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: October 10, 1946
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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4-No. 31 ? 10 October 1946

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command



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Jax-Navy Home Game Saturday

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Tropical Hurricane Fails To Strike Naval Air Station

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Preparation Was I I Face Formidable

*So Thorough, No '. ;'; J' Cherry Point Foe

Damage CausedHIGHEST 5\ At Local StadiumKICKOFF

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GUSTS ONLY .': ,y .
'.' AT 2000 FREE
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vicious, widely-heralded t '
Y By Doug Cro tropical hurricane which had
The 1916 edition of the Jax-
the entire state of Florida in Navy football team will have

alarm Monday, petered out i'k quite a battle on its hands

with little damage, but not when it tangles with the

without disrupting life at r Cherry Point Marine Flyers

NAS. e Saturday night at :Municipal\
r i .rwwr .. Stadium. Kickoff will be at 2000.
Personnel here began to hear .r The Marines are well stocked with
about the storm over the week- 4*' former college stars and ex semi-
end when radio news flashes 4555A pro gridders but to meet the
blared out the word that a hur- threat Coach Kovalcheck hall
ricane was ripping its way across shifted his backfield to give it
the Caribbean and heading for more scoring punch.
Florida Monday morning things "Wahoo" Mancos, who played a
happened fast. The station was
sterling game at quarterback in
placed in Condition II at 0800 and the Annapolis Jayvee game two
in Condition I shortly thereafterat I weeks ago, has been shifted to the
0910. II I M"5"BATTEN s left halfback slot and has the ability
Throughout the station prepar- I to become an ace triple threat.
ations were made to weather the I Mancos is the best blocker on the
expected high winds. All loose ".... .._ ,
I :; 'if. -- squad, and can run pass and kick
gear was tied down, and inside DOWN THE HATCHES" was the watchword at NAS Monday as all hands prepared: for with equal skill. Though only
buildings furniture was moved i the impending hurricane which failed to materialize. With the field closed most of the day, not many weighing 155 pounds, he has the
away from the bulkheads Since planes were evacuated, and those which remained here were tied down to weather the big blow. In the courage and stamina to play a full
the field was closed a good partof driving rain, C. N. Swanson, S2c, left and E. A. Bezler. S2c, secure a Corsair. during the height ofMonday's sixty-minute game.
the day, few planes were evac- -
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uated and the remainder were activity.- '-- --- -- I I Although a drastic reduction
crowded into the hangars or tied ''in Welfare! fund has forced officials -
down outside. ICivvies Again i Authorized For All NAS I' to charge admission" for
Civilian employees were told late L natal personnel, servicemen in
Monday afternoon not to reportto uniform may' obtain regular
work again until they had been !! Naval' Personnel On Leave Or LibertyThe $1.50 general admission ticket
advised to the contrary over the __ I for only 50 cent1 In addition,
Married service ----- free bug will befurnished
radio. personnel next time you see some- transportation
and which forced can prohibitive for the average whitehat's I
living ashore were also permittedto decked out in tweeds or from the Air Station
one any .
stay at home with their famil- cellation after a couple of daysof budget. I to the stadium and return. Hutses -
ies until the danger had passedand other sharp civilian outfit flashan a similar directive soon after :, 2. Most sailors on active duty will leave from the corner of
they were recalled by local radio ID card to get in or out the the war's end last Summer, fail- today joined the Navy voluntarilyand : Yorktown and Muslin! until
announcement. Personnel residing gate, don't let it surprise you too ed to materialize. Jacksonville one of the reasons was that 1830, and from the gate at the
in the barracks were con- much. After being "taboo" dur- haberdasheries haven't been clean- they liked the uniform. Their reaction stadium after the game.Mancos' .
ed out by local bluejackets, and was, should we wear
fined to the station Monday nightas ---- -- ----
all liberty was cancelled. ing the war years, civilian clothes their suit and topcoat racks are civvies; we joined up to get out o{ vacated "field general"position
Supply made ready to shelter have again been authorized for as full ( *) as they were last them." will fall into the handsof
families who wished to be ila naval personnel on leave or liber week Generally, a large majority was either Paul LaHullier or W.
substantial place when the storm An informal survey by the JAX of the opinion that members of Weller. LaHullier, the former half
unleashed its fury. Mattresses, pil- ty.But the order permitting those AIR NEWS revealed two principal I the armed forces get preferential back, is a good enough blocker to
lows, and supplies of coffee, cream, sport shirts, four-in-hand ties, I reasons for the lack of a run on treatment, and the only way the play the quarterback spot. W.
and sugar were issued, but only pegged trousers, and zooty jackets .. I pin-stripes: I public would know they were serv- Clarke who was in the second
handful of people showed up failed to produce any wild ; 1. Even with the recent pay icemen was to be in uniform. A backfield at the Annapolis game
.hen it became apparent that rush downtown to the men's shops. raise the price of clothing today I lesser but nonetheless important I has finally picked up a fast start,
(Continued on Page 2)) j The buying spree which was an- makes an outfit of civvies almost ; (Continued on Page 2) j| Continued on rage Eight

Probable Starting Line-Up For Saturday Night's Game I

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The Jax-Navy Football team will play its opening home game this terback to a triple-threat halfback. Here's how they will probably take

Saturday night at the Municipal Stadium against the Cherry Point the field Saturday: Marvin Hardin, KE; Gene Hinton, HT; Dave Culp,
Marine Flyers Coach Kovalcheck has revamped parts of his line-up in KG; J. Collins, C: C. II. Adams LG; Norris Thomas, LT; T. S. Ary, LK;

order to strengthen the team for the game. The Jaxmen will probablybe W. 1C. Clarke, F1J; E. H. Hansen. Kill; Paul Lallullier QB, and "Wa

sparked by "Wahoo" Mancos who has been converted from a quar- hoo" Mancos, LIIII. -1.11I.

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 10- October 1946

and sky blue water That draft j
which left for Cuba last week sure
IHosP-itall was lucky.'hen that cold wind

sweeps over the compound, you
Regulars are going to be wishing
I you were with them Just wait Yat 1
I and see. I
It seems as if this column Our thanks go to the Ray
changes hands more than anyone Holmes Trio now playing at Fletchers -
item in the Air News, but with for such a good programin
Bob Duke taking of on terminal the flee Hall Sunday afternoon -

leave, lucky dog), someone has 29 September, sponsored b>'
to tn it. The old policy still goes, the Red Cross z
rind that is. any and alLnews will Thanks also go to Mr. Robinsonof
be gratefully: accepted Call us at the Jax Recreation Department, I II
642 or drop by the Aid Building. who made available 30 tickets for I
4. .. *. I patients to hear the "Grand Ole

Speaking of terminal leave, it Opry" Wednesday night 3 October Musical Gals
looks like the Reserves' time is The Opry group was headedby
lolling around. That draft which Paul Howard and featured the
NAs:; UAXnUitripped; :\ thelight
left last week looked mighty good I Arkansas Cotton Tickers The
fantastic to the music of
to us Maybe we'll see more of wedding advertised was a real one, H1-c Ya
an all-girl orchestra last Thursday
that, mmmm'?*. *. (' that Wade.of Slim Idaho and Mary night. The novelty clickedand ) )
Louise Sheldon and her
football *
The Red Cross sponsored
band In
were a huge success
contest got off to a good start 'Goodb.ves" were in order last
the photo above the gals swing
last week with two patients tying week to Lt. Comdr. A. J. Po'ntrcss -
out with a hot number At right
for winnahs-. C. Abott and G. (NO). Miss Fo>'ntress left .
Gene While and Billie Montgomery
C Peal), each missing on only two for duty in New York althoughshe are shown with their
games So get jour entry in, fellOW remarked she was first heading prizes after being picked as the
F'!. for California "to I'of>Ca little
best dancers at the affair by
.. a
good: weather" She reported herein Miss Sheluon

Those interested in learning April from the U.S.S. Tran- __ .. n __ _____ _
dome new crafts be sure and come I quality picked a sailor, not an ex-soldier r
to the Rec Hall Thursday night I . 1 s > J f f ,;

30 October, at 1POO\ and ,attend the We also bade farewell last weekto I Now that civvies are okay
Red Cross Arts and Crafts party Ann Dunty of the record ofhce again we expect fo run into lots
-there will be food, fun and girls. Ann left for wedding chimes and I of old buddies in snappj-looking H
*. *. her home in Lake Placid Fla It i outfits in Jacksonville Boy! won't ,
For the latest in interior decoration seems to us that she could have those tweeds feel good again Fiiw
recommend look into -------- --- -- -
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the garagesuch colors! Mama. RECEIVE AWARDS
I like pink lace!

As for Tommy Harper, the commissary ,
"te-rh." it looks pretty f a

black With all his leave, etc. FY

counted off, we have the word a e, t q \
that he will still be around next
March! Why not sign over Harpo ,.,. "- 4

you'II be here as long as the Regulars 17x

For, anyway.a the a few. It ;. ; (
past days things ; wi I :Y1
have been pretty quiet around the Ba M
compound We couldn't lay our e s
finder on the exact spot but now t' : a

we know The broad and beaftung : : .
face of "Wild Bill" Ferguson is -
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missing Yep Fergv on emergency '. es, while enlisted personnel may
leave Ah sweet peace &' Civvies wear them only in traveling to and

*. I e ;. ,. from the gate: going to or (coming
Those Hever boys Bill and Bob '. f:;'. Ls r41e 'r (Continued from Page It) from liberty or leave

are back from Missouri now. I -'. .," 't / E Ea reason was locker space for all All servicemen were reminded
Seems Missouri was a pretty wonderful > this additional clothing. that they must keep their Navy
place for 14 days, eh boys ? '" Identification in their possession'
Leave must be a wonderful thing. I Word of the detective permitting at all times They must also wear
Maybe we'll)) get on the gravy train I civvies spread like wildfire late the uniform while traveling if they

in time #. last week, preceding actual distribution I I' desire to obtain .furlough rates
of the AIJlaIt wasnt 4 I
Congratulations are in line for I
I till early Monday however, that II) CARl PHOTOS NOW
the Those last rE'rSOnI
nel inspections corpsmen were might sharp most of the base read Station Order MADE: AT 1AIM Oil'l( K
I IKtt'p
No. 22-46 which outlined local .
up the good work fellows, I S the 1 When you need to have a new
regulations governing +wearing
it'll be a lot easier en everjone
of civilian tlothefc ID card picture taken, you no
You know what we mean -,.. ... -... '. ., ..." ,*... ""It'
Ca.. According to the cider officers longer: have to travel back and

Say Ui>'s, have a heart: Quit ioOSTEEN DhCOK\TIO.NS: WERE PKKSENTEI! by Rear I may wear civilian clothes on authorized I I forth between the Yard Office'and
kidding John Resell. about his Admiral Ralph E Davison at Captain's Inspection last Saturday. leave or liberty, as can | Photo Lab
"falling" hair. It s not falling he's Officers attached here who received' awards included Captain MM all enlisted personnel Both officers I j To save time and make it easier
just thinning it himself that's all. DeWolf, front row left Commendation Ribbon; Lt. Comdr. W. L. and enlisted personnel may keep for all)) hands. ID card pictures'
And with Johnny. that's a tender N.vbury, front row second from left Bronze Star and Navy Unit their clothing) on the station but are now being made at the Yard
eubject Mighty tender! Commendation; Lt. S. G. Kona, front row right Air Medal; Lt. # r C. Beck, second row left, ( almost obscured) from view )I. Navy to station movies, at athletic okayed, it" as announced this
By now some of our old buddiesare Unit Commendation; and Lt. W....L. Adams, second row right, events and various officers mess week
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.. ChIef J. W. Smith was honoredat

a dance' held at the CPO Club

Saturday when he was presentedwith

i>kv a silver plaque for his outstanding

i service and unselfish de-

votion to the organization In addition c
to the plaque, Chief Smith a r" i ik

was presented with a 12 gauge I ,I
double-barreled shotgun Mrs.
Smith received an orchid' I
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Durng his tour of duty at NAS
Jacksonville, Chief Smith served 1

the CPO Club continuously, hold
II ing the office of president' vice I
president member of the Boardof
< .# ..- Governors, and manager, After I 4r
almost 25 years of continuous active
? duty, he reported to the Post I
1r Demobilization Center Tuesday I

'. After separation, Chief and Mrs I
Smith will retire to their home in '
y.x11 nortland Oregon:

PreparationContinued I
A w I. ( from Page 1)
thE'rcWNlld be no dangerous I r

f winds Although. everything was set fora Ii i % 1/'i/ i-

truly strong blow, the hurricane ,
> seemed to lose force after it I
passed over land and practically II

dissipated itself Aeiology reportedthe I
strongest gusts: 47 knotsat
0400 Tuesday, and a resurgence at
c, 0645 with gusts up to 43 knots I

I. I The thorough and complete _""'TW '",,...,,,'..._ I.I. I
preparations, plus the fact that
I.f s I. --- w vf the actual hurricane never struck /''lIlIil "?, w. SMITH was honored at a dance Saturday night at I
f IT UAS "OFF WITH the' old, en with the new" this week here, resulted In not one dingle I the CPO Club when he was presented' with an inscribed silver plaque 4
r following' the new regulations permitting the wearing of civvies report of storm damage to Public I and a 12-gauge: double-banelled t-hotgunt and C'aHCHe is shown
Jerry "Slim" Avery, Sic, a member of the JAX AIR NEWS sport I \\ orkll. A leaking roof which above, left, receiving' the shotgun from the Clubs president, ChiefW.
staff, t-hrds his blues to nee what he looks, like in a civilian outfit. could hardly be: termed damage, I F. Merihk. Mm Smith want forgotten, either, for she was
lftf'dlE'fll to say "Slim" seemed lo like the lesult I was the worst thing Buffered here presented< with a lovely

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10 October 1946: JAX AIR NEWS Page Three ;

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.\," REPORTERliy I P1 US E E N T

. Uoug Crocket, S2c
I gUESTIONr Would you ratherbe
stationed in the heat of the
South or in the cold North ?


w St Louis Missouri.

I would much rather be stationed I
up North because of the four 1 -
seasons. There is a variety of --
Climate while in the South it is


S2c Pine View Georgia I "LITTLE MISS BIG," featuring Fay Holden Shows at if30 and
'\ I would rather be stationed in 2000.

the South because I do not mind 1..ltll. >AY

k the climate at all. I was born and "G. I. WAR BRIDES" with James Ellison Shows at 1730 and 2000.
raised(; in the South and I do not SATUKDIY AM SUNDAY

r think I would like the cold weather "CLOAK AND DAGGER," starring Gary Cooper Shows at 1430

1730, and 2000.
II. C'. imv.sOX, GM3c Jackson
Since my home Is in Jacksonville

you can guess where I would TIIUKsllY AND ICIDAY

rather be stationed Besides, I like I "THREE LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE" with June Haver. Show at
the warm weather: a lot better 2000 only.
than the cold. \1UKU\Y .

t;. M. ADAMS, AMlc, Harris- "LANDRUSH," with Charles Starrett. Show at 2000 only.
hhl", thii ,U how I get along; betwwn payday, !" burg Pa SUNDAY

I would much rather be in the "G. I. WAR BRIDES" starring James Ellison Show at 2000 only.
North because I can't stand this
IS GLORIA BEING CHASED? heat. I also like the winter
sports "
"CLOAK AND DAGGER with Gary Cooper( Show at 2000 only.
I played up in the North

land KU

I would rather be stationed up : IllNGO 1.\1tTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.ATIII.I''l'U .
North because even though I come ; CiKAK-Available at Mat area Yorktown Avenue and

from the South I like the cold Mustin Road 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room topside -
L. weather a lot better than all this
heat Bldg. 726 0800-1700 on work days.

IIIC.NSt'OICUlntIC., S2c. I 'IOJEIlIU'I...\ E siior-Hear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400

I would rather be down sere daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
IJOLINO-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation BuildingNo.
than in the North because I like
the warm weather and I like the 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 :Mondays through Fridays; 1700-

scenery The only thing I have 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
against the South is the mosquitos BOXING For Information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.

'" which almost drive me crazy. ,I Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after

WINSTON IKHU.II S2c South 1500.

Bend Indiana. MAINSIDE J.UNOt-Fol'merly the Reception Center located in

I would rather be stationed in the South wing of Building No. 955: irf open to NAS personnel and

the North because the cold of the their guests from 1000 to 2200 dally Available for wedding receptions
North appeals to me more than the by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho

rain of Florida Of course I would nograph available for use of all hands.
like to be stationed at Great Lakesso
I.IUltAUY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Building -
as to be near home.
P1a my i in. 1 No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Fiiday. Saturdayfrom
.\\ 1D STOCKS, sic, Clare-
1100 to 1630 Sunday from 1200 to :2100
mount Cal I,
I SUIMMINO Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming, '
That's hard for me to say because
I like them both for differ 1800-2100 daily Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100

ent reasons. I like the people of Sunday from 1200 to 2100.

the North more than the southern GOLr-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun

people. but I prefer the southern day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing

climate to the North. trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
I A'Iol'IIOIt.Ua-Open dally to enlisted personnel (with liberty

tids and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
Another "Well Done."

FieldILNNIs-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train
NAs: Jut'kfeonvllle and Indlrevtly I.
ing Building No. 726), and also on Mat. area (corner of Mustin arid
the AJUC Department received !
a "Well l>i"ne" l .. --
from the ('ommmd"r, a"al11'' --

Transport service.l .Atlantic<<
Patently, the answer I* "of I Win". Former Luxury Liner Commercial

CAurno." Ii'ii Gloria: de Haven, It wi a> pointed out that an I Normandie Now Burned

the MiM( gal, being very charm. I K4D-5 luvd been recrhrd by Air I i Out Junk HeapSEA Bulletin
I Rusting .
ing and windblown (and chased) Transport .squadron ONh: : a* a ,

at the 111 .d,. repKu'tmt-nt! for another turnedin Nor
( )-The once-majestic Bulletins will he accepted uatrlhvace
for t\ .rhalli. 'Hie painstaking
" (Itltat 31?) I mandie is now a burned out 83- has been filled, but no later
care and attention lust .
/. I : 423-ton junk-heap rusting at a : 8240.
than lOttO Jiifd.ty. Kvl.
-4. (this plane) Inloiisly reeheil -
i1 {V 1 0 0 I I Brooklyn dock President Trumanauthorized '
<' \\ hlle going through/ overhaul S\I'K
". the Maritime Conunission ion :
at station reflettcrtslit \
your to offer the former French IMuxe tinliv "'HIT H,H. v..,y 1.1| coillilioii. ; ,
SEA I upon your entire command I I liner for scrap But the job of salvaging ii'. Kolliway IM-.J .".J nsttress. uw.1.
," the letter read. "This dollar investment very little, ii<>. H"I.l1"YI"' '', WIK.|
excellent, support extended' to a I the 71-million ti,..,., AI".14 off /limit. IIJ J 1473! Cumbnilui -
._ is s.) costly that no one ,! K.i
unit attached to IhU command
I wants her even for scrap : isle Cro.I l.y RiJio-PhonotfraKh! wit.h.....- w
It doesn't how
matter watchfuland
has greatly assisted them In .
'1 .oll..ti. .
Normandie iii ttM cumiiUltt Lt. (Jill)
vigilant a girl is, if a fellow Oiimlmting their assigned I Built in 1935 the 1, ...rlian, ext 117IhrM .
kisses her it U certain he will do HcliediileH with a mlnlmiiin de I was taken over by the Navy nine room* of diriiiturv. 1.1 l ooinlitimi, ,
Harbor renamed Cull ....t.r 17Di, UliU 'h,
II I days after Pearl I ids SUItUI
it right under her nose. lay. 1'lease extend" my sliuereappre converted l-urii cout.H. Ku 1.,7.
I I ('lallon to all ('OIlt'-flll.1 for Lafayette and was being Golf clubs, set .>f five iron, n..", Ual'\ ..
i a job l '''rll d......'." into a troopship capable of ca..y.ing **.1. Se. Kt Golf. l $h..,.... };.t. SI 57.KK .
"Any nice! girls in this town .. J 23.00men when she caught
"'Suie. they ie all nice.:' fire and capsized. It cost 11 million i KKNTU
SALTY HUMOR FROM flow many miles to the next Mary knew a little lamb dollars to raise the vessel and dMibl boiirocHii for c.Hii.U, wiiiil .
tower Whose love she much preferred; her free of water I >n...te both. pnvui entrance. mxli-iH
pump .
But she couldn wait- in -very way. Also Iwuciliy irlvilftl, ,
Indirectly, the Normandie aidedin 3I.M Randall) :II. Phone ,'-7H-,.).
And so she wed Nice i Unio front Iwdrom. on him I lino.
the of $700000000 ,
1st A.S. "Where's the miz1.enmast salvaging
I'OKM :I : I 751 M It.. Kiver. .
A wolf who had been deferred. I *y i.l# Ph.>n" 7.714i
? worth of ships and materials fora .
after 170.1RMIIII.
i "
I draw the line at kissing, she said
2nd A.S.: "I dori't know How salvage school was set up originally doiililor >ini"l.. l-.1. Gum** .HIM).1I
In accent fine. I Sailor; "Can I take you home" I merely to complete the sal WHuh-hiMiiw |>rivil, ..n.... Iwj l bl.s l .kx. fnHM
long has It been mizzen ? I
Uu liiif Ph.irw
Girl where do live? Y.Jli7:
But he was a football hero and so : "Sure you the Normandie.
operations on Ihiwt .
vage ,
I t I sleeping rams' f r eo.ple or mm,
tie crossed the line. >. The 'training proved so valuable i i>n bu lino Mim B. H,mntim, 2(ill I 1'., II
I A sailor wad eating chow at the I II "Is your flaming sweetie the gal that it was continued during the ht. 1'h'Na 1.7I1di.

I mess hall when a friend joined I in the bright red dress war ( for a long time under the W\NTK
I crept upstairs, my shoes In hand him. "Yes. that's my red hot mama, command of Commodore William
Just a-j the night took wing "Hello, Bill" he said "whatta ya why?" Rids from Riv?r.ii.. """ lion to N\H Max
A. Sullivan, USX I, and eventually day thimixh rrnlay Working hours (IHKOto
t And SAW< my wife just four steps' got there, tea or coffee *" "I just saw her having a fire resulted in salvaging operationsall 181': I'ho iw t. tJllI.
above j "They didn't say" replied( his drill in a coupe with some other i over the world by men trained Rulrf frown :It. John .. M.ll.ry to MASIwir .
girl. W"rkinn, hours OS09 to
Doing the same darned thing! buddy. guy. I in the school I UM. E,t 76H MIM Bxlltimrtmcnt .
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br .t wif.
( "n iin no rhil .n or |>yu. Would! Ilk. n<*..r ()rt<*K",
STALEMATE ly Harold Jon.,. SI Sidestep Rivrwiin., iir .Kvon.UU. Phorw :l.64r..
Rid. frees t"tli, & Mdin t, N\H WorkiiM
hour 074r ti> Ull.: Mr. W.,,.!... e>t.
5)110 ..-.1...," with' or without Vitilipnpnvil
; ......'.. n....r N,\4. Cull) Witi
'I'w'or thrw b'tlriKim h....... or .....'.I-
N m."t. furnithwi partly furninhAl "',or
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Four JAX AIR NEWS 10 .October 1946

--- .-. -- --_. IT'S A TOUGlll.lrE By Sleeves

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editorial Office
South Wing, Lower Deck, Bldj. 930
lelepnone Extension!: W438 Dews ar c1Vieus f rnmSta6

Arthur M. Greene, Editor

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no

expense to the government and in compliance with tMatt.trs y,,, y .. .'1t. ry
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 May 1945. Copiesare 0 wrYt.
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Most of us have been brought up to be-
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, lieve that doubt and scepticism are wrong

the Ing Command Headquarters, Headquarters of the Naval of Air the Advanced Seventh Train-Naval I and should be avoided. To acknowledge any; i ,, .. '' .1.1i .1j

District Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, doubt is generally thought of as a sign of i '
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval mental weakness. That is not so. On the 1. ;

Hospital. contrary, a bit of scepticism; is a gooa
Rear Admiral Ralph Davlion, When tells that he has
Commandant. Seventh Naval District thing. a person me
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training never had any doubts about anything-

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN Commanding whether it be politics, religion, or anything I
Jacksonville Naval Air Station else-then has i
I feel sure that he never
Captain Howard V. Hopkins, USN. Commanding done much thinking.
Naval Air Technical training Center
There is no such thing as being able to
Contain Robert M. Gillett MC USN,
( ) Commanding
U, S. Naval Hospital arrive at a position and then stay there. ;
Life is a continuous of change and<
LL Col. Alexander A. Vandrgrift. Jr., USMC. Commanding process
Marine BarrackaComdr. growth. Since we cannot stand still, if we

Julea F. Schumacher, VSN. Commanding do not grow, we move backwards-we de-
Naval Air Gunnery RangeLt. teriorate or stagnate. Every important ad-

William H. Loon 1, Jr., USN Commanding vance which the human race has ever made CI:!:' ..;' -.L
Natal Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil HeldCart. << has been because someone asked questions. a-

Alexander M Ream USMC He was sceptical about something already II.m es
Marine Aviation
established and taken for granted, and be- "You can straighten up now, :Mate! it's topped( blowing;."
Th. JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship' Editorial Association -- -----
ma- of this doubt able to on and
terlal. Republication of credited matter prohibited without cause was go '
permission of SEA. Washington 26, D. C Republication of another arrive at new truth. It is said that Francis

without matter per,lllllOn, except of by EdItor service; lAX publication.AIR Nt-WS.It prohibited Bacon had'on his bookplate a__picture of a II' I I BOOK SHELF ,

----- ship sailing out between the Pillars of Hercules r- ;

into the open sea, with the motto un- YY WE HAPPY FEW by Helen-
High Command Shuffled derneath: "More Beyond." There is always [ Spr> ,yf s Howe is a story of life among the ,'f 0
beyond. 1 intelligentsia and it is related .<.
(SEA-Eight) top posts were affected more with wit and a trace of mal- "
as SecNav James Forrestal announced the There is new truth and better living By WINNIE JONES ice. It Is the picture of a small ":,
ahead if willing to look beyond whatis group of Harvard professors and
we are
shuffling of the Navy high command ashore Sunday ,Tomorrow I must their wives before and during
and afloat. The changes, to take place over a to what can be and what ought to be. remember to write that column for World War IL-Dorothea, wife of a

period of several months, are in line with The young doctor in Cronin's novel, THE the Air News. Course I don't distinguished faculty member, is ',
Navy policy of rotation and retirement.Vice CITADEL, when asked what was the basic know what to say. Wish some of smugly satisfied with her life in :
principle he followed in the practice of his the girls would contribute some the faculty circle, and it is her .4.
Admiral Louis Denfeld, USN, Chiefof news to pass on. awakening that the reader is Invited -
it is to
Naval Personnel and Deputy CNO for profession, said, "I suppose never Let's see-might mention the ar- to witness. ,
Personnel will take; anything for granted." That is a good r lyal of the Whiting Field WAVESand Weston in the DARK ,{
relieve Admiral John H. Tow- of the two from Ft. Lauder- Christine
principle for anyone to follow, in whatever the story of a young !
ers, USN, in February as CincPac. Admiral line of endeavor.The dale. Got in a couple more re-cn- war widow. She encounters a man .:
Towers will retire. Vice Admiral William M. profession or listees, too, which brings the total so like her husband that,she trans :.
Fechteler, USN, takes the BuPers and DC- important thing is to arrive at the of Jax WAVES up to 144. fers her affections to him in a kind 1
NO Personnel posts. truth.; Therefore, no doctrine, no institution, Guess it must be about time to of "fixation," thereby creating "
mode of conduct is too important or too have a "get-acquainted" party a series of emotional problems and t
Vice Admiral W. II. P. Blandy, USN, in no in the interest over in Bldg. 716 or a supper out situations before a satisfactory solution ",,
sacred to be doubted questioned -
or In the area so we can have names ,
command of Joint Task Force No. 1 which is found. This book is a Lit- .
; of arriving at the truth. for all these new faces. erary Guild Selection.
conducted the atom bomb tests at Bikini, Then a few words about MORNING Frazier .t
When a person stops asking questions, say RED by Ruby -
will take over command of the Eighth Fleet. when he loses his habit of doubting, when the conditioning classes WAVESPT Frey has a setting in the Ohio >>
Fleet He relieves Admiral Marc A. Mitscher, it is handed to him is holding out on the shuffleboard country in the 1750's. The heroine, .J
USN, who was recently appointed CincLant. he takes everything as court. They'll be held at Jane Bell, goes into the new territory :<
then he stops growing and begins to drift 1730 every Monday, Tuesday, when her first husband dies. t
Vice Admiral Earle W. Mills, USN, now back. Let it be said again: nothing is too sacred Wednesday and Thursday. Alsoon She survives the terrors of the 1
deputy chief of BuShips, takes over as Chiefin to be questioned in the interests of arriving Tuesdays and Thursdays there Frontier, including capture by the _
November. Vice Admiral Edward L. Coch- will be volleyball on the mat at Indians. The story of John Frazier "
the truth.
at 1800. Now we can hope to lose her second husband, is based on a
rane, USN, who has been Chief of BuShips, What I have been saying does not mean some of that extra girth caused real frontier character, and Washington -
becomes Chief of Materiel Division, succeed- that we should cultivate a permanent habitof by heat (and sweets) expansion. Braddock, and Franklin !
ing Admiral Ben Moreell, USN, who is retiring indecision. Every person has to live and :Maybe say something about appear in the tale.INDEPENDENT. .

act on the basis of what he knows and be- the Schenley A & standing R section inspection last Saturday.with Halldor Kiljan Laxness PEOPLE is an epic by ..

Commodore Paul F. Lee, USN, will be- lieves at that moment. That is where faith They calm she was doing her novel of Icelandic peasant life. The
come new Chief of Naval Research, relieving comes in (but more of that at another,time). darndest to keep her ears and that peasant Bjartur struggled for 18 .I \
Vice Admiral Harold G. Bowen. USN, in No- At the same time, however, we need to keep ail at attention, but her curiosity years to get hold of enough moneyto
exceeded her
military training. farm, and then has
buy a sheep
vember. Admiral Bowen is retiring and the alive in us this questioning faculty. Without Guess she feels that she should to struggle just as hard to keep it.
Assistant Chief of Naval research, Rear Ad- desiring to be flippant at all, I would proposean accept the regulations as well as It is a study of contrasts, provingthe
miral Luis de Florez, USNR, is returning eleventh commandment: "Thout shalt the privileges extended to an honorary Icelandic assertion "We are
Ripple The kittens the Selectedby 1
to inactive duty. not take anything for granted. are independent people.
being well cared for by "foster- the Book-of-the Month. 1
New superintendent of the Naval Academy Chaplain W. R. Stevenson. mother" Glover Guardian Bo- George Tabori's COMPANIONSOF
is Rear Admiral James L. Holloway, ---+,,-- gert is having trouble convincing THE LEFT HAND is a novel ; -
USN, who will take over in January from NEW UNKNOWN SOLDIER Persy (for Personality) that a dip that looks back with detachmentand
In the wash basin is a suitable from a distance on the scenesof '!
Vice Admiral Aubrey W. Fitch USN who is
servicemanhemay substitution for the pool. ) the recent beastliness in Nazi
An unknown American
i retiring. Wonder why more girls don't occupied Europe. The author Is a
Rear Admiral Felix L.Johnson USN be a soldier, sailor, Marine or Coast take advantage of the library and young English journalist of Hun
Guardsman-who died in World War II will other offerings of 716perhapsthey garian birth.IMPRESARIO.
will relieve Vice Admiral Arthur
S. Carpender don't realize S. Hurok in
lie in honor in the Memorial Amphitheatrein what's over by
USN, as Director of Public Relations. there. Why, that library topsidehas collaboration with Ruth Goode is a
beside the Unknown ..
Admiral Carpender is retiring. Arlington Cemetery oodles of good books, and new personally conducted visit bacic'
-*- Soldier of World War I. No one will knowin ones are being added each week. stage; a vivid account of men an
J which theater of the war he fought. Then, of course, there are the women who devote their lives t Jt
Jr Letters To The Editor President Truman has signed a bill authorizing craft shop, the radio and vie, the music and the dance. Included are
the of War to providefor lounge, the pool and the ping pong sketches of Chaliapin, Pavlova J
4 Secretary tables. It's a good place to go to Isadora Duncan, Marian Anderson, J
Dear Editor
: the burial of an unknown American serviceman from
I get away that "stuffed-up- and Salvador Dall.
I wish to say a few words in defense of who gave his life overseas during n-a-barracks" feeling.All Alpheus Thomas Mason has

,} the WAVES aboard this station. Recently, the war, as a symbol of the thousands of this radio reporting of the written BRANDEIS, A FREEMAN'S I"
especially since so many new sailors have other Americans who also were killed. The approaching hurricane brings to LIFE. It gives a personal
mind former experiences-of civilIans appraisal of his character and the
i reported aboard from various boot camps, time has not been announced when the selection with children in WAVES barracks I impression he made on law and
4 t the WAVES have been badly mistreated and and burial will occur. here at Jax-of the time the life !
abused by vulgar and obscene language. The entire Banana River station was -.
In the world
graves across 21,000 unidentified ,. Subjects of research will be
1 sailors in general have been showing too ]little Americans lie, and until all hope storm evacuated blew to mighty Orlando close and then to that the aero-dynamics, thermodynamics, '....

respect and lack of courtesy toward the of identification is given up, efforts will be refuge-of the time the Vero chemistry, mathematics and phy-
; WAVES.I made to reduce the number of nameless Beach girls were evacuated from sics.jJiiii1iiiIi.
am a WAVE. The other night I walked dead. their island to the town high "
inside the Navy Bus Station with my girl school to sleep (7) on the hardwood

friend. We were minding our own business, sailors said or did. How can a fellow who has was really floors hurt.-of the No matter time Miami how ,

when suddenly a sailor (seaman) began a mother or sister treat a girl, any girl, with close we have been to one, we still At the Station Chapels, Birmingham I "
making insulting remarks to me because I abuse by using scurrilous words and coarse agree that excitement or no, the Road and H..tin Avenue
was a WAVE and because I happened to bea insulting speech in their presence. I realize best place for those things is out Pmtcitanl '.
second class officer. I did not that there few WAVES at sea where they have plenty of 0730-Holy Communion Chlplaln.I
f petty care are so aboard this room to dissipate. E. W. Andrew I
to argue or make a scene, so I asked him to station compared to sailors that usually 0930-NATTC Service-Chaplain E. W. i

go away and mind his own business. Instead there will be one or two girls on a bus full Liquid Rocket Devices Andrewa.fiundny Small Chapel '. .,
of doing so, he invited me outside so he of sailors Surely they can wait until the Goal Of Navy Research 0)30-Chaplain; W, R. Stevenon.1045Divln. .

.- could knock II- out of me, so he said. girls get off before they begin using such (SEA)-Liquid rocket and Intermittent S.nlee.-C'h/oplaln F. X. J
'f". Luckily, the other sailors present came to language. Jet propulsion devicrs are Albert. .
r. my aid i and stopped him from annoying me. Regardless of the fact that we are goals of the Navy-sponsoreg- C th.li0700Mi.M. "

However, nothing saved my hurt pride, and WAVES, we are still ladies, and remarks to year research at five program universities being conducted 0900-Ma.i.. i I .
incidents such these aren't for- the well under llOO-Maa. .. t'An
i as easily contrary aren't'ery relished. We the name "Project Squid." The Office Outdoor :.
"I Nuraery for email chil 1
gotten. consider. sailors to be whereaswe of Naval
gentlemen Research
set up the dren I* maintained between 01)00) I'r' .
: How many times I have observed girls would like to be considered as ladies and study plan at Cornell, Purdue and ItOO. I, '(
:1 Princeton, New York Jawlak BelifloM Bonrlca and
,';,:: coming in from liberty feeling hurt, angry, treated as such. and thei Polytechnic Institute University of F.ll.waUp Hoar i'' .\
or disgusted because of something a few INDIGNANT WAVE. rooklyn! at the request of BuAer. UOO-FrliVy )I. the Small Chapel.r :,.I'


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10 October 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five ,

Station Four Examinations ;. I

I I,:" Announced By ZVAS ,
'.1 Garage Und Civil Service BoardFour !1

Scooter Shop examinations for .- I J
tonal appointments were announced 1

), 0 1,800,000 miles are piled up yearly by Civil Service Examiners at NAS "J.1
last week. The exams are for '
3Y R r Holder, Toolmaker Trackman,* :
and Englneman (Locomotive>, ,
Diesel). .
:; These exams are announced 't
; t tI in furtherance of the Civil Service ,
( De- j
: Commission and Navy
1 i :&- r I 1I partment's program of return- "
+ r ing to competitive examinations

I ft S In filling Federal positions. Appointments ";
I from registers re-
bulling from these examination
will be probational, and appointees d
will acquire a classified civil ::1
service status at the completionof ;
i the probationary period. :
NAS vehicles which are kept runningby Persons now employed in any

/ + +whArtiI the efficient station garage The of these trades under war service j,
) garage maintains trucks, busses, am- indefinite or temporary appointments -
bulances, cranes, idesel equipment, all will be Individually I?
r types of passenger cars, scooters, bicycles notified and be given an opportunity -
and motorcycles. Vehicles are to file for the exam witha J
given a preventive malntenance'checkevery view toward acquiring a classified I
0' v 1,000 miles or once a month status. Further information .
\y F A whichever comes first; a general inspection may be obtained from the II
)I k at 6,000 miles or every six Board in Building 450. I
'"" months whichever is first. This inspection -.- ------- --
J includes checking wheels, mo- cently. Her "beloved", whom she
tor, transmission, and other parts has known for nine years, has
which might wear excessively during just been released from the Marines ,
normal use. In the photo above, left to Philip Meyers I is attend-
4' right, working on a couple of station ing the IBM. School at Endicott,
___ pick-up; trucks are E. L. Knight, E. K. N.'Y.
fP Stubbs, and W. C. Croft. At left, work- VACATION CLOSEUPS: Ercil
__ ing on a bicycle, is the supervisor of Downs (Issue) spending her vacation -
the shop, S. R. Harrison, while J. N. with her son, Jimmy, in Louis-
Thornburg and H. G. Rutledge make iana and Texas Rebecca Pearl-
repairs on a couple of scooters. stin (Issue) and her daughter,
Harriet visiting relatives In Cleve-
back with the following -
Another came
: Gen. Wainwright's Visit Reminds I notation: "We have no trains land, Ohio.. Ruth They Sparkman both prefer(Fol-

NUPpLYv news, nothing ever happens to us, low-Up) touring Florida ,
don't do anything. We just
: Supply Department work. Must be Monday morning; Josephine Carpenter i Major
Spares), Helen Dressler (Stock
t" His iixperiences: As Jap .=!> SALLIES in COLLEGE our section.ACTIVITIES: Don Control), and Doris FitzpatrickIssue
.. ( ) took a few days off to
has resignedto
Perkins (Accounting)
f Jo-
attend a wedding In Tampa.
enter Law School at the Uni-
.:' By CLARA Jo:. SI'EEK sephine was one of the attendants.
of Chicago Kate C.
and there versity
was They also visited Clearwater, St.
When General Jonathan Wain Hunt (R & O) has taken some
He was put
and the Bok Towerat
wright visited NAS two weeks ago mine, his first By time off getting her daughter, Lake Wales.
it brought back bitter memories ing. Japanese Control nas sustained a Jean, ready to return to Florida Our to Gladys
to Joe Peters of Supply For Joe< them and were loss in the resignations of State College for Women in Tal- Baldwin sympathy the goes death of her

{. nerved under the General back in the prisoners supervisors, Bill Nelson and lahassee Lucile Johnson, brother .upon.
Dwelle Johnson, at about of Lura Owens (Person-
those nightmarish days when a Beatings were daughter Still another romance in the
mere handful of men with entirely sticks, canes, time. As they are both nel), is entering FSCW for her Accounting Department resulted ,
inadequate supplies and equip- first, the timers, their places will be freshman year Edith Mattox'sson in the marriage of :Martha Oester-
:' ment fought inexhaustably to try soya beans, but to fill. Freddie, is beginning as a reieher and Guy Rexroad. The -
4 to stem the onrushing Jap hordes.Stationed. They wore tennis who entered service at sophmore at the University of event took place In FolKston
round and in January, 1911, and who Florida Margaret Simkins Georgia.
to;, .,' with an anti as in winter the supervisor of General Stock (Receiver's Section) has two : Our sympathy is extended to
,Aircraft unit at be over a foot is leaving October daughters entering FSCW Mr. Gorsuch in the recent loss of
"& '."'iJ' Corregidor, he last three to enter the jewelry business Marvin Highsmith (Award) is his sister Martha Crumley
\ was captured acute shortage of Tennessee. Louise taking journalism and sociologyat (Administrative) is on a thirty-
/ ," early in 1942,, tion was at a low work in Supply in Febru- Jacksonville Junior College day leave because of the illness of
._.- 7J::p'<.'" ",\ He was impris The prisoners 1942, and is supervisor of Victor Fries (Award) is studying her mother Madge Addison
'' ", '< oned at Cabant and Order section. music at the Jacksonville Collegeof
I' sudden cessation
; : : (Sales) has returned from a motor
t ;, .1... t u an Philippines planes overhead is leaving November 1st to Music. trip to Pensacola where she enjoyed -
t No. 1 morale of the to her domestic responsi- WANTED: By Sarah Gardiner a week's vacation.

Joe Peters Prison Camp,,, had happened. ", to use her own expres- (Contract), a good home for two Billy Rountree (Shipping) felt
for nearly two chuted food and kittens who already possess a high very much last week-end like
and a' half 1 years. Most ing of the Jones Archer certainly is degree of self respect! Phillip Finn in the funnies. He
prisoners possessed only the with the atomic correspondent! Several in The chimes of wedding bells came to the conclusion that his
; clothes they had on their backs minated in the have heard from her lately have again been heard in the Ac- golf; wasn't so good, so he tried
when captured, and a few luckyones August the Japs Diggett, Dwight Ver- counting Department. Ludell Wil- fishing. Guess Billy will returnto
had blankets. They suffered they were Gussie Campbell, and Shorty son was married in Georgia re- golf again next weekend.i7Rj7gl .
t from the cold, particularly during to go. They The main news is that her -
the rainy season. Dead men were for the coast and is taking a special
f stripped of their clothing and nawa. An Army in Denver, Colorado, and
were bulled nude in a large hole them to Seattle, are not sure where they will
r dug by prisoners too weak to work riving October 4, She is enjoying traveling f I

.:: -ten to twenty in a hole. The Joe says a "lady of leisure". I= AROUND-
p. gruesome details are already the happiest day Purchase Division, includ- -=- .4 & R

known to the world. Sometimes as 23 years old, he and husbands, had an Administration' and Personnel
1 many as 100 deaths occurred in his return, and recently out on the Beach by JIal: Butler-We are sorry to \ I

one day. The main causes malaria were in Woodstock The '"clan" gathered at the hear that Mattie Wood has had is 7 Ibv. 6 oz., and her old man
malnutrition, dysentery I of Kathleen Jones in South off because of
to take 10 days is so happy he's floating on air
and starvation. The highlight of the eye trouble, but we are glad to and weighs as much as a feather.
Many planned escapes but usually -I was a delicious seafood see Mrs. Spencer back after her See you on the drafting board in
gave up the attempt, because at Strickland's at Mayport. llness. Mr Drinkwater is happy, a few weeks, Lani, and congratulation -
1 of malaria, lack of food, and the.I reported a wonderful too; he's been smiling all week. to you and the 'Missus,"
fact that the Japs were ravagingthe 'i.'i! One of our newcomers to the Buzz.
country. For every one who have Section had a bid
a few from Inventory Correspondence The is to
escaped, nine would be shot. If a I at the wrestling matches time Sunday. He went to a baby look like department a blue sea again with
Filipino civilian were caught aid- and then a party aft-
: Most every Thursday christening
all the sailors floating by. Yep,
ing a prisoner, he and his family By HELEN finds Shorty Segal there. erwards. Want to go again, Car- whole aboard
would be shot Joe knew this of Chief J. F. knowingly on such roll? a new crew came ,
and Gene Swett S2c
they are:
his own experience, not just here- Emergency Ovei as "Mr. X", "The As I said in the last edition, John Miles S2c Lawrence Plante
say. Filipino guerrillas constantly had his lucky "The Black Monk", and a pay day makes a lot of changes S2c, and Arthur Blanchette, Sic.
harassed the Japs. cently, as he Green Hornet", which sound Monday morning it seemed as Glad to have you with us, gang,
The main diet was rice. Three or Bingo. Lucky mystery thrillers to the though a stranger was sitting at and don't take guff from these
-, four hundred prisoners would wait I Chief Bayton person. Mr. Q\e1na's left in place of Dottle civilians.Oh .
in line hours for water to fill their I Emergency attempt to round up some Wood. We all thought Dottie had
down but instead she went to a yes, the bowling team is
: canteens. The water came I his wedding for this column, question- quit, ,
t from the mouutains, and by the week-end. were distributed to the vari- beauty shop over the weekendand now organized into a mighty har-
Buzz Gamache (2)
? ; time the Japs used it for bathing and we wish I. in Supply. One set came to work Monday lookingas dy crew-(1) ; )
Nick Puligniano ((3) Clarence
watering horses, etc, none might happy back with the following new as one of Kaiser's cars. ;
Lamb (4) Freddy Cline (5)
be left in the reservoirs for the It is reported answers: Hubba, hubba. ;
u? prisoners. Joe and his comrades O. A Henry of I is on vacation?" "No- What little blonde working in Tommy McLaughlin. one of our
stars forced to out due
crude beds I the mail and delivery room is having was drop
slept in "Nipa" huts on is a most expert !
to circumstances his and
; t. made of wood and bamboo slats. Congratulations: has a son or daughter trouble with a persistent sail- beyond
,rte' Many prisoners were beaten while J. Bishop of to college?" "Nobody." or? Sorry, Juett, but "good work," than our control.that card He fiend was, Howard.none other His
r working on the farm to produce on his new ?" "Nowhere." Navy!
i is 210 well his
as as
vegetables for themselves, as well Warren G. is going to Jacksonville Last Friday, we noticed Miss average ,
,,, as for the Nips. When allied activ- transferred from College?" "Nobody." Brooks, supervisor of time section weight.Howard.Sorry you can't be with 1
t1 ities in the Pacific area were go- spection in the courses?" "None." was tired and all in. When us,
ing well, the Japanese became sion to Interim parties, weddings, etc.?" she spoke, it was hardly a whis- Statistics-by Blackle CohronC. -
'. more brutal and the food rationing will be missed in parties, no weddings." per. But Monday, on coming to E. Hoffman, supervisor in the .,
4 more stringent. The prisoners Division, and !" "You're welcome! work, we noticed she looked as usage data section of P. & p has
a surmised from the excitement of hope he enjoys from one of our very fresh as a new day and as cheerful been off for the past week due to
the Japs late in 1943 that the allied new surroundings.Chief scribes. Can you guess who? as a person just before Christ- a major operation and the serious
forces were doing well. Allablebodied B. F, mas. Keep it up, Miss Brooks! illness of Mrs. Hoffman. Here's
men were soon trans- us after spending duties in the Main Office. Barbara Merck has a birthday wishing Mrs. Hoffman a speedy recovery -
ferred to different prison camps. vacation in and is striking for yeoman and today and has come of age. How and the return of Mr Hoff..

Joe spent the next 62 days on City seeing the about his work with a very does it feel to be 21, Barbara? man.
a Jap prison ship where he slepton Chief F. ,L. manner Engineering by Tommy Mc.Atighlin Someone also once said that
nothing more than a steel Inspection, has E. McAllister, Principal In- Howdy, howdy, and what this country needs is a good
deck. The ship had no markings from the Engine Overhaul, has re- how are all the little rays of sunshine five cent cigar. I say what A & R
and was attacked by an American Corpus Chrlsti. from a three-weeks vaca- in' Ye Ole Engineering? needs is a high-priced humorist. I .
Ci submarine. Joe's name was not on Chief Zoeller, but lIe visited his parents in Since last week the old Stork flew 'lon't think we will have to worry
that torpedo, as it,narrowly missed enjoy this new Maryland, and we know by and, left a cute little bundleat about the cold, to much this win- ,
its,mark. lIe landed in a prison We extend a the entire )time spent. the house of "Buzz-Buzz" Ga- ter, we have enough hot air of our

1 ,'imp 19 miles 'from Hiroshima,_Jimmy Ross, S2c, mache.' She (that is Lani Carroll) own.


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2nd ROUND CO At Yellow Wuter

I Fouch Pulls Surprise

I Win From Wilson; Nixon Replaces Cap R. R. Briner .
Victor On Decisive TKO At Naval Air Gunnery School ,

The largest and most enthusiastic Comdr. Jules F. Schumacher, the Gunnery School's new
MOVIE SCHEDULE audience seen In.a good
weeks turned out last night many for skipper, has had a varied and hectic life in the Naval Serv

NATTC the Boxing Smoker held at the ice. He graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis ,

NATTC Auditorium The fans in 1927 and immediately went to sea for a period of 2 \

TIIVR-U.\: V-VACATION IN RENO with Ann Jeffries and Jack were not disappointed either, as years aboard the U.S.S. Arizona. Since that time he has grad.
two TKO's were registered and j
Haley Shows at 1400 1730 and 2000. I .
one knockout The knockout was I uated from the Torpedo -and Submarine Schools at New

FRIDAY AND !\TUKD\Y-ANGEL! ON :MY: SHOULDER star recorded by "The Dearborn Dev- London Connecticut and for a '

ring Paul Muni and Anne Baxter Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. astator" of Dearborn, Michigan, brief span in 1931 and 1932 served .
Ronald Bondy, NATTCenter cham- Fishing, Hunting. aboard the Submarine S-31 as Tor-
SUM),\NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE featuring Gary pion. Latest victim for Bondy was pedo, Gunnery and Diving Officer.

Cooper Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000 I JGreen, of Muncie, Indiana. Glub To Be'Organized After that he went aboard the 1
Green good U.S.S. Marryland as Asst Damage
was giving Bondy a
fight too, Until Bondy parked a Soon Gunnery
With June Haver, Vivian Blaine. Shows at 1400 1730 and 2000 sWKDNKSDAY hard right jab in the middle of Officer. For two years he.'

-LAND RUSH with Carl Starrett and Smiley Bur- Green's face with 40 seconds gonein : The nimrods of NATTC will served in this capacity then moving .

nett Shows at 1400. 1130 and 2000. the second round. After the meet on Monday 14 October in on to NAS at Pensacola where 9 q
tight, Joe insisted that he never ; building 501 at 1615 for the purpose he was the Asst. District Corn-
TIIUKsliAY: I. WAR BRIDE witlf James Eilisou and Anna
saw that blow coming, and afterit of organizing a hunting club municatlons Officer for the 8th
Lee. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000.Yellow did, there wasn't much that I'I aboard the station. Naval District Just to try every-

could be done. || In the past few weeks" quite a thing out, we find him as a Student -
Water Herb Nixon, who will be remembered number of men have expressedtheir Naval Aviator in 19J5. Upon .
for his good showing i desire to go hunting over I Graduating as an aviator he served -
TIIVJ iIU\-NO SHOW. against Bondy last week at Yellow week-ends, but they do not know with the Bombing Black Cat

FRIDAY AND s.1'mm.YTHREE LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE I Water" won on a TKO from Rob where to go nor do they have the Squadron, known under various
ert Mundy (AF OS) midway equipment. The Welfare and Recreation squadron numbers as years pro-
With Jung Haver and Vivian Blame I
through the third round. Nixon I Council approved the pur- gressed from 1936 to 1940. During
WUM BLONDIE KNOWS BEST with Penny Singleton and worked Mundy into the ropes and chase of shot-gun shells and there that time he was Communication

Arthur Lake. I slugged away until Mundv fell I II' are also several shot guns that can Officer. Navigator, Flight Officer ,;
MONDAY AND TUESDAY; THE SHOW OFF, starring Red through the top and middle strand ; be checked out of ordinance for and Executive Officer of the ';,
and was at such a point where he recreational hunting and an en- 'Squadron.I .
Skelton and :Marilyn: Maxwell. I
was unable to finish. I deader will be made to procure :,| 1940 found him back at Pensa-:
WEDNESDAI'-WHITE TIE AND TAILS featuring Ella. Raines I Elmer Hubbard and Don Otto additional guns. ; cola NAS as O-in-C of the Power #\ '

and Dan: Duryea fought the 5th and probably the The hunting Club will help the Plant Division of Ground School :
most unique bout of the eveningin hunters make arrangements to go and also Judge Advocate of the '
THINGS TO DOABOARDHOimV that this was the first tight for on hunting parties, check the 8th Naval District for General '/-_
both boys. There wasn't muchboxing hunters in the use of the guns, I Court :Martlals: Late' in 1910 hn !'

SHOP Monday through Friday, 1700- because the boys just issue the ammunition, and help I reported to Corpus ChrHtl NAS ;
2130, Saturday, 1300-2130. New location in Bldg. 414, stood up and slugged. Otto went to enforce the game conservation I to help put that Station in Commission .'
Wing No. 1. Instructors on duty for leather craft down for a short count In the laws. I Ii i ii and was the fifth Officerto .
model airplanes and plexiglass third round and at that time Referee :i i Among the Interested" Nimrods I report. He organized and established -
Al Simbaldi awarded a TKOto are Ens Gallant, and the follow- Instrument Flight Train- ; :"
BEER II4LL-Open nightly 1730-2130. Outdoorand Hubbard. I'1 ing Chiefs: Karnes Woods. Wise } ing courses, and drew preliminary ;i

inside areas. Sandwiches: and snacks available The first tight of the evening and Offley. These men have discussed -I design for present Link Trainer :.

OFFICERS' KKCKKATION KOOM In auditor- I again featured Tom Godfrey (AF some of the plans which I Buildings He also served as Com- ::
ium open daily ping pong and pool l and lounge avail- 07)) and Bill Bidwell (AF 10)). God. 'I I I. will be presented at the organ I. I manding Officer of Main Station "',
able. I frey defeated Bidwell last time zational meeting on Monday All I Field there. Transferring to the 'I
1 I hunters are Invited to USS Block Island in 1942 he '
I OWLING these two boys fought but Bid- i interested was
to all -Six alleys ::behind Ship's Service available : well turned the trick on Godfrey attend the meeting. I' Air Officer on that ship and helped .
personnellol1.lay through Saturday
this time. put her in commission Most of jI
1700-2130. Free bowling if you set your own pins. I the time found them
Ray Hall (AF OSH and Frank fighting SubIl11arinea -
,10c. a line for pin boys Park (AF 08)), two m-pounders "Slingshot" Reduces I in the cold North AU"n.i -

MOUEI.IRI'L.St: CLUBNATTC( Alrdales) fought to a draw in the second i tie March 1911 until June 191" he "a
:Meets Saturday morning at 1030" in Auditorium Bldg. fight of the evening Take-off Runs To A !j was Executive Officer on the

BALLROOM DANCE CLASs-Every Monday and Veteran Don Duncan (AOMB) USS. Salamana which fought "
easily took the decision from Japs in the Pacific area. It was
I Hundred Feet '
Wednesday at the Hostess: House. Beginners class James Waltnp (AF 071. The fight Few during these campaigns that ha
1900 to 2000. Advanced class 2000 to 2100. .
was slightly wounded when hilt .
I WiUValtrip'f first encounter but
(SEA) The Navy now has a
I he put a good battle for the ship was hit by a Kamakasi just :
I\IIl"G-Pool: No. Recreation for WAVES, up new method of launching planes" off Luzon
I ,
WAVE Officers Couples, Family Groups Children three rounds I by "slingshot."
The fourth bout found Oubrey launch jetpropelledand Front June 1915 to August 1948 '
must be accompanied by parents. Monday through Designed to
; Pic (AF 08) of New Orleans. !I he I
fac- and heavy bombers was Commanding Officer of
Saturday 0900 to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100 I robot planes
I ing Johnny Foley < AF 06)) a Glendale I from small airports, an elec the U. S. S. Onslow. The ship and "

POOL Xo. 2 -For Male Personnel onlyEnlistedand California \boy. Foley held I trically-driven device catapults a Company serviced" Fleet Air Wing

Officers. Monday through Friday 09-30 to 1100 the upper hand all the way and plane into the air after a run of 1 around Okinawa. That bringsus 1
won the decision Joe Bien ( AO hundred feet. Called up to date on Commander Schumacher's -
1200 to 1400, 1500 to 1600 and 170( to 2100. Saturday ::MB only a few
) also: won a clear cut decision the device was record" and his command
OIWO to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100 over Don Lutes of (AF 07)). Bien developed the "electropult for the Navy by Westinghouse of the Naval Air Gunnery Schoolat

GOLF-Station Course, daily from 1000 to sunset. t fights from the port side and had Electric. Yellow Water.Commander .

Saturday and Sunday from 0900-1700. Open to all Lutes groggy several times during In recent tests at Naval Air Test Schumacher, born
the fight Center Patuxent River :Md: a I August 8, 1901, at Butfalo New I I
personnel. Clubs available at Gear Locker in South- I Darrell J'ouch of AF 09, surpris- jet-propelled fighter was sent into York, is married to the former i

aide of NATTC Auditorium. Monday through Satur- ing 170-pounder pulled another the air in four and one-tenth seconds Lois Lee Nelson of Kansas City
day-1000-1700, Sunday 1030-1700. surpriser out of his seemingly full after a run of only 310 feet and is the very proud father of '

MUMC-Anyone interested in Joining the NATT bag of them, and soundly trounced against a normal takeoff run of twin boys-aged" 4 years. Before .
I Cats Orchestra contact T. F. Raye at Barracks: 465. Chuck Wilson (AF 09). Wilsonwas about 2.000 feet. However 500 getting his appointment to the
knocked down for a short feet would be requited to launch Academy in 192J: he studied for
TKNM>--Racquets and balls available at Physical
count in the third round, but the largest existing airllneis as two years in Pre-Medical at Can-
i Training Bldg 513. Pouch couldn't quite finish him against a normal run of about lawn College: "
1.d& HOSTESS jioi'sK;-Open dally 1500' to 2100. Saturday off 4.000 feet. Big aircraft would leave .

and Sunday 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted Don Willis late of Yellow Water the ground at about 120 miles per Ii Why does a locomotive never
personnel, relatives and guests. and Ed Eilts, both heavy hour. sit down"Because
weights fought to a standstill in Use of the electu pult in commercial -
NATTC lUltl'-Locateli in Auditorium .
Open has
the semi-final bout of the eve it a tender: behind
Monday through Friday-0930 to 2100; Saturday and aviation would open sev-
ning. It was a good fight all the
: airports
eral possibilitiesMidcity --- --
Sunday-1230 to 2100.ATHLETIC .
way through, with each hitting a few stories high floating airdromes 1 JAX Alit NEWS
GEAR Available at Gear Locker t hard.
at sea, barge-type airports
Physical Training Department Bldg 513. Chief Al Sinibaldi of the PT at city waterfronts, and reviving I i NAVAL Alit TECHNICAL II

SOFTKU.L Games in the Intramural Softball Dept. has asked us to announce small, older airports whose" land- !I TRAINING CENTKUC ; f)
that anyone who is at all inter Howard V. Hopkins. USM.
League are played every week-day night beginningat ing strips were outgrown by the I
170?. ested in boxing should come over size of the present-day plane. I I Comma nuliin
to the gym in any of their free Besides the more advanced elec ComfimnUor K Xecutiee'>l>ert I*. Bdolw USN.

time. Whether you have boxed be- tropult Installed at the Patuxent : Editorial Offices for NATTC
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE fore or not, makes no difference.; I
Air Center the Navy has one installed Section Rooms 137 and 138.
Also, a Smoker will be held with !
at Mustin Field, Philadelphia. Administration Building 500-A. _
JACKSONVILLE 8t\ClJtS-Bu8es leave at frequent Intervals Yellow Water tonight at Yellow Tel. Ext. 20$
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy). Surf bath- Water. Feature event will be I' Advmor
Ing and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus Ron Bondy facing Fischer of Yellow I commented that the matches were E. W. Andrew.. l.t Comdr. CMC( ).
fare 25c Water who fought Bondy to the best he had ever seen. i| Editor ,
a draw in their last meeting I He personally" congratulated alii, Arthur Kauuomkuiii., Sl,
Spurt. Writ..rR..rt
CANOEING IISIUMI AND BOATING Cedar River on San Capt. H. V Hopkins, Commanding participants for their interest activity I, J. W hlm". S2 Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bu, three blocks from last atop on Officer of NATTCenter, an ardent I and cooperation in making Photograph
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours floe; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor boxing fan was present at I this smoker one of the best ever' Wade by NAS Photo Lab A Ar. FundSiliNtl -
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boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. the matches Tuesday night and I presented. i Phulo Lab
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10 October 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven \ I 1



Naval Air Technical Training Center of Jacksonville, : 1-

0 Florida'' has a distinct honor and privilege in beinjr one of .-- >

three bases authorized to establish an Instructor Training '

School as a part of the post-war training program The only ; j

other places that can say as much are Memphis and Corpus. lB' > 4

This week Is full to brimmingwith Christi ;". .----- .
athletic events. The Worlds These schools were establishedfor :
Series Is catching everyone's at- the purpose of conductingthree "

tention at present, and then a big specific programs of Instruction ::1
Smoker here at Yellow Water will I
: (1) Instructor Training for
be In the public eye on Thursday
personnel selected to serve as instructors -
night None of us can do any bet
ter than listen to the Series over in the various Technical p "\

the radio, but let's really get out Training Schools, ((2)) Supervisor
_ here and take in the fights A lot Training for personnel, enlisted,
of boys: from here 'will be in the officer and civilian, selected to

ring this week so lets get behindthem serve as supervisors of instruction .'
', v" ) I in the-es schools (3)) Train-
, ''. .J and root them into a win.
", ". Reports from Atlanta have Moe ing in the Basic Fundamentals of
Snpervision for all men attending"B"
Uruch in a slight financial slump,
; '
t. but rumors around Yellow Water Schools \
have it that Moe ift prone to pulla Collectively, these three pro- i
monetary wobbly knee to fool grams are designed to mcjt the M ij
the financial wizards into thinking needs of the Command for trained i j
that bankruptcy is in the offing i instructor and supervisor personnel j
-only to find out too late that for its schools and to further z I
:Moe has been running the w hizzer"Vie I develop the qualifications of its 1
a yie, >'ie, Moe, lets not resortto Petty Officers to organize and supervise + -

The such star-to-be tactics of our Boxing I The units crew activities of work in the In- 2 F Z ax :ig : :

Team, Bob Perkins, has sent word structor Training Program are as
from his training camp that he I follows)) : Introduction, the Instructor
has been wounded in training and I The Trainee, Planning J:1:1
will not be able to appear One of Instruction, Methods of Teaching, } / /
his sparring partners didn't right Instructional Aids, Demonstration
fair and hit Perkins with his I Teaching, Instructional Management -

crutch For a day or so'! it was nip and Testing and Grading -. _

and tuck whether or not to rE'-r The units of work in the Supervisor New Jersey, plus several dlfhr-
move Bob's left ear, but multiple I Training Program for Super ; I NATTC To Feel ent towns in California, .
stitches were taken in time and the Instruction 4jlj/t 5ale Especially saddened
vjsors) of cover I over the
Injured member will stay on the Management, Personnel Relation- Loss Of Two J loss of these fighters is Chief Al
head used of i I
boys slightly ,
ships, The Supervisor and Instruc- of the Pt Department,
course: ; but hanging tougti tion, Selection, Placement and By' fpl. J. P. Davis rSl\1O Star I II who now has to fill in the boys
Our little ray of sunshine'! Ne- Training Instructors and Evalua- Nearly everyone in one way orenotht'r Fighters shoes in the Middleweight class for
tah, has joined the ranks of the ting and Improving Instruction I likes to gamble. Well, inmost I i Tony and the Heavyweight depart-
Sadness NATTCen-
reigns in the
JeUrE'd No longer may we dash I phases of the game of chanceI ment for Schebenes. Needless, to
into Ship's Service and gaze into In the Supervisor Training pro- I 'm inclined to say It's sinful but : ter Boxing encampment this week say, that promises to be quite a
her smiling features ,Gone is our gram for "B" School men, once I heard it said, "Fishing is with the knowledge that two of its job for Smibaldi

little flower on the barren wastes, Personnel Relationships, one form of gambling that doesn't I I most outstanding pugilists are being -' Something hard to believe is the
Methods and Job -
and! no longer may we gain new I Improving hurt anyone," So if you want to transferred away from the fact that neither of these men had
and Subordinatesare
faith and a renewed vigor with Training take a chance, partner, go fishing. Center for further assignment The ever been in the ring before com
which to attack our thankless jobsin Your object is to put the fish on boys we speak of are none other ing here to NATTCenter. Both
the afternoon We'll miss those I The Instructor: Training'Schoolis the stringer or In the creel and have, more or less, the same story,
noontime pep talks, Yea, verily, located in Building 501 The the intention of the fish to send as both entered the Aviation
we're saddened by our loss'! school is one of several activities you home empty handed with your, Fundamental school on May l of

Jim is accenting the good points under the general direction of R wife wondering if you really did this year, and after completing a
concerning: married life to all the C WATERHOUSE, who, prior to t "go fishing. Even if you don't 12 weeks course in that school .
old and confirmed bachelors these I receiving his discharge from the catch anything, a day on a pretty were sent to CTO a little over six
clays He had Chief Miller trappedfor i Navy was Officer-in-Charge of the lake or stream with a fishing bud weeks ago, During their brief span
a few mad minutes the other (B) School. The school itself is dy is ample reward for trying, of something like 5 months hereon

day, and Miller was agreeing like under the immediate supervision anyway. this station Scheberies had a

a Hollywood yes man to get put of H WOODWORTH, Mr.W'OODWORTH I You'll win either wav. pal, and total of 11 fights, winning fc of
of his clutches I wonder what'scome states that the If you don't have the fish to remember these, drawing on two occasions
over the man. The only clue personnel responsible! !! for conducting what about the rest The and losing but once. Included, too,
to the boy"'B strange behavior is the three programs represent a breaking of dawn with the eastern in this impressive record art 3
that he keeps humming a tune unique group of men in terms of I sky agleam in a pattern of wins via the Kayo route, and another -
slightly reminiscent of "The Eyesof their training, experience, service 'gold, crimson and blue, the shoreline by a TKO. Compagnone

_. Texas Are Upon You." in the Navy and over-all qualifications of tall pines and ancient boasts a record of 7 victories, 3
for their respective'! positions : boulders or patches of fresh green losses
Had a poem for you, but seem and 1 draw fn 11 fights!
He further states that
with their soft-petalled
to have misplaced! it Where is that I I lilies Both men are undecided as to
success of the three programs is white the widening rings
blooms of ,
ode ? those whether they will continue their
Usually keep
the direct result of the mutual ef- surface of the water made
on the in the art of throw-
things light here. Ought to be careers manly
here, maybe its ', well as a last forts of the School Staff by the big ones that "got away"you ing leather, but have made up
resort Nope, 'an't find it; so i F C STARCK' H L,, KEY- can remember these things and their mind that they will attend
well close with the Song of the SOR conduct the Instructor! Train- I many others of Nature beauties ,. St Mary's College, right outside c If
Volga Boatman ringing in our ing courses A. L. LAWSON and ,I Go fishing mister and enjoy Oakland where Schebenes lives

ears ant watch our fellow workers O. C. WILLIAMS conduct the life after getting separated from
trudge wearily back to their course for Supervisors of Instruction ,I There are many ways to catch the Navy Compagnone was the
work stations singing merrily and \V, M ROSS conducts the fish, from nets and spears to the leader of Class 4 and Schebtries
J'lhhtttt'! Thev 're out of sight Supervisor Training course for the fine tippet of a 4x leader and No. was one of its section leaders m

---.-.--: -- I "B" School men. Each of these 16 hook Probably from a sports- CTO School.JOKE.
men served as civilian instructorsin man*a \iA\inmnt... t.-....., AS_ .far..- .as.- _freshwater __ .
AKMY JUKHKF KADIU WILL \' NATechTraCom activities i fishing goes', the most popular than Jack Frederick Schebenesand
JJKOAW'AVT I'ROM: Tilt MOON before joining the Navy Eachof are baitcasting and fly cast Anthony Richard Compa y,; .A

(bEA) )Aithin.l8 months, the the men has had several years ,, ipg and if you want to inculde gnone known more familiarly as
Army expects to have completeda : teaching experience, all hold college pole or still fishing, hand lines andskittE'rint "Jack" and "Tonv to their buddies .
lIO-pound rocket radio which I ) degrees in the field of education -' :-you may- Tony holds the Middleweightcrown !

will broadcast from the moon on I II Space doesn permit much more of NATTC while Sche
flights planned by the Arm I The type of training which these I for this week but I want to cover beries is a runner up for the
According to Dr J. A. Hutche- 'men are conducting has become i each type of fret-h-water fishing heavyweight championship of the
Westinghouse scienist, it is recognized as an essential part of i in due time I don't claim to I center They both have just completed 111al.
now possible to build a radio powerful Naval Air Technical Trainlngac- be an icthyologist (.In plain lingo their courses in Control
enough to be heard from the tivities and will do much to in- I II III -a fish scientist but I love to Tower Operators School last Why is it you call jour sweetie

,. moon 240,000 miles from the I, crease instructor and supervisory i iI go fishing, talk fishing, read fish- week Scheberies is scheduled to 'I'ilglim'1""Because
and eat fish So if you like this to San Diego for further assignment -
rarth The radio would broadcast efficiency\ ing I go everjtime he comes, he
Swell! and If youdon't while is
i article. Compagnone "
for minute each hour
only one
makes more progress
: --Dave.Editor's : worried whetherhe
to flavE'- the batteries and might I His wife was a Wave; he waved go fishing of this considerably over aSailor's .
note: The writer is going to Pensacola, Corpus
be used to record I
even temperature at aVac..
article would like to know if you Christi!, or Memphis for further assignment wife (as he comes in at
Hutche-son changes said.He' on, the moon, Dr : The Wac was in front, but his liked it. If so, write to NATTCJax Scheberies calls Oak 0300 I : "Well, home is the best

I wife was in back. Air News Bldg 500 and more land, California, his home and place after all, Isn't it?"

I Instead of a wave from the WacIt articles on fishing will. be forthcoming Sailor: "I wouldn't know about
made a perfect thirty-siv on '' ''' ''' ''''
the golf course today, Is bald; -- :e' :; '' .. ', .. that but It's the only place open"

line holes I What he got was a wac from the \ /' *

to No Fifth Ave model l I Wave he had wed I Connect 20,000 volts across a
y....; : __ __ -- -- "- Navy To Build pint of whiskey If the liquid

'.)AWflRDS AT INSPECTION I New Atom SmasherSEA jumps, the product is poor. If the

.a current causes a precipitation of
J ( 1A huge, fllJ'E'r.cyclotroncapa.ol'e .v M ti lye, tin, arsenic and iron slag, the
five times the
of producing a, whiskey is fair, But if the liquid
of atom
maximum energy any back into the
chases the current
; smasher now in cpc-Jntion will be good whiskey
generator you've got
. constructed by' the Navy's Office brother!
a of Research' and Inventions at the
.I ; University of Rochester The cy
tlcitioa will be the second largest i Here an item gleaned from a
.. in th world, accelerating protons I small town newspaper about'
; I _
:, up to energies above 2110 million opening of the baseball season;
"', &." tilled for medical)
will be
volts, and "The baselall game between
..... .
. 'Jl i 'V research mainly Pulse Normal and Chittlin's Switch

i Y ":: The cyclotron will be employedfor research which was played at Sam Jones' -
"f fundamental nuclear
'ow pasture, was temporarily de-
. ; >; 'r ,.' \ 'i;) and the funds for its construction layed in the second inning when

g1 $ f .; ,f., 1! 'will supplied principally the : Elmer Biddle slid into what he
; .' '' i I Navy, with the University! con thought was third base."

,' < '}" < 's.!OVI structlrg the two buildings in -i'i *
"r ,, :f. :/ which it will be housed The mag-
t ,' ..... net of the instrument will weight There was a young lady from
: 1.100 ton, as compared to the Guam,
15-ton in the University's! Who said, "Now the seas is so
Pictured above are the two men who received awards at Satureloay's magnet I
i',c'.flit a{ | aralu. Compagnone also hails from California
inspection!! In the photo Joseph! R Howard, will swim for a lark
shown Officer Capt H W Hopkins, living in San
receiving from Commanding
I 'Thais hot number said the who! born in But she met with a shark-
a I Tony, was
the residential Unit Citation and Ribbon Ear In the rear of Howard FranciCo'l
waiting to receive his award is Orville A. Hemphill AMM2/C, I I utter, as a rending iron was ;Pennsylvania, has also Let me now sing the ninetieth
who received the Navy Unit mmendallon with Ribbon Bar, pressed' cgainst his leg, time or another in New psalm.

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10 October 1946

. BUGGED: RECEIVER ISenson Opener For Colored Football

Team Fridov Ends .10 Scoreless TaeOliver's =



Locals In 16-11 Win Over MiamiSparked By BILL KEIIL, 8':('
i A fighting Jax Tiger eleven and a deluge of rain teamedup

by hard-hitting Hay Oliver, the NAS Jax soft- to hold Hastings Vocational to a scoreless tie last Fri.

ball nine swamped the Miami Fliers, 16-11, last Wednesday day at Mason Field before a crowd of 500 sailors and civil.

at Miami. Oliver belted out two circuit blows, a double, anda ians.

single in five trips to the plate In those five appearances, Only in the dry first period, in which the Tigers were ,

the scrappy Cleveland lad batted across six runs and scored constantly in Hastings territory, did the colored Jax eleven
two himself, piling up a total of eight runs to his credit in --- --- -- -- really show any superiority over '; ifJf, ,

the RBI department I Tombstone Golf the colored lads from downstate. ';"." "
T. S. ARY, glue-fingered end invaded Jax "
territory but
for the Jax team, shows how he Wasting no time, the explosive
lads scoreless in the bottom half twice throughout the first half, .
Jaxmen rammed across two markers Is Won
hits backs. Tourney
opposing Ary playeda the in the initial frame. They tal- of the first. but the local pigskin outfit play. } I
I spectacular game against most of the first half in the ,11'ed
lied walk and Oliver's first Oliver "
Annapolis Jayvees and is ex- on a again supplied the punchin By Chief KettlesChief : '
Hastings backyard. Jax had a good
pected to pull down many passesin round tripper. They came bac'i: in the third Inning. The husky chance
to score late in the second
the Cherry Point clash. the next inning to rack up three shortstop stepped to the plate with A. Y. Kettles, by turning
more, while holding the Miami the sacks loaded and powered the in his best round of golf for the quarter, but time ran out as the
ball to deep left field for a tre- season, won the Tombstone Golf I Tigers were clawing for, a touchdown -
Face I TEAM CAPTAIN mendous home run. This sadly Tournament held last Wednesdayat on the five yard stripe.

dampened all hopes of the down- the local golf curse The chief Shortly after the second half got l
(Continued from Page 1)) state outfit, and Roberts, their carded a 42 for nine holes, his under way, the downpour broke .
and with this new accomplishment pitcher, headed for the showers best of the season Runner-up spot and washed out most of both ,
is a probable starter Satur- early. Jax held the Miami outfit went to E. B. Darby, S2c, who teams' offensive playing. Heavy
day night. Howard Hansen will scoreless until the fourth when was close on the heels of Kettle, I rain fell for the rest of the half,
shift from his former fullback they picked up four runs off the ending just short of the No. 10 but the locals had enough footing
post to right halfback.The offerings of the Jax hurler, Crews. green. Chief A. E. Gushfushon I to make it to the three yard marker -

Cherry Point Flyers will Jax was held in their half of the ended up 50 yards from No. 10 once again, although the game
field a team which will fight for fourth, but the fifth frame provedto green to take over number three I Hastings gridders held.

every inch gained on the gridiron. be similar to_ the wild third. position. I' Gault,. quarterback for the locals -
Sparkplug of the team will be Pvt. With the sacKS loaded once again, Fifteen players took part in the proved to be the brains of
C. R. Cox who played one year in Werner, catcher for the highscoring tourney whose object was to see I the Tiger eleven, throwing line
the tailback slot at Clemson. Priorto Jax squad, belted out a cir who could go the farthest before bucks, passes, and catching the
going to Cherry Point, he play- cuit blow to score four big mark- running out of strokes. A certain I I Hastings outfit off guard throughout -
ed some very good football at ers for the eventual winners. Mi- amount of strokes were alloted to the contest. When the Tiger-
NAS, Pensacola. An ex-Louisiana I ami got to Crews in the bottomof each player according to his abil- men were pressed in the final
High School star, Pfc. R. D. Baily, 1 the fifth and chalked up five ity in order to make it even all quarter by the down-state men, it
has played for the Tulane Green r runs, making the score at this the way around for the golfers. was Gault who kept the locals
Wave and really plays a rough time 13-9 for the locals. Some only went as far as No. 9 hustling and the Jaxmen held the

game at right end, and Capt. R E The Jaxmen were scored on green, but Kettles ended up only Hastings boys twice on their own
Keysey, the Flyer fullback, is an twice more to end the Miami tal- 20 feet from the cup on No. 10! two-yard line.
ex-Purdue pigskinner.The lies for the day With the score Chief J. A. Witherlin tied with The Hastings lads Ftruck back
Cherry Point Marines work = 13-11, Jax got to work and moved Lt. Comdr. Farkas at the 250-yard with their air might after the locals -
from the single and double wings l\1.\lt\'J-- HAUDKX, 180- the score up two more notches in mark on No. 10 fairway to place had almost scored on them in
and have a very fast and shifty pound end of the Jax-Navy foot- the sixth on a double by Oliver, fourth. Ens. Youmans grabbed up the second quarter. Spearheadedby
backfleld The Jax line will really ball squad, has been named cap- and a single by Blackwelder.. Ol- I fifth place when he ended in the two different passers, the visitors -
have to fight to get through the tain of the team for the opening I her scored on Blackwelder's bingle cup on No. 9 hole. Chief E. E. drove 75 yards on four
Flyers' line to nab the backs. The home game this Saturday and the latter scored on Dulaney'sdrive I Etter and Chief G. Witzel were straight aerials early in the third
Marine line averages 190 pounds, night at Municipal Stadium. to deep right center. They closely matched but the former I period, but after reaching the Tiger -
while the Jax linemen average 187 Harden will be performing be- scored their last run in the sev- I beat Witzel on No. 9 green. Plant- four, were halted by Durant's
pounds. fore a hometown audience again, enth on three base knocks. ing their "tombstones" close to No. fumble. They moved back into Jax
Coach Kovalcheck unexpectedly having played high school foot- Crews started on the mound for 9 green were 2nd Lt. M F. Gild- territory once more during the l'st
announced that his captain for the ball in Jacksonville before en- the locals and had little troublein ner Ens R. R. White R. T. Allor, fifteen minutes. Once again they
Flyer game would be his 180- tering the service. mastering the down-tate nine I Y2c, Marine Sgt. Mjr. Allor, and were halted by a spirited Tiger
--- -- Chief W. P. Tally.In eleven on the two yard stripe.
pound end, Marvin Harden. Harden Miami scored 11 runs on 10 hits,
on sale at Donaldson's, 117 West i every way this tourney was Jax led and
hails from Jacksonville and while the locals racked up 16 by Gault Chadwickon
three for Jackson Adams, and at Duval Jewelry in an out and out success. It showed line and the
played years runs on 17 safeties. Salayatio and plays by passingof
He will have the Lynch building. Servicemen'stickets what handicap each golfer really Plaskett able to in
High. probably many -- -- --- were stay
of his old friends and neighbors will be priced at 50 cents, TERRIFIC TACKLE needed, and proved to them not) Hasting's land most of the after-
and in addition, the Navy will inirata anv future shots. Ideals!
watching him perform at his right noon. They marched from their
end position this Saturday night. provide free bus service for per- golf weatherprevlliledfor the |I own five yard: line clear down to
sonnel at the Air Station to the match, so footing for all golfers.' .
Roily Rodgers is back in the fold u I the visitors' two, where a holding ...t
once more and, having missed stadium. Tickets are also on sale was on the same scale. I|! penalty set them back, end-
practice of late because he at Ship's Service both, at Main- I Golf Gazings I ing their attack Although Jax

thought he was going to be trans- side and NATTC. Captain L. Y. Mason, chief of was often near pay dirt, the
ferred before the game, is behind Probable starting lineups for the staff of the 7th N. D., made his i t, scrappy bunch from Hastings,
the rest of the boys. If Rodgerscan game: first appearance last week, play- !,I Fla., staved off the threat.
get back into the swing of LE-T. S. Ary RE-R, D. Bally ing in a threesome with Captain 1 The locals undoubtedly were the
things, he will probably start in LT-Norrii Thomas RT-J. Krenmcheck F. H Callahan and Lt. Comdr. A, : best as far as line play was con
the pivot spot in place of Joe Col- LG-C. Adami RG-W.. E. Whitney( F. Blair Chief T. J. Wheeler cerned. The backs were consider-
C-J. Collins C <: E.
lins who is working at that po- RE-M. Harden LG-J.- D.Thompson Smith carded his lowest score of the ably better, but the opposition was
sition at present. RG-H. Knlckelbine LT-J. Bonl season with 41 strokes for the nine : able to buckle down when it deem-
Jim Jasmine has a fine chanceof QB-P. Lallulher LE-}. Berry holes Comdr. F. R. Briggs was : ed necessary. Hastings was led by
RT-G. Hinton QE. A. Tillman
snagging one of the guard slotsas LHB-J. Ma new LHB-C. R. Cox practicing over the week-end, ac- Felder and Durant, and the line
has Dave Culp. If Culp could RHB-H. Hansen RHB-J. Malll companied by his wife Mus- opened up gaping holes at timesto
settle down at practice and play IB-W. Clarke .FB-R.. E. Kepsey I ician Ic John Rodes and Musician let the slender backfieldmen
the type of ball he is capable of 2c J, O. Hughes seem to be bat- chalk up yardage. Jax ran up 15
there would be no question as to Seattle (SEA)-When Mrs. Ce- tling it out for the title champof first downs to Hasting's! 11. Jax
whether or not he would start. lena Thomas answered a knock at NORRIS THOMAS: will hold the musicians. Rodes has the completed six of 14 passes, while
The tackle spots will be well her door, she was confronted by down one of the tackle spots upper hand at present, but Hughesis the visitors connected on eight of
taken care of by Gene HintoQ, the bandit who had recently rob- this Saturday night when the giving him plenty of competition 17 aerial tosses.
formerly of the University of bed and slugged her in the apartment Jax-Navy eleven tangles with Chief George McDonneltied Line-up:
Michigan, and Norris Thomas. "I want to apologize," said the Cherry Point Marines at the record last Saturday P.,. HASTINGSWatklns
Thomas plays a steady brand of the bandit. "I must have been Municipal Stadium. Thomas is morning by turning in a 70. This JAX LE K. Ramsey
ball and is the only member of drinking I thought you might the only member of the team tied him with station champ C. R. Cheatham I/I M Duff,.
the team who played on last year's need these keys." who played for the team last Smith. McDonnel clipped his off at Turner L('- liofton
WIIIIRce ( HenryHarrigan
eleven. "How about my $17?" asked year. equal par, 35 for each nine holes. R<: Oliver
General admission to the games Mrs. Thomas. His conscience did- I One of the hard-to-get items Kemi> r Rf Fields
will be $1.50, and reserved seats n't stretch that far. He turned Price picked off batting honors for golfers is being sported around Burton RE ArnoU Dixon .
will be priced at $2.50. Tickets are and ran."Oh I t for. the _losers, each. getting two bv Chief R. L. Hoean. He's a proud t Gault kujiuMnV. QB LH Durant'
bingles for three trys. owner of a new set of Bobby Jones PMHkrtt Kit 'elder
Big guns for the Jax outfit I 'irons. The golf joke of the White }'B W. Ramsey ,
Officials-Gillett, referee Reid, -
were Oliver, with four for five, J week came recently when Chief ;
Blackwelder with three safeties for Gobles, who had played 54 holes of head linesman.

five trips to the plate, and Du- j golf recently, hit the sack a very .I I I
t 'tired golfer. In the middle of the
with two bingles for three ,
tt in ay as ttin >R 86 1'r+ a sro t night, other chiefs were amazed NAS Outdoor Swimming"
9t ; Circuit blows Oliver and
n w f n p r a t p. p a r a, }a 'i- trys. by I
a >3 M w + when Gobles started crawling
twlltla aa4t1 uS t paftfit4 t a.I Werner proved to be the telling |1 Pools Close For Winter
knocks which the Jaxmen needed' across bunks looking for the elusive -
to win. The two ordnancemen both | pellet which he had lost that Season After 15 October 't
i' ,
put their long slaps into deep left 'day. It seems that Gobles is a .
field. I I''golf enthusiast even in his sleep. All outdoor swimming pools at : ,' j

The locals were scheduled to NAS Jax will be secured for the ,; -..L,.,! .
/ play Ft. Lauderdale and Banana | winter months after 15 October.' ', "

River over the week-end, but weather I I The pools have been open daily i.
conditions proved differently ''
since early spring. ..
I The Indoor pool located in Build- J
e Texas Rated As ing 614 will be open for recrea- \ '..

Nation's Top Grid ,I teenth.

V II Monday through Friday, 1800 to
Team In AP Poll
r 2100; Saturday, from 1000 to
rv \ ,, ff Texas was rated as the numberone 2100.: and on Sunday, from 1200 :4: ': '
G o o team of the nation by thecountry's i to 2100. No recreational swimming )
leading sports writers in I is permitted on week-days between .
the Associated Press' first weekly i the hours of 0800 and 1800 be- ,
poll of 1946 on the top .ten teamsin cause scheduled classes. ,1!

the country. I '

Texas uprooted Army from the Jersey City (SKA' )-Lll Abner's
number bracket
one being
Kickapoo Joy Juice is for sissies.
the first time since 1911 that the
ttiiTl 'And
that goes for Zombies too.
Cadets have not held
the lead. The
GENt HINTON, mainstay of Mary Rearman was unable to
complete top ten are: the Navy line, played a full sleep, so she mixed herself a con-
t' 1. Texas: 2. Army; 3. Notre sixty-minute game against An- coction. She found herself in seri-
Dame; 4. Michigan; 5. UCLA; 6. napolis two weeks ago. Hinton ous condition at the hospital. The
Alabama; 7. Pennsylvania; 8. Geor- played football for the Univer- drink consisted of wine, aspirin,
gia; 9. Tennessee; 10. Northwestern. sity of Michigan prior to coming liniment, mentholated salve and
that-it's the now 'T' formation! t" into the Navy. I Worcestershire sauce.


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