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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1946
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Ilf. U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION_AND. NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL-TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA .

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Naval Air Station quietly and without exuberant fanfare

'j id observed the fact that it was six years old Tuesday, 5 Oc-.


J % tober.Last year gala parties and parades were held ; promi-

.M4M.. .AnA.,, hi.... k.
/ -- "' congressmen '" 6" ran -
ing naval officers were present to
1---------- Meets speak. The Air Station's guest of
honor was Rear Admiral Marc A.
I IY Mitscher, fresh back from his Pa-
cific triumphs. Serving a nationat
Iowa Seahawks
.' total peace for the first timein
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"Jil,.." _.. At 1400The made an occasion of its birthday.One .
Sunday of the largest parades ever

YESTERDAY AND fTODAYSIX seen in Jacksonville was staged

Jax-Na\y football team, with Captain Anthony R. Brady
; and Rear Admiral E. Davi-
Ralph
YEARS flush with Its victory over Cherry
.... f I son leading the procession with
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Point at Jacksonville Stadium,
their in
accompanying parties six:
:
l\nCIIIIAS HlPFLNtU: : dur-
'.' : will be gunning for its second successive open cars. Mile after mile of floats
ing the six: years since NAS
Jacksonville was first commissioned win this Sunday when it'' and marchers wound their way
) through the streets.
l Trained naval aviators battles the Iowa Seahawks in
and aircrew This year was different. This
the tho
.It men by sands -
its first conference
'.. game at the
the Air Station was buckingthe
"1 went forth from here to year
field. The Seahawks,
.: .. set new records for skill and same though head winds of reconversion, of
not the
powerful aggregation they
strikes and shortages. This
"t' courage in combat There have year
in wartime
have been
were ,
' been many changes of command, the station worked right on
, in the last week
I but progress and growth have .i strengthened by through its birthday. No half-holi-
Ir maintained a steady forward some new officers and men who day was given, and there was lit
r have come out for the team.
:. pace. Pictured above is the first tle hilarity. Few people were even
photo logged by the Station Coach Kovalcheck announced conscious of the event. We were
Photo Lab taken during the t< that his captain for the Iowa six years old, we were thankful
commissioning ceremonies. v H game would be the ex-Michigan that there was peace, and we were
.I Comdr. C. H Cotter, O-in-C of tackle Gene Hinton. Hinton was working to keep It.
construction under whose guid- the mainstay of the Jax: line in
In the good city of Jacksonville,
ance the station was built is at the Annapolis game and was play- the Naval Affairs Committee of

i .. left, Captain C. P. Mason first Ing a fine game against Cherry the Chamber of Commerce gave a
NAS commandant, is in the cen- Point until he was injured The
luncheon in honor of the occasion,
ter, and Admiral J. H. Towers Injury was slight, however, and playing host to a small of
group
then Chief of the Bureau of Aer- he will be at his regular position
Navy officers, City and County officials -
Y ,. .. onautics, is at right. ,......'" ... when the whistle blows at kickoff and representatives of the
"I I' COMDK.: PAUL E. KMKItli: CA[>T.\IN ANTHONY R. BRADY time Sunday.
Chamber of
Commerce. officers
k N\S EXECUTIVE; OFFICER Other Photos on Pay t I I Navy
'J NAS COMMANDING: OI11CKU
Tickets will be sale at Main-
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side and NATTC Ship's Services Anthony U Brady, Captain L, M.
PLANS ARE PUSHED FOR and at Donaldsons 117 West Adams Gillette, Captain Howard V. Hop
1 t CELEBRATION OF NAVY Navy Twin-Engined Bomber SetsNonStop and at Duval Jewelry in the i kins, Captain Fred W. Priestman,
Lynch Building Servicemen and and Commander Paul E. Emrick.
:, DAY ON 27 OCTOBER their: families will be admitted at
Milestones in the of
I: r' Many events are being planned Record, 11,236 MilesShips' the; nominal price of 50 cents each NAS and outstanding progress events as

: here to observe Navy Day, 27 October while general admission to the taken from the files of the Jax
game will be priced at $1.50. Reserved
An "Open House, including Editorial Association Air News appear below:
a mock aerial attack on the Surpassing the old long-distance non-stop flight record seats are available at $2.50 2( April 1939Pre.ident -
station well Free transportation will be pro
as as displays and ex: Roosevelt signed bill for Nu-
hibits, special religious services by more than 3,300 miles, the Truculent Turtle, new Navy vided to personnel and their families "I l Air btatxmi. including $1}.90(1(,000 f..r
and a flower ceremony, and a twin-engine land-based patrol bomber, with her crew of four from the base. Buses will NAB, Jacksonville.

week-long series of speeches at naval officers, landed at Columbus, Ohio, after flying 11,236 leave from corner of Mustln and May Contract: "<9-let for power plant, hangar,
local civic clubs will mark the Yorktown beginning at 1200. The laundry, carat, maintenance building
celebration. miles from Perth, Australia, without a stop. game is scheduled to start at 1400 fire hou.., barracki. men ball, and b",..

': t A special Navy Day essay con"test I Averaging 203.1 miles per hour for the entire trip, the (Continued on rage 4)), Continued on Page 3))
Lockheed P9V Ne tune fought
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now being inJilgh :
hedwl dtht
schools constant averaged .. sae Ta
throughout Florida. ;
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"Winners from the high schools in 11.5 miles per hour ,- j' i ; :

Hhe Jacksonville area will be Carries KangarooThe
: guests of NAS and will be given plane was under the com '
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the opportunity of serving for a mand of Comdr. Thomas D. Davies, ,
t day either as tower duty officer, USN, and her "crew" was com- .: ; -
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(Continued on Page 4)) posed of Comdr. Eugene P. Ran-
kin, USN, Comdr. Walter S. Reid,
t, BAND LEADERLT. USN and Lt. Comdr. Roy H, I
Tabeling, USN She also carried a
35-pound baby kangaroo as a gift
from the people of Australia to

. the Washington, D. C.. zoo
. With a heavy load of fuel the

plane was helped into the air by
four Jato (jet) units. Trouble was
first encountered over Bougainville "
and New Guinea in the Southwest
Pacific. The weather grew even
worse as the plane hit the equator.At .
the Marshall Islands, and all
the way to Midway, the weather
continued bad, with heavy rains
I and dense clouds. !I .

Altering course on approachingthe a s
U.S. coast to avoid bad weather aU
at Seattle, Wash., the plane
-I faced headwinds and once had as
much as 1,000 pounds of ice on her U
wings as she flew over the coast. !

Weather Improves OJ' _
The weather turned better when -

CHARLES Kit I)LEU the Turtle had traversed the ; :
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will conduct the United States Rocky Mountain area. II.:;''--'''---'-'t_; ....;;",.t ;-;, ";"" ,, : _l __::: 'I...........___., 1
Navy Band Saturday in two con Early In October an Army B29 -
certs, at 1400 in Municipal Stadium flew non-stop from Honolulu to
and at 2000 in the Duval Cairo, Egypt, a distance of 10,925 NONSTOP RECORD of more than 11,000 mile WM set when this .

,,', County Armory. Tickets for the miles. Navy 1'2V patrol bomber touched down at Columbus, Ohio, after
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afternoon concert may be obtained J a flight from Perth, Australia. Yelept the "Truculent Turtle," the
from 'Lt. Noma P. Reid, No Shortage in llabes
WAVES Administrative Officer, (SEA) Three million babies twin-engined Neptune smashed the previous nonstop distance mark
Bldg. 720, and in Room 246 of were born last year in the U S., by about 8,300 miles. The ship was" under the command of Comdr.
the Main Administration Build according to the American Medical Thomas D. Danes (in circle), USN, of Cleveland, Ohio. At right
ing. Admission is $60 for service Assn.-The country's birth rate Is the insignia the aircraft Carrie on her nos.
personnel and $1.20 for civilians jumped 30 per cent in the period

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NAS JACKSONVILLE ADDED A SIXTH CANDLE to iU birthday cake this helped show public what the nation's l looked like, and )'('ar'*' .1 1
week as it completed the cycle from peace to war to demobilization to peace anniversary parade was one of the best (7) Off duty hours meant a quiet houror
Again. The peak wartime activity has given away to a steady, leas hectic program so reading in the station's fine library for many NASites. ((8)) This is a familiar
of training naval aviators for peacetime duty with the fleet as well as preparingthem scene to all enlisted personnel who advanced in rate-the monthly examination at
for any future emergency which might arise. During ita history, NAS playedan chow hall. ((8)) Sports were part and parcel of everyday life, and this aerial photoof
important role in the prosecution of World War II, but there were lighter morn Municipal Stadium during last year's grid clash between the station Fliers and
ents. too, in the grim business of war. Here, in pictures, IB a glimpse of life as the Ft. Pierce Amphibs shows the large turnout for the game (10)) Jacksonville
it was and is, for personnel stationed here. (1) An early view of NAS as construction: boasted of a boot camp, too, and many a salty sailor had his ,first taste of Navy
of the first buildings got underway. ((2) Sailors and WAVES Join in a "field day"at life here. (11)) Dances were scheduled regularly, and, as can be plainly seen,
one of the station's many hangars. ((3)) The war had to be financed, and NAS were always popular with the crew, ((1) Just as football was king in the fall,
civilian service! and personnel helped by buying millions of dollars)) worth of bonds baseball drew large crowds during the spring and summer months (13)) Mail to a
/thous-( ) serviceman has, always been a high ,spot of the day but Christmas packages from
) home were even more welcome. ((14)) Just as many sailer,began their naval careers
tertainment helped ease the strain, and famous! personalities, of the entertainment here,- hundredlJ of thousands wound up their service lives'and returned io civilian
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world like fob Hope wer viators! here during he height of the conflict. (.8)) Parades pursuit at ,te local Separation Center. eom|)''eti'nr' the cycle.

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.", 0. By Jimmy Mover, HAle By SKIPi'KK EDGE, SpS( ) 2c f

We wish to extend a warm welcome REUSE 4-T

'" Ho Hum another day another to our new WAVES Admin- I

dollar and another cola istrator, Lt. Noma P. Reid. We 1 k

: umn. Boy .how the Thursdays do now feel we are complete, and

:' fly around here! wish her a long and happy tour of y

f' duty aboard NAS. hs

First thing off the bat can anyone Come, come, girls! Let's havea 11

10 Y tell u* where in the world Cap- large turnout f.r the WAVES ;
tain Denton got the for that twtiilSi., )
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basketball
team this year. If you "!IiI ,....
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;: Snazzy uniform at neon one day 've had any experience at all and I

last week ? We thought that may. like to play come help us get r I

be the Navy was changing uniforms together a winning team. Reportto I "

at last' when we caught aglimpse the mat by Bldg 720 Monday.. MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM .
of that.
anu Wednesday, zi ana :23 uci,
at 1730 We need at least 15 more THURSDAY
StationContinued "LANDRUSH," with Charles Starrett Shows at 1730 and 2000
We don't know just how many girls, so come on, Bldgs. 723 and
WAVES on the staff "get around"here 720 let's go! 1'KIHAV 1
( front Page 1) "CRIME DOCTOR'S MAN HUNT" starring Warner Baxter
on the compound, but we can Mary Zeigler passed through
fehows at 1730 and 2000.
name one! Two enterprising phar- NAS on her regular flight from ASK Building begun. ,
July 1IJD- .\!'UK1).
& \Y AND SUM),\Y
macists mates seem to be begging Moffett Field Calif.. and gave us First plant aa.igned atatHM.II .
for her attention namely Bob lurk the latest dope on Agnus Mitchell I I October ItfU- "TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST" featuring Allan Ladd.
Station formally comnu.ni.ined .t high Shows at 1430. 1730 and 2000
and R McMillian of the Lab. TellO1ll former MAA It seems Ziggie was noun aptain harlea P. Mason oouimandant. e

Miss LeBeau, how do you man- at Moffett the night before Mit I STUDENT
to do it ? chell's first hop to Honolulu. Despite I If April. l llFimt OFFICERS
cadet* coramiaaioned a* Naval Aflator -
two alarms an MAA's reveille ..
Ah the classic touch of the col- and a fear of oversleeping, II June. l IlIt- TliUl'SUY.NU; HCIIV
lege campus returns to USNH Jax. It took Zeigler to get her on the Public Work Department orgtnined.July "I'VE ALWAYS LOVED YOU" featuring Catherine McLeod.

Sports ensembles by the dozensmake deck on time for her take-off. Oh, Mat, HII completed- on landing field U. ?. Show at 2000 only

.; a mad dash for the bus stop to be a SpV) and have the wore Naval Hospital commuiiioiied.Ke'ar SATURDAY

now-adays. Yep, it sure didn't take ry of getting up to take a flightto 1UU Admiral A. B. Cook. .became Chief 2000"EARL CARROLL SKETCHBOOK." starring W. Marshall Showat
only.
those fancy-dressing corpsmen and the Islands. of Naval' Air Operational Training. I ommand -
WAVES long to acquire civvies. We also hear Merrily Kurtz Headyuarleru. Mlahluhed her. Trade SUNDAY
We hear that Roy Bucy ventured likes fish etc. She took a trip to School. became a separate command under "CRIME DOCTOR'S MAN HUNT" featuring Warner Baxter and
into the and back with NATTC cogni/ance. aptain John Dale Ellen Drew. Show at 2000 only.
town last Saturday, bought a city came a Price became (oinmandant of NAS.November .
new suit, and then refused to come fish bowl stones, and seaweed, I._I2- MONI1VY AM TUESDAY
back to the base until Sunday, I no fish Just for an ornament of lint W A\ t: olficer aboard. "TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST," starring Allan Ladd Showat

just to show off that suit all\ weekend course, even to the point of put March laplain Mil Stanley- Joseph Michael became 2000 only.

Honestly the soles of Roy's ting water on the seaweed, Lo! (ommandant.
shoes were worn' thin from parad and behold the next morning she April. IIIUI OTHER EVENTS
I First edition of JAX AIR NEWS! printed -
.' ing Jacksonville\ streets awakened to find fish swimmingIn First radio program from .t.tlon
the bowl. Little did she know broadcast. Aircralt l>eiverjr Unit organised. BINGO laAI'TY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.

Reports that two MAAs had gone fishing I .. ATIILE1IC) \B-AvallabIe at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
are filtering in that Pat ItUl.pl.m
(Moose) Reeves Is financially embarrassed that morning and the story of the ,, August Arthur- Uvm .became CoinI Mustin Road 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily and at Gear Rojm top-

In fact he couldn.teven seaweed having eggs in it that I mandanl (Hear Admiral A. C. McKall .u.- side Bldg. 726 0800-1700 on work days.
.
r.d..d'ir.. Admiral A. B. look. a*
make a phone call home last had, hatched was IIcuttleJ.Vhat thief. N All'ft. MODEl. AIKl'LVNE MIOP-Hear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400
week to have his civilian clothing\ we won't do for excitement. April IUIl'.pl.l'n daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.

sent down. But what hurt deah It's a treat to see ;some of the I WalUin W. Smith became Contmanuaut nO"'UNO-Six alleys located in MainsMe. Recreation: Building ,
of N.'S.
ole Mouse most was that his bud- civilian clothes the girls are I Autuot UH- No 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
dies ( ? 1 refused to trust him long sporting. Some are really knockouts I Kecruit'raining transferred to NATT- 2100 Saturdays and Sundays. .
i The In looks when out .
enough to advance moolah for a change Cen..November" l lllaplain BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
little deal he had on the fire that of uniform completely out. we Herbert E. Kegan became Comdr A. J, Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
week. Sail right Pat, payday I mean, makes' it hard to distinguish I Commanding Dflicer. 1500.
ten' who's who Morale lifter? You bet. I April. UU -
t far off* Anyone wishing to contribute to I Hear Admiral Davi.on become ('N AOTl'. MAlN'JslDK LOUNGi';-Formerly the Reception Center, located In

June, 144}-- the South wing of Burtding No. 955: is open to NAS personnel and
Thirty tickets available this Column, please call Ext. 8289 I laplain Anthony S. Brady .berara. Commanding
to are for I and let's have a few guest editors, Officer. their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions -
patients a concert at the Municipal \huh ? August. Histation ->- by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radto-pho-<
Auditorium to be given inJacksonville I take peace quietly ,
: I no g ea pLIBRARYLocated h available fur use nl SIll hands'

the United on October 19th by' 'old enough to be trusted with a I September Separation 14)(enter- open and the"proce.a 1. on second deck of Mainside Recreation Building -
States Navy Band! : mail of reconvertion to time Navy begin .
In the -
shootln' iron so Coop peace
through the sponsorship of the, For I *. I No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
received a toy cap pistol one 1100 to 1630. from 1200 to 2100
American Legion Post 9. Ii October. U II- from Sunday .
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Sign solid week we've borne the ordeal I (aptain Brady named chairman of Com
up with the Red Cross I SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
Rec Office I of being "shot" every time we enter munily heat Drive :NAT 11 ihangvn okipI -
it you wish to attend. Transportation the barracks by Cooper and I pert 1800-2100 daily, Monday through Friday Saturday from 1000 to 2100. .
will leave from U October, l 4j- from 1.JOO to 2100.
the Sunday
Ships his "gun1 but now it's gettinga Navy Day program planned MwnaideDinpenaary ;
Service building at 13
And Coop although you claim November.'become.I UNAOft -NAATl. Winter ani. day from 0900-1700 Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing

All bums make a point of get that Wild Bill Elliott himself sent form inaugurated trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

ting your free hand-out in the you that present we know better! 1 November, UU- l.IIOlt.\OE-OpeL1 daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty .

Red Cross Rec Hall Thursday Armi.tire holiday granted atation. ASK "xrds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
plan to go on one aloft
night, 17 Octoberit's to be a real The Red Cross Recreation staff U November. l lllommunily Field. a
"Hobo" patty will attend a recreation conferenceduring (he.t drive ettended. livil. TENNIs-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-

a a the week of 12 October so 21 iani November to operate l station 4iThankiving fire dept. ing Building No 726 and also: on Mat area (corner of Mustin and

That party given by the corpsmen if your ward and Rec Hall activities event alated Holiday Yorktown Roads).
who work on D-l must have cut short, you'll know I granted -- -
been quite the deal. All the are JII November, IKti- Indort.inn. Two Navy pilots were shot downin
boys I why Point drop effect l.jU'l' enlinleil per- N\S personnel to attend KAY affair I the Pacific and were floating
seemed fagged after the affair especially aonnel. War (he.I fund i* 17.714. Ill May 1 4 -
one "Silent" Yarbrough. I December. Uli- NAS return to normal after rail criaia. about in a rubber raft. A Jap
But Yarbrough seems fagged all OPEN LETTER OF THE I l'hriotmas leave announced. ("'Idr..'. I June .- I sub rose to the surface One pilot
WEEK Dr. If I party aet to offset Maritime walkout.' "
the time : Cloninger. you Navy move waved to it "That's the stuff

anyway.e would just decide to "trim down"a U Talking December dog 111 vl.il.-:II AS. Command flhle' I U NAS June Ja*HI.elected*- .. site ef swim cham I said his companion. "Get 'em close

The one ambition in Charlie l little bit you might be ,able to merger. plan. I pi.",.'"'". I apt. Rhode bead Assembly. and enough and we'll ram hell out of
take Dr. in few tennis Irt December IIIUut H. .... "
Ardinger a them
Cooper's life has been to own a .', peacetime. (hri.tma since 19I$ to 27 June Uf6- I
sets In time. Remember. Doc I
f-"run, real or otherwise. Well I be observed: Flight team contest underway I -
I hal tor hard living tells, on us all after 27 December, 11}- II July U16-
a birthday last
/op week and I a while. (hri.lma aboard ilatton quiet but YM('A drive to begin at NAS. Pay raise LISSOMEGloria
turned 21. Some girl friend, ,merry. now in effei.t.
riend. anyway* though he I January, IU&- 1 I..* July m I
was A weekly' Wednesday afternoon Ktd tape i I. rut in G.. I. Bill. Cue WAvEs: celebrate. 4th annivenary. Model u" "J.f.
bridge tournament seems to be champ to give eahrbitron1 plane meet aUted.2S I
SWOON January, IUII- I
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July -
CROONER I quite the thing on CIf you're Air New become eight.page paperSee- : hold many gala parties for

___ .... JO interested in same see Miss Nay vinil SI. John .Anchorage. hirthd..,.
Hackett Red Cross recrea- 17 January UU- I August 1916 I
your Melting furnace in full operation Capt. NAS plant aeeonj in ...im meet.
tion worker Brady* give award to AAI(. H August 146VJ -
If you don't want to hear the 21 January l l Day anniversary, approictie. Bob
merits and standards of the Uni- Navy etceedmg deinohiluatioa. goal. June. carloonut in di.chaigtd.
New drop in quintn luted.II U August, I'H4-
versity of Texas' football\ outfit January l l Aclivitiea at NAY! rnppl by power
don't go near the record office. Navy Kelief drive to open. Marine get .hut-off.
Mike holds new commander 11 August 1916-
Pitmann, civilian
sway 7 .',b,".r,, l 915- era.inal aoliciUtum part .f YMCA
there. Mike's from Texas and :N.IS named. among Keady Air drive to d....> tod."ly. .
his money rides with the Steers. Center! Keaerv.I 24 August' !UK-L .. a
AH right, Uncle Mike, we know U frenruary.. 1916Iteay -- I C.Pt. Hop..ins (...es suer as s k'IPp.r u. 9nis
Admiral John V. Shafrotb. visits NAITt. llrd anniversary ef Naval Anatun .
I Texas U. was the No. 1 team' in NAS aiMT'iarlie.. .

last week's poll. 21 rrhiuary, 1 4NATTI I September. III*- .r+ XF
safely award won by Lauderdale Vandalism in barratl. will run to $lt.ODI. .,
e 1 lake lily unit. Scholl bus mhedulei announced,
Glad to see the smiling face of 27 February, lUll II September, 11'*- a
"Spotlight Ita"di" to ahow. at N AS. Dvm ililiiatuin officially end en 1" Sep.
D. O Nooner PhMl, around the
7 March 1916I'aracliute! (t.mb.
compound lately. Nooner has been movie la being filmed here. It September. 191'W F I$
home in Arkansas on leave but Sammy mead give ...ltlbIUOn.It IIr" neri.id ordered for !Saturday morn tr
March Itl6S inga. V 1'11IMclD." ....doa. iK
has decided to back
come and stay ,AS camera ban lifted. New inspection 2* September 19IKenerve &
with us awhile. Mighty nice of u-hedule e.labli.hej. training unit will hold tint '
you Nooner 21 March l l "Oiien II,iu<..." ;
Navy tatendo limit of USNH aervue. S Ortoher. HI/*-
Main.ide movie for enlisted only Crash e. tragedy of Air Show. Jn .,
Fred Ure of the lab had the 24 MareS. l lIn Na.r football team lone first tarn. I i F ; 1 H'
10 October. 191$ I IHurricane
Air :New celebrate third anni-
grumble of the week when he had ver.ary fail to ttnke NAS. ('i.viea f
to take down all\ the bottles and 4 April. 1'11- authorined for all personnel. I

glassware in the lab in preparation ship Service add new tchedule Vice & I
--- -- ,- Admiral Batch vi.it*. :
mmnv DOYLE;, former NAS- for the hurricane and then II April. l 4 Sign in a machine shop: If your I fi i I'i

ite who was attached to the Yard nothing happened* Wollfe.Red ('rose 9w.. drive I. G..ie net.trip's t<.S7 name.. Jaaen sweater Is too) big for you, look out,; i

Office, Welfare, and the Jax Air I It April Iff'I for the machineIf you're too
News during his tour of duty Speaking of the hurricane Jax I Sunri** service. to celebrate Easter: De- big for your sweater, look out for i'
here, is setting the air .waves on didn't even get a good( puff of mobiliiation ........... the machinists!

fire with his vocalizing on the wind but the tide did wash up 21 "April.QI'Q l men tSim -. 4..t.iM efficera t* be in I

"Tonight On Broadway" show dome real wrecks' at the Red Cross .peacetime Navy Seplen en radio, Professor (taking up quiz pa-

Bobby !sang with Bob Chester be- "Shipwreck" Dance last: Thursday t May .l 194Stabs. .. eaxrve. VK Dar per) : "Why the quotation markson

fore entering the Navy. A fellow night Some "Wreck on the Highway t May l.t.- this paper?/ "

scribe on the NAS Floyd Bennett ,"' eh, boys ? Seaplane agaia appear ion St. John Student: "Courtesy to the man a

Field SKYSCRAPERS I Kiver. on my left." .,
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I* May 1 4Hear
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sent us copies of three newspaper Sailor; "That railroad tunnai l Admiral Kalub. Daeiaa* aamed',
columns from the Big Town we just went through cost $l2t- head './ 7th. Naval Dl.trirt. 'Lady: "I'd like to'see somethln' Leschwaa .f NBC
.
items about 000000. II May. lilt- In a )
containing Bobby- men's punt,
Naval Flight learn at.c'a' : "Miltll' Chicago they called
to ale heir
showing he's really come up in WAVE (arranging her hair-do t* Ju... 1946A.sapolie 'I Clerk: "You women are all
lIt.. Lissuae Meant (.at.
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Letters To The EditorDear YOU CaN'T WIN By Hough

J J1 f\WWX-uf5 Editor:

Editorial Office Well, here I am writing to you again.

South Wing, Loner Deck, Bldg. 930felepnone Another WAVE has the wrong impres-

Extension 8542 sion of the average swabby, and somebodyhas

Arthur M. Greene, Editor to straighten her out-so I'll try.

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the She must be new around here. Can't
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no they understand that most of these guys
expense to the government and in compliance with
have been from home for timeor
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 May 1945. Copiesare away a long ccRr nelr .. t
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air live so far away from home that they I IlOiNGLJ
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, just can't get used to it. I'm from Chicago,
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced TrainIng and that's a long way from Jax. I've beenon
Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval
this base and half and
a a now
District Naval year
,
Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field,
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval when I see a WAVE it doesn't affect me, but
Hospital.! when I first came down here, I would have
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Oavloon. loved to make out with some of them. AllI 1C
Commandant Seventh Naval District _
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training mean is, if all of these salty WAVES tL1hl

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN Commanding would just try and understand they wouldbe
Jacksonville Naval Air Station a lot better off. '

Captain Howard V. Hopkins, USN Commanding She doesn't understand that this is 1946.
Naval Air Technical draining Center Times have changed since the gay 90's. If =

Captain Robert U. Gillett (MC). USN. Commanding no one ever gave her the come-hither look, r
U. S. Naval Hospital I'm sure she would be very disappointed. She I

Lt. Cot. Alexander A.Marine Vandegrift.BarracksComdr. Jr., USMC, Commanding said that she was offended at the Navy Bus 4.ff

Station. Everyone knows that the bus station /
Jules F. Schumacher, USN Commanding tFtN11t
is the SP's
Navel Air Gunnery Rang paradise. If it happened on
some dark street, it would be a different
Lt. William ,
H. Loone Jr. USN Commanding
Natal Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field story, but let's try to be sensible. All she ) ;

Cast. Alexander M. HearD: USMC would have had to do is to call an SP who, .
Marine Aviation Detachment I can assure wasn't far and
you, ,
very away,
\VI, they done tole me to picktp any ole thing litterin' the
n. .TAX AIR NEWS receive.' Ship't Editorial Association material. I'm sure everything would have been taken grounV
Republication of credited matter prohibited without care of.I .
permission of SEA, Washington 23. D. C. Republication of any
other matter except by icrvlce publication, U prohibited just wish all of the WAVES would get
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.' wise. Commercial I[_BOOK SHELF I

Bob Lamb.
Sea
Duty BulletinBulletins
In the draft riots of 1863, two
An increasing number of enlisted per- young boys met by accident, Evan,
sonnel from NAS Jacksonville have become Poetic License I will be accepted until the son of a wealthy, influential
obsessed with the idea of space has been filled but no later politician and Jonathan, the son
going to and
sea
than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230. of a middle-class worker They
have taken an unusual method of fulfilling My name will -be read in history's pages, FOR :SALE became friends and later law
this desire. My name will be known throughout all ages.It 1939 DeSoto five passenger Good motor, partners. ISLAND IN THE AT-
body, and tires. Sacrifice for 1695. Expecting
Laboring under the misapprehensionthat fills my heart with earthly joy transfer soon. Pee in rear cf LANTIC by Waldo Frank is a
Bldg. 610. Ext. 8272, McBrlde. long novel of their tangled lives
if
they go AWOL and surrender at That I was here before KILROY. 1938 Dodge sedan good shape. Arthur and the lives of their families
some other naval activity they will eventu- Leroy. Leeds, emergency repair Shop 1117.
One officer' khaki uniform gabardine.Coat covering a period of fifty yeais.
ally be transferred to sea duty, sailors have size ftft", panti line 32" waist, 89' Harry Kroll, author of FURYIN
length. Will fit man 59". 170 pounds.
marred their records and suffered THE EARTH, tells the
disciplinary 418 Royal Ave. Ens. Meld ext 274 or storyof
action without 22321. the Hatfleld-McCoy feud
getting closer to the
any
Suit of C. P. O. greens, sine 14" frontiers, the
through of the
realization of this aim. W. eyes womenof
coat site 18" $50. Call John Wentten -
% T- at 2-3010 after 1600. both factions who suffered
Not only is this practice foolish and of TNe.ux ondVieujs f rom.StoiiatCHRISTIAN Furniture Includes breakfast aet. living' when their men went out to kill
avail it is since \> room suite chair tamp dresser and or be killed. The tale follows his-
no wholly unnecessary, defi- bed. HUB Childs St. Ext. (70, Maurin.
nite means are open to those who wish to be Hollywood bed, new 150; folding couch. torical facts, but is written witha
115: and other home accessorlea.' 3634B sympathy and understandingwhich
transferred to duty afloat. Last month the Irwin St. Dewey Park William C. S. makes a gripping story of
Chief of Naval Personnel issued a directive K., ext. 458.FOR RENT action and characterization.Once .

covering this very subject, and providinga FRUITS One room with adjoining bath. On two I again Josephine Lawrencehas
I bui lines. 1349 Inglrslde Ave. I written a novel of the problems -
well defined procedure of applying for Tn one of the Anostle Paul's letters he Three sleeping_room.. for couples or men nf family Up DOUBLE
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transfer to sea duty. exhorts his people to-be "good soldiers of on St. bus Phone line.77968.Miss B. Houston, 2601 Talk WEDDING RING.This time the

Under the terms of this directive, en- Jesus Christ." That figure of speech is used WANTED problem arises with the desire of
listed men who have served a minimum of soldier" is Rid from Southslde to KAS. forking the young to keep their lives and
A .
for good "good .
a purpose. hours 0800 to 1630. Ext. 522. J. J. We.t.Ride the of children
their free
three months on shore duty are given the known by the way he lives and acts. His )life from St. Johns and Roosevelt Blvd.to from raising parental supervision, whilea
NAS. Working hours 0800 to 1630.
opportunity of applying for such transfers, is SET ASIDE for a specific task which he Ext. 8885, Mrs. eutch. grandmother is bewildered by
and commanding officers were enjoined to be Ride from Park; and Barrs to NAS.' WorkIng her uselessness. and
to
has voluntarily assumed. lIe is ready : hours 0900 to 1630. Ext. 8885. Many people
take action on these'requests within certain called for duty at any time on a moment's Three riders between Edison & McDuft many aspects of family living are
to NAS. Working hours 0700 to 1615. brought out in this readable, I
limits. All requests in the cases of nonratedmen notice. The fact that at a certain time in Hartley Public Works Electric Shop, ular novel.In pop-

except Class "A" School graduates and his life he dedicated himself to his task, hems Three ext. or 825.four riders from downtown to GRANDFATHER OBJECTS,
those in the steward branch, are to be granted been thoroughly trained, and is now NAS. Working hour 0715 to 1600. Walter Wilder tells the events of
Monday thru Friday. Ext. 327, Sam; LI-
when the number on board exceeds 80 per readY' for action, is taken for granted by the berito. a summer which the two Wilder
One passenger, going to Kansas City, children spent with their grandfather -
total allowance. Re-
cent of the activity's very fact that he is a soldier. Having been a about 20 Oct. Ext. 281. Lt. (jg) W. R. in their country home while

quests from petty officers (including Class soldier himself, Paul knew these things, and Two\\ ilson.bedroom house or apartment, for Naval their parents traveled in Europe.
"A" School graduates) and members of the for that reason he employs that figure of officer and wife No pets or children. The events Involving not only
steward branch are to be granted when the speech in this particular letter. A GOOD Ens.Jacksonville.W. F. Kollmorgen 1643 River Rd., I grandfather and the children, but .

number on board in these categories exceeds SOLDIER is known by the way in which he WANTED= Yonnir. TiT. Ext.girl JOg.to share room :rndexpenses ''a servants strange, assortment and neighbors of relatives seem

80 per cent of the allowance of the respective GETS RESULTS.Our normal to the children but mall

rating group. Hospital corpsmen are exempted Lord never promised anyone that JaxNavyContinued hilarious reading. George Fri )
from the provisions of this order, but individual the life of a Christian would be an easy one. illustrations emphasize the Spa

requests from hospital corps en- There is far more to being Christian than ( from Page 1)) I of Bertie the book.Wooster again

listed personnel are to be forwarded with escaping hardship in this world or in the JAX Probable NAVY lineups IOWA are: hand in other people's take

appropriate recommendations to the Chief world to come, as many seem to think. Christian Ary T.E SFAHAWKS' Murphy JOY IN THE MORNING, the new
of Naval Personnel, via BuMed, for action. people are those who have dedicated 1 Thomas Roogerl LT G Richardson novel by P. G. Wodehouse. The

As in submitting all other requests, the I themselves to the service of their fellow- Hinton Knickelbin. TIC Brllnnen Tyson lage action where takes Jeeves place in fishes a little and vil-devises -
i
regular special request form should be used man. In this manner' only are we able to Harden' RT Steiner Henry strategems to evade the logical 4
and submitted via the usual channels. serve our Lord. Long prayers and even longer Mancos LaHulli I.B QE :Moulton consequences of Bertie's meddling <
This is just another case of fellows jump- faces are not necessarily indicative of Dunhnm McConnell RUR Murphy Lee in love affairs.NUMISMATIC. 'I

. ing the gun before they even try to find out Christian living. Physical effort is in many J"HB B T.pley Lonely GROUP J
.
i the facts. And all they get for their troubleis cases a more effective prayer than is time ISSUES INVITATIOI

a black mark in their records. spent asking that something be done for Plans Are The regular monthly meeting of i

If you want sea duty, ask for it. If the us which we could be doing for ourselves.Our the Southeastern Numismatic As-
,, personnel situation will permit it, your re- Lord never does for a man what he (Continued from Tage 1)) sociation will be held Friday 8
Floridian
operations officer October at 2000 In the
quest will be granted. If it isn't don't get im- can do for himself. Let us be industrious in ing officer of an, or advanced as command train- Room of the Roosevelt Hotel.

,.. patient. Wait a little while longer. But what- whatever work we find ourselves. A lazy ing unit (squadron). Both service and civilian personnel -

ever do, don't do anything foolish like man should first start to work and then call Since Navy Day falls on Sun- of NAS interested in coin
you surrendering yourself for help if Worship is necessary, day, the "Open House" will be collecting are invited to attend byJ.
and then necessary.
going AWOL held on Saturday and Sunday will U. Gillespie, president, who will
i. at some receiving ship. It will net you noth- but it does the working man more good be observed as a day of special preside.At.

ing but a possible courts-martial. than it does the slacker. tribute to the men in all the serv-
-*- Chaplain Robert L. Stamper, ices who lost their lives at Ilea in
defense of the United States. A
U. S. Ships Abroad reasons the U. S. is keeping the forces there 'special service is scheduled at
and why we shall continue to do so. 1045 at All Saints' Chapel. Captain At Station Chapels Birmlagk./!
the United States has offers I Francis Lee Albert, senior Road and Muslin Arena
(SEA-Though) Among these reasons were: "It a I
chaplain will
speak
on "Our Na-
no intention of acquiring European shore splendid opportunity to train the officers tion's Navy" and the 40-voice Protestant ChaplainW.
I 0730: -Holy Communion -
, bases, the Navy will continue to maintain and men of our ships in independent opera- ; chapel choir will sing appropriate K. Stevenson.0930NATTC }
forces in the Eastern Atlantic and the :Mediterranean tions and to familiarize them not only with selections. Service-Chaplain E. W. If

to "support the Allied occupa- the waters in which they cruise but also! for The 1400.flower Honoring ceremony the brave is slated Andrews Sunday School Email Chapel. ],.

tion forces and the Allied military Govern- with the customs and traditions of the peo- ficers and men of the United of- 0530-Chaplain W. R. fcttv n.on. I

ment" and to "protect U. S. interests and ple in the countries which they visit. i I States Navy whose bodies have 1045-Dlvlrw Service Chaplain F. L. f!

support U. S. policies in the area," SecNav "It is a builder of morale for many of- been buried at sea, the ceremony Albert t 11
James Forrestal declared recently in a ficers and bluejackets who still have the tra- will begin with a brief service on CaU li< '
0700 Mass.
the -
field just before the I
statement explaining the presence of U. S. ditional urge 'To join the Navy and see the take off Once at sea, the flowers planes 0900 1100--Mass.Mais. ;
in waters. world.' will be stdewn from ,
warships European the plane to An Outdoor Nursery for small children
SecNav did not mention specifically any "It affords an opportunity for American float on the water. Persons wish- ia malaUlntd between WOO

criticisms made by foreign powers of U. S. naval personnel to create good will and bet- ing send to only contribute wreaths flowers should and Jewish 1200.Religions gtrvlc and 't

policy in maintaining the ships in foreign ter understanding with the people with I addressed to the or Senior single Chaplain flowers -- Fellowship Uo.r

jaters. His statement, rather, explained the whom they come in contact." NAS Jacksonville ICO-Friday In the Small Chatr *<'l.


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1 THEY SHIP YOUR PERSONAL EFFECTS j jI"
r
!
THERE'S ONE AC- urHErd1

( TIVITY here which had
,[ an Important role In I" : j
:'11 the demobilization pro.I w+ '==" AROUNDA! IIff.
) and whose work
{1- gram didn't end when the Administration and 1'ersonnel w )11

.I program was completed. by Mal Butler-Another week has ,
It's the Householdand passed and I am too tired to even :i was hoping .he hurricane would
Personal Effects r say hello, so I'll just say "Hi" catch him there.
Section, of the Supply I hope other departments have I I Mr. Fields, would you help us ;;
.: Department's Shipping find out why Doris has!! the blues ,
gotten off better than the Time
so often Can it be man '
" Division. Having arranged Section. That was the busiest I' every
... for and prepar trouble?
place I ever saw last week. The i
.,"Sl 1 ed hundreds of shipments hurricane really put us in a spot. Why did some young lady come
, 1 each month _q With figuring leave and answer- I to work Monday looking as though
q throughout the demobilization ing umpteen questions, we had to she had spent a lost week-end?
::i period, their sweat to get through by the end Could you tell us. Wynona?
", work has eased
; now of the week so all could be paid. I guess I have said enough and
u"m.mm m.muu '- Your correspondent was asked gotten into enough trouble for this
I how many were hurt in the wreck time. So long, see you next week

I (speaking of my 1935 Pontiac), so with more dirt
: t.I kf aMb I have decided to fix it up so at Engineering: : IJh'I"lon-By Tom-
'
tf"" 4 ,, least the engine won't make much my Mclaughlin __ Howdy, howdy,
I noise. yep, I'm here again to give you
) -.." We are somewhat surprised to the long and sad tale of what
hear of the forthcoming marriageof : happened in Engineering this past
I one of our ladies in Time Sec week.

E '*.r.. j tion. Here is hoping that you like Bells clanged, whistles blew,
your new job as well as you do horns tooted, orders were given
'U I this one, and here's good luck and everyone went haywire in
from all in Time Section. May you preparation for the dreadful hurricane -
be blessed with lots of love and lit- But, alas, no wind. At any
I tle lovies rate we got a rest of one day out

Since I have had to put my car of the deal.
up, Harry has that forlorn look Man alive! That bowling team
I about him. So would some kind really came across the other night
soul offer to take him to Dins- Our two top star players are C.
I eat least once a week. Harry Lamb and Buzz Gamache Mr.
__ _
Lamb bowled
Jfr top game for the
3 shore is pretty coming over these league so far i :th a 210 in the
z here mountains." first game. That's bowling! Buzz

I Mrs. Leola B. Pierce, Design, resigned bowled the highest average for the
last week to become a night and also in the league so far.
housewife and mother. This leaves His average is 190. If he keeps
j Virginia Walpole alone to give that up, we'll all get a trophy.
Design that feminine touch. Nick Pulignano kept the averageup
& 4 I for all of us with Howard following
Transportation lost Lt. (jg) J. close behind.
L. Lawson, to A & R Planning,
off a bit, but there are Your ever-loving did
but was well pleased with his re- I reporter
still many being made placement, Lt. Comdr. J. W Jung.L. so poorly he won't admit his
each week to such far- :M. Smith transferred from scores. Keep up the good work,
-p' off places as South Transportation to A, D. U., while gang, and you, Tommy, get on w
America, Asia and behind that ball.
Hanna Kaylor came in to help out
Europe. Building a I
for a few days. I Freddie
o crate which will be "The Tie" Cljne is due
I used to pack some- The fellows in the Sheet Metal back next week. Bet he looks likea
one's belongings for Shop have been wondering if Jersey cow after eating all the
shipment are :M. E. there is really anything serious steaks he's been bragging a about
f .t'-" Poole, upper left and between Evelyn Thomas, Tool I t
,>. N. Bronstein, far right, Room, and' Nick. 'Fess up. Eve-
veterans who are receiving lyn! Leave With Or Without
on the job There is a fellow in the Machine
training. R. Y. Touch- Shop who is in great need of a Pay To Be Charged For

,. .. ton, Jr, supervisor,
needle and thread. Since there is
lower left, looks on aa no woman around to help him, Time Off 7 & 8 October
packer R. Felton seals an already-packed crate. Personal effects up to 600 poundsthe are handled directly by may I suggest scotch tape! All
Navy, but furniture and other household goods are handled by private shippers under Navy contract. employees who were excused -
.-, -. I L. Q. Mayberry, who had a from work Iat
during >tweek's
stroke some 10 months ago and
InspectingThe INSIDE recently has undergone several hurricane condition will
rULv1 operations, really has a lot of true be charged with annual leave or
friends in Maintenance and Trans- leave without pay for this lime
PUBLIC WORKS portation. These sections have
off it
was staled Monday In
SALLIES certainly proved this by sendinghim
Inspectors By JUAMTA WISE a valuable gift which will helpso Station Memo >o. 35-46 signedby

' N Wedding bells will be ringing much in bringing about his Captain Anthony II. Brady.
1 By HELEN BUKNETTE ,.h.. tomorrow for Bertha Spears of speedy recovery. The order pointed out that GroupI

,t Congratulations to Chief J, T. W Maintenance. She came to work Everyone is glad to see W. D. II, II, IVa, or IV'b employee
Durrance, ACMMAA( ), as he is Ily CLARA E. Sl'tEIl about a week ago sporting a diamond Cone and B. L. Davis, Transportation would be automatically chargedwith
of a new baby ling and announced that back after from
the proud "popper" recuperating
A mighty prayer or thanksgiving the big event will be the 18th of annual leave, if awrued.
October
born and
girl, :Mary Darlene, injuries, to hear that A. D.
in unison from the However
> arose Sup- this month. The lucky man is Al- Dixon's wife is back home from any employee having
th.Chief ply Department as the dreaded fred Richardson.Both leave accrued who desires to be
the .
A. J. Wood has returned hurricane veered around Jackson- R. V. Forsjthe, transferred hospital.Geo. carried in a leave without pay .
to work after a thirty-day leave. ville and passed us by. Some of us, to A &: R, and Jimmy Merkel, Brinkman ana J, L. Myers, status may make arrangements
I .' .' Chief Kenneth E. Derrington has including Ethel Perritte (Adminis- Maintenance, became fathers re Paint Shop, are on vacation this with the head of his depart
1 also returned after an extended trative) and your scribe, lived cently. Each was in hopes of a week. Brinkman is in Tampa, ment.
leave in California. through the hurricane of September while Mjers is vacationing at
boy but got a girl. C. A. Skillern, Under existing!! rules and regulations -
Inspector A. W. Pitts is looking 18, 1926, in Miami, and know Typewriter Shop, wants a gill, home. the Commanding Officer .
for some able-bodied men withOsome the force of the winds and what so he and Mr. Turner have a bet : If there is any shop in Maintenance has the authority to ex-
spare time, to help him un- terrible havoc can be wrought. on to that effect. Hope the win- which I didn't go to the cuse only Group l\b employees
his airplane from its moorIngs When the Administrative Offi ner doesn't let it go to his head. other day, please let me know. It without charge to annual leave
In St. Mary's Airport, Geor- cer's voice came over the Supply Also, Mr Skillern is building a was the first time I was throughthe or, loss of compensation In order -
, gta. He flew his plane up there loudspeaker system at four o'clock I house in Murray Hill and he must shops, and I almost go lost. to accord fair and impartial -
4. to be safe from the hurricane, and on October 7th, telling us to "se- be getting nervous already becausehe Thanks, everyone, for giving me treatment to employees) of
i asked volunteers to moor the cure" our desks and remain at has to take up half of the sub- so much news this week-and for all groups Itas stated, the
t plane for him. Needless to say, the home the next day, we hastenedto floor he was laying. A. J. Yar- those who didn't please do next Commanding Officer did not desire -
L plane weathered the storm and follow instructions. At home, brough, Transportation, too, is time. to exercise this authority.
r' ,:.,',. now Inspector Pitts has to make most of us methodically went the proud papa of a baby boy.
: another trip to have the plane removed about the grim business of fasten- While on his way back from IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves
I from the holes which were ing windows, running water into Branan Field, :Mr. Megonigal, labor
f .. dug to protect it. bath tubs and various containers, foreman, got stuck In quick
I It seems the Inspection Depart- filling and polishing kerosene sand and had a delightful 3'a 0 0d
ment has a bowling team which lamps, attempting to locate can- mile walk to the nearest phone.
very few folks know about. The dles and Sterno heat, and taking Charley (Moneybags) Turner,
I team is composed of C. L. Saxton, precautions generally. Typewriter Shop, finally got a new 5UPPLY DEPT
O. A. Henry, John W. Bishop, Some of the personnel who live house. Now everything would be
Chief E. T. Cook, A. L. Peltier, at the beaches worked more seriously 4-0 if Mr. Davis would just tell
'\,. AMMlc, and Chief S. H. Krzeso- at protecting their famil- him where he could get a nice diamond e
!If. wiak, all from Interim Inspection. ies and property, and later in the .
h;,. The team plays each Friday night early morning hours evacuated to A. W. Motes, Typewriter Shop,
' at the Southside Bowling Alleys, Jacksonville. has been telling everyone about
so plan now to go out and "root" Upon returning to work Wed- his car. What he has failed to men
for the boys! nesday, it was good to find our tion is that during a heavy rain .
has return- desks clear and just as we had the top of the car leaked so badly oo
P. J. Dempsey, S2c,
left them. Most of us rememberthe I
he had to take it completely off
leave whichhe
I \ td from a twenty-day
state of confusion existingtwo
Nebraska his This is a reminder to the chauffeurs
spent in Omaha, ,
after that hurri-
years ago in Transportation to be sure
..,.-..... home town. cane scare, when mattresses and to get their station driver's licenses h 111111/l/
,.. J. T. Carson, AMMlc, inspector blankets had converted counters and state chauffeur's licenses
l -,(. in Flight Test, has been on ex- and our desks into beds for the which are due now. tltlli4t
with his
tended leave combined children of personnel who had taken
: Mr. Dockrell of Maintenancewho
his
, : honeymoon. He will return to refuge in Building 110 duringthe is on a 2 weeks vacation in
'. inspection duties in the near future -
night. North Carolina writes "The moon
,
', ,i.;, ,l.., and will bring his new bride The Accounting Department was -- ------- --
;j&I:' ;'''3, with him. Congratulations, James, loath to see Ira Townsend resign.He "Big City." As New York is her
Ir\I;;;; ., : and best wishes to both of you first came to the station in home, we know she is having a
,aL "' .'t'' ; from the department.. January, 1941, and is leaving the great time Sadie Stanford
"[ 'i".:..'. Government to take a position (Timekeepers) is on a ten-day vacation I
.
. The new messenger dusted the with Massey Motors. He will be trip visiting her sisters at
officer's desk, wiped off the chair, missed a lot, and we wish him Macon, Eatonton and Atlanta, Ga
arranged his books and tidied up luck in the commercial world. Pearl Cone (Issue), has that
generally everything was tiptop VACATIONERS Dorothy Free- beaming expression on her face

:Ji'W' .. except the deck. Ian (Inspection Report) is enjoy- now which can mean only one
I ... "Sailor," said the officer, "was- ing a vacation at home doing just thing. Her son, Donald, who is sta-
, n't this deck swept?" the things she wants to do tioned aboard the USS Saipan, is
:' I. 'No admitted the sailor. Dorothy Roche (Award) ,is takinga home on leave and seeing his new
: "No'WHAT?" growled the offi three-week vacation in New baby, Donald, Jr., for the first
''a. ... 1 : York. Relatives have been visitingher time. Incidentally, he met his wife "Find out what they want, tell them we don't have any, the*,
1 cer."No broom,'* answered the sailor. and, returned with her to the!) when stationed at Nova Scotia. hang. up."

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i AWARDS- ...... ..____._a_ .... ...._.. ._._ .. .. __,. 'Marvin Scott



i Booked For

w

i NATTC Dance "


I, WHRT TO DO! WHERE TO OOl Composer, arranger, stylist and
. Instrumentalist --- that's Marvin

Scott, who brings his smart, a<>-
MOVIE SCHEDULE: ciety-styled orchestra to the
NATTCenter Auditorium on Fri
'
I NATTCTIIUKSI day the 25th and to Yellow Wateron

Monday the 28th.
>.\Y G I, WAR BRIDE with James Ellison and Anna h't ,
Lee shows at 1100 1730 and 2000. : i Scott's nine-piece band is well.
I"IUIU AM is.VI I'KO \\-CLOAK AND DAGGER starring .i known to devotees of soft sweet,
Gary Cooper and Lili Palmer. Shows at !tOO, 1730 and 2000. smooth and danceable music Hahas
lI'IlU.\:' CRIMINAL COURT with Tom Conway and Martha I .'. w .

O'Drtscoll Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. a
:MOND.tY( AM:' ) TUI:>IAY-I'VE ALWAYS LOVED YOU with + I
, I
. Maria Oiwpenskya and Philip Dorn. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000.
\\'tu: ":\\-EARL CARROLL'S SKETCH BOOK, with Wilhirn PKTl'Khl' ) ABOVE IS 1'IU. VICTOR FU1.LKK: ACEM, re-

: Marshall and Constance :Moore: Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. reicing from Lt Comdr W M. Coles
IIU'KMHY CRIME DOMOn'SAN:: HUNT, with Warner delving the Presidential Unit Citation from Lt. Comdr. W. M Colesat

Baxter and Ellen Drew. Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000 last Saturday's Inspection,
-
R 'Yr

Yellow Water ; JW I
Fischer vs Bondy 4 bY !

1IIUKSI.\Y-NO SHO\\
I...:m.\y ANt s,\TfUlY-THREE LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE, Ur

with Jane Haver, Vivian Elaine!
sti )).\Y-G. I. WAR BRIDE, with James Ellison and Anna Lee. Ends In Brow
MONDVYM I U TrKM"CLOAK AND DAGGER, starring Fight C;

Gary Cooper and Lili Palmez
Vr.lNKxlCRIMINAL COURT, with Tom Conway and Martha -

O'Driscollllll'Kxn Boys Rcmatchcd For NAT'If C
.\ SHOWTHINGS .
Smoker Here Next TuesdayTen
TO DO-ABOARD
lively fistic encounters were the order of the day

IIOKll\ SHOP Monday through Friday 1700- I at Yellow Water last Thursday evening, when NATTCenter's
2130 Saturday, 1300-2130. New location in BI<.fg. 414,
for leather craft, I famed pugilists motored over to the Gunnery School for an .
. Wing No 1. Instructors on duty >ll t.I< !Ij'
model airplanes! evening of boxing. NATTC's most famous son, Ron Bondy, styled his arrangements to adhere

S 1JLKK IIVLL-Open nightly 1730-2130. Outdoor I ran into a bit stiffer competition than he has in a good to the highest standards of

i. and inside areas. Sandwiches and snacks available. many fights in Jack Fischer of Yellow Water, and the bout this type! music. having written the
the
entire repetoire himself with I
! 1'.'::1'1'\ 01 HCIUS: KKCUKATION: KOOM-In ended in a hard fought draw. Idea of giving the dancing public

; auditorium open daily, ping pong and pool anJF I The Bondy-Fischer go was with. man of- -Yellow- Water. Fetterman, what they want

, lounge availableBOULING out doubt the best fight of the I wh Is newer to the In the Navy, Marvin was a ratedI
)l --Six alleys behind Ships Service avail evening Bondy couldn't seem! to game than comparatively Bien, fought in an un- I ,_..._ _,___ .u_ __ __ __
" able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, 1 solve Fischer's strange elusive othodox style, and landed some
1700-2130 Free bowling it you set your own pins. r style', and wasn't hitting with his hard blows, but the offerings of {
lOc a line for pn: boys usual! hard rights. Bondy did have I Bien outshone those of Fetter-
Fischer dazed late in the second I
AIKl'LXMO: CLl'S-NA'rTC Alrdalea man.
MODEL (
f round, but the round was too tar
: Meets Saturday morning at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg \ gone for him to do any further The next Smoker between
BU.IKOOM DANCE: CLAS.s: -E\ery Monday and damage. NATTC and Yellow Water will
House Classes from be held next Tuesday, October 22,
at the Hostess
Wednesday NATTCenter won 4 matches,
I at the NATTC Auditorium, and
1< 00 to :HO). J I dropped, one and drew on :5 occasions will feature another clashthis

.
S\\1 JII\: (:-Pool No. Recreation for WAVES, time for something like five >
WAVE Officers, Couples, Family Groups Children The curtain raiser for the eve I rounds between( Bondy and Fischer .
'. must oe accompanied! by parents. Monday through ning found Tom Godfrey (AF 07)) .

a SaturdAY OW! t.-> 7100. Sunday 1230 to 2100' II II i facing Fred Conley of Yellow Water I Following is a summary of the
I Godfrey floored Conley with Smoker held at Yellow Water last :)
J .'MM, >... Male Personnel onlyEnlistedand a hard right to the face and Con- Thursday: :

Otftcers. :Monday through Friday 0900 to 1100, ley the, full a newcomer count for to a the KO.ring took 1st Bout Tom Go frey, 118

1200 to 1100, 1500 to 1600 and 1700 to 2100. Saturday I Ibs, AF 07, kayoed Fred Conley I II
The
second, third, and fourth I
2100GOLF 118, Yellow Water in 2nd
0900 to 2100 Sunday: 12"0 to
fights all ended in draws. Ernie
-Station Cu.ua.ij i.om 1000 to sunset. t :Matzek: of Yellow Water, and Bob i iAEM) Bout--- Bob Bartlett, 127 Ibs I
and Ernie Matzek, 130 Ibs, W'musician
from 0900-1700. Open to all Bartlett (AEM ) drew in the second '
Saturday and Sunday tight Matzek and Bartlett Yellow) Water, drew. and organized! two service .

personnel. Clubs available at Gear Locker in South- hardly ever used their rights, 3rd Bout Herb Ri<'hert. 127 bands, writing arrangementsand

side ot N VTTC Auditorium. Monday through Satur- 0 something of a peculiarity since Ibs. AF 09, and Chuck Biondo, I conducting for both outfits.

,.ay..-1000-1700, Sunday 1030-1700.; both boys have good, hard hitting 131, Yellow Water, dtew1th Featured! vocalist In the band in

.VILMl: '-Anyone interested in joining the NATT light hands In the third fight, Bout-- Don Duncan, 132 Ibs lovely Libby Dean, a red-head with
I Cats Orchestra, contact T. F. Raye at Barracks 465THN Herb Richert (AF 09) and Chuck AOMB, and Edward O'Connor, beauty! surpassed only by her
t
Ms-Racquets and balls available at Physical Biondo of Yellow Water fought 128 Ibs, Yellow Water, drew. voice
three fast Don Chattaway ts featured at
Training Bldg 513 rounds, ending in a 5th Bout -Oubrey Pic 138 Ibs,
draw the keyboard of the piano. Don'lImany
Biondo
41MflJ HOSTESS: HOI'sK-Open daily 1500 to 2100, Saturday I a little less experienced AF 08. outpointed Nick Bratto, '
in of with
" the years experience
ring than Richert (
enlisted
1100 U :2100 For NATTC 135. Yellow Water.
and Sunday
came out of his corner fighting, sweet bands has aided him in de
I u rsonnel, relatives and guests and threw some hard punches before 6th Bout Helmer Hubbard, 143 veloping a stlyle that i U an attraction
Ibs, AF 08, and Red 140
Thorp
n. tiring In the in Itself.
LlmtAH.Located in Auditoiium Op second and third
NA11C
Ibs, Yellow Water, drew. I .
rounds. For -- -- ---
0930 to 2100 Saturday and the third
Monday through Friday- ; draw Don Duncan straight 7th Bout Alva Fortson, 150: SemlFinalJoe then! 155 Ibs,
1 SundiV'-1230 to 2100. 3 rounds with Edward(AOMB) fought Ibs, Yellow Water outpointed AOMB, outpointed Bill Fetterman,
ATHLETIC: GEAR Available at Gear! Locker, t of Yellow Water. Both O'Connor Herb Nixon, 152 AEM:: 'I 154 11>.11., Yellow Water.
O'Connor
Physical Training Department Bldg. 513. and Duncan are old hands in the 8th Bout -,-- Johnny Foley, 136 I Main Event Ronald Bondy, 131Ibs : 0
nOXISG Smokers held regularly. Anyone in- boxing game. O'Connor Ibs, AF 06, outpointed Don Biggs, ., and Jack Fischer, 148 Ibs,
terestel in participating contact Chief Al Sinibal.u coached. the Yellow Water formerly boxing 138 Ibs, Yellow Water. I Yellow Water fought to a draw

of the PT. Department.l"OO'fn.I.lrIntramurals.. team, and is now in Ship's Company ', ------ _! )
-
Games held on Mondays. \Wednesdaysand at the Gunnery School, while JEEP PATROL By Bob Black

Fridays, 1600, on field bordered by Allegheny! Road Duncan was a former professional .+.... .- .....-

fighter before coming into the O a a w b y
WoISRE. :: : : TO CU-ASHORS Navy, and has since fought around Y ijr.liit- iJ fr rw

40 tights, including a ,
good
J.\CI\-:.()\\'II.J.t: BKUIIIvs-Bu leave at frequent Intervals at Jacksomllle many '
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sain e as Navy). Surf bathing I of them winning some 30 !- : I'xtf
ana: other recreation at one ot world,#fineit ocean beaches! Bus ;
Oubrey l'ic took the fifth bout'f'r

fare CANOEING 25c. rislllNO, AND BOA'IlNG: Cedar River on San NATTCenter, defeating Nick I

Juan Avenue Take Lake Snore BU, three blocks from last stop on Bratto of Yellow Water Bratto :
tanocs-l hour: motor has never fought in a Smoker before -i
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, uUc.; per I giving Pic the I [
advantage. Pic
hour, five to eight people per boatTwinkle
boats2.00
per -- ----- ---- -- --_ .- -- took the (decision on hla .".vn..il.sinouui .,... ..

twinkle, little star, I Chicago (SEA ---Stan Sosonow- I ence I \.' "

A sailor took me in his car. ski was sweeping the floor of a thaw was registered in :r .
What we did, 1 ain't admit tin' I Chicago building when he accidentally the sixth encounter between Red
But, what I'm knittin ain't for I Thorp of Yellow Water and Hel-
Britain. pushed: a floor burglar alarm. I mer Hubbard of NATTC. Thorp .

Two squads of detectives rushed up was a left.hander, causing Hub-

She was a second-hand dealer's to the place, armed with shotguns bard a little trouble, with Hubbards -

da.ughterthat's the reason she "I just made a mistake,"' good advantage right crosses working( to ; O

wouldn allow too much on the explained Stan and he showed them Yellow : C
\vattts lone victor for
.
old da-
enport
how he did It. Again the burglar the evening was Alva Fortson .
\ i P PDtl
D'
PQp ?
alarm sounded and two more who defeated Herb Nixon (A E\I '
JAY AW NEWS 10). Fortson handed Nixon plenty
squads rushed up. Frightened, I
NAVAL AW TECHNICAL of punishment, and the New
... "
.. Stan hulled his broom awayIt I
Jersey lad took all of it, '
IKAININC; CENTEIt thoughhe
landed on a third button and another
'. was down for a short countin *
*
\ NConuiMnddr
Captain II?w"rd H >pkm lr 1
and
squad' a patrol wagon
'. the third round
( .mmHn.linll
crew joined the mob. Stan refused I ti
+ H.ilwrt P. Beelw UaN, I Promising Johnny Foley (AK I
Executive : to make a move for quite a Oti) of Glendale California, won
Editorial Offices for NATTC I
that.
while after
his second in
straight tight as
Section, Rooms 137 and 138, J .
many tries by taking an easy decision
Administration: Building :500-A Miami JltNMli (SEA--Mr. and' over Don Biggs of Yellow.
Tel Ext. 208 Mrs. John S. Smith settled down : Water. Foley had Biggs i on the (

B. W. An.lre.o Ad.i..r, It Com.lr CbC, to married life just like any other : mat on six different occasions,
Editor i newly wedded! couple. Hu I* 81 I only to have the plucky Biggs
Arthur Koutsnnikuli. ale and she is 21: The only thing they I come swinging back in looking'
$,.,.rt. WriterRuhert don't like is the publicity given >
J. Wfhlmii, Sie for more iTZ?
their marriage. At the ceremony, The semi-final of the evening
Al I _
Mad. \>f N f'hiMo ri. l> A A., fund the new Mrs. Smith had kissed. all I paired Joe Bien, the local NATT

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J7 October 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

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5iil Jafej I TOE Takes Opener In Intrumuruls .J



By (111. J. T. Dais Jr. USMC I
,


of lure The a when large savage baitcastlng mouth and explosive bass is at a smash thrill your ;, Marines And AEM (A) Scoreless 1 1TOB ,


that cannot be
de-
adequately got off to a good start in

,..,., scribed in words or on paper. the Intermural League by defeating Ordnanccmcn Win By 13 To 0; )I
There is so much about
Moe Bruch teamed, up with Hlp- fishing TAX Ideal weather presented I
that In Closing Minutes Of Play
chen: on the Atlanta tour and the you can only feel and remember Itself for the opening. t i iI

_
two of them made a deal that netted within your own mind and yet fracas of the league. I
t tI
be unable to put it in The
writing. TOB and TAX fought gallantly
a nifty twenty apiece. Con i ra
trary to our Cptnlon--It was so purpose of these articles is not to between their own 30-yard )lines, : I 1

be construed as a continued story but it was TOB who finally took
that Hlpchen says they came I
easy
in in a blow. Chalk up another but more of an informative nature I the measure of TAX, defeatingthem l

cinch deal for our little boy Moe. for those that would like to knowa I by a score of 13 to 0. TOB li

little about the fundamentals of scored all of their 13 points in the s + t s 4 r 1 1S

Glamor boy Perkins, the mayor fresh-water angling.. last quarter, on two touchdownsand i
?)S: Jcf<< Atlanta Teen Town, hit the
.' In all types of fresh-water sport one point after touchdown conversion I
charming village, and the sales cf
\.. : mid-
fishing there are a few things that The first score came ;
Gillette Blades WE'ntIP a sharptwenty
\ in the period, on a short 10
w4 What It this are of importance in order for you way
percent. thingcalled ,
I ? to fully enjoy the pleasures of yard jaunt by Hammec of TOB y
; Love the middle of the line) ,
seeking out the finny tribes of the through
,\, '. From all the tall tales going waters. A man must first have after the ball had been, placed

: around one would never guess that the proper equipment second there on a beautiful pass from the

p:> Swede Jensen got around the way use that equipment correctly, third TAX 30 yard line. "Buz"' Atwell

he did'l!! Never I let it be said thatSwede .. care for the equipment in made the extra point to make the

missed anything A guy is the score 7 to 0, and it looked as if
fourth
right way, pos r
well for himself when the wculd
doing pretty sess a fair knowledge of fish, that was the way game
he can stand a SP watch and end, only to have Team Captain i
their habits and their environment .
drive up in a big; car when The equipment is varied Freeman of TOB intercept a TAX .TP.

the watch is ended On top of proper desperation pass in the closing "
for the different types of casting.
that, .the gal shows him the sights minutes of the play, and scamper
Different kinds of rods and reels
and drives him from here to thereat 40 yards fcr a touchdown. The
are on Jhe market and innumerable -
his beckon call. What a killer try for extra point failed
lures that to
he is with the Georgia gals iHe are supposed TOB is coached by Chiefs Ha-
catch fish in spite of anything,
and Perkins. ) genbeck and Kemp both ACOMs, P.
fill dealers' shelves, All in all, tm
I The second game of the schedule -
None Massey is trying to impress .
there
though, is a dividing line l.eI -
the boys with his toughness: was played last Monday night
I tween this multi uous selection of .
Detachment
Air
between the Marine
these da 's. All hands are assured tackle.
squad and AEM< A .. Both a
that he could take all comers in
This week let's the subject 4
I gointo fought for four full quarters to a
the "Underwt'ight" class and maybe -
of with artificial
bait-casting
he'llgrow scoreless tie. The better part of
in the far distant future
into the, fE'atht'I'wt'ightbracket. I| plugs; and lures. The proper rod the game was fought around the

for this type of fishing can be midfield stripe, except for the latter -
He's
ninety percent wave
either a solid steel, hollow steel or part of the final period when
and ten percent growl as far ns
split bamboo of from 3'g feet to the Marines threatened to score

meanness' goes, but don't let him ,,6 feet in length. I prefer hollowor Situated on the AEM' A) 25 a __._'_n.._____,_
know he not rough. And he can't
shoot Skeet s either1"!! !" more often called "tubular" short pass connected to Yarbrough, rilL ACTION "A'IEO scenes above depict! parts of two games

steel rods. For casting light lures who drove all the way to the 1-foot played so far in the NATTC Footfall Intramurals Top picture shows

This place is commencing to of from 'a to 1 oz. a light and line before being hit from behind, TAX man going for short gain in game last Friday 0 bottom, Joe Kee I

leek like the mf'n's dept in Mar. springy rod of tubular steel about In four straight downs they failedto of SEM I A1) getting away a junt in their game with the Marines las*

shall Fields with all these new I 5's>, feet in length will do the trick. gain, and AEM took over on Monday.

civilian clothes dashing around For the heavier lures a slightly downs on their one yard stripe: --

Where do they get all those lexytics' stiffer action must be used in order Two plays sent them to their own 4 PM I TOA
: Here is the schedule for the lest oct. 25, Friday--Maiine* ,.s. CTO
that when casting there will 20 and then Joe Kee, AEMiAsstar I )
OConner' has quite a time with !I not be too much strain or pull on threw a pass that was intercepted I of the games this season: Oct. 28, Monday-A EM.i A ) VB

his dog, "Spot." If she, isn' 't getting the rod A rod of 41a to 5 feetis by the Marines. A fumbleby I Oct. 18, FI'iday-XO vs CTO I TOA

into the ring with him, she'slosing about right for these heavier the Marines was recovered bj Oct 21, Monday-TOB vs. TOA I Oct. 30, Wednesday-TAF vs XO

] a snappy three rounder witha lures. The short casting rod was AEMIA( ), and in turn, were forced i Oct, \Vednesday-TAI vs. XO I Nov'. 1, Fridaj-AEMB) vs TAI

striped kitty of our little woodland not made for accuracy in castingand to kick, only to have it blocked by Nov', 6, Wt'dnesday-CTO "s. TOA I Nov 4, Monday-TOB vs Marines

dell Nature Chanel Num- is much more suitable for trol- the Marines who took over on the : Nov fc, Frldav-TAX vs AEMA) ; Nov 27, Wednesday EM i B) vs

ber Five lingers:: and lingers:: and ling jour lure from the stern of AEM 7-yaid line as the game Nov. 11, Monday-AEMIB) vs CTO

lingers and lingers------. a boat Trolling rods can be ended, with the score still 0 to 0 XO I Nov. 29, Friday-TOB vs AEMA

Matzek left a Crow Call at the from 3 to feet in length and There are eight division teams I No13, Wednesday-TOB \s. Dec.(2, )Monday-TAI vs TAF

Shotgun Range and all hands reasonably stiff enough to endure competing in the league: : TOB, TAF
Marines Dec. 4, WednE'sday-AEMt i B) va.
tried it cut All they succeededin the strain given them by the pres- TAX XO CTO, AEMIB( ), AEMA I Nov 15, Friday--TAI vs
TOA
into few sure of the water on the trailinglure ( ), TAF and a team from the Nov. 18, Monday -TOB 15. AEM
calling were a
lange: Dec 6, Friday-AEMA( ) vs XO
and line. The short rod does, Marine Air Detachment Games IA)
buzzards that I
are 81"8)11 hanging
Nov. 20. Wednesday TOA vs XO Dec 9, Monday Marines vs TAF
each ,
however, have a place in actual will be played; Monday
around for to
waiting Massey gh't'up
: TAF CTO Dec 11, Wednesday-AEMiA( ) vs.
vs
with ('achgamf' Nov 22, Friday -
the ship. If hed )left his red casting, and that is along the Wednesday and Friday, CTO
J
shore of lakes and streams slated to get under way at Nov. 25, Monday Marines vs
leather hat maybe the call would brushy ._ __ ____ __ ___ __ ----
have done a bit better when fishing from the lank Along place to n his credit and a first : Coody and his Orchestra oh,
rod this of I
in
Always like to close with a good type cover lighter lures a line of from 6 to i jes tickets are 110.

Of'm. Nothing like a' good poemto would the lure be in continually brush and hanging trees if extreme up- pound test is about right and for i, Now I'm not quoting anyone in
brighten up the dav"s work. The I the heavier lures a line testing
particular but I hear that the XO
care was not employed, So .
only ode that keeps running I IthrollJ"b from 12 to 24 pounds will be satisfactory
my scrambled brain is much for the rod to be used in bait- For all-round fishing with ATTCen I Division Football team is going: to

something! I hear every hour of casting. an 18-pound test line will finish the season undefeated What
plugs
The reel to be used should be of have all
the other teams to to
the day. 'Sound off!" one! two'three' handle most of the fresh water say
one of the quadruple multiple variety that
four! Were out to make fish you'll catch.Baitcasting .
It a millionAren't these and plated to prevent rust. Solution of a problem Since

ever going to get enough guys men Most of these reels are equipped | lures form a really ews Ron Bondy and Jack Fisher always
varied family and to name any particular -
with a level-winding mechanism :
What is it th..y're selling anyway* ree finish their three-round
which will make it easier to windin I one as being the best wouldbe fights in a draw, why not extend

:Breathes there a man with soul so the line during casting. Buy hard to do. They can be segregated their bouts to 5 rounds, Somwnee

dead the best you can afford because if into floaters (top water bound to finish the fight standing
takes real in lures), sinkers (underwater sink- I
That to his wife has said anything punishment up.
never round all Gobs and
Gather
lures and divers (floating you
bait-casting, it is the reel. On ing )
I
a I
"Shaddap'Please ? ? lures that under the water Gals and read the fate of a fellow The Hunting and Fishing club
pass the bandalds, I'm single cast the reel may make hundreds I go Oh. well, even if he is had their first meeting Monday
when reeled in). Get a couple of shipmate I
of revolutions and
it must
bleeding again and I'd like to finish so I in different colors and I I'ou'll a civilian, he still works with us. Committees were selected and
be durable to last out even a moderate each type
this and get it fff have all really need. You Paul Rask of Personnel has decided progressive plans are already being
fishing season. : you ,
to throw away his freedom put into effect
= The line is one thing to which can learn a lot about lures by look- ;
Billings, Mont (SEA) Asked
I goods store this coming Saturdaj' And all it I R. S STRINGER, CSKV, returned -
by police how he obtained the two few fishermen really give enough ing over a sporting ,
shortecclf'sla.Otical
shelf and through tackle catalogs, takes is a little ring plus a I from the National Shoot
brassieres, three girdles, 17 pairs' consideration The best casting I best to learn about I ceremony and the tie ing Matches, which were held at
the
e>f wcmens panties and two pairsof lines are made of either braided but way I chains. The
lure is to use it to will be stronger than Camp Perry, Ohio, with one first
silk stocking, he was wearing silk or nylon. I prefer nylon because any particular I lucky or unlucky lady is Miss Ruth i place Gold Medal to back him up.

when arrested for being drunk, of its stretching characteristic I fish. Ann VMlson Oh, before I forget, He took first place in the 45 caliber -

Leo F Ash explained he took theunmentionables and because it does not soak I Well I guess I had better everyone has been invited to the rapid fire contest and to all

off clothes lines up water like a silk line. For the close for now and next week we'll I Honeymoon.Two : of you who have shot a 45, jetu

-, go into the subject of fly-casting after payday F. C. can see how good Chief Stringer .
I days
I CLOSE CALL i tackle In case any of you guys Halley is always complaining. He I! is to pull a first place out of
don t know what bait-casting is I
: I Ii would like to know why the Navy' the National Shooting Matches

i well wait a while ana well get I II doesn pay us more or why the with so much competition On 15:
around to telling how it is I II
I you bars don't lower the price of (hic) I, September, Chief Stringer went
done So long and fishing if 'I
go to the West Coast Matches held at

,I you want to have a good, clean I whiskey. Tampa, and won two first and one
Have you noticed the bright ,
time! : second place medals, which enlarges -
Ken Mullens' face since :
DAVE. smile en
his collection of medals
A 1 the return cf Betty Bojette* Its ;, considerably So, If't's all join in
really a beaut i I I
1IUGGH> TO DEATH and give Stringer our heartiest
Now that the weather la getting
congratulations
A London lassie died in hersweethearts
:. cold, heavier gear: will be unpacked I
arms after his too- TAS Division had its monthly
: from sea bag a. As long as '
exuberant embrace exerted pres- I IIt's picnic last Saturday, and a good
it's a dungaree jacket or Pea Coat,
time had all. It held
sure on the vulnerable nerve center I was by was
In her neck The coroners In- okay; Flight jackets or Foul. at Kingsley Lake and despite the

vestigation revealed that the weather jackets will be consideredout rain and cool weather there wasa

momentary pressure caused Im- f.f uniform lot of chow, good cold beer, chow

mediate paralysis of the lung and Materiel is soon having another and some more good cold leer ,
beach party; where or when it will for the and ."
heart functions, causing death i Responsible doings
iI I be held is not known as yet This goings on were J, L. PierotU, CS

c a time Ann Piosperino will be thereto KV, D H, Roach, SKV3c and J.
fhk-ago: (SEA-Henry Crouse, enjoy it, too Ann has jiAt returned -
A. Leland, SKVlc Some t>f the
47, was fined $5 for a kiss he stole ,: from a long leave. in Pittsburgh ; braver souls went swimming and

from a woman on a street corner PaThere ,
at this time we won't nay )IOW
here, "I understand" was the are quite a few: dance many have head colds, but regardless -

judges comment as he looked at halls in Jacksonville, but I if you of that fact. Ye Ole TAS DI-

the accuser, Margaret Petty, 34. really want to go to a classy affair vision is ready for another one.

Newark (SEA)-A mother who then take in the Beta Sigma I ". .

preferred a daughter to a son Phi Dnnce, Which is to be held on

dressed her son as a girl from chil- Oct 26th, from 2200 till 0100, at I FOOLED HIM

., ':V' hood, and the boy, Mario DelGardo the Mayflower Hotel Balli O(1m. Wife: "I was fool when I

22, who kept on wearing' girls' There.wlll: be a dancing exhibit: Irn married you."

PHOT ABOVE SHOW' HIIFKB RICIIKKT of NATTC landing clothes, bas been arraigned by the by the Arthur Murray Dancing' Husband: "I guess you were but ,

,w em Chuck Biondo of Yellow Water In their recent fight., Otb"r :- FBI on charge ot failing to register Studio; and.' ahem plenty < fals I was so infatuated at the time X ,' .

J 8, at Yellow: .Water. The, fight:: ended in a draw. for the draft. Music will h* fnrntshrd tv ll'.ln nr, ,.1... it "



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THE JAX NAVY 1OOTKVLL TEAM won their though Cox was a former tailback for Clemson, (Bottom _
home debut last Saturday night 21-0 against the Cherry ) The Lee High School band and drum majorettesas
Point Marine Flyers at Jacksonville\ Stadium, The ever- it was about to come onto the field to entertain the

alert photographer snapped these shots during the heatof crowd during the half (Right) Beach, the powerful Marine
battle and caught (left) Howard Hansen going Fullback meets a stone wall as he tries to penetrate .. *.
through the center of the Cherry Point line despite the the Jax defense. The Jax-Navy eleven tangles ( I
efforts of Russo, 74, who is trying to pull him down, with the Iowa Seahawks Sunday afternoon in their '

(Top center) Cox, the star back of Cherry Point, is first conference game, and they hope to take a large
brought down by two Jax players before he can make step toward the championship
the scrimmage line It was this way all night even

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Archery Club To JuxNavy Downs Cherry Point Flyers

Discuss Plans At ,



Monday personnel MeetingNaval interested in 21 Q In First Home Come Of Samson


joining the newly-organized arch- I _. _
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ery club are asked to be at Building 1-- I Mancos Lallullier, And Thoaup.iOdI

899 Monday evening at 1930. If 1I I Score Touchdowns For Local Eleven
you are interested but cannot at- I NAS Tigers Will Meet St. I By DOUG CKOCKKT, Me
tend, phone 593 and leave your
name for the archery club list. By virtue of two touchdowns in the first quarter and

Plans will be made at this meeting Augustine High TomorrowThe one tally in the third, the Jax-Navy football eleven out-

for the numerous activities in I classed the Cherry Point Marine Flyers by a score of 21-0

part which in the the archery near future.club will Tentative take NAS Tigers, station colored football eleven, will at the Jacksonville Stadium last Saturday night before 1,000

plans are being made for the pro- tangle on foreign soil tomorrow afternoon for the first fans. The fast-breaking running attack of the Jaxmen, plus

pjsed hunting trip. Also, the club'' time this season, when they meet St. Augustine High at the their defensive ability, gave them the advantage over the

is planning to take advantage of' latter's gridiron. ;Marines from the opening kickoff, until the final whistle.The .
the offer which the state of Florida ,
has made to archery clubs After being held to a scoreless tie with Hastings Vocational Marines won the toss and The battle i;
received the opening kick-off on waged between the
throughout the state. The state School two weeks ago the Tigers have added some
their ten "Cox it to lines for
own carrying forty-yard the rest of the'
has opened a 00.0-acre game reserve --- -- -------- new players, strengthening both
for all archers, proving that ing the day Very few archery the line and backfield. The locals the 25. Three running plays were period and most of the half until
stopped by the Jax stalwarts and
archery is coming into its own clubs have such a facility and had a bulky line to meet the Hastings Cherry Point started on their own
Cox to his 45 where
punted own
as one of the state's and nation's Jax is quite fortunate in having gridders, but the one thing the blue-and-gold took over On 15. and with Cox and Beach doing
the indoor range. Not more than noticeable the lack of 'i-
leading pastime sports. was expec the first running play little "\Vahoo" the brunt of the carrying the
Under the direction of the Na- fifty feet from the clubhouse, the ence. This past week, however, I
Pointers reached
Mancos skilled his own right the Jax 45 Cox
Association of archers will have a tract of land
tional Archers Coaches Dutch Korver and Toby
I end for 15 yards and then Howard then completed a long pass to Min-
which the local club is a member, for open field shooting. They have Reid have worked the kinks out I Hansen bucked to the 25. Man- ic and Beach carried to the 20. It
several male tournaments and woods bordering this tract of land, of the colored footballers and have
cos again carried and he was pull- was at this point that Marvin
and will be able to practice both 'i I
meets with other clubs throughout the gridders in excellent condition
ed down on the 13 On the next Harden, a Jacksonville boy and
the country will be.held. If a open range shooting' and close for tomorrow's fracas. I i play. "Wahoo" took the ball on a captain of the blue-and-gold. personally -

team can be formed quick enough range firing.Everyone Still the kingpin in the Tigers' I reverse and went the rest of the : took over the Jax defense.He .
from NAS Jax it will be able to is welcome to join the line-up is Harry Gault. Gault kept way to pay dirt. Harry Knickel- knifed through on the next play
take part in the tourneys and club and no experience is necessary the team running as a smooth bine kicked the extra point to and nailed the ball carrier ten
meets. Free equipment and free Instruction unit last week and is expected to make it 70.Following. I yards behind the line of scrim-
The clubhouse, Bldg 899, will be given to all in the with
new be the sparkplug fray mage. On the next play he threw
the kick-off, the
will be a suitable place for the bow members. Don't foregt the place, St. Augustine. Chadwick and Pointers tried Beach back to the 4to: end the
will Building 899. at 1930 Monday eve- I Cherry a long pass,
and arrow organization. They Gault teamed together to lead threat
but Paul Lallullier came out of no-
have an indoor range for those I ning. Here's your chance to sharpen most of the plays through the line, where to intercept and the Marines For the first five minutes of the
who are interested in shooting at I up your athletic skill and enter while they depended upon Plas- hauled him down on- the 35 The third quarter, the tussle was fair.
night and for those archers who another sports activity into your kett for the passing chores. Plas- Navy eleven was on the march ly even and then Cox faded back to
do not have time to practice dur- program kett connected on six of four-
once more, and after Hansen had throw a long: pass to Minlc. Mime
teen aerial tosses, not quite hittingthe smashed through the 27, Mancos caught the ball on his own forty
.500 mark, but the main rea- lugged the leather to the 18. Aftera and was immediately hit by T. S.
son he did not have too much luck penalty had set them back to Ary. Minic tried to get away from

7/Lc with his tossing was because of the 27 Tuffy Thompson sliced off the Navy end as they were strug-
the weather. Shortly after the sec- tackle and only a desperate tackle gling, the ball popped into the
ond half had begun, it started by the safety man stopped him on hands of ever-alert "Tuffy"
PA 1I raining and it was hard for the the five. Hansen went to the two Thompson. Thompson headed for

big colored lad to grip the slip- and Clarke carried to the one-foot I the right sideline and, aided by a
pery pigskin. The other starterin marker. On a quarterback sneak, 'good blocking, went all the way ,.
the backfield will be White, if Paul LaHullier slipped over for a for the third tally Knickelbineonce
he is able to dress. White suffered score. Kmckelbine converted once more converted to make it

a severe charley horse in practice I more with LaHullier holding three out of three for the night.
this week and is a doubtful' -

starter.For line play honors, the laurels ,: ST. SIMONS RACKS UP SECOND I

should be handed to "Skip"Wallace. I

IJy "Slim" Avery, SI(' help a lot to know that everybody I I The two Tiger mentors I II ii WIN OVER NAS SOFTBALL NINE
U you ever happen to be at I'' on his side in the stands is I have an apt pivot man in this
I him small, but aggressive lineman
figuratively picking up. I ,
Mason Field around 1630, take a Ily HIM KKII So'
I In the Jax Navy team's first Turner and Harrigan will handle
listen to the
look and
give a
grandstand coaches. These are the i game not long ago with the Junior I the guard slots for the game Fri Sparked by Anderson and wiiac| that lone tally until the
who to a practice session Varsity of Annapolis Gene Hinton day. At the tackle position, the Wright, who together garneredfour fifth frame when the Georgians
boys go full When he did mentors will have Cheatham I collected their last marker
or a just to see the mistakes played a game. J Tiger of the five hits by garnered on two
made game and to comment on same. leave the field, you could hear the 1 and Kemper to take over the the St. Simons nine, the St. Simons I singles and a two-base blow.

These are, also, the boys who cheers for him and the rest of the heavy duty section. Flanking the softball team scored their Blackwelder started off for the ;, ..ifP
such better team. It came from the Annapolisteam two tackles will be Watkins and second win of the season ever the locals with a hard drive through.

could always The only play trouble a is, they On one particular play, Burton, who handled the end posts NAS Jax: softball nine, 2-0, at the the box which settled him.'On'flrst. *|f-
game Paul LaHullier was hit across the without too much trouble In their winner's field. Jax dropped a 6-0 He went to second on asacrifice,;
never bother to out for the '
go
shoulders by one man and across at Mason two and advanced to third '
season opener contest to the Georgians on a passedball.
team No, they're too hot for that
the the knees by another. He got the I weeks ago, but this time the locals I Then the cagy recelverfor '
content to sit
They are on
sidelines and let the others get pass off, all right, but he went ARMY ELEVEN: ; AGAININ settled down to work and gave I the Georgians threw Blackwelder ( 1
down fast. It took him a while to I battle until the at the hot sackTJax "
the winners a up lout corner "Ii l ;
their faces bashed while they shoutto NO. 1 SPOT OFAI '
get up. final out.Smith went hitless until the fourth ,
the world how they would have I a
little help for him FOOTBALL TOLL
There
was
hurler for the winners, when Oliver singled to left Center. I
executed the play. from the crowd Rollie Rogers t Army again returned to the pitched three-hit ball throughoutthe Again the Simon backstop dampened .

Member of a fooba/11 team expect : plays center. That's rough In the I top of the football heap this fray, but only faced 21 men. I the locals chances for a mar- .
to work. If they didn't they last few minutes of the game his week, after they had been root- He fanned 10 and walked two in ker when he threw Oliver out as ( t
would quit the tram as BOOM at and his hand had
face cut a I
was
ed out of the number one bracket ringing up his seventh win of the the scrappy shortstop tried to
the real work started nut
they tired.
big gash. He was Probablythe I for the first time in two years season. The last time that Smith 'steal second. The last hit for the
are playern. They put In about who it
only people appreciated last week bit the Texas Longhorns faced the locals, he fanned eight, locals came from Crews' bat in the
two and a half bourn of their own the Jacksonville men i
were
The Cadets' prestige increased walked one, and allowed only two fifth frame. Crews singled to deep
time every tUy practicing, just' to "Wahoo" Mancos weighs 155:
swatters. left and tried to stretch it to
I by Texas' slim squeese hits in facing 21 a
play two hours a week in a foot- pounds and he was blocking men
ball game. They don't mind hav- big enough to be pulling wagons. I by Oklahoma last Saturday, and Crews started on the mound for double, but a strike-like toss i
the Jaxmen and hurled fine ball caught the Jax: pitcher as he slid
I the country's leading sportswriters
ing people watch them practiceany Every time he put one of them on
I Cadets the the inning encounter into the keystone bat
more than they mind having. the ground, he was greeted with rated the a' throughout seven
people watch them play. nut masses of silence I leading pigskin eleven in the He gave up five hits, The locals meet the Miami Fli

they're no Hide show attraction. I Thin, coukl probably go on and I Associated Press' weekly poll. walked two, and sent eight back ers this afternoon at the power
They're not out to he ridiculed. on. It shouldn't be necessary' With Army and Texas as the to the bench via the strike-out house diamond at 1600 possiblythe

A complete football team consists though. We should all be able to ,, one-two teams in the week's, national route. Crews also picked off a sin- last time that the fans will
of 11 players. It takes every see w hat our team needs more than rating, the rest of the gle to share hitting honors for the get to see them in action. The

one of these players, their coaches anything rise A little spirit can leading elevens are (S) Notre local Jaxmen were to play,Banana River -
S) Oklahoma Jax held the winners in the initial a home-and-home series last
and their substitutes to playa make a ball club. U'hen the Jax Dame, (k) Michigan, (
game. Now they can go out and I Navy men play here this coining. (6), UCLA, (7), Northwestern frame, but in the second stanza week, but the schedule was revised -
: beat their brains to bits hitting Sunday it sure would help to (8) Pennsylvania, (91 the Sunon outfit batted acrossa because of the adverse
another team, but every time one hear some noise from the crowd, a I Columbia, (10) Georgia, (ill run on a 'double and a base weather conditions and the seri
,of them hits the ground it would lot of It. Alabama, and (tt) Ttnnesw knock to right, The locals held the has been cancelled.

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