Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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4' COMING TO JACKSONVILLE ; I Reserve Training Unit j

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Will Hold First
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The Naval Air Reserve Training Unit which moved .

( recently, from Cecil Field to NAS will hold its first "Open

l.. I House" here Sunday. Headquarters are in Hangar 113. ./.

" Residents of Jacksonville and other nearby communities ...
have been invited to visit the unit commanded by Captain

I, F. W. Priestman. Between the hours of 1200 and 1630. visi-
yc tors will be able to examine the :II
s planes and equipment used in the
I NAS Preparing For reserve training program. Guides J1J1
stationed at the Main Gate and .
along the route will direct motorists -
Observance Of Navy to the hangar and the park- .i ,
., a ing area provided in the rear of !
A fLtr Day On 27 OctoberPlans the Commissary Store. i
Highlight of the afternoon will

r are underway for the ob- be a performance by the Flight I
'....' Team. This will be the first op-
27 October,
of Day
,,... servance Navy portunity for many local citizen
" in Jacksonville and at the Naval to witness the matchless flying of
''J Air Station it was announced this this group since its initial appear-
week by staff and station public ance at the Southeastern Air }
<< information offices. Show a couple of months ago at
TilE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND, tednnb- Urles: Brendler, will; play for two While actual programs are still Craig Field.

concerts in Jacksonville on 19 October Sponsored by the local American Legion Post No. 9, the band in a formative stage, it was under- Since this Sunday happens t(>
will at 1400 in the Fairfield Stadium and at 2000 in the Duval The above
appear County Armory photo stood that there would be formal be the monthly drill day actual :
was snapped on the Plaza of the Capitol in Washington, D. C.
ceremonies in town as well as at operation of the reserve training 1:1
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NAS. program can be witnessed. Ex-
During the week preceeding Navy pilots in this area will be on 4 J
Gen. WainwrightTo
I U. S. NAVY BAND WILL PLAY TWO I Navy Day, speakers from the air hand to get in their practice in "
station will talk at civic club order to maintain their flying
Land At NAS ,luncheons. Since Navy Day falls skill, improve their technique, and
CONCERTS IN JAX ON 19 OCTOBERFor on Sunday, appropriate religious to keep up with the latest innovations
This '
SaturdayGeneral I services at the Station's Chapelswill in military aviation.
mark the occasion and honor Planes on display will include
Jonathan Wainwright, the first time i since 1911, the United i States Navy veterans of World War II. F6Fs, SB2CS, F4Us, SNJs, and ..i
the man who directed the last SNBs, all of which are used in the
Band from Washington, D. C., will conduct an annual Fall I Present plans do not include any
stand against the Japs in the Phil- of them
Tour this The band will of the sta- reserve program. Many
ippines early in the war and a survivor year play concerts in Jackson- parade, but the gates will be fitted with ramps along-
of the infamous Bataan ville on 19 October during the grand tour which will include tion will be thrown wide' on Sat- side so that visitors may see into
"Death March," is expected to fifteen southeastern states and more than fifty cities. urday, 26 October, for an "OpenHouse" the cockpits. In addition, air-sea
NATTC and the
land at NAS Saturday morning. by NAS, will be displayed. -
rescue equipment
I have been A. Rice
Arrangements completed by King, NARTU. .
will be
The met.
general's plane
general committee chairman of the -----
.t .tOOO by a motorcade from I' American Legion Post Edward C. I nms The unit here serves pilots air-
Starke, Fla., and with Captain DeSaussure No. 9, which is spon- crewmen and ground personnel In t
Frank T. Ward, chief of staff of : soring the Jax concerts to present the North Florida and South Geor-
the >Naval: Air Advanced Trainin them in the Fairfield Stadium at Station Fight Fans HelpBuilding gia area. It also has a Marine Air
Command, and Captain F. W 1400 and at the Duval County Ar- Detachment.The .
Priestman commanding officer of entire Reserve Training J
at 2000. Tickets for the mat-
the Naval Air Reserve Training'I mory inee performance and for the eve- Boost YMCA Fund Program is designed to have readyfor 11

Unit, General Wainwright will ning concert will go on sale soon. almost instant action a large .--.
travel to Starke to participate in group of trained men in the event
The band, heard regularly over By DOUG CIA LOCKET, S2c
,the Homecoming Veterans' Day and Mutual of another national emergency.
National Broadcasting
there. systems will present at both the crowd of over 700 wild y screaming fight fans saw the With this backlog of experienced

At the request of N, C. Wain- : matinee and evening concerts a NATTC-NAS boxing smoker promoted by Lt. Comdr. An- personnel to supplement those on
wright, the general's nephew, I variety program lasting nearly thony Ilubino and Chief Al SiC labaldi to aid the current Y. M. active duty, should America be

planes from the Naval Air Station i two hours. The numbers will include A. Building Fund drive TV esday night at the NATTCeng would plunged not into be another another case war of there"too
will take part in the ceremonies. : variations on American Folk
The refereeii John Piembo of the "
ter Auditorium. by was little, too late.
Twelve service-type craft will pro- Songs modern American .
vide a 10-minute aerial parade. and outstanding classical and sym- highest caliber, and the deci ;ions of the judges were very a. S

Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davl- phonic band arrangements aimedto fair, although the crowd disagreedwith Houston (SEA-Ell Goldbergis
Commandant of the Seventh please a discriminating audi- the judges on some of the disagreed.The the owner of one item he just
!son Naval District, will greet the gen ence of lovers of all types of mu- close contests. The judges were fight between Bernie Wit- can't use. He left a package con-
eral his arrival here. Captain sic by composers of the past and. Ross Frazier of MiamJ\ University, son an ex-professional pugilistbut taining seven white shirts on the
upon NAS Commanding Officer I present. John Landers of West Virginia now in the Navy, and Fritz I back seat of his car. When he returned .
Brady a Marine guard detachment, and Lt. Charles Brendler, USN, the University, and Sam Bergman of Sheffield, a civilian professionalwas i the package was missingand
conductor, will bring over 50 mu- Florida. one of the fights that no one in its stead was a maternity
the Air Station;; Band will also be '
present when General Wainwrightsteps sicians and seven soloists on this I Before the card started and be- Continue on Page 3) dress.
down from his plane. trip the largest number ever car- tween the bouts the Air Station
ried by the Navy Band on tour. Band entertained the crowd with CAPTAIN WELCOMES I :APTAINa
Soloists will be featured on both their fine music under the direc- _
HOSPITAL EXEC programs.The tion of Chief McMillan.In .
.,... .. d." _... present conductor enlistedin I
the first bout of the evening,
the Navy at the age of 15. At Herb Richards of Tacoma, Wash- p
that time (1913)), young men of ington, won out on a close decision -
exceptional ability were acceptedas over Toledo's Bob Hunter.
landsman for musician, a rate The fight Was fairly fast in the .
similar to today's seaman who is first two rounds but both boys
striking for a particular rating. tired badly in the third and stood
i1E'4Y'"aMwS Prior to Joining the Navy, the toe to toe throwing roundhouse
youngster was solo clarinetist in punches at one another. Hichards'
the John Wanamaker Band in were decidedly the better.
New York City and also played in
The second contest on the card Y9
the orchestra of the old Academyof
between Bob Bartlett and
Music on 14th Street In New was I
York, Tom Cantles Cantles easily out-
classed Bartlett with his sharp
He was named assistant leaderin
1937 and leader in 1012 Ills left jabs and powerful hooks and
victor at the final (
declared the
S hobby is music and its history, was .
and his memory is as retentive bell. ,
concerning incidents in the lives The next bout was a gory bat
and times of musicians as it is in tle with Bob Bompke throwing \ --
keeping their scores at his fingertips every punch in the book at Don _
I Duncan who hails from Seattle, -
4 I i Washington. At the end of the .
second round Bompke had openeda ,
Personnel Invited To cut over Duncan's eye: and when
1frA.vI the final gong sounded, the claret
Attend Chapel ServicesWith was also flowing freely from ,
Duncan's nose. Even though he
the coming of the Autumn was whipped, Duncan never stop- $t f.'I f.
k season and more comfortable temperatures ped fighting and almost upset _
C'AlTAIX BRUCE M. SUMMERS I there 'is a marked Bompke in the third stanza.
took over the duties "of crease in chapel interest and in-I' One of the best fights of the i )
executive officer of the U. S. tendance night was between Eddie Decoreof
Naval Hospital here last week I Chaplain Albert reports 38 New Jersey and Eddie Cabot :.
succeeding' Captain Joseph W. singing in the Choir at All Saints' from Chicago. It was a bruising' CAPTAIN ANTIIONY U. BRADY, NAS Commanding Officer, _
Kimbrough who was ordered to Chapel last Sunday, j' battle with first one and then left, welcomes aboard Captain F. W. Priestman, commanding officer :j
the Naval Hospital, at All who wish are cordially the other landing crushing punches. of the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit which moved here
delphia Pa. The new Phua-I ed to attend the Chapel ,A very close decision went to recently from Cecil Field. Included in the unit Is a Marine Air Detachment .
ported to Jacksonville.' enjoy the inspirational! music Invtt-I Cabot, but this was one of the The activity .will officially mark its move t* NAS ,Jax
12th Naval District. messages. fights in which some of the crowd with an "'Opel1I0use" this Sunday. S


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morning for drill and instruction march away from the hangar to start their drill. Lower leftofficers and men attached -

t of these periods found every activity I I to the VM Unit get the word on proper\ wearing of the uniform and military
I I'X that'an early end to this extra I
: tudent officers\ and instructors duty at courtesy. Lower right--looking lost in front of the vast Assembly and Repair

r right- -a group of student officers shop, naval personnel assigned to A&R were' also mustered Saturday mo ning. .
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-----.- you missed the Red Cross Track you that you had better stay out
Navy Progressing With Guided Meet in the Rec Hall. How about 1'I of the "Boon-Docks" after lights
Hospital that Wolvine's Team which won? I out. The new security patrol is
I Supersonic Missiles But Inter- Watch' for these informal Thursday I made up of some big men and they J
night affairs. have told me that they are dust

planetary Travel Not Yet Ready Chatter | waiting for some sailor theie., Itseems
that will him in
We heard that a swarm of bees I they run
(fEAYU may be a little ---- put Chief Booth and his firefighting II I and then take his girl. This is justa
premature if you get out. your was the installation of a bomb- Hy MOB DUKE, PhMJe crew to flight at last Friday's word warning..
space charts and planetary road load asd radio-controlling the : All of our statf tends a hearty weekly Site drill. What's' the matter 555
maps and start planning: your drone into another target." This'! welcome to Capt. Bruce M. Summers Chief, can't you handle a little Weather permitting, Ked Cross
summer "See Your Galaxy First" was'! the "assault drone. In World who has relieved Capt. Joseph fire and a few bees at the same
tour, even though the Navy's War II these assault drones! Inflicted W. Kimbrough as Executive' time ? This was! submitted by a plans! a County Fair for Thursday

Guided Missile Section is workingon severe damage on enemy I I Officer. Capt. Summers has quite member of the "force,"' so I cannot night in the "grove' ," but if ain
ultra-modern and installations on Rabaul. service havIng be held decides to we'll
weapons a history military responsible for the out I come, move into
space vehicles. It will be sometime Under research now by BuAerare I served In World War' with come. I the flee Hall and still have a Fair.
before such things as "satel developments concerning supersonic the 12th Division. ,In World II, he .55 t
lite vehicles, circling the earth I speeds and jet-propelled served as Senior'' Medical Officer Wednesday night it is.' In the .5 .
hundreds of miles up, like moons," (rocket, ram-jet, pu se-jet and aboard the U.S.S. Munango and as Rec Hall for dance instructionby We hate goodbyes all the time,
are a reality and from there interplanetary I' tin bo-jet) pilotless aircraft carry- Executive Officer of the U. S. :Naval Mr. Bennet sponsored by Red but this week has been one of
travel is still a seven- ing all sorts of bomb loads including A Hospital; Bainbridge, Md. He Cross. :Note the change in nights. many. First we saw :apt. Kim
--S' league step away. atomic bombs I reported here from the Philippine brough off, and now we say ""0
These vehicles, however, wouldbe An example of one of BuOrd's' Islands where he was Commanding The Shipwreck dame at the long" to the fellows who were .
the obvious offspring of planned contributions is the "Bat," a ra Officer of the Base Hospital, "O" club must have been quite an lucky enough to get on the first
Naval weapons and devices. dar-guided glider bomb, the only Olangapo, P. I. We hope Capt. affair. Go by A-3 and ask for draft which has left. here in many
fully homing missile used duringthe Summers enjoys his stay here and "Monty" Gibson and "Cutthroat" months. Wherever they go, we
war. it was more etncient than will, to the best of our ability, give Ferguson' they know. wish them lots of luck
the Japanese Kamikaze planes him our cooperation and help. 55
and would have bf't'n'E'n 5
more What about those Ward Ice This is to remind all of you that
t important had the war continued.The Did we see Dr. Neighbor givingout Cream Parties? The freezers are the location of your correspondentis
National Bureau of Stand- cigars the other day? Con- sure booked ahead of time. So gtt still in the same place. If any
ards did much of the wartime gratulations on that big: boy that
your right arm working in order of you ever have any news! just
work on the weapon. you are now the "proud papa" of. when it comes time for you to I bring it around and we will see
Twice Speed of Sound You didn't stop by the office, so, turn the handle. .
that it
gets theproper publicity.
The Navy isn't considering space we didn't get the news until it
A supersonic: ram jet engine 55 Remember, this column will be
travel as an objective, but, infor-
with a speed of 1,500 miles was stale. Shame on you! "OPEN LETTER OF THE is .
mation being: brought to light by an good only as long as there |
lesearch will eventually lead to hour, twice that of sound, hasbeen 55 WEEK" 1 news to keep it alive so bringme
developed.Over You really missed! "somp-in" if I Fellows, this is a reminder to i all the dirt.
production of the space vehicles. __ __ __ __.-L_
developedwere tsO contracts with educational -
Weapons now being
fantastic to our earthly institutions and privatelab HAVING A WONDERFUL TIME 1.

minds just a few years ago, but oratories throughout the countryare < : 'A=U __ !J N
some have already been tested and under the Office of Researchand I
1 are on.their way tq becoming important Invention's supervision. The 1
t defensive and offensive most comprehensive work of ORIis
weapons' of warfare. the investigation of physical I ,
phenomena in the atmos- s Ck. T y, ,
upper i
4 Background KH Planned
phere. High-altitude research
Anti-aircraft missiles, launched rockets, complete with scientific ,
from ships and .planes, and guided instruments, will be built and
to the target by electronic beams, launched as high as 120 miles
are only one group of weapons above the earth in the near future
being developed. Other devices are ,
Anti-submarine and anti-ship missiles i Look out, Buck Rogers! Your |I
which will dive deep and I are
weapons! becoming archaic.
speed unerringly to a fast-maneu- |I
vering target, heavy missiles I't I r5 /.
wmch. will be launched at shoreobjectives : FORMATION OF SUNDAY

by ships or submerged i isubmarinf'fl SCHOOL CLASSES WILL I
I' missije-like "drone" I J/'L1 /A II
1 planes for target practice\ as well I HE 'rt' .

'as "assault drones: which will be Navy Juniors who signedup ..
guided by remote control into the or who expect: to enroll In
target, atomic bomb-carrying pi- the Station Sunday School are _
t' lotless aircraft and radarguidedglider asked to assemble in the Small ___
/ bombs.Background. Chapel' at the corner of Birmingham ,I A..e> __
f for the developmentof I Avenue and. Muitin
these futuristic devices was well Road, at 0930 Sunday morning, I
planned Immediately after the 29 September
war the urgent requirement for The children will IN organisedInto ..
a great numbers of weapons was re- clasMfr in Milt Uf age
plaeed by just as imperative a group from S to' 15 and after I -
need for weapons many times as the opening exercises" th..yII/ ,
." effective as> those that won World go with their teachers to the
War ILThe assigned classrooms for .InMnio \

Navy first undertook expe- tiom.Ijttle. -- -- ------'...__ ..._.:z _
l .rirnents in radio-controlled airi folk of pre-Sumta TIIEIK FACES WREATHED in smiles. Chiefs, their wives, and guests: including:' Captain Anthony '
craft in JW2. "Target drones" became School! age< may be left at the R. Brady, center) applaud heartily following the rendition of a ballad by vocalist Handy Zev of the ';
the first practical application Nursery Playground while parent NATTCats at the Buffet Supper and Dance last week at the CI'O Club. Many cf the nauun' top-
i by the KJeet. The next: stepS attend C'hapftervlw*. ranking officers were special! guests at the affair I

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1 Bulletin will b" a
Space hall been filled, but Iti> lat

.er than 1000 Tuemlny. Eat: 8230. l
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ton SAM: 1

DIM While purtsbl..rwinir machine Cpl.t I ,
Hut'kon Marine Barracka.
1)141) "61 O. J{, V. IJ..rl.-I.J."i.t
Motorcycle. Nw paint job. Knit. John
W. .Shewmaker. B. l>. Q. 114.. It..._
J27 Ext. $6.t

t\t'l UU Harley>H"ld..m l MoW"" "", 74 Inch.Excellent 1
.:: ... "T\ : condition. K, J. UMi.igiianl.
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'o. ... .'t 19(0: Hukk .-....or **.I.&n.S..rl..* "44", 1
Excellent condition. Will sell to navalperaonnel
j:1'. onl,. Lt. Hart Ext. SW19Hit ( .
'\ tf LaSall sedan A-l condition. s... K.Jenaen. .
< ,w Table model" radio. Hallieraftor Sky ChamItion. .
: .. -. lour band Excellent condition.
J' t, Sr. B. O. 0. Room 11116. int. 501. JHIUItSDAY;
Hitch chair .nd baby crib with mattreaa. "SO DARK THE NIGHT" with Steven Geray. Shows at 1730,
.<': Both la good __dIYon. 1UIU Ailed. 2000.
1.l u,. NAS.
Wood or oo l heats. Good _ditl..... 1UIDAV
3734 Kiiitfjbury St. "BLONDIE KNOWS BEST," featuring Arthur Lake. Shows at

3-mu'. Maid liviaif room suite. |.9. iUG mo %01)1).
Marlon l lrel....Lak* KiH...at
I 2-I.f. living rap ault. Only I week old
Spring: cushion win uulorttd. 1JUA. "THE SHOW OFF" starring Red Skelton. Shows at 1430 1730
l' : Randolph St. NAS. 2000.
..... ... ,. One comHet bedroom Suite. Include boamiring. MONDAY
I inner-wring mattnta and bmL
__ _.,_,'; '. 1141 Allegheny Rd. W.\S. fall after "WHITE TIE AND TAILS," featuring Ella Raines. Shown at
TONY SCIIILLIZZI IS TI1K )I.who makes all those Informative I!I ITlOO 1730 2000

signs you"ee in Ship's Service. Tony never had an art lesson in ''Ihrne room.of furniture (171. AvailaU TUi.SU\Y: AND WKUNKMIAY:
i 30 September 1043. Include bed .box
Ma life yet one'of hiss oil paintings was ao good that he was offeredan pring. mnuroiu, vanity, chest uC "BACHELOR'S DAUGHTERS" starring Claire Trevor. Showsat
art scholarship In one of the largest art schools in New York I drawers, ateel br.akfa.l taU with four 1730 2000.
City. Planning to be discharged next month he will return to school I thalrea. ..i.h..., cookingulenila, G. 1.
can (H ,.1. ,
) *ven pairs curtains
anti take up commercial arts wool felt rule Itxlt; six: throw ruga.aofa Special Event
bed, arm chair cutter, "book can.,
White Hat AriistSchillizzi ?full table. odd labia utility corner table. TIIUKSUAY, S OCTOKKKLouise :
length mirror, pictures. pot planta.
etc AIM Iron bed turlngi and mattr .
.... '411. See anytime at Uit Cum
Paints Signs .e.xt.berland 4i4 Road or call C K. lownwnd, OFFICERS

Cocker Si>.ai..l. pedigree, H. month. Iced
and white .......'..1... H...... dog. playful' THURSDAY AND KKIDAY
And Posters At Mainside likci children. Harneaa and. ,....h included "THE KILLERS "
.. ItS. Ian be sees at ...,time at with Ava Gardner. Show at WOO only '
'. S4 IIR. IVwey P"rk, or cell Batten, ext. SATURDAY .
If you ever happen in Building and find yourself in ,I I U6G. "SINGING ON THE TRAIL" with J. Donnell: Show at 2000 only.
FOR S.-\LI\\: ('....u.l...... UmJroum Sui....
A little room packM to the) hilt with paintings of everything 1.I..i"c Room and Kitchen Set. Lamp, SUNDAY

imaginable signs of all kinds, and 'posters shouting their I End!: TiM, and. Colfee Table. Inqwr* i "BLONDIE KNOWS BEST" featuring Arthur Lake. Show at
at Mil I Silver Mreet. Tel. :3-OOK4-J. 2000 only.
information in bright and glorious colors, you have stumbledinto FOR SALE--r'4 Acre of land facnllllth MONDAY AND TUESDAY

the Commercial Art Shop. If you kick over a few cans J?x 2-4712 Street. in Wenconnett rla. Call "THE SHOW OFF" starring Red Skelton. Show at 2000 only.

_. of tinsel, a gallon or so of paint, and a handful of brushes, : FUR SALK-Furniture: o..Ir".lIile., WEDNESDAY
-- ihina-war 2 end tablet, coffee tablmlivlnff "WHITE TIE AND TAILS." featuring Ella Rain a. Show at
no mind. They are all over reran suite Kitchenette, varioti* 000 only. i
and other horn accenixiriea, Contact
the place, and are all part of the I Benefit Battle Scott Bi.rd 1'1 \1on' Po4io
equipment used by Anthony Schil- FOR JCKNT: EVENTS
Continued from I*& 1))
ltzi, Flc Tony, who "never took ( ge C i Furnished .......... with or without bath or KINGO
life has been could dispute. Wilson landed a kitihen privilexea. 101141 i King St.The. PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000\ at The Anchorage
an art lesson in his I I .
J .* room with bath for oxmU. \ircunditloned. ATIILK1IC F.AR-Availabl. at Mat Yorktown
In this shop for months and can left hook to the head half way I i 16,)U Pink M. Phone T7 Mustln area Avenue and
I Road. 1000-1130 and IJOO-l&iO daily and at Gear Room topside
lw seen almost any time leaningover through the first stanza and from I,: Ktirniuh race in prl..... h.....*. On Via I Bldg. 726. OSOO-1700 on work days.
his drawing board in the then on he was in complete con I line. ;irH St. J.hn Av#. tall 2-7H9'').
MODEL A1KPLAME SIIOI'-Rear of Bldg. 39 1200-2400
I open
corner trol. He staggered Sheffield innumerable I.
I WANTKIIW daily and week-ends.: Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
Service fountainare in the third
In the Ship's times
r W.\ : A ride to anJ from Stark BOWI.ING-Six alleys located In Mainside Recreation Building
signs telling the prices of everything round but could not seem to Working hour 1.$. Phone SI24 I or No 3. Alleys from 1630-2130 .
II open Mondays through
chit I Fridays; 17002100 -
: where to buy your : sew Anderson In N UTC Di.lMjr.in OfOn
the offered, or knock him down washing ",,,(hinr.. OIM baby bed and : Saturdays and Sundays. _
suite of specialties '
other information. These signs i The tight between Jim Reagan Dremmaker carriage I3M\:for Kandoliih small child St. N\tl
ant posters, were nearly all painted i of Michigan and Aaron Garcia of Ki ndoli,h St. N IS.Wanted Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
after H.wae or Apartment, furnished orvnfurnmhed 1500.:>> ,
by Schilhzzl. Working I Texas was one of those fast move with option to but fall hI),
the regular working hours he is affairs! when punch I II i MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located In
ing every -- -- --- ---- ---
Hometinios in his shop till mid I was the I thIS South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
night and has been known to be carries authority. Reagan Armes of Illinois were rematchedsince I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep-
and he used his longder
there even longer on a lush job. i bigger reach boy to, advantage to win out I '! their sparkling battle last tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radiophonograph
j week was so close Armes won his available for use of all hands.
Here and there may see
you the Texan.
second last when he
he painted, and agreet victory night LIHKARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build.
many signs I Another battle which was something : eked out the decision The boys .
other and varieties ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100
many types to watch was the contest really mixed it up and gave the Monday through Friday. Saturday
of art which came out of his I I in which Joe Bien fought Jim I spectators plenty of thrills but from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.\

snap. All over the station appear Webrec of Pennsylvania. Bien I Ia HI there were knockdowns. I SWIMMING! Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,

samples of his work, some of I southpaw and for the first The main event of the eveningwas I 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule Mon.-FrL 000-1900. Sat. 1000-1900.

which is done after we are all round his style had Webrec confused I the only tight which ended in Sun. 12001900.

&IIk I". The second set-W was much a technical knockout. Johnny Carter GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset: daily. Saturday and Sun

Tony, 21, has been drawing ever 'I the same as the first except We a professional from Jackson day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing

since his mother started giving brec solved the style near the end ville, was matched with Toby trunks prohibited on Golf Course. -

him a pencil 1 to keep him quiet.In of the round Although it looked Heed, ex-professional who is now 'IIOIC.\Ut-Opel1: daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
high school an oil paintingof I as if he had lost the tight, the in the Navy. Reed weakened Car.
I rds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
hid:: won first prize in the Museum lanky Pennsylvania started the ter in the first round with his pow Field.

of the City of New York art third with a rush and hammered erful body punching. In the second TF.NNIS-Racquet..t and balls are available at the Physical Training -

contest, and he was offered a then unmercifully and Webrec round he floored Carter fora Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
free scholarship by his school superintendent took the decision count of nine half way throughthe
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S to the largest art It seemed as though everyonein stanza and then connected I.

schooL: In New Yom k and study the Auditorium was on his feet with a haymaker to Carter's side. I STRIKER SIXTEEN ENLISTED

commercial art upon his dischargein in the next bout cheering wildlyfor Carter turned white with pain and' !
Joe Green to knock out Don collapsed to the mat. The count i
October After looking at
would wonder if he Lutes of Califoinia Green an In- reached three when the bell >und.e C1 1CJ3O -
signs" one
diana boy had the crowd on his - needs, t<> attend school. ..
I I side from the opening round when in no shape to come' out for the I TO HIGHER RATES
he hammered Kites with lefts and next round so thbout was I
Father: "The man who marriesmy rights to the body and head: He awarded to Reed I Sixteen Mainside enlisted, men
daughter will get a prize." 'exhibition of the manlyart I I were advanced to higher ratings
did the same for the second stanza -| A
Yeoman: "May I see it please! but he didn't seem to be hurting was staged by two professionals I Jin I the last two weeks: of following station
successful completion
I the Californian.! In the third Johnny Carroll and Jackie I
set-to, he practically lifted Lutes Blount with no decision made. I' examinations
A sailor, just home from a long Three men advanced to Sic,
off his feet with a crushing smashto After the card was over Lt. I .I'
cruise, lushed to a phone and I among them were W. W. Aim-
called his girl friend. In a few the stomach and only the ropes Comdr. Rubino personally thanked"B1ff"Holsteiq. i| gren, T. J. Behrens, Jr., and C. ,
held Lutes up Lutes was a setUp the boys and their manager i '
minutes he came out very bewildered I W. Land.C. .
for knockout then but theHoosier for coming out to the
"She's gonna get mauled," I I' C Dyer moved up to the rate ,
services towards
I was tired himself, base to donate their
he told his >dl, very benefit. The boxing of AM3c and M. D. Laudenslayer
and no matter hew hard he staggered I
I II K. M. Smith and F. E. Sollie we>'e
"Aw forget it, advised the pal Lutes he could not down show was a fine success and there
I I II made AMMlc B. J, Cray made
"there's lotsa gills. I him. There was no question as to wasn't a person in the audience
AerM2c. and D. J. Beckley advanced
"Yeah" replied the sailor "but I the winner. I who could I leave the fights and say
D. Willis
to TM2c. G.
she's me." Archie Tally of Detroit and Pete that he wasn't pleased by the card. was
gonna marry -. .- promoted to SKV2c and H. T.
Lawson became CPRA).

\\1 STALEMATE l1y Harold Jones, SI Figures Two men attached to IATU were
.. advanced one notch--D. D. Bank

.. I son who moved up from Sic to

AMM3c and R. T. Lyons who advanced

H wo ) -- MAKE from AMM3c to AMMZc.
l l Squadron VSB (ATU No. 1)) also

I had two changes.R. L. Jackson, 1

Jr.. who moved front AMM2c to

, AMMlc, and A. Weiss who was

i changed from AM3c to AMM3c.

W. S. Dyment pf Squadron VO/ :

VCS was advanced from AMMZc
I .
e to AMMlc e
I .

Oakland Md. (SEA) Thieves

broke into the kitchen on the Oakland -

" Golf Club and stripped it of

its dishes curtains chairs and

tables. Ih fact they took everything r.

F&aold Tes: but'the-gad! they took the

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1EfJ.l 5 : I Poetic .LicenseNAVY I IT'S A TOUGH LIFE Dy Sleeves

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Editorial Office DOUBLE TALK"You'll '
South Wing, Lower Deck, Bldg. 930 'tJ
l'' <*pnoae Bk tension", B542: be sorry," is the greeting,
That all sailors call
Arthur M. Greene, Editor \ when meeting,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the New boots when at first they enter

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida at no Any Naval Training Center.
expense to the government and in compliance wit]h
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 May 1915. Copies If you've always lived ashore, i
are, distributed free of charge at the Naval Air ,
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Centel three words, not many more,
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training ((1 Will be all you' understand,
Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval l English here, I, guess i is banned.
District., Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, I r
the Naval Air and U. S. Naval
Gunnery Range the
Hospital. So forget your mother tongue, I
These are strangers you're
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Dnvlson. t ta
Commandant, Seventh Naval District Nothing like your home abode,
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Tra.ning;
All the talking here's in code.

Captain Anthony R. Brady. L'SN. Commanding s
Jacksonville Naval Air Station What once was bed is now a sack,.

Bow and stern not front and back
Captain Howard V. Hopkins USN Commanding
Naval Air Technical lialnlng Center Those are bulkheads never walls,
It's passageways instead of-halls.
I Captain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding! ,
U. S. Naval Hospital
That's the deck and not the floor, ;
q' Lt Co). Alexander A.Marine Vandecrift Barracks, Jr., USMC, Commanding Those flags are used for Semaphore, I :
Not hurry up, but on the double,

Captain R. R. Brlner, USN, CommandingNaval Fouled up means you're in trouble. t _
Air Gunnery Rang

Port and starboard fore and aft
Lt. William H. Looney. Jr., VSN Commanding ,
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field Ballast, cargo, tonnage, draft, I ""I'd bite It-but 1 don't know whether it's his or mine."

Sick bay, galley, bridge and brig, '
J Cit.Marine Alexander Aviation M. DetacnnientTO Hearn, USMC Dingy, dory, punt and gig. :
i l dl I BOOK SHELFOne I

JAX AIR NEWS receive. Shlp'a Editorial Association ma Amidships, topside, go below, :
I' terial. Republication oft credited matter prohibited without
permission of SEA: Washington 25, D. O. Republication of another And plenty more you'll never know, i of the recent shipments of
matter, except by aervlce publication, l I. prohibited F VE i
without permission of Editor JAX AIR NEWS.Navy'Repatriates If you lose your way don't show it, I pr oy : books at the station library contained -,
You can be there and not know it. I a number of provocativeworks
I 13y WINNIE JONES which will bear thoughtful

Though your nomenclature's faulty, Tonight Bldg. 720 invades Bldg. reading.There. ,
716. In other words, there's an-
Cheer up, Mac, you'll soon be salty, other WAVES party over at Wel- FEAT by Percy Knauth, who was!!
'l I know now it sounds like Greek, fare. From 1900 to 2200, the usual a foreign correspondent for Life' '
(SEA)-More than four million Asiatics Me? Oh I've been here a week good spirits which invade these and Time magazines. He reports
have already been transported hundreds of -Author Unknown. parties will reign supreme. There on conditions In Germany immediately -
miles in the Navy's" mass passengercarrying will be varied features of entertainment following allied Victory. His
It' and repatriation program and, when the to suit your fancies and descriptions of Buchenwald, Berch-
gigantic task is completed 31 December, a whims besides the food and the tesgaden and Berlin give the reader -
better of the
additional attraction listed on the a understanding
'. total of 5y million persons, including Japanese <1 flyer sent to each of you. Come problems of occupation. Also on
t repatriates and displaced Chinese and play games for prizes shoot pool Germany there is THE LAST
Koreans, will have been returned to their News ondVieiDs f rarnStaforII dance, sing, talk-In short, come PHASE by Walter MIllis. This
r- homelands. enjoy yourself at another of these publication was originally Intended -
.s c 'j's.r lS &A / renowned "get-togethers." for distribution in Germany in
Passengers now are being carried in Jap- connection vfith the Allied efforts
Speaking for WAVES PT and
anesemanned but U. S.-operated or con- Welfare, we remind you of the at the reeducation of the people,
trolled amphibious craft and Liberty ships, date for closing our pool. On 1 so in co /equence It is slanted to
as well as former Japanese naval vessels. There is a story about a great Indian October scheduled watches cease attract f- German audience.
t.' The first phase of the operation employ- tribe that I would like to share with the but, and this will comfort you, it Karl ndreevieh Kray- henok's I
: readers of this column. It concerns a chief may be opened on request it the CHOOSE/ FREEDOM Is( the persona
J.r HOMEWARD BOUND of this particular tribe who was its chief because weather is suitable. When it's aoffs/ and political life of a Soviet
I "swim" day, call Ext. 8289 and a ial who deserted and placed
he was the smartest man in the guard will watch while you splash.A hi /self under /protection of
whole nation. Any time that another mem- second change in the present tle people of the United States. It
ber of the tribe wanted to be the chief, he program is the announcement thatBldg I la a bitter charge/against the So-
1 716 will be to viet regime. ANIMAL FARM by
was privileged to match his wits with the
WAVES and their George Orwell / s the allegoricaltale
head of the tribe. If he he the guests Tuesday, of the
won, was new Thursday, Saturday, and Sundey l sue essful revolution of
chief.At evenings until 2100. The former farm animals/ hick represents the
a certain time, there was a strong, rules on wearing of the uniformare Bolshevik volutlon. As one reviewer -
still in effect. hassaid, it might have ..
handsome brave who thought that he shouldbe been considered light-hearted
the chief. He thought about the matter a You remember Mitch a fo/mer amusem t in the time before the
great deal, and finally decided on a way to MAA. Well, she's now a SpV) mb, but today It is bit-
and she sends this humor
outwit the old chief. He would hold a bird her new assignment.good She w/rd on ter to contemplate the na-
IS ture / f man as Is revealed under
in his hand so that only the beak was visible. tioned at'Moffett Field, near Oak- the icommunlst system.
Then he would ask the old chief what it was. land, Cal., working in the NATS Then

x When the chief would say, "It is a bird," Terminal, but three or four timesa /resources about, Louis this country'e Bromfield natures seta

the brave would ask, "Is it alive, or is i it orderly month! It she is flies an understatement to Honolulu as forth sis views in A FEW BRASS

dead?" Then, he reasoned, he would have the to say she is tickled pink, Wherecan ,TACKS.. He is opinionated but

.. chief, for if he said, "It is dead," he would you send her your condolences / readable.To
Jap ex-sailor salutes U. S. colors.) ? To get into a lighter vein, there
open his hand and let the bird fly away. Andif Agnes Mitchell, WAVE
he said "It is alive he would crush i it Quarters, NAS Moffett Field. is a new book by S. J. Perelman .
ed U. S. amphibious craft and crews and was Another called KEEP IT CRISP, which ill '
flying SpV( ) from
\ carried out by the Seventh Fleet from No- in his powerful grip. Js Mary Ziegler. "Ziggie" flies Jax full of humor and burlesque at the

: vember 1945 until April 1946. Nearly 500- The old chief accepted the challenge, the famed "Hotshot," the non-on expense of the movies, advertisers,
000 Japanese, Chinese and Koreans were and the brave confronted him in the centerof stop flight from Washington D. pulp magazines, and others.
J. repatriated. The second and major phase, in- a circle of the wise men of the .tribe. In C. to Moffett Field. She also goes THE For HIDDEN the mystery fans there I ill
his hand the brave held bird through Jax on a southern route PORTAL by Weston -
a so only
'j I volves. Japanese-manned ships and was be- from D. C. to Moffett. Her ad- TWO FACED MURDER by
; gun about the same time. the beak was visible. He said, 0 Chief, what dress is Barracks 404, NAS Patux- Leslie, THE TROUBLE AT TUR-
The fleet consists of 285 vessels, includ- have I in my hand?" The chief, recognizingthe ent River Maryland. The remain- KEY HILL by Kathleen Knight, ;
I 85 LSTs 100 beak for what it was, said, "A bird." ing three of the five girls sent Sale's BENEFIT PERFORM '.'
ing Liberty ships and 100 for- ANCE
and a new one Frances
to the by
Then the brave asked, smiling in his self- Transport Airmen Schoolat Crane
mer Japanese vessels. called THE
confidence, "Is it alive, or is it dead ?" Patuxent are working in NATS MURDER. CINNAMON.
All costs of the repatriation operation Terminals
only. Margaret "Lew"Llewellyn
I The old chief hesitated. He had not been
are borne by the government. is at Norfolk, at WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA for
f Japanese chosen head of that tribe for nothing. He WAVES Barracks, while Margaret 1946-47 has also been received.
knew the scheme that was in the brave's Glover and this reporter are, or -

# mind. Finally he spoke in a solemn voice, course, back at good ole Jax. you imagine 5'3" Llewellyn in 5'7"
No More A-Bomb Tests "It's up to you. If you wish it to be alive, From their reports of Patuxent Zeigler' skirt? The one redeem-

it is alive; and if you wish it to be dead, it i is and the school can be pictured ing feature was that it covered
(SEA)___All preparations for the third dead." many an amusing sight. The gals most of her sagging rayons.At .
atom bomb test slated to be held in Bikini were required to wear stockings.
1' Each of is that brave before
one us standing And, with true Jax upbringing
lagoon" in. :March, 1917, have been "can- the old chief. The bird in our hand is they had gone unprepared. Result ,

; celled, Vice.Admiral W. II. P. Blandy, USN, our own life, our own future, our own char- -two pairs of rayons. The difficulty St".tl..Pn lr"t'ICnl'1 .e)

in charge of the tests, announced as word acter. The question is asked, "Is it alive, or they had arose from the fact that the ChapeU, .
no means of
f came that the President had indefinitely it is dead ?" And the answer is always, "It's They ferreted out dead support elastic Road and Muttin Avtnv*
postponed the deep underwater Protestant
to and
rubber bands
up you. and there the
In a formal announcement, the White Chaplain William R. Stevenson.The trouble or fun began. The foldsat 0730 E.-Holy W. Andrew.Communion Chnplnln

i House listed the fact that "information ob- the ankles, the balloons at the 0930-.NATTO Servlce-Cbai/Wn/ E. W. j,
I tained from Tests A and B, together with troubled world situation, coupled knees and the general "elephantitis" Andrews. ,

I :, knowledge derived from the original experimental with the inability of the world powers to the Jax effect gang about the legs made 1045 Albert.Divln Service.Chni'Wn F. 1.

'" test in New Mexico and from study agree upon a suitable handling of the whole routine was step,outstanding.pull, step, yank The, Catholic .

f" I 1. of the results of the explosions in Hiroshima atomic energy problem, may provide the answer step, step step, swoop-,all performed 000 0000--Ma Mu..... i,
,,' and Nagasaki, will enable our scientific and to the desire on the part of the U. S. with nonchalance and 1100-Mnu. sSuedny ;.
I habit. The saddest fact is S,'hool. mull Ch Dl..
military experts to make a proper evalua- for secrecy about the atom bomb. once they did take that 0930-Chi.ilaln W, R. tennllOn, .
J' tion of the effects of this weapon" without The President listed "invaluable assistance ,, "things", the girls continued off the to An Outdoor Nursery for unnll chilclr..n .'
the need of a third test. of the civilian scientific personnel and bend and yank. They also had to and 1200.)I. maintained between 0000 ."C

Other possible reasons for the indefinite inter-service cooperation" as major factors ,wear blues all day. That wasn'ttoo Week-day Religlooi Service

I postponement of; the final test included economy in achieving the "unqualified success" of the each much trouble except that Jewish KeUrloni Service and
< ., pad only about 2 shirts and Fellowship SourFildny
l. and secrecy. entire operation. LEW had taken no blues. Can In the Small Chapel.I -

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Administration and Personnel -
" l''
by Mal Butler We welcome two

.., chance for Engineering to read

. / I Separa-tion some good news for a change.

" Let's have some co-operaticn for .j

ence Section. We hope they will some news from everyone. 'f
i be as beneficial to that departmentas We don't want to forget Walt ,

;; I they were to the Separation Fletcher Is back from his vacation -

.:; Center. Good luck in your new To make his time count, he !.

" I work went to Jax Beach and lay out in

.. We are also saddened with the the rain. Did you have a good
w news of one of our most popular time, Walt?

employees leaving uS Friday, the Don Ragin, after being back
27th of September. I speak of Jes- from the Marines a short time, Is

f sie Miller She is bound for Cali- taking leave to go to school Let's ."
: fornia (she says to help the Cham- brush away the cobwebs, get out

i .,r'! j' ber of Commerce against good ole I the slide rule, and go to work,
./ ," -..,;..., Florida), In our sorrow we wish' Don. Good luck.Engineering .
' "I her the best of luck and may she has in the making a

'J be blessed with all good things bowling team which is being man-

that could be had. aged by "Buz' 180" Gabriel Julius
I I have noticed from past issuesof i Gamache of the Drafting Section.

the Jax Air News that no men- Anyone with an average better

, L ... tion has been made of our two than 100 or Buz, should see him.
new WAVES, Irene Nagel, ACMM, Anyone wanting to know the

tJ' THE STATION TYPEWRITER SHOP, located in Building 136, is a beehive of activity, as any vis- and June Dougherty, Sic. Irene whereabouts of Clancy Lamb during

itor would soon discover. In this one small room all of the thousands of typewriters, calculators and Just reported recently from the the day should come down

other office machines here are maintained and repaired. Pictured, left to right, are C. R. Turner, Jim- Hawaiian Islands, and June reenlisted and watch him moving those big

my Merkel, C. L. Davis and A. G. Riehle. A, W. Moats, supervisor, leaning through the wicket at the I in the Navy. She hails file cabinets inTech.. Files. What

extreme. right, was too busy listening to a complaint to get in the picture. from Pittsburgh. Guess she just did-you say your rate was, Clar-
wanted to south for the
-- come ence?

winter. Edward Holland took off abouta

CARELESSNESS INCREASES WORK Public Works To Engineering Division by FredE. month ago to go to college. This

Cline.-Engineering's little fam- week we see him back at the grind.

[ Vote Again For ily group is growing by leaps This housing is sure a problem.
and bounds. Seven Navy men and Welcome back Edward.
Shop CommitteesAnother lone civilian have been added. This Planning' Division by Mattie

I brings the total naval personnel to Wood-Planning Division is well

. The typewriter shop, as it's commonly known to most Shop Committee Election i twelve. That's counting Don Kim- represented In the Station Civilian
i mel who is supposed to be attached
Is scheduled for the employeesof Golf Club with Chief Hintz as one
NAS does not confine itself the
clerical employees at to repair -
j jto Administration.
the Public Works Department of the leading players. Keep up
;., of typewriters alone. Although it maintains approximately Monday inasmuch as less than 60 I John Edwards, Edmund Hall, the good work, Frederick.

, 2,500 typewriters, calculators, adding machines, mim- per cent of the department's employees Bill McFarland, Jim Martin and John Nazal returned last week

eograph machines and other office appliances are repaired voted in the statlon-vvide i Charles Owen are all connected from Columbus, Ga. where he was
to Tech Files
month called Gladto
I election held last on an emergency trip.
there. i The new civilian who is connected -
Regulations require that at least see you back again.
"iia'ned; and -- ----- -- --
by five mechanics j with us works with Earl Par-
50 per cent of the employees must Among the"people who attendedthe
: one helper, the shop handles 600 due His name is Bill Haire He is
'il InspectingThe cast ballots in order for an election engineering Friday the 13th
'.' service calls and repairs, just on I to be .valid. an ex-Army man who was a ser- party were many from Planning

4, typewriters each month. Many of II In order that shop committees II geant in the infantry.The Division. For the benefit of those

/ these repairs, the shop asserts, mad best serve their purpose, all Engineering Division wel- who were unable to attend ask
caused by the carelessness of I' comes all these new employees and
are ,employees are urged not only to Harland Lewis, Charles Hoffman,
:', personnel. Typical examples are I Inspectors I I cast their ballots In the coming wishes them good luck. Lorraine Lowry, or Robert Mc-

/ typewriters and other equipmentnot I election, but to utilize the committees I In case the question has come Lendon, better known B.S Marry-

properly coveted at the end }Jy HELEN BURNETTE fully afterward. into the minds of the staff, Louis ing Sam, if Friday the 13th is a

of the work day. Some people, it I :Mrs. Helen Styron, chief clerk, | It is important to rememberthat 'St. Petery has been with Engineering lucky or unlucky day.

':' "was stated, even fail to close win- is back at her desk after a three { Shop Committees represent I since April 1, 1941 You Lorene Wood of Personnel and

" dows during storms and allow the weeks vacation. Mrs. Styron spent ALL employees of a department'I didn't have any April Fool jokes Mattie, her sister, in Planning Di-

.n' rain to soak their machines. her vacation in Miami and North and not trades alone, since the I pulled on you, did you, Louis? vision spent last week-end at their

I' A. W. Moates supervisor of the Carolina-from the warm, salty I working conditions in a particular I We have a man who is connected home in Monticello, Florida. Some

hop, has had 17 years of experience breezes of Miami to the cool and department are shared irrespective with overhaul control who is little town, ugh!

in the repair of office equip- refreshing mountain climate of of trade. j working v'th: Engineering now. There has been rumors that A&R

', ment and has been employed at North Carolina. We know she en- Candidates for Shop Committeemen His name is C. S. Hoard. Have office force will begin new working -

NAS for 14 months. Mr. Moates joyed every minute of the time. are R. L. Duguid, A. B. you run Into that office-shop> con- hours from 8 o'clock until

emphasized that a little thought- Needless to say, the Department Holmes, Henry C. Melzer Jr., I flict yet, Charles? 1630.: Speaking for myself, I

" fulness would eliminate a lot of welcomes her back most heartily, George D. I"alrcloth' Nicholas Fel- Our reporter for Engineeringwhile think it's-'a wonderful Idea. But

work. He pointed out that the shop and sighs of relief may be heard der, D.'l R. Cameron, J. II. Dixon I'm on leave will be the office force will begin new wcrk-

does not provide a regular mainte -for now the routing of the mail I f!_ Geiger. Elmer N. Swanson I great Tom McLaughlin Here's a various others disagree.

nance schedule such as examin- and all the main details efficiently ,-So A. Whittington, Alonza l -T.

ing and servicing all of the sta handled by Mrs. Styron will be well Hall, Johnnie Leavins, Robert Tot- il

tion's typewriters each month. To taken care of again. man,.. A. R. Illlderbrand and Ar- I More Group II, SUPPLY

overcome this, and to prolong the Inspector Frank V. Moriarty hasa thur W. Wilds. r/

life of the equipment, he urged problem and he doesn't know ; Employees Receive
in matter John hides his
'" prompt reporting of all malfunctions just how well he- is going to be no where sALLiE5
, lunch. And wonder! Have
, no you
and breakdowns. able to handle the situation. His Periodic Pay Boosts
taken into his lunch
ever a peek
, When need of repairs arises son, Major Vail :Moriarty, who has
box? indeed.E. .
Very appetizing
should immediately call been stationed overseas for I
persons ap- A sizeable number of NAS employees -
O. Carter
In En-
extension 325 and ask the trouble proximately three years, is return- has, inspector in Groups II and III po- i#
gine-Build-up, been transferred
I desk operator to send out a ing to the United States and I sitions received administrative pay
along with the shop to En- CLARA E. SPEER
Minor repairs with him his lovely wife, By
typewriter repairman. bringing Overhaul increases this week. Among those
gine Division. The Air- I
are made on the spot while a native of France. Of course, craft Overhaul's loss is receiving the increase were helpers The complexion of the Supply

major ones and cleaning jobs require Mr. Moriarty and the entire fam- Overhaul's but we'll Engine as well as mechanics. Seventyof Department has radically. changed

that the machine be movedto ily are anxiously awaiting the ar- miss Ernest gain and, he surely likes them were from the A&R De- since the first of the year. Insteadof
rival of both. However, of great hope so officers and girls, we
the typewriter shop. working in the new division partment, nine from Public Works, many
The shop was previously locatedIn concern to Inspector Moriarty is Brown and 15 from Suply. see many veterans, easily distinguished -
Inspector that he
A&R but has been transferredto the fact that the newly-weds are visited Inspector reports Patterson Assembly and Repair Margaret by the spread eagle in the
takes their pet dog in advanceof recently lapels of their coats. By now they
Public Works. It now sending
and "Pat" is getting along M. Beck, Jean R. Blanton,
all their arrival. The Moriartys have adjusted themselves and have
care of office equipment for very nicely. You will remember Thelma L. Bradley, Lee Bridges,
commands the base as well as now have seven kittens and one found their place among their fel-
on I "Pat" had an operation on his James L. Bundy, Eloise J. Camper,
"Rascal" and In- low-workers. Hasn't it been won-
special pet dog, ,
outlying fields. knee some three weeks ago. We Hazel S. Cartright, Charlie E.
is wondering if derful when a sudden rain came
spector Moriarty hope it won't be too long beforehe Clark, George Curry, Francis B.
he should advertise for an interpreter up to have men around to close
will return to work. Fitzgiles, Mary L. Gray, Isaiah
I been windows and when wanted a
"Rascal" hasn't ; we
INSIDE"PUBLIC as We, extend a hearty welcome to J Greene, Gertrude Harrison, Con-
taught French and the French couple of steel desks removed, to
Margaret Roberts, attractive stant A. Hartenstine, Daisy D.
WORKS i dog won't be able to speak Eng clerk-typist in the Engine Over- Hawkins, Edith E. Hunter, Eva M. have our very own veterans pitchin
if the I and shove them around withoutado
lish. He's also wondering
haul Inspection office-and sin- Jackson, Norris L. Jackson, Julius
new doggie will acclimate himselfto cerely hope she Neal R. Barlar, EmilioT. instead of having to make ar-
enjoys Florence
WALPOLE workingwith
; VIRGINIA for four to
: the life of an dog. rangements porters
;' us.Everything. I Brickson, Paul Greene, HerbertO.
:.;f*.V" Olive's' newsiess week seems to We are all anxious to hear the seems to happen at I Goodwin, Richard I. Lanier, move a few desks? More recentlywe
: be asr .continuous as this rainy outcome, Mr. Moriarty, but cau- see in our midst a few seamen.
once, doesn't it, Mr. Marable? We Walter H. McSwain, Lloyd B.
we've been having. Mrs. the "Good It's to
weather tion to remember an interesting sight see
you hope your visit to the Ear, Eye, Rhodes, Adel T Spivey, ClementL.
in Maintenance, lined lib-
down them for their
i Perkins, Neighbor Policy. up waiting
Nose and Throat Specialist doesn't I Taylor, Annie H. Triechel, Ron-
comes through with a few Verner attractivetime erty cards. We are struck by their
always Sara our
mean that you have all these ail- old B. Couture, James C. Kelly,
items from her section, is "sweating"out extreme It seems!
interesting clerk, really youth. really
ments. But remember, "A stitch in Arthur R. Chance, Braxton Love,
is vacation, which no November 11th Armistice good to see so fresh mascu-
enjoying a : the many ,
nine" Lester Stanton, George B. Smith,
i doubt accounts for some of the I Day Holiday and is counting the line faces scattered all around the
Another newcomer to the de- Lester H. Stowers Georgia M.
scarcity.Jeff until she leaves for Charleston building.. Most of the seamen are
days partment, W. H. Tood, ACRM, has Sykes, Mitchell T. Walthour,
1.lIms-the man behind the S. C., where she plans to visit been just beginning their great adven-
assigned to the RadarRadiogroup. Claude W. .Warnock, Mary C.
mustache-is also on vacation in I ture in the while most of
Dr. and Mrs. Furman, very good A I' Navy,
hearty welcome to you, I Whitson Bride Williams, Mary S.
South Florida, and Ethel Huffmanis friend of hers. To visit a girl our veterans have seen combat
Chief, and we hope you will enjoy Ziegler. Mae E. Del Valle, RobertL.
manfully carrying on in his ab- friend, even a very particular one, inspecting with us. Bembry, Ralph K. Braswell, duty. Whether our veterans par-
with the assistance of a new excited ticipated in holding down the home
as -
sence, couldn't possibly get one Ornie L. Griffen, Sr., Collie E. I
fellow-Joe Sistrunk. Maintenancealso as Sara is, and wet are won- Hone 'cutt, Clarence W. Isgett I I front, in creeping up the sands of
welcomes Mary Rogers, from dering if this is the real reason Navy Disestablishes Gaspard E. Lloyd. James W. Mills ,Normandy Beach, crawling
Center into the fold. How aboutit I(I through the jungles of Guadal-
Separation she is making the trip 2,267 Shore Activities I Sr., Eddie L. Miller, Lillie P.
And of on, canal, or the cliffs
speaking carrying you Sara? Thomas, Rosena Baldwin, JamesR. scaling at Iwo .
should see R. R. Brogden, Inspec- The lunch boxes, or lunches in I (SEA-The Navy has disestablished I Carter, John W Heath, Marie Jima, we are glad to have them ,(.I

tion, scowling over a stack of pap- paper bags, which you see hanging 2,267 shore activities, in- W. Hicks, Herbert L. Kirkland, I with us. We are also hapy to have

ers in the absence of C. O. Love- from various places in the Aircraft cluding 147 overseas bases, and Susie E. Lambert, Nathaniel Lowe, I the seamen with us in Suply. We
land who is on the Officeare salute them all!
vacationing Overhaul Inspection
has declared otherwise Pleas
surplus or A. McSwain, Lottie S. Mar-
West Coast. 'i iUnderstand not childish pranks. They are made available 5.4 billion dollars tin, Rufus I. Moore, Ada I. Rig- Anna Conrad requested that this
"Stoney" is spend- really J.V. Stancil's way of hid- I medium be used to express her
worth of material, including ships Bins, Marie H. Wigins, Florian
ing considerable time in Maintenance ing his lunch from the pesky little and aircraft, since -he surrenderof Fisher, James L. Gray, Julian thanks and deep appreciation for
now. (They say the new girl ants who seem to be able to creep .the many cards and kindnesses ex-
Japan.On Gray, Jasper N. Gresham, Jr. Es-
is !1)What's -. .- tended to her in her
pretty recent bereavement

-V-J Day, 5,217 activities in tee Spencer and John T. Willis.
ever become of Mr. Hart- sign Section. You see, we just ; also to say good-bye
when folks get the. United States and 284 overseas Public Works-Elbert R. Hayes, to all
, ley who used to switch the lights, don't know you her friends.lie .
, on and off in the Ad Building married and have new Income tax bases were in operation. William L. Hobby, James K. "

every morning-we haven't seen deductions and go on fishing trips Material worth 3.7 billion dol- Thrower, Willie Thomas, Daniel E. McNeal, Tom Brown,Harley

him around in weeks? unless someone gives us a tip, all lars was declared surplus in the Macon, Edward A. Roberts, Lock- McMillan, Henry L.' Nelson, Lon-

Say, how about some of you of which boils down to a news column United States, while 1.7 billion dol- lin M. Scheffer, Leroy W Amy nie Baldwin, Woodrow Burton,

folks who happen 'to read this col- without news-which, of lars worth of overseas property and Abe Pinkney. Marshall Mclver Lamar Pierce,

umn rounding tip some news and course, is. bad. How about ,some was declared surplus or otherwise Supply-porsey C. Layman, Al James Speight, Harold R. Thomas P-

phoning it In-extension 669De- help, huh ? made available. Brown, Wil- Jim Walls and Jim Blake.l' .


f Page Six '

-_-..-. .--- O. O. D. MATT1IS : Smoker

Well Attended 'J

Witnessed by several thOu."an.

a cheering fans the Tuesday, Sep
tember 17 Smoker held in the

WHAT TO DO/ WHERE TO OOl Boxing Arena again proved Its
worth in NATT Center boxing
circles. There were ten fast mooing
bouts, and 7 of then ended in
hard fought decisions for the victors -

with the other three goingto
NATTC a draw. No TKO's were recorded -,
for the evening, 'much-to,,thtf,'.
THURSDAY"THE PLAINSMAN." starring Gary Cooper and disappointment of lhev "T>lobuV "
Jean Atthur. Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000. 4 thirsty" crowd. AU,.'of,' he bouts '

FRIDAY AND: S.Tl'nU."n I'M LUCKY" with Carmen were three round aff;hjr-: ,fJ >*

Miranda and Harry James. Shows at 140, 1730 and 2000.\ Pete Arms 'lWl/ar'-.aii(T .'' '. .

Stf n.\"GALLANT JOURNEY" featuring Glen Ford and Archie Talley of Yellow? Waster '. 'V t
Janet Blair Shows at 1400 1730 and 2000. fought In'the featucet-.attnetlo t ;,, *
MONDAY\ AND TUKSI1AY--"THE KILLERS," with Ava Gardnerand a 5 + of the evening with*'Arms takihgJiT?. "*>'

Butt Lancaster. Shows at HOI}, 1730 and 2000.WKDNK.SDAY the decision. Pete held the 'Jul' ;

: : "SINGING ON THE TRAIL." with Jeff Donnell vantage nearly all the way takIng -
and Ken Curtis. Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000. an easy victory, though Tally
was throwing leather from the
KNOWS BEST. starring! Penny first bell to the last one.
Singleton and Arthur Lake. Shows at HOI, 1730 and 2000.
Herb Reichert (IAF 091 and Bob
Yellow Water Hunter AF 09)) opened the nigh i
events with Reichert .d clsionlnW1!::

THURSDAY-NO SHOW. Hunter. The boys were fairly even-
ly matched! starting: the evening
starring John Garfield and Geraldine l< ttzg..raJSlJ \ "" '\c f ., off right.
-' Bob Bomke (A FOOl) proved too)
l\ ="THE PLAINSMAN." starrimf-Gary Cooper and Jean "' strong for Jim Jarvis ( AOM) in

Arthur. the second bout winning handily, I

MONDAY AND TUKSDAY-"IF I'M LUCKY" with Carmen Miranda '1( "' ,land Don Danaan ( AOMBI and
:and Harry James.WKDNKSDAYGALLANT. i \ .' --- Bud Benhayon ( AF 07) fought to
: : : \ JOURNEY" : -\... a draw in the third match.
featuring Glen Ford
and Janet Blair.Tlll'RSIAYNO. Billy Green ( AF 05: > and Don

t SHOW. I Lutes lAF 051 also fought to a

,. standstill in the following match.
The Jim Webrec (AF 09)) Don
I J THINGS TO DO-ABOARD Ens. O. W. Shahan Cottrell (AF 03)) match was the

I i highlight of the evening provedby
} IIOKKY SHOP Monday through Friday 170o.a He hail from Morgantown, West Virginia, just for the the loud cheering throng. The

) S 2130 Saturday 1300-2130. New location in Bldl:. 414, records and after looking him over from head to toe, you get show stealing event was won by
Wing No. 1. I
Instructors on duty for leather craft, the impression that it wouldn't be the safest thing for Webrec.
model airplanes, and plexiglass. Tomas Colley (A F OS) decis-
J1KRK: HALL-Open nightly 1730-2130. I if you were to meet him in a dark alley, providing he was mad loned Mark Kochevar (AF OIJ)

and inside areas. Sandwiches and snacks available.OFF.ICKKS' Outdoor. :: at you, that is. He is the new Permanent Officer of the Day, in bout No. 6 Carl Passman barely

U. ; and his name is Ensign 0, W. Shahan, though he is probably eked out a decision over Dar-
nOOMIn auditor. AF 09) in the three
I rell Fouch ( )
hum open daily ping and and i known more familiarly as "The OOD.:
able. pong pool lounge avail- action packed rounds alloted them I II
I Ensign Shahan assumed his: duties din the seventh match and Tony
HI)" USG-Six alleys behind Ship's Service as Permanent O.O.D. seltem-I I AIRCRAFT INST. SCHOOL Compagnone (CTO) punched his
able to all personnel Monday through I her 13 replacing Lt. way through to a victory over Pete
I700-21UO.' Free bowling I if you set your own Dachs. Besides his present duties OUTING AT KINGSLEY Lang of Yellow Water, getting his
Irk,< a line for pin boys. availI of Permanent O.O.D. he is I decision by a shade.

MODKI: AlKI'LANK CLUB (NATTC Alrd also the Division Officer for O. G.// BEACH HUGE SUCCESSThanks Refreshments were furnished to ,

Meets Saturday morning at 1030 in Auditorium D. S.Ensign. to the untiring effortsof all and no doubt the success of
are due to the
Shahan's duties I the evening was coo
BU.LKOO.M DANCE: CI.ASS--Every Monday and I one Chief R. W. Barrett of
,, many but let us try and give you operation of the Welfare Recrea-
A Wednesday at the Hostess House. Beginners class an idea in brief just what they Aircraft Instrument "B" School, tion and Physical Training Depaitments. -
1900! to 2000. Advanced class, :2000 to 2100.SWIMMING are if they can be given briefly. the students and Ship's Companyof .
the school had a first clast pic- -_. -- -. -- -
)) -Pool NI). Recreation for WAVES. The O.O.D. is the officer on nic last Saturday. September 21. School was! present lending just

.. WAVE! Oaken Couples Family Groups Children watch in charge of NATTC. He is The picnic was held at Kingsley the right air to the proceedings.

must be accompanied, by parents Monday through responsible. for the good order and Beach and everyone thoroughly ,|I: The picnic was sponsored by
Saturday 090* to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. i security of the Center and all personnel enjoyed themselves. After all, Welfare and Recreation Department -
i subject to the Command why shouldn't they with the picnic of NATTCenter.
I'O01.o.< ;2-For Male Personnel 1 Enlisted the
only- ing Officer's orders excluding including swimming, boating, 'i I .
and Officers Monday through Friday, 0900 to 1100, Executive Officer and Senior Duty BEER pop, food, BEER music, AS: What kind of lipstick do
1200 to 1100. 1500 to 1600 and 1700 t() 2100. Saturday !I Officer are under his orders. The and BEER. you like best on a girl
0900' tJ :2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. O.O.D. is kept informed >f all Commander Conger. Commanding i i S2: Oh, it's just a matter of
Important matters Officer of the Instrument'' good taste.
COM'-Station Course, daily from 1000 to sunset. t rious activities concerningova'i ._-.-. -
-- -- --- - -- -'- ---
Saturday; and Sunday from 0900-1700. Open to all NATTC area, PRESIDENTIAL CITATION

-" personnel. Clubs available at Gear Locker in South- His responsibilities, duties, and _. r e w ,',,.eev4
Side of NATTC Auditorium. authority are similar to those of '\ "" "" .
Monday through Saturday >"t' ,, .. .
1000-1700. Sunday 10301700. the Officer of the Deck afloat. He .? .\'_., .
also prescribes the uniform of the 1; } : .-
:1" '
Mt; 1"
-Anyone interested in the NATT
Ir "f joining: day: must eat in the Enlistedmen's .
} Cats Orchestra, contact T. F. Raye at Barracks 465. '
Mess, and report any unsatisfactory a
TKNNISRacquets: : and balls available at Physical conditions to the Ex-

a Training Bldg. 513. ecutive Officer in case of fire he

I /.trft HOSTESS: IIOUSK'-O'peii: daily 1500 to 2100. Saturday must, take charge of operationsuntil

.-ulllJJ. ; and Sunday 1100\ to 2100. For NATTC enlisted relieved by the proper higher

personnel, relatives and guests. authorities.

Ensign Shahan enlisted in the -
NAT(( LIBRARY- Located in Auditorium Open -
I Monday through 'rlday0930 to 2100' ; Saturday and Navy as an Apprentice\ Seaman, I' ta's ,
Sundiy-- 1230 to 2100. on May 1. 1935.! He became Warrant ,
Officer on December 15 1943, -
ATIILKTIC GEAR .-. Available at Gear Locker,
t and exactly one year later on De-
Physical Tiaining Depaitment. Bldg. 513. ,
cember 15 1944. he was commissioned
SOFTBALL Games in the Intramural Softball as an Ensign. I
\ League are played every week-day night beginning This is Mr. Shahan's second tour -

at 17W.' of duty here at Jacksonville. He '
served here first in 1912( and 1943! \.
i WHERE TO GO-ASHORE I at NAS. Returning to NAS for his
,atx s
second tour in September 1915.
JACKsONVILI.K KKACIIKS-Buses leave at frequent' intervals he was then transferred to NATT. -
k from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sain e as Navy) Surf bathing Center January 1, 1946. Not to I

and other:! recreation at one ot worlds driest!' ocean beaches. Bus be forgotten, )Ir. Shahan, since

fare 25c. his enlistment way back in 1935 : '.t

FISlllZ"iGZ"iV River San i has had shore duty at Miami and ----pjctured above is Robert F Hauser ACMM of the NATTCenter 4
Pensacola: and has been to sea TLT Division receiving the Presidential Citation from the Executive
Juan Avejiue. Take Lake Shore Bu.. three blacks: from last stop on ,
I on the USS Portland USS Lexington Officer, Commander Robert P Beebe, for his war services. on the
San Juan. Row Boatstwo hours, 50c( : canoes-$1.00\ per hour; motor
USS Roi and also served Aircraft Carrier USS YORKTOWN. The Yorktown was cited, for Its
boats-$2.00 hour, fi\e to eight people boat.
per per wiUi Fleet: Air Wing 2 HEURON. I action against the enemy In the Southwest Pacific

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.i OW WATERI ___



The Beer Party was enjoyed 1 by

all hands There was a plentlfinupply

of chow and an overabum .

anre of the ,ybrew to keep ever;) < z

jrve, busy and happy Let's have'

*v ".9).f') ti t44'ut !n the future
.si" :t> J'ket'r rs of 'the bre'Ae'n '

'. 'i: kTr':Iig, seen in the eon -

\ 'pttiy f''Sbf.i\JlIful ;young nurse

1f't on) **,*!*:list few liberties Rumor
"!jia .H'that out tender little lIallor )

yiJs"'gunning quite a temperature : ;'-t ,. 1'x
live bg dance we have all bt'f'n

waiting for will tome off the IIOC-

4'nd' ,day of next month Don't mill: !!
this large event Phil Spit a)nand )'
his ALL-GIRL orchestra will

handle! the jive: t>o look forwai''

to a slam-bung time
The boys here are beginning 10
., take a little interest in the eomjnp !

smokers, If any more of jo'' a

guys are interested, just leav
your name at the Welfare Offlc

or contact Chief Delehamps An,;)'
Mudent or Ship's Company mai
who is proficient in the art of
wlf-defense and who Mould Jict'
to box in the smokers should gt't '"
Ins name In at the earliest oppor-


'a family of sevi ,J. ,

is now residing in a ('n t.Jfr an ;\ ,
slightly used H1NSO carton Naturally \ lht ..,
this is due- to the scuthousing '

shortage, but we hasten -1--- e'
to inform you that Mother am\ 44 :

children are doing nicely /Jr.JnM

Moe Bruch has purchased another '
ear Looks liKe jne s abou
to make that millu It's just ilk

tit says, "make a leelle on id MAINTENANCE
, deeel), and make plenty deeels,'" I
Wanting to buy wan good cm

ship Barney? will celebrate his Wile,11 ,I I'y -

ANCED LINK INSTRUMENT TRAINER i: indoctrination and training aids
birthday before long He II releitirale. i and shell get a year older, MAINTENANCE COURSE Familiarization with 1-CA-l The trainees as they jiogiess:

Happy birthday! Hy The Instructors '..trainerHi I through the Course of Instruction;
and Mechanical have the opportunity In. participating
Perkins is getting: in shape all : Located} in Wing No. 2, Building 551, you will find onE. J & ia'uum in flying the trainers, practice
fast as he ean'! His idea of, train Technical Training Devices that the Navj Opetation
of the useful trouble-shooting and making minor -
is to train all IV a & )- vacuum and Mechanical -
lag day Sunday I
1'is at the present time. It is called the 1-CA-l, Type 4( repairs on various parts and
light and ht'IIbagll, rope skipping using Adjustments
miles of roadwork, etc Ther, Tiainei and the maintenance on this particular Link if: V Electrical Circuits {, systems All efforts are wade to
simulate conditions that the inmn-
to put a top on things, he spends): taught try a small group of Irstiuctois under the supenisioitf j I VI h Kadio Cue\nts: and Orientation tenance man will be ccrfionted
all night and up until JIve in the Ofluer-in-Charge and his assistant -"
Lt. Comdr. L. H. Reagan, | .Problems with in the field
morning trying to lower the brew Chief Machinist L. N. Lai son. VII -9 & IRf''iew and Troubleshooting I So you see, the Adv. LIT Mamt
level ,of staid Duval Yes
County ,,, 1-LA-l,
:: Course does serve as! a cog in the
air, talk about shape!! As an Integral pact in the large I instruction. Yet m general, our
Now" have fair picture o four future development of the welfare
ot the .Naval Air I etn- you a :
We still think that it would be tiainmg program goal is to train the men as
feel trial Course of what it consists oaccording : of the Naval Aviation since the
we will be
a good l idea to start a Skeet Tournament 'technical training cientiy as possible so they
lavorabiy to Phases and Wft'ks: 1-CA-l trainers are used to instruct -
this course compares able to repair, set-up tor operation I
of some sort around here
let to abou Naval Aviators in Instrument -
but me explain you
You tell what will\ turn with the other schools: I and maintain the 1-CA-l in
can thIS our Training Devices and aids, Flying, radio range orientation : -
up. Maybe we have a potential The instructional staff is very the held alter completing I
I There are eight ((8) 1-CA-l Link voice procedure and actual
Oiampion here at our ewn little small with well trained pw 8.nn1 I Course lo get a better view : Trainers two ((2)) ANT-18 Linl I I simulation of the live aircraft
these men have what is coveted in the ten weenslets
lor'lnl'truC'tors I
Yellow Water tnrough intense and bleak the Course ot Instruction I Trainers and one U\ ) Link has I In conclusion, we are very proud
Hail and farewell for the been trained instructors into Phases and weens i been disassembled and set up asa : of our Course and all efforts arebeing
n.ntf'e return again next well supervised factory I mock-up Cut-aways, disassembled ; I made to make it one of the
ot .trainees
.1nstrUt t'rs and fund out what the
week with the usual drivel and and present parts, bieadboards, chart! I best Course of Instruction offered ,
I coverPhase :
useless folderol\ Until then, Con our courseA two actually veeK SubjectNATTCen:: I and training films are used! for by NATTC, Jacksonville.
DIva Amigos.1MLATION. class convenes every --- --- -- -
weeks on receIpt ot isui'ers ,/ -- -- of Aircraft Instrument Schoodidn

tas and the trainers go trlrou I./UO-// 't play their. daily game of /; ..AJOKE
Louise ot instruction nor ten Acey-Deucej', No one knows who'winning. ;
A sailor who had been stajingat > weeks Jut quotas are generallysent I Send the score sometime,
a fashionable hotel while on irom various snore stations, We would like to know, too !!

leave, was pacing his bill. Then he ships and advance bases with tne Leaves, leaves', leaves and not
looked at the girl cashier and .'luahtica ton of one jears obligated trees eithei
up the ones that grow on
ot oU or I
li c 1'
asked what that was the had service, ACMMU) has
F William, 1IUNOT J
and possessing an apu- ;:
around her neck. Higher 12'- just returned from Toledo, Ohio:
interest in this type ofwork. I
"That's a ribbon, of course Why tune, ,amt ihese qualihcations "OJnprf'tty ; F Mollnei, AMM< I)2c l'thtrnedfrom HAPPY

are you so inquisitive" rugged but without them, Michigan with a biokei; A little boy, at school for the

"We-'l/.abe, everything else is so chances are very slim ot the wrist! Tsk! Tsk! I first time, was sobbing; bitteily

confounded high around here that trainee finishing the Course ot I What was Novak of Aircraf I Whats the matter, Willy?"
1 thought it might le jour garter" Instrument School doing intw asked the teacher
I York while on It'a'eVh,)' he live "1 don't like school and I haveto

SLUGGING SAILORS I Whenever anyone mentions the I there don't you, J, M,? stay here until I'm 14," wailed

I words leave or vacation my mind Here s one lot the ()('llIS: A K, the lad
Immediately\ goes to NATTCenter I, Goodrich, ACMM t ) was teaching "Don't let that worry you," said
Department because the teacher, "I have to slay hue
Disbursing i I golf to H E Stepler and the other -
whenever I go in there someone I Sunday Chief Stepler took until I'm 65."
has either just returned from a vacation -
Goodrich over the hurdles actually
or is just leaving Lucky I trouncingGoodrichhoisteach' Sweet Thing "I didn't accept

People r I ing what to w horn Jack the first time he pupoMtdi"

Disbursing's Carmen Mauldin Do you know who makes those Catty Thing": "No, dear; you
just adored New Orleans, so she attractive posters for dances and wt-rt'n't there

claims If you get chance to look boxing\ smokers Dale Hav'i'ilia
'raw at the pictures she took, you'll be of Maintenance is the arist. I "It little Red Riding; Hood lived
able to see that she certainly had wouldscorner.
I today, the gill
w Al Wilkinson, HAle of NATT
a wonderful time had to meet
She only one
Center Dental Department of the I
Mrs Lucille O'Roarke traveled] Dispensary has finally recovered wolf, not one on every corner..
for her \acation It seems she got:
from his recent automobile accident -
the road because -
lost somewhere on and is now on his way for On the morning that the sophisticated -
: it took her 3 or 4 extra days discharge man was told of the
Lo get back Were the hills of .
I birth of his first grandchild, a
Kentucky and the Bayous of Louisiana how it felt to bea
friend inquired
Sic: "Do of tightskirts'
Lucille? you arpiove
too much for you, grandfather,
Here's an interesting fact provIng "I don't object to being a grandr
S2c: "No, I think women oughtto
that this is a small world after But I cant
leave liquor alone" father, said he, say
all) T E Kelly of Personnel and I tfBO\ good about being married -
}Mr Mahoney, the Captain's aide "
to a grandmother.
A crib reporter assigned to c oveia
were attached to the same ship
school contrived thisma8t..rpif'r
high play
overseas, the USS Amsterdam
CL 101 : Joe: "Have you a bock' called
The auditorium was filled with 'Man the Master of Women'?"
Wedding Bells for Paul flask, expectant mothers, eagerly await- Librarian: "The fiction department -
tOM '.Transfer yeoman, i'aui and of their children. "
ing the appearance is on the other side
Ruth Ann Wilson are gonna get ,

spliced, as the song goes, October\
This picture, taken during the recent Smoker at the Boxing the IVtn :Smooth: sailing on the The trouble with the sailor who "How do you know you love my

Arena, shows Tony Cornpltplone+ slugging: Pete Lang Into flubmls8ion : sea of matrimony, Paul. I 1 j"I thinks that he can lead women daughter enough to marry tier?"

in the final round vt their action packed bout. Clmp8tnClne Al The dray wouicint be just light like a book is that he's always "Why-I'd marry her even Ifshe
went!; on to take the decision. Watching closely is referee Chief I if Chief Moore and Chief Sanifer i lowing his place. lost her, job."
Smibaldi of the NATTCenter Athletic Dt'partm.'nt. r'

Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 26 September. 1946



ia. kxNtwyTeum Invades

::'.' Annapolis For Openetl")

Leave Dy Plane This Morning To

A 4 t f. d Clash With Junior Varsity Middles

By "SLIM" AVERY, Sicf -

L. 11111 After weeks of sweatin, working like fools, and re-

membering what plays Call)) for: what, the players on the 1JI(>

Jax Navy football team are al bout to see what kind o team '

they are. The coaches are abo''ut to be able to S e'JjW'their.' '..

tutorship has fared, and the fans will see hoV'.8oo3..tl\eir; t> ,0,' ,

team i is. Tomorrow, the footbal!11 team will play 4ts'itiiyst game.

They will play one of the toughest --- -- 'J .. .

opponents on one of the toughest Davenport is a 195-pound, ,1'8.

schedules for any service teamof year-old Texan who has an enviable ...
1946 the Junior Varsity of
high school record The towerIng -
Annapolis, Md.
Through this season, the Jax end played football in many

Navy men will have to play ball a high school game Norris

.._,_ .. ... .. ....... ..' __ ... __ ....' .,_.. _n .,.._....m___ _.. ..'.___. ___.,..'_' 'Y_ Y_ 'V '___' ',_ games which will tax their abilityto Thomas is 24 years old from Tex-

SHOWN ABOVE DURING A RECENT; inter-squad scrimmage are the first and second stringsof the utmost. Clear through this man on this year's team who played -

the 1916 Jax Navy football: team which will play its first game tomorrow against the Junior Varsity coming year they will have rough under Jim Tatum last year.

I of Annapolis. The men will invade their oppo nents' home territory for the contest and hope to teams to compete with, and this Thomas is 2t yearso Id, from Tel

bring back a victory over the more experienced and heavier cadets. Whatever the final score, the An- Annapolis team will be as rough as James Jasmine, 18, is +)

napolis boys will know that they have played: a ball game. as any they meet in! the future, 180-pounder from Rutland, Vermont -

-------- ----- --- -- --- --- --- --- ----.- so tne outcome 01 the first game who played guard there for

could foretell the probable out- two years Rollie Rogers, a
MacDonald And Allor Softball come of the rest. 170-pound center from Colorado
Nine Bows To
Whiting Coach Kovalcheck has few men Springs, Colorado is one of the
Win Two-Ball Scotch on his team who have had col- toughest men in the line. He is

Field Eke lege football experience. One is used for backing up the line, and
Out Win Over VetsI
Golf TournamentThe ; Gene Hinton, who played a single does a good Job of it. Rogers is 1*

I year at. the University of, Michi years old David Culp 18, is

Two-Ball Scotch Golf Tour KILL KEIIL S' r gan. All the rest of his men, light, a Columbus, Ohio boy who played -

nament held last week at the sta- Lady Luck finally caught up with the !\AS Jax softball 1 inexperienced men, are former for East High there as both
tion golf course was won by ChiefJ. high school gridders. Some of guard and tackle He weighs in at
team afternoon when the locals lost
C. MacDonald and R. T. Allor Tuesday their first game them have nice records, but all too 192 Gene Hinton is the heavi-

Y2c, with a low gross score of of the season to Whiting Field at the power plant diamond. few of them are leather-and-nails est man on the line, weighing 220

41. Low net winners of the tour- It was sweet revenge for Whiting, for just a week prior, Jax type so necessary to a service pounds and is the most experi-

ney were Ens. E. L. Youmans handed the Whiting Field nine a 7-1 loss. team. enced, having played tackle for
and Lt. Comdr. T. Farkas with a Comdr. Kovalcheck took four years at Drumright High in
Whiting started the ball rolling in the initial frame whenit
43 and 33 score respectively. The chalked two hit, ___ _____ ___ ___ __ ___I 0 imately 31 football )' Drumright, Oklahoma, and one
tourney was originally booked to up runs on one him and his staff this approx-I year at the University of Michi-
be a mixed foursome, but not four walks, and a couple of loft*I ringing up their fourth victory Annapolis for the first gan. He is 18 years old Mar-
enough women goIters signed for to the outfield. They held the Janine x Werner clipped off a double and Jacksonville
probable lineup for the opening vin Harden is a boy
the contest. scoreless in the bottom half two singles in four trips to the
school ball
will be: who played high
of the first and were also set down I nlate. Goble made off with two game I
Some of the top leaders in the LE-Walter Davenport. He is 18, weighs 180 pounds .
in order in their top of the sec bingles in his three appearancesto
contest were Chief E. E. Etter and LT-Norris Thomas. Jack'ahoo" Mancos. 22, is one
ond. They came back with a lone! the dish. The outstanding catchof
Chief Pete Gushanans with scoresot
LG-James Jasmine- of the big sparks of the team. lie
tally in the third to increase their; the game also came from Go
.16 and 36, closely followed by
C --Rollie Is the chatterbox whose spirit never -
Comdr. V. A. Sweeney and Comdr.T. lead and scored two more in the, ble. In the sixth, Loyd of Lake Rogers.
RG David to leave him. He is also
Sintic with tallies of 45 and fourth on two walks, one hit, and City belted out a sure triple down Culp) seems
36. Chief )R. Justiss and Ens. a couple of long pokes to the outfield the right field line but Goble RT-Gene Hinton one of the lightest, weighing: 160
They raised the score two I snatched it as he was running atop t RE-Marvin Harden pounds. He is from Cleveland.
Wakland carded of 50 and
scores "Wahoo" Ohio Paul LaHullier is the
QB Mancos
more notches in the fifth frameon speed towards the wall. 0'I -
12, but J. Livingstone, MM2c, and
two hits and a free pass to I Donnell led in the runs scored LHPaul LallulherRH hipper-dipper of the team being
E. S. Stone S2c, were close on
lust. They scored their last run in I with three tallies, but Werner was --Al Rounds. about the best broken-field run-
of 51 and
their heels with scores
the sixth when catcher Treman hit close on his heels with two. FBCurt Dunham. ner, who was a 150-pound guardin
43. Since no women partners were
-- -- --- -- high school, which is no mean
the took turns for a circuit blow, the first this Third baseman O'Donnel led off
men on at the dia rOKMER: JS'AS 1IIIK1) SACKER accomplishment. Paul is 22, hail
their shots. One would shoot from season power plant for the winners with a free passto I
the odd tees and his partner from mond. It was a terrific drive to first. lie went to third on a WINS PLAUDITS FROM: WEST from East Rutherford, N. J. .

the even tee. deep left center and he had plentyof wild pitch and passed ball, then COAST SP&RT SCRIBES: I Al Rounds, lanky halfback, weighs
time to waltz around the base scored on Werner's first hit. Wer- 175 pounds, is 26 years old .
The next tourney will be held 2
Alf Anderson former star third
Curt Dunham is Californianfrom
paths. ner stole second and went to thirdon
October. This will be the
tourney baseman for the NAS Fliers, has
Jax could not get going, but an infield out and was scoredon San Francisco. Weighing in
Tombstone Tourney, par plus your when they did, they scored all six Wagner's infield error. Jax was been voted the most valuable player at 183, he is 19 years old, stand

handicap. Jack Harvey, station of their runs in the bottom half held scoreless till the fifth when on the Hollywood Stars by a 5'10". He has four years' high
pro explained how this tourneywill of the fifth. Dickey Dieudonne O'Donnel received his second gratis number of Los Angeles sportswriters school football experience behind
he worked. If your handicapis it was learned here this
started the off with .
a sharp
rally pass of the day and was scoredon
18, and the course is 70 you week him.Other
and advanced to
single to right Werner's long double to right make
can play till shots are done Before entering the service, An- men who will the
your I third and hit Goble
on an error after he had advanced to thirdon
will be able derson trip are: J. Pawloski, L. Cohen.J. .
at 83. Some golfers walked to Jill the sacks and Flack played with the Pittsburgh
to he well on their way for the came through with a drive to cen- second baseman Kaylor's singleto Pirates. While at NAS, he played i Merridge, J, Collins, R B. Jen-
left. scored Carseios'loft
second round if they have one of ter to score Dieudonne and Witzel. to left.Kaylor under the managership of Charley I son, A. J. Blom, J. Lee, R. VatneW.

golfers' "lucky" days Kaylor got his second hit of th' Gehringer of Detroit Tiger fame. I Clarke, R. Thompson II. Hansen -
Some of the side notes from the day with a poke to left, scoring They scored their final two in The Hollywood Stars are a mem- R. R. Blackwood, B. Adann

golf shack over the weekend. Goble, and was brought home on their half of the seventh when ber of the Pacific Coast League. A. Benson II Kmcklebme. E D
Coach Kovalcheck chipped into the Zayac's liner to right. Zayac O'Donnel once again went to first Anderson has switched over to Selva, E. T Wunder. D. Bannei-

cup on three consecutive holes scored on Caresio's loft to center on a free walk and was brought short, having played the hot corner man, C L. Thompson and G, M,'-

from off the green. Comdr. as did Flack who had advanced to around by Werner's third hit of I, for two seasons while at Jax, Connel.
the fracas. Werner went to sec-
made his first fall -
Ralph Shifley third on an infield out. There the ond on a passed ball and scored
appearance on the station course rally ended but what a rally it i ---- -- -----
Carseios' drive to left.
accompanied by his wife W. was, six runs on four hits, one I on r--------
W. Moses. Sic, carded a birdie gratis pass, and two miscues from I The Vets started little Jack Gallon
three on number eight yesterday. the Whiting infield I the mound and tied it up for

I{. A. Gabriel Lt. Gabriel'sson Big guns for the Jax outfit were I him in the second with two markers. -

is showing more promise each Kaylor with three bmgles for four They scored one more in the
fourth and their last two in the
day. trips to the plate, and Flack with
ninth frame. The Lake out-
I I two safeties out of four tries City
The Will Hoffmeyer started the fracas for fit was hampered by errors and a
Maybe Navy
j some bad tosses from the outfield.
the locals, but gave way to Wit fL'i
Have Another Softball zel in the fourth. Power sluggersfor They loaded the bases three times

Star In About 18 Years the winners were Treman, during the game, but Hoffmeyer
and Crews were able to come
who belted out the home run
Although, tilt NAS Jax Softball Kichart with two for four, and I through at the right time tcr end

'I ttam chalked up its fourth win of Vruno, who also clipped off two I their rally.
the season orer Lake City Sunday for four. A circus catch by John- Hoffmeyer started the contestfor
they played without the serric son of Whiting proved to be the the locals and was relieved by

of one o1 their most colorful ballplnyw'4 catch of the day. Thinking that Crews in the sixth. Both pitched

Mike Minue--.. the second baseman was going to steady ball throughout the en-
Mike, was called to Philadelphia take the fly Johnson hesitated counter. They had perfect backing
and then started running at full from the outfield as well as the
because a new (uldifo -
Saturday of
infield. The outfield of Flack Dieu-
speed to grab the sphere but he
| i to the Mnjue- family, a baby plowed up half of center field in dohne, Sha'w, Goble, and Richard
boy. Mike hails from New Orleans, doing so. son fielded every chance withouta
but Mi wife was in the Quaker .
The fourth win of the season mishap.St.
City, awl the baby was born F.jrla.1I was chalked up :Sunday::; afternoon Simons is played here on

\ 1Iornil.1at. 070. when NAS eked out a narrow 6-5: Friday, and then the boys hit the
One thins that ice want to remind win over the Veterans Hospitalof road for a week They play at

Mike to do i., to brine the Lake City. The Jax ten played Miami on Tuesday. Ft. Lauderdaleon

tnisstiiand the JII'1rll ie down hereto their best ball of the season in Wednesday, and Banana Riveron : ii.

Jax to see some of the ball this game, playing errorless ball Friday. The proposed game be. .0 '

fifJ.. The team wants to hear throughout the nine innings/ tween the WAVES and the Jax

Mike Jr. cry, yell, or just sit by Behind the big bats of Werner team for last Thursday was post

and catch them play the remainder ,- and Goble, plus the air-tUht infield poned because of rain, but is re-

of their xchnlulf. Conciratulations combination of ODonnel, scheduled for tonight at :2000..

e Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miguc, Carseio, Kaylor, and Wagner, the 11ATTIMIA
and hello, little one Jax outfit had little trouble in .
\ EKA: <;iSK :

I 1916-U. S."Naval Academy Football gchedul:-1 116 !\: All 15 7 II %
Werner . ... .,. III II ..17.

Date l'la('e sleek/sync : : : : : :.:.::::::::: : ; :.33.iC"ble 133:.

28-Villanova vs. Navy Annapolis ... ,. . . 6 2 .13.1
Sept. New York (111'1"0 . . .. .. .. 14 4 .lK"
Oct. I-Columbia vs. Navy M'IlU"' .. . ..... 4 1 .20;
Oct. 12-Duke vs, Navy Baltimore "i"lIllonlll' . .. .... II I .166
Oct. 19-North Carolina VB. Navy Baltimore O.lIunnl'l. ..... ... ..... 7 1 .143
Wegner . .. ..,. .. II I .099 -- .-- .......
Oct. 26-Ptnnsylvania VB. Navy Philadelphia Gr"wI . ..... 2 0 .0110
Nov. 2-Notre Dame V8. Navy Baltimore Hlnrkwi,.itier .. .. 3 0 .000 NAVY VETERANS IN BIG SHOW
Nov. 9-Georgia Tech V8. Navy Atlanta RichitnUon( . 8 0 .000 DiMaggio. at left!,
Shaw . 8 0 .000 centerfielder and Johnny Pesky, shortstop of the lloston Red Sox,
Nov 16-l'e" State V8 .Navy Annapolis Wi|.r| . 3 0 ..000ilnttmtret this year make their,first trip to the World Series. Both men played
Nov. 30-Army vs. Navy Philadelphia e e .000
Renton . . 0 0 .000 Nary ball in the Pacific during the war.
----'-- -- Bonntt . 4 0 .000