,. 24'. with tandem I square
wheel, electric brakes, metal top. electric I Siree!! CHARLES DAVIS S2c St. Lout -

Harold refrigerator Straa'horn, permanent. Ext F48C bed (1850If i DID YOU SAY "NYLONS"? _== I And don't forget it!! Tonight al is, .

Argus: ; camera: 35 mm:' candid; $10. Lt.I I 1930 in the rec hall at Ship's Serv- "I'll take any kind of music that
tomdr. Drew" Martin. Legal! Office Ext, ice, come early and get into the there is. My favorite among leaders -
78. in the music world Is Frankie
of it.
2-8 piece bedroom *uit., 1-3 piece> living I swing Carle and his arrangements."
room suite. E. E. Kenny 12238'HII'" a f
a ROBERT BIRD S2c, Pomona
cock St., NAS.
A delightful concert was givenby
2 suits of officer whites. sine 89. neck 16 Calif.
Lt. Thoma. Ext. 8268. I Mischa Elman last Wednesdayin I "The kind of music I like de- .
Bunk bed kitchen set. cheat of drawer. the auditorium at the Ship's
1341 Cumberland Rood pends on the kind of mood I'm in.
Service Watch Red Cross
Lincoln Zephyr' ', 5 good l tire, good I building. Give me Tommy Dorsey for any
4.1.
vhape, and clean' wins" to sell equity, announcements of future programs I and all kinds. think the bands
Chief Cramer Ext. C35> or call at .
NATTC Range a that have played here lately have
Five-tub Zenith table radio excellent eon y a za been swell."
Union. R. C. Walker, Ext. 839. That bus load patients who DENNIS VIEIRA, Sic, New
Two wicker baaclnettea, folding legs han went over to Mainside last weekto
dl.... Ivory with blue trim. IS,00 eachKwnun Bedford Mass.
4649 Pinewood Road. Phone hear Glenn Gray are still hum "Jazz is the stuff. For a favor-
2-8 roD 8. ming the tunes, and still talking ite orchestra, I'll take Glen Gray.I .
Remington portable typewriter, 125 and about how good a band that was. like sweet swing and that's what
baby bed Infant to nx year lia*). Call
Our thanks to the Mainside welfare
Chief Prince Ext. f 943. he's got plenty of."
Furniture 2 double bed. ....b.t of drawen. office for reserving that space I __ __ __ __
divan base rocking chair overatuff for the patients.: I the beach swimming and relaxingIn
ed chair and breakfast a..t. Mlft Colonial the sun. Good duty!!
Ave.. Lake Shore H. G. Bergen
holti. That last USO show was 4!
York Weight Lifting set consisting of really Want to see some red faces ? ? ?
819 Ib. aaaorted weifht head year Con something. The audience just did- Ask the of WAVES who got
Wt MAA Bki. 55. NATTC..7. H. Kohn. n't want that program to stop. If group
off the train at Daytona Beach
IX>
STlBrown missed the feature attractionyou
billfold. 1.0. and liberty carda In you why they didn't get off at St. Augustine -
still hear the
It. Reward 150. Crane. W. J.. BMIc. can : corpsmen ? ? That's where they headedfor
Brk. 907, Ext. 8(5 WAVES, and patients talking
and that's what their tickets
WANTED: P about It. A man with one leg who ,
36.M Model iwdan in (r.n..1 I condition; could make a plain ordinary bicycle read. Ellen Wigglesworth PhMlc
CASH. bee Holbreck SKV2c, Ext 672 do everything except sit up and I could probably answer that one.

Rule or 1I6It.to ('hlr RO or vicinity, 18 or 14 of talk. Look out for the date on the The corpsmen-have+ decided that, f.
April. Will help share expense and assist > next show and come early to geta
in their minds the best the
in driving Elmer A. .'ol.om.Oho seat job on
71%, Tel. }.963 a base would be the one set up just
MISCELLANEOUS last week. Remember the "censor1
l-'ortner personnel of the USS ESSEX Last week's Spring Dance was : job"? ? The fellow who looks at

torial(KV9h)history The Sacra of your of the htp'i K.w war... K cruiseIs pie really a good one. The welfare I all the pictures, of all the place,
office extends thanks to all those
being rublutbed at a c *t of $5.75 a and all the persons, taken on the
copy. Send check or money order and who helped make it a success. The base? The corpsmen have one stip-
your borne address to Eaaex Eltor USS decorating committee and the food ulation
the back of
Eaaex, Naval (station, Seattle, 99, Waoh- committee both did grand jobs. though on
Ington. each picture of any girl, or groupof
l' Bobby Ringer from the welfare girls, turned in there should be
Genius In.The Huff Iloue office, gets a hand too for all the both names and addresses.
Detroit (SEA-An) insane man -TllIo: UORD WENT around last Tuesday that there were nylons time: and effort she spent. .

in Wayne County General Hospi in the WAVES Uniform Shop and the above picture shows the re- Grabs Cab- op Nab
tal's psychiatric ward was pro- sult. No-there weren't any left over. The check-off system Is used Fun to watch the patients piling Oklahoma City (SEA)-A young
nounced a "genius" by a prominent and no.glflwill be allqwed to purchase a second pair until each one into the Red Cross Bus and taking I woman who was held by police for
musician--after the patient had attached to the station has gotten her allotment. Twilah Reeb, Y2c, off on their beach trips. Theyare stealing l( a taxi explained that she
completed a piano recital of Chopin Inset), of Sperry, Iowa, couldn't resist trying on her hose to see a grand Idea-and who would- got tired o{ waiting for the driver e

:Mozart and Beethoven. how they looked. Pretty eharj*--don't you agree? n't feel better after, a nice day at : and simply drove off without him.



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28 March, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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The warmest reception ever given a dance band at 11
.
I NAS Jacksonville greeted Glen Gray and the Casa

Loma Orchestra last week end. Scoring a tremendoushit
1I 1- >1
Ra the boys played for matinees on Friday and Satur- '

day, for a Crew's Dance Friday night, and for a party I

at the Officers' Club Saturday. Part of the huge crowd
i II I -
1r that turned out to hear and danee to the music of __

.. the famous outfit at Matnslde Auditorium Friday nightis
I MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
shown below. Glen Gray himself is shown steppingfrom

the plane here Thursday afternoon at the upper TIIUKSDAY '
left. "THROW A SADDLE ON A STAR," with Ken CurtIs. Shows at
1300-1730-2000.

FRIDAY
I en p e, "TALK ABOUT A LADY," starring Jinx Falkenberg. Shows at
130017302000.
I
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
; "POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE," featuring Lana Turner.
Shows at 1300-1730-2000 on Saturday, and 11301730-2000 on Sunday.


9 l "TARZAN AND THE LEOPARD MONDAY WOMAN," with Johnny Weiss.
muller. Shows at 130017302000.

TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

"DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID," starring Paulette Goddard.
IVu Shows at 130017302000.
Baseball, Wednesday, Mason Field, NAS vs. University of Florida.

di ra THURSDAY

"HOME IN INDIANA," starring Walter Brennan. Shows at 1300-
1730-2000. '
/
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Ij STUDENT OFFICERS
j
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THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
,4 "SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY," with Maureen O'Hara and John
s'i S Payne. Show at 2000 only.

: SATURDAY
i c: .y "SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS," with Carmen Miranda. Showat
2000 only.

SUNDAY
'TALK ABOUT A LADY," starring Jinx Falkenberg. Show at
M ( .. 2000 only.
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Now Comic StripWelfare I MONDAY AND TUM DAY
"POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE," with Lana Turner Showat

I Offers $25 Bond 2000 only. WEDNESDAY .

"TARZAN AND THE LEOPARD WOMAN. ," featuring Johnny
: For Best Name Submitted SALTY HUMOR FROM Weissmuller. Show at 2000 only.

By Arthur Greene, Y2c HERE AND THERE THURSDAY
This week, on its third anniversary the Jax Air News "DIARY OF A CHAMBERMAID," starring Paulette Goddard.

brings) its readers a new feature-and a chance to win a $25 Bachelor's Baby Show at 2000 only.

Savings Bond as well. Another difference between a OTHER EVENTS
The feature is a cartoon strip by Bob Jones, staff artist, married man and a bachelor Is that
bond is donated the when a bachelor walks the floor
printed below. The savings a prize by
with a baby, he is dancing. HOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
Welfare Department for the best name submitted for the No 3. Alleys ate open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturdayand
strip. Honest Raise? 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointmentonly.
We felt that drawing the cap New Steno: "Well, at last I've .

toon was enough work for Jones, t got Old a raise Steno in: "Honestly'r"N salary." SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming
1800-2100. Outdoor schedule, Mon.-Fri. 0800-1900. Sat. 1000-1900. Sun.
him the
and didn't want to give
S.: "Oh, don't be so inquisitive -
additional job of naming it, too..j ." 12001900.
Thereat of the staff was just toodarn I YYprny Again?!? BOXING-For Information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. A.
lazy to figure out a good VE "Gosh, you have a lovely figure." J. Rubmo, extension :593:) ; or report to Mainside Mat after 1500.
"Oh, let's not go all over that
name. So we decided to let the again" GOLF-Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
readers do it. (Of course, if Wel fly Lois A Le er, Ylc and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt clubs and balls are available at Golf
fare had offered us a $25 bond, we "The Word" really went around Whoould* House, Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course,

could have made 100 suggestionsthe the base fast last'Tuesday when it Mark Anthony made two famous ANCHOR.\GE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
\ the first day). I I came out that Ship's Service had speeches, One was at Cae- cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
.. All you have to do is jot down I'NYLONS for sale In no time at sar's grave when he said, "I came Field.
"
on a scrap of paper the following: to bury Caesar not to praise him.
all line formed and
girls were
I a The other was at Cleopatra's tent TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training *
"I suggest that the new car" anxiously discussing whether or at midnight when he said, "I didn't Building No. 726, and also on :Mat area (corner of Mustin and
toon :strip be called----- _. i. not they would run out before they come here to talk." Yorktown Roads).
Be sure to sign your name, rate, were finally issued their pair. -- --
and department legibly, and send The job of dispensing this pre stand a chance. RECEPTION CEl\"TER-The Reception Center, located in south
in Yard Mall to JAX AIR NEWS, cious purchase was done by Lt. If you get a yearning for a siz- wing of Building No. 955, is open to N.A.S personnel and their guests
Box 2. The contest closes at 1630 Comdr, Tribble and Lt (jg) Julia zling hamburger, just smothered in from 1000 to 2200 dally.
Monday, 8 April, and the winner Hunt, Ship Service Officer. Accord- onions and all the trimmings, takea
will be announced in the 11 April Ing to Miss Hunt, the hose sold I chance at cooking your own at I.I lt.-\RY Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation
issue of the Air News. Judges will Tuesday was the largest single the hamburger fry that takes place Building No. 3. Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Friday. From
be announced next week and their 0800 to 1630 Saturday and from 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.
shipment received aboard the station each Tuesday night in the WAVES
decision will be final. at any time and met the de- picnic area. Welfare provides all VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON, TOUCH FOOTBALL-Officer per-
To help contestants name the mands of almost all the WAVES the necessary essentials-all you sonnel previously scheduled for spoils in the Auditorium are requestedto
cartoon, Jones said, "You know who had not gotten their allot have to do is make your own and meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.
how far a wolf can get in Jackson ments. More will be coming in the then keep an eagle eye on it whileit
vUle. (We know, don't we ?) Well, near future, so take heart, gals, is cooking, Believe me, mate, I ATHLETIC GEAR Available in gear .issue room, Building 3,
this character isn't going to have those of you who didn't succeedIn they really hit the spot when you lower deck. '
any better luck than we've had." getting your pair You still are looking for some good chow. '<
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If Wf\W S.!" ..1 Letters to the Editor I I WILCO oJ.I ..... t


Editorial Office To the Editor:
Office of Public Information, Room 221 I read your article in the Jax Air News in the
Administration Annex, Bldg. 051 column "Letters to the Editor," and was very surprised -
Telephone- Extension 8542LI. I didn't think a WAVE could say such a
(j|) Euten E. Speitht. USNR. Public Inlor"atlelOfllt'fr thing as she did. I think she has taken the wrong-
Th JAX AJR NEWS It published weekly at the U. S. attitude toward the average sailor. She said that
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida by the Office of she was happilly marred. Well, if someone didn't
Public information at no expense to the government and In "IIi Salty" or "H y Sugar" her she most likely
compliance with Secnav Circular ]Letter : 28 1945.
152611 May would be old maid before her I'm
distributed tree ol charge Naval Al an long time. not
fftlat.. Naval Air Technical. Training Center, the only speaking for myself but all the other fellows
Headquarter ol the Naval Air Operational Training Command who admire and respect a woman. If some swabby
Naval Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval
Air Gunner Auxiliary School the U, S. Naval Hospital and the should bother her all she would have to say is. I'm 1
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Mayport. married or I don't want to fool around. I have also t"i
been In the service one year, and I've enjoyed every
Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN, Commanding minute of it.
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
And I expect to enjoy my three years left. But
". Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. CommandingNaval I've been on this base for six months and I haven't
Air Technical Training Center seen a WAVE who couldn't look out for herself.

Captain Clarence J. Brown (MC) USN, Commanding An Enlisted Swabby.
U. S. Naval Hospital

Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USNR, Commanding
Naval Personnel Separation CenterLt.

Col. Alexander A. VandegrUt Jr., USMC, Commanding
Marine Barracks
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Commander Naval Robert Air Feddern Gunners USNR School Commanding Dews ondVieios f rcunSatkavWe

Commander Howard E. Born USN, Commanding
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field.

Commander John B. Huhn. USNR, Commanding!
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. hay"port
Do Not Hurt Only Ourselves
Capt. Marvin L. SeIdel, USMCR
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe By Chaplain Luther M. Cole

SAX AIR NEWS receives;; -Camp Newspaper Service Perhaps some of our illnesses cannot be helped. "But, Sir, I thought you said that only G.I. neckerchiefsCould
and Ship's Editorial Association material Republication Perhaps we cannot overcome the ravages of time I be worn during inspection..
cf credited matter prohibited without permission of CMS upon our physical beings. Perhaps we come unwillingly -
War Department, 205 E. 42nd St.. N.Y.C., or SEA, Wash: and unknowingly in contact with some Infec- -
Ington 25, D. C. Republication of any other matter, British Isles Open
except by service publications, Is prohibited without tious disease. Medical science will do all in its power -
permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. I to heal us whether our illnesses come throughour I BOOK SHELFIf I To Dependents 1 Apr.
negligence or unwlttin2'lv.Ma .
y-ot our ailments could- be so easily avoidedif (SEA) Dependents of naval
New Retirement Law we would give a small bit of care to the way we you like American history but personnel stationed In the United
live and character would accomplish much towardsour In small doses and well spiced with Kingdom or assigned to ships with
(Editor's Note: Following is an account of own physical welfare and longevity. We cannot interesting legends and historical home ports or yards there will be
the New Navy and :Marine Corps Retirement hope to completely escape suffering when we ignore figures, read some of the books In permitted to travel to the British
Law, signed into effect by President Truman on these simple idealisms of our religion. the Rivers of America Series They Isles beginning 1 April.
21 February. This is the second installment. In addition to our own well-being we should avoid make lively reading and you can Government transportation will
Another will appear next week). causing others to suffer. The scriptures give us the pick out just that section of the be provided dependents of personnel
An officer with 30 years' service would receive factual admonition that no one lives unto himself. country in which you are most In- in pay grade three (second
75: per cent of his base pay after he retired. This When we are careless with ourselves we bring need- terested. class petty officers) or above
would amount to $4500 a year for captains and com- less worry and inconvenience to others. Perhaps i Starting In the far west, thereis while others will travel aboardGovernment
manders. An officer with 40 years' service, however, those whom we love best will suffer most. It is like- : the story of California and of transport but must
would receive only 75 per cent of his base pay, for ly that our own wives, children, sweethearts and' the Sacramento river, which rises pay their way to and from the
75 per cent is the ceiling. Flag officers, who receiveno parents will be hurt the most by our unholy and high in the region of Shasta, and ship.Personnel
longevity credit, would be paid a flat 75: per cent ungodly way of living.It flows through forests, vineyardsand in pay grade three or
of their base pay. is also quite unfair to our employer, whether farm land to the Pacific ocean.I above should submit applicationsto
A fractional year of six or more months shall be civilian or country, when we neglect to care prop- This tale is told by Julian Dana in their commanding officers, together
considered a full year in computing the number of erly for ourselves or deliberately become fouled. We The Sacramento: River of Gold. with copies of all orders
years of service by which the rate of 2',& percent is have then cheated and have not played the game Northeastern Wyoming, which was I pertaining to assignment to their
multiplied.In I I squarely. We will cause our country to suffer when held for seventy years by the Sioux present duty. Other personnel
the discretion of the President, the retirement'. we neglect the simple rules of purity. God also suf- Indians, for a decade by the cattle should apply to their commanding
of any officer reaching the age of 62 years may be fers when we ignore His way of life. And In addi- men, then opened to farmers, and officers by letter but need not en-
deferred not later than the date he becomes 64 yearsof tion to hurting him, we destroy ourselves. Many try is today the center of the dude close copies of their orders.
age, but not more than 10 such deferred officers to break God's laws, only to be broken by them. ranch industry, is described by Approval of applications dependson
may be on the active list at any one time. By our Impurity and carelessness in our way of Maxwell Burt in Ponder River Let whether the applicant's tour of
No officer of the Marine be 'Er Buck. :Many and anec- duty will extend for at least six
Navy or Corps may living, we hurt ourselves, those whom we love best, songs
s placed upon the retired list because of the lowered our country, our God and eventually destroy our- dotes make this good reading. months after his dependents' arri-
tetirement age provided in this bill, until the first selves. There is a river which rises in val and also on whether housing it
day of the six month following the date of approval the eastern hills of Nevada and available.
i of this act, or until he reaches retirement age under wood, Asst. CNO (Personnel), reported there were disappears In Nevada's western I I .
law existing prior to the date of the act's approval, 281 flag officers of the regular Navy on active duty, desert. The story of this river and SAMURAI EXHIBIT
whichever is exclusive of 57 retired flag officers then on active those who followed its valley -
earlier.Appoint Boards duty.The Mormons, miners, soldiers, cattle BEING SHOWN BY
SecNav is authorized to appoint boards of offi- needs of the postwar Navy range from 200 men-Is told by Dale L. Morgan in
cers to consider and recommend for retirementrear to 260 flag officers, he continued, but 20 flag officers The Humboldt Highroad of the MARINE CORPS
admirals and commodores of the regular Navy will reach the new retirement age of 62 withIn West. Ancient Samurai weapons collected -
line and staff, and regular Marine Corps officers the next few months. All told, 138 naval officers The Arkansas by Clyde Brion by the Fifth Marine Division
serving In the ranks of major general and brigadier were 61'2 years of age or older at the time of Ad- Davis presents a panorama of the during its occupation of the Jap

general.At miral Hopwood's testimony.A history of Colorado and other west home island of Kyushu are on ex-
the time of his appearance before the House table submitted to the committee Indicated ern states through which the riv- hibition at Cohen Bros. Depart.
Naval Affairs Committee when the new law was there were 80 general officers in the Marine Corps, er flows. The gusty story of gold ment store in downtown Jackson-
under consideration, Rear Admiral Herbert G. Hop- while postwar plans called for 40 to 45.: and silver In the Colorado Rock-
ville.The
ies is told and the river's later display, which began yes-
Maybe This Never Happened Here! course through the Royal Gorge, terday and closes tonight, includes
the of Kansas
across plains past standard Samurai equipment as
the oil derricks of Oklahoma, well as oddities centuries old. A
through the Ozarks and into the few pieces of modern stuff used in
Mississippi is pictured. In The Missouri the war Just ended will also be- ,",_
Stanley Vestal has shown shown. .... iT\"".
the importance of the river as a Showings of the relics are being J9'
highway, a boundary, and an outpost made throughout the country priorto

...... as well as told the stories of returning them for permanent
I If. the Indians, traders, soldiers, etc. keeping in the Marine Corps Museum -
Written simply and with humor, at Quantico, Va.
The Wabash, by W E. Wilson, will
entertain not only Hoosiers but new quartette, singing Kentucky
anybody who has a liking for Am- Babe."
erican rivers and the people who The program, aired over Station
live and have lived beside them WJHP each week, is produced by
I I the Separation Center, and pre
sented at the NATTC auditorium.I'1ffTJ.
416,184 USN Men I I

On Active ServiceThe


latest AINav report on reg-
ular Navy enlistments, 131-46,
r ,. shows that as of 10 March, 1946, STATION CHAPELS
there were 416,181 enlisted in Muitln and Ilirminicrmnt
.- ::- men /Sunday 31 March 194*
active service in the
: regular Navy. Pretestant
-; : For the period 28 February 0730- -Holy Communion Chaplain B.
-.. through 10 March, there were 7- C. GiI..rt.0930NATTC.
-. .. Service-Chaplain E. W.
775 first enlistments in the regu- Andrews. .
:
;:. .. -' :- lars, 1399 men transferred to the 1045-Divine Sorvlco-Chaplain Francis
:: Lee Albert.
regular Navy from reserves and
1S15-Venper Hour Chaplain L. )I. .
= :: : inductees, and there were 813 reg- Cole
'.-. = ular Navy re-enlistments and ex- Divine Services for Colored Ptrsonnell
... -..- tensions. Since the surrender of Ja- Budding Hot
pan until 17 March, the total of 1430-Chaplain U. U. Gilbert.
Sunday Schools Small Chapel
first enlistments, change-overs to 0839-Chaplain 11. C. Gilbert,
regular Navy from reserves and Catholic

But if it did, it wouldn't be the least bit funny, despite the comic expressions of inductees extensions, ,and was re-enlistments 178,614. and 09JO 0830 0630---Mam.Man.Masi.

these imaginary firemen: During the last three months, a total of 23 false alarms I 1100-High Ma...

have been turned in on this station. One culprit has been caught and punished after turn- Musical Variety To An 1700-Ma Outdoor. Nurnery for small children

ing in an alarm from a box. Others have telephoned in their false reports. One morningthis Mark ,Broadcast Is 1200.maintained between 0930 and

month, two alarms, both false, were turned in almost simultaneously, and fire Week-day. Religious Service

trucks were crossing the same intersection at right angles. It was this incident which Musical features on the "Just Jewish Fellowship KtliKiou $Hour.Hervlc. and

the above cartoon. Call Me Mister" program this Fri- 1800-.Friday In the Small Chapel.
inspired .
One fire station employee broke his ankle while sliding down the fire station pipe in day night at 2000 will include Pianist Latter Day. Saint.Mutual S.rvlee1900Wednesday. Meeting In

answering such a call, and has so far lost over four. weeks of work. Remember, then, play "Body Buddy and Savarise Soul;", Sioux who City will Small Young Chnpel.Men's Bibl. Claus

when you are in a' prankish mood, that any tinkering with the fire department is an in- Sue," a novelty vocal number by t fl$0-Chaplain Thursday in. Small '-'baPtl...
E. K.
Carlo
yitation to trouble, both for yourselves,' and for the fire station employees the Sep-Sender orchestra; and a ,



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28 March, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS' Page Five

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I T' Employees For Suggestions

'; I PRESENTATIONS IN TIIREE
: : department at NAS Jax paid

t1b'. luggestort cash award. for Inventions Twenty-one checks were presented to winners of Beneficial Suggestions
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:; approved by the Uem-fl- this week in Assembly and Repair, Supply and Personnel Re-
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: vial Suggestion Committee. Fifteen -
;;,1 check were given to A & R lations departments.
: employees three checks to bun In presenting fifteen of the awards to Assembly and Repair sug-

;L :: ply tions.and Pictured three to at Personnel the left.Rela-Lt. gestors, Captain Malcolm M. Cloukey, Assembly and Repair Officer,

':It: ..'I Comdr. F. R. Brims. Storehouse commended the employees for their interest and cooperation In increasing
officer present Supply'* toP the efficiency of this activity and urged them to continue

r': with award his winner$100 check.Rafe Below.Henderson Cap. their efforts with additional suggestions.lie .

tale Malcolm M. Cloukey (right) especially cited all award
Assembly & Repair officer take. winners, who with their ingenuityand officer and CACE member, pre-
pride In commendnic rank Valdes sented checks to three winners.
resourcefulness are makingthe
who holds a 1260 check.
Others pictured below, who received dollars of the curtailed Navy The top award of $100 went to
cash awards from $15 up budget go farther and accomplishmore. Rafe Henderson for his "Paint
aret ((1 to r) Lorance Turner, Mold." Other winners were Thomas -
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Schley Davis Roger Sibley. A.
W. Hofmelster, E. H. Henn. Hal The maximum award of $250 Redmond with $25 for his safe
Kitchen, Mr. Valdei. and Cant was received by Frank Valdez of ty lock for overhead doors, and
Cloukey. Back row (1 to r) B.
j Mornlngstar Emory Morris shop 1334, engine overhaul, for his William Sharpe with a $15 award
Adolph Wolllts.\ C. H. Israel Idea of reworking exhaust valves for a "Device to Protect the Trig
James Wetmore and Herbert Far. gers on Time Clocks.Lt. .
burned outer diameter.
j : Lieut.rls. Back E. K.row Farson., extreme assistant right is James on Wetmore of the carburetor Comdr. Briggs, in giving the

';'] plant division'officer. E. S. Odom shop was awarded $150 for a awards in the presence of the Sup-
'r." ,1 .. and Byron E. Connett were nut special die to reshape plates This ply Sub-Committee and depart-
present when the picture was"
:; ment heads commended the
taken. device saved a bottleneck as only men
available each and told the group many other
ij, 20 new plates are
"\ "" ,' month against 1,000 needed. suggestions were under considera-
:: "", tion. In concluding he urged the-
Other Winners
" continued participation in the pro-
Other winners for A & R were:

Adolph Wolltz $50, for his "Arm- gram. Persone AwardsIn
Bander" from surveyed
ature
Personnel Relations, checks
parts; Riger Sibley, $30, for his ingenious were awarded to three girls, who
idea for correct
cutting offered jointly a suggestion for a
bevel on aileron skin patches;
cover over a deep culvert and safe
Davis of division $25,
Schley plant ty walk to buildings 450 and 451.
for an "Improved Shroud Bracke;
as well as the civilians checking'out
W. Hofmelster also of
A. plant,
of the station. They dividedan
$25, for his safety idea which "Pre- award of $25.
vents overloading of Hoists;" an-
Mrs. Genevieve Knight was pre-
other from plant, Lorance Turner,
sented her check In a brief cere-
a $25 award, for a bearing replacement
mony by the recorder, Mrs. Mar-
V : for overhead exhaust fans; garie D. Putnam. The other Per-
Farris of heat department
Herbert treat
sonnel Relations' checks were sent
$24, for an electric interlock to Katherine Stansberry and Edith

for furnace doors; Emory Brooke, who have resigned
Ly Morris, $25, for an improvementof eec
a soldering tool for bubble sex-

tant; E. H. Henn, of metal shop,

x $s was awarded $15 for his device for :: TSUPPLV

4 ( obtaining correct bevel on flycut- / -
ter tool; B. Morningstar of acces-

sories, $15 for his "Turn and Bank 3 SALLIESBy

f'' aey .,* %fw Tester;" Hal Kitchen of 1012 for .

,2 t ,' .. e an electric explosive rivet gun, and IIv
i;< 'E. Stanford Odom of overhaul con :+ovi

G, '; .. trol with a tapered pin remover
both received $15 awards An
award of $35 was sent to Byron E. Leola Jones

I BREEZING AROUND A & R INSIDE Connett formerly of engine overhaul The purchase group is welcoming :
for his "Puller for Push back a veteran, Marvin High-
Rods." C. H. Israel of overhaul smith. He's the felow who used to
Administration and PersonnelLt. M. McAnally, SpX)3c( ) Julia Steel, PUBLIC WORKSBy
control received additional write us interesting accounts of
(jg) Hansen, structures division ACMM, E. F. Martindale, Y3c, an
award of for offered his various around Trinidad
$15 trips
a suggestion
officer, and Lt. (jg) Hoersch George McCue, BM2c, and Carl' Ethel M. ShanahanThe In 1943. which sounded like
gen, finish and fabric division officer Schulke, QM 2c, and children Myr- high spot of excitement travelogues.
was (Part of one of his letters was
Two commendations
Were discharged recently. A & tice Dee and Tyre. were
reached in Public Works with the
in JAX
printed the AIR NEWS
R regretted to lose these two offl Mary Albright, progressman of awarded James Sproul III, AMM-
filling out of
for the
applications last January, remember?) .
overhaul control in hangar 122, 3c of plant-one for a safety sug-
forthcoming for and
exams typists Another returned veteran is Wil-
cers.Planaing Division welcomes two went fishing the other day, and as stenographers! Business schools gestion, "Painting Danger Spots"and
officers W. K. Drake Ens. the other a convenience suggestion liam Fooshee (Stock Control). Wil-
new the usual story goes, she didn't should look for a temporary Increase
liam has
USNR, assistant workload officer, catch a fish but fell instead and for scuttlebutt "For Bus Shelter Main returned, after military
says you service In the U. S.
and D. E. Strand, Ens. USNR, as- suffered a severe cut on her leg have about a month to "bone. up"on Gate. Army.
sistant statistical section officer. from a rock. She was off work two Three Supply Winners Edward VVyckoff writes that he

: Enrs. Drake and Ens. Strand reported days and still has a sore peg to get your subjects. In the Supply department, Lt. is happy over his new position at
Ellis electrical
I I here from V-12 School. around on. Terry ( ) after Comdr. F. R. Briggs, Storehouseord I the Naval Advanced Base Depot,
coming back from a long overseas Port Hueneme Calif. He
,
Mrs. Ina Johnson and Mrs. Castle Betty Zuber, Y2c, Just celebrated service decided to take advantageof Section females Leola there are many points of interest says;

Bauer resigned last week. Both that getting older day last Sun- the G.I. Bill and go back to Pierce, Billie Sanders, Ethel Shan- in that fascinating country!

were employed in the planning di- day. Wonder where she got that school. He is enrolled in the Uni- ahan and ex-records, Estelle It's a boy! Name-James Carl
vision .. Rachel Welder transferred beautiful gold cross with the dia- of Tennessee in I
versity engineering. Hampton. Dorsey, Jr. Parents: Jimmy
time
this week from the sec- mond she's wearing?
setting Sarah Barlow (time office) took Dorsey (Clothing and Small
welfare and
tion to physical we Cfcief R. D. Bevis became the S. O. S.: Sam Fritch and Mr. leave to get married in Georgia to I Stores) and Louise Westberry
hope she likes her new Job. papa of a baby boy on 16 March. Griffin of Public Works maintenance
ex-serviceman Joe Long. Their Dorsey (formerly of Inventory).
Emergency Repair Consider- The new arrival's name Is Ronald need help. Oh! for a house.
honeymoon was spent at Silver I Young Jimmy made his first appearance -
able landscaping work has been in Raymond and Is now getting all Second time dwelling has been Springs. Neighbors next door no- on 26 February in the

progress over here at Emergency the attention of Mrs. Bevis' folks, sold over Sam's head and a good ticed that the new cottage has a Naval Hospital. Weight-6 pounds,
; Repair hangar to beautify the sur- who came to spend this week with deed for the day would be to give sign "Sarah and Joe" over the 3 ounces.

roundings. New grass has been them. him a buzz on the phone with Information doorway! More new employeesRichardC.

'\ 'J sown and the rose bushes Flight Test The division lost leading to a vacant or One would not have to ask why Hayes (Storehouse),

. t now are ,coming out in beautiful two employees this week. One, about-to-be vacant house. the extra smiles this week. Eighteen Follis (Shipping), John A. Dill

., looms and buds. Personnel have Kenneth K. Buzby, has rejoinedthe Barney McCall (maintenance) is cents an hour increase in berry (Stock Control), Guy F.

been asked not to walk on the new Army Air Corps. The other, working on "trouble desk!" Betterbe wages is cause enough for that re' Rexroad (Accounting), Eleanor E.

soil.Two Robert Greene, has accepted a Job careful, trouble shooters, or he'll action. The only ones that have Edwards (Stock Control), JamesJ.

old salts of our division, with National Airlines in Miami.If have your initial on the dotted the day to day expression are the Bowden (Administration) and

., who we remember well, recently a disparaging remark concerning old forgotten 4b's! many others. Welcome aboard!
4 sent an announcement back to Florida weather were not consid- line.Pretty girls always make for ex- ___h_

Chief Julia Steele relating a popu- ered rank heresy, we would add tra business in a section and when 1VAS PRINT SHOP : _

'-' lar story of today. Here is how it that he was loath to leave NAS Lese Denmark (ad building) was _
went-Eleanor Edna McCarns was but found he could not stand this lent to records for a couple of

V married to Robert L. Breed on Sat climate! days, the need for map reference

urday, 23 February 1916 In Las If, as we suspect, this is the first took a big upswing!

Vegas, Nev. mention of the recently organized Patricia Dunn (secretary, main-
Albin Dunbar flight test division, we further Introduce tenance superintendent), has returned -
Cron and
Jean married last week end in it by saying that it is an from St. Louis, and a visit

were and extremely busy and fascinatingoutfit with her family, looking very well.
Congratulations
.. Jacksonville. housed 116. The division of- filled !
Sue James very efficiently fi
.. best wishes to from all of us.
you
ficer is Lt. F. H. Coleman, and the Pat's place while she was away. ;
:;t,: .:, We want to welcome our new assistant Steven
Civilian Supervisor,
Senior The City Bowling League's sea-
': division officer, Lt. (Jg)
Bernat. Although there are only closed last week with the team
son
.' .., Glad to have Twos
,Black. you
civilians in the divi-
about thirty managed by Mr. Crevasse (time +
"; ;::., new men came to our division from sion, some interesting news items section) taking third place. The ,
Carl T. So-
NAS Deland. They are
could be written concerning them team members are: Lt. Comdr. JV'I
AMMlc and Vernon R. Burks, ,
} sa, ,
,: as they are practically 100 per cent Steinke, Lt. Boose, Lt. McCain, Mr. !
'. AMMlc. veterans of World War II, and Vandergriff, Mr. Lowman and Mr.
Hangar 122 is getting a new lin- nf their experiences would
some Crevasse.
.. .. I
I" offices and ladders are ,
Ing. All the make wortlivhtlereading, if onlywe In case you don't Know It mere

: getting painted and ready for had a reporter. Any volunteersfor is another set of exams in prog

? summer time.Virginia the job would be warmly wel- ress-for drivers licenses. Don't

a M. Anderson, who Just comed. think it will be easy. They fail you

; : left last week has already writ- Plant Dh'I..lon-The stork visit- on the road test if you knock downa

:" ten from Michigan saying she ed this division in a big way lately flag on the marked course. Some
11. wishes she had stayed in. Although He brought Mr. and Mrs. Walter experienced drivers 'are hanging < e J aat 4a

it is quiet and peaceful, she wants Scott a daughter, Sandra Lee; to their heads because they failed!

; V- to hear the zooming of the air- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vickers, a One, whom we won't embarrass by

planes and misses the GI ways. daughter; and to Mr. and Mrs. naming, drove Navy pick-ups and 3

f' \ James Meagher, AM2c, and A. Dyres, a son, Davis. now has to wait a couple of weeks ,. _
Spinoza, AM2c, are wearing the We hope Lafilse Chambers will before he can try to qualify again. v
return to work soon after being PRINTING PROBLEMS FOR the entire station and all activities
I kind of grins everyone recognizesa Lead-he is in Design.A .
I' smile from ear to ear. They out on sick leave for two weeks. weekly bridge game is the ex- under this command are handled In the station print shop 10-

are almost ready to attach the lit- Also we will be glad to see Mr. cuse for the meeting of the fleeing gated on the second flooor of the main Supply building. Here station

fl' I tie yellow duck to their uniform. Harry Sauer, foreman of Plant Di- telephone I directories, aviation manuals, miscellaneous forms, 'etc.,

: Harris, ACMM, and wife, enter- vision back at his desk' after a department Fred Clyne is are printed by the thousands. Pictured at the V left, Barney Chesser,
tained the following group at a long absence. back in the drafting as a civilian Job printer, and Robert<<; McNeilley, PRTRlc are geting ready for

wiener roast in the park Friday Chief ,Frank Zappacosta has and as assistant to engineer Clar- press while V George A. Floyd, chief-in-charge of the print shop and

night: Mary E. Fahey, S2c,,Cenla been transferred to the Engineer- ence Lamb. Clarence C. Cooper, snapper printer, discuss a new job.,



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UJHfiT TO QQf WHERE TO GOl

Com.lr. Robert P. neb, USN

The sun ,Bathing: season Is here
MOVIE SCHEDULE again and the outdoor swimming

pools got a big play over the weekend
THURSDAY TERROR BY :NIGHT with Basil RathbomShow* But it is apparent that some
at 1400\ 1300 and 2000 men have let their enthusiasm for

FHIU.OnAliO=" \\'YC'K, starring Gene Tierney Shows at the outdoor life run away with
1730 and 2010. Broadcast featuring the Sep Senders at 2000 and 2030. their judgment from the looks of

.\TnW.DRACOWYCK: at 1100. Barn Dance at 2000: to their burned and peeling skins..,
200 with John Dolce of the :National Barn Dance calling. You must remember to take it

stf"U.PElULOUS: HOLIDAY with Pat O'Brien. Show at p. 4i .a easy on exposing that winter

HO'' 1SOO and 2000.MOND.1Y whitened pelt of yours to the FlorIda *
: : SENTIMENTAL: JOURNEY: starring! :Maureen sunshine. It is my duty to warn
O'Hira and. John Payne. 1400 1730 and 2000. 4 all hands that being incapacitated
TI'KSDAY' : SENTIMENTAL: JOURNEY.: Shows at 17HO; and for duty due to sunburn is consid-

"iV,)) I eerd misconduct and is liable to
WhaNISD.1': HOME IN INDIANA: with Waiter Brennan.Shows cost you some money. It U: also'
at 1400. 1800 and :2000. plain foolishness. ,,'
111t1It )).\\' TALK ABOUT A LADY starring Jinx Falkenberg. aFt's ; With these days of changeable
Shows at 1400. 1800 and 2000.THINGS FOR ALL!? At"th-NA Roundup to ; held; Saturdaynight weather all hands are reminded
in the auditorium from 2000-2100. Prizes for costumes and a that white uniforms are optionalfor

TO DOAOOARDSVVIMMINO I real Square Dance Caller from the National Barn Dance, Chicago, uniform of the day and WI
,
John Dolce will be the features of the evening. neckerchiefs, for .
: : : Daily Indoor Pool. Recreational Period for all NavalPersonnel Pictured above in front of the covered wagon used to advertisethe still liberty.blues for Wha"

and their guests. Monday through Friday. 0900( to 1000 dance are members of the dance committee and Welfare Department tion, it are won't be specified long till they inspec-give I

1300 to 1400. 1500 to 1600 and 1800 to 2100. : C. E. Colbert. N. A. Nazzario, C. S. Smith, B. Kazaroff, way to whites. The smart boys will
Saturday -0900 to 2100; Sunday 1230 to 2100. I R. E. Jones, J. J. Droll, Mary Schuerman and M. M. Brooks. get their whites In shape now at i I

(.<>!.F Station Course. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to all per I WAVES and enlisted men may wear any costume they can rig their leisure. The careless ones will I
sonnel.! Clubs available. at Gear Locker in Souths.de. of NATTC Audi.. :' up from boots and spurs to snappy ten gallon hats If they have get caught short as usual.

torium; Monday through Saturday-1000-1700; Sunday-1030 to 1700. I them. I would like to urge all hands 'I,
ItO1t'11\-nix: All-". behind Ships: Service:: available- to all per- -- not to forget the Red Cross drive I

sonnet; Monday;; through;: f dy'; 1000 to 2000; Saturday-1130 to 1730. f : GYPS ANDSWINDLES now -I in prirt'TIis: ; organizationis

Free bowling it you bet your own pins. lOc a line for pin boys. so much a part of the life of

[Nl'SIC- Anyone interested in joining the newly organized band, I the nation it should be traditionalfor

contact Hagen, Ext. 2b0.TI'NNlSRacquets. t every Individual to support it
with a contribution no matter how
: and balls available at Physical Training Bldg,
small. See your division officer today -
The veteran is the for all
013. "SHIPS target I and hand him that small
IIO..1'ISS: HOl'st--Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday and Sun- confidence men and swindlers who I, change you were going to blow at
day 1100 to :2100.! For NATTC enlisted personnel, relatives and guests. are trying to get their share of his |Ithe ship's service.
mustering out pay. According to a .
NATTC: 1.lIm.\H\--Lo m Auditorium. Open Monday through I --- -- -- -
Friday--U9JU to 2100; Saturday and Sunday-1230 to :2100. COMPANY PROFILES pamphlet assembled by various I tect consumers from swindlers and
I Better Business Bureaus by VV. T. provide factual Information as a
ATIIKLKTIC: : ; tiKAK-Available at Gear Locker, Physical Training
Foster, the G.I. who is wary of I guide to wise buying and Inve t-

Dept., Bldg. U3. William I Bull M. Benold SKV- ,:1 "big money quick" deals and only ing. The Federal Trade Commission
trusts those men who are from branding misrepresentations
3c USNR, has had some interestIng ;
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE experiences in his life and they '1 reputable firms will get along. of products as unfair competition,
havent' all been in the Navy. |I The following is taken from Public has curbed many rackets. Further

UKMXN\II.I.K-: BEAIILSBuses: I leave at frequent intervals I His home is San Antonio, Texas, Affairs Pamphlet No. 109: protection Is provided by Federal
Do we like to be fooled ? and state food and cosmetic
Apparently drug
from Lnion Bum Station corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing and he was a manager of a chain
we do,, though it costs us agencies and by the bureaus controlling
and ocliei leueation at one of world finest ocean bleaches. Bus grocery store until the war came ,
than hundred million dol- and The
more a weights measures
alone. From 1935 until 1938 he devoted -
!2Sc.:: i
tare\ I lars a year. Suppose "Doctor Bun- American Medical Association
> IIOISE East Church Street. all his spare time being a
>AvMOTIIKIJS': IIOSTI S 101 combe's Electro-Vitamin Journal has
Magic through its own long
IIM' (u i ivNfKKs.: : at 122: West Forsyth Street; above Slanting Bus good member of the Texas National I Belt," produced for eighty cents waged warfare against nostrums.
Guards Service Machine Gun Company
autioii cnuich and Newnan Streets; all West Duval Street. USO and priced at eight dollars were Yet some writers give the impression -

"HK.... o Ul V IS1\)., nt 4,1 West Monroe Street. I' 141st Infantry. I offered tomorrow for every ailment that much that we eat U
f;.VNOKIMl; =" 1'lMllMi: AM UOATINO: : Cedar River on San Every one was doing his part so from bald head to athlete's I, poison, that all patent medicinesare
Jaai lake Lake Snore tJjs, thiec blocks from last stop on Bill thought he should do his. Close I foot, satisfaction guaranteed or dangerous and that men who,

jau juaii'iVJw Boatstwo hours jOc; canoell $1.1)1) per hour; motor by was Kelly Field and that was money refunded, with glowing testimonials pursue profits are necessarily un-

sacs. *::* OJ per how tine to eight people per boat. I where he put his war effort to of grateful patients, liberal trustforthy and their claims false.
IHi...*.i..U K RIDING=" MAGNOLIA AND: HYDE PARK STA- i work. In 1912 there was excitement II I use of high-sounding technical One of these writers declares the

.;u.--o. Hoin located out San Juan Avenue. Facilities available for Hay : everywhere, but Kelly Field. I terms and pictures of hand- 90 per cent of our advertising U
?.iea. This problem was solved by Bill go- ] some surgeons seriously examining fraudulent. This is difficult to believe -
f
--- -- -' I ing to work at the Panama Oil Depot I the belt. Would we fall for this since much of our advertising -

in the Panama Canal Zone. I fraud ? History says, "Yes." The says nothing more deceptivethan
:) H U EFLE BOA R D OffbgrShParyd Party is The Panama Air Depot duties were I Ito I records of quackery, covering a I "Tom Turner sells coal," and

scheduled for the Officers 27 furnhJi all Army Activities in score of countries and many centuries I since many agencies, public and
April I
( ) j I Central America, South America leave no doubt that the continuous war
I-i private, on
J at the Park Club carry
H/AvrJ/ Com _> ( Hyde Country
jo and surrounding war zones with
costumes. And it is none too't'lt.a Buncombe Belt producers would be i fare against misleading advertising.
will month- soon to start looking for someone 1 I I supplies. This Air Depot was built discouraged if at all, not by lack I In fact, so much is done to
cjlumn appear the'' to stay with the children for that'; from swamp land and was connected of customers, but by restraints of keep consumers from being cheat

ly to keep everyone posted on spe<'ialparty, I Iuti to the Albrock Field. __ I law. I ed that it Is usually a man's .own
c@'l'. cjiiung aboard and being m--' Skunk Hollow, Effective as such restraintshave 'I fault if he hands his money to a

. detached.d.epsrte.i' I prescribe absolute quiet for r later called Jun- become in the United States I! swindler. He does not use the readily -
in recent years, let no man fancy available sources of informa
husband, said the doctor.
.\ : i gle Jim, wasn't I
a sleeping powder." that he is safe from gyp schemes. tion. lie does not heed the warn

Daniel A. I do I give it to him ?' 'ask exactly the life Old schemes reappear constantly; ings of the Better Business!' Bu-
MCR; Bind wife. < of Riley a n dafter new ones turn up overnight: and reaus:

U8MC, I > dont give it to him," said 1:*'I 9 monthsBill's no concern, old or new, is obligedto READ BEFORE YOU SIGN

MC, UoM; doctor. "You take it yourself." "cense and desist" from misleading AND KEEP A COpy
Lt. Comdi., ( ) ; I :f'' ........ last resort t advertising before it has BEFORE: : YOU INVEST INVESTIGATE -
: .... -4 .: t o leave fooled customers. In the single .
y. Wolf, Lt. i ; TIERNEY ..
McCormick! I I ; I .' Panama was to month of April, 1915 the Federal )
Trade Commission took action Mac I became motherEd ..
: Today a
: IN
C. Rodgers, : ENLIST
against firms which were charged : You became a mother My
Allan Batsoii 1st 1st ;; ]I THE U. S. with misrepresenting these things: dear fellow that's incredible.What's .

NAVY. Anything books, bottle caps, canned sea the story?
lace Huston. '
Chester !\ 1 to get out of Panama. foods <,cosmetics fire bricks' fur Mac: Yesterday I met a girl

The Navy is chucked full of surprises garments, suits, thread, umbrellas with a face that only a mother
and it wasn't long till the I medicines, jewelry, leather goods, I could love. Today I found out she'n
John M PI : new enlistee was aware of that. salts, olive oil, radios. pearls, and I worth six million dollars-today I
Cyrus R. more. became mother.
many a
He was Informed his new base
SA( ). USNR: For every gyp concern, however I
would be Coco Solo Station, on the !1
Enj., CEC. : ; there are hundreds of dependable Two Navy pilots were shot down
Atlanta side of Panama, only 10
Lieut., S(02( > : : ones. Better Business Bureaus In the Pacific and were floating
miles from Albroctt Field. He wasgiven
Young, Ens; < 1 : ; i in ninety-one cities, maintained by'I about in a rubber raft. A Jap sub
the rate of SK3c, put on the *
lin R. Hcin I I : business concerns, constantly pro- rote to the surface. One pilot
uniform and reported to work. His
NP.; Rufus waved to it. "That's the stuff,"
second :Naval whenhe I
surprise came
Comdr, MC. : ; grocery business or go back toI said his companion. "Get 'em close '
/found out his work in the Navy I
Gilbert : work for the Army Air Corps from enough and we'll ram hell out of ,
ej.li V. P.res. guy""I( ) ; was the same as he had done, for 'i, which h<" Is on Military Leave. II I them." ...
the Army. They furnished all ships|I
Leonard L. I < : I I
USSR; supplies.and Naval Bases in that zone with I FRIDAY FEATURE _

Couvlr. ( DC I :
Coco Solo wa also a new station AUD/TOWUM
LunS, Lt <1j j I ) I
which' built of
vatore M. Sa (j ) was dredgings TONIGHT"RADIO
from the sea, and It really took a
NU; B i >
time to it. Colon is
DC, USNR: long complete utSffllffiW:>
Comdr DC. ; ]J2 miles away, the nearest town,

Stil1 nan. Lt. I ) Z and it might as well be 1000 miles,

Weey( K. \\ j > because liberties were few and far
between Ship's had liberty I
company j1
USNU: Paul i / p- Y
DC USNR 'very Ith night one Sundaya
month and all liberty ended at
2UOO:
There' :
than t being a Bill cot i>id-rs to report to Jacksonville

batng a Florida in December' 1911
r and that was the happiest surprise dATNG

ot his life ( Naval or otherwise*.
Since 1911 < ( He was' sent to A EM "A" School

pint of bt.) and has been there ever since:
cha. armed f 0 they couldn't get along without

I him.At

S2c: "I see I Friday in Dragonwyck : his home in Texas he likes togo

nine ensigns Walter Huston. Shows 1730 horseback riding;, Texas style,
I
hurt in a I 2010 RadiI Broadcast from of course. And when he gets out of
Hi- "Pooi! ( to 2030. | the Navy he plans to go Into the TO J:1i'ZVIIW77IC11t "..vrU1EPage



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28 March, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR_NEWS SECTION= Page Seven


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I CAPTAIN'S AIDE [THE WORD. Outdoor Pools Softball Teams

...

From Aviation Fundamental Open At NATTCAll Will Start PlayIn

School lovers of the outdoor swimming -
' t to sport can now get out and
t. -- --- IntramuralsAfter
the water and also absorbthe
enjoy
Ily J. !.. EMano, CI'hoM]
Florida sun. Pool No 2 was officially -
.' I opened last week-end but a very successful Intra-
Building 411 in JNATT Center mural Basketball ,
season plans are
hours not definite.Howe't .
regular are yet
was a mess hall for quite a long now being arranged for the coming -
r, all welcome
personnel are -
.rh while but if you were to drop in to swim any time the flag is softball season Lt. C. C Ktlley -
there now, the Mess that is being
.. flying over the pool office All out officer in charge of the Intramural -
made would amaze you. The steam j of door swimming will be secured Leagues, has planned to
tables are still there and plenty of I
during rain and thunder storms. open league play on approximately -
tables-but these tables are load-
15 April.
Besides the outdoor all
pools
ed down with tools and metal. Yes
The will follow last
leagues
personnel may swim Indoors at the
it is a shop now, and such a shop
I of Three
year's pattern play.
following hours, 0000 to 1000, 1300 I
The AV FUN students are in there
: to 1400 1300 to 1600 and 1800 to leagues are anticipated with teams
: learning to distinguish between a ,
composed of Officers, Schools and
2100. The will be secured between
pool -
'I
hammer and a wrench, and how tl'
Ships Company forming thEir respective -
I these hours to be used for
use both, plus many other tools
classes. < circuits. Teams in the
physical training
They are getting the rudiments of
I I School League may either enter
sheet metal work bending metal,
I teams composed of their school or

w.. -r w I riveting, tapping a thread, drilling ;: Small Colleges a barracks team Ships Company
I shaping stock, laying out a blueprint teams should consist of either
transferring it to the metal,
I members of their division or of
selecting the proper screws and Lack StudentsThe their Barracks

nuts, doing things to scale and all Entries may now be submitted

the other jobs that are complicated smaller colleges in the Unit- to Lt Kelley at the Physical Training
to a novice and yet are duck- All teams will
ed States have reported a lack of Department.
". soup for the old-timer. The workIs students toy the coming vear In have a roster of at least 15 players -

of a'arlf''d nature to give each contrast, the large, big-name due to the fact that leaves and
man a practical and conversant station watches will
schools have many thousandsmore hamper some
4nL' knowledge of using tools. There
.,4 applications than openings. teams
.. .. I is a little electricity involved the Naturally a veteran prefers Harvard The games will take place After
E\\'i'TIES\ student having to wind a magnetic to Podunk Center College, working hours and each team will
ASSUMING > as Aide to Captain Ford N, Taylor, coil and wire the project for use.
but somewhere In between definitely play a game each wc k.
are several -
Virginia L. Beechler, Lt: newest WAVE officer at NATTC has -- --- -
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relieved Stephen E Keane, Lt. I jg I, who will soon be released for schools hundred which good accredited now the average student has a
are not too crowded
inactive duty much harder time .
getting: through.If
to admit the veteran In addition
Coming to NATTC in January from the Chief of Naval Air a student does flunk out he loita
Technical Training Pensacola, Florida, this charming and friendly there are some reasons' why many' all further educational benefits under
students would the smaller
prefer
WAVE: Officer is also the \VR Representative and Communications the "Gr. Bill," so, unless vou
schools The smaller schools
Ofheer Miss Beechler entered the Navy in February 1944 soon after r are blushingly acknowledge \ourseM a
nearer to being the traditional college -
graduating! from Augustana College in flock Island, Illinois and received than some of the factory-like genius why not look around at the
her commission at Smith College. She received advance train. smaller colleges where they still!
big schools The student who is interested -
ing in communications at Mt. Hol>oke. ned students
in getting educated as
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opposed to one who wants merely
starting monthly.A .
to learn a trade, is in personal
ChangesIn new phase in Ordnance Ad-
I contact with the professors of a
ministration started Monday for small college: He learns a lot more
I I
Training I all Ship's Company ACOM The from knowing these men than he
proposed new rate requirementsfor would if he were only to go to a
ACOM requires knowledge of classroom and be shouted at froma NATTCeneurs

NATTCenter is fast assuming Navy procurement accounting and i dais once a day
its peacetime schedule with new publication* connected with supply We have submitted a photo of I By going to a good; small collegeit

schools being established, wartime and maintenance of Ordnance the project. and it should speak is impossibe to gain the broad

schools discontinued, and former material. The new phase includedin for itself as to the amount of ef- background and understandingwhich

phases which were omitted during I the 26 weeks schedule of Naval fort each student is required to is necessary to lead a successful -
the accelerated war program coming School, Advanced Aviation put forth, It is made of scrap materials life. The large colleges will ee ,

back. i, Ordnanceman (Class Bl) Is practically salvaged from the planes teach the fundamentals of how to

The Aircraft Instrument school the same course previously I that are being junked on the air I make a living, but the immature
I
which is a combination of the Aviation given: to all Sot Officers in the' station The finished article is a'' student traveling alothe: pro-
Instrument School from 87th Aviation Ordnance Officer's School I buzzer-blinker signal set' in the duction line, does! not !Aays know The Ship's Company chow line

and Anthony, Chicago and the Au- disestablished last December event you haven't figured it out al-I all) of the w hj *. He misses a great has fast taken on a social hour

tomatic Pilot School here started'' This new phase was set up by ready. The set is powered by two deal of training which, ironically air" as its members produce decksof
flashlight batteries, and has a enough he is not even taught to cards and novels and the It'mi-
operation the first of the month Lt. J. V. Bres and Robert F. Mc- I
The school standard flashlight bulb. Each man realize that he misses which he nine members get rows and rows
under the supervisionof Cord ACOM, and will eventuallybe
retains the set he built, taking it I in intimate smaller finished their
can get a more on knitting.
Comdr C. R. Conger, is a six given to all AOM students
go-
along with him into the service. college Tim: BIG E\ tS'l' ot the week
months course with two classes Ing through the school. II
___ and he has little excuse for not Another. perhaps more realistic is the loner looked forward 1u

CONGRATULATIONS! I'i keeping in practice with the i reason for choosing a small college Roundup Saturday night from 2000

I .p ________ ____ Morse code. The school allots 160 I right now is that with the hundreds to 2400. All the guys and gals will
hours to basic skills; math phy- I of extra students in the have a chance to wear everjthingfrom

sics, layout-blueprint reading ,I large colleges: the facilities can afford chaps to ten gallon hats and

sketching, aircraft materials, and to pull the old and too famil- hi-heeled boots to frilly pinafores.
actual shop work. We think it a iar Navy trick of "raising the Prizes will be offered for the met

worthwhile phase and wish the I'O I sights" and flunking out the lower original costumes Of course those

i hours of shop work could be increased part of the class That means that I coming to the dance from shore
but the student will haveto will have to put on their outfit alter

increase his knowledge at the I HONOR MENriCTLKKI I they get inside the gates!
4 s "A' school and in the fleet or I Misty Tower is busy trying to
4f squadron I find out her ring: size in answer to
I a request received in a letter .
Alatlont'tal..mlth: QualiticaSion. j I it must be from that former member -

.. of the Police Force
I
Those interested in becoming a I| Barracks r>2 was certainly burning _

metalsmith have been demanding ]I i the midnight oils Monday
f t that this column hasten to include night as its energetic members

the qualifications for the Class "A" massaged the windows way pant<
a.1 Naval School Aviation Me-tal- ; 210(1( and were up and at them

smith Location of schoolMem again with the break of dawn!

C Yt phis Tenn The length of course WIth just a taste of) what suinnu -

s 16 weeks The mental require 'i' will be like. everyone is tak-

ments. GCT 4": A rithmE'tic --45, .h Fd1r ng readings on the' sun to dtttrnune -
Mechanical aptitude 50, Mechanical nut how much of that Vitamin -
..fw knowledge 50. The physical tilled substance their skin will

i requirements: good "ision. For education tonMime without drying up and
: high school graduate desirable peeling off, Is it just our imagination

and any experience (Irrourst or are the planes flying lower
s allied with metal work. over the sun area behind Barracks
M "
The curriculum covers fabric repair -'
The money rollers from Disbursing -
self sealing fuel cell repair took themselves out to Jax:

I and installation, installing plane Beach Saturday and really had a
controls, assembly and disassembly time Jim Schwenk really outdid

of all plane structure. installing himself. just call him "Pinky" and

and repairing plastics reading of course everyone enjoyed waiting

... blueprints, drawing math basic while Jo Lubben and Ed
.. metalwork, and alI I
V welding plane Shields had just one more ride on

terations. the Merrv-i'o-Round.
t There is a great deal of variety Colonel Pooph another chugalug -

"\ to the Tin-bender trade and all of game really got Odum from

useful in civilian life You workon J A\ Fund. down. And we mean

your own most of the time and I down and under!
handle the job as von think best Chief Ketner really alertwl the

f.: The work I is very interesting, and hore 1'atrol down town about thin
: you can see what is being accomplished bun business. Good deed for week.

The rating Is mostly a Chief Robinson (the body) just
ar shore-duty, but there are land got back from leave and is cut
-
F, nflsu.WAnntU: ; the Distinguished Flying Cross by Captain bases overseas for the man who tossing the baskets with great enthusiasm -

Ford N Taylor, Commanding, last Saturday during the Personnel wants to see what the rest of the I II I hope he doesn't hit

Inspection, is Howard Leslie Crouch, AOM2c who is attached to the I big world looks like Remember any more girls, accidentally

NATTC Gunnery Range '" top. He received this award for distinguishing | that the flight skins are few and I II I Hawkins, Mitchell BatrouH
himself by heroism and extraordinary achievement while far between. I Massey, Matthews, Koball, and

participating in aerial flights in operations against the enemy on I (Correction to Control Tower I __ __...._.. .___m __ Fergot really must get tired over
sansei Shoto Kyushu, Honshu and Hokkaido. He was gunner and open qualifications: GCT is :55' not I : ) HOMO is the top all there those at S concoctions, S. watching! people tat

radioman of a (carrier based plane during the period when strikes 50, and there is an age: ff'jUJre-1 man in the third class in the What is this rumor we hear

were made against enemy shipping, airfields and installations, inflicting ment of 21 years or older. newest school< in aviation. He is 1 about mahogany bars?

extensive damage. His skill and courage: were at all times John L Sheport of Chiddress The WAVES want to thank Lt

inspiring and "in keeping with the highest traditions of the U. S. Driving up to the house to deliver Texas, and stood highest i jg) Wilson\ for all his help and assistance -
Naval Service. Crouch's home is in Long Beach, California the family's seventh baby, among the group of 07 graduating at their picnichayridelast
Below is Carl W. Hagenbeck, ACOMT( ) who is being congratulated the doctor almost ran over a cluck, from the Aviation Funda- Friday night.
upon) receiving his second Presidential Unit Citation, The "Is that your duck out front" mental School last week RobertC

Chief.-Avhose home is in Little Rock, Arkansas, was aboard the USS asked the M.D. Rhea of Austin. Texas and J. "Any nice girls In this town ?"

Enterprise and took part in 14 major engagements. He was a member "It's ours, but it ain't no duck, D Easom, Okmulgee, Oklahoma "Sure all of them."

of Bombing Squadron Six aboard the ship until the Squadronwas It's a stork with his! legs worn off pictured below graduatedwith "How many miles to the next
broken up and then was part of the Ship's Company. from making so many tails. honors) town"



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Page Eight
JAX AI NEWS 28 March 1946




P I. Marek and Chyz Take Golden Gloves CrownsGUNMEN Game First Baseball Will Be




I (? Gain National Fame In Next Wednesday



Winning Garden BoutsEddie Player Turnover

Chyz and Gabby Marek, the David and Goliath of Rapid As Team

the NAS boxing team, brought national fame to themselveslast Gets Into Shape

Monday night in the Madison Square Garden, when they

triumphed in the greatest of all amateur boxing matchesthe "Play Ball" will sound out on :1
April, when the NAS nine plays
National Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions
host to Florida University, in the
Their triumphs are more amazing when one realizes that opening game of a strong schedule

? the two fighters are but j9'ears Just what kind of club the Gators
a..NO yi+ old, and that Marek first donned will have is not known, but with
the mitts but 40 days ago! j war veterans returning at a speedy -
Marek, the 190 pound Marine rate, the University should be
bulled his way to a unanimous fairly tough. On 6 April, the 16th
three round verdict over Joe Frucci : R Fleet from Green Cove Springs,
the Chicago heavyweight champ i x will bat it out here at NAS, and
from Niles, Michigan. Cabby's i it's a sure thing that they will
vaunted right hand had Frucci in come up wtih a formidable squad.
trouble In the first and third NAS travels to Tampa on 8 Aprilto
rounds, but the tough Chicago boy tangle with MacDill Field and
c didn't go down,'and even managed i then will play a return game with
to rock Gabby back on his heelsin Florida at Gainesville on 10 April

"......if ..>.....f'>....r<"', .".,,'.... "" ,..,..". "" _......_ _-0.,.......__....."'''''. ... 40 the day second wonder session," was In Marek top-flight, "the April.At MacDill. Field will play here 13..

TilE ABOVE gun-toters aren't really a new bunch of ter- condition.
rorists. They're members of the Staff officers' skeet team, which losta When the bell closed the furious present over 50 games at
booked with
more being
13-bird decision to the station officers' squad last Sunday at the third round, the ref raised Cabby'shand w arranged
,3 each NAS will
officers' skeet club. The trio are (1 to r) Comdr. P. D. Buie, Lt. and he was crowned National c : day. play college
clubs, the better
Comdr. H. A. Robinson, and Comdr. W. P. Ragsdale. The latter was Heavyweight Golden Gloves \ semi-pro outfits
and members of the Naval Avia-
high man, with 95 targets out of 100. champion-it looks like you Just tion Unit Conference. The confer-
can't keep a U. S. Marine down.
ence teams are as follows:
Season SummaryBasketball Chjz Alternate Champ NAS Banana River.

Eddie Chyz, the handsome, tricky \ i r 1 NATB Corpus Christi.
bantamweight boxer showed an NAS Ft. Lauderdale.
Team Looks .
abundance of ring finesse in dis- \ ,. NAS Hutchinson.
posing of Paul Iguchi, a Chicago NATB Pensacola.
Gabby Marek NAS Jacksonville.
Back On Successful YearThe
I king, who had won his three lights NATTC Jacksonville
1915-46 edition of the Flier basketball quintet cased into history in the Western tourney by knock- NAS Miami.
and the NAS team closed its with I outs. alternate NPTS Ottumwa.
this week, although year a Chyz. fighting as an
loss to the highly regarded Dow Chemical five, they added another drew high praise from the former NATTC Ward Island
great page to the annals of Flier basketball. They won 25 out of 32 ,' 'triple champion," Hammerin' A complete schedule will appear
starts, captured the Florida State ABC basketball crown, and wound Henry Armstrong, who was at the next week,
up as the sixth best service qUintet -. ringside. Eddie's sharp left and Lt. Lyold Lux, infield coach, and
in the nation. I clever counter-punching were too I Lt Comdr. McCachren outfield
Harlan WillCompete A year like that cannot be for- much for Iguchf, and he won a coach, are having their share of
gotten, so here's a quick look at tifl clear verdict in three fast rounds trouble with "disappearing" players.
i itl
the season record of the Fliers: The two NAS boys brought great The latest to leave are Lt. Ma-
For Ward Sheffe paced the Fliers to ; honor to Jacksonville, besides reflecting loney who was playing third base
an opening game victory over the great credit on the per- and will next be seen playing on
i Maine Maritime Academy, netting sonnel of the Navy. They were one of the Boston Braves teams
Diving CrownBruce 21 points in the 61-28 walkaway well-liked and respected wherever and Bill DeMars, who was to be
Welch Army Hospital fell next, 51 they went in New York, and they I seen at short but is now on leave
40, but Camp Blending! upset the acted like the true champions theyare and wont be back until the third
Harlan 1915 Junior Na- dope bucket by handing NAS its I game.

tional diving! champion, will seek first loss, 5015. Green Cove Again we sing the praises of Lt. Just who will be on the starting
new laurels next April 1 and 2, Springs and Camp Blandmg then Anthony Rubino, coach of the Flier nine is not certain but it will look
when he journeys to Bainbridge, lost to the Fliers in quick succession boxing outfit. Mr. Rubino deserves something like this: Bill Berner,
Maryland, for the Indoor National 47.37, and 5130. a world of plaudits for his catcher, Bob Forbes first base,
diving championships.High After they had downed Florida great job in rounding not only John McCullough at the keystone
University 47-38, the local five had spot. Jack Feehan, shortstop Tom
ranking diving stars from Chyz: and Marek into superb fighting -
all over the nation will be on hand their closest game of the year in shape but also for his handlingof Clark, third, Jack Clark, left field
to give Harlan the toughest competition winning a 37-36 tussle from Corpus the entire Jax NAS team. Under (no they're not related), Shieldsin
Christi! NAS. Harry Platt was center field and Charles Pella-
he has had to face yet. Rubino's tutelage, the Flier
high man, looping In 11 points. fighters aided greatly in bringingthe grine, right field. The pitching
Bruce has been working for the Florida U. was dumped again, and i '. of Jacksonville its finest staff is far from settled, and the
big meet for the past three then Jax lost its second game : Eddie Chyz I (Golden city Gloves team on record. starting hurler could be any one of
months, and working hard. Helping when they bumped up against a these moundsmen-Jack Sedwitz,
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him prepare -for the biff test is ._.. ._ >..*."emp his TT.H AT'1'l'. squad_' Joe I IUUb" S pee' S,"UI&.ay""' ''' A .", F ran. k C a g.1'...".
Lt. Jac'k' Smith, a great diver in Trosper scored 15 markers, but it I John Johnson, :Muel or :M 'ers.f .
his own right. Smith was National of no avail as the Hellcats
was f It looks as if the club will be
Diving champ several years ago, roared to 51.31 triumph. The Fli- I weak on leftys, as there are only
and his pointers should prove invaluable ers got hot and won fear straight two left handed batters on the

to Harlan. before losing another scrap, Green O i I starting nine and only one south
Harlan has been a mainstay of Cove barely nosing out the home R r .. ;; paw hurler. John Chitty will be
the NAS swimming team, winning five in a 45-44 thriller. r ..ir carried as a reserve catcher, although
many points for the natators with Camp LeJeune was the next I he's an outfielder by trade.
his superb "aquatic acrobatics." team on the Flier menu, and the Some of the boys that weren't hit
Accompanying him on his trip to soldier five dished out a 78-47 defeat ting too well a week ago are start
Bainbridge, will be Lt. Paul King, However, Coach Lloyd Lux's ing to get their "eye."
coach of the swimming squad, and quintet bounced back to take a Even though the war is over it's
WAVE Lt. (jg) Helen who and
Perry pair of tilts from Pensacola still hard to obtain equipment, and
has also helped Harlan in his quest forced Memphis to go all out before
the Fliers are no exception, so if
for the National diving crown. they could win their second By Frank Tours, Sic you notice two fellows around the

game from the Fliers, 50-i5. Bill ball park wearing sad faces, the"' )
Ward Sheffe and Harry Those British golfers who challenged Byron Nelson to a '
DeMars,
Platt were the standouts in the golf match in England, didn't count on one thing-Nelson is will probably Pullen and be John team Soja managers'Chuck -

three games. Return engagements from Texas As soon as Dai Ilees and Dick Burton, the Eng- .
appeared to be a charm for NAS, that the low
lishmen, made the announcement they thought
[ for in their second match with BRAZILIANS MAKE
Camp LeJeune they didn't let scores Nelson was carding in the U. S. were deceptve, Texans

themselves get pushed around evena I started to howl They were ready to wager big money INSPECTION TOUR
little, although the soldiers man- that their two "boys," Nelson and
that favor the
have shown they
aged to eke out a 71-66 victory. Ben Hogan, could whip the British
OF
American squad Dinny Pails, a PT PROGRAM
Joe Trooper was superb in defeat, pair on any course at any time .I
two-handed player, is one reason
hitting for 29 digits. This puts the limey linksmen on
the Aussies are given a Three
why members of the BrazilianAir
The Fliers then went on a win the spot They'll have to playor to the How-
chance keep cup Arm visited NAS last week,
vq least shut "Lord" By-
ning rampage, dropping every at up Parker the U. S.
ever, Frankie to inspect the methods of the physical
m squad they went up against, until ron said a home and home series that the Australian
tennis ace, claims training program here at Jax
.
with him
would be okay
last with Dow Chemi
their scrap newcomer is greatly overrated The trio are Major Jeronymo B.
< cal. Those that fell before the on- Ia\ly Cup Chatter I Don McNeil, the New I Bastos physical training officer at .
slaught were Pensacola (twice) Davis Cup talk is hitting the Na- Jersey ace, has climbed on the the school of Aeronautics at Cam-
51-34 and 45-37 the Cherry Point tional spotlight lately. Some ten- Aussie bandwagon, saying that pos Dos Affonsos in Rio de Janei
Marines, 49-29, Key West NAS, 71- nis experts think the Australian old timers Jack Bromwich and ro, Captain Paulo E. M. Soares,
36 and then Corpus Christi was team will repeat their victory over I Adrian Quist would be too much interpreter for the group, who is
\ eliminated 70-38. .the United, States team, but most for any American combination also from Campos dos Affonsos
The Florida ABC Tournament -- ---
Fordham University will field a and Major Oscar Lace T. Lopes'
: followed and the Fliers opened Lt. Beams Will football team next fall It's physical training officer at the ." .'.>1'
with a 40-32 win over Miami 7th the first team for the Rams since School of Special Aeronautics in .
Fleet five. Platt led the attack, Direct Athletics '41 Rio de Janeiro. '-J
scoring 16 points. In the finals of At Kentucky SchoolAs Mexican Baseball The Brazilian officers have orders -'
the tourney, Lt. Lux's team nosed Mexican baseball senors tried a from the Chief of Naval Op-
out Green Cove in the rubber Lt. 'w. R. Beams, physical couple of fast ones last week- erations to inspect the P. T. programs -
match for the two teams, 40-37. training officer in charge of the and were turned down both times :: at Pensacola Corpus Christi -
1H'a Lanky Wes Paxson played a great NAS tennis team, is being dis- First, they offered Jackie Rob St. Mary's Pre-Flight, Ottumwa
game:: in caging his 13 points. Ned charged next week, Lt. B. D. Mc- inson, the Montreal Royal short- (la) Pre,Flight, Jax, .Annapolis,
Staitz played brilliantly on defenseall Garry will take over as head man stop, $6,000 a season with all ex- and West Point. Captain Soares
through the tournament. of the racketeers. penses paid The colored boy re- has also observed the athletic pro-
Parris Island met the Fliers fora Lt. Beams plans to return to his plied with a flat "no!" Pete grams in Europe, while Major Bas
; second time, and after leadingat pre-war job as Athletic Director of Gray was next, but he also turned tos, in aviation for 22 years fer-
the half, 22-1D, they succumbedto Okolona High School in Louisville, down the Mexicans, although not ried P-47's in the U. S. in 1912 and
a NAS rally and lost a 50-41 Kentucky. Mr. Beams will serve as as emphatically as Robinson 1913.
decision. Paxson was again the head coach of football and basket- By the way, Montreal's Royals ap- ,
J" star as he accounted for 17. The ball, besides directing other ath- peared in town the other day, but Short Shorts!
; finale of the 1915-M6 season was letic activities at the school. those who thought they'd get a Today's Short Story Women
with the aforementioned Dow Lt. ;McGarry was a standout on look at Robinson were disappointed Bathers are wearing just enoughto
,Chemical quint, and the result was last year's crack Flier football No mixed lineups al- ; cover where they should get
J IIJ a 60-52 loss for the Fliers. team lowed In Jax baseball tanned for wearing so little.r .

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