Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 1947
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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LLULUJUJ ItllllllUinuil I 25 September 1947
Vol. 5-. No. 26.:


:i Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District

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r:: Jax-Navy Opens Season Sunday

Against Parris Island! MaresSTATION

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PREPARES : Kick-off I Time For Initial Encounter I NORMAL ACTIVITYAT

FOR INFLUX FROM! Is Slated For 1430 At Gator Bowl NAS DISRUPTED

t, Jax-Navy grid mentor Clarence "Tuffy" Thompson will send his vaunted Flier eleven

Despite heavy winds and con- into action ,Sunday afternoon when the local pig-skiners tangle with a crack Parris Island Jacksonville, along with
". tinued adverse weather conditions, Marine eleven in the Gator Bowl. Kick-off time is slated for 1130, and a large crowd is the rest of Florida got no respite
... evacuation-weary squadrons with at expected to be on hand when the Fliers make their debut for the 1917 season against the trom the forces of nature this
NAS this week moved ahead week. Jut' as things began to get
r preparations for the Influx of leathernecks. back to normal another storm, this
planes and personnel from Cecil Coach Thompson's squad is packed to the hilt with former college and service stars, II time not quite as strong as a hurricane -
L,' Field scheduled to get under way and there should be plenty of fast and hard action when the Parris Island eleven invadesthe swept over the state.
next week Winds of gale force were expected -
.... early. The clang: of hammers boomedall Gator Bowl. The Jax-Navy line will probably tip the scales at around 200 pounds, while to sweep over Daytona Beach,
week In Hangar 115 as Shop its backfield will run around 185. As far as height is concerned, most of the men range only 90 miles south of Jackson-
Stores Officer Lt. (jg) Paul D around the 72-inch barrier, although several of the men climb above this six-foot markerby ville, Tuesday afternoon. But the
O'ICeefe supervised the movementsof three and four inches. storm! as fickle as last week's vicious -
the squadron hangar details In hurricane, failed to strike
consolidating all shop and office Hardy to Captain : fully along the east coast. Tuesday -
spaces In that hangar. Spaces for Harvey Hardy. a former His play was heralded by rival I, night it passed just west of
merly operated independently by All-American guard selectionin }.: r coaches and by sports writers this activity.
VA-i and VA-5 emptied as though 1913: from Georgia Tech, throughout the nation Turbulent winds along the fringes -
swept by winds of hurricane force will captain the Jax-Navy 1 -- of the storm swept over Jacksonville -
and workers blazed away with the of the week,
early part
eleven its first outing. The Flier mentor will havean
acetylene torches busy widening in accompanied by drenching rain*.
shops to accommodate the new Coach Thompson: has shifted I experienced backfield to Flying was impossible, and all out-
combined facilities. Hardy from his regular guard open the grid clash Sunday, I door operations at NAS either
\ VA-3 moved over to Hangar lit slot to the quarterback post a with Hardy leading the wayat bogged down or moved at a snail's
to share office spaces formerly allotted and he has to be the slot. JackVa pace
proven -
to V A... while the squad- On Tuesday evening the stationwas
ron's planes were shifted to the outstanding in the signal- hoo" :Mancos is slated to startin blacked out by a power failure -
line opposite Hangar 115. The ad- calling post as at his old guard the light-halfback post Few persons were aware of
ministrative office and student and slot. Just six feet lull he with his side-kick, John Beck- the failure however, as they had
Instructor ready rooms were left weighs in at 185; pounds. Although ett, in the left-halfback posi gone to bed early because of the
topside on the southside of Han- bad weather. A feeder line from A
.' gar 115.The: not selected on the tion.. Both of these griddersare I Jacksonville sub-station failed :&*
. new Shop Stores Is expected Associated Press AH-Ameri fast and possess good I 2330: and it was two hours before
'" (Continued on Page 2) can first team the hustlin' passing arms, and they should (Continued on rags 2))
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troublesome to the
I quarterback placed on every prove
: Sunday School other All-American first team leathernecks Sunday. In the
Sullivan Asks
fullback slot Thompson will have the veteran John "Jack" McQuary, a former pro ace I

Will ReconveneFor and an All-Pacific Coast choice for three seasons. :McQuaiy made second team AllAmerican -! For Increased
at the end of the 1911 season and also earned four grid letters while attending the

New Season University of California.At Efficiency In NavyAll

The station Sunday School will the end flanks Vince Anania< and Marvin Harden will open the tiff on Sunday. hanos in the naval establishment -
reconvene for the 1917-18 season I Harden is a returnee from last season, while Anania played two years at the Universityof were exhorted last week by
this Sunday morning at 0930 in Pittsburgh and four seasons at the Naval Academy. His last!; two years at the Naval John L. Sullivan, Secretary of the
was the announced yesterday Chapel by Captain Academy found him in the first string line-up for each tilt. Over in the tackle slots. Thompson Navy to Increase efficiency in
Francis Lee Albert. Senior will hate returnee Ben Adams and newcomer Ray Smith who had one year varsity every phase of naval activity, both
afloat and ashore to offset reductions -
Chaplain. Instruction classes will play at Mississippi State. Adams played at the Natal Academy the same time as Anania in size.
begin the first Sunday in October. and Beckett.J. The Secretary of the Navy

which Based they on have pastoral made on visitations the station I K. Freeman and Bob Jensen are slated to start in the guard holes against the pointed out that during World

,_, _- and In the adjacent housing Marines. Both have been working well in th eir positions throughout scrimmage and will War II the the most United States in Navy taw
the estimate that of action both offense and defense next Renfro was powerful
areas chaplains see plenty on Sunday. Billy a local Jack- world and uncertainties of the
more than 100 children are readyto sonville lad, will be the probable starter in t he center post, although he will share his times dictate that it must remain
enroll in the Sunday School. pivot job with J, N. Selvalstad who has been alternating with him at that spot. the most powerful
At this Sunday's assembly, the
children will be divided Into suit Tickets,; On Sale At Ship's Service "Of necessity, the Navy hail
diminished in numbers: of men,
able classes and age groups in As in earlier edition of the JAX AIR "' .
published an NEWS servicemen in uniformwill ships and planes he said "and
for the of instruction
preparation opening
classes. Parent were be admitted free to all of the Jax-Navy home games. Others may purchase tickets at increased efficiency in every phase
r of naval activity both afloat and
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THE JAXNAVY"FLIERS will open their l
afternoon at 1130 against a strong Parris, Island Marine outfit in the cos. LIIB; and John Beckett. RUB. Sunday's encounter will be the first of
: v' Gator Bowl. Flier mentor Clarence "Tuffy" Thompson has tentatively
four clashes which the Fliers will
grid take part in at the Gator Bowl.
f..i..,.. named his starting lineup, and the above eleven men will probably be in
on the kick-off. They are: Marvin Hardin, KE; Ray Smith, RT; Bob Jen- Their remaining five games, to be played with some of the top service

son, RG; Billy Renfro, C; J. R. Freeman, LG, Ben Adams, LT; Joe Anania, elevens of the South and Southwest, are all away.

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S ? ? \ : .:: CHANCE FOR ADDED .


<( d-up basis at the 49 colleges
and universities carrying the

NROTC program Is!! In store' for
Naval Reserve and temporary officers -
transferred to the Regular
Navy who have completed two or
less years of college

s The program, a step in furtherIng I

rr the Holloway Plan was an- ,
noun<:.Eod in BuPera! Clrc. Llr. 160- ,

47 and is expected to affect ap- 1
proximately 5,000 officers between
1946 and 1952. It will put the

transferred officers on a more
comparative basis with their contemporaries -
Ready Far The Hurricane and give them equal

chance for advancement.
Tilt FIRST; IirKKICANE OF 1947 turned out to be the most
vicious since 1938 After hovering in the Atlantic for a few days, Students will be enrolled in required -

it swung sharply westward across Florida, veered northward up courses in mathematics
flu Florida west coast. and finally smashed over coastal! cities front- through solid geometry and trigonometry -.

: t > ing the Gulf of Mex.ico.'hile Jacksonville was spared the ordeal, college physics and the
it was ready for the emergency And high winds and rain causedby written and oral uw of English, if

the hurricane to the south made some. people. feel that they they have not already completedthese
were really weathering out a big blow. Planes that could not be studies Other courses will

N parked inside hangars were flown out to safer areas, and a lone be elective.

Privateer tilting <>i1 the apron looked nughty forlorn in the vast Enrollment in the program is

kaA emptiness ,. into a raging sea, whipping the water into churning. frothy white- with students completing three
: ('apI!. Here the waves smash against the seawall along the seaplane semesters' work- in one calendar
l ramp (Lower left Throughout the station, working parties year College standards must: be
.. secured all loose gear and tied down small structures which the maintained by the officers. Waivers -

wind might upset or blow loose from their foundations. This week, for this educational opportunity -

just as NAB began to return to normalcy, word was received of may be requested by officers
another hurricane in formation off the weft coast<<: of Cuba and storm who feel they have the qualifications -

rip warnings were hoisted along couth Florida's east coa&t. for postgraduate work with-
out the additional years of training
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The Old And The New I .
1 Jax Navy 'Lacrosse Practice j

VA-5 Gets 15 Corsairs To (Continual from Page 1) Delayed By Lack Personnel Attending '

Ship's Service t..t"rtat' Bonal".1. Of EquipmentPractice I \

..... .s. and u\al Jewelry 1 More' inJacksonville. Educational Classes
Replace Grumman of candidates for the ,
Avengers Children tickets Mill first station lacrosse team was Secure
sell fur < 0 (irttts chile Cf..waJadmi..to.iun I May EarlyIn
> delayed last week by failure to
B Lt. (jg) E. It. Wiseman I
> prices Mil |M> U.ltt. IU-- obtain equipment Coach
Comprising what is probably the beginning of the greatest 54-tied seats Mill cost $!>.0. M. H necessary Gatchell announced, after order that more lot''toOnlM'J

piece of streamlining effected in Uncle Sam's l'asinct Transportation to and from the talking to Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. may be available to participate in
the Educational Service
the war's end, VA-5 slid its hangar doors open this week stadium will also be furnished NAS Rubino. Officer-m-Charge of Physical students and instructor program will: be,

admit 15 sleek-lined Corsairs as replacements for the hme- personnel The first bus will\ leave Training:, that practice would allowed to secure early so that
at 1200 from the corner of Yorktown begin a* soon as the sticks and
}honored albeit in the they can to their classes
warwearyGrumman Avengers tor- and Mustin, and busses will bails arrive get Oft

jedo training! !! piogram. leave periodically thereafter just A number of enthusiasts have time, it was announced in Station
Cries of 'me Queen is dE'JUJ- as soon as they. are load -3, Following already signed up for this oldest of 4G-47 last week
long live the King!" echoed in the the games busses will be waiting all sports and anyone else wish The memorandum pointed out

immediateicimty" of Hangar 115 on the north side of the ttand ing to try out for the" team may do that clashes will be held between

where students, instructors, and for the return trip to NAS so by calling Lt. Comdr. GaUhell 1600! and 1700 week days and student -

raliMted personnel of VA-5 gathered Out to Better Itanord at Ext. 765 facilities will be available

to view the proceedings XVhi'e'! The Fliers will be out to better between. 1300 and 1700 on Saturdays -

the sturdy Avenger, erstwhile their 1946 record and garner national Watch lists will be arrange** I .
Queen of the Fleet, is not jet officially service honors At the cke SundayCuatinuel so that they will not conflict witt

dead, King Corsair is expected of the '46 season, Jax-Navy had attendance at classes.
: .o wor1:: his way' into power four wins and four losses to its ( from lae J)
The barracks assumed the appearance -
slowly but surely and succeedto credit and was ranked fourth urged by Captain Albert to see
the throne by the first of January of a nursery one nite last i among the service teams of the that their children are present and
week-we take in babies
I nation. The two top elevens!, Fort on time DL
out to baby-sit1! Never a
Under the new plan, as outlinedin going Penning and NAS Pensacola, played Navv. families with children too
dull moment The galley
NAAdTraCom Training Memo- Jaxmen last season and will young to attend the Chapel Service SnJ
played a new role in acting as a
laudum No 31-47, both the SB2C's for Helen Crcley. Noth- again tangle with the Fliers this or enroll in the Sunday' S<:hoclWE'rt"
in VA-4 and the TBM's in VA-5! garage year Both teams dropped the Fliers reminded that they' may' 1l'a'ethe .
ing will seem unusual anymore. -The |,rU e .if meat, h -ing
will be reduced in number and the and the locals will be gunningfor tots at the Nursery Play-
Those plastic; bubbles floating what it K'' tn one t.( the beet
eiut supplemented by the additionf revenge this season. ground between the hour of (r9s*)
around add to the" confusion of reasons I know *>f for shipping
F4U Corsair-type aircraft. It is Thompson has been assisted! this and 1200 on Sundays while they I ''
to Will we "\f"f'
things () never grow
expected that about 350/, of all are attending the" I
KnkKt-lbiiM*, Paul Chapel Services
VA up' Oh well, we don't ask questions season by Harry
from Advanced Training -
We have fun" King, and lien Adams. KnUkel-
will Teport to AD squadrons in just "804" CLUB
bine is a former \\iM" 'uudn University
the Fleet and the Jo Bit-s bent greetings to -
changeover to everyone guard, and King wa an outstanding _to II ,___.- _"""""", .,
Corsairs from Lil Ole New York, and
is taking place in orderto lineman from the University -
better train these students to our former MAA, Abbie Bogert of Pennsylvania Ben Adams "

fly AD aircraft, according to Cap- is spending leave in California ,, the regular tackle for the '
tain William E. Centner, Jr., NAA- Both gals say they're having a Jax-Navy squad has twin tutoringthe I c a reiRji
TC wonderful time but will be
Training Director These figure : gladto husky talkies and working,
apply for the period from November get back to the Navy routine. with the line In grneraL
1947 to July 1948 Twenty-year women! ...
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With the arrival of VA-5B Corsairs Were losing more girls .
this week came the first indication Cathy Lehman and Jane Bischoff : i

that the now historic are on the outgoing list along with Static ,
Grumman torpedo bomber would Helen Brown Aldridge, who left I !

soon be put to pasture. This marks last week. Dan Cupid is cutting In (Continued from rage 1))

the approaching climax to the long, on the Navy women. to be complete and in working order .

arduous career that stemmed from After last, week-end we can call by the time Ocil Field personnel -
the Gumman aircraft factory dur- Phil Pool "Pinky." That a peachy ; arrive It will operate on a I

ing the first months of the war sunburn, Phil, did you catch any 24-hour basis and will service visiting -
and flew through countless aerial and NATS aircraft
planes as
fish So many people go on fishing -
engagements in every theatre of well as jobs Shops such
trips, but we never bee any emergency .
war, bringing the Navys carrier- fish wonder what they use h Ordnance, Electric Meta Shop. ;S, y a
borne death punch to the" very for bait and others will be combined for I i'4 .,.. '
doorway ut the Japanese -
Empire No the convenience and nerds of all *a.S1AR-S S
The same Avenger watched the doubt everyone wondered if
evolution of the Navys numerous Jean MacKenzie had com back to squadrons .
Civilian sorbets under the direction : kw af
lighter plane and the passing of Jax for duty when she was seen -
the HBV dive bomber and kept its around for a couple of da ye. Mac of Shop Store Supervisor
plate nn the battle-line virtually is doing flight orderly duty with Tom Forreet augmented the"
h'1I'plau'at.Je. NATS, *o she jut pastes through of seamen assigned Two

But the versatile Avenger served here now and then Glad: to have a welders, B. C. Haze and Charles J
former Henke, and one metal worker, H,
a double purpose" at home as the shipmate drop in anytime.
Navy'B torpedo bomber training R Lutzn, woj <*d as the "di>JfIto.I .

plain in the Advanced Training -0" 'I.1TH KAJIKKft KIIOI I JitlCHi" team ,lefporuiible. for thelargewale
1. Command VTB ATU No. ,&<, -I.Ung. programNormal .
1, now m., .() tH ALL DAY MOMMY
VA ATU No 5, trained thousandsof -----
pilot who carried their knowledge Starting Saturday, the Officer1
Barber Shop in the" Oiht.
-r'e Club
to payoff spots in the Pacific R aaw
Will be open until 1300 on Saturdays ;
: and Atlantic. Many of these
<< but will be closed ail day +
saute pilots ale now VA -5 instructors Continued from s
Monday. Page 1)
; and 'f't'JiJJ]] the heated tempoof
training: at NAS Fort Lauderdale service wan restored. The station .
and NAB own power plant went into action
Opa Locks as well
as lie hrttt tit tombat NAS Junior Choir and mfrjency f
Training in CoriMire will await Meets Saturday to the hospital 1 and other critical ._
and activities I -- -
the pioiriw ut inslctnnizstion area I NTATION'h ('IXltKI: ) I' : : again have their own
scht'lukd for VA-5: instructors to TIM lint iitt,*tint of the NAH By yesterday the skies ha club for parties Jano'S: and just plain lounging; In leisure hours,

begin next week To provide more Junior Chile will IM hell till cleared i somewhat and Indlcation8// Complete with pro) tables, card tj Abies' a snack bar dance floor,

! Co..ar.trainf'tJ; pilots for both VA- Saturday iiMintluf *t 1160 MI were that finally, m.rm"lpt'ro\- powder room, 'library, <'ornfortfibly' furnished lounge and a ship's
4. and V AIt If; ) to tiona would be Hut the I Service store the "
I planned combine lie fvnall n *jM-l I. It WM tuiiiotiiutd powible << rtmodfhil 'Ji04 Club In comparable to the lent
VF ATU No 1 and VF ATU in the ini...MlMxtif dub
thiM" week. mercury hovering private in this area A Iif to ittft .op it off, there's no mt'mbt-rfjbip
No. 3 uruier VF No. l'. organization Awjr |*>y or girl wb can sing < >. and low seventies, revealed A hostess will look after the topiovWIe mfort of visitor and guests and

giving approximately 12 F4U" In url4 Pilots to the VA ATU'n. i 'Ultl." recreational facilities'



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The dear old lady, wandering

about hazily at the wedding; reception '*- y

came upon a young man: _

In faultless dress f
<: "Oh," she chirped, "Dear me, ;

, 'I- you're the bridegroom of course." _

'. +j'.. "No," he answered glumly, "I I J !
.' :* was eliminated In the quarterfinals -

I "He's ao short: and she is tall
XOnFJi: Wet"kdIlYt--l13CJ( and 2009; W'l"t"k-en4h-H3I' aw* 2000.THURSDAY .
j must: buy tunny to see them

i kiss each other good-night.. SPRINGTIME IN 3IERRA3."' with Roy Roger
, "They '!: He just looks up FRIDAY
at her and S4ghsv 'So- long'." DANCE
, Station Band. Starts at 2030
' Skipper: "r'ExYeoman and why were GOLDEN EARRINGS," featuring Marlene Dietrich
you broken MONDAY

;. : "In the casualty report "PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY," starring George SatKfero.TUESDAY .
I said! the nets had 'bottle' AND' WKDXEHOAY .
fatigue instead of buttle fatigue" YOUR JOB "MOTHER WORE TIGHTS:' with Betty Gr&ble.

Sailor (on cruise) : "Hey come \ featuring William Boyd
..... look at the big ship* "
Second sailor (:seasick, "Don't I JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
bother me. Cat me when you see I' /
a bu s."* "Now. Mr, who' wa* It you wanted' shot f"* SATURDAY AND SUNDAY *
S |H>W* start at 3OW>

Navy To Get ""Another( Announce Classes In Judo "DARK PASSAGE' TIlUltSO.YtND," starring Humphrey FRIDAY Bogart.SATURDAY .

45,000-Tocr FUt-Top
,. !... "MARAUDERS.;' featuring:-! William Boyd.
... For Interested
j c. (SfiAf-Sinter ship of the US3 Personnel SUNDAY
t ::y Franklin! D-. Rooeveit (CVEf-I: VIK "DKSmCY RIDES AGAIN," with Marlene Dietrtcft.
I ;;;: "" | the US3 :Midway (CVK-4I-)-. MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Classes in the ancient art of Jtxfo wilt fx "
, \\oJ the USS Coral Seca I lCVB43Will: > ? given on "COLD)sAf EARRINGS, featuring Marlene Dietrich
. .' commissioned\ on 1 Oct Itt the station in the- near future, it was announced Ixy the''I WED ". UAr

,,: Norfolk V*.. Naval Shipyardr Physical Training: Department early this week. The classes"I' "PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY:' featuring George Sander"

Th*. Coral Sea is a 45.000-ton will l>under supervision of John S. Truax, CPM oneo THURSDAY"
ircratt: carrier' First wilt :
skipper ( the select few authorized to wear the insignia of the. I l, '
be Captain A.. P. Storrs. USN.

Truax, who- studied under Professor -
OFFICER W I\'KM: CLCB 'UE'l: I Henry Okaskl of Honolulu, BINGO PARTY-Every: Wednesday at 2000 at The Anehmrnett.
theprejident of the American Society MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4. Bldg" 913, open 1Z00-2+011.
Paul A. T Noon, assistant librarian j ,Hospital Chile meets at 1900 Wednesdays
of the main branch of the of Judo, has mastered* MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at HMM

Jacksonville. Public Library will art of Yawara, Nag' No Kit, Fridays.
review the book "The Watts of Shinto No KataH Chatter rHOTOORAPlfY CLUBRoom 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1939/
Jericho> ," by Paul Wellman at next Thursdays:
/has put on numerous exhibitions
Thursday1 mating of the book BOWLING-Six alley located in Mamside Recreation BaifdiMff
review group o< the- Officers' in Naval and Army Hospitals Now hear this! Tonight 25 Sepl No 3. Alleys open alt week from 1630 to 213C).
Wtvc- Club at 14<}') in the "( one-occasion fought Lt. tern her. in the Red Cross Recrea- BOXING Vor information regarding workouts, contact LrtouC.
Club- Comdr. Wheeler of the Navy's tion Hall all: patients be on hand Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mauisid Mat alter

All members! are being urged to BuShips tOo a draw. Wheeler, one for the BJgaley Theater entertain 150O.
attend and bring guests of the better. judo artists in the ers. It will b r a good! show MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located lathe
nation, is soon to be made a mem- Don't miss it'your! South wing of Building No. 955, la open to NAS personnel and
.. -.. ,....., ber of the Black Belt group, the their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions -

highest honor in the art. Keep fingers crossed, fellows by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
Classes will start as soon aa We hope to have another, nograpti available for use of all hands.
'f tii enough men sign up. Truax: is Beach Party 30 September if our LIBRARY-Located on second desk of Mainsid Recreation Building .
: authorized to give blue belt drills 'plans work out. Watch the' schedule No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
I t'M. and rate students members of from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to :2100.
the Blue Belts-if they pass his SWIMMING-(outdoor pools) Daily Monday through Saturday
0800 to 19001; Sunday-1200 to 1900
requirements. I
Some of the "old timers" around
Anyone interested in attending GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
here remember Miss Dolores Bus-
these classes should contact Lt. day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
former Red Cross recreation
Comdr. Rubino at Bldg. 726 or ext. cey trunks prohibited on Golf Course
L Sr I :9a. worker. She paid us a nice visit ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
last week-end. All and
J patients erds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
Red Cross workers were glad to Field.

err Sullivan seer you Dolores TENNIS--Racquets and balls are available at the Physical TrAin-

trig Building No. 726.
aJ (Continued from rage 1) Mrs. Dewberry left last week- AKCHLRY:: -Club, located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800to

ashore, must offset reductions in end for Pennsylvania to visit her 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
size. sister who is seriously ill She has Everyone welcome
Our Navy must not lose in resigned from Red Cross and will NUltS'UV-Spon.iore: by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 110L
stature or deteriorate in performance later return to Tampa, Florida, as Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2400; Saturday-0700 to
S. 1'AV ." he added her husband is stationed there. 0100 Sunday morning Rates Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
New developments in aviation Good luck\ Mrs. Dewberry, in your for each additional child; Card-57 for one child; $2 for each additional -
electronics guided missies ordnance new role as a civilian child; Daily (for working mothers)-$1 from 0700 to 1800.
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new and improved types of -
PATIENT OF THE WEEK Who men be permitted to draw their
ships and planes, and other com-
ponents of naval warfare will be comes to the front of the line as Enlisted Personnel pay part in cash and part in check
I i rReenlistment
+ pursued and advanced to Insure our patient of the week-none
the continuance of our nation other than D. R. Lehman Lehman May Now Be PaidIn

newly-won position of leadershipin hails from University Park Mr., Is
k. world affairs and has two hobbies, music and Cash Or By CheckNAS
"In the future as in the past ait Permitted Aboard
the Navy will fulfill its traditional He enlisted in the Navy on 12December enlisted personnel were

function, as a bulwark against war 1943 and had duty in granted the option of being 'paid !i Ship Outside U.S.

on American soil. both the Pacific and European in cash or by check for the first I
"Our position of world leadership theaters. He- has been in this hospital ( SEA Qualified former mem-
S 5' time in the history of the station :
is a challenge to us tocarry for six months on ward B-7 bers of tit regular Navy or Naval
out our duties with increased with rheumatic fever by Station Order No. 41-47 issued
: II Reserve and inductees living out
1---- .."''''.''''- .,.. ........-- ,.",. .. vigor, efficiency" tenacity, and After leaving the Navy Leh- last week. side the continental U. S. may apply -
imagination man's ambition is to gOo back home Men wishing to take advantage. for reenlistment 01bo"rd
In conclusion, Sullivan called on and get into a school of art, pref- of the check option will notify any
LADY OF THE LAKE -1 K. yIWatfalt "each one of you to join me in, erably the Mellon Art Gallery in their division officers who in turn Navy ship or to any Regular Navy
activity fully equipped with roeiwi-
who play Ruth Andarot taking up that challenge and in Washington D. C His favorite will submit a list of such men to and
ing berthing facilities and
on ..BC'. "Betty Crocker working together with the Army sp Trt is track. .the Disbursing Officer, Pay by to conduct
qualified physical examinations
I ani.i i. !in evidence err theHorn and the Air Force as a team to> Lehman itt unmarried and & check will be made either monthly and
_"' of Lake Michigan- when. further the readiness of all services footloose and 'fancy free, girls. or semi-monthly also' at the op- papers.Alnav. processenlistment
ever he's not working. And Watch out for that tion of the individual.
to dischargetheir responsibilities easy going personality : 187-47 announced the new
it's nlc evide"ce. to our nation" of his Only in exceptional cases' williSkyJi9h ruling.

To be qualified to reenlist as .. 1
stated above the Navy veteran
I STALEMATE must have been' honorably discharged -
By Harold Jones.Sl
: or discharged under: hon-
orable condition and have no(
. ,
N ,' police record Navy veteran who(
s ,,0'""uol'. '" ml have enlisted in another branch

'0'/' of service since their Navy discharge
\ must have been honorably
discharged from the latter branch
of service by reason of expiration -
5\\ r. of enlistment: or conwaience of
the governmentDAUGilT
t f J !:R
Clarence Thornton, ABM(!, and
Mrs. Thornton announced this''
week the birth of a daughter Patricia
\ yk Ann, at the Dependents
q Unit of the Naval Hospital

1 1k ,sea ; Thornton ta i Rear Admiral Ralph ..
Dsvisoft".. drrrer. i


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Four J AIR NEWS 25 September 1947

IT'S A TOUGH LIrE By Sleeves

) J" K-: 5 I Letters To The Editor I ,-- .--...

: : !f
Editorial Ofncr
Pear Editor < (
South Wing Lower Deck Bid?. 930 : ;lI : .1 ;
Telephone Extension 8184 Some time ago y'Q tf quoted AINav 147-47 '

Arthur Al. Greene, Editor 'lithe' Jax Air News Would you give us the .

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the dope on justyh'at we gain in shipping over a .
U. 8. Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida and in accordance with this AINav. tI

printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at Samuel B. Phillips
to the government and in compliancewith
BO expense
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December Overhaul Control Div. Shop 203

1915. Copies are distributed free of charge Assembly and Repair.
I&t the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval EDITOR'S NOTE : We took the matterup
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ot with the Personnel Office to insure that
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air our facts were accurate. In the simplest
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range
And the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear possible terms, here are both the advantagesand I
Admiral Ralph Davlton disadvantages: If you ship over before
Commandant. Seventh Naval District the expiration of your enlistment under this
Cbief of Naval Air Advanced Training
AINav, you can collect your mustering out I
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth, USN. Commanding
leave that
and enlistment at
Jacksonville Naval Air Station pay request r
time. However, if the date of reenlistmentis
Captain Jules F. Schumacher. USN, Commanding r
Naval Air Technical Training Center. more than three months prior to the date rN t .

Captain S. M. Shaar (b1C). USN, CommandingU. of normal expiration of enlistment, you
S. Naval Hospital would lose the shipping over allowance for / \ i t

Captain, F. W. Pri..tman. USNR, CommandingNaval that year. But if you have completed more I Iti
Air Reserve Training Unit than nine months of this last year when you ..

Lt <:<.I. T. C. Moore. Jr.Barrack. USMC, CommandlnitMarine : ship over you will receive shipping: over .

money for the entire year.ondLVieuos. 1
Lt. Comdr. Neil Avery USN O-tn-0 :
Naval Air Gunnery Kang -

Captain C. S. Cooper USN Commanding "I wonder how they figured we could paint this room without
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Fi.ld II a ladder, Elmer?*'

Capt. Alexander M. Hearn, USMC
Maine. Aviation Detachment

Tb JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship's Editorial Association ma- romSatm CommercialBulletin rt tic r' I I it
terlal.) Rcpvblicat.on; of credited matter prohibited without TNeus f ., r
permission of SEA Washington t$, D. C. Republication of anyether 1
matter, except by service publications, It prohibited
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.
Bulletin Mill be accepted until r

space has cell fiblled, but not later '
Support Your Team! CRITICISM than 1000 Thesday. Ext. 8230.

This Sunday the air station opens its When we speak of criticism, we speak of a box, fair condition. As Is $10.
1947! football season against the Parris Is- subject of unusual interest. That is true for Ave.Greene. TlmuQuana ext. 8184 or Manor.see at 4SS1 Blount

Jand Marines. The game, the first of four two reasons. The first, because all of us at 1942 Harley Davidson. Reasonable price recent books on aviation!
scheduled at home will be played at Munici- Excellent: condition. J. M. Lynch ext. Among
times have been criticized. The second, be- 458.Tworoom. added to the library collection is
pal Stadium, now widely known as the Ga- cause we have all, at times, played the role unit house, modern, hot water. THE RIGHT TO FLY. by John
tor Bowl.A Lakeside Villa three miles couth of
of the critic.It
Orange Park on old Middleburg Road. C. Cooper a documented analysis

team backed to the hilt by a loyal should be pointed out that the role of Equity Dill. In two-bedroom house, three year of a third ot. a century' efforts

following of staunch supporters always the critic is not necessarily wrong. We have old. F.H.A. payment 121.50 pcV month. to develop air power for the uses

plays a better brand of ball than a team just fought a war to give men the right in Ideal Owner location leaving town.five mile 5287 Transylvania from NAS. of peace. The author's views of

without such support. Your team needs and Japan and Germany to criticize freely those Ave., Wesconnett. Walter. those efforts as of today and of

deserves that kind of support this year. who are at the head of their respective gov- 1938:and Hudson tires |1SO four-door spent on sedan.repairs New to paint mo- the future are not exactly cheer-

They ought to get it without editorial reminders ernments. Not one of us would want to live tor.$. Good Martins.condition. $400. Phone 2- ful. He defines air power his as the .,-
"capacity to fly" and major
too. in a country where the President is above 1941 Dodge four-door sedan. Original premise is that air power cannotbe
fluid drive, good
paint low mileage
Just remember that the players receiveno criticism. No one likes a dictatorship in any tires, new battery and hoc k1. Excellent divided into good civil power
extra pay. They are not subsidized like a sphere of life. condition.. See W. M.1600.Deal, U19U and bad military power. "He reviews .
Hancock St. NAS after
good many college football stars. They don't Now, since all of us, at times, criticize our 2,500 watt .115 volt gas driven Brings the that development each nation of the controls basic
and Stratton portable power plant. 7.5 principle
have to play. Yet, unless they do, this activ- fellows, how can we make our critcicism H.P. Good condition. Lt. Comdr. Ziegler airspace over its territory and ter-

ity would find itself without representationon Christian? I suggest four rules which will Two ext.lots 702., 0x140 each. dost! to stores, ritorial waters, hearkens to 1919
the gridiron. help. First, we must be scrupulously honest paved streets and sidewalks. W. C. Lott when this principle, plus our mistaken *
Commonwealth Ave., Wootlntoek belief that air couldbe
Now, blocking, tackling running kick- and just. Let us be absolutely sure of the 2640 Park. divided, set the stage power for German -

ing, and passing with heavy gear on in this facts before we criticize anyone.Ve shouldbe Savage rollaway washing bed and machine mattress.used 34228 six month.Dewey; rearmament, and points up

climate is no cinch. It takes a lot of drive, careful about passing judgment on the Park Annex or Rannebarger, ext. 341 implications of all this to any

stamina, will power, and zeal to keep going basis of hearsay information. should also Bldg. S21\ NATTC. peace treaties written out of
7-plece maple llvtngroom suite reason
down there on the field. On the other hand, know how many times the man resisted the able. Good condition Ext. 488 0630-0730 World War II. He notes that the
International Civil Avia.
it doesn't take much to sit in the before he fell what the influ- and 1700-1800 Monday through Friday -
energy temptation ; 0800.1200, Saturday. I. R. Evans. tion Conference (1944) marked at
stands and cheer your team on to victory. ences about him were, and what his back- 1935: Plymouth sedan $325. Excellent least a beginning of teal world
condition Ext. 602 from ObOO to 1700,
You can munch on peanuts, drink cokes, and ground was. If we followed this rule care- or contact Philpott T.E.A. Bks. (2. organization and control of air

generally have yourself a big time. fully, we would never be embarrassed to find 1947 and Chevrolet extras. Phone four-door 2-2156.sedan.Allison.Radio' power capacity and of, finally individual evaluates nations flight including -

There's nothing to bar your way, either, we had spoken harshly of one who was totally Bedroom box] springs suite, chest bed of Simmons drawers,mattress dre.ll'r.tw ,, U. S. A. This Is a careful
this year. Admission to the games is free 11 undeserving of our reproach. -piece livmgroom suite, five-piece study of a crucial problem."

you wear your uniform, and you can bring Second, if we are to be Christian in our dinette Allegheny.et.Rd.Excellent, N Ao!. condition.Chief Johnson 1137A field Another of aviation valuable is book THE in AIR.the

guests without charge, too. To top it all off, criticism, we must do it in a spirit of good 200x600 ext. 283.lakefront 16x16 hut. Newly CRAFT YEARBOOK FOR 1947.
even free bus transportation from NAS to will. Most of us criticize in an angry hateful I painted. Three camp miles south of Keystone -- i the 29th edition of this reference e

the stadium and back after the game is be- spirit. We try to hurt others as much as 81260.Heights Rabb.Four.room $700. $400 down. Phone volume. The material Included Is

ing provided.So we can. We use our tongues instead of fists log bungalow completely furniihed. taken from official sources, includ
100 ft. on water }'Ine fishing, ing government departments, the
let's all get out to the Gator Bowl for and guns. You say Jesus uttered harsh criticism swimming and boating. Lake Wlnott, 68 manufacturers of aircraft equip

the opening game Sunday and all other That he did, but never in anger. Jesus 1946 mien! Ford from convertible Jax. Phone 4-4541.13 months Ford. old ment, and other aeronautical agen

games throughout the season. There's not a used criticism as a surgeon uses his scalpel, 7,000 miles condition like new. $2075 cies. There are chapters on tech-

reason in the world why you shouldn't be to remove a malignant growth that the man 1941 Dr. Buick Seebnch.Itdant'ttf'ext. 415. New motor and nical progress and problems naval

there! might live. Therefore, to criticize aright, we Alexandria tires original Ave.paint. Lt. Braden, 4Jc There aviation is also air transportation a section on flying etc.

-*- must be just, kind, and brotherly. Bedroom suite baby bed livingroom suite, facts and figures and -a direct ry.

Third we must also be constructive in desk sofa, curtains.end table 1412 table,Cumberland lamps, folding Road. This book affords a good reviewof

our criticism. If we spend all our time pull T. E. Reid. ext. 794. all fields of aviation for the \
Joint Pay-Scale Study 1938 Ford. convertible. New top, good year covered 4 ...
ing weeds and never plant any seed, we have condition. $675. Contact Jock Fry 'W'
The library has two books
SEA-A Joint Army-Navy personnel but barren field devoid of harvest. We Trailer 20. Cecil Field. new
( a a 1933:\ Plymouth sedan new 1946 motor for sailing enthusiasts. HOW TO
board directed by Vice Admiral William M. need to remember that when we pluck out four new tires, good condition. 1500. SAIL, by Carl D. Lane is chiefly

Fechteler, USN, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations the evil, we should have a positive good to 81125.Phillippl Bks. 900, ext. 1120G or phone concerned with the rudiments of

for Personnel will conduct a thor- replace it. When we find something wrong Persian kitten Mrs Green.eight weeks old. Phone sailing skill. The several types of
7-6603 modern sail boats
ough study of Army and Navy pay scales, with one of our fellows, let us not only tell 1935 Ford good condition. Ens. T. Riven conditions and suitable localities for various are-

retirement benefits and survivor benefits. him about the wrong but let us have a bur. 10.tr, bid*. 710 Room 245 A'I'UNo. discussed, and the author also explains -

The Army-Navy study is planned to remedy to offer-or keep our mouths shut. 4-plece Phone dinette 22003. set McElwee.and utility cabinet! the basic sea language that

make a survey that will compare the pay Fourth, we must be humble and cautious FOR RENT is HANDBOOK needed. Charles OF D. White's

of responsible officers with that of personsof when we criticize. Most critics take an unholy Six-room furnished apartment. 1312 M,'. complete guide to the SAILING handling is of a
similar responsibilities in private indus- pride in their work. They feel it is to their Duff Ave.. Phone 2-4403 Mrs. Hull- small boats. All aspects of sailing .

try. credit that they "can see more with their One way.or two large bvdroomR. Also can and learning to sail are covered in
share part of nice home. Cooking and simple, direct
shut than others with theirs language. Drawingsand
Also to be taken under consideration is eyes can open. home privileges If desired. Block from. diagrams
are included where
They feel that theirs is the business of criti- NAS bun and two city buMies.. Phone
the establishment of a survivor's benefit 2-1.112, Mrs. BOKIM. illustration ace" needed to explaina
t plan much like that used in private industry, cizing the players rather than taking partin Two-room apartment in private homo. pomtAl .
the Because we know so little of the for couple, no drinking parties or
aside certain game.
whereby "employee a children. Mrs Klrkpatrick, 2688 College -
contrib- facts and motives we must be humble and Street.Roam .
of his and the
portion pay company
and large ulaMed-in |>ori>h Light
The Bible has
cautious in criticism.
utes a like amount. our an housekeeping for couple. Near HAS 1
excellent bit of advice for us all just here ; Phone 2-2689. Mrs. 8tev ns. ,
One of the main reasons for the surveyis Single bedroom and extra-lflrpe: iloulil.
it "Brethren, if a man be overtakenin home. Phone R. the Station ,
says, room private 7-43JU Chtpcli Birmingham \
the Navy's desire to cut down the numberof who spiritual restore such P. Tart, 2230 Poet Street.WANTEO. Read and MuMia Avtnu
a fault ye are _,
and experi-
retirements resignations ProttiUnt
a one in the spirit of meekness. 30-NATTc S el'v"'e Chaplain A. C.
enced officers. An aid in reaching that de- Christian Ride from Springfield.! : 8th soil Liberty lloyrrU45 ,
Let then resolve to be thoroughly ..
us St' U NAS. Working hours 0743 to --ClonrrnlVciKhlp Service
eire, the Navy feels, is to offer pay that is in our criticism from this day forward. 16SO. M. Shaver, ext. 8216: or phone lain !'. E. Albert. --Chap
to that of private industry.In 6-7 656 M. Catliviu .
equal >
Chaplain II. F. Mcnges. Rile from NAS to Atlanta Bench, ('la, OT60-M.il.
addition to the broad pay study, several Every afternoon Monday through Frdny, 0600-Man*.
port which will be submitted to the Secre- at 1680. Cannon ext. 66. I l(0--Maas
boards are studying hazardous-duty pay. mall furnished apartment about 1 October An Outdoor Nursery for small children -
The findings and recommendations of these tary of Defense through the secretaries of in vicinity of NAS. For officer I* maintained between 0900
; and wife. No children. Kxt. 765, Lt. Mid 1200.Page .
boards will probably be included] in the re- the several services., Comdr.: M. 11. Gutrhrll.


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25 September 1947 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five


'ft' Regulations Governing Overtime FACE LIFTING

I .:, : t Work Are Clarified By r flew Order e .

f1 The civilian work week at NAS consists of 40 hours i

: "'II IIii1ve eight-hour days, normally Monday through Friday),

: Ywas reiterated in Station Order No. 71.47 issued this week. w '
s st.
:.. The order emphasized that no civilian employee shall

,J be required to work beyond the established work week except -

: ,, in cases where it becomes necessary to meet demands t.

; of urgent or emergency work
s: j";" or to meet dates of completion

Ii',p''\ established by the Commanding

,; ', Officer or higher authority. Should yv SUAPLYAL.L
:. ':- an employe be required to perform

overtime work, heads of depart-

.inents are authorized to approveff LS a .w wt
such overtime whenever they deem
fit necessary and warranted Insuch N :
) '
cases, heads of departments

: Khali complete form IRD-142 the -
;. day after overtime work Is -
,;;:;; performed TilE BIG WIND. When it looked -
forwarding copies to the
like the hurricane was aimed
Officer and the
Commanding Supply' -
straight for Jax early last week.
and Accounting Officer.
Supply-ers were hugging their radios -
.': :. Should a Group Fib employee for reports almost as muchas g
r who works overtime desire to take
at the war's end. There were
....... ..
.'. time off rather than receive overpay many more rumors floating around --
e such time off shall be than Betty Sted has hair-dos. During 1'ITII-liI"RDfEIS OF 1'EiIiCLES to keep looking bright and shiny, the Transportation Paint
men during the pay period in that early afternoon period Shop at the P..bl.1'orks Department is a pretty: b uny place An endless pro essiun ot vehicles passes

: \ lich the overtime work is per ..when we were first alerted for through the shop to get a brand nrw coat of Navy grev To insure a sleek-looking .|ob the men of the I

>i.z.:: formed. However, if the employee "secure," the Gold Dust Twins :shop spend as much time in preparing the surface as they do in actual painting Her the smooth

: .Jtf: who elects to take time off is unable Tom and Ray Forrest, closeted out the old paint on a pick-up truck prior to painting

1 ,.,;: to receive this time during themselves somewhere on the first I
;:i ]. the day period in which the work deck, meticulously plotting the

otr was performed, the Supply and course of the storm during its ex- Beneficial Suggestion Program Is H
Accounting Officer is authorized pected journey from the Atlanticup !

to pay for the overtime work. to and through South Florida,

,'t. Whenever possible, the order and on out into the Gulf Aided by 'Popular With Station's Employees

ft:. stated, heads of departments shall compasses, rulers, triangles, charts
"i" follow the practice of furloughing and the latest longitude and lati-
tude data from various sources, :Many NAS employees are
without during the work
-.f pay est share of the awards, $2,347.50
"All of the Naval Air
; I:;" 'week, prior to the time overtime they finally drew an impressivedot taking advantage of the opportunity going to 57 employees. Supply's
at a particular place on the Station should take in theStation's
} part
;4 work is performed, those employees I to supplement their portion of the awards was $250.00for "
.,'._. whose service will be ret map. "There" they declared, four and Suggestion Program, he
outside of their regularly- "that's where the storm is now!" regular earnings by turningin employees, two em- said, "as it is a means for themto
t Trn'igulred of the Public Works De-
scheduled work week. only to discover that, if true, the Beneficial Suggestions to ployees suggest better methods and new
t -: hurricane would at that moment the Station's Committee on partment received $75.00. tools and to receive{ cash awardsor
Public Law 600 passed by the
-1 have! been beating the fool out of other recognition for adopted
Awards to Civil
Employees.This ,
Houston, Texas. Whereupon their 79th Congress, authorizes local ideas."
INSIDEPUBLIC listeners, breathlessly awaiting the week alone, 63 employeesfrom Committees to grant awards up
Jesuits of this research the Assembly And Repair, to $275 for suggestions submittedand Michael Gascon, the Recorder,
iw: WORKS dispersed to the nearest ,radio quietly for Supply and Public Works Depart- adopted, increasing by $25 the pointed out that Ideas do not haveto
authoritative ments received award checks to- former $25Q limit. This law has be original, as originality does
r" .Probably the most welcome news more reports. taling 2672.50, and the Recorderof also made possible a uniform scaleto not impair the value of the sug

locally is that the footbal seasonis HODGEPODGE. Ola May Bry- the Program stated that inves- be used by all government activities gestion. He also stated that ideas
here Public Works ant leaves the station on the 29th not adopted in the form originally
again. was tigation of the ideas submitted by in making awards.In .
at the Landon- of September for DeFuniak submitted, but which led to an improvement -
'" .well represented these employees revealed that approximately a complllation of this year'scrop
4:y." Lake Herschel Lee Springs where she and her hus- or still entitle
City game $42,540 in savingswill the records showed that 661 economy
f. ). Laurie Rosenberg, Dub Faglie, Red band will reside for a time. The be realized by NAS duringthe suggestions have already been received the suggester to an award or

rt: Dawson, Tom Cowan, and Pete mister is there now, trying to locate first year's use of these sug- as compared to a total of other consideration.
them harles
a house for
; Capps were in the group. Lee says gestions. Of course, many of the 515 for the entire year 1946. Regardless of how simple an
Pait, who is veddy veddy English
1' they never did play the National ideas which eliminate safety and A. O. Anderson, Chairman of idea may seem, put in writing and
for his "Night Must Fail" role,
V Anthem- .DIXIE. Leaving the for health hazards, increase produc- the Committee, stated that the submit it to the Recorder, Bene-
". playing the last time tonightat
stadium the boys were overheard tion, and make possible the turn- purpose of the program is to ficial Suggestions, Bldg. 450: or
the Ponte Vedra Bath Club, ex-
,," discussing the game. Lee said that pects to leave civil service about ing out of better work can not be arouse and stimulate employee drop it in one of the many con.
North Carolina put up a good fight evaluated in box
\ monetary savings. participation in the submission of spicuously-posted suggestion
the end of the year to attend the
I : but that Landon just had more Alviene Dramatic School in New The Assembly and Repair De- ideas, and thereby help to increasethe es. It may bring you unexpected

..; players in the field. Laurie corrected York City Betty Sted whose partment again received the larg efficiency of the service. cash
I\-\, him, pointing out that North
; wasn't He said name never appears in this column
\' Carolina playing. -

,ff*....' it Dawson was Notre said Dame it wasn't and Fletcher.Fletcher 21-day(more than jaunt once to California a week), is L.on A.a -: -, & &Z ..",.... !n pee ing

in particular Maybelle Roycroft's -
}ft.7; High-it was Fletcher's Cocktail ==
t' 't. Lounge. Dub thought that Brooklyn newest grandson has ben f- The
L- -
named "William --
"' could have beaten all three Stephen. ;= =_ AROUffD *
\ : teams on the field that night. Tom Clyde Whitaker confidently ex- &Rnginf" Inspectors
1 Bald what the stadium needed was pects the University of Georgiato }; Overhaul by Carl W.

:. +t" dome pedestal fans. Pete was silent ride to football victory over ail Player All during. the. recent. hurricane Hy HELEN IU'KNETTEOut

} It.. -he thought all the statements opponents, since his son recently scarf'narne Hart was taking ture. Tough huk Fergie but the deepest sympathy is extend
s ':'. were correct. entered that college. Junior's fine it easy and chuckling to him- gang still! sends their good wishesto ed to A. L. Hayes and his family
,. sports record at a local high school self. Seems like he knew all the your daughter, Mary. in Miami. Florida on the recent
\ +'j' Mary Rodgers in :Maintenance is expected to continue in the high- time that Claude Pepper was goingto death of his brother, James, who
', that she and Elenor Wemble- The statistics section in Plan-
jays institute O. K. the
I er-learning route storm around Jacksonville was electrocuted while repairing
F, dorf visited Waldo (that's a town) Carl, I'm printing it, now you do and send it on to Corpus ning has recently lost more of its wires torn down by the recent hur-

t -, over the week-end.tNext thing, it Frank Reiter and Tom For- Christi. personnel. Charles] Masek resigned ricane.
-j, Mary will be going tor reasons unknown; Nancy Les-
9 rest were honored at a surprise That happy look see on the .
:I !', And you ter and Alvin Smith have been Best wishes for a speedy recov
or< even Kingsland, Ga. speaking -
. -t party, given by some of the Sup- faces of so many E. O. personnel
to L. E. Jordan who is confined *
transferred to another section and ery
:1j, ;: of traveling, F. H. McKinleyhas ,
: ply-ers, at the Colonial Restaurant nowadays is probably caused by to a local hospital for treat.
but Hare
last not least
i ',, gone to Pennsylvania to bring during lunch hour Friday, the the fact that just scads of them Bunny"
\ ment. miss Louie, and
)has taken that varation. you
his to delayed
mother Jax. McKinley
i i sayshe'll
twelfth. There dinner have been tendered
was a nice recently -
permanent will be back with
hope us soon.
Florida the two-week shutdown, you
4 be back in time to see During
cake (with about 197 candleson
a appointments.
C. A. Sandefur ACMM, was recently
of the few
Bunny was one peopleleft
'Ii.':' beat Mississippi. It was reported it), ice cream, and all the birth- Well, baseball season is just made leading chief of the
to hold down the Have
that Chuck Sears, snapper electrician -
( day trimmings-the boys' birth- about All that remains now
gone. vice E. T. Cook
department ,
while tying up his boat in days being only a day apart is the World Series, and it looks run, Bunny, but hurry back. We JUt .
preparation for the hurricane, fell Minnie Pearl Williams has learned like the Dodgers and the Yankees. miss you.
overboard and had to be fished out why they call certain types of Numerous enthusiastic fans in E. It seems that other sections in The following men fall chiefs)

by his wife. Joe Nettles is going to carpets "throw-rugs." She recently O. will be interested to learn that Planning Division have been are welcomed into the Depart.
Miami to attend the Southeastern the addition of new ment: BARLOW; E. L., ACMM;
took a ride on one in her home. permission has been granted to op- graced by
Shriner convention. Take some asEn The aircraft status BARXTER M. N./ ACM; BETH-
Her friends tease that it was prob- erate a few small radios in the employees.
with you, Frank. section welcomes ex-Lt. Harlan ,
ably too much mountaindewwhich division in order for all hands to
I e Design and Engineering Dl- her son brought back from keep posted on the progress of Buergey who has been in the hospital ACM: BORDERS, D. N., ACM;

regretfully told Its supervisor his trip to the Carolinas, but Minnie the games. However, Lt. :Arthur for an extended length of CAREY J. L., ACM: CARR, P. W., '
Lt. Henry White, goodbyelast Pearl stated emphatically that I says work must continue as usual time. Welcome back, Buergey. ACM; CHAMBERS J. D., ACRM;

Monday. Lt. White is being she was a "tow-teetler." You without any congregations aroun.1 Also, the 265 section welcomes DAVIS, H. B, ACMM.: DEERING,
transferred to the Great Lakes, motorcycle enthusiasts have a I the radios. Thomas Rogers back into their W. U, ACMM; DROUIN, R. C.,
Illinois, Naval Area. He was also ACMMP; ECKERSON D. G., AC
At friend in Vera Simonds, who is I happy group.
T. L. Cannon gets the nod as thisdivision's
!x serving as Housing Officer. VirIi. -
f' not only a member of the local i most unlucky boy this' Mama Stauss finally got her son'
i.F ginia Walpole reports that Mr. ; ,
club rabnch of the off to the of Florida
motorcycle -a week. It cost T. L. fifty dollars to University in
R. L., ACMM; HEATH, H. S.,
McMahan is the proud owner of
national but also Gainesville last week to find
organization only
find out that the sheriff's brother-
nine brand new little Wh.itdo
pups. the Jacksonville reporter on its in-law has the of the herself bringing him back home
right on
way HUNT, J. R., ACMM: JOHN,
do in a case like that -
you sheet. Her husband A. C., is with throat infection.
: news highways around Hilliard, Florida. Saturday a
give out dog biscuits'Betty active member and is We he will be able to
also a very Football talk is beginning to surely hope
Herrington in PW-Filcs J., ACM {; JOHNSTON. F. ,
'' credited with having built a motorcycle the conversation once return to school soon.
r ': if knows of a gooJ ACMM; JOURA. R. K. ACM;
,,:{ .furnished nays anyone apartment in Springfield, out of odd parts, with more down in our shops, and it The presence of Mr. Field has KAHN, J. E., ACMM.; KIDD, E.

-t.,, call her at ext. 677-she and hub- Vera ably assisting Lizzie Mae I I seems we have more pigskin en- certainly been missed around the C., ACMM: ; KING. C. M, ACMMj
Long is taking her first trip to thusiasts now than last year. This office lately. Must be nice to have LcBOUEL, E. N., ACM: McGILLI-
by are having acute housing problems -
New York, while you read this. writer is always reluctant ( ?) to a two-month vacation. Have fun, CUDDY, J. S., ACMM: MELSTED

Comdr. ,V. S. Johnson, AsstV She plans to spend a day in Wash comment on his favorite teams, Charlie, but hurry back. H. O F., ACM; MICELI, C., AC.

;.: Station Public Works Officer, is ington ,too, cruising up the Poto- but, when pressed for an opinion, Planning Division Time Sectionby MM: MILLER, G. L., ACMM;
mac to Mt. Vernon At last! will admit that he thinks the Uni-
: still on sick leave. The depaitrment Wjnonna Spurlock-Well, .it MOORE, R. G., ACMM; MUEL1ER -
'."..)( wishes him a speedy recov- Wally Kasting is the proud papa versity of Florida will surprise seems the gang in the Time Section F. A., ACM ; MURPHY, 1).
: of Linda Kay Kasting, born Fri- the most pessimistic fan this year H. SKINNER A. J. AC-
1 !. During his absence it is noted is beginning to wander into ACMM.: ,
Ij,4I cry day the 19th at st. Luke's. Mama, We also think old school
i that Capt. H B Jones is the champion our other fields of activity. MM; SNYDER. E, ACMMj:
coffee consumer of the deatmt'nt. papa and daughter are all doing (Robert E. Lee High) will win the Willie was back to help us out SMITH, C. H., ACMM, SZAFRA-

We wonder .if the Cap- fine, although papa admits that Florida Big Ten Conference Cham- one day last week. It was run NOWSKI, C. A.. ACMM; TULL

this column. ? ? their apartment without mama pionship this year. At any rate, day off, but he was here bright W. E., ACM; URE, J. F., ACOM;
looks like a freight train had hit we'll be looking them over as the and early. It was grand to see WOODWARD R. B., ACM: WY-

Oakland, Calif. <( ty-year-old Thomas J. Thompson home the day you read this has tickets on the fifty-yard line His aiding us at a time when we R. II, ACM.

received his discharge pay from I for sale for the FloridaGeorgiagame badly needed it is to be highly What happened to your week.

the government The ex-GI got a She: (after he had stolen a quick I'll' take two. commended. We all know he could end planned in Brunswick, Ross,

> check: for $147.30. It was only 48 kiss) Don't you know any better Planning division- by IMaKJpa have been having' a lot of fun elsewhere Stanko, and Zeringue? Well, you

'. yearn late in coming.. He saw Philippine than that?" Congratulations] seem to be in or- and we appreciate his consideration know the old adage, "The best laid

:. service--during the Span- lIe: "Yes, but they take more der for Loyce Fergerson. She of his former co-work plans of mice and men Maybe. .' .
t :,: .. ish-American War. time." gains a son-in-law in the near fu- ers. next time, huh? .
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d} : I'I'. ri ptal! : r-' r: '$ck.-.Mh.r. :USN;, I A TCenPw AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL

I ;; I II, I Cusaa..hajCceaeanJer II! '. ;

tbilMrt f PM... USH : With the hurricane last week's most talked about sub.
J:.....,.. .. ,
ject, having passed, the next big blow to hit the Divisi V*
O>mm ndr J. W. WillUa. USN memnlMi
Public Information Officer. the October 1st discharge. No less than nineteen

Advisor to Jaw Air New ree of the Division are leaving for places unknown after having

BdJtorUI Ofn_ for NATTC-Se<'ti<1A, EG.ma 1ST .o-l 1M. their fill of "Trade, Travel, and Adventure". It's not that
Adauni.tr.tio! BuiMin-M.)-A. Tori. ExC :20*. I we won't miss them as after a couple of years fellows sort of

We'd like them to know that best
After the recent "Hurricane," grow on you. our
Arthur T. K..t.o>>.ikoiLe. SlN the O-inC of AOM "B" School re wishes go with them in all their_future plans.

.w.wrir_ ported that the damage! in the In preparation for their future
Robert J. WeMin. 31.
AOM "B" area from the big time in the Navy, three men front

All Pho o. r.i>ln are official! U. S. Nave PhotloCrllph..lot by HASP "Wind" cannot be repaired until the Division added stripe or an
utO Lab and A*. Fund. School Photo Lab unlowt odwrwin" eredit.d.a next spring.An i &o/i
inspection revealed (8) eight, I l eagle to that port arm during the .

mind you. pine cones blown froma past week. Doyle made AEM2!

tree near. the Hangar. The cones NATTC Library and Tyndall advanced to AMMI12

will normally replace themselvesnext while McKain added that ever important
spring. Sometimes even those in the
first stripe as an ABM*.
what Navy like to. read about the Navy.A Congratulations to the former and:
We were wondering
although we'd like to do the
BROWN meant when he asked the book called. "American Sea same
for McKain we have receive
students Monday morning: "If Power Since 1775" trace the development yet to
I our cigar. It seems IM passed
they were happy the" way they of the Navy from the them out to all the various officers '
lived in their home. What with

a WHAT TO DO! WHERE TO GO! the students mustering at Bldg. war schooner in 1773 Hanna, to our the first Third man-of-and We've around had the base from CumbgN
No. 500 seemingly by the gross, we report
Seventh fleet at Leyte Gulf. Almost >
understand his question. land Road about a modern
now fully
half of the book Is devotedto
Franklin who his wecR-
Most of the boys are, planning a spends
the event of the last fiveyearsevents
ends out with kite
a Investigating
MOVIE SCHEDULE crusade against that filthy weed"cigarette'
which of
on many
did Tex Williams further we found the culpritto .
NATTC you have first hand information, be you'll never believe
really mean It when .he said "You me-
The book does not read like a
it's the old tower man himself
have another ,
to cigarette -
THURSDAY-KEY WITNESS with John Beal and Trudy Mar just."got novel but it is full of many inter- Chi-Chi Chi idem. Maybe It's tint

shall. Shows at 1730 and 2015 How much truth is there to the eating facts and 1* honest -- at I Captain Muncee U cracking up.What' .

FKIDXY AND: SATURDAYCARNEGIE HALL, starring Marsha rumor that KOBESKA will switchto least Pearl Harbor is not treated i that you say. Chief T Oh,
like something that might
Hunt, William Prince and an all star cast. Shows at 173O and 2015on the Hooligan Navy 4 perhaps just go fly a kite"The :
Friday BOO, 1730 and 2015 on Saturday. some dear old gal's promises will happen anyone. latest word from the Hnpital -
urge him on). Walter! Karig. with others, has chalks up a nine pound MX
\Y-BL3NDIES IN THE DOUGH, with Penny Single II
SUM) written the third volume in hisseries
Did you notice a good percentage ounce boy for Chief RI van back
ton !and Arthur Lane Shows at 1400. 1T3O and 2015. of what happened to the
of the students pressing whites and the Mr*. over the past weekend
MtSU.YSU: : TUKs; ;DAY-DARK PASSAGE, starring Hum Monday evening? (What, special Navy men and Nary ship in Mother and child doing floe
phrey Bogart and Lauren! Bacall. Shown at 1730 and 2015. liberty ? I IEVERHART World War II. The present volume although it was reported one of
in DOBBIN'S estimation carries the story from the the cigars had floored the Hold
WKDXKMIA: : .MARAUDERS, with William Boyd and Andy
: U a handy man to have battles of the Coral Sea and Midway man". Congratulations to both!
Clyde Shows at 1730 and 2015.Tl'RSIAYDESTRY I the Navy participation in
around when loading bombs. He Some of the things that did
SIDES AGAIN, starring Marlene Dett- handles the hoist expertly-and only I the march up the island from come out of the hurricane is the

rich and James Stewart. Shoms at 1730 and 2015. dropped 3 in d attempts That is the Solomons to Bougainville, and diary being installed in 425 so
,)')) in our language', but. is that the engagements in the Aleutians that they can keep fifteen minute
good? ? ? ? > to the occupation of Kiska The entries of the next storm. In that
Yellow Water GOODROE, if you wonder who 'accounts of fovements and engagements way, Coppertop Owens will just
gave you that expert hot foot why are not only accurate, but have'to read about it without questioning .
THURSDAY-NO SHOW.FKIDVY not ask H readable and often stirring an hands. Other e.mtn
AND: SATURDAY SINGAPORE, starring Fred Mac- Overheat JOHNSTON complaining A new historical novel in the that will go down in the annals ia
Murray and Ava Gardner: about not getting his ration -: grand manner is Lion Feuchtwan- the cry. "Where's the storm r'I

at'NL.AY-KEY: WITNESS, with John Beal and Trudy Marshall of sleep: lately. Seems to us ger s "Proud Destiny," a novel of I which continually harrasAed Uwi
I he was singing a different tune the American Revolution as seen i Aerographer's Mates in Bldg. :520.
not long lR. F. that tit from the Court of Versailles This IChilders tied down ini .
ago. ( everything
MMVY= AND: TtJ.oSUAV-CARNEGIE HALL, starring Mar- instead
book novelizes history
The 'Ji question in AOM "A" i eluding McClockey's coffee cup
sha Hunt and William Prince. I
school these days is "Will Class of supplying an encyclopedic and "Queenie" Lyons finally had
WEINEsIAY-BLONDIE: : IN THE DOUGH, wth Singleton for lot of fanciful
Penny 4i.) graduate?" How about itPAL'S. I background a an excuse! for those bags under
and Arthur Lake. goings-on. The book introduces as his! eyes due to the three day
NOTICE.: THERE WILL NOT BE ANYMORE MOVIES AT : one of the two main characters watch.
Pierre Caron de Beaumarchais,
Even though we had one of Arden has replaced Nugent oa
I who, if not known at all by most
those "FLORIDA HURRICANES"last Shore Patrol and the latter is now
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD Americans, is known as the author .
to be MAA Proclaiming
week.: Class EB-21 kept righton going an
of "The Barber of Seville" and
could : his innocence, Perry "K. A*
plugging so they gradu "
FLEETS IN Open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg. 517. "The :Marriage of Figaro However
ate tomorrow from their twenty-! was dragged off to the "Saltflnes"
and snacks available. Beaumarchais was the key
I) this week after
four weeks! of instruction Everyone checking
In the French
lion-LlNu-s.x alky i/t Ships Service avail jr'Sandwichu will surely miss DOHMANN; figure manf'uvf'ringwhich the needed 'out a miner's lamp. Out in the
finally supplied
able l' a.i personnel Monday through Saturday. EDDY KLEIN and ORR. A sun once more is Chief Karptn the colonies. The
French aid to I
1700-21.10, League games have priority. "mighty good" record was made other character is Benjamin who has been transferred from Basic .

rs.Vl'lC LlliUAUl Located in Auditorium. by these boys not only in scholastic Franklin, and it i is the human Skills to Fire Fighting. An.
Open Monday, luesday, fcursday and Friday 1300 to standing but in character too Franklin which emerges the other change was seeing Mahoney
2100. Wednesday. 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday We are still waiting for DeFEY- Franklin with his! appetite for shaved Sunday morning and nowif
123U: to 2100. TER and ALBERT to start pass- "old wines and young women," his Phillips will only. gel a haircut.

trig around CIGARS for making penchant for frequent hot tub-
their ratings to AEM2c. We are his three mile walk day
n A1IILJC11G GUA1C Available at Gear Lock**. proud anyway. bings his fondness for working nude in Officers Wives Club

Physical Training Department, Bldg. SIX: If anyone knows or (should the mornings and his battles with
know) about generators, HOL- the- gout.. The action covers the Meeting' To Highlight
TENNIS-RacqueU and balls available at Physical LENBECK should after! taking it whole Western! world and deals

I raining! Bldg 513. apart and seeing what makes it"tick" with the negotiations and events Fashions By PurceHs
in his car. The story ended which resulted in a commercial
j \Ip with having to buy a new one. treaty, loan and an alliance\ between The latest in styles and fashIons
SVVIAl.UI.NG POOL .No. 1-(Bldg. 518) For Naval Too !bd that we cannot talk France and the embattled will be the theme of the
Personnel with Guests. Children under 12 yearsare CHUCK LONG into reenlisting in'the U. S. A. forthcoming Officers' Wives' Meet
not allowed in the pool unless, accompanied by a Navy. LONG starts checkingout ---- ing to be held on October 9th at
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday Tuesday but says he will pay ned men had their families to the Commissioned Officers" Club
1300 to :2015. Saturday 0900 to 2i>15. Sundays: and Jacksonville a visit sometime, help them out. Little Betty Jo Sponsored by "Purcells", one of

Holidays: 1300 to 21Ht' somehow. I BRUNSON took a baseball bat Jacksonville's! leading stores in
CHIEF FRASE is wearing those out to defend her daddy, becauseshe women's apparel The Style Show

SWIMMING POOL No. 2-(Bldg. 419) For male I dark glasses again. Just becauseit didn't like the way they made featuring only the latest will commence
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to : rains all the time he probably him slide down on second base. I at 2 'o'clock sharply Teat
1200 and 1730 to 2O45 Saturday 0900 to 2015. Sundayand thinks he U in HOLLYWOOD By the way, on the married men's t will be served immediately following
: Holidays 1300 to :2013. I CALIFORNIA., FRASE if itI team, they weren't too particular the fashion show
c I is for health's sake, we give you about whether you were marriedor A small sum of $II O> will' .
RECEPTION ROOM-Located in Auditorium for our sympathy not: just if you had had one '; charged for admission

: NATTC Personnel, relatives and guests. date with a girl you were eligible ceeds of the Fashion Show will bo

Everyone will agree with me i turned' over to the Station Nursery .
BINGO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's that Uv Division Party, given I noticed something at that .
Service in Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 20)) till 2230 Sponsored Saturday, was the "best yet"; particular game that night revolutionize All officer wives. are invited
by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville Proceeds for the Nur- thanks to the organization and softball. At each base, I to attend with a special invitationto
management! of Chief BRAZET they had a G. I. can full of beer, all wives of officers: who have
sery. and his committee. so the players! could refresh themselves recently reported aboard. Officers'

WHERE TO GO-ASHORE Chief CROW was right in character on their! way aroundyouwere I wives are urged to bring their civilian *
bonding over a hot barbe- goal for only about 3 home- friends.

SALVATION: ARMY CLUB formerly at 122 W. Forsyte Street cue pit. all day; but something runs that way.Comman.Jer I Those wishing to attend must
U now located at 900 Liberty Street 200 Bed Dormitory which Includes tells me that it wasn't the heat SAUTER did a fine- l have their reservations by Tuesday '-

locker and shower $.50. A snack bar breakfast, lunch and alone that made his face so red: job of umpiring; but found out noon October 8th. Phone,, '
short orders served at reasonable prices. We discovered we had, a second as is the usual case that nobody Commissioned Officers Me *-Em- .
Burl Ives in our midst. JONESY appreciates: the umpire, as much I tension 8187 '
VVIIKUK TO GO ASHORE: NCC3 Club at Church and Newna really knows how to strum a gui- as they should LT. HARLOW -- -+ .. _
o Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 230O, Saturdays, 1200 to 2100 tar, and his special selection' of really gave his pitching arm a When asked what she considered -
t Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays Saturdays songs should be heard by everyone good workout during the game. II the biggest thrill of her marriage -
and Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. -if you're broadminded The The General Scene: PETERSONand a recent NAS bride answered -
t barbershop harmony was wonderful DICK fishing down by the : 'It certainly was thrill-
to hear, with Chief BRAZETand river, with a piece of ham and a I ing when Henry took roe In to
Ctu MACISAAC singing string ,. CHEPAN, with his buy the !license, It was another
: / WeeL A, S/'il' j S lVicll tenor, and the rest of the Division arm around JENNY: saying, "My thrill when the minister pronounced
r singing bass. hands are full of Barbecued Rib*." I us man and wife Anti I

MacDONALD surprised us all Incidentally, what IA the loneliest : got an awful bang out of it
Whf take your civilian clothing into town for those by reciting Shakespeare: ; I think night of the week-the sixty-four Henry signed 'Mr. and Mrs..\

rninor alterations and for leaning? Just take them to :Mack. the quotation was, "Friend. Romans dollar question Graham sit- I the hotel register But I think my'
and Countrymen, lervl me ting by himself on the bank, and biggest thrill wa when I thumbed -

Ship's Service handles cleaning awl alterations. your beer .". Talking about being lonesome Everybody listening .- my nose at the house detective -
poetry did Chief MACISAAC ever to themselves talk on the ,"

Prompt service and excellent work is their aim. remember what came after wire recorder The general disregard
"The patter of tiny feet ." ? for Emily Post as we ton Not drunk Is. he, wh& front the

I One day service for cleaning. The married men bat the singe into those barbecued ribs the fW!" *>r.
men at playing softball which OI nio.- that we should have another Can rue again and think some

li i Minor alterations and pressing: white you wait might have been because the marl Division Party soon! more.Pag ,(



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25 September 1947 NATTC JAX Am NEWS SECTION Page Seven




'Hottiet for Hobbyist'

A recent tour NATTCenter ..
of the ---- -
Hobby Shop, Bldg. 414, revealed er
plenty of personnel on hand +. "=

engaged in different hobbies. The .. ., '"
layout on the left pictures only a : .. *
',Y'"- -- .. .... .. "
few of the 32 hobbies available to (:' .... ..:: '" ,

,the station personnel.A :
continuous supply of new <:)
material keeps the stockroom up _. ,

to date. '" '
i A .visit to the Model Airplane "'-....... .> '
room showed a fine array of airplane : &
[ models in different stages of
[building and some excellent reproduction :
complete hanging from theo
rhead _

The library has been slightly en- s q

many more magazines ,
rooks have been added to aid I
ficulty.A .
comparative newcomer to the V

NATTCenter Hobby Shop, Radio
has pi oven to be one of the most ..r't
if not the most popular of all hob
bies. Working models of radios.
phonographs and radio phono-
graphs have been completed and

now are furnishing entertainmentto I ,ev
their builders' and owners.
The hobby most are waiting
for, Photography, will soon be MY #
available as soon as sinks have
been installed in the Hobby Shop
Darkroom. Cameras will be sold 4b

at cost and films plates, paper, b
chemicals will be far below civilian :
price standards.Not w

to be forgotten, the model w
railroad club will soon have a complete -
series of tracks installed in
their small WOI kshop.
A recent rule*has been established -
-- -
'l-"': 4..
to allow women to use the or '

facilities of the NATTCenter I, HORKIKS FOR THE HOBBYIST Taking advantage of the chases In the lower left R M Barnett a capable radio instructor,
Hobby Shop. Leathercraft and excellent recreational facilities provided for both Enlisted and Officer giving\ his advice to two of the many personnel now working on
weaving should prove interesting Personnel of the Naval Air Technical Training Center, ardent radios, portables end radio-phonographs. Still onother phase of
to most of the ladies. Yarns ana hobby enthusiasts are depicted above engrossed in their respective the NATTCenter Hobby Shop is pictured in the lower right photo.
leather at a low cost can be obtained hobbies.In Expensive machines and always an expeienced instructor, are on
at the Hobby Shop Supply the upper left photograph, Model Airplane Instructor, Bob hand to help out in any difficulty. Pfadenhauer, machinist instructor
Room. Reed, simplifies entricate aviation designs for the benefit of J. R. describes the basic principles of operation to G. P. Roese.
The NATTCenter Hobby Shop. Mates. In the upper right photo, R. H. Lewis, Hobby Shop Storekeeper Only a few of the many hobbies have been described in the above
is there for your pleasure and for I I having an excellent knowledge of material and equipment, photographs. A short tour by interested personnel will prove that
your recreation. It is up to you to : describes the advantages of a particular model airplane engine to the NATTCenter Hobby; Shop is complete, even to the hobby of weav-
take advantage of it. "v. P. Warren, as other hobbyists wait their turn to make pur- ing.

Bulldogs Predict Favorable :j ELIGIBILITY DATE 9ra; .AJOKE Free TransportationFor

Season In Intramural Play CHANGED FOR MASS. Navy Personnel To

STATE BOflJS LAW Jax Navy Grid Games '

Gibson, Collins To Spark Backfield I Here's news for most Bay Stat- Wai. Tickets for the Jax-Navy Football '

Honkins Tabasco Licbcstrora In Line ers and good news at that. be obtained
may by
The Massachusetts State Bonus He: I feel'as) if I have known

This year the station Ordnance Schools once again planon Law has been amended recentlyto you for years. i the NATTCenter officer and enlisted -
She:: You sure do. personnel at the NATTOew
establish 31 December 1946
being top dog of the NATTCenter Intramural Football
terminal date for eligibility. Ac- I ter Ship's :service.
teams. The might and strength of the AOM "A" and "B"
tive duty between 16 September Many a man has made a mon- For personnel lacking transportation
Schools have been combined into the Bulldog team, and they 1940 and 31 December 1946 now key of himself reaching for the to the Gator Bowl, there
are definitely) going to be the team to beat for the Station I, is required for eligibility for the wrong limb. will be six busses leaving the

Championship.Coached : Massachusetts State Bonus. NATTCenter Auditorium 'J31d, #.

by Gunner McCauley, Convention Slated The benefits amendment also extendedthe A girl can go a long way if 5631) at 1400 to transport 1avypersonnel
of existing bonus legislation -
to the Football Game betWfen .
she's straight, but a lot farther ifshe's
and Chief Fennes!, the Bulldog to any person serving' on
curved. Jax Navy and Parris Island,
have Just lately shown some of For Former Jap POW ; 25 June 1947 in any permanent :28 September 1947. All Navy personnel < -
the tuff at practices that may armed force of the United States in uniform will be admittedto
I who previously was not entitled to Love is like a game of cards.
At Tenn. the Free of .
them to the of the grid- | Memphis game Charge.
carry top I said benefits solely for the reason Two hearts meet, he shows a diamond There will also be one bus leaving -
iron ladder again. Former Japanese Prisoners of I II that he has not received a discharge they go straight to the altar the Naval Air Gunnery School
The Ordnancemen are relying on War are having a convention on 11 or release from active duty. her face is a bright flush Administration Building at 1330to
speed more this year than last October at the Peabody Hotel Personnel, both officer and enlisted and it all ends with a fullhouse.This transport Yellow Water per

and have a swift backfield. Gibson, j Memphis. Tennessee. If you were who may qualify under the sonnel to the game.
i a Jap POW and have not received law as amended should report this one took place In an English -
Collins, O'Neal Med
man, Brittam, Bain, Phluger, andy here, as received, for your at once in order that applica- "Aye, Mamie, are you 'avin Doctor: "Not unless we're in
benefit and information. tion blanks may be ordered. one?" vaded.
all tend to make shifty I
I BARBED \\1IIK Il1LTlrl.EI I ----- "No, it's just the cut o' me
ndlers. About half of these
ADDRESS coat." The speaker of the evening asked -
nun: saw action last year on station I I the chairman of the meeting
Dear Criminal:
teams and will see a great I Sbj.: Joto Pow-Pow and Toxisan NATTCIntramural I "John," she said as she put her for a glass of water on his table.
deal more this year before the Jubilee. Football arms around him and pressed herself "To drink?" was the chairman'

ftrason is over. 1. You ale requested to close to him, "do you love me question."Oh .
The line has suffered a few losses reportto ScheduleTuesdaySept. truly" no," he replied. "When I've
Tennessee for
Memphis. :
but has been fortunate in havIng WHAT Convention of 4 former "Quiet," he repelied, "I'm reading been speaking a half-hour I do H
fine talent to work with this high dive."
30 the AIR NEWS!
POW's be
year. Centers. Liebestrom anti l Jap they Navy, Marine,

Windsor are going to find good or WHERE Army. -Peabody Hotel, Mem- Bulldogs vs BearcatsWcdncsdayOct. Draftee: "Do you think they'll A good line is the shortest distance
men on either side of them in every between two dates.
phis, Tennessee. -
game Farr is out this year 1
WHEN 11 October 1947
Is helping Fennes coach the 1930. Dinner- at 2OOO. at Wildcats vs BellcatsThursdayOct. HELEN HIGHWATER "Pappa," there's a woman peddler
'but. Hank ins. Tabasco, Edwards. at the door."
, Vincent, Hummel, COST-$10.00 per person. This "Tell him to go away; I've got
(y,| ray ton. Black: Mundy, Stephen'iroji fee incldes (1)) Dinner, (2)) Whiskey :2 one too many now."
: (3)) Ice, mis. etc. Favors
'" ( ((4)
Luscombe: Petrbock Hensen Tigers vs Addersallow
;... Jlenalcy, and Giacalone, are" slated (5)). Orchestra, (6) Ballroom, We dove 20,000 feet and all my
,'...': to see action in the line and are (71> Tips.In sins passed' before me. It was sointeresting
fettling smoother in their tackling short, all expenses pertainingto : all a maximum of time and I made the pilot do it .
I!*and blocking every practice. the actual banquet except hotel prevent some soul from going eight more times.
Bull handling appears to be room. I hungry. No refunds after 8 October -----
Coach McCauley's main headache, UNIFORM---Optional for crim- o 1947. i You make your bed
but even that is gradually shaping inals. Formal for ladies. 4. Mail $10.00 per person to Lt. There's not a wrinkle,
the Bulldog backfield RESULTSNot known. EVERY JR) Bert C. Fuller, Naval Air Station You shine your shoes,
,.nd have no trouble with the MAN FOR HIMSELF. Memphis, 15, Tennessee.' Until they twinkle,
on their first outing. 2. At present 75 double and 25 Please signify type and number of You sweep the floor,
Pie-season injuries have heckledall single rooms' at the Peabody Hotel rooms desired AND FOR WHICH jwI You even mop, .
the station teams this season and 35 double rooms at the King DAYS. You scrub the windows,
and! the lest incurred by the Hurricane Cotton Hotel are reserved at 5.00) condition has given many to $10.0 for doubles and $3.50 to LT. sprains and bruises time to heal $5.00 for singles.! These' rooms! are Slave No.1.Chairman { Till you see your reflection,
for the first' battle. Available for 10, 11 and 12 October of the committee is Then what happens
The ordnancemen have been rescheduled 1947. Captain Winfield Scott Cunningham No inspection!
to play their opening 3. Paid reservations' must' V e USN, who was commandingofficer
gantc against' the Bearcats this received by 8 October 1047. While of Wake Islnad and was "Oratory: The art of maIdAI'dtt'p
Tuesday, and they are confident this late date allows the Memphis captured in early 1942 and was a noises from the chest sound
that they will make IM Bearcats committee only two days to complete Japan Prisoner of War until "It's easy to tate" control uroumltKwe I like important jueuiagea from UMbraW
look like mere cubs. last minute details, it will the end of the war. curves. *

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HbKK: ; m'. MMh OF 'I'HIMhN w'h.. will. wSS'S 5L
carry the Jax-Navy banner against th' I'din*. + ba'ket-ups. I Middle right i Ray: Smith who
Island Marines Sunday afternoon in tho' < ;rat+n M played one rear Mississippi State biioietenng ; .'11-
Bowl (Top left) John Beckett, former !'IiB\ al H5 the Navy, will take over the right-tackle
Academy tailback leading scorer for T<'nsa,'.la pot Sunday against the crack Marine elcv11! >
Goslings last season ( Upper center) Sal LunS' 4 0. o- a (In the lower picture Head Coach "Toffy" Thorni"
will understudy Beckett in the tailback pOSit. s. n and his assistants, Harrv Knickelbine and
and will probably be called on to do soma .ut.t 1 thi Paul King hold a conference with the Kliern
pausing for the locals ( Upper right) Big Vince w ." a t? gIve them last-minute instruction befnr'
Anania another former Naval Academy: grd starting their final practice this week Thr<'
ace and Pensacola pigskin star. Anaina is slatedto mare grid clashes! are on the Jax-Navy schednl
start at one of the end flanks Sunday. I I Mld- y' s ya at the Gator Bowl. All will be played under the
die left* Jack McQuaryill take over the fullback lights on Saturday nights. Servicemen in uniform
chores Sunday. McQuary is a former California : will be admitted to Ja\- avy encounters free of
and free to and from the
ace and was the nation third leading harge transportalon
ground gainer In 1911. (Center) Billy Rtntro games has been arranged The three remaining
will handle the pivot post for the Flier eleven games are with Stetson University, NAS Pen-
Sundav Renfro is one of the Fliers best! t line > P aaY sat'ola. and NAS Memphis

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I Tigers Bow To Hastings, 8-6, No Touch Football WAVES Softball -Team Racks Up

in Opening Game Of Season ,i Teams. In League YetI 'Impressive Record During '41L I

I I I) t 'ams have answered Phi-
The VA- .' )!loicJ( football eleven I
r kill! Training's call for the intramural ,
for undefeated I one-t ,ot marker after a great defense -, _..,
hop M an season: I i touch football league as It took thi',' wctks lit Jigging "I" -- --- ---- -- -- -
were shattered last Friday night file. through battered I
I at Hastings Fla,. when the Hastings Tommy White went back to' ck I i yet it was learned this week. All dusty score books going and diligently Set Dote For Next

Vocational squad topped the out of danger but the slippery ball : departments: wishing to field searching every record but NAi I Mainsdo SmokerOn
Tigers. 8-6 on a wet and muddy scooted out of his hands and the roster WAVES finally came up with '
field kick was blocked The Tigers recovered I some end-of-the-season statistics I 10 October
The ':"i cia gave a good accountof but it was a safety, giv- captain to Chief Bob Beaudreau about the 1917 edition of WAVESSoftball
themselves. driving repeatedly ing their opponents a lead which : at Bldg 726 as soon as possibleso -- nine.Though I Lt. Comdr Anthony I lIhl\1"\ \
Inside the Hastings 10-vard line was never relinquished he can make! up the schedule the local girls only took Officer-in-Chatg"> >t th' Phi iu
but penalties were their downfall. The Tigers made repeated and take care of all other details. second in the in-town girls' softbail I Training :mi Welt ire D,>['.irrm'nr,.
Every time Chief Robert Justiss' thrusts into Hastings territory for As soon a* a sufficient num- league two of their members announced yesterday thMlll<)' n'
would hit their stride a the rest of the game, but once ber of teams enter the competition walked off with batting honori I boxing smoker will bl' held at
penalty would set them back and mon penalties! laced the home Physical Training will begin to Butch Glover slugging third Mainside Auditorium at 2000 on
10 October
the. attack would bog down. team layout the gridirons and indoctrinate baseman pounded the pellet for a
Since the last
two smokers
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Hastings drew first blood when The Tigers picked up 142: yardsby officials. sparkling 6U average to top the such successes. both ca ertrg to oa.
the game was only three minutesold. rushing to Hastings 65, 39 1 league swatters She was trailed parity crowds it has definitely
Th,'v kicked off straight to I yards through the air to Hastings' by Laddie: Vladeff, WAVE catcher : been decided that the smoker
downs their It. (jgl) L. E. Jonston who finished the season
a Jax lineman who fumbled and 42 and 10 first to up will be a regular monthly feature:
Hastings recovered on the NAS 46 opponents' five, but suffered 27 Scores Hole-ln-Qne with a 563 average. here at NA3Anyone .
I Four ground plays brought the penalties to Hastings' three The WAVES topped the leagu' wishing to enter the
ball to the Jax one-yard line and Chief Justiss expects great im- Lt. Ug( ) L. E. Jonaton became in stolen bases pilfering 107 basesin competition should -" iiM,t Chief
the fullback rumbled across for the provement from the eleven in the second man in the history of league! competitionAnd Chipperoni !at the Wen: .)fil .
core tomorrow clash with Edward NAS Jacksonville to make a hole the blue-and-gold gal kept ext 498,
But in the second period the Waters Colleeg at 1600 on the in one on the station golf course, intact their four-year record of -- -
Tiger tied it up when they startid mat gridiron. The Jacksonville a feat which he performed recent- never being beaten after flying toa -......
a forty-yard drive which was college outfit, though small is very ly Lt Jonston came through game Furthermore, they have : Softball Play.O'f>
climaxed when Frank West plowed fast, and they are working the with the memorable shot on the never bowed to any other service Held
through the center of the line for "T" formation almost to perfection third hole with a five iron team, WAC or WAVE Up By Wearh5r

the score The attempt for the Capt. Titus, USMC, the only oth- Coached by Tiller Shockley the The elation intra-munU *"ft. I
extra point was no good, and thescore The backs will be working be- er golfer to come through with WAVES finished their season witha hall play-off were p.,*(i>< n<' stood at 6-6 at the half hind a hard-charging line that will this) one-in-a-million shot here. brilliant 29-5 slate. Shockley lut vv I Hastings opened the third stanza average 175: pounds Coach Ted scored his over a year and a half was aided by "Lindy" Lindgren heavytind4 and rain.
with a rush when two completed Brown. a former Woodbury New ago. manager: of most all WAVE Chief Bob IlejualraJii of Phy-
I passes and a series of penalties: Jersey, star, and more recently i sportsAll coal Training announced that
} gave them a first down on the a coach at Wilberforco College in Btittih golf bally are smaller members of the team were the gain** would he- played
fax four-yard line Four plays Ohio, boasts six lettermen on his than the ones uied in the United presented with silver softhalls, at boon AS weather perimtUvlr. 1'1
ater, the Tigers took over on th> 22-man aqua Utates the close of the season last week J

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