Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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/ 1-No. 37 21 November 1946

. Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and, 7th Naval District


'1''5 i":' TO THE RESCUE I! Meets

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Locals Face Toughest Opposition

: : Of Season At Stadium SaturdayThe
<" '. Jax-Navy football eleven will meet its toughesttest

,'" ", ,;. 'J.," ,: ium when it meets the Fort Benning Doughboys the No. 1

service team of the nation The Doughboys have not been

beaten this year, and their 15-6 victory over Quantico last

week was the lowest score they have been held to so far.

C After looking at their starting
'r- q r t'w, ,.mot, lineup, it's no wonder they have
r Community Chest swamped all teams, since they
are stocked with plgskinners
Drive Fund Tops straight from West Point, the
greatest team in the country for

:, ,. JitU M\V STATION FIREBOAT' demonstrates its fire-fighting ability as five of its eight hoses The $4,000 Mark the last three years.
._ shoot water skyward in different directions. The fireboat is a new addition to the Boat House, having Rabid Army rooters will see one
e; :\. been developed by Lt. John Kemp and the Engineering Department (Y-2)) which installed the fire With the close of the Navy's of their idols in action this weekif
1 pumpers. Ready for instant use 24 hours daily the boat requires a crew of 11 to man its pumpers and annual Community Chest drive they attend the game, becausethe
: hose. extended until tomorrow, $4,021.15has sterling Fort Benning left
,'It guard is none other than Johnny
already been raised, it was
: ; announced by Captain R. :M. As- Green, captain of the undefeated
TRAGEDY STRIKES New Fireboat Navigates kin, general chairman. I Army powerhouse and a unani-
mous choice for All-American In
I Many reports are still incomplete -
1 t W; NAS DUCKS LEAVING Shallow Water Off as the campaign is still be- I I 1945.
RampIn ing conducted in the various com- followers will remember
: FUBAR ALONE AGAIN' mands and units. In addition, the Johnny Sauer, Army back in
4 U at the true tradition of "necessity is the mother of total thus far does not include 1944, who ran 90 yards for a
"1 .,. The mystery of the ducks took invention" Lt. John Kemp and Yardcraft's engineering de- downtown naval activities. It is touchdown against Navy. Sauer
fIf an unexpected turn last week I believed that when the final totalis could not make the first team at
boat shallow-
have refitted 33-foot rearming
,j US when fate stepped In and added a partment a as a tabulated tomorrow the drive West Point then because of the
.. R i!'". grim new twist draft fireboat which can navigate the shallow water off the will top the unofficial $5.000 goal I great talent there, but his play is
. JL Not five minutes after the JAX station seaplane ramp in the event a seaplane catches fire. I I Military personnel of NAS are well known to Army opponents.
r r&:., AIR NEWS hit the streets last NAS Jax was without this type of boat throughout the I way out in front with a total con- I At any other college in the nation -
; 3f\\: Thursday morning, a sailor rushed war. They used a small fireboat I tribution so far of $1,875.95. Civil I Sauer would have been considered -
?.. excitedly into the paper's edi- during the war years, but it was I placed in service n- 20 September. ian employees of the Naval Air a great ball-player, but
B;r.'.v Jorial offices in Bldg. 930. "Oneof 'I not in any way as effective or as I II The 33-foot craft will make approximately : Station are second with $840 do- i Point he was overshadowed at West
' the ducks is dead," he shouted useful as the new one which was 15 knots, and carriesa nated to date. Standings of other I by such gridiron greats 0-3
. .;/.. breathlessly, "one of the ducks is I ------- ----- .-- crew of 11 men. It has two I activities are: Naval Air Technical Blanchard Davis, Henna, Lombar-
jjf dead." pumpers one a Chrysler which I Training Center (military and civilian I do, and Hall
v, When he calmed down, it was Navy Turns Over pumps 750 gallons a minute, and' )- $420.85; Naval Hospital The Jax team will throw up a
.' v learned that he had spotted a dead Hcrlong Field a Johnson which pumps 500 gal- military and civilian)-$293.75; | fairly strong aggregation against
1 ,- duck lying on the grass in front of lons a minute. Its hoses are capa- 'Naval Air Advanced Training I the Doughboys, but the locals' of-
?\ the Dispensary. Reporters were To JacksonvilleHerlong ble of throwing water in eight dif Command (military) $208.05, .I fense was badly damaged last
!>+.,.*- dispatched to the scene and, sure ferent directions. Each pumper has (civilian)-$5855; Seventh Naval''week at Memphis when their deluxe
'J i' enough, there lay the body of a Field, which was one la-inch fire hose, and three District Headquarters (military) speedster, Glenn McConnell,
duck, a crimson stain etched used by the Navy for practice Hi-inch hose, a total of eight $17565, (civilian)$14840 broke his wrist. McConnell's wrist
,< f"}..:,.- sharply against the snow-white carrier landings since April, hoses. Captain Askin urged all com- is chipped in five places and he
. : s m f hers 1942, was formally turned over Besides carrying fire hose and mand chairmen turn over their will not see any action against
jf" which one was it? FUBAR? to the City of Jacksonville Tues- the pumpers, the rearming boat final reports to him no later than the Doughboys, though he will be
'P l; The newcomer? That was the day for the use of private pilots carries nozzles and eight 50-pound 1000 tomorrow so that he will be sorely needed Glenn scored three
S&v burning question. No one could be and eventual possible use as a I C02 cylinders. able to furjiish Jacksonville Cam- T.D.'s against Corpus Christi!, one
j-/ sure until the remaining duck landing field for air-freight Whenever the craft makes a paign Headquarters with the final on a dazzling 65-yard run, and
,, K.O could be found and :studied. service. run, the entire 11-man crew goes Navy contribution at the wind- he broke away on a 55-yard jaunt
iTs;: It was decided to photograph Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davi- aboard with a coxswain and petty up luncheon tomorrow afternoon. to tally against Memphis. His
the remains, but by the time arrangements son, Chief of Naval Air Ad- officer in charge. The craft is Here's the sparkling speed and broken field
jr could be made with vanced Training, presented a ready for instant use 21 hours a ments stand way at the NAS depart- running will be badly missed by
fe the Station Photo Lab, the corpus key symbolizing the transfer to day with a crew standing by present: the blue-and-gold under the arcs
J C *" delicti had vanished. Frenzied calls I T. C. Imeson, Jacksonville's around the clock. VSB Executive. ... ':::::::.::::: :;:::::: :: $14475.135873: Saturday.
\ Continued on Page S) (Continued on Page 3) I T-l ........ ...... .... .... .. .. .. .$145 91 Ernie Sandhn. second string
r. AR .... .. ........ .. ..........$3J07T quarterback will
: Yard move into Mc.
New Officers ElectedBy IA1U ::::::::::::: .:: :::::::: :::$10$11875 80 Connell's vacant slot at right halfback -
NAS Radioman Sets Teletype VOVCS ..... ....... ......... ..I102SS Ernie is very fast and pow-
NAS Model Club Communication. .,....,... .... ...$10205 erful
; Medical .. ...... .... .......... .. 92.50 as well as a ball-hawk ort
Inspection. .......... ............ .. 8055 defense.B. .
t Speed Record At San Diegot Three Events Planned I AL Supply>U. .... ........... ... ....,.. .. 68.50 Adams, Injured early in the
Physical'Training i i ':::::::::::::::::1 64.50 4700: season, was at practice Tuesday
t 21-year-old radioman from Club officials, elected to serve I Public Work. .. .. ... .... .. .. 4675 night and is rounding into shape.
Jacksonville, Arthur Hicks, RM- for a three-month period, were' Ordnance and Gunnery .. .... .. .. 8600 Adams played for Annapolis and
i. 2c, is the holder of the speed record chosen at the regular weekly Marina Corpi' .......... .. .. .. .. .. 3000 was one of the local sparkplugs

.i for teletyping at the Navy meeting of the NAS Model Club Total ... .......... .. ......... .$1875. 5 I before he suffered the leg injury.
Teletype Operators' School, San Monday. Lt. (jg) Bob Read, acting Coach Kass Kovalcheck announ..
Diego, Calif. Hicks almost set the M chairman, presided ced that the captain of the Jax
machine on fire recently when he Ens. Roy Bjorklund was elected eleven this week would be How-
/ tore off a scorching 61.6 words a Chief Pilot (president), and PersonQcllnspection ard Hansen, one of the big guns
minute tempo to rack up a new Thomas A Harrison, Sic was All hands will stand Captain's I in the local offense all year. At
speed record for the school. named Co-Pilot (vice-president). Inspection! at 0900 on the seaplane Memphis, the Marine flier scored
Art is in the NAS Communi- George Whitfield, Sic, was elected ramp this Saturday 23 the deciding touchdown after carrying -
< cations Department and his main as Operations Officer (secre- November. The inspection uni- the ball all the way from his
task is repairing teletype machines tary-treasurer), and Lt. Comdr. form oath be blues. own thirty on bone-shattering line..
7t -, when they break down, as they Anthony Rubino was named En- (Continued on Page 2)
do. lie has been in Officer club advisor .
s frequently gineering ( ) ---
service 43 months, with 18 of !I It was announced that an exhibition LET'S REACH THAT GOAL
those months in the South Pacific. 4 of an types of miniature, .

He returned to Jax, was stationed r I IAlcI'llUli gasoline-powered engines for model 't.. : ''.. < .,, !t'Aq > ," ', .'. '
here for a short time, and then I planes, cars, and boats will beheld ',,\ ra .a, a
went to the west coast school for i! tomorrow night at the club. '
six months, with orders to report Everyone is welcome. Of special I COM NITY CHEST
back here when he had completedhis interest to model builders will be :
course. I the new two-cylinder O. K engine rn.
The radioman; takes care of teletype which is used in radio-controlled t ti : '
... machines at Green Co\'e'' models The motors are being '::1 .. ,,1' I NAS .
.W 1 Springs,- e.cii-Flc-id. and-Mayport, UK KS! loaned for the exhibit by the .. .' .. "" :
as well as NAS Jax. Sometimesthe school, Hicks set the record which Southeastern :Model Distributorsin ..
machines are thoroughly out has not been touched as yet Rack- Jacksonville NAIIIC.
I of whack, and it takes quite some ing up 61.6 words a minute is Sunday, if weather and wind \ :
time to get them In working con- something to really talk about. conditions permit, a flight demon- : "f .: -' NAVAL \
dition again, but, to quote Hicks, The machines are set so no one stration will beheld on the Mat r: 1J
..., "They didn't send me to school for I can type off more than 60 wordsa at Yorktown and Mustin, begin- 11'- ( ,HOSPITAL
nothing, and the bigger the Job, minute, but some of the machines ning at 1000. Many of the ships '\' '. ,
the easier it is to show how much had been "tuned up" which which will take to the air are be- } / ,
I was taught at San Diego." enabled Hicks to chalk up .his ing test flown for tha first time ... '' :"I. ., .
't:. While at the operators' school, amazing record. and were built by personnel at i -1
'i Hicks spent one month of operat- Art has about 13 more monthsto the NAS Model Shop. : : '
or ing teletype, two months of ba- serve, and expects to shove off Wednesday, a demonstrationof
sic maintenance and two months for sea duty or an overseas base model cars will be held at 1700 STANDINGS OF TilE VARIOUS station commands in the cur ,
,,." ..... of advanced maintenance school. soon. Jax can be proud of the at the tennis courts opposite the rent Community Chest Campaign are graphed on the huge sign- 1
In these three separate schools, fact that one of its boys act a gas station and located behind the board near the main gate by Dave Stocks of the NAS Public Information -
rt was at the head of I all three mark for men from other naval post office. AU hands are Invited to Office. The sign was painted and erected by the Pub ,
''''"*. In his last ,two months at activities to shoot at. witness the event. lie Works Department to aid in the Chest drive here. 1ol.


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Hospital .11_ ._
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: ChatterBy 3

a. SIr
Mike Acocella and his administration -
building party are real!;
\ P'rrj1S\ having a hard time of it. Mike
got good ideas and the ('ourageto
such adventure'
organize an ,
but no one's willing to back him)
? with the green stuff. Someone
ought to give the poor boy the
\ low-down. Life is hard these days,
a ? Mike.
y e .

Never knew that Oscar Moss > aa- y. f

was a footballer, but guess we'll
just have to concede the fact. Saw
I him in the barracks the other day
.. i wearing a football sweater with 1tiM
I three year marks, one denoting aI
I captain. Who knows, maybe th
a d a r kid'll be another Grange or Baugl.

"Two-ton" Childs finally made
it! After weeks of disappointments,
gnashing of teeth, and reducing,
Bob's number came up and the ole ...
boy ambled back to Tennessee,
We'll really miss Two-ton's farm!-
iar figure around here (Fs- Rr Y
miller isn't the word for It. It was 4I
I the only one of its kind in existence -

Ycd y a tR o W R. Kellams loves his office !
s work so much he's even d!votin; I I
his liberty nights catching up on; I
his back Work. Anyway, that's
what he told us! Yep, Walt is really I
trying to get somewhere in this
man's Navy.

I Please don't squeeze da bananas'
And don't put 'em in the refrigerators .
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FIRST WINNER OF THE bowling prize which the Welfare "Fruit Stand" Bingo in the Rec
Department is offering to the week's high bowler was Walter I Hall tonight and eat as many as; I
Choalte. S2c, who bowled 212 for the high score of the week. Chief I you can win. You can win some I
I Henry Crews, right, leading chief in Welfare, presented the prize, a 'luscious fruit and perhaps a win- I
atF ,
$7 50 fishing rod, to Walt, left Choalte works at A &! R in the Elec- some lass will catch your eye, too. < I
tronics department. A prize, which-.will be a piece of athletic gear, So come on over for the fun at WITH THE ARRIVAL of VR-1 unit from Miami last week following
will be given away each week to the person turning in the highestscore. 1900 in the Red Cross Rec Hall. the deactivation of NAS Miami, the Naval Al? Transport
Service has moved to new quarters in Hangar 113. NAS Jax will now
Our thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Joe serve as port of entry and embarkation for NATS overseas travel
Abrams of Jacksonville for the from Florida. In the top photo, Chief Gordon Hulegard, ACKM,
JaxNavyContinued NAS SAILORS INVITEDTO complimentary tickets to the Victor and Robert Wilson, ARMlc, check over the gear and machine parts
DANCE AT JEWISH Borge concert last week All which have just arrived "here. In the lower picture, three weary
( from Page 1) I the patients attending enjoyed an WAVES just in from Miami prepare to take their luggage to their
bucks.As CENTER BY USO-JWB evening of fine entertainment. new quarters. They are left to right Ruth Mareschal, SI't V)1c, cen-
usual, free bus transportation ter, B. Cass CPVlc. and Lt (jg) Mary Watters, officer in chargeof
will be afforded to personnel I All servicemen are invited to a Well, our Reserves are finally the WAVES contingent which was transferred to NAS Jax.
on the station from Mustin and gala dance this Saturday night going. As their time comes up, the -- .- ------
Yorktown and tickets are on sale from 8:30: to 11:30 P. M. in the boys who suffered so long are leaving I well done. Membership cards were
at Donaldson's, 117 West Adams, Jewish Center, Third and Silver us. A few who have already
at Duval Jewelry in the Lynch Streets under the auspices of the trod the glory road are J. I* Jackson i checked by your humble reporterwho
building and Mainside and NAT- i USO-Jewish Welfare BOil rd. Hancock Spitler, Ken Weir, wishes to state that he lured

TC Ship's Services. Kick-off will : In addition to Paul Chafin's Orchestra V. F. Home and Bob Childs. Luckto two new members. We wonder

be at 2000. there will be special entertainment you boys, always. what happened to the two chiefs
I and a buffet supper who volunteered for this task at
SEEK MEN FOR TRAINING served by the B'nai Br'ith Girls. Our old friend. Bob Gaines, left
IN RADIO CODE AND THEORYIt i Religious services will be held for school in Philly last week. Bob I our last general meeting.
this Friday night in the Jewish was one of those kind of guys that Chief and Mrs. Jim Wirthlm are
was announced last week I I Chapel at 1800. All servicemenare everyone liked and everyone knew. By J. F. Nelen, ACMM back with us after a nice leave.
that enlisted men who are interested invited. The program will feature We know that Robert will have Saturday evening, 9 November We wonder how that ancient vehicle -
in Naval communicationsmay some fine duty in Yankee-land. books of made it to St. Louis and
a debate between B'nai Br ith was a big event for the :
now be given schooling in radio Girls and servicemen. Joel Kirby, We'll sure miss him down here. your local CPO Club. The dance, I back. Pretty expensive living on
code and theory. I Sic, and Seymour Kirshenbaum, held in honor of staff officers and the outside, isn't it, Jim?
Men with former experience in I Sic, NAS, will participate USO- That goodbye we had to say to heads of departments got underway I November 12th has come and
radio or commercial communications I JWB junior hostesses will serve Ruthmary McColl last week was a at approximately 2015. Then gone and once again the CPO
are especially desired, but I refreshments at the social hour to sad one for everybody. The Carolina were quite a number of honor I Clubs has run its weekly Bingo
anyone can apply. If you wish to follow Last Friday evening, Dr. eyeful has left us for Kennedy guests present. Some of those game with great success. There.
do radio work, contact the R-l David Max Eichhorn, former Ar- Veterans Hospital in Memphis, and who attended were Captain F. L were 01 players at our Tuesday
division officer, Ensign Mussel- I it's real loss to the Red Cross
L wonder what
I happened
my chaplain was guest speaker. Albert, senior chaplain; Captain evening game.
white, ext. 310. Chaplain Francis L. Albert dshv- Staff Here's wishing you the best Y. Mason, chief of staff, 7 N,D.,; to the others who were present
ered the benediction. of luck, Mac, .wherever. you go. Captain Wm. E. Centner, head of on the 5th. Once again Chief
Law rente, Mass.! (SEA) Thirteen A USO-Jewish Welfare Board training, Captain 1. E. McDonald, Leroy "Lucky" Jourdain scored a
was real bad luck for LloydB. office has been established in the Wonder why it is that two :young senior medical officer; Comdr ,. hit by splitting a case of beer with
Jones, 39, who caught one trout Armed Services Center, 122 West! women in the disbursing office get J. Pflum, NAAdvTraCom.; Comdr. CCS A. W Easton This is alwaysa
over the legal limit of a dozen- I Forsjth Street, with Julius M. sorts angry when someone mentions T. H. Winters, NAAdvTraCom; free game, and all hands strive
School in
Lee some unfavorable -
and was caught. I Cohen as USO-JWB area director. Comdr. D. F. Smith, NAAdvTra- to get a "Bingo" and w in the case
__________ ___ ___ ___ tones especially the football -
n --- --- -- --- could Com.; Lt Comdr. R. E. Farkas,, of beer. The grand prize of the
. MAY SHATTER SPEED RECORD I probably team tell? Pat us, but Sterling you know aide to Admiral Davison; Comdr. evening turned out to be' a three- !.
R. W Worthington, executive officer tie with the following play.
..... Patty Never opens her mouth way
Dispensary; Comdr. R. is!. ers shouting "Bingo": Chief Pot-
--. Humes NAS supply officer; Lieut ter'a little that's A & R'. .
SIEL:4 OEtS !!! C. J. Price, Ward Bl, was the lady, (
: nly football contest winner last Comdr J. A Riner, aide to NAS Security papa) ; Chief Crews, and

.. .. ._ /eek. Despite all the upsets, this executive officer; Comdr. R. L. your Bribe's wife, Iva May. Con.gratulations .
forth Carolina lad chose only one Shifley, Supt of Av. Training, to you, one and all,
loser, Which just goes to show "NAS; Lt (jg) G. L. Dix, personnel and don't forget our next week's
:t -.----.. ,.. MoD E l you, as they say in the hills. officer, NATTCenter; Captain I Bingo which starts at 1930 insteadof
A I W. T. Henry, Lt. J. K. Aller, and 2000 and come to a close at
The night Masters At Arms Lt. Dubois, all of USMC.
.EiJ, .cLUw round this hospital have started We are sorry that Admiral Davi- 2245.We have some additional information -

___ w A some kind of a new trend now. The son, Captain Brady, Commander on the Nursery situation
,.. .., oys came in the other night with Emrick and others could not attend & which will interest all the mothers.
t.",. haircuts to the Nth degree No because of previous engage- Chief Merrick has conversed with
comb is necessary for them now- ments. We hope to see them all Chaplain' Albert in regard to our
but how they stand this cold weather there next time. other idea, and it seems the only
:f' with those bald heads is beyond Once again the NATTCats have available Chapel Nursery is out
us. Maybe "Tyrone" Ellis and in the weather. The -
,:t made a wonderful evening com- chaplain suggested
Clark" Swanson can tell us the that ask for volunteers -
plete, but to date your reporter we might
...1:: secret doe not have the name of their among ladies living on the
swell vocalist Anyway, we're all base, so we hope that some kind
for giving him .a vote of thanksfor souls will render their services fora
Deadlines Set For his great vocal arrangements.All nominal fee and volunteer to
f Air Mail Christmas the ladies who attended were mother three or four children in .
presented with a beautiful American their homes on Tuesday and Sat-
To PacificThe
Greetings Beauty rose as they arrived. urday nights. You would help our

deadlines for sending air The roses were handled by Mrs. cause greatly and would be ren- .
mall ,Christmas cards to personnel M, E. POOle, Mrs. R. M. Bilder- dering an unforgetable favor to
in the Pacific areas were an- back, and Mrs. L. Gratz. Thank all concerned Please contact
nounced recently by the Navy De- you, ladies,. for a wonderful Job, Chief Merrick at the CPO Club,
Ext. 369.
Greeting cards bent via airmail ings mailed to the Okinawa, Man- The Children's Christmas Party
a to persons receiving mail through USGuam, Saipan, Marcus, Canton will be held on Monday, 23 December -
.. the Navy post offices overseas Inthe Island area must reach the Post from 1400 to 1700 at the
F -- DAVE tftOCKSOF TilE NAS Public Information Office displays Pacific area should be mailed Office by 5 December. Cards to the CPO Club. It is planned to have
the model airplane which he designed'and built at the Main- in sufficient time to reach the Fleet Johnston Island, Wake, Kwajalein, games and refreshments for the
t, side Model Airplane Shop In an attempt to,break the world speed ost Office, San Francisco, Calif., Majuro, Emwttok area must be in children and, of course, Santa
record of :126 miles per hour for this type ship. The model is not later than the following dates: San Francisco by 10 December Claus will be there to dfstribu'tegifts ;
flown in a circle on two fifty-foot controlling lines. A closeup viewof ,Cards to the China, Philippine, 1946 and greetings to Hawaiian I for those in attendance. We
the weird super-sonic craft is shown in the inset in the upper Japan area must rea h the Pout and Midway areas must be in thecet I lire planning a gala affair for all
"ght. qrf1ce by 1 December: 1046) Greet- l< : Post Office by 15 December, the children who attend.


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G a a, f .tlvlt ;
?< ;t Yp ly Naval Air Advanced Train
ing Command NAS, and IATU AMUSE E
were thanked last week by John
CharJsse :\
of the
W. Langdale,
mr,\ of MGM, possessed various k 1i j Navy Day program at Valdosta
attributes of a pulchritudinous Georgia for helping to make Navy
nature which exercise
Day such a success there.In .
an alarming magnetism on a letter to Rear Admiral
: Navy boy*. You follow us?. Ralph E. Davison, Mr. Langdale

said "I wish to express my ap- /
t preciation and that of the peo-
ple of Valdosta for your help in )
making the Valdosta Navy Day

program a great success. MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
"The pilots not only put on a \
fine show but made a hit with
Valdostans on the ground"I Ti I UIP4DA Y
do not recall having associated "ROLL ON TEXAS MOON", starring Roy Rogers. and Dalo Evans.!:
with a finer group of officers Show at 2000 only.
during the entire war." I FRIDAY
Six F6Fs took part in the aerial DANCE, Air Station Band. Starts at 2030.
.x show. Members of the flying team SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
included Lt Robert L. Temme, who "BETTY CO-ED," featuring Jean Porter and William Mason

led the group, Lt. John B. Rus- Shows at 1430 1730, and 2000.

sell, Lt. (jg) George A. Hecker MONDAY
.1 11. Lt, (jg.) William C. Corrall Lt. To be announced Later

rTL1 (jg) Henry G. Cleland, and Marine TUESDAY ANI WEDNESDAY
Lt. George E. Smith. To be announced later.JUNIOR.
-- I They were met at the airfield
I by the mayor and American Le- OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
duck as FUBAR. I gion commander and taken to a
TragedyContinued I Meanwhile it was ascertainedthat fete in their honor. The air show TIIUKSDVY) FRIDAY
( from Page 1) the dead duck belonged to I started at 1500 and different formations "ABIE'S IRISH ROSE," with Joanne Dru and Michael. Chekhor.
Chief G. T. Hubbard of the NAS I I and exhibitions were dis Show at 2000 only.
were made to the Station Po- I Model Shop. He had brought the .I played. They made three high SATURDAY

lice. Public Works Sick Bay and duck. Elmer, to keep FUBAR speed strafing runs in columns "WANTED FOR MURDER," featuringEric Portman and Dulcie
other likely activities. But no one company. I I over the field a high speed forma- Gray. Show ,at 2000 only.
knew who had made off with the 1 To make the story even more tion directly over the field and a SUNDAY

body. tragic we received a letter from i parade formation to end the show. "KING'S ROW" starring Ann Sheridan and Robert Cummings
Now It was even more importantto Johnny Hubbard the chief's young I Lt. Temme talked to the public Show at 2000 only.
find the other duck. Searcherswere son, which was heart-breaking in telling the importance of a MONDAY AND TUESDAY
sent out to comb Malnside. I its simple, childish plea It appears I peacetime Navy and about the "BETTY CO-ED," featuring Jean Porter and William Mason. Showat

Finally, the quacker was spotted.A I I. below: I I work the Navy did throughout the 2000 only.
close scrutiny only heightened' Dear Editor: I I war years. After the speeches the WEDNESDAYTo :

the mystery. No one could agree. Tonight' we read in the Jar Air pilots held a form of "open house"to be announced
Some said the live duck was FIT I Newt about Elmer and Fubar, but I the public and explained different later.OTHER

BAR: others just as positive as- My daddy told w. that Elmer was I things; about their aircraft. EVENTS
serted it was "Elmer" or what- I killed either lust flIght or tins Several thousand people turned

ever its name was. I morning.I I out for the big air show. BINGO P.\KTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.

In the meantime the JAX AIR I would like to know who killed I ti i ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and

News' phones were jangling incessantly. I Elmer, and where hit body i.t. so QUALIFICATIONS FOR Mustin Road 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room topside
Some of the callers, not ; I can bury IIi", We took Elmer i Bldg. 726 0800-1700 on work days.

aware of the unfortunate accident over there to live with Fubar because OFFICER TRAINING MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP Hear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400
offered their version of the origin I we thought he would oe' I THIS WEEK daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
of the new web-footer Many,
he wouldbe
We didn't know .
happier. ..
I30WLi.G--Six alleys located in Mainsida Recreation Bulldln
having one already of the heard ducks ok, the called'deathof to killed. We will miss him so I Qualifications for enlisted men : No. 3.- Alleys open from 6i2i3Q )io dthr -ih Fridays; 1700-

this that I much for officer candidate training in I'' 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
say that it was one or
I Yours truly, I Naval Reserve Officers TrainIng
one The OOD alone phoned us Johnny Ihbbard.t and the Naval Aviation BOXING For information regarding workouts contact Lieut.
about half a dozen times to keepus Corps announced Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
posted on developments. II College Program. were 1500.
this I .
The controversy raged throughout i Navy Turns The qualifications include: appli- MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located In
the day and on into the next. cants must be serving on active the South wing of Building No. 955: is open to NAS personnel and

Bets were placed. But no one I (Continued from Page 1) duty on 1 January, 1917, they I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep..
could say with certainty which Commissioner of Airports. Cap must meet physical standards, I tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination ratio-pho-

was which. I tain Anthony R. Brady NAS they must be high school graduates nograph available for use of all hands.

i Finally, Lt. Comdr. Theodore Commanding Officer read partsof or have equivalent back ItARY-Located on second d-::k of Mainside Recreation BuildIng .
Lachman. who has acted some the revocable permit under ground they must be less than No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
what is FUBAR'S guardian an which Jacksonville will operatethe 21 years of age on 1 June, 1947, from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
gel was brought into the case. I field be unmarried male citizens of the SWIMMING: Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
The last report ,we had is that A numerb of city officials were United States must be recommended 1800-2100 daily Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.(
he positively identified the live on hand to witness the event. by their Commanding Offi Sunday from 1200 to 2100.

cer.Qualified GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-
personnel may secure day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House Bathing
YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough additional information at the Edu- trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

cational Office, Room 225 Build ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty

ing 951. .
": : Field.
w tr.r Beneficiary ProvisionsOf TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train
Jk0 ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
Y NSLI Undergo Change Yorktown Roads).

Provision for an automatic order \SKKTIt\LL: Practice Monday through Friday startingat

of succession of beneficiaries 1630.
is no longer in effect for National I
breakfast art. plus wagon. SIO6U Mar-
I Service Life Insurance policies man St.. Dewey Park fcxt.; 6 6Breakfant .
maturing after 1 August J916, it CommercialBulletin set. corapltte living room suite.
was pointed out this week by Lt. A.4744 Uamache.Bedroom Boxwood. It.!. Phone ::-24$7. Lt. f.

Ronald House station benefits and suite., living room suite, breakfast.
'x insurance officer. set, dunes, huh chair crib. and baby
-' carriage J. W. McGee, Ut3A: Hancock
+ P4 c+,f"O : Unless policyholders named a _H_ __ St.. NAS.Bwlroxn .
primary and contingent beneficiaryor until suit, living room .uite. breakfast .
Bulletin Mill acreptod
) beneficiaries and unless a set and di.h.... A. 10;. Hoxsty, J717UIfewey
survives the insured apace hat been filled but no later Park Annex.Bedrooms .
named beneficiary I than 1000 Tut* da>-. } xt. 8' 31J. suite. breakfast sot dishes, rollaway -
the insurance will be paidin I. bed thre4tiartr bed sofa bed,
a single lump swn to the in- FOR SALt two chairs two floor lamp. and ooiktailtabl
R. E. SSIOB Barr St., IVw-
sured'a estate in the event of his 1916 Dodge four door. nMnn. S206B Blmr ey Park.
death. Ave. I.e Park One big easy sofa plus chair $GO. Ext.
of estate it was 1947 Buick .ell ur,. Tires good, body and 443Baby.
As a part an ,
engine fair Ext 664 Hurry Wickli. carriage almost new, $JO. Ext 8481
emphasized, the insurance loses 193 Packard super| eight, five p..lC"r.tQur .
Joe i'ollina
its ideneity as such and is subject dour touring ....t..... Radio, motor, Two fire grates, one 6 -llIl. oil drum on.
to creditors' claims, adminis body and nil\ five tire. in excellent con copper coil md arm. hester with fitting
dition. $":5U In rush Ext 8141.! Kxt; 8443 Mrs. 1 dominion.Sixroom .
trators' fees and court expenses.In Idle RCA tublo model I radiophonographcombination. brick house, hardwood flags all
addition one of the greatest Also double "bet and "baby tile bathroom and kitchen, tile splash
advantages will be lost-the guaranteed carriage Phone 5-St'M.J. "board and sink Space heater, KiU.li<-..
wool!, slit It,
Lady thre -ii""c mi it. 100\ % stove and ice box. Junt painted mauls
abil- .
life-income-producing new. Phone :;IIII.;. and out. Down payment 12,200. Phone t
ity for the insured's dependents Electric cooking stove, four burner with J-JSli .
(Next week the Jax Air News ? deep-wet. cooker in good condition.. 1016: Chevrolet sedan. fund motor and .
La y'* bicyile. Chin Pnrman. ext 664B.M .
tires L. U. Knowlen, 4010E Dewey Park
will publish an important summary |. mattress, coil xi ring, U\\). I206B Annex
of the advantages of NSLI Blair Ave, Dewey Park. 1)41 l-ord, special deluxe coupe, with heat- t
Wf/) at compared with commmtul life Baby. .hitrhihalr and stroller HouseLiving ,. !rood condition rr. New tires alut paint job A-1 con '!
I tut 614. Lt.
I dition. 2761 Pout .St. Phone t-WJJ.\ W,
insurance. _.) room suite, two bedroom suites IS. L BroKlia, U* ------ -------
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FOR MALE .Wedding. ring with five (*)
Lj STALEMATE By Harold Jones, SI Book Worm cut diammdx, will sacrifice fur half f
price. llrirt $26.00 takes it. Call Extension -
141, Mrs. MoLeod.rim .
SALE- One suit of light Green',
: I 5 f worn twice, with silver ACMM; rate.
14900. Call O. E. Perkins ACMM.; Kxtensum .
F 8:KU at III,hr. 125 Command
Motor TranHinirt, or home at 142 Oumberlaml .

Rd. WANTEDThree .

riders. from 104lh Street Wpsconn ;3
.,esiS tt, to NAH. I'hone U-55J4!: J. E. Lucid. i
+ 3/ / 1 Car 19:lit to 41 model. Arthur J. Fowler.
I i ACM n\ (74.Hattun t
1 O .Iod.U1.desk end electric record player, w

"" Cigarette cane. name on ease U Albert u
Pure*. USN. See L. N. Dickey, Bide.FOUND .
IIi. I
-4>wi CPO Navy, BUM Topcoat.
I Ilfy )'_*" at KIM i:>to,, at eoraer of Uk lda
and Yorktowm AM* oa taw 10_. Own. g
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1 .., Christmas Party IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves
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Parents who desire their children to at- ,

Editorial Office tend the Christmas Party, Tuesday, 24 December t.I.

South Wing, Loucr Deck, BMg. 930 are requested to fill in the form ... I

Telephone Extension 8342 below and send it to Chaplain F. L. Albert,

Arthur M. Greene, Editor General Chairman of the Christmas Committee i

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the at the Chapel, Box 6, NAS.
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no .
expense to the government and In compliance with ,
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 :May 1945. Copies .
are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Name of Child
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center,
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train- .
Ing Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval Age SexFather's .
District Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, .I

the Hospital.Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval Name _

Hear Admiral Ralph E. Davlaon
Commandant Seventh Naval District
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training Rate-__ Div._ ---

Captain Anthony R. Brady USN. Commanding .
Jacksonville Naval Air Station --
-- _.- -c
Captain Howard V. Hopkins, USN, Commanding -
Naval Air Technical 'raining Center

Captain Robert M. Glllett ( fJipNr') : Commanding
U, S. Naval WraILJ

1 Captain F. W. rrt troan, USNR CommandingNaval ondVieios f rorn&dm
1 Air Reserve Training Unit :Mews t

i Lt. Col. T. C. Moore, Jr., USMC, Commanding
Marine BaI'raekiComdr. r

Jules F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding
ivnl Air Gunnery Hang
The dictionary defines courage as being!
Comitr. F. 3. Brush, USN, Commanding
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil FieldCurt. "that quality of mind which meets dangeror
". you might as well paint that letter *O* In there-ilarnedU
with calmness and firm-
Alexander M. Htarn USMC opposition "
I know where we are
Marine Aviation Detachment
ness." That suggests sbme things about -..-
The JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship'i Editorial Association materinl. -
Republication of credited matter prohibited without courage which are worthy of thought.
25. D. C. Republication of any BOOK SHELFI
permission of SEA Washington I I I
other matter, except by service publication, U prohibited! Obviously, courage is not mere physical
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.
strength. A man may be a veritable Sam

son in physical strength, but still be a i VE NAME THEE :MARA by Ed-
spy > mund Gilligan Is a tale of two
Mobile Power Plants coward. Courage springs not from a man's ships and four brothers. Taking

;' muscles but from his mind and will. Therefore I' place in the years between the
(SEA-From) Arizona to Green Cove ,it is possessed by many persons who are Jly {skipper Edge &pS)2c) two world wars, it is the story of

,. Springs, Fla., to no-one-knows-where-next, I physically weak. Nor is courage to be con- HI, everybody! Another week the search carried on by Capt.
latest of the "Mara"for
and here goes. Here's the Stephen Delehanty
peacetime uses are being found for the rail- fused with recklessness or foolhardiness. Word returned his brother whom he would not
word. Lt. Ellen
way-mounted mobile power plants of Bu- Courage is too precious an article, as is life in believe was dead. He is followedin
Air Show
Docks. Two six-car trains-each capable of itself for that matter, to be wasted need from the National his search by his two cousinsin
Cleveland on 18 November with a the "Medea." allover
supplying 10,000 kilowatts of power-are lessly. It is not true bravery when a man glowing account of the WAVES' the northwest Atlantic They go in a search

being used for auxiliary power productionon risks his life for no cause at all, or for an participation In the Navy Air Ex that is packed with adventure, romance -

government projects where local sourcesof unworthy cause. Furthermore, courage does hibit. Remember, there were six lusty, humor, and swift
power are inadequate.One not mean the absence of fear. It is rather tragedy
train is now in Arizona, supplying the overcoming of fear. Quite often the girls from Jax plus two from Banana Elliott Roosevelt tells the story
River chosen for this com- of his father's global thinking and
badly-needed power for an irrigation system people of highest courage are those who mand. Not only were the girls, of the aims behind the conferences

hampered by a severe drought. The have had to conquer the most fear within smart, but chic and well-groomed. that shaped the victory and set up

other train is being sent to Green Cove themselves.It Among the jobs they have at the the framework of the peace in A3
exhibition are link trainers, camera: HE SAW IT. The book covers the
Springs to supply power for a part of the should be noted, also, that there are gunnery, flight eng. control panels, : period from the Atlantic Charter

Navy's $70,000,000 ship-berthing program various kinds of courage. Most familiar is etc. They explain and operate all meeting to Yalta and afterward

until power lines can be strung from Jack- what we might define as physical courage, equipment for the spectators, and Acting as his father's aide at all
sonville\ 30 miles away. the risking of one's life in the face of some are used as guides: throughout the of the Big Three conferences ex-
exhibit. They are working hard cept the last, Elliott had a unique
to his life. Another kind of
Built in 1941 to provide emergency'power tangible danger and doing a fine job. The show opportunity to see behind tile
for Navy plants, the mobile power plants courage is that which we might call moral closes 25 November, and maybe scenes of these important meet-

fortunately never had to be used for that courage. We mean by this the courage to they will be back for Thanksgiving. ings.LAKE
take a positive stand for some ideal or con- Let's hope so. If you are Interested -' PONTCHARTRAIN by
purpose. viction which not involve in the Cleveland Air Show, W. Adolpe Roberts is another in
may or a
consist of boiler car turbinecar may keep your eyes peeled for the next
The plants a "The American Lake Series". The
danger to one's life. This is just as valuable, Issue of "SKYWAYS" which will
transformer three centuries which
car, gon- of history
switchgear car,
and miscellaneous and even more difficult of attainment than feature it. No doubt our WAVESwill have touched the shores of Pont
dola car and a box car for pumps mere physical courage. be reprfsented, as we heard chartrain are picturesque for
equipment they took so many pictures of
French, Spaniards, and Americanshave
-*- Still another kind of courage is what 1 1 them that they all were beginningto. collaborated to give it a
I choose to call the courage of the common- a lens. unique flavor. The lake is hiked

place. In the average person's life there More girls reported aboard this closely to the story of New Or-
New & Revised LawsBy come relatively few occasions when he is week. Among those from Miami leans and the men and,,'omen who
were Jeanne P. Russett, SpV)2c( ) ; made It
called to exhibit moral
on physical or cour-
Beatrice Ruth
Ships' Editorial Cass SpV)2c( ;
The of the Tennessee
January age at the risk of his life. But every day MareshalSp (Vic)) ; and Georgene history
The 80th Congress, convening in River up to the time of the Civil
in the life of there Rodoni, From Pensacola
recommendations by every person come oppor- I SplVJlc.) War is covered in the first of two
will many tunities to exhibit this courage of the com- came Vivian Betts Sk3c. Welcome, volumes on that river by Donald
BuPers for revision of old laws or enactmentof gals, we hope you like our station.
Davidson. The starts with
monplace. To do one's work well, day in and story
Now hear this! All WAVfiS
affect Naval personnel. you
new ones which I the of the white man
assist day out; to face his problems honestly; to interested in horse-back riding, appearance
offices to the tells of his battle
maintains special on scene, long
BuPers '
look at himself as he really is; to rise abovea better dig out boots. Sunday, 24 with the highly
Congress in formulating such legislation.A slight or an insult; to overcome worry and November, the WAVES riding club kees, and the fight between .
tentative list of subjects in starts. A special rate is being of-
fear; to take the initiative when something Tennessee and the
fered Stables If
which BuPers is interested and which may I by Magnolia there engineers who tried to turn the;
be done
needs to to forgive a to
; wrong; are ten or more girls. The time for
recommended to the next Congress for river to their uses, with both.
be admit a mistake-all these require of a leaving the station is 0730 so that river and the Indians losing '
consideration would include: riding will start at 0800. Trans- 0"
man the highest type of courage. To show the white man.J. .

Revision of present laws relating to pro- bravery in the big crises of life is not of portation fine ride is will in be store.provided, and a I B. Priestly's new novel,

motion, retirement, and rank distributionof very much value if we are cowardly in the Also, for you gals who want BRIGHT DAY, tells the story of
officers. matters. On the other hand Gregory Dawson well-known and
commonplace a something more to do, every Tues- successful
of playaThe
Revision of Naval Reserve Act of 1938 man who exhibits courage in the little, day night there will be bowling alleys novel moves on two screen levels: In

to provide modified retirement of certain everyday matters will, when the moment of for you at Mainside. If enough the England of today, and the Eng-

Reserve personnel, as well as other necessary big crisis arrives, carry himself commendably up show a bowling up and you team would, we'll like arrange to get it land of 1914 as Dawson recalls the
memories of his youth.In .
'changes. .*' &$HIt and get you some competition. The

Establishment of the WAVES as a per- takes courage simply to live; not date and time is Tuesday night at THE an GOOD unusual, Nevil book Shute, VINLAND retells

manent part of the Navy and Naval Re- merely to exist, but to live with honest pur- bowling 1900. Come at Mainside.pick up a Lots few. strikes of fun the great Icelandic and American
and legend of Lief Erickson and Eric
pose serenity. in store for everyone.Our .
serve.Provision for. specialist-duty-only officersto -Chaplain W. R. STEVENSON golf clubs have really been the Red and Bay.the It voyages is a romantic to Massachusetts ...

be a part of the Line of the Regular Navy. -*- getting a workout. Lt. Lillian Kir- story, and :Mr. Shute tells it with
Establishment of the Navy Nurse Corps by, Lt. Dorothy Hornensteln, and refreshing style and in a new form.
THANKSGIVING AT CHAPEL Ens. "Billie" Sweat are really get-
and Hospital Corps as staff corps of the ( ting serious about this game of

Navy.Revision. The Thanksgiving season is almost here golf. A few instructions from Pro

pay scales.and increase of USN midshipmen's again. Let us not forget the historical and your Jack Harvey game will at the really golf get shack underway and- J uin g [>rtJip", .. ,_

true meaning of this American, institution. You like to walk? Then golf
Revision of laws governing transportation At All Saints' Chapel 24 November will Is the sport for you. At the Station Chapels
overseas of dependents and household Road and Muitin _
.be observed as Thanksgiving Sunday, and This week the passageways have Protestant Blrmhl'l
effects. been buzzing with "How tall are 0730-Holy Communion
Extension of family allowance payments Chaplain Francis Lee Albert will preach at you end how much do you weigh? E. W. Andrewi. .
to enlisted personnel to 1 July 1949 insteadof 1045 on "THANKS-GIVING". The Chapel Well, I know that scale is crazy!II 0830-Andrew.NATTC Service-Chaplain E. W.

the present law providing only for pay- Choir will sing "Great and Marvelous Are couldn't possibly weigh that 0930-Sunday School, Small Chapd.
much!" Oh it Ordersare Chaplain W. R.* St venon.
Thy Works" by Lorenz and William II. yes goes.
ments for the duration and six months or 1045-llvine Service.-Chaplain T. L.
orders, gals, and by the ,
way Albert.
Marshall will sing a solo, "Thanks Be To
for the duration of enlistments entered "
"How much do YOU weigh? Catholic

prior to 1 July 1946. God. That's enough for this week- 0700-Una.. I_..
Amendment of Servicemen's Readjust- On Wednesday evening at 1930, Mrs. L. all except for one question: How 1100-Maaa. ;
BoardsOf A. Helbert accomplished Hammond organist do girls like this An Outdoor Nursery for small ehnelr.n a.
ment Act to extend jurisdiction of you sunny misty, U maintained between WOO ,;
Review to include review of dischargesor will give a Thanksgiving Recital at the and cool weather? Thought so, me and 1200.
too. ThIs la U. gerrta' an4Ftllewthlp
your "Whitecap" reporter JeirUh Relif i
<< dismissals by reason I of sentence of General Chapel, and Chaplain E. VV. Andrews :will "Skipper", saying good Hear' I
1800 Friday In the Small CIIpet.
Courts Martial. conduct Thanksgiving Eve devotional. ) luck, Me you next week. ..
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r 21 November 1946. CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page F v.

',J_ THE HEAT'S 4Ni I Certain SupervisorsTo

''ro/;/ _. ... _u_ ....._......_. __ ME g
Receive Five Cent I

An Hour Pay Increase AROUND= .tf
i -=- A&R

f 4 Leadingman, pedal leadingman ..
Jf -
quarterman, and thief I Administration and Personnel 11Mr.
to by Barbara J. l\lerck-With Mal
quarterman supervisors are
receive a five cent per hour Increase I Butler, our regular reporter, out Welsch? You can't get any
in-salary the first pay period tick this week, your correspondentis thing out of Comdr. Fischer's sec-
of December, It was statedIn striving to pinch hit for him rttaries as to where he went It
a circular letter received with news about this department. must be a military secret.

from the Navy Department last I We miss you, Mal, and hope you Have you seen that flashy neW:,
J i M eek. will be back with us by the time leather Jacket Tom McLaughlin
Mill the Jax Air News ,goes to press. ? He
Although the supervisor has been wearing lately Just
continue to be paid weekly, their I The Time Section has some new had a birthday. And next month
salaries will be set.on a yearly faces this past week; Jack Sut- Who knows!
who hails from New York
ton ;
rather than a. daily ba*>ls. : Pearl Shaffer from good ole Jax, The Community Chest drive went
All supervisors concerned Mill last week but
0 and Charlie Brooks from Georgia. over Engineering's
be eligible, if they meet certain Also Jimmy Carroll who trans- 50 civilians must be doing their "
I requirements, for periodic administrative ferred, from Administration. We Xmas shopping early. How about

pay Increases to the welcome all of to the that 1We
? $ several step rates In one, three, you gang have a new person to helpJ.
and five >ears. However, a special It seems wedding bells are goingto Q. Rumph with this vast amountof
lii # leadingman will obtain his ring about the 22nd of this work (1)) in Engineering. Her
I highest salary within! one year" month for one of the Time Sec- name is Lucille Crowell, and she
if he meets other specific requirement tion girls. I think she can be iden- has been with Civil Service for
*. tified by a big smile and thatdaydreamy two years before coming into A&R.

look. We can't blame She, also, is a native of "Poor little
you for not being able to work Rhode Island", but she has some
InspectingThe this week and next, Lorene. Don'tbe of that Florida sand in her shoesto

) ...';..,, : nervous, some of us will be the tune of eight years. These
there to help hold you up at the Georgians won't hold that againstyou

... big event. We all wish you and though Lucille."Buz" .
.x ( George the best of luck.
Gamache's bowling teatsbrought
Inspectors Miss Binns is eagerly looking home the bacon last week
forward to her vacation. She's go- for and
by winning a change,
J THE MOST POPULAR men By HELEN BURNETTE ing: to Mississippi and to see the "Nick Pulignano took the eveningby
aboard last Thursday were the Wives and guests of the officers Tulane-Notre Dame football game. shooting $1.25 worth above his
steamfitters attached to the and enlisted men in the Inspection Here's hoping you win all your average.

Public Works Department. Mil- Department had a gala time at the bets, Catherine.We Charles Owen from Technical

itary and civilian personnel shIv- party Friday night, November 8th, wonder if the "quiet signs" Files has "gone and done it" this
vered and shook In the cold which was given at Timber Inn. will have any effect on Magil last week, but we all wish him
when they reported for duty in A good time was had by all, and when he returns from his leave the best of luck. It happens to the
offices and hangars which felt those who did not attend really Monday (Just kidding Magil), we best of people.
missed lot of fun. Lieut. Comdr.M. .
about as warm as the North a really do welcome you back.
Pole in January. Deluged with W. Freeman, former A&R In- Note to J. G. Smith of the dup
.R steam- spection Officer, made his fare- The Administration Section hasa lication shop: We wonder if you
hundreds of calls, the
new employee William, Yates
well speech. Lieut. Comdr. Free- sleep as soundly as your buddies
fitters, working like mad to take
who transferred from .
man has been transferred to Wil- Washington.Glad think you do. If so, you're sure
of all were really
care requests,
greeted with arms when low Grove, Pennsylvania. The en- to have you with us. missing out, and if you don't know
they came around to turn the tire personnel of the department, Dotty Dickson is all smiles after what you're missing, just ask
lSjI though reluctant to have him leave, returning from her week's vaca- them.
in the steamto
heat on. Cutting
tion in New
wish him the best of luck in his Orleans. Says she hada
Fire Station No. 1 is E. C. Planning-by Mattie Wood-Nadine -
wonderful time. Bet
new assignment. His parting you Priest has been taking a late
Glover, above, while C. M. Dotty. While at the
erson, right, turns the valve un- "goodbyes" to the office personnelwere GeorgiaFlorida vacation and returned to work
der one of the barracks which very touching. If you don't game Saturday, Dot was Wednesday. She and her sister
will send the steam through the believe it, just ask Sara. caught chasing men down the field. spent most of her vacation in New
Incidentally, this Sadie Haw-
Our sincere sympathy is extended was
radiators. York, but since Florida is so much
to L. P. Thursby, inspector in kins Day. (This is the excuse she nicer, they returned early to spend
Engine Overhaul Division, in the gives for her banged-up knee. some time in the "good ole South.'*

recent death of his father at Or- Engineering Fred E. Clyne It was reported by error two

ange City, Florida, on November -This last week we had a. coupleof weeks ago that ,Blackie Cochran
iSUp1LY I GATE GOSSIPBy I 14th. vacationists, Comdr. Fischer and was transferred to Cecil Field.
C. J. Borcz, ACMM.is welcomed Ens. Welsch. What is the ratio of Blackie hasn't left yet and we are

fa back on the line in Final Inspec- the population in Washington now, still enpoying his stay with UP,
> SflUfES AGNES FENDER tion. He has been transferred to We hope he will continue to stay.
When the writer was asked to : Aircraft Overhaul from Fuel Stor- : boy in Housing with the bubbling here. -
N personality, according to what we
throw together some gossip about age.We extend a welcome to two hear. Again we see Ma Stauss' groupof

Industrial Relations, she, with all inspectors this week: J. C. Rebik, Last Friday a luncheon was giv- statisticians working in full
en in the Ad. Bldg. File Room for swing after the secure bell haft
Intact ask- AETM1 assigned to Radio-Radar
instincts ,
her womanly
sounded at 1545. With the aid of
CLARA E. SPEERIt Pete Capps. Those attending
By Inspection and C. E. Colbert, were
ed if a wee bit of scandal could be Annetta Bilderback Helen Davis about one more typist, this mightbe
of AEM3 to Aircraft OverhauL ,
developed that the results included in the column. It can be assigned Betty Johnson. Juanita Wise, Don eliminated So, if you're the one,

the recent checker tournament as done, came the answer, but in such Woods, H. Lee, and Laurie Rosen- please come in.
published last week were in er- a manner that it appears to be burg. Afater a very appropriate Engine Onrbaulby Carl W.
ror. In the final tabualtlon Mr. harmless gossip like, 'What sailorin luncheon, nothing stronger than Player Congratulations to :Mr.
Moore won 20 and lost only 3 the driver's section is thoughtto INSIDEPUBLIC ice cream and cake was served ex- and Mrs. Willis Cannon, the proud

games, thereby greatly outdistanc- have a way with the weaker sex cept coffee. Just before Pete left, parents of a baby girl born November
\\fg his opponents. in our department?" Harmless WORKSBy he was surrounded by the girls 11th. Mrs. Cannon is theme

Speaking of checkers, one player enough, Isn't it? who gave him a farewell,kiss. former Sybil Tuten. She was an
who had placed much confi- We are more than happy to have JUANITA WISE Pete's one regret was that there employe of Engine Overhaul priorto

dence in a rule book now offersIt Robert Taylor, safety engineer, Army has an unexpected oppon were only four girls.C. her marriage, and it was here
for sale to the lowest bidder. So I back with us after what seemedan ent and that is Baldwin High . L. Mauldin, snapper chauf- that she and Willis The Hair)]
far no offers have been received. interminable leave. Where did I II at least Barbara Faulkner (Hous- feur, became the father for the first met. Who said there was
55 Joe Peters (Shipping) is at the you find those calluses, Bob ? ing) thinks so. Baldwin's athletic fifth time of a boy; McKnight, the nothing romantic about this joint 1
Veterans Hospital at Lake City, I Arrangements couldn't have I coach, 6' 4 and good looking, and father of a baby girl for the first A few weeks ago we casually
Florida, undergoing treatment and been made any better for us than Barbara are'ery good friends. time.T mentioned in our column that A
J1 having X-rays made. As he incur- they were when Vocational Train- Whenever there's a Baldwin game, L. Andrew, Transportation, certain Engine Overhaul employee
red his ill health while spending Ing set up their office in our build- you can be sure Barbara is there.. just returned from a successful had taken annual leave to take
nearly four years in Japanese prison ing. We whole-heartedly welcomeV. It seems Roy, the coach, is teach- two-week fishing trip In Key West. his dog to the doctor. This morn
camps, we owe something to T. It is pleasant to have Mrs. ing her all aboutfootball.They He says he caught bass, drum, ing, the gentleman informed us the
him. Let's show our appreciationby Anner with us. Her bright person- say Jim Bryant Is certainly shark, and barracuda-all huge. visit was in vain. The dog died.
giving him a card shower at ality helps many a blue-mood day a changed man since he's been Typical fisherman!! We spotted Claramae Stover,
Lake City. along. married these 6 months. Is that. A. W. Dauphin is going to schoolIn Almus Glass, and Allen Shouse in

Congratulations to Rupert K. Sadie) Pearson has good or bad? Gainesville for a. few days to the first block of a three-block
Martha (
Brown (Storehouse) on his elec- been seen around and about witha There is a very cute blonde nam- II take a course in safety. Someone I line waiting to buy tickets to tb.$

tion as the representative of the fraternity pin. Believe it or not, ed Kay who has her eye on that must have seen him playing golf! i, Lee-Jackson football game.

Supply and Accounting Depart- she hooked her man on Sadie Hawkins -
ments on the Board of Directorsof day. The big day is set for HAIL THE: NEW PRESIDENT! .

the Employees Association for some time close to Xmas. .... .... ............-....--.._ -a- -, .....-
Civil Service Employees.The I
Marion Leighton is leaving our
Supply Department extendsits department at the end of this.
profound sympathy to the fam month. She is another one of our I 5' 3
ily of Clifford Collins (Transportation girls who has been bit by the mar-
). His sudden death on No- '
riage bug.
vember 13th from a heart attack
We all remember Lucy Martin,
shock to all his friends and
was a '
well-she now has a baby girl. Le-
1. ''. .,' fellow workers. titia Diane is the new baby's name.
h' .
The Salvage Yard is leading the

Supply Bowling League. Jack INGS: Bill Waters (Stock Control)
..;:: ,; Richardson is the high scorer so "holidayed" in Tampa Jay El-
far for the season. The boys play
audience, solet's lis (R & 0)) in Kentucky
better for large
... a night and Hunt (R & 0)) in Lakeland, where
,' go every Tuesday herself with chicken s
she gorged
I y >
lend our support.turned out in full' and cocoanut pie Orrie Gill ;

Supplyites the Florida-Georgia football (R & O) in Starke Oretha
force for I Dougherty (Stock Control) in
A game.Jack Seen were John the following Colvin- Daytona Beach Katherine 't"5 -S 1.s e' rtr
: Sharpe,
.. Newton (Public Voucher) in Win-
Purchase) William Potts, Remer "
( ,
ter Haven. Gladys s
: -
Rountree, Margaret
Florida. .
(Shipping) in Perry,
Edwards, and Peggy Bryant,
) In
Lois Miller (Follow-up
e of Shipping; Georgia BarthelmessIssue Bertha Kicklighter (Per-
Flora gia.
and Sapp,
( ), Ophelia
sonnel in DeLand. Earlane I-
Sales Conrad Wil- ) iS
Funkenstcin ( ), L.
liams (R & 0)) and Joyce Cowart Fleming. Grace(Sales Greene) in Daytona(Accounting Beach) \ _______ 5.-
Doris Fitzpatrick
(Stock Control)
motored to Charlotte, N. C., in her
(Issue), Betty Lotz (Issue), Betty
Young (Stock Control), and Mary new car,
r ti Murphy (Receiving) were escorted Mary Wallis (Shipping) has a
to the game by members of the new hair-do. It's very becomingand
. .. Phi Kappa Tau and later were en- was special for the Victor _! _. .. .. .._., _._ _._ ..
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;, tertained at their formal dance at Borge Stock concert.Control is glad to have K. M. McDUFFIE, RETIRING PRESIDENT of the Employees Association; left, congratulates,,

.. the Woman's Club, After the game, Dressier .back after a ton- S. Fagan, his successor, as he turns over the credentials of the Association.. Fagan was name
Billie, Vonllofen (Issue) and her Helen ,the Association's new president at a meeting of, the:Board last week. Witnessing the inaugural word! J 1

') !,.,I..,' .. party,enjoyed the Delta Chi dance silectomy.Sales Division is welcoming. a R. D. Pinney, F. R. Gardner T, Fritch, A. O. Anderson J. F. Nettles, F.' S. Gannaway, W. O. KlnCftWv. &* '
I'. at the Seminole"RIIJsrI'ICE W. I Catrette F. D. Warren and R. K. Browa.
.\ WEEK-END DO- new employee, Gertrude Andre. F. H. McKinley,, ,



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t The large mouth black bass i i'.?"1aw'

q, probaby the most "fished for""
game fish in American waters.

GO I I Geographically distributed from
coast to coast, this famous fighting -
fish is found in every state
of the union. He is a persistent '

MOVIE SCHEDULE end hard fighter and it hat been,
NATTCTIIURsDVY said by Dr. Henshall an authority -
I on Black Bass that, "Inch for
4 -"SCARED STIFF," with Jack Haley and Ann Sav Inch and pound for pound the
age. Shows at 1400 1730 and 2000. gamest fish that swims," fits this
FRIDAY AND S.\TUIUU"UNDERCURRENT.," starring fish to a "T." If you have ever

Katherine: Hepburn and Robert Taylor. Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000. hooked Into one of these fresh
SUM*.\Y-"WILD BILL HICKOCK" featuring Bruce Cabot and water acrobats either with a fly
Constance Bennett Shows at 1400. If30 and 2000. or bait-casting rod I'm sure you'll .
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-"ABIE'S IRISH ROSE," with Joanne agree with Dr. Henshall. The
Drew and Michael Chekhov. Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2000. world's record black bass.welghed
WEDNESDAY-ANTED FOR MURDER," with Eric Portman 22 pounds and 4 ounces, and was
and Dulcie Gray. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. T : caught in Montgomery Lake Georgia
TIIURSDVY-"KING'S ROW." starring Ann Sheridan and Rob- w '< t mcMfuaaaaaauexaaaaftaa I *VHB Optimism being one of the

ert Cummings Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. PICTURED ABOVE receiving a congratulatory handshake from virtues of fishing I always go fishIng -
Captain H. V. Hopkins Commanding Officer of the Naval Air I with the hope that perhaps

Yellow Water Technical Training Center is William Dale Lindsey AOM 2c, who I might be the one to break that
received at Saturday's Inspection, The Distinguished Flying Cross record.

THURSDAY-NO SHOW. and a Gold Star in lieu of a second DFC. The Air Medal and I What is the best lure and the

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-"TIME, PLACE AND GIRL," starling Eight Gold Stars in lieu of eight Air Medals. Lindsey is a nativeof I best way to catch him Well, Iwouldn't 0

Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson. Pocatello Idaho. Standing beside Lindsey is Charles O'Roark go so far as to guarantee -
SUNDAY-"SCARED STIFF," with Jack Haley and Ann Sav- AOMTlc( ) of TOB Division, who received the Distinguished Flying that you will catch a black
Cross and the Presidential Unit Citation for his part on the U.S.S. bass by doing what I tell you but

4p.MONDAY AND TUESDAY-"UNDERCURRENT," featuring I Lexington. O'Rourk hails from Cumberland, Ky., and has been in you might try the methods In general

Katherine Hepburn and Robert Taylor. the service for over 4 years. practice, angling for him.

.. WEDNESDAY-"WILD BILL HICKOCK" with Bruce Cabot and First of all go to a lake or stream

Constance Bennett.THURSDAYNO. I yPAR LONG DISTANCE CIRCUITS where you know brother bass
makes his home. Get
SHOW.THINGS up as earlyin
REMOVED AFTER THREE the morning as you can and be
TO DO-ABOaRD I fishing as soon as you can see well
BUSY YEARS OF SERVICEAfter enough to cast. The bass usually
HOBBY SHOP Monday through Friday, ""An stay close to the shore where small .

2130, Saturday and Sunday 1300-21JO. New serving NATTCenter and fish, frogs, etc. live, so they are
in Bldg. 414, Wing No. 1. Instructors on "A.,. NAS for three busy years the more or less sure of a square meal

leather craft, model airplanes and woodwork. 1700t Southern Bell Telephone Companyhas when they do get hungry For this
FLEETS INN-Beer sold nightly By M1I.M AMPS reason. you'll usually find them
Sandwiches and snacks available. announced the termination of
DIBg. 517. hiding under overhanging rocks,
RO\\'UNO-Six alleys behind Ship's Service STEVENSON, John Reid, of the Long Distance Circuits of the I sunken logs, brush piles, and oth-

able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, Ar Class E-5, with an average of 84.9 Telephone Center in Bldg. 513 at'': er shore line features, waiting for

1700-2130. Free bowling If you set your own pins. Lt the honor man in this week's NATTCenter. | some small fish or frog to come
lOc a line for pin boys. within striking distance Ofter a
class Stevenson is This that the
graduating a does not mean bass
will strike
., out of sheer pug
SWI\I1\IING-AU! Outdoor Pools Closed) Indoor native of Bronx, N.Y., and is the entire telephone service will be j nacity and not out of hunger. Cast

, Pool Bldg 614, Recreational Swimming. Monday, I youngest in a family of four boys. discontinued. The nine local lines I your lure as close to those places

= Tuesday Wednesday Friday 0900 to 1200. Monday il I He graduated from Samuel Gomp- I will remain and five new local Mr. Bass hangs out and reel it in
lines will be Installed soon. Long with the action that best suits the
through Friday, 1800 to 2045. Saturday 1000 to 1200, ers Vocational High School and particular lure
I Distance calls will be possible via you are using.. If
.. 1300. to 1600, 1700 to 2045. Sunday 1200) to 1600, 1700 admits that the electrical traininghe the Jacksonville Exchange. i you are using a fly rod and, one

received in school helped to of the feather minnows castingover
; to 2045. The Telephone Center was installed -
make him top man of his class, in July of 1943 by the submerged weed beds out in
Interested in the NATT Southern and Tele- the middle of the lake or stream
MUSIC-Anyone Joining Bell Telephone
but wants to make it clear that he will
I. usually bring many an energetic -
J for the
graph Company convenience -
Cats Orchestra, contact T. F Raye at Barracks 465. had to work plenty hard while going i of the personnel of this Sta- strike and a fine fish. The

NATTO LIBRARY Located In Auditorium. through the school. As for 'tion. It has proved a boon to'' choice of lures is great and I am
hobbies he likes baseball, football many a student who has been unable | of the opinion that a bass will
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday strike anvthinpthat
hasn't been able comes cloveto
Ice skating ( : to go into town to make his --
2100" Wednesday, 1230 to 2100.) Saturday and Sun- to practice much lately) and danc- !, long distance call. The Center has him whether he is hungry or
ing. Says that sometimes it seems completed an average of 3000 long not out of pure antagonism. It is
day, 1230 to 2100 on record that a man won a bet
like he has two left feet while I distance calls a month ranging
" ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, he's trying to get "hep to the jive" I from 5 minutes to an hour and 45 by tying some hooks on a dime-
Physical Training Department, Bldg 513. down at Carpenter's Hall. Stev- I minutes. store salt shaker (without alterations
: ) and caught a nice-sized
BOXING-Smokers held regularly. Anyone interested enson is a likeable, modest chap Mr. L. M. Piummer, the Camp 1 large mouth. You can take that
for his nineteen years and a goad :Manager for the Southern Bell
t contact Chief Al Sinibaldi I I statement
in with
participating, became a grain of salt if
sport. Shortly after he
Telephone and Teleg"hiph Company -
of the P.T. Department you wish but I for one am inclinedto
number one man of his class a certain i j I on behalf of the telephone and
TtNNIS-Racquet.s and balls available at Physical I Bks. M. A. told him to draw I I operators, extends his sincerest appreciation Go agree fishing believe catch it.
one of these
Training Bldg 513.1"OOTIIALLIntramurals. I some long-handled brushes, then I i and thanks throughthis beautiful and
gamey fightota, and
to find a can of scouring powder, I article to the personnel of
held Mondays Wednesdays
Games on you are sure to
agree that, "inch
then, guessed it scrub this
command for
you the fine
1600 field bordered by Allegheny Road. I. cooperation for inch and for
and Fridays, on pound pound the
the Head. Said that the scrubbing shown to the employees of', "
gamest swims
:' accounted for his lily white hand I the was truly
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE Telephone Center for the past spoken of the large-mouth black
Stevenson chose Quonset Point three years. bass.

JACKSONVILLE BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent intervals R.I., for his draft because of its I'I I''I "DAVE."

as Navy). Surf bathIng nearness to his home. Some day Lo SEA .
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e Angeles ( ) When
.r and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus he hopes to have a job In the electrical George C. Green bought his car Mc-rrt'r"bllrg, Pa. (SEA) _

'. fare 25c. field.Prezioso back in 1907, it was already secondhand Friends of Judge Thomas C. McDowell -
CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San N., was a close followup and had given three ,won't be able to get off
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on in Class E-5 with an average I years of service. He's refused to easy because they know the judge.
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor of 84.1; third was Zimmerman, R. !I part with it since, and has just He fined himself $10 for commit-

boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat S., with an average of 83.7. The I completed an 8,000-mile cross ting a traffic violation ilthe
-- class produced two first string I II country trip with his wife. I town's Center Square.

last week One boy, who won'tsee I football players: WESSINGER
, 1 John E., center, and STEELE, Edgar -
IliOMl ( any more football action this end The AEM School wishes
! year is Randolph, halfback for the E-*
now to extend a "well done and
T.O.A. team. Randy was badly inIjured NUT' _
i good sailing" to Class E-5. We'llbe
I SHORT SHOTSBy I in the T.C.T. game and has see'n you. j I
Just recently learned to turn his to''
These days seems
neck again. To compensate for everyone
MONDNCHEIN this loss of gridiron strength in have a hobby which is a good \

. Roger W. Cross has just established the backfield "Baha" Bain and thing according to the men whoknow. I \ MC'
LYNCH of the
,. a new scholastic record at Attridge are both spotted for halfback Anyway \
Area Office has found that "acting' -
the A.OM.-A. School by completing positions. .
his sixteen weeks with a 88.04 I is his meat. Playing the _
part of the bewitching Miss Obelia ;
average. Cross is a Nebraska boy |I Two weeks ago today Bldg. 611 Nibblenut in a USO classic, Lynch
and entered Ordnance School with and the immediate surrounding
became the hit of the show when
the idea of getting high marks I area carried the peculiar stench of Ms bell bottoms caine undone and
Cross isn't the only boy in class burning rope. The instructors had I I
went sliding down down, down
.05 that made the grade down here made their rates and boxes of cigars his
i past pretty skirt.
in Jacksonville Bob Owens, from were in order. Stevenson,
Corpus Texas, met a local O'Neal Fitchpatrick, Bass Ha.kee !!- i f We have heard from our own
southern belle, Miss Estelle Har- I Johnson, and Wable had just I blonde bombshell, Shirley Wewer I
rel, while in A. F. School and made A.O.M.3/c and were handing Shirley was chosen by her sorori- ;
courted her during his time in out special Cincos, Mraileuos, and ty, Trianon Univ. of Cincinnati, to
A.O.M. Bob was married last Fri- even some Tampas that ships serv- be a representative in a beauty
day night and will spend about a ice had been saving a long time contest. It seems that "ShitT is
week with his new bride before for just such an occasion. way ahead in a scholastic way too. "
being sent to further duty. If it's I I having received the highest gradein \
Gene Bass celebrated his new:
her class in art
by using her
the little
duty women
rate by going home to southern
well known
will Join Owen there. Florida and killing a five-foot rat- originality. I
We hear
were glad to that Com-
tlesnake with a small stick (po he I
The big football news besides says). Bass bye-the-bye haS replaced dr. Sauter is expected back to work
yesterday's X.O. game around T. Frazee as T.O.A. checker!, soon after a spell in bed with cat !
O.A. it Lt. Commander Knickel- fever
champ by a 16-game margin.
bine's decision on the disputed T. I asked serious, thoughtful Elec. j
O.A.-T.E.A football game in favor : Norris of the Ignition Phase what
of T.O.A. Mr. Knjckelbine is head Most instructors and students he thought was the outstandingpoint
of N.A.TTC. intramural sport, took in the fair last week-end, but in the Supervisors Training
and has stated that if the disputed the fair seemed to have taken in Course whch he has just completed. -

game effects tile championship Mercier and Piot.r03ky-and justa lie said "Well, I consider the
standings of either team, the game few of the others. whole course so good that no one

will probably be played over at the Lover Don O'Neal the boy with part could be segregated and of
end of the season. the hot-shot Chev. has! a new course I'm very happy that I ....
T.O.A. is now without the servIces comeon when in the tropical partof passed." Just another school boy
of two ,sharp ends, Vezy and town-Squeeze and squeal, with making good! Press time once I GUY SAFE

"Spook" Satterlee, both graduated Don O'Neal. ,moro. Bye NOWHERE\ :w-A- OAYB /

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21 November 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION .-



From Aviation FundamentalSchool 6-0 Over TAF And rED I

_hip's Company Newts
that sailors 1 TOB's vaunted gridmen won I end-fori'3
We used to think only who toured TEB's left
wanted transfers. But it seem: two more games in Intramural I yards and the score that completed .

that the civilian workers are 01. play this last week, to make it I a march of some 50 yards from

the transfer bandwagon too. Listening favorite to tie if not win the' the mid-field stripe.
CAF chatter in Build a
to the
TOB was without the servicesof
found out that Betty a now wide open race for the Intramural
Ing 425, we i "Duke" LaHulher in the game
Joy and>M fy are thinking of put League Championship. With with TEB, due to a shoulder: injury

ting in their Sea Duty Chits II a.7 to 0 victory over TAF and a acquired in the TAP game.
the girls had the facts and Ord-
only 6to 0 win over TEB, the
the living conditions anexpenses <
figures on the teamto knockouts, together -
in Germany or Japan, the nancemen are marked as Two
with five thrilling, fast-moving
Commission beat.
Civil Service 4tW I two draws
decisions even
have three less vacancies to fill. I 3 They have only one game left : marked another in the series of
.-..For a tip tp longer life and happiness to play on their schedule, whichis I the famous Smokers put on jointly

w.we submit the following with TEA, currently the league': I by pugilists from NATTC and

Dont: mention the word "vacation' leader. This TEA-TOB encounteron I' Yellow Water at Yellow Water: last
to ')Ilia Cox. If you do, pleas< November 26 should be the Thursday night.

'no fy'the" Binnacle List Yeomai I I game of the 'ear. TEA has sofa I Nine on the bill fea-

in advance. Seems as though she< >. only lost one half a game while five fights from NATTC and
hall piled up too much annual leavi winning 2 /4. TEA still has games I four turing from Yellow Water The
during the war. and now she has with XO and CTO besides the one '
fights were preceded by a fit e-man
to take two days a week off to : with .lUlS.:
I.if TWO OF THE fastest boxers at NATTC are pictured in actionin Free-For-All by men of Yellow
And is she getting
bring it down. the right that is being blocked On a soggy field, TOB met its Water. Some of the bouts found
the above picture. Throwing
? You ask her, but last
of it can
.tired is Norm Joeckes and blocking it is Don Brutchey. In their one biggest test of the campaign old faces to boxing fans in these
bring a corpsman along. previous meeting, Brutchey took the fight on a decision, but this Wednesday and met it successfully : parts participating, but plenty of
It seems as though J. J, Sennet by defeating TAF 7 to 0 witha
went to draw.NELSON I new talent was seen for the first
(who, incidentally\ is in instruc one touchdown scored in the last 25 time.
tor's training now), grabbed his seconds of play. It was Paul :
better half and gave us the slip TRYOUTS HELD FORI! "Duke" LaHullier who drove over I I Ron Bondy, Naval Air Technical -

early Monday morning.:: If you right tackle from the 1 foot line Training Center. welterweight

boys at Hangar 140 don't mak NATTC VARSITY for the score. He then proceededtc champion, fought the fifth bout of
the gossip column this week blameit pass to Luscombe in the end the evening, and won on a TKO,

on the hash mark 3rd Class P.O TEAM I zone for the extra point. when his foe Pig Gillan was unable -
BASKETBALL I to finish the fight. Bondy,
Nhult't'lt Nf\\\
I TOB had taken over the )all on
with Mr. seldom using his powerful right,
After checking Myers where LaHullier lost
Mwww"r Thirty Five candidates answer the TAF 36,
in of AVFund Test used straight left jabs to the face
the charge
man : out as: 4 and a went incom-
ed the first call try yards pass his Gillan
to opponent.
Unit here's the lowdown on what vanquish
The next play was another
members of the NATTC plete.
to do if miss a test. As soon was down for a short count in the
you LaHul-
a this time good from
Basketball Team last Thurs pass,
second round after which the fight
and within one weal
as possible TAF 35.
to the
Head Coach for lIer to Tagliaferri
after missing a test, report to Bldg day this year's at the team Gym.will be Lt. Comdr With nine yards to go on fourth was stopped by Referee AI, SIni-

425 and see Mr. Myers. Bring down, LaHulher traveled all the baldi.
Knickelbine of the Physical
along a legitimate excuse which Harry Division.The I way to the TAF 15 off tackle. Collins i The semi-final fight of the eve
may be checked for accuracy It! Training then took the ball on a left ning found two Illinois boys fighting -
you fail to make arrangement team can be classified asi: end run, and with some excellent Bob Perkins of Rockford, and

with the Test Unit within the tim 3; tiltll good but inexperienced. Of the 35! blocking went all the way to the 'Gene Storie, of Chicago, but now
limit set, the grade for that missed present, most notable was Lt. jg]) I 1 foot line from where LaHullier from Yellow Water. Perkins wenton
test will automatically become a W. T. Mahoney. Others trying out I went over. < to win the decision after floor

zero. And boy, the zeros really included C. J. Walker; Car In the game with TEB, the men \ ing Storie with a quick left and
drag down an average. Any grade Schweitzer; W. H. Ruehle; Head from Ton won the game early, I right late in the second round.
missed by failing to take aa test rick, and W. J. Touchet. I scoring their lone touchdown in Finale for the evening was between -

may not be made up without the Following is an official Navy the second quarter. It was Collins Richard Beck and Eddie O'

approval of either the Test Unit Schedule of the teams that will be -- Connor of Yellow Water Beck,
Supervisor or the Training OfficerSo played by NATTC. The schedule who has fought little since spring,

again, as soon as you. check is still not altogether filled and NATTC'S PRIDE was cut over the right eye in the

out of the hospital or sick bay; 01 includes only those teams in the first round by O'Connor, and when
miss a test, be sure to check with the cut was reopened in the second -
Naval Air Training Athletic Con
the Test t'nit. Sinibaldi called an end to the
Here a few Interesting figures WALLACE, Grover Leon, S2c ference. Other games are being fight and gave the verdict to

on your chances of getting a first USN. made the highest mark, sought with various schools and O'Connor on a TKO.A .
second or third choice A School 8748. Leon hails from Mineral organizations.At summary of the bouts:

Of the first 26 classes to graduate Wells, Texas. Send us some more Jnn Home IV :NAS Glen- JRn.Away 17:. NATTC First bout: Bill Shonasky, 128

from AvFund, 64.5% of graduates men like this Texas'! I viw. Mrmphiii. Ibs. AEM and Nick Bratto, 131

rcceivd the school of their first ..> uu_ ... ... .. ......__.......... .__, Jan 11 NAS B"- Jan. 11<. NATTC Ibs. Ship Co. fought to a draw.
choke; 134rr got their second Dana. t4 River NATTC IVb Mcmi'hm.Jiin 14, NAS Second bout: Todd Snavely, 135

choice and 13.4 r/t were transferredto ward l lnnu JHX.l Ibs. AF 18 outpointed Bob Scott,
their third choice school. .h. 1 NAS Dullul. MHF. 1. NAS Maintenance, 130 Ibs
td. 7, NATB Banana Kivr.rvhwriJH .
TAr Football TeamThe M'r. 7. NAS Third bout : Robert Ahlers, 147

team suffered its first defeat ..'..... II, NAS WhitM.- Simon. Ibs. outpointed Eddie King 145
ing Mar K. NAS Ibs. AF 18
of the season when the big 't.! Simon
aggressive TOB squad pushed ov'era 'f Fourth bout: Lyle Langholz, 145
touchdown and added the extra Ibs., AF 17, outpointed John Mc-

point in the final 15 seconds of I cL Classes 17-18 Tie Keever, 147 Ibs? AF 18.
last Wednesday game.It Fifth bout: Ron Bondy, 151 Ibs.,

was a hard fought see-saw For First PlaceIn won on a TKO in the second round
battle on the part of both teams, i I over Pig Gillan, 160 Ibs.; AF 12.

although high tackling and poor Intramurals i Sixth bout : Johnny Foley, 138
blocking appeared to have spelledthe Ibs., Yellow Water outpointed Don

difference between victory and Biggs, 138 Ibs, Ship's Co., Yellow

. defeat for TAF. Class 12 Leads "B" Water
Seventh bout: Tom Lawler,
Wilcox outstandinggame With 170 PointsIn I
played an
League 148 Ibs., Ship's Co., Yellow Water,
: at left end, while Tisner Thomas and Mi-, 1st. Week Of GamesThe I and Ken Regemtter, 153 Ibs., Ship's
Anderson, Wagner,
Co., Yellow Water, fought! to a
nor distinguished themselves in Fund Off Duty Athletic draw. u.
scrimmage Comments have been heard during -
the backfield. Extensive /
entering its bout Bob Perkins 158
Program is now football Eighth : ,
the : various parts of
sessions are on practicemenu :
third week featuring Touch Football down lb... Ship's Co, Yellow Water outpointed .
in for the TCTgame season, "player
preparation. Volley Ball, and Softball competition there who looks like a big clock I Gene Stone, 158 Ibs, Ship's
Friday.AH o xh between the various class of granite" in the Jax Navy FootI Co. Yellow Water,
Ship's Company nun who are ball forward wall. I Ninth bout: Eddie O'Connor,
experienced bowlers, or if you es.Each team automatically gets 128 Ibs, Ship's Co., Yellow Water,
have a strong desire to bowl in five! points if it participates in a I I The "granite" referred to in this won by TKO at end of second

league competition, contact J. C. William S., S2c. USN, ,game:: and 10 more if they win, or particular instance Gene Hinton can be stellar none I round over Richard Beck, 118 Ib8.,
than ,
Bouthard, AMM2/C in Basic Skills. five' if they lose. At the end of Ship's Co, Yellow Water.
made the second highest mark, I tackle for the Jax Navy team this
Ship 4. I eath week, points are totaled for I The Marine Air Detachment
S6-77. William comes from Lexington I and feet
220 six
Let's get into the spirit and formulate the I each# class. There are eight classes yearall pounds squad traded places with TAI in
Nebraska. Keep
imminent bowling team up 12 throughAF two inches of him. I
an participating the League standings by virtueof
work and will have a
for ole TAF. good you I 15 in the "B" League, and Any praise that can be lavishedon their 6 to 0 victory over the

Hats off to the men who made I smooth cruise. I classes AF 16 through AF 19 in 1 this mighty fellow would be a TAI men last Friday on the NAT-
top marks out of a class of 107 These two men received the advanced the "A" League. AF 12 leads the definite understatement, but let TC Athletic Field.. TAI now holds

men in class AF-10. school of their choice. j "B" League: with 170 points whilein I it suffice to say that his line play down eighth place while the; Ma-
----- 17 and I has been outstanding all year.
the "A" League classes rines have moved up to the No.
I GET L' WITH THE NATT CATS 18 are tied with 170 points apiece. Gene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 7 slot.

The standings as of the end of ert Hinton, 5065 Jones St., Drum- TAI again showed lack of scoring -

the first week: right Oklahoma, was born on 2 power when it was needed
"11" leagueScam January 1928 in Manford, Okla. most. They were down on the Ma-

T Won Lost Pet. Pts.F He first enlisted on :5 April 1946 at rine 2-yard line with four downsto

. \ 12 7 2 .777 170 Tulsa, Okla, for a two year cruise.. I score when the attack bogged
' \F 13 :5 4 .555" 160 Before enlisting in the Navy, he down

___cr \F15 5: 4 .555 145 attended one year of College at i The Marines finished a 45-yard
3,. 1, \F 11 1 8 .111 125 Michigan Unlvenityhf're he I march which was climaxed by the
... "A" League played football in that year, and I Marine fullback driving over for
" .r''' Team' Won Lost Pet. I'ls.AF at present is going to AEM "A" the touchdown. The try for the
'. 18 7 2 .777 170 school.: Gene first reported aboardat extra point failed.

*F 17 7 2 .777 170 NATTC on 4 July 1946. TAI was still without the services _,
t *tF 16 4 5 .444 110 of four of its regulars and

fVF 19 2 7 .222 05 NOTICEThe was seriously handicapped. On the .
& other hand the Marines showed
I SKY SCHOOLS Ships SrrvUe Merchandise a tine ground attack, which was
p.irtmcnt It open 6 day weekly good for many yards.trcmurHl .
I (SEA) Airborne field trips in from 09SO to 1HOO. Toj land had a IHICU utmlings and ahe.l-
courses ranging from geology; to gala opening on Friday 15 No- ..I.*. for next wwki

# 55 a ommunity[ planning by colleges vember. More and more toy of all ivies 4:a 1* .833..760.M7 s2 is

MUhlC AS 'OU like it, soft and smooth, played by theNATTCats I and schools have already proved kinds and priers are! being rei.iivtJ 'IAC :2 1 .tln n r
rite at the successful according to N. L. Eneelhardt TO A a 1 ...1 II: 35
for your listening pleasure every Monday (talil)'. limp In and select toy
Inn" and for dancing Jr., director of Air-Age still, w. : 1 IS 11
tJATTCenter Beer Garden."Fleet's. your now while the assortment U 2 .646 12
Research. He made the
pleasure every Wednesday night at the Commissioned Officer's Education gO l l.For. Marina 1/j 2tt .J7S n 16
..r at the Chiefs Club. The band is composed statement at a congress of 400 TAI 1 4. .2'"' 5 43
Mess and every Saturday e"t'.It'nrfl, It is
under (Mlucatora and aviation specialists greater Tao 0 6 cub 5 a.
of NATTCenter student and Ship's company personnel antiripatrd that the fiuiut.'u arm *'n.lH;) >. 22 Nov. TAF v. TCT.
the leadership of T. F. Raye Sic formerly with Orrin Tinker's big who met to discuss the possibilities Monday 26 Nov. Marines v.. TOA.T".III ,
Service will irnuun
of air In Mtiip'tt open
also scheduled to play at an all of clone coordination ), Zt Nov. TAB VI. TEA. M
name band. The NATTCats are at the NATTCenter Auditorium. transportation and education.. until 2200 in the nearfulure.. Wmliu-wlity, 27 Nov., TEB vi. TUT. .
station dance on the 8th of December


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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 21 November 1946


y Pigskin RILL KLIIL ParadeBy See Jux NovV Beats Tough Memphis .

Ky KILL KEIIL, Sic Eleven 13-0 In Lust Period Rollp
After having a few ardent readers quiz us on why we didn't include
such amiable lads as Charlie Justice, Bobby Layne, and Bobby Lund .
___ _____ ___ __ _
-- ---- -- -- -- u
it suddenly came to us that we'd better start rounding u1S some more"hopefuls" McConnell Races

Just because for All-American we're putting honors some this of fall.these lads in the second Installment Cage Team Holds Initial I 55 Yards To Give

of this column, they are still plenty rough and will be up Locals Last T. D.
front when the votes are tallied for -- --- ----- ----- --- Tryouts For 1946 SeasonWith I

the honor rating. I By Doug Crocket, Sic -
Charlie "Choo Choo" Justice has After being held to
a score-
Touch. about 50 hopeful aspirants, rS.l---1L---r- ..
given the Tar Heels their extra 1 ..
'Coach Ray Pflum held initial practice three-period tie, the Jax.
to finish with im-
zip a season an
this week to form the 1946 football eleven to
Navy came
pressive record. Ole Charlie is justa
Football Loop edition of the NAS Jax Flier bas
I life in
freshman, and although he might the last period of the ..
ketball Practice is
not make the first or second elev- quintet. being Memphis "Hellcat"-Jax-Navy
held daily at 1630 at Mainslde Auditorium ,
ens this fall, he s a sure fire bet -
Led MarinesIntrastation game to push across two I
for next fall. By and the first game for -, -
the Fliers will roll around the latter touchdowns and down a'' -surprisingly .,
Bobby Lund from up Tennessee part of December. +, cr .
strong .Memphis
touch football Is
will-be in the also,
way up A heavy schedule will face the
into its second week of I eleven before 2,000 freezing-
but it might only be second or rounding j I Fliers this fall and winter, and .-.fIt-.
third string labeling. Lund sparkedthe league play. Dominating activityin Coach Pflum has little time to try football fans. ,;
Vols to a 34-13 romping over the first week of play was the and mold an outstanding quintet Memphis kicked off tO'Ojxn the -

Boston College and was also the Marine Barracks which eked from the 40 or more men reporting game, and Tully Thompson>carried
through two narrow wins over 'own 39. In two ; .
mainstay in the Volunteer's win for practice daily. lIe has one to his play.
over Alabama earlier this fall. Ordnance and Dispensary. VSB returning veteran of the '}5 Flier the Inspired Memphis! line threw

At the start of the season, Texas continues to keep pace with the squad, T. 8. Ary, to build the the locals bock to the 35 and- ,e
was leading the pigskin parade, but league leading Marines though team around, and is blessed with Thompson kicked: to the Memphis
fell apart midway. Bobby Layne having won two, to the Marines' several other players who have, Y 23. Jax held the Memphis team
four victory clippings. and Wilson kicked into the wind.
and his pass receiver Hub Bechtol played college and semi-pro ball,
were really rolling over opponents, Games are scheduled at the Mat The first week of practice has The punt carried only fifteen yardsto
but somewhere Old Dame Fortune at 1700 and two games are playedat consisted mostly of just plain I the 42 and Howard Hansen, easily -
caught up and the mighty Long- once, but on separate gridirons. scrimmage. With only three prac- the star of the game, carried
horns fell apart. Layne is a great There are two games daily, and tices under their belts, the future 'down to the Memphis 25.Hanson's .
passer, but if it were not for All- the contests played this week will members of the Jax Fliers look I pass to Thompson was
American Bechtol, Layne would be determine who will win the touch slightly ragged, but after a cou- completed on the 15 and Tuffy
t went all the way to the 6. Here
ple of weeks of workouts
grid loop. steady ,
just another back. The way Bechtol
I the Memphis defense stiffened and
is still snagging the aerial tosses Out of this touch league, the the Pflummen should turn intoa ief held totake the ball on downs ,
he should easily make the first varsity touch football eleven will formidable ball club. It will prob- after throwing the locals back to
team All-American bal- be and formed to other ably be three weeks before the
on : picked play head mentor will be able to weed the 13. Wilson kicked out of dan-
lots cast. naval bases around the command.
out his future hoopsters.Jax ger and the period ended with the
Another end who has played outstanding This week's schedule will pit gladiators struggling at midfield.
ball throughout the sea- VSB against the Marines, and will face some of the out- Mid-way through the second period -

son and is second in passes Supply against VM unit on Monday standing service quintets this year, Memphis had possession on
snagged is Broughton Williams Wednesday will find VSB besides meeting several well- their own 48 when Wilson tried to
from Florida U. Williams played- and Dispensary billed against eacU known college fives. The schedulehas hit the center of the Jax: line. Hemet
excellent ball against Charley Trippi other, and Thursday, Ordnance not been released as yet, but a stonewall and the oval pop-
and Co. (in other words, Geor- will meet VM for the final grid should be ready for publicationnext ped out of his hands. Norris Thomas -

gia), and should be ranked rightup clash of the touch loop. week. the big tackle on the Jax squad, ,
When the opening tip-off is T. S. ARC the ball and Jax start-
with the leading ends of the Coaches of the teams have i iI pounced on -
made this winter, mentor Pflum ed its second drive of the .
leading elevens of the nation, although -
formed fine elevens and of
thing which the hoop mentor
will be able to floor a squad ranging "Western Union" McConnell -
Florida has to win I
yet a these gridders will be good ma- planning to work on this season, I II i i
around the 6'1" mark. Most made a first down on the
game. That's how football works, terial for the station touch foot-
though. of the men out this season range I Ary, the lone returning basket- i: Memphis 45, and a Manros to liar-
ball team. The intra-station leagueis I bailer from last will be the
around the 71 inch mark, with den pass gave the locals another
What about Ed Cody from Pur under the sponsorship of the : mainstay of the Flier outfit, for I I
some -"shorties" between. The first down on the St. Curt l>un-
due George Terlep of Iowa, Joe Physical Training and Welfare one thing which ii hard for a the well-built forward has had : ham smashed through to the 27,
Whisler of Ohio State, Jerry Cow- Dept. of NAS. I service team coach is that/ he quite a lot of experience playing I but once more the Jax drive petered -
hig of Notre Dame, and Girard of ---- : might have to drop some boys with and against service and college I out before the- hardcharging"Cat"
Wisconsin? All great backs, in whom colleges would be more teams. The six-footer playeda line.Memphis.

their own class, but most of them NAS Meets Cecil than glad to hare. A sen ice coach season with the Iowa Seahawksand kicked off to open the
have just returned from service, docs'not have, the time to work Corpus Christ! five before being second half, and Tuffy Thompson
and are in a class by themselves. with his team and build it for the' transferred to Nas Jax. He carried to his own 21. It was at
They have not as yet gotten away Field Today In future. The men come and go, as I played last year with the local this point that Hansen put on a -
from their own style of play, but do coaches. In this manner, a club, and proved to be one of the display of power running which
give all of these pigskinners another Touch Football coach is handicapped/ and must most versatile ball players to reminded onlookers of Bronco Na-
year and they will be mak- work with only those men whom scamper onto the hardwood for gurski. With Hansen carrying four

ing the sports spotlight glitter Varsity touch football gets under he thinks will be able to play his Jax. out of every five plays Jax marched -
with their pigskin antics on the this week as the local brand of ball Coach Pflum is a The Jax Fliers ended up witha all the way down to the Mem-
gridiron. touch way eleven is scheduled to meet follower of the fast break offense record of 24 wins and six losses phis 30. Once more Memphis stopped
--- Cecil Field at the Mat thi. after- and when this system has last season a win-loss record the locals and Hansen faded
noon at 1600. been stymied a set offense will !, worthy of sixth place rating I back to pass. Johnny Zert inter -
HELEN HIGHWATER I' be used A good defense, with among the nation's service cage cepted on the 18, and for the third
The local pigskin eleven has a plenty of ball handling, is some- teams. I time in the game, Memphis, with
tentative schedule of seven gameson jl __ I! their backs to the wall had thrown
tap. Practice started this week, I
COMING SOON up an impenetrable defense.
but the men were picked from the i I
I .. On the last play of the third
teams in the intra-station squads. -
I stanza, Memphis tried to punt .
Anyone interested in playing touch I'
from mid-field, but Jim Jasmine
football will have his chance to i a j smashed through to block the kick

show himself any afternoon at and fell on the oval on the Memphis "
1600 at the Mat. The team is be-1 I 1 40. McConnell and Mancos

ing coached by Chief Henry Crews carried alternately down to the 1

and Toby Reid. Under their guidance ( five but Memphis held once more. _
the Jax eleven will meet I Memphis elected to run the ball oJ .
teams which are in the CNAAd- I ,/ out of danger before punting and '
Tra League. The winner of the Johnny Zert slashed off tackle. On
league will garner points toward I the eight yard line he was hit bya
the Admiral's Trophy of this com- horde of locals and when the
mand. I referee got the boys untangled i

The 1946 touch football sched I I "Ited" Kennedy" playing heads. up A\ I
ule for Nas Jax U: hull all day was lying over the .

Nov. 21 Jax'I Cecil Field H..r. ball. Hansen, who was injured iik I ,
Nov. 26 Jax'I $t. Simon Here I the second period, came into the Ai
Dec. 3 Jax'I Banana Sliver Away again and bulled his to
I game way ,
Dee. 10 Jax VI Whiting Field Her .
"Gee, I wish I knew some one livt. It Jax'I Banana River Here '$' the six-Inch marker On the next
who can handle figures. Dec. 17 Jax'I Cecil Field Away I play he hit the line with bone
Dec. 19 Jax VI Whiting I"'if Id Away shattering force and smashed his

way into the endzone.An .

WORLD'S LARGEST HUMAN CENTRIFUGE undaunted Memphis eleven '
started a drive of their own, how-
? ever, and sandwiched a ,)ass between -
two runs to carry to the
Memphis 45. Zert made five anda

) I_ 4,1- penalty gave the "Cats" another
first down on the locals' 45. It ,
was at this point that Rollie Kodg- \.

ers, playing a great game at ,
center, recovered a fumble and the

Jax squad took over on the 45. : .
McConnell took the ball on the ,i
next play and headed around the '. '
right end His interference suddenly -
disappeared at the line of W'

scrimmage and six Memphis

i huskies moved over to stop him. .
Anyone who had seen the Corpus A\\

Christi game could touch for Me-

Council's great speed, but the
( "Cats" did not know this. Glenn .',

I re t 4 suddenly opened up and shot by
c s the dazed Memphis. men going all
the way for the wore. Hansen
pntMMl to T. S. Ary for the extra :
point. a\
.5" 1 Memphis was still trying, however -
Official V. S, Navy Photo but Clarke intercepted a pass ':
Whirligig! Cutaway perspective i on the Jax 25 to stop the threat, J '\
of building to house Narjr's SCENES LIKE the one above will be duplicated this winter at and the game ended with the oval _
giant centrifuge at Johnsrille, I'.. Mainside Auditorium when the local hoopstera meet some of the out- I in Jax hands. McConnell almost ":'" :
Device will be used to study m u', .anding service and college cage teams of the nation. This shot was broke away again> late in the game, '.i(
reactions under effects of supersonij taken last year when the Fliers met Auburn and romped all over the but a desperate tackle by the \y
Alabamans by an 80-43 score. They met Auburn again later in the I I Memphis safety man stopped him .
speedy. week, this time thumping the Tigers 51-23, after a 23-yard gain.ro .