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: January 24, 1946
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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Nay Exceeding DemohilizutionCools

Admirals Tell Congress

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Leave I WILL VISIT No serious difficulties are
Policy being experienced anywherein
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I THE CURTISS AvKnew t Navy observationscoutplane the demobilization pro
will become a familiar sight at NAS Jacksonville early this Out lined In gram, Fleet Admiral ChesterW.

summer. VO-VCS training, given here until July, 1944, will once Nimitz, CNO, and Vice' ;
again return to NAS when the squadron moves back from Pensa- Admiral Louis E. Denfeld ,
ola. Known as the "eyes of the fleet," the Seahawk replaced the Station OrderOfficial ,
, famed Kingfisher during the latter part of the war. (For other pictures i chief of naval personnel, re- :J
see page 2)). clarification of the leave K ported to a joint meeting of
and liberty policy for NAS dur- both Houses of Congress in .;
CATS LEAVE JAXSeahawk ing 1946 was announced last weekin
Station Order No. 1-46. Washington on 15 January.The .

The station policy for granting original demobilization
Scout leave is contained in BuPers Man- schedule, they said which would .,
Navy's Top ual, article D-7028, which states, have released 836,000 men between j
offi- V-J Day and 1 January 1946
in part: commanding
Plane To Replace 'P' Boat cers are authorized to grant leaveof was revised upward in October, .
absence to enlisted men whose 1945, by more than 30 per cent. J:
services can be spared, not to ex- r 1 1y.R. Even this stiffer schedule was exceeded I
By Arthur M. Greene, Y2c ceed 30 days, exclusive of travel by 36,000 when, by New ;
Staff Writer time, in any one calendar year Year's Eve, the Navy had released .:
The Cats are leaving NAS. In general leave should be to civilian life, 1,233,005 men and

No, not the four-legged variety, although the grand old so distributed to maintain throughout the available the women."We will be half through demobilization -

girl of naval aviation could be likened to the feline with her year force as on board at a maximum by the end of this

sharpened claws. For she's had nine lives, and the Japs will when most needed. month or early February," they

long remember the deep gashes she inflicted.Since Not more than 10 per cent of declared a complete, "and the demobilization ultimate goalof to

early days at HAS Jacksonville the enlisted personnel may be r- post-war should b.
the Catalina patrol plane company, the crew has dwindled to granted annual leave at any one

has been a familiar sight as she a mere 176. Officers have droppedin time, the order stated. Emergency, _..-- --
lumbered overhead, squatted placidly number from 253 to 32. Some re-enlistment, or convalescent
on the seaplane ramp, or nes- 800 alrcrewmen students are still leaves are not figured in computing -
Women's Reserve Representative -
tled on the broad St. Johns like a receiving ground training wherein this total.
contented duck. NAS Jacksonville the past twice that number were As in the past, all leave requests for the Bureau of Aeronau- ScoreAs
usually going through operational must reach the leave and liberty tics and Deputy Chief of Na-
and the PBYthey're practically
val Operations for Air, will visit of 9 January there were
synonymous. It's hard to think of training. section 'x>f the Personnel Office at
the Naval Air Advanced Train- 374,227 enlisted men in active
one without the other, they've been Multl-engined seaplanes came to least 72 hours prior to the time of ing Command next week. A yeo- service in the Regular Navy.
the Cats NAS in 1941 when scheduled departure, except in
together so long. But are early Squadron
manette in World War I, and For the period 3 January
leaving.No VN-15 was commissioned on 5 cases of emergency. second to hold the rank of com through 9 January, there were
will the throaty roar March. Lt. Comdr. Joseph B Permission to proceed beyond the
longer mander in the WAVES in World 5,869 first enlistments in the
of her engines being warmed split Dunn was the first squadron commander 80-mile limit will be granted onlyon War II, she headed the editorial Regular Navy, 3,821 transfersto
darkness. No At that time the squad- a 48-hour pass or standard
the early morning research section of BuAer and the Regular Navy from reserves -
will she be gracefully ron's aircraft consisted of nine leave papers according to the directive -
longer seen was a special assistant to the and inductees, and 942
picking up speed, skimming over P2Y-3s. This unit trained aviation Whenever a duty section chief of the bureau prior to her Regular Navy reenlistmentsand
the water with the ease of a skilled cadets in seaplane flight and con- I has a 48-hour liberty (no duty, inspection entrance into the Women's Re- extensions.
water skier, leaving a long, trol, although later submarine pa- or work) on two succes- serve in October, 1942. This pho-
white-flecked wake behind, and finally Continued on rage T\\o I. Continued on rage Two to was made during a previous achieved as we had planned, by 1
rise into the sky and disappear -- ----- -- --- visit to NAS Jacksonville in September of this year.

No longer will the familiar Waves Get Latest Facts On June, 1943. No "frozen Rates"
beach crew, dressed in rubber "We are particularly proud of
suits during winter months, clad PROPHETIC our record for last month in whichwe

only in trunks during warnv Extension Of EnlistmentEducation On 12 December, 1937, the USS separated 419,000 persons, including -
weather, be hauling her up and 19,000 In one day, or a total -
down the ramp. The war Is over. Panay was bombed and sunk by of 66,000 more than we had
Swamped by numerous requestsfor
Jap aircraft without warning or
Training programs are changing. originally planned to discharge in
interpretations of the directive Office it next and
old. gets provocation. The following April I "
And she's getting pretty December.
WAVES to in
Present plans call for her com- requesting stay the applicant IS called In and de- the United States received from I The top-ranking officers pointedont
service until 1 September, the
plete exit from the NAS picture Navy Department has issued the tails are explained. After that you the Japanese government a check that there are no more
around early summer. In her place following clarification: can sport the next highest rate on for $2,214,007.36 covering indemni- I 'frozen rates Even the most criti-
will come the tiny, versatile Sea- fication for death and personal In- cal ratings have point dischargescores
hawks the observation scout Advancements may be effected your sleeve, and when you draw jury cases and property losses sus- although they are neces-
planes known as the "eyes of the Immediately in any rating for your Navy pay you'll note a sub- tained by attack on the Panay anJ sarily somewhat higher than the
which WAVES are eligible, includ- stantial increase. American merchant vessels. added
fleet. rest, the report referringto
Exodus Under Way ing specialists, regardless of datesof yeomen, storekeepers, and oth-
VO-VCS training will be given eligibility for release in non- WILL PLAY FOR DANCE I er heretofore restricted rates.

here again, having been discontinued rated to as and well as rated pay gradesup ,,., ,,,,,.. .... ,, .,.,...- ....-'rj' -... "It is further the Navy's inten-
when the old VO-VCS including pay grade 1 tion to continue to announce reductions -
:(OTU) No.1 Squadron moved to A. Advartemr.ts shall be effec- '? aa in release scores in order
Pensacola in July, 1911. Back in tive on the dates advancementsare that the previously announced de-
those days. OS2Us, Kingfishers, actually effected. Changes to mobilization schedule can be met
were used for scouting from the pay grade 1 shall not be effected and maintained," the report went
decks of cruisers, and for spotting solely by virtue of that authority. on "At this point we can foresee
the fire from the fleet's big WAVES: who become eligible, nothing that will interfere with the
guns. So, while this type training subject to vacancies in allowance, continued speed of personnel de-
will not be new to NAS, the Cur- fulfillment of service, marks requirements mobilization
tiss Seahawk will and completion of "In transportation we have
Already many of the Cats have professional examinations, for normal ** broken all records. The job of
advancement to the to
gone, and the hangar, once a placeof rating hauling millions of men in all serv-
which advanced under that
bustling activity, is strangely au- ices back from war theaters dis-
quiet. Might training in PBYs thority may, following such nor- tant by many thousands of miles
mal c.dvancement be advanced in
ceased around 1 November, and has been met by 917 ships having
following the Christmas holidays rating one additional pay grade, Continued on Page Two
but not above grade 1 A.
moved pay
I all gear and equipment was
for extended service
into Hangar 140. From a high of Applications
nearly 1,500 enlisted men in ship'srSet until 1 September 1916 are considered -
AINav Lists New
bona-fide waivers of all
discharge privileges with the ex-
i ception of pregnancy discharges, Drop In PointsAnother
Dates For the new directive points out. Hardship -

cases, however, may be re- cut in point scores for
1 Fund Drive I ferred to BuPers for consideration. H discharge, announced in an AINav
WAVES volunteering for retention received here yesterday at press
Voluntary contributions to the whose jobs are essential now time brought pencils into play
Navy Relief Society will be received but are subsequently discontinuedwill again as all hands went to work to
on this station and at aux- be reassigned in accordancewith *,. see how the drop affected them.
iliary stations between 1 Feb. and the needs of th Navy. Reten- h Principal deviation from pre-
15: Feb. it was announced this tion of WAVES beyond 1 September viously announced reductions was
week by Captain Ancnoiy k. Bra- 1016 as military necessity Is in the rates in the "restricted" category -

.. dy, Commanding Officer. not contemplated.The Points tumbled downwardfor
,Heads of departments have been directive stated that the first time for personnel in
requested to designate an offi- WAVES already advanced pursuant these rates, closing the gap be-
cer in each division to receive contributions 'to the original communication tween their scores and those set
from naval officer and should be fully Informed of this for other rates.Commissioned.
enlisted personnel. Lt. (Jg) T. interpretation. Where individual and warrant offi-
Raymond treasurer of the Jack- commands have Issued differing cers (male) except those designated -
sonville Auxiliary will receive interpretations, those WAVES de- MC and naval aviators will ,
contributions and issue receiptsHis sirous of cancelling agreementsmay need 38 points for release on 15 ,I
office is in .the chapel build- do so within 10 days follow- March arid 37 on 2 April. Male MC
ing at Birmingham Ave., and< Mus- ing receipt of this latter dispatch.The t f.a officers drop to 48 points on 15
Road. procedure to be followed March and 47 on 2 April. Naval .'
tin As a result of these annual cam- here at NAS Jax Is relatively sim- L''llI.'Ro>,.......'. ,_.. -._ 4... -oS __.w. ...--....... .-"'" ,- ... aviators in a flight status holding ""
paigns for contributions the auxiliary ple for those WAVES wishing to ONE OF TILE nation's top bands, Sonny' Dunham and his or- the rank of ensign will continue to (
during the past year, made take advantage of the Navy's of- chestra, will play for the station's Valentine's Dance, the NAS Wel- need 20 points up to and including
215 loans for hospitaliZation of fer. Form applications are avail- fare Department announced this week. The swing session will be 2 April while those of higher rank
Navy dependents, 633 loans for able at the Station Personnel Of- held Saturday night, 9 February, at the Mainslda Auditorium. Dun- will require 25 points on 15 March )
other than hospitalization and 55 fice, Bldg. 954. This form is filled ham noted as one of America's foremost trumpet and trombone and 24 on 2 ApriL
gratuities, representing an outlayof out, signed and submitted to the soloists, will bring Pete Hanley and other vocalists with him to Female officers become eligible '*
5094350.: division officer for approvaL The Jacksonville. Continued on Page Twor


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 24 January, 1946

. Beetles To Shift At Seaplane Ramp AINav
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Continued from Page One
yre on 2 April with 26 points as .tl. ;
members of the Nurse Corps.
Male enlisted personnel, except
< those otherwise specified,
gible for separation on 15 March
with 31 points and on 2
30. Male watertenders, except
0 WTCB); machinist's mates, except -
EMMCB) and MMG; chief
commissary stewards; ship's cooks
and bakers will need 36 points on
15 March and 34 on 2 April.

Male yeomen, storekeepers, except -
SKCB) Stevedore, specialists
r (I), punch card accounting
machine operators, specialists (Xj|
transportation, hospital corpsmen
ar with a physical or occupational
therapy specialty assigned to continental
U. S. Naval Hospitals or
: Naval Special Hospitals, drop to
2't 38 points on 15 March and to 36
points on 2 April.
., Male electrician's mate,
,' ',t; except
>f''* EMCB-2( April change to 34.
r ,j Male storekeepers (CB) Stevedore,
ntj watertenders (CB), machinist's
..,." mates (CB), machinist's mates
: Gas-31 points on 15 March and 3
: points on 2 April. Male apecialistw-
't2 (C) Classification points on
: 15 March and34 points on 2 April
Female enlisted personnel, ex..
cept those specified below, will become
eligible with 20 points on 2
'April. Female yeomen, storekeepers
specialists (I) punch card accounting
machine operators will
I need 24 points on 15 March and 23:
on 2 April

I Female classification specialists,
specialists (X) transportation-22
I points on 15 March; on 2 April

....' :, ,'t, ,, >'1i>it*,*, ,; Ju.'t'I :Mk wr. > i1j'A "< and thereafter eligible at the same
.t. ; '" scores as unrestricted female en-
"tttF"! ;
't > : < :. ;
; "
N listed personnel.
< .M < <'_.,r ""Ji'' ""?('. "q1
.3t "Nt(: .,.,,. \ ">;f1 '. '"{ '" .'t !ft 1t Female hospital corpsmen withan
r' j "1u"" { "'''''''. ..N_..""",,,, ''<'''';. '.<.....;.,...; ,.._...:.,;- ,.;. >$... tt.- ._ __ __............... ._ ''''_ occupational or physical therapy -
TilE SEAPLANE ramp will look different this coming summer the St. Johns River as the beaching crew prepares to pull it up the specialty who are assigned to
when the last of the station's PBYs will have departed and in their ramp. Scenes like this will no longer be typical of NAS Jax. ((2) continental U. S. Naval Hospital
place will be the little observation-scout planes, the "eyes of the or Naval Special Hospitals will
fleet" Flight line of the old work-horse of naval aviation, a common sight need 23 points on 15 March and 21

I The VO-VCS squadron, slated to move here from Pensacola, will during the war years. (3) OS2Us on the line, before VO-VCS train- on 2 April
be no newcomer to NAS, having shifted to the West Florida naval ing was shifted to Pensacola. (4) A Kingfisher is lifted from the wa- It is anticipated that on or before
air station in July, 1944. ter by a crane after a training flight. Seahawks have largely replaced 2 June 1946 all restricted en-
(1)) A Catalina flying boat floats majestically on the waters of this slower-moving plane. listed scores will be equal to the
----- general scores for male and female -
Comdr. Robert Feddern May, enlisted personnel, the AINav
I Seahawk 1944, to August, 1944. NavyContinued stated. It is therefore essential
Hospital Since 15 August 1944 the two that commanding officers maintaina
I OTUs have been combined. Lt from Page One vigorous and adequate trainingand
Continued from Page One
Chatter Comdr. Jensen was named skipperof simultaneous berthing capacity of replacement program for all
trol and rescue work was performed. the new, larger unit. He left 1,400,000 officers and men. Of presently restricted rates In orderto
Only a few flights were sched- on 6 July 1945 and Lt. Comdr. these ships, the Navy contributedand anticipate the release of all
The Jacksonville Camp and uled daily. As the number of stu- Heizer returned to head the squadron. manned approximately 350 personnel as they become eligiblefor
Council has
lltmpital presented -
dents increased, the squadron be- Present skipper is Lt Comdr. fighting vessels, including battle- discharge.lease .
a new Spinet Piano to the
gan exchanging its planes for the Martin L. Dana who assumed his
ships, cruisers, aircraft carriers,
Red Cross at the Naval ho t>>Dial -
modern PBYls and PBY2s.As have been met and fed
more we
duties on 6 December 1945. He re-
hospital ships, attack cargo vessels -
here. the cadets their will continue to be met In
completed ported here from NAS Pensacola and attack transports. Already every
training and received their com- respect including complete demobilization
where he of
was officer-in-charge more than five and one-
!) ( <'hod In the past week were "
missions, they were retained as in- operational training of the VO- quarter million Americans have by 1 September 1046.
Ensign Esther .
.. Roberta Con- structors.Lt VCS squadron. Dana was formerly -II been returned to their homeland
rad and Lt. (jg) Comdr W. H. Hamilton re- a cadet at NAB Jacksonville; Ocean shipping is no longer a bot-
Martha Loweryof lieved Lt. Comdr. Dunn in May, and served for a time as an Instructor tleneck in Navy demobilization A Alabama LeadsIn
the Nurse 1941, and was in turn succeededby In the old Squadron VN- spot check last week indicated
Corps. From Comdr. Gorton in October of, 15, forerunner of the VO-VCS that in the Pacific only 12.000 eli- Bottle Race
the WAVE Bar- that year. I squadron here in Hangar 122. gible Navy men were waiting for
racks Penny After Pearl Harbor guns were transportation to the States, and Is
I Competition a healthy thing,
1= J Askew, PhM3c, installed on the planes and an an-, of this number less than 100 had the Chaplain's Office decided. And!
ti-sub LeaveContinued been waiting as much as a week.
Shirley Morris, patrol was inaugurated on they were right. An idea they had
PhM2c, Mickey 1 April 1942 in connection with "With the continuing policy of is already paving heavy dividendsto
r Hoard, HA Ic, the training program. -In the from Page One announcing release scores 30 to 45 the March of Dimes Campaign
,i t and Bermeleen Ashcraft, HAlc, meantime another training unit slve non-working days (Saturdayand days in advance, coupled with the being conducted here.
t went to Separation Center. was begun in conjunction with Sunday, or during a national fact that Navy personnel continue I To foster the competitive spirit
Squadron VN-15, OTU-15, an op- holiday period), and is not in a to accumulate points, all pre- they whipped up coin collection
; Just when personnel were erational training unit for' student duty status after working hourson viously announced schedules of re- bottles to represent the 48 states
getting wt to haul out all the officers. the preceding day, then the de- -and Brooklyn, and set it up in
fishing tackle, unpack the pic- Lt. Comdr W. A Deam replaced partment head may grant the preceding the beginning of the 48- front of Malnside Ship's Service.
a nic gear, and swing into mid- Comdr. Gorton as skipper section liberty beginning at the hour liberty and expiring at the The Idea was to try to keep your
Hummer activities the weatherman in May, 1942. Lt. Comdr. Benja- close of working hours on the day end of the liberty period. I home state out in front. Simple?>
g gave a double cross. min E. Moore succeeded him and __ Silly* Don't kid yourself. In
I However, the Welfare Office became the first skipper of VPB2 MISS LACE first hour loyal Alabamans )thee
does have fishing gear and will\ (OTU) No. 1 which was formed on --- pushed their state to the fore with
sign out equipment. 28 August 1942. Lt. Comdr JamesE. forty dollars nestling In the bot-
Johnson took over the reins tom of the bottle marked "Alabama. -
Salvation hall come to the next on 29 August 1943, and was ."
'. MAA In the WAVES Quarters. followed by Lt. Comdr. Leo R. Jen- Progress of the drive' was reported -
For a long time they have listened sen on 11 February 1944. The l good by Chaplain Paul II.
; to all sorts of woes and training program for cadets con- W. Olander, general chairman. A
I': worries. A bit desperate they tinued only until 26 January 1943 sum of $442 had been collected by
put) their heads together and when VN-15 was decommissioned. noon Tuesday with the amount Increasing -
thought the matter over. RE- Training of student officers be- steadily. While no goal
SULT: As big as life and came so important that another has been set for this year's cam-
i twice as doeful there be sits squadron, VPB2 (OTU) No. 2 was paign, it.is hoped that last year's
"A Worry Bird." The idea being formed on 5 April 1943 with Lt. $1,000 total will be excctded.
Don't see the Chaplain, Comdr. Christian H. Duborg as On the brighter aide, a MemorialBall
p: Don't bother the MAA-borrow its commanding officer. At this is being held at Malnside Au-
r the worry bird for a short time there were about 100 PBYs ditorium on the evening of 30(
\' conference and pour all your here with 50 assigned to each unit January to commemorate the
troubles into his ear. Alreadythe Lt. Comdr. Duborg was detached birthday of the late President
poor fellow looks more on 12 May 1943 and was suc- Franklin 'D. Roosevelt, the man
forlorn. ceeded by Lt. Comdr. Joseph F. who typified above all others the
t Thornton. In September, 1943, Lt. winning of the battle against the
MAIL CALLU!!! Mail is now Comdr. Isaac J. Heizer relieved dread "crippler." Buffet supper
brought to the barracks, sorted by Thornton. Successive skippers of will be served, there will be pro-
the MAA, and ready for delivery OTU No. 2 were Comdr. Richards fessional talent to entertain, and
without having to stand in line -November, 1943, to April, 1944; the auditorium will be appr pri-.
and wait. A rising vote of thanksto Lt. Comdr. Edward W. Bishop- ately decorated for the event.
someone. Whose idea was it April, 1944, to May, 1944; Lt. Among the entertainers on the
anyway? I program aie Don Bruce, comedianand
Jr., Comdr. *MC), USNR; Donald instrumentalist, and Gloria
Saturday's Inspection ua high- Gassner, Lt. (HC) USN; and William French, vocalist. Bruce Is well
lighted by the award of a Silver Russell King, Jr., Lt. jg) known for his Imitations of famous -
Star Medal to Walter J. Mallet, (MC) USNR. band leaders, and was only
Coxswain. USNR. Mallet was recently discharged from the Army -
awarded this medal in recognition The March of.Dimes Campaign Gloria, who has appeared on
of heroic bravery in rescuing trap- Is almost over. Response so far v Y ff several NCS shows, sings both
,, ped shipmates while his ship was has been excellent. Contributionsare popular and light classical compositions -
under enemy fire. The medal was taken at the Welfare Office or ,
presented by C J. Brown, Capt. can be placed in containers in the I
(MC) USN, Commanding Officer, wards. LaVonne Goodspeed, PhM- North Carolina was the last
U. S. Naval HospitaL 3c, is working on ideas for decorations state to ratify the Constitution of
for the Ship's Company -rJIESE COLD WINTER nights would bo all right with the United States, and the lASt' to
Three newcomers In the, pant Dance, and made the poster for body like Patricia White relaxing on her lace pillow. Lace is.ome-I I sever connectlns with the 'Union
reek were :Marion Trotti Benson, March of pimes drive. erally becoming to Patricia. and enter the Confederacy.r .
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24 January, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Hire


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.Ct' l { ;::;'.< By Lois A. Lesser Ylc WELFARE .

f < Be It known by all concernedthe

.,' following news-made official PRESENTSMAINSIDE
on 20 January the base of NAS
Jacksonville plus Duval and Nassau

Counties were transferred to

the SEVENTH Naval District.

What does this mean to WAVES 7 MOVIES


This news is the best that we've "BARBARY COAST GENT," starring Wallace Beery. Shows at

heard in a long time other than 13001700190.:

the ALSTACOM that gave us an FRIDAY
opportunity to "ship over" until "MAN IN GREY," with M:. Lockwood and J. Mason. Shows at

September. Of course, for a whilewe 1700 only. Crews Dance at ?,OOO. Music by the NAS band.
were going ashore without hoseif SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

( you got past the gate) princi- "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN," starring Gene Tierney and Jeanne
t pally because you can't wear what Crain. Shows at 1300-1700-1930 Saturday-Sunday shows at 1130

you can't buy. The "No Hose" signIn 17001930.

: Ship's Service has been very ev- MONDAY
ident during the past few weeks. "UP GOES MAISIE," starring Ann Sothern. Shows at 1300.1700-
But now we can relax and not 1930.

f cross our fingers going out or com- TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Ing in the gate-Oh, the joy of it "MY REPUTATION" starring Barbara Stanwyck and George

all! Brent. Shows at 1700-1930 op Tuesday. Shows at 1300-1700-1930 on

ff Wednesdays.

A breakdown of the gals who
are signing to stay In service until STUDENT OFFICERS

September Indicates that yeomenin

particular are taking advan- THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
J "But, Wilco, isn't your idea for a new uniform a little tage of the opportunity. Since "MASQUERADE IN MEXICO" starring Dotty Lamour and Art

I bit radical some of us are in until June at DeCordova. Starting time 19JO.

, least we might just as well stay SATURDAYNo

P until September. Of the thirteen show. ,
Commercial at NAS who had shipped over at SUNDAY

the time your correspondent signed "MAN IN GREY." with M. Lockwood. Show starts 1930.

! page 9, eight of them were yeo- MONDAY AND TUESDAY

t Bulletin men in the various pay grades. "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" starring Jeanne Crain and Gene

WAVES aboard the station Tierney. Show 1930.
i '
Bulletin mu t be submitted by'
? were called by Lts. Tribble and WEDNESDAY"UP
it t REPORTER 1GSO: each Monday.FOR I Upson. WAVE Administrators to GOES MAISIE" starring Ann Sothern. Show at 1930.

SALE the Student Auditorium for a
41 Ford 2-door. radio and heater new
1 I tires. May be seen at 103J Willis Drive meeting last week. For the bene- OTHER EVENTS .
t Murray Hill. lei. 2-0574. fit of gals who didn't get there,
4 QUESTION : What's the best | WAVES' overcoat site 12. ordinal $4;. a few of the high points were as SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming.
example of "service to servicemen" -I quality, Elizabeth" You UK, hat 778. follows: 1200-1300 and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100 and' Sunday
| Complete. living room suite, very cheap I 1200-2100.
o you've ever received 321 t-B Blair Ave. Dewey Park. The watch In the WAVE OOD'soffice
l\IUSIC-Muslcians interested in playing in the Welfare Dance
Collapsible bubjn buggy good condition. M. has been revised. Now all
I ? '. I M. Tanner Ext. 674 S717-.V Riley Ave., girls assigned to this watch will Band call Ext. 498. Saxophone trumpet trombone base piano guitar.

RUDOLPH BENES, AM3c, Buffalo Dewey Park. be able to catch 40 winks during Instruments furnished. *
N. Y. 3-piece "bedroom set living room furniture their don't miss BOXING-For information regarding workouts contact Lieut. A.
duty-wjust so they
;{ "We were on our way from Oklahoma j ,, all breakfast for '100.act M.end A. tables Ohls.*,C&KV bookcase hearing the telephone should it I J. Rubino extension 593; or report to( Mainside Mat after 1500.

to Quonset Point R. I., and 1233-B Hancock St., NAS2'4X3'j ring. I I BOWLING-Six alleys located In Mainside Recreation Building No.
I the train stopped at some little speed-graphic, camera fully equip- The second 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and
tows near the border of Oklahoma. 1.1 with him holders, film-pac adapter high point broughtout I 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.GOLF .
the official notificationthat
tripod: 3 fillers and attachments: built- was Course from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
The women of the town open ,
gaveus in range Under 3 typos of reflectorsMendolson will be
j' : : a gear inspection call
doughnuts coffee, sandwiches, speed-gun, durable carrying ed sometime in the near and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Golt clubs and balls are available at Golf
ij j cigarettes and magazines the case, large supply of flimh bulbs and future-I House. Bathing trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
all WAVES take heed.
film Inrluilrtl., Can be Photo
at your .
1 first and only time I've ever gotten Lab, Mainside. E. G. Knight, Ext. :JUS.! name on all official Navy gear! ANCHORAGE Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
I anything like that." Tell. 9-4504. cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to( 2130. Located south of Mason
whether it be by paint name tagsor I
..?; JOSEPH LIBRARO AEJf2c, 3-piece bedroom auite, kitchen set and ..noth..r nail Field.
housekeeping Items, good condition polish. I I NNI'J-Racquets:' and balls are available at the Physical Training -
\ Long Island City, N. Y. alt for ,:.0. Ext. 8670 or 1131 Cum.- Yes the situation In- the Chow I I Building No. 726, and equipment rooms at Building No.( 3, and
"It was when I was home. Every bt-rland Rd., after S p.m. : Hall is under revision. When the
i also on Mat area (corner of Must in and Yorktown Roads).
1 time I went into a store I got 39 Plymouth convertible, top In good pangs of hunger are gripping your Center located in south
condition :i! new tires. 3 others In good I RECEPTION CENTER-The Reception ,
waited on first; I never had to pay condition casino .excellent running condition stomach and maj for transportation always gota perfect. Eugene Anheir Ext. it's been weeks since you've hada from 1000 to 2200 dally.
ride right to where I was going 8472, BUI*. 610. square meal, the 10 to 30 min LIBRARYLocated on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-
I if it out of the driver's 3 rooms of furniture consisting of: 2-pece!
even was maple suite., 2 end tables, 2 Imssoiks, utes you have to wait in line Ing No. 3. Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from
way. On one trip out of town the floor rue curtain., curd table, 15, sofa sometimes seems like 10 to 30 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.VOLLEYBALL ,
fellow treated me to a meal and touch $30: maple desk $JO.: maple bedroom years. Just have a little patience ,: BADMINTON, TOUCH 'OOTLLOfficer
Invited out to his home." suite (bed bureau dresser mattress
me ( ), fUO, kitchen table and 4 chairs.SJO. and faith in the Chow Hall at- sonnel previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requestedto

R. F. GOERTLER, ACM Wil-i or complete furnishings fur IJ30K. : tendants.The I meet at the gear Issue room at noon daily for organized activities.

"" liamstown, W. Va. I Norman. S. Legge.St., Ext.Dewey 539.Park or see at S804-B last but by no means the ATHLETIC GEAR Available in gear issue room Building 3,

"When I was in Williamstownon one suit tropical. worsted greys, .1.. 38 least point brought ':up was-yep! lower deck.SALTY.
leave I got moved right to the : chest SI waist 33 I length. Lt. loindr. rone-pie hats, hair ribbons, glamour ---- ---
head of the liquor line. The stuff I i Martin, Ext. '''. girl hair-dos are all very I the first tee. Taking his stance ho

is rationed up there and if I'd Three piece living room let, Including co,. beautiful but should be kept in made a wild swing and missed

waited in line I probably wouldn'thave 1 fee practically table, floor new Zenith and wall radio. lamps and table, and, moth-balls until the time you are completely.

gotten any: three piece oak bedroom d.ui Including I declared a civilian. The war isn't I "By jove" he said to his opponent
ART JACOBSON, S2c Des mattress: iprlnirs, double over with yet-at least not officially "It's a good thing I Moines Iowa. blankets. vanity and bench floor rue -and stIll d out in the that this
( and two boudoir lamps! ; five piece dinette you're as much on', early game :
j "I think the beat service is given set Including dishes and some cook display now as you were a year I course is at least two inches lower
I by all the USO clubs in the ing utensils. Curtains Included for three ago The penalties for violationsare HUMOR FROM than the one I usually play on."

Catate of Illinois. I had a rather room.. 13IS-A Complete Randolph Sea St.Arthur, lI//.\S.Wsitenseil. Jacksonville. -. rugged-the officers are on the HERE AND THERE

I ./ long lay-over In one town and got I lookout so let's get on the beam! i Newest definition of a wolf: A

tickets to a show, meal and a lunch I For islet' 3-way floor lamp! child .chest t I man who wants to settle down and
to take with me on the train from living. room linoleum rug, carriage, studio PAID IN ADVANICE I It was in a movie house. The live "Forever Amber."
Ij one club." couch. S. ::jM-hilllskl 1U9 Cumber Atlanta 1 audience sat spellbound while a
land Koad. (SEA-As
) a part of
WILLIAM JACKSON, S2c, thrilling tale of love and romance I
For Sale: Dining room living room bed
campaign stunt I
gubernatorial can An
!I Bloomfield Ind. room and baby furnitur. Reasonable was being unfolded on the screen. elderly couple registered at
"I think the state of Indiana Call Penn Ext. ISO.! didate Hoke Willis distributed sam-' One of the high points was a scene I the hotel, but the clerk informed
has a lot more to offer service For Sale: Maple living room suite., In. pie checks of his $15 a month where the hero slapped the heroine 1 them that all he had was the brid-
dud. day bed. Maple breakfast let, pension. A bank cashed one of al suite.
have much better i the face stalkedoff.
people. They vigorously on and
map(. bedroom suite and miscellaneousItems. them for a customer but had to
I USO clubs and shows and much Will sell'separately, R. A, ( make it good when Hoke pointedout In the tense silence followingthis "What the heck would we want
nicer gals. Of course I'm a bit Kxt. 63<*. 3HO-B Taylor tit, I>'Iark'i) bit of drama a child's voice with that ?" growled the husband.
that it was dated March, 1947 .
prejudiced" Park.Wanted. piped up from somewhere in the "We've been married 45: years:
I to Buy Home ,I.. electric fan -- -- i-
WILLIAM SCHAIRER AMlc, good condition. Steamer trunk. R, A. theater. "Mama" it Inquired "why "Well," countered the clerk "If
Wheeling. W. Va. ilurk. Ext. (39. I HELEN HIGHWATER doesn't she .hit him back like you I gave you the ballroom you
j "The best service I've ever gotten For Salt House Trailer 1941 Iravelo do, Mama?" wouldn't want to dance, would
alsu Lot 26. Yukon Trailer Park See
was when I was passing: I STA6a bola C+ NTEffNa ?"
s Mr Hutu. Trailer Park Mgr: you
through Chicago. The people I met For sale Household necessities, furniture, Man, very hoarse with cold, not
I kept insisting I have a drink with dishes, silverware, rugs, etc, 1S1J-U I able to speak above a whisper
Randolph M, NAS. Waiter: "Would you like to
them and as a result I got drunk
knocks at doctor's home at
'" Dinette set, table and 4 chairs, extra night, drink Canada Dry, sir?"
I twice in fifteen minutes. heavy oak painted white, liO. 464i Cedarwood and the doc's wife comes to the
ALBERT KRAMER Sic Rd.. Tel. 2.7106.WASTED door. "Is the doctor at home ?" Visiting Sailor: "Sure would,
timore Md. Bal-j but I'm only here for a week.
41 or '42 car any make. In Rood condi. Wife also In whisper, "No, come
I "The best service I've tion.( Lt. Wigington Ext. 347*. In."
: believe It or not--was right herein Black-face chronograph. radium dial wa- Newport Nellie: "Whisper something -
Jax on the night of the 5th Anniversary -II ter-pronf, 12 hours lapse, time. Little, I IExt. 4 soft and sweet to me, darl
372. on''I In the Pacific a young sailor "
of the station. I'd Ride for 2 people to New York City, from Alabama was reading let ing.
walked into a restaurant and no or about Feb. 4. Kxt. 8670 or 1131 Cum-, a I Dapper Dan (low and tenderly *
ter from maiden aI
an aged
beiland Rd. after S p.m. aunt
sooner sat down than a really nice \
I ) : "Marshmallow fluff
I' Furnished apartment. or house for man fiery unreconstructed Southerner.It .
blonde came to take my order. wife and 1'i year old toy Mr. Herts-'
seemed the old lady had the
When she brought the food she man Ext.. 8644.
took a fork and proceeded to feed Ride to work from ISth and Pearl Sti. between -, emotional{ impact of the recent "Where yo' husband woman ?"
Q"0 -0115. Monday through: SatOrday conflict, been induced to think "Ah ain' got no husband; he* bin
,me. Not only did she for that I ) I
pay K, I.. Anderson, Ext. 8463 N\T- Jt
of the northern
more kindly por- dead nigh into ten .
.. years'
meal but also all the expenses of IV Pout OrA. I
I, two dates I've had with, her since A lido from vicinity of 14th and Laura tion of her country. "Is all dem yo' little chillun?" 1
Ste., to and from NIS 3-4130. Ellison "Gee." exclaimed the Alabama "
j then. Brother that's service! Ext. 249. "Yessum dey's mine.
j > bedioom house or apartment for officer I IZ boy "I see Auntie is back in the ; "I thought you said yo' husband

CAN FIND DRUGGISTS wife, and 14-year-old Mon convenient to J '_ Union at last." been dead ten years ?"
NAS. Tel. 2-1025.
1 St. Louts (SEA-A group of Ridit 'to Minnesota between the Sand 10 :. "Really" exclaimed his buddy. "Yessum, he is, but I ain'." !
j druggists outlawed in their drugStores of }\obru... -,. ,will help with driving. and :; "Yes" 'replied the Southerner 'j

the sale ,or display of tobacco shisru1':i> r.rt:es< Hubert. SK3o, MachineRWm1 / R "when she writes 'United States' 'Little'fietd: "This :steak' U tougher '
| )
i liquor, soft drinks, food Ice < i FOE'' KENTt16. now she no longer puts 'United' ;:; In than shoe Leather How about \,

oream, lotteries I or gambling de- Widow will share nice horn with one or ,quotation' marks taking I U back "an\ giving: lne
1 :yioes or any display that would de- two couples, conveniently located, blo'k "See any prominent figure her ---- something ,else 7"Waitress. j
other bu_. T.... \ !
of NAS bus and two
tract from the '"professional tonight, Mac? The visitor his fee 4
appearance 2-1511. or 4I8J Shirley Aye., Fairfax paid greens' > "Svrry, I can t lake it
: of a pharmacy." Manor. fixed up a match and went out to back, you've bent It." .

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Th JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly At the U. S
Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida! by the Office of
Public Information at no expense to the government and Incompliance
with Secnav Circular Letter 45-526 28 May 1945. By Chaplain Solomon E. Chernlak
Copfei are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Glory bel! You have sufficient points to get out.
Station, the ,Naval Air Technical Training Center, the
Headquarter of the Naval Air Operational Training Com- What do you do? Don't be silly. You make your
mand, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Green Cove Springs application for discharge, sweat out the necessary

Gunners School, the U.S.Na alcHosD,, the the Naval lAux interval and. out you go, waving a fond farewell to
lllar Municipal No. 1. and the Naval Auxiliary the service.Of
Air Station, Mayport- course you are overjoyed to get back to your

family, friends and old job-or perhaps a new job Q6r
Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN, Commanding that awaits you. That is understandable.As .
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
you "hit" the gate for the last time, it wouldbe
Captain Ford N. Taylor, USN. CommandingNaval a wise thing to pause for a moment and think.,
Air Technical Training Center
You have given to the service two or three or more
Captain Clarence J. Brown (MC) USN, Commanding of the best years of your life. What did you get out
U. S. Naval Hospital of It? ,

Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, USNR, Commanding Did you, by attending the religious services of C
Naval Personnel Separation Center your faith, receive spiritual comfort and a better A '

Colonel Martin J. Kelleher.USMC (Ret.) Commanding understanding of the place and need for ReligionIn
Marine I Barracks a troubled world? Have you understood that this 1
was a war of ideas and ideals, of human decency
Commander Edward E. Dolecek, USN. Commanding
Naval Air Gunners School against tyranny-that although you shed your uni-
form, the war against man-made evil goes on, and
Commander Howard E. Born, USN, Commanding you must continue to serve in the cause of right-
Naval Air Cecil Field
Auxiliary Station
eousness? Have you learned that life is more thana

Commander John B. Huhn. USNR, Commanding selfish, self-centered existence, but that we growin
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Mayport stature as we serve and help those less fortunate 2'

Cant. Marvin L. Seldtl, USMCR. than we are 7 Have you, during your service career,
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe made firm friends whose comradeship has been a ,
leavening influence amidst the inevitable hardshipsand
JAX AIR NEWS receive Service
Camp Newspaper
and Ship's Editorial I Association material. Republication boredom of military life. Will you take these VONt
of credited matter prohibited without permission of CMS friendships with you to enrich your civilian life?
War 205 E. 42nd N.Y.C.,
Department St. or SEA. Washington
If leave is in the
when -
you your answer negative
25. D. C Republlcatlon of any other matter,
except by service publications Is prohibited without then indeed, you have missed one of Man'sgrandest
schedule if It didn't and that
No train ever kept a run goesfor
permission of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. I experiences. It is my hope that the over-
whelming number of men and women will respondIn a reconversion schedule.

the accentuated affirmative. I I _ _
What Progress? Offer RFC JobsTo
I ,
Reports of the outside world reach this I Letters to the EditorDear I

office now and then, and quite often they'reterrifying. I Navy OfficersA
to If you like history but well
Strange post-war people seem
with action and romance golden opportunity for naval
Editor: spiced
to be doing strange post-war things and the
some of the following historical officers to cash in on their Navy
thought occasionally comes to us that maybewe Your editorial of last week entitled "Perfection novels may suit your taste. experience Is being offered by the
Ahead?" has been read with interest because it
won't recognize that outside world whenwe "UIIEKE MY LOVE SLEEPS'
Reconstruction Finance
finally get into it. Simple and naive as we touches upon a subject that is of profound Interest- by Clifford Dowdey, is a book full Corporation
which Is seeking 25 officers
are, we have a kind of Scott Fitzgeraldishsort both to military and non-military persons. of action set against the turbu-
lent background of the last year with aircraft parts experience to
of feeling about the whole thing. Certainly must have directed editorialto I
you your of fighting of the Civil War. Helen act as RFC representatives to expedite -

But last Saturday evening we received a minority group when you used such phrases as Topping Miller blends romance and the disposal of surplus ma-

definite proof that the post-war world is the "short-sighted individuals" and "unrest and per- history of "DARK SAILS," a tale terials at naval air stations.

same as the pre-war world, so far as the sonal frustrations and 'clashes with authority." For of VER colonial SHOALJs"days in Georgia.by Hamilton"SIL RFC requirements call for capable -

basic qualities are concerned. The engineersand : by and large, the men in service have not resented Cochran is an adventurous storyof men with aircraft parts ex-

architects and designers may change the ordinary discipline and subordination. They certainly treasure hunting in the Baha- perience for east and west coast

appearance of a lot of things, but human na- I have not expected a perfect life in the Navy, nor mas in the seventeenth century RFC naval representatives air stations. Duties will be of to the determine -

ture remains the same. Human nature has do they assume the "civilian world offers a new Myrtle Strode-Jackson uses the scrap direct salvage work

stayed in the kerosene lamp era of its de- and perfect way of living," as you state In your name Cher heroine "TANSYTANIAIID" and arrange for the sale of surplus
as the title of her
velopment and we'll recognize it whereverwe editorial. material. A short course of training -
latest book, a romantic tale of
it. Admitting that we enlisted men have been the will be conducted by the RFCto
see Elizabethan in which the
best fed, the best equipped and the best housed England prepare those selected for their
The place was that little collection of military personnel in history, then probably some queen characters.herself For is one of the chief work. They will be sent to naval

weathered buildings, rough roads, and neon who plan our training and our duties might won- good biography, and good good history readingtry air stations other than their present -

signs located at the foot of a shaky ferris der, "Why are enlisted" men of today griping more "THE: rEAKABLES" by or last assignment. .
than before? lived two with
wheel. (The ferris wheel is at the beach, ever Having years Laverne Gay. This is an historical Salaries range from $3,600 to
these men and having the same gripe, the answeris
novel about the Lombard rule in $5,500 per year, with a few open-
about fifteen miles from Jacksonville and the
that we resent officers having the utmost liberty ings as district at
northern Italy and Rome in the representatives
name of the town is Jax Beach). The time with their individual time and Navy time, and with sixth century. In an exhilirating $6,200 per year. Officer who have

was 0030. The leading role was played by a the full time of men under them. riotous manner, Robert Graves retells been released or will soon be released -

fat, noisy, and red-faced highway bandit in a We recognize that rank should have its privi- the mythological tale of Jason under the print system are
policeman's suit This bandit driving a car leges, but also rank has DUTIES, and one of theseis and the Golden Fleece in eligible Officers lackuig sufficient
to observe a decent restraint. Unreasonableness' points for release Ir. U.e
"HERCULES, MY Sllll' IATE. very near
with a loud siren, possessed a complete set of on the part of some officers in their attitude of Still future will not be considered.

the worst manners since Charles Laughton'sportrayal men under them, and failure to maintain responsible favorites topping in all categories the list of current two Interested officers should writeto

of "Henry the Eighth." attitudes, is why so many enlisted men have so other historical novels first are Costam's Mr. James Garfield Reconstruction -
; -
little good to for the present system. Finance Corporation 425 Sec
say "
"All three said the bandit "BLACK HOSE, a roman-

you guys, Yes, we have had our beer garden, a movie tic tale of thirteenth ond Street, N.W" Washington, D.
stopping three cars that were proceeding house, a place to drink shakes, and the temporary land and the Orient; century then, "CAP Eng C., outlining their background and

along one of the rough roads at approximately hardships of our barracks' life win soon be for- TAIN FROM CASTILE," an ad- qualifications.

28 m.p.h. "Follow: me back to the gotten once we leave the service. But we could not venture story of Spain and :Mexico I
close our .._a f_n the fact that just down the road' in the sixteenth discharge papers, or other proof
station, ana no back taut outa any of you the O v century by Sam- that '
are an dis- \
has been lavishly furnished ,quarters and the extravagant uel Shellabarger
At the police station, a converted tool "country club" life offered officers. It I charged World War II veteran, a .,
shed, the tired clerk looked up from his rac- has been said by one fellow that he "felt as if he ItAnnounce list of items desired and a descrip-
ing tip sheet. in low-cost tion of the business in which you
were living a public housing develop- Plans will them.
"Book all these guys at 50 m.p.h.," ment just across the street from the WaldorfAstoria. Take use the SWPC certificate of
." And he would be arrested for entering the
screamed the bandit. For preference to
"hotel." Vesper Hour the disposal agency
"Leave ten dollars bond, and appear hereon actually selling the property, make
It is not that we want the same. And we cer-
Chaplain Paul Olander your inspection and
execu- arrange pay-
for said the
Tuesday hearing clerk.
tainly do not want the run of the officers' club. It
tive officer of the NAS Chaplain's ment and shipping. Or, if you prefer
"But we weren't going fif- began Is just that whereas we are forced to live In sur- Department, will' conduct the the SVVPC will handle the
three voices. less comfortable than those to which
roundings we meditation services during the transaction for you.
"Shut up, all you," said the bandit, "oryou'll have been accustomed, we think it is only fair to Vesper Hour, which will be held
expect the same of out'officers. at All Saints' Protestant
be spendin' the night here. Chapel
Etc., etc.It's -*-An Enlisted Man. at Prior 1815,to Sunday the arrival, January of Captain 27. I ill in in r S rrn it rs'

all familiar, the small town traffic
Lee Albert, ChC
trap where the employees are sent out to Dear Editor: Chaplain Olander was acting, USN station Service for Sunday, January n,'141

collect their own salaries, and we supposewe Regardless of the savings In manpower effected chaplain. The Vesper Hour at the Station and Militia thapeli Arena" Birminfhara

should be grateful for this reminder that I by the closing of the general station galley, the has gained great popularity since ProteiUnt
net result proves that manpower will be lost, not it was started three Sundays 0730--Tloly Communion- ChaplaIn E.
the world hasn't changed much. As we said ago. W. Andrew.
: saved by the system now in operation. The principal attractions
of this 0930--NATTC
Servic Chaplain E.
at the beginning of this little piece, atom Conditions at the main station galley are cha- service of worship are the hymn W. Andrew. -
bomb or no atom bomb human nature sing, the brief 1045-Divine Service*--Chaplain Francl -
otic, to say the least. Lines are so long that it now meditation and the
shows comfortable resistance to improvement takes more than an hour to get chow. With onlyan friendly spirit of the programs.The 1815*-Les deeper Albert.Hour Chaplain Paul.

hour allotted for the noon meal, and with num- chaplains' department has Olander, i)
-*- erous personal errands to be run durng that hourin announced that this coming Sun- Divine Servlcei Building for Colored 804 rMneli

addition to eating (laundry, tailor, cobbler shop day evening a period of fun, frolic, 1430-Chnplaln B. C. Gilbert.
ship's service, etc.), it is impossible to accomplishall food and fellowship will be added. Sunday School
Another :
1 Dog StoryContinuance 0030-Small/ B. C.
this in that short period of time. new Fellowship Hour will be Gilbert

I have been on this station more than two years, held In the Small Chapel follow Catholic
of strikes and of
recurrence and I can not recall such jams at the chow hall even ing the vesper services. 0630 0830-Man.
demands for more money by all parties on during the busiest days of the war. Something I 0930--Mm Mau.*.
all sides of all current f industrial issues ought to be done at once to remedy this situation. 1100-HiKh Me..

brings to mind the old fable of the greedy Tired Sailor. Steps Given For 1700-MKM.thriitlan. Science Servic

dog with the piece of meat in his mouth. 1100-Small Chapel.

It seems that this dog was carrying home decided that he would go after the bigger Buying PropertySEADo An Outdoor maintained Nurury between for 0930 mall and childrenii 1200.

,j piece -of meat that he reflected in the Week Day Religious Hervire
a large chunk of tasty meat one day, when saw ( ) you want to buy JcwUh Keliciou Services aid Fellhip .*-
he happened to cross "a low bridge over a water. Opening his mouth to grab for it, his some surplus property when you Hoar

stream. Looking down into the clear water, own meat dropped into the water and he was leave the service Here's the way 1800-Frlln Latter In Day tb.'Imall Saints' Service Chapel. .

this dog saw another: dog holding a much left staring at himself, emptyhanded.The Smaller to go about War Plants it, according'to the 1100 Small-Mutunl Chapel M',..'etJ!. K (WeUnecdajr) Jn

better piece of meat in his mouth.So fable doesn't say, but it's a safe bet veterans' sales agent.Corp. official V.an, M..'* Bible Cla. .

what happened ? Why the real dog that this one dog learned his lesson. Submit to an SWPC office your 1830 lor.Pdge -. (TburtJa/) Chaplain; J:. S. CayI -


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24 January 1946 j CIVILIAN' JAX AIR HEWSNEWS Page Five. I

Suggestions By Ackerly: !Are I BREEZING AROUND A & R J

, Administration and Per80noel-

This work is just as any usual as Mrs.civilians.Nancy Jones has been discharged -

I ; ('Valuable To Naval Activities week. Today we see a new face from the Navy, and after
and tomorrow an old one vanishes. spending a short vacation at her
Some of these faces that are new home in W. Va., returned to Jack-
'j Countless hours have bee' to a number of us are those that sonville. As a Wave, Nancy was

,;. saved, convenience of operation .!I Demonstrates TesterBBBBm have returned from military fur- secretary to Captain Cloukey.
has been obtained, and I I nmBBEBBnBBHH lough. Mr. Adolf K. Anderson, for- Now, she is secretary to Mr. Qui-

materials have been conserved J I mer planning division senior supervisor na.Mrs.
I has returned from the Elizabeth Thomas resignedthis
.- by the many suggestions that II Navy to continue his good work as week and returned to her
pcur into the Beneficial Sug- a civilian. Anderson was stationed home in Valdosta, Ga
gestion box each day. here while in the Navy as A & R
Mrs. Margaret Brown, personnel
planning division later be-
Ferris F. Ackerly of the carburetor ___ ing transferred to Pearl Harbor assistant, is leaving this week to
shop No. 1347, engine overhaul ii He returned with the rank of com- resume her duties as housewife.
Assembly and Repair department mander, and now he's a happy civilian Margaret's husband has recently
has presented some :11S again. been discharged from the Navy.
of these suggestions to the com- Miss Euleene Willingham is taking
mittee for consideration. For these i Mr. Rubin C. Copeland, who has Mrs. Brown's place as personnel
been on military furlough, returned -
he received six letters of commen- assistant.
5 and has resumed his
responsibilities -
dation, three cash awards and one Electronics DhUlon-Receiving
for the ord-
additional cash award of $75 from nance division.as quarterman Numerous others their discharges from service this
Washington. Among his ideas week are Russell L. Scharf, ART
have returned to A & R to work
which have been of great value 2c from Cincinnati, Ohio, and Gene
here and at various other activities Biven, ARTlc from Plainfield, N. I
' are, "Tester and Regulator for Couples Exchange J. Chrief McManus left Tues-
Fuel Systems," shown in the -h 1H day for a well deserved forty-day
above picture; an "Air DistributIng leave. He will join his brother in
Block;" "Jig to Hold Acceler- Nuptial VowsMany I California Johnny Pace, MMlc
ating Pump on the Stromberg ran into difficulties last Saturday
Control Cover Assembly Stron weddings of interest have when he went to Tallahassee to attend -
berg Carbureator' P.T. or P.D.": taken place recently by couples in the Price-Ahles wedding. He
"Jig to Recondition Pronged End shop 862 of the electronics divi- spent the night at a local hotel,
of Idle Spring"; "Jig ResettingIdle sion.The and owing to the housing shortagehe
Spring"; "Polishing Wheel": marriage of Alice Juanita had to sleep hi the fireplace.He .
"Jig for Desludging Gears"; "Idle Miller, Sic, from Tell City, Ind., says it was the only place
Spring Tension Tester':; "Spindle! and William Day Purdy was sol where he could sleep like a log.
Adapter and Spring Lock"; "Spark emnized in the Church of the Im- Better luck next time. Johnny!

Plug Paint Spray Machine"; "At- maculate Conception last Saturday Electric Shop, Accessories Division
tachment for Copper Electrodes": evening. A reception was held at -Another serviceman, H. W.
"Air Distributing Block"; and "A I the home of the bridegroom's sis- Fischer, AEM3c, received his dis-
Neoprene Gasket." ter, Mrs. Dorothy Biggerstaff in charge and will return to civilianlife
His idea for "Idle Spring Ten- South Jacksonville. The couple will again Well deserved and
sion Tester" tests tension in the make their future home in Tampa needed rests are being enjoyed by
idling springs used on the Strom where Mr. Purdy will be engagedin Miss H. O. Evans and Minzie

berg carburetors, P.T. and P.D. business. Groover We
"" .'Ii f. regret to hear of
models. This device determines the The "Tester and Regulator for Fuel Systems" demonstrated The Church of the Blessed Sac- the accident of Mary Holland'sson
correct travel of spring under a above by Ferris F. Ackerly is one of his many suggestions which rament in Tallahassee was the Bobby. We hope he will havea
specified pressure at a specified have been of great value to Naval activities. scene of an impressive ceremony speedy recovery and that he
position of contact by weight. Th! which united in marriage Helen will soon be back kicking that
idle spring is placed in positionon Price and Raymond W. Ahles on football again.GARDNER.
the base plate and fastened to Veterans May QualifyFor Saturday, 19 January. The bride's .
the plate by latching the cross bar dress was of white bridal satin
in place. A brass ring is slid to made with long court train. The V REPLACES
the right on top bar. The guage ReclassifieD lion shaped neck was trimmed in mar-
shaft is dropped down until the quisette. The bridal veil was fash- MYERS AS DIRECTOR -'
round foot plate rests in the fork- A recent Civil Service Commission Circular, No. 456: dated ioned to the bride's tiara of seed
: ed end of spring to be tested. The 13 November 1945, provides that If you have a war-service Indefinite pearls and fell to the end of the EMPLOYEES' ASSOC.Francis
dial is set on zero reading. The appointment, it can be converted to either a probationalor long train. She carried a white .
weight is then turned and lowered, classified appointment, provided that you can meet the following prayer book and a single white Reed Gardner
the qualifications: ((1)) Present an honorable discharge from orchid. Frances supervisor -
ao a point of weight on Wynn, lifelong of the division in the
' spring and the spring deflection is the armed services. ((2)) Furnish evidence of a service connected friend of the bride, was one of the receiving has
registered on dial guage. To be disability as follows: (a) An official statement from the Veterans bridesmaids. The bridesmaid'sgown elected Supply by Department the Board, of Directorsof

correct, a spring dial reading Administration, dated within six months, showing that was of pink brocaded taffeta the Employees' Association for
should be between .041 and 017. A you have a presently existing service connected disability of not and her bouquet was of red Civil Service to
5., correction of reading has to be less than 10 per cent, OR are receiving compensation or pension roses. Those from the shop who employees replace
D. who has
Philip Myers, -
made by subtracting .003 from dial for disability of service origin; OK (b) An official state- attended the wedding were Gene resign.V

'I reading as the weight of the stem ment from the Veterans'"Administration showing that you are Biven, ARTlc, Miss Cecelia \ \ ,
: dial indicator moves spring .003 receiving disability retirement benefits; OR (c) An official state- Young John Pace, MMlc, Mrs. "
and is exactly 2.1 pounds. This test ment from the War or Navy Department (or jour original or- Erien Westervelt, Mr. and Mrs. V. 1,:..
'f' gives assurance prior to Installa- ders) showing: that you are receiving retired pay for disability E. Holt, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert "r'I
\ tion that proper fuel flow and incurred in line of duty. Grooms. J I
.I pressure are obtained for idling. This privilege applies to all disabled veterans meeting the Friends of Jane Lord, who re- :
This eliminates tearing down the above qualifications If you think you can qualify, you can find cently resigned from shop 862, will
"11 carburetor after installation to out the full details by contacting the Veterans Adviser In the be interested to hear of her marriage .J
f.' make.this adjustment.) This testeris Personnel Relations Department. to V. E. Holt, who has been
under consideration 01 me u rn- released nom me service jne cou
dix Stromberg engineers, who are ple are residing in Jacksonville.
. favorably impressed by the device. INSIDE Procedure Of- .

; Ackerly came to this activity 14
October 1941 and gradually was PUBLIC WORKSBy Inspection Dept.Is Suppy WelcomesNew

promoted to the position of snap-
s pe; A.M.M. He later asked for a Ethel M. Shanahan ExplainedBy EmployeesBy
change of rating aa the duties of Wedding bells rang out at the
snapper were too arduous for his Riverside Presbyterian Church for W. II. Pascal Leola Jones

health. Betty Bulger, S2c, wave messenger The link between administrationand We were glad to welcome many
for buildings 450 and 451, who the actual inspection is pro- 7 0Y' O
Air-minded for many years, one new employees into the Supplyand
married Russell Wills of Under- vided for in the Inspection Depart-
of his many souvenirs a picture Accounting Department these
of himself standing beside a water Demolition Squadron stationed ment by the position of principal past few days. Among those com-
WACO-9} in 1929. There is a vast at Green Cove Springs inspector. In each division the ing aboard were, Virginia R. Anderson -
aboard U. S. S. Snowden, DE 216 weight of responsibility falls upon
difference between that plane and I Linwood H. Daniels, Clar-
those he helps service now. Public Works was right in there his shoulders. By far his most im- ence T. Huntley, Margaret F.
Through the years he has steadily: with Rev. R. Young officiating, portant task is the handling of his Keys, Beverly H. Miles, Esther O.
o Increased his knowledge of plane. husband of Mary Young, secret Inspectors-to provide them withan Newman, James F. Petry, EleanorM.
construction and maintenance. tary in the de- organization which will help I Ross, Evelyn M. White, Eunice .'! I" w..J
." Since coming to this activity, he sign section them make good decisions. For I C. Barlow, Paul K. Moore, and Francis R. Gardnered
has taken several upgrading Mrs. Young this purpose the principal inspector Ruth W. Rawlins There were from his duties
'J courses on engine overhaul, ; was also pres- must interpret bureau and local many more, but there isn't room member of the board.In as .
). conversion, spark plugs and I ent, while Gin- specifications, inspection de- to list all the names however,
t carburetors. His various positions .. ; n y Warpolecontact partment orders and assure that welcome to all of you and hope accordance with the bylawsof
and such directives are being properly the association, the board of
have had to do with the tearing you will like it here with us!
: I Ann Johnson, executed.The directors elects a new member upon
down overhaul, reassembling ,i:
bells will
I ''!, Wedding soon be ring-
Sic, were "bestman" resignation of a director
and specific requirements of the
testing adjustments Her
/' ing for Sarah Hancock. en-
"i'' and Inspection stations as to methodsof prior to the expiration of his two-
of complete engine performance gagement to Sgt. Chester Wiele-
1: including bearings, valves, bridesmaid. The inspection employed, and the ba, USMC, son of Mr. and Mrs year term of office.
'li1 ignition, carburetors and calling 3 best man had distribution of personnel to insure T. C. Wieleba of Hartford, Conn., The new member of the board
,t and lubrication systems. I duty at the last adequate Inspection coverage, are was announced recently. Wedding came to NAS Jax in October 1940( ,
, His hobbies are fishing and gardening minute and problems whose solutions are at plans will be announced later. one of the original fifteen em
while his favorite sports could not come ashore so Glnny his dlsgression. All major decisions ployees. Early in 1941 he was
are baseball and football. filled in. Russell shipped out a few that must be made pertain- Bettye Lotz, Ophelia Sapp, and made supervisor of the receiving
a F.. An operation that saved labor or days later, and Betty is now anx- ing to particular inspections are Sarah Kuder enjoyed a week-end division in Supply, the position he
to Mount Dora
. ious to be a civilian as soon as trip recently. They
time, or proceeded in a better brought under his advisement by now holds.
motored there and back in Dettye's
manner after an idea of his was possible ,to start her career as a .his supervisors.The Myers has been a member of
auto Barbara Black is
tested and tried, has been credit housewife. Betty comes from Evansville progressive attitude that is a the board since the establishmentof
tenough:: for Ackerly. His ideas have Ind., and Russell from to be maintained requires a relent- rather since happy husband young"Blackie"lady these finally fie association, and it is with
.' saved countless hours besides add- Milville, N. J. less pursuit of knowledge which days, home from regret that his resignation is announced -
convenience of and Apropos of the above, there area got overseas .
ing operation the principal inspector must fosterIn
duty. They enjoyed a trip to MI-
new diamonds Bashing '
not couple
conservation of material. Why criterion "The
his division. The .
around Public Works! Mary ami, where the sun is always shin- ,
do he does When see a but better tomor-
as you best today, far
condition you can improve, send in Young would like to suggest to row," is a constant reminder of ing, we hear! Supply Has New
your idea and build for yourself a marriage-minded couples that she the work to be done. Another as-
creditable list of suggestions. If is ready f offer her services as pect of the principal inspector's NOTICE! Committee MemberThe
you need assistance in presentingyour witness and play "Oh, Promise position is the consideration neces- Will the officer who has been
idea, consult your committeeman Me" on the grand piano (see issue sary to envision his divisions partIn trying to locate the family of Beneficial Suggestion Com-
t or call 8194. Sign your of 4 Ocotber 1945 Jax Air the over-all picture and to see James C. Holland, of V. T. 31, mittee announces a new member,
i, suggestion, drop in boxes provided News) as an added attraction! that inspections are conducted in listed as missing from the Car- Lt. Comdr. F R. Briggs, USN, who
i or mail direct to Margarie D. Put- Jimmie Peacock, maintenance a cooperative manner which will rier Belleau Wood, 24 July was recently transferred from Miami
/ nam, recorder, Box 22, Personnel electrician, was in an auto accident mesh with the Inspections conducted 1945, kindly get In touch with to the Supply Department.
t/ ; Relations. but came to work and work- by correlated divisions. Our dis- Mrs. Gertrude Hutclilnson, NAS Jax, replacing Lt. C. W. Lie-
i I ed a week before he found out that cussion now leads us to the "Back leading personnel assistant, A dell as storehouse officer
Ensign: I wonder if I could he had three broken ribs and a The sub-committee
bone" of Inspection-the inspector. & R, Ext. 702. Anyone rise havIng serving with
make you melt in my arms? broken collar bone! Rugged" men Information or having been him are: M. J. Smith, chairman,.
Sweet Young Thing: No, I'm these electricians. assigned to the ship during this assisted by I Kenneth McDuffey
not that, soft and you're not that Scuttlebutt haa it that the design the fold, ie, down at Main Side period please contact her also. George Dwellcv James Wingato, ,
hot., section is about to return to again. and John Parsons.

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I -;NATTC Defeated Yellow Water for Seventh Win




TIIUKsl).\\-BIG NAMES BANDS DANCE (recordings of youi
favorite orchestras I, NATTC Auditorium 2000 to 2300.


Judy Garland, Angela Lansbury and John Hodiak 1730 and 2000.

SUMV\'-TARS AND SPARS, with Alfred Drake and Janel t
Blair. 1500, 1800 and 2000. w.


ring Dorothy Lamour and Arturo DeCordova 1800 and 2000.

1800 and 2000.

TIIURSDAVMAN IN GREY, with Margaret Lockwood and .. ".'
James Mason 1730 and 2000.

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I Judy Garland and Angela Lansbury Co-Marred' In THE HARVEY

GIRLS, here Friday and Saturday, .
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a9 Y1sA[ asebset.- mtt+tas.n .otscavreoc av.nu.w cce

I SPLflSttESfROmrWTTC Saturday Inspection Is nOB IIEIIRMAN, NATTC center (behind No 11)), seems' to hI' having a bit of trouble finding thl''
i hoop>> in this scene, taken during time second period of the TTC.\'pllow Walt'r game last I"rldayIIlght
Set for Duty Section 1 but theIr Raiders went 011 10 win 5,1 1016 and thereby register their "t''t'nthIdo'ry.. Other

Duty Section; One will stand players gathered around the basket awaltlrlJt) the outcome are ('(,lIlrr Jim 'anJtan (No. 11)), Jay Grieve,

tM. personnel inspection this Satur for\\l\rd (No. 10)) and Huh :\ll'IlIt'rt', forward (t"\trrme right), nil of Yellow Water, and Milan (lug)
." day. GJurh'h, guard (background), and For\\artl nail 1't'rt'zlu of NATT(', .
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The same routine as In the i -- ---- --

past will be followed. The Inspection iI I I I i'lUG N in.; : us -, racks,

will begin at 0900) in I \M'h-TOMOIir Do you remember "Suwannee
I the parking lot area adjacent to I River "Roll On, You Mississippi : -
All hands are invited to the
I Roll On"
Itiiilding 500 and many of those old
COOKs* AM BAKERS: "Ourtht"m dance at the V1TC
With this inspection all\ four sweet melodies Gives you a nostalgic
since the advent of these | ATTCenI tonight The music\ ,auditorbus
I I sections will have stood feeling for the times when
duty an
e>mi-spring days Is, "Lovelv to I cordings, his; been spec'iallj selected -
Insertion and next week the 1 you sang in glee clubs and minstrel -
Look at and if don't think
you I from the nation's top>>
<' '('Je> will begin over again with shows baclc home in school.
) 'Jetrv
ewe, conic up and see those, good : binds for excellent dancing.t j
1) ity Section Four.COMPANY i Well, here your chance to revive
looking |IwrmanentsFran : program featuring S.\T-I' "old times." Join THE MINSTREL
:Snow; and I.'rt" Ileaslip I T("'1'6' own NAVES: and ... SHOW
that the NATTC Welfare
have been giving latl'l)'. Our ever Yee I has been arranged. Dancing; Is
department is ,
giving You don'thave
diminishing last will say goodbye: from 000) to 2300 and there!
t very shortly, leaving 16 "Stew, I I I'SHIPS _,Jgel 81321 Pons; just give J. B Chick (Ext.
) a ring and ask him about it
burners," where only a month ago ( Butcher) who has just receiv-
there were 30 of us. An interestin ny1 tolvinau ed a new shiny badge, came into Things I like about NATechTraCen -
things! literary Is manifesting; At this writing, Yours Truly is our shop one day last week and the seemingly perpertually -
Unfit of late, with "Forever Anti sitting on a nice soft cushion try- asked us to polish it up a little I blooming of the rose bushes

ber" going the rounds upon reconimendatlori ing to recuperate from a brisk more Incidentally, he had us all around the base The friendly smileof

of 15. Leslie Margie canter at Hyde Park yesterday, guessing last week, as to whetheror Esther, one of our cashiers in
I llolJen'g Interest lies elsewhere I which I was inveigled into. (The not he was getting married It ship's service Lee and Lacen

\i though, and you won't wonder long! PROFILES[ things one does to get news for turned out to be a colossal bluff in walking around, hand in hand, oblivious -

when you bee her stamping aroundIn I this column). I had every inten- order to cover up for another couple to( their surroundings .
tion of at who just this week-end said "I The "pay-day" rush to town
her new jodhpurs and cowboy From Arlington, Vermont, back playing golf Hyde Park 'The"sharp"
biwti.*!" I to Arlington, Vermont. Gregory K I -but fate led me into one of the DO" WAVE L. McGowan of the columns of students shoving -

ADVANCES IN RATES: Have Cullinan, SKD2c, who works in the I two nosily packed cabs bound for Dispensary, and Cox "Red" Sla- off for chow or school, something -
you noticed the new chevrons on I Auditing Section of the Disbursing the Hyde Park stables When we ter, NATTC Police. Our congratu- we've lacked for quite awhile
arrived I found I lations and good wishes. You will The
surrounded unfaltering
the sleeves of Sylvia Silverman, department, runs a grocery storein was energy
HA3c, Alma Hodges, HA3c, Phyl- this typical, scenic little Ver- by a group of the Personneland also notice WAVE Mary-Lou Min shown by the boys and gals of the i''
ln Zimmerman, HA3c, Pat Meldoj -I mont town. XOD boys. Also in the group nix and CPO New Ketner out together Welfare department, when they
j nick, SpX)3c) Meta Stroman, Y- were WAVES Mystic Towers, Ruth most of the time And throw a "shindig:' The perpetual
r 3c, Mary Okern, CKV2c, Florence The store was operated by Cul- Herndon and Phyllis Mitchell while we're on the topic of CPO good spirits of Virginia Jones,

Barber, Y2c and Marguerite VIC- ,I linan father for more than 30 Well, we got off to a,slow start, they tell me that their bar- Y3c. (AEM School), The plaintive
tor years and originally was a general home ties racks (No, 54)) has acquired a decided "mewing" of the seagulls hunting
WAVES Stromen, Barber -, being pretty strong with
merchandise of the
meeting place
list to the starboard side around our streets for choice tidbits
and Meidonick are among the most of the steeds, especially mine
I II community, selling everythingfrom To you "landlubbers" that's the Kenny Kesler looking for his
first to have enough courage to -but I traded with Cox "Widget" I
coffins to cornplasters. But side that faces the "almost"
I sign up to stay until September i, the Cullinan sons took over with Piper. Incidentally, four of us at! WAVES Bar- Daily Letter.
I and receive the automatic advantages one time or another traded with -
modern ideas and ruined all the
I, | atmosphere and color by remodel- Piper ("Horse Trader"). And onceI I I Material Has Fun at Picnic
PERSONNEL Lot Meek-end had to dismount to cut
: ing and specializing in just gro- a switch .. ____ __
wi ao active one for members of ceries. The village remains very my ornery nag noticed what I
the Personnel division.' A group I was doing and hotfooted it in the
much the same, in spite of the
i of 13 horseback I I I direction,
ventured out on a sons with their new ideas and a opposite Piper had to
: riJe which turned out to be plf'nty' gallop off and catch Il. and got a
plastic factory
caching Ruth llerndon found it I kick for his pains Hes a pretty
; a bit rough, when her horse tietided -I i, Norman Rockwell, the artist, sharp boy with the horses tho' '
I to throw her. fortunately,I lives there and uses almost all local Ruth had her troubles coming:)

"she came up with a smile and just people for his drawings and to a fork in the trail, she decided ,
I' a few bruises. WAS> Mitchell, illustrations Do you rememberthe I to take the trail to the left rRm
of the Ration Board ,
and Mahoney received extra *pe-: picture I the horses had already decided on
One of the Cullinan clan was
ci.il telephone calls from the one the right. Both had their own way
i Mid only Margie Bjerle and Alice/ that. The residents enjoy seeing Ruth sans the horse. After she
Miikey have been here only a short their local garages, corner drug,, picked herself out of the bramble

time. but have perhaps seen more stores and I patch, she ruefully decided a woman w
of the highlights of 1'lor Ida than neighbors in the can't alwajs have her own

i i tutus who have been among us Saturday Evening way. a ,

\'-" \ i longer. PostCullinan. Returning after a l long, hard, 1 L '
: I THE DISPENSARY: The biggest t who and bumpy ridefsly's horse
I surprise of the year (so fart : considers him- gave up the ghost about a block
'Iwu Lee McGowan's marriage to self a very away and cantered in without her
"Red" Slater. They Journeyed to I -rays c democratic Vermonter -I What-a-Man' Butts, with his ( 6

Georgia and were planning on I r is 30 never failing gallantry, "picky- Ri 'xta

keeping it a secret until they met years old, tall, II backed" her all the way back, a
Mr. and Mrs Culpepper (Redline) I lean and athletic goaded on with her switch We

and a few other WAVES from He played i picked him up, dusted him off' .
Barracks:\ who were staying at semi-pro base I and tried to straighten the kink :

t the same hotel Congratulations .... ball for aboutO. out of his back, but to no avail,

and the best of luck, Mac and K. Cullinan 10 years All I All in all, everybody had a marvelous _-' ,.+rwltw'.ww.-wmsaawigNw'w.wYl4',,n. .i-y__._MI",..+ DMWiA/ilPa//.76 r.f
f Red sports are his hobby. He time, and returned home, THE MATERIAL DEPAKTMLNT and Its guests' with Lt.
i. Say, just who Is this mysterious ly, enjoys skiing down espeCial-I tired, hungry, and saddle sore, andI Comdr. Dale Carter In the right foreground, are shown
Daun Juan who has been sending ski trails for which his mean! A. II. Gillian as he retrieved' a ball which landed In A tree during cheering H

'of i Continued on Page Seven Continued on & I saw this myself the "An- Softball game! held at the department' recent picnic. .


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24 January, 1946. NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

Raiders Suffer Aviation- Fundamentals Students Receive Basic Instruction I II Barracks 13, Mess

First Defeat As I Cooks Go Ahead In

Cove Five' WinsThe I Intramural leaguesWith ,

NATTC Air Raiders suffered the basketball season in
their first defeat 'in eight r full swing, the NATTC Intramural
starts Tuesday night when they Leagues are gaining: momentum
dropped a 58 to 27 decision to each week: The result of last
Green Cove Springs on the lat week's games has left two teams
ter's court, perched on the top rung of their
The strong Green Cove respective leagues The Mess
Springs five grabbed the lead a a3Y!' I Cooks took another victory in the
early in the contest and the National League and Barracks 13
Raiders never could catch up. won to remain on top in the Am-
After holding a 25 to 16 advan- erican League.
tage at the half, the GBreen Big surprise was in the National
Cove cages spurted in the third League where TFC took a 27-23
stanza to run their margin to thriller from the previously undefeated
48 to *"., TAO five. TAO led most of
Plank\ and Skoog sparked the way but wilted under the TFC
Green Cove's attack, registering attack, which was led by Tom
14 and 13 points respectively. George and "Fuzzy" Foster. .
TEM Division took their third
Forward Dan Ferezan's seven u uy
points were high for NATTC victory and are ready to hop into
The Air Raiders will have a I first place, in event the Mess
chance:: for revenge on 1 Febru Cooks fold. Kolenda and Miller
ary when'they play & return en- were the big guns in the attack
gagemen. on the NAITC floor. ', that smothered Personnel. 39-13.
I Each collected 12 points. Miller is

The NATTC Air Raiders notched I I the league's leading scorer, with
1 a total of 57 in four
up their seventh straight win points games.
last Friday night; by defeating The Mess Cooks continued their
Yellow Water, 55 to 46 In a nard Ak a victory march as they won over
fought contest. The next assign N PT & W 40-24 The well-balanced
ment for the Raiders will be tomorrow I| Cooks were again led by Dick De-
night, when the local Vinney who tossed in 10 points.
squad will travel to Maxwell Field, He had the very capable assist
,Ala., to play a game-which was I ance of Gordon Fergot and Bob
postponed earlier in tie season. o I I Mathias who got seven points

The Raiders were given a scare apiece.
in the first few moments of the }I Disbursing racked up their sec
game with Yellow Water when ond win in four starts, as they tri-
Jim Mangan collected five points! umphed over TAP, 31-15 Bob Fet-
before NATTC could find the scoring I I I zek hit 12 counters to show the
column. The threat was short way for the winners.
lived, however, as Dan Ferezan, I The Police squad was scheduledto
Don Husvar and Bob Behrman play the Dispensary team but
went to work to even the count at I the latter informed Lt. C. C. Kel-
six all Play slowed; down during : ley, officer-in-charge, that they
the remainder of the quarter and I had chosen to give up their membership -
it ended with the local team leadIng in the league. They will be
95The I replaced by a team from Barracks

second quarter was a see- 17.
saw affair as the teams were tied 1 k, In the American League, Bar- .. ..
live times. h g'y4 racks 13 took their third victory .
The last quarter found the Air I without a defeat to remain in first
place. They beat out Medical department -
Raiders in front all the way. Dan
Ferezan made good on five straight of the Separation Center
throws by the count of 22-14.
free early in the period to
the home five Records Separation Center
give a ten point ft
I Ia
copped their first test when they
lead. Harless then traded a
pair of buckets with McIntyre took a well-earned 37-28 victoryover
and Mangan. Buckleys free toss T.t: Personnel of Separation Center
and Behrman's basket pushed the ,
count to 55-44 and the visitors Barracks 17 won their second
Glenn Harvey ended the scoring game against one defeat when
for the evening, with a short one they beat Disbursing of Separation
hander. Center, 27-22. Earls of Disbursing!
Dan Ferezan was the leading took scoring honors, with 12 counters -
point getter for the evening. He .
collected 20 points on six baskets AOM School kept in the run-
and eight free throws. Dpn Hus- ning with an easy 34-14 win over
var turned in 12 for the Air Raid VjJS Barracks 18. Rosebrough and Le-
ers. All of Husvar points were !F hew paced the winners with eight r/fI
countered during the first half. points each It was the second win

Bob McIntyre and Jim Manganwere I i for the AOM squad.
f Bake Shop a new entrant in
the two top men for the "i'i-i \
tors. McIntyre rang the bell for the American League, gave a
14 and Jim Mangan rackedup t ..J" warning to the other teams when
points ..
11 most of which came in the S they pinned a 35.26 defeat on AFC
first 1:5"v: -- J School. Doran dropped in 12 pointsto
period.Jenkins \
... .i
I' { lead the Bake Shop in the scor-

Is NamedEducational -- : 1 ing Here column.are the games scheduled

I UNI):\MENTALS! SCHOOL it "shown, in top photo above. The lass (is beginning work on a communications National ltgut
Officer at NATTC set project which will enable each student to become familiar with the various types of 'rTAW vi Barracks rertonnrl.fbM 17..
tools!, materials and practices needed in Naval Aviation. The class, composed of 100 students recentlyout inns took VA. v>. TAO
Lt. (jg) Hugh P. Jenkins Jr. of boot ('ampiII spend six weeks in this shop located in Building 411. In middle photo Kenneth TM VI. TAP.Dixbumlnff .
. Washington, D. C., has been W. Lindersmith, AMSc (extreme left), an instructor, gives a trainee some practical advice on the use American vi Police.LfUfut
named Educational Services officer I of a hacksan. Other students work with pliers. The I scene also", is in the well-equipped liable< Skills PnnnrkR 18 vi RecoidHuriniks ..
at NATechTraCen succeeding hop. Photo below shows Instructors discussing the communications! set project with officers. Leftto 13 vii Bake Shop
Lt. (Cjg) George S. Reuter Jr. who right are Instructors", Erie L. Holm, Elton! K. Alabcjt and Tom 31. Ket/el, all AMSc; Lt. Philip Lewis, Personnel AOM School va Barracks Llabur 17.lnll.
will be detached tomorrow for ie- SNit, assistant", ,, officer-in-charge for training (holding communications set) ; Lt A. U. Sweetin, USN, AIL: School vi Medical" ,
turn to inactive duty. basic skills phase officer; and Instructors Harry Peacor, AM3: .. and LJndersmlth. >
Lt Reuter had been Educational The sixth 100-trainee class!< began receiving Instruction in the Aviation Fundamentals school this "I seem to have run out of gas,"
Services officer since he reportedhere week. The school, headed by Lt. Conuir. C. Anderson, now occupies five buildings, including a he said sweetly. The Waves face
11 November of last year hangar at mainsiele. Of 718 men on board 536 now under instruction The present student goal lit small and white was turned up to
Before coming here, he was a per 1, 00, but eventually the school may reach 2,000. The' first students from the< 12-week course will be his, her eyes glowing dizzily from
sonnel officer, flotilla commanderin screened about Feb 23, Lt. (Comdr Anderson said, to determine the phase of aviation for which theyare beneath heavy dids. Her head
the amphibious training forces, best qualified.Ship's swam. Slowly he bent over her.
Instructor and commanding officer Why not? He was her dentist.
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of an armed guard unit. He Some day a girl may find a man
was a teacher in civilian life. ProfilesContinued NATTC WavesContinued who won't try to take advantageof The average man's arm is 28
Lt. Reuter plans to spend some her, but the tombstone will inches long. The average woman's
time in Fort Pierce, Fla., before From Page Six From Page SixJ probably be too darn heavy for her waist is 28 inches around.
returning to his home in Holden, the East is famous for in the Hanggi boxes of candy? ? ? to lift. You can't beat nature, can you?,
Mo. In March he will enter the winter. The town is also a popular noon 17, BARRACKS 51: The
graduate school of the University resort for vacationers in the sum- returne of Dottle Ludwig was INTRAMURAL I1ASKET ALlA LEAGUE STANDINGS
of Chicago.The mer and Cullinan has an oportu- welcomed in the form of Mrs, National League
Educational Services nity to do all the fishing and hunt Ullllam McCauley Dottle was Won Lost Pts Opp.
officer new is of the Uni- ing he desires.He married while on leave in :Mess Cooks . . . . . 4 0 155 85:
of a North graduate Carolina, Chapel has been at NATTC for 21 Koxborough, Pa, on 12 January. TAO Division . . .. . 3 1 13 80
Hill versity and spent 18 months as a months and before coming here he Dottle we wish you all the luck TE1I. Division . . .. . 3 1 137 107
. rocket, instruction officer on the spent six months in the SeabeesCullinan's in the world and know you will be Disbursing . . . . 2 2 121 97
west coast before coming here last duties in the Disburs- happy. TFC Division .. . . . 2 2 98 100
April as an instructor in the Avi- ing department include the audit- BARRACkS 51. A large number Police . . . . . . 1 1 58 66 ..
ation Ordnance Officers' school. He ing of all money lists coming in of NATTC WAVES attendedthe TAP Division . . ,. . 1 2 36 62
has been an assistant to Lt. Ru- and going out. He checks every- Don Cossacks chorus programat PTV Divisions . .. . 1 3 100 148
ter since last November. thing for accuracy and sees that the George Washington Hotel. Personnel . . . . . 1 3 54 109
everyone gets what they deserve. Mary Schuerman was seen carry- American League
"What kind 'of sailors are This week they are completing a ing a huge birthday cake Sunday. Won Lost Pts. Opp.
they?" asked Saint Peter list of the total amount of money Who was the lucky WAVE? Have Barracks 13 . . . .. . 3 0 88 55
"American," replied the gatekeeper earned during the last year for you noticed the new vogue of Records-Sep. Cent.1 0 37 28
personnel who may need to fill out slacks started by Maxine Bick- Bake Shop .,. . .. .. . 1 0 35 26
"Oh, let them in," said Saint an income tax return. ford? Meta Stromen will sing A01l.1 3chooJ . . . . 2 1 103 76
Peter. "They'll want a transfer in His wife and two children, ages "Symphony" at the NATTC dance Barracks 17 . . . . . 2 1 96 59
six months,of this duty anyway." six and eight, are at home in this tonight. Let's all be there A AFC School . . . .. 2 2 85 100,
town where maple sugar and va- large number of WAVES have Disbursing-Sep. Cent . . 0 1 22 >27
"Tell me, Mrs. Jones, how did cationers are the main industries. been supporting the winning Personnel-Sep. Cent . .. . 0 1 28 37 s
J9U get junior to eat olives?" And Cullinan will go back there NATTC basketball team this year, Medlcal-Sep. Cent . .. . .. 0 1 14 22
:;it was easy: I, started Mm on (right now it is six degrees below Barracks 18 .. .. .. .. 0 4_ i. 40 115F :
Martinis.." zero) about April when the SKD points warm up a bit. .



Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 24 January, 1946

I Fliers-Hit Win Streak; Playing Road Games I IS CIVILIAN J 1 1J

I Upset Strong Parris Island Team; w

.... 1. -'':: / I
I Meet St. Johns Fleet Five FridayThe

"f'7.:<<. //l e ._ ::!!!"
Fliers were flying high this week. Not only were

= R"UN I they flying over the southeast to their basketball games, but

; I they were topping all opponents and boosted their record to

." f I 10 wins against two losses.
1 .p'(./: -- ::1' By dipping Barksdale AAF, Orlando AAB and Parris Island, in
,>tJ. iJL I succession, the Fliers became one of the top service basketball teams
,-"Ir ..., <..-1 i in the nation. Last night they were scheduled for one of their toughest
r-n .. marine team at Point N, C.
games to date, with the potent Cherry ,
._!.... :; ;:..".... y a' after playing in Key West Tuesday.On .
the basis of comparative scores, the Fliers may be in for

Designed For All Hands further rough treatment this Friday night when they go to Green
Sports Program Cove Springs to play the St. Johns Reserve Fleet five. For the an-
chorage team recently defeated the Welch Army basketeers by a wider
Jim Anderson
By margin than did NAS Jax.
:Maybe your sports career has been confined to hide-and- The Fliers will not return to their home court until 1 February

seek or tiddly-winks. Maybe your spindly legs were mistakenfor when they play Pensacola here. They stay on the airlanes the first of

a bamboo pole when you took that first Navy physical, the week by playing at Camp LeJeune, N. C., Monday, and at Memphis -

or had the psychiatrist exam you as he did us at boot camp NATTC Wednesday.

to find out if such a freak of human flesh could actually be Bright spot of the past week third game in six starts when they

was the 51-40 shellacking the Fli- were outscored, 31-28, by the Flet-

human.Whatever your inclination to- ..' ers gave the Parris Island Ma- cher's Restaurant sextette of )
rines. The NAS cagers ended a Jacksonville in last Friday's pre-
the Physical
wards sports, ,
streak of the liminary. The WAVES go to Pen-
nine-game winning
ing department here at NAS Jax sacola to play a WAVES team
has ideas about you. They're going Islanders, who took their home de- there this Saturday, and face the -

to see to it that you have as feat rather hard. Billy MeDars and Daytona Beach Nurses at Daytona V. T. GOUGUZK, regular

much opportunity to participate in Joe Trosper really Fliers ahead.poured it on next Tuesday. Flier guard, played his last
and kept the Mumma of A&R: was high scorer game for the NAS Jax baske-
form of athletics do ,
some as you The Fliers jumped to a nearly
of Friday's game. She had 15 teers last Friday night against
to enlist in the regular Navy. And 12-4 lead over the Marines, but saw points against 14 for Yancey of Orlando. He went to the sep-
:we understand the latter is no the margin narrowed to 19-18 at Fletcher's. Mary Smith of last aratlontcenter the following day.
trouble these days. halftime. Soon after Intermission year's WAVES team, played for- "Vic," one of the small men of
But the "big man" up at PT l the Islanders took a onepointlead ward for Fletcher's, had nine the squad at five feet eight
but not for long as the Fliers points, as did Shirley Edge of inches, is from Detroit and attended -
-Comdr. W. P. McGuirk-says a U I forged to a 41-35 lead with eight NAS. Halftme score was 14-13 the University of Mich-

continuous sports program will be minutes of play left and forced favoring the Jax girls. igan.
offered personnel stationed here in the type of play they wanted in

the "Land of Flowers." Of _. closing out the game. DeMars,
course, held out of the Orlando game be- Swim Team Going To Palm
Comdr. McGuirk didn't .
say any- = cause of an injured foot, playedthe
thing about flowers. We've been entire game at Jarris Island

reading too many travel circulars. Honest, though, there ISa and dropped set shots in from all Beach For State AAU MeetThis

flower in the backyard plot of building 954. angles for nine field goals.
is entering a 13-man swimming team in
The of the Fliers was
The sports program will include one tournament after show in their sinking of nine out the Florida AAU champioships this week-end at the Palm

another, Comdr. McGuirk said Maybe there'll be more than of 10 charity throws, while Parris Beach Sun and Surf Club, Lt. Paul J. King, swimming instructor -
one tourney in the same sport in the same season, but that Island could only make good six .said yesterday.

doesn't matter because of the present turnover in personnel, points from the 14 fouls called on The Navy team carries little

:which is faster than Bruce Harlan doing a forward two-and- NAS. hope of winning an event exceptin
a-half somersault in tuck position from the springboard of Orlando AAB was no match for J Rain Eclipse I diving, where Bruce Harlen,
the indoor pool. the Fliers In their game played SpA)3c( ) will be favored. Harlanis
here last Friday. Coach S. Gees- The following is clipped from national junior champion and
This week is the bowling tournament. Next on the schedule will
man used every available player, the Whiting Field, Pensacola,, runner-up In last year's senior
be Squash, which sounds like something you eat but we are assuredis with the exception of injured De- newspaper: AAU finals.

actually somethng you play. Mars, in the 57-27 contest. Tommy A Lieutenant TO HIS PETTY Coach King said the NAS en-
So, if your golf score would< lookbetter Chitty of the B squad scored six OFFICER FIRST CLASS: trants are being made primarilyto
on a bowling line, if your Bowling Finals points in the last quarter. The "As you probably know, there obtain experience for his young
tennis results sound like somethingthat Army cagers attempted 17 field will be an eclipse of the sun tomor- -swimmers, whose competition has
happens on a park bench, or goals in the last half and connected row, which does not occur every been limited to high school and
if your swimming time would be Set For MondayFinals for only three. Joe Trosper day. Have the men on the bridge prep school before entering the
better in a foot race, you still made 19 points in three quartersto and spar decks at 0800 in working
should not be too outclassed in the in the station singles lead the -scoring. clothes. They will be able to see I. Navy.
tournaments being planned for bowling tournament will be held The NAS WAVES lost their this rare phenomena, and I will The team will leave Friday for
those muscles, the East Coast city. Several new-
NAS Jax. make the necessary explanations.If
Monday afternoon at 1700 on the
if you have any, and enter the it rains, there will be nothingto comers have strengthened the
competition with other would-be alleys in the Mainside Recreation see, and in that case let the squad, Including E. Cunney, Sic,
athletes. building. Sports men remain in the gun compart in the 100-yard free-style. Others

Champions from the enlisted ments."
AU of this muscle-tussle by men's, WAVES, and officers' tour- ProgramA THE PO Ic to the PO 2c: ,
servicemen is why many sports naments, being held this week, will "On recommendation of the The swim meet which was
writers are predicting a trem.) compete in the finals. Lieutenant, tomorrow at 0800 slated to bring the Pensacola
dons boom In American ath The enlisted men's tourney 12-team basketball league is there will be an eclipse of the sun, Navy lads to the Jax indoor
letics. They say those who started Monday night with 36 now under way for competition in in working clothes. The Lieutenantwill pool the past Tuesday eveningwas
haven't participated have watched contestants. War bond prizes are the Commandant's Trophy, and make the necessary explana- necessarily cancelled when
and the latter will be the being awarded to winners, and a I the A & R five jumped to an early tions to the bridge and spar decks, the visiting contingent was
spectators who flock to the grand prize of $50 will go to Mon- lead with three straight wins, but which does not occur every day. If "weathered in" at the West
games and contests.On day's winner new VSB teams also had a clean it rains there will be nothing to Florida station. According to
this, we do not agree. I slate. see, apd In that case the rare phe- NAS athletic department offi-
In sports like football, base- Play in the Admiral's Trophy nomena will take place in the gun cials, plans are under way to

ball, and golf )'esl! But you Colter Plays In league started Tuesday. Officers compartments." send the Jax team to Cherry
wouldn't be able to get up a will have games each day, except THE PO 2c to the PO 3c: Point, N. C., in February fora
from the at 0925. "By order of the Lieutenant, tomorrow triangular meet featuring the
gooc1 crap game spectators Monday, .
who turn out to some of Golf Tournament Results of 21 at 0800 there will be an Navy stars from Jax and Pen- \ )
as January were:
eclipse of the sun on the bridge sacola and the Point Marines.in .
the minor sports. Lt. Jack Colter COMMANDANT'S TROPHY decks In working clothes.
engineering officer Team W L Pet. and spar
of aircraft delivery 'unit, is A&R a 0 1.000 The Lieutenant will make the nec- this event will be J. McNally,
The old Scottish game Is spread- playing in the Jacksonville City VSB 2 0 1,000VSBae essary explanations in the gun S2c; A. Mushinsky, S2c; A. Ras-
ing in America, and we look to Golf Tournament and upset the de-' pow Guard 2 2 0 1 1.000.667 comparents on the rare phenomena mussen, ARM3c, and T. Duncan,
golf to become number one among fending champion in the second Communications 2 1 .667 if it should rain, which does SpA)3c.)
participation sports. round of play on the Jax Municipal Alrcrewmen 2 1 ,667AF'13 not occur every day." Entered in the 100-yard breast
Golf, like fishing, leaves plentyof course. 1 1 2 2 ...333tloathou.e ... THE PO 3c to the SEAMEN: stroke are R. Kremplewski, S2c;
room for Joe Doakes to tell Lt Colter downed Gordon Bullock Vlapenlar 1 2 .a33 "Tomorrow at 0800 the Lieutenant R. Coffman, Sic, and C. Herman,
John Brown just how good Joe 0&0 1 2 .333 will make an eclipse of the
last year's winner, to ad- PhM3c. Swimming 100-yard back-
0 I .000
always VM with the
Doakes really is. For there's in working clothes
vance into the third round. Suppl 0 4 ,000I sun stroke for NAS are T. Brown
that rim- If it should
that putt-for-par necessary explanations. AEM3c; P. Johnson, IIAlc, and P.
med the cup, or that low score un- TIGERS ARE CAGEY CAGERS rain, this rare phenomena will Jacquith, AMM3c.
til reaching the tough-luck hole. take place in the gun compartments -
._ .. Other than Bruce Harlan in div-
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alibis. You which does not occur every
Golf, too is open for ing is James Harnish, who took
can claim: a blister on your palmor day.
third In the recent meet with
big toe, too much wind, surf THE SEAMEN AMONG THEM- Cherry Point.Tennis .
too wet, surf too dry, someone SELVES: .
"Tomorrow at 0800 the sun on
spoke as you addressed the ball,I I
the ball moved, the rules are the spar deck will make an eclipse Match To
of the Lieutenant in the gun compartments
wrong, the course is lousy, and the
clubs and balls are no good. So. with the necessary ex-
you throw the ball away, break I planations. If it should rain, this I Be Played Here
and resign mem-, rare phenomena will take place in ,
the clubs your
working clothes which does not occur TheJthird tennis match between .
But can't quit golf
bership. you every day." I NAS Jax and Welch Convalescent '-. )
the bug bites. .
that easily-
I 4.a Hospital of Daytona Beach will be
( 91C rls 1118ts4x Robert D. Moore, former Uni- played here this Friday afternoon.The .
ALF JOINS PIRATES versity of Georgia athlete, has hospital netters won two
With Alfred W. Anderson recently signed as business manager of the previous matches with Jax, and
discharged from NAS Jax, Atlanta Southern Association will be favored to, repeat tomorrow -
the Pirates will have enough w Crackers. .
shortstops in camp to fill all nine a: '. I .,
positions on the team. The othersIn by Hal Newhouser, pitcher of the Baseball players training in
the fold are Frankie Gustine, Tigers, is calling on grocers these Florida this spring have been invited .
Pete Coscarart, Lee Handley, Billy -I L.4 i S. a days. lie recently obtained the to participate in a golf tour-

Cox, Iluck Geary, Vic Barnhart, ___._ ... ... .._ .,, agency for a refrigerated show nament to be held at Tampa in
-u- ---------- -- ------- --- ----- m tho exact dates be 'I
Frankie Zak and Jimmy Brown. I' case. February, to
)I TILE NAS TIGERS showed smooth form In their initial basket- e. fixed later

President Clark Griffith left ball game here last Wednesday with Lake City, whom they downed Tommy Bridges, Tiger pitcher, .
Washington 15 January for Orlan-I 3115. Baylor and C. Jones led the offensive. The squad is: (First has acquired a controlling Interestin Dick Wakefield has been released -
do to make preparations for the row) Williams. Rueben, Wright, Brown, Blacklemore; (Second row) the Lakeland club of the new from the Navy and will
opening of the Senators' spring Clark Butler Ware, Jones, James, Plastic; (Top, standing) Eason, I. Florida International League. The join the Tigers at their Lakelanu

{ camp and to get In some golf. 'tylor, Smith, Johnson, Jones, Williams. Detroit club will train at Lakeland. spring training camp.