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I Vol. 4-No. 33 24 October 1946

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: First Navy Day Following Demobilization 01 World's

:' Mightiest Navy Being Celebrated With Open House Here

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The first Navy Day since the Training Unit Hangar (113). The ---- Again on Sunday. which is actually gress, in session in Philadelphia,
demobilization of America's war regular Navy "safe driver's" test Navy Iy Statement from See- Navy Day the station will be authorized the formation of bat-
time naval forces will be observed will also be shown there. Doors I Nay to Hospitalised Navy and open to the public-this time from talions of Marines a few days
throughout the Navy this week open at 1200. I I :Marine Corp Personnel: 0800 to 1600. Special Navy Day later on November 10 1175.i .
I .. end.. Also starting at 1200 guided I services will be conducted at the i j i October 27th is also fittingly
Here at NAS, an event-packed tours will be conducted throughthe On this date dedicated to pay Station Chapels; and at 1400 a.I, Navy Day since it was the birth-
program on Saturday and religious huge Assembly and Repair honor to our Navy, I wish to I Flower Memorial Service will beheld day of President Tneodore Roose-
services on Sunday will mark Department. At 1300 the Main extend my sincere greetings to on the apron in front of Op- velt, the man whose tenure in office -
the occasion. Gates will be thrown Galley and Barracks "G" will be I erations before a plane takes off I was devoted to establishing abound
open to the public at 0900 Saturday opened for public inspection. our hospitalized veterans. The I to scatter the flowers at sea. naval policy for the United
and will remain open until An aerial parade and simulated recent victory over our enemieswas This Navy Day honors veteransof States.
i 1630. Designated parking areas I attack on the Air Station will begin made possible by the out- World War 11, especially those : The day may well serve to remind -
will be provided motorists and directional I at 1500. VSB and Naval Re- standing service that each one wounded and hospitalized. It also I us of two reciprocal duties:
signs pointing the way to I,I serve Unit planes will team up of these men has rendered. In will honor, in the flower service, ; that of an alert Navy to the citi-
A-au displays and exhibits will be I I for this air show strafing and paying tribute to that serviceit I those Navy men who never returned zenry, and of a well-informed
t' found at strategic intersections. bombing the field as in a real raid. is our responsibility ,I to participate in these Navy public to its Navy. Let us, in the .
Station police will also act as to assure that those who were celebrations. do to
The day will be a real thrill Navy our part keep the
guides. After 1200 four sightseeing for a number of lucky high school disabled in the struggle will be Navy Day was first sponsoredin public informed of our mission
the the
guaranteed privilege for
busses will
depart at regular students in the Jacksonville area. 1922 by the Navy League of the and purpose. Although Theodore
remainder of their of
intervals from the main lives participating -
gate. Winners United Roosevelt died three before
of the Navy Day Essay in the that States, a volunteer asso- years
Visitors will have the opportunity Contest will be special guests of fought to maintain.rights We ciation of individuals who seek to the first observance of Navy Day
of witnessing a Captain's Inspection NAS and will fill honorary key they best offer such bring the Navy before the Amer- virtually keynoted the purpose
and award presentationat positions such as operations offi- can the assuranceby that ican public. i'I of Navy Day when he said:
1000. Beginning at 1100, a number preserving strength October 27 "For the building and main';
cer, tower duty officer, or skipper will perpetuate our existence as was selected as Navy :
j ( of official Navy films will bo of a squadron. a free and independent nation Day for the primary reason that raining in proper shape of the
j r" shown at the Junior Officers' Au- There will be many a hungryand and by expending effortto on that day in 1775 the first reso- American Navy we must rely
1. clitorium, including every upon nothing but the broad and
thirsty visitor, and ample pro- forge the bonds of lasting lution to authorize American war-
CroSjSroaJs. vision has been made for them, and ships in defense of the Colonieswas far-siyhtcd: patriotism 00""
'. Special exhibits of the Naval too. Refreshments will be avail- alone ity can understanding carry:us to an un-I introduced into the Continental people as a whale; and it i. of
t Air Technical: Training Commandwill able at the Civilian Cafeteria and ing peace Congress. The measure was great importance that there
be in the Naval Air Reserve Ship's Service passed three days later. The Con- Continued on Page 3)



Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 24 October'-1946,

I THEY COVER THE GRIDIRON Predictions CPO Club Celebrates

I It) It1LL HE11L, S2c I 'Official Opening Of '-'

New Quarters Tuesday
Ole King Football makes the sports spotlight glitter .

of the pigskin elevens of the nation A House Warming: Party, featuring
H I this week as some top of Marvin pcott!
d the music
\' I tangle Saturday. This is the year which football has been an his Orchestra on Tuesday, 29

w waiting for, the one with upsets galore, and already upsets October, will officially mark the,

have been numerous Yes, when G.I. Joe came marching opening of the new CPO Club In \

I home last spring, after having! traveled to all points of the j Bldp 705.Bldg ,

compass, the grid picture changeovernight. ( 705 was originally built
This is what every college and furnished for use as a club 1
j coach dreamed, the return Hospital facility in conjunction with the
of their pre-war gridiron great!, Aviation Cadets' Mess, and more
used as a Student
of the recently
The number one game
I week will be the tilt between unbeaten Officers' Club, It was turned I
Army and the Blue Devils Chatter OVE'to/ the CPO Club recently ,
from Duke. Army should hay when it became apparent that (
little trouble in racking up their Bldg 1101 was too small to ac-
j Mj JIMMY MOVKKS commodate the large number of
24th straight victory I After a week of escort duty, chiefs who were members In addition ,
I Notre Dame returns to the grid! littl
iprJ I I this column is necessarily the new location at York-
war trail Saturday after bt'lng| devoid of news Having been absent town and Muslin is expected to
idle for a week They meet the I dirt and
for a few days, gos be more accessible to memberswho
Iowa Hawk )'es at Iowa City and sip goes by ye scribes ear like travel to and from the clubby
If this game doesn press the< i water under the well known bus

I Army-Duke game as the outstandIng bridge but we guarantee boasts
game of the day, "something; ty of the stuff that makes plen-I The new clubhouse a
is rotten in Denmark" Behind the I chell famous next week roomy, comfortable lounge: on thee
aerial hurling of Johnny Lujackand I lower deck as well as a Pool
of Jim with four pool tables There Is a
? r Mello the and pile-driving Emil Sitko power, the Irish I I First thing we noticed upon returning I !hoover and locker room for use

and stain to the compound was the with the adjacent swimming pool I
should remain undefeated > I I
Ltt LttJAY I Protestant choir being formed months of the
the new during: the warmer
I the football spotlight as
I likely eleven to dump ,'auntedArmy I II by Chaplain Harold Menges and I.>ear, On the second deck are the
from the unbeaten class!! directed by Johnny LlnOemann. I bar and galley About 60 feet long
Who knows, maybe; this LindeI the bar is of solid mahogany andt'as
I Illinois invades Michigan ter mann is another Iturbi when it a gift from a wealthy womanto
a ritory Saturday for the number I II comes to directing* Anyway: ; allprospective the Aviation Cadet Mess, The

II. WEAM, AMM2/0, l left and Albert L. Simpson, S2/c, I one encounter in the Western I members of the choir main section of the second deck
held to
for the JAX AIR Conference, Michigan was should get in touch with Chaplain dance floor
are the guys who snap those football pictures Is devoted to a large
NEWS Attached to the Station Photo Lab, they volunteered to a 1414 tie with Northwestern Menges or Johnny:immediately.We I surrounded with comfortable
Illinl edging by
while the were
their off-duty hours since the games are chairs The adjoining dinIng -
Cover the games during I lounge
I all played on Sundays or Saturday nights With only about two Wisconsin 27.21, but looking) the at I. wish to thank the Lee High room has chrome trimmed tables
photographers: in a duty section, if it weren't for these volunteers, the line-up and the prestige of School Band for th lr'pr fine ; and chrome chairs with red
shots of the Jax-Navy grid mighty Wolverines, Michigan Sunday afternoon, 13 October -
we might: not be able to publish any I program I leather seats
dashes. I should end up on top in this topnotch I. in the auditorium, Ma>'bethey'll ,

-- tussle of the Middle-West, : ; be able to be with us again : iln't youse got no culture Why

I Pennsylvania entertains Navy I sometime, Pretty sharp stuff not f join the Red Cross workers
SOFTBALL SQUAD SCORES Saturday, and it looks like NAVV I there at 1930
I will suffer its fourth straight loss I I .
II There'll be a real Scavenger
at the hands of the vaunted Quakers I Rec Hall For a sight that's refreshing to
Red Cross
Somewhere along the I I tonight so all ;you bloodhounds the eyes; you should see "Cannon-

the NAS Jax softball the hapless Hamiltonmen have I! turn out And by the way; better jail" Chriss play football Really,
second time this season
For the slipped up and are suffering one costume for George and his pans and touch
nine won easily over the Miami Fliers, 5-2, at the'power of the worst seasons the Acad- the start big to work Hallowe'en on your; party the Red games are something to remem-

plant diamond Thun day, The last time the locals met the emy has had for some time. Cross is planning >er. .

down-state outfit, at their home grounds, Jax thumped the Wake Forest tangles with the i *
Smith's leading football squad, I I Noticed a new addition to the \ Things are slow in happening,
Fliers 16-11. Tennessee Wake Forest dropped civilian outfit in the record office, but they finally do happen What
Crews had little trouble i in setting the visitors down in a 14-7 game to North Carolina I Mrs Tousignant of Jax, (All right, I *:ere driving at is that Dr Ruth-

order, although he did run Into State last week while the Vols : you record office fiends, back to gs' hair is finally growing backs i

In the first inning when DISABILITY RIDER 1 were upsetting last jears Rose I the tn riters .) normal. Now we can see enoughf
Under the Insurance Act of Bowl winner, Alabama Looks as it to tell it's definitely red! !
thr. Fliers tallied their only two I Volunteers going to .
If the are
made for Who's this new curly-headed !
allowed three hits, balk another southland' vi<:- kindf
marker Crews the inclusion of a total disability : up PhMlc whos attracting so much Mr Cull have some

walked two, and sent five back tc income prov'Islon in any National cry.The attention from the fair-haired > a phobia Honest, every timee

the bench via the strike-out routeHancock I Service Life Insurance great Texas Longhornsmeet sex? Yep, the personnel office !see! him, he's turning off an J
for the Miami- policy upon application, proofof a rugged Rice eleven at newest attraction must be Mr. Sul- lectric light somewhere' Gosh, If i
I good health, and payment; of Houston, and Texas should slide 111\'an, It w asn't so crowded there )\'e ever reverted back to the dark
own, allowed an even dozen hits, I an extra premium The provision by, guided by the passing and !before, iges what a time he'd have, Se- !

walked four, and fanned four will pay $5,00 a month for running of Bobby Lajne.; iously, Mr Cull has saved plenty i

In the Initial frame, Headden 1 each $1,000 of Insurance For Shining to the West Coast, its Ray Jackson must be the happiest of electricity,
Roberts connected for singles I I further details and rates, contact UCLA and Santa Clara mixing it boy of the week And all because I
jour; Benefits & Insurance up for top honors on the Pacific of the return of one certain .\ And in closing, heres! a little t
and were brought across the plate Officer or the District Benefits I front, UCLA should add another rx-WAVE to Jacksonville Looks thought descended to our feeble
by Qonver line double into left I & Insurance!! Officer in Build- I easy win to its record For the like wedding chimes, eh, Ray* : >rain during one of those dull duty
firtd Only once during the remainder I latches One might entitle it I
ing 807.Filing, other major games in the far west,
of the game did the down- he clash between Southern California I And speaking of chimes, looks .. Ode To A Reserve"
state squad put a scare into the and Stanford should have like Vincent Horne is making the Duet upon a mufHu/M fin"'1),
Jax nine In the fifth Inning Jones' Of Terminal the football fans wide awake. Both fatal mistake, too, Those words, I. While / pondered vnafc and

walked and went to second on a won easily last week, but this one fatal mistake," are just the opinion ecca ry,
sacrifice He advanced! to the hot Leave Forms To Get should be a standoff duel Our tiproes of one man out of countless I ,afllf' one dark thought, of wind
corner sack on an infield out, but to Southern Cal hundreds, girls, so don't be alarmed I and raw .
was left stranded on third as Kennedy n, niv Lord, I'm FROZEN
fhed! to BIAC'kwt'hlE'r in right Underway MondayTerminal AGAIN.

center forms Doctoral don't like the looks of Seems like listeners for the'ridgy .
leave application
Marshal! ) "Rebel UlaiKweUler for service personnel have been 'our husband, Mrs Brown I night Symphonic Hour in Swabbv.: "It would be all right
led off for the locals with a double received by the Station Personnel Mrs Brown: Neither do I, but the library have dwindled If the mess cook would admit it is

to lest field which just missed Office and filing of the blanks will revs good to the children. Ahat'sa matter with youse guys; I soup, He insists it is coffee"
to --------- ---- -
Inches He went -- -
going foul by get under way Monday, it wasannuum'tu
third ona passed ball, and scored .._ -' "ftO'B..I.yrBitrtiHjAH ", SLUGGinr IN THE SHADOWS I
when Hancock pitched his one and ,
hands urged not to re 'sa
were a.
4h5t% -
wild of the afternoon
only pitch
to the office until notified to
port *
Jax was held to their lone tally
do so In the Tlan-of-the-Day Aschedule
until the third frame when they has been established to
ran across three big markers 'u
doubled for the Jax nine, handle a certain number each
order, and different '4
day in alphabetical Mptt -
and scored on Werner's double to alphabetical groups will re- I zr44ek ,
followed Caresio
l''ntH.Vernt'r port in rotation, Personnel Office :
across the dish when Wetzel beltrd -
yeomen will insist in the completion f
out another double to right i
of the forms.
renter He scored rm CrE'w'a bin-
Stragglers will be taken care
gle to left schedule is
of after the entire
They scored one more run in the I. completed The date will be an
fifth when Werner clipped off his nounced later. Officers who were
second hit of the afternoon with former enlisted men will be han

a single to right. Again: Wetzel followed dled, also, after completion of the .a

suit, and the aggressive 4 regular schedule
frost baseman, too, singled to I
light Zayac, left fielder for the
htmls, sent a sizzling single to Racing Car EnthusiastsNow

left, ,srnnng Werner from sec' Part Of Model Club

ond.Every man in the Jax line-up The Aeroneers, Mainwde model

entered the hit column for the airplane club, has absorbed station

aCtriniion Five doubles;, one each model race car enthusiasts into V. ,

bY' Blackwelder, Werner, Oliver,, the organization, it was announ ...
Gareaio and Wetzel, paced the hitting ced this weekPowered s a .
attack for the winners Kay- by the same type of

for, Crews, Coble, Zayac, and miniature engines used in model Aes5

Bennett also figured In the slugfest airplanes, the cars can travel 1 at "; ..
< each racking up a hit to his the astounding speed of 100 mile *',

cram per hour at the end of a fifty-foot .

Including this! game, the NAS cable "
Jax nine have won five games and Chief Hubbard, who started this :4
lout' three Their wily double win branch of the (club has signed: a

was over Miami, but they have car of his own and is!! going to Ff
rnaJkvd up their other wins over make it possible for members of
Whiting Field, Lake City and Fort I the club to build this car at cost, -
LatMteniale St. Simons! of Georgia The club is holding a meeting on
holds the only double win over Monday, 28 October, and nil personnel ---
Field tastedsweet interested in mortel airplanes the Jax nine Whiting over the locals I ', model carp, or any other baseman for the NAS Jax softball nine, pets ready to rVuut one tossed by Hancock of ,Miami. On this l'

when they revenge beat them two weeks kind of htbby, are invited to attend particular pitch, Carenw belted nit a double down the left field line Jax thumped the Miami Fliers

ago here. ; 6-2 for their second win of the season over the down-slate outfit


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thin patriotism/ .. find an rfectwe /- 1

t)., Navy Day utterance.offers" the means to

I that end.NAVY AMUSE EN T
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1 Navy Day, October 27, 1016
:! will find our Navy on its. Sunday -

T routine, with divine worship -

,. ..... scheduled where possible
,... ..' Sine its beginning the Navy *
" I has recogni/ed the value and 1
" Importance of worship.' All of
A, ,\ 1111 seek more satisfactory: and
happier way of living: We AUDITORIUM

, ., : l .r- ," want inner vales that will HIMtaln THURSDAY
., i-r .<" In whatever outward rlr-
c. DANCE, Marvin Scott and his Orchestra. Starts at 2030. ,
j .,,
,'v i ('untfltan( may
, 'r ; .. FRIDAY i
.. have and inonU integrity '
Men religion
. GALLANT BESS, with Jim Davis. Shows at 1730 and 2000.
tested In the crucible
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of war.'e know how
" greatly STRANGE WOMAN, starring Hedy" Lamarr. Shows at 1430, 1730: ,
,',1.41. .. .[ they have affected the liven. of and 2000.

' MARVIN SCOTT AND HIS ORCHESTRA will be featured I Ia la men In year of peace.

series of dances and parties here beginning with a gala Crew', Navy Day Sunday will be a JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM '
Dance at Mainside Auditorium natural Melting for the recognition -
tonight at 2030. His music will be
.:II\ a high spot of three "O" Club affairs during the Navy Day week-end and evaluation of the s Tlnmsu.NU FRIDAY '

and Halloween. A "Navy Day Party" is to be held on Saturday with place the religion anti moral LITTLE IODINE, featuring Marc Cramer. Show at 2000 only.
dinner from ISOOVo 2030 by reservation only. A buffet dinner will !side of our lives should have In SATURDAY

be served at a "Tea Dance Party" from 1800 to 2000 on Sunday. our thinking. Along with our DING DONG WILLIAMS, with Glenn Vernon. Show at 2000 only. r
The "Halloween Dance" next Wednesday is to be a festive affair physical" fitness' and profetmlon SUNDAY

with masks and novelties to be given to all ladies attending. Dinner al training, we need the Inner GALLANT BESS with Jim Davis Show at 2000 only. :

. will be served from 1800 to 2000. discipline of religion.We :\IOND.\Y AND TUt* )AY

" -- -- of the Navy are gratefulfor STRANGE WOMAN starring Hedy Lamarr. Show at 2000 only.
the prayer and support of

:,' Ticket Prices Cut CATHOLIC DISCUSSIONCLUB the religion. leader and worshippers OTHER EVENTS .
In churche andsynagogues
z For Jax Navy GamesWith TO MEET MONDAYIN our through the long f
BINGO 'ItTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
CHAPEL REC ROOMA dark day of World War II. We
,. a view toward making shall continue to need their ATHLETIC \lt-Avallable at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and

the Jax-Navy home footballgssnes Catholic Discussion Club has prayers.It Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, top-
available to side 726 0800-1700 on work days.
a Itrf'atf'rI"Irlion Bldg.
been Inaugurated at NAS which It my earnest. hope that
< of .IdckNon\llle. citizens, MODEL AIRPLANE SlIOl'-Hear of Bldg. 39, 1200-2400
will meet at the recreation room our peoplelll remember us of open
,J: :Navy officials have drastically. and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
between the chapels every Mon the Natal Service in a special daily
:.' slashed the price of ticket. BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation BuildingNo.
day night at 1915 after the Ros- way on Navy Day Sunday. and
., seats, formerly priced that we may have the supportof 3. Alleys open from 1830-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-

';> '' at $i.50 have been cut to ary.Catholic .non-Catholics are their continued prayer aw we I 2100 Saturdays and Sundays. .

\ $I;:3. General admission to the invited to discuss the I keep the sea's.SALTY BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
,.' games has been cut from $1.30 which Y i Comdr. A. J. Rubino extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
are on everyone's im ul per-
No made
to .11) cent change; was 1500.
11It"IIt'1"'t'tl: t.t' in the price of tickets" to "serlcepersonnel. taining to life and religion, the
why and, cause of It, and its benefits I I MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located in
::Ij ,,1 Tne discussion will be led the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel l and

: Free bus transportation to and by Father Bradley, and It will be their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding recep-

from Municipal Stadium will conducted in good man-to-man En- tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
.' continue h) he afforded naval glish. nograph available for use of all hands.
: ; personnel here with the busses
All Catholic LIBRARY-Located on tecond deck of Mainside Recreation Build-
I\\i departing front the corner of Navy women are HUMOR FROM
Mustln and Yorktown prior to urged to come and form aVo- ing No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday

r ty: the! game, and from behind the man's Sodality Club. HERE AND THERE from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
Ninth Stand afterward I Refreshments are to be served SVUMMINU Indoor IIwlmmlng' pool recreational swimming,

as\ i I after the discussion. I a NOT MITII I I 1800-2100.dally, Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.
Detroit ( SEA)--Grover* Uainter 'I I I He: "How many drinks does it Sunday from 1200 to 2100. -
1000 to sunset and
from Sun-
GOLF-Course open daily. Saturday
> er was In the doghouse with his Baltimore (SEA) They may take to make you dizzy ? from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
t wife. But the judge (and his wife) call them "pop" concerts, but at She: "Two and my name is day Golf Course.

won't even let him stay there. His last It became evident what makes Daisy not Dizzy" trunks AN1I0U.caOpel1 prohibited on daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
wife said he in the kennel them bubble The y
slept on.
sym- and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2JOO. Located south of Mason'Field
'' several times after coming home phony "pop" concerts at Balti- 1. A kiss is noun because It la vardJ

ousting Mrs. Bainter's pooch, "Bet-I more had to be discontinued when common and proper. .
and balls are available at the Physical Train-
' ty." The Judge placed Bainter on the attendance fell down during I 2. It is a pronoun because "she" TENS-Racquets
No. 726 and also on Mat area (learner of Muslin and
probation. I I the beer shortage.YOU stands for it. ing Building ,

---- --- I 3. It- In a verb' because" .if. .1i. Yorktown Roads). _

CAN'T WIN By Hough I either active or possessive: -1t Sailor-;: They" -tell me your -- !

I 4. It is an adverb because it wife is outspoken. .
makes an explanation. 2nd Ditto: Oh yeh? By whom ?
5. It is a conjunction because it .

brings together and connects. Heaven protects the working girl Bulletin

6. It Is: an interjection becauseit But Heaven, we fear, is shirking; I
shows strong and sudden feeling For who protects, we'd like to Itiillt'tlns will be awepte/l until
know I space has he..*n filled but n., laker

7. It U a preposition because it The sailor she U working ? I than 1000 TiK-H.Uy. Est HIM.:

has an object FOR SALE:

3. It U fun too. Did you ever City Hall Clerk: "What kind of ID.tti: hunt with ralio 11..1| hwaUr. good

ll try it ? N.Women's license do you want ? a hunt- condition UXt Ciimlwil.nl, HII'JH I.
Plymouth u ssl l tranaiMirtallon tonUrt -
; JOINT ing license ?" U. UK;* E I'. Mitt Hjn ar 114,
+ Chief "No. I've been hunting VSH. i. n. tun*.
faults are many: H,..', bicycle. $15 14.14A; (hilda St.
Men have only two- long enough. This time \ want a Rsd,"*I.h'"lrll..h eonbutstion 1.ble ..1-.1I
Everything they marriage license." "I.! u...hl very Ii It I... 2UJ Si.' July.. A'"".
L say Phin 7-IUI.
xx 3'1 ors And everything they do.Women's I Philc'O, radio amall aiM. Cull MAA of
The Navy Department wired a Harrark O, OI1It. !U711.
'Move heaven Coal I or wool .niriMilatin, htfattr, in ou captain:
clothes: should be like I eondition. 4744 Kin ahnry .SL.Several .
an editorial -long enough to cover and earth. Get here Friday." I Iar4* I.e.. faHnu: 114th lit. in
becoming W...,'onnHtt. Phone 2-4747.
Just as they were
the subject, and short enough to .P.O. T'MH-iiat with <tarhal>U Ii aii. silo
sustain the Interest anxious they received this reply: I M. A-l ...,,,.Iitl.1.1'1.. Ullltf Uiliha, Af.,
Xt: \ 1S 'ter{,e? ? r! t y "Raised hell Arriving Thursday." IVwvy1 Park
R.li."h.rlluh combination, tahl" mo<)-
Father: "So you intend to mar I al. 3 iMrl Hlair St., IMw..y Park tail
(On Telephone) after 17D<). t
, ry my daughter ? Do you drink, He: Hello Mabel, I come Civvi.s, wail I a"it. only worn twice. 1 li liiMII
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young wixd yHrihld raincnat .1| iivrrpoat -
Young Man: "Yes, thanks butlet's over tonight? miss H ISI7H R.n.III.h( Mt, ('hicfPrim -,
She: Sure Bill, 'c'mon over. *.
this other matter
get settled
He: But this: isn't Bill.
first One double room for rmipU or tw.t men,
\ This isn't Mabel either
: In private' horntf. K\l 'lollwoii.lvr.
c'mon over. Kurniahnl; room with kitrhon trivilt'..pahharon .
., And around NAB Jax there's I 812. M"' I'll.' Rv"r.i.I., See. I. L.
.. Sh"I' 'Mt' A *i R
. ,' many a stern look cast at gals in Cat No. 1: "I've got a husband

. .: r slacks who spends all his money on me. I WANTKD
Ride from Mth A Itlv.l IM- Pearl 8t. &
Feline No.2: Stop it, dearie, BI".!. "G 1 N",S. W,,,'ki nor hour (HOtt to
Ensign: "Remember, everythingyou you're making me jealous. HID: Ext. 8501 or 8-I4MW, Mrs.

q; "(lee, you look to distinguished In your civvies I'll bet yon say will be held against you." No. 1 : You should be: It's your Ri.lrt Hrook from Perk A Mallory to NAH fur

;! "live an Important Job out at the base. | S2: "Betty Grable." husband. f.Mir Kirl. Workmit, hour 04DI' ) .to 111.111.
__ .__ ___ __ u -- -- ----,- Ext HO Tlynn
Hi.I.from M: Johns A Rowovult to NAS.
r STALEMATE his Working hiaira OSOD .to Hit Ext. 684,
Uy iiamid Jones, si Apple Eye j Mr. 1I..t., o .
Sh..I tun of any type. Chief Mwruk t.Two l'
751) F
NICE !I or three 1-ilro.irn. hnose or mmrlnlcnt, ',
r ,
i STEMS rvnGr ,, eSmoorrICZIv/ furnmhiKi ur partly furninhw.1, for imvaliifflor.
.._._ 3HApti = I wilt, ...,) U-yi-Hr-olJ; aon. Ext
(17J or coil!! i-IU H.
Room Hnil noanl, or am.ill sP.rtment, for
workitiK* mother and U-yi'tir-olU xm
': Julia Norton./ 74501.IAfliT. t.

, CoM pUUMl lo,'knt with tai act, minus :
.\ chain, on atation bus or UHWU..U t'i.nmiaaHry .
Stoi.. and' Hoyt Mt. Notify J.
M. L u hln, ARMJc. Hangar ill.
kiAa WO--MA White. f<..,kiT imnii'l, don ta" number .
7I.V4H It found, please' rvtura U II2tAAII..gh.ny I '
r K l .-' VA ) Two Short Mnortor IU huv. '<,
|MN turned 1 Into the O. O. '. offur,
, ( NA1T!' Own r ran cUim .....,...l.iiluriUfyiiitf l.' .1:11. :
, i thorn, ell" at U. U. ".'. "(,
fio. '
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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 24 October 1946

Letters To The EditorDear IT'S A TOUGH LIFE

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editorial Office In view of the letters recently publishedin

South Wing Loner Deck, Bldg. 930 the Jax Air News, I'm submitting this. lEo

feJepuone Extension S542: Even though this is the Twentieth Century
Arthur M. Greene, Editor
there is still such a thing as common
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the courtesy and respect for fellowmendon'tforget
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no
expense to the government and in compliance with
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 May 1945. Copiesare I know that the majority of Naval personnel
distributed free of" charge at the Naval Air are ladies and gentlemen. It is onlyto

Station the Naval Air Technical Training Center, the few obviously obnoxious people who
of the Naval Air Advanced Train-
the Headquarters
believe drink and ,boisteYousnes
ing ,Command Headquarters of the Seventh Naval heavy
District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, makes them worldly that this is addressed. If

the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval everyone on the station would take timeout

Hospital. and visit what they might consider
Rear Admiral Ralpb E. Duvlion J.r
Commandant, Seventh Naval DistrictChief "those dull places," the hobby shops, recreation };: ;
of Naval Air Advanced Training
and welfare facilities, the station libraryand

Captain Jacksonville Anthony R. Brady Naval,Air USN.Station Commanding chapel, they might discover that there i- f' H. aJ2

are other as interesting and exciting thingsin
Captain Howard V. Hopkins, USN Commanding
life and
Naval Air Technical training Center as whistling at women getting -

drunk . I dare you to give it a try. h
I, Captain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN. Commending ,
U. S. Naval Hospital A Reader.
Captain F. W. Friedman. USNR, Commanding
.Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
I Poetic LicenseLOVE I .
Li Col. Alexander A.Marine Vandegrlft BarrackiI Jr., USMC. Commanding 0

('......Ir. Jules F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding LORE '-
Naval Air Gunnery Ranve Talk to her of moonlight, and

Lt. William H. Loon..,. Jr., USN, Commanding The night's blue-silvered wings,
Naval Auxiliary Air :Station: Cecil Field
And the beauty of the stars, I' "Her mother.Mi her for me to mind while she went chopping-, .

Curt.Marine Alexander Aviation M. DetacnmentThe Hearn, USMC And other r'off things; 20 3 ears ago."

Tell ner tnat you Jove
JAX AIR NEWS receives Shtp't Editorial Association ma
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without The night wind's whisperingsAnd
Vermiulon of SEA, Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any the sweet cool kiss it givesA I BOOK SHELFThis I
other matter, except by tervlc publication, It prohibited
without permlwion of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. ]la atmosphereAnd -
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she'll whirl away and leave week the Station Libraryhas .
You, sailor-loving the night air! a number of books of special shy
Interest to sports fans and specta
Admiral Russell H. Waesche tors. THE FIELD AND STREAM hKiri'KK EDGE
By M'S)2c)
When her
lips ,
say READER Is a collection of hunt-
A in the weather
Retired former Commandantof change a
USCG, "No, no'don't you dare," ing, fishing, and outdoor stories. change in the scene. From now on
the United States Coast Guard, There ale tales on hunting everything
And her eyes say there'll be a change in me. Ah,
died on 17 October at the Naval'Medical "Won't dear?" from a duck to a walrus, i yes, changes.
and there included not only
Center, Bethesda Md., and A sailor doesn't wait How's uniform practice coming,
dissertations on the beauty of outdoors -
was buried Monday in Arlington National Around and guess- but also a hunter's guide, a girls A ?tentative date of 29 October

Cemetery.A He knows a girl warning to novices, and a recipe has been set for the WAVES picnic

natural great administrator in Is saying '.'Yes." for health enthusiasts. The au- I this month. A fine chance to
thors contributors
are regular
time of peace, and a distinguished -M. McDermon, Supply Dept. Field and Stream Magazine.: I I meet around all and these new people we see
to get acquainted. It
leader in time of the Coast :
-*- Edwin Valentine Mitchell'sGREAT promises to be fun.
Guard under his immediate direction n .__ FISHING STORIES It's just around the corner. Have
progressed, expanded, and achieved range in subject matter from you thought of Xmas? Gifts,
accomplishments unsurpassed in its angling in Scotland to big-game cards, etc. Your Craft Shop has
fishing off the Florida coast. To been stocked with leather goods
history. With rare devotion to ad- 1aIfljar ( quote Philip Wylie one of the contributors for you. For what? For you to
vancement of public interests, he : "Fishing is our national make some lovely gifts. Anything
gave unstintingly to the successful 1Vieuus f rnnlSk tki\ sport Far more money is spent you'd like. Purses, picture frames
prosecution of the war and carried by anglers on their favorite pur- billfolds cigarette cases etc. Your
suit than is expended by the friends would really like them.
on until his health collapsed. crowds which patronize the so- Drop in for ideas on your Xmas

, Both the nation and the service called spectator sports of baseball, cards. We'll be glad to be of as
boxing etc. These stories by fa- sistance.
have been enriched his labors and
by "Every dollar you spend is a vote for mous authors make the perfect Have you noticed the way
he has left a heritage of inspirationto something." A man spends his money only collection for all who, when they "Butch" Glover has those kittens
those who follow him. can't fish, like to read about It
I trained? When she calls "Chowdown" -
for those things which he considers necessary ,
Nash Buckingham's GAME they know exactly what
and, beyond necessities, for those BAG is a collection of sketches of she's talking about. Their names
things which he likes. Therefore, an accurate -: days afield by a man who is acrack I are terrific. Four kittens all black

Results :i way to determine a person's philosophy wing shot, field trial judge, but one. A striped one named
Magic Carpet
1 ardent conservationist, sportsman, "Whiskey Sour" is followed by
of life his real religion and his character is
and the three black called "Stone
capable raconteur. It should ones
(SEA)-Nearly 3,500,000 servicemenwere to analyze his expenditures. Leaving out of prove of great interest to sports- Cold," "Singapore Sing" and, last

returned to the United States from consideration for the moment the basic ne- but not least, "Vodka". Ah, yes

, Pacific areas by ships of the "Magic Car- cessities of food, clothing, and shelter, we men.Arthur R. Macdougall, Jr., has Mama Glover has done a splendid

pet" and aircraft of the Naval Air Transport can safely say that the things for which we written DUD DEAN AND HIS job.Davey Crockett in for
service prior to the Navy's 20 August de- spend our money provide the only sure in- hunting COUNTRY by,a tales fly-rod of expert.fishing Dud anal visit with friends dropped this week. Residing

mobilization date. dex to the kind of person we are. When we Dean is the grand old Maine guideon in Norfolk now, the had to

Rear Admiral William M. Callaghan, spend our money for something we are giving the Kennebec River. To :Mr come back for another taste of this
chief Naval Macdougall, he is as real "all Florida weather. Davey does
USN, of Transportation. 'Serv a part of our life to that something. as
things to civilian! clothes. But nice.
the best of Yankee fellowship and
ice, described the operation a's "one of the Money represents life. My money is my all the years of my fishing up and The WAVES basketball team Is

great mass movements in history" becauseof life. It represents the means of my obtain- down the state." Some of these still shy about six players. Comeon

the number of personnel involved, the ing those things which make life possiblefor yarns have appeared in many of you gals who have played in

tremendous distances of the Pacific, and the me. A judge sentences a criminal with, the sporting magazines and have high school college or Navy! Lendus
a hand. For further Information"call
been popular with fishermen.
short time in which it had to be done. "
"Thirty dollars or thirty days. If he hasn't Irving T. Marsh is the editor of ext. 8289. Let's hear that
In all, 1,892,758 Navy, Marine Corps and the money, then the state takes thirty daysof the BEST SPORTS STORIES OF phone ring. You don't like to call

Coast Guard personnel and 1,603,353 Army his life. But if he has the thirty dollars, 945: a collection of the cream of Then report to the mat at Yorktown -"
personnel were returned by the Navy. In newspaper and magazine sports and Muslin Monday or Wed
the state accepts that in lieu of his time. stories for the spectator fan. nesday at 1730. Let's gol!
addition the Navy returned 63,750 civilian Both the money and the time, however, are There are also included the year's

workers, prisoners of war, war brides and his life. Money is important, because it rep- best> photographs of sports activi- Simne&erwraAt i i

dependents of servicemen. Aircraft brought resents life.Therefore. ties.BATTER

back 122,178 of the total. and this is.. the point of this UP by Jackson Scholz
i tells about Marty Shane, who the Station Chapela, Birmlnt>*.
At the of the movement in Decem-
I peak particular article, when we ,give our moneyto could have broken into professional Road and M..tin Avenue
" ber 1915 a total of 532 ships with a com- charitable organizations or to people in baseball the easy way. However Protestant

I: bined capacity of 865,101 passengers made need, we are giving a part of our life to another he was not inclined to take 0730 1800--Holy Friday Communion in the Small Chapel Chaplain
up the "Magic Carpet." Only 12 troopships person whose life is in some sense in- orders from his brother, so he E. W, Andrew
found himself a position with the 0980 NATTC Service! ChntJain I;. W.
remain in the Naval Transport service. They -
complete. Furthermore, to have money and Bantams, a minor league outfit, Andrew
. are transporting overseas dependents of men to refuse (either wilfully or thoughtlessly) where he discovered he had a lotto Sunday Sihool. Small Cha1'<''l.
Jn occupation forces."Nobody's. to give to those who are in need (for exam- learn the hard way before he 0930-Chaplain W. R. Stevenson,
could make good. This one is for 1043-Divine! Service!-Chaplain F. L.
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ple, children in Europe and Asia who are those who like sports novels. Albert.

Business"SEA"It's hungry and who will starve unless America The BASEBALL REGISTERfor OTOO-Maii. Catholic .

shares out of her abundance) is to be responsible 1946 contains the life story of 0900-Man.
( nobody's damn business for their misery and possible deathas Steve O'Neill, lists each major 1100-Ma...
where we We will anywhere we league club's outstanding team Fellowship lour
go. go surely as if we had killed them with our An Outdoor Nursery for smell rlill-
please," said Fleet Admiral William F. Hal- present day players, managers, dren U maintained between 0900
hands. -
own coaches, and major 'league umpires and 1200.
sey, Jr., USN, in answer to criticism from Money means life. "Every dollar you as well as former stars. Jewish Religious Service and

Moscow about visiting of Greek and other spend is a vote for something." FOOTBALL FACTS AND FIG

European ports by U. S. warships. Admiral -Chaplain W. R. Stevenson. URES by L. H. Baker., Here in NAVY DAY
Halsey made it clear that he was speakingof one volume are the answers to all CATHOLIC PROGRAM

free water or foreign ports to which the tion of the Greek people" for the late Presi- and disputes where.as to Who who has, how the, better when, 21 October Sunday 194C
U. S. Navy was invited. dent Roosevelt. groundgalning record Red FEAST OF CHRIST
Direct cause of the Communist state- Admiral Halsey recently completed a six Grange Tommy Harmon or Sink- THE KING

ments was the arrival of the USS FranklinD. weeks' goodwill tour of South America, dur- wich? Who was the winner of the 0700 ..

Roosevelt (CVB-42)), the USS Little ing which he received high decorations from first Rose Bowl t game. and so on. MASSES 0900 Hlgl.

Rock (CL-92), the USS Cone (DD-86G), the Cuba, Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Frankfurt, Germany (SEA) EVENING 1100 DEVOTION ....
USS New (DD-818)), the USS Corry (DD- Panama, Ecuador and Guatemala.The American beer bottles will help 0730

817), the USS Noa, (DD-8.t1)) and the USS Roosevelt is scheduled to make other nurse lealth.European babies back to Rosary
The bottles the
Warrington (DD-843)) to Greek ports. The courtesy calls at Naples; Piraeus, MaltaA1-. type on which German were rubber only nipples Sermon ,

visits were occasioned by the "great admira- I giers, Tangier and Casablanca. could be fitted. ,Benediction ,



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j ,24 October 1946 CIVILIAN JAY AIR NEWS NEWS Five
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I .
WORKS Vote For Five Board

" The Employees

In response to the question asked Employees of NAS and NATTC on 31

.41 last week, Evelyn Thomas of October to select five new directors for As-

the tool room writes, "To relieve stated this week in Heads of
it ,
fellow in the ,
of the
the R.
+: sheetmetal shop, I would like to Departments No. 43-46, signed by

.' state that there Is nothing at all
between Nick and me. But I am a y.IIS BradyMembership of the Board rotates year.

anxious to know why this fellowis Although members serve a two- Miimaii -
I understand he I
so curious is
year term, one group I Il
has a wife In Tampa. I each The coming election

C. A. Skillern (Typewriter Shop) ; ; will be year.for the purpose of replac- i ? Y

lost his bet with :Mr. Turner ing five members whose terms ex-

Thursday when he became the pire this month-two from Assem- >
father of, a 5'4 pound boy. C. L. bly and Repair and one each from } '

Davis, also of the TypewriterShop Supply, Public Works, and the
. Is back after being with his J, General Group. It:

.', \ .mother during* her recent illness I The Board of Directors consistsof ..
1.. Mr. Richie has been working on nine members, two each from M
; > / ; 6SGr Public Works, Supply, and the By 1)EElt
beginring; ;: u General Group, and three from the

them. A: t v t I Assembly and Repair Department. fielder scored for
'!'.le-Paint 1)110P'a: & a new mascot v I In the General Group are NAT- the who
a little black kitten., Anyway, S TC, Executive Department, Avia- the first last game
at present it's black. Mr.: Sumner # e tion Training, Inspection, Commu- of the Well, he is

,(Paint Shop) Is back from a family nication, Physical Training and Wally of Wallace
& reunion in Georgia. There were 4I Welfare, Enlisted Personnel Office Moses of

approximately 150 present. Mr. *St s. Medical Department Indus- This is ;year in
Sumner said that his father comes SS. s s >t trial Relations, and the Yard De- the

from a family of 21 full brothers partment.The Mr. three other

:. and sisters. That Is a record in one members to be replaced are sons, all whom he is _

county in Georgia, but it sounds K. M. McDuffie, Supply; F. H. justly Captain
,'. more like a national record. sor- McKinley, Public Works; M. C. Harry pilot of a
ry td hear Mr. Lahay Is still ill. Jackson and C. E. Field, Assembly B-17 In Corps. He

'. Pee Wee Wood is helping out in and Repair; and W. O. Kincald, was a in a Ger-.
months.He .
the tool room while J. S. Shawis General Group. Those remainingin man 18

ill. He surely seems to be enJoying -.... office are J. F. Nettles, Public was in Vidalia -
it. Bill Lukas just finished The PUBLIC WORKS CHEMICAL LABORATORY is respons- Works; J. Fagan, Assembly and father has

_' serving his apprenticeship in the ible for testing the water supply at NAS. Tests are made of boiler Repair; Florine S. Gannaway, Gen- I just wedding

tool room and is now working in water, drinking water, and water softeners to insure that it is up to eral Group; and F. R. Gardner, His Moses, a
the Machine Shop.W. chemical standard. Shown making a hardness test of water taken Supply. staff the Medical

A. Dauphin (Transportation) from one of the softeners is E. K. Fabrick, left, supervisor of the Voting will be by secret ballot Corps, spent eight
Abbott right is making a sulphate test on boiler will be' required months in Germany
'., has taken up the game of golf to lab. Rosemary and each employee
: see if It will improve his disposition water. Not in the picture is Mary Lee McCrackan Y2c, who makes to mark his own ballot. Em- His Lt. Jack
bacteriological tests on swimming pool water and water distribution Public Works Moses, on a na-
he's nearly nuts worrying ployees In Supply,
: ;
,, about the reduction in force and systems. The work of the lab is not confined to NAS but it and the General Group will chooseone val vessel Pacific area
declaring equipment surplus. Dur does work for outlying fields. They are als* responsible for making candidate from among the Only 23, to Georgia -

ing his first lesson he hit his foot solutions for control checks In power and water plants. slate of nominees, whereas em- Tech, will soon receive

,:' instead of the ball, but he really ployees of the Assembly and Re- a .
: good
.. his lessons women. Some people put on a will select two
expects to continue pair Department
;f. audience!!! Inspecting
after recuperating from his first. act, In front of an the of- candidates. Time of voting and Bill by his!
_. bells in
;. More wedding location of the ballot boxes will Control
In Transportation, Joe Kempaand Abbott (Lab) finally TheInspectors fellow
:'. R. J. Hogan are enjoying a fing. Rosemary said "Yes" for the 29th of be announced by the Election Su- with a 9th at The

15-day leave in Pennsylvania. i The wedding will take pervisor of each group. At the Pines. present,
: Mott is on 15-day leave in this month. luck close of the election, the ballot including .and
Johnny Lots of ana
o Carolina and the fellows I place In Norfolk. boxes will be sealed and will be and They enjoyed .
North boy
\ Rosemary. personnel of the Inspection
set of happiness, The entire counted before the Civilian Person- conversation,
he bought a
t recently
say work the and a great
hard Department
lot of
bells. i After a nel Officer. mainly -
Must wedding and few
rings. mean a
;. J. Beaver is going to take the big power plant crew has in everything- host of friends in the Assembl saddened ;- Employees nominated by the by Lt.bucks.,4.) and Mr.
and repaired preparation and Department
step in December The girl's name cleaned Repair Board of Directors to fill the five Bennett was masterof
: months. death of Wal-
for the winter by the sudden ,
suffered Julius deR. Quina, event
is Rita. I. B. Weldon aI' vacancies are
, :\ head-injury recently, but doesn't Not everyone was happy over lace L. Still last Wednesday. ball W. L. Catrette; R. J. Mikes, O. E. was the Reiter, a
r ,' of the World Series. Still was held in high esteem ; G. L.
seem to mind it too much. In fact the outcome Spurlin, F. D. Warren, and take-off" ones.
. ;}:,: he just loves to go to sick bay. One person who was is Betty of his fellow workers. King of the Assembly and Repair a hilari-
t Better think about your head, Johnson (Files). She really did a Comdr. B. C. Cottingham, the Department; T. F. Andreu, J. G. ous time Control it }
':; '' Weldon, and be mindful of those lot of collecting last week. She newest addition to the officer per Mills, B. G. Dockrell, L. E. Cheat planning for the fu-

"" gold bars. You fellows in the garage had a bet on with just about ev- sonnel of the Department, ha ham, and W. O. Mills, Publi<

.1.ffl..j.4 .. shouldn't be so sure that eryone in the Ad Bldg. Wonder joined the Bowling Team and Works Group; R. D. Pinney, J. ture.Polly (Inventory I

:.:, Godfrey Leggett Little, Jr., is shy what would have happened if the I made his "debut" last Friday nigh T. Tribble, Helen Styron, and Ar whose just returned

Ii'h and bashful when it comes to Red Sox had won? when the team played at the> thur M. Greene, General Group; from the ", spent a
Southside Bowling Alleys. Othe E. T. Forrest, A. W. Allen, R. K second down Miami

members of the team gladly welcomed Brown, and J. B. Inabinet, Supply and Fort way. She

T: bWE 27L Comdr. Cottlngham< claims exciting time
each of to
once again we urge you and IN MEMORY OF ANZIO chasing the Everglades -
attend these bowling games .. chase people I
AROUND 'ff- support the Inspection Depart When machine guns stop'their that but when
:. A DEngineering
-=- .. I ment Bowling Team!II chatter, Polly that is news
>c\\.-by Fred ICllne .. n I I O. A. Henry, supervising inspec And the cannons stop their roar, She has scan
Lassie has com I tor, Interim Overhaul, one of the And you're back in dear old to prove
don't believe it, just, few days ago as SpXED2c.( ) Wel- many inspectors the Department Blighty, Collier
t If
home. you I lost by the reductloninforcemovement In your favorite pub once more.
come aboard, Mary. Contract) off osten-
ask me. Arthur Blan says he doesn't con- When the small talk is all over, (
r.- column have
last week's Also we sibly for She said her
to I
In reply to work place tales start to flow
1Wt' absence by Ton chette, Sic, who is a messenger template going any I And the war schedule blan-
: written in my the first of the com- the lot telling
"; in Engineering until around You can cap by
fine job, People
', he did a for Engineering. kets on : wood-
:McLaughlin, I didn't even see call him Shorty, but ;I ing year. He plans to go up tc Of the Fight at Antto. work on varnishing
the way
I too by and
Maine for a real hunting trip
the be
except on think that might floors on and then do-
a steak in Wichita, Ole Salt. How about that, when he returns he plans to takea Let them bum about the deserts,
is strictly vege Wolf or ing her Oh,
That place
f hoof. ? trip South-there to enjoy the Let them brag about Dunkirk, '
tarian. of the "a- Shorty sun and the great sport of fish I Let them brag about the jungle, boy, at really be
Has everyone heard En Administration and Personnelby ing. Best wishes to you, Olin in I Where the Japanese did lurk; needing
ball" which hangs around in Mal Butler-Hey! Heyl Another whatever you undertake.C. Let them talk about their campaign Public is gladto
:- ... gineerlng? If not, ask Jack Silver week is about over and the de- R. Phillips, former inspectorin I have back from

., for details. lie seems to know.division partment Is running normally; the Machine Shop, had most And their medals till they're red, her in Jacksonville

I We have a man in our asa again. welcome visitors a week ago Sun You can put the lot in silence i spend
'who has taken up carpentry How many of youse guys and day. His daughter, son-in-law, and When.you mention the Beachhead vacations BO why
needs ,
1 S hobby. Now If anyone building any; gals are going to take the oppor granddaughter from Daytona can't interesting

estimates on the cost of a Confidentlally tunity of going to the bang-up,, Beach were his guests. Incidentally You can tell of Ando Archie, i town: we

just ask Paul Carman. Jam-up 'celebration at the George Mr. Phillips? another one of And the fortress when the Huns. i Public was in-
that number
<1 you can take Washington Hotel on 1 November the inspectors the Department lost Used to ask us out for breakfast terested a recent Sunday -
;" square It, then multiply it bj; for the going-away party to be by the reduction-in-force move As they rubbed against our guns of Dorothy

two to get the cost. given Captain Braxton Rhodes 1? ment, transferred to the Assem I You can talk of night patrolling Isaacs: The
three new
This week we had Engineering Let's all get together and give bly and Repair Engineering Divi They know nothing of at home, I occasion marriage.

I ;men transferred of to Birmingham, him a 40 send-off. sion. He assumed his new duties And tell them that you learned itOn Elmo ) resigned

; Albert Tuggle electric shop We were happy to see :Mattie Monday, October 21st. We sincerely the Beachhead south of Rome. October the teaching -
,">t1 ,Ala. came from the Civil Service Wood back to work Wednesday hope you like your new position

t.M: _.'and has been with How's drafting, morning. We hope your eyes con Mr. Phillips, and our good You can tell them how the Huns
{, ." for three years tinue to get better so you won't wishes follow you. Tried to break us with attack, I

I $ }',....,..:" Al? Hall from Jacksonville have to take any more time off, A. R. Gazay, civilian messenger Using tanks, bombs and /Zawic-
Herbert has been throwers A hand and
from RadioRadar. We missed you. for the Department a
:<. .- was transferred that Jax gets a representative Barbara :Merck came to work transferred: to duties in the Avia- And how we hurled them back. lay or infected
t' It seems there some way. Before Monday with a banged-up hand. tion Supply Department.The You can tell them how we took it, and A doctor examined -
In welcomes the'ollowing And dished it out as well and
to work at NAS, he When asked what happened, she Deparment explained
coming that great team, said she was horseback riding new additions: R. O. low we thought it was a picnic, has become
was attached and thrown. Now that you Johnson, ACM, Metals and Accessories And Tedeschi called it Hell. : ;
The has to get a got
i the AAF. Navy boys some have become of age, Barbara, even Division; F. W. Herrick, ausing: of the ero- ,- ..
hold on these Army AM3c Metals and Accessories G. And when ,your tale is finished but be
is glad to have the horses are afraid of you. Only ; jytes, can materially -
way. Engineering kidding, glad you weren't hurt. M. Milhcan, ACRM, Radio-Radar; And going time is near, ; frequent submersion -

you, Herb. Engineering group Yesterday, during lunch, we hada W. B. Stevens, AMMH), Aircraft Just fill your pipe again, lads, sulphate
Also in the H K. Hollis ACOM And finish beer. '
;, Trescot. Before heated bridge game between ; up your lolutlon. charge
,/: we have Charles he Time Section and Administration, Ordnance Installation. J. H. Lane, Then order up another if vas ten
electronics ,
Joining the group ACMM, and K. E. Derrington, You want before you go, I ITo
attached to Aviation Train and our old stand-by, :Miss Brooks, A few the garage
,"' ing was as an electronics instructor brought Time Section in as winner ACM, were transferred from Interim the boys that fought beside nan's from out
to Metals and Accessories
other than Mr. Qui- Inspection you "
for almost six years. Nice going, against none font, out here with
; and E. O. Schneider, the beach at Anzio.'het .
g, Chuck, and keep up the good na.We saw Mr. Quina sitting with AEMlc, also transferred from Interim -By Charles PubliclWorkl. a flat" I dot"
absence of
i work.it' .
his head in hands and asked what Inspection to Aircraft Over- Metal Shop, .
Now to get to the naval person- haul. by the
a native was the ,matter. lie said, "Once
i nel. We of have Long Mary Beach, California. there was a man shortage and I L. E. Jordan and E. O. Carter, (SEA)-More than 26,000 ex- Which compressed object
with the Sub-Assembly servicemen and women have
t but Formerly gone
here now
from home, was the only man "
You're a long way hissitate, answered -
eJ have been transferredto into business for themselves with
have started to come Inspection,
She has been that the boys .
j '1:, aren't you, Mary I don't stand achance Final Inspection, Aircraft Over- G. I. loans, the Veterans Administration "and charge /
: with the Navy for 18 months and back, just revealed. him ten
..t.. :'J st!! ,joined the drafting section a any more-woe is m*:. haul Group.

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CHIEFS TO BECOME New Senior Medical i

'JFT rwtJr a a \ .s. I

1 MUSCLE BUILDERSA Officer Reports For ,

.\ new enlarged Off Duty Ath-:: I Duty At NATTC
letic Program for the entire Avi-

I ation Fundamental school has: Capt. Dickinson Was On
been worked out by the Physical :

Training Division and approvedby I Duty In Pearl Harbor At
WHRT TO DO! WHERE TO GO! the Commanding Officer.
Things will start moving along in Outbreak Of War In 1941 By COMDR.: ROBERT P. BKKBB

a big way for the AF school with There are some changes comingup
G. W. Dickinson MC
Capt ( )
that will be of interest to all
Chiefs acting as "Muscle Builders" -
MOVIE SCHEDULE USN has taken over his duties as :I
hands. The main one affects the
for the new Navy.
the Senior Medical Officer at the
NATTCTIIUKSDAY The program will start Nov. 10, : NATTC Dispensary. Prior to reporting beer garden. This will be moved
location to the
of this year, and end on January : for duty here, he was from its present
CRIME DOCTOR'S MAN HUNT with Warner Baxter in the area
15, 1947. As explained by Lt. Ale I Senior Medical Officer at the Ship's Service building
and Ellen Drew. Shows at 1400 1730 and 2000. len W. Sweeten, O-in-C PT Divi- Navy Receiving Station In Brooklyn at present occupied by the hostess

FR1HAY-TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST with Alan Ladd sion, it will include nine different I N Y., which station also acted House. The Hostess House as such

and Brian Donlevy. Shows at 1400 1730, 2000. sports Touch Football, Volley as a Separation Center for the j has been closed, having served but Jta not
Ball, Bowling, Softball, Badminton -'past six months.At purpose during the war

J YeIJowValer Tennis, Boxing, Golf, and the outbreak of the war In being needed under present condi

Swimming In every one of these I December, 1941, Capt. Dickinson tions. The so-called Petty 'Officers

TIIURSDAY-NO SHOW. sports mentioned, it is expectedto I was on duty at the Naval Air Club which was opened and which'was in the Auditorium ,of;
have eight teams that will Station in Pearl Harbor and had I recently,
FRIDAY AM SvriTRlY-I'VE ALWAYS LOVED YOU, with par I actually a club but an extra'
I never
ticipate. I orders to leave on December 8th
Maria Ouspenskaya and Philip Dorn. recreation room, is .closed TheChaplain's ,
for Wake Island.
Chief Petty Officers will organ- The turn of
I 'Offices will be moved
ize teams in their respective classes 1 events cancelled the orders and he I II _
I I to this area ioU give; more room for .
an* see to it that their teamor I s : the Ship's Service and inv the

1IUBUY SHOP Monday through Friday, 1700- teams will be on time for the Chaplain's Office there will be incorporated -

2130, Saturday, 1300-2130. New location in Bldg. 414, scheduled events. It is planned to a small reception roo T

Wing No. 1. Instructors on duty for leather craft, divide the program into two parts, that will be available for visito..,
A and B. The A section
ext -
model airplanes. "A ,.. _, ..._ to meet the men they have como
HALL 1730-2130. Outdoor 'uu Hunt LIIC second through the : to see.
IJEER: -Open nightly
fifth week
and section B will begin
>> and inside areas. Sandwiches and snacks available. with the sixth week and end The reason for all this is boundup
IUW LINO-Six alleys behind Ship's Service available In the ninth week. Each team I'' In the fact that some time in
to all personnel Monday through Saturday, ticipating will I the future we wilt have to use
automatically receive 1
5 points, and the winning I' I galley two for a mesa hajl again
if set your own pins and it is not 'Considered
1700-2130. Free bowling you team will receive 10 additional I I
lOc a line for pin boys. I points These points will be tal- to get dug in too deeply there

MODEL Aml'I.\ E CLUB-NATTC AlnUlea) led at the end of each week and with the beer hall. Consolidationwith
Meets Saturday morning at 1030 in Auditorium Bldg. r results posted. the Ship's Service will be an
advantage from the service angle
BALLROOM DANCE CLASS-Every Monday and Two candidates from each class though the rules for the beer
Wednesday at the Hostess House Classes from \ will act as officials in the games. hall'will not be changed.
The men .appointed for this purpose The
1900 to 2100. ruling on civilian
will attend an official's Clinic clothing is a big break for the

SWUI\IING-AU: ( Outdoor Pools Closed). Indoor under the supervision of the PT men in regard to keeping themIn

Pool Bldg. 614, Recreational Swimming. Monday division. .' I their possession on the station.
This i is
something new for the
1200. Monday
0900 to
Tuesday, Wednesday. Friday
Navy and I hate
r never seen it
through Friday, 1800 to 2015.: Saturday 1000 to 1200, 5.jJatej I tried before on a base. You may

1300 to 1600, 1700 to 2015. Sunday 1200 to 1600 1700 be sure the one thing that will

queer the deal for all hands is (ignoring
to 2015.
\ .
of the letter of the rules
By Corp. James P. Davis, Jr.,
-_...- by some of the same bunch that
I MUMC-Anyone interested In Joining the NATT USMC remained at Pearl gets
Harbor in
The art of fly-casting is the for ten everyone trouble by trying
Cats Orchestra, contact T. F. Raye at Barracks 465. / to the highest degree %" enJoyment more months. Following his returnto to get by with things. The regu
the States he reported for duty lation specifically provides that
Located in Auditorium. in the field of fresh water
to commission the Naval Air Station civilian clothing may be worn on
Angling. It is real to
Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 0300 to cast your plugs or troll pleasure spinners at Patuxent River :Md. i the base to and from the Main
In }March of 1914 the Cate when going on, or returning
Capt re-
and Sun end but
1230 to 2100. Saturday spoons lightly placing an
2100. Wednesday from liberty. Over
aboard the
ported the USS Ticonderoga week-end
artificial fly on the water and then
day, 1230 to 2100. have a geyser of water erupt whena I and assisted in putting her in I three men were caught in the
AlHLlillO GEAR Available at Gear Locker, hard-hitting bass or trout has commission He remained aboard. Ship's Service in civvies and when _
I until the ship was struck two they come to mast
Physical Training Department, Bldg. 513. struck and feel the rod bend by I they are going
Kamikaze planes off the coast of have a lot of explaining to
sharply into an arc ah! pal, I
UOXINO-Bmokers held regularly. Anyone in- Formosa 21st A word to the
I on January 1945.: wise, etc., etc.
worth for
that is
something living:
t terested in participating, contact Chief Al Sinibaldi if there is nothing else tinder the For the service he rendered dur- I If you want to keep those clothes .
of the P.T. Department. ing and after this action, he was in your locker see that the privil
sun awarded the Silver Star, and also ege is not abused by your shipmates -
TENNIS--Racquets and balls available at Physical Selecting the proper tackle for wears three battle stars. .

Training Bldg. 513. 'lycasticg demands a bit more experience Capt. Dickinson is a Flight Sur- .

FTn.\Ll Intra-murals. Games held on Mondays Wednesdaysand in the field of angling geon, having completed his flight I
1600, on field bordered by Allegheny Road. than any other type of freshwater surgical course at Pensacola on :i Families May 'Now
Fridays, : sport fishing. The rod, reel, August 1st, 1941 In the very near

WHERE TO GO-ASHORE line, leader and fly must be perfectly I" future he and his wife. the former Use Indoor Pool!
balanced in order that the Lillian McDonald, an army nurse I I

JACKSONVILLE BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent intervals countless casts you make during a and their 26 months old son, will For RecreationWith

from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e M Navy). Surf bathing day's fishing won't wear your arm move into their newly purchased
Bus home at CflSO Freemont Street in
worlds finest ocean beaches.
other recreation at one of : out.In Old Man Winter
and fly-casting the rod Is the Jacksonville.BwlingAlleys. on his
tare 25c. way. the outdoor swimming poolson
CANOEING, FISHING, AM BOATING: Cedar River on San most important part of the outfit the base have been drained .
blocks from last stop on whereas in bait casting the reel and
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shorn Bus, three closed. This does not mean
canoes1.00 hour; motor takes top honors. Fly rods are the end of .
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, SOc: per swimming for the next
boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. made of a number of different few months* but the activity will
-- -- woods and metals, and the very be
Ready For UseThe shifted to the fine modern Indoor

WATTC To Have Navy Day Exhibit The latest latter thing I is won't one be of able fiber-glass.to tell I Bowling Season Is here I 614. Swimming' Pool in building
I 5
1'1' you much about because as yet' and NATTC Kegglers will have a'' The pool will be open for recrea
they are still in an experimental good treat In store for them. The: tional swimming In the morning

On Base And In Hemming Park stage. Probably the most widely I six alleys located in the Ship's between 0900 and 1200 on Monday, .

used fly-rod material is Tonkin I Service Building has been completely Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
cane bamboo. Next is steel fly- refinished: and are ready and from 1800 to 2045 Monday '
Navy Day will be observed by rods. Although these are more durable for use. New Brunswick Pin I through Friday. On weekendsthe

showing to the public many of the they do not possess the resiliency Setters will be installed this week, I schedule will be as follows:
devices used in Technical Training of bamboo and are for the which will make the game much Saturday 1000 to 1200 1300 txMfc

The Survival gear which was SHUFFLEBOARD most part too heavy for real fly- more pleasant for both the bowlers 1600 and 1700 to 2045; SundajV/
a main attraction in the Naval casting. Get a good split bamboo and the pin setters. Lt. A.I I from 1200 to 1600 and 1700 tu

Reserve Homecoming a few weeks fly rod, use it correctly and care I W. Sweeten of the Physical 2045.: This schedule will give the

ate;), will be on display in Hemming for it properly and you cannot Training department has plans un- families of our service men ample

.. Park, Jacksonville, on October find a better rod. I derway to start the bowling leaguein opportunity to use the swimming
26 in connection with the 1 1O,97cIR5 The construction of fly rods is the very near future, and the facilities. Those living aboard the
: City-wide Navy Day celebration. O a truly great art and a bit AOM (A) school has informed us station and in Dewey Park are)
In addition to this exhibit, the cated from the layman's comPIi.1 that they are out to win the j+| urged to use the morning swimming ;J".L..II

i h = various schools will participate in I i lew.. Most of the split championship. I period. __ 1->1f .
Q the exhibit to be held in Hangar CS> i rods are built of six strips of split ------ ;"': "

1) 113 on the Naval Air Station. CII CfO bamboo glued together with 'wa- .!\. .l

An invitation has been extended erproof casein glue, varnished .. .. ..lit.o
to all High School students to be and the guides wrapped on with .

I guests of the Station at ita open .OFFICERS: REPORTING NATTC silk thread. These rods: are called .

l-t bouse on Saturday. Tours will bo FROM: 1 OCT., 1916 "single built" rods, and those
r conducted on the station by competent built of 12 strips are called "dou
Lt. (jg) E. D. Baker, Jr., USN,
ble built" rods. There are several
f guides from NATTC. Busses A v Fund.

I will leave the Main Gate every i I Lt. (jg) V. Danno, (DC), USNR, other different ways of glueing
fifteen minutes, with stops at Hangar 1 Dental Office. the strips together into 3, 4, and .
113, Assembly and Repair I| Ensign B. A. Lawson, USN, 5 strip assembly rods, but by far
Unit, Mainside Mess Hall and Cha- NavSchool ( Aircraft Instruments). the most practical and popular is
pels. I Lieut. Frank Andrews USX, the 6 strip single built assembly
Most rods built in three
NavSchool Adv AOM). fly are
JAX AIR NEWS; sections the butt section with the
.. J. Capt. G. W. Dickinson (MC)
handle and reel the middle
USN, Sen. Med. Off
TRAINING CENTER; Lt (Jg) R. W Breault, (SC) I section and the tip section. These
sections are joined together when
a CWUm Howard V. Hopkins USX.Commaniilnir USN, Ship's Service Officer.
the rod is to be
by ferrules:
Lieut E. E. Perkey, USN, Nay
Commander R,,b,s.rt 1'. DmU! USN, School (TAIOrFICKKS>. metal joints in which the male
Kxecutlva DETACHED FROM ferrule is seated in the female ferrule -

Editorial Offices for NATTC 1 OCT., 1916 and the rod held together by

Section, Rooms 137 and 133, Torp. E. Simanowicz, USN, USS the friction between the metal of
Administration Building 500-A. I Shenandoah the ferrules themselves The most
; Tel. Ext. 208 Capt. R. R. Briner, USN,,CNO important thing about these jointsis

f E. W. Andre wi Advisor, Lt. ComJr. CkC), Wash, D C.ChRadElec. to keep the ferrules clean.DON'T .
KHitor E. E. Jackson, USN, SANDPAPER or file the
.I I' Arthur. KouUomknli. *, SUj Com-5: Norfolk Fur a* usa RAN- ferrules to fit. or use force to
j p DOLPH. come apart; --- ---------- .
jHrt rhlOt..h.J. Wrhlmff. S2o Ensign R. R. Allen (SC) USN, clean and you won't bar any I SHOWN ABOVE are the men who flew by plane last Friday 1 to;

Mad br NAS Ph.se Lib A. Av. Fa..4.Si Terminal leave and upon expiration trouble assembling or dt.us''fe'f1\- Shreveport, Louisiana, to demonstrate Navy equipment in the Air
haul Photo Lab, Louisiana State Fair.
bling rods. Show at the
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24 October' 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

. Av. Storekeepers School Spark-Plug Of TOA Drops TOB From

Marks Third Anniversary Jax r Navy TeamNATTC's \

: Undefeated Ranks 7.2
Naval School (Aviation Storekeeper) Class "C" hoo" Mancos own proved Jack himself Ross "Wa-to be

Has Third Birthday on 25 October 1916. the spark-plug in the Jax Navy
TAT Wins From AEMB 6 To 0;
victories over the strong Cherry
On 25 October 1946 the Naval School (Aviation Store- Point Marines, and Ottumwa Pre- XO Succumbs To CTO By 6 To 0

keeper) Class "C" will have been in existence for three years. Flight teams by counts of 21 to 0
and 13 to 0. The Ordnance "A" school] (TOA) defeated Ordpnnce
During this time the school has been enlarged,
In most stories that refer to him "B" school in football thriller after-
from USNRto (TOB) a on Monday
course lengthened] l and had a complete change
he is known "Little
usually as
in the Intramural League The exciting
noon game was
USN personnel. The nine-week course is constantly being "
Wahoo Mancos, because of his
from to end and the TOA rooters went wild
beginning as
revised to e.ePt as .informative and up to date as possible.Eouci1wtNs I mere 160 pounds among*so many
2 I me school was established in heavy men, but the Marines and their team scored the winning touchdown, in. the closing

;: October, 1943 at Alameda, California the Pre-Flighters will attest that minutes of play

under the Chief of Naval he could have been called almost I- TOB had held onto a slim 2 to
,... .. .. anything but little". "Wahoo"was slouch of a team representingthem
Air Technical Training Center,

.',..,' '.\ ,"...'..' !SMQ EtTU..ES. Chicago was chosen, Illinois.in preference The West to Coast Other the Jax team's Navy's first main touchdown threat, scoring in- I'' 0 game lead, and for it the looked better as part if that of wa the TAF, either.showed a fairly well playing

would finish untie -
the way the game team in AEMB
both defeating bya
: games by scampering around I
sites because of its nearness to the
;:. '; '. .:t. ; Pacific Theater of Operations and end for 12 yards and a score with the start of the fourth quarter score of 6 to 0. The lone touch
lil After the teams had changed
down was scored in the third
the Marines quarter
and then '
to because Its proximity to the im-
i. the sides, TOA was forced to kickas when Wilcox blocked a
same in the
'O' 'N 'boxing: portant Llmall-carrier.bulldt1g pro- performance both teams had to do quite I II AEMB punt and Leiser fell on the
: XnotherrliVely Smoker' gram at Seattle, Washington. and senta I
4 I I often in the afternoon-- ball in the end zone for a touch-
'i. 4 \tfus presented Tuesday night at I Capt. n. C. Gwynne, Supply Officer long, low kick, which was declared down. TAF had driven all the way

.a the NATTC Auditorium between at NAS Alameda, was a dead on the TOB 7 yard 'I to AEMB's goal line, and then lost
.boxers from NATTC. Yellow Water : prime figure in getting the new line. TOB kicked out on the ..ee.I the ball on downs AEMB was at-
couldn't make it and the long school started and working under and down up to their own 45 tempting to punt out of trouble.

awaited fight of fights here at I his direction Lt. W Meadows (SC) w where TOA took over. Throwing Another touchdown that TAF

NATTC between Ron Bondy, Kingof USNR, established the school and mostly short passes with an occasional I'' scored was called back after Mur-

the 150 pounders at NATTC organized the original course of run mixed in. TOA phy, TAF tailback had thrown a
and Jack Fischer of Yellow Water I training. Capt. Gw>line's great experience marched steadily to the TOB 25, I long pass to Wilcox who went all

failed to materialize, to the disappointment and background in aviation x where the attack stalled and TOB i the way to the 10, and then

of the many "white supply were invaluable aids fh took over on downs. In turn, TOB Wasco rammed over tackle on the
hal and Officers and Guests present determining what course of study was held and with a strong wind next play. The play was called

Ten good matches were on ,' would be most appropriate for producing against them punted weakly out : back on an offsides penalty, and
the card, however, with some new !i the best possible Aviation of bounds on the Mid-Field stripe AEMB worked themselves out of

surprisingly adept talent beingjm- I, Storekccpc I From there TOA began to move I danger for the time being

covered for the first time, so no Due to limitations of pace at L in earnest. A short pass thrown I CTO and XO Divisions played in

one went home disappointed. Alameda, the original school could by Weller connected on the TOB their first game of the year one

The main event of the evening I accommodate only 100 students at L 40 and the receiver went all the' that was filled with quite a bit of

paired Darrell Fouch, one of a time. Individual classes were lim- way to the 30 before being hit An fumbling. It was one of these

NATTCs most promising fighters, ited to 35 students, with one class end run netted 10 yards and an- same costly fumbles made by XO
and Carl Passman experienced graduating and another one'starting other first down for the A school'' on their own nine yard line late

veteran. Passman previously had every two weeks. Students on TOB 20. Another short pass'I in the third quarter that was recovered -

defeated Fouch once, and drawn were sent to Alameda for what by Weller clicked this time the by CTO that lost the

with him once. Tuesday, it was was analogous to a post graduate I ball carrier going all the way to I game for the boys from XO Play

clearly Fouch's fight Fouch, course immediately upon their et ..rd the 1 yard line of TOB, from !I er-Coach Round of CTO wan the
whose defense is improving has a graduation from a Class "A" I where Weller rammed the ball I mail! threat for his team during
reputation for being a hard slugger Storekeeper School. t' ,f 45 over for a touchdown on a Quarterback most of the game and it was the
'I game with Ottumwa, only this Lawrence made
,. and one who can take a great I On 24 October 1943, Lt. Comdr. sneak same Round who on the first CTO
deal of punishment. This is W J. Held, SC) USN reported to time going some 20 yards to hit good the try for the extra play on XO' 9 who went 3 yardson
Fouch's third surprising win in as become the first OfflcerinChargeof pay dirt. All this, besides doing point on a right end run and the an end run to the 6 and then
and himself most of the team's kicking and score was 7 to 2 With only a after throwing one incompletepass
weeks acomf'r.
many proves the school He had on his m-
most of the passing, He threw a minute and a half left to go in'' completed a pass to Dereszjnski -
suction staff clerk
one one
pay beautiful pass in the first quarterIn the game, TOB could scarcely run In the end zone Vent-sky
CSK and 3 ACMMs. When the
Herb Nixon, the New Jersey the game with the Marines for but 2 plays before the gun sounded missed the kick on the try for the
'. lad another surpriser, defeating school was first established, it's six
touchdown to haveIt
an easy only ending the game With It's extra point.
... Joe Bien on a three round I weeks course was divided into nullified on a minor penalty. victory, TOA marked herself as Intramural Football League
decision. After flooring him twice, three phases. The first phase was
Wahoo'' attended John Adams the team to beat in the league standings:
as the bell clanged ending thetlt''ond devoted to study of all structural
once This was their first game of the i Won Lost Pct
High School in Cleveland, Ohio,
in and accessories of airplane i
round and again midway parts an where he has lived all his life season Not only do the boys TOA . . 1 0 1.000
when Joe the second the
the final period, was During phase While in High School he was active from TOA have a good team representing TAF . . 1 0 1.000
down for an 8 count. Bien was I student was taught to recognizeand in Football, Basketball, and them, the cheering section ; CTO . 0 0 .000
second round the
really floored in the identify component partsof Baseball His main wish is to attend was one of the loudest yet : Marines . 1 0 J.OOO
KO for The
and it might have been a airplane power plants. Ohio State University when heard this year The rivalry is TOB .. . 1 1 ,500
the round ended. covered the I
Nixon had not phase necessary supply he is separated from the Navy In strong between these two Ordnance XO . . > 0 1 .000

A summary of the evening'sfights I procedures. May, 1948. This is Wahoo's second i schools and victory is all ;, TAI . . 0 1 .000

fellows: As the increase in the number of enlistment, as he enlisted In Jan- the more sweeter to TOA with the' AEMA . . 0 '1 .(100

lilt Bout Bill Bidwell, 120 Ibs, men to be trained necessitated a uary, 1943, for the first time, and knowledge that TOB has no : AEMB . . 0 1 000
i commensurately larger training ----- --- --- -----
AF 10 outpointed Tom Godfrey, then "re-upped" in May, 1946, for
staff instruction started in
118 Ibs. AF 07
a two cruise.Vahoo" .
I Jacksonville) on 24 April 1944 witha f<
2nd Bout-Herb Richert 125 '
I staff of 24 in contrast to the \ at present holds an
lbs., AF 09 outpointed John Rodg- staff of 16 at Alameda. Lt. Mea assignment in the Physical TrainIng -

era, 121 Ibs, AF 15. dows was assigned to the school Depatment here at NATT- Frr

3rd Bout-Joe Green 150 lbs., I when it was moved to Jacksonville, Center. His home address is 16302 ,

CTO outpointed Tom Tedesco 150 a>- Administrative Assistant 'The Tarkington Avenue, Cleveland, & -

:: lb 1I., TAI same course of study followed at Ohio. 0
4th Bout Oubrey Pic, 138 Ibs, Alameda was o"i,.. "- < nt lack ----- <

AF 08 outpointed Robert Merzi son vii It.-. .I.UJU1U is full.

#0 140 Ibs, A* 17 On 6 November 1U44, Li Comdr. On 2 June 1946, now Lt, Com dr,

. 5th Bout-Johnny Foley, 136 Held was relieved as Officer-in- i VV. Meadows was relieved as Of

IDS, AF 06 and Don Joeckes, 134 Charge by .Lt Meadows. Lt. (jg) I ficer-in-Charge by Lt. S. C. Allison .

..- Iba! drew. I W. R. Kidder, (SC) USNR arrived (SC USN, CPC E. W. Fields

6th Bout-Elmer Hubbard, 140 I from the Supply Department, NAS arrived from .the USS Tulagl
Jbs.AF 06 outpointed Don Brutch- S D. California on 7 November (CVE-72) on 29 May 1946 to as ,

cy, 136 Ibs, Ship's Co. 1944 to asume the duties of Ad- sume Assistant the,duties of Administrative
ministrative Assistant
7th Bout-Bud Roberts, 155
AF 17 outpointed Dusty Tays IbS"I' During the month of November, On 7 October 1946, at the direction
of Chief of Naval Air Technical
lbs., AF 17. I 1944 far reaching changes in
8th Bout-Curtis Itobie, 152 Ibs, course content and methods of in- Training, a course in typing
f I structions was added to the curriculum of the
17, outpointed Gordon Whit- were instituted Alprevious
rAF school to better qualify the graduate 'I
155 Ibs, AF 17 non-storekeeper instructors -
9th Bout---Herb Nixon, 154 Ibs, I were replaced with graduatesof of the school for his job. At "
AEM outpointed Joe Bien, 155 IbsAOMB ., I the school The type of i f-truc- present each student receives 45 :
I tion was extended more in the hours of typing instructions
Main event Dari ell Fouth. 170 light of a storekeeper's problemsand The classes are divided into sections f'' r
; I of fifteen men each for instructional xI'ICTFREU .
Ibs, AF 09 outpointed Carl Pass- therefore swan deemed more
165 Ibs. AF 07. suitable to aid the graduates up- purposes. In addition to
. I on their joining the fleet. it's model storeroom the school'sph3'sical
., facilities consist of 24
Don't tear your hair out over a As time went along more and
I. classrooms, 16 of which are fitted
., ', woman, it'll be harder to meet the more material was added, until it
out for the operation of strip film
{ 1',! next one if you're bald was necessary to lengthen the
projectors as an instructional aid
course of instruction to nine A library, an auditorium where instructional .
<"f Joe: "You get in my hair." weeks The course has officially] motion pictures are
: 'J> Moe1 "No. You get in mine been set at nine weeks and even shown and other school exercisesare
dt" with this three weeks addition the
, Y.' .' lt's longer. __ carried on: and a large exhibitrts.m
in which, a complete disassembled I I

I airplane is displayed as a

rEFsosSlt. I 1"110111: J _[ further instructional feature.
ItS TIMC FOR ANCttHER ( n(- When the Class of 25 October

I'o"[ oWlo)__ __. eG graduates, a total of 3555 students ,
wilr have beep trained by the
school! The aforementioned total

was made up of 49 classes with an ABOVE are some action shots taken of the football *

y average student complement of encounter between TAF and AEMB which TAF won by a SCOT '
72 55 per class. of 6 to 0 In the top photo Fargo of AEMB is shown going for a short

In its short part the Aviation gain through tackle Coming in fast to make the tackle are TAF I

Storekeeper School at Jacksonvillehas men Cross, flight Tackle, and Devamey, Quarterback, The bottom
made a ('('ntrlbution'to the picture shows Foley of AEMB getting away a punt with Fargo in

bl/ Naval Service in which it feels itiwii front of him blocking, and Gainer to his right
1 non. ; .utl"'I .t.
o c tab a Jll"llliciui.r J'llUC. ..' JIH'HB'orward --- -- --- -- -- ----
to the opportunity to enlarge Traveler: Give me a ticket He escorted her to the table.

upon and improve even further from Toronto to New York" 'May I," he asked, "sit on your

that contnbution At J-.t'sent, Agent 'Do you wish to go by right hand" .

plan! have been approved to consolidate Buffalo" 'No," she replied, "I have to eat
the Aviation Supply Of- Traveler: "Certainly not, by with that. You'd better take a

Jeers' School, which is under the train" chair,"
Naval Air Technical Training

Command. This consolidation will

L bring the Aviation Supply Training "Well, I Duetts I might AH well He was seated in the parlor,

.. t of all Supply personnel both put the motion before the house," And he said unto the light, ..

officer andnli ted under one said the chorus girl AB else pranced "Either you or I, old fellow,
command nut onto the stare. 4'willbe turned down tonight."



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neath the scorching rays of the sun

\' last Sunday at Municipal Stadium,
a twenty-two gladiators dressed in mole*
t skins (who weren't enjoying the sum-
mery weather, either) pushed each t, b 9 F
other up and down the gridiron until
the final whistle blew to end \the game
with the Jax-Navy football eleven on ,
A the long end of a 13-0 count over the
S : vaunted Iowa Seahawks. (Top, left)
Harry Knickelbine's try for the point
after touchdown is partially blocked -
by Richardson ((90) of Iowa. (Top,
center) Clarke, the Jax fullback, picksup
some yardage as his Interferenceblots
a Seahawk out of the play. Curt
Dunham ((68)) watches the play unfold -
(Top, right) "Wahoo" Mancos
"' (10) just barely stays inside the side-
line as he sweeps around hts"o\\n'righf" for the first Navy s core. (Second row, left) J. Jasmine (53) heads for the right sideline after intercepting a pass. (Second
row, center) The Bolles military school band entertained the cr<)wd between the haIrs, and a formatior i of cadets went through some very Intricate drills. (Second row,
I right) Thompson kiks off to Iowa at the beginning of the game. (Bottom, left) the Jax pass defense was practically impenetrable all afternoon as proven by Paul
LaHullier shown knocking down a pass in the third quarter. (Bot tom, right) Rollie Rogers (46)) Is just c rossing the goal line after his 50-yard pass. The play was called
back, but it can plainly be seen that not a hand touched him i Du nham (68), and Hinton ((16)). and LaHu Iher (15)) escort their team mate across the last white marker. .
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I Jax Navy Pins 13-0 Defeat On II Archery tub Holds I Jax Tigers Squeeze 12-6 Win

First At'I

Iowa In First Conference GameBy I I H I It's New Meeting ClubhouseThe Over Edward Waters CollegeThe

DOUG CKOCKET, fec newly-formed Archery Club whip-like passing arm of Tommy White pitched a
In a fumble-fraught fray in which the Jax- football held its first I
avy meeting Monday eve- flashy Jax Tiger colored eleven to a 12Gin over a hard-
team's pass defense took a decided turn for the better ning at the clubhouse in Bldg. 899. fighting Edward Waters College squad last Friday at the

since its game against Cherry Point, the local squad pinned club Plans membership were discussed and laws.concerning Also,. Mat before a crowd of 700. Captain Howard V Hopkins,

a 13-0 defeat on the Iowa Seahawks before 4,000 fans last a demonstration of archery equip- Commanding Officer of NATTC, was among the spectatois

Sunday Municipal Stadium. Before the game the Sea ment was given. attending the grid clash.
hawks looked big and fast, but the local eleven was far It was decided to hold regular !
superior when the actual play started. meetings on the first Monday of Spearheaded by speedy Joe Harry Plas- hefell to the ground, the referee
.. each month. All members presentat Gault and line plunger I ruled it a touchdown. Again the
Jax kicked off and the ;sea::; ped Ary just inches short of pay- the meeting Monday are now kett, Jax racked up single touch- try for extra point was missed
their each of the first two periods -
hawks took possession on dirt. charter members of the organization downs in
own 25. Mosely and Wood took the and a scroll will be drawnup All the passing chores were The Jacksonville college boys
brunt of the load on their shoul- The third period was amazingly and framed, to be hung in a placed under the care of White, were dominant in the final frameas
ders and alternately carried until similar to the first with Jax suitable spot in the new clubhouse. and the big colored lad completed their fleet quarterback, Jerry
the pigskin was resting on the 42 going far down the field only to After the meeting, instructionswere 10 of his 15 attempted aerial Jackson, started skirting the
Here Murphy faded back and have the Seahawks hold and kick given to the new member thrusts The Tigers' running and ends for sizable gains. He took
out. Near the end of the period, the ball to the Jax threeyardline
threw a bullet-like pass to the and most of them participatedin passing attack has improved over
Jax 45 but Rollie Rogers made the blue and gold started on their shooting on the Indoor range. 60 per cent since their season where Preckins plunged over -
last touchdown drive. Mancos and center for the lone tally they -
Vocational garnered
the first of many interceptions as As soon as some more of the opener with Hastings
he pulled the pass down and Clarke combined to give the locals equipment arrives, the club Is School when they were held to Once again late in the
headed for paydirt Rollie scored, a first down on the 50, and planning to set up two outdoor a scoreless deadlock. Jax held the fray, the visitors marched to the -
but with the fans screaming wild- then Mancos sliced off tackle on ranges. decided edge in experience also, Jax eight-yard marker where the
ly, the referee called back the the prettiest run of the day and At the next monthly meeting, but in the waning minutes of the Tigermen held and took over on '
of De- went all the way to the Iowa 24 which will the Tigermen laxed and the downs.
play because a penalty. be on 4 November, elec- game,
prived of a score, the Jaxmen dugin Mancos carried again to the 15 tion of officers will be held. Any- visitors came close to chalking up Although the backfield showed
and Marvin Harden, the big and then Tuffy Thompson took one caring to Join or look the another TD. bursts of brilliant runs and ac-
right end, recovered a fumble on over. Tuffy carried the ball on place over is cordially Invited to I The Tigers scored in the first curate aerial tosses, it was the
the Jax 45. Jax marched down two successive plunges and put drop in at Bldg 899 In the evening three minutes on a 42-yard toss line which opened the holes and
the field, but the Seahawks held the ball on the 4-yard line as the from White to end Perry Watkins held so that the passer had plenn
on their own 25 and Lee faded period came to a close. With the I t who went across unmolested ty of time to pick out his re-.
back to throw a long pass. He entire Iowa line watching Mancos Watkins caught it on the Waters' ceiver. Twice, within two minutes.
heaved the ball directly to the and Thompson, Dave Bannermantook CALL ISSUED FOR 30, and scampered the rest of the the center of the Tiger line opened
mid-field stripe, but "Tuffy" the ball on a quarterbacksneak TOUCH way to paydirt behind fine interference wide to let Gault and Plaskett .
Thompson intercepted and the and crashed over for the FOOTBALL The try for extra point go for 22 and 28 yards respectively -
blue and gold were on" their way score, in the opening play of the PLAYERS MONDAYAll was wide, and Jax led 6-0 at the right through the center of the
period. Knickelbine kick was Edward Waters' line. Paced by
once more. end of the initial frame.
partially blocked and the score Wallace, Harrigan : Turner '
Clarke and Hansen combined fora stood at 13-0..This-:Wasnly.the natal personnel of NAS Jax dominated the play in the Hayes, and ,Cheatham Kemper, the- {
first down on the 39 and 1Ian-1 second conversion he has missed Jax interested in placing on the second period and was in the vis- line worked hand in hand ,with .3
sen himself went down to this station touch football team are itors' territory most of the time. :
year. the Tiger backfield in : 1'0.
After having two line plunges For the rest of the game the asked to be at the Mat at 1630( With little less than three minutes up the first win of the season chalking for ( .'
stopped, the Jax team took to the Seahawks took to the air in a Monday. Both officers and en- left in the first half White faded colored football eleven ,,':i"the :
air. Thompson's pass to Ary was last-minute effort to put across a lI personnel are being Bought back to the losers' 25-yard:: stripe -v.,
knocked down, but the referee tally, but Clarke held them at for the squad. and passed to Watkins in the end The locals journey to Hastings, t
ruled interference on the play and bay with his coffin corner kick- The team will be In the same zone for the second TD of the afternoon Fla., this afternoon to meet Hast.;. .! '.j'
Jax took poss ,"sion on the Iowa ing. CNAATKA league in which the for Jax. The catch which ings Vocational School in a returrf ...
15. As the gun went off at the Saturday the Jax-Navy squad softball team participated this Watkins made was nothing less Match.
end of the period, Thompson went will take off for Pensacola to tan- fall. Included are sudi stations' than a "story book" one. The safety 1'he lineupiTIGERS :
off tackle for ten yards and a first gle with the Pensacola NAS eleven. a* St. Simons, Georgia, Whiting man for Waters fell back with Watkins pna ElM W.\TEKSJiaye
down on the five. On the first playof Coach Kovalcheck's forces will Field, and Pensacola.! Watkins and both went high into Cheatham HI Rh II Jones*
the second period, little "Wahoo" be after their third straight win Touch football was placed the air for the elusive pigskin. It Turner K(. Mason
Mancos went wide aroundhis in actual competition and since throughout the months of October skimmed just over the top of the Wallace. t': Watson.
HarrigHtt I.(,
and the latter of November VwuKhna
right"end for the score out-reached safety man's fingers,
own their victory over the Iowa Sea- Kern per 1'I' Ellis
Knickelbine kicked the last year, but it was and somehow other llayei LL I
Harry ex- hawks, they are in high spirits. or Perry stay- Groom
I tra point. Coach Kovalcheck has played in Intramural league ed in the air long enough to snag Gault (J U Jnckion*.
appointed UzrleWhite II I H Crompton
right here on the station. ThereIs
A determined Seahawk teampenetratt'd his star left end, T. S. Ary, as the bullet pass from White. For a JIll I'rwkmi
down to the Jax 20 captain of the squad for the game. a possibility that these intra- while it looked as if the big col- riiixkttt.scale tit"Watkin fcheppard
mural may be started again by verl..I":
after they received the kickoff Ary has played ball ored end had dropped it, but as .
spectacular after the Jaiv touch football Touchdowns: ((2), Prt>l'kin..
Edward Waters .. .. 0 0 .
but Howard Hansen intercepted a throughout the season and will ---- 0 6- (
eleven has been picked. Tigers .. .. .. .. . 8 0 0--13
touchdown pass to end the threat. give a fine account of himself ---------- held down by 175-pound Earke Official: Toby Reid refers; Gillett:,
It was nip and tuck from then on come Saturday He is an excellent "Ace" Hinton, the 202-pound center Owen, ,a native of Jacksonville head lineamnn
until the end of the second period pass receiver and is a whirlwindon who formerly played for Ole John Gillchrist will hold down one ..
when, with only time for one play defense with his knack. for Miss. of the tackles. He also played Pasadena/ Calif. (SEA) The '
remaining, Mancos faded back to diagnosing plays. They have an exceptional backin tall at the Academy. A former radio blared: "Annandale and
his own 33 His pass was com- On the other hand however, hulls Hume who once was a Utah player, Joe Tangare, will Nithsdale, traffic crash, InJuries." '".f
pleted to T. S. Ary on the Iowa Pensacola has not lost a game as member of the Naval Academy handle the other tackle spot. Police car No 41 rushed to the ;....
48 and the glue-firtgered end set yet, and they are packed full of squad. He was injured in the This will be one of the hardest cene There they found 6-year-old '
sail for the distant goal with former collegiate stars. Their line Camp Hood game, but expects toho obstacles for the local team to Dianne Feller Libby with a cut on I
:Mosley in hot pursuit. Mosley will be the toughest the Jaxmen In condition for Saturday's tussle. hurdle and they are out to topple her lip sustained when her toy
c closed the gap bit by bit and his I have come up against this year I the Penaacola boys from their wagon collided with 4-year-o' ,
desperate shoe string tackle drop because the pivot man will be' One of the guard slots will be perch. Nevin Noll's tricycle ...


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