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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: December 12, 1946
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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4-No. 40 12 December 1946


1 Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 1th Naval DistrictU.

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

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t 1"L" :,;" MYSTERIOUS BLACK WIDOW I Fliers Face TynduU


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t I:. :J.I I Open '46 Cage Seoson



By Bill Kehl, S2c

... Coach Ray Pflum will unveil his edition of the 1916-17

; NAS Jax Fliers next Wednesday when'' the locals meet Tyn-

dall Field in Mainside Auditorium at 2000. This will be the

initial opener for both quintets.The .

tilt opens a three-game set for the local five during:

the next four days. Following the Tyndall contest, Coach

,. i Ray Pflum's club will meet Pratt
Jax-Navy: General,Hospital at Coral Gableson
Bows Friday, and face Boca Raton -
' .. \. .. Army Air Field the following evening -
' .;. .. .. ., Jg; '; The basketeers are idle during -
f' : : In
'" 1i To Rollins the holidays and resume court
I ,,- .. .." .; :;; ''".' action against the University of
I dUST IN CASE iOU'VE been wondering about that Army Black Widow night fighter which has Florida on 7 January,
been squatting on the apron alongside Hangar 117---so have we. All we were able to find out was Season Closer Some bright hopes of Coach
. t','" that it needs a new oil cooler and that it is based at Pinecastle Army Air Base. Whether it is the same Pflums were shattered this week
plane which flew in here daily with mechanics to fix the stranded Mustang a few months ago, nobody
Hy DOUG CROCKET, S2c | when it was learned that T. S.
.\ seems to know. In the roughest game seen at Ary, one of the stars of last year's
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the quintet and one of the lone retur-
Stadium all season,
: Hubbard To Be Distributed Municipal Jax-Navy football nees this season, was being trans-
Chief Xmas Gifts squad injury-riddled closed up shop for 1916 as it ferred. Ary was a stellar performer -
'I last season, and Coach Pflum
bowed to Rollins College, 18-14,
Smashes Model reacheda I was depending heavily upon him
Penalties
At Naval Saturday night.
, By Legion HospitalPatients set and Harry Platt the other survi-
new high as Jax-Navy was
Car Speed RecordThe I back 151 yards and the Rollins vor from last year's squad, to

t I at the Naval Hospital and veterans in local Tars, 83 yards. carry the burden of really getting
the Fliers
into for
the
; track Jacksonville record was Model smashed Race last Car Jax hospitals will receive Christmas gifts again this year The locals kicked off to start ing season. Ary shape will be sorely com-

Sunday by Chief George Hubbard, from all the American Legion posts and auxiliaries in Jacksonville the game and Rollins drove all missed by the Fliers, for his re-
who is in charge of Mainside's and Duval County. The annual Legionsponsored"Gifts the way up to the 42 before the bound work last year was one of

hobby shop, when his car was For The Yanks Who Gave" campaign opened recently blue their and gold strength were and able to hold gather for- Jax the main factors in giving NAS
such
clocked at a speed Lackawanna of 97.8 miles Park with a $:>,000 goal, and personnel of NAS are being asked to downs. Bundy Byson punted to season.A an impressive winning
hour at the
per I the Jax 15 where Ralph Chis-
, track. The previous record of 87 -participate. WAVES game matching
miles per hour was held by one of There are over 1,000 men and I I holm downed the pigskin Thompson them against a Jacksonville sex-
lost two and Howard Hansen
the Jacksonville Club members. women in these hospitals at the tette, will precede the men's clash
present time and the Legion is Navy Was Ready To was knocked down on the six.l| Wednesday night Probable start-
There was also a contest for ,
Mancos kicked out to the 36 and
all out to bring cheer to
going ing lineup for the WAVES' outfit
model airplanes at the park in the Tars started to roll I
these ill and disabled to show Weather Coal Strike once more will be Laddie Vladeff, Butch
which J. K. Hale placed first in Dick Darty carried to the 28 |
them that their sacrifices have
Glover Ida
and Free at the for-
the class three event and Roy and then Bud Palmer made a first
not been in vain. And Aid CommunitiesAlthough ward slots
and Mildred Breland,
took second in the same .
Bjorkland down on the 20. On the next play,
The standardized gifts will con- Ellen Messer, and Betty Kenni-
event. The contest was quite suc-
Palmer threw a strike to Dartyon
cessful with few crack-ups to mar tain a complete shaving set, oth- settlement of the coal the five and it seemed immi- son at the guard posts. Coach
'" the afternoon. However, although er toilet goods, combs, files, play- strike last week-end made it un- nent that the Tars would make Skipper Edge also received bad
motor trouble seemed to be quite ing cards, stationery, a carton of necessary for the Navy to put its news in the way of material this
those five four
) prevalent, the Jax boys didn't lose cigarettes, handkerchief, candy, plans into effect, it was all set to Jax-Navy with:yards the on same fighting plays. week. One of her star guards,
and chewing gum. weather the fuel shortage and give Teddy Jackson was transferredto
a ship. have shown all ,
;. Phil Covey of the Edward C. assistance to local communities as spirit they year the west coast.
At the Monday night meeting, threw up a stone wall against the '
DeSaussure Post 9 and George F.
.. the club discussed traveling to the well.All districts charges of Palmer and Darty I' While not as potent as last sea-
1\ continental naval
of Post 88 have been named
Perry son because of the loss of most
, annual model meet at Miami. however and took over on the
l chairmen of the committees in were warned in a directive from I
of the team transfers
by and dis-
" f' '. While no definite plans were concluded to ef- imaginary 3-inch line. Mancos ,
... their respective posts. I Washington to take steps charges, the high fljin' Fliers hope
all kicked
it was understood that utilization of out of danger, but the rest
have been made fect economies in the
Arrangements
,.';" members desired to make the trip. to set booths downtown to exhibit all kinds of fuel and all forms of of the stanza was played to field another strong combina-
up I II danger.'I'I tion which will take its
I In Jax place
ously deep
The name contest will be offici- territory.A
the gifts and to accept con power.
the
among previous NAS Jax: fives
I' ally closed Monday, 16 December, I tributions, either in cash or mer- Commandants were directed to recovered fumble gave the which won national
and it is suggested that all I fuel of Tars the oval on the Jax 36 early recognition in
per- chandise. All checks and money survey the current position the throe seasons which basket-
sons wishing to enter do so immed- I I orders should be made out to all naval activities in their dis- in the second period. The Tars ball has entered the station
iately. The winner will be announced I "Give A Gift To A Yank Who tricts and to make preliminary were not to be denied this time sporUpicture.
in next week's edition of the Gave" Committee, and mailed to arrangements for redistribution of however, as Palmer faded back
I
If Jax Air News. and threw a pass to Hank :Moody The twenty or so players who
*; either of the local legion posts. fuel supplies if necessary to keep
I., essential activities in .on the 20. ,As Moody was aboutto remain in the fight for team
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"I. .- A TREE GROWS INS' : I When suppliers of electricityto be tackled, he flipped a lateralto berths include Jim Booth, 'Buck"
Don Hansen who all Buntin, "Davie"
naval establishments requestedthat went the Davis Jim De-
: power demands be reduced to (Continued on Page 8)) I (Continued on Page 31)

conserve fuel, naval activities were -----
ordered to comply as far as prac NARTU AWARD PRESENTATION I
ticable and to make maximum use -
I of Navy gas and oil fired boilers ,

and generators. I 1
In line with Navy policy all pos
I. sible aid was to be given commu- I 1I I
I I nities as long as it was within the
limitations of the Navy's resources
'" and did not Jeopardize vital Navy
.> interests Commandants were directed f
to make available to local J4'caI/J.
communities power generating
equipment on a loan basis but the
communities would have to shoulder
the expenses. If possible even
I Iw fuel and power were to have been
90 sold to the the communities to
"Jr' y I safeguard health and property as
I long as it was not detrimental to ,
Navy interests.NavyWide. }: y

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1 S L.. 11 CPO Exams

Set For 16 April 1947

Wednesday 16 April 1917 has
been designated as the day for the
service-wide competitive examinations -
for pay grade 1A, it was an- .k.
nounced last week in AINav 612-
teA
46. Examinations will be given in .
51 rating groups only Because of w.Ri
the expected excess of chief pet- h
IK ty officers, examination for ad-
vancement in other rating groups
I will not be held.
JUST AUOUT UVUltYTIIINU happens around here. Last week; In order to compete, personnelmust
when obsolete and wrecked planes were being taken from the "grave- be eligible in all matters as CAPTAIN .', W. PKIESTMAN, left, Commanding Officer of the
yard" to the salvage yard for cutting and melting, an old Brewster I of the date of examination. Changein Naval Air Reserve Training Unit here, pins a. Presidential Unit Citation -
dive-bomber was'found with a tree-like shrub growing through the rating or waivers to establish on Lt. Jack M, Hestilow at Personnel Inspection of-the activity .
perforations in the diving flaps. The tree which grew in Brooklyn has eligibility will be approved only in last Friday The citation was awarded for service with Air
nothing on this one which grew in Florida!If most exceptional circumstances. Group 5 aboard the Yorktown.



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I Ifr11'ec ; I j,

Hy Lois Kverhart J

We wish to thank Lt. (jg) Brow

and all the Commissary staff for .r *

malting our Thanksgiving dinner a :' ; .: as ; !

meal which every one enjoye ,

There was an atmosphere about 1
the chow hall which reminded us I

of home. The decorations and ar..- '' !

petizing food went to make up one I a

of the best meals we've eaten anywhere ; 1 1I

"..... ... .... =Barv:- ,.'-r---"-"".,,,,--. -<>""";:"=L- ;., ....?.. *....J..=.... '"I'.. back on and with one pleasant that we memories can look I I I I

Official V. S Nary Photo and still smack our lips. +

THE JFrithown here traveling under water, now needs only a I --. i I
The choir, in tune with the Official V S. Nary Photo .
pair of wings to malet
a triple-threat operator. Christmas season, is practising THE BAT, Nary glider bomb. breaks away from its mother planer

--- -- -- is of i
--- Christmas enrols. Singing one
the best morale boosters there i laeo ; I 1
Can Now
Versatile Jeeps why not make yourself as wel

as others happy by coming out and''
Builds Training Program
Almost SubmergedThe joining the fun. You don't have to I Navy

Operate be an expertsinger, all we ask is
I
that you carry a tune. This applies .I
Glide Bomb
Radar-Guided
_ -I i < SEA I 1- That joker who salt( to patients as well as !ltaff'' Around
jeeps could do anything w asn'kidding. thatit
| personnel. Rehearsals are ever;)' (SEA)-A bat is a flying I mammal which has such poor sight I
and at 1600 in
Wednesday Friday
Now the Marines have an guides itself by sending out a shortpulse of sound and listening to

nounced that they have requested the auditorium. its echo. Like its namesake, the Navy's radar-guided glider bomb I

a large number of "deep watei We extend a-hearty u elcome to automatically goes home on the selected target by the same sound-end- 1
ha, Here's the it works: t
fording kits" which BuShips echo principle. way
I Mary Jane Matters, FhM2c, who
ordered for them from Willjs. came aboard last Wednesday. I The target is located by rada I
Overland Motors, Inc., one of the from the mother plane; the Bat is:
better known
Jane a"Pudgy"
Mary '
makers of the jeep These kits, directed toward the target and re.1 .
feels quite at home already -
125 and leased. evasive maneuvers of
containing parts weighing Any
since she was previously sta
third of December found us 117 pounds, will make the jE'pone tioned at Key West, Florida, when the target are promptly detecte j !
foot than the hood. and followed bv radar mounted in
Bitting for another evening's Bingo higher she worked in the DependentsUnit. jI !

party at your local C.P.O. Club I I Primarily designed for assault Her specialty is working; the weapon. Mechanically! armed I

Ninety-eight players were .sweatirg and operation forces, the installation with babies, that Is, the ones in tin after realease from the mothe: REPORTER f

and moaning over their cards. adds only 37 pounds to the nursery We hope you like it here I plane, the bomb explodes upon I

The free game of the evening fora I total weight of a jeep, since other "Pudgy," because we like you i I' contact. The weapon derives its;

case of beer was a split between I parts have to be removed before !gliding power from the speed of
3433-B Taylor I, is attached. I the mother plane at the moment of -
Mary Wischerth, it The WAVEs Barracks aren't tin
: What were doling ,:
Qt'KSTIOX you
'release and from the pull ogravity. I'
Stie.t, Dewey Park, and Cecelia Extensions of the intake and same anymore since "Seaman" tin I on 7 lrumber 1941 when the

Meagher also of that thriving I I exhaust manifolds act as breathers new mascot stepped into the picture radio blared out, "The Jap Just

little community The entertainment I for the submerged engine and to liven things up a bit "Seaman" I The Bat carries a 1,000-poum i'bombed Pearl Harbor." I Ii
committee decided that one is little brown with bomb load, and has a range of
1, are the largest parts of the kit a pup I). A. fcCALA, h2r, Bloomington
split case of beer was hardly a fitting In land operations, the waterproofing white spots scattered here and more than 10 miles Its accuracjis i Delaware: "
for such sweating, so To make not affected by either distant
his
there
prize actually helps keep out sand: over anatomy. I| "The fellows and I were enjoying
out two cases. bleed or adverse weather conditions am
to
we gave and water. a description as specific,
the usual lazy, quiet, Sunday
we'll she is "Heinz 57 Vari its small size makes it almost impossible I
The semi-grand prize of the eve- I I say a II the
I sitting around and shooting
be hit anti-aircrafl
to by
old-time w inner ety. "Seaman's" mistress, Nel
rung was won by an
breeze. We talked little of the news
named G. Grass!, CCS, of 3214 Lego, PhMlc: is home in Texas or I fire It can be used against shipping I
Jax Ties With because the main topic of our discussion
land and hat ,
I targets
Blair Avenue, Dewey Park. leave at present. "Seaman" is do or even
sex"K.
was the opposite
ing all right with the care given a low angle of flight.
The grand prize of the evening Banana River In I \'. I'AKION, AMMJr! ; Sidney
that watchmakingquartt'rmaster her by Betty Berry amStinky" This, then, is the Bat, the Navysibrainchild
was won by Montana:
who her appointee and according to Vice
are ,
from the MainsideO.O.D.'s watch at
of FrankG. Touch Football guardians while Lego is away. I Admiral G. F. Hussey, Jr., USN, "I was standing fire
office, by name the Naval Air station, Seattle,
Chief of BuOrd, "the first fully
Saba. This particular game was ; I when I received the
I A spirited NAS Jax touchball Congratulations and best wishes automatic homing guided missileto Washington,
an added attraction last Tuesday, eleven came to life in the waning are in.order this week to Lt. Bass be made available to the armec i news. It didn't help any that the

and believe you me, it sure paid minutes of the game with Banana and Mrs. Bass, former Lt. Cliff forces" temperature was below zeio"UILLIAM

off. ; River to salvage a 6-6 tie with the : NC), who were married at 1600, The Navy is building an entire I KtlIl" Sir, Con-
We had a very nice crowd at outfit the latter's nersville, Indiana:
down-state
on I 29 November at the Mainside I training program around the weapon -
Thursday evening's movies. There I gridiron last Friday An aerial toss chapel Mrs. Bass is the well at the Naval Ordnance Test "About 14 or 15 of us kids were

were 60 persons sitting around relaxing from Toby Reid to Haynes provedto known and well-liked nurse who I Station, Chincoteague: Va.rcommercial. I out at my gills) house dancing.One .

smoking, and enjoying I I be the tying marker for the locals has been on duty in the special; of the fellows decided to turnon

themselves in general. Two features in their second fray of the I diet kitchen for many months. She the radio and then we heard the

were shown. Iwo Jima and season against a conference foe I in all probability, will soon be leaving news."

The Fighting Lady, both very fine 'The Jaxmen opened the season I the Navy to take over the duties I-T. (jg) W. J. KAC1NE. Alex.

pictuies Tonight, two more will I against Cecil Field and were dropped I, of a housewife. So, to Lt. and andria, La.:

take place of these two. I cannot 12-0. i: Mrs. Bass, we say lots of happiness I. Bulletin "I was attending Louisiana

say what they will be, but 1mftuie Banana River scored late in the and may their troubles be lit- State at that time and I was in my
will be just as interest ItullrliuH will Ite accepted until "
they tie ,
second period after tossing four ones. I room studying
If enough people has been filled, but no later
we can get
ing. H>a straight passes over the center to JIM IK OICOOrK, :.sir, Evans.vine
. to attend our weekly movies, Chief titan 1000 TiHMiaj. K\t.: 8230.
We hear Chief Holts is having :
I move 60 yards to score their lone Indiana
Bows will show that colossal feature TD. The try for extra point was rouble with his eyes lately. Can Itbe FOR 8AI.K. "I was in my back yard play-
Crossroads" in I .. .,
.II..fIt Ixxly
'Opeiation he's knocking himself out get. 1941 Hudson bumntM coii| "
eleven
The Banana River -
technicolor I no good. tnmotor.. gad tires. Phone'' 2-2K7S. Mr. ing a fast game of 'Hoosier Hys-
dominated play throughout the ing the fellows discharged on MHrivriuin1US7 i teria' and my father came out to

Say you chiefs how would you first three quarters, but the Jax- ichedule.Theie's. Cord dilux ....h.n, radio nw tire., tell us the news."
like to have a C.P.O. Club Basketball men came to life in the fourth set- very yixxl ondillon; m..n' bUytle '
h2- Johns-
:
Team ? All chiefs interestt'dconta.t three drives a song, quite old, which hone 5.5287.11. .KOIU.K U\ AK. ,
and
to put on
scoring 1H37 Willyt, motor lust f vvrhiiulrd. v Chief Milanoviteh, A&R with. one paying off The down- holds a sentiment for two people See Kinir, Hk.. A. town, : and after
Department, Planning Division, state squad halted a Jax drive on on this compound. The people? L>in.'"ln K<.|hyr, ese Unit romlitiun. 121CAllnnr "I was playing football

leading chief's office. Seems like a its own three yard marker by in Veil, we'll just call them friends, : 1., J AS.Brlik with. thiw U-dronrnii, I working up a and good heard sweat how I those went
into the house
good team could come of this if :erc'epting- a pass. md to the one getting discharged kit hen, dining rixxn, mid livens rta,m: I skunks had
you fellows who do play will give in January, a certain "you know Jiltkilihm mid kiitlirix, Luwmtnt I jellow, buck-toothed
a little cooperation. Let's get in Midway through the fourth period tho" and entire staff wish her with hoe mr fur nso.. Newly 1"Irlt..1 l in- bombed Pearl Harbor."
Reid completed an aerial nullMid. .all.ldr. IM CVxl6& Oik 1ngl.
touch with Mike Milanoviteh as luck and through- KASA'A, LuVerlc,
Lhrus to Haynes and the speedy rood happiness Diilp Av. 1'h. B tT.lI'lirniturr ,
noon as 'poflsible.Saturday out her civilian life. iiicluilii living rtxim uitr, Throb Haven, Conn.: Heart
little half raced 55 yards to score,
dance kitchen Sri, rurtaiim, dishes and nthirxrlirlfit.
was exotic
evening's Reid passed from the 20 andHa'nes f.: O. Ai,,limi.n, 11M I". S714B "I was owl with an
the same as usual. It seems that Danny M. A. A. in the WAVEs in
I caught the pigskin on the Riley Av., livwey ] rkThrtt blue-ejed female on a picnic
nothing of. interest ever happenson the dis- barracks' is carrying a gloomy look I ru'''''. 4 15 scampering remaining .
Saturday nights. There was a I (nce her leave was turned down time, ht U4IA umlx-rlHtid Rd., NA.s.MiiM.Iyi about Pearl Harbor, bub.
:ance behind good interference machine, hew, excellent condition or care
fairly large crowd but nothing to The kick for extra point was Ve hear she planned to go to I + ;*living rwm. it t-xrilknt condition I IShipls
** ag about. Let's get on the ballard ?'uba. Perhaps she'd planned to I |.(-..r....t, Hlimwl new, .ll. 08Kxt. ServiceLaundry
turn these affairs into out slocked. ake sort of a "Shake 1)own'ruise" KSJd, Mm. Hnorr.
(Furniture, inrludiB mni.Iv lad room suite",
events. to get a taste of what the Installs
standing wife can get word inedgewise innrr-i Have your children names been Maybe your ea is like before signing over in 15 t-arh.; ...-......... muse |4V. fill: ihildiiKurniturr ,
turned In for the Xmas Party yet? now, Rex. he Regulars. sr rarter, f", 1113K AlOpleny ltd.' NAS.Itas.inrtte I New Marking System
You will miss out if haven'tdone You all know the leading chief I rumplrte, 110. Phone 2-1156.: The Ship's Service Laundry here
you ,
of Plant Division, A&R Van / Letter to Homeward Bound inrludm Innvr-ri'rinK, will put into effect the standard
m..tt'.1
so Open two end ttilr, lurni. lii It is time to give a little sympathy Moose. Well, he, too, had a tussle hears .lHro ,.".. 1107 Allivhfny Rd.l ". Navy marking system beginning
to a certain chief petty officer Kith a dentist. He didn't make out -Red Swanson who was the SKI. I Monday, 16 December it was announced
Before he could """'..11.. pester. two bur-ra. rraa..nnble. Lt. E. C.
from Hangar 116. He goes so well, either. light M. A. A. at the Master-at- Can Iw Hern mytimc lit 4IH Sun JuanAw. yesterday by
by the name of Rex Jackson. Why get out of the chair, the dentist Alms shack for 90 or so nights; ., F. W. Wtuxl.Dcdrixim White, Ship's Service oflict'r.UndE'r .

the sympathy? Well, he went to had gotten all of his uppers. Want I Ito J lohnny Linderman, who worked ..uitt. 1',0.1] lomlition ShOfiK.. cur.ner the system, everyone has

the dentist just to have his teeth join the "Gum Beaters Club," tights on ward C-5 and was one of r'..rk.of L.Noiman"Ii. Kli"I'mill| Mimic.Clarinet Hnrr .Ml I.awry j a permanent, non-transferable!

looked over, but he spent two Van ? our> best athletes; Jackson, our day mid MM,I,hunf. .In Aiondi- laundry mark which must be listed
hours in the chair having a wisdom I M. A. A. at the torpsmen's bar- i tlon, mercury ....m",... >-X.C I"".: newcUrrlitr I on the laundry ticket, Bundles
I fhiivrr. 1'bone 254 nflrr 1700
tooth )'ankE'd. Poor Rex "It has been proven that opposites ackft who is being married on ([;elf rl..l... IBKK', ir<.n.. K' t. Klf,7.lour turned In without the laundry
couldn't open, his mouth for a day attract each other." Christmas' day; Harper, commis- ,.",m. .or furniture, Inrluilc ...>fu, I mark listed on the ticket will be
"Give night man onCot two chain, niKH, < ,si) ..1,1".. wile. mid returned unwashed.
example""Tight Wlger
an
stitches us s man;
01' no, and four were required ary .
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four chium, twu .II..i. lx>dH, ih< < fdrttwri Each individual's laundry mark
to close) the hole in his jaw. men and loose women ; Van Loon ambulance drivr ... drew.-r lltll C'umlx-rland: Kd, *
; and "Murph" who worked In 1'. W. C Krr.| Murlr will be comprised of the first letter -.

)pendents; and any we have failed KIC KliNT of his last name, followed by

[ to mention, so long, good luck! t.u.nlh..1 nxm, with kilt li.-n.-tte., .I2 May the last four numerals of his ...

and smooth sailing hi., l.iY..I.id"V, AN'rlmWd. service number. For example, Jolly

-From the Hospital Staff Tar, S2c, whose service number
Dth an.l Minn t. NAS. W..rk.1r,1t .
)< fum >
.. is 321-49-76, would have a
h"".. iKUO Ui 16UI: ) Kit 4X1, HallIH.iid ..
1 1YT'r mST MAVK CIIKCK : fi< m curlier. .J MaiKHift sod (" .llrtrc laundry mark of T4076.! .1
y First terminal leave pay check to NA :. WirkipK hour OHUO to 1CJU.i.ltr It is of the utmost importance
Eat. Mr. AIood. 1
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tint to ex-Marine Corporal {, to ihaic IXIIIM. to i0...........is. .,..., that all laundry patrons figure out 1!
Charles Swartz of Washington, P. in 23 Ix....inilxr., H<* Chi..( Tlp..le| i tif. their own individual laundry I

C", who received $ISC.62 for C2 ADUimran. marks and list them on the ticket
A.. nt or him*. Will buy furnituic.. If bundle. It is
I days <;f unused )leave not"..re.y. Phone 5-27ST, MIH. billion.Jntiirnifliotl accompanying the
S. or furnlHhcd. MI-HItmn.t liy 10 not necessary to stencil the clothes

.tr i 9 i LEAVING 1CELAN1)Less Jan. Will finn..'h atovr. mul IrM.tt for t is laundry workers will do that.
miiinfurnlflii j ,I 'rt. 1'1"11 05,50 -
mniilmi" < the.
confusion during
than 1,000 American troops ., }'o avoid
: lxtw xn 00 niul 1700, or phone
Official V. S. Now Photo I are left in Iceland and these arc) 7-7017 after 171i.c)9T' ,I, meet weeks undef'the new system,
: division officers have been urgedo
Un LE-TOJ', all around vision canopy in only one feature of this Iarp with being withdrawn recent In mcnt cimpLaTK L'y '' iilwr inirmir, new Lx it .."
new Navy trainer Ihe Fairchild XNQ-1. The plane is a low wing: all- I end of a November agre, 400 more art th'I'I I' whore u/iicilant|tin li.nn to to h'ownif t. DM lioni found>i.nlVctj ,. I! (if all hands in their respective thisiora. -
than 1000 feet minute.
of
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PLAY HERE THIS WEEK-END ...._..._ I NSLI HAS A NUMBER -

.' OF ADVANTAGES OVER ft1RJNS1OIIR I

} t t't' !:.-. ". COMMERCIAL INSURANC I l1

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'= (BDITOR'S NOTE: A few t'fli-i
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t tion8 the JAX AIR NEW
A1J&LJWMW4 ago
jI<-
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,\ f" announced it would run a con l USNT
and commerce '
4 k ? puritan of N8LI
Became of lh"ite-d
.. life insurance. j 1 r
.' spare it was 'impossible to puMM 1 1
it until now>. y
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NSLI premium rates are considerably -
k lower than those for aim -
lar policies bought today in private jIMAINSIDE
companies, in spite of Including '

many extra benefits. 1
i NSLI policies include premiui
___frr. _f waiver for total disability\ at no
extra charge. This is a very valuable AUDITORIUMIIIUKMXAY
t.
extra ((benefit. It may prevent
> a the loss of your insurance and "BOSTON BLACKIE AND THE LAW," with Chester Morris and, .
provide you with thousands of Trudy Marshall.\ Show at 2000 only,
dollars in guaranteed cash and 1KII\Y
loan values, at no cost to yoursel DANCE, Air Station Band. Starts at 2030
NSLI has no restrictions as to SATURDVY AND SUNDAY
'
1A'I A I' residence, travel, occupation, military ; "MAGNIFICENT DOLL," featuring Ginger Rogers and David
or naval service, or trav'elby Niven. Shows at 1130, 1730 and 2000
air and may be contested only :MONDAY
in cases of fraud, non-payment of "OUT CALIFORNIA WAY", with Monte Hale. Show at 2000 only.
premiums, or on the grounds of TUESDAY
t .} not having been a member of the "DANGEROUS MILLIONS", featuring Kent Taylor. Show at 2000
armed forces. On NSLI policies '
only.
a J, the full cash and non-forfeitur WEDNESDAY
values are available at the end BASKETBALL GAME, Jax Fliers vs. Tyndall Field Start at
i of the first year. 2000.

Any lapsed term policy may be "
? reinstated within the term perio< JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
)9c 4 within six: months from the dat
ZY S of lapse, or within six months aft THURSDAY AM FRIDAY
1 Y er August 1, 1916, whichever is "THE CHASE", featuring Robert Cummings and Michelle Mor

later, by application accompanieby gan.. Show at 2000 only. .
only two monthly premiums, SATURDAY _
A .'# 7 dr ywz and a comparative health statement "FIGHTING FRONTIERSMAN," starring Charles Starrett. Showat
4 'C that the applicant is in as 2000 only.
i good health on the date of application SUNDAY
as he was when the polic;; "HER SISTER'S SECRET", with N. Coleman and P. Reed. Showat
iRE lapsed. After such six months, 2000 only.
NSLI term policies may still be :MONDAY AND TUESDAY
E Ear: ..reinstated within the term perio "MAGNIFICENT DOLL", featuring Ginger Rogers and David
but a complete physical examination Niven. Show at 2000 only
a : will be required in addition WEDNESDAY
to the payment of two monthly "OUT CALIFORNIA WAY," with Monte Hale. Show at 2000 only.
J premiums.
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DAMD NIX AM GINGER ROGERS lock arm-in-arm and NSLI converted policies may be OTHER EVENTS
stroll picturesquely down a studio street costumed for their roles in reinstated, prior to 1 January 1941 .
"Magnificent Doll" which plays at Mainside Auditorium this Sat or within three months form the, BINGO la.\ltTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
,i urday and Sunday. The story U based on the life of Dolly Madison date of lapse by application ac ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
Ginger play Dolly, and she's wooed by Aaron Burr, played by David companied by comparative healtl Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, top-
Niven, and won by James Madison, played by Burgess Meredith._ statement and payment of all side Bldg. 726, 0800-1700 on work days. .
}
__ _____ n.
.0,0. --------- ----- premiums in arrears plus interes MODEL AIRPLA SsIlOr-Hear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400
When a circus visited a small I Little George was saying his goodnight at the required rate. After these daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
I prayers in a very low Described periods, such policie!
mid-western town one of its elephants BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
I voice. still be similarly reinstated,
escaped during a severe may from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
I "I can hear you, dear," said his but a complete physical will be required No. 3. Alleys open
thunder storm. Next morning, the mother. 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
town constable got a call. to conversion Is ar BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut
"Wasn't talking to you, said lit- Leniency as Mat after
Mainside
to
593 or report :
extension
"Come out immediately," an excited tle George firmly.LJIHlititn.t important feature to disabled vet Comdr. A. J. Rubino, ;
feminine voice implored, erans because they can conver 1500.
"there is a huge animal in my garden NSLI term to a permanent plat MAlNhlDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
and he's pulling up my cab- (..a"'lHJ'--Un- tofto loves hisfellowman within the time period without a the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
bages with his tail," -with gravy. physical. They may not conver their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions !
"What is he doing with the cabbages Gmlleman man who never to; an endowment policy if them by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-plio- ,
?" questioned the officer. stokes a woman with hi/.* hat on policy is under premium waiver nograph available for use of all hands
"You wouldn't believe me it I I'' Twelve men chosen to A given amount of NSLI provides LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation BuildIng -
told you," came the answer." decide who was the best lawyer I a beneficiary with considerably in No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Fiiday. Saturday
greater life income ( somecalles I from' 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
-- '
I more than 50% I than the)
YOU CANT WIN By Hough would receive from a commercial SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
I policy of the same amount. 1800-2100 daily, Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.
ai Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-
__ (( lay from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
/ runks: prohibited on Golf Course.
ACIIOn.EOpel1 daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
e1 Q4 I cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason

.. 0 111S' i Tield.
'J.'ESSIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
SALTY HUMOR FROM ng Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and

).
Yorktowntoads
HERE AND THERETwo I \MvEril\LL Practice Monday through Friday starting
.
it 1630.
WAVES'were airing their :

roubles.. I'd like to get a divorce, ning? I
said the first. My husband and I Sweet Young Thing: Well not Fliers
( ; : just don't get along. exactly: free, but very inexp( 'I \,
: Why don't you sue for for Incompatibility nsive'I' (Continued from 1'age 1)Groote. )
ttIs1 ? asked the other, Optimist: A guy who sits Joe Finley, John Ford,
f ympathetically. last row of the gallery and winksat John Huey, Bill Kehl, Tom Ken-
I would if I could catch him at the chorus !if iris. dall, "Dutch" Korver, Bernie Kut-
It. announced the second, sincere- chaver Harold Morris, Gene Whit-
ly. Californian in Florida fruit lock, Harry Platt, John Itodimel,
store (picking up a watermelon) : Rex Watters, Gayle Whitsell\, and
Papa Rabbit, who was chewing "How much is this cucumber?" Ed Youmans. There are about a
0" his carrot at the dinner table Clerk: "All right Buddy, put half dozen more hoopsters out for
one night! looked 'across at his down that grape." I the team, but duty and watches
",on who seemed to be very happy : have prevented them from appearing -
lor some reason She: "I'm a dairy maid in a each night.
"What snakes Junior so Tiap- candy factory. The Flier mentor will have
yt" he tw<}wire \ Said Mama Rabbit: "Oh, head She: Milk chocolates : ward wall, and the center post will
a wonderful time in school be ably handled by a 6'3" lad who
.' <# MOWC N ulay. He says he learned how to Burglar: Please let me go, lady- should have little trouble in han-
111 i ultiply. I never dons nothing wrong. dling the rebound work. His starting .
Old laid! : Well, it', never too late line-up is uncertain as yet,
"Him? ? ? lie u't.xl to be a concert pUnlut. before he enliYtetl". AMM2c: Are you free this eve- to ham.J j with but one man, sure of beingin
'- the starting line-up, Harry

. I J A. -ST ALEMATE.---- iiyiiarou Jones:si Heat T rea menI Platt.With only four practices left before

the opener, Pflum's charges
will have to keep busy at smooth-
\ ing out the flaws which now slow
A hi I up their offense. Defensive work
will be one of the main items pushed .
I TGam' Monday by Pflum, and whentipoff
time comes around, the Jax-
r men should be ready to roll.
l k Comdr Pflum won his cage
. spurs at Illinois University and
Armour Tech. He played professional
ball with the Oshkosh All-
Stars for three seasons at the
guard spot. He'a had plenty of
'coaching experience having coached -
at Pensacola 'where'he took his
I'
quintet to the AAU quarter finalsat
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Four JAX AIR NEWS 12 December 1946 .

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.., Letters To The EditorDear IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves"Uhat're
) S
I )):f\W Editor:


Editorial Offices It has come to my attention that some< ...---)

South Wing, Loner Deck, Bldg. 930 of the newer men on the station have the

Telephone Extension: 8184 mistaken idea that one cannot see a chaplain 'f/

Arthur Al. Greene, Editor without special permission.The wET '

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the Chapels are never closed, and the

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no< personnel are invited to make use of the EPA I N T r Q :"- -
to the and in compliance with
expense government
Letter 45-526: 28 1915.: facilities offered there at any time. 1
SecNav Circular \ May Copiesare TT ( / ::
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air: Further, anyone may speak to anyone "1'!,
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, of our chaplains at any time, either in his I>

the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train- office or, if more convenient, anywhere about ,!
Ing Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval
the station.It
.
Air Station Cecil Field,
District, Naval Auxiliary
,
the Naval Air Gunnery Hange and the U. S. Naval is the earnest desire of all chaplainsto

Hospital. be helpful, particularly in religious mat- f.
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davtson. ters but also in other practicable and joa. ,I
Commandant, Seventh Naval District any 7' 'f'fG"
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Tracing reasonable way. .

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN. Commanding[ FRANCIS LEE ALBERT, Ii'' 6r
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Captain, ChC., USN,

i I Captain Naval Howard Air Techni ainiralning Ceen ernding! Station Chaplain.
*
I. -

Captain &>bert M. Gillett (MC), USN Commanding
; U. S. Naval Hospital
iLL Annual Christmas PartyFill
Prieatmnn
i i Curtain I F. W. : USNR, Commanding
l jj% Naval Air Reserve-Training Uniti in the form below and send it to i

i k Lt. C ,l. T. C. Marine Moore, Barracks Jr., USMC Commanding Chaplain F. L. Albert at the Chapel, Box

r: 6 NAS if want child to attend
you your
Schumacher, USN, Commanding
L C Ctamlr. Jules Naval< F. Air Gunnery Range the big Christmas party on Tuesday, 2.i December I

i Ch\tIIln! W. O. Burch, Jr.. USN, Commanding at Mainside Auditorium. The partyis
about ? ? ? That's what
[. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil yield< an annual affair for children of both officer jou getting i>o excited
"
the sign Mj'8 .
Copt. Alexander M. Hearn, USMC and enlisted personnel. --- .
Marine Aviation Uetacnment

AIR NEWS receives Ship'a Editorial Association ma- '
Th. JAX
without iitfle.I'I:
prohibited
matter
permission of bEA. Waahington M, O. C. Republication of an, Name of Child .
other matter except b, ." vice Publications. U prohibitedwlt.bout
permission cf Editor, JAX AIR NiWo.Don't .
Age Sex !


Believe It Father's Name
By SKU'PEK EDGE, SpS)2c)

"Rumors Are Flying." Hello, everybody! Despite all 1 .trFJ7. 11.I\

That's the name of a popular tune whichis Rate or Rank Div.. our creaking bones and groaningof .
rapidly climbing the ladder of fameon muscles, we'll endeavor to
now winds with write some Und of column this For the scientifically. minded,
the Hit Parade. The song up week. Oh, yes, Sunday morningthe the library has a new technical ,:
the words and for a change, darling, riding club took off in the book on APPLIED NUCLEAR "

all the rumors are true." fog for an eventful ride on those PHYSICS by Ernest Pollard and .
William L. Davidson, Jr. To quote '
concerned with animals called horses. The horses
While this editorial is not were fine, the weather was cold, the jacket, it is "As up to date as .
the words of current popular songs, these and we ended up being sore all security conditions permit the l.

words have a meaning to us. Just as the Z tews (at dViews f tntntnt over. Some of us who were out first and only volume which collects ;r-

writer said "for a CHANGE, darling, for the first time this year are and presents all the essen-
song tial scientific topics which must
UNUSUALfor suffering slightly. But it was 1
it
all the rumors are true, is worth it. We expect to get the be mastered for a proper under I
rumors to be true. When they are, it cricks out next Saturday. Don't standing of the principles behind ':j

is the exception, not the rule. forget, the riding club will ride on the atomic bomb-written in simple .1

And therein lies the danger of listeningor The same general things happen to everyone Saturday instead of Sunday beginning stand.language" easy to under- J

paying attention to rumors. One feels over an average life time. The same a few on :more 34 December.sign up for Let'ahave it. For the "best" of the current ,,

almost irresistibly forced to share the secretbit basic experiences come to all. And the We really have fun. year, try these collections which '.

of information with someone else, and thing that makes one man a success and an- Wedding congratulations are in are published annually. THE 'j

almost before you know it, an item which other man a failure is not that the one has order to the fprmer Helen Stan BEST OF AMERICAN 1916, edited SHORT by Martha STORIES i

had no basis in fact is making the roundsas different experiences from the other, but ley who now answers to the name Foley, includes the 30 outstand-
truth. former reacts differently' from the of Mrs. Earl Alstatt Chief Alstatt -
the "straight dope, the gospel that the and Helen surprised by ing stories selected from the hun
latter. What I mean is this: every person everyone dreds published during the past
Although the Navy has its own name taking off to Georgia for the
In the realm of the theater,
has success and some failure, some 7 year. ,
"scuttlebutt the same reason- some double ring ceremony on December
for rumor, Burns Mantle has again selectedthe .
applies. In an organization of this kind sickness and some health, some joy and some when the date had been set ten outstanding Broadway j
ing
for the 14th.
where certain things are necessarily sorrow, some easy days and some hard days. short trip to They Miami are and planninga then plays to include in THE BEST ',t
But does not react the same PLAYS OF 1946.\ For an afternoon It
often the every person
shrouded in secrecy, there is too wil lhave Xmas in their own
of laughs, the BEST CARTOONS ,
j
to these experiences. It is not so much the .
credence to scuttlebutt.One home here on the base. Best of
temptation to give OF THE YEAR 1946
"know-it-all" comes up with the "inside"information experience itself as it is the way a man luck to you, Chief, and Mrs. Al have been selected and edited by ,,.
handles that experience which determineshis statt. Lawrence Lariar.
that all enlisted two-year men
Au revoir and smooth
in living. Some let troubles' de- sailing Another new book of cartoons,
will be out by March ; another has it straight success : are our wishes to those leavingus
THE LAUGH ROUND-UP is also
from the feed bag that this station will close feat them and they become victims. Others, this week. Under orders are guaranteed amusement. For a

and that will be transferred else- who have just as much trouble, rise above Sarah Jane "Teddy" Jackson, prize collection of the current
everyone CSpS( ), to Long Beach, Calif.
them and conquer them They become vic- ; crop of funny stories, read ANYTHING
where. "Mickey" Evans, SpS)2c, to San
tors. FOR A LAUGH, edited
On the surface, some of these rumors Diego, Calif.; and "Steve" Candorto and with an introduction by Bennett !
others too ridiculous to You have seen the same misfortune or Norfolk, Va. To "Teddy" and Cerf.
could be true are
bother with.; Yet the obviously untrue bad break come to two people. One becomes the others, our very best. "Teddy"you THE SEVENTH OF OCTOBERIs
even will be :missed in Welfare the
and bitter and lets'himself becomethe ; the fourteenth
and remain resentful and ]last of the
rumors manage to circulate victim of that bad break. The other activities and you definitely will "Men of Good Will" series by .
classified be missed: by the basketball team.
alive, while these not so easily Jules Remains. A kaleidoscopic
seems to stronger and more radiant Good luck to on the coast. To
truth make grow you
based
and which might be on picture of France, and especially
and from the misfortune as victor Mickey, your soft, melodious
the rounds in record time. emerges Paris, the action of this volumeis
voice over the public address
over it. The difference between becoming a system confined to 21 hours, from
Unless one were in a position to know, it in the barracks as you "blast- dawn
to
midnight in the
,victim or a victor seems to be within the ed" out announcements, will be year
determine the
.
difficult to 1933.B.
be extremely
would himself how he handles his bad
person ; missed, too. Good luck. To "Can .
there is F.'s DAUGHTER is the sto-
truth or falsity of many rumors, so breaks. dy," good luck in Norfolk, and
of
only one safe and sane course. Discount everything We cannot always control what happensto If you do as good a job in Norfolk ry self-made Polly industrialist.Fulton, daughter It of is a a
unles it has authoritative as you've done at Jax, it will
hear an
;you us, but we can control our reaction to it. be tops. modern, sophisticated novel written
origin. Be sure an AINav states what by John P. Marquand authorof
,
lot of trouble to
A comes us through no Checkthis, gals! As of now
SO
you have been told-or a station order, faul of our own. We cannot help that, but '::S Welfare is forced to ask LATE GEORGE LITTLE TIME APPLEY.and THE

memo, or the Plan-of-the-Day. If you read it we can help whether or not we will be v' jluntary watches on Satur- .
in the JAX AIR NEWS can also be assured and Sunday from 1800 to
you
PROMOTED\ ,
tims or victors. A pian who had mainta .ioO. During the day, on the week- TO HEAR .
it is authentic for this newspaper \
ADMIRAL
his serenity and under much ends "' 1
courage per- you :may log the key to
checks and rechecks everything before pub- secution during the war in Europe was asked Bldg. 716 out from the MAA. Captain Clarence J. Brown, com- 41}
lishing. Rumors never break into print on Last call for basketball players manding officer of the Naval Hospital -
the secret of his endurance. "When the here prior to his transfer to
for the WAVES
these pages. house is dark," he replied, "I do not rail at interested, contact team. "Skipper"Edge If you're St. Albans Naval Hospital last I

When you hear something which some- the darkness. I light a canJe." at 8289. May, has been promoted to rear

one claims is "inside dope," try checking on Chaplain. R. Stevenson. fDidn't learned admiral, the JAX AIR NEWS ,

.it repeat 1t. If you can not have. yesterday.-
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it confirmedare: .by a reliable source, chances -*- Intend To Land

it's 100 per cent baloney. And once you BAINBRIDGE GETS MOST RECRUITS On U. S. Soil, Say Japs illiuin.rSrrpCps.'r l ( 1

know it to be untrue, don't spread it around (SEA-Bainbridge) Md., will receive almost -
(SEA)
Japan's plans never At the
.anymore. half of all Navy recruits, according to called for her to land on American Road Station and MnUm CkaptU,,An.Birmingham..

-*- figures compiled in connection with the new soil, the war crimes tribunalin Communion
:
OPERATION ZEBRA I BuPers allocation program. Under the new Tokyo was told. The evidencewas fl730-Hol W. R. Stevenson. ChftpWa

(SEA) "Operation Zebra" was the system, 42 per cent of the general service recruits Hoshino based, chief on statements secretary of to Naoki for- 8930-NATTO Andrew. Servc-Chaplali E. W.

Navy's name for it, and the top secret rec- and 67 per cent of the Hospital Corps mer Premier Hideki To jo. 93 -8uiid.y School: Small Chapel.

ords of the operation, which was completed recruits will be sent to the Bainbridge boot According to Hoshino, the Japs 10U-Vlvln.ChMiUin Senleel-l'bIPlaIJl W. R. Stv.n.on. rLl

20 Oct 1945, show that the Navy secretly camp. were pledged to fight a war to the Albt'rt.
end in China -
trained 140 Russian airmen at Elizabeth San Diego, Calif.: will receive 33 per cent the U. S. Nippon's, but greatest not against mis- 0700-?.... Catholic I'

City, N. C., in 1944. The Navy also turned of the general service recruits and 33 per take, hI: indicated, was in relying C900 1100-Mati.-Ma... \

over to Russia under lend-lease, 188 Navy centof the Hospital Corps recruits. Great too much on Germany's.strength.' An Outdoor Nursery for small ehil-

:patrol bombers equipped with the latest Lakes will receive 25'per cent of general] They thought that the pressureof : dyes and) 1200.)I. maiaUIued, between- GlOt ,f
in
gear. Each Russian airman had"SO hours..of service boots and all personnel for the ETM I'I'I U war S, from Europe bringing would full weight keep the to Jewish FelUwahlp B.litU.t. Serdel hues ."<

;flight Jnstructioa I program. | bear on J.pan. IOU-J'dl.y In the Small ChnpeJ."

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.. 12 December 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five



STATION REFRIGERATION EXPERTS With Armed Forces ShouldBe
<-. .. .. -....--....--- Duty

Included When Computing "


Total Service For Retirement "

r
In computing your length of federal service did you

know that service in the armed forces, regardless of whetheror

not you were employed prior to your enlistment or induction

by the federal' government, counts towards your total

service?

The Civil Service Commission, Retirement Division

points out that in order to determine

total service, all periods of not reduction-in-force or for any other

only active honorable military; reason, a reduced lifetime annuity
,: service but all periods of govern may be paid beginning at an earlier

ment service, even those for whichno age.
- 'j. retirement deductions were It Is important to remember that
%
made, are counted. these retirement deductions are

;f tU; When,an employee's service adds; never lost, even if you can't get _
up to five or more years and he i is them back immediately after leav-
_________ _
____ separated from the federal service, ing government service. Rather
.z: the law permits only refund of than being disappointed, you

those deductions taken from his; should be grateful. Eventually they

salary prior to 24 January 1942. will be paid back with interest in

The remainder is kept on deposit, the form of a lifetime annuity plus!

to his credit, in the retirementfund a substantial government contri-

increasing at three per cent bution. If you die before reachingthe

Th compound Interest. Beginning at retirement age, your benefici-
age 62, he may retire with a life ary or your estate will get the
I time annuity. In the event he Is money, including the accumulated
Involuntarily separated because of interest.



EXAMS ANNOUNCEDApplications : Inspecting


I I for the positions The

of 1'ipe Coverer and Insulator,
Sheetmetal Worker, and Lino- InspectorG
I type Operator will be accepteduntil
STATION SCUTTLEBUTTS get a working over by employees of the newly located refrigerator I 30 December, 1916, it was
"tJ. repair shop in Building 136. Giving the water coolers an overhauling are, from left to right, W. A. stated In an announcement Issued By HELEN BURNETTE
Thrasher, E. H. Youmans, L..M, Johnson, and E. C. Goldenstedt The work of the employees of the re- by the Board of U. S. Civil Christmas spirit is in the air
frigeration shop Is not restricted to water coolers only as they maintain aU refrigeration equipment at Service Examiners here Tues and it won't be long before the big
_NAS as well as the station's many air conditioning units. fat man with the long white beard
day.The will be comin' to town. of
Many
forms, duties of
--- necessary the personnel took ad-
;'I I-= ;- the position, and qualificationrequirt'ments be obtained vantage Inspection of the Thanksgiving holi-

1SUPPLY may to work out Christmas plans
from the Board in Building 450. days
and do Christmas shopping. Sev-

: I = "lrr.f'8HriWD eral members of the main office
=
=- ) SALLIES
AROUNDA&R personnel actually completed their
1 Christmas shopping and smugly
Management Engineering; by remark they have "everything
Fred E. Clyne-In case
I you peo- AFTERMATHEVERY
and tled"-lucky peopleJThe
wrapped
,w pie are wondering why Fred Clyne, forward to the next time they can department was saddenedthis

; who digs up the goings on in En- get off, and of course, that's Xmas CLARA E. SPEER past week by the sudden deathof
; gineering, is writing this column, Haven't had an interview yet with! By
J. T. Carson
fellow-worker
,
i,, this is to inform you that he is everyone, but this is to be a bang- The Supply Department is having TIME THE AMMlc a who died
Tuesday night,
T Just pinch-hitting for your regular up Xmas with all the relatives its face lifted. It is not "grow- 3 December 1946. Carson was the

', reporter. How's about some home from the armed forces. Ev ing pains" but "reorganizationpains" SUPPLY DEPARTMENTDOES inspector in the test cell station,
4 good news next week, Bob? eryone lets his hair down arounc and it's all because the Overhaul and held In
,
was
d j In the Management Engineering Xmas and gets sentimental, am new Bureau of Supplies and Ac- SOME MOIIN'IT / high Engine esteem by all who knew him.
y g.oup there it a would-be farmer thinks about those resolutions he counts Manual says it must be so. Our sincere sympathy is extendedto

,3 who has to get up < irly to milk never keeps after New Year's all Every unit has a new name anda his mother in her hour of grief.
:| his chickens and feed his cows. because he bought an extra fifth lot of us have a new location or \ TAKES A TWELVE Carson lived in Bedford, Indiana.

; So, since he is already up, he There's a certain girl in the are in the throes of moving. A di- Inspector E. A. Adams, a close
i wants to come to work at seven office who is debating whether togo vision may now be a section, a TON TRUCK TO HAUL friend of the deceased, acting as

f instead of eight to New York for Xmas. Won group a division or vice versa. escort, accompanied the
1 All the Management Engineer- der who she is and what her de Some units have lost a whole di- body military to Bedford.
i their cision will be. vision, and in lieu thereof, have In- :
ing office express deepest
Chief A. J. Wood completed six
of
.;1 regrets to Henry C. Hunt, who,, Mary Jagerson took time off herited perhaps another a couple division. And sec- RESIDUE years of service in the Navy on
from
tions
| on 2 December, lost his wife and from her work one day last week 5 November 1946 and is
all that new work to learnt I Not now en-
1 infant son.Assembly. and had a tooth pulled. Just another of us can remember our own I Joying his 30-day "shipping over"
many
Jj Division-By Ed Hol- "Yankee, that's what she is, new unit name at this writing, leave in Stephenson, Michigan.
"
:1 J land-"Remember Pearl Harbor! When the dogs first started run- much less the name of any other I Chief Kenneth Derrington is
,1 With the passing of the fifth December ning this season, Margaret Ward units. Most of us have new phone DUST some fisherman! Every week

A 7th since that infamous was just another Earl Pardue as numbers-that is, if we are lucky I CUTFL e (nearly) you will find him tryingout
| day in 1941, we of Assembly Di- far as betting was concerned. enough to have a phone left at all. I his luck at well-known Cedar

: | vision can say with humble" pride, Lately she doesn't have much to It Is not amusing but most "con- Creek. Since you may enjoy ca-

" J "We have not forgotten. This say about them. How much did foozin." For all that, we are still noeing and sailing there, also, un-
- division, though pitifully small and you lose, :Margaret? very thankful that "we ain't yit less Chief Derrington brings some
I inexperienced in 1911 for such a to work last in the next fish to his
I Bob Smith came dead.. The cartoon freshly-caught verify
tremendously large and complicated Thursday with a head that look- column by Hartley Steeves is typ- /h1i1oy fishing ability how are we to

task which it almost Imme-I ed like he met up with a bulldozerand ical of the reaction hereabouts: r know he actually fishes?
diately had thrust it, weathered -
upon he won't say a word about We are all sorry to learn that
the storm like Old Ironsides I how it happened. I'm :Mr. Curious, Well, anyway, you don't have so your wife is ill, Chief Dickson, and
and came sailing through to a Bob what's her name? far to go for a coke. we sincerely hope she will soon

victorious peace. I Guess you know that Bill Hines Engine Overhaul-by Carl W. I recover.
I Mickey Reese, our foreman, is
I hase a little girl now. Her name Congratulations to Mr.
Player- Members of the Inspection
searching for a way to keep from
she does, "Faye
weighs more than Carlton M. Johnson who
and Mrs.
Bowling Team report the loss of
pulling his hair out over produc- "
problems. Say, :Mickey, take Elizabeth Alice Hines. Congrat- became the parents of a baby boy, I a "game or two" in the tourna-
ulations, Bill. Let's hope she growsup 2 December.
Russell Lawrence on
,
ment during the Thanksgivingweek.
.uon from C. M. Graeff; he got
self a. "butch"" haircut long to look like her mother. The little fellow weighed in at I Could it be that they ate

ago! There isn't much news about nine pounds and ten ounnces, too much turkey and couldn't hold
the naval personnel this week be- which, ain't bad for a beginner. I their own? Better luck this next
I Will that newcomer to aviation cause they just got paid. Congratulations are also in or- ?A+ week, pals. Get back in first place.
who was sent on a wild goosechase'looking that J. Q. the E. O.
We are all hoping der for following per- BOWLING NEWS: Salvage Dennis Howard S2c
for a bucket of prop will be able to walk who the recipients of I inspector
Rumph's wife sonnel were I Yard and Engine Parts are neck
trainee school
attending reports
wash please report to the division soon after that operation on her pay increases recently: Ople Gibbs, I and neck for top honors at the that he has at last gotten his auto..
need
planners they they a
; say Eva Parrish James McCullar,
leg. half-way mark of the bowling sea-
I mobile in running condition, after
hangar stretcher! With the new
Personnel and Administration : Marguerite McGee, and James son. The next two weeks may be all sorts of troubles. He and W. H.

system establishment for parts by A&R procurement order No.as by Fred E. Clyne-Magil is backas Stewart. And, while we are on the the turning point, so all you rooters Kirk, S2c, have great plans now

everyone knows, but who cares, subject of promotions, we see that come on out and cheer your that they have deluxe transportation. -
3-6 schedules are a
t possibility, production, and more than probably nobody wants .him. Sorry, Magil, Reuben recently Bishop appointed"and Jack shop Byars in- favorite' team on to victory. At least Kirk hopes Howard

will be achieved. Material and but you asked for it. were will oblige and cooperate. Kirk

"parts are already equal to demand Dot Dickson is headed for a nice structors.We IIEAH, YE IIEAU, YE says he will get the dates if Howard *
vacation this week-end. First to would like to take this op-
will
furnish the
transportation *
. ; and coming in faster every day. The Supply and Accounting
the Fall Frolics at the Universityof portunity to belatedly welcome ; !
Material! This division
Attention, of Florida, then to, only Dot knows Merle Williamson back to Engine Department will hold a Christ- Wonder why Chief R. B. Joyce;
enthusiastically approves your dinner-dance at the
cant.wear that Overhaul. Merle has been workingIn mas turkey
Dot
efforts to cut red tape, but please where. you Seminole Hotel (Silver Room) associate principal inspector, Aircraft -
j if farther another division for quite sometime
coat
new fur you go any Overhaul
of fuel line : Group, never gives
i replenish your stocK and it's good to have her Monday, December 23rd, at 7:00:
south.
this
reporter more news?:
any
identification!
f for all Supply and Ac-
E. Jarrard, who just returned back. p.m.
,the sometimes when Harry Could it be that anything he says
By way, personneland
to work after an operation to those of who counting Department
Bill Catrette ask him to Just a tip you is used against him?
you see their families. Tickets will
of the rabbit was met at the door and em- are going to see the Gator Bowl The following two men are givena
tell the story dinner and the
you be $2.00 each for
he learned it the braced by Frank (Pop) Warren. football game on New Year's Day welcome this week: K. E. Tooley,
the lions
for the dance alone
; dance while
wasn't missed, was he? Oklahoma and North ,
it. He between AMMlc, assigned to Interim Inspection -
Kind way and will never forget is Guess the trip to Alameda, Calif. Carolina State. One of Oklahoma'soutstanding they will be 11.00 per person. and G. T. Davis, AMMtc,
o\.. A. Salamone, AMM3c, much for Claude Cribbs. Dancing will be from nine till
too linemen with
is
' was a boy assigned to the carburetor station
for the
tr' planning a trip to Miami is in charge
: He stayed for a little recuperation. whom many of us have worked one. Philip Myers in Engine Overhaul Inspection. We
week-end needs some warm sunshine of tickets for Build-
sale
; of the
back, Claude. in Overhaul. We havereference
Hurry here Engine will with
hope you enjoy working
after all this cold weather for
110 and Wilson
Aubrey
Seems as though Mal Butler is to Wade Walker, Okla- ing

we've been having.that this It's cold dollars wave having a hard time getting to I homa's brilliant 220-pound tackle. the outlying Supply buildings. us.W.. E. Jakiela, ACRM, Inspector

to doughnuts work lately, since his car is being Wade worked on our final line lastyear In Radio-Radar Division, checked
was brought on by Ida M. Brouch- Stock Control is glad to have
repaired. What you need is one while in the Navy. As manyof out of the department last week tq
ard dreaming of a "White" Christ- Billie Beau back to work after two
of those new fangled flying ma- you know, he was a standout become "just another civilian?.
mas; she is just learning to be a months absence Polly McDonnell -
Mal for the distance you NAS line. This
back from a long chines, I in last year's great Good luck to you, chief, in whatever
rebel! Welcome
Inventory) is in the hospital
(
to work.
and have to come : year he was selected as an All you undertake.
overdue rest, Chief Emerson Did you folks notice that Bar- Big Six Conference tackle.At after an operation.On I
has
i Chief Stone. Chief Baecher bara looks a little more recuperated this point we would like to a recent visit to St. Peters- (Stock Control) enjoyed a recent
clone a fine job as acting leading weekend in Pensa- Markham Yard motor to D.
after a big congratulate the following who burg, Virginia ( trip Washington, C.
\jJ chief in your absence. Fred cola. She has, been staying home have birthdays occurring this Delivery) had a nice chat with CORRECTION, PLEASE W

Engineering Division-By nights waiting for a long-distance week: Edward Weir David Jones, Leora Canfield Stronach Thel- last week's issue we had Dorothy,

E.. Clyne-Now that the Engineer-Thanksgiving telephone call. I Lester McClendon, ,hack Hughes, noa., Cortvriendt (Stock Control), Roberts (Stock Control visiting
the
P. Clyne-Now 'that the majority Have you noticed the congestion William Johnson, 'and' Jamie her ,husband, Bid (Clothing and at Gainesville. It WM really ai
Holidays are over, looking just| outside the time section doors Gates. Small Stores), and Viola LaJune Tallahassee.
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'- WHERE TO OOt 1 With Xmas so close :you can almost
wHAT TO DO ; ; :. feel Santa's breath everyone
4 is figuring how to get home for a
[ few days with the folks or if that
U impossible, how best to spend
,
MOVIE SCHEDULE the brightest of all our holidays.If .
'c anyone Ls on the "outs" with
t NATTC Santa now is the time to make

peace with that Jolly old fellow.
TIIUR "RENDEZVOUS WITH ANNIE," with Eddie Al- CALVIN. Campbell 18, from
bert and Fay Marlowe. Shows at 1315 and 2015. Brooklyn. N. Y.. is the top man
'In Class E-8. Calvin attended
l mu.YU S.\TlmU.\\-"CROSS MY In ART", featuring
Hamilton High School and was
Betty Mutton and Sunny Tnffs. Shows at 1315 and 2015 on Friday and I fortunate enough to take some
'- It00, 1315 and 2015 on Saturday.SUNDAY'SINGING .
theory and practical work in electricity -

IN THE CORN," with Judy Canova and while attending. Like most
Allen Jenkins. Shows at 1100. 1315 and 2015. Brooklynites, Calvin is an ardent
Dodger fan however, he likes
MONDAY AM Tl'KM\'"THE CHASE," starring Robert football and other sports. He tells
Cummings and Michaele Morgan Shows at 1815 and 2015. me that he found the Generator

....- _. ._.. Phase the most difficult phase but
:\ ': "FIGHTING FRONTIERSMAN" with Charles LT. ROLAND WOOD UK.VTOVKK (seated) recently relieved Lt the I thinks we have a good school

Starrett and Smiley Burnett Shows at 1315 and 2015. (jg) Gerald Dix (standing) as Personnel Officer of the Naval Air and feels that more time
Technical Training Center. Mr. Westover has been in the service be a big help. Calvin 'WoD'
= Coleman
TIIURSI) VY "HER SISTER'S SECRET, with Nancy
attend electrical school
and during the war he served24 months outside an
many years years
mad Philip Reed. Shows at 1815 and 2015.
loge when he tells the
the continental limits of the United States. Mr Westover was sent Navy good
here after a tour of duty at NATC-NAS Patuxent River, Md. His bye In another two years.

Yellow Water home town is San Diego. Calif. Mr. Dix is now assistant Personnel MICHAELS, Herb, Baltimore
Officer for this command. Md, Sparky first string quarter-
----- back is also graduating with Class
THURSDAY SHOW. E-8. Michaels played an outstanding
Three NATTC Gridders
game throughout the season
FRIDAY AM S.\TtInU.\Y-"THE MAN I LOVE," starring Ida and did much to keep the Spar-
Lupino and Robert Aida. kiis on top up to the last. :Mich
Make All Navy ElevenThe aels obtained his football experience
SUNDAY-"RENDEZVOUS WITH ANNIE with Eddie Albert .
__ __ __ in high school, having playedfor
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Fay I two He his
years. says hobbyis
Naval Air Technical Train 1
team. "Flash" McConnell distinguished blondes little !
MONDAY A."ItD TUKS.DY; -"CROSS MY HEART," with Betty Center was ably representedon ones
ing himself by reeling off
Hutton and Jimmy Tuffs. HOLST, Dexter, B., Sparky
the Navy's All-America, or the three quick touchdowns against a tackle, is also graduating with
WEDNESDAY-" IN THE CORN," with Judy Canova All-Navy team. Playing on the favored Corpus Christi eleven Class E-8. As tackle, Hoist did a
and Allen J enldns.TIIURSDAYNO. Jax: Navy team and holding down which was instrumental in hu fine job too. Now that the time
berths on the All-Navy team were: team's triumph by a score of 28 has come to say goodbye, the personnel -
SHOW.TIDINGS Jack "Ross"' Mancos, triple threat to 13. McConnell is from Ritt- of the ARM School wishes
halfback, Marvin "Hardrock" man, Ohio and was Captain of Class E-8 good luck in future as-
TO DO-ABOARD Harden, great end, but who was : the Football Squad in his Senior signments, may you always be a
placed at a guard position on the I year in High school. His home is credit to the rate and the navy.
All-Navy team, and Glenn "Flash" now in New Jersey.I Happy Birthday, LYNCH. Ev-
HOBBY SHOP Monday through Friday, 1700-
McConnell, breakaway runner, and i eryone wishes you many, many,
2130, Saturday and Sunday 1300-2130. Located in I
the fastest man on the team. more .
Bl
FLEETS INN-Beer sold nightly 1730-2130, S Mention on the team was Bobby who haven't the "word," Buy
BUg 517. Sandwiches and snacks available. Gault, star colored back, and and Strout of the Generator Phaseare

BOUIJNG-Six alleys behind Ship's Service available sparkplug of the Base colored charter members from the
to all personnel Monday through Saturday, team. Gault was said to deservea AEM School of the local club.
t 1700-2130. Free bowling if you set your own pins. place on the first team, but his However, don't get absentminded .
f 15c: a line for pin boys. team did not play any competitiveNaval b and leave your shells behind,
competition and so was way back in somebody's auto.

awarded only an honorable mention Ward Room conversation .
I SWJ\IMISG-AU: Outdoor Pools Closed) Indoor berth.Marvin I Jennifer, concernedly, "Anne, you
1 Pool Git Recreational haven't eaten enough!" Anne,
Bldg. Swimming. Monday, Harden hails from Jacksonville *
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 0900 to 1200. Monday and played at Andrew drawling rather dreamily, "Oh,
that's all right I live on
1 through Friday, 1800 to 2015. Saturday 1000 to 1200, Jackson High School before join loveee Jennifer, speculatively -
ing the Navy. Due to the out I
1300 to 1600, 1700 to 2015. Sunday 1200 to 1600, 1700to standing array of fine ends play- "That's just the kind of dietI
need How'se about
2015. Ing in the Navy, Harden was .o the *" giving me
I moved to a Right Guard berth on recipe
the All-Navy team The excuse Around the corn patch Has
MUMC Interested in the NATT anyone heard what the little mo-
I -Anyone joining being that Harden was such a tine
ron said when his
\ ,Cats Orchestra, contact T. F. Raye at Barracks 465. defensive player that he couldn't f,I I[ caught fire No? ? ? rooming"Rum-ors house AreFly'n"
possibly be left out of the star-
I
! NVTTG LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. studded lineup. Irt! : I! tra la.
With the above bantam it's so
Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 0300 to "Wahoo"Iancos* stood out all 'I t long. H L. Sanders, AEM, 5U.I .
year as the main threat for the
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun Jax Navy team, kicking, passing, I I RESERVE'S'LAMENT

day 1230 to 2100.t and running all year. lie literally I Gone are the days, when this Base
'couldn't miss" making the team. i1 toils youmi and gay,
Weighing in at only a meager 150 l I Gone are the reserves, buck on
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, pounds, "Wahoo" also did some : relief to stay;

Physical Training Department, Bldg. 513. standout pass catching, making Gone from this Base, to a betterom
some unbelievable catches in sev- I know,
BOXING-Smokers held regularly. Anyone Interested eral of the "Wahoo" is
games. I hear the old wits softly hitytny,
in participating, contact Chief Al Sinibaldi from Cleveland, Ohio, where he YE Alia It, WE TOLD YOU SO/
of the P.T. Department. attended public schools there. I Submitted by Mtei Lucy Dalton,

TIA'NIS; -Racquets and balls available at Physical Called the fastest. man on the Bldg ..15.IlAX .
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Training Bldg. 513. II NEWSID t
MORE IX-W.\; ns AUKNKKIrhU I AIR

; ; 11Y NAVY NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL}'
FOOTBALL-Intra-muraLj. Games held on Mondays, Wednesdaysand TRAINING
Fridays, 1600, on field bordered by Allegheny Road. (SEAThe Navy needs 1,400 CENTER
ex-Waves to supplement the 3,600(> Capum Howard V. Hopkuw. USNt .
I onunamlluf .
already being retained on active I I Coo.m.nJ.,r Robert P. u...be, USN.
duty until 1 July 1917, and reen- I i Executive:"
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE
istments are needed in the followIng Editorial Offices for NATTC

ratings; HA, PHM, S, TSl'T Section. Rooms 137 and 138,
JACKSONVILLE UE.\CJlES-BuBea leave at frequent Intervals ) (LT), SP (T) (LCNT), I Administration Building.50OA.Tel. .
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy). Surf bathing SPY( ), PR, SPG), AERM and I Ext. 208
and other recreation at one of world: finest ocean beaches. Bus Advisor
fare 25c. AMMI. I Trim as a girl in her teens, the E. W. Andrew Lt. CowUr.,CkC). .
This program is not open to for I movies' ravishing red-head. Susan Editor ...
CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San mer enlisted or officers Spars, I Hayward. cuts a neat figure In a Arthur Spurts KouUonikotU Writer, Sl.
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last atop on Marines or Wacs nor to Wave of- swim suit The mother of twins Robert J. W"bliDor. S2Photoitrnuh .
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes$1.00 per hour; motor facers, including those who advanced and the \Ufe of actor Jess Barker. .
I I )Ml by NAS Phut Lab A Fund.
to officer rank from enlisted she is really a Hollywood matron, "
boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. '' I 1 bchoul" Photo Lab.
ratings. despite her youthful appearance
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, TIllS WEEK OUR COLUMN {
SHOULD BE DRAPED IN
,
BLACK. For AvFund has Just "-.
lout one of its better clerk-stenog off!! Tucker and CHn-
raphers. The office force has been have once again scored
fortunate indeed to have had such victory for them
an ambitious young lady as Miss They returned from lib->
Nit Gun around for the past I a beautiful blue eyo
year to help untie the yards of and clusters of bruises' for
red tape which came this way quite a moral win for
She has left the Service for employment -
)' as they don't care who
in Jacksonville. Submit- just as long as a blow la
ted tUVis a snapshot of Miss For a change Clink was
Gum let's hope the remainder of naught but the usual net
.,. HATTCenter shares our grief. knuckles. He usually man-'
..'Miss Gurr is a native of Way- i
.
the
rr' TAF ILFBACH, is get bopped on toupee
UAG.NKK (66))
I
CfUI8, Gay and had been employ- Kk soft of lead pipe or a
", ) the Marine Air D piece
p
bounds after a gain against
h ed. fcy the Navy for the past five facsimile. The bumps
cent game: with them last Friday evening
score of 6 to 0, thereby advancing themselves one gets in just an
lead, and into a three-team tournament life time.
.tt u: heard from a great many
'' and TOA.MAD. I
'f
that the iprce of meat
:
considerably in the

).1, 1 W" Loses ToT ; guy weeks can hardly According afford It.to

,
r sage once said that it was
price of free love that
man broke all the time.
Finul PIIyolls I not the red points, but

Kuehle, "'. HS2c .- !
Z Denver, Colorado I and _Johnny have tak
'_5fr tw ride after he has been with the TOA, TOB, TAP In Final -and we mean taken over
fleet, which is the "Real Navy," car field from Moe They
To Determine>> League I
,4 as he puts it. proud co-owners of the
Second honors to Richard K. sexy canarj'-colored Pack
go
Juberg from Lamour, North Da- The high powered gridmen of TAF the world today It's rurnor-

kota, with an average of 938.. three team playoff last Friday, by : their jackets will tit in.
Juberg hasn't decided to ship over rine squad by the score of 6 to (. I "Canary Clipper" fore and
TAF is now in a final Seasonal i With that yachting! cap
the 'Canary" can po, but
'
TOA. Last week we mentioned that if definitely has a

Marines a final playoff game between Wow!
be played some time this weekS i y is getting to go more
\ :nee that time, Jacksonville officials IWeller I 1 book than ever Not only
have reviewed a game that cepteel the model of efficiency, he
was protested in the earlier weeksof I school took : to preach it, Rave
.. _1I nn __ the season' by TOA. The game 'I again \\' I','I and no results Why is
was with TEA and TOA lost by a right end repeat UHY IS THIS?
yeais. Her first cruise I Ito the best ;
of 7 to 6. The protest has the figrst : Bobby Noilson is en
of our knowledge!, was at Naval score I
Air Gunners School. After NAGSwas been awarded to TOA, and as a on the TOB I !! We thought we had heard
result removes that loss from I Attridge, when we heard that
disestablished, she was transferred ,
to NATTCenter Lots of their record, and thereby gives then pushed and Delchamps were
luck, Edith, and jou'll certainlybe s them only one game lost putting a penalty in taking flying lessons',
1 ball is the final woid Chief
missed them in a first place tie along put the
"Welcome Aboard," to Miss with TOB and TAF. Friday will lins again has hereby relinquished
Lucy Dalton, formerly of Atlanta probably be the date for the first but only to as the haberdasner's fav-
Ga Miss Dalton is with U.e game: of the tie TAF will\ face I Ordnance ; by no longer having
AvFurd Interview and Selection! PGA, and the winner will face steam and open to his usual loss of
Unit TOB either tomorrow night, or the 45 where Glad to FCC it Con-

Welcome) Aboard," to the following earlier part of next week downs and Bobby! She's. a swell

men: CRAIN, H W Jr In an effort to clear up the I Weller .
for the Fear not
AERM3c from Lak hurst, N. J., 'mess' TOA faced TOB last Monday own 21 nonce ,
Never the twain shall
noon to be a member of the Hash- night and fought to a scoreless : and as TOA dwell'
I I Hasta la vista'!
Marked Third Class Club; RUSSELL tie The account of the game age in the .
J, W, ACMM, from Cecil) appeals elsewhere. terlee '(' \

Field, Fla.; SMITH, E H. AM- TAF"S football team came out 48, where Scraps Keep
3c, and BERG, W, AM3' from on the long end of a 6-0 hard- five :yard,
I'atuxtent River Md: WELCH, Jubeng, It. S2c I fought battle against the vastly had TOB in On Toes At
J. H., AM3c and JACOBSON, J I .Lamaur, N, Uafcota improved Marine squad last Friday on their
J, AMlc, also from Patuxent I but states that Our score came in the second half) went
in the Navy yet, I Water Smoker
For the benefit of all Ship'sCompany he likes the life quarter on a flat pass from Both
Bowlers: Wako will replace Both men state that they have Dowd to Wile! 'ox. who raced 20 I certain of old lethal weapons known as
Bouchard as head of coir ; received quite a few benefits from yards to pay dirt Scolpino's place- half, and Gloves" were the main
bowling team Alleys are pen for the School For their "A" school I kick fell short of the uprights i section last Thursday evening,
practice every night until 2100, tl.ey! selected Aerographers School, I The TAF Wolves bungled a I home town I Yellow Water the scene,
except on Sundavs League p.lay and you bet they will be up I scoring chance in the first quar- Wable's lively and exciting bouts
begins 16 December, and each "North" for the next (,()n'l"ningc1a.ss ter when they recovered a bad I I over the (' up the evenings entertain
team will compete in approximately snap from center on the Marines' team took)
f" games.It Stalling this wee If and continu- I 10 yard line, The Marine line appeared on their of the encounter were
is a pleasure this week to in- ing through the winter months impregnable, and TAF began : the 40 when (' by men from Yellow
tiodine to all hands, the two top there will not be many more soft- losing ground at this point !, two big a t three were concocted
men in the graduation class AF- ball, volleyball, ot touch football Wilcox turned in his usual good then to from NATTC.
13. First Honor goes to William games played in the AvFund Off- showing at end position; Thomas' I terlee I final bout of the evening
H. Rue-hie with the exceptional average Duty League Instead basketballwill running and Wagner passingwere recovered : featured Ron Bondy and
of {*>,35.: Ruchle hails from be played on Mondays, Wednesdays the other highlights of the team was > with the bout going
Denver, Colorado, where the folks and Fridajs. offensive side I goalward decision In four pi eVlous
back there have every reason to Plans for boxing, tennis and Neither team was willing to give downs two have fndtin
be proud of him He says that he swimming tournaments ale being any quarter, nor did either of I TOB's FE'< and the other two in no
) S has not jet decided to make the inaugurated for a near future. program I them take any Most of the sec- I by Collins \
1'iivy career. but will try to ele- ond half was mostly the old strategy ed, for the Smoker originally planned
of "run three, then kick" the ball ( Tuesday night will be giv-
The "Wolves" have played excellent : TOB 21. night starting at
defensive ball all season, the 16, and tentative list of bouts ar
allowing the opponents to score th! deepest by Chief Al Sinibaldi pair
iV NUT only 7 points, TAF's next game : by either : Fischer vs Cam-
will be with TOB on Friday the sive plays ; Pete Armes vs Red Mc-
13th. through the ; Bidwell and Conley;
The Ordnance boys were at it over on vs Hubbard; Biggs vs Brat-
again last Monday m a powerful I The TOA ; vs Hobart; MeKeever
display of equal gridiron strength I for holding ; Packard'\ Reapers
The last time TOA met TOB was ended and opponent for Jim Rogere
in the season's' opener for both their 18. being looked for.
teams and the younger memberof stalled I results of last week's Smo- .
the Ordnance family managedto and in a : Yellow Water is as fol

put away their "big brothers' i lee, Collins! :
by a 7-2 score.Monday's to the TOA I Bout-Free for All)-Win-

: game: showed' that put the .
I both teams had grown stronger school team I Bout-Bill Bidwell. 118 Ibs.
I during the season and see-saw! necessary i Water, outpointed Fred.
I struggle up and down the field Satterlee in 120 Ibs. Yellow Water.
I started when TOA received the the hardest Bout Bob Scott, 130 Ibs,
I opening kickoff and Wellcr ran the season ', and Jim Roclgvis! ,
the ball 17 yards from the 20 to I The TOA drew,
) his own 37 The third play of the morrow : BoutDonald Bippfi, 135

{ quarter saw Collins, TOB half, intercept chance to Yt'llowYatE"r, outpointed
a pass by We'Her\ on the the station Sheppard, 135 Ibs., Yellow
TOA 45 On the fourth play of the ,
first quarter TOB's Saltcrlce was llout- Ralph Hess 140 Ibs,
hit hard and fumbled Lawrence (SEA)-..' outpointed Tom Gonder-
y'i I Iaa recovered the ball for TOA on the or pensions I Ibs, NATTC.
mid-stripe, ,000 Bout--Bill Feelerman, 138
Lawrence, Attridge, and Wtller more than Yellow Water, emtpointed
then puoohed0 the 37, but a holding result of Flennon, 136 IDS, Yellow
penalty forced "A" school to was .
kick, short of a first and ten. BoutBob Perkins', 160 Ibs,
Collins!! returned Weller's punt to Water, outpointed Ken
\ the TOn 34 and then in three Phoenix Regtnmtter. 158::>> Ibs. Yell.
a14 'dlu plays shoved to the 45: for a brat her r.
w iiiwlapr and ten. Satterlee was thrown all the time, Bout-Ron Bondy, 150 Ibs,
Y i UNI t r4, U back to the 40 and Collins again her : Fischer Ships Co.,

't, ,._. ntr.M '11'u.M a d1,. ..'I4 b,1'\) ,raw brought it to the TOB 45. I started flies : fought three rounds to t
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tries desperately to catch to the play.
TilE J.\\->A>"Y IOOTB\LL eleven up

f 13)) Tuffy Thompson, big gun for the locals .
1916 Saturday
, finished up its season
E 4 down after a short gain as Bob
f' goes
I night as it bowed to the Tars of Rollins

I Adams tries to fend off blockers ((1)) .
College 18-12. The game was highlightedby

Wahoo Mancos, left, goes high into the
rough, hard play and many long runs
, air to make the most spectacular catchof
which brought the fans to their feet

, the game as John Piwloskl, 58, comes
time and again ((1) Bud Palmer, ace

\ up to block for him ((5: > Dick Darty
: Rollins back, stumbles and falls after a

reaches the Jax secondary only to ba
punt return. Jax players in the pictureare

down two staunch defender
pulled by
Jack Blom, 71, M. C Harden, 24,

in the persons of Howard Hansen, 37,
and Jim Jasmin, 81 ((2)) Dick Darty Tar

and Tuffy Thompson. 43.
halfback, takes Palmei pass in the end

zone for a score as Howard Hansen 37USB .

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Downs Marines To Garner Jax-Navy Bows I Station Golf Course Reopens;


NAS Touch Grid Championshipfighting way(to Continued the locals'from 9. 1 Dick"age Greene 1) I I Reworked For Winter Season

plowed through center and went I
fur top place in the inter-station touch grid over for the first score of the The sporty nine-hole station golf course was officially'

1 pop, the :Marines and VSB played off their championshiptilt night opened last week after being put in top shape for the winter

Tuesday with the VSIJ unit copping the game and title, The Tars made another drive Into I :season The' course is now 'open daily to all service personnel.The .

0-0 They had met once before to determine who would be riod Jax, but territory a spectacular late in interception the pe-- second green, extended 35; yards, is proving to be

the loop leader, but the tussle was played under protest by by Howard Hansen saved a a real testing ground for long-ball hitters

the :Marines and was "wiped off the books" as a league game score. The course, closed for three weeks during the woiking-
Both outfits had four wins to their Jax kicked off to open the sec- over, now totals better than 3,100
credit before Tuesday against no and leave the name of the team. ond half and stopped the Tars on Howard Hansen faded back and yards and is considered l one of the
defeats. A large crowd witnessedthe Games will be played at the Main- the Jax 30. After a series of downs threw a pass to Tuffy'hompson.. best nine-hole layouts in this sec-
championship fray, with plenty side Auditorium after 1630. As had failed to net a first down, the Tuffy made a spectacular catch tor.Over
of rooters backing each eleven. soon as the names of the squadsare locals punted to the Rollins 2:>. The and danced his way through the the past week-end, Jack
Good line play and pass defense received, a schedule will be halftime rest period seemed to secondary for the score. Once Harvey, the station golf pro Ll.
enabled the VSB boys to outplaythe arranged The league will be under have done something to the blue more Ed Buchser trotted onto the Willis! N Beall, Chief Robert Ko-
Marines in the final clash. the supervision of the Phy- and gold as their line charged in field to convert. sor, and Jay Weand, AMM2c, madea
Late in the second period team sical Training and Welfare Department and stopped the Tars cold. Neil In the fourth period, Jax made trip to Miami and shot several
captain Alan Berryman of the of NAS Jax. Justice kicked all the way to the another drive deep into Rollins hundred feet of film of the Miami

VSB unit passed to center Jerry i Jax 36 where Tuffy Thompson territory by dint of a circus catch Open Golf Tourney now' being *. .
Prator for the lone tally. Stand- I NAS Golfers Open grabbed the oval and started back by "Wahoo" Mancos held Some of the top pros In the ,
hit upt eld. country are taking part in the 'J:...
ing on the 20, Berryman l'raI I The locals tried another aerial .
tor with a bullet pass which the Season With Win Breaking away from three op- but it was intercepted by Neil Jus- tourney including lien Hogan and
lithe center snagged and carried ponents, he spanned past another, Slammin Sammy Snead. When
Over Banana RiverOff tice who carried to his own 30.
across untouched. Another TD picked up some blockers, and I A spectacular run by Justice car- these films are'developed, they
broke into the clear to 61 will be shown at the Naval hos
was nullified for the VSB squad to its winter season start, go ried the oval all the way to the
in the! third quarter. Berryman the NAS Jax golf team added yards for a score. Ed Buchser Jax 35 and a second unnecessary pltal and to all service personnel
tossed a 40 yard aerial to right tim number one to its list: trotted onto the field and split' roughness penalty put the locals at the station movie theaters f..,
vlc-I the to give Jax the lead. Last Wednesday 4 December, "
uprights ,
end "Snag" Theobold, who caughtthe convincnig 26'j to IS 1:1: back on their own 10. After an-
Jax kicked off and once more qualifying rounds held to
but outside of were
pigskin was over Banana River Sunday other !penalty had set the Tars
the end zone when he did so match played at the loser's course. I the surprised visitors met a stonewall \back to the 15, Bud Palmer threwa pick out the top eight golfers to
Justice kicked to the Jax 45 take part in the golf match with
H M. Jones of i
Lofty punts by The local team is scheduled to strike to Dick Darty in the end '
where Howard Hansen plucked the Banana River Chiefs Cravens and
VSB kept the Marines well imbedded meet the Banana River club in a zone to make the score 14-12. I'
in their pigskin out of the air. He took McDonnel were automatic members -
territory
the encounter own The line return match here Saturday Pen- two stops and ran into a hordeof Tuffy Thompson received the i of the team with their club
throughout of Bob Ev- sacola and other naval stations are bluc-shirted Tars WI:i> knocked backing and quarterback Mullen was on tab for matches with the local him off balance They coul n't got way up to the 35 where he was hold a qualifying round to determine -
"Whitey"
erson
another main cog in the VSB de- aggregationChief him down and he broke away brought down bj a horde of visitors II the rest of the golf team.
machine. Cravens and Chief McDonnel from them. Reeling like a drunken Wlw1the pile-up had been Anyone wanting to play on the
fensive ..
The four elevens combine, their scores to win man, he ran Into another eared{ Thompson had a broken earn must challenge the last main
which remaining in the but with the best ball score of 69. would-be tackler. Still stumbling, nose As he left the field he received order to make the golf outfit:._ 4-
are running
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only for respective berths include Cravens shot a 71 4. while McDonnel with men ricocheting from him, he a. tremendous ovation. Tuf- Newcomers to the NAS Jax golf
VM, Ordnance, Supply, and Dispensary helped his pitch and putter team staggrrc *into the clear only to ty had played every game this scene have made it a wide-open
VM has copped three mate on five holes by carding a 77 lose his balance and fall on the year with the energy of a high tIght for positions on the team.
Rollins 25.Thompson: school boy, and many of his performances -
games with but one loss. Ordnancehas In the first foursome McDonnel -S Se
and Clarke combined were reminiscent of his "'ATe'1i'Olllt A1Y1ITUH':!
been the victor in one fray and Cravens bested their op-
while losing two, and Supply, in ponents, Harris and Heirdir, by for a first down on the 15 and All-Ameriean days at Minnesota. The Navy has a heart after all
four outings, has been the win- scoring a plus seven to their two. Hansen made two to the 13. Witha Another penalty put Jax bark I or so it seems from a recent .
ner in but one contest. Dispensary Justiss and Sweeney scored 6', possible score In sight they on the 30 and Mancos booted along I ALNav Navy Fliers were orderednot
pulls up the rear, showing no wins points to Sheppard and Hein 2%. were penalized half the distance spiral deep into Tar terri- to fly low when over or in
in their column, while having fall- In the third foursome, Quillen and of their goal putting the ball: on tory. Dick Darty took the ovalon marshland, bay areas, and other
en three times before other league Alorider of Banana River fell to their own 18. the first play from scrimmageon habitats of wildfowl so as not to
foes the lively playing of Wirthlin and After an exchange of punts, the the 30; and smash his way frighten the animals or ruin a
As the finishing touches are Livingston, who carded 6 to the Tars took possession! on their own all the way to his own 48 wherehe hunter's chances of bagging some
administered to the station touch losers' 3. Robinson and Witzel lost 45 and Dick Darty tried to slice was tackled As he was going dinner.
intramural basket- to Kelly and Baytis of Banana River off tackle. As he was tackled, he down, Darty flipped a lateral to -
grid loop, an
Otis who carried the wide around end and with fine interference -
bobbled Mooney over
Ko- the ball and :Hob Blackwood i
is being organized, 5-4. In the last foursome,
ball league
nd Interested in entering bas and Ekblad bested Gallagerand I pounced on it After a pen- mid-field stripe to the Jax 49. On sped all the way to pay-
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(quintets groups are asked to phone 5'JJ Singleton of Jax 6-3 a'ty: had set Jax back to the :00, I the next play, Bud Palmer swept dirt for the deciding score.