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.. Vol..44-NNo. 35 7 November 1946


Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command .


U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

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CAPTAIN HANCOC2& VISITS NAS
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i Marines Observe 111 1 iiiiii; Red Feather '46


171st BirthdayOn t1 lit ic I Campaign Is Now


10 NovemberTRADITIONAL Underway At FJAS

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READING CAPTAIN ASKIN HEADS

OF THE PROCLAMATIONIS CHEST DRIVE; CAPTAIN

SCHEDULED SUNDAY ALBERT NAS CHAIRMAN
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Sunday, the United States Naval activities in tbll

Marine Corps celebrates its 1'I I Jacksonville area opened their
., 171st birthday, the first since annual campaign for contributions *-
demobilization brought the >M 4j to the Community

service down to its peacetime Chest this week with Captain
strength. Now 100,000 strong i 1;. M. Askin as chairman. ThE
and with a long record of ,, ....)i4 Navy effort, coinciding with

achievement behind, the Ma- S i the Jacksonville-Duval Coun

rines are on the threshold of t .9 : ty over-all drive, will lose on

still another year of service, i 'T r I) ,Jt.j.".."'
ready to bear responsibilities. C, v While the local campaign goal
has been set at $359,000 for 19 U
of victory with the same devotion -
needs of the 22 Red Feather services -
that has marked the no quota has been assignedthe
performance of their duty in : r-, Navy. However, It was under-
peace and war since the Rev; \ stood that campaign officials are
olution.At J hoping to raise at least $5,00<
Last the final Navy total was
year
NAS, as well as at stations
This year's reduced goal
and ships throughout the world, $7,688.58.
Is in line with reduced complements
the Marines will Join In commemoration "
caused by reduction in fore
of this historic anniversaryas ,. and demobilization.
they have since 1921 by; listen ;
Captain Francis Lee Albert, sen-
ing to the traditional proclamationread
ior has been
by their Commanding Officer chaplain appointedto <
a proclamation to which World NAS UA\K.S ('UUn J) around Captain Joy 13 Hancock: Director of the Women's Reserve, follow- head the campaign at Main-
War II added the folloing chapter: ing her talk last Wednesday The nation's current No 1 WAVE spoke informally passing on to the side! Chaplain E. W. Andrews is in
"That reputation was carried on girls: the latest information as to the future stat us of the Women's Reserve. A group of WAVES charge of the NATTC drive, while
by Marines on land, sea and in the who had met Captain Hancock hi the Islands presented her with a lei of roses. Later she was feted Lt. Comdr. S. G. Cummingham is I
air la World War II. The nation's with a gala picnic supper outdoors. serving as head of the Naval I
Hospital effort. Solicitation of I
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determination and courage was --- ---
lifted in those first dark hours of '; NAATC personnel will be under
the treacherous Japanese attack I i Two Air Station CAPTAIN RHODES Station Will Take the direction of Lt. C. C. West.

by Wake the Island.valiant Marine Members defense of the of I' Activities Get New : RETIRES AFTER 33 Holiday Monday To will The be station's contacted civilian by committees employees In
their
respective departments un-
Corps also fought during the stub
born defense of the Philippines.Later Department HeadsTwo YEARS OF SERVICE : Observe ArmisticeBusy der the guidance of M. C. Jackson.
it was Marines who were Lt. Comdr. L. P. Pratt has been
called on to make our first offensive more departments at NAS Captain Braxton Rhodes Assembly with reconversion arising named to direct the drive among
from World War II, the nation downtown naval activities, and
move of the war in the never- welcomed new officers-In-charge and Repair Officer here
to-be-forgotten battle for Guadal during the past week. Comdr. W. since June of this year, left this will pause in its work :Monday to Miss Dorothy J. Chance will conduct -
canal. And until the Japanese surrender Sinkler, II, took over the reinsat week for Pensacola, Fla., after commemorate the cessation of the drive at Seventh Naval 1
some three years later, the the Yard Office while Comdr.C. being placed on the inactive duty hostilities of World War I in District Headquarters here.It <
heroism of Marines who fought B. Cottingham became Inspec- list. His retirement will become .1918. is intended that every person
and died throughout the fighting tion Officer. effective on 1 January 1947. I Joining the rest of the countryin attached to NAS, service and civilian
to keep eternally bright their The new Yard Officer succeedsLt. The new A & R Officer will be this observance, NAS will mark will have the opportunity to
watchword of 'Semper Fidelis/ Glen W. Harvey who has been \ I the occasion as a holiday for mil contribute to the chest fund be-
brought forth the full and open serving as acting Yard Officer itary and civilian personnel. Only fore the wind-up of the campaign.
realization of all Americans that since Lt. Comdr. Percy Bond was duty sections will be required to Although contributions are entirely -
the Marine Corps is indeed the fin- ordered to the Naval Hospital He remain aboard. With the holiday voluntary the following scale
est fighting organization in the was the exectuive officer at NAS r a falling on Monday, it means an- has been suggested as a minimum
world." Los Alemedas, Calif., before com other long week-end for the sta- I in keeping with the ability of personnel -
Ever since its beginning at Tun ing to Jacksonville as officer-in- tion's thousands of civilian em I to give.Commanders .
Tavern In Philadelphia. The Corps charge at NAAS Jax Municipal. ployees. I and above. .5.00
has held the distinction of living Lt. Harvey will be assistant Yard Here at NAS, no special cere- All other commissioned wfll
up to( its motto, "Semper Fidelis," (Continue! on Page 2) 1 (Continued on 1'a-ge 8))
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MARINES GET NEW C. O.
I NO. 1 MAN MAKES: NO. 1 CONTRIBUTION: ---''',,"on ow.__= I

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Captain J, E. Dodson who will
report to NAS from Washingtonwhere !
f# he is now engaged in pre-
h J paring reports following his assignment
at the "Operation Cross
: road atomic bomb experiments.
/ Captain Rhodes served 33 yearsin
ft the Navy and was not a newcomer i
; to NAS when he reported ,
aboard last June. He had headed
this vast Assembly and Repair activity I.
once before, from May,
,. 1911, to August. 1913. Prior to
returning to the Air Station, he
served as Aircraft Material Officer
on the staff of the Commander 1
Fleet Air Wing, Seattle, Wash. t1nI ,
lIe was commissioned in the
f Navy during World War I, servo
r ing as officer in charge of the Mechanical
School in Detroit Mich.,
at the Killingholme, England, :: 4i
NAS, and as A & R officer at St.

Trojan, France. lIe received flight ___... ,, -.__ __ U.WH. ............'...",...,,,"" "',...,'-..-
training at Pensacola in 1921, and "SHE'S ALL YOUKN.: These were the parting words of Lt. Col
I> then reported to the Atlantic Alexander A. Vandegrift, Jr.. right, as he turned over his duties
_'\U : .,, :..., 3: \ ''- Ship-Plane Division for experi- as Commanding Officer of the Marine Darracks to Lt. Col. ThomasC.
OFFICIALLY LAUNCHING THE NAVY'S participation In theJ ments on the Navy's first aircraft Moore, Jr. Lt. Col. Vandegrift son of Marine Corps Commandant
Jacksonville Community Chest appeal, Rear Admiral Ralph E. Day carrier, the USS Langley. Sub- General A A. Vandegrift, Is being transferred to the Philadelphia '
ison, Commandant of the Seventh Naval District and Chief of Naval sequent duties included commander Navy Yard where he will be attached to the Marine detachment.
Air Advanced Training, turns over his contribution to Captain H. of Training Squadron 1 at Lt. Col. Moore reported to NAS from the 2nd Marine Dilvision afc )
M. Askin, left over-all chairman of the local Navy effort. While no Pensacola, Flight Deck Control Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.. lie served four years with the 3rd
quota has been assigned local naval activities, it Is hoped that the Division Officer aboard the Lex- Defense Battalion, was at Pearl Harbor Guadalcanal, and saw duty;
Navy will make the same fine showing as it has! in past years. (Continued on Page 3) throughout the Pacific area.. I Ir



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ttl; OFFICIAL HOt'SEWARMUsG at the CPO Club's new headquarters was able to determine whether its the atmosphere or the beer which is responsible >for
an event which; will long be remembered by members and gueets. X record crowd the bar's popularity. Lower left, Chief H. L. Harris lines up a difficult shot on one
of the club's pool tables while Chief A..Papich, Jr, looks on, cue stick): )In hand. Lower
jammed the clubhouse for the big affair, sampling for the first time the facilities
right, this photo of the main dining salon ia an indication of the huge throngs which "
offered in the spacious, well-equipped building. Upper left, chiefs and ;Marine master turned out for the housewarming Center, Club officials gather 'round[ as President ,.
sergeants, with their wives. and lady friends, dance to the smooth rhythm of W. F Merrick addresses the guests. In addition to Meriick' they are, left to right, '"
}Marvin. Scott and his orchestra. Upper right, a 60-foot mahogany bar is a feature Vice-President Red Owens, board member P. C. Wonstetler Secretary A, D. BanterJing -
of the new clubhouse, and already it is !a popular gathering place. We haven't been and board members J Barland, G H Poore, O Keller, and J. Nelen.::
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in celebrating the defeat of the fy all that is highest in military I' 1776, under command of Commodore
Station Will Central Powers by the Allies 28 MarinesContinued efficiency and soldierly virtue. Esek Hopkins, provided the

years ago. Since their separationfrom On November 10, 1775, a Corpsof -
occasion for the) first mission pI"
Continued from Page 1. service, ex-G,', by the thou- ( from rage 1)) Marines was created by a rtso-
monies have been scheduled The sands have become members of the United States Marines, a fchip- ?,
always faithful, whether it be dur- ultion of the Continental Congress
Air Station Band will] be lunch- existing veterans' organizations ing the war making the In memory of them it Is fitting to-shore operation against the
eon guests of the Disabled Am- and' will be marching shoulder to pr peace. that we commemorate the birth- British at New Prpvfdence Jn the
pn i Veterans, 16 East Duval shoulder with their buddies of In every battle and skirmish since day of the Corps by calling to mind Bahamas.
World War I this the birth of the Corp, Marines! have
.Monday. I the glories of its long. and illustrious Even as in other wars, the tory
This first po&t-demobihzation 4 acquitted themselves with the history.The .
of the Marines in World War II
Armistice Day will find many veterans Old Lady: "Excuse! my asking, I greatest admiration, winning pew nation's first fleet and expeditionary has been one of courageous action,
: of World War It joining but do those tattoos wash off?" honors on each occasion until the force, which put to sea with numerous of blood reed
pages
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with vets of the first World War Old Salt: "I can't say, lady" term "Marine" has tome to signi from Philadelphia) on February 11, glory streaked across their record
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Guadalcanal, Iwo, Tarawa, there
are just a few of the names that .. ,,'.
I 171 YEARS OF FAITHFUL SERVICE I If attest to action by the Marines ? .

during the war :>ears. Many of the
glorious pages pf their history have
f 4 Y fix' not been written jet, and pthef
i (iXIGAH VR < Fp. stories of courage will no doubt {,e

written in future years.

From the fighting tops pf the .. .
Bon Homme Richard to the PCLUpation ...
of Japan, Marines have
firmly established their reputationas
fighting men. Puring the two
\ great world !struggles our nation
rri'; has fought in this century, men ui
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y ar .. 4:' the Corps played prominent roles. ."
"k s r ? In World War I, enemy and allies
'. ty alike were moved to open admiration !- .
3 "" : for the fighting ability of
Marines at Chateau Thierry, Be-
leau Wood, Soissons, Sant Mi i Mel,
and the Argonne.

They weie at l'earl Harbor when
r t {; the sneak. .ttack plunged this l nation
C into the worst holocaust pf all
ewoal.v time. Four hundred Marines fought
off the laps on Wake Island uflUl' \
I ; : there were only 100 left to sur. ?.
j render when the battle became
wAu cl hopeless. At Guadalcanal the Marines
beat the Japs on their t>wn
5if ground and at their own game.
S Yea, the list is long and honorable.BougaJm .
('Se '!ille, the Marshall Islands,

Soipan, Tinian, Guam, Okinawa,
Ir and Japan. Marines were slap in
the Normandy operations in the r
5* European theatre, manning bat- .... 04.
teriea aboard U. S. capital ships

t ; / q' ; :: of: So the long invasion as eternal fleet. spirit! continues -

if r 'i : found equal to flourish to every, Marines emergency will bt in

the future, as they have in the
past, and the men of the nation,

,. e ,3Y AY.i -n nroA will regard the Marines as successors -,
i' to the long tine of famous men**
whp have served as "Soldiers of
r. the Sea," since the founding of the f

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By J, F. NELEN< ACMM I

Our big affair got underwa
without a hitch last Tuesday ev. .

ning. The club was actually bull i

Ing at the aeams. There were i 1 \
around 450 people there, by tar
the largest crowd which ever attended i

one of our little g t-to- I
gethers. Merriment was at ita

peak, and twice during the cours
of the evening we had to send out I MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
and bring in more tables an.

chairs. It was just the type o t THURSDAY

crowd We would like to see attending I, "TERROR TRAIL" starring Charles Starrett Shows at 1730( and
our weekly dances and our
C"i weekly bingo's. The main dinin), 2000. FRIDAY

? salon, topside, was jammed to the> "MYSTERIOUS MR. VALENTINE," featuring William Henry,
hilt and the bar was likewise full .
2400.SA1UKDAY
Shown at 1730 and
C"I Around our spacious dance floo AND SUNDAY

the chairs were occupied by happ; "DARK MIRROR," starring Olivia DeHavtlland. Shows at 1430,
who for the tits
carefree people ,
I 1730, and 2000.
time, were enjoying the luxur;,
and comforts of the new C. P. O. JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
Club. A vote of thanks to th<'!

I heads of the departments wh THURSDAY AND t'KllAY"SUN

I I made our swap possible. VALLEY SERENADE," starring Sonja Henie. Show at

\, Marvin Scott and. his orchestra 2000 only.

featuring Miss Kay Reed, did i a SATURDAY
marvelous job in providing the "HOME IN OKLAHOMA" with Roy Rogers. Show at 2000 only
music for the dance. SUNDAY

-'II\' ..., We were given to understand "MYSTERIOUS MR. VALENTINE starring William Henry

CAPTAIN FRANCIS LEE ALBERT: senior chaplain and chairman that Chief Hoffmart had a wee bit Show at 2000 only.
of the Community Chest Campaign at NAS, left, prepares to of tough luck while playing: th< MONDAY AND TU":! UA V"DARKMIRROR
. I receive the contribution of Captain Anthony R. Brady, Commanding: one-armed machine Tuesday eve ," featuring Olivia Deliavitland Show at 2000

Officer. It must be & worthy cause, as Captain Brady seems to be ning. It Deems that Hoftie had only. .

wearing; an awfully broad smile for a man who is just about to part Invested quite a bit of change in

J with. some of that green stuff. the twenty-five cent machine and. I OTHER EVENTS
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; formal. Multiply that bj then ran out of quarters. In the
fifty floating or more and you'll have a process of getting a bill changed, i BINGO 1'AHTY-Every Wednesday at :2000 at The Anchorage.
he had to leave the machine foi ATHLKTIC OEAIt Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
Hospital of the Red Cross "Star I
picture 1 and 1300-18.50: daily, and at Gear Room, topside .
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dust D nce." It's to be Tuesday I a few moments. Along comes an Mustln Road. 1000-1130
night at 2000 In the auditorium other chief who decided to Invest' Bldg 16, 0800.1700 on work days.

music by the Matnsid Band a single quarter. In the machine MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Hear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2404

Chatter 1 went the quarter and out came the daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
jackpot. A very nice investment,, BOWLING-Six alleys located in Matnside Recreation BuildingNo.
Yo Ho hearties! Pieces of
me
, ( chief. The moral is Hoffle, the from 1630-2130 Monday through Fridays; 1700-
., My JIM MOVERS'p eight and stuff! It's a Treasure 3. Alleys open
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next time you want some change,, and Sundays.
2100 Saturdays
have been pretty }liver Hunt tonight, starting place at the
Things I tuck the machine under your arm BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
Rec Hall. There'll be loU of little I
round here the last few days. The and amble to the to Mainside' Mat after
All-Staff dance and barbecue held "Jacksonville Treasures" out to i iI bar Just and get quietly it. over Comdr. A J. Rublno, extension 5 93; or report

last Friday night was a gala help the fun along. We hear that i iI 1500.
event. Everyone seemed to havea I Amelia Island, twenty miles or BO The Marine Corps was well represented MAINSIDE I.oUNGF.-Formerly the Reception Center, located in

good time and the get4o... I north of here, was at one! Jim a I at our little shindig : the South wing of Building No. 955, Is open to NAS personnel and
gather brought out a lot of face. popular rendezvous with Cap'n There were first sergeants galore their guests from 1000 to 2200 dally. Available for wedding receptions

w\ hadn't noticed around before Kldd and those jokers. B<) who I In attendance, accompanied by by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
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,' First All-Staff dance we've had knows but they wandered this far their respective sinuses. Glad to nograph available for use of all hand

in a l long time. to bury some of their gold. I see you fellows taking an interestin UnRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside i Recreation Build

. the club. You know it's for : ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Fridays Saturday
your benefit as well as the chiefs.
And then that Red Crow Hal Who's this fellow\ we see dashing Let's see more of next Saturday from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
you
lowe'en costume party last Thursday up and down the passageways i night. I SNV1MM1NU Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming
S night wasn't exactly a failure of the Ad Building each day: like 1800-2100 dally Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.

.. either! Man, we thought a a race horse or sumpln Yep he I Here is a bit of good news for Sunday from 1200 to 2100. .
mothers who can't attend sunset daily. Saturday and Sunday
you outregular
from 1000 to
hunch of Texas women had invaded works Personnel.. Handles staff GOI.-Cuur8e open
the hospital when those blue problems one day, court martlals weekly dance or bingo from 0900-1700.( Oolf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing!

jeans hit the scene.Dutch the next, and civilian employeesthe I The board of governors has apPointed trunks prohibited on Golf Course '
a chief to contact the dally to enlisted personnel (with liberty 5cards
ANCIIJtAo"open
next. This work ae..>nto begetting
Senior Chaplain in regard to ac- and uniform the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
Scheible, our Yankee our friend, Mr. Taliaferro\ quiring the facilities of the Chapel I

.. friend from "up Nawth" Is getting down Nursery for these two nights. It Field.TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train

along okay now after tryingto is only an idea, but we are in 726 and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
Jacksonville BuildingNo. ,
do a fancy swan dive off a Our thanks go to all the hopes' that it will work out favorably I ing .
Schools which haves Yorktown Roads)
moving truck and come up un High It will give you mothersa
scathed. Needless to say It turnout kindly invited patients to their chance to get out and enjoy --- -' ---- '

ed a complete failure! But football games each Friday night. :
yourselves as well as the head of RhodesContinued
Dutch U in good spirits. (Reserve, For football fans there Is no soundas the house Captain CommercialBulletin

ya know!) beautiful as that of a cleated I
1)
S. shoe booting the old pigskin We wish to extend a vote of ( from Page

Will those to say nothing of those lovely majorettes thanks and a very well done to ington and a utility plan squad
It's happened again two of the club's baled at San Diego, Calif
youngest members ron !
who 1k'tweelthe until
parade Bulletin will be acawpled
learn the
Red Cross gala never al
Chief Ashton and Keller.Tuesday's overhaul officer
the
halves. I He was later
ha. been flllod but n.)
difference between salt and sugar apace
and San Diego,
dance would not have both Pensacola
Ext. 830.
start to make ice than 1000 Tuesday
.' when they gone along so smoothly withoutthe and officer in charge of Batty
".. cream ? Even in Tennessee they alertness Unit Ir FOR SALE
of these two very I Force, Aviation Repair
should be smarter than that! Red Feather .
competent members. This danceis the Pacific Fleet. One cumplet matched sot ot golf oluba.Kit.
: 1211'.
(('onllnUIl- from Page 1)) one of the smaller contributionsof After his detachment from his Brow ru.t with fur collar, 100%, wool.
Hearing Casilda and Eatelle\ I "0. .201 Tlmu-\
their talents.It of at NAS Jax Ills It. never Worn
real warrant ofncers . . 2.50: first tour duty ,,' R4.
Craig last week on A-7 was a ana
Chief petty officers . 1.00 shoudln't be long now before Captain Rhodes was commanding Riidio-phonoitraph., ed IblllaUuR, table
treat. The two wen just finishingan All other enlisted personnel: .50: we start serving meals like we officer of Acorn 15: at Port Hue model, with/ over 10* ror.l, plus Hootric -

.. Camellia appearance Room but at the took Roosevelt time out The Community Chest combines used to get in the old club. A galley I neme, Calif., later going to the NAS.' haver. $105. 1131A Randolph St.,

w 22 appeals into one saving money has been just about set UI). A & R Department at NAS, Pearl Electric fan. 1UJA Alltffchany Rd., NAS.'
to appear here and give a line and manpower by making possible and Chief Allstatt is at the wheel. Harbor. He returned stateside and Roll-Away .b.d with ....1.I.rln.\ .., plus
performance I two hook. eain>*. I'hon Z-73.IH.
55 a single united appeal for We are also planning to serve suppers took over his duties here again B,<,.'. bicycle, III. U4UA. lUnewk. St.,
the entire year Less than 10 per in the near future. A lot of at NAS Jw earlier this year. NA1C.
Chief Harrison and Tommy cent of the money raised\ in the you brown baggers can give the I Pending the arrival of Captain HID Pontind four-door sedan, will ....1UD-

Murphy must be the best of campaign will be used for operating little woman a break when this Dodnon. Comdr. Chester'! A. Briggs ,1-r ParknnoK.tPA evllin. Call* sot prlc. 292 4DIOH said 1830.Uowey

'. friends. Seems as if Tom is will administrative and campaign comes to pass. It won't be very I Is serving as acting A & R Officer. HIT PimtUe eo..pe, with fug llfthta, rod
ing and ready to do anything Harrison driving liOlhu, wry irood condition. W.
expenses.: Included in this one appeal expensive. K. HjwellMr... B. U. 4.. est U l or
asks of him. Those two worthwhile _________
such
are agencies All of you chiefs who are not "a.IU1
would d) anything for each other as the Boy and Girl Scouts members and would like to join I Judge: "Are you sure this man 'font, four-door Minn, with radio.New .
The Navy should have morefriendships motor and tlrm. nit R"I..UIt./! ..
like that Salvation Army, YWCA Travel our} organization, just drop in at was drunk ? Berin"., bodromn chair; ,
S'S I ers' Aid Society, and the Visiting the bar any time the club id open.pn'Sl'nt Officer "Well sir, he was carrying pliin other hiMinchoiJ furnitur R. U.
Nurse Association. Local agen- your five dollars, and a manhole cover and said he Martin. HUB Barr St., lewsp Park.Ktrhcni .
Someone the word along \ ; >tt set, practically new, |H5. 1We
pass cies as Hope Haven: Sunshine Day presto} You're in. was going home to play it on his any time" at 4014k: bossy Park An net
and let us know just why one I' Nursery, St. Luke's and Brewster Victrola." or phone ..t. SMI.
certain chief and one FhMlc in Hospital: and Old Folks Home 1044 Packard conv"rtibl* couint, ."",.I-
the Master-At-Arms office seem I skidded lent condition. On display at 120 'In
I also share in the Community Two AirContinued The around the front of tthip'i sorties, Mal"oi.ie, > Nov.I9H6 .
? The
to like fishing so much two
'\ Chest.It .
corner knocked down a lamp post, Hoick mnvertlblo, $5115. Moist< M twitt
are always planning some big <> be "I.r..l.t..t. Lt. 1). A. Andpraon
should, be remembered that ( from Page 1) smacked three earn, ran into a
trip, and they love nothing better Uldf., 930, *Kt. 9230.: !
than hauling some hapless although a portion of the funds 3fncer under Comdr. Sinkler. stone wall and stopped A girl FOR KENT

sucker into the office to boast of"the raised will be retained 11this Comdr. Cottlngham replaced Lt. 'climbed out of the wreck. "Darl l IVnibU toner for working' eo.q.le l or .on.tlmin. .
one that got away" But it's community and used for local Zomdr John C, Allman who will ing," she exclaimed "that's what It 19 EditewoiHl A...., phone tPiirnUhwl .

rather odd their wives trust themon agencies service personnel on u rve as assistant Inspection Oficer. 1 call a kiss!" earl.) kith
hcdrount with of without
_
thes trips all the time duty in other communities will be The new O-in-C of the In- I ell i>rlvlli>ii..a. iHtd\ J..in It.! sail, t<
supporting the campaign! their ipvction Department was attach- Father: Young man, do you 041 after 1700.
Therefore, no matter where the d Ins .....,hl. l.....Mnj[ ru..". soot )J AS.
jd to the officer section ugh-
think support
Football is really in the air, ( flying you can my Phon.. 2-1TTI.
and you can tell It around the individual contributor's home for the DCNO (Air) in the per- ter on forty dollars a week?" Three room furnished apartment, *?ailal..l.
:. Corpsmen's quarters. Lower South town Is located, it will benefit from ..noel division\ of the Navy De- Sailor! 'I'm willing to try sir, 10 re,,..., Dan na wen from 1769 to 100

really fields the pans and touch hand the /wholehearted support of all lartment in Washington beforeeporting If that is the best you can, do.. Rntrnum drd4188. In private San Juan home,Av fur.. aouplo 180SIt.

teams with the Lower South to NAS. \\:011"11" .. phone 1I-S751.
Bugaboos downing the Lower J ? In conjunction with the arri Mother: Katie, get off that Sail LOST

South Rlnkydinks every time the Iliail MASM Foil MAItl, ,.4 valor the new Inspection[ Officer, or's lap. Whiles hlnl due, tan aumh-r 11994, its
two teams clash The Bugs The High Muni on SumUy at he department moved Its oftloes Katie: No, mother, I was here reward. (lont ot J. A., Pilllierry, tet.side
sit. 5J72.WILL
have the best talent of the entire ODtH will I* Mid for all Marine" rom Bid*. 930 to the A &: R Buildng first. B''i. 00. TKADKtw

deal, and they show It. who ina-ilri/ the Mii( rpnirt !HIMTIfif 101-L.
..... ...... hum. M"hll for two
.11' In
S. during thins war. '1'hlft. Mach 1 J i First Girl: 'Is it all right to go .. .
hwlroim. h..... or apartment In J .11.
.J Brush that Stardust out of your will bff Nd! by tihApUin Haul Small Stores--A plliC'that U walking with a Sailor in the woodson .<,n ill.. Phoa I.IIHK.tf .
eyes! No leave it just long HmuJIny won formerly. mTvtM always closed for Inventory When Saturday morning?" ia Qumiaet Pmnt, Rhnda. Taland
with the 2Hir Marine lwJima. nm'vo got to some Second Ditto: 'Yes if for duty at N Alt JackaonvillA OoniartM.
enough for a dreamy, gleamy on money buy you keep A. Hoilnna ACMM. Neat "U", MASS
dance with a lovely girl 1 in a hing. walkings- Quonset; Point: Rhode hland.pag. I



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1 lVf\U1iWb# Christmas Is Coming IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeyes .. y <


Here, in the land of sunshine and flow-

Editorial Office ers, it is easy to forget-but Christmas is
South Wing, Lower Deck, Bid;. 930 just around the corner. Santa Claus has sentan PRODUCTION

Telephone Extension 854 early dispatch asking the cooperation o f
Arthur M. Greene, Editor all hands. eovo

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the Last 500 didn't
year some presents ar- EPCPLk1y '
U. Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida
S. at no
rive in time because of the Christmas
expense to the government and in compliance with rush
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 May 1945. Copiesare Santa just can't get thousands of the right soJIp !
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air presents ready the last minute.So .

Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, every Dad on the station who hasa
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train-
Ing Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval Lad or Lassie under 15 years of age ex
District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, pecting to attend the big Christmas Party
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval being planned for the afternoon of Decem-

Hospital. ber 24th, is asked to fill in the form below RlooR
Rear Admiral Ralph E. DaTlaon,
Commandant, Seventh Naval District and bring the requested information in tc lt;
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training Chaplain F. L. Albert, General Chairman of

Captain Anthony R. Brady, t'SN. Commanding -the Christmas Committee, at the Chapel or .
Jacksonvlll Naval Air Station
mail it to Box 6, NAS, promptly. Santa does _
Captain Naval Howard Air Technical V. Hopkins raining USN, Center Commanding not wish to forget a single child. RE rom ,

Captain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding
U. S. Naval Hospital

Captain F. W. PrlriUnan, USNR, Commanding Name of Child ,.
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit (i MOat

IX Col. Alexander A. Vandegrift. Jr., USMC. Commanding Pt kUSNY /()
Marine Barracks Age SexFather's

Cc>mdr. Jules F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding
Naval- Air Gunnery RangeLt.
Name .v. .',
William H. Loon 1, Jr., USN, Commanding
Natal Auxiliary Air Station Cecil field
"Ja that report held
nay.'prouuctuon up oeeause of a shortage
"""to Alexander: M. Hearn, USMO Rate ___ Div.. of parts' then list a few Items they DON'T stock In Supplj.
Marina Aviation Detachment

The> .JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship'a Editorial Association ma -- -- -- --
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without BOOK SHELF
permission of bEA: Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any \ I I
other matter, except by service publication, U prohibited .
without permluion of Editor, .JAX AIR NEWS. Bupun
p Historic fact overshadows fic-
spoy > tion in EAGLES FLY WEST, a
Commendation CriticismLast TNews arxlVieuus r rnmStahonThis J tale of New .York City and Cali-
I fornia in the 1810's and 1850's. A
II I By {skipper Edge !spS)2o) young newspaperman joins the

week, in Station Memorandum No. Greetings, gala! Hyah; ah is with group of volunteers bound for Cal-
37-46, Captain Brady commended the naval j the latest dope? ? ? ? ifornia, has an adventurous trip,
and arrives In
personnel of NAS Jax for the marked improvement article concerns the difference be- Captain Joy Bright Hancock the fighting between time to U.take S.part troops in

in their military appearance and tween a tree and a brush, pile. A brush pileis gave us the word about the and the Californians. Then followsthe

conduct in recent weeks. a heap of leaves, bark, twigs, and branches. WAVES staying In, and what discovery of gold and California's i ....

Pointing out that there were still some So also is a tree, someone may say, but Washington is thinking. Now all struggle for statehood. d \ ."
LORD
aboard who violate the Navy's traditional such a person would be wrong. A tree is we have the thing to do we Is want.pray It's Congressdoes about fifth in Forester's HORNBLOWER series of novels is the

high standards, the Commanding Officer made up of leaves, bark, twigs, and branches -, as definite as anything is until dealing with the life and adven-
nevertheless stated that the "willing and plus something additional. That some- that last word comes out. That's tures of that British naval officer
cheerful co-operation of all officers and pet- thing additional is what makes the differ- the truth, so help me. Captain In the Napoleonic wars. There isplenty
ty officers has achieved commendable and ence namely life and A tree is Hancock was quite surprised when of excitement in this new
; purpose. a the girls who had been In the storya sea batUe, the suppression -
apparent results. WELL DONE." brush pile with life and purpose. There is no I Islands on- her visits therepre- of a meeting, the capture of .

As a result of this improvement, the Sat- difference in the materialsbark, leaves, sented her with a beautiful Lei from Le Havre, and a narrow escape r
urday morning indoctrination periods were branchesbut there is a considerable difference as she finished her speech. Pictures death.
were taken and then off we For a different type of sea
in the result.
cancel d. went to the WAVES picnic for a story, read MISTER ROBERTS by
But there was one sour note in all this. Therein is a parable of our life. Human wonderful dinner. Good? It was Thomas Heggen. The story takes .

On the following afternoon, the PlanoftheDay life can be, and is for very many people, delicious-Congrats to you cooks! place on a cargo ship which went -..
the rounds from island to island in ,-
We hear Ida Free has a new
revealed that a few enlisted personnelwere just a series of disconnected events: goingon nickname the Pacific. The dull life the men
'Money Bags. Maybe
abusing the privilege of wearing civil- from one day to the next, eating, sleep- with all her spare time taken up lead is enlivened by their common
ian clothes. The Executive Officer, it seem- ing, working, playing, but, like the brush working could have something to hatred for the captain and their
ed, had spotted on several different occasions pile, that is all. On the other hand, human do with It. These people who love adoration for the cargo officer,

men wearing civvies who obviouslywere life can be like a tree. It can consist of the to barracks work! We"Ida miss, won't you you around please the Mister behind-the-scenes Roberts. This is picture a humorous of-

not en route to or from the gate. In same commonplace activities: eating, sleep come home?" the navy ow -

addition, some were mixing their outfits, ing, working, playing, but with something We are wondering who the unknown I :MIRACLE OF THE BELLS by ..
wearing loud, snappy socks with the various additional added to these that make for character Is who caused Russell Janney Is the story of a
naval uniforms. One case was disclosed growth and beauty. That something addi- E. L. "Parkie" Parker to have a i beautiful Polish.American girl
from a Pennsylvania coal town
:where a second class petty officer had worn tional is life and purpose. tussle Anything with to the add fire to the extinguisher.quietnessof who died just as she was aboutto

civilian clothing while on watch. The difference between a life that is con- our barracks. Wet, wasn't It make a name for herself in

The obvious end to all this would logically tinually bored, finding everything monoto- Parkie? You'll be an innocent bystander loved Hollywood.here takes A publicity her body man back who to
sometime. Huh?
be the certain withdrawal of the privil- nous, and the life that is continually inter- You know again, when we ask a few her native town, and attempts to
ege of wearing civilian clothes in off-duty ested and happy and useful is the same as people questions trying to get carry out her last wishes for her

hours, or at least the privilege of keeping the difference between a brush pile and a some news, they pop up with, funeral. Then the miracle of the
them on the base. Since all hands surely tree. There are the same activities, the same Well) I'm getting married next bells occurs.with This is a very human -'J' ...
story a sentimental glow that
week! We ask who the
realize this there be sensible elements but the latter kind of life is bound naturally
can no reason lucky guy Is. They promptly ans- 13 refreshing and makes for good
for these flagrant violations of the order together by a worthwhile purpose It is wer, "Oh, I'm just kidding." Ho ho. reading.In .
permitting the wearing of civvies. It can growing towards a goal. Just like the old saying "Some THE SUDDEN GUEST,
only mean a deliberate attempt to break an One more thing needs to be said. Not got it and some ain't." Ha ha. Christopher La Farge has writtena

existing regulation for the fun of it. just any purpose or goal will do if life is to light How would, Avery you? Now like it's to your be one turn.of Miss penetrating Lecton, a character New England study spin.of

Unless these abuses of the privilegecease have unity and worth. Tragic results spring the lucky girls from this station ster who lived through two vio- .. ..
the privilege be withdrawn. And from lives which are organized around low to rate a trip to Cleveland, Ohio? lent storms, the hurricane of 1938,

that ,wouldn't be much may fun at all. purposes, such as self, or money, or love of Yes, they are leaving today and hurricanes and the lesser storm of 1944 describedand ; The
return 25 November. It Is a yearly are vividly
-*- power. We see examples of this every day, exhibition put on by national aircraft the story holds your interest.
SEA released all about us. The only purpose big enoughand corporations, where all the The story may also be taken as a
( )-Impressive figures by sufficiently inclusive is that which Jesus airlines show what' "New In Av- : kind of parable which is definitely .a
the Veterans Administration and the De- gave us when He said: "Seek ye first the iation." The Navy is being given appropriate to'our time.
partment of Labor show that veterans are Kingdom of God and its 71,000 sq. ft. for their exhibition I For the mystery fans, the following ."
righteousness
being absorbed into industrial and agrarian this year. They have picked twen-i are suggested: ONE
life at a high rate. Therein is the ultimate solution to the prob- ty-six WAVES from all over the ALONE by Van Siller, and MU-
I
lems of human happiness and well-being, as country to attend and help. Link SEUM PIECE NO. 13 by Rufus
According to Veterans Administration i well as the problem of international har- instructors will explain and operate King.
figures, the GI :wasn't kidding when he soliloquized I and justice. the links and some will be .. .
"over there" about the farm he'd mony used for guides and various jobs : Springfield Mass. (SEA) -The
Chaplain William K. Stevenson.
their rates call for. The lucky galsto
sneak thief that made with
buy when he got back to the states. A total away
-*- go from this station are: Phyllis Mrs. Charles Lionakls' shopping
of 7,364 guarantees on farm loans have been C. Poole, CSpS( ); Minerva bag' is in for a big surprise. All "
supplied by the VA and 18,000 loans were NAVY WIVES' CLUB Brooks, SpXlc( ) ; Janet Boyle, it contains la two pounds of live ._
supplied by the Farm Security Administration. wives who SpSlc) ; Marie Desmond, CSK; analls.
Navy are interested in form- lose Marie Divine, CSpY( ); and
ing a Navy Wives' Club are invited to meetin Martha Glover SpTlc.( Lt. Ellen -

More than one-fifth ,((20 per cent) of new the Small Chapel at the Naval Air Sta- Word Is going as the WAVES mlUi n Srrt1itr.6

:workers being hired in industry are veterans, tion on Thursday afternoon, November14th They Duty will Officer.be flown Lucky by gals NATS, we say.and .

Department of Labor surveys show. Industries ,- at 1400. The Navy Wives' Club of Am will be staying at the Algonquin At Ute Station Chapels! ,Arena Birmingham
Road and Meson
falling below the 20 per cent mark em- erica is a national organization founded in Hotel. Tough, huh? A good time Protestant
ploy mostly women. The steel industry leads 1936, and membership is open to wives of should be had by all. Good luck 07JO-Holy Communion Chaplain

with 27 per cent veterans. all enlisted personnel in the Navy and :Ma- gals What's, and New take in Aviation"a good .look at 0930 E.-NATTO W. Andrews.8 rvle_Chaplain X. Vf ,r.

-*- rine Corps.be We wish to extend our welcometo 0030 Andrews.-Sunday: School, Small ChapeL

Musical instruments ranging from pianosto organized among patients able to partici- you re-enlistees. Glad to have 1041-Chaplain Dlvin* Services--Chaplala W. R. SUvenmn. I" L.
you back In the fold again.
piccolos will be utilized for recreation and Albert.
CathelU
entertainment as well as for the therapeuticvalue pate.Volunteer instructors will be recruited 0700-MaiS. '(C
(SEA-More marriage licenses 0900-Mali.
of music in Veterans Administration from among the patients, institution staffs, were issued in June of this year 1100-Man.AB .
hospitals and other institutions.More and the community in which the hospital or than In any other single month in dreg Outdoor>is maintained Nursery for W"null.. M00 chlk
than 600 instruments valued at home is situated. Individual patients with history, according to Census Bu- and lzoo.J.wtb C.
ReU.l ..
reau figures. In cities of 100,000 fUrrfee sad "/
91,245 were acquired from war surplus. unusual ability will be encouraged to appearin and more alone, a. total of relUwshi Hoer .
86,4481' W -Friday In the Snail Chap*!
Bands, orchestra, glee clubs and choirs will concerts and on radio broadcasts. licenses were issued.



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I : I.: EXTRA MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS I '

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- AROUND At n ff


Engine Overhaulby Carl >\. Ofn 1\\ -
'
t y x Player-Everyone was happy to
see Curly Mausert back after an nil new home on Garibaldi Street,
weeks. Curly learned Wonder who he
absence of two out in Venetla.
upon his return that he had I knows, anyhow I It has only beena
been "promoted" to group supervisor short while since he bought a

to fill the spot vacated by new car.

Charlie Hart, Personnel, Administration, and
Also in the line of additional l"lannJng-by Mattie Wood-We

I duties, George Repoff was assigned hope you people don't mind having
to the Engine Build-up Shop,, three sections combined this week, ,
and Mac McKlneey was transferred but because of the heavy work-
from the Cylinder Shop to the load and the absence of reporter

Engine Build-up Shop as shop su- Mal Butler, it's a little more convenient -

tt'II pervisor. Both of these men are .

4,4 very capable and will probablytake Needless to say, Personnel is
to their new duties like ducks suffering a critical employee short

; take to water. age this week, especially the Time
Lois "Susie" Webster, the En- Section. In addition to :Mal But-

a 'rt'y ,' 11 gine Overhaul stenographer, keeps ler, missing from Time Sectionare
Ss s all the fellows who visit the office Himan McGill, who is spend-

supplied with candy these days. ing his vacation in Brooklyn, N.
1\\ Perhaps she thinks this is the logi- Y., and Harry Hartwick, who is

__Wy ...__, --. N. _, _w-, ._ ..__n------ cal way to sweeten dispositions.We spending his leave in Flint, Mich.
..4 UiViU Ufc' u.5> A.Ab*' official acts as Assembly and Hepair Officer, Captain Bruxton Kh.ues; are happy to note that Earle The surprise of the week was
II presented beneficial suggestions checks to a large group of A&R employees. In all, forty-nine Assemblyand (Leapin LaRue) Brown, Shop the marriage of Lenie Ferrell. We
Repair workers received a total of $3,810 for their winning ideas. Captain Rhodes is shown above 1322, is back at work after a understand that she spent her

with a number of smiling award winners after the presentation last week. week's leave spent at his home In honeymoon in Ft. Lauderdale andis
Jonesville, S. C., because of the now visiting her husband'sfamily
illness of his mother.Congratulations in Miami. We wish her avery

: INSIDE Inspecting to George Re- happy married life.

,r i SPLY poff who became a father Tues- Girls, be careful how you talk

PUBLIC WORKS The day morning. He already had two around Johnnie William now. We

Li SALLIES girls in the family, so this time his hear she is engaged to a mission-

Hy ,JUANITA AMSK Inspectors wife presented him with a baby aray. When will the wedding take
boy. If the cigar factories ever place, Johnnie?
of Transportation -
The enlisted personnel IJUUNETTE will Enlisted Personnel lost two very
have the spotlight this Hy HELEN- go on strike, I suppose people
fello&s has been hunk of man just have to stop having babies. capable employees last week when
. week. One of the That handsome
decided
and Pollard they
Well, here we are at the end of Streb
spying on his shipmates and re- you have seen "looking thingsover" By Clara E. Speer the fourth week of the bowling would enter college. They shouldbe
ports the following: In and around the Assem- to settle down to workin
season, and we note that on the ready
Bob Jac.cson, mechanic, was bly and Repair Inspection Depart- After a wide canvass of Sup-I last time out the Engine Overhaul January, as they plan to takea
:
teen oui w. h a beautiful brunettein ments is none other than the ply Department personnel, Remer teams didn't fare so well. Of the long vacation before entering
town. He was dressed in civvies new Inspection Officer, who took Y. Touchton, Jr. (Shipping) is the teams representing Engine college.Ma .
three
his ship- the "reins" November 1, 1946. who responded as havinga
thinking perhaps only one
Overhaul, Charlie Hart's team has Stauss and her six little
mates wouldn't recognize him, but Comdr. C. B. Cottingham halls hobby. We know most every-
statisticians ha'ebeen
the best current standing, being hard-working
they did. Who would ever have from down Louisiana way, and body has some kind of hobby, and
tied with Interim Overhaul No. 2 working every night for the
thought Bob would hold out on his was transferred to NAS from your scribe would be interestedin
and Overhaul Control No. 1 for past three weeks. Won't
shipmates after all the Navy has Washington D. C. The depart- knowing about it. Remer's hob someone
first place in the second division,, PLEASE come to the rescue.
done to teach the boys to share ment takes this opportunity to by is flying. lIe has been approvedfor
with eight games won and four. Mr. Field has had an extra grinon
, to and share alike I Ic extend a most hearty welcome to a :200-hour course in flying
lost. However, Friday night the his face this week for some
Medcaff was pretty our new officer, and the cooper- under the G.I. Bill of Rights edu-
Charles
boys had a bad night, droppingtwo reason-wonder if those new shirts
ation of each member of the de- cational He has begunhis
the Day inspection program.
about Navy
peeved out of three games because and trousers helped? Who does he
is guaranteed. No"drooling" with the Laurie Yonge
because his buddy had a partment course
none of the boys were up to their know?
tho' gals Comdr. Service. When completed,
blind date arranged for him and Flying usual form with the exception of Blackie Cochran has been trans-
brings with him an he will be eligible for commer-
he couldn't make it. He kept that Cottingham Coy Whitworth. It is only fitting ferred to Cecil Field, adding to the
attractive wife and two children. cial and instructor's li-
\ date in Macon Georgia, last weekend private,
that we mention at this point that shortage of personnel in statistical -
though. From the talk going We are happy to announce that censes. Coy is an outstanding bowler. He section. Sorry to see you

... around, he seems to have made the Main Inspection Offices are News received in Purchase from currently ranks third on the high leave, Blackie, but good luck en
out pretty well and is just raringto now located in Building 101Lin Ed Wyckoff indicates that he and average list with a mark of 155: ,. your new job.
go back. No wonder! The Wes- : the upstairs offices-and are Isabel continue to be immensely Lt. Smolensk ranks fifth on this The farewell party for Captain

leyan College for Girls is nearby. combined with the Aircraft Over- pleased with Port Hueneme and list with a high average of 153 Braxton Rhodes was quite a suc-

Every morning, when the mail haul Inspection Offices. California generally. They take and is tied for this honor by Mick- cess and every division was well

comes in, Robert Kibbey is always Inspection personnel are eager- frequent trips to nearby towns ey Reese. represented to give him a big
bound to receive a letter or two ly looking forward to the holi- and beaches. On their recent visitto Alexander Crane is in for his send-off. We could never expressour

. from his little woman back home. day November 11th, especiallysince the Mission Capistrano, he reports share of congratulations, too. He gratitude in a news column,

Not satisfied, he's always looking the holiday comes on that they didn't find the swallows became the father of a baby girl,, but we do wish him a very pleas-
for more in the afternoon. Wonderif old "blue" Monday: thus givingus at home-only the pigeons. born Ocotber 29th. From where ant and happy retired future.

he answers every one he gets another one of those nice long When attending a show at the we sit, it would appear that some Engineering Division-by Fred -....

now week-ends. Hollywood Bowl in September, he of the fellows will rate an "E" dyne-They say that no news is
Bill Strickland has his eye on a We extend a welcome to more said the crowd was huddled under efficiency mark, primarily on the good news, but people sure look
certain girl who works in Trans- blankets and the hot coffee sold forward to the "Scandal
. newcomers to the department: A. basis of their production.We Sheet" every
. portation.Roy E. Homewood ACMM; R. A. Ma- out at the first intermission. Isa- were informed this morning week. Maybe it's for something -

.. Stenson is a cook. Wonder challnski, ACETM; R. B. Beau- bel spends her days keeping the that E. J. McKinney, Jr., super- they might have missed dur-
what he's doing In Motor Trans- dreau; ACMM; J. C. MacDonald, apartment in "apple pie" order, visor of Shop 1321, Engine Build- ing the last week.

portation' ACMM; and M. L. Day, ARMI. shopping in Santa Barbara, and up, was rushed to St. Luke's Hos- This last week-end, which wasHallowe'en
Jimmie Weber the MAA Best wishes go with two mem- taking some courses at the Junior pital on October 30th for an emer- activity didn't seem

whistle-happy boy of Barracks N, bers of the department who checked College. gency operation and his condition, to burst out like expected al-

!. going home on a 15-day leave, out last week: B. F. Whitten, BABIES: Irvin E. Tate (Inven- at the time of this writing, is list- though you might ask Don Kim-
so now maybe it will be a little AMM2-transferred to Quonset tory) is overjoyed over the ad- ed as "fair." This will be most mel and Bill McFarland, two of

quieter Irishman mornings. known by Point, R. I.; and E. C. Schneider, vent of a daughter, Nancy Ann. unwelcome news to Mac's many our sailors, what they did. Whatdo

Hogan, the AETM1, transferred to Norfolk, She weighed 8 pounds, 13 ounces, friends in Engine Overhaul, and you take for a headache Don
Transportation"boys as "yodel- Virginia. upon arrival October 19. This we are all hoping for his speedy and Bill? Don, did you ever try
ing preacher, also expects a -.. makes Irvin a "popper" three recovery.Lt. sleeping on a mattress ? It's really
leave Then the boys will be
soon.
"- '.. times Walter :Fay's I mother Smolenski has been absent very comfortable after you get
getting The CMT some mechanics sleep nights.who have Employes Assn. Gels and grandmother have arrived by for the past two days moving into used to it.PUBLIC .
i plane from Connecticut to visit his
been having their regular nineo'clock Now I I1
Board Members
coffee were transferredback I. baby daughter for the first time. WORKS WELDERS
Edith Anna nicknamed
"Sauea--
to the Main Garage. Theydon't Five new members were chosen
first the light s
ky", saw of day
mind being transferred, but to fill vacancies on the Boardof July 28th.
surely do miss that coffee. Directors of the Employees
A CMT mechanic (Shorty Shot- Association in an all-station Conrad Williams (R & 0)) is
.
'" well) just came back from a 30- election held last Thursday aft- planning to take his vacation in
-V V1
day leave. His mind should be on ernoon.In :Miami. That will give the proud

motors, but Instead it's back on an announcement by the parents their chance to take com-
Victor Avenue in Lynchburg, Vir- Civilian Personnel Officer who plete possession of his baby, "Di-
ginia. supervised the counting of the ane," while he is away.

The Transportation Department ballots, it was stated that F. D. Bertha Mehlman (Accounting)
r ," lost some of their boys a few Warren and W. L. Catrette were is having a great time on a two

weeks ago to the Fire Depart- chosen by the Assembly and Ke- week vacation trip to New York, c

ment. They were: John (Malonus) pair Group; It. K. Drown was Baltimore, and Philadelphia .
Sarvas, LeRoy (Kilroy) Rhodes, the choice of the Supply Group; Follow-Up is glad to have Vir-
Rudolph (Smash-up) Lillebo, John T, F. Andreu was selected to ginia Shaw back from a two-
(One-way) Dykstra, Joe (Throt- represent the Public'orks weeks vacation. She enjoyed visiting .
tle-happy) Karwel, and Jesse Group; and 1C. D. Plnney of Av- relatives in South Carolinaand i4ica
(Love-sick) Ewing. iation Training was named In the Georgia.

Slim Preston, CMT mechanic, General Group. Also receiving Radio and Radar Section is wel-
has been stationed here for over votes In the election were widely coming back Norman H. Smith

three months and is still looking known Kilroy and Veluidl. after his sojourn in the Army ;
his first date here in Jackson-
for Election supervisors who were Inventory Division personnelare
ville. lie Is six feet, three inches the members remaining in office having classes three times a _
tall and just loves short women. and their assistants handled the week
learning more about their
For those Interested, applicationswill task of making ballots and bal- jobs and the new SandA Manual.
be cheerfully accepted by Bob lot boxes available to employeesof .
Melling. their group. U
Perry Brott returned from a 15-:>> THE BELL GETS; '} n 1' <

day leave this week in Milwaukee, shack in the barracks, Bill surely (SEA-The ringing of an ordinary -\
Wisconsin, and is still drooling and would appreciate it. electric bell killed four of six tl :'
day-dreaming about his little After working with the Government mice subjected to the sound within s 11s n "

,. Pauline. He seems to find it very for sixteen or seventeen 10 seconds. The mice died from -- \1
..... hard to get back in harness. years, Mr. Boyer, Power Plant, is suffocation brought on by paralysis ) 'J *
Bill Strickland lost two rings going to Washington for the first of the respiratory organs in a -

which: he left hanging on the time on a vacation. He probably demonstration at a genetics con- ",
nhower-room faucet knod in Barracks wants to try to find out what ference. The mice ran around Aati
and makes the Government tick. madly in their 3-foot-wide bath- '"'
N. One Is a Navy ring ._ .... l' :
Hanna Kaylor, who has been tub to the pandemonium, "
the other a sterling silver ring escape
1AJ01UNU LIKE A MAN from mars with his welding shield, i
' in the Transportation of- then as if shot. ,
with working dropped
4 which bas a black setting a
welds attach
C. O. Brown of the Public Works Welding Shop, an
will
fice is back at She
The Design.
white spot near the center.handed be Mr. Tovey's new secretary. She here at the base, Barbara Faulk- ment to a tank for boilermaker N. B Hick, left. In the background. 'j f
latter 'is a :family relic to can help Virginia Walpole with ner, housing clerk, is beginning to J. F. Montgomery uses a welding torch to burn a hole In a metal
1 down by his great grandfather Roscoe Bradshaw. The Welding Shop 1*
etc. down to the job of keeping the men out get grey over It all. Everyone sayson stand, assisted by helper
i his grandfather, en found them there in line. her it looks good so she doesn't called upon to build all sorts of devices as well as repair beav7 I
him. If the who
person all kinds at NAS.I .
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IUHAT TO DO! lUHERE TO GO! ,.

Dottie and Pete tied the knot a

\ j week early. We were skeptical forI

MOVIE SCHEDULE I a time but from Pete's haggard
j I look and scrawny neck we can see
TJATTC that married life is a bit rough

for the first twenty years at that.
THURSDAY-"THE BOWERY" starring Wallace Beery and I Good luck to both of you!
George Haft Shows at 1100 1730\ and 2000. Everybody enjoyed the last

'mu.SU> S.1'l'lm.Y"J3LUE SKIES" starring fling Crosby I Smoker Immensely. A total of elevI -

and Fred Astalre Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000. I en bouts took place with Yellow ('
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and Ilex Harrison Sh ws at 140i, 1730 and 2000. half of them.Canvasback.

.MOM).VY AMI 1TtSU."SUN: VALLEY SERENADE" star r Perkins, the poor
ring John Payne and Sonja Hertie Shows at 1100 1730 and 2000 man's Billy Conn, did his best to
\\'lmsl'sn."HO: IE IN OKLAHOMA: ," starring: Dale Evans! stay on his feet for the first roundof

and Ray Rogers Shows at !tOO, 1730 and 2000 his first endeavor in the squared
TI It'RSIAY "MYSTERIOUS MK VALENTINE." starring Linda circle and after pulling a typical
Sterling and William Henry Shows at HOO 1730 and :2000. I J Garrison finish copped the

MOVIE: SCHEDULE mitt with a wicked taste of rights

\ N AHOV! is a part of the i Ait-bea: rCexcue;j and Smvivai ex- and lefts in the last two cantos ".
Yellow Water I i ift by NATTC at the Louisiana i State Fair in Shreveport l I Now he's settling down to train in
earnest: No more than five liber-
Tlll'Kl. \'-NO SHOW. ties a week, and a limit of one gal
KIDA\ AND feAlTKDlY "DECEPTION." starring Bette Da- I c QAR Retires After Nearly lon and a half per liberty.

vU and, Paul Henreid. Shows at 1400 1730 and 2000.) "Swordfish" Miller Celebratedhis

st'sn."THE BOWERY" starring Wallace! Beery and George ; Thirty-Four Years In twenty-fourth birthday in great ..

Raft. Shows at 1400 1730, and 2000. style Sweden's male Greta Garb, *
MONDAY AND TI'KMIAV' : _"BLUE SKIES" starring Bing Crosby The Naval Service Jensen, helped him all the way
and Fred Astaire Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000., ATC and then there was no helping the

WtUStSU.OTORIOUS GENTLEMAN" starring Lillie fy 'IA.,... Lh Comdr. Zimmerman two of them.--HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Palmer and Rex HarrUon. Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000. Chief!

t'Hsn.NO SHOW.THINGS Leaves NATTC To LiveIn Hat trouble must be catching
The ARM will clash I
Sparkles
Neilsen used to have to buy one
TO DO-ABOARD with the TAI eleven Friday, November Long Beach, CaliforniaI every time he hit the beach, and -
3, 1600.\ This game should I
Thurber has trouble keepingtrack
to be well worth coming out.j I neatly 31 years in thei now
lIonnSIIOl' Monday through Friday, prove of his Brought
chapeau.
213i: Saturday 1300-2130. New location in Bldg. to see so all you ladi and lassies i United States: Naval Service, Lt.' Tomazin's brown fedora In the

Wing No. 1. Instructors on duty for leather let's go out and back up the boys i Comdr Phillip R. Zimmerman of : other morning looking like he'dused
!' NATTC, was retired from active
with plenty of that old AEM spin
model airplanes. 1 same for the puck in a hock
FI.KKTS: : IX-Beer sold nightly 1730-2130. 170'S Saying goodbye to a good shipmate i service this week. three months I ey game. At least he got It hidden
over :
Lacking just
wiches and snacks available. Is always hard so we all[ in the locker before Tommy
UU"J.ISCi-Six alleys behind Ship's Service agree that It's just "so long" Andy '''of Zimmerman being :34 very has active years this ,time Mr. saw It. Cleaned and blocked nothing -

able to all personnel Monday through Cavar, we will be see'n you! and afloat spent ,1 -that had need a new brim,
both ashore
170'-2130.' Free bowling If you set your own pins. Andy's naval career began In June! Mr. Zimmerman first' enlisted I crown and band!
lOc a line for pin boys 1913. After "boots" at Sampson, 1 '1 deal.
Musician Moe made another
in Washington, D. C., as a : just
N. Y. he to AMM .
was assigned
.
5 1913. He Netting a neat little profit to the ,
Indoor 2'c on February!
i :SWIMININ(1-iAll I Outdoor Pools: Closed) School, Jax., where he remained I
was then a cornet player. After Exchequer Bruch. A fellow has to
r. pool Bldg. 614 Recreational Swimming. Monday. for duty until Feb. 1914. Having e
One
I sonic years as a musician, Mr keep his: hand In all the time.
work in the
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 0900 to 1200. Monday I an opportunity to when i Zimmerman transferred In the just has to keep an eye on the
ARM the "Line our
through Friday, 1800 to 2045. Saturday 1000) to 1200,, school on wa set-up in Sax, Andy, I Electrical! Class: and was a Radio- rising prices and sell ven the right

1300 to 161)(), 1700 to 2045. Sunday 1200 to 1600, 1700 stayed on and eventually becamethe man Electrician at sea and onshore time comes
>, being a Chief Petty Officer Why are the South American
officer of
to 2015. genial leading petty i for many years. '1 1 numbers doing such a land office
the Generator Phase. As he now
He was promoted to the rank of business on the Juke Box, Bar
MU IC-Anyone interested: in Joining the NATT boards the Franklin D. Roosevelt,; I Warrant Officer in March 1926) hey! Couldn't be they bring back .e
he wishes to : his deep '
Cat Orchestra contact T. F. Ray at Barracks 465. _i to the express personnel of this appreciation i i'on the U.S.S. Huron, flagship of I i I, memories of the dear dim past..
lithe i Asiatis Fleet, and was made a I I The Skeet team Is playing host
NAT1C LIBRARY Located in Auditorium school for their cooperation and, Chief Warrant Officer in 1932. His.I : to Banana River, Cecil Field. Main
for making his tour of duty in the" I I
Monday Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 03\)') to I rank was that of Chief Radioman Side and others this Thursday,
Open AEM School a pleasant one
very i Electrician and he served in that Nov 7th. This is just the start of ..
2(1)<). Wednesday 1230 to 2100 Saturday and Sun- 'Bye Andy. ] capacity on the US.S. Nevada, being matches between these teams and, '
of Ch
day, 1230 to 2100.t Elec.Speaking Mac Isaac shipmates tells. this little!,, i aboard her when the Japs attacked a lot of rivalry. is looked forward -
Let'ltwish
> Pearl Harbor, December 1'1 to by our scattergun boys
: ,
A'llll.K'HC C.KAK: Available at Gear Locker anecdote on himself. While serving
I 19j 1. The Nevada was in Pearl them luck.
Physical Training Department BIJg. 513.ItOXING aboard the U.S.S. Hornet. It was''I,I'I Harbor at that time. Exactly 10 | You guys still refuse to send in

.-Smokers held regularly. Anyone interested the good fortune of Ch. Elec Mac I days after the raid he was trans any dope; so we'll knock out What,
have roommate
Isaac to as a a
Chief AI Sinibaldi I erred to the U.S.S Enterprise, I we hear and let the rest of you
contact
in participating Ch. Elec. named Sidney Kaplan
December 11,1 1 white haU See
her from it under
: serving on keep your
.
of the P.T. Department. The practical jokers couldn't let .
11911 to August 1943. While or.that you next week
1KNNIS: -Racquets and balls available at Physical this one slip by. and as a result i', ship he was In the actions ,
the following was hung over the
.. Training Bldg. 513. door at Midway, Marshall(, Santa Cruz
., and Stuart Island, and other op-
"I'UTU.I.J.Intramurals.. Games held on Mondays Wednesdays SID KAPLAN MAX ISAAC
Guadalcanal the iJJatJ
eratlons around
Road
and Fridays, 1600. on field bordered by Allegheny PAWN BROKERSNote I I South Pacific

: When the shop was in San he sent to
ASHORE i i In August, 1943 was
WHERE TO CO- Diego some of the boys: took the 1 Radar Operators School at Point FISHING *

leave at frequent Intervals sign seriously while SID AND Loma, California, being on the By Corp James P. Davis, Jr.
JACKSONVILLE HKACIIK's-Busea and Adams (sam e as Navy), Surf bath- MAX are still looking for the originators. I Staff. While on the Carrier Enterprise In baitcasting the principle of
from new bus station at Clay the rank of the
at one ot: worlds: finest ocean beaches. Bus he was given the cast Is accomplished[ by
tng ana other recreation Things we never expect to see Lt. ( jg) in August 1942, and in I weight of the lure being thrown

I t tare 25c. AND BOATING:; Cedar River on San Eckstein without his: corny; March 1913 was made a full Lieutenant forward stripping[ the line from ...
nsIHNG *
,
\ t-\SOt.U\O.: : Bus three blocks from last stop on puns; Gilbreath without his beau A little over 2 years later the reel In other words you are -
,
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore and Strout not made Lt. Comdr. to
canoe.-ll.OO hour; motorboats tiful car. Rieve he was a i actually casting a weight tied
9 San Juan. Row Bats-two hour, 50c; boat per arguing; Negly smiling; Peterson After a year at Point Loma, he the end of your line. When using

i -$200 per hour five to eight- people-- -per without his radio schematics, was given orders to report to the a fly-rod, however, this is not the

O'Loughlin Bobby Joe) unsophisticated 1 Instructional Staff at Radar case The weight of an artificially ,

Beer Garden Moved Skeet Matches At ; Belagny with a mean disposition : School at Ward Island Corpus is not enough to unwind the
; Brooks without his Georgian i Christi, Texas. He spent exactly line from the reel. So in reality

Yellow Water TodayThe accent and MacDonald with one year there and then was you cast the line by means of the ? .
Prices Stabilized I out his Bostonian accent; Roy sayIng I transferred here to NATTC. | spring-like action of the rod sending

Yellow Water Gunnery what he means: Hubbird wait He was married In October 1921 the line through the air in the

4 In Ship's Service I Range will be the scene of a five ing for the word; Tommy not teasIng I to Mrs. Dorothy Kerrar and has actual cast For this reason fly-
someone Wartche keeping one BOH. He will make his home
team Skeet Match today. Teams : : lines are rather heavy in comparison
As of November 1. 19 Id, Supply made up of officers and enlisted quiet for a minute and Rambo In Long Beach: California, thoughhe to baitcasting lines.
and Accounts has taken over all men front, Yellow Water Cecil without his: football score board. was born and reared In Colorado The first fly lines were made of .

Ships" Service stores. Their first Field. Banana River and NAS -S S 5- braided horse-hair and were an

job was to stabilize all prices in Jacksonville are competing in an I intricate and expensive affair Today .
the Ship Service. Prices on MilkShakes (\\ elimination match. The shoot Lecture On Requiem DRIVE however, the majority of fly

Candy Bars Ice Cream starts at 1000. Mass Given Armistice COMMUNITY CHEST lines are made of either braided

Sundaes and now Haircuts have 1 These matches from time to BEGINS AT NaTechTraCenThe silk or nylon. Fly lines can be avery
been stabilized on all such time will be continued, and, will Day In Small ChapelAt expensive part of your tackle

Service on the base Haircuts ShIP'1 be held at the various different Community Chest drive got but with proper care can be mad
been raised from 25c: to !) places: competingprobably 1001) on ArmUlloe Day; 11Nowmber under way this week, and the Red to last for many seasons
Enlisted Men. and from 11)40. a lecture
45c!) for Offlcers Massages 1 knows, by experience, is Keqiiiem Mat.* with regard to to those who make contributions nylon from wear, deteriorationand

f Shampoos, etc., have risen In proportion that the Beer Garden has been the Liturgy and Gregorian' Chantlll to this worthwhile cause. to add weight, the whole line .
to these prices. I moved from its old place in Galley \\ W K'V' II bv ( ..mdr, lI..rb..rtlimlth. Chaplain E. W. Andrews has Is treated either with a thin coatIng -
K.': / I'N.V': 'In the Smallt'lmpel. ..
Another Important announcement No 2 and I is now open for business been appointed the Chairman of : of enamel or tung oil compo
which probably everyone! in its now location in the the NATTC Drive, and, the heads sition. The oil treated line has asofter
I large room In Ship's Service for- The Morldtt Guild of OrganM/ of Departments and Division Officers texture to it and, for most
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merly occupied by the Hostess Mill attend and 'ImnwxIUtelyafter will\ contact "All Hands" for fishing I prefer it to the enam l

JAXlit NEWS House A contest was held last this lecture a High ItequlenaMs' their contributions.The finished line.
NAVAL AW TECHNICALIKAINIiNU July to find the best name for the : ",I1M\[ celebrate! in :St.Edward's Community Chest contrib- Th two most important factors

Beer Garden. and the name chosen : Chapel at .HIM. for alldreeavml utes and supports twenty-two different other: than actually casing is that
CENTER of World War I and and welfare and tha leader
was "Fleet's Inn. The placeIs charities the lure tnuit float :
,i' CupUiil ll.iwur.l V. Ii.>pklK4. IKSN. World War II, All hand.* are
fitted very attractively with a causes. The goal for Jacksonvilleand must sink If you expect to havethe .

nd.r Cum IUlMi-1. niii nJiiiiiCuunu V. u......*. USN, new bar. and Snug Harbor in cordially Invited to aitteud. vicinity is 350000. All Naval maximum of luck for your ef I )
Kxftrutlv I Ship's Service will be open for Follow lag the M*.*. a lunrtieou activities are considered: part forts. There are several commercial "
Editorial Offices for NATTC space until the bar closes\ each will l be tendered t/> the Guild of the community in which they preparations on the market

Section, Rooms 137 and 134 night who** you can "drink your of Organitt. at the Officer are located, and should assist in to 4 make the line float on the water .

Administration Building 600-A. b *r" Fleet's Inn 'will be open ('Iub. every way possible: the community that you can apply to your
Tel. Ext. 203: nightly from 1730: to 2130. I I project. Give today to the Red line. The best thing to make your

AdvisorS With Christmas rapidly approaching DIME NOVKI I'AIC.AUI:" F: Feather causes. leader sink Is to rub it with a little
W. Andrew" Lt. Cunulr. CliC),
Editor!: j Merchandise Stores, in (SEA The Bureau of Vital piece of Lava soap. If you remember
Arthur KouUonikiilt. 8Itiuoru the Ship's, Service wilt be openon [ Statistics\ disclosed that 251: murders CBM: "What's that book?" to keep your back cast
Wn'',r S2c "It's entitled 'What Twenty high line floating and i
Site Saturdays until Christmas from have been committed In California : your your
Robert Photograph J. Wchlinn, OHIO! to 1800) Toyland will openon [ in the past six months, Million Women Want." leader sinking you'll find the 1HI1are

, M.... IIr NAS Photo Lob 6 "'If. Fund.Suboui the 15th of November in a separate That makes an average of one CBM: "Yeah? Let's nee if they striking better
, Photo Lrb.r room in Ship's Service murder every 18 hour spelt my name right." "DAVE."


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_, .> All are sorts beginning of After to Duty open Activities up and. THY Tramples XO 13 To 0; TAI .

there is pentyo) do ,>We at Wins; TOB Overpowers Marines .
NATTC nowada, Acjd anothe
leafwith
to long list, with the Bowing TAF went into a two-way
your
alleys scheduled: to open on qr OjJN'ELL TCT in football the pant
Sil-'McC
abort the 25th of NovemberThe FL I week by defeating XO by a score TOn

alleys are being worked oat I of 13 to 0 last Wednesday
L DEMON OF herself not toit taken
present: to put them in tip op SPEED proved the highest
shape for a gopd many ,games of lightly by running up
by
isuc season
this
: team
NAVY TEAM score of any
nip and tuck fowling I JAX trampling on the Marines 20 to ,6.
All JS'ATTC Divisions, Depart I is
that the pate
,A I> this shows
T>)e.nts( Clubs, and Barracks wh I Scores Three TouchdownsIn All hotter and faster, and it
can roundup a good team of Keg : getting
Christi Game race.
Corpus is still anybody
submit team roICT '
should a
piers, TAP DOWNS XO 13 TO 0
to \the PT ,Officer as soon as Glennon McConnell, )late of In a highly spirited game, which
This is all Officer
possible for Rittman, Ohio, and now NATTC ea-sawed back and forth between
and Enlisted men Teams\ will be made his presence felt in the Jax the thirty yard lines for throe

composed of six men and ooe Navy's backfield, and on the quartos! the TAF Division final

.utqndbyBoxing. Scoreboard which showed at the ly scored two touchdowns in short
C final whistle of the lax Nav>'-NAb older in the final period toemerge

,. MatchesPresented Corpus Christ tilt at Municipal victorious by the score ,of

Stadium in Jax last Saturday 13 to 0.
night, that the locals had 28 points' : XO took the ball in the early

At to the opponents 13. McConncI art of the first quarter and was
personally accounted for 18 01 moving smoothly and rapidly

Gunnery SchoolTen his team's points by scoring thret' down the field on passes!! the own

: I touchdowns on runs of 3, 50, and) by the accurate arm of A.tmBtrong -

lively ,boxing matches wer 65 yards respectively. Wasson received a JAWS

jicMnttd jointly by rlngmen fror. I Known more familiarly w vhrown by Armstrong which wm
NATTC, coached by Chief Al SmlLaldi "Mac" or 'Flash" to his teammates good for a first down on their
and men from yellow Wale Glenn line of TAF
/ and buddies, was own) 45 The charging
at the Gunnery School last Thrus born In Philadelphia" :Pa, Decem- caused XO to fumble and TA.F

day evening ber 30 ,1927, but moved to Ritt- readily recovered the ball TAP

NATTC fought the first fivjritUhra man when in the seventh grade. proceeded to go to work ,on till"l

; and Yellow Water .Tough He was a three-letterman in football arounds and fakes through the

the last five. Probably the) two and four-letterman in Basketball line which worked for a few

.. I*.Rt! fights of the ,evening were t th e at the high school. He was plays but XO got wise and starUnl

third between Don Biutchey, ot captain of the football squad his breaking up the well set plays",

Ship Co. and Norm Joeckes, Al last year nl high school He is the forcing TAF to punt. XO took

17, and the finale between Bob' son of Mr and Mrs Tlieodoie\ over the ball but made very htUeprogrf88

Perkins and Mel Mott both oShip's through the line no they
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Yt'lloWater. Jot
Co. at t took to the air, Armstrong
Brutchey and Joeckes, both ex TAF, TAI. AM Ton won game this past week in Intramural his man for a 15 yard gain The
Golden Glovers, zipped through League competition. Pictured above are some of the shots taken at next was Intercepted by T AF.

three fast rounds and Biutche; random of the TAF-XO and TAI-TEB game, Upper photo shows The going pass was tough aglnst ;XO'.

was given the decision. The two Coddmgton of TAF carrying the ball around end Partially blocked forward wall and very little yardage -
136 Founders showed the fans, but ready for the tackle is Panlck of XO, right end. Others in play made and TAF was
i32)Waseon, (66)) Anderson, and ((54)) Splnks of XO; was
e.t some of the fastest leather throwing are ((62)) Critz, forced to punt
seen in a long time Brutcheyfights ) and (50)( ) Crake, ((54)) Carlson of TAF Bottom photo has Vargo, TEB I XO took the ball on the juut

left handed, and was thi halfback being knocked out of bounds by Walker, (number obscure). and was moving down the fwlaon

faster of the two. Perkins wo and Dunne, TAI right halfback lunging at the ball-carrier Comingup when suddenly the
((62)) Fish, ((69)) HindI, and ((57)) Paasch of passes
out over Mott in the final bout behind the play are crowd roared An XO man had

of the evening. Both boys wen TAI and other man in dark jersey is DeSmith,_TED _fullback l _--.-- I just caught a long pass and was

i n the canvas during the fight; : ._ on his way to pay dirt, when what

Perkins early in the first round, Marine' Squad appeared to be a 12th man from
,I '. when he) was either oft balance TOB Trounces the TAF squad rushed on the title land

and then fell down or was floored. made the tackle, There was

Neither time was he even groggy With Score 20 To 6Showing some confusion over the affair.
and got up to send Mott down for Monday But there had been a mistake in

& fc-count, stunning him i power-plus: and a well the substitution, two men left he
Following is a summary of th balanced passing and running attack some nice lounlon the part of II game for one substitute. The roan
the
-. Smoker, at ye/low/ Water. TOB, s mighty men piled up his teammates This time, who made the tackle hard just
for extra point failed Again
I record this try come back on the field
1st J3Qut GeneelJs, 1&7 Ibs score on
the highest) this time the
TOB kicked off, and
CTO, outpointed Ernie/ SpinHs,,, the NATTC Intramural Marines went from their own 32 I In the 4th quarter TAF <'f4nMup
210 )b/!. Welfare. League by soundly trouncing the threw with a pass attack to maids

2nd Bout--Bud Roberts, 15J )bsAF ", I Marine Air Detachment squad bya for a first with down and of then TOB totecepting '. i II down the field for the first touchdown -
last a pass, Bryant of the day The try for the
Monday
J7 and Ronald De well 15CJl score of 20 to 6, 65 yard '
it and running
__ *., AF 17, drew ,I'on the Athletic Field. for another score This time thtouchdown s ...., ... extra point went wide of the

.. 3rd pout-Jim #oeft, 150 )Ibs, The fans present were hardly I II was called back and I| McConnell, late of Hitunk*., v ..,.oJ. markTAF.
off XO. Aflr
AF 17, and Got donhitney, 158 : seated comfortably in their seats for roughing and now of Teaneck, New Jersej; kicked to
.. TOB was penalized/ kit kid
U*., AF 17, drew I before TOB had reeled off two the passer The Marines threw> "Flash" is the fastest man on trying three passes they
their 40. Wasoo of the
4th Bout-Don Brutchey, 136 : touchdowns to sew up the' the point tall from own
quick and
two passes to the TOB 15, w ere the squad proved took the ball the
TAF on
squad
)t#. .. Ship's Co., outpointed Norm I game tightly. Strengthened considerably I their for a score was Inter i t non-believers by twice outdiitancjng1 40 and mud..1
Joeckes, 135 Ibs, AF 15Ath :'. by the new addition of JaN TOB took over on It'', the entire Corpus Christ punt on his own
I down the field to XO's 35. A
Bout- Herb Nixon, 154 lbs, Paul "Duke" LaHulher and Jim line. Collins quick secondary Both touchdowns wer pass
five-jsrd
ARM, and Dusty Tays 155 Ibs, Collins, both )late of the Jax Navy I i reverse over ldt : from Cottington to Leieer was
kicked put to hit own 40 momentarily scored on a ,
I good for 20 yards to put them c nIt
AF 17, drew I team TOB opened up early, and I tiling TOB out of danger tackle. He i< known to have run;; the 15 marker. threw
6th Bout-Rich Beck, 130 lbs., then literally coasted In. It was I The quarter ended with the Marines I the 100 yard dash in 10.2 second yard Fray
to anil
the) next Cottington
I
Ship's Co., Kayoed Paul Soto, their second win against one loss' in po ssesaron. Verbanek, al'e with his football paraphernalia (In. !I It was good pass tor a touchdown The
Ship's Co., 25 seconds of the first TOB Kicked) off to the Marinesto Marine back, to throw to star ..
... whereupon the proceeded At present he is waiting : >extra point was kicked by IM...),
.. found start the game,
a pass to Connelly good to the attending classes at Control Towe which made TAF the winner over
7th Bout-Don Biggs 138 )Ibs, Marines fumbled, TOB recovering TOB 20 for a first down. It wa Operators School here at NATTC, XO, 13 to 0.l.er..rat.

Ship Co., outpointed Bud FOBS- and marching to a touchdown Verbanek: again this time pickinj; "Flash" enlisted for a two-yea ....(IM bUMiinfi.
Jar, 135 lbs., Ships Co. from the Marine 20 yard marker, up 12 yards to the TOB 8 on i a cruise at Akron Ohio on the 27th; Skin* ul 'T next
8th BoutEddie) O'Connor. 128 climaxed by "Duke" LaHullier'grun tram sun w prt PI. it
plunge, and then a moment late of May 1946 and plans on going -
)bs., Ships Co., outpointed Bob around right end for the going over from the four yard line I to college\ and make coaching I 1\[ a a 100 Leos 18 1 a.

Bomke, 130 Ship's Cot touchdown The try for extra for a touchdown The try for th his career He hasn't decide: ? {J : : It
and TOB led) 7 to .1 II: 114 .
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good
>th BoutBill Fetterman. 154 point was extra point was not good. which college he will attend \\A ,
.. '" -- Ibs, Ships Co., and Chuck Cone, 0, with the game barely a minute The final scoring) of the da;;)' ''11I"11"". J1.* J% .wio.oo.'. it it

154 Ibs, Ship's Co., drew old.The came midway in the last quarte (*l .'U I is
next came a few minutes 1 .*" a l'
score
Final Bout-Bob Perkins, 178, ;rLa I
with TOB in possession of the Is ,
Basketball o cuo a
H
Ship's Co, outpointed Mel) Mott I later, when, after TOB had pigskin at the midfield stripe Col :! "'"" awns *...,. "
kicked off to the Marines, the w.'r.w":: ;
103 Ship's Co. I "r' I
ling, In at fullback, plowed through
*. Mariners were forced to kick from Featured For .
center for 28 yards to the :Marin
1 Lots of guys will claim that a their own 25, LaHullier took the
22. Then Collins the bal
carrying W FUND
babe is cold;; so is dynamite till punt on his 45, and ambled the over right tackle, lateraled off Winter MonthsIntramural ATHLETICPROGRAM

you fool around with it, I 55 yards to pay dirt helped by to LaHulher to take the ball to
- TO OPEN
at
the: Marine's 12 Bryant plunges Basketball
I STRAIGHT TO THE Jaw aver center to the Marine three NATTC is scheduled to get underway
'
and Tagliaferri drove off tackle sometime in the latter part SATURDAY MORNINGThe

for the touchdown LaHulher converted of this month, and teams representing -
Aviation Fundamentals
Off3uty
al I -
TOT and TAM are
the extra point on a right
Athletic will
k taking advantage of the I program get:
end run. ready
under this
way Saturday morning
TAI pulled the surprise upset gym, which can now be used. with Volley Ball Touch Football,

od and showed themselves to be the The gym, in Building 513, is md Softball helping to make its
- most improved team of the week< available for supervised athletics I Ifbut t

by t defeating TEB to the tune of Monday through Friday from I Every Aviation Fundamentals

6 to 0The 0800 to 1700 daily Any unili lass has a team fur each event .

r I I4 Il lone score, of the game wishing to start practice or play I Classes 16, 17 18 and 10 are ,

:came late in the first half with in the gym should contact Lt I in AVFund League "A," and cTiuuf

TEB knocking at the TAI goa: Sweeten by phone to reserve gym fS 12, 13, 14 and 15 are in AVFuntfr.
me. H was the third (I'lulionuJlCln space Mr. Sweetens phone number League "B." Each class has sent

which TEB had driven far is 2b3. wo men to an officials clinic to
a+a4r.. down into TAI territory, and they learn how to officiate at games.,

vere ramped on the TAI 30 yard; game, but after the lone TA1] ash: team gets 5 points for partio-

line, when Garner uncorked a touchdown, the boys just wouldn't i paling, 10 additional points if Uujr

I ) ass which was intercepted by give in. TAI had the added eer win, and 5 if they lose The ixjintu
\ :iunne, TAI right halfback. Dunne vices of Tom Tedeseo, who was will be tallied at the close) of eae-b

vent the longest distance of the just recently transferred to TA] Leek and results published.

)'rear in going 80 yards for a division from the XO quad. Games of Softball, Volley BalL

owhdown. The try for the extra Paasch, pf TAI played his last I and Touch Foothball will be play

I 'lint failedFront game, as he is awaiting transfer, ed at Fields 3 and 4 on) Allegheny,

.'J fT. ,"&; ;:J .JkTIUCSK .!: that time on) to the and Smith and Webster, both :regulars Lve. at 1015 Saturday, November
finish the fight in a draw. Thebpex :'ame's end" TAI played like a re- were still out from leg injuries 9>. AF-19 plays AF-18 and AF-1T,
1'liUi! went ) to
: on
left to the fate <,f Jimyloefta uvcnaltd( tram, and TEB neverea11Y iixuritd in the XO game lays'AF-16 in all three events, in
} the left is Gordon Whitney landing a ''
\ 1 on mde of Whitney head. Both \\ Hcnouhly) thruutmd after TED was in good ('mullt inn, since, U"rU A" and in League "H"Al"1
whose left has Just: fcld to the >
are from AF 17 Warning. closely behind\ the twp j II ttfcI;: e hat they had a two with lest. betweenJi plays AF-12, and AF3Ilays
bays
AT-14 in all three events,
.
Chief! Al Slnltalo'l TEB; was favored, to win the eatuea



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I Corpus Christi Eleven L k : i


McConnell Mancos And :_ '
Thompson : -

Star In 28.13 Victory Saturday f

By DOUG CROCKET, S2c tt;46'
Ending a thrilling, Frank Merriwell finish, in which "
"Wahoo" Mancos and Glenn McConnell took the parts of J: ti '
the storied hero, the Jax-Navy football team and the Corpus! 4'''':'
Christi Comets staged a gridiron tussle Saturday night .. -
iIII' i which will rank as one of the best ever played at Municipal 'S ''t.'
Stadium as 5,500 screaming football fans went wild over the
local squad.
Showing a fighting spirit no one ever knew they possessed -
the Jaxmen overcame a 13-3 lead by dint of sheer
courage and spirit. Scoring four touchdowns in the last 17
minutes of play, the locals came out on the long end of a
28.13 score.
4'
Stars for the Jax team were Glenn McConnell, "Wahoo" f
Mancos, and "Tuffy" Thompson. McConnell scored three
touchdowns in the last seventeen minutes of play, one on a
1 yard off tackle slant, another on a 50 yard jaunt, and the
last on a spectacular 65 yard run in which he was aided :
greatly by a beautiful body block by Ernie Sandlin. Mancos,
in the role of a story book hero, came off the bench after
being held to small gains all night to run 25;) yards through
f, the whole Corpus Christi team and give Jax the deciding
touchdown. Thompson, meanwhile, was playing a game which
I brought back memories of his great games as an All-Am-
', crican at Minnesota and his days as a professional for the j
Green Bay Packers. Coach Kovalcheck said after the game '
that Thompson ran harder in the Comet game than he did
.....; when he was playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the
I
Packers.
Ii e g I The closest either team came to a score in the first
period was when Luke Ludiker made a half-hearted at-
tempt at a field goal.
At the beginning of the second period, the locals had
possession on the Corpus Christi 37 and Mancos and Clarke ,
combined for a first down on the 25.:> Tuffy Thompson car- .
lied the ball all the way to the ten. Mancos carried to the
five and then Harry Knickelbine dropped back io the 15 and
r f kicked a field goal through the drizzling rain which fell
Maj during most of the second period. The ball hit one of the
uprights and caromed over the bar for three points, placing
Jax-Navy in the lead. ."
Yw Corpus Christi took the Kickoff and started a drive on
their own 30 which came to its climax when Ernie Strong
took the ball on an end around and went fifteen yards
through a befuddled Jax team for the score. Luke Ludiker ,
split the uprights for the extra point. .
Early in the third period, the Comets scored again when
Baudouin clashed over for a score from the six inch marker. .
Luke Ludiker missed the kick and the score stood at 13-3. On
!
this play there was a wild mix-up on the field which was
w broken up immediately. Everyone in the Stadium concededthe
game to Corpus Christi then and there. That is, every '.
one but the Jax-Navy eleven which came to life following _
that scuffle in a way never seen before.
Following the kick-off, they started their first driveof I
the game, but the Comet line stopped them on the 50.
The confident Comets tried to pass, but Howard Hansen
& i came out of nowhere, intercepted, and broke down the side
A S : line. He eluded three tacklers and headed for the distant
y,. goal. The Comets finally hauled him down on the 33. A 15 i
yard holding penalty set the locals back to the 50, but "Tuf- j
o fy" Thompson skirted right end, unleashed a tremendous .
K kw burst of speed to regain the lost ground, going all the way
? 1 down to the 30. Again it was Hansen who went wide around j'
) ::4 end until he was tight-roping along the right sideline. The
Comets had diagnosed the play, however, and were all lined
up, waiting for the big led head. In a bit of running that
would do credit to the great Glenn Davis, Hansen somehow .. I
got away from the whole team, and although he was hit an
immeasurable number of times by desperate Comets, he J
staggered all the way to the one. At this point, Glenn Mc- ,
Connell came off the TV-'I' repLvod: ( T'i'! m.vnn. and went

b off tackle for the ,
It still looked ;au ior the (blue and gum, ,&i \sheer, iw I
IN ITS MOST SENSATIONAL: GAME of the year, the Jax-Navy football team came from be-
hind to score three touchdowns in the last perk)d and top the Corpus Christi Comets 28-13 under they were situated on their own 13 at the beginning of the
the arcs at Municipal Stadium Saturday night. 1-Bud Baudouin, ace Comet quarterback, reaches the last quarter on the short end of a 13.9 score. Knickelbinehit
midfield stripe before being pulled down by "led" Kennedy (on knees). Other locals in the pic- Thompson with a perfect spot pass to bring the oval to
ture are Rollie Rodgers (46)), Dave Culp (42)), Mal vin Harden ((17)), and T. S. Ary (29)), 2-Ernie the 50. Then came the turning point of the game as little"Wahoo"
Strong: left end for the Corpus Christ! eleven, ere> sses the goal line for the second touchdown. Strong
took the ball from Riley on an end around. Ary $,' ives chase. 3-Strong, on a replica of his touchdown Mancos, who had been stopped dead all night by
play is about to be hit by Kennedy (23)), and "\\' ahoo" Mancos. 4-In a fine action picture, Baudouin the heavy visitors' line, replaced Hansen. Mancos% took the
hits the Jax line to score despite the efforts of lodgers ((46)), Curt Dunham ((68)), and Harry Knick pigskin off tackle and churned 20 yards to the thirty. Thomp .,
elblne ((21)). -- son, looking as he did in days of yore, crashed through to
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31 where Jax again took over ona the 25: and then once more it was the indomitable Mancos. .
I Bobby Gault And Tommy White Stars fumble by Jackson Waters heldon Wahoo broke through right tackle so fast he ran right into
I their own six and then took four white jerseys. There didn't seem to be any way the
Tigers Win/ 14-0 Over Edward Watersthe over on downs. Once again the 119-pound triple threat could get away, but he wheeled and

Paced -by the sensational run- Waters 35 and headed for its lege backfield eleven fumbled was set and back the to col-the by a herculean effort tore out of the horde, out racing two
ling of Bobby Gault and the accurate I first score. On the third play, one yard marker. On a poor snap- more Comets and crowing: the goal line to give Jax the lead
aerial tosses of Tommy White passed to Gault on a screen back, Wallace caught the visitors once again.A .
White the Jax Tigers romped over pass across the line and the behind the goal line ann gave the fighting Jax line playing as it never had before .
Edward: Waters College 11-0 last scrappy Chicagoan eluded four Jaxmen another two points for a .... )
threw the Corpus Christi boys back and forced them to punt
Friday before 1,000 or more foot- would-be tacklcrs and did a tight- safety.
ball fans at the Mat The two col- rope walk down the sidelines to Once again Tommy White started to Clarke who carried back to his own 45. Hansen carriedto
ored lads showed up brilliantly tally the first six pointer for the firing away with that whip- the 50 and then McConnell cut off tackle. Glenn twisted
throughout the fracas, and they locals The speedy halt had clip like of his and his
passing arm pass- and fought way through a bevy of opponents, broke
trouble in their off 30 in his route to
little leading ped yards
had ed to Watkins for a 40 yard ad
into the clear and all the to
team to its second straight win paydirt. The try for extra point vance. After running the ball to sped way paydirt.
over the local college eleven. was blocked and the score remained the two, Watkins was downed. On Once again the Jax line stopped the Comets, and Ludi
Jax kicked off to open the 6-0. the next play, Gault took the ball ker kicked to the Jax 35. Once more it was McConnell who, (
game and on the first play of the On the ensuing kick-off, Plas- on an end run and scored withouta on a replica of his two previous touchdowns, went off tackle
fray by Waters Cheatham plowed kett kicked to the opponents' goal hand touching him. The conver- and showed his heels to the whole field as he sped 65 yards \
through and brought the ball-car line to wedge them deep in their sion was blocked, and the Jax
rier down from behind causing own territory. The Jax college men led 14-0 with little less/ than for his third score of the night. That was all the scorin" 1
him to fumble. Jax recovered on ',1\ brought the ball to the two minutes remaining for the game. :