Jax air news
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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33313438
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System ID: UF00028307:00291

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'\\ Observed
Nnvy Doy ByNAS

With Open House

i Visitors See Special Exhibits,

i Barracks, Chow Halls, And A & R
NAS put on its best bib and tucker this week-end and

t played host to the people of the Jacksonville area.

? ... the celebration to the
., Utilizing Navy Day give public

a glimpse of activities here, the station threw wide its gates

i for "Open House" Saturday. Keying its program to the giant

. "Welcome Aboard" banner hung over the Main Gate, visitorswere

welcomed to its hangars, its -- r

... huge Assembly and Repair De- SUPPLY DEPT. TO
partment, its chow halls, and its
: barracks. A program, prepared by
the NAS Public Information Office TAKE OVER ALLSIfIP'S

,, : was distributed to everyone
entering the station as a guide to SERVICESVery
I the activities and events which
had been planned for the day. nearly like the chain
I''I'i"M. stores gradually taking the placeof
Starting the official program, aCaptaln's
of individually corner
Inspection personnel
"'''""' r I "" J, representing all departments on grocery, the Navy's new Ship's
: the station was held, highlightedby Service system, soon to be rut into -
r InspectionALL
Navy Day >>
> awards effect, will incorporate all the
a mass presentation of :
"" HANDS ASSEMBLED At 1100, the Navy film on the Navy Ship's Service stores from
Treasure Island to New York
ri' for Captains Inspection on the Atomic bomb tests, "Operation ,
from London to and
Seaplane Ramp Saturday morn- Crossroads was shown at the
of the fleet.
< .. ing during Navy Day "Open Junior Officers' Auditorium, and ships
; .. House Highlight of the cere- at 1200 four busses started trips Under present plans the Ships'
. mony was the presentation of 45 around the station for the conven- Services throughout the world
'. ,','\<:,.'., .. ," awards by Captain Anthony R. ience of sightseers will be transferred from BuPera
., ytRytT" ; :, Brady, commanding officer of Also at 1200, the Naval Re- to the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts -
NAS. The birdseye view of the with With this system in effect,,
serve Hangar was opened
.'t. Vi various units lined up at atten- the Navy will have one central office -
planes and special exhibits by
tion, above, was snapped from NATTC on display. Visitors were which will designate the sell-
\ ,the roof of one of the hangars. shown the station driver tests ing price of every item handledby
'- At left is a closeup of the color the Ship's Services on land and
;: The A & R building opened its
guard. A number of station vis- sea. Prices will be the same all
doors at 1200.
: itors witnessed the colorful over the world, in every Ships
i event. Certain barracks and messhallsof Service, and naval personnel as
i the station were opened for In-
-------- well as the government are ex-
spection at 1300, and throngs sift- pected to benefit by this change
: Identical Twins ed in and out to see how blue- Tomorrow the Ship Services of
tw i Jackets lived and ate. the 5th, 6th and 7th Naval Dis-
: !! ; Enjoy Confusing At 1500 the big event of the tricts, the Banana River and the
r l day came when a parade forma- Potomac River Districts will be
s-:- .. L ( Friends At NAS tion of Naval Reserve and VSB changed from the Jurisdiction of
planes passed over head givingan
the Executive Department to the
I"f sk: Being a twin is lots of fun," exhibition of formation fly- Supply Department, and Supply
: say Paul and George Dulaney, ing, and at 1530 a simulated at- Corps officers will take over their
SF twin brothers from Washington, tack was made on the station by operation. Lt. E. C. White, (SC),
., D. C., who have been causing a these planes. Conducted like an will relieve Lt. Comdr. H. L. Ep-
great deal of confusion at NAS actual raid, it provided plenty of pelin as the Ship's Service Officerfor
t.o':" since their arrival three months thrills for everyone who witnessedit. NAS His assistant will be Lt.
ago. While George works at the (Jg) R. C. Hobbs
t; Fire Department and Paul is at- All through the day, while the
tached to Welfare as a movie op- events on the planned program ganizations
Jax Navy Battles Corpus erator, this does not stop them were taking place, many people At 1400 Sunday, a Flower Memorial -
; from getting together during the were carrying out their own programs Ceremony was conducted
day and in their off-duty hours to Sailors walked around on the apron before the Opera-
i:; Christi Comets Saturday drive people crazy trying to fig with their wives, relatives, and I tions Building, and at 1415 the

... ure out who's who. friends, showing off the station plane took off to scatter the flow ,
"Wish had dime for ev- and explaining the functions of ers on the sea. The was
:: The Jax-Navy football eleven, following their defeat we a ceremony
the various departments and
or- impressive
:i:.' at the hands of the Pensacola Goslings, take on the undefeated ery time we've fooled someone,
said Paul "We'd be in the mon-
7 Corpus Christi Comets this Saturday night under the ey right now." I DOUBLE TROUBLE .j

.. arcs at Municipal Stadium. The Comets, fresh from their George put in his two cents. .."

27-0 victory over Memphis and their 27-13 win against Ot- "Yes, I sure feel sorry for some

.. tuma Pre-Flight, are at top form and are out to make it of our buddies we've baffled. .
three straight_ Maybe It's a dirty trick, but some .G1
of the guys really get funny lookson
Jax ---- --
Outweighing the starting their faces after they see bothof III'
team by 20 pounds, the Comets "
than the Meeting Of Navy Club us together.
t are bigger and faster "It's easy for us to fool them

Pensacola Goslings Luke They Ludiker will be, Of U. S. A. Set For 6 since we're identical twins," piped
spearheaded by up Paul. !
. and Meuller who make up a combination November At GW Hotel Quite a few Interesting items I
'l- which is to the Comets have marked the twins' lives sincean
as Blanchard and Davis are to the In an effort to organize a local early age. Take the time when

Army juggernaut. Ludiker, who chapter of the Navy Club of Am- Paul and George were bathing, I .i i
tips the scales at 190 pounds, has erica In Jacksonville, an organi- both in red trunks, at the age of
...1., the power to 'hit the center of the six. Paul didn't know how to f'r
:. line, while Mueller, a 175-pounder, zational meeting will be held in aim Some girl pushed him in a
k is fast enough to skirt the ends. the East Room of the George i around the 10-foot marker and I II --- '\ L :

The Comets work from the T- Washington Hotel, 6 November at I the life guard had to pull him out I I _. aK 1 1a

... formation in a manner similar to 2000, it was announced yesterday. The last words of the guard to 1 1j
the system used by the Chicago '
of young Paul were Stay up in the
The exNavyman
importance every
Dears. Head Coach "Ox" Emer-
' and woman and those now kiddies' pool, where you won't get
son has had his team working on serving becoming a member of into trouble So Paul buzzed up
pass defense since the beginning the largest Navy club in America to the kiddies' pool. About five .u .
of the season and in the Sea-
minutes later, who knew
will be explained, according to George "'
:d hawk game their defense was al- the announcement. how to swim, plungd into the deep S' ',1 1I.
most impenetrable. water and the
I' was spotted by .
Gordon W. Vail of 5133 Birkenhead -
On the other hand, however, the
/' watchful life guard. George was ,'1'.
Road, in the A
an employee
u passing of Mancos to Ary or Man- told to leave the pool since he had
cos to Harden is a tough combi- & R Department, is Commandantof disobeyed the guard's orders Such
nation to stop in league. Man- the Jacksonville unit and is
was the life of the younger Du-
cos will have further incentive to serving in that capacity until an '

play good ball since he has been election of officers is held. laneys.High school proved to mix up WNAIiP !

appointed Jax-Navy captain for All ex Naval. Marine, Coast the twin affair even more. George .J
H' the game, and Wahoo is in hopesof II Guard, "Se\beer:: : WAVES, and played right tackle and was flanked -
carrying the pigskin off the Spars and those now on duty are by his brother Paul at right :'j
field I I eligible to Join as are the veterans end. The newspapers billed themas j
:., In an effort to make home of the Naval Service of World the "Twin Terrors. After one :t
.:.v games available to a greater number War I. Wives, daughters, sisters, of the football games, a dance ,

.." \ of fans, officials have slashed I and mothers of Naval personnelare was held and George was dancing _u_ _m_._ .. .._____ __ _m ..\ 1
;: the price of tickets Reserved eligible to Join the Navy Club with his girl. On one certain fast NO, YOU'RE NOT seeing double, you're looking at the Dulaney ''''
seats which fo.iacily cost $25J: Airclliary number, Paul took over and twins, Paul and George, from Washington, D. C. Paul is on the left ",
lave bocn cut; in hail uiud. now The membership fee is $1.00 George faded out and the girl we think and George is to the starboard side we hope. 1;
the average sports addict can view with 50 cents of the initial fee never knew the difference.One Paul is a movie operator at Mainside and the Junior Officers' Auditorium ..
the tusslo from a choice scat for going for a year's subscription to nice feature about while works
1. I being a ) George on the Fire Department at Mainside.
the nominal sum of 125. General the Navy Club magazine, "Quar twin is that you often collect the They've been causing no end of confusion around NAS lately sinG
: .' Continued on Page :Sj terdeck" (Continued on Page S) even their close friends can't tell them apart. |

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TIlE ttEKK-KM NAVY DAY ('tLElUtA'flON'con.l.hd of many things from left) Winners of the free airplane ride pose before the plane, (Middle right) Two
Mpeechei in Hemming Park to free airplane rides, from solemn religious services of the Essay Contest winners take over the tower Doyle E H zen of Bradford High
to award presentations. Here, in picture, is the story.) (Upper l left) Comdr E. L.
Fla. ia the left while
School Starke sitting on Bobby Gillis of Alachua High Schoolis
I James, executive officer of the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit holds the box as
a youngster picks out the lucky winners of the free plane ride. (Upper center) The holding the mike. (Lower left) Brig Gen Robert Blake, Inspector General of the
Air Station Band played at Captains Inspection Saturday morning. (Upper right) Marine Corps, makes an address from the bandstand at Hemming Park. (Lower
Capt F. W Prlestman! commanding officer of the NARTU congratulates) Lt Comdr right) Chaplain \\'. R. Stevenson conducts! the special Flower Service on the apron
B. A McConnell C. O. of CASU-751: after pinning the medal on his blouse (Middle opposite Operations Sunday afternoon.
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the evening entertainment. We little retreat How come you High Score Prize Seek Applicants For NAS-
hope that we have more and more guys?
at our future games. Of course we Chief and Mrs. "Lucky" Jour. Offered Weekly At I NATTC Swimming TeamA
had some fine prizes won by the dain were at the dance Saturday
following lucky people: 'evening celebrating their 13th NAS Bowling AlleysNext swimming team, composed
Chief Fraim won the case of wedding anniversary My heartiest time you',e looking for officer and enlisted personnel attached -
beer Mrs. Edward Lee Damask, congratulations, folks and many something to do, drop in at the to either Mainside or NAT
who split the grand prize last many more "Happy Years" "Ten Pin Parlor" and see what TC is to be started during the
week Chief Whitfield and Chief There were about 100 couples at | kind of a score you can turn In. A month of November Anyone interested -
Gtassel split the grand prize three the dance Saturday night but a lot prize has been offered to the person i in joining the team may
with the highest scene each I apply to Lt. Paul King at BlOg. a
ways of the old faces! were absent because
J. F. >elen. A('MM .
By We wish to extend a vote of of the Fleet Reserve Dance. week at the Mainside bowling alley 726. or by phoning Ext M'3 ...
The regular monthly meeting ol f chiefs who Meets for the team have teen:
thanks to the many Our next dance on Saturday eve- so come on mind and take a .
the C. P. O.'* at their new clubhouse gave us a hand in moving the club ing will probably bring a record crack at it. scheduled with other naval train-
was held last Monday evening last Sunday morning: There were crowd. How about it, you fellows! The prize, offered as an i incentive ing commands, and the team will
21 October There were quitea quite a few of the boys who put who are lagging, let's go.Wasn't for personnel to take Advantage participate in the various Florida
few of the members present who,, their club before their personal aft of the lecrj-ation afforded at AAU sanctioned championships.'
up until this time had been quite fairs that day. Once again, thanks, that Mrs. Britt dancing the alley, will not toe awarded for Previous competitive swimming
around there with her 7 We
lax In showing their facet at our fellows hubby scores made while bowling in a experience is desirable but not
meetings V\e are sure! glad to welcome Chief Schurman our clubs understand trial it was a happy tournament imperative The team will be n.ade
you fellows back into the treasurer, is leaving us very shortly occasion for her also. Congratulations --- -- --- -- up of those who train and work .
fold. It is needless to nay that they on Ms way to Whiting Field on your birthday, Mrs. B. was really something to listen!! to. out daily Only men who dhow
Were quite astounded at the elaborate Hood luck to you, fellow, and happy Chief Grimes also) hail a birthday Their vocalist Is really on the ball, the proper interest and spirit a*
layout of the club's new landings.: A swell! jcb has not last (Saturday and he put in too. One of these days someone team members will b3 kept a*
quarters gone unappreciated PSI/ hope' an appearance to let all hands will tt'll18 his name and then we part of the team
LA.it Tuesday Bingo:; was againa that It'" a boy. know he wasn't getting any younger will give him a boost WAVES are also urged to come
smashing IIU'E-I'II. There were 73 We noticed that there are only and not looking any older Lotsof Don't forget our Bingo Party out and form a woman's team to
participants in our little game. All three or four master sergeants luck fella. next Tuesday night. We expect to compete in the AAU women's
at The music of the NATTCale nee there "vf'nh.8nea .
panda were more than plearcd: with making their appearance: our you



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:\ "DING DONG WILLIAMS", with Glenn Vernon. Shows at 1730
r.1: and 2000.
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.',. "THE BOWERY," starring Wallace Beery. Shows at 1730 and
2000. .

9 wM "BLUE SKIES" featuring Bing Crosby and Fred Astalre. Shows

'. at 1130, 1730, and 2000.



"DECEPTION," starring Bette Davis Show at 2000 only.

"TERROR TRAIL," with Charles Starrett. Show at 2000 only.

"THE BOWERY" starring Wallace Beery. Show at 2000 only.MONDAY .

"BLUE SKIES" featuring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire. Showat

4 tk 2000 only.


BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.

TO JAX NAVAL RESERVE UNIT I Mustin Road. 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, top

I side Bldg. 726 0800-1700 on work days.

Chatter I It didn't take another war t. 1 IBy I I bring: one of the ships of the Sixteenth bat duty, These "De's" had a dally and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.

JIMMY :MOYKKS ; Fleet berthing area at cruisIng range of 23,000 miles, nOWI.ING-Slx alleys located in Malnside Recreation Building

Th pat ty given in the grove last Green Cove Springs out of the and during wartime carried a No. 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
"moth balls." The USS McCleU crew of 230 men and 12 officers. and .
2100 Saturdays Sundays.BOXING
week by the nurses was a huge
success. As* far as the hospital land <(DE< 750)) became the first The McClelland has a distinguished I For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.

corpjnien are concerned any party ship t> return to active duty in war record even thoughit I Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Malnside Mat after
the Seventh Naval District whenit operated less. than a year before 1500.
WIth bier is considered a success.
was docked at the Naval Re- the war's end. The joinedthe
the Center located in
Maybe It won't be long before we MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly Reception ,
serve Armory on the Southside inactive fleet at Green Cove
can afford to return the favor. the South wing of Building No. 955. .in open to NAS personnel and
last week and was turned over Springs on 7 January 1946 after I II Available for
r r their guests from 1000 to 2200:! daily wedding receptions -
to Comdr. Victor Blue, head of I it had seen action in the battlesof I Officer. Combination
with Welfare radio-phu-
There should be some kind of a the lOCI I Naval Reserve Unit, by Iwo Jima Okinawa, and the by arrangement
hands.LIBRARY .
law about these disbursing; officers Captain L. Y. Mason, Jr. Chiefof ; Third Fleet operations aganlst the i nograph available for use of

wlo refuse to show up for work on'I Staff for the Seventh Naval I Japinete home Islands. One Jap : -Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-

time :Miss Shaw has been clocked' District, who represented Rear aircraft was officially credited to Ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday

every day for the last week, day : Admiral Ralph Davison, Commandant I the marksmanship of the McClel- from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
in and day out, and not once has land's gunners. I MMMMINU' Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming,

sole well, we won't say anything : On Navy Day, the destroyer-os- ,/ Commander Blue, a local attorney I 1800-2100 dally Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.
which would cause us to miss cort I 'Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
was for
open public Inspection has been a member of the
our pay next week, but alter the turn-over ceremonies I Naval Reserve since 1937, and (JOLF- Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun- .
from 6900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
S r r Saturday. Visitors were able I served six years on active duty I day
Golf Course.
C. C. Carroll was the winner of : to look the ship over on Sunday, prior to his release from the service 'trunks A\l'II01t.\GE-Open prohibited on daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

the fo.tbaU.contest sponsored by too l in December, 1916 ords and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
the Red Cross last week. The con- I Known throughout the Navy as According to present training Field

tejt runs each week, 110 get your "DE's," the trim little ship aver- I plans, Comdr. Blue said the Mc i iI TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical TrainIng -
)blanks ready. age 320 feet in length with displacement Clelland will be used for I
I only Building No. 726:! and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
S r of 2,100 tons The de-
I training and for week-end cruises. Yorktown Roads).
What's this we hear about "Nee- stroyer-escoi was developed early Annual training cruises of two --- -
dlas Chester and his gill I in Hem in the war to combat the German : weeks duration' will be made ev I

niing Park ? Seems that while Needing submarine menace and after cry summer by the reservists Identical

and his girl friend were sit. the submarines had been checked aboard a cruiser, battleship or aircraft Commercial

ting on one end of a bench holding was used for all types of com- carrier. I (Con< I .
"conversation" --- -- ------ was owed Bulletin
a, errr some ---- ; other guy's debt. George
I recreation hall activities. It will Landon and Lee High game November -
obliging civilian strolling by removed $10 and the person owing Georgepaid
surely be most welcome! I dif I Bulletins! will be accepted uuti'lHi
Needles' girl friend's purse 1. See your Red Crossrecreation Paul never knowingthe
r r I I small mix-up i 'f ti*<. been filled but no later
from the other end of the bench! ; workers for more infor ference. After a
That must have been quite an interesting Someone please tell us Is and where the debtor got a punch in than! 1000 Tuesday. }:xt. 8MO.:
conversation, eh, Needles I Dot ie Wright (Disbursing) mation. Tickets for boxing the face from George Paul came FUR SALKDo
hitched or not ? Those she wrestling are still available. forth and told .the whole story whit with touch of tan sic month
oil 11".1! pet for vhiMrvn $:S.; HIM Cu+n-
r I sported last week looked like the r r and paid George his long overdue ilaiiil, KindRadiophonoitrauh..

Hate to sea our old ft'lend, E. R. real thing or were theyTCouldn't Hot dog our boy Johnny John sawbuck. I' OIl I, plus 130 up-t.combination.-dste record,,table, $100 mod.|,

Kuehl, on the sick list. Don't know someone drop a bug into son .Is back! Yep, the pride of Once George was buying a tux WIA Uaiidolnh Si. MAS.::
what the diagnosis. on our buddy I ye sertbo's ear ? After all, we the fleet himself! The terror of for the senior prom and had an Suit of C. P. U. aviation greens, ... .4"
a is, but someone should know these things. at 10 o'clock to takea trousers. coat rise 31", very gad condi
whispered that !It the seven seas has settled down in appointment tion. Call John J. Wnaun, 1-11010 or
was "acute laziness." We wouldn't the Record Office, and once againthe driver's test. Well, he was in contact change oltico, AAK l>riitCoiioh.

want to make any statements, For grace and form unequaled, I Ad Building seems like old the midst of having the tux fittedat xcvlliMit I condition. 11.IHU Ban-)

tltoux: drop by the Record Office and I times 10, so Paul went to the license Hun,,Mph In St.Jtlvnraid N \S. auction four bmlroomit,

r watch Chief Tucker type. Did you bureau and took the test for him. hvlnii. dining rooms, vl. Glad to see that "Satchelmouth" ever see a whale wrestle with a I Yes, he passed it, and the folksat front and rids "" .ch.... Lot 75x160 ft,

TU tz and his crew of interior decorators fire-fly ? Well, that's Tuck and Jax-Navy the bureau never knew the dit- Fruit tress, ,m.OOO flower unfurninht-d, and. ..hrubbcry.luriiiahml $4,600..

have completed the EENT his typewriter. But he's still plugging I ference. Phone .JOM: In tvvnino.
clinic. Looked like a combination and better I As soon as their Navy hitch is 1441' Pontiac black sedan. no.lUnt body,
getting too.He's .
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paint shop and clinic there for a' doing every bit of five words I admission up Dulaney are at IHIJA Uiblw Av... Dewey Park.
with of !
lung time. Tietz worked so longon :an hour now. plenty good going back home and then to Bull Thayer baby carnnipin. Uulhinette, $C.11UV .
the clinic that we tried to talk I S r r I seats are now priced at 50 cents lis Prep School. After they finish Randolph" $' t. M.VSOK .
instead of 125. Free bus trans !l at Bullis they plan to enter [' MALL Several Larita Lots; HIM 100
him into joining some kind .of a I The local chapter of the B'nal will I up ft x 3.13 in., each In Popuhitwl Suction,
still be afforded
union, but his love for the Navy B'rlth brought quite a feed out last : portation to I the contracting business with their of V>'......in lift t. Pho.2.4742.. .
Air Station personnel The busses .
hell him father. K0 SALE' In following for $12500: 1
back. I Tuesday, serving ice cream, cake I will depart from the corner of > Studio, touch: 1 Occasional Chair, 1
r V and! fruit to all of the A and C Mustin and Yorktown, beginningat I Kock., .r; 1 HOOT lamp; 1 Living Room
The Red Cross Canteen Thanks lot Judge: Ant who was driving KuK 1 End labl; 1 Coff-n Table, 1
ramp ladies
Corps a
will I 1330. After the game, they when the accident occurred ? O.k Picnic Type Bench Tahl; 1 wt of
begin taking over the retreSh'j r r leave for the station from behind Drunk (triumphantly) : Nobody! lushes fur 6.: PoU and Pans; Mop.Hroom .
ment end of the Tickets and Bucket 1 four-Poatar. Mania
may be available< for the the north stands :
We all
I were in the back seat.
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l'h",1 of Prawrrn, 3 Throw Hum; and
ciirUtina for a 2 bit I room h....... Avail
r' STALEMATE ';y Uarold Jones sl Mask--Me Another I II Kill. vrmhvr S. Contact; 1>. JC.: Math
t _,_wa,.. 1211: :' Cumbfrland. Kl1OK .
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condition. Cull R. A. Myert at K trn-
AANis !!lpllli f!!f iIIM'IjI6'!!! .won 27J: ..

fl. 1'.w Double room downalslrs. i>rvat! ... entrance
i breakfast end laundry privilcucK,
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>} m- J 5 I Poetic LicenseAIRCONDITIONED I IT"S A TOUGH LIFE By Sioeves'f

editorial Office LOVE
South Wing, Lower Deck, Bldg. 930
felepuone Extension 854% That gal of mine looks easy, but )

Arthur M. Greene' Editor When I try to plant a kiss p.--

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the Upon her soft red lips-

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no Somehow I always miss; 1 1II

expense to the government and In compliance with And when, by gradual inches,
SecNav Circular Letter 4 .526. 28 May 1945. Copiesare I get close up to her face
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air
And would lean cheek hers-
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, my on
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train- All I touch is space. I I a,
ing Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval And if I lose my patienceAnd II "
District. Naval Auxiliary Air Station< Cecil Field, get a little rough Iii
r the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval t
Hospital. And make a grab for herI AcA

Commandant Rear Admiral Seventh Ralph E.Naval Davlson.Dutrlct can't reach far enough. :-.:- ( } --- :.:. -.- -. .
That of mine looks II1JJ.]
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training easy, i iI
I coax, I plead, I swear,
Anthony R. Brad, USN. Commanding /1
Certain I
Jacksonville Naval Air Station But all I get is wind-blown kisses, 1 I.0

And armfuls of cold air. ,,
Captain Howard V. Hopkins, USN, CommandingNaval
Air Technical Training Center M. McDermon, Supply Dept. ..... .. .. .

Captain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding I ... .. 1 ,
U. S. Naval Hospital \
1 1 .I4 ., li f
Cui'Uin; F. W. PrteMman USNR Commanding i I
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit ,
t ,
1 A.JJ
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in : -
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lA. CoI. Alexander A.Marine Vandegrift Barracks Jr., USMC, Commanding hyr .

Comdr. Jules F. Schumacher. USN, CommandingNaval News andVieujs f romSation
Air Gunnery Rang

Lt. William H. Looney, Jr., USN Commanding 41 .
Naval Auxiliary Air btatlon.: Cecil Field
"You're sure you want to play football? T "
Alexander M. Hearn. USMC .
Cart. ---- -
Marine Aviation Detachment NAVY DAY RESOLUTIONS
The JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship's Editorial Auoclation ma The celebration of Navy Day made it BOOK
without I SHELFJ
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited
permission of fcEA. Washington 25. D. C. Replication ft any possible for us to let civilian guests see us I
other matter, except by service publications, I U prohibited
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. at our best. At Navy Day celebrations allover YY WIND IN THE OLIVE TREES
------ -- the members of naval S vES'
country our or- I by Abel Plenn Is an exciting and
Weather PushbuttonBy ganizations, both past and present, were informative account of what wenton
By honored and remembered by tens of thou- My skipper lodge S PlS)2/c) inside Spain. The author wa

Ships' Editorial Association sands of people. It warms a person's heartto Greetings, gals! Another week, sent to the American Embassy in
Madrid in 1944 as Chief of Propa'
another column. Come, come,
"We may yet have rain or sunshine by belong to such an organization at sucha Where's all the news? I know ganda Analysis. This is a reportof

pressing radio buttons," declared Brig. Gen. time as Navy Day. Our hearts were touched some of you lucky girls have got- his work there and of the studyhe

David Sarnoff, president of the Radio Cor- by the fact that civilians everywherewere ten married. Well, we'd like to made of the political structureof
poration of America and recipient of the honoring those of our organization who know about it and let go with our the Franco regime, its abusesof
Its and its
congratulations. Don't be bashful, power
"Man of Science" award of Science Illus- are with us no more. At a time when the call 8289 and give us the dirt. medieval cruelty. While you may

trated Magazine. public eye is centered on us we are given a With Captain Joy B. Hancock not agree with his viewpoint, this

Other possibilities of radio, according to good opportunity to make some resolutions. aboard, again we glimpse her is a "vivid and interesting" pictureof
Let us resolve that in the future we bright and cheerful personality. Spain in turmoil.
of mail
include by
General Sarnoff, delivery In WESTERN WORLD Royce
Always happy to hear the latest
radio, portable sets that will enable any two shall make a greater effort to uphold the from Washington concerning the Brier pithily describes the state of
indiviuals anywhere to communicate with dignity and tradition which today is the WAVES. Captain Hancock is the our civilization and explains to

each other world-wide television and even backbone of our Navy. Let us resolve whileon type who reminds us of our song, modern man the "what" and"why"
"Girl of the USN." of world happenings in the
duty to be efficient, and while off dutyto
diversion of ocean currents to transform few He the his-
Do you enjoy an evening of Bin- past years. depicts
be courteous and considerate. To be
deserts into gardens. more go? Bingo Night at "Anchorage"every tory and development of our West-
. tne weather L specific, let us resolve that while''on buses Wednesday has proved_ to beboth ern Civilization from, the Spanish
Elaborating on control angle going to and coming from town there shan enjoyable The invasion of the Lowlands in 1400
General Sarnoff said man may learn be no loud profanity or abusive language. pass word every Wednesday evening to the first atomic bomb.
deflect air movements in weather. And in to the atomic
how to at 2000 is "Bingo. regard
Let make effort to be
Or he may learn how to neutralize a stormor us every especially Memo to the WAVE chiefs: You bomb, DAWN OVER ZERO is an
courteous when we are on the streets or of the test of the
certainly are lucky gals to belongto eyewitness first
its Thus he said
detour it from
course. other places where we can be observed by the Chiefs' Club, (referring to eyewitness account of the first
,,' automatic radio weather stations in remote the public. In time of war our Navy was re- the new club in Building 705)). It'sa test of the bomb, "Zero," in New
( places in the polar regions, deserts, junglesand spected as fighting organization. Let beautiful place to take your Mexico, and of itt' use the day
on the seas could collect and broadcast a us guests and enjoy yourselves. We'reall before the Japanese sued for
resolve that in time of peace our Navy shall for making chief. peace told by William L. Law-
\| weather data.Already be respected as an organization destined "Laddie" Vladeff went on leave rence. It is a well-written, intensely -

/ radar spots a hurricane, peers only to promote peace and harmony as she to Iowa via Chicago and ended up iteresting explanation of
? into its vortex, plots its movement and photographs plays her part in protecting our own people. with quite a reunion of WAVES the evolution of atomic energy
it from minute to minute. in the "Windy City." The home of told with a fine sense for the dra-
I Chaplain R. L. Stamper. Verla M. Hill, former Welfare and I matic. THE ABSOLUTE WEAPON -
Looking ahead to determine progress for -*-- Athletic Officer now residing in is a conservative discussionof

the next 40 years is an almost impossibletask (SEA-So long as the bulk of theworld's Oak Park, was the place. Ruth I the use and abuse of the atomic
according to General Sarnoff. Inter- Hull, former (jg), made the trip bomb,written for the general reader -
out commerce is carried on by sea, mer- from Texas and we learned she has by five members of the Yale
national broadcasting, he points was chant vessels will require protection against taken to Chicago. Farewell, Texas. Institute of International Studies.

undreamed of 40 years ago. every form of sea and aerial attack, arguinga Also Bea Borrie of the Ship Servo Edited by Bernard Brodie this
-*- ice here was there to add to the volume analyzes atomic power in
corresponding tenure for the man-of-war
fun. Last, but not least, Ellen E. regard to the world order
;. College Plus Pay declared Francois E. McMurtrie, editor of "Mac" Rae really made the party If you enjoy a good biography,
"Jane's Fighting Ships," a new edition of complete. Their ears were aching Nathan Schachner has written a
t By Ships' Editorial Association which was published recently. McMurtrie for news of old Jax and her new one of Alexander Hamilton.

i Instructions for the nomination of qual- made the statement in reply to critics who WAVES.It's good Ah, yes to hear we lucky of the gals. Considered purely as a story of
ex- personal success, Hamilton's Career -
; ified enlisted men of the Navy and Marine questioned the future usefulness of
war- WAVES and find how the world is was remarkable. He was a a
i Corps for Officer Candidate training in the treating them. If you receive any thriving business man at fifteen, a
NROTC and Naval Aviation college programs ships.The famous editor envisages surface info, give us the word. Laddie says college student two years later.
contained in Alnav 511,16NDB the snow is cold. How about that! He was a lieutenant-colonel and
were warships armed with atomic bombs, torpe- We've pondered and
thought aide-de-camp to Washington at the
( 15 October). does and rocket projectiles to counteract gals, and that just about does it age of twenty. He was the first
;'. The Naval aviation program offers two aerial atomic weapons. In putting out his for this week Let's get on the ball Secretary of the Treasury. Always

t years of college education at an accredited new edition, he complimented the Navy De- and give with some news and an ardent party man, he ended his
views of the girls for next week days in the bitter New York fac-
university of the candidate's ,choice. While partment for its helpfulness as compared to .. tional strife which led to his fam-

i there, the candidate will be an apprentice the difficulties in obtaining data on British CHILDREN'S SWIMMING ous duel with Aaron Burr and his

i seaman, V-5, USNR, on inactive duty, and ships. I death at the age of fortyseven.For .
receive all tuition, fees and books free, as CLASSES AT INDOOR a biography In a lighter

well as retainer pay of $50 a month., 1917 will be made after service-wide compet- POOL START 2 NOV.I I vein ten James Monaghan hass writ-
the Tegend of Tom Horn, the
After two years of college, the candidatewill itive exams throughout the world on 18 Jan. i. A swimming class will start on LAST OP' THE BAD MEN. Tom

be ordered to flight training as a mid- 1947. Candidates selected will be discharged I' November for the children of all Horn, a famous western gunman

shipman, then to operational flight duty as from their regular status and immediately naval personnel attached to first turned his talents to fighting
re-enlisted or appointed in the naval reserve. !NATTC or Mainsidt/ was an- Indians and then to killing small
naval aviator. Two after appoint-
a years flOunced this week Classes will property owners on behalf of the
ment as midshipman, he will become eligiblefor Due by 17 December start at 1000 in the indoor pool, big cattle Interests. This is a true

commission as ensign, USN, or second Nominations of candidates by COs must BUq. 6H.Children. account of the hard riding, shoot-

lieutenant, USMC, and after a year will re- be received by BuPers by 17 December. Ap- three classes will: be divided into ing history of Wyoming's wilder
tun to college as a commissioned officer for plication forms for exams in the U. S. will and advanced swimmers, beginners -,

two more years of undergraduate work. : be available at naval procurement offices.To depending upon the ability of the days.muhJr.TJill1wJ

Four Years of College' qualify, applicant must be serving on participants.. Classes are expectedto ,eAt

The NROTC program offers four years active duty on 19 Jan. 1917, meet Naval which last time about instruction one hour,' during

B&- of college at any one of fifty-two colleges and Academy physical requirements, be a high (in the various strokes.will Div-be the Road Station and Mastic(Chapel,Arena Birmingham
linen *
universities at which NROTC units are es- school graduate, less than 21 years old on will be given, too. rroteit.nl

tablished in which the Navy pays all fees, 30 June 1917, unmarried, male and a citi- All personnel, officer-or enlisted, 0,30 E.-Hoty W. Andrew.Communion Chaplain

tuition and books, plus $50 per month. The zen of the U. S. He must be recommendedby who desire to register their children 0930-NATTO Service-Chaplain! E. W.
in this class are urged to Andrews.Sunday.
course includes summer training cruises. his CO.Aviation. bring then to Bldy. 61; at 1000 l School, Small Chapel.
The candidate agrees to accept a commissionin program applicants must, in t November 1045-Dlrlne 093ft-Chaplain Servieet-Cbaplaln W. R. Stevenson I'. L.

the regular Navy or Marine Corps if tendered addition, be not more than 19 years, six Albert

to serve for two years as an officer months of age on 1 July 1917, or, if eligibleto PERSONNEL T OIlALLOWE'N INVITED .700-?.... Catk.11t

' and either to continue in the Regular estab- enter college as a sophomore, be not more All hands have been invited DANCE to 1100-Maat.90 -MaM.

, lishment or accept a commission in the organized than; 20 years, six months of age. All V-5 attend the Hallowe'en Dance spon- A. Outdoor Nursery fu* until ehlwe !-
.i reserve. candidates must also pass a battery of aviation sored by Beta Sigma Beta Sorority and. 1200.I* ButUUliMd between 0900)

'I Selection of candidates for both programs tests and pass aviation physical re- at the Riverside Woman's Club Jewish Reliatooi Service tad
tonight at
2030. A well-known 1W-Friday In toe Small Cl> pj.
f for entry; into college in the fall of, quirements. orchestra will supply the music. Fellowship U..r'SO


31 October 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEW. NEWS Page Five ,
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'.\'m k. Assistants Named New Methods Being Considered

For Coming Election To Improve Civilian Cafeteria[

'I Members of the Board of DI-
rectors whose terms do not
expire this year have been des- Striving to improve methods of operation and to incorporate -

ignated as supervisors for the suggestions offered from time to time by rations, a

forthcoming election, it was announced number of changes will be put into effect at the Civilian

by the Employees As- Cafeteria in the future
sociation this week. These supervisors -
k have chosen Individual One of the major changes contemplated is the placing of

employers in their respective departments price tags on each individual item of food. These prices, may

to assist them In the fluctuate each week to reflect the! -

conduct of the election. rise or fall in the cost of food pur in line with current cost of focd.

Assembly. and Repairs-J. S. chased by the cafeteria. If a par Also under consideration: Is the-

Pagan, election supervisor assistants ticular item should rise in price,I idea of installing suggestion boxes

: J. R. Wilson, R. A. there will be a corresponding rise in the lobby outside the cafeteria .

s Scott, Sr., M. E. Golden, M. L. in the sale price; if the cost decreases so that patrons can offer constructive -

Collins, L. O. Hall, T, P. Roberts there will be a downward t criticism regarding its opera-

\\'. C. Vaughn, Leroy revision of the sale price. In this I tion This method, it is hoped,

Thompson, W. T. Pjburn, A. L. manner it is hoped to keep prices I would provide a means for em-
Lee, C. E. McPherson, II. M.RocUwood ployees dining there to help make

R. E. Altwater, F. P. I the cafeteria a better place! in

DuPont, and J. L. Stephens. INSIDE i which to eat, and at the tame time

Supply_}. R. Gardner, elec- 'eliminate senseless complaint to

tion supervisor-Gilbert Moore, PUBLIC WORKS : the Employees Association every
L. B. Harrell, \\'. I). Sharpe, and time an individual feels the cafe

Marcus! F. Howell as assistants. Juanita \\ise teria is not run to his liking
"1" I'ublic'orICsJ. F. Nettles, I These suggestions would be investigated -
Design is back in the news this
election assistants
.. supervisor :
:w"-------- weighed
py .vLW SIDEWALKS!: C'Ul&S-tKOssMNG the mall opposite the A. W. Wilds, S. A. Wlttlnijton, week. The Architectural Section r by the Board of Directors before

Main Administration Building have been laid during the past fewJ G. G. Fulrclotli, F. It. McCulIy, under F. N. Caylor ist making a I accepting or rejecting

weeks by Public Works. In addition a strip was installed opposite and M. E. Arnold. display to depict the surrender of \ posed change. This would any insure pro-

the parking lot directly in front of the Ad Building A crew of General Groups-F. S. Ganna- Japan in Tokyo Bay Arnold Has- against

cement workers are shown as they pour the last few feet of concreteto way, election lUIenlsor-lielen sold, S2c, is doing a great deal of which constantly would result changing not in methods im-

J complete the Job. Duffy, Mary Cosby, Nora Lee the sketching and painting, and he
provement, but in chaos and less
certainly does have a lot of talent.
Robarts, and Henry B. Masterson -
assistants. The display is being sponsored by efficiency.
L9Hj ji8i the Seventh Naval District and In the past few months numer-

will be placed in a mobile unit ous complaints and suggestionshave

; which will tour the State. It will been received. A number of

I !5iUppiv be well worth your while to see it, typical ones, with answers fur-
I 'ff'f.
: AROUNDA.R so be sure not to miss it. nished by the cafeteria managerand
the Board of Directors
of the
, -- .. i Also, everyone in Design is hop-
On'rhalll-by Carl W. = Employees Association
Engine are listed
SALLiES ing for a speedy recovery for Mr.Farmer's .
layer Brother! This Engine below:
wife, who has Just under-
Overhaul is really a "nowyouseeit Engineering News-by Fred E. 'f gone an operation in Riverside Price too high on everj'thins.!

) now-you-don't" outfit. We have Clyne-By the time this article is Hospital. Not'only have the, prices of foodstuffs

more changes around here than in print, Technical Files will have advanced, but also such
The little black kitten which
Carter has pills. undergone a great change. They items as ice, laundry, cleaning sup-
Latest in the parade of eventsis will occupy what was Manufacturing BY CLARA E. SPEERAll was the Paint General Shop's mascot has has plies, etc. Uouevcr, it is not felt

the transfer of our foreman, L. Engineering. The way you can of us here in Supply are it disappeared.that the mice opinion with that the prices are out of line; with

W. Reese, to the Assembly Division gain entrance to this "mass of proud of our own Hartley Steeves him. ran away those charged in Jacksonville for

We all feel that this is a prints and catalogues" is next doorto (Stock Control). His highly amusing the same quality of food.

loss beyond compare. "Mickey", Overhaul Control. Miss Wells cartoons, "It's A Tough Life," Mary L. McCrackan, Y2c, was The quality of the food Is very

as he is affectionately known to will be in charge. are a regular feature in the Jax called back from leave last weekto poor. ,

his friends and fellow workers, Clarence Lamb is moving his Air News. We want the world to be transferred to Washington.When This is an unjust criticism as

came into Engine Overhaul late "little brood" around again, even know that he belongs to the Sup- she and Rosemary Abbottare our invoices will show that only

in 1944, and led this Division to the Drafting Section has moved. ply Department. In our opinion, gone, young and goodlooking the highest grade of foods are
E. l{. Fabrick will be all alone in
his cartoons are cleverer than the
insurpassable records in produc- all divided bought. This
The draftsmen are was not true of Grot
the Lab. But heck he's already
girls, -
in national
publications -
tion and efficiency-under war- into four groups now. Mechanical, average appearing married.D. ty Brother All canned foods purchased -
time conditions. is with- Our favorite is the one Grade
Mickey which is headed by Tom McLaughlin are A.
in the October 3rd issue of the A. Woods chief clerk and his
out question, a right guy--as the ; Electrical and General, head- Courtesy found wanting In the
I'm that all sailors standing at attention dur- wife went to Washington last fountain
saying goes-and sure ed by Paul Carman, and the Aero-
of Engine Overhaul is solidly behind nautical Group, are all under the ing inspection, when the one at week. They went to say "Goodbye" We have dispensed with the
the end who has forgotten his to Mrs. Woods' sister, who is
me in wishing him the success supervision of Clarence Lamb. The services of a number of soda foun
clothes remarks "I think I for
leaving shortly Germany
, which he so richly deserves. Drafting Section is taking up so shine shoes." where she will tain employees who were found to
my accept a position
The only bright spot in connec- much room that the engineersare be discourteous and hate attempt:
with the Civil Service Commission.W. .
t + tion with Mickey's transfer is the hunting refuge in the adjoin- The Supply Bowling League ed to hire only girls whom u.e believed -
S. Stanford has left the Ad
fact that we have a very capable ing office. How about it, "Buz", bowls every Tuesday night on the Bldg. in preference for Maintenance to be especially qualified for
Kenneth Wilkins
replacement in the person of Char- do you need a bicycle? won this work. Our soda fountain area
the prize last week for rolling the He still keeps coming backto
lie Hart. Charlie grew up with We have another new man, Char- ta small and the number of customers -
the File Room though. Thereis
Numbered ,
Engine Overhaul and is well liked lie Phillips, who has been attachedto highest the' boosters game. were Mr. Bennett among, some wonder as to whether it's so great at times that it i.* .
by all who know him. You have the base civilian for two difficult the
as Kenneth McDuffie and Edith Mat- the coffee he likes so much or the for girls to we the
the ball, Charles, and we want you He transferred from NATTC best service and too
years. tox. The League would like to havea ones who make it! the customers ;-
to know that all Engine Overhaul I to A & R drafting this last week. : themselves are very unreasonable -
lot more boosters every weeK.
is cheering you on. Welcome to our group, Charlie. Come out, everybody, and give the at times, such as coming in at

We thought rationing was over, You can sure tell that Earl Pur- boys a big hand! InspectingThe the last minute and being ununllI /-

., but every time we venture forth due has quit the dogs. Just takea Oretha (Stock Con- I tug to wait their turn
into the sop there is some guy look at those clothes he's wear- trol) has been enjoying a two- I Drinking water excessively<< chlorinated -

- wanting to spot us points for this ing lately, or maybe he was build- vacation relatives in and should be regulated
week visiting
of those houses that : ...tt'd by a station medical
or that. That means football-of ing some office
Patuxent River, Maryland. Inspectors
Paul Carman made estimates
course. Each of the local high on.
schools has its full quota of ad- Anyway, we're just kidding, Earl Tiny Osteen (Stock Control) recently BY HELEN BURNETTE I The management of the cafeteria'
assumed the yoke of matrimony -
mirers in our ranks and it is never and Paul. has nothing whatever to do with
The Aircraft Overhaul
The lucky man is Melvin Inspec-
any trouble to get into an argu- Ensign Welch says that he pre- the excessive chlorination/ of tie
stationed at tion Office combined with the
Kohler who is now ,
ment on the subject. Been won- fers that I don't take his name in drinking water, as the water in tie.
Green Cove Springs. Leading Chief's office, Is now located -
dering.if we were going to win an"L" vain in my column. People might in the upstairs office of the cafeteria is received from the same
think that he's wolf. How about : Floyd Barnes (Proposal) is Jubilant \ -
for our ability as a "Monday a Plant Division. The personnel are sources as that at A&R, Supply,
b that! these days. He became No. and the Administration
:Morning Quarterback" this year. i more than pleased with the new Building.
: The "L" is for Lee, of course! There was a fellow who startedon 1 on the Cumberland Road housing location-peace and quiet prevailnot Representation of at least three
.. the team two list-and took a day off to moveIn. from each
We would like to take this op- bowling weeks to mention the luxury and employees departmenton
; . Margaret McDonald (Con-
; ..ortunity to welcome to the fold ago with a raving 94. It was no comfort of the air conditioning the station. Rotate three newemployees
I tract) was knocked down by a car
the Engine Build-Up shop, which wonder the team lost that evening service.W. at each monthly meeting.
Overhaul Buz Gamache expects to recently and suffered bruises and Emergency meetings to be allowed -
was transferred to Engine R. Holmes, inspector in the
Division bring the team up to one of the an injury to her ankle. DepartIng to voice complaints and recommend -
: from the Assembly Ruth Henderson Metals Division, is on leave for a
. this week. two top spots with his average be- Betty few days. He is spending this va- impron'mt'nts.A .
whom the Accounting Department
We are also happy to have Sophie fore the end of the season. Get regrets to lose. She has accepteda cation in South Carolina.The standing Cafeteria Committee

i Geleneau back with us after going, Buz. position with a downtown realty "Chow-Hound" Society- a composed of members from
her absence of several weeks while In addition to the new man in firm. small group of four inspectorsnow Supply and S from A&R: is functioning -

.' on special assignment in the Train- our section we have Gloria Psota back has one' seat vacant, due to now and is working with
" ing Office. who has transferred from Plant Stock welcoming the recent reduction in force. The the manager With the three cafeteria -

It has been noted that the volley- Division. She has been with Civil i from the Army another veteran, following were members of the committee members, plus the

: ball games, which are played daily Service for several years. Gladto Jay: have Ellis back, whom with we us are He all will gladto be 'Chow-Hound"' Society before the three regular Board members, A&

behind Engine Overhaul at lunch I have you, Gloria. of the and vacancy: R. has six employees representing
time Since one of our prominent en- supervisor Bull Rose, Willie the Weep, Big
are well attended by fans Order Section to fill the that department in the operation o]
giners (Foy Howard) who was Stoop, and Abie.
are not interested in the game created by the resignation of the cafeteria.The .
so much as they are the antics of I farmed out to Planning, is knownto Louise Johnson. Abie's seat is vacant, and now regular meal includes bread

Red Burton. Why don't you give be a little on the heavier side, the other three are taking applications and butter; if you do not take

:: your boys a pep talk, Red? now we have to get a substitute Anybody needing a good me- to complete the membership bread and butter, you pay the

And then there's the story about 'for his anatomy, none other than chanic should page Lil Killough However, the new member same for the meal. However, II

the guy who took annual leave to Al Tuggle, more widely known as (Unit 17) I The other day, heading must be willing to accept an appropriate you take bread and butter a la
home from work, the car came to
take his Tubby. Don't take us seriously nickname. For further carte extra for It.
dog to the doctor. Not a Lil did you pay
dead halt. alighted
a information, see Inspector Carlsonin
maternity case, we trust! Al. and !IThe Any items not taken with the
some expert tinkering presto the Propeller Shop.W. .
Now getting down to the serious
Engine Overhaul is represented regular meal are deducted iron
car started and they had no H. Kirk, S2c, is the newest
in the Bowling League by three side, we are looking forward to trouble.It the price of same A la carte you
more addition to the office force. He is
.eams this year-Number 8, 13, seeing Chief Kelley and Margaret do pay extra for bread and butter .r
is wondered what has becomeof messenger for the department,
Ward back to work
soon lemale of cafeteria
captained Bill employees
our ex-checker champ. Time I vice E. C. Rhunke, S2c, who is now
Administration and
Charlie Hart, and Mickey Reese, should be compelled to wear hair
was when he challenged any and fast becoming a full-fledged inspector -
1 Matt Butler-Well chillln, here nets.
respectively. questioned in
all comers and scattered abroad in the Flight Controls
regard to the material of the we are after another strenuous Shop. i It has always been a rkle of the
his profound knowledge gained
teams week-two weeks for IVb's. Even
the captains had one com- from a supposedly infallible book The department extends a cafeteria that female employeeswear

ment, "loaded". Seriously, there with worrying about pay day and of> instructions. 'Then something hearty welcome to the following hair nets while on duty, and

is a possibility that two of these reduction in force, we manage to happened! The "infallible" rules new members and fellow-workers: periodic checks are made to

teams may meet sin the playoffs have a happy week-end. failed! He began to lose! Rumor T. L. Hughes, ACM; R. V. Scott, see that this rule is complied with.

f' Harry has gone on a two-weeks has it that he figured out that ACM; D. E. Staber, ACM; B. I. Need bread and roll warmers M

Lieutenant Smolenski!, the En- leave, and I hope he is enjoying something was wrong with the Gladin, Jr., AM1C; L. L. Gottberg, rolls and cornbread are cold vtbe*

gine Overhaul division officer has himself. Have fun for us, too, book, and that he has returned itto AOMlc; R. W. Mize, AMMlc; C. taken by customers

shown that he la "on the ball" by Harry! the publisher for revision. Fending G. Pavuk, ACMM; W. B. Stevens, As our bakery has been disc+od+

rolling a high game of '228. We see the sales for the partyare receipt of this revision, he has AMMHlc, and J. M. Stephens, tinned, we are HOW buying all

There are Just a few fundamen- coming in pretty slow, so let's taken up pinochle.now AMMHlc. cakes, pastries, and roBs tn Joel

a tals to follow when bowling. Keep get on the ball and make it a sonrille. Rolls are taken out.of

./ 1. cool head, a steady hand, and jam-up session. look pretty. It would be a Then there was the widow who uarming'oven" and placed directlyon

font forget to leave the ball go After seeing "Lena the HyenaV i shame to run a Lena the Hyena told the bachelor: Take it from me steam table and should to tv .

: n you chunk it! picture in the paper, moat women | contest: In AAR,:wouldn't it; -don't get married. when taken by a.ftOfMTIo '

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-' cuHAr TO DO! WHERE TO GO/ .

Old timer of a month or two It

MOVIE SCHEDULE here'may remember that we had P
t e x hoped to get the Hobby Shop .....
NATTC completely done over with assistance
from the Bureau and stuff. ; I II

THURSDAY-"GALLANT BESS", starring Marshall Thompson I I Like many such- things these days

mJ George Tobias. Shows at 1100. I73i, and 2000 the program has bogged down andit j.
looks like the auper-dooper ahop
HUlHTt'lm."TEMPTAToN," starring Merle I with all kinds of crafts will be a

Oberon and George Brent Shows at }.I(1). 1730 and :2000. long time a-coming, The only
thing to do in a spot like that into
SUM).\Y-'THE SECRET OF THE WHISTLER," starring Leslie do the best you can with what

Broolts and Richard Dix Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000. you have and with local talent.

i-I By keeping the Hobby Shop
MOMJiVY\ AM Tt'rM\Y-"DECEPTION:: ," starring Bette Dav- where it is now, we will be able

is and Paul H nreid. Shows at 1400. 1730 and 20'')<). to use the room, formerly a

Chiefs' mess, that has some electrical
WEDNESiAY-"TERROR: : TRAILS." starring Charles Starrett connections in it that will

ml Tex. Hardin, Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000. take power tools This will enable

setting up what woodworking
TIIUUsDXY-"THE BOWERY" !starring Wallace Beery and chinery we have, and make a P!)

George Raft. Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000I for plugging in other equip

that may be handy. A woodworking
IIIDXV. -"BLUE SKIES" starring Bmg Crosby and Fnd: As-\ instructor is being appointedto
taire. Shows, at 1100. 1730 and 2000. _.n
CAPT. II. \. HOPKINS, USN, Commanding Officer of the Naval have supervision of the use of
I Air Technical Training Center is shown in the picture above presenting this equipment. Such wood as can
Yellow Water
the Diploma of Graduation to Richard R Watts, Sic USN the be found will be stockpiled and all I
hands. are invited to make use of
student to the SKV School
SUMY-"GALLANT BESS" starring Marshall Thompson and 3.535 graduate from it.

George Tobias. Shows at HOt, 1730 and 2000 w
It looks: now asif other woodworkers ,
IOM\Y AM Tl'l: ';>U\Y "TEMPTATION," starring Merle hpAR'y Capt. Hopkins Speaks will have to compete in

Oberon and George Brent. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000( the shop with some boat build.
Upon Occasion Of 3rd era The first project to enter the
KIMCS: ; 1).\"SECRET OF THE WHISTLER," starring Leslie shop is going to be a plywood

Brooks and Richard Dix Shows at 1400, 173\ and 2000! TtI BirthdayOfSKVSchool "Penguin sailing dinghy, which
I am going to build myself hav-

TIIURSDAY-NO SHOW. I.J A.p,. The Aviation Storekeeper Schoolwas ing been fortunate enough to find

*'KII>.\Y AM U '\' ,\"DECEPTION.." starring. Bette Davis honored to have as its\ speaker. Home' waterproof plywood out in
aril Paul Henry Shows at It 00. 1730 and 2000. Showing a high esprit de corps, town Anyone interested. in boats
Capt. H, V. Hopkins, Commanding Is Invited to come over and see
In the face of strong oppositionfrom :
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD the TOA "B. B." Stackers, j Officer of N A TTC. upon the ocI how it Is",Toing. There are a couple .
the AEM Sparkles kept their undefeated I casion of the Naval School's\ Third of boats for repair, includingone
HOIIHY SHOP Monday through Friday record in an exciting I' Anniversary and the graduation that should 'evolve into a

21 W, Saturday, 1300-2130. New location in Bldg. thrill-packed fray Monday afternoon I ceremonies of class S0last Friday launch for tuningtrip* some! day
Wing N<>. 1. Instructors on duty for leather The Stackers showing October 25: I if Chief Malley has his way.

model I airplanes 1100t' smoothness of performance were Capt. Hopkins commented brief- Equipment is rather scarce now,
BEER: IIYLL-Open nightly 1730-2130." held to a 7-6 score only by the Ily upon the Importance Service but we hope it Will improve rap

and inside areas. Sandwiches and snacks will-to-win of the AEM team. i i Schools and the major role playedby idly.A.

B(111LiNi--Six alleys behind Ship's Service The large enthusiastic crowd of the schools in the recent war, photo dark room U also on
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday AEM Football fans who attended and. said that "no fighting force, the b<)oks. We may have to build
1700-2130. Free bowling if you st your own pins. the game were undoubtedly a ground, sea or air Is any better this ourselves but the preliminary
lOc a line for pin boysSN'lMMINiAil: I big moral booster to the team. Included than its supply support", also plans look good and photo snappers .

in the crowd were such 'drawing a parallel between the old are invited to turn to on

:, ( Outdoor Pools: Closed I Indoor station notables as Captain Hopkins "guess and by gosh and hope I'm this project, the plan. of which
Comdr.. Blythe. Lt. Comdr. will be completed soon
Pool Bldg. 611, Recreational. Swimming. Monday, right" method of supply in fashion
Zimmerman and our own Comdr. prior to the war and the present The idea behind all this ia to
Tuesday Wednesday Friday 0000' to 1200. Monday Sauter. Captain Hopkins, a football efficient methodical process\ baaed get more people interested in using -
through Friday, 1800 to 2045.: Saturday 10 >.0 to 1200, fan. has been out to watch upon, usage data provisioningteams what facilities we have and

1300 to '6')1). 1700 to 2015 Sunday 1200 to 1600, 1700to many of the games. ,, and knowledge and experi- to turn to in helping to improve
2015.IUIl'AnYlne We hear that the electrical display : ence of experts. them. The only way to get thin
of the AEM "A" Schoolto After shop in first class shape Is\ to do it
: speech, Capt.
the Navy Day Display[ in Han- presented\ certificates and Hopkins: ourselves and 1 am. sure there
;\ ; interested in Joining the NATT gar No. 113 went over big with gratulations to the con- are plenty of men here now that
j the crowd of Navy "fans," In graduating would be Interested In the work
'. Cab Orchestra, contact T. F. Raye at Barracks 465. I' case you didn't know-our display class, which graduated with a class
of 84.74.OfficerinCharge.
NWIC J.llut.ULocate..s in Auditorium Included mock-up: of the G E average
Reverse Current Relay, Carbon of the school SMOKER TONIGHTAT
Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 0300 to Pile Voltage Regulator, Curtiss is Lt. S. C. Allison, (SC USN

2O. Wednesday 1230 to 2100( Saturday and Sunday Electric Prop and Curtlss Electric who assumed charge on 2 June YELLOW WATERYellow
Prop Governor i I 1946. relieving now Lt. CoinJr.. W.
t 123' to 2100. Meadows, Water has a big treat
Picturesque people and patter in store for them tonight whoa
lanky, dark and handsome H. The SKV School was first openedin
.VIIII.K'IIC (OKAi Available at Gear Locker, another famous Boxing Smoker .
Flscus, member of the pigskin Alameda California in October
will be held
I for their
Physical Training Department Bldg. 513. team and "Mother Hubbard" to our 1943 and was\ moved here to Jack
I, .. I with sonville in 1944, Chief Al Sinibaldi NATTC's
lt\INClSmokers held regularly. Anyone interested numerous students headquar- April
I Boxing coach has informed us it
ters'ln Bks. No. 9. Usually
in Chief AI Sinibaldi groans 1
participating contact will be
F Jat a 10-b<>ul. card with five
i "I know I know. Which means
( of the PT.
Department. I matches furnished
that Fiscus needs another shave. Indoor Swimming Pool by NATTC
4 i 1'I'NN: IS- Racquets and balls available at Physical Picture Andy Cavar and Tommy men, and like number of five furnished

513. Thompson bent over a tiny by men from Yellow Water.
Training Bldg Reopens For Winter
I It will not be
) I skillet intent on processing their ; a contest, as\ n()

1"OOTKXLL-Intra-murals: Games held on Mondays, Wednesdays 3-Hx good scrambled egg sand. Families Are Welcome from:NATTC Yellow boxer Water.will be fighting ono
ani Fridays, 1600, on field bordered by Allegheny Road. wiches. Do I hear a faint cluck
{ All
cluck ? ? Must be the hen that's you Yellow Water fans \
In case you didn't see our no- t to be d'It"lurg
WHERE TO GO ASHORE I all those lovelee : on hand for the .
I laying Wortche Hoffman of the eggs. tice in the last edition of this pap- Starting time is 8 o'clock .
genera- er, call
I I may we to your attention ---
{ ;I JACKSONVILLE? IU.UllfS-Buses: : : leave at frequent Intervals tor gang finally sweated out that ', that all outdoor
I Swimming Pools i iI JAX AIR
: from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sari e as Navy. Surf bath- leave for Baltimore. Md. and I I are closed and all I NEWS .
Swimming Is to NAVAL
Ing and other recreation at one ot worlds: finest ocean beaches. Bus please pronounce that fair city in II I i be done at the Modern, New AIR TECHNICAL
fare 2oc.CANOLINO. one gulp! Can you ? Instructor I I door Pool In Building 614. TRAINING CENTER:
Kenny McDonald, hails from Bos- In.1 'IIPt"n Hi*"n| V. II .kin.. USN.
'i a riMll.NG, AND BOATING: edar River on San ., ton is\ still T. A. D.'n at the''I The Pool will\ be open for nininnilnu!
; I Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shuie! Bus threu blocks: from last stop on Shreveport, La.. State Fair Air I ational Swimming-that is for all Commander Robert. P. U wb..., USN,
\ ; San Juan Row Boats -two hours, 50c; canoes-$100 per h.urj; motori Show. Hear that "Throttle" Ste. I j' service men and their families Editorial Otrices Kxecutiv; for
I In the morning between 0900 NATTC
+ o1ts-$2.00' per hour five to eight people per boat. vena also has done a good job and Section. Rooms 137 ,
II i( 1200 on Monday, Tuesday Wednesday and 138
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while on duty with these air shows. I Administration
and Friday, and from 1800( to Building :500-A.
\ : Navy Day Exhibitir I We shore were sorry to hear i 2015 Monday through Friday. On I Tel. Ext. 20*
that Joe Caccimlsl Is awaiting or-1 1/ i AdvUur J
ii Ag ders Cacci has been in the school week-ends the pool is\ open from E. W. Andr.... Ll. Cum.lr. ChCI( i _
1 100) to 1200 a300 to .
1 for long time. Good luck, Cacci'Romancing 1600 and I Kdil.ir ( '
a ...
1700 to 2015; Sunday from 1200 I Arthur KoutwmiMi, Sl. !)".r
\ __ on the path I to 1600 and 1700 to 2015. Those I 1'111111 Writer ,
: Davis, Just call me "book issue," Kolwrl. J. W.hl.nu." SJ!
living aboard the station and in .
f ended his resistance recently by t Dewey Park are urged to use the i Mile by !NAS Photo LAb A Av. Fund ii'rh..IIJllr".h.
; r r getting himself "hitched" to a real
4 k morning swimming period. i i I Sihmil Photo_Lob
gal from Tallahassee That's
( 1 purty ---- -- -_._ -
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t r9, in Steger Florida what are the girls going I Intramural League Adlo'I;; I

| to do without your attentiveness
at the parties now that you are I IR
.(i ., engaged )

Did you know that Ron
r Bendy better known for his slug-

ging, Is a student of Class E-15 \'W
f now in Basic Phase? Bondy is: giv- 'ffiii"-r; i i ""a-r

ing us: a hand with "Physical Tor .. i
.",. '' .
roe 1f' I .
ture" each afternoon to our ever R T'r1r! -.r
t t so grateful students Doing fine ') ":; .
/ f.i; '' rl! ,
/ job so they tell me. No comments wl.; ,. ;
--... .
Ilj Iljf N 't, $...
; .
: please! 1 .
:! ,
J : Until next week I'll be see'n .it t;. ;: t: ;,;; SI-Y t .

you. .:t .i ,"*
I ..u; ..v. ";.., .,, : '"
p Forgotten In the midst of the .... .
f SHOWN' ABOVE III a part; of the Navy;: Day Exhibit which wa world's crisis dept. ROUND. the TCT' -triple threater, Is'caught by the cameraman

'1: 1 oa display In Hemming Park Ut Saturday, October 26. On display I Does anyone know whether making ready to get off &'punt in the recent game with the Marine
wets numerous safety of air-sea reoctie. back from the' war:" thrown by the same Round to DereHyn kLr

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31 October 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven '

J --

w WATER I "Hard Rock" Harden 5ijh :JaeJ> TCT Downs Ktaiiies To

DLO Hard Hitting End

Jajn+ I'. Davis, Jr., 11SM
By 'pl. H

o For Jax Navy TeamThe There are several types of line Take Over Fh'si Plfmce
i in
guides for fly rods but those ,
Navy general use and the most pra'Uulare

performance this year what are called "snake" guide I Win 6 To 0; XO Wins 6 To 0
can be attributed to a large extent
j I I made of brass 6r bronze wire. Thlowest
in the hard-hitting end from on the rod is ('ailedthe < From TAI: TEA Ekes Past TOil
' ..,Joe ,Trexler tV. W.'a. Eddie Can NATTC Marvin C Harden, Jr., ; guide adn is usually!;;
'It ';:'JeJ') 'now.has three'little girls. Hii better known as "Hard Rock" to stripping guide and made c f Football has taken ever the spotlight TEA 7, TOA 6
'II t ," ,new,addition fcrtttg ol the feminine of the Garnix type in NATTC activity these paSt Iy Carr and Mnnd'cJulin
\. ,rartet'1)ear the ',went. down either tungsten steel, or an.agaUneI weeks. Games are played Monday, TOA's gridiron eleven was nosed

t \ar bqt1J ht"a nCal w I center several dlfferen Wednesday, and Friday at the out Monday afternoon by TEA division
W'Dlfltie an6'Dte fiHtk are tying Fly-rods have of bending Athletic Field starting at 1600, in a hard fought game. Although
trii' _"of, types!! of action, (degree sections being TOA piled up 9 first
I the,*not orf NqvemberIK suited to different Cheering are organ
ct ,,' \ ? DQroJh J'o.Atti"a.. Shoe Sales and springiness), itself. ized and the attendance is larger "downs to their opponents' two,
cr .1!='Jnft'rorr"ax,,;) right after the first types!! of fly-fishing th every game. Here's the games of i they failed to get the point after
!\'of",the'" yeftr. These Wedding Belli The two general divisions are and the past week. !i their lone touchdown, and were left
, are breaking up that old gang or: wet-fly rod, the dry-fly rod, XO10'6 From TAI | with the short end of a 7 to 6
. steelhead rod. ,
. the salmon or
,nint'. their score.
Showing improvement
rod is of fairly stiff actioi
r Supples little heart throb (on' wet-fly those artificial previous game with TCT, the XO I Fast and furious action began
C flute for a movie) has left Shlp'i I and is used when .fishing designed to I Division team took a 6 to 0 victory in the ()opening minutes of play but
flies that are forces of TAI last fumbles and various other mishapson
Service for parts unknown leavinga ) I the surface of the over the
I worry superintendent for the beer sink beneath mucl i Wednesday on the NATTC Athletic both sides kept either team
rod is
, hall. Love started but didn't bios water. Thf..,dry-fly it wil I Field.. The boys from XO from scoring more than one touchdown
"om, lighter and very springy so had trouble holding onto the ball Late in the first period,
that i ill
Don Hooten has a Skeet gur handle a very light fly surface in their first game, but are -becoming Wable, half back for TOA, begana
L that in never known to miss IICn supposed to float on the salmon more adept in the art of drive from his own 42 ly
Lt shoots around corners (and of the lake or stream. The much holding the pigskin. Also uncovered carding the pigskin 17 yards to

liable to get the boys that are or steelhead fly-rod is a in the game, was an accurate the TEA 41. On the next play
) making slanderous! re- heavier built rod than the stand pass throwing arm which belongsto Lawrence drove to the 34 and after
ard fly rod and its use is more< advancedto
of the XO an incomplete
Henry Armstrong pass
narks about him and the gun)1. it.
for a type of fly-fishing within i squad. It was his accurate arm the 30. Wable again took over
Chief Neilson used to buy a new self. Space doesn't permit mucl and off four of
I : which set up the day's only score ripped more yards
hat after every trip ashore, but U'.If.. I II more or I could go into the infiniti in the third quarter, by throwing along TEA soil. Another Incomplete pansand
now that the little gal from Oklahoma i his shipmates is one of the best details of fly rods themselvessuch I 30-yard pass to Tom Ted- it was Law"nce going to the
City has him looking at diamond offensive blockers on the squad, as steep taper and parabolic esco from the TAI 45tdown to the 17 where the pehod; ran out.

rings-the situation has I and as rugged a defense man as action rods. Fly lines and leaden 1 15, who proceeded to'gallop over I On the second play after the
changed. you will find on any team. In addition will be the next subject for discus for the touchdown. Two other I change of goalseller passed to

Chief Barron carries his huge he is a good pass receiver, I sion. times XO seriously threatened the Hentzen on the 10 yard marker
ring in his old snap purse! now 1: and one of the "Iron Men" on the I II If any of the readers have any; TAI double chalk mark only to but an offside penalty called the

Seems the lovelight is no longer I squad In the Pensacola game I questions to ask (concerning fish, lose the ball on downs. play back and put the ball on

shining; like the diamonds In the last Saturday, he played the en- fishing or tackle, write me in ('Rreor I To start the game, Wasson of the 23 Michael, TEA quarter

bauble. I l tire 60 minutes of the toughest : this paper and if I don't know XO kicked all the way down to the back, then threw a monkey wrench

Marvin Scott and his band pro game this season the answer I'll find it for you. TAI goal line and TAI was stop into TOA's forward motion by intercepting

vided the music for the dance here I "Hard Rock" is a local boy, I II If you'll toss that plug up therein ped dead on their own 5. Forced a pass and returning it

last Monday night All hands who born in Greenville, Flordia, and the water by that sunken log I to punt, the TAI boot went to to the mid-field stripe. Fieelund,
attended said he really has a hep living I in Jacksonville for a number and those reeds, I bet an old lunkei the XO 45, from where Armstrong on the next play wiggled his way
outfit of jears He attended Andrew i will come out of his home to give< I rifled a pass to Droll who went through the TOA wall and clashed

'ihere will be a smoker at Yellow I Jackson High School, where he you a tight That little open spoof all the way to the TAI goal line. the remaining distance for the
Water Arena on the 31st. It's Hal played stellar football for three water in those weeds and lily' The referee ruled that Droll had first tally of the game. Kee bucked

lowe'en night in case any of you years, and was active in other I pads would be a good place to stepped out of bounds on the TAI the line for the point after
are not good at'remembering sports in the school. place a fly, too. : 15, and from there the XO attack touchdown and the score was 7 to
dates, etc. NATTC and Y. \\'. will chosen I Good luck and enjoy yourself stalled. Again in the final quarter 0, with TEA holding the lead.

both be represented in bouts; so Captain Marv was for the unexpectedly Cherry Point Marine even if the fish don't take as much, a nice 20 yard pass fram I Several exchanges of punts
lets' all -attend and take in these and himself interest in you as you do in them,, Armstrong to Droll on the TAI 30 found neither team gaining giound
distinguished "
fast bouts. It starts at 2000; so I game I I "Dave. was complete, and Droll went to until late in the second quarter
by playing an outstandinggame
let's pet here early and avoid the both offensive and defensive S. S the TAI 15, where, again, the XO when Atkinson started the TOA ,
crowds running attack failed. team rolling by intercepting a past
playing practically the
Chief Phillips, Staskal, and ; RED CROSS ACTIVE Other than these scoring threatsby on the TEA 15. Lawrence packedthe
Ticxlcr all had bnby girls in the XO, the whole of the game was ball to the 8 yard marker
last few days Looks like there "Hard Rock" Harden took his AT NaTechTraCenBy see-sawed back and forth betweenthe and a spot pass from Weller to
will be a bunch of Tom-bojs in boot training at San Diego and two teams 30 yard lines I Childs put it on the one. After
there qualified as an expert Rifleman Ii. ilertiman two I incomplete Old Man
our new generation. Congrats to I I I TCT Defeat Marines passes
tvcrjbodj and Third Class Swimmer. The Red Cross at NATTC is still Sparkeby the yard gaining Time intervened, and the first half

The Skeet Team here at Yellow His leave home is addiess 1245 East when 15 on>th Libertyor Street, I on the ball trying to do the many ability of Round in running and ended with TEA clinging to a 7 to

Water is gradually shaping into a Jacksonville Fla.JOKE. small things that go to make life passing, and the first organized 0 lead.
fairly formidable outfit. They lout t.JI I more livable We had an ojiportun' cheering section of its kind fco far TEA received the kick-off to begin -
the first couple of matches to Cecil ity to procure two radios for the this season, the TCT team defeated the second half but was held

Field, but they have ironed out the ; JI benefit of the patients at the dispensary. the Marine Air Detachmentlast to no gain for three downs Kee
kinks now One never knows Among other items thai. Friday in the Intramural punted out to his own 43 On the

maybe we will surprise' a lot e>f are available to the poor confineesare League 6 to 0. first play Wable, main stay in the

people with a rt-n ght bunch of !! cigarettes, stationery, toilet I It was the same play that defeated TOA backfield, swivel hipped his
win: articles, and anything else that we XO but a week ago that way over right tackle and outraced .

Kx-Lieut. cjg> Jerry Bennettwas happen to have at the time. Thtabove I produced the game's only touchdown the TEA backs for 43 :yards
from Round to Der- and dirt. On the conversion
down from North Carolina U are strictly material but we I -a pass pay ,
last week-end. Seemed to be, the W try to offer matter of fact satisfaction -i esynski good for 53 yards and a Lawrence was stopped at the goal
t. to the servicemen also in score Round missed the try for line just short of the needed extra -
but his football
name Jerry, playing
the extra the kick the 7 to 6,
rendering our usual assistance in point going point leaving score
has muscled him a lot. First Infant "What's ,
up wrong
the case cf emergencies.. Men, incase wide of the goal posts! The fourth period found TOA
K ,C., the ex-Batber, decided to you seem puzzled I
become a fljboy. Left the barbershop Second! Infant: "No, I was just you don't know this, you may I The Round to Deresynskl: pass desperately trying every trick they
was the only long thrown and could muster to score A series ofpasses
come to our office at any time, I pass
with its Zing of the clippers I thinking of going back on the bot-
completed in the entire The from Weller to Veazy began -
with any. problem that is! troubling game
for the zoom of the'jellow penis tle, I'm tired of having cigarette I
'Theie I was at 30.0U0 feet, flat ashes dropped in you, and we will do all in our power Marines had a tricky pass play clicking and it looked "? if
my ejes
on back ," to help you solve it. Maybe wec'an't I that was thrown as a spot! pass the tide might be turned, the TEA
my to the receiver in the flat who defense tightened, however, and
l assist you in coming to a def
Ship's Co. bowling; team was Some nice gills are not afraid of
: immediately laterals to a backfieldman the time ran out with TOA
I .inite conclusion right then and game
champs last week Seems they remaking mice. Others have pretty legs
habit of being the weekly there, but possibly we could steer coming around and then runt vainly trying to push through fur
a t ning interference. Two of the three the tally.
you in the right direction towardIts
lclp.notdlers. HOWEVER, as I Europe: A collection of countries
solution Take advantage of times It was tried it was successful League Standing" *
this to to inform with their shoulders I
goes press we egret chips en
and the play went for 10 Following is the Intramural
I jour Red Cross, we are located in
you that the old champs) are and none on their tables.
I the NATTC Administration Bldg. yards or more on each occasion. League standings:
and the hew
vanquished, new j 'an-; 500A, room 139. The "white hats" in the East Team Won Lost Tied rd,
are the Fire laddies, Women ( keep a secret just
Department By the the Red Cross Field bleachers formed the cheering TCT . 2 0 0 ],(100TAF
well it takes more way
Smoke ns men only
eaters> whipped Ship'sby I as Director is a Notary) Public and section First they were briefed on . 1 0 0 1.t.OO
duke of them to do it. '
fifty pins to annex the will be glad to assist you in his the yell by the hard-working TEA . 1 0 1 2.0(10

night. I small way in making those legalpapers I cheerleader, then the cheer rent COB . 1 1 0 r.JQ
Httsta Take We lik.a man who comes right
Luego, Amigos. care
legal.ttTl'lL.NT I the air. First the one about I XO . 1 1 0 200
of out In the and what he
yourselves.Chief open says t "Strawberry shortcake! and the l I TOA 1 1 0 .M0
thinks when he with us. I
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agrees OFFICERS AND second, which came a period later Marines 0 1 1 600rEB
: How did jour girl: like I (i'IIIEi"SpARBER SHOP MOVEDThe was bne to the effect of "Beat . 0 1 0 ..f'ft
that the where part of
suit her' Home place
bathing you gave ; "
0 2 0 .000)
the Marines. TAl. ..
Student Officers' and Chiefs'barber
Cox: Fine. You should have seen the family waits until the lest of 1-
her gram when she pot: into it'!' the family brings back the car. shop, formerly located in .
Room[ 151 of Building 700 has been Lona PasS.

moved to Room 103 in the same ,
A :
Loft Iz landed
building It is open for business -. ", *
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from 0830 until 1700 on week-days "T1
except Saturdays. 1

ii t ...
) Mrs. Vandeiham was giving abridge !

party when the patter of ..
.iny: feet was heard from the headf
> the stairs

Hush," the said softly, "the

(hildren are going to give theirroodmght

: message. It always
&:rives me such a sentimental feel-
!r h a '
np to hear them.
There was a moment of tense

Hence, then shrilly: "Mamma1!
"ercy found a bedbug!" '"

'It won't be wrong now," said
he bride as she walked down thelisle.

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How about the man on the fly- I I YL

Ing trapeze who caught his wife in '
the act'
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MTK'K The Men'l haudi.e THE NATTC FOOTBALL Intramural League is turning out successfully

I Stores part of the NATTC Ship' as evidenced! by this picture of the fan present in the TA1-

Sere ice will lnf IHU for liustiicMt XO game last Wednesday the Athletic Field Pictured in action

.....IUI'tql,... RIa .i.,-- _''7''<>''"' fur the entire month M( Nvvftii- j is Henry Armstrong XO letting go with one of his long pigskin

PHOTO at the NATTC Boxing Smoker the Tuesday before bar on SalurxUjH,, "iU. the ....- tonnes to .Droll deep in TAI territory Droll caught the pass, juggled
last October snapped 15 ot the Auditorium showing Joe Glee of CTOlanding 1 option tit this toiniuK Sului- it, and was ruled incomplete a moment later when he was hit and

a hard left to the Bide of the bead of Turn Tedesco of Ship's day November 2. TojUu.l, will l lost hold (>f it The ,TAl man running along Bide of him ia Walker.. s
"* Tcdesco. lie open only until,NvveiiiUvr 15. Backfield man. XO won the game by 6 to,(XII
f:, con took the victory by ont )olnUng :



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lIIOLT.il Tilt: JAX-NAVY roOTIlALL KLKVKX; played good enough footballto before he was pulled down by Howard Hansen. (Upper right Vu/ty ThompaOii is

beat many teams they did not have enough experience or weight to defeat snapped sweeping around the Pensacola star lineman Nils Sevalstad, for a short
gain i Lower left! Pensacola kIcks off to the Jax team at the beginning of the second -
defeat Jaxmen
the Pensacola Goslings who pinned a 6-0 on the at Pensarola Saturday -
I hall ( Lower right) Nick Athans (21) breaks into the clear after taking a
before 13,000 rabid football fans. ( Upper left Jack Beckett, one of the big
guns but Mollie behind.
( punt from Mancos Rodgers12)( pulled him down from (Centel"The )
in the Pensacola backfield is shown setting up the only score of the game in the I Pensacola drum majorettes led the high school band: as they went through
second period. Beckett sliced off tackle and went 33 yards to the three yard line I various difficult formations between the halve
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Tigers Held To Scoreless Tie Jax Bows To Pensacola 6 0 For I

Again With Hastings Vocational I First Conference Loss Last SaturdayArchery


.. Plagued by intermittent rains, the NAS Jax colored foot Club ClimbsIn PERIOD SCORE OF STRONGER ELEVENHy

ball eleven was held to another scoreless deadlock with Hastings Popularity Since

Vocational School at Hastings, Fla., last Friday. The DOUG CUOCKKT: f2('

locals opened their season at home against the vocational Being ReequippedWith : In a hard-fought, bitter battle in which the line play of

school earlier this month and were held to a scoreless tie, also both teams dominated the action, the Pensacola Goslings

playing the second half in a deluge of rain. an indoor all and new outdoor archery arise equipment, and, pinned a heart-breaking 6-0 defeat on the Jax-Navy football

Jax: received the kick-off, and -- --- its membership almost doubled 'eleven before 13,000 fans at Pensacola Saturday. Not only
out the mistakes which they madein NAS Jax Club is well bigger than the locals but they possessed
after a few line. and pass plays,, the : Archery were the Goslings
and held the down-staU the game with Hastings last on its way to being one of the I I that football "savvy" which comes only. with years of experience.
punted week. The center of the Tiger leading pastime sports here at Jax. : Every one of W the players
lads to little yardage. Midway in line, Wallace Witherspoon, and In existence for less than a week, who started the game for Pen- center for ten yards, but he was
the second period old man weather Turner, have been working steadily the local bow and arrow club has sacola had played either collegeor hit very hard by the safety man
took over and dampened all been the scene of a small-type pre-flight football, and threeof and fumbled. Nils Sevalstad
hopes of a passing attack from and have formed a combination A&R plant, for the young archers the pigskinners had played at pounced on the ball and the Gos
either eleven. This was hard luck which will be hard to beat. The have been making some equipmentand the Naval Academy. lings were on their way once
for the locals since Tommy White two tackles, Kemper and Cheat- repairing other archery gear kicked off to start I more. Beckett sliced off tackle
their brilliant passing fullback, I ham, are turning into two hustling nightly at their clubhouse in Bldg The Goslings and T. S. Ary, captain, I but only made three yards. He hit
had already completed six of eight linemen who will be able to hold 809 where the "welcome" mat is I the carried game back to his 39. The powerful the same spot on the next play
aerial thrusts. Had it not rained, any charging line back. always out to newcomers. I j I Pensacola line stopped the and broke into the secondary and
Jax: might have come home with Switching to the backfield, Kor The outdoor range has been set locals dead in their tracks and headed for the right sideline. He
its second victory of the season. ver has a well-rounded quartet. "William Tells" can be found tar- I "Wahoo" Mancos was forced to appeared well on his way to pay-

The Tigers rang up 12 first Led by Harry Gault at quarter, up and each afternooathe modem :. punt. Jack Beckett took the oval dirt on the ten, but an inspi-\:
downs to the Hastings' 7. The the Jaxmen have been kept right get practicing. Not only are they on his own 20 and started up the Hansen dove through the aba _'t
second half turned out to be a bat- on the ball all season. Gault calls having fun but they are gettingsome I right sideline. The dully block : last ditch tackle to slam B
good healthy exercise. Three I kett to the ground on the threeI .
offensive the for the colored eleven
tle of lines. Jax: would get an signals ing and hard running shown on
attack be and the lads husthn'. Plas- targets have been placed on the I yard marker. Stuart Nelson hit
rolling, only to keeps this play gave hint of what was to
line. kett and Chadwick the two halfs, outdoor range while there are two I the tackle for a one yard gain
stopped by the game Hastings come as Beckett carried to the ,
I targets in the indoor range. and then he smashed over the oth-
Hastings was able to penetrate as can always be counted on when 40. The Jax line was playing
Some of the new equipment purchased : er tackle for the score. Rollie Rogers -
far the Jax extra yardage is needed. and forced
as 25-yard stripe I heads up ball, however '
for the organization Includes : and Marvin Harden broke
where the local stellar linemen held The NAS Jax colored eleven is the Goslings to punt. Beckett I
three dozen bows, around though to block the try for the
on downs. a formidable outfit and the station 1,000 arrows tassles used to wipe kicked 60 yards into the endzoneand extra point.
can well be proud of the colored Jax took possession on their
dirt from the when shootIng -
J\\: I'u""" II.IMIM.SKurnsey" : arrows I For the rest of the half the
\Vatkliu . . UK: . . lads. As they represent NAS in the field, and bands to pro own 20. Once more the hard I teams battled in Jax terii-
Cheatham . .10'. .. . Mt Duffy Jax, they should be backed whole tect arms from the string, shooting I charging Goslings stopped the deep I
Wlihcripuon . KG .. ... IJoj.ton heartedly. blue-and-gold and Mancos kicked tory but the Goslings we're unable
Wallace . ... .C ... .... henry glov+.5 to protect the fingers, of .to push another score' .Cross*''1;
Tumor ..... .LG. . .. ... Other If pigskin fans of the stationare and fletching material. The latter out danger. :, : .
Kemper ... .... .. LT. .. . Fields interested in seeing a good is for the repairing of the equip The Jax line, not to be outdoneby In the third peiiod.l-'th Pensa
Wadu ... ... LK:. . .. ArnoldDKon football ment. the more experienced gladia cola squad kept theba1UdeepLinJax
to be tomorrow
vault .CiUCM . . game the place territory and in a, desperate
.id\\iek'------- HBI'laskctt . . DuiantFeldci afternoon is at the Mat The new arrows are from differ- tors held and Beckett booted another
. . .11 U .. . when the Tigers meet St. Augustine ent sections of the country and spiral far downfleld. After attempt to get out Qt the shadows
White .KU . RamseyPrepare in one of the top-notch games the world The hunting arrows another exchange of punts Pen- of their own goal-poa'ts, the:locals
sacola took over the pigskin on threw a pass. Though Mancoa was
between colored elevens being are made of imported Norway '
For St. Augustine behind the line when' ''h'threw
played this week pine, while the target arrows arc their own :SO. Beckett and Nelson
watchful of CoachDutch"
Under the
eye it, it was complete to Tuffy
a made of California Port Oxford carried for a first down and then
"' Korver, the local colored cedar. Beckett carried for another first Thompson for a gain of 28 yards.
eleven has been working extensive This the of the
was longest gain
ly this week for the fray with St. Golfing Back In At the next meeting, Monday down. day for the Jaxmen
although \
evening at 1930, the club will hold Athens took the ball on the next .
Augustine High at the Mat tomorrow i' locals could have scored at
As and wide around his .
I.. Spotlight election of officers, and a discus- play swung
afternoon at 1600. point in the had they gotten
I sion of the proposed hunting trip own right end. Near the line of game
The Jaxmen have been workingon I Returns From LeaveGolf to be held soon. Also, the archersare scrimmage he was hit by a hordeof the breaks.\
passing ad the main attack for i! planning for an inter-club whlte-shlrted Jaxmen but as he The game ended with Jax throw-
tomorrow's encounter. Tommy' news gets back into circu- tourney. went down he threw an unbelievable ing passes all over the field, but
White is still handling the passing : lation with the return of Jack a lateral to Beckett who reached the Goslings kept cool and knocked
chores, while Walking: and Wade ;I Harvey to the Golf Shack. Jack Jax Faces Banana RiverIn the Jax: 25 before a desperate most of them down. The 'uperionty -
are holding down the end posts I I went to Boston for a vacation, Rollie Rogers pulled him down. of the .Goslings and the
and smoothing out certain flaws and after making the rounds up Final Games Tomorrow Marvin Harden broke through on spirit of the Jax-Navy eleven is
which have shown up In the last I in "bean country", Jack's ready to The NAS Jar Softball nine it the next play and threw the ball well shown by the fact that Jax:
few games. Both are stellar ends, i I get some more tourneys started. scheduled to meet llaiuna Ititer carrier for a loss to end the racked up 5 first downs to the
and if old King Sol beams out I The next, by the way, is scheduled tomorrow afternoon at 1500 at I threat. A determined array of Gosling's 13 and that Pensacola
from above football fans are in for next Wednesday. There will the power plant diamond. Thin Jaxmen took over the ball, and made a total of 213 yards to Jax
for an aerial show featuring the be a driving contest hole-in-one nil finish up the .lav schedule. I with an eye on the far distant eleven's 103.
passing of White and the down- I tourney, and a golf demonstration. If the local can rome out on goal line, set to work. -
field hustle of the two big ends. I "Next week there will be more top in tits twin bill, they will I Howard Hansen carried twicein I Little dog (looking up at the
Korver has had his line busy at golf news and something to write have wun second place In the succession,; and made .a first i parking meter) Heckyou got to
work every day also smoothing I I about." Harvey predicted. conference down on the 33. Clarke hit the I pay now,