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4-No. 56"< ., 5 September, 194tS

Headquarters of the Naval Air .Advanced Training Command

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SCHOOL BUSSES '. "' """-.w<;;< -r" t.?""!' ..ff 0'"' BARRACKS WILL
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From now until the end of) The Public Works Depart-

the school term, Motor Transit ment has just begun to re- ;
| condition the permanent barracks
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busses will transport children ti t k d+ r
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of NAS personnel to $8,000nd $10,000. I

and from their respective But the reconditioning i is

schools every school day. The I I I II I not a routine one which is I
bus bound for Lee High undertaken at periodic intervals I
School will leave from the I because of natural wear and I
Circle at Muslin[ Road and make tear. It was made necessary by I II
the route via Muslin Road, Roosevelt I I careless willful and malicious I
Boulevard, Lake Shore I'.oule- destructive practices on the part
vard LJayview Boulevard, (LakeShore I of some of the per onnel residing
School) San Jose Avenue, I in the barracks I
Roosevelt Boulevard and Park I I Most of the money will ba
Street. From there it will go I spent to replace broken windowpanes I II
onto Route: ."> to Remington: and I I to repair and replace I
McDuff within one block of Lee'' ,r"', ., : ...;., ,,." :....,. ...- ..t.... ... -" I screens, and to replace plumbing
High School. It will then go to THIS: RlR1) -EYR: ,'nof: the decommissioning ceremonies of the Personnel Separation Center fixtures And the damage is such
Post: and Acosta, within two I here was snapped by a photographer attached to the Stag >n Photo Lab. It shows some of the 313 persons I I that there i is no question of it
Mocks "of St. Paula School. The who were separated in conjunction with the formal deactivation of the center receiving their discharge I being accidental Screens have
bus wit arrive at the :Main date I certificate; Captain M. M. DeWolf, Commanding Officer ot the SepCen. is now assistant thief been slit cleanly with a knife or
at 0810, the Lake Shore Schoolat oi staft fur personnel for the Seventh Naval District. other sharp instruments in manyof j
0320.: at Park and Roosevelt at the wings: Plumbing fixture!
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0830, at. Remington and McDuff which disappeared regularly!: certainly
at 08 J r.0310, at Post and Acosta at : Captain Brady Calls On Division Officers And Chief selves. didn't walk off by them

The bus going to St. Paul's Another major expense will ,Iw
School will leave the Circle at Pettv Officers To Guide -Newcomers. In The Navv the replacement of light bulb<
0800 and go by way of :Muslin This doesn't mean bulbs which
Road, Yorktown Avenue, Roosevelt '1 "With so many young and new -- -- have burned out but those which
Boulevard, Lake Shore Boulevard men on board, division officers --the responsibility of have been removed from their
Bay view Uoulevard (LakeShore should guide, indoctrinate, and instruct their charge. I I sockets.
School), San Juan Avenue, i I them in their military duties I I After a careful I I I In many of the wings, entire
and Horschfl Street. From there and impress upon them the I screens have been removed and
It will switch to Route 3 to Park value of a clean military record." I II 1 I tain Brady made note left on the ground to rust, ant !
and :McDuff, within three blocksof 1 I These words came from the office that the division officers : eventually] to be carted off to the \
Lee H'gh' School and then to of the Commanding Officer, petty officers were not I I dump. Fences have been torn up.
St. Paul's School. This bus will Captain A. R. Brady last week on '' sufficient time I nnd grounds which were once J
arrive at the :Man Gate at 0815, ''I the supervision of enlisted per- men at work. Every I landscaped; with smooth green
at Lake Shore School at 0825, at ''I sonnel. It was emphasized that division said, must be made to lawns have been ruined.
!\kI1ut'f and Park at 08-15, and at officers and chief petty offIcers safety precautions are It was understood that unless
( nlonued on Page! have a grave responsibility this can only be |I Continued on t'age 3.

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(. EXAMPLES: : : OF TILE DKLIIJKICATK: AM WILLFUL damage done window pane-typical of hundreds which must be replaced every month. AnotherIn
example of how costly and almost Irreplaceable screens are ruined is shown at the
left hand
and around the permanent barracks are pictured above The upper photo
lower right. The screen has been removed and left to rust so that entry to( the bar
shows where the fence has been torn down and a path has been worj in the grass by racks may made through the window. Note the scuff marks on the outside bulk
driving automobiles alongside the barracks A screen ripped loose from the window head beneathbe the sill, and the piece of pipe driven into the ground u a stepping
frame Is shown at the upper right. In the picture at the lower left Is a broken stone.or .



Page Two JAX AIR 5 September, 1946

. FUTURE OFFICERS BIT BEACH -Hospital I Leave Policy Changed By New

ChatterBY I Act; Travel Time Not AllowedOnly .

types of )leave not chargeable against accrued leave undo
JOHNNY JOHN80V, l'bMlc the new Armed Forces Leave Act are leave recommended by a medical
officer, sick leave, convalescent] ]f'a'eea'e granted to repatriate
Donald Davis the OR Corpsman, prisoners of war and liberty of 72 hours or less. No travel time shall
has just returned from' a 15-day be allowed in conjunction with ]leave.
leave He sure paints a sad picture Alnav 467-46 (NDB, 31 August) was issued' to clarify the Navy's
of civilian life, no food, no administration of the new public
clothes, and lots of high prices. civilian !life law.
Maybe the ole Navy life isn't too Chargeable against a ne-rvioeN
He' DD enjoys -
bad alter hope
j his stay here more now, since Get hep, all you guys and gals! man's accrued ]leave are annual,
I he has seen the complexities of Dance instruction is going Miong.every routine rehabilitation, emergency,
-- -----" advance, special, recruit, embarkation :
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}with everything from rockets ,1 Hall at 1A30ayMr.gBennetthrepresentati and rt'enlistment'tf] < arid
1,800 per minute) to 3-inch-50s ;a from none other than 'delay en route to count as leave
I and 5-inch-38s. No troops were i Arthur Murray's, will be on handto I Reenlistment or extension have
t landed on the beach: during the polish up that form and those earned since 8 Sept. 1939 but not
&sault." i steps. Rhumba ]lessons will be yet taken and ]leave promised Allan
given through September 10th. inducement to remain active
On Able-plus-seven day, the Cadets on
and Middies took part in the Then the Samba will take over duty since 8 Sept. 1P39 but rIOttaE'n
___no__________ i landing i sending six waves onto So let's make a date for dancing shall be charged: when
"Red Beach" at Little Creek. The Tuesday nights taken, against leave accruing under
Middies And Cadets
sky was overcast, however, and I the new act.
all planes were grounded. Fire Have you fI::; the new watch I All personnel' may accrue ]leaveon
Join In Amphibious support from the ships was the list which has been started for all I the basis of o-and-one-rialf .
only support the troops had. Pie-Med reserves ? "Two-Ton" days per month ot active service
Practice OperationABOARD Detonation of water and land : Childs has been designated "Dispatch under the new act, however leave
mines and the roar of a flame Watch It seems that the may not accrue during periods of
ADMIRAL BAR. 1 thrower lent a realistic touch to few Reserves left will. never give AWOL AOL and confinement liSa
BEY'S FLAGSHIP NORFOLK, the landing. up hope of going home, result of court-martial sentence.'
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VA. iSEAl-) Midshipmen drove I
their landing craft through the i For the third operation, a land Uncle] JE'd's Jamboree, featuringthe : needing it yourself one of these
surf off Virginia beaches, Cadetsof ing in the surf at Camp Pendleton, Florida Saddle Pals highlights days
West Point, ]led by combat-wise the alt support was in evidence, 'the Red Cross party in the Rec -
Marines, stormed ashore in the n.' Hellcats Helldlvers, and Avengers Hall tonight- at 1930 We hear I Big dance of the* n1flnth not
first joint amphibious practice operation ; dive-bombed, glidebombedand there will be a good old-fashioned Tuesday night, September 10th.
in history ,between Annapolis strafed the beach while Marines session of square dancing after the Music by Malnside Band, Rainbow
and West Point. The second and Cadets came ashore in program. hostesses, and refreshment 000-
classes] of the United States Naval Forreotal another six waves The Middies '
StcXav and Admiral
and Military Academies sent 440 Harbf '. confined their duties to commanding I Field] days ate taking an awful 2230.'e
Midshipmen and 315 Cadets to I ) the landing craft and observing toll of the staff these days.!' The
take part in the exercises, labeled I landings of the Cadets and latest casualty is Ensign A. I. I have heard several questions!
Operation Camid for Cadet.Mid.flhirmE'n Marines. who 'asked lately about the special! lib
troop and ship sides of amphibious Miller lof EENT fame)
). SecNav James Forrestal cperations. Demonstrations dealt All three assaults went off with slipped on wet wax last Thursday. erty request submitted by Nell' La-
witnessed the exercise out mishap and on schedule. We hear that a doctor at Cecil gow, PhMlc. Her reason for Uiliberty
with small\] craft, the importance "
handling stated "To
The operation, extending over a Vice Admiral Daniel E Barbey, Field] would be interested in such get married
period of two weeks in the Chesapeake of naval fire support, air ComPhibLant, in complete charge a case. Is that true, Miss Miller? I However she returned without a
Ba '.Norfolk area, was composed support and communications. of the operation, told the SEA dark, tall, handsome man. The
of lectures, demonstrations, Underwater Demolition Correspondent in an interview I Scoop of the week! Kittens latest dope we hear is of the won
practice assaults and a day-long] Demonstrations hit the high aboard his flagship, the USS Ca- born in the Red Cross Movie Projector derful time she had at Daytona,
(cruise for the future officers. The pcint with an exhibition of underwater toctin (AGC-5)) : "This exercise accomplished cart! K. W Degner, Sic, Beach. Maybe Alton Blair .could
training exercises were highlighted demolition by Underwater two objectives It of Ward A-7 made the unusual explain this one.
by, three separate' assault landings Demolition Team No. 2, a group of passed on recent techniques of 'discovery as he stalled to set up
; on the beaches of Bloods- 50 combat veterans who had amphibious warfare to our future the 16mm movie for a ward last That smile on the face of Lt.
worth Island ((90 miles north of learned their job the hard way. officers, and it provided an opportunity week. The patients have adopted (jg) J. Brown these' days, baa avery
Norfolk ), Little Creek ((13 miles In the initial landings, the Second of practical coordination be..:1 them and report that the little good reason for being there
__ north of Norfolk, and Camp Pen- Battalion of the First Special tween the services" ones are doing very nicely lie was joined this past week l>y
dlrton (near Little Creek). Marine Brigade of Camp LeJeune, SecNav James Fouestal] said I his wife and three daughters from
Cadets and Middies got to know N. C. disembarked from LSMs "The Cadets and Midshipmen did I From all reports: Lude Gillespie, Washington, D. C. Everyone extends
each other by learning together, and LSTs and proceeded to within an excellent job," The Secretary maid of honor at her sister's wedding I a hearty welcome to the
studying tcgether, working to. 100 yards of "Blue Beach" on favored future joint amphibious last week, looked as ]lovelyas Browns, who are making their
t'ther and "fighting" together- 'Bloodsworth Island, while Naval operations for the two service the bride. Hold on to that home here on the compound, in
Lectures were devoted to both. the ships pummelled the assault area schools] beautiful] dress Lude You]11! be Quarters No. 7
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VETERANS FLOCKED TO THE FIRST SALE here ]last Thursday by the War i offered for sale] Upper right: A vet gets his papers checked at the certification desk
Assets Administration of Navy Surplus property. Although jeeps, automobiles', and I prior to receiving a: booklet listing the surplus] itema. Lower left Shephard S.
trucks were not among the items offered the veterans found many things they (.oud.] Averitt, Deputy Regional Director, General Consumer Goods, WAA, looks on i* Con-
use fn their business and homes. Vets had priority in the "On-the-Site" sale, with gressman Emory Price examinee a piece of steel tubing. Lower right: Lee Valade,
the Reconstruction Finance" Corporation, state and municipal governments, non-profit, administrative assistant, point out same of the paint which has been declared surplus
institution, and non-priority buyers following in that order. Upper left: A. long line of I and wa up for sale The WAA occupies! the space formerly used by the POY Com
veterans! waits outside the entrance to the building housing samples of the materials pound.r .

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5 September, 1946 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three j jI jj


I MAS To Stage Fight

j I. Card For YMCA Fund I

I At Jax Ball Park Is P1AINSIOE 1 I

Itoxinff returned to the i

I Naval Air Station .port picture .
i. this week when Lt. I

I Comdr. Anthony J. Rubin, AMUSE ENT .

heard of the I'hyslcal Training ';lt f!
l Welfare
i.I < : Department an. 1
noumed that a boxing oard

will be put on at the JatkMiKiivllle y

[ ballpark 84 September.

The card, under the ponHorthlp I\
I of NAS will feature -

,! boxer from the Air Station :i
and vtill" make for a I

I II worthwhile, evening of entertainment. __

II The arrangement. committeeexpnH MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

I 5,01)0 ticket tA) bo

. Mold for the dhow, and all the 1IIUIOUVY

I Between scenes of Walter Wanger's Technicolor "Nifht In Para- pr building deeds; will fund.go to All the I*YMCA well "WILD BEAUTY", with D. Porter Shows at 1730 and 2000I'KIDAY .

dtss. tarring: Merle Oberon and Turhan Bey, curvaceous Kerry around the station the>
Vaughn relaxed In the arms of Aphrodite on a Universal studio sound YMCA known ,. been conducting a "DEAD OF NIGHT", with M Redgrave Shows at 1730 and 2000.
stage. Kerry, who plays a slave girl In the court of King' Croesus In finance a new buildIng SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
1 ,,530 B.C., is a glamor girl in the film and being unashamed of her own drive here to/ In Jacksonville and "NOTORIOUS", starring Cary Grant. Shows, at 143D, 1730 and

natural charms, was ,not overawed by beauties of the 2000
statuesque 01
card 1 a part
this boxing *
; gudiass of hve.I MONDAY

.I. _._ __ __ ---- the Air Station' campaign fellow,U* "THRILL OF BRAZIL", featuring Evelyn Keyes. Shows at 1730 1
help wut. A lot of the and 2000.
'SHIPWREC0 DANCE TO In er\lce) have been' able tA,
I Vandalism TU1'>: DVY AND WEDNESDAY '

BE HELD AT 'O1 CLUB II thank the YMCA; for a ot K.)01d coffw. "MR. ACE", starring George Raft. Shows at 1730 and 2000.
Continued from Page/ 1. night' sleep! l tlr a cup TIIUICSDVY
Dean Hudson 1'he"Y" hay helped a
and his .
"COWBOY BLUES", with J. Donnell. Shows at 1730 and 2000. I
will play at a gala Shipwreck this needless destruction ceasesat many of its at one time or

Masquerade' Dance at the "O" club once, those apprehended will another, and all liquids will STUDENT OFFICERS j

on It September The 'dance will be charged and placed on trial for want t<, bM'k this project tn>

s be from 2100 to 0100, and dinner damage to Government the limit
will be served from 1800 to 2000.I .tli eady the drive ha receie -
Repair and replacement of this IIf large "TIME OF THEIR LIVES", starring Abbott, and C( tello. Show at
No t the support
admission will be charged for <
equipment at is
present doubly 2000.
members and their but I number of >/A. l..r6o' ,
guests, difficult, for not only I is a good, SUNDAY

there will be a special dinner deal of the material unobtainable military and Main-tide civilian. "DEAD OF NIGHT", with M. Redgrave. Show at 2000 only.
menu at two dollars Contribution*
per plate by today but furds available for
I the $:,.\OO
reservation only.A alone are nearing
maintenance are not sufficient to starring Cary Grant. Show at 2000 only
special highlight of the eve I cover the cost of repair ng this mark. V> EDNIDAY:
ning.will be the awarding of prizes I --- ----
careless and willful damage. I "THRILL OF BRAZIL", featuring Evelyn Keyes. Show at 2000
to the best male and female
Personnel: will not be permitted Commercial only.
costumes No one In uniform will : I F '
to continue this destruction and I 11IUKS.DAY.

/ be admitted.Sign . I barracks officers and ma
arms will he on the lookout for the I .

In the mess hall "If the 1 guilty parties. Discipline and punishment )ItulMln will be accepted Ullull) OTHER EVENTS
steak Is too tough, get out. This for those caught will be but later
space has been filled no I KINGO 1"-\ltTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage. .
tang place for well It lings. I swift and
severe. I i 1000. .I'II......, V.. Ert. 82J.: .
t tan -- -" ATHLETIC GEAIl-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and

Bob Cronk's CROSSWORD :PUZZLER i-OK SALE radio anlniionogitipn Mustln Road. 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, top-

cabinet mouel set combination complete with wldaasoilinent sine Bldg. '726, 0800-1700 on work days.

1 2 ::3 4 ot lecoid Llvlnn room :MODEL: AIRPLANE SHOf-Rear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400

kitchen und three bedroom lurnlsrt- daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
Ings including bookcase. end
12I 13 14I ana liulUenldi inquire' at lH.\: nOWI.ISG-Slx alleys located in :Malnside Recreation Building
; Hancock street NAsBil I No 3. Alleys from 1630-2130 1700-
open Mondays through Fridays;
>y'. bed. with nittttr..... high curuagi :
Saturdays and Sundays.
I lan 1105 .
I evii-way
15 t 1 1? 18 19 20 I Koa.l Mr. J. O. Melnu. AIt.ta"1 BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.

1 baby l iitrimg, M.uumml, NA.flaw ( Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mauu>ide Mat after
talus: Randolph|
r 23 24 Bluer use mid eue-halt I stripes use JJ.iinaily 1500.
: : nrw. !'rlc" $20 call bx: n. IInJ
.' VINMDE LOUNGE Formerly the Reception Center, located in
...k lor huiilaut swvn inOm
lieutenant aviation 1 mown suit very the South wing of Building No. 935, Is open to NAS personnel and
25 2 27 I tf..>,.l ronlitiou, $30.:;> Main .mil with llnI their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep-
i I ins *lt. Two Kill* of white in g ski with
tions by arrangement Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
i.oiiUiiuii, "..< >i $>. SViimt 4i: : Paste :3Ji :
:SJ I nograph available for use of all hand.
$ 3 30 31 32 33
Two utnliouni suite a, uu" dining< room > I.IUn.-\ItV-Located
on second deck of Malnside Recreation Build-
*uit., oi<' bumlxxj porch not, au I "n .ubiiiMt, "Ie. Will lw itliowt-d tit I ;ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
36 35 373B HM<. H4.: Cull Kxt.; .tfJtl i from: 0800 to 1630.S'IIMINO .
stuJ..b"k..r t.omm."J..r: tat .Jwr
1925 I '
: Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming
sedan. lit gel ( Slay b' react eve- i
: 39 40 41 /2 num. and: on work dud at :DMtIB Clihlw I I' 18002100. Outdoor schedule, Mon-Fri. 0300-1900. Sat. 10001900.Sun. .
IVwcy Park. I'hi.( FuckarJ I ; 1200-1900
Oar giibaidnie, grvy uniform blouse kite '
in. 1..1111&, :K t-xl!: 4.25. C'h"|ilainMmmwr GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sunday .
43 44 45 i, <. from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
J rums of ruruilure: living loom tail. I\trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
t>u" iMtlriMin suite. "kitihau' sat. including \ I '
47 49 0 1 ilialio and cooking uleii.iU. folding I .\'IiCIIOR.\GE-Open: daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
!bahy! carriage I baby (esker. and other ,rrdj and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
bibs fut'ltture. &vvvn tuba >iI..rlu/l..I| :Field.

1 53 54 radiot'h'ey': TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
khaki mil white
fantd' uniioim..ipe .)t. nhirtA grey li1., coata al:!. bubt t :ing Building No. 726, and also on :Mat area (corner of Mustin and

jtftl to dmihargo Chief Prinee. 1JI7BUauduluh Yorktown Roads).
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U:!-Station tab 4-Trap Hlu anU whiu utriiMU bug in Uurrackit Y b5b
{garden t equal quantity happy bane If keep him,
containing clothing and you
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15-Anilaln-raft/ < >'m.) 7 Kvenly; spread Nice, an ancient l ldl rou ItiNTTwo : om you hate taken hint from. .
( )) 4t>-Not manyW 8-Mjlt bevera5e Lily of Asia Ml nvmiH, "kitchen privilege, JOoJ Uollwmi.1 "or' I
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: :31-: Route (ab) 19 Hate solid form piofessoi. veterinarian oan remove it-
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a :17-Elevated train 54 Consumed never knew what it was you
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"lin'J" 6J:!-Deoutantennil 21i-Phtt'e 57-Hound (ab) to kiss a girl till I met your moth bring him bark home to the \l-
35-AatI'lalt ( ) ;J9-"Fieiuh for" :S'J\ -A bone er Will you be able to tell your rlnilv 01 1009 lUrln Street,
Freer (tab, 5.1: -('onipu* point nummer Bl-Ihieo toed3i son' the same *
:iCt-SletJmllhlll lab) tH-The Iwal poultloii )-Any liquid prokloth NAN.VV. y
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musical, "Hest of friendhas
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y .
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.;; t'I /, In the grammar class, one day,
I the teacher wrote on the black-
H '
d'rJ' board: "I didnt have no fun at

p7 \k kr .-. the seaside"

\ I Then she turned around to her

; It pupils and said to one: "Roland,
1 how should I correct that ?"

eo- I "Get a boy friend" he arwwered.

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to I t., ....w : Sailor: "I want a ticket for Vir-

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Editorial!: Office

South Wing, Loner Deck, Bldg. 930releplioue mews a dViews f rntnStnt
Extension!: 8542

Arthur SI. Greene, Editor: t)
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no
expense to the government and in compliance with "
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 :May 1015. Copiesare CHRISTIAN COOPERATIONOne 115MOKINi
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, of the first fundamentals taught in
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train-
the early Christian Church was that of co
ing Command,
Headquarters of the Seventh Naval k )
District. Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil :Field, operation. It was absolutely imperative that -- (
the Naval Air Gunners' School and the U. S. Naval
Hospital each member of the small group, which was

Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davlnon the nucleus of the church, do his or her jobas
Commandant, Seventh Naval District
Chief: of Naval Air Advanced Training a member of an important organization.The .

Captain Anthony ft. Brady, U'SN, Commanding job was important, so each man had to
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
do his share of the job well. Time was valu- _
Curtain Naval Howard Air Technical V. Hopkins Training, X7SN Commanding Center able, so each job had to be done promptly.The .

group was not blessed with public favor, c /ir1Q
Captain Robert M. Gillett i (MC), USN. Commanding
each had to do than askedof
U. S. Naval HospitalIt so man more was i
him and do it in a spirit of cheerfulnessand

Col. Alexander: A.Marine Vandeg-rlft.Barracks Jr., USMC Commanding hope.. Not all jobs were pleasant, but

they were considered essential to the growthand ,
Captain Naval R. R.Air Briner Gunnery, USN.Rang Commanding efficiency of the entire church. t)

Commander Howard E. Born, USN, Commanding I This spirit of cooperation was not limitedto < S IIi
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil I leld the organization of the church. A Chris- f t, s

Capt. Albert Williams. USMCR tian was urged to render allegiance and loy- "
"Can't boys read?
Marine Aviation Detachment you
alty wherever it was due.
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The JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Association ma. Our failure in the Navy will
success or
terlal. Republication/ of credited
matter prohibited without SchedulesContinued
permission of SEA. Washington 26. D. C. Republication/ of any be determined by our willingness to cooper- I BOOK SHELF I
other matter
except by service publications It prohibited
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. ate in our organization. This spirit of work- from Page 1.

ing well alongside of others is essential to a the school at 0850. The school

good Navy. The qualifications which de- WILDERNESS ADVENTUREby children will be picked up bothon

No Mood For Reality termine success or failure in the Navy are story Elizabeth of the colonial Page period is a pioneer in Am- and off the station at the regular -

usually no different from those which are erica. Five men set out from Vir- bus stops and shelters. Both

Few.people, as they lolled on beaches, necessary in any other important organization. ginia to find a young girl who buses will follow the same route
relaxed in their homes, toured in their auto- \V e will do well to remember that fact had been captured by the Indians. after school, but will not go to
mobiles or otherwise enjoyed themselves Challenging the wilderness, the Indians the Circle. All children going in
man's is The
((1)) Every job important and t.he. French in pursuit
over the Labor Day week-end, gave a person who feels his job is not important will 01 their: goal, they are earned as that direction can transfer to
thought to the fact that it was the first not do an important job. Jesus was empha- far as England during the exciting station buses at the corner of
anniversary of the days of the French and Englishwar Mustin Road and Yorktown. The
signing of the
uncon- sizing the importance of a door-servant's task of 1745.Another :>. bus leaving Lee H'gh School departs -
ditional surrender documents by the Japanese when he bathed His disciples' feet. Every at 1530, while the bus from
historical novel about
aboard the USS Missouri. St. Paul's leaves at 1450. Both
task; in an important organization is an im- this country THE UNTERRIFIEDby

Bent on having a good time, the averAge portant task. Every man who performs sucha Constance Robertson, takes the buses Lee go bus by Lake going Shore at 1520 School and

American was in no mood to evaluate task is an important man in the organization. place at the time of the Civil War. the St. Paul bus at 1550.
.. The author has written a gripping
what had happened during the past year story of a group of Northernerswho Small children vho get out of
whether we were nearer or farther from ((2)) Every man's time is important! This hated Abraham Lincoln. This St. Paul's at noon may either

the enduring peace which he had fought for fact is as true today as ever before. Our story of the North divided against catch the Lake the regular Shore bus station from bus the or

And still sought.Mr. world is in a state of transition and change. Itself has its basis in solid fact'acts school at 1205, and the children
which dramatic
Citizen was tired He cared little Our own Navy is undergoing transition. This I make popular are reading.For enoughto from the Venetia school may

bout the progress of the peace conferencein means, naturally, that each job must be han- those of you who have been catch 104th the Street regular and Roosevelt station bus Boulevard at-

Paris, the occupation of Japan, civil war dled as it comes up. Changes are no longer reading the MEN OF GOOD WILL at 1225. If the parents do
in the Philippines, rioting in India, the made slowly enough for us to take a breatherand series of books by Jules Remains, not wish to avail themselves of
Palestine then catch at later the thirteenth volume has just this service they will have te
problem, civil strife in China, and up a date. Decisions been
published. Entitled ESCAPEIN make' their arrangements for
the resumption of selective service. About have to be made and carried out promptly. PASSION, it deals with the transportation own of their: children.

s the only thing that had startled him out This is true of organizations as large as nations fateful year of 1933 and carrieson School bus tickets will be on
of his lethargy in recent weeks was the and as small as our homes. Since this the story of the two principal sale at the housing office, BIdg.
is true it is characters of the previous books. 1050 from 0830 to 1600 Monday
shooting down of American planes by the imperative that each of us as
If you like Thorne Smith's kindof and five
through Friday at ten
under Marshall Tito. individuals must be alert and
Jugoslavs devoutly re-
humor, you should like this one: cents per ticket. These ticket
Even the commotion about OPA and sponsive to our separate duties. We must EVE'S SECOND APPLE by Barn- will only be honored on schooldays
the decisions of the control board about not leave our daily task with unfinished busi- aby Dogbolt. It is a combinationof on the school buses.

which items would again be under ceilings ness on our desks or unnecessary dirt on our entertain.satire and humor guaranteed to To pick up the children for the
Venetia School the Duval County
failed to dull his enjoyment of this long decks. The decisions and tasks we fail to
Erie Stanley Gardner is still School Bus will leave the Circle,
week-end. Rising prices, scarcities, and make or carry out will be made or carried out producing a steady flow of good Must'n! Road at 0815 and Dewey

,, other complex problems had not prevented without us. mystery stories, his latest being Park at 0840 The bus will leave

President Truman from dropping everything ((3)) Every man's task is important (to his MULE.THE CASE A OF good THE Job BACKWARD of character the bring school the children when it first closes to and the

t and taking a three-week cruise, they fellow worker. One poor job has a tendency drawing and mystification is done station and then go back for chil-
'' reasoned, so why couldn't they afford tot to: make the entire job look bad. Every man by Lucy Cores in LET'S KILL dren living in Dewey Park. The

get away from it all for just a few days.In must do his job well to make his organization GEORGE. For a fast and color- bus which comes on the station
will start at the Circle and -
ful proceed
mystery yarn, try BENEFIT
the long run, it was probably a function with full efficiency. One indi- PERFORMANCE by Richard Sale. to the North Gate via Mus-
good thing. When they came back Tuesday vidual who is lazy or indifferent will add to Among the new westerns are tin, Yorktown, Hancock, and

morning, refreshed in mind and body, the the; load his co-workers are carrying. We areresppns'ible MOUNTAIN RIDERS by Max Arbermarle. .\
cobwebs erased from the corners of their for the success or failure of oth- Brand, SHADOW OF THE BAD- .,
L in reality better able to ers in our organization. We will do well to LANDS by E. E. Halleran, and
they were, CORONER CREEK by Luke Short. Air Mail Rate Down
tackle these problems as they related to remember the importance of three things: Those of you who are interested
them. They were ready to absorb all the ((1)) Our job. in sports will get plenty of chuc- To 5 Cents On 1 Oct.

t facts, to weigh, consider, accept, and discard. ((2)) Our time. kles BRING out THAT of the UP!book Sub.titled DON'T (SEA) Five cents an ounce
Their apparent lack of concern had been a "Skeletons in the will be the new domestic air mall
t ((3)) Our fellow-laborers. Sports Closet", rate effective 1 October. The rate
stimulative tonic, and they were now able it is a collection of embarrassing
Chaplain Robert L. Stamper. formerly was eight cents an ounce,
) to roll up their sleeves and go to work. athletic moments personalities which certain well-known Tho Postmaster General issued

J. A year had passed since the Japs tossed would rather forget. and Warren teams an order setting the rate of five .

in the sponge officially. Some concrete work arisen from all corners regarding.the actions Brown has written the history of cents an ounce for air mail between -

had been done to further the cause of of recently arrived "Boots" visiting addicts THE CHICAGO CUBS which all bers all U. S.armed territory forces and.abroad mem-,

:, lasting peace in that time-but we were the lounge. I say "Boots" because no other of baseball should enjoy. The forme rate was six cents a

: still far from that shining goal. Betweennow name would fit. Up until now, these criti- Boston, Mass. (SEA) Testimony half ounce.
and the next anniversary of that historic cisms have gone unheeded, and those that her husband brought

1, capitulation lies a year which can "Boots" continue to display ungentlemanlyactions along three other couples on their illini nrSrruttF.6

mean the achievement of that citadel, or in the lounge. They seem to haveno honeymoon night and spent his wedding
complete failure. Let us fervently pray that regard or appreciation for those who divorce for Dr. Ethel rummy Goldstein won a ,At this time we are on the right track have worked hard and earnestly to makeit Drake. Road and Mastin Avenue

outstanding.I Prctestant
(Answer to Today' Puzzle) 0780-Holy Communion Chaplain
think that it is about time that fel- W. R. Stevenson -t)
lows be LE LA 09SO-NATTC Service ChspUm E. W
I' Letters To The Editor sternly reminded that vulgarity, Andrews. -
disorderly conduct and
untidiness are not 704S-Divine. SorTlcei-Chaplain ff. It.
: : Dear Editor: characteristics of a sailor. And if such traits A. ODE I Stevenson.
continue it will be MART TOE PET Divine Services far Cc-Ured Ftrs nnliBtildinc
degrading not only the
I arrived at
t '. Ever since the day the Mainside sailor himself, but also this base and its RE BETTER 1430---Charlaln! R. 1.. St nvpr,
;. this base, I have regarded personnel. SEE I HELEN
:." Lounge as my second home. A place for Why can't all of make E T P U
i ,. entertainment and relaxation. The hostesses us up our 0900-Mass.
. Tr have been only too kind in their efforts make this our home and treat it as such? E N PIN R T STA 1100 Mass.
there I I believe An Outdoor Nursery for small chlldr -
that it will beneficialand I .R ER TO
I prove very .
to make us feel at am sure n im maintained between 1080
with the lounge worth while for all of us in the long A I SEGO and 1200.Weekday.
acquainted .
that everyone ..
Relitlooi SnI.
; will agree that they have done their utmost run! RTE A.DE MAN Jewish HellI... Brvlc and
-A Disgusted Navy :Man. I L NOT MAIL Fellowship Hoar
il o please us. 1809-Friday 1* th email Chapel.r .
For the past week or so, criticism has II. B.:, K. (U. S. N.) B S E SIT i


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.' 4 gyp. W f S Skilled workers in eleven production classifications are

still urgently needed for immediate employment here at

_____ the Jacksonville Naval Air Station. More than 500 vacanciesin

\' ________ I Civil Service positions await persons who can meet the

{ requirements.Ailraft; Mechanic., General.. Radio :Mechanic, and
I --
Metalsmith (Aviation), each requiring -

three years' exper ence, INSIDE
pay $1,32 an hour. Aircraft In-

& strument Mechanic Electroplater,
: ( ,. and Aircraft Mechanic Ordnance, PUBLIC WORKSBy
each requiring four years' experience -
and Electr'clan (Aviation), OLIVE FLEMINGI
needing four years as electricianwith saw Virginia Walpole this
one year on aircraft work, morning and, with tears in her
.: also receive $t.:12:: an hour. eyes and a quiver in her voice, she

't"'t"'f < Aircraft Fabric Workers with I pleadingly asked me to attempt to

,...'. two years' experience as fabricor relay the Public Works gossip on
canvas workers receive $1.02an I to you.

Aircraft MechanIc Per usual, Maintenance is full
\ Genera Helpers, Aircraft of excitement this week. Mr. and
Instrument :Mechanic, and Helpers Mrs. Bob James, better known as
F ,4;: Metalsmith are pa'd 81 cents per Sue and Bob to us, are leaving to-
if .1. hour providing they have spentone day for Iowa. Bob's going to en
\i \ .2 ; ." : t',' year assisting a journeymanin ter Iowa State College, a'nd we
, the trade. wonder how the corn-fed state is

All NAS personnel are urgedto attracting our Florida boy. Mary
f..m; OJ I contact their friends who meet Rogers is transferring from the
; the requirements for the above Separation: Center to take Sue's
J i ANOTHER GROUP OF A&K: employees received checks last week from Captain Braxton Rhodes, groups and have them apply in place.,

A&R officer, for their Beneficial Suggestions, proving: again that ideas pay off. Pictured above, left to person at the Employment Office Flash: Maintenance has done it
right are H. E. Norton L. J. Farlow, C. C. Fhlfer F. F. Ackerly and Captain Rhodes; front row: J. T. Building 450, or to see James G. again. Yep, a new baby was born
Stuart, J. G. Turberville, W. W. McCullough, J. P. Dekle, J T. King Norton J. Richey I. Rosenblatt Scott at the U. S. Employment to Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth, and I

and W. H. Nelson, who were the lucky winners. Service office 10 East Bay Street. hear every one in the Typewriter
can be ob-
Shop gets a daily report on the
tained at either

< brrr 27.t7$ -:: SUPPLY Out-of-town residents place. are reQuested baby's Have progress you noticed from that gray

to mail Civil Service Form hair Don Woods, our chief clerkis
60, obtainable at most first and
sporting? It all came about
J -=-- AROU cj sALe S second class post offices to the with that birthday of his on 28
Board of Civil Service Examiners,
HOA&Rnouts .. August, when he received a new
Float Diviblon by Gloria V. Building 450 NAS Jacksonville. rod and reel.. Don't be surprised

Psota-We welcome into our Plant whenever or wherever you see Don
Division Mary L. Daniel who has to enter the University of sites, water and electricity are out fishing, because I hear he's
been assigned as Harry Sauer's Florida. We wish all these peo- free to everyone. Nothing is itching to try it out.
secretary. ple much success. BY CLARA E. SPEEK bought or sold on the grounds. Herschell Lee, better known to

i We are also glad to have in the Ruth Brooks returned Tuesdayto At fifteen minutes before clos- About half a dozen camps furnish some of us as "Curley" is now
Plant Division office Claude C. resume her duties as supervisorof ing time on September 3rd, the the most delightful and boun- shouting for it to rain. He has
Starr, John B. Hofmann and E. J. the Time Section. She was very editor of the Jax Air News calledto tiful meals imaginable, all in rustic finished putting the roof on his
McClellan. much missed while away and we say he had receiver no Supply camp sites under pavilions with house, and plans on celebrating the
Chief Leland H. Bryson has are glad to see her back. Sallies column for the September5th I I tables and benches. Some camps first rainy night. Being a Florida
been assigned as the new super- Even with all the check-outs, we issue. He asked if I could get 'cook in wood ranges or in Rebel, I could never admit that the
visor of all tool rooms in the A&R were blessed with four new em- him a column the first thing in brick fireplaces, while others use California rain has overtaken us.

1 Department. ployees: Johnnie O'Grady, Bill the morning. It was an S.O.S. call, i more primitive methods of iron That's about all the news for
Beverly Crouch has gone on her Nelson and Robert Simms, who and I told him I would try to I lids on top of the pots. Some have this week and I promise you that
two weeks )leave to Washington, transferred from Separation Cen- hustle up something.I i great big iron pots over hot ashes Virginia will be back next week.
D. C., and Baltimore, Maryland ter, and Vera Gaulden from Indus had just returned to work today I and hot ashes placed on iron lids ----
I, to visit friends and relatives. trial Relations. We welcome all from a five-week vacation and I on top" of the pots. Some have

Engineering Division by Fred these new employees to our happy hadn't time to contact any of my I great big iron pots hanging on tri- MILDRED GOLDEN NAMEDTO
E,* Clyne-Don't forget the big en- group. scribes for news. All I know is pods from a rod over a huge blaz-
gineering party. The limit is one eOn about my own trip, so maybe you ing fire Most of them have large A&R SHOP COMMITTEE

hundred ((100) people. There will vacation at this time we won't mind this one time if I write barbecue pits, from which are
be refreshments, music and, of have "The Sleuth" Tracy. In a some things I've done since my wafted the most tantalizing odorsof Mildred E. Golden, who received
husband and I took off East- barbecued beef lamb. the fourth highest number of votes
couple of weeks, Tracy, you can on an or
1 course, costumes and a big floor in the
show. The place will be "Timber come back and recuperate. Some ern Air Lines plane on July 26th All the, work is performed by election of August 5, was
Inn" from 2100 till 0100, admis- fun. Uh! I for Little Rock Arkansas. We Mexican men-who lend color to named a member of the A&R Shop
sion $1.75 Purchase New employees? We sure do. At I changed planes at Memphis and the scene. You may eat around at Committee recently to replace
your tickets per from person.Tommy :McLaughlin this writing we have added two during our wait found ourselves | the different camps as your fancy Frank D. Warren who was pro
or Fred' E. Clyne in Engineering more to bring our total to 43. I intrigued watching the planes land dictates, and at the end you may a supervisory positIon.
and take off. We held hats Thomas P. Roberts, who rolled up
Tommy McLaughlin, an exsailor our make a contribution, if you desire.
This week we have "Buz" Saw from this station, has joinedthe i tightly and felt that we were in The moot question three times votes the second moved highest number of
to the chairman-
small the wake of a "young" hurricane. up
Section after
Drafting a
yer missing from the group. We daily was "Where do we eat the
understand he is taking a vaca- vacation at his home in New Orleans We spent the night at Little next meal?" Everybody is hospitable ship.
He's a free man for the Rock and caught a bus soon the I and friendly, and you come of Then
tion. He says it's Birmingham, couple days. off on my
Ala. What's the matter with time being, but I think he's to next morning for Hot Springs, I away uplifted, wishing there were first flight on a DC-4, making it
hear those Bells in the very near where we spent two weeks takingthe
Georgia, "Buz" Anyway we wel- more Institutions like Bloys in the from Houston to Atlanta, Georgia
and Good baths and which
future. Congratulations massages are
come you back next week. world. in four hours. After a few days in

.. Anyone wanting admission to Luck, -Tommy.- _._rt--- under House government Row is on supervision.Bath the Gov-. Soon after returning to Fort Da Atlanta, I took off on the last leg
materials lab this last week would ernment Reservation and the vis, we 'left by car via Austin for of my trip for Jacksonville-and
'- be confronted with the word Houston Texas, where we spent a alas-back to work!
InspectingThe names of the Bath Houses on the _
"Snafu" just inside the door. When follows -
are as :
the carpenters plumbers technicians $250 RICHER
Hale For-
etc., get through, the A&R Superior,
Ozark Buckstaffand
Dept. will have one of the best dyce, Quopaw, ,
Lamar all magnificent edi-
equipped labs in the Soyth. ,Inspectors I fices.

Again this week we have two
BY HELEN nUn ETTE It is practically a morning'swork
new employees, Helen Roth, who'sbeen I the routine of
to through
Clifton A. Hopfare go
... in civil service for two years Mr. and Mrs. One
and usually
a bath massage.
and hails from Hammond Ind. the proud parents of a
to three and
loses from two a
born 18
baby girl, Deborah Ann, ,
suburb of Chicago). She has been it is the
August. We all remember the pounds, but regained by
attached to NATTCenter's
Duplicating -
little ex-Wave, attractive and vivacious next morning. After locking up
,j Shop, and has now joined"Tracy's
worked in the Air- your valuables and registering for
I 4 Mad House". We welcome who
bath with des
i"_ craft Overhaul Inspection Office, your morning your
J ,, you to Engineering. and who everyone knew as ignated attendant, you may go
7 We also have Fred Wegant, an "Midge." Clif was an inspector in shoping or write in the lobby or do

ex-Arnv man from Jacksonville. the Metals UnIt. The happy couple j whatever you chose until your turn
'f' He worked for Civil Service be-
Then undress and
now live in Baltimore :Maryland,
fore entering the Army. He also where Clif is employed by swath yourself in a sheet, Womenin
t will be hanging out in the Duplicating couches
the Glen L. Martin Company. Our sheets are lying on
) Shop. Welcome aboard, good wishes go forward to this I seated on chairs and steps, and
Fred.I I reminiscent of '
couple, now a trio. I are everywhere .
':: wonder if there is any way to L. L. Kirkwood. inspector in the Mahatma Ghandi or a Ku Klux l"g
',I" "Fat Man" Howard and '
Sub-Assembly Unit, is away on a Klan convention.
,: "Imagination" Silver together on two-week vacation leave, whichwe :My huband flew east by August
their diets, you know with vitamin hope he enjoys and gets that 10th. while I headed west by bus I
i. tablets. Just kidding, fellows. well-earned rest. via Texarkana Dallas, where I
We want to welcome back Lois Chief Dcrrlngton, inspector in I spent the week-end. My friends

: Kirkland, who has been out about the Metals Unit! will leave. .30 August took! me to Corsicana: for my niece i .
five weeks with a serious skin in- for a 45-day vacation. The ana nephew, ana mat night; we
i( fection. When are you going to chief and his wife plan to visit caught a bus for Fort Davis in f:
I the beach again, Lois ? relatives in California and we West Texas, via Pecos.
t ., Tommy McLaughlin an exsailor know this will be an enjoyabletrip. The next day we went to the 4
\ .W' from this station, has joined the 67th Annual Meeting of the famous -

drafting section, after a short vacation R. H. Patterson, Inspector in Bloys Camp Meeting, which ,.
at his home in New Orleans. Final Assembly, entered the hospital lasted a week. This is a widely- t
He's a free man for the time being, this week where he will un- known and unique institution held 4
but I think he hears those bells dergo an operation on his right every August: In the Skillman
:' in the very near future. Congratulations knee. Everyone in the Department Grove in the heart of the Davis
and good luck, Tommy. wishes you a speedy recovery Mountains. It was founded in 1890
Administration anti Personnel Pat, so that you will be backon by Rev. W. B. Bloys who met witha -

by Mattie 11. Wood -This has been the job with us soon. group of pioneer cowboys under I lontifX1'said
:J "national check-out week" as far Helen Styron, chief clerk, is "The Big Tree", which is still "A ago
fj.f '
that and it has been proved times. John G. Turberville is
It is also known as theCowboys'
; ;, as the time section is concerned on a two-week vacation. She standing.
: away
and Is I a man! who could attest to that as well as anyone else, being the recipient -
; Mrs. Graham and Bob Hutchinson is vacationing In the southern partof Camp
his His idea
of $250 award for one thoughts.
,7:"' '1 ; started rolling Tuesday Florida and also in North Carolina largely maintained and sponsoredby
things on
.. Mrs. Graham expects to reenterthe her native state We hope well-to-do ranchers in that sec- into a jig',to be used in the manufacture of tabs for R4D's, Until hid
suggestion came into being the Metalsmith Shop was experiencing difficulty
minute of tion. Huge hats cowboy
WACs and Bob is entering Columbia you enjoy every your
in manufacturing the tabs but with his gadget the output hasbeen
much In evidence. The Association -
well an ate
; University Thursday, Earle vacation, Mrs. Styron as
'Tzzelle joined the lint'! of chlck.E' getting a much-needed rest. has nothing for rent. Camping boosted.




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Caplaln Howard V. Hupkiiu. U8N.
r<..nm.ndlnll i
i f' 1 rtr S R>brt 1'. 0b. USN,
Editorial Offices for NATTC

Section, Rooms 137 and 138,
:: kWHAT TO DO! WHERE TO GO! Administration Building 500-A.

w'j / Tel.AdvUor Ext. 208

E. W. AnJrtw.. Lt Comdr. ChIC( >.
Arthur Kout onikoi., Sic
1 NATTC Photograph.
I S M.d. \>r NAH Photo Lnh A Ar. Fund
a j ; School Photo Lb
THUHSDAY-CUBAN PETE. with Deal Arnar and Ethel 1 Smith ;. - -..-
Shows at 1130, 1700: and 2000. RESEARCH OFFICE

Claude Rams and Vivien Leigh. Shows at 1130, 1700 and 2000


Helmut Dantine. Shows at 1130. 1700 and 2000
SEA). An Office of Naval Research
within the Office of the Sec
bot and Costello. Shows at H30 1700 and 2000.
retary of the Navy has been established
-- featuring to provide progress In basio
Ken Curtis. Shows at 1130, 1700: and 200 research, and to produce information

THURSDAY-DEAD OF NIGHT, with Roland Carver and Merlyn! on such developments as the

Johns, (An English Production)I. Shows at 1130, 1700 and 2000. CAPTAIN HOWARD V. HOPKINS, USN. : atom bomb, radar,' rockets, jet
planes and penicillin.

Yellow Water 'I Captain Howard V. Hopkins, USN., above, last week succeeded The office will be aided by a civilian

THURSDAY-NO SHOW. I' Captain Ford N Taylor as commanding: officer of the Naval Air 1 advisory council to be appointed
Technical Training Center. Captain F. N. Taylor reported to the by the Secretary of the.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-HOME SWEET HOMICIDE, starring I staff of the Staff College at Norfolk, Virginia I Navy. Members will j be picked
Randolph Scott and Lynn Bail --- -- -- --- -, I from civilian life and will be pre

SUNDAY-CUBAN PETE, with Deal Aniaz and Ethel Smith. FUTURE SAILORS MUST : eminent In the fields of science,

MONDAY AND Tl;ESDAY-CAKS"AR: AND CLEOPATRA, Featuring WAIT TO JOIN NAVY I research and development work
Claude Rains and Vivien Leigh. A sum of $15,000\ ,000 has been

WEDNESDI- OF WOMAN, with Andrea King and (SEAEnlistments i in the reg- ITen.! appropriated to the Navy Department
for research started
by the
Helmut Dantine. ular Navy are exceeding recruit
Office of Research and Inventions
THURSDAY-NO SHOWTHINGS log requirements and a waiting
I during the fiscal
year 1917 Research
list has been established for them
I is being directed in all
y j TO DO-ABOARD n who desire to enlist according fieldsof

to Vice A dm, Louis E, Denfeld, -, warfare under the supervision
IIOKItl SHOP Monday through Friday, 1700- USN, Chief of Naval Personnel of the nation's leading scientists to

t 2130, Saturday, 1300-2130. New !location In Bldg. 411, I Admiral Denfeld said the Navy maintain future Naval power and
Wing No 1. Instructors on duty for leather craft, has limited its monthly enlistmentswith to preserve national security.

model airplanes, and plexiglass I the exception of those men '
hawul'e, OkU. SEA
( >
J Hint HALL needed for training as electronics a -
-Open nightly 17302130 Outdoor
...- S boys, digging a hole to bury firecrackers -
and inside areas. Sandwiches and snacks available. technicians mates. ETMs are In
I that their
great need in the post war Navy, More vacationers ana again parents
OllUtliV: Junt\'flOX: : ROOM( In auditor from the Disbursing Department them to buy, discoverd a nail keg
Admiral Denfeld said, adding, "To
'i ium open daily, ping pong and pool and lounge available those men who are selected tor This time It's bmttty" He'a ful of silver coins. It was part of
; I the loot taken in the $19883 robbery -
I electronic training, the Navy on leaat his home town In'New
\. HOUI INC.-Six alleys behind Ships Service education in electricity, radio York. of the First State Bank of
able to all personnel Monday through and related electronic subjects Here's one for the l leave yeomanto Morton, Teras, :5 Sept. 1915.

170'-2130.' Free bowling if you set your own worth $5000 ponder on: G. V. Sutton i
\. lOc line for availro.tN of \ r sss'tea
a pin boys --. again Disbursing, because of the j I I
new! leave set-up does not rate
: MmH'l.nI'Xt: : tin: -- I.NATTC ) Ii i
\ any leave this year or next year II
Meets 1030 in
Saturday at Auditorium
morning ; SHUFFLE RD in fact he owes the Navy 57
IIUIKOOM XML CLASS.-E\ery Monday and I
'. I days leave and by the time
Wednesday at the Hostess House Beginners class ills enlistment will be up he will

1900 to 2000 Advanced class, 2000' to 2100MMMMlNUPool still owe the Navy 12 days I
Bldg. 522 will certainly miss
l-4 ,-j) : No. Recreation fur WAVES, 1 Shirley Wewer when she leaves

"",. WAVE Officers, Couples, Family Groups Children :Shirley:; has worked there .

must be accompanied by parents Monday through I steadily for the past 2 years and
Saturday 0
) young miss on this base Shirley -
., I'OOL No. i-For Male Personnel only-Enlisted
I is going to some school up
and Olticers Monday through Friday, 0900 to 1100, officer commcoDKTACIIH North. .

it 120) to 1100, 1500 to 1600 and 1700 to 210), Saturday Congratulations i'elei' Paul I
r 090)' to 2100. Sunday 1230 to 2100. : ) ( Perry Perry HAle of the

GULP-Station Course, daily from 1000 to sunsetSaturdo t 1 Auust--R. J. Blackwood, Ens NATTC Dispensary got married
-\.-' (AIL) USNR W. H Muir, Lt. (S), lat week to a sweet young thing
.\' and Sunday from 0900-1700.> Open to all USNR. from Bainsville, Ga He's now

personnel. Clubs available at Gear Locker in South- 2 August-J. W. Lambert, Ch. honeymooning at his hometown, I

side of NATTC Auditorium. Monday through Satur- : Bosn, USN Nashville. Tenn. Smooth Sailing, *

da1000-1700, Sunday 1030-1700 3 August-F. C. Thomas, Lt. Sa lIt>r'. i

Ml'sl(' Anyone Interested in joining the NATT (jg), (DC), USNR. Another's loss is another's gain.
.: I Cats Orchestra, contact T. F. Raye at Barracks 4o3 I 8 August- W. McEvoy, CmdrDL good Malnside man when Ships they service let lost Phil a ,I IN 1 PERSON

.t fii 'TENNIS Racquets and balls available at Physical ( ) USNR: A. T Tattersall, Schmori go. He's now working
513. Lt. (A), USNR: W H. Tiller, Lt.
Training Bldg. for NVTTCs Service
i Ship's as
(jgl I, + d' IIO-slrs. : HOI( '-sh:-Open daily 1500 to 2100 Saturday I 9 August-G. N. Sermos, Lt. temporary Assistant Manager of I

and Sunday 1100 to 210) For NATTC enlisted Cmdr. (AI), USNR. the Merchandise Dept Later
personnel, relatives and guests. 10 August-H. M. Henderson, he 11 become manager of the Issuing DEAN
Dept. .
NV1IC I IIJKAK1'-Located in Auditorium OpenMonday Elec., USN. Another' addition to the

through Fl'1day0 to 2100; Saturday and 11 August-C. Horowitz, Lt. Roster. The new Ship'sService Chief
Sunday-1230 to 2100. Cmdr., S. USNR. Auditor working there is
now Albeit -
12 Ens
A1HI.I-IIC; GL\K: Available at Gear Locker, t August-R. Krampner Fair brother', Jr. HUDSON
( )
Bldg. 513. Fern Central I
Physical Training Department 15 August-J. L. Bendix, (A H, Bellongy Fileshas II
Games in the Intramural Softball finally returned from lexas
SFlll\LI( USNR; W. E. Crow, Lt. Cmdr.
League are played every week-day night beginningat (A), USNR; L. F Taylor Lt. (A) I What has Texas got that can't AND HISORCHESTRA
170) be found in Florida:: Don 1
G. F. Wolford, Ch. Gunner, USN. I
answer that. .
17 August-J. L. Gallagher, !.t.
I =
19 August -V L. Beechler, Lt. I New York (SEA)) No "date" *
JACKSONVilJ.E: HI-AC: ill/:*-Buses leave at frequent Intervals I was handy when a prospective customer
I (jg), W (IC), USNR: H. M. Cecil, : A HOST OF STARS
<< called of Manhattan'sbusier
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy. Surf bath- Lt. (W), USNR: H J. Perry, Lt. I I
I social contact" bureaus, so
ing and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches Bus V\A( ), USNRAUsOLUJLL.1. i I the boss, Jean Merrick, went out

fare 25c. to dinner with her client. She re-
(.:.\ OJ'JNG.; 1'IaillN6, .VM 1UM1ING: Cedar River on San Jtldlir turned after a honeymoon trip to Friday 13th September I

Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last atop on j When it comes to eating, you'11 Canada with her husband, Stanley I Auditorium '
have to hand it to Venus de Milo' Wood Blake, the "dateless" client, r
San Juan. Row Boatstwo hours, 50c; canoes-51.00 per hour; motor *" I
Why who now plans to open a branch
boats-$200 per hour five to eight people per boat. "How eb>e could she eat*" office. I

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5 September, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven ,!E




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To take up where we left off I
last week let us take notice cf the
Improvements developing at "Ye 44 'S' I
Ole Brew Locker" The bright I M.a
Tuesday morning seen lots of activity .
out of doors. Surveyors, a a e ,
Jew men on shovels and the usual i
bulk of the men supervising the 1
Job. Yes, the dancing spare is taking r
shape. It won't be too long
before all will be complete and
then one can fettle down to a
quiet evening aboard, with a visit
to the bowling alley, a good movie
and then relaxation with a few x .
,Brews and several dances with the
wife or)avorlte,girl friend.
,''Theer. are 'strong rumors from M

,' yefy"reliable, sources that in the

eo bo> Un&"d&.r\turtrfth AlI*"Hands', station Dance will by be ___non ___ SRINavy -- -- -,_. ., TT .. ."_____"'._

anl..AU'Glrf ,Orchestra and topped'
1t with a party1founds like a dream *
but'\the odds\'are high that it .
comes to pass before the end of
the month. Most of the marriedmen '.J
are holding their breath in .
fear that the better half is goingto .
mention a new dress for the ILLZWJ ,
Gala Affair Take it from me. men, 'f.
she'11 most likely get\ It, too. .
All hands are glad to see Per j
kins back from the teachers training \ ;
school at N. A, T. T C and I ? K
you probably already know he did i
a wonderful job in aiding the Ships' .
Company Bowling Team take all I i

the honors this week a a :
All AF students are reminded
that the registration of cameras Is
necessary aboard this station I
Bring your camera and any previous -
permits to the welfare office
to expedite service .e 3
Our good friend Bill Carter pet anew
high this week in the bowling I 5,,, 5' '55' 5' 5L; ,

alley with the big number 242. .
Jt is rumored that 242 H the average .
the Ships Co team intendsto "'_ f-rrh! w "$ t' .w: r"'" .X' .

pet forth in the near future The Naval Air Technical Training lions of the air space to one airplane Control Tower Operator crative profession, All graduates'

Command is charged with supplying I at a time, and along estab- billets.\ of the school ate eligible to taJte
Boxing Control Tower Operator School the examination for a CAA Aii-
adequately trained Control lished air routes no airplane may
graduates acquire a working man's Certificate They may also
enter a cloud or a region of thick,
For Tower Operators Specialists Yi I
Scheduled 'smoky air without ratio permission knowledge of airport and airway take exams for the rating of JunIor
to the Navy'S aeronautical organization traffic control, aerology. Civil and Senior Airport Controlleras )
from ATC
11th SeptemberThe afloat and ashore. Demobilization I Aeronautics Regulations, Federal they accumulate senioritj Outstanding .
has created a temporary' I At the terminals and at inter Communications Commission procedure graduates of the Naval
Boxing Smokers are hereagain. shortage of qualified Control Tower mediate airports of the establishedair ', and aircraft recognition, School, Control Tower Operators
After a lapse of over a Operators, NATechTra is fill routes control towers takeover and will have had laboratory' practice are eligible to .apply for training
month the ever popular Boxing ing this need through the Naval the responsibility of the safe in simulated traffic problems in the Radar and Ground Con-
Smokers will be resumed again School, Control Tower Operators I handling of alrciaft. As a pilot as well as experience In one of trolled Approach Course which is
With the return of Chief Al Sini- Class "A" which is located is building Ion a scheduled route reaches a the control towers located on the the Navy new electronic methodof
baldi, the central figure in 1 local 504 at the Naval Air Technical point 15 miles from an airport, he "field" at NAS, Jacksonville Each bringing aircraft to safe landings -
boxing circles all arrangementshave Training Center, Jacksonville. is cleared" to the tower, The graduate gets instruction flying a when the weather is such
been completed for next Classes of 50 enlisted men enter tower controller is then responsible Link Trainer equivalent to that In that it is impossible to set the
weeks boxing card the school every two weeks for a I to fit this plane Into the flow pilot training which is worth ground
Personnel, confident In their six weeks course The school is of arriving and departing aircraft about $25000 in civilian life, I The men selected for training: in
pugilistic abilities are asked to competently headed by LieutV. and bring him safely to a landing In order to carry on this pI actl- the Naval School, Control Tower
contact Chief Al Sinibaldi of the M, Bartley, USN, a former The tower operator acts as a traffic cal training the Control Tower Operators Operators, Class "A" must lie
Physical Training Dept. Control Tower Operator assisted I policeman at a busy air intersection School maintains 15 Link graduates of the Aviation Fundamentals .
The boxing arena is being prepared b)' 25 enlisted instructors, manyof and as such has at his disposal Trainers incorporating radio communication School at Jacksonville or
for the forthcoming matches whom have operated control radio, lights, and flags to a ,, with a mock-up tower, have a background in Naval avia-
towers at airports throughout the control aircraft on the ground, in Air Traffic Center and Communi- tion. Minimum requirements for
These Smokers which composea wlrldIn the Atlantic, Pacific and ''I the air and in the vicinity of the cations Center In addition to this the Control Tower Operators
major portion of NATTC sports continental United States. airport It is a job calling for laboratory work the school operates I School include a general comprehension
program are conducted through I When an airplane flies "blind"In I I quick decisions and presence of one> actual control tower lo- test mark of not less than
the cooperation of NATTC Welfare cloudy, the responsibility for mind, particularly when emergencies cated at NAS, Jax Here each 55, physical requirements including -
and Recreation and the preventing collisions rests with an arise.. In addition to his student observes actual airport : hearing 15/15, eyes 20/20 anda
Physical Training Department.The elaborate Government Service, the I I duties as "air traffic polinmf'n"the : traffic, listens to two-way radio voice that is clear, unaccentedand
matches will start promptly I Air Traffic Control. ATC works ; tower operator acts as the relay communication with aircraft in has 'no speech impediment, a
at 1030 next Wednesday, the 11th somewhat like the block system ofa between pilots who wish spaceon the vicinity of the Jax tower, operates high school education and should
of September railroad, assigning certain por- any airway and the Air Traffic a light gun," signal flags, I be over 18 years of age.
Control Center which assigns the
--- --- etc. Aerological observations are
space. taken and recorded. I Ed. Note-This is the fut of a
The first 3 weeks of the course I Personnel graduating from the I series of articles whose purpose! i*
are spent in giving the student a Naval School, Control Tower Op- i to familiarize both student and
IIIIJ technical background of the dutiesof t 1 erators at Jacksonville are particularly : ship's company personnel with the
a tower operator will meet : fortunate, in that there is purpose and courses of Naval
when assigned to. one of the manyJOKE | ample opportunity to learn a lu- Schools attached to this Command.
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---- ----
\'I' Voter; Why, I wouldn't vote for "Is that Venus*" asked the
j/; .A you if you were St. Peter himself sweet young student.

"No, that's Jupiter," said the
I Candidate: If I Mere St. Peter, Prof.
I you couldn't vote, for me. You "How cleAer," said the student,
wouldn't be in my district. "to be able to distinguish the sex
at this great distance,"
Should a mother of 40 get married
''ll"She /
('/. again'No always:
I think that I shall hate
doesn't think of men all the that'a enough children for The guys that come in so damn
time but when she thinks, she any woman late
thinks of men." The ones that swear and drop their
How did you pucture that tire? lock
"If ;jou're looking for my husband Ran over a milk bottle. At two and three and four clock.
1 he'a gone fishing Just walk How come? Didn't ;you see it T The drunk ones who with practicedart

1 i I I 1 1 i I I I I I III'' II I I I I II I I I down pole to with the a bridge worm until on each;you end finda ," I coat Naw, the kid had it under his Sound like a horse-drawn garbagecart.

"A warning is all that neededto A man who looked as if he had The "ladies' man" who loud and
tempt the average fellow." lost his last friend entered a restaurant long
one morning, sat down ata Tells of his recent nightly wrong.
table and said to the waitress, The hero who .
1st Sailor "I wonder if my girl with detailed script "
loves me" "Bring me two eggs fried hard a Tells of the SPs he has whipped. --
2nd Sailor: "Of course. Why slice of toast burned to a cinder, I'd sometimes like to take that guy
should she make an exception of and a cup of weak coffee." And stick my knuckles in his eye.
you 7"She "Will you repeat that order," Sleep, the gentle sleep, shall never
said the mystified waitress.He come, my friend,
did and in a few minutes she Until the discharge yeoman puts
:: Thanks for the hug. brought the order As she net it you in pajamas again.
He: "The pressure was all mine." in front of him, she asked, "Any-
r A: "You were really making thing else, sir?"
1' \\II time in your ear after the dance "Yes," he answered "Now nit The three balls in front of a
last pawn shop mean two to one
l night. it down and nag me, I'm home you
j n sick." won't get it back.

s Bo'aun: Where in bell. have I
seen you before? The way to get ahead, What did you do when her drew
82c: Wbat part of hell are you chum, is to drink six fast rye started to tome oft?
If I wait any longer on this chow line TO be AWOL from?, highs on an empty stomach. I helped her the beat I eould.M'yy .


Page Eight ._ JAX AIR NEWS 5 September, 1946
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. LOCAL, COLORED BASEBALL TEAM __ _._ "_ ____ __ __ I Best-Ball And Mixed Foursome

I Tourneys Slated For Golfers
; I 'T : .

The "Best-Ball" Golf Tourney will be held next Wednea-

day, all station golfers were reminded today by Jack Harvey,

1 station golf pro. All participants are requested to get their

I \ partners lined up now for this tourney. Male golfers who
I plan to enter the mixed foursome which will be ]held thefollowing

A : Wednesday. September 18, are urged to get their
female partners now for the links
feat. The runner-up in the station

The golf shack became the hub championship, Chief Wetzel, wa
of sports activity over the week- out doing a little practicing .
end and Labor Day. Ideal weather
prevailed for officers and enlisted Commanders Sweeney and Sintic
personnel during their rounds of were seen playing each other a

golf playing. Jack Harvey stated couple of rounds The Marineswere
briefly that more long week-ends out also, be"ng represented ".
such as the past one, plus the by First Sgt. W. II, Miner and
swell weather conditions, and the Sgt. Mjr. J. S. Aliffi The ;...
golf shack will really be busy with golf jhack added some new mem' '!' .
golf-minded Navy personnel.Some hers to its roster, also. Quite a :
of the highlights of golf few men from NATTC's Aviation "
here at NAS over the weekendwere Fundamentals school' 'Joined they,"':
Jo Rusnaks' threat to ranks. Some of' these, had 'bee '.
some of the men golfers by card- caddies before their: enlltmen .
!fng a respectable 47. Jo's a chief and do very well ./. Station tfiamp., .' ','."t. ,
storekeeper at Disbursing, and C. R. Smith shot nine'consecutive ** i2
.. her week-end ventures will provea pars for a 25 Saturday' afternoon '
real threat to the "chief" golfers It is rumored now that
if she keeps it up Chief Tallyof I Capt. Ward has h's old brassie
.'':'" 'I VSB was all smiles when he back in his possession. lie is now

ABOVE IS PICTURED THE BASEBALL TEAM! composed of NAS mess attendants. The Jax turned in an 87 over the links on ready to give Commanders Pflum
Tigers played their first game of this year last Sunday, beating the Green Cove Springs nine by a Sunday Football coach Koval- and McElroy and Capt. Centner
I score of 6 to. 3. The team, working under the management of W. Adams, had two runs scored against check, just back from Pittsburgh, a real battle Seen taking up
them in the first inning of Sunday's ball game, and then came up with a decisive victory. With Cole shot a 40 for nine holes last the art of golf over the week-end
pitching, the team hopes to again defeat the Green Cove Springs boys in their return game next Sunday Monday Comdr. Emrick, NAS i were the wives of Comdr. Blythe
to be played at Mason Field at 1500. exec, was spotted swinging out and Lt. Cmdr. Crossen So,
--- the holiday kinks at the golf pick up your clubs and bag, and
course Chief Fetta of the be on your way to the golf shack,
COLORED Former Wisconsin GridderTo Commissary Dept. turned in one and don't forget those tourheys,
ot his low rounds of the season the first coming off next Wednes.
TEAM 1 WINS 'I by shooting an 83 for 18 holes day.
j Play On Jax Navy TeamAs -


The colored Jax Navy I you look at the line-up of the Jax football squad

team! outscored the for this fall, you'll come upon the name of Harry Knickel-

Springs nine, 6-3, at bine, former lineman from the University of Wisconsin.Lt. .

last seemed be Though a slufgest Knickelbine, who is attached to the Physical Training

first three innings, both division of NATTC, played three years of varsity footballat
settled down in the Wisconsin and one season with the Pensacola service
racked up gooseggs for perform'I eleven while in cadet- training.At I
of the game. ance. Wisconsin, he was tutored by
Green Cove pushed The Jax team consists of J. T. the famous Harry Stuhldreher of
runs in the first when, Barnes, G. H. Anthony, C. Nich- Four Horseman fame who is
on second and third, the ols, C. F. Adams, N. C. Scott, C. ranked as one of the outstanding
corner guardian bobbled I W. Haynes, J. Cole, R. Calbert, mentors in the nation.
as the runners streaked L. J. Poindexter, A. Johnson, J. With the entry of Knickelbineinto
plate. But the NAS H. Jackson C. L. Wallace, and the fight for the guard slot, -1 1E
back with three in the I T. J. Pearson. the line situation takes a turn \l "
initial inning to take the Considering that this was the for the better. The competition
they never lost it. Cole first game which either team has has been keen for the two guard _
bert really showed the I played, the boys showed some holes, and with: the addition of
few tricks trom the good ball and a return game next Knickelbine into the picture the
Cole held Green Cove Sunday at 1500 at Mason Field line should be bolstered enough
scoreless while shoudl prove to be a hotlyfoughtcontest. by the other ridmen trying for t
this effort with a hitless I II the two positions. With another'
lineman like the I;:
------ -- -- -- experienced one
he has just procured. Coach'
tJf4)i i Kovalcheck could turn his squad '
; into a powerful eleven, The new
,, lineman tips the scales at 205,
but he expects to knock a 1 ttfe
i of that off when he dons football \
togs this week.Knickelbine .
is married and the 4. .
father of a 28-month-old baby
I girl, Susan Jo. lIe hails from
: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he

played high school basketball and .,
football. lie arrived here just a '-
+ week ago and already is kept THE LINE COACH of the Jax Navy Football Team is Lt. Paul
busy at his new post. You'll prob- I King, above. A star player for the University of Pennsylvania, he
ably see a lot of gridiron: sod has been active in gridiron activities for many years. Although he
By "SLIM" VERY, S 1/C rooted up when Lt. Harry Knick is working with a young and inexperienced line at present, he already -
Between Mickey Owen and the Mexican Baseball League, elbine is In at guard for Jax Navy has the men working as a formidable front wall. His line will
don't have much trouble filling in their sports give the necessary power to the backfield which is being shaped by
the papers Six Air Station the competent backfield coach, Lt. Comdr "Tuffy" Thompson .j
of whetheror .
pages. The difference of opinion on the subject -- --- -- .

not Owen should be reinstated is always good for a few Teams Remain In Jax Grid Team Line
inches of copy, and the sports hounds are willing to let some Navy

body practically__write the news for them, even if reading CNAAT LeagueA
about it does get a little stale. I Coach Is Versatile Athlete
Now about this big difference of I check for a year's work, as Ted circular letter from Rear Ad- ..
offered? Would miral Ralph E. Davison contains t
opinion. If Mickey Owen left Williams was you One of the most versatile athletes the station ism :
information which will commandthe on
American baseball with the full intention I really think about ethics, or oth- ( J.\\;;
of playing in Mexico, for a er people's feelings, or even con- attention of all the sports lieutenant in the PT & Welfare Department. His'name is i"lri" ')
tracts? We doubt it. What you fans on the station. Paul and he has in than
Mexican pay check, and suddenly King, participated more sports 'i-;
becomes dissatisfied with his posi- would probably do is write about With the deactivation of so can count on both feet. From swimming to football
you ,
of the NATTC bases, it has
six in the check and start many
tion below the border, then whathe figures a new job. Williams didn't, become necessary to abandon the Lt. King has seen a part of the inside of it all. It's allhwell rjI'
needs is a chit to see the Chaplain you A
He's up a stump. There is but others have, and can you former plan of competition within and good to watch a game, but when a man has play d"a
blame them? A man can live a the Northern and Southern sec
for his allowed bit
being makes
no real reason the six remain- sport, it everything a and in of all
lot cheaper in Mexico on American tlons. Henceforth there, was charge
to American base I
to Naval Air Stations, Banana more interesting, according to I
money than he can in the ing athletic: contests. lie left the
ball.On States. Now that he has decided River, Jacksonville, Ft, Lauderdale, I Mr. King which might ex- academy in 1942 to enter the
the other hand, others contend Whiting Field, St. Simon and Miami '
that it isn't worth the money to pm n his exceeding interest in
a man's own thoughts and play in the Mexican League, and will compete in the league. sports. Navy.
desires his own. If a man : Here on the station, Lt. King
are This league will be known officially -
he wants to back to his old
come Right now, Lt. King is the line
wants to take another job in another as "CNAAdTra League." has been in charge of all swim
Job why not let him? coach for the Jax Navy football
country that's his business.If Now about what the others The award;. to be presented to eleven. His participation in football ming activities. lie played a big
he wants to change his mind, the activity which is most proficient _
to Mexico in ii ai great as in other in arranging the First Art-
think Owen went any part
his business too. And if the "Iron '
that's in all sports will be '
spite of all the warnings. He was sport. At Lancaster High School l, nual Naval Air Training Confer-
he wants to quit, Mickey Owen Man Trophy Points will be giv-
in Lancaster Pa. Lt.
'King played
should be allowed to return to the told what would happen to his en toward the "Iron Man Trophy"in and tackle and ence swim meet held here a few
center positions,
\J American baseball party and joinin American baseball status if he Softball, touch fotball, basket- wait captain of the team in his weeks back, and has tra'ned many .
the fun. That is what some went to play in Mexico but he ball, and baseball. The points will senior From there, he went a lifeguard since his arrival 'at '
year. j
went Now he wants to
people think.Everybody, anyhow. range from 10 points for a first NAS.
to attend the University of Pennsylvania '
has his own opinion, come back tough. Why place to 1 point for a fifth place where he, played more Lt King, in his high school '.
and everyone else is wrong. Some' should he, after making a pile of This is expected to initiate a football, making the first team days, held the state record for the )
people want Owen back, and oth- money in another country, be allowed strong feeling of competition in his sophomore year. lie was javelin throw, heaving it 182 feet.
to step into his old American the Naval Air Stations included lie holds the University of Penn
ers, who never liked him anyhow, among the captain of the football and .
want him to stay out.Let's job? lie broke his contract in the league, and it is track teams, and it was during sylvania record with a throw of (
here, and nobody in America is in hoped that the sports will be played this period that he placed in the 197 feet which is really -
in .
look at it an impartialway
any way obligated to him. If he by all activities. semi-finals of the track Olympic: throwing: that spear ,-; ,
as if none ofLt had ever wants to play baseball here, he Additional sports, such as bowling ':
Owen, the Mexi- TrialS in the javelin event. These days, however, all sports '
heard of Mickey should not be allowed to until tennis, golf, and swimmingmay After his graduation in 1932: but football( must take a back
can League, or Jorge Pasquel. some compensation has been madeto be scheduled between activ- Lt. King went to the Franklin seat in the duties of, Lt. King.
First we'll consider the argument American baseball, and he him ities of the league, but no points Marshall Academy in Lancasteras From now until the end of November
of the ones who want Ow self should be fined a whale of will be given toward the "Iron Athletic Director and head of he will be engaged in
..' en's return. What weuld you do kale.What Man Trophy" as a result of these the coaching staff lie coached helping the Jax Navy team win
if somebody offered you a blank do you think? sports. j track, swimming, and football games.