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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1946
Frequency: weekly
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-No. 36 14 November 1946

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command ;


t Announce Thanksgiving Holiday

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'. Service And CivilioD

'N' \ Personnel Win Enjoy

"I :Gt Long Week.End Agnin

With memories of a long Armistice Day week-end still

fresh in their minds, NAS personnel were informed yesterday

w that another long holiday was in store for them
Operations at NAS Jacksonville will be cut to the barest

minimum over the Thanksgiving holidays, it was announcedin

,> Station Memo No. 39-46, signed by Comdr. Paul E. Emrick,

station executive officer. Service

I ,... Chest personnel may be granted liberty:
W""I> "" "" "" ""--"" Community
from the close of working hourson

a Campaign Fund Wednesday, 27 November, until -
the beginning of working hourson
N ,' Reaches 1,967.50Barely Monday, 2 December.
Civilian employees will also b*
t ro &t a :',::;: ; one week old, the annual able to take advantage of the extended
,- Community Chest Campaignamong holiday. Heads of departments
naval activities in the Jack will require only those em- j
sonville area has already netteda ployees whose services are nor ..
total of $1,967.50, it was an- mally required for maintenancework
nounced yesterday by Captain R. such as during the usual
;aa a M, Askin General Chairman. Saturday-Sunday week-ends, to
This amount is far from complete perform duty on Friday, 29 November -
as few units For all others. it mean! -
have wound up a four-day holiday with but one
their solicitation, day, Friday charged to annual t
and many have leave.
failed to turn in Those not having accrued an-
I any reports ot nual leave may take off Friday
I their progress, c with their absence charged to
I 55'S Activities included leave without pay. However, thosa
in this initial l"r accrued annual leave
'., st .. .. .w Rv: '- not having
d 3 S out
v :'- report point -- ...."'ti and desiring to work on Friday
that these gigthe may do so. It will be the respon-
ures are not final sibility of department heads %to(
( and that they provide work for those employeeswho
I will go considerably higher by the report on Friday.
time the campaign is concludedon
Only atchstandcrs and those
21 November
1 .50 necessary to carry on the holiday
5t To date, Com-7 reports $117
routine will be from the
contributed by military personneland
liberty provisions of the Memo in
$6850 by civilian employees
West is the drive regard to military personnel, it
I Iw 2)I Lt. C C. heading was stated. ';
among the military personnel at
: Seventh Naval District Headquarters Decision to extend the holiday ,\
I while Miss Dorothy J. Chanceis over a four-day week-end is in
a i S directing the drive among the keeping with the policy laid down
Y IpddAtaF civilian personnel. by the Navy Department to cur-
I NAATC military personnel have tail activities as much as possv- "
I already turned in $131.55, and civilians ble in the interests of economy.
$51.50. Lt. West is also It was suggested that station
heading the campaign for the Advanced civilian personnel notify their su- ,
$ + i<.yi' ;,ycn,, ?g""aecA Training Command's servo pervisors and department head 1
ice personnel while R. P. Gar- as soon as possible whether or not
I rett is in charge of the drive for they have sufficient annual leave '
> civilian personnel. to cover 29 November so that the .
S NAS is leading all other activi- number not having leave can be

t .. .... >..cs.... ties with $1,37170 reported thus canvassed as to their desire to !
"- far from the military personnel work rather than take leave with-
' ran pictures planes, new (Continued on Page 2) out paTHERE'S >.
tional types. Now the war seems far behind, and pictures like those appearing above
the days which used to be. The photos were taken by the NAS Photo Lab at the Salvage '
II'J Melting Furnace and show one of the former queens of the skies, a TBM Martin Mariner,
death throes. Stripped of her equipment, she is cut to pieces and made ready to be fed
t yawning, hungry mouth of the big oven. Soon her aluminum body will be appearing in all
I household and industrial products in the peacetime world.

'I Rear Adm. Thomas- Quack, QuackFUBAR's I

5 Visits NAS, Talks Companion I=

To Junior OfficersRear Up Great Station

Admiral William H. Thomas
chief of Naval Chaplains, vis- Paging Sherlock Holmes! -----
ited NAS Jacksonville the past The great station mystery is Navy hands recognize
., week, concluding his tour with a "Who's FUBAR's companion?" that "Fubar" means "
lecture at the Student Officers Au- and all our sleuthing has netted F'owled-if you prefer)
ditorium Tuesday night. absolutely nothing. After a weekof All Recognition" It is *
Admiral Thomas flew in from gum-shoeing, wire-tapping, be called a variation, or ,
San Diego Monday morning and truth serums, and lie detectors, derivative, of the
helped review the Armistice Day we are no closer to a solution than crusted term Snafu" I
parade in Jacksonville After the when} we started. Even giving Whatever his name f
parade, the Admiral participatedin FUBAR the third degree was of and whatever his reason j
the remainder of the Armistice no avail, He (or she) just ruffled ing here FUBAR is a
Day program held at the May- his feathers haughtily, and gave come sight to the NAS
flower Hotel. out with nothing more than a disdainful ulation-burroundcd '
I J Tuesday afternoon, the Admiral "QuackL Quack!" I cheered his non-reg
conferred with the 17 Chaplains The new "guest" of NAS Jax hatless head, his I
of the Seventh Naval District at appeared out of nowhere. lie, or I his soiled, "whites," The I
the Chapel, and that night he lec- she, didn't bring a traveling bagor his ludicrous figure
tured at the Student Officers Audi- anything, so no one knows just chalantly across i
orium His subject was "The how long the "guest" is planningto has brought smiles to the
Fourth Dimension" and was one stay Anyway, any friend of everyone who has seen
of a series of lectures given to FUBAR is a friend of ours, so Now you can see him OLDTIMKS: AT NAS have been startled lately to see FU. 'f
I junior officer-pilots here he, or she, can stay as long as it mud pal plodding along BAR, the station's pet duck, wandering around with a constant companion
\ Admiral Thomas left Jax wants to.Newcomers. water puddle, or, should Just who t UBAR mud pal is nobody seems to know for .r
terday for Pensacola where ho have probably been their private scuttlebutt sure It could be a buddy, a mate, or even a motherinlaw.Vhoevel" K
t livered another talk and yeS-I wondering how FUBAR came by er. Building 953 is it is, FUBAR, seems to be enjoying this new-found company and'" t
i is to speak' at Corpus his French-sounding name. Old (Continued on Page never goes around without the other duck trailing along. :.

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recreation consultant came call*,

i CPO CLUB ENTERTAINS' y'S OFFICERS r- Hospital ing.Florida-ward We hope they'll again find soon.their way\

a S Some of the corpsmen were \
Chattery planning a hayride last week ';
McPherson commonly knownthe if' ;
tightest man on the '
JIM MOVERSWhat's offered to pull the wagon to avoid
this! about the lovely having to share so much of the \
Florida sunshine? As we write expense. Benjamin Franklin '

I this mess, boats are pulling up to couldn't have been a tighter man
3 the door to unload passengers But Mac
e I than McPherson. is
nw iI i Well, it's not quite that bad but Scotch, and that explains every
I the weather is damp, nevertheless. thing j'
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iI iI 14. San Juan Avenue must be Darn I

I I SURPPR1SE OF THE WEEK: Sweeney's habitual abode now.

Jack Jackson's transfer to the Information Every time the Irishman goes out

I I desk If any one can he makes for that certain address.
'- I imagine Jackson giving informa- Must be a mighty nice little gal
L tion, they have a much broader out that way, Daniel.
( 7 I'imagination than this department 14. .

1A0 but after all, "Joyce" is from Mentioned a certain fishing party
= Illinois. That accounts for it. last week, but Dr. Burdette
P has that bunch beat, it seems.That's .
'.4" Our girl "Gertie" seems to be one fellow who goes fishing
the most popular thing on the every week, no exceptions. But as
I compound. Gertie, we must state yet we've not heard of him catch
4cj i .. is Wheatlands green car (that ing any fish.

,. statement is debatable) which he j
!.:' so liberally lends out on his duty Eight big winners in the football B I
week-ends. All you have to do to contest this week: Lennon I
: '. engage the loan of Gertie for the and Leonard from C-2; Tobacco of '

S : week-end is to leave one arm or D-l; Goldman, 11mel; !), A-7f I
; collateral with Wheatlandand Sesock A-8 Olson B-2 and Baker
leg as : ; j
< ..w \ she's yours and if she B6. There'll only be a few
gets you back from your destina- more weeks to try your skill and

--- tion, you're one of the chosen chil luck, so drop by the Red Cross i
THE CPO 'irLAIlIosi"to) the 7th Naval District and NAATC staff and heads of depart dren. recreation office for your entry. I
ments Saturday night About 40 staff officers and department heads were present, but a previous engagement 9S14 I. .
prevented Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davison and others of his staff from attending. Shown The Red Cross staff enjoyed visits Let's take a brief trip into that '

I above at the president's table, left to right are Captain L. Y. :Mason, Chief of Staff, ComTND. President from two area representatives place where we keep our butter I
W. F. Merrick, Mrs. :Mason, Lt Comdr, R E. Farkas, Aide to Admiral Davison, Captain William E. last week Miss Mary Mock, assistant and bacon and other precious ;

Gentner, Head of Training, CNAAdvTra, Mrs. Gentner, Mrs. Merrick, Mrs. G. W, Boos, Chief G. W. Boos, director of hospital service, stuff and drag out an orchid or \
assistant secretary-treasurer and Mrs. Virginia Mace. and Miss Shirley McLallen, field I two for Mary Smith Mary puts !

in her dally stint at the Mainside ;
I ALL SET TO GO Ship's Service and then makes a I

r, -- couple of trips over here to do a i
pigskin Parade 5 little ivory tickling on the little I

Red Cross keyboard. That pleas-
11 j' HILL KEI1L, S2c ant music is nice to hear on a

ward, Mary, and we're a-thanking

With the Notre Dame-Army clash now just a memory, I you ]

the experts must settle down to the mammoth task of try- II I And while we're passing out ;

ing to pick an All-American pigskin eleven. This will be one those buds, let's give a garlandto j

of the hardest tasks the sports scribes will have to face forborne I all the patients who did the new
paint job in the flee }call. Have
time. I you had a close look in there
The return of many football greats to the grid scene, lately There was a lot of work

and the addition of many new I -- Wede I behind that nice green glow you
pigskin stars, will probably prove Case of UCLA and Herman see on the walls now, and the fellows
a headache t* the so-called experts I meyer of St. Mary's should be up did a swell job of it.
From the East coast to the I in the running. Case is another .

West, stars have come out of no- brilliant quarter, and if he keeps Who's this girl Sarah Belle] of
where, and now the scribes will the Uclans on the ball like he has the Red Cross office who keeps I
have to come out of almost no- thus far this season, he'll be awfully our boy Moose Reeves up until
where to please the public with hard to keep off the first such late hours nowadays ? And
made the
their selections. eleven Wedemeyer Reeves a confirmed womanhater -
Army is sure to have four prospects first string last season, but has too. Well the best of them .

up in the select group somewhere not had quite as much luck this fall sooner or later, eh, boys?
Blanchard and Davis will fall. He is still showing up as *

no doubt repeat, but not as unanimously brilliantly, but competition is finer This civilian clothes business Is
as the last two years Arnold and has slowed the little Hawaiian eI a nice deal, but when alt the boys

Tucker, the flashy quarter- down. start buying the same darn thing,
end for the
back and brains of the Cadet Lee Bramlett, right it's carrying it too far. So far
eleven, will be right up in the Middies, might end up to be num- we know of three identical suits :
running for first team honors The ber one end for the season. Dick 1 in the corpsmen barracks and four
fourth member of the Army teamto Scott, another :Middle, who holds I' sport coats of the same style.

grab off some honors will be down the pivot spot for the Navy _ t Looks like they could get together -
eleven will be back for his second I :
Barney Poole left end for the .
straight season to try to grab off
Poole has beenne
Army juggernaut. the honor he picked off last year. I Some of the boys have been
of the main cogs in the Ar-
Now that the game-of-the-year telling us that N. E. Prktchett is
defense this I
my's year. has been played you can sit down a little lazy. Now, how could any
will also
pop up
and start figuring out for yourself Georgia boy be lazy? Seriouslywe'd
with about three First,
big men.
n have the lowdownon
who will make like to
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Johnny Lujack is a sure bet to This is really a job,AU-American'j JNAS WAVES rOSE for the photographer on the steps of their the situation. There's (
real for his
give Tucker a run until next week to enter some barracks before taking off by plant for the aircraft exhibition in argument there. Just don't belie)

money for the quarterback slot. more names to the honor rating Cleveland last week. The lucky gals are, left to right, top row, Rose that boy Pritchett is -
Jujack and the Army signal caller sheet. Take it away, KilroyJ! :Marie Divine, Janet Boyle.Martha Glover, and :Marie Desmond; bottom I bition a Southern boy like
are almost evenly matched, so Minerva Brooks and
t. row, Phyllis Poole that!
I this should be one of those close

ones George Connor, big right QuackContinued THEY DISII OUT TilE EQUIPMENT r
Quack 'a
'" tackle for the Irish who halted ___ .......-
Doc Blanchard lastSaturday's
r throughout
( from Fake 1)
game whenever the big I
"I, half tried to advance through FUBAR and his mysterious friend,
;Notre Dame's right side of the I and that's where )'ou'U find them, 1.

&;. line, will venture forth for his keeping their house straight and I at' Y trt
I intriguing all visitors with their ..,
r second All-American honor rating I fa'ffi .
Connor was All-American in duck-like actions. I
f Can Sherlock or the D.A, crack
1942 when he played for Holy
this case ? And if they do, how
Cross, and stands out as the number *
one tackle of 46. Could be soon will the scoop come out f ,.
You see, we'd like to know the answer
wrong, though.
just as much as anyone else frp a Tu
The third Irishman who should
:. squeeze in somewhere along the .

i, line, although it might be second
string labeling, is big Jim Mello, CommunityContinued yIi k
1 booming fullback for the South
from Page 1)
' Benders. Mello has slipped since (
the ND-Navy game, but is due to Captain Francis L. Albert is the \
chairman for the air station, No \s
of action in
; see plenty the final
f. trio of Notre Dame games. figures on the amount contributed ( 'S : \
Georgia should put her amaze so far by NAS civilian employeeswere (
time. M. C. I
available at
,., ing but elusive Charley Tnppi in
solicitation of
>" the first eleven backfield this year, I Jackson is directing
K and if he doesn't make it, It'll be the station's civil employees. "' ,
*> because he'll show up rotten in NATTC, under the chairmanship rrrolYMrAls ,
of Lt Comdr E. W. Andrews, has
the final
games, which
raised $70.00 while the Naval Hospital -
WtI doubt. Trlppi is one of the
campaign, led by Lt Comdr
greatest the South has furnished -
in a long time. S D. Cunningham, has netted

Roving over to the Middlewest, $1 .75.
A breakdown of the contributions
Buddy Young from Illinois will be
thus far from NAS depart
; close J to the top also, along with
ments follows:
Wel.1 meyer and Davis. Bob Chap- A 4k .. . .... . . .. 0.71 t
eras from Michigan, who has starred T-l . .. . .. . . .... .i M5.'J
all season for the Wolverines, Kimtiv ... ....... ... ..... . .5 114.U
IATU . ........ ..... ..... .. .. IIH.71
will eb one of the top-ranking rart heel> .............. ........5 JOK.IIO
backs from the coy nhelt. Pete Pi- VO-VCb! ..i................... .5 12.13 3
hOB, who made All-A merh'an from Co.n.rnie./ion. ,............. .. 101.11
Inrp.rtiun ... ., ..... ..... .......i KV.Ii -
Indiana rating on some last of fan the at sportscribes' right ADO Sopply,.. ....... ............... .1. .'...10it .IOl ..A.... \\OKK ANn NO ."1.1makE's John a dull boy," or no the old saying goes, and it seems as
end, will have to hustle tQ keep Vt W.I,.,. ... .... ........ I 47.10Prblie though the Physical Training Department believes in this because they have a special Athletic Issue
his In the spots .. Wvrki .., . .. v... ,I d6.7'rUrvlaoac :; Room in Building 726. Here, NAS personnel! may obtain sports equipment of all kinds. Bernard
world.pretttlge up and bunncry ..1..... ,I 40..0Tvial Crosby and George Ripley,.above, are repairing,p.broken,}tennis racquet under the supervision of Chief

Out on the West coast, Ernie ............... ...._....1 JI1': .70 Michael Moore who is in charge of the work.I .



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HOME IN OKLAHOMA," starring Roy Rogers. Shows( : at 173U

i and 2000.
"SCARED STIFF" with Jack Haley and Ann Savage. Shows at
1730 and 2000.

Big Nile
I PLACE AND GIRL" Dennis and
THE AIR STATION BAND proved "TIME. featuring Morgan Jack
Carson. Show at 2000 only
a* popular as any big name outfit last SATURDAY
i Friday night at the regular biweekly
Crew's Difnte at Mainside Auditorium "ROLL starring Roy Rogers. at

While leader O. L. McMillan Chief only
Musician isn't trying to steal laurels .
"SCARED STIFF". with Jack and Ann Show at
from Crosby or Sinatra his vocals. Haley Savage.
added color to the evening, The top 2000 only.

photo taken from the balcony at the 0 I
f start of the dance doesn show' the OTHER EVENTS
i huge crowds which jammed the aud :i I
itorium later in the evening. McMillan I DINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.

i U shown at the right In the middle of i f ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
I a dreamy ballad There were plenty x Mustin Road. 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily and at Gear Room, top-
I of local lassies on hand as dancing % w s, side Bldg. 726 0800.1700 on work days.

f partners for the eager white hats and MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Rear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400
I I everyone seemed to have had a bang- daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.

up night BOWI.lNG-Slx alleys located in Mainslde Recreation Building

No. 3. Alleys open from 163 -2131) Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
2100 Saturdays and Sundays.

1 I I BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
; Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after

j MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located In

the South wing of Building No. 955, Is open to NAS personnel and
i1; their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep-
tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
I nograph available for use of all hands.

I a LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Malnside Recreation Build I
II)' J. r. NEI.KX, A('MM ing No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Fiiday. Saturday

Monday evening, 4 November I :u rt from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
the Chief's Club opened Its regular SWIMMING: Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming
I monthly meeting with 63 male 1800-2100 daily, Monday through Friday Saturday from 1000 to 2100.

at id 10 feniala members present. +t Sunday from 1200 to 2100.

but only I three Marine i first sergeants I t wires 4461, Marquette MHU and M glint. Phon. W.2-754.ii H. Allen, I I, GOI r-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily Saturday and Sunday -

were on tap. Wonder why CommercialBulletin I Oak desk ciml or wad heater., tuxedo, ''I! from 0900-1700 Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
. they don't show up more often ? 'I I and o(4i,.r artirlua. Phone t.4iJJ: trunks prohibited on Golf Course.ANCHOR .

Thin club Is as much yours as it Is One It, I mil. blue of, and lItllur.nude in'11 of undreM blue. suit blueapnnu oC'. .\GE-Open daily to( enlisted personnel (with liberty I
the chiefs. Get out of that rut aix* 30" welst. 31" length\ blouse cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason:
and come along once in i awhile>< If it* Sit"I.tll :. plua pea c.wt, lit* Field.
clubor UiillHliis will bfl &('(" 'I.tt'tJ untilttave 33' or : K Hansen. li>K, 37UV
the TENMh and balls available the Train-
there Is anything about -Racquets are at Physical
I ha been filled but no Uterthan 1t.1., Aw, Dewey Park Ext: SIMWhiU
the actions of its members electric 1 {portal! awing mach.ne.I"UI ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustm and
which is not to your liking, let us 1000 Tuesday! Eat: !830. HO HUB ihlU: M., NSIwoploce Yorktown Roads).
: be M.iLE: Imnf room suite, plus aof: .be know and It probably can 142 Chevrolet ,. straightened out. The regular M; NAS.
Park Anne
A-I condition 317V Dewey ?
monthly meeting is for all members Ext.: lI.tH. 1917 Bulck. century goal condition Har YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough
and then is the time for Piper, Cub J.S, In ffil.ftt conlitlim. rery Wlcklilfe" KlilK\ :5J
your centlr' tnKJ.,t e.l. new fabric i control. Bed room suit, living room suite, kitrh-
growling and gripes. Let the ______________ rn III.e..a. pictures. rust. .uokio"
Hoard of Goveinors know what are in hopes of hearing something ails, 51,1 l la' an.I ei.U.. 1444V thilla at" '
N\S. tau 'between l ji| and anus ,
you think 'hnd what some of your real soon On .living nx urn iuit. divan end .choir ,
ideas are, and they will vote on I It shouldn't be more than a few ISO: d...k. $J1: R. I b! Hukman ,,xt "'HIMX : .
them Don't be afraid to stand up i days before the Club Galley swings ,loom hou* brick rJwxl (loorPhon .
and say what you think. We have I into operation. As we said in last 2-3111

t had some pretty good discussions week's column, we hope to put out 1OR RENTthe a
( I Two-roust m>aitment., private .bath 445
a at some of our meetings Get on kind of meals which will actually West Hth M. Phone i.18IIM.AMLI '
W'.)) the thinking caps you fellows, and I I make you drool. It was \\' ) '
let's hear some of your ideas at I I done once before and we are certain Rule from CiyaUl I and tvliAon t.. NAS
the next meeting I that the same can be accomplished I Working huura OSO t 0 111.10) Mtia It"".
Tuesday evening's bingo was a ,f again. So with your kind Rule from viiimtjr; of Margaret ft Frne -
I smashing: success with a record I I"J indulgence we will let this matter t .t or Margaret & ',4i.."e to NAS. II |

a gathering of 103 players The at- 'I drop until there Is more pertinent I'I ext Wotkfnic. I7., hour SM loJ UJi>. Mr. ,Abood I II : ; -

-- ten ants were kept busy all eve I II 'I, information to be given out Rid from H.iiMn A B-..,,r to NAS. Mildrrj -
I mug with hardly time enough between It Is nice to have Chief and Rxborn. ext, U4.
WAN1'UD Two R lr.HHn Hmw Apart
I t games to catch a smoke or )! Mrs Bilderbeck back with us aft i I went, Contact Lt. Itavia, 74.
;, # a refreshing drink. We sincerely : er their leave. Feathets', as he Wanted to rent t or S hr ant or hotira.
hope that there will be as many at i is better known on the golf course i unfurnihe' near NAs Retiring; In l>*eA .
I will reniilt-nt. Have to
4 our next Bingo as there was at and Childs Street is a very active move from proaent NS h.M..... upon ;, .
lat Tuesday's. The lucky ones at member of the Entertainment expiration of teimmal leave but prefer .'e ..
this Bingo were repeaters again, Committee Did you have a nice to art fettled and! move.:! a* early atp.mmble
P. .shaw. ( Y. Bllg! 500.i ,
not for the Grand Prize, however( | time on your leave, 'Feathers ? Phone:: 3\1': t.
Chief Whltfteld carried away the A vote of thanks and a very I I.OST'

case of beer. Chief Whitley won well done to our president Chief I Huh ichool ring, Contact Cunur. BIU. ,".
the second free game of the evening Merrick Aside from holding down 233 ml iMGrrr ; .
and lo and behold if our old the job, and it is a big Job asI I aid*rowhoat and never, taken. rettirnH from .a Anybody pier. at Main-havpresident -

buddy; Chief Leroy "Lucky" Jour- Chief Merrick has been, ins soc Inor"'I\I"n a* to ..where-abuuta
dabs didn't walk off with the more or'less, a glorified messenger I>leHM cull Leonard 7yu.>l Mki. ...1.. 460
Grand Prize of the evening, Con- boy Every time he is seen about its r wnnlBiltfoll ; ,
pirked up In Ship Service M 'rchxmliart -
gratulations ib you chief and let'ss.'e the base he is on his way to do or More Patty la known and if
you there next Tuesday evening to get something for the club, Never returned Immedmlely n.> action will, lito
.. Wonder why Chief "1313"i has he missed a meeting or a so- taken.MI Return rntmter t.>anytime ship I a. Servica merihiuul 1J1 ) .

i Latrico and hU charming wife cial function. LOST One Hitfh .Sch,.<< n... Rind I..kThat.s .
t weren't there What happened all for now, folks More Onyx. with the Initials' H. K. A. hind ''>
*r -turn tt II. L. "Lixik at that thing! I and I thought they were only kidding \If
Armstrong In
Pete? Folks we would like to say next; week. rx,!;,':7.( ;.. Uewar.1. about a square nt'NIlt14 \." ,.I
j that we are very sony that there -- -- -- --
I ----- -- -
were so many little feathered .:
things amongst your maikers. For STALEMATE ny Harold Jones, si Model Lover

your further comfort and peace of
mind, we have changed all of the
old bean for new ones Isn't that :... .
mVl I

The special,Ung of the Board A

of Governors which was supposed 7a"tl l
,: to have taken place Wednesday v 1
t evening was a joke. Seems as if i
only three members of the Board

were present. One of the others
had the well-known "duty", and .
another was on his ship at May-
pOi t, but where were the other
two members ? There will be an-

other meeting tonight. Hope that
this will be the last one for awhile.

We haven't had any more dope

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} Jt\\ S I Poetic LicenseAir I liT'S A TOUGH LIFE By-Sleeves

Editorial Office ships that cross the evening sky

South Wing, Lower Deck, Bldg. 930 With wings so lightly drawn

Telephone Extension 8542 Are dream boats passing on to sail

Arthur M. Greene, Editor The rose cascade of dawn. a DA D
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the M. McDermon, Supply Dept. p
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no *
expense to the government and in compliance with -
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 May 1945. Copiesare ILa
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Christmas PartyThe
Station the Naval Air Technical Training Center: ,
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train- Children's Christmas Party has been; s st a ., .
ing Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval set for Tuesday, 24 December, at 1330. All -f, r y' ;In .
District Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field< children whose parents are on duty in the r i r s t
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S, Naval Jacksonville area are cordially invited. It i is

Hospital. Rear Admiral Ralph E. Datlion regretted that this year it will be impossible
Commandant Seventh Naval District to invite children of naval personnel whose
Chief of :Naval Air Advanced Training
fathers are on duty elsewhere. There will bean
Captain Anthony n-;;: USN, Commanding
Jacksonville Naval Air Station entertainment program, gifts for every;

i L. Captain, Howard V. Hopklnn, USN, CommandingL. child, and refreshments. Santa Claus will be
I .. Naval Air Technical raining Centerk present in person. It is important that the<

Captain Robert M. Glllett (MC), USN Commanding committee know exactly how many children
L U. S. Naval Hospital will be present. Therefore, every parent i is:

Curtain F. W. Prlritman, USNR, Commanding requested to fill in the form below and sendit ..
Naval Air K* *rv. Training Unit General Chairman
to Chaplain F. L. Albert, J1'Boydid
Lt. ('...t. Alexander' Vnndegrift liarracksComdr. Jr., USMC. CommandingMarine : of the Christmas Committee, at the Chapel, 1

Box 6, NA ,. -
Jules F. Schumacher, USN Commanding!
:Naval l Air I Gunnery; Range
ComJr. F. J. Brush, USN. Commanding Name of Child
Air Station Cecil Field r
Naval: Auxiliary
I he eat you out! l :?'
CsrU Alexander: M. {..arll, USMO II'
Marine; Aviation Detachment Age Sex

To JAX AIR NEWS receives Shlp'a Editorial Association ma I BOOK SHELF I :
terlal. Republication of credited matter prohibited without
permission of SEA, Washington 25, D. C. Republication of an1; Father's :Name
other matter, except by service publication, U prohibit
without permission of Editor, JAX AIR :NEWS. If you like good animal storks,

Rate__ Div the library has two new collec-

tions for you. ANIMAL TALESby
Public RelationsEvery I
By SKIPPER EDGE !SpS)2c" ( ) Ivan T. Sanderson is an anthology
the uni- of animal literature of all
and wearing
man woman Whew, that
Hey of the stories are
form of the United States Navy, as well as long week-end finally ended. You true, some are fiction, and they
regularly assigned public information offi- could look in almost any direc- are all illustrated with brush paint-
cers, has a job to do selling the Navy to the Tleuus an3Vieu.s 1rnlnStnt tion and not see a person or a car.the ings by the author. Each tale Is
Felt like were lost on
public. Since Mr.: Average Citizen's most enduring we And then laid in a well-defined region of
Sahara somewhere.
the earth, and at the beginning of
impressions of the Navy are formedby Tuesday morning, as if the station is the land
each story an essay on ;
his personal contacts with people and had been given a hypo, it suddenly its flora and fauna, its ecological
things of the Navy/'a more descriptive term sprang to life. Well, it makes us significance, and a brief sketch of
might be applied to public information- While attending "Captain's Masts" re- feel better to see people, anyway. the author. A TREASURY OF
human relations. cently, I have repeatedly heard stories of men When they say, "LongVeekend", ANIMAL STORIES, selected by
the and gals really scatter,,
guys Louise :Mally, Includes stories by
the who had gone AWOL because of some trou-
The importance of impressing upon don't they? different authors-Kipling,
public that the Navy is America's first line ble at home which they thought demanded If you enjoy a good, long laugh,, many Steinbeck, Thurber, H. G. Wells,
of defense can not be stressed too stronglyor their presence. In not one instance have any ask Mickey Evans about the crateof Victor Hugo, and numerous oth-
too often. If we believe it ourselves, thenit of these men said they requested help,from eggs which were "expressed"to ers. If you are particularly Interested
her. Don't be bashful, Mickey,, in in DUMBBELLAND
the office other office. dogs
becomes our DUTY to make the public Chaplains' or any
come on and give with the answer. OTHERS you have a prize
realize it. It is our obligation to tell themto There are very few problems which can- That's enough, that's enough, takeit package of dog stories written by
show, to explain. We must make them not be handled by our Chaplains either in back. John Taintor Foote.

realize that the Navy must continue as the their office or in the office of Navy relief. Two of our ambitious gals took If your interest In animals U
first factor in national security. To fail to The Navy has made generous provisions for the trip to Sarasota, Fla., this from the hunting angle, C. E. Ha-
failed in naval which make it week-end to enter a swimmingmeet gle tells HOW TO HUNT NORTH
convince them of this is to have our personnel' unnecessaryFor there which turned out to bea AMERICAN BIG GAME. He offers -
duty just as surely as if we had :walked any person in the naval service to take State championship meet. Not authentic information on every
out on our job. matters in his own hands in a moment of to be scared out of it, they entered. phase of hunting from the selection -
It must be remembered that there is a need. For that reason it always sounds a lit- Sarah Ann "Sammy" Davis took of a hunting territory to
growing lack of interest in the aimed serv- tle ridiculous to hear some man explain his part in the diving to place fourth, bringing home your meat and tro-
two behind the third
just points phies lIe discusses, in individual
ices. It is apparent everywhere. AlthoughVJ unauthorized absence from duty with some place gal. Barbara Wright swam chapters, all of the various big
Day is litHe more than a year old, the story of hardship at home. When nothing the 200-meter free-style making a game animals of the United States
great achievements of America's armed further can be done to give a man sufficient good showing. Hats off to you and Canada.A .
forces are already dimming memories. In help with his problems without his actual I gals for trying, and good luck to new addition *to the library
both future
in meets.
and in the at home leave can always you collection in another field is 5.000
the revulsion against war, eager- presence an emergency I Remember
our speaking of Merrily YEARS OF GEMS AND JEWELRY. -
ness to get at the business of peace, the be arranged. Kurtz and her goldfish a few This is an interesting .volume -
services are already being forgotten or ig- It is hardly possible that a man could I weeks ago? It seems she went giving the history of many
nored. And in the urge to economize, the have a problem too difficult to be handled if I away this last week-end and Jo gems, telling the legends of fa
armed forces are being even further weak- he brought it to the right place early enough. I Fogelman was elected to care for ous jewels, as well as giving fa
the fish. Uh, huh! And have you about the substance of gem,
ened.But The Chaplain can certainly do more for him ever seen a goldfish stand straightup where and how they are mined,
while every individual in the Navy when the problem is in its early stages than and down in the water? That's and how they rank in rarity and

molds public opinion, public information of- anyone can do after Station or Navy Regulations right "stone cold dead in the market value.
ficers have still a more difficult task. They have been violated and the offender is ." Sorry, Merrily. Better luck In WHERE ARE WE HEADIN\'

must be brimming over with ideas, a bun brought before theCommanding Officer. Its next time.cold" is The unknown.cause of being"Atone Sumner Welles reports on the dc7 ..

dle of energy, and have a keen sense of posi- nothing more than good business and common Short and sweet this week, well ings makers of since American 1944 when foreign his previous policy-

tive publicity. They must drive home the sense to solicit help with problems which short, anyway. Haven't been nosy book, TIME FOR DECISION,
idea that the Navy is the No. 1 factor in na- are of a serious nature, and it is certainly enough, we guess. See you again was published. Mr. Welles believes
tional security through every means at their easier to help such a person before he has to next week In the meantime, let's that the United States has lost the
have some news flashes.Universal opportunity which it had to lead
command-in speeches, press releases, exhib- face the Captain who has no alternative but > the world to peace and decent liv
its. They must arrange for talks before civic to treat each offense according to its serious- ing. Against the number of gpod
groups and at schools. They must plan Bible things which have been accomp-

"Open House" at ships and stations, and ness.Just remember, our office is always anxious Sunday Will Be lished, :Mr. Welles lists an appalling
have the Navy join in local celebrations.It's with number of failures. He feels as
> to help in any way possible problems Observed many that our foreign policy has
not an easy job for the public infor- which we all face sooner or later. But see us At NAS become purely opportunistic and

mation officers or the rest of the Navy, but Before you do anything rash.Chaplain Under the theme of "The Wordof that the Western democracies have

it must be done. What's more, it can be R. L. Stamper. rower for a rower Age.." AUSaints' abandoned their principles. While
done-and more easily than we imagineif you may not agree entirely with
Chapel will observe next
his judgment on events or his suggestions -
we make up our minds to do it. CIVILIANS BUY PLANES Sunday, 17 November, a8 Universal for the future, the boob) \
Bible Sunday. ChaplainE. deals with a pertinent .
(SEA-Though) aviation enterprises W. Andrew of NATTO will vital interest, particularly at the
Uniform Tests OverSEA bought 65 per cent of the first 16,000 planes preach at the 0930 service on present time
sold by the War Assets Administration, 66
the subject: "God's Word In the
( ) -The practical tests are over. per cent of the total number of buyers have "
Comments official> and unofficial-are rolling been> private fliers. California, Texas and Modern World. At the 1045service : JUjirTJiUJti#)

in to BuPers. But it will be several Florida residents purchased one-third of the Miss Marjorie Gray will

months before the Permanent, Naval Uni- planes> and more aircraft were purchased by king as a solo "The Lord's Pray 'At tb. Station Chapels Birmingham.
er" by Malottt, and Chaplain W. Road and Mu.Un ArenasProlestsu9
finishes compiling and evalu
form Board than
residents of Los Angeles County, Calif.,
Ming comments on the uniform from the by> residents in 20 states. It.mon Stevensonlll on "How /Shall preach We the Head ser 07JO-Holy Communion Cbaplsls
W. K. Stevcnion.
men in the Fleet and official observers. The the Bible?" The American Bible 0930-NATTO S.rvJo_CbiplaSa E. V.
tremendous task is merely half-done. same results as past polls. The majority of Society halt published. a leaflet Andrew.
Tests were conducted on ships and stations men still prefer the traditional uniform to giving a suggested schedule of tfSO Chaplain-Sunday School. K. ,Stevenson Small ChaixO.,

where men in the Fleet wore the proposed the proposed one, though many agree that dally Bible readings from W -L Stevenson>.vln S rYlcM-Cbaplaln W. R.
minor changes would be in order. ThankftgUing to Christmas, fea-
new uniforms. The tests were com- some turing tome of the spiritual Cat.olle
pleted on 1 October. By 24 October reports Those who were entirely in favor of the pioneers of the Bible who found 0700 0900--M MaBi."
had reached to BuPers from one major ac- old uniform composed 55 per cent of thetoW the "Word of Power" for the age 1100-Man.

tivity. The Uniform Board is discussing ; 24 per cent thought that some changes In \\hkli they were called to An drIB Outdoor!I. maintained Nursery tat l tw UDall..n OWO ohn-
live. This leaflet
ought to be made; 13 per cent thought the is available at and 1200. .
these comments. the Ckapltin's Of flee* and will be JtwUh Religious Service M4FclUwiklp
Meanwhile: polls taken of regular Navy old uniform should be discarded entirely, distributed at the terrfc en Hour Chapel.
18C -Frd y In tb Small
\F\ men in recent weeks have shown much the and 8 per cent :were indifferent. 8und y.

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-- A&R :JI
i "F 'i
ra. + .a: r Engineering-by: Fred E. Clyne
1.i Seeing that we were cut down a I I

little last week, maybe we will geta sons to Ignore the "No Smoking"' ,
little more space this week. As signs which were plastered all over
far as human interest stories are the place. These persons go strolling ,
concerned, they are few and far lack-a-dastically through the i
between these days. Everywhereyou shop blowing smoke rings, happily .,
: go there's a bottleneck. We unaware of the havoc which one

j : do have some new people in En- adventuresome little spark from
frx gineering, though, Bill Sturgeon, their cigarettes could create. So
Jack Smith, and Jean Pierce, all the fence is to keep these persona
in the Duplicating Shop, O. K out of the Carburetor Shop and

4 ,, 5. $ Tracy, let's have some of that pro the Carburetor Shop out of the
duction now next county.
Jack Smith, who just reenlistedin .
the Navy, has ha* four yearsof
general service. He also is one Inspecting

of those "Underground Farmers"from '
Philadelphia. Just ask him The

how he likes "Airdales". One in ...

particular, that is.
Jean Pierce, another sailor, is a

native of Washington, Georgia. By HELEN BURNETTS .

Well, Georgia scores-again in En- Did you know the Inspection

e-ineeriner. Department t Bowling Team hold
a a, sC a i We don't want to forget Shorty first place in the A&R League 71!
.Yi I'
#t > this week. He
Blanchette again What's more, they Intend to hold
just learned how to ride a scooter. this spot. There are ten more

Congratulations, Shorty! nights of playing, with 3-game series
Tom McLaughlin didn't bowl for Al
at the Southside Bowling
his team last week-end. His mother -
ley-and we hope the "boys" end
came in from New Orleans to
i 1 J. ia: l1 t., -. -,. dj see him before he takes that fatal up Have with you a victorious met the team.gruesome

CAPTAIN ROBERT C. JOHNSON, Public Works Officer, congratulates Ronald Butcher for his step. Good luck, Tom. three in the Instrument Shop?
modification on a Weil Turbine Pump, submitted jointly with J R. Woodrum, second from left. S. R Anyone knowing of a single, tall, Introducing Bob "Boob" Mize,
1- Harrison, left, received an award in recognition of his suggestion for the continuous oiling of chainson dark, and of course, handsome "Politician" Gelinas, and Bob'
station scooters. The awards to these employees, totaling $275, were made by Captain Johnson in the young man with a big bank roll, "Egghead" Jenkins. Warning! Be.

latte s office last week. no brains necessary, contact Mary ware if you value your sanity.
Carmichael in the test lab. Just
We are all wondering how Ve-
kidding, Mary! ronica made out on "Sadie Hawk
Clerical Clarence Lamb is revamping ins How about a state.. )
Oldest Day"
SUpPLiLLlES I Station's
!.v Technical Files in Hangar 123. All ment, Veronica?
obsolete prints and data are being
E. A. Adams
What is this Inspector
') Employee Goes To Green CoveThe removed, leaving an up-to-date and is going about bragging ont
} \ efficient place to receive The number on his badge isn't 15,
I tion. Atta boy, Clarence. but that number is mentioned in
station's oldest clerical em Engine Overhaul by Cad W. his boasts.J. .

ployee from the standpoint of service PJ.a.'er-My, how tempus fugits'l!! P. Werkheiser, Inspector In !
I Peter E. Capps, personne Seems like only yesterday. As a Engine Overhaul, has been out of .
By CLAIIA E. SEER clerk of the Public Works Department matter of fact, it was yesterday. work for a week or more on the t
left NAS last week to assume But enough of this idle chatter,
The Supply checker tournament sick list. We hope you will soon J
resulted in the following scores: duties as chief clerk in the and leave us make with news of i be able to be back with us, John. '"

Won Loss office of the Resident Officer-in- the moment. Inspector A W. Pitts, another 1
:Moore (new champion).... 16 3 Charge of Construction at the Harold A. Smith of Shop 1321 inspector lost by the reduction-in-
for leave for periodof
Rountree gunner-up) 13 !8 Green Cove Springs Naval Station has applied force, has announced his future

Cameron .............................. 13 12. Pete first entered civil service in November"I desire 6th through this leave Novem-for plans. He and his "buddy" will r:
McDuffie ............................. 5 !8 February, 1939, when he accepteda ber of taking unto'myself open an airfield in St. Mary's .J

Gorsuch ................................ 4 11; position with the Supply De the wife purpose" states Harold. So we pro- Georgia, in the very near future,.
Gardner ................................ 4 13: partment at the Charleston Navy a heartiest kind of congratu- where they plan to handle all t
fer the
Yard. He then transferred to the types of flying services .. .
A certain player with a yen for Office of the Officer-ln-Charge ol lations to you, Harold, and we'll be such as charter service, flight instruction
following the rules announces that Construction for the Jacksonville expecting cigars from you-in a airplanes for rent, over
his rule book has now been returned Naval Air Station. After watch- year or so. hauling of airplanes, and also instructions -
from the publisher with all ing the station grow, Pete again There is no question about the under the G. L Training
errors corrected, and that he is felt the urge to travel and accepted Beneficial Suggestion Program's Program. Oh, yes, you may
willing to lend it to the low scor a transfer to the Office ol being a paying proposition. By also buy gasoline, etc. As soon as
ers in the tournament.The the Resident Officer-in-Charge of this statement we mean that eight things get under way the public
Bowling League is rolling Construction in Homestead Flor Engine Overhaul employees were is invited to the Air Show which

along now with four regular teams. ida, in May, 1941, > paid checks totalling four hundred will be held the latter part of the
Frank Reiter was the hero of last I Tiring of the sights of Miami,, s sixty-one dollars and fifty cents on month. Congratulations to you, i
week, rolling a high game of 195,, I he transferred back to NAS in November October 31st for suggestionswhich "Art", and we hope the enterprise !
which incidentally, is a record high : 1942, and has remained they had submitted. These will be very successful to both of
for the season. Stock Control had here ever since, checks were awarded to the recipi- a

quite a gallery of rooters and I Here's the way Pete sums up his ents by C. G. Hart, Engine Over- you.The welcomes the
everybody seemed to enjoy the eve I life: haul senior civilian supervisor, in department Sut-
John J.
following new men:
ning. How about some more sup I "I was born in a charming little a brief ceremony. The following J.
porters coming out to spur their I cattle-town called Ardmore, Ok- There were 1,000 Indians, 1,000 I persons were awarded checks;; ton, ACMM; L. Thompson, ACMM; ;J
F. C. Cheshire ARM1 J. B. Burt
favorite team on to victory? Mexicans 1,000 whites, and 4,000dogs. L. $121.60 HarryH. ; ,
IS lahoma, on 7 March 1916 much to : Douglas King, ; ARM1 and R. A. Duvall, ARM1. j'
'- Verily, verily, the spooks must my disgust as I had always wanted It was a nice town, the dogs Wade, $20.60; William S. Kurtz,, R. B.; Joyce, ACMM, and his wife
I have been walking in Supply ont to be born in Paris, Washington, were friendly $81. O; Frank A. Valdes, $20.60;; celebrated their eighth wedding
Hallowe'en day. It was one of Jesup, Georgia, or some other metropolis however, at the age of two, 1 Lester H. Stowers $20.60; John T.. anniversary on November 8th- ,

those gorgeous, balmy days the I Ardmore was a fast- heard of a tuition to the east called Stuart, $61.60; Julian A. Jenkins,, and says the Chief, "the lil' woman -
poets write about. Without dream- growing town of 7,000 inhabitants. "Florida" and immediately packedmy $12.30; and Fred S. Pedrick, three is still tops with me." Congratulations i
ing why, some of the personnel developed four-squares. 1 laid over in checks, $20.60, $2060, and $8150., to both of you, Chief, and .
headaches and took aspirin I tor trip to Miami.VACATIONS Birmingham a year; train schedules So, my friends, do not be timid.If .. many more happy returns of the i!
after aspirin! Others turned on : Edith :Mattox were slow then. Finally, in you have a suggestion which dayl!
electric fans! Perspiration beganto (Award) is enjoying a week's va- 1919, / arrived (in sunny Jackson- will save the Government moneyor 1
stream down! Gradually exclamations cation in Miami visiting old friends ville. It was raining. It (is still time, just fill out the blanks and

some couched in language and sight-seeing raining. After stagnating a few drop them in one of the numerous INSIDE
more forceful than picturesque, be- Zola Epting (FollOw.Up) Is tak- years, I decided that procuring an beneficial suggestion boxes around
) -" gan to resound around the build- ing two week's leave entertaining education way the easiest way to A&R. Your ideas will definitelybe I
ing: "Why, the steam heat's on!" relatives from St. Louis and Kirks- avoid work, so for the next 12 investigated and quite possiblywill PUBLIC WORKS

Stock Control celebrated Hal- ville, Missouri years I made the local teachers regret pay ort for you. Perhaps that
lowe'en with a party at The Pines :Mr. Boxx (Shipping) and Mrs. their profession. I completed little tool or jig you devised to By JUANITA WISE
in honor of Louise Dwelle Johnson, Box (Minor Structural) reported Andrew (Broadus) Jackson High make your Job easier might even The Public Works Departmentis
who is enjoying home life by this a wonderful motor trip to Salt 'School in 1936 and had, by then, make your financial pathway a lit- sorry to lose Peter Capps per-
time. About forty were present Lake City. They visited the Navy I reached the conclusion that schooling tle easier, too. sonnel clerk who resigned last
; and reported a great time. Base, copper mines, and a mink was enjoyable but lacked a fu Woody swears that Charlie Martin week. He was so well liked and

I Charlie Padgett (Shop Stores) factory. They went bathing in Salt ture. Besides, it didn't pay and 1 is the type who would drop a respected by everyone in the de
} in water 40 degrees. One partment. After four ;years here
has been at home washing, cook- Lake wanted to buy my own pin-ball ma- slug in a blind man's cup.
members of hesitates to believe this, but on as a personnel clerk, he has transferred
ing for the family, and getting his HOBBIES: Two chine. I took a job, being too nervous .
to the Naval
have the same hob the: other hand who should know Station
> off to school. Yard Delivery to steal.
1f' seven-year-old
f No- by-gardening. Dwight Vernam Charlie better than Woody? How- Cove Springs, to accept the position
Reason: a second son born three intermittent
After years as chief clerk under the Resident
Inasmuch believe in
much interested ever, as we
Mrs. and Raymond Bracey are
vember 3rd. As to the name, and pleasant periods
and employment fairness and to all what Officer-in-c iarge of Con-
: in their fall gardens justice ,
Padgett hasn't decided yet. I accepted a position -
struction. '
minute to them. have you to say in your behalf, .
has devote spare
Arthur Allen (Accounting) every ( in the Supply Department of A few weeks ago Design was .
Charles? I
been accepted by the Scottish Rite, They have planted onion, carrots, the Charleston, S, C. Navy Yard in given all the credit for the .
to prep.
and lettuce and Preview of things come ,
fourteenth degree beets, cabbage report
and completed the 1939. There belief
February, my aration of the
display depicting
time another In a few days now you'll be see-
November 2nd. Congratulations that\ George Washington was the'ather the surrender of Japan In TokyoHarbor
inch is added to their height. ing a fence around the Carburetor
corrected -
of my country was Shop. However, you won't be hear- Actually Design and
Dwight also is cherishing some
The Proposal Section is missing it was Robert E. Lee Maintenance 1.
which ; ing the employees of this shop : are working hand.
had strawberries, get preferred
Irene Halbrook who has an
attention. Having learned to pronounce"eight" yelling "Don't fence me in," because : In-hand in the design and construction J
operation in Tampa. She expects wish Bobbie Dixon (Storehouse) has like "et" (see John Inabi- they all know that the fence of the display. The pub .
to be away four weeks. We to the OfficerinCharge lic will be able to view it
"e unusual hobby-it's Georgia. nettl transferred will be erected strictly for their probe \
,_ i her good luck. Emily Freer She home to Blackshear, of Construction of the personal safety. In the past it : ably by the middle of December. i.
Personnel is at home convalescing goes
( ) Georgia, every other week. She Jacksonville Naval Air Station on has not been uncommon for per- I If anyone notices Jennie Far. x
? Personnel 2 January 1940. Offices were then ford (Maint.) walking aroundwith
and Moultrie Smith ( )
ARMISTICE UEEK-EN'D laim the same home town. ila the Federal Building, from which tooter in Key West for practically her head slightly; "puffed tip*
INGS: Edna Brunson (Follow- Leo :Moore (Minor Structural) ice moved to what is now the post everything; it wasn't a good mixer. these days, it's not conceit; tt'. .P
Up) attended the Georgia-Florida the station in Homestead just family pride. Haven't
to stopped by D. L. Dick's home recently office building' on The chief attraction of you
football game. She also went and remarked at the number March, 1910. The station grew up, leas its nearness to Miami heard about that little brother of
St. Augustine to visit her new of coats of paint being used. roe commissioned in October, 1910, The project was completed in hers who plays fullback for the .
niece and namesake. Lois that D. L was painting and started to settle down November, 1942, and I returned to Andrew Jackson "Tigers" and wha
1: k.. Miller (Follow-Up) also attended tt seems is v
really doing alt
the Jacksonville station right for himself
and 1941 1 transferred to assuming "
after hree coats, two on the house In May, ,j
the Georgia-Florida game, '
.., the Resident Officern duty as a personnel clerk; tn the
Geor- one on himself. Seriously though, the Office of
which she left for Woodbine, Annetta
Iii :r'\ the house is beginning to look' Charge Construction in Home- Publio! Work Department, to BUderback, PWO'a
Geneva -
to visit her parents. office is
gin back
i' clerk. The which position 1 have strugglednnce. after & :
Bright and shiny. stead, Florida, as chief
) spent
(Follow-Up ,vacation in
Ii) 18-inch I am now transferring to Minnesota and
Billie Cox McGeorge is in Jack- project provided for an waer ,
home Quincy,
I the at her ana. She
I holiday and her
: I 145 the Office of the Resident Officer husband flew
kick out of lonville visiting her mother. Since pipe to be laid underground I
Florida, and got a big IM of Construction at up and back and had a wonderful j) r
: Homestead to Key Charge
I good her marriage, she has been having ,miles from
.'I just sleeping and eating I ''Canada the N there. NAAB, Green Cove Springs as time, but they yay it', awful .
r t'+I home-cooked food. Ruth a marvelous time visiting I Vest-for 'Nar'y use to be back. late
, i .' Crosier (Contract) enjoyed a mo- I. Philadelphia and St. Petersburg. prior tf th tf the used t-tt chief clerk. i


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I ,l,; Although the weather remains
balmy it won't be long before blue
will be called for inspections. So
NATTC be prepared and don't be one of
the ones caught short,

TIIUKsl\Y-MYSTERIOUS MR VALENTINE with William I The car repair lot U growing
Henry. and Linda Sterling. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000) I slowly, This space back of the auditorium -
.. ..tm.YNU SAll'RUAY-DARK MIRROR, starring Olivia U being fixed up for those
l DeHautand and Lew Ayers Shows at 1400 1730 and 2000. that want to work on their cars
r SUM),VY-OUT OF THIS WORLD, featuring Eddie Bracken, The shape jalopies are in these ..
Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000 days an overhaul usually ends up
IOM\Y ANU TI'KS I)4Y-TIME, PLACE AND GIRL with In a complete teardown, and we
Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. want the lot for the purpose of
\\KIKNESI\Y-ROLL ON TEXAS MOON, with Roy Rogers and keeping the grounds from being
b.- Dale Evans Shows at 1400 1730 and 201>0. strewn with car parts In addition
TII1tsU.\' Y-SCARED STIFF, with Jack Haley and Ann Savage. we hope to equip the place-
Shows at 1400, 1730 and 200. with grease rack, wash rack, and
a few benches and stuff to aid
Yellow Water- those that are attempting to keep

1'ICTl'ItEU AUOVE reviewing Armistice Day Parade In Jack. some pile running Although none
THURSDAY-NO SHOW. I of these installed )
FRIDAY AM S.\1'Ulm\Y-SUN VALLEY SERENADE, with onvllle are Capt. F. L. Albert (ChC) (left) Capt. H, V. Hopkins, want all car work are done there start"yet
Commanding: Officer of the Naval Air Technical Training Center;
Payne Sonja Ing right now One of these
Capt. R M. Gillett. Senior Medical: Officer USNH; Rear Admiral days
MR. VALENTINE, starring William used will loosen
Win N Thomas, Chief of Naval Chaplains; and Brig Gen Stafe. cars up a bit and
Ifrnry and Linda Sterling. there will be a lot more of them
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MOM\Y AM TUF IAY-DARK MIRROR, with Olivia De- -- around the station which Is great

Haviland and Lew Ayers.WEDNKSIUY hQARn 'Organ RecitalTo stuff and we are all for it, but we
-OUT OF THIS WORLD, with Eddie Bracken. want to keep things under control.
Tilt'KxDAl'-NO SHOW Be Presented And while I think of it the Head

Plumber told me the other day
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD that he was prepared to shoot
Thanksgiving I anyone he could catch pouring,
IIOHIIY SHOP Monday through Friday,
waste oil down a !sewer. Not
211', Saturday, 1300-2130. New location: in Bldg II... known California organist, I (U this dangerous but it only
Wing No 1. Instructors on duty for leather Mrs. Laurence A, Hebert will pre- I the works. gums up

model airplanes. If everyone had as swell a week sent an organ recital for the bene- .,
FLKhTS IN-Beer sold nightly 1730-2130. 1100S end as McNally, we know you fit of naval personnel l of this sta- NOTICE
wiches: and snacks available. had a wonderful time. McNallywas tion on Thanksgiving eve, November The Hunting and
FUhlng Club
i 27th, at 1930 in the All Saints
nO\\'l.INU-Slx alleys.behind Ship's Service in Sarasota for the Florida will meet every WetlnrmUy afternoon .
able to all personnel Monday through A. A U. swimming meet. How- Protestant Chapel Mrs. Hebert, a at 1615 In Itldg. 501.
1700-2130. Free bowling if you set your own pine ever, it is believed he was detracted demonstrator for the Hammond --- -
lOc a line for pin boys by our famous' Florida swimming Organ Co. is considered one of the
beauties But who wouldn't nation's outstanding Hammond or- JAX AW NEWS
SWIMMING-(All Outdoor Pools Closed) Indoor be ? ganists. NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL

Pool Bldg 814, Recreational Swimming. Monday, This was a big week-end for Program Is as follows: TRAINING CENTER

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 0900 to 1200. Monday football all over the country and i By a Roadside Fire.......... Rodgers Captain Howard V. Hopkina. USN.

I through Friday, 1800 to 2045.: Saturday. 1000 to 1200, no less for the AEM Sparkles I Fountain Reverie..................Fletcher Commanding
: 1200 to 1600() 1700 Combine teamwork that clicks\ An Episode......._...._.............. ...Ross Commnndjr Robert P. Uwb, USN.
1300 to 1600, 1700 to 2045. Sunday with a "hit 'em hard and keep I Caprice nnois..Krelsler Kx; "cutiv.
Editorial Offices
to 2045: going" spirit and you have the Arioso ............ ..................._.... Handel"Break" Section, Rooms 7 and 138,
the TAI elev-
Sparkles trouncing for Devotional ServiceAndante Administration
MUSIC-Anyone interested in Joining the NATT en last Friday afternoon, 23-0. It Cantablle....Tsthalkowsky Tel. Ext.Building 208 500-A.

Cats Orchestra, contact T. F. Raye at Barracks 465.: I I' looks like the Sparkles are wellon Evensong .. ... ......................:..Martin Advisor
the way to the station championship Andante Rellgloso ............... Thome I II E. W. Andrews, It ConiJr. ChC).
NATTC LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. All it takes is drive Meditation ........................... Sturges I Arthur Koutwmlkolli Editor: .
Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 0300 to I and plenty of that old spirit I During the intermission a 15-: .SHirta| Writer, Sl
our team has both and we are Robert J. Wvhlintf, S2.
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun- going to back them up all the minute Thanksgiving Devotional Photograph
I Service will be conducted by Chap MaJ bjr N.VS Photo Lab A A. Fund.<
day, 1230 to 2100.t way. lain E. W Andrews I School: Photo Lab.
Passing out the cigars to _
A11ILKT1C GEAR Available at Gear. Locker,
COMDR. SAUTER for inspiringus
Physical Training Department, Bldg. :513. with so much enthusiasm 171st ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONy II

15OX1NG_Smokers held regularly. Anyone Interested (we're solid as the south) to ..

in participating, contact Chief Al SlnibaKll KA-NUTE ROCKNE (Lt HAR-
of the P,T. Department.TfNNISRacquets LOW) for his excellent leadershipas
mentor of the ARM Sparkles s4 b
and balls available at Physical Well, folks, Mllll Amps now has -

o Training Bldg. 513. an assistant Little, fouled.up y

I'-TU.\I.I.--Intra-murals. Games held on Mondays, Wednesdaysand Shorty Sirklt Shorty Sirklt to
bordered Allegheny Road. refresh our memories and to his -, "_ ,
Fridays, 1600, on : .1%,. ,
new friends, was the guy who "got
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE blamed' for fouling up the cir-

JACKSONVILLE BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals Shorty, to make amends, has
from new bus station at Clay and. Adams (sam e as Navy). Surf bath- been helping out In the personal
Ing and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches Bus news department this week He
fare 25c. tells me that AUDET Is shipping
CA\OEUW. riSHI>G, AM: BOATING Cedar River on San out to Torpedo Sqdn No.3,
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on Oceana, Va.; that the Cac<:imlsi.'
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, OOc; canoes-Jl.OO per hour; motor are honeymooning in ole Miss.
boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat that Throttle find BUg :512 an
unusually attractive spot these

competition. days wonder why* What's
0 this about your feet getting mud-
'-IIOMI Mr. Sutton was about to send dy too? Shorty tells me that the A

Aviation Ordnance Yeoman O'Neil Ignition Phase secretary is chang
SHOTSThere out to chase a bright limousine out ing her mind about enlisted\ men
SHORT I of the parking space reserved for these days, couldn't be someonein
Chief Atchinson's wreck, when ship's company down the line* L
i much to his surprise he found out is wondering about Jeni- ,
lot of pretty happy Shorty
are a
around building 611 the chief hal Just had his car fer these days too. She keeps writ. I
I wife. The chief
painted-for his
Their intellectual Ing October for November and always
now-a-days.filled with dreams of plays first string guard on the watches the water boys run
heads are
T.O.A. football squad and has received the field at the A
on games.
rates, and I do mean crows.Instructors I
ovation of the
the biggest
( like the fall flu or big white cake and ice-cream "
I season when he came out of the spelled BIRTHDAY for ;Miss: Helen -
to around
the itch, just seem hang
''A.F..M. for breather.
game a 5th with
drain Sanders on Nov many
while the students
friends by for a big pieceof
all of their teachers nautical stopping I
knowledge and salty wisdom and Armstrong, of class 16, has man- that good cake. She hopes to
then' leave for fresh fields to ap- I aged to knock out practically ev- have a big party every birth Jay.
ply their newly acquired Navy ery member of his class and all Time to shove the column in the

trade The latest grads of AOM his instructors with generous press. Bye for now.
Brown Mule" chew 5.5
chaws of "Old
have been drawing some ,
,1 duty. This includes the West ing tobacco. Fletcher held up the After all, the Constitution i 4
and goo East coasts and some of the best, but even he coulJn stand grants a guy the right to the pur-
finest carriers in the fleet. the stuff long. suit of happiness thought the t k
Whl the subject of A.O.M. A poem dedicated to Fletcherand Gob as he chased her down another ;

grads,the football squad has missed written by Randy of class 16 block .
the services of three backfieldmen follows: ,
Husband (answering the telex
recently when Childs' Jarvis, I caatorla IT
phone) "No, this is not the weather -
and Whelan left last week.
Shyly they stand before this man,
bureau, you have the wrong
Uncertain of his power and' might. number"

'., Barracks 5-5: has just had an In* For a gunner's mate he Is so tiny Wife: "Who was that, dear" -
'; terlor decorating job. M.A.A. Lu- Now what could HE do in a fight? Husband: "Some fool sailor who ,.
ther, has decided that white and, He runs his hand: through his cur- wanted to know if the coast was J4 ::: -
cream would be just lovely colors ly hair, clear." : -
and also keep the boys busy with I And with a sneer upon his lips, _- .
anl-floap (on cold Tuesday nights He prepares to start his lecture, COMMERCIAL: HUM. 1i TWILL
I Since Pat (and her Ford) quit I On the world and his sea' trips. SWAP FLACKS: Any men wi.h.
the small Ships Service, Wable's But after the first week Is over, In,* In swap duty< horn In Jas fur dutyIn
I ,
Mtfinphi, N \1-1'\:. omiUU Jmn AI -
newest flame has been Chief War- And they finish this great: debate", ..nl: r. AMU.frHwurily' liMATIL. ., I I'KTUKhl: IN top photo U the Commanding Officer 01 the
rant "Gunner" McCauley's four- On "Which Is the better sailor i Mrfmiihm, IrnnmiK**: AMMitf 1syr.r.rabie Marine Aviation Detachment. Captain Alexan.ler Meant, USMC
year-old! daughter, Miriam. Wable THE ORDNANCEMAN or a ,: iw arraniiii.FOUND but. a 3rd ur tnl claw tn.iy reading the traditional Marine Proclamation during the short ceremony

claims they have quite a crush on GUNNERS MATE." --TwO Shurt-gniKt-r ndls. Aim, a celebrating the 171st Anniversary of the U. S. Marine Corns.
each other, but informed sources This covers thin week's work.We'll L...lli.. nnmuani m...... br Klirln: Am.-rU Below, Capt. Hearn cutting the cake. Standing'bahind Capt. learn
state that Wable doesn't stand a see all at Saturday nice otn. KngranKl name UOM Marl. Own- is Commander Robert p. Beebe
you era il..* please cull for Mm Offloer,of NATTC, Guest!'
... ) i chance against the kindergarten muster at the Tropic's. at U. (I. I).'* .off..... of Honor, and other members of the Detachment


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14 November 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

TCT Dropped From Top THE WORD.... .Bondy. Fisher Fight AI

i By 7 To 6 Loss To TOil Ship's From Co.Aviation News School-Fundamental Smoker Lost Tuesday 1 f

Shlp'a Company seamen, desig.
TEA Tramples TAI 23 0; noted a* instructors, can now get Boat Ends With No Decision,

SO Tokos TED 6. 0 In Rain transferred to Class "A" Schools Brulchey And Joeckes Draw I

the easy way. For those few con

Many football thrills and spills --- .- cerned, the Bureau of Personnel Ron Bondy and Jack Fisher fought the main event of

were witnessed Wednesday, 6 November where Armstrong unleashed his ha authorized our Command (o the Boxing Smoker held last night at the NATTC Audi-

as the TOA gridmen left pass down the center to Paneck, transfer seamen (Gen) personnelto torium to lead the vast array of talent arranged together

the undefeated TCT eleven gasping who caught it on the five and fell appropriate "A" Schools, pro- Sinibaldi
over the goal line for what provedto vided the following conditions can by Promoter-Coach Al
the short end of a 7 to 6 score I
en gridiron strategy was be the only touchdown of the be met. First and most Important, The Bondy-Fisher [5-iound) affair was by far the main

,,Used. Marked by both teams as Lawrence day. The placement for the extra a petty officer must report in as a attraction of the evening or the last few Smol
"'and'WabJe, fullback and halfback point failed. relief Second, and still important, I turned out in large numbers for I ty-T- 155lbs.
f The rains the start of the seamen must be graduates of battle AEM, outpointed ,
?, rapectively, for TOA pitted their came at I the Smoker, anticipating a i
.. varied skills against Rounds, triple. the second half, and Wasson took AvFund. There's a few other royal between these two pugilistswho ., AF 17

4 threat halfback for TCT. the ball on an exchange of punts points, but for the straight dope, I have, on no less than two FinalRon Bondy, 151 11.*. and

20 why don't you-all contact either draw. Jack Fisher, 150 Ibs, fought five
',. The ,Control Tower Operators and brought it from his own other occasions fought to a

drew first blood in the last minute to the 30-yard line, from where Mr. Ludiker, your Division Officer of, In the last weeks, Fisher has been rounds at No Decision
XO lost nine yards In three playsand or Mr. Totten, the Supervisor transferred here to NATTC from u .
when TOA fumVtoled
the first period -
yof, to I
\ in their own territory. I kicked poorly out from its Instruction T They will be glad Yellow Water, and with both boyson
deep I own 20 to the 31 From there TEB do all that they can to help you the same boxing team fightingunder
Rounds, on two plunges, advanced ,
and And to prove that the ball is really) the bodt I
moved 7 Sinfbaldi
yards on a reverse I Chief WATeR
the oval to the five and from there
around rolling, we received five petty officers I However, I II
he to Vitarious in the then Vargo went 15 more I went to a no decision
slung a
pass Rounds fell right end The same play again last week Welcome aboard I without going out on too big a limb, I Stvyo

end Eone. led placement of went to the XO six-yard line, I guys, there's five seamen who were i I the fight could easily have been ( :
and TCT
short by a score '
where, on the next play TEB certainly glad to see you come in called another draw. Bondy tired I Ii
6 to 0.Bristling. I
I fumbled and XO recovered. XO Let us not be the one to squelch in the last two rounds, but managed I wdafc
after being scored on, ambition but I certainly wish i
punted out immediately and WEB to slip in a few hard rights
the TOA aggregation received the brought it back to the XO 20 where someone would tell Warner in Bldg. against the fast moving Fisher.
kick-off and marched 62 continuo 425 that the war U over and that .
the quarter ended. Herb Nixon put on a last round > ..;;J.,.. ...,
ous yards for a touchdown. It The forward wall of XO held the Navy hat a rating structure to Spurt of leather throwing, and I Another Smoker is cast fur this
was a pass from Weller to Veasy, uphold. It Appears that the ink in a three Let's all turn out
TEB for downs at this point, and slipped by Dusty Tays Thursday night
who in turn lateralled to Wable 9X haunt even dried,
were pushed back to their own on page round bout, for the semi-final of I and enjoy seeing our boys in action
that accounted for 27 yards in the and he is putting the bug on his I,
goal line. Forced to punt, the kicker the evening We have a lot of promisingboys
march poalward: and put the ball 2nd elMS Tch, tch, he'll never be Water solet's
was deep in his own end zone. Not the least interesting of the I here at Yellow ;
on TCTs 35. Lawrence. on four I a member of the Hashmarked I under the beautiful
Seeing that he wouldn't have time the three-round go get out
tries from scrimmage, and Wable Third Class Club at that rate. The evening was I
W. Arena
I to get off the kick before the oncoming between Don Brutchey and Norm starlit roof of the Y
on two advanced the pigskin to the gasoline stations between NAS and the coming>
he started and have a look at
I TEBmen, running Joeckes. Brutchey owns a pie.
one yard line. Weller cracked the the Lillie Club are really doing
The referee ruled that the Joeckes, but I champs.
vious victory over
TCT forward \vJl 1 for the tally business ever since Odom and
Lawrence ran the extra point over ,kicker had gone out of bounds in Fowle blg-dealed their Studebak- I this time the two fought to a i Rose and Angie, our blushing
back of the end and a safety good boxers, fountain, are havinga
friend I draw. Both boys are belles of the
in what proved to be a most 1mortant ers. Hear that our Lawyer
]> extra point was awarded TEB. This made the from Bldg 440 will be brown-bag I and Brutchey is unbelievably fast large time trying to find out for

score 6 to 2. he back with both hands Joeckes fought I sure whether or not the FireHouse
The remainder of the ging again soon as gets
game left-handed stance, the If people don't
all XO theft kicked off from its own from Nashville. Rumors are fly from a is restricted
found both teams mustering
20 to its 40 and TEB advanced same as Brutchey stop spreading that mal'iuusscuttlebutt.
ing that Owen, ARM2 is thinkingof
their strength via heavy substitutions
The Ordnancemen and Con for one tint down where they exchanging his coupe for a sedan Bill Bidwell, and John Rogers Rose will be in a
but ,
I were held and time ran out These family additions are opened events for the evening:, strait-jacket Waw is hoddible,
trol Tower in ;
Operators were scoring is ted-
I indecision
position once each in the last I IntrHimiml LeHvue .t niinirti (not In really "sweating out" deals, eh with Rogers taking the decision this peacetime
defenses andTCT' dinlinif ImixirUnt Rome b twn 1OUlAfr Owen? It's too bad that the OinC I This opened the bouts, but a five- dible"Bulletin'!!
half but
tightened .
lUytsl yeetordoy, too UU to
some with I for all preceded the Hipchen, our wonder
threat was halted on TOA's mnkt this edition.) can't check you out one man free :
24 while TOA was .stopped on IVi.ro Won L<*t Tit T.P, O,T, of those wire-recorders a day or bouts. W. S. Shenkel of AF 18 child, made a hurried trip to Atlanta
FAt.' 2 1UJO/ It 0IKA J so previous to your own Fathers won the Free For All Fightingthe I last week-end. Seems he has
their opponents 20 2'; '(, MJ: 30 II Bob Scott of I with a little
second fight,
wife wouldn'tgive squared away
Statistically, TOA held the edge 1011 2 1 6K7 311 11 Day. What your get
as they piled up a total of 144 TIIA t 1 .U1 :10 IdUT to hear you pop (pun) off in Maintenance outpointed Bill Sho- red-headed queen before he leaves
Z 1 .681 18 T AEM Scott worked mostly his shipping out Certain -
the waiting room at NAS Maternity nasky : her to pine
the line of
yards from scrimmage I
) (1 2 I (00 12 18
the body, and won parties on the base are prone
against TCTs 121. However, both TAI I' .2M) 11:111: Hospital.Our
Mrinw 'A 2y .1111 11.111:. Nick Bratto promising 135- I to believe that a certain 'Baltly"or
teams were held to six: first downs I roving reporter tells us that I I
-------- to or both will see thE'ioy
and Bob Lian fought Joey
apu'ceTEA. Wolverton and Woody with a total pounder, !
DENTAL Kfcl'OHT cash outlay of only $2.00 had a I a draw in the third fight. while he's Just visiting. My My
showing a the able How that Casanova dots get
club, put on a firstquarternpurt (SEA)-A dentist spied on 405toothbrushers good week-end at Tallahassee. How The NATTCaU, under
direction of Tommy Raye, furnished
last Friday evening to defeat in America and were you able to do it
an aggregation! from TAI by tame up with the following results J. J, Sennett was host to a few music before and betweenthe Just found out that we have a

the topheavy score of 23 to 0. : Average person takes 267btrokea of his cronies of Hangar 140 last fights Steve Brodie in our midst In ad-

touchdown > to complete the ritual, but Saturday. The liquid refreshmentwas Tonight, a team of Boxers from dition to being Sweden Mirnbtr

Two quick were devotes only 67 seconds to the most stimulating. Let's have NATTC will journey over to Yellow One Delegate to Yellow Water S

reeled off In the first period by task which should take three full some more like it. Water to help put on a Smoker Lerne Jensen is quite the bridge

the men from TEA on a 10-yard minutes. Too many people are The TAF football team, which I for the Officers and men over t jumper-offer Did you know) that
reverie, and an unbelievable pass I front there under ute guidance of Chief time back our snoose! dip-
concerned only with their won its only two games in the intramural I some
catch Halfback Joe Kee of TEA
by teeth and hardly ever touch the has been forced Smibaldi ping friend won a neat century
The third TEA touchdown came in tongue-side of their teeth Tooth to accept program meager victories over A summary of the fights last note for taking a header off thebridj'e
the second stanza and the final I
pastes were the favorite dentifrh'ewith AEMB School and XO division because night: into the mighty St. Johns
points came on a safety in the I I 121 lbs") dood it We standin
powder second and liquid of inadequate practice and Ut Bout-John Rogers, River? Well, he

third period I third. I lack of voluntary conditioning. AF 15, outpointed Bill Bidwell, awe at such bl'E'alh-takin bia-
But two minutes had elapsed before I 10 Isnt it wonderful to be PO
J The team, in general, has played 118 IDS, very. .
Powell TEA right halfback Scott, 130 Ibs, Little did we know that
to 2nd Bout-Bob modest
Sailor: "I have been trying good ball despite the fact of nothaving
took the ball on a reverse and went I Maintenance, outpointed Bill Sho- we had such a history-making gentleman -
see you all week, sir When may an ample supply of competent
10 yards for the first touchdown. I have an appointment?" replacements Wilcox: and nasky, 128 Ibs, AEM in our midst until now.
Michael went over for the extra 3rd Bout-Nick Bratto, 135 Ibs, Whatta man!
Medical Officer: 'Make a date Lelser at ends',; Mahoney and Car-
point That on ended a plunge.all scoring for the with my WAVE yeoman" lin at guards!tend Cross at tackle, Ship Co and Bob Lian, 135 Ibs, The Skeet' Team played host to

minute of AF 18, drew Banana River Malnsule, VBF-1,
.. first half, though TAI seriously Sailor: "I did, sir, and we hada have played nearly
136 Our
4th Bout Don Brutchey, I Ilb. and Cecil Field last Thursday
threatened the TEA goal line, after lousy time, but I still want an both games.In .
the future considerable help .., Ship Co and Norm Joeckes, I newly formed team' came in third
ofTEA'S with jou"
..... intercepting a 20'ald pass I appointment : --- -_ 135 lbs., AF 15, fought to a draw with VBF-1 and Banana River fin
and then insuccessive --------- '-
TEA 35 -
on the 5th Bout-Gordon Whitney, 160 ishing first and second in that order -

running plays advancing I Ibs AF 17, outpointed Bud Stokes, Next time our boys fee) sure
to the TEA 4- ard line, where
> satisfied with
158 Ibs, AF 17 that they will not be
TAI was held on downs, and TEA 6th Bout-Herb Nixon, 154:> Ibs, less than a decisive win Masseywas

dot out of danger. I .4't -------- high man for Y. W. with Dr.
A little later in the quarter rY ?fc etw from the additionof
; $- a M 1' i? can be expected Ellis, Chief Lipe, Seigford and
jhullliack Hendrickson wound up' x five new backs and four new Hooten his runing mates

and tossed a pass to Joe Kee TI 'rrrse.s j ,e'fi linemen .

from the midfield stripe. Kee made w e' IIeN1"r The backfield is currently missing Dorothy is looking around for
to live, She wants to get
a.fine catch, after it had deflected : the service of Price, who is a place
about the first of
on or
off two TAI men's hands, catchingit I sidelined because of an ankle in-
I the year, but up to now hasn'teven ___
on the TAI 20 and scamperingthe
the slightest idea of wheit. to
remaining 20 yards for the Coach Coddington's latest head-
find an apartment. It any of you
touchdown. Kee also ran over the ache is caused by an insufficient
are planning on leaving an
extra point to make the score 14 number of uniforms for practice guys
apartment around that time, pttin
to 0 for TEA.
I touch with After all
In the second period, the final The NavSch (Aviation Fundamentals ,
one should help> true love in
touchdown was scored, when Kee' ) off-duty athletic program every

toM ed a pass to Steele, who lat. was inagurated Saturday, Novem- way possible.

eraled to licndiickson after seeing I ber 9 with teams competing: in Fishing is commencing to to the

,that he would be tackled. The I A touch football, volleyball, and soft- thing: to do on week-ends Everyone -

pass and lateral were good: for 35 hits the base on Mondays with

yards and a score, and Michael! : 4 ball.With 24 teams competing in I a big brag about how many and

.',plunged over for the extra point. I t these three sports for top scoring how big Some of us are truthful

'j,.TIBA scored a safety in the third I .. .- ..4w, honors, AF-13 emerged the pacesetter and say just how many casts we

;period finish! storing for theday. by winning all three contest > made without getting a strike,
but the rest of these adept liars .
.* : and annexing a score of 90 I
TAI to want us to believe they caught
A passer was attempting points.
throw a long pass from behind, hm AF-13 defeated AS'-14, fourteento these sea-serpents with that twinestring l

own goal line, and he was smothered seven in touch football; AF-12, and bent pin set-up. Can'tsee

S back there giving TEA a ten to seven in softball; and AF. it. It i. about time we all got

safety and Its final points for the 14, twenty-one to thirteen and together and straightened things
out A few inches in length, anti
game: twenty-one to nineteen in volleyball
I a few fish in number-we upect.
Amid a downpour of lain the entire I .
second half and with most of I After Batui day's contests, AF. BUT, who wants to even think

the half being flayed in their vector '- 116, AF-17 and AF-18 were all tied about believing some of the out
literally the "A" and out lies that go around. I
the XO Division squad I for first place in league
''nlid to a 6 to 2 victory over with 55 points each. think that a catfish eight inches

the forces of TEl. It wax XO's AF-16 wan victorious in touch long would top everything caught

Hcoondictory of the year as I, football and volleyball. A I'M 7 in so far

against as many defeats ,-,%" r K_ R 4' tie i' lw it : Softball and volleyball) while! AF1S Next week let's have a little dope

XO's aceul ate passer, Henry conquered AK-17 in touch foot- from you guys If you want to see

Armstrong was again the main > bal and AF-10 in softbalL your lovely name in print, send it

thorn in TK13s rude, tossing the in with the dope. Don'tr hold back.

final touchdown pass to 1'aneck "Goth! you have a lovely figure give out with the Ungarbled, and

for the lonepointerr ." we'll print anything just a* long

Several abort passes had connected "Oh! Ict'a not go all over that as it happen to be the truth. .
Farewell, cruel world! _
for XO from down in their again."

wrr territory to the TEB 20, from




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ideal weather ranging over Jax-Navy football squad will

head, NAS golfers had a long venture Into actual competition.

week-end of links play. :Many again this Saturday when it tan'I''I

golfers took advantage of the sun- gles with the Memphis
the locals' last conference
skies and the shack 1 game'j
ny golf wasa at Memphis. After this,
beehive of activity during the team will tangle with the pow-

holiday. erful Fort Benning eleven at I
The greens have been shortened home in a tussle which may \
since the course was sown with be their last game of the season. rM
its winter coat of rye grass. WithIn The game with Centre College,
three weeks the permanent scheduled on 30, November, was
greens should be ready for use. cancelled, but Lt.,Comdr. AnthonyJ
Some of the links highlights .hJIMMY Rubino, PT officer, is in hopesof

over the week-end Chief Et- h filling the date.
ter played his' best round of golf The Hellcats are a fairly powerful -
when he shot a 78 for 18 holes aggregation, and though they
are near the bottom of the Navy
lie scored an eagle on number seven -
when he made two under par for Conference, they hate improved A
the hole Comdr R L. Shif' since their coach, Lt. Lltrell,
ley shot a 40 for 9 holes for his' best donned the moleskins. In a recent
tally of the season thus far game with Tennessee Junior College 4
the "Cats" passing
Chaplain E W. Andrew played i* was very good and their runningwas
a threesome with Comdr R E. not to be laughed at. If the
Ford and Comdr. Drew Martin .
I breaks go their way, the :Memphis
A hospital contingent consisting of team could give the locals a tough
Lt R E. Hunter and Lt. R O I
,_ ,,,,,, I time.
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Lucky were seen puttw around the The Hellcats will be sparked by ......
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SCRAl>l>IS' EDDIE DECOKA links Lt. Comdr R W Sktl- v. v Johnny Zert who crossed the Ten- BATTERINGAT 011 Y REID. _', ."
!is on tab to throw a lot of blows ton and his.' wife made their first BEGAN of Grand nessee Jr.'s goal tWice. Zert is light heavyweight, Is scheduled :
when the little middle-weighter appearance at the golf course this Rapids, Mich, will representNAS the left halfback, and he has the to see plenty of action this win-
meets up with opponents this season and played a round Jax In the 145-pound open power to buck through the line as ter when the NAS boxers face "
winter Chief O. J Robinson, a newcomer class when he fights for the Jax well as the speed to sweep the outstanding service boxing ..
to the golf scene, is rounding into team ends. teams i\ '

NAS Boxing Team shape and is a likely prospect for Coach Litrell still has the old i
the golf team And speaking BASKETBALL TRYOUTSARE passing eye, and with Everingham,
Form For of golf teams, the local golf outfit the right end, in the game to pull Archery Club
Taking has been slated to meet ont from SET FOR MONDAY down the aerials, the Jax backfieldwill
Banana River soon Chief have a busy day. NamesOfficers \'
Winter ScheduleAnother Klopp, one of the four-ball champs, Comdr. Ray Pflum, NAS On the other hand, however, the
made return visit NAS and for the com-
a to basketball mentor For New SeasonGeorge
sports activity enters locals have regained a lot of con-
played a round He is now stationed ing season, will greet candid-
fidence because of their last-ditch
as a
athletic picture
the NAS Jax
at Banana River Fliers basketball
and will the
no ates for Seaman was elected ;:
takes form under the effort to pull a victory away from
boxing doubt be the local 18 November, at '
a foe of toomwh.en team Monday, .
direction of Lt. Comdr. Anthony Corpus Christi! and are looking for- president of the newly-formed Ar
it plays match with the In Malnside Auditorium
a 1630
of- ward to the Hellcat tussle. The locale ,
NAS training
Rubino, physical Club at its monthly -
Banana River team Lt Com- All cagers have been extended chery regular
will be somewhat j
ficer. dr. Kass Kovalcheck, who took time an invitation to report for hampered by meeting on 4 November. Don '
An extensive winter boxing sea out from his duties as football Monday's tryouts at which time injuries, nevertheless, and Coach Flack and Jim Leaman were selected
son will open here In January coach for the week-end, amazed his Coach Pflum hopes to get a line Kovalcheck has been experimentIng as first and second vice-
when a newly-organized NAS var- playing partners by shooting 35 on his 1946.47 talent with his backfields in an at- presidents respectively, while Walter .-:
sity ring team meets the Ft. Ben for nine holes. His partners were Coach Pflum hails from Chi- tempt to get more power I Chogte was named secretary-

ning fighters from Georgia Con dr. A, J. Bintic, and his arch cago and played ball formerlywith Harry Knlckelblne, who played treasurer of the organization. .
Anyone who is interested In try- golf rival, Lt Comdr. R. E Farkas the University of Illinois. a fine game at quarterback against I Starting with a membership of '
Ing out for the squad and who Captain A. C Smith really He last coached at Pensacola Corpus Chrljtl111 I be a sure starter eight, the club has now 32 mem ,' .
thinks he can make the grade asa shows the boys how to save where his team won the AAU against Memphis, but the rest bers on its roster. It can no longer -
boxer should contact :Mr. Rubino while playing. He uses an adjust southern crown two years in a of the backfield is doubtful. Clarke, be called a fledgling organization -
at Ext. 593. able club which can be used from row. He played three seasons Thompson and Hansen hate been but a full-time recreationalaffair.
working in one backfield, while ..
the ,
with the Oshkosh .
the first real test for 9 iron
It will be a to a putter, and the funny .
MancoH McConnell and Dunham :
the new NAS club which already part about it all is that he !uses, or basketball squad which won have been, in another I' A deer-hunting trip is scheduled .
packs a lot of power and ability. rather borrows, his partner's woodto the national pro championshipin working for December, and all the club
Among the lads who will see action tee off with The Dental 1936-37 Joe "Pancho""' Garcia, a Jacksonille members are on tab to take part.It .
when boxing time rolls aroundare Dept of NATTCen, led by Lt. J \- boy, will start at one of the ,will be held at Ocala game reservation -
Toby Reid, Eddie Decora, and E Gustavson, played a couple guard spots, and Jim Jasmine will where hunters with guns
Jimmy Regan, three popular stand- rounds on Sunday The rest of the FEATHERWEIGHT probably hold down the other. Pan- are not allowed a bowman
bys, and Henry Schillizzi, a highly- "teeth pullers" were Lt H T cho started in his first game paradise." .
touted newcomer. Moore, and Lt. J Tedesco t against the Comets and did a fine After the meeting, everyone
Reid tips the scales at 170 and ; WAVE officer Lt, Virginia Atkm- job both. defensively and offensively turned to the various activities
is in the light-heavyweight class. son has shown !up in the last few t which the club offers. Some
Decora weighs 155 and is in the weekends to try her skill at the M C. Harden, who played on the worked on repairing arrows and
welterweight bracket. Regan, who art of golf Captain K. OEtelund same team with Garcia at Andrew 'some painted their equipment Others
weighs In at 137, Is In the light- was out swinging out 9c Jackson High School in 1944, hasa I had discussions on different
weight class, and Schillizzi is in some of the holiday kinks Lt bad leg, but it is expected that subjects pertaining to archery, '
the featherweight weighing 125. Glen Goodwin has joined the golf he will be in good shape for the I while still others tried their skillon
More men are needed for the box club and has turned out to be avery game.: "Swede" Kuehl, who isHarden's the range. .i.
ing team, and with quite a few fine golfer Mrs. L. Y. substitute, also has a bad Everyone is welcome to visit the t "
scheduled fights on tab, the above- Mason, wife of Captain Mason, leg as have Blackwood and Adams clubhouse at any time. Experienced -
mentioned fighters will need plentyof made her first appearance of the Coach Kovalcheck announced bowmen, amateurs, or begin..
help. season Sunday Ens. Frank that the captain for the local elev- ners are encouraged to join this
Lt. Comdr. Rubino, NAS box R. Coghlan was another Initial/ visitor en this week would be Rollie Rodgers new organization. This is also a t
ing coach, plans to line up a num- at the golf shack the past his sterling center. Rodgers call to all WAVES. Several have 1
ber of outstanding matches for the 'week. is a fine defensive center and is in joined so far, and there Lt room .
winter season, including meetingswith e almost every tackle because of his for many more 1
service and college teams. The ruary. High point team will wina x talent for diagnosing plays. With the hunting trip coming up :
schedule will bring boxing to the trophy and individuals winning All in all, the Jax Navy squad and with new equipment, the Ar- J 1 l
forefront here, ranking it with oth- their final matches will be enti has high hopes of giving the foot- chery Club is now ready on a full
er major sports. The team will tled to compete in the Golden ball to Rollie Rodgers as a tokenof scale to launch itself as one of the 1,
enter the Golden Gloves tourney Gloves Championships in New victory when the final gun goes leading recreational clubs of NAS .. t
to be held in Jacksonville in Feb- York. off this Saturday. Jax. fI


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ty of punches in the feather-
< l weight class when he battles later -
this winter.

Seven Teams Already .k

a ;da Entered In Station )
mr.1X Touch Football LoopThe r '

station touch football league 0
got underway last week and by
Friday all seven team entered In -
the league will have met their in-
itial foe Each team is on tab to
play five game The touch grid
loop will continue until the end of
Regular 11-man football rules
x will be used! to govern play, thoughLt.

Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino, .....:
sports program director and Ifulwr-| :!
visor of the league, has included "'I
a few variations In preparing the ;//.;

TilE TWO BIG GUNS for the Jax-Navy eleven two weeks ago rule! and regulation I M. C. HARDEN, left, and Pancho Garcia, right, were names
against the Corpus Christi Comets were Glenn McConnell, left and The slight change lie ball made which were once on the starting line-ups for the Andrew Jackson : '
Tully Thompson, right. McConnell stole the hearts of everyone in will produce a more wide-open High School in 1041 when Harden was the smashing fullback and
t the stadium when he scored three touchdowns in the last 17 minutesof style of play. The fact that one Garcia was the right guard for the red and white. The two local
play to pull an almost sure defeat out of the fire. Thompson forward paw may be legally lads are once more on the same team after two years of separation.
looked as he did when he was an Ail-American at Minnesota by thrown to any member of the team Harden now holds down the right end spot on the Jax-Navy football .
virtue of his hard running and accurate passing: should In Itself loosen the game eleven and Pancho is playing at his old guard position.

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