Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1946
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Vol. 4-No. 30 3 October, 1946

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training (Command


" Crash During "Open

House" Claims Life

01 f Flight Team Ace

Tragedy marred the "Open House" program here of the

Naval Air Reserve Training Unit last Sunday when Lt. (jg)

R. F. Robinson, a member of the famed Flight Exhibition

7j Qv Team, crashed to his death before the eyes of more than

((5,000 visitors.

Horrified, the crowd stood transfixed as the pilot, completing -
a series of vertical diving -
rolls started to make I miles; per hour only to have the
of his F8F Bearcat
G at port wing
pullout ___h shear off. A split second later.
I there was a terrific impact, a
Rating i I burst of flame, and a billowing
i cloud of smoke to mark the spot
Boards where the plane struck the field.
j,i Although the accident naturally -
dampened the spirits of every-
Exec's one, the show continued. Fliers en-
rolled in the Reserve Training
Examination boards Program, who had been in the air
minister exams for at the same time, went on with
and changes in rating their formation Hying.
a S8 I
I completely depletion in revised the ranks I Lt Conidr. R. L. Gittings of :

.. : boards by separation. Jacksonville one of the Reserve "
Honored Visitor
pilots, was awarded the Air Medal
i According to Executive during the afternoon. Captain F.W. .
m x. JONATHAN WAIN. I Memo No. 2-16, the Priestman commanding officerof

, < ,,<>> \ ".\ WRIGHT famed for his last I now composed of the the NARTU, read< the citation,
:. ditch fight on Bataan againstthe ficers: i and Rear Admiral Ralph E. Da-
overwhelming Japanese Hoard No. 1 (Seaman vison, Commandant of the Seventh
forces, landed at NAS Jackson- Hvvaln, Hoatswaln's :Mate, Naval District and Chief of Na-
ville Saturday morning en route Male, Jnarlprmasler, val Air Advanced Training:, pinned -
to Starke to participate in I man's Mate) : the medal on the officers
Homecoming Veterans' Day I Lt. (Ijgl) J. S. Kemp ( ) blouse.
4* / there. In the photo above, he is L. A. Stevens Lt. (jg) F. Simulated carrier
landings. com-
shown inspecting a Marine hon- and Ch. Boatswain H. P.
or guard with 2nd Lt. John K. plete with landing signal officers
Aller Hoard No. 2 ( '(' ) waving their flags, were a popular -
commanding officer of the
Lt. Harold Stang and ( ) attraction.
Displays spotted
Marine Guard Company and
J. F. Mench. i throughout the area and in Hangar -
Captain Anthony H. Brady.
NAS Commanding Officer. At Hoard No. :S ( : 113 drew large crowds. All
left, he pauses a moment after rapher, Radarman & sorts of naval equipment were
',' being greeted by Hear Admiral Electronic; Technician's!* shown to the public, including
Ralph E Davison, Commandant Mailman) : 4)I] air-sea rescue gear. Naval personnel -
of the Seventh Naval District Lt. C. II. Craw ley. |' attached to the Reserve
and Chief of Nail l Air Advanced Muselwhite and Ch.RE unit, were on hand to explain
lock. i each item to visitors.
t.I" Training. Hoard Ni(>. 4 ((1'ulnter, I] Taking advantage of the ramps!
((7X ter'n Mate, Shipfitter, \ 1 which permitted inspection of
a Printer) : I cockpit interiors, thousands of civilians -
Lt. F. C. Sochor, Lt. ( I jammed the area to inspectand
Renaker and Ch. Mach. examine the array of fighters .
All-Girl- Orchestra rek. I and bombers. The planes were especially
Hoard No. l 5 (Special I popular with the youngsters -
At Mainside Tonight I), ::11t'1I1rIUiI't'r'4\ I, who showed they knew the
Artificers O): ,j|i different models far better than
Ens. H. J. O'Connor their parents. The biggest thrill
For Crew's Dance G. A. Jones. i j I for some of them came when they
i I II I Hoard No. 6 (:\ ,&(." .. I I were allowed to sit in the rear
'/ I Louise- Sheldon and her All-Girl Machinist's Mute R, :\ gunner's seat, look through the
Orchestra will provide the musicat Mute S, Motor :Maehini.. : sights and yell delightedly "ark
, Mainside Auditorium tonightfor Klectilcian's: 1\lai,' \\'al'r | aclc ack .ack .ack '
a gala Crew's Dance There will Fireman Ic) : | General Jonathan Wainwrightwho
be plenty of girls from town for Lt. (jg) L. G. McAlister, ( ) j had landed at NAS the previous
dancing partners, and there will be L. M. Smith and Ch. j day enroute to attend a
corsages for all of them compli- Pugh. Jr.Board celebration at Starke made a surprise
ments of Welfare. Refreshmentswill No. 7 (Aviation ) visit during the "Open
} be served, and to top it all 1..1'16Iatt', Aviation \ : House" to thank the Reserve Pro-
ery'a ..m s A &.8 i"tt off a Door Prize will be awarded. Mate. C, Aviation (' | gram fliers who flew formation
The band plays again at NATTC 11, Aviation Machinist's : I in his honor SaturdayThe
tomorrow night at :2000. A delightful ; .\\'Ialilln1'hlol..t'K Mate : "Open House" marked the
-- -- vocal trio, Mildred and her vi- I lion ;Machinist's Mate F) : I official move of the Reserve Train
olin, and Connie and her keyboardare Lt. Edgar B. McClure, ing Unit from Cecil Field to NAS
a few of the fine features to W. Bramblett, Lt. J. :M.! Jacksonville It co-incided with
Varsity Middies Hand be offered. The girls played last and Ens. W. R. Welsch. the regular monthly drill day on
night at Yellow Water and turned Hoard No. Aviation }; which South Georgia and North
in a fine performance so if you're iau's Mate, Aviation Florida members of the
Defeat To program
Jax Football TeamThe looking for a good time, don't for- j Aviation Electronic; ('(' j report to the Air Station for prac-
get-tonight at 2000. (Continued on Page tice and instruction.

Jax Navy Football Team's hopes of a victorious "OPEN- HOUSE" THRONGS I

season opener were smashed to smithereens last Friday tinder .
a warm Indian summer sun at Thompson Stadium's Far- : '. .
: / &
(: ,1' .; ;w : '
ragut Field in Annapolis. ",' <,. ,. > /: .444i

Clashing with a powerful Middie\ Junior Varsity eleven ;. e::\\.t.: ;. ,. 'W'1t
$ ,
the Jaxmen were outscored, but their brilliant line play ':, ",. "; N"" : '... ," '>;t"
> .
---- -- ----- -- { .' .' ", held the victors to an eight point
was forced to get off a short one. ,"i !
margin. Final score was 2113. As the ball neared the ground, a k .
The game started with a low, cadet raced up, hit the ball, jug- S ,
blooping kickoff taken in by Paul gled it, and finally hung on to it.
Lallullier, who was stopped soon Since both teams were nearly behind -
after the catch by a deluge of him and Lallullier was on .
cacJfts. After three plays failedto the ground, the cadet went
gain enough yardage for a first straight up the sidelines for a'I'
down, the Jax men punted. The marker. '
Annapolis team immediately open After the cadets' kickoff the '
ed up an aerial attack which failed I game bogged down for a while'
because Lallullier and "Wahoo" I with both teams sparring for an
Mancoa. quarterback, kept popping opening which didn't seem to ap-
up at the right times. After pear. The Jax team brought in
this, the teams continued to feel every bit of Coach Kass Koval-
each other out, using an assort- check's strategy, pulling spinners,
ment of plays, each one designedto fakes, and passes. The passes were
find the opponents' strengthand few and far between, but most of
weakness. them were good. Glue-lingered T.
First score in the game a storybook S. Ary had but to get within grab-
, fluke came six minutes after bing distance of the ball to com- .
the opening of the contest. I'aul! plete a pass. Wahoo Mancos A SEGMENT OF THE HUGH CROWDS which swarmed the Air Station Sunday to attend the'
Lallullier, who saw much action I 160-pound quarterback showed first "Open House" held here by the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Is shown in the photo above.
Friday, faded back on a long pass' good field generalship through- The spectacle was marred by an accident which took the life of a member of the famed Flight Ex.
setup, but was rushed hard and I Continued on Page 3)) hibitlon Team *


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out the football t-eason "Blood, Sweat, and Tears" are Los Angeles, Cal I
I the only words that I can find to I My favorite movie was "Blood
Hospital "Two-Ton" Childs has been describe the work being done in and Sand" starring- Tyrone Power -
challenging all comers to a tennis I corpsmen's barracks these da 's.I The scenery in the picture was
match. Some say that he is very I Chief Harrison has really been I beautiful and the story was one
ChatterBy good At any rate, it would be cracking the whip over the boys of the most exciting I've ever seen
very interesting to watch Don'tyou getting them to do the details and 1i filmed
I think so? Come on "you ten- other work which must be done REPOEllj KKK KAMI-MTV, S2c, Troy, .
nOR 1)1'KK, 1'111\13(' nis 'pla 'ers, give him a run for there We will all agree that the i N. VMy.
What's this we hear about the his money. Maybe Johnny Good barracks is a lot better place to I favorite picture by far was
big fishing trip that "Dann)'" took I and "Arkie" Yarbrough will take live in now since it has been clean- I "Easy to Wed," not so much because -
this past week-end? I hear that I him up? ed up. I ))ollg'rud.ft, fe2c of the story, but because
she went with two experienced I as. qU.STIOXhat"1UI your lit was the last picture I saw with 4
fishermen and beat them at their Remember, there are 20 tickets You're all invited to attend the favorite movie and why do you my girl before I left home.
own game The trip left from St. available for patients wishing togo Sunday afternoon Variety how I make thi ('hoice? I JOHN II, KINUr: AMMlc, Du- .,
Augustine and the number of fish I to the boxing matches at the in the Red Cross Recretaion Hall, WI I.I.IAM UKIhT/t: S2c, Me- quesne, Pa
was said to be twenty-Jive Does I Jax Arena Tuesday night. October 6th. It's being presentedthis I chanicsburg, Pa. I I The picture that struck me as
anyone know any more details? I time by the Bagby Theatre My favorite movie was Easy to being the best I ever saw was
. I The is taking a lot Group. Remember the Conies Sist I with Haft
garage up \\ ed' with Van Johnson. The act VAhistle stop", George
Put your little foot right there! of space in the column this week, ters at the Back to School Dance? ing in the picture was excellentand I liked this story pu-ticularly be-
I It's'! dancing instruction on Wednesday but there seems to be a lot of Well, they'll be there the picture itself had an excel- cause it dealt' to a great extent ...
nights at 1930 in' the Red things happening over there The I' lent story. with the doings of a small town
Cross Recreation Hall. Note the latest is the way "Boss" Roepkehas somewhat like own. The acting
More and more drafts are laving ItAU'IIIIOOD, Sic, Watertown,
change: from Tuesday nights. So taken over command of the day. This time the draftis Mass. : in this picture was very good and
I every .
come on, beginners! I place." Could it be that he is "nagging to sea and it is taking The picture that I liked the best kept you interested in the dory .. r rI
them too much? '
quite a few of our best men. was "The Lost \\eekend in which I right up until the end. I
There has been lots of talk 555 Among those to leave are two fa- Ray Milland won the Academy I TAIL: (KMIVTON, AOM2C,
about the time that "Red" Putnam Opfn Lttttr of the Wetk" miliar faces Chief Tucker and Award. The picture was true to Compton, Cal. I
spends in Dependents. Unit This week our "open letter' de- Bobbie Turk. Both have been here life and showed into just what My favorite picture was "The :
Could it be that he has a certain partment salutes a civilian, a very some time, and we do hate to see state an alcoholic could work him- Lost Horizon. Ronald Coftman
"baby" to see over there? The pretty civilian, I might add Her them ship out To all who are leaving self is he was not careful played this part very well, and I \
;. question has been raised as to the name is Elizabeth Collins and she we say "good by and good I DALE UNWKUOOl), GM2c though the story was fantastic, it j '
age of the "baby," so give us the is a native Jaxon. Slime of you luck." was very interesting. .
dope, Red'. may have met her since she is active 5.5 'ole married couple" to rely ()n. GEORGE ItlCIITFR, Sic,
with the Red Cross unit here, Peoria, Ill.)
: Wanna win a prize? 'N we don't Liz, as she is known by all, has The Red Cross Staff welcomes I NEWS ITEM OF THE WEEK: One of my favorite pictures was
bar of All made the time faster for Marie Lansden, social worker,
mean a candy you pass patients The Reserves are finally getting "Sister Kenney" because it was
have to do is the winners and staff alike. So t* Liz, from Granite, Oklahoma. '
pick for .' out I Yes, Staff Personnel has been very educational, interesting; and
the Saturday nationwide football and all the others like her, we nay given the green light on discharges still\ not too serious. Rosalind
h games Contest sheets will be distributed "Thanks." All of us are happy to hear The first ones left last Russell played the part of Sister .
, by your Red Cross 55. that Dr F, P. Bordelon is gettinga week, and fifteen leave this week. Kenney to perfection.
t "wreck"girls. You pick the winners We wonder if Nancy McCully'e lucky break from the Navy. He It also means that this column 1>A1IIIISMAX, Sic, Blue-
; and turn your sheets back in- mother dIdn't tell her that when is being sent to his native New Changes hands again I have en- field, W. Va.
to the Recreation Office by Friday making freezer he cream the salt Orleans for duty in the Veterans joyed helping Johnson and then My favorite picture was "Walk t'
Prizes will be given each weekto goes on the outside of the container hospital there. It will break a cute writing the column myself, for I in the Sun" because it was a pic-
those picking the most winning | and the sugar on the inside 'foursome"' though; "Scotty" and think that it is, and can be, a lot) ture about the Army and loaded
teams. This will be run thiough- "Cookie" will be lost without their of good fun for all. with thrills and action. ,

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3, October' 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


*, YOU CANT WIN By Hough -.:";;' -=:-
Applications For

Unused Leave I 1r, ft1RINSIOE I

Are Approved t

'( SEA SecNav James Forres-
: \'q ( )--
t9o tal has approved three forms on AMUSE ENT
P which naval personnel may'apply
for settlement of unused' leave in
excess of 60 days. 1

'"' Individual commands will reproduce
the forms-one for officers a

secqnd for enlisted and the third
for officers with prior enlisted
service. Payment will be made by
the U. S. Naval Terminal Leave M I I
Disbursing Office. Great Lakes, 1

Ill., but mechanics of claim .sub-


All officers, whether or not they
consider themselves entitled to THURSDAY
1 3 compensation, must submit appli- DANCE with Louise Sheldon's All-Girl Band. Starts at 2000.
cation forms jn duplicate. This is FRIDAY
necessary to establish starting "VACATION IN RENO", featuring: Anne Jeffries. Shows at 1730

leave credits for future service. and 2000.
COs will forward both copies to SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

BuPeis, which will examine leave "ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER," starring Paul Muni.. Shows at
records and send the original to 1130, 1730 and 2000.
,fir the Terminal Leave Disbursing Office (Bookings for the rest of the week had not been received by press


Only those enlisted persons with
Wad more than 60 days lea credit on

31 August )94$ will submit claims.
Their signatures must be witnessed THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
by a designated officer or the "BACHELOR'S DAUGHTERS," starring Claire Trevor. Show at

CO, who will certify that leave 2000 only.
I has been properly computed then SATURDAY
Commercial forward the claim to Great Lakes "LITTLE MISS BIG," featuring Fay Holden. Show at 2000 only.

for payment. SUNDAY
Bulletin "VACATION IN RENO," with Anne Jeffries. Show at 2000 only.
Officers with combined service I
: will submit two formsthe ofticers' I
,av "
MSj "ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER starring Paul Muni. Show at
be until
Bulletins. will accepted form and the form for those
j I Hiav4> has been filled, but no later with both enlisted and commis- 2000.

ByVINNlK JONES | than 1000, TueMlay." Part 8230. sioned service They should supplyfull OTHER

. Last Thursday's party at Bldg. FOR SALE information and supporting EVENTS
e 71* was a success thanks to the Furniture, Imlu.lwt. li .nlolr..n' wife! bed- documents, including discharge
Welfare Teddie Jackson and room suite, cl".k, dinnetle, dishes, and certificates or true copies thereof, BINGO ltTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
gang. IU1\ Allegheny ltd.NAS. GEAR Available at Mat Yorktown Avenue and
"Laddie" Vladeff shouted themselves Mil accessories if separated from any branch dur- ATIILETIC area,
I ing pertinent service. Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, top-
hoarse calling out Bingo dnubU bed with springs and muttre -
numbers till all the prizes were I One ... US. Chief Kehrt. 134)\ Randolph Copies of enlisted claims' will be side Bldg 726 0800-1700 on work days.

gone. Card and pool games wenton NAS. Bled in service records, while officers I MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Hear of Bldg.; 39,.open 1200-2400
but held Four 'room, at furniture one llvlnroutnuctrt. should retain of'' and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
intermittently, Bingo ., one kitchen suite, and two bedroom copies daily
. the greatest Interest. The eve- ..nte.. 1I4IU Allegheny Rd.. NAS, theirs. nOWI.ING-Slx alleys located in Mainside Recreation BuildingNo.
ning's fun drew to a close when Complete furni hm"*" for kitchen livingroom 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
the door prize number was drawn. mid bedroom. Complete or byplecea. 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
Chief, Harris, UIJB Hammock
Lt. Sue Cole was the lucky gal M.. HAS.Screen. Junior Varsity. BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
to claim the Rubenstein Apple ...1 baby crib, said fur Sl": will lell I Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
Blossom set.Letters for u:;. 3', month oM. Excellent con (Continued from 1'age 1) 1500.
Ext. 42,1: -
continue to pour In from Furniture, hminehulil articles, old and new out the game, taking few chances MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
ex-WAVES we all know Miss tome availulile now, come available 29 against the strong Middie defense.I the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
Rahl ex-director of WAVES PT I O<.t. SIOot'at Hit::14 H I rod" St. Dewey After a lot of hard work march-I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions -

and Welfare has recovered from | tVU\ Park'Chryider.or cull Goal CSK motor William:and \body ext.: 411 fnltiron ; ing down the field, the Jax team by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho-

her illness and leaves Great Lakes :.mi College .St. reached the Annapolis 30yardline. nograph available for use of all hands.
Hospital this week for her Job out ,I Itm LaS..lle .sedan A-l ",,".loUun., R. Je|>. Shifting clear to one side of
Located second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-
Ilk.. !I. N1"'('. May .he after I LIBRARY- on
in Oregon. Coach Hill and Doro- en. tern the field the team went into action -
thy LaRue are both teaching at 4:00 P. M. with Curt Dunham fading Ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
:I Canary bir.l. with May "be at
carte own from 1200 to 2100.
Oak Park, Illinois "Peaches" I 470> Wheeler Ave.. St. Johns Park.. I back to the 40-yard line. As the 1100 to 1630. Sunday
,. McKay writes of her departurefrom FOR RENT cadets closed in on him he leta SWIMMING: Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,

Jax for Miami with a friend, Nile, well-healttj room in private home, long pass sail to Ary, standing 1800-2100. Outdoor schedule Moo.-}<'rl. 0800-1900 Sat 10001900.Sun. .
and we quote. "We flew down with for working couple or girl 1614 ParrUh on the goal. All Ary had to do 1200-1900.
... Admiral Davison- .a delightful trip Place. Phone 2..16t. was step over the line. HarryKnickelbme's GOLI"-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-
Light houM-keepiiiK. room 2121: 'or..t St.
about 40 winks long. When we I'hill" 'f.4I.II4I. kick failed to go betWEen day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
landed, we were met by a Marine One "bfdroum with kitchen lirlvileKeii. 4.J.U the goal posts, though, and trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
Guard and all the gold braid of i Longfellow St. Ortega Come after 2-3(1: the extra point was missed. ;I ANCHORAGE=Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

NAS Miami. 'Shucks, fellows' we One P. double:M. "bedroom fur Here the game started to liven cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
couple, with aopii.private '
all this I and both teams .
said 'you needn't go to bath, private entrance, in.xlsi up, were smelling Field.
trouble. They asked us, and we I In .., touchdowns. A few chances mote
I every way Al laundry l privileges.XSJ.'t TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
''I agreed, to share the reception with Ii i One double Randall. bedroom St. Phone for :i-TSJO. for were taken, a few more of thetrickier ing Building No. 726 and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
couple two
another fellow Halsey by name. plays were called, and the ,
4 men. .Ti.ll IVIIwomJ Ave. Phone 7-604)1. Yorktown Roads) .
And so it was that no less than I Three room with hath for couple:I or irentlenmn. game continued. -
five minutes after we had landed I Air-tforvilitiotied.I 2VII, Park M. On the Jax 35-yard line the here, and nswere i hard at his tackle position, and
down came another plane with :5 ; Call 7-7MHH. Middies intercepted a short passon I
ped cold on | stopped many a line rush. T. S.
big stars on its nose. And the WANTKI) the scrimmage line and were vers. Passes Ary showed a good game of ball
'Bull' himself climbed out. It was Iliirk fininhini i coffee table, Ext. 8404, again on the offensive. The Jax and I
success at end. with his fingers grabbing
thereafter that he made Portable typewriter Ext. 5 4.Rido line with Gene Hinton :
shortly tightened up, '
from 17th and Walnut to anal) from was relied the ball on offense and. the run-
his famous statement 'We'll go Air 811..... or will meet In town ('ntact Norris Thomas, T. S. Ary, I everything j ners on defense. "Tuffy" Thompson -
any place we damn please'." Donna Jean K.if.by.. A4R Bldif., Administrative and Rollie Rogers mustering their I played former Green Bay Packer,
Emma Duckstein, ex-lieutenant is Section. Kxt. 710 or call line strength with the rest of the
of the :
lack gave an exhibition of football :is
J10.M after ::1:3'1.'
.. ... busy keepirig house and teaching Rid to or near: ,.,inlCfi..ld. 111. Will team for a goal line stand. This I ent as the it should be played. His touchdownrun
school in Pittsburgh, but her car help pay *. leaving 4 time however, the Middies were center
expeiiM or 5 (M Rogers, was one of the most spectacular -
ain't the same It's homesick for Ext. 8214: Ernest L. II i..onlC. not stopped, and they went over tired to the | plays of the game Glen McConnell -
the flat terrain and warm climate; Rider to share expenses to San Fran- for a score. The half ended soon and
only her sheer physical strength cluco by WRY of New Orleans, In, IfMl after this and the boys went to game i I ran as if somebody was
Mercury. Leaving 8 October SvrirenntKmree. Middie backs I after his life as did Al Rounds
keeps its nose headed away from phone 2- 1ll I O. rest.The Late in the ; and Paul LaHullier Norris Thomas -
the South. Three rider to share exi, ,"$,," and drlvI next score in the game I Walter David
Davenport, Culp,
and hll I to or near Worthington, Minnesota second Middies score.
Comings goings new came came early in the
leaving 1or t Oct. 244-1 Mark the last j Marvin Harden James Jasmine,
Jaxons are Gertrude Que nan. CY, half when "Tuffy" Thomps'onpulled
Ave., South Jacksonville.it On a and Rollie Rogers all played their
and Christine DeRoche from Pearl one of his tricks out of I I
line well. little
positions Rollie,
det faded
4 I'.. Harbor; Rosemary Devine, CSp Nell Lagow. the hat. On a short pass behind the the last center, was a real defensive player -
(Y) ; Georgette Avery SKD2c; You may have wondered what line of scrimmage "Tuffy" started through getting in on a lot of the tackles -
Florence Lindgren Ann McAleer, brought on Abbie Bogert's recent out on one of the longest Jauntsof Jax right team Al"Jumper"i' B. Adams, Cult Dunham, D.
YIc; :Jean Mackenzie CSpV( ) ; insatiable interest in swimming. the game. After taking in the Dunham both Bannerman, R. R. Blackwood''and
and Mary Dudis, SpV)3c.( ) Josephine The secret lies if\ her bathing cap. pass, "Tuffy" picked his way too late, Harry Knicklebine all turned in
Hied. Maxine Palmer, Jane Dogs may go on daily contitu- through the entire Middle team, I was catch the nice performances. In fact, everyman
Ryan, and Sara Busch, all seaman tionals, but turtles must have a going right off tackle for 75 yards I I I who played In the game was
.. first, couldn't stay away and re- daily swim. Watching Bogie swim and a touchdown. This run broughtthe All In all a credit to the team
. cently re-enlisted! Good luck to with the turtle cupped in her one stands to their feet. Thompson ly successful
you all, and we hope you like Jax hand and with her coaching the displaying marked ability at I They played --- -- -

fine. Georgiana Jamieson, Y3c, "little tyke," you will agree with bronen-field running, actually I they had, but ;
I(1 and Edna Kumpula. Y3c, left for her that everyone makes a fool feinted at one man so perfectly I enough. The
ij duty at the Receiving Station inI of himself over something, The that the Middie fell to the ground against them,
I.i Miami. Mary Mitchell CSl{, has turtle has no name as yet because reaching( for him. This time Knick- I the reserves
) returned from her TAD in Wash- "personalities should determine lebine's conversion was good, and I From ttte
ington, D. C. "Lew" Llewellyn names" and Bogie is still becom- the score came nearer the level I Navy team
SpV)3c( came down from Nor- ing acquainted with its person- mark ball team on
folk over the past week-end to vis- ality! The game fell into a line duel ball. Gene I
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11' STALEMATE lIy Harold Jones, 81 Puddle I

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',* As Warners' honey Jane Harker

demonstrates, the life of a pin-up,
gal i III not always a bed of roses.t .


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ge Four JAX AIR NEWS 3 October, 1946


f\W 5 I Poetic_ License"They I IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves "

editorial!: Offices talk about a woman's sphereAs
South Wing, Lower Deck, Bldg. 930
thought it had a limit.

Telephone Extension 8542 But there's not a place on earth or heaven I,

Arthur M. Greene, Editor There's not a task to mankind given,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the
There's not
a blessing or a woe,
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no ..
expense to the government and in compliance with There's not a whispered Yes or No,

SecNav Circular Letter 45-526: 28 May 1945.: Copies There's not a life, or death, or birth

are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air That has a feather's weight of worth

Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Without a woman in it." .
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced TrainIng
Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval Anonymous.

District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, -*-
e the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval

Hospital. Rear Admiral Ralph E. Duvlion, ..,
Commandant, Seventh Naval District
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN Commanding
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Tlews anclVietvs f rnmSta
Captain Howard V. Hopkins, USN, Commanding on -,
Naval All Technical training Center .

Certain! Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, CommandingU. ,
S. Naval Hospital
._ .. "
Lt. Cv. Alexander A. Vandcirrift. Jr., USMC, Commanding -- ...


Captain; R. R, Urincr, USN, Commanding
Naval Air Gunnery Rang are warned in the Scriptures to shun

Lt. \\lllinm II. Loon )', Jr., L'SN, Commanding
Naval Auxiliary Air :Station, Cecil Field the appearance of evil We should not even

dipt. Alexander M. HtHrn. USMC leave ourselves open to question by even appearing 5'i' j
I\Jal'lne Aviation' UetRcnnitnt before others as if we might be evilor
"I thing I forgot to shine my 8hoI -..." '
The JAX AIR NEWS receive Shlp'i Editorial Association materlal. have any affiliations with anything whichis :
Republication of credited matter prohibited without" .
evil. A man's
permission. of SEA, Washington 25 D. C. Republication of any] appearance means a great .
other matter, except %v service publication, it prohibits deal. We are judged to a great extent by the RatingContinued
without permiation I I of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. impression we make when others see us. I L BOOK S E LFJ r ( from Page 1) .

In fact, first impressions are given greater Mate, Aviation Metalxmith, I'aint.l ..
Terminal Leave DataBy significance than should rightfully be in My JANET F. HUGE I' er VtLt. .

Ships'/ Editorial Association many cases. It is true, however, that we are THERE WERE TWO PIRATES, Jack D. Anderson, Lt. n. W.
anxious to look as much as possible like by> James Branch Cabell, is a fan I Raddatz, and Lt. (jg) R. J. Davis. '
Terminal leave directives clarifying pro- tasy of the life of Gasparilla, the Board No. 9 (Aviation Ord
the others
would have think
person Spanish pirate. By the use of a .
cedures for enlisted men have been issued nanreman, Aviation Fire Control-
are. Christians are expected to look like magic stone, Gasparilla divides man, Parachute Rigger, Aerog
BuPers. From these SEA learns that
by people who believe .in decency and order. himself so that he may become a rapher's Mate, Photographer'
most men will be all but separated from the This means we are to stay clean and orderly respectable citizen of St. Augus- Mate) :

service before going on terminal leave. This in our appearance. We are judged by the im- tine and marry Isabel, while his Lt. Horace B. Jackson, Lt. W. N.

doesn't apply to those eligible for release pression we make as others observe us. No other self continues Main. to terrorizethe I Beall, Lt (Jg) Adam L. Maxey, and _
prior to 1 January but subsequent dis- Ens. T, S. Hosse.
man with self respect will without being YELLOW
go Hoard No. 10 (Storekeeper
charges will] be transferred to separation properly shaven or in clothing which is not RIS, by Bruce Marshall, is an account -I Storekeeper D, Storekeeper \',

activities, processed and sent on terminal clean and fitting. We cannot stress the mate of the corruption in that Ship's Service Man B, Ship's Serve J

leave so that their leaves will expire not later ter of too much. It is im- city in the six years before 1940, ice Alan! O, Ship's Service Man T,
than their enlistments.It our appearance but throughout the book the au Ship's Service Man L, Yeoman) :
portant anywhere, any time. thor has faith in the re-birth of Lt. Cmdr H. L. Eppelin, Lt. Bet-
will be to return to Navy
necessary Of still greater importance is our atti the city through a spiritual awakening tie B. West, and Lt. (jg) C. H,
jurisdiction for discharge at expiration of !
"The yellow tapers are,
and will mailedto tude. Our Lord opened His "Sermon on theMount" Board No. 11 Pharmacist'
terminal leave. Pay papers be supposedly, the candles of brown, (
the man's home address. He can wear : with what is called the "Beatitudes"in unbleached wax put around the Mate, Hospital Aprentlce lc) : ,

civilian clothes while leave and seek which He stressed the importance of the bier at a requiem. But the coffin Lt, Comdr. Frank D. Dobyns, Lt.
on em-
attitude of men. We are told in still another on the bier was only a catafalque, Esther Meloni and Ch.Pharm.: R,
ployment. If he rates more than 45 days for Paris was not dead but alive H. Robertson.
his heart
leave, he'll]) be paid twice-30 days: after go- place that" as "a man thinketh in underground, working for her lib. Board No. 13 (Ship's Cook
ing on leave and again on date of discharge.If so is he. A man's attitude represents what erty." I Ship's Cook Butcher, Baker, Steward -

he has less than 45 days leave he'll be he actually is. It is for this reason that we SALEM FRIGATE, by John Cook, Steward's Mate):
I should always be sure that our attitude is Edward Jennings, Is a tale of ro Lt. Owen P. Sullivan and CPCJ. ..
paid in full on date of discharge.Also .
F. Evans.
examinationthat mance and adventures during the
In find
right. many cases we on
explained were methods of comput- Board No. 13 Training
to beginnings of the U. S. Navy. It (Flight ,
and of leave we are wrong, and it is necessary Officer Candidate ) :
ing leave recording taken. Conflicting tells of two Salem men and the Program
portions of BuPers Manual have change our attitudes about certain problems women they loved, and of their Lt. Comdr. F. B. Stone, Lt. C.

been canceled and Navy Regulations will be Happy is the man who can do so without experiences aboard the famous G, Coward and Lt.. R. R. House.
having a change forced on him. Any observer frigate "ESSEX. This vessel was i
to conform to the Armed
fighting pirates in Tripoli, and the r
that these two
will]] recognize immediately
19113. British in the War of 1812. ( )

Veterans may obtain forms at all post fundamental characteristics are importantin IMPERIAL VENUS by Edgar WILL RECEIVE CASH

offices with which to apply for compensa- our lives as we live them in the positionswe :Mass is based on the life of Na

tion for unused leave. Federal funds to the now hold If a man looks right and acts poleon's favorite sister, :Pauline. CLOTH'G ALLOWANCESEAA
right, there is good reason to believe that he It gives a detailed picture of Na-
tune of have been
poleon's family and background. ( cash clothing allowance -
is thinking right.
these payments to members and former YANKEE STOREKEEPER, by of $105 in the case of enlistedmen

members of the armed services CHAPLAIN II. L. STAMPER. Ralph- Ernest Gould, is full of :Yankee i, who served as commissioned
-- humor and sly wisdom. The or warrant officers under temporary -

I .. breath of life of this storekeeperis appointments and revert to
USS HAWAII TO BE FITTED FOR GUIDED MISSILES a good trade, and the book has CPOs, cooks, stewards or members
many stories of swapping I of of Navy or Naval Academy If

Vidal's WILLIWAW bands is now authorized, accordn,
Gore novel, -
is the dramatic struggle ofa ing to Alnav 462-46. Enlisted men
while serving as com-
freight steamer in the Aleu discharged
missioned warrant officers un-
tians. "A Williwaw is a storm, a or
big wind, which arises suddenly, der temporary apointment reenlist- .
I ..
1 e f 7, striking against ships that navigate ing within three months in any of
the above' ratings are also eligiblefor
Alaskan waters. the allowance.
John Durant and Edward Rice S
Enlisted men sen-ing as com '
5.M have collaborated in writing
missioned or warrant officers un-
COME OUT FIGHTING, which I der temporary appointmept who
is a pictorial history of prize fight-
f revent to any rating below that of '.
ing. "A lively book about the
CPO or to any rating other than
manly art. those listed above will receive an .
Frederick G. Lieb has
a new j
allowance of $100. Men who were
book on the DETROIT TIGERS.
discharged while serving as commissioned
I ..
or warrant officers un-

E.t tf I der temporary appointments will
Navy Will Study receive $100 for clothing allowance :

I if they reenlist within three
Effects Of ABombOn
months to serve on active duty in

Bikini Animals I any rating below CPO or in any ... 1
rating other than those listed

I ( SEA) Approximately 2,500 above.

white rats, pigs, and goats have
been sent to the Navy Medical Re- !

search Center, Bethesda, Md., I I nr1uffn .
aboard the USS Burleson (APA-:

67)) for special study. The animals I At the Station Chapel, Birmingham
are survivors of some 4,900 Road and MiMtin Avenue-
sent to Operation Crossroads and Protestant

exposed to the efects of the atom 0730-Holy Communion Chaplain
bomb.In E. W. Andrew 'Y
0930-NTI Service-Chaplain E. W. r
Test Able, preliminary figures Andrew -
show that 10 cent
'4 per 1043,-Divine Servlci-Ch i>Ialrt! F. L.
animals involved died from air Albert. .
blast efects and another 10 per Catholic

; r cent died later, largely as a result 0700-Maw.OUOO .
u of radio-activity. Still another \ -Mam.
one-tenth were destroyed for 1100 Ma...
BUlldlSt'ho :, SEA study purposes.In 0930-Chuplain W. R. Stevenson,
'I, t $ Test Baker, none of the animals An Outdoor Nursery for small children i
u died of blast effects, but all I I. maintained between 0000 ,
20 of the pigs used died from ra- and 1200. I

diat'on sickness, as did 126 of the Week-day Relifloa Service. ...

Though her completion date has, been ttt back with Slowing of Nary hip program Official, CI1-J U, 8.shown Navy Photo here 200 white rats used. In all, 60 per Jewnh Kelifioui Service Hour andPellowahfp .1
cent of the animals to the
avbnlMinf at Camden N. J will b. exposed
completed with guided mli.ilI Installations., Friday In the fnil Chaptl.
blast in the second test died. j



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3 October 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS rage rive


. b'HE -27A1ff:1 l

I: AROUNDEngineering -

i _
) n n
qqi DivisionlsyTommy l -
I n
Mclaughlin F \ A S IV!

FLASH! Your star (not moon- Welch: is pinch-hitting in the .
'- struck) reporter is now on leave meantime. .
Yep headed toward the beautiful .
Oil! yes, I hope you will be so
state of Kansas (Wichita, that is)
kind as to put up with this substi-
treks Freddie "The Tie" Clyne
k tute until Freddie returns -
with his large family, one wife, ,
two kids, and one dog. All hope
you have a good time, Fred, and Administration and I'rrfconnel
arrive safely with the consolationthat by-Mai Butler-Well, here we are _
you don't have to go to work after another slow week. Pay day
I the next day with the rest of the was Friday and the office is still
..... mad designers. I full of chatter -about budgets and
4 From the latest reports on the ways of saving money while oth-

__ % / Ten Pin front, it seems as thoughthe ers are thinking up ways to spendit
bowling team is progressing especially the girls. One thing
nicely Buzz Happy "Buzz Buzz" about pay day is that on the Monday
Gamache has already figured out afterward you have different
5TTIt the number of trophies his team kinds of 'lipstick, fingernail pol-
will win All this provided, of ish, and toe nail polish to look at.

course, that he and Nick shoot a I hear that talk is still circulating
300 game every time. about the party a coupleof
11' xv Did any of you slip stick R.E.I. weeks ago about Barbara
(Reason Engineers are Insane) Merck, etc How's flying, Bar-
,. engineers know that the master of bara
the Mad House, Tracy, is a Sun- I What newcomer of a few weeks
day School teacher That's the ago is being. seen lately having
r.t w reason duplicating has such a'I''I lunch at the cafeteria surroundedby
pious-looking bunch. a bunch of the girls Stay sin-
, The definition of the week is, I! gle, Jimmie, It's a lot more fun,
"An engineer is one who measures I I What well known sailor in time
a kiss by degrees centigrade and section is making frequent tripsto
modulus of elasticity. Dinsmore these past few weeks.
Most of us have heard of Post- Is it serious, Harry
War Reconversion, but the latest At this writing we have a man
Skilled V/codxvorhcrs: thing on this subject is Earl Par- doing double work because of the

I\ due turning draftsman 'Tis rum illness of Williemae Spencer We
GIVE TilElEN in the Pub- ored that he will make draftsman, hope it is nothing serious and
lic Works Carpenter Shop a few senior grade, as soon as he learns that she will be back) ,;oon Drink-
feet of lumber, saws, hammers, that you don't make a straightline I water is getting so far behind he
I nails, planes, and a few% other with a french curve. I is pulling out the rest of his hair.
tools and they can make most Another person on leave from There Isn't much to pull is there,
anything Proving the truth of our division is Comdr. Fisher, whois Austin
-. this statement are R. Jorgenson taking a much-deserved rest. All Adeline Jocis, a former em
left, and A. B. Scarboro in join in wishing him a good time ploye in Personnel Records, visit-
the photo above repairing the with hopes that he returns in the ed in A & R last week. Sure was
body of a station wagon.J. best of spirits Ensign "Casanova"SUPpivi nice to see you again, Addie
__ _ n__ _
C. Nettles left sands a -
bookcase Just completed for one -.
I of the offices at N AS. These are InspectingThe
. only a couple of the varied tasks .
s 4 which are performed by the men r/
in the shop. C
4 j5LLi
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-- -- ---
.. Inspectors


WORKS M Bernice M Boyle inspector in

By CLARA E. SI'EER I Machine Operations is taking that

> long-looked-for vacation, and asher
Supply Department Bowling
I previous plans materialized,
. .........' J 'J... .. Those wedding bells keep ring- League will get under way duringthe ,I she did go to Texas. Don't be surprised
Ing o'er the Maintenance Section. second week in October. The if she comes back a regular
Jennie Farford is next, but all the teams entered so far are Stock cow-hand
.' details are still Indefinite. Juanita Control, Outgoing Stores, Ac- Inspector J, A. Morris has been
transferred from j inspection!! duties
Wise of Design has been off this counting, Engine Parts, South An-
in the Fabric
... ) nex Salt Miners, and Storehouse Shop "Sewing
'':, : \ .1'. week attending to the particularsof Group No 2. All other units are Circle" back to his old stomping

;:;-- her sister's wedding on Saturday invited to enter a team. Experience grounds in the Wing Shop. He was
..... !:- replaced by D. W. Howard, S2c.E. .
is not
We never have seen Juanita necessary, as the bowl-
H. Collins, inspector in the
quite so excited and wonder how ing will be based on handicaps
, Engine Overhaul Division, has recently -
h she'll be next Spring when her according to averages. The Leaguewill
'x, turn comes around I bowl one night a week Con- undergone an operation in
tact one of the local hospitals. A speedy -
I I/' Billy Rountree or Remer
:? I called Ethel Huffman this is wished from
Touchton recovery you
(Shipping, extension
morning to get the news from
the entire department, Mr Col-
8855) for details.
Come on fellows,
Maintenance and listened to her
let's bowl! lins, and we hope you will soon
brag about a new man down therein be able to return to work.
the job order section. After A mild ripple of excitement was I You've heard of large fish stories -
about minutes his created before work the other day I
five name came I hunting trips, and many oth-
--- ---- -- -- --- in Purchase when Collier
out-seems it was Don Woods, Shirley I. er kinds of tales, many of whichare
Chief Clerk, who was handling presented Ruth Crosier with a I exaggerated to a great extent.
Versatile Carpenters Can Fix Mr Mini job in his absence. huge piggy bank for her new However, when the informer produces -

M I Seems Mr. McMahon of Design grandson "Piggy" was of such actual pictures to verify his

, .. Everything But A Broken Heart Isn't the only one in the depart- elephantine proportions that it "tales," then you know he isnt
solve the
ment who raises pups. John P. may problem sending bragging-and fellow-workers in
Sullivan of the Carpenter Shop its owner hence.to college seventeen the Landing Gear Shop are saying

It's rumored that Public Works :Maintenance: men can was presented with a litter of five years "you really did" after seeing the
this week, to add to his fine collection I The Proposal Section is welcom- pictures which Inspector Monar-
mend anything but a broken heart, and while they sadly of chickens, ducks, and : ing back in their midst Estelle ty brought to prove his statementsthat

admit this one deficiency, they really can fix nearly everything turkeys. By the way, Mr Sullivan I'' Davis, and the Shipping Division, he has been a "great soldier

.. else. is quite a poUltry doctor and Margaret Abbott and hunter."

. True to this reputation is the Carpenter Shop under raises the prettiest turkeys :vou- I -- - -

the supervision of C. J. Tebbe. Here all woodwork: problems 've ever seen. I WINS AWARD I'l
.. We wonder who is to run the
can be solved with a mini 1.I 1.--- -- -----
I mum of time and effort Over In I pair and make truck bodies, rebuild Dempster-Dumpster business next ''I
103a refrigerator doors week while Charles Landiss is on
one corner of the shop Bldg. '
group of men may be working on trailers in the station housingarea vacation?

a new body for a station wagon and also build wharves was -

or installing a new truck floor. In The Carpenter Shop not only We are sad as our peerless Mail '
another corner, a man may be re- does work for NAS but also for File, and Record Clerk, Lucie
slatting a Venetian blind, and in the Naval Air Advanced Training Martin, is leaving to assume the I
still another corner, skilled hands Command, Naval Air Technical duties of a.housewife. Lucie, who
are busy constructing apd repair- I Training Center, Headquarters of has served long and faithfully, I
ing furniture for both offices and the Seventh Naval District, and, will really be missed. Not only did !
dwellings in the station's housingarea. at times, for the Naval Hospital she work and slave for our depart-I

I ment, but everyone on the station I
To take care of the many buildings owes her a vote of thanks for a
around NAS, the shop has a i job well done We hate to see ;you
. crew of outside carpenters who GATE GOSSIP 1I ] go, but then far be it from us to '
replace doors and window Trames, stand in the way of progress. So,
.. .
resurface floors, repair broken I ---- ---- -- -- ---- please let us wish you lots of
furniture and fixtures, and many I Mary Baiket of the Statistical years of continued happiness j
other jobs necessary to the main- I and Record Section said "I do" to Personnel Actions Section. is all I I

tenance of a building. Although Esse Lewis at 1600 last SundayIn agog over the outcome of the vacation :
\ the outside crew makes repairs on st. John's Episcopal Church. trip of Lena Harper. ..
I.. the job, those requiring mill work The bride looked beautiful, and Mighty long trip to make just to '
are sent to the shop, where they the bridegroom handsome. We are see the scenery
are taken care of by the men operating sure you will be very happy, Mary,
We to welcome back
. the various woodworking and please come down off that are glad
r to the fold Tena Rodeillat who
machines. cloud have been floating on
you has been ill Nice
When it became necessary to for the past three or four months. quite going.
sectionsof Tena, but take it easy, as we mean t
begin replacing various Mrs Baxley of the Statistical and
to keep with us this time.
which you
station wagon Record Section entertained for
were starting to deteriorate, bids Mary at a chicken dinner with We all miss Henry Masterson ,
were obtained from local body I everybody in the section eating who is enjoying a well earned I
factories and shops. The bids were their way through stacks! and leave in "deah ole Alabam" with COMDR. RALPH. 1IUJ1FS, Supply and Accounting Officer
very high and it was decided to stacks of cnicken and biscuits. his mother left, congratulates John A, Ringer after presenting him with a $56
turn the work over to the car- Martha Pearson, who consumed There was no news from the : check as an award for a beneficial suggestion he submitted. Mr.
penter shop. The men not only I about ten biscuits and enough Employment Section this time, but I Ringer devised a table to be used in breaking donw the costs of 1
.. repair station wagon bodies but chicken to feed a family, can we hope they will have some single units when billed at gross price which shaves' computationtime
also put new floors in buses, re- vouch as to how good the meal good news for the next issue down to seconds and eliminates the possibility of errors.


NEWS SECTION 3 October 1946
,....t NATTC JAX AIR ,



i C.puin Howard V. ,Hopkins! USN.!
"tear CommintUr Itob.rtP. .8......... USN
.iA Executive
I catl Editorial Offices for NATTC
, : Section Rooms 137 and 138,

, C Administration Building 500-A. .J I
'q'- IUHAT TO DO! WHERE TO GO/ Tel. Ext. 208

W. Andrvw AdvlxirE. I.t. Comdr. ChC( ) I
1 r Editor
1m MOVIE SCHEDULE Arthur KouUnnikoli. SI.
SporU Writ..rRol..rt
J. Wehlin, S2ePhrtoicriuth

' NATTC Made br NAS Photo lab* ft. A*. Fund. I
a School hoto Lab.
Penny' f
Singleton and Arthur Lake. Shows at 1400, 1730 and :2000. I ir'y r'- '''Jt.
t I,KID.VY AND S.\1'mm.\\-"THE SHOW OFF". with Red Skel < I
ton and Marilyn Maxwell. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. ,
SU4U.\:" \' -"WHITE TIE AND TAILS" starring Ella Raines and I

Dan Duryea. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. I
Claire Trevor and Gail Russell. Shows at BOO 1730 and 2000. .
VKDNKSD.VY"LITTLE; : ; MISS BIG" with Fay Holden and Beverly I

TIIUKSDAY Simmons. Shows"VACATION at 1400. 1730 IN and RENO 2000.," with Ann Jeffries. and. :<"O".,. ,-"',..,.. _.. .-. .w, .. .. ....". """ .-" ,, i-'. 0.w. r ,. .,.daf/0 w -_......

Jack Haley. Shows at 1400 1730 and 2000. Three Men receive seven awards at Saturday Inspection. In
photo above Theodore H. Kemp receiving congratulatory handshakefrom '.
Yellow Water inspecting officer Commander Blythe. Kemp received the Dis- I
tinguished Flying Cross, a Gold Star in lieu of a second Air Medal
TIIUKSDAY-:NO SHOW. and the Navy Unit Commendation and Ribbon Bar. On Kemp's !
FRIDAY .\ \n'm\\-"THE KILLERS" with Ava Gardner right is Joseph Drew ACMM who received the Navy Unit Commen- "
and Burt Lancaster. dation and Ribbon Bar. On his right is Ronald J, Maclsaacs, Chief
SVNIV"nLOJt:, : KNOWS BKST," with Penny Singleton Eelectrician Who received the Presidential Unit Citation, which wasawarJed '
and Arthur Lake. the U.S.S. Hornet, also the Ribbon Bar and Bronze Star. (3j ; 1e
--- ------ ---- -- --- --
MONDAY AND TlasU.U'-"THE SHOW OFF, with Red Skel- -

ton and Marilyn Maxwell.WKDNKSDAY LOUISE SHELDON'S ALL 31 .A
; "WHITE TIE AND TAILS," starring Ella Raines

FICIDAY DANCE with Louise Sheldon and her All Girl Band. r

:2000-2 UK). Music: lovers and Dance fans ;e k

THIIMPS TO DO-ABOARD are in for another treat tomorrow, ., w _

Friday, October 4th, at the N A TT- "I'.,' 'o-* s ,

JImmY SHOP Monday through Friday 1700- Center A'Idltorlul1when Virgil
1300-2130. New location in Bldg 414, After a thorough examination
2130. Saturday Louise Sheldon
for leather craft Whyte presents the doctor eyed the tall and very
Wing No. 1. on duty
and her All Girl Orchestra, knownas
thin patient.
model airplanes, and plexiglas! I
}t the Musigals, "America's Finest "Well, doc, how do I stand?"
1730-2130. Outdoor
I1KEK: II.\Llr--Open
All Girl Band, for your dancing asked the patient.
Sandwiches and snacks available.
areas. "
entertainment. "Goodness: knows, replied. the r
OFFICERS' KKCKKATION ROOM In auditorium The band was at Yellow Water doctor, "it's a miracle."
open daily ping pong and pool and lounge avail last evening and was enthusiastically : I
accepted by both jitterbug and :
able. JI
Sailor: "I love you darling; I r
behind Service avail smoothie fans! alike. I It ,
BOWLING: -Six alleys Ship's I adore you. ,
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, I I I WAVE: "Are you going to
1700-2130 Free bowling if you set your own pins. marry me?"

lOc a liner for pin boys I SHUFFLEBOARDOT7CtrRS Sailor: "Don't change the sub-

MODEL AlKl'LANK CLUB (NATTC Airdales) ject." ,

Meets Saturday morning at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg. \ .. IIii J

BAI.I.ICOOM DANCE CLASS--Every Monday and A sailor entered a tavern with :
Wednesday at the Hostess House. Beginners class his wife and very small son and M En "
1900 to 2000 Advanced class. 2000 to 2100. ordered two beers. I 'I
li "Hey" demanded the kid "ain'trua I
SN7UMING-Pooi: :" No. Recreation tor WAVES drinking?" I ,

", WAVE Officers, Couples, Family Groups Children """ I I
must oe accompanied by parents. Monday through C1> letters front
to 2100 Sunday 1230 to 2100. Nurse reading some .
Saturday I CDil1UPCO home to a sailor: "Here is a letter

I'Oti.o. 2-t oi Mme Personnel: only-Enlisted from,your wife saying you are the
through Friday, 0900 to 1100. I By UEH I1'\ J. ( OI.l.REPORTED .\', father of a ten pound boy."
and Otttcer Monday "
"Does she say anything else?
1500 to 1600 and 1700 to :2100.! Saturday, tip $
1200 to 1400. "No except at the end of the
1230 to 2100! 6 SeJl.- Joseph E. Smith Lt., "
0900 to 2100. Sunday ( letter she says, Truly yours.
1000 to unset. t USN, CTO. .
Course, daily nom
GOLF-Station 10 Sept.-Robeit A. Colby, Cdr. tf
Saturday and Sunday from 09001700. Open. to all DC, USN, Assistant Dental Officer. "I can't marry the Chief, Moth "
Clubs available at Gear Locker in South- er. He's an atheist and doesn't be- .
personnel. Warren Ad. ieve there's a hell" i
Monday through Satur- 0 13 Sept.Benjamin I .--
, tide of NATTC Auditorium. Lt. USN. "Marry him. my dear, and be- -
1030-1700. ims.
-1000-1700, Sunday
';. day 14 Sept.- Ira Arch Francis, Lt. ,wen us we'll convince him he's I Set fur a walk on the road to stardom
MUSIC-Anyone interested In joining the NATT'Cats ), USN. ." curvesorue Paula Drew want
(jg vrong.
'ft'I I \ Orchestra, contact T. F. Raye at Barracks 465. | 16 Sept.-Arthur L. May Lt. company Signed on the dotted line

\ls-Racquets: :" and balls available at Physical !:' (!Jgl(, USN, TAI Div. Mess Cook: "Did you want your by Producer Walter Wander, Paula
Training Bldg. 513. 22 Sept.Jules F. Schumacher, turned over ?" will next be seen In Universal
I 1500 to 2100 O-ln-C, Naval Air ggs International's Clnecolor "The Vigt I
1I0l'st-Open daily Jdr., USN,
[ sa.t-I Chow Hound: "Yes, to the museum -
urday and Sunday 1100 to 2100. For NATTC I Gunnery School. I of natural history." (antes Keturn .

'h." personnel, relatives! and guests.NAl'TC DETACHED ...

LIBRARY-Located in Auditorium. Open 6 Sept.William R. Preston, I :HASH-MARK By Bob Black'Ft.Y' .

through Friday-0930 to 2100; Saturday and Lt. (jg), USNR. ,I ,
Monday 7 Sept.-Clyde W. Smith, Ch: ,
1230 to 2100.
Sunday Mach., USN. COM SEVEN.
at Gear t
ATIII.KT1C SEAR Bldg. 513. \tf Sept.Ira C. Nichols, Capt., [
Physical: Training Department MC, USNR.
SOFTBALL! Games' in the Intramural Softball 11 Sept.-Joseph W. Mross, Lt f J
League are played every week-day night beginningat (jg), USN, Curtis J. Zane, Lt r .
1700 USN. .
17 Sept.--Lawrence Kelley Lt.
IS Sept.George A. Bane, Lt. I
; JACkSONVILLE; E.\CIItS-Buses: leave at frequent intervals (jgl), USNR; Warren F. Paris, Lt. It
; from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sain e as Navy). Surf bathing (jg'l) USNR. t
i;. ana other recreation at one of worlds finest! ocean beaches 20 Sept.--William B. Sumpter,

', fare 25cCANOEING Lt., USN.

FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San 24 Sept.-Charles B. Clayton
Jr. Lt., USN.
three blocks from last stop on k
_:. Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bu, 25 Sepl.--Albttrt: Williams, Capt.
Sue canoes--$1.00 hour; motorboats .
San Juan. Row Boats--two hours, ; USMCR. % xS ,
hour, five to eight people per boat. .
per 26 Sept.-Charles H. Pearman \
\. -- -- 3. Man signifying intention of Lt. ((jgl), USN. 1k F \ ..
Discharges \J
Early reenlisting on board and ship .. S i

Arc AuthorizedBy scheduled to sail i on extended 15 OCTOBER DEADLINE '

AUtfav 421-46 cruise: so that man may receive re-
enlistment leave prior to such sail- FOR "

(SEA) Early discharges: at the ing. (SEA) The Navy has suggested
convenience of the government 4. Man's enlistment expiring on 15 October as the final date for "
originally for the duration intended
suspended mailing Christmas parcels
a Saturday. Sunday, holiday or
of the war and six months, for Naval and MarCops personnel -
have been restored under authority day preceding a holiday, in orderto in the extreme forward a
.c"\ of Alnav 42146.In permit his discharge and reenlistment areas, to afford probability of delivery .

any of _the following situations on consecutive days before Christmas Day. "f
I Senders must follow postal regulations
early discharge for the gov other than those indicated.
ernment's convenience may be ef- which prohibit mailing\ .,: s tp Mx
5. A man on general detail at a perishables overseas, and must
fected: : receiving ship, except in the case pack the articles in exceptionally x sa
1, Ship about to sail with probability of man who chooses: the option of strong containers, insure all packages .
of not returning to U. S. making up time lost due to mis- containing valuables and
before expiration of man's enlist- conduct. make certain that the full name, y

ment. ----- serial number and address of the

2. Ship'about to sail and travel Indianapolis -Rookie police patrolman recipient are used. i im .
allowance th'n; payable to man materially William Pond went on his Packages may be sent to nearer ,
less than would be due if first tour of duty at midnight a-eas after the 15 October date '
he wero discharged in port where and 27 minutes later made: his first No permission is required, nor are''jj'
ship is expected to be on normal arrest a man burglarizing a fillIng requests from men overseas necessary -
j' to mail parcels to them
late of expiration of enli -luior.t.



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3 October, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven .


" \" \\O WATER Bondy Flattens Nixon; w ,r ,

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Yellow Wider Smoke ,


1.UtppCe4( Ronald Bondy, NATTCenter's outstanding ringman, led I "rsjT!"

, the Center's array of fighters at the Yellow Water Boxing

Another Smoker has Just passedover Smoker last Thursday evening. Bondy' battered Herb Nixon, -

# one had the a boards good,time and to is to say make every-a also of NATTC into near nothingness, kayoing Nixon in 40

prups understatement. There were seconds of the third round Nixon was completely gone, and vJix

Jour of the boys from Yellow Water took the full 10-count flat on his face. But that doesn't tell j

who took' part In this one; so the whole story. Nixon was en) I -,- -- L "
Jtt's /see the reel of you hardy and the mat twice before that, but for was very close, and Herb put upa
nipped Individuals pet in shape the bell in the' second round, his I good battle, but the decision
and go a few rounds at our next time would have ,been up sooner. went to Matzek I fTTL r
one. After all, you can have a lot Bondy, in action, is somethingto Bob Bomke, (AF" 06)), hailing
y of fun by taking part. Let's get see. He is, fast aggressive, and I from Springfield, Illinois, took the
our names in to Chief Delchamps has a right uppercut that he : only other knockout of the evening
as soon as possible. brings up from the floor. It was I from Yellow Water's Paul

Perkins is supposed to wrestleor this same punch that literally Soto of Brooklyn on a TKO. So- /I
give an exhibition of hand-to- "knocked Nixon for a loop." to asked that the fight be ended __jy

hand combat arid how to run away The first round was comparatively after claiming to Referee Al Sini- 'wt Ak -Flo )
y ss +9tac 4- -7 7v'
from the same at the next smoker -, free of slugging that characterized baldi that his ribs were in too bad Y )
if he gets back from the At- the second and those shape to take any more pounding LR"_ ,
lanta Air show in time. This is forty- seconds- in tne third. wixon '_ V> -- -
strictly a volunteer move on his was on the mat midway in the victory 'j
1 part, and immediately after he I second round' for a nine-count, but Chuck Wilson I AF 09) find
signed the deal the boys in, the got up, only to be flattened once John Mathe of Yellow Water \
Barber Shop saw no further ,use more by Bondy's Jethal fists, sec fought three quick rounds, with
for the gun in his back or the razor onds before the bell sounded, end- the match finally ending in a
at his throat. There is a decided ing the round. Then came that draw Wilson landed the more effectively -

, j inclination on the part off eventful third Nixon took an un- in the opening session,
all hands to believe that Petk is believable amount of punishmentbefore but the boys resorted to toe to toe ,
laboring under delusions of grandeur succumbing in the final slugging in the two final stanzas, ,J
and that he borders on the I round, but showed no after ef- with both boys fighting evenly.
edge of being an exhibitionist. fects'after the night's events were Ha Hence the draw.
Enough of the psychology of mankind over, eating the tasty Bacon and The finale of the evening found
: !, and on to the boner details Eggs furnished by Yellow Water Jack Sheberies (CTO) facing ,
of life in the Salt Mine. I as easily and enjoying them as Don Willis of Yellow Water. Both 'i 1

:Moe Bruch is on tour at present.t's much as anyone. boys weighed in at 195 pounds,
horrible, in a way, that people Only four of the evening's ten with Willis being much taller and '
can't stand to have money. matches found a Yellow Water having a longer reach than She- i
Now heis planning to take the boy facing one from NATTCen- beries Willis used this to good !9
Block market by storm and is engrossed I ter, with all the rest being inter- > advantage in the first two rounds, '
: in a thorough study of squad matches between NATT 4 bloodying Sheberies' nose and-
Capitalism 'tis often like that I Center's team. Of the four matches holding him off. Sheberies, who ,is ",
in cases of the "nouveau riche." between NATTC and Yellow the NATTCenter runner-up in the

It seem that the little gal from Water, the locals won two, dropped 195-pound.class, took matters into "
his own hands and pounced on'
Texas is not getting much pub one, and the other ended in
Willis with savage intentness in i
these That shall be a draw.
licity days
the final round. Sheberies finally I
. remedied right now. Jim, why are The evening's first contestantswere
I connected with a hard right above
you so quiet? Has this greater love two speedy little 120pounders Willis' heart, and Willis folded a

caused you to turn aainst your Tom Godfrey (AF 07)) and Bill __ wild and woolly comrades? Sayit Bidwell (AF 10), both of NATTC,
from Bomke's fists Sinibaldi looked only slightly the worse for well known old shoe. Sinibaldi was
isn't true, Jimmy. After all I who both walked right up to the ,
busy giving the count and had
these months together let this center of the ring at the first bell incidentally, was the third man wear after absorbing all of the
10" on the tip of his when
true love only enhance your life. and stood toe to toe throwing in the ring for all of the ten blows landed by Passman's flail- the bell sounded ending tongue the round 1 ..

Don't let it crowd out your pals. I leather fast and hard Both boys bouts. ing fists and the fight. Willis was in such a
Jimmy11!!!!! delighted the fans all through the'I Chicago's Ed Caba (AEM) and The biggest upset of the eve- state that he couldn't have gotten

Peep&y Lipe is really dashing fight.. Bidwell ran out of his corner Jim Webrec (AF 09) of Pennsylvania ning saw NATTCenter's champion up even if he'd wanted to.

around madly these days. Everytime into Godfrey's in the second I, went through snappy Tony Compagnone (CTC) lose the Only a fi action"of a second mot
j, you see him he's on the run. round and again started slugging, 'I rounds with the bout going to a decision to Darell Pouch (AF 09)), to the round and Sheberies wouy
What's the matter, Chief? but was tiring noticeably as the draw Webrec appeared' back to I Tony was in constant trouble, and have had another KO to his credit
ha'vefor round came to a close. Godfrey'j i his old trouble of missing at the definitely outclassed in the tussle
Guess that is about all we I 1 These same two boys, Willis and
came out the final victor, start of the fight but started connecting -
taking Fouch hit Tony almost at will, ]
this time I wish Sheberies were scheduled for a
you guys
of Bidwell when he I better in the second round
advantage was with Compagnone not being able
would send a little dope around I i return match at the next Smoker
to take the decision God- i I to that time Caba was landingsome I
to of the
move out way. Perhapsthe
this way. It's pretty hard to hack + which will be held here at N A TT.Center's
frey was connecting while Bidwellwas solid blows, but appeared to fact that Compagnone has
. out a column when all you have I boxing team, also has
. missing. tire ever so slightly as the fight 1 been out for football these last
to go on is what you think happened Chief Sinibaldi has informed u?
4o whom. I don't mean to The next bout featured Herb progressed.Carl weeks has ruined his leg muscles that both Sheberies and Tony
Bend in stuff like "our cat had kit Richert, AF 09)) and Ernie Mat- Passman (AF 07) easily I built up for the ring. Compagnone are on Draft probably
tens" or "Guess who had who out zek of Yellow Water. Matzek was took the decision from :Mark Koch- I In the next encounter, Roger I leaving this week some time.
what night a&d where they went I a hard hitter for all of his 125 evar ( AF 08)) in the next battle. Card outclassed Bert Stiller, tak- I Chief Sinibaldi, head of the NA TT-

-Ha1! Ha! Hah!!" just give a line I pounds and kept wading in to Passman landed a hard right to ing are decision easily Cardo never i Center's boxing team, also has
or two on some interesting bit of strike again and again. Richert the heart in the opening canto and had a bit of trouble, sending asked us to announce that if any "
I' turf that you think anyone else stood him off with a long loopingleft from then on was clearly the bos Stiller to the mat in the second one on this base is interested in 1
. would get a kick out of reading. I that continually was pokingits Kochevar took plenty of punishment round as the bell sounded, endingthe boxing, to come to the gym at
Make a note of the happeningsand way in Matzek's lace The fight but staged on his feet, and round, then coasting in for his any time.and try out for the team. ,,i I
leave them in the Welfare office -

with an appropriate heading. Captain Hopkins Commends Former Academy Grid Star
'Bye for now We have to takea j

TCpmprende Spanish ?at I >Ship's Service' Military Bearing Of AOM "A" On Coaching Staff Here I

U. S. ConstructingFirst Neatness 'Pays Off; Seven Classes Excused From Insp. Another Wisconsin man has head of material. "

joined the coaching staff of the
Atomic-Age Unexpected rewards are reaped from precise marching Jax football team. He is Comdr. Comdr. Born was coached by y\
and military bearing while going to and from classes. This one of the greatest Navy coachesof
Howard E. Born, former regularend all time, Rip Miller. This brings '1
Fighting VesselsSEA I point was proven ]last week when classes 36, 37, 02, 03, 04, for three years at the Naval up another coincidence within the

I and 08 of Aviation Ordnancemen "A" School, TOA Division Academy at Annapolis, Md. Born coaching staff. Miller was one of
( ), The worlds first atom nice compliment byNATrcenter's now now joins Lt. Harry Knick the famous four horsemen from
personal ancUvery
ic-age capital ships will be shipsof were given a elbine to form a Wisconsin duo. Notre Dame, as was Harry :Stuhl-
the U. S. Navy. Already under Skipper himself, Captain Hopkins. Comdr. Born hails from Racine, dreher, who happens to be the for-
.. \ construction, the USS Kentucky Captain Hopkins happened to ------ -- -- while Lt. Knickelbine is from mer coach of Lt. Knickelbine.
. (BB-66) and the USS Hawaii (CB- be riding by, when these men Atlanta (SEA)-Veteran JamesA. Milwaukee. Born was tutored at the end posi-

3)) will be the first guided-missile were marching to classes' Com- Smith's countenance is overcast While he was at the Naval tion by another famous football ;

warships. Both'ships were startedas menting on their tine appearance, since his wife gave away his overcoat Academy, Comdr. Born was an star, "One-Play" OBrien.
conventional design vessels, but he had the car stopped and In- outstanding athlete in two major I The coach told about something
construction work recently was quired of the men, the class numbers to a garbage collector He sports, football and lacrosse. He which rarely happens in the
_ curtailed and design studies started etc. Following is the body has three other overcoats; it's just was a member of the lacrosse I pigskin very sport at the Academy or
them with main batteries of the letter of Commendationfrom had
to arm that particular one $2,000 team which was slated to go to I at West Point. His brother Chuck
of robot rockets Instead of the Captain: in bills He's '
in the
.., pocket. trying the Olympics, but a matter concerning Born, who is an Army general,
guns. 1, The above named were classes ---- -- -- eligibility kept the team I and his other brother, Ben, whois
\ Hull design on the ships will be commended by the Captain for HELEN HIGHWATER from going. He played four yearson a Navy captain, played against .I
conventional, but superstructure their military appearance and the football squad, one of theseas each other in the famous Army l
,design will be a departure, the I for the preciseness' of their mili- '.1 a plcbe. He also received four Navy game. It is very rare for 'I
lessons learned' at Bikini affording tary formation. -- letters for lacrosse while he was two brothers to go to different) }

. the main bases of change. 2. It is recommended that all at the Academy. academies and then meet' each
Vice Admiral E. L. Cochrane, I men in these' classes be excused $ ;./ After he had completed his other on the gridiron in football'

USN, Chief of BuShips, announc- from Saturday Inspections duringthe grade school work, Comdr Born greatest classic of the year, the !
ing the change, explained, "The month of October. entered prep school, St. John's Army-Navy game. o
Navy's experiments' with guided You must agree being excused 7 Military Academy, where he received Comdr. Born is married and has' % "
" missiles have arways c ntemplat- from one month's Saturday morn- 1 1 his basic training for Annapolis two children, a boy and a girl. Hejjfc 1
ed eventual shipboard installation, ing's Inspection is something that I '. While a student at St. I Ii expects to get up to the Academy ,{1
although design studies were' handicapped is worth working for. t i John's, he was a member of the some time this fall to see his
until the Navy had made The school is in charge of Lieu football eleven and held down the' Navy team in action.
more progress in the developmentof tenant Sutton, O-in-C, Ensign Tur- end post for three seasons. The >
guided missiles. lington, Asstt O-in-C and also Per- prep school played all the major OP .',.
I "Design studies now being made sonnel Officer, and Chief Gunner j colleges throughout the east and
# for the Kentucky and Hawaii, together :McCauley, Technical Director and middle-west, not the varsity IV NAVY ARE CHANGED ,
with the development of Division Officer. Asked for a statement squads, but the fresman elevens.
missiles guided' by carrier-based' Lt. Sutton said: "If any r They played such freshman teamsas (SEA Terms of service for'first
aircraft, will lead to a revolutionin credit should be given it should I : : # Wisconsin, Marquette, Minnesota I enlistments and re-enlist-
ments in the regular Navy were
the striking power' of naval go to the Chief Petty Officers, and f{ and_Pennsylvania.After .
ITYi set' at four of six effective
warships. Jt is still too early to the Students willingness to cooperate 1 r his graduation from An- years
I 1 September by NavAct 65 (NDB,
make any forecast of the ultimate anpolis, Comdr. Born played with
31 ), Applicants 17
design of these ships except that I I the Pensacola team of '34, which August yearsof
howeevr, will be enlistedfor
they will be guided missile warships Long Bt'ach-Tattoo parlors report won the national all-serviie championship age
." a new style of trend intro- by beating Langley Field. minority I A
I I duced by veterans of Operation He reported to Cecil Field little] I
, Before marriage a man yearnsfor Crossroads: Full-color leproductlon more than a year ago, 14 monthsto Absent :Minded Businessman
a woman, and after marriage, -usually on the chestof the "And Because You're a, Navy I be exact, but is at NAS Jax Ui;sing his wife) And now, deal
the "Y" is silent atomic bomb cloud. Printer You Think I'm Your Type. serving on the Admiral'o Slpf r' will dictate a couple Of letters.t .

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Tin 700 FIGHT FANS, who were at the boxing smoker held at the NATTf Jatkie Blount hits Johnny Carroll with a sharp left. I Bottom Left. Toby Reed

Auditorium earl last week ,;aw a line show and the ever present photographer an ex-professional now in the N'ahammers Johnny Carter another professional ,
i aught a few \\11 the boys as thegave their exhibitions .>t the manly art In the
into the ropes tn the second round Later in the stanza, Reed knocked(
I picture <*t the top right/ Joe Bien the !southpaw I'rllmS'onSln lands a hard left j
to the jaw Jim Reagan

as \\ebrei went on from there to win the derision ,Top right! In an exhibi- lands a long left to the head of Aaron Garcia ol Texas in the sixth bout of the
tion btwo professionals who came out to the station to aid the Y lC'A drive evening Reagan scored many point with his left and took the decision _

Preparing For Season Opener, McDonnell And NAS Softball Team Bows To St.

Negro Grid Team Seeks Players i Golf Withlin TourneyThe Win I Simons For 2nd Loss Of Season

Another one of Is AS Jax's football elevens takes to the The locals lost their second game of the Softball season

gridiron next \\eeK. The NAS Tigers, the colored football the Best golf course Ball Tournament last Wednesday heldat I last Friday when St. Simons of Georgia ]handed them a 6-0

team, tangle with the Hastings Vocational School eleven turned out to be a tight-lipped af- I beating at the power plant diamond. Smith, hurler for the

here Wednesday afternoon at Mason Field. This will be fair in which every shot was a crucial (eorgia lads, faced but 21 men in ringing up his victory. He

the first of four: games for the Tigers at home. They have one. The unmistakable star of allowed but two hits, one walk, and fanned eight. The game

eight games on tab, four away, and four here, at Jax. I nell the day who was carded Chief an J.even C. McDon-par 35 I was fast played. It took only !51 1 minutes to play the seven
--- ----- --------
The Tigers have really been han McDonnell aided inning encounter.
was greatly by
ter Kover has one of the finest ---
dicapped from the very offset of I linemen in Wallace. Wallace is an | birdieing the second hole, and he St Simons started things off -up their- last run in the sixth on
the season. First off, they had ''I, came through with a bogie five on right in the first frame when they two safeties and a drive to left,
apt pivot man and will prove to the fourth.The picked up two runs on one hit,
trouble securing a coach, but now II I scoring Blontin from third. For
the coaching of be a good defensive man At tackles I tournament was won by one error, and a couple of long their box score, Simons rackedup
they are "Dutch"under Kover Kover I he has White, Holmes, and 'McDonnell and Chief J. A With pokes to the outer gardens. Jax six runs on seven hits three

hails Clayton from Orange City, Iowa, two others, but right now they i lin who came through with a birdieon held them in the second, but the miscues on the part of the Jax
Saints cameb ack in their half of
three of are on the injured list They are the seventh. The pair carded a
where he played years nine.The
ball. He was out for Bell, and Cheatham. At the end gross 34 minus their handicap the 3rd and tallied another markeron Jaxmen were never able to(
high stool
the Jax squad this tall, but a leg I posts, the Tiger mentor has put which gave them a net 30. Righton a bingle by Hahn the left- get to Smith, and it looked as if
forced him onto the side. Watkins and Ward, two big lads. their heels with a net 32 cameE. fielder, and an error on the Jax Smith had hung up a one-hitter

lines.injury But this does not end all the I You can well see the plight B. Darvy, S2c, and R. Jepsen, I infield They added another two until the sixth when Kaylor came
woes and worries of the colored which the colored boys and their AOM 2c.Third I to their score in the fourth on across with Jax's other base
three hits, two of these being doubles
knock. leftfielder for the
and coach are in. With men Zayac
outfit. Transfers discharges mere they I place In the contest went and sacrifice. chalked
cut the could form into a fine outfit, but r ,a They, Jax outfit, belted out a drive to(
injuries have original number to 2nd Lt M. F. Gildner and Chief
-- -- -- - -- --
candidates down to if added men do not come out, it right center in his first appearance -
of 40 a Tally with a nice 33 net score.
f husband and wife combo
visitingthe to the plate in the second
looks slightly dismal for the Ti-
is Following them came Chief J.
mere 15. If the team expectedto
Is Marine frame. Wetzel took the mound for
course frequently
gers this fall. One thing that the
finish out the season, more Wood and Chief Nelen with a net
Tiger eleven does have Captain \'. J. 1'eebles and his the locals and had good control
men will be needed Kover can I is-spirit 35 while Chief E. E. Etta and
field a worthwhile pigskin elevenif Although there is never any real Chief Gushanon ended up fifth harming spouse HDJS from throughout the game, although the
another 20 or more men come I opposition to scrimmage against, when they carded a net 36. The the Separation Center who are on score shewed differently. It just
seemed as though the winner
the team. Otherwise, the the locals are always hustling and sixth went to Ens. Yeomansand
out for place
the station their discharge bunched their hits in the
awaiting right
full of So once again the "
NAS boys are in for a hard time. pep. Chief Justiss as they came
plea is out. If there are any col- nice 38 for the have taken advantage of blotches and were able to score
The backfield is slowly taking through a
A couple of Texas league doublesin
ored men who wish to ball,
play i| the local course Many of I the boys,
and with the addition of ,
shape anew show up at the Mat Field the fourth put the game on ice I'I
//I. man Chadwick, it should be afternoon after three and you'llbe any GOLD f.AZINfiSLt. I stationed oversew's' for quite awhile for the Georgia lads. Both his
fast, but they will need a heavy given a chance to show Kennler and Lt. Comdr. take their exercise: out on I followed each other adn both were ;
line to front their attack Gaut, ', self your- I'arkas have, _shown great Improvement I the link Captain Grant liar down ther ight and left field lines' .j
who formerly played with Buddy ,.I In their games recently It become an ardent golfer and he Is Mayo second baseman for the
Young at the University of Illinois I II I A regular patron of the golf shook I( frequently showing his ware on winners, pulled the catch of the
is in the quarterback slot and \CKiriCK. I'LAl' Is Lt. Kills 1'erkey who (ray been I I the course with ('omdr. I). mlth.I. day when he caught Zayac's blooper -

seems to be the brain of the outfit I (SEA-A) bit of shrewd coach getting/ his weekly exenlse j I. Chief C.:II. 1'I' mer, plying over behind first base backhanded -
Plaskett and Butler make up ing by Manager Clay Hopper of Two players who have b >en sharpening I bill first game of golf In six .
the rest of the quartet while Whiteis I Montreal iced a 4-2 ball game for up their games h)' regular I months, reported i i In to the golf Jax tangles with Banana River
expected to change between tac- 'the Royals. Hopper, coaching on visits to the course in the last shack vvltli a creditable 39. tomorrow night at Banana River
kle and the backfield He's goodat third, waved both Lew Riggs and week were 2nd Lt.V.. W. Pickers | In a few more weeks, golfer will The locals won a forfeit game
either spot. Earl Naylor around the bag, yell- and Liis.: Hob White, both of 'begin to cut down their &onreH beCOUNO from them at the beginning of a
At the guard spot' there are ing to Rlggs to "Slide rightl"Riggs CQTU.! Unite I Is, quite a they will be playing on the the season and need this game and
three boys clamoring for the first I did, and Naylor scored, being and from a'll reports gOIft'r'j. I short' temporary greens while the the remaining few to stay on top
string assignment, Harrington, too close behind to get taggedby many fine games, In various, rye grass will be sowed for winter in the conference scramble for
Jones, and Witherspoon At cen the catcher, too aments at Miami -. first place.
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