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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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February 6, 1947


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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\ Admiral MitscherLaid To Rest

__ _________ I
------------- ---- -- Famed Commander Of Task

Force 58 Dies At Norfolk I

} Admiral Marc A. Mitscher of

i Task Force 58 fame was laid to
rest yesterday at Arlington National -
Cemetery after passing
-- away quietly in his sleep at 0100
Monday from coronary thrombosis.The .
: Commander-in-Chief of the
------ had suffered a heart
1947 Atlantic Fleet
FLORIDA 6 February
Yol. 4-No. 46 USNAS AND NATTC, JACKSONVILLE, u attack on his sixtieth birthday
--- -- #
I eight days before.
One of the Navy's first aviators,

Navy Relief Moves Up ; now-famous Admiral Mitscher aircraft skippered carrier Hor the

I net, the "Shangri-La" from which
r. 4 % R Lieut.-Gen. Jimmy i Doolittla
k.. i launched his raid on Tokyo and

Dimes Drive A SuccessAs other As Japanese commander cities.of the famed

Task Force 58, Mitscher used the
the annual call for contri- ----- -- ------ -- -- will whole Pacific Ocean as his stamp-
butions to the Navy Relief Society contributions was available it was on today's scale the Society: ing ground and hurled aerial
naval sources
gathered momentum and pre- understood that the Battle of the need $400.000 from t.o smashes at Truk and the Marianasin
pared to enter its second week at States was the main source of rev- No quotas are being assigned February of 1944 and explodedthe
individuals, however
I II half activities or
NAS, officials of the March of enue on Mainside with about myth of the invincibility of
desired that as manyas
it is
I since
Dimes Campaign which closed here I of the $552.66 total coming regardless those strongholds in the U. S.
last Thursday termed that effortan the milk bottles. possible participate Navy's first test of its newly built
Relief of the size of the donation.
In the meantime, the Navy -
success. carrier
Over $1,300 was raised here, I Society was makingits bid The Navy Relief Society stands Mitscher power.visited NAS Jax in Oc-
loans -
with or
assist gratuities
excluding NATTC. NAS personnel I! for funds to carry on its importantwork. ready to Naval and Marine Corps tober of 1915 to help participatein
contributed a total of $552.65, I I Following In the wake of their re- a. the celebration of NAS Jax'a:
and dependents
it becomes increasingly personnel I
while Seventh Naval District the polio appeal fifth birthday. He had been plan
I raise I gardless of rank or rate. Dependents |I
difficult to money
Headquarters turned In $57.53:: Na- I deceased personnel are also ning to visit NAS Jax again on the
al Air Advanced Training Com- for this hand when need- cruise of the USS Pocono which
and all hands are urged to be gen- I given a helping
Naval Air ReserveTraining '' here 19 February
mand. $15.32; this ed. It is completely and solely dependent was to dock on
-t erous" in their support
Unit, $30; Naval Hospital II I -
I private funds chiefly -- ---- -
I I upon

the, .first$121.26 annual, and the Admiral's proceeds Ball of I drive.the The fiat year year 1017 of will be the, in poat-\\ui reality, I in officers the form enlisted of contributions personnel, from and { LEAVES NAS FOR

$498 While 52. no breakdown of NAS : Navy: and' to maintain activities civilian lends_ot_the- Navy:. ._: _
.- -- -- ---- AT DUQUESNE
-- --- BERTH
---- ----

Admiral Johnson Gaia AquGcade Will I Itreoture Demobilization is still decimating the ranks of NAS Jack

sonville's roster of outstanding sports figures.

Lauds Navy Day Lt. Comdr. Kass Kovalcheck, coach of the 1916 editionof

,I Swim EventThe the Jax-Navy football eleven, was separated Monday and

Here' left for his home in Pittsburgh, Pa., the following day to
Observance Annual Naval Air Athletic Training Conference -
take over his duties as head football coach at Duquesne
will be more than just straight
The following letter, dated 13 Swim Championships versity. Next year will be the first I
January 1947, from Rear Admiral races for medals and trophies. that Duquesne has raced onto the<
Felix Johnson, Director of Navy I Scheduled for 20 and 21 February, the meet was shaping gridiron since 1912, and Kass is'' Filing PeriodAnnounced

Public Relations, to Rear Admiral this week as an unusually colorful event to be highlightedby hoping to make the college's
Ralph Davison, Commandant of up an hour-long aquacade featuring a dozen spectacular acts j back studded with a string come'l For
District, tories.
Naval pays
the Seventh I
tribute to the work done within a d-a sensational l water ballet. I I Proof of Kovalcheck's ability as" I
II Music for this portion of the show this if-sr,1- New Clerk Exam
this command in connection with a coach was displayed :
the Navy Day observance. It is will be provided by the Air Sta- Navy Wives Club when his Jax-Navy squad ended '
presented for the information of : tion Band. up as the third best service teamin I Accounting fiscal, audit, statistical -

everyone who had a hand in making Jerry Hartman, famed 15-year. I Nursery OpenedLast the nation and took second time, leave, payroll, appointment -
the occasion such an outstanding old aquatic star will stage an underwater place in the Naval Air Athletic I, personnel, information,
success. : exhibition, followed by a I Training Conference. I stock, purchasing, property and
REar Adm. Ralph Davison, USN I big balloon race. Jean and Joyce SaturdayThe Duquesne's campus will not be supply, traffic, correspondence, ed-
Commandant, Seventh Naval I Fitzsimmons star in a Water I unfamiliar territory for the ex- itorial, proofreader, mail, file, rec-
District I Waltz, while another juvenile nursery sponsored by the Navy coach who played football ord, expediter, examiner of retire-
U. S. Naval Air Station aquatic wonder will also perform. : Navy Wives Club of Jacksonvillewas there under Elmer Layden from ment records, and other clerks
Jacksonville, Florida. I Two of the more thrilling acts I placed into operation last Sat- I 1927 to 1931. During his last year who are serving under temporaryand
My dear Admiral Daviion: will be the Battle On The Rafts urday night with Barbara Price, I as fullback there, he was mentioned I war service appointments and
Now that the Nary Day reports I and the Human Fish. The sym- I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Derrill i on many All-American teams. who desire to obtain a classified
have been received, and now that metry of the high divers will alsob. Price of 1432A Childs Street, NAS, After graduation he stayed at his status in their positions must HI-
there lias been sufficient time in a major attraction. the first child accepted. alma mater as assistant coach un- I' before 13 February 1947 for tha
which to evaluate the materials Frank Sitar)', the top-notch com- Current operating hours are: der Layden and then went to open competitive examination announced -
submitted, an encouraging picture edy diver who made such a big hit MOM., tVetl., & Frl-0800-1200 Bridgeville High School to lead I I recently by the Fifth U.
of the extent of Navy Day observances with the crowds last year, will Thursday1300.1800 them through an undefeated sea- S. Civil Service Regional Office.
may be presented. Without play a return engagement. Then Toes & 8at.ISOOZtoo son.In Application Card Form 0000-:::;
reservation it can be stated that there'll be the Aqua-Maniacs, the Rates are 20 cents an hour for his last five years there, Ko AB, which can b r obtained from
never befoul has there been more Dismissal of the Cadets, the Bal : one child and 25 cents an hour for valcheck's teams won 35 games, department heads or the Board of
widespread participation in or enthusiastic let Burlesque, and a special stage two or more children. By the while losing three and tying sev- Civil Service Examiners in Bldg.
reception 0an observance I I month, the rates are four dollars I I en. In December of 1912, he joined 450, must be sent DIRECTLY to
of this type. Too, the necessity act.The most breath-taking event of for one child and five dollars for the Navy and was assigned as the Office of the Regional Direc-
never has bees: greater for the all will take place when Harry I two or more. head football coach at Chapel Hill tor, Fifth U. S. Civil Service Re-
American people to realize the Nelson wrestles alligators in the I The rates have been set as low Pre-Flight gion, Atlanta 3, Georgia, and imuf
mission and importance 0the huge indoor pool. as possible by the club in order to Reporting to NAS from Nor- reach there no later than 13 February
Navy.In The absence of the Underwater provide the service- at a price everyone folk in July, 1946, he took over to be acceptable.The .
a large measure, the success the job of football coach, aimingto for clerical
Demolition Team this will be can afford. It is hoped examination po-
of this year's observance was due I, more than made up by year the colossal that the nursery can be establishedon repeat the 1945 record of Jim I sitions CAF-1 through is open
to the whole-h Carted cooperation I show being planned for this a 16-hour dally basis in the Tatum. When the pigskin was put to everyone. Incumbents will not
of personnel within the various I year's meet, and the event should very near future-just as soon as away in mothballs in December, be individually notified and the
there doubt that he had
districts/ their combined was no
prove even more successful than it can be determined how many responsibility for filing rests entirely -
ability and effort, this year's message I succeeded.
the first annual championships! families wish to avail themselvesof with them.
has been brought to the attention the service. In order that incumbents avoid
of those in places remote Although the nursery is staffedby I being appointed from the registerto
from naval acttvittts. : Sixth And Seventh a registered nurse, additionalaid Inspection jobs at other Federal activities,
You to be congratulated on
are is being sought from volun- it is imperative that full informa-
Ole efficient. manner in which the Naval Districts teers until such time as it is op- All liaiuN will stand Personnel tion be included on the application
press, radio, and clubs ictrr util- erating on the full-time schedule. Inspection at 1000 on the card form as to the place at which

(Continued Oil I'age 3)) Will Not Be MergedConsolidation Mothers wishing to offer their ser- seaplane rump this Saturday, 8 presently employed.
-- --- -- -- II vices should contact Mrs. \V. T. February The Inspection uni- Positions of stenographer, clerk-
. CJl.TS of the Nur- stenographer, typist, clerk-typist,
: NEW JOB of the Sixth and Shoemaker chairman form Mill be blue.
sery Committee, at 1211B Hancock telephone operator, calculating
Seventh Naval recommended -
last the senior Street, N AS, or telephone the nursery machine operator, bookkeeping
April by I
machine operator. IBM equipment
ext. 368.
board to proval.
of the
I member survey
rate clerk,
the club's weekly operator transportation
At regular
continental naval shore establish- It was announced that plans are
and other similar
'ments will not be carried out, it meeting last Thursday: the bylawswere : underway for a Valentine Day storekeeper work will NOT be filled from -
was announced recently followinga approved and sent to the national Dance but details were not yet rejjCuntinued
I on ."a't" 2))
I ( )
I thumbs down on the project by chapter for further ap- completed .
-- -- --- -- -- -- ---- -- ---- - --
: Admiral C. W. Nimitz, CNO, in

a restal.letter to SecNav James For- First Annual Jax-Navy Model Airplane: Meet

i, The CNO stated that the consol, I

r Naval idation District was not Commandants desirable since play Will Be Held lit NaS On 22 And 23 'ebruary

duch an important role in publicrelations I .
------ -- ---- -
A mammoth Jax-Navy model --- --- -
matters, and that thereis tact Chief Hubbard at the Main- ceive a kit and motor which will
need at present to airplane meet will be staged at t be equivalent to hts
an urgent 'aide Hobby Shop no later than approximately
keep all sections of the country NAS Jax on 22 and 23 February Friday, 15 February. ill-fated ship.
i informed about naval require- with many valuable prizes to be The Admiral's Trophy will be i The flying rules will be a combination
ments for adequato national defense given to contestants winning in presented for first place in the i of AMA and FMA with
the seven different classes. Planned Hornet class speed event. The certain modifications.
1 I The 7th Naval District Head- as an annual event, there will Captain's trophy will be awardedfor All entry blanks should be sent
moved to Jax in non-Hornet to Chief Hubbard! and entry slips:
,, quarters were be approximately 30 trophies, first place In the
... -- --''< June, 1916 Charleston, S. C. is the plaques, and medals, along with class The Executive Officer's tro- can be picked up at the Model
LT. COMDR. II. B GOULD, site of the 6th Naval Headquarters. I 12 motors and many accessories, phy will be given to the winner Shop. Entry fee will be $1.50 for
(above) O-m-C of the Commissary awarded to the victors. who cops first place in Class "B", the first plane and 50 cents for
Store since last October, t ,I Contest director Chief George while in class "A", the Welfare each airplane entered after that.
was named senior assistant sup- (SEA)_Raln stopped the annual T. Hubbard issued a request for 12 trophy will be presentedThe I This will help make it possible for
ply officer for Com-7 last week. outing of the St. Louis volunteers, either officers or en- speed events will all carry I the contestants to receive a bux
Lt. (hg) II. A. Anderson took weather bureau when they figuredon listed personnel, to act as a five places while the stunt and lunch It will also be possible to.
over the job of running the big fair weather. Then it was dis- panel of judges for the coming scale branches will carry three visiting contestants to secure one
retail store, coming here from covered that the head weatherman I' model event, Anyone interested places, For the most spectacular':' night lodging for an additional
Green Cove Springs bad brought hi* raincoat. la serving as a Judge should con- crack-up the sad owner will re 50 cents.


I aPage Two JAX AIR NEWS S .. :::1947A&R 1i


NO A&R's New IndoorFiring Range I g

A Is First Of its Kind In U.S. "a

F ton of the Indoor proof firing range for testing overhauled :
machine guns has just been completed at Assembly and Repair.. :

Believed to be the first of its kind to be put Into operation In this "

country, the new range, built from a design by the Bureau of Otdnance, ,
incorporates a novel feature in its employment of a water target andit

is already saving a considerable amount of money and effort in the ,

r local shop. dangerous ricochets of the bullets '.
Proof firing in the old indoor '
from the hardened target area in
; range was done into a large
filled bunker with one inch armor the sand bunker, and the sand had

I plate. In this design it was anticipated to be replaced.The .

that 70 cubic ;yards of sandin modernized featuresthe
i !W? : i the bunker would successfully original two horizontal range firing

absorb many thousands of roundsof positions equipped with a water

machine gun fire Since each target by placing a long, open end-
'4 Z' gun tested is fired 20 to 50 times, ed five inch pipe in front of the
and the two firing stations permit muzzle position. A five-inch gun
processing about 50 guns in a normal I barrel is used for the first sections

working day, it was originally I of the pipe. This pipe is kept full
expected that the sand in the of water through jet-like supply

bunker would require replacementonly tubes attached at an angle to the
several times a year. In actual end of the pipe nearest the gun.
? A operation, however, it was I Water is supplied at thjry pounds

necessary to continuously accomplish pressure and 475: gallons per min-

this laborious and expensive I ute through each, of these jet
replacement, with the attendant tubes. As a result of the high velocity .,
interruption of firing. The pellets of infection of this water, it
4 impinging on a localized volumeof is exhausted only at the end of the
the sand, soon had this small
tube extending into the old sand
amount of sand reduced to a pow- bunker, and no water flows from
s ;" v der, and shortly thereafter, aided
: the end nearest the gun, The waterin 1
by the moisture in the atmosphere, the tube absorbs most of the

d "-"-' a...- a ., .aw. ... <> *. had pounded Further it into a hard resulted, rocky in : energy from the high velocity bullets -
mass. firing and
they are discharged along
awar.drrw w. with the water stream into the

bunker room. Here the spent pellets
clatter harmlessly against the
armor plate lining the wall and
fall to the deck where they are
washed by the water flow into n

ChatterBy sump pit. A screen retains the
pellets in the sump and keeps them
from being picked up in the recir-
Lois A Kick culating pump suction At inter-

The Hospital Basketball team vals, the accumulation of metal}

wins its first league game with : pellets may be quickly shoveled
VO-ATU No 6, the score hittinga / out any) salvaged

high of 5815. VO-ATU No.6 I The cut away illustration at the
was a good team, but it seemed left shows the paramount featuresof
it couldn't keep up with the fast the new firing range. The Con-
moving Corpsmen. The points for trol Room la equipped with two

the game of Jan. 28th were put .jpT firing positions, 50 cat and 20
in by John D. Galloway, who split : MM. The firing is accomplished
the net for 20 points, Witsel 12, electrically Suitable interlocks are
Rosell 10, Sutchft 4, White 4, .. provided to prevent firing until
Moss 4, Bergmans 2, Kellums 2, hydraulic pressure has been built
up in the firing tubes. The firing

Oscar L. Moss, one of our star tube tunnel floor Is at all times
tennis players left for Coloradoby ----- kept covered with several inches
plane on an emergency leaveto of water as a precaution against
visit his father who is critically burning powder grains, and for the
ill We hope Oscar will find his same purpose a spray of water is
father's Condition greatly improvedupon directed across the area just! in
his arrival home. front of the muzzle position Nearly -
all the interior surfaces of both
V these covered with
Ray Conley will soon be on his I
acoustical tile to reduce the firing
way to Key West, Florida. His or- !
noise. The
ders have arrived, .o he'll be shoving recirculating
pump is located in a compartmentjust
off any day now. Ray is an
behind the sand bunker
ECG Tech. but recently has You'llbe been TEST FIRING MACHINE guns from the control room of the new A A R indoor firing range The reverberation! of machinegun

with the commissary crew. theHospital left to right, J. R. McCall, J. D. Clanton, ACOM W. S. Box, and E. F. Jones. The diagram in the lower fire, recently heard throughout
missed, Ray, by on
many and photo gives a cut-away view of the entire range. The once familiar staccato sounds of gunfire in the the daylight hours coming
compound, we hope A A R area have been eliminated by the installation of the new range. from the A & R outdoor
you find and make use of every range aa
opportunity in the future. By the I the department tried to maintainits
way, did you find a buyer for your NSLI Payable have been accepted.A I proof firing schedule while
record-player Well, if you decide Training SchoolInformation number of inquiries have been awaiting modernization of its indoor -

to take it with you, here's With Terminal made regarding the Motor bnachinist range, has now stopped The
hoping the boys take to that 's Mate's school, Class "A', new, indoor, water range is now

fancy collection of jazz you have. Leave Bonds at Great Lakes. The Education Office in full operation doing its part to
maintain the rdnance overhaul
Maybe they'll ge a kick out of that 1 I
1910 else give last week's will accept applications for I production schedule in the local
stuff or they'll I Since publication,
Armed forces leave bonds (terminal -
this school and will plant at a maximum efficiency and
you one. Anyway fellow, take it be only one school quota has been received try to obtaina
leave bonds) as-
easy and beet wishes for future may by the Education Office: quota for men qualified to attend minimum cost to the government.
signed to the Veterans Administration -
adventures I Jacksonville All MOMM third class and
AEM school, Class "A", at -
in payment of premiumson
existing NSLI and Government Class convening 3 March; strikers who are interested in at- I
weeks must tending a ten week course of In-
Dogs tired Well this is the Insurance, in connection with tho course. Applicants struction are to submit FilingContinued
be non-rated 12/20 vision is desired requests,
might to give them a rest. Take application for new insurance, or via official channels
Minimum test scores-ARI to the Education from 1inters
them out to the Grove' around the reinstatement of lapsed policies
Office 14
and MK (E) of 105.: I Allowanceof by February.
and let 'em what's for conversion and
1900 tonight see purposes resulting from this examination
must have at
ONE) Applicants J. "
cooking there. They}11 be mighty to repay in whole or in part any I Those who filed for the recent
surprised to see other dogs on the I policy loan made prior to 31 July least eighteen months obligated! Seattle Oscar, famed octopusof clerk-typist and clerk-stenog'
service from date of entry into the I
fire but the juicy kind that 1946, personnel were reminded last the waterfront acquarium, re- rapher examination, and who fail .
you spread mustard and slaw and I week by Lt. Comdr. F E. Saun- school, or they extend must their execute enlistments an fused his herring, collapsed in his ed to attain an eligible rating, may
stuff on. There'll)) be music and I ders, NAS Benefits and Insurance agreement to own eight arms and died after a I file for the coming examinationwith
girls and lots of socializing, too. officer. \ prior to The can-will publicity stunt wrestling match I a view towards obtaining a
didate ordered for this
All of this will be, as they say I It was pointed out that provi- be further assigned by the Chiefof with the onetime modest violetof I classified status in a poatiion for
In California, "weather permit sions for the use of the bonds, as Naval Personnel. prize fighting, Tony (111 which the examination is appropriate
well limitations thereon molder de bum") Galento. .
ting" as are Men interested in the above- .- .
-- ---
-- contained in Public Law 704 --- ----- -
r pass mentioned school should fill out a

Better get out your arrow-proof''ed by the 79th Congress on 9 "Special Request Other Than ....-. '. :' .. ...".. 'fnI'':""
DJ1. .t-\- .
; vest and practice up on your ducking August 1946. Leave." The application must have = :'. '., :: .tIY. ,J.w..'..... :\.
if you don't want to get hit- If the bond credit exceeds the the approval of the applicant's .. ,: i
Cupid will soon be on the loose amount needed for the purpose leading Chief and Division Officer. t"I'" 'r".r... ; : '.. ..:. ;

again and 'tis said he's deadlier specified by the insured, the ex- Then it must be submitted to the ,..':.
t than ever this year. Of course, if cess will be applied to advance Education Officer All applicants! y tof: ( >;. ... \ a

Ir. you don't mind being a target premiums on the policy unless the will receive notification within one 1 '.._;..J.a' '.'" '
and why should I you the Red insured directs that it be held to I, week as to whether or not they 3lxt

Cross Valentine Dance will be a his credit for return in cash on ........ dAk
good place to start The lovely I the maturity date of the bond or pears on the face of the bond.

Rainbow Hostesses will float out I on his death before maturity. i ((2)) V. A. Form 9-1625: must be .' !
in formals, and the Mainside Band To use these bonds for paymentof completely executed or a reproduction -
will play-and that's a combina- insurance, the following in. thereof In the absence of
f tion to make any heart miss a structions must be followed: I both, a letter of transmittal signed
few beats and be all the better (1)) Sign and date bond on reverse -! by the insured with specific instructions ,

t for it. The day, in case you're interested side in the space providedfor for the application of '
is Tuesday, February assignment! to the Administrator the proceeds of the bond can oe : c _

llth, and the time, 2000-2230, of Veterans' Affairs. Signature used 4a
must be exactly as the name ap- (3) The bond and form, fastened -
L r I with a paper clip, should be J JI
Ward A-8 enjoyed a good show life enjoyable by having hobbies forwarded to the Collections Divisions -
last week when students from the such as photography which he has Veterans Administration Y r

( :Norma School of Dancing paid sort of laid aside to take up fly Washington 25: D, C., unless the
them a visit. They displayed lots ing. I insured has been making remit-
s. of talent, ranging from tap to acrobatics 'tances direct to a Veterans Admin!
and we hope they'll be Many thanks to the Garden Club istration branch office In the latter -

out this way again !soon! for the beautiful flowers given for case, this too, should b e sent
the benefit of patients on this com- to the branch office. ,ip ,hOlO
A speedy tecovery to Dr. Crav- pound. We're sure sur:h a kindly (4) The bond must not be folded I 8KYRA1DBR, X.?,', few AD-I, tarries two ll-lncli and .12 fh e-
ey who is now a patient on C-5. deed brought cheer to many a fel: stapled, pinned, or otherwise lads rockets raring the ,eraft, says P Hgl..s, Us )iiIId.r a wallopI
When he's 'Well, Dr. Cravey finds low. mutilated. c.apam" ;.f a that of a ..t.t ........,


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February 1947 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three .,

By Hough I
.. ; ....d

!, i- -T iT\j.L r L.' ; ; T: REPORTER I ''f 1Tib') : .< I

rI Ln I ::4 Ai Uy WIN HOUGH. S2c i
w & ,, QUESTION: What feature of the j'y
JAX AIR NEWS do you like
.M1 J r I best? \

H L. WOOD, Sic, Greensboro, 1
N. C. .
I M IIY "I like the timely subjects per- I \
r taining to the Navy best. I don't i
I \
i :? I think there is enough about the I 1I
i fleet in the paper. After all, it is I
\ > a paper for salts" MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
I JOHN FORD, S2c, Brooklyn, N. YI .
,' E\ I "I like the write-ups on the basketball THURSDAY .
1 team and bowling league "HELDORADO", featuring Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Show:
i 1 would like to see a crossword at 2000 only,
puzzle with a sports angle. More FRIDAY
I and more jokes too!" I BASKETBALL GAME, Jax Fliers vs NAS Whiting Field. Startsat ]
\ i GENE KAZAN, Sic, Pittsburg. 2000.

I "Oh the general news coverage, I BASKETBALL GAME, Jax Fliers vs NATB Pensacola. Starta .
I but I, as well as a lot of others, at 2000. ,
4 think there is too much civilian SUNDAY

4 news." "TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY", starring Judy Garland. Show
I cc Ptc DICK BURR Cheyenne, Wyo. at 1130, 1730, and 2000. 'f_
1 1, 'Rii "The 'AIR NEWS' always has MONDAY .

Ihi i plenty of pictures along with tho "EASY COME, EASY GO", with Sonny Tufts. Show at 2000 only. "1'
z i-aruon me . i thought yuur faith ties familiar." -00.- I I highlights of the week. But I TUESDAY tern- WED."IESnA- V '
--- have a suggestion. Even though MAGIC SHOW, featuring Gene a.ndJ Followed by "THE ',I I
this is a Navy base, I would like SHOCKING MISS PILGRIM", starring Betty Gra.ble. Starts at 2000 ''''!jj
COMING TUESDAY I more about the Marines in the THURSDAY !
I Iy paper. In the Parr Island station "MR DISTRICT ATTORNEY', with Dennis O'Keefe Show at ';
I paper, they have a lot of news 2000 only. +a
about Navy hospital corpsmen although -

I only a few are stationed JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM ',
By "Hutch" Glover, N|.<'Dlc "I like the front page news, especially "JOHNNY O'CLOCK", starring Dick Powell. Show at 2000 only. ,
Lots o' new thing this wl't'k- when FUBAR makes the SATURDAY \
New brides Mary Hunt and headlines" "MR. DISTRICT ATTORNEY", with Dennis O'Keefe. Show at !
Kaye Jamieson remind us that MARGE LEWIS, SKC2c, Columbia 2000 only. -t
Folkston is still within the 80- I r S C. SUNDAY ,
mile limit I "Being a WAVE, I look first at "BLIND SPOT", featuring Chester Morris Show at 2000 oily
New left-handed ring Eloise Pet- the Whitecaps column. It generally MONDAY AND TUESDAY
ty, AMM2c, got from Peter Paul has all the dope about what's "TILL THE. CLOUDS ROLL BY", starring Judy Garland Show
Gushanas, CCS proves that in'I i' cookin" with girls here:' at 2000 only.
spite of the ground hog spring-, is a i I VITO LOCRICCHIO, S2c, Denver, WEDNESDAY
little early this year. Colo. "EASY COME, EASY GO", with Sonny Tufts. Show at 2000 only.

New SpV( > Doris Tucker from "I like the cartoons. and sports THURSDAY
Patuxent River, but we bet Jean page best." "THE SHOCKING MISS PILGRIM", starring Betty Grable Show:
Russet who left to take over the DICK LUNDIN, S2c, Jamestown, at 2000 only.
duties of a N. Y"Jokes'.
orderly I
Bart Wright mother has returned -I Jokes! Jokes! That's I OTHER EVENTS
to Detroit after visiting what I want I think there should'
Barb and Chaplain Albert. Gonna : be at least a column of them I; BINGO "AltTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
sign over? every week." I I ATI I LEI'1C GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
Like to mention here that at EDWIN 'ADKINS, S2c, Huntington Mustln Road, 1000.1130 and 1300-1830 daily and at Gear Room, topside
leAst our basketball team has hit W Va. I I Bldg, 726, 0800-1700 on work days
its stride with a nice streak of GENE; AND IO, magicians "I like the paper's forthright I MODEL AIKl'LAMS SIIOI.-ttear of Bldg 39, open 1200-2400 .
wins. At thin writing we are second I extraordinary, will make another editorial policy. When the editor dally and week-ends Meetings at 2000 Mondays ,h
in the city league It seems appearance at NAS Tuesday at has something on his chest he I nOWLING-Six alleys located in Malnside Recreation Building
that our supporting players 2000. These two world-fanied wants to get off-he calls a spadea No. 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700- i
dom get write-upe since the masters of trickery have performed spade and doesn't pull any I 2100 Saturdays and Sundays
wards make most of the ael'l here many times in the punches I find that the editorials i BOXING For Information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
Games could never be won, past and each time were warmly ate always written in a clever and Comdr A J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after ;
ever, without six players on received by station personnel. appealing maner," 1500. I
court and loyal noise-makers on Heralded as "one of the best A. DOPE Hollowhead, Ga. j I.\INSIUE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
the side-linen. purveyors of legerdermain this "I like the white spaces in the I the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
The girls are playing 'heads- side of Suez," Gene and Jo and paper because I can't make out. their guests from 1000 to 220Q daily, Available for wedding receptions
up" ball now that would give you their group of Mexican Chihuahua what the black figures mean. I :I by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radio-pho
plenty of satisfaction and thrills. dogs smallest breed of dogsin send the paper to the folks and nograph' available for use of all hands
So come on out and cheer them on exlstance, are known for their when I went home a while back, I! LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build
to the City Championship variety of style. I found they really appreciate the ing No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
The game we won over the leading After the show, the regularly- paper. The use it instead of |j from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
Lynns team last Thursdaywas scheduled! movie will be shown. Kleenex: By the way, when the SWUIIINOlnl3oor swimming pool, recreational swimming.
the best to date and was due. --- ---- paper comes out. will you come 1800-2100 daily, Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.
largely, to guards Fran Free. Mild- over to the psycho ward and readit Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
red Breland, and Ellen Messer. Admiral to me?" I GOIr-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily Saturday and Sunday
Ellen, while wearing her trademark -a eForesters. from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
smile, played a grand brandof Continued I from Page 1 trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
ball the full four quarters tied to propagate the Navy's' met- Spot ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Thanks, chief.yaturday | sage! in the Florida area Particularly cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason

the WAVES team outstanding! o\oever, is the Arsonists From Field.
played hostess to a team from I Iopportunity taken by !you' to make TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical TrainIng -
Rollins College, defeating them the air station and individual NARTU Aircraft I Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
sin the evening, 2419. This is the I I ships under seer' cognizance/ accessible :- Yorktown Roads).
third year Rollins has exchanged to the public I Two possible Duval County arsonists BASKETBALL Practice Monday through Friday starting
a Merles of games with us, were apprehended recently!'! at 1630.
The stimulating and varied'
pro- ,
'. Because of a little mix-up on I gram put forth 'in the Seventh Naval as a result of the Naval Air Tech- j i
the court last Thursday, Skip- Districts hat won new alvo- serve's close cooperation with the I participated. They intend to make
ptil Edge, our coach, Is in sick rates for the Nary, Please Florida Forest Service The alleged other patrols of Duval and the 12 Marines Hold Lead
bay with an aching head. Also e.rtenll : other counties of Harrell's district
spotted as
I I nty iincrra apjnecintion to all
on the binnacle list are Phyl Kos- hands connected with the accomplishment I they set tire to standing timber whenever the incidence of forest I In Enlisted Men'sBowling and Mickey Blankenshlp of this outstanding observance by Ben D Han ell, District Three I| fires warrants it and the Air Reserve -
Come on home, kids of Navy Day I forester, and A. A. Alexander: has a training flight scheduled League .
The station bus situation has With htartiyood wishes, Florida Forest Service special investigator ,
I .
caused a couple 'of girls front the I Sinct rt'ly, from a Naval Reserve i The NAS bowling league is in
hangar area to hitch hike rather FELIX JOHNSON, patrol plane on a routine flight. jl FEMALE VERSION full swing as it heads Into its

than walk four blocks or change Rear Admiral, U..4, Navy, Capt. F W. Priestman, Com Airman (explaining crash): I third week of competition and already
busses Having good luck too, I Director of Public Relations manding Officer of the Naval Air just happened to gel .into an air one of the teams has taken
hear. The same group caused a I'
----- --- Reserve pocket.
--- --- Training Unit had offered over first place.
drinking water shortage in Bldg Inform Mary Dunning she made forest agents the privilege I Sympathetic Old Lady: Oh,
722 when: their fudge turned out one with three legs Speaking of of riding as passengers on routine dear! And there was a hole in it The Marine Bowlers, though
salty. Was It a sugar shortage, or making things, what are those training flights whenever an emergency '' they were badly trounced by VM
could it be "little this week, still hold a firm
things" Rosie has been that I graspon
arose! called for aerial Some wives help their husbandschoose
Dies, anyone really know what working on. Art n.t you staying in, observation, and this flight was their clothe Others only first place, but there are many '
elephants look Wee? If Rosle? teams In the league which still
BO please j I the first in which the rangers had pick the pockets. overhaul them. may 'I
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STALEMATE In another contest this week ,
Dr Harold Jones, 81 Magic -o ;h'l A&R, a team which (a fast climb
ing the ladder, topped the Photo
tf Lab while Communications, led by
CL their captain' Don Adcock, sound
{ Y rt ,, a:> y.itosltT. ly thrashed IATU.

From the teams now in com- -
3 petition, Harry Mann of PT will
pick out the best bowlers and .
H' form a station team which will 1
bowl in an in-town league He
SN0 can be reached: at Building 726 or
I ext. 093 1,


Pat: "Look at that sign!" I
Gene: "What does It say?" t
+ i Pat: "It say 'Ladle ready to \\j:
...a wear clothes." "
Gene: "Well, It's about time!'* t J

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1 Poetic License ITS A TOUCH LIFE By Sleeves ,
J11 K $ ---
f\I RtL9 '. 'M ,' '. ,. ,
: BOYS IN NAVY BLUE :'r.,:; :;'" ::

Editorial Office Say, girl, I saw you sneer just now.. '"" """ ''''' ..

Don't 1 look good to your .
South Wing Lower DecH\ Bldg. 930 '
I'm not one of your class, you. say, /
Telephone Extension 8181 1 wear the Navy' Blue. 1'r n I 0oii"J

Arthur M. Greene Editor .w i au""-

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the You think I'm not fine enough, .

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida at no For girls the like of you' a \ :*
Men who would not hold hand .
expense to the government and in compliance with your j ifza
SecNav Circular Letter 4 -526, 28 May 1945. Copiesare Have worn the Nat'Y Blue. .
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air a,1'a 4,
Station the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Yes, bar us from your theatres, folks*
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train- And from your ballrooms, too. .
Command of the Seventh.Naval Where there's room for everyone
ing Headquarters ,'. .
District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, Except the Nary Blue. ; ,I.
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval Hf ',.
Hospital. We're only common sailor boys, I

Rear Admiral Ralph> Davlson, 'Till war's broth starts to brew, J
Commandant, Seventh Naval District Then, dear friends, you are the first
Ihiet of NaTal Air Advanced Training To cheer the Navy Blue

Captain Anthony ft. Brady t'SN, Commanding ,,,-; c -.:;::-_

Jacksonville Naval Air Station How many folks in civilian life f '
Will take the time to think, .: _
Captain Howard V. Hopkins, USN Center Commanding That sailors do other things '1 i ,
Naval Air Technical raining '
Besides just curse and drink fWhen"we t t .

Captain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, CommandingU. ,y,' {\, 4 ra
{ :
S. Naval Hospital
are dead, when we are gone,

Captain F. W. Friestman. USNR, Commanding When life's last cruise is through Cf
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit We'll not be barred from Heaven's gates .... 1oJ '" T

It. Col. T. C.0 Moore-Jr., USMC. Commanding For wearing the Navy Blue.' ./ ?'....y. ( 0
: I I
Marine Barracka .,;
So, when you meet a sailor boy ', ( d'
Comdr. Julet F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding I'd smile if I were you. : .
Naval Air Gunnery RangeCaptain
No better men are made, by God .,. II' ,,-NS'tvtr
Than boys in the Blue. ----
W. O. Burch Jr., USN Commanding Navy
Natal Auxiliary; Air Station, Cecil Field A Scrabble In Navy nine.rr 1 "Open the door, Richard!"

Copt. Alexander M. Hearn, USMC -' -
Marine Aviation Detachment

The JAX AIR NEWS receives Shin's Editorial Association ma. Commercial t.LlC W :!
terlal. Republication of credited matter prohibited without
permission of SEA. Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any J '
other matter, except by service publications, Is prohibited Bulletin
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.

-- Bulletins Hill be accepted tint 1 .m

News anclVieius f rotnStatl I space has been filled, but no later

Postwar AdjustmentThe than 1000 Tuesday Ext. 8230. 1'

following message on postwar adjustmentfrom
., Ov* I
the Secretary of the Navy will be of especial 1940 13J2A Packard Randolph! new NAS.Good condition. i

Interest to all officers of the Navy and Marine WHEN A MAN BECOMES A MAN 1941 paint Oldsmobile job. Camera, complete built exposure New SCIENTISTS AGAINST TIMEis

Corps: At sometime in life male being is meter and range fimler. Dr. Troutman, the official story of what scientists -
every ext IllS or phone 2-HS3. organized in the Office of
"The end of the war brought to our country, as I
expected to become a man. Some arrive at 1131 Oldsmobile convertible coupe. Two Scientific Research and De'dopment -
it did to the entire world great dislocations both new tires Excellent condition Contact
this maturity early in life, while others still Mr. Gavron, phone Mm, after 1700. did to help win the war and
economic and spiritual. The Navy shares the uncertainties continue to be a child. One thing is certain- 1940 Chevrolet special deluxe Radio, but to transform all warfare. In this

which face all of us in the United States. when er, new tires, new paint job seat covert book, Dr. Baxter president of
that a man becomes a man, he must and engine overhauled. Excellent condi
All nations are striving to find an orderly course childish "When I tion. 1.. A. Wood. ext. 237 or 1147A Williams College and a professional -
put things.
away was a Allegheny Rd., NAS. historian, has written the inside
to stability out of the confusion of war. This after- child, I spake as a child, I understood as a 1940 Fontiac, four-door sedan W. Black- story of the major scientific eventsof

math of war is not new. Conditions very similar to child, I thought as a child: but when I became mer, phone 1-5008. the war. lIe covers an awesome
1934 Chevrolet four-door
these existed after the last war. Modern war mus- man, I put away childish things." (I toed condition.master New paint job tires sedan and array of subjects, ranging from the

ters for active service, in one way or another, all Cor. 13:11): ). tubes. Phone 1-3445. A. R. Carlton.Utility I physics of radar to the chemistryof
: trailer, two "h"I, $75. Chief Robertson blood substitutes. This is one of
people as well as all resources; and never before The is be 411.ntboard ..
Navy to made up of men It is ext. the more important documents

have the regular armed establishments been expanded not a children's organization, nor is it given ) motor, II horsepower alternate which have been written about the

by inclusion in their ranks of so many citizens over to childish practices. It is expected that boat.firing Excellent Johnson condition.sea-horse 1300.and It-Phone foot war and also one of the most interesting -

separated from their normal pursuits. S-1544, LU Kuencer. whether or not you havea
the persons who enlist in the Navy will act technical
Five-room furnished home. 4728 PinewoodRd. background.
"Since the cessation of hostilities the armed like men, live like men, speak like men, and ., Lakeshore Phone 2.3172. Mils J. Vilhjalmur Stefansson, one of

forces of our country have borne the impact of a do a man-sized job The "KID STUFF" of the Naze. the greatest of living explorers,
personnel demobilization of unprecedented magni- Kitchenette let, table with four chairs.practically has made an interesting compilation -
early teen age or high school days must bea new. See at 4014 Dewey
tude and speed. This operation, while answeringthe thing of the past. Park Annex. GREAT ADVENTURES k
Bedroom, living room, and kitchen set. EXPLORATIONS. The stories are
will of the people, had the effect of complicating Good condition. E. G. Fiyton, 143IA
Today our personnel is made up largelyof told in the words of the discoverers!!!
Child. St.. NAS.
the return of the armed establishment to an young men between the ages of seventeenand 942 Studebaker, four-door sedan, A-1 con- themselves, their companions, or
organization well adapted and equipped for its mis- It that dition. Now tires, radio, heater. Price their contemporaries. They cover
twenty. of them
appears many IJOO. Contdr. Pflura, ext. 747.
from the earliest
sion in peace. This has been a trying period which have mistaken ideas as to what is expectedof 941 Mercury club coupe, excellent condl- times explorations to the present. .
tion. Recently renovated,
has demanded constant and reofl- radio and
study frequent a man; how he should act to show that he heater, good rubber. See at 478 Myrtle- A recent Crime Club selection

entation of planning. We have been faced with difficult has become a man. And frequently they are call wood J.Rd.E.,Neighbor off Lakeshore I-1W Boulevard after or THE ORIGINAL CARCASE, by

legislative and budgetary problems and by uncertainties like small boys whistling in the dark in or- Two-bedroom furnished house, air l1ot.cooled. George Bagby is one of the live
growing out of the unpredictable effectof Two blocks from theater and shopping liest and most ingenious of the
der to brave.
developments in the direction of new weapons appear district, one block from bus line. Attractive Inspector Schmidt stories of

and new technique of warfare It is a time when The profane and obscene words uttered lot. location See at in 47tiJ Riverdalo Myrtlewood Gardens ltd.Large, off Bagby's quixotic impulses come to

many unanswerable questions inevitably arise in the from the mouths of so many of our men is Lakeshore Blvd Phone J. E. Neighbor the front as he doggedly follows
minds of every person in the Navy. 2.1066.Fireroom. Schmitty through a night-long
nothing but KID STUFF an attempt to brick
appear well furnished or and
series of interviews and
"In spite of the uncertainties of the future I and The unfurnished. Immediate possession. Excellent trips
have been reassured by the diligence and devotionof tough, grown-up, salty. con- condition. Convenient to bus, come up with the answers as to
our officers, the silent expression of the sense ception that a man must drink and go reel- schools, churches, shopping centers. Lifetime when a gangster is not a criminal,

of service which is the tradition of the Navy. It is ing along the sidewalk raising merry "h-" ample roof closet, large space room.tile, hardwood floor bath floors One- and what can scare a rabbit into

my purpose to express to you, the officers of the when he has only smelled the cork, is alsoKID'S therm circulating oil heater and fire hysterics" after drinking a glass of

Navy, my appreciation of that steadfastness. I wish STUFF, and only acting the part of a place.Hotpoint Efficient electrical!kitchen e each officer to know that whatever the
seeming con- and splash, inlaid linoleum. Garage.
fusion and whatever the apparent deviations from fool. The foolish arguments, name-calling, Large lot. Mr. Wahlgren, 3887 Park AWARD PRIZE STORES OF 1946

long-recognized standards I have no doubt as to the and rowdy fights are for the most part child- : St. I covers the period following the

ability of the Navy to weather successfully the tur- ish and very definitely unbecoming of a Kitchen-dinette 8401 studio couch set,, 113$20];All bedroom Item. in suite good cease-fire order of World War IL ..\-
bulence of postwar readjustment."We man in the Navy or out of the Navy. condition. See L. W. Salvail, "Mnlt, It therefore reflects the change
Hangar 117, or 3303U Gibbs Ave., Dewey I mood of that time and includes
have ready for the 80th Congress a bill Let us put away this childish foolishness, Park. stories by writers who had been
containing some new principles which, applied to Living room suite, bedroom suite
this KID'S STUFF and "quit ourselves like kitchen too busy fighting for the past four
promotion, will clarify and particularize the naval $ISO( play pen with

officer's career. The new features ell, we think, men." A man becomes a man when he uses tailor-mad wooden floor whites and ,pad jumper, llOj, site six suits 37 and of years to write.-* C

progressive-enlarge the opportunities for advance- clean language, controls his tongue, tem- J3, trouser size 30 waist, 31 length. See McCall, Idaho (SEA) Editor
ment of enlisted men and insure a long and useful Orr, nf. 8272, or see at 1412. Childs
per, and appetite, and under all circum- St., NA9. M. O. Brown increased the page
career to every worthy officer. I envisage ourNavy's stances maintains calmness and dignity. Five rooms of furniture, include dishes size of his weekly Payette Lakes
continuing as a closely integrated team of its and kitchenwarei 1931 Hudson See Star to accommodate customerswho
component parts. We remember the submarines, Chaplain E. W Andrews, Harris, 1J43IJ Hancock St., NAS. complained the paper was too
House trailer, 18 fool. New paint job and
whose lonely offensive in the early, dark daysof
-*- tires Yukon Park, lot 3, Mr. Mulvaney. small to wrap a bottle of whisky
the Pacific war bought time for us to build and Sewing machine, Sinter portable, $75. See in. 1
train the great carrier task forces and amphibious Mr. Brown, 1273 Cumberland: Rd. 1'4
groups which finally took our men to Japanese soil. WORLD'S LARGEST INSURORS Furniture Include kitchen, living room hours 0800 to 1130. JisaniU Simmt. ....
We must be aware of the contributions of victory of St.and, bedroom NAS. :See Fries 13400 Randolph( 8208. or phone 2-7'57.
(SEA-The) Veterans Administration
our battleships, cruisers, destroyers, of all types of 100 popular. records with vocals by. Crosby.. .
/surface craft, shore-based aircraft, and auxiliaries. conducts the biggest mutual insurance sys- :Sinatra and the Ink Spots Many recent wallet with I. D, card and ether

They were elements of our task force organizationswhich tem in the world. Within the last six years, song information.hits. $15. Phone '-II U for further G.papery Cow and Reward., V. M.Finder Unit,return out Ifl to,LI. C.

rounded out and provided balance to the Navy it has written more than 18,000,000 Nation Davenport. good condition. Phone 2-1291
team, a team whose striking units could not have Wedding band 23 diamonds Phone 2-9335.
Service Life Insurance policies having a to- S. J. Fletcher. emmr.emm
with brilliance and without close
performed success tal value of nearly 150 billion dollars. Al- Used navy uniforms:: Officer's bridge coat) I
integration and the unity of purpose and effort blues and whites, size :3J chiefs whites,
which flows from the concept of interdependence of most one-third. of this amount is still in size 38; pea coat, size 38. Mrs. Clark At the
Chapels, Blrmlmham
all elements of the naval structure. Should the need force. Mathenron, phone 22717. Boa and Muitin beau

arise, this partnership of types will carry us forward -*- roil RENT Protestant 4)
again. Front room, next to bath. For routle. 0730-IIolj Communion Chaplain

"It is intended that the highest posts in the Navybe VETS ADEPT AT WATCHMAKINGSEAWatchmaking \ One W. room Bailey for 2845 couple College, no:bi.: rooking. One 0930-W.NATTC R. Stevenson Service-Chaplain W. II.Stevenion. .

filled by officers of the highest attainments regardless block from Roosevelt Blvd Phone 2 .
of specialty. Be assured, whatever may be ( ) and repairing is 7850, Mrs. Buxton. 0930-Sunday School, Small Chap l.

, your field of endeavor, that your future as an officer an intricate craft, difficult for even the most One P>In one private 7-.028.home Mr,with. Wilkinson some priv, or. 1045-Chaplain Divine Service W. K.*Stevenion.-Chaplain F. L.

rests, as it always has in your own hands. The out- steady and skilled Yet 19 disabled World ice at 2511 Bellwood Ave. Albert.
standing officer will continue to be he who attacks WANTEDTwobedrKm Calholie
with all his energy and enthusiasm the tasks to War II veterans were recently graduatedfrom 0700-Man.
and who in stature and the Joseph Bulova School of Watch. nfurnished apartment ..1'hou.e. 0900-Mail.
which he is assigned grows Desperately needed ly two adults 1100-Man.Aa .
understanding with his years and with his experi- making in New York and are now holding and one Child 124211 Hancock 8t. or Outdoor Nursery for small children
ence. Responsibility comes to him who seeks responsibility phone 2-SOI1. Mrs W H. Sandefer li maintained between 0900
watch in
jobs as repairmen jewelry and 1200.
Ride heM 39th and Pearl Ie NAS. Phone
} it is this officer regardless of his field Enrolled in the school are 107 additional 3-1939W, Radxean.Rid JiwUh Rlllona Service! and
of effort, who will be called to high command." from Edgew. SecNav James Forrestal. veterans. wood and Roexvel. .. NAB. Working 1800-Friday: In the Small! Chapet.Page .

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,. 6 February 1947 CIVILIAN. JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five
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;. .. :' I PILOT PROGRESS r--- Injuries To 86

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Civilians At NAS

r (ft.-
-=- -
ADk. Cost Navy $5737
Dhlsion ....,., a.. i,
Engineering' -by I'red
y' dyne-This week we have a few n 1 A total of 810 work days were

subjects to work on. Number one He transferred to Engine Overhaul I lost to the Navy with a resultantcost

on our list this week is the fact Who is going to for us of $5,737 during the year
I sing
that Engineering is going to have now? 1946 through 86 accidents to civil.

another party, "The Engineer's ian personnel at NAS which might
Pirate Ball," on the eve of 28 We welcome A. W Gulimette to have been avoided were proper

::1.' ,'r' '. February. Watch this column and shop 477. Hope Ralph doesn'twork safety precautions taken, it was

t; the bulletin boards for further de you too hard, William.R. disclosed last week in a series of

:i; velopments.We M. Bethea spent two weeks 11r safety memorandums issued by

. ..' have a new draftsman In down on his farm planting potatoes Safety Engineer Robert F. Taylor -
:: .. It is located twelve miles ,
Harold West.
our section, He is one
... north of Gainesville. He got a nice It was pointed out that the majority
of the few who have been able to
suntan while there. of accidents due to the
take advantage of the apprenticeship : I IR
; offered by the G. I. Bill of Jack Price has a badly skin- it carelessness of employees in per-

\. Rights on drafting. After spend ned leg, which he claims resulted forming their duties around, the .
from stumbling over a clothesline. station. If the personnel involvedhad
ing eight months in the shop learn-
We thought clotheslines were stopped to think, or would
ing the technique, he is ready to up
high, didn't you? have been wearing the proper
get down to the art of the drafting -
board. Good luck, Harold. Tommy Rosakranse is now clothing and equipment necessaryfor
w. their type of work, many of
Lois Kirkland is back with us studying art under the famous water Ers these accidents would not have

again to take up where she left off color artist, Harold Hilton, >s to the
happened, according Safety
who came over from England I
in "Pushing the Pencil. ?
Officer. It is not only the cost to
"No news is good news," says about thirty years ago. Tommyis the Navy that is to be considered,
taking advantage of the G. I,
Tech Files. The only thing we but the inconvenience and suffer-
Bill of Rights to this train-
.) can figure out is that what theydo get ing to the employee or his family.
ing. Robert Leslie is also studyingart
outside of working hours Is Of the injuries mentioned, the
under Mr. Hilton.
not printable. What say, folks? L1 memoranda stated that there were
Mr. Goethe had four sons in the
We also don't want to leave out I service during the war. His fifth 29 eye injuries with a loss of 110

the fact that Ex-Ensign Welsch' son was seventeen in Decemberand .___n"_ work days and a cost of $665 to
"sweat out" all last week for his the Navy. Because some employeeswere
left Monday to enter the Army I AN UNI'SI AL CIVILIAN occupation here at NAS is that of
new arrival, an 8-lb., 7 oz. boy. It might be interesting to know not\ wearing safety toe shoes,
May all your troubles be little Ed Nunez, Schedules Officer. of the Aviation Training Department there were 28 foot injuries with a
that while in In-
we were basking
ones, Walt, but next time don't dian Assigned to ATU-4, Nunez maintains the class flight progress loss of 271 work days at a cost of
summer weather here the
bring those smelly "home-made" board which gives an over-all picture of a student pilot's advance- 1794. Not thinking was the

cigars for the fellows to smoke. temperature in 7th Nuremburg, Ger- ment in the training program which includes both flight and ground cause of 13 injuries by vehicles on

Let's have something more stimulating. many January was 20 degrees school instruction. In the photo above, Nunez works with Lt. Comdr.R. the station, at a loss of 292 work
below to Mr. Dillman'sson
according H. Mills in keeping the progress board up to date. days with a cost of $1,971 to the
who is stationed there at
Navy. Failure to check ladders be-
You should have seen Tom Mc- ent.
fore and also the of lad.
use use
Laughlin last week trying to savea Our sympathy to Alice Lynch INSIDE ders by unauthorized persons was
few pennies by setting up his who has been out three weeks hav- the cause of 16 injuries to civilian

own bowling pins. Just like one" ing dental work done. Wonder PUBLIC WORKSBy employees at a loss of 167 work
of these Louisiana "furriners.
when she will be back ? days costing $1,307.
Out of the "Mad House" this '
Every day at lunch time thereis +
week Tracy is putting up a front a cribbage session in Shop 517 McKinley and Mr. Cowan ..
without an Ozalid machine. Thinkhe
with Matt Stephanz and Joe Clegg have gone into the landscaping InspectingThe
is depending on Public Works
participating. Joe is accused of business! Not by any choice of
a little, don't you? their however. Mrs. I ii
stacking the cards, but maybe own,
Engineering is all set for the finals Matt is Just unlucky.Are her husband to do some workin By CLARA E. SPEER

in bowling winding up the the about the yard one Saturday. When While we were all saddened by
our boy,
season in first place. Tom has an Wood, true? We hear that he uses Mrs. Cowan heard about this, she I the tragic death of Grace Moore, InspectorsBy

average of 124, Nick 154, Clarence his red college in hitchhiking immediately put Tom to work. there is one person in the Accounting HELEN BURNETTER.
143, Buzz 164, Howard 129, and cap That's how it all started. And it's Department who had

myself, the tail end with a 121. to work. just been one vicious cycle ever I good reason to take it much harder. W. Mize, AMMlc, formerlyan

Anyway, just watch us in the finals We wonder why Mr. King of since-each trying to outdo the She is Lillian Weathers. We inspector in the Instrument

: we'll bring home the trophy! Shop 517 forgot the time cards I other. Why, you should see the have all heard that Grace Moore Shop, put aside his "Blues" last

Jack Silver is obliging us this the other day? I way those two rush ( ?) home in began her singing career in a week, checked out of the depart

week with some "action" shots of Chief Thomas Cochrane will be the afternoon to their flowers! church choir in Jellico, Tennessee. ment, and left for his home in

the team bowling. Thanks, Jack leaving us next Monday for further I And while we're on the subject, What we did not know was that Chicago, Illinois. He's a civilian

Engine O\erhaut-by Carl W.Plajer assignment at San Diego. He has I wonder what would happen if Mrs. Lillian Weathers sang in that same now- and we wish him every suc

-All the moral support this been with us for two years as McKinley knew what really hap- choir with Grace Moore, in a Bap- cess in his future undertakings.A .

column gave to the ol' E O. team Leading Chief and was well liked pened to her flowers which were tist Church. They went to school sudden change of orders sent

13 seems to have been wasted ac- by everyone. His,wife and three planted under the fuel oil tank. together and were good friends Chief G. M. Milhcan back to us.

cording to recent reports from the boys will go along with him, as Think she's laboring under the illusion and neighbors. In fact, they lived After checking out of the depart-

bowling front. With the chips their home is in San Diego, I that the cold spell kill- next door to each other and visit- ment to leave for Norfolk, Vir-

down, 01' 13 just rolled itself Personnel and Administration I ed them. Maybe it's best this way. ed back and forth all the time. ginia, his orders were changed and'

right out of any chance to enter by Dot Dickson-Anyone interested : It would undoubtedly make her Lillian can really say, "I knew now he's back with us as principal

the League playoffs when they had in selling insurance should con : very unhappy to know what a I Grace Moore when !" inspector of the Radio-Radar

that bad night, January 24th. But tact Mr. Triplett. Seems as thoughwe tragic death they met all becauseof She recalls that as Grace would Group. We are glad to have you

the boys were in there fighting had some men working in the Mr. McKinley's carelessness! walk down the streets of Jellico back, Chief.

all the way, so don't feel too badly attic over Lt. Triplett's office Mr. Lasek (Contract) has been I she would invariably untie horses Chief H. J. Borcz proudly reports

fellows. Maybe next year. which caused the plaster to come a-courtin' again; Mr. Vaughn says and mules from their hitching the birth of a 7 pound, 15

By the way, girls, have you met tumbling down. Too bad it wasn't this happens about every three posts and turn them loose, or if the ounce baby boy on 28 January

Chief "Snake" Suner yet? He's a "pennies from heaven." months. Mr. Lasek, you must havea notion struck her, she would hopon Congratulations to you and the

lady's man from the word go! It Lt (jg) Sweat took a few days very broadminded wife. I and ride them. She possessedsuch Mrs., chief. May all your troublesbe

has been reported that "Snake"has leave this week to be with her We hope that by the time this a magnetic personality that "little ones."

had more girl friends than sister who is visiting from Texas. goes to press, Mr. Brogdon (also she could always manage to have Chief A. E. Homewood was more

Tommy Manville had wives. Mrs. ilutchlnson has a new order of Contract who has been out her own way and extricate herself than a little bit worried duringthe

The E. 0 All-Star volleyball out which is a dilly. Come in and sick for several weeks, will be able from difficulty. recent cold spell. He reports

team would like to schedule inter- ask to read it. The number is 23 to come back to work. Grace was effervescent, and always that his garden is recuperatingfrom

division volleyball games with any (Skidoo). Has anybody ever seen "Dub" bubbling over with good the "freeze' and that he'll

- and all interested parties. Games Mr. Cribbs is back now and feel- without his pipe? Wonder if he i humor and high spirits. As she be eating good fresh vegetables.

may be played during lunch per- ing pretty chipper. really likes it or if somebody told would go down the street, she pretty soon.

iods on the E. O. court or at nighton him it gave him that distinguishedlook gaily greeted everybody by name, JUST FOR FUN: Lt. (jg Mc-
any of the numerous public Marie Crouch of Vocational and she never forgot a name. After Alister and Mrs. Eleanor Adams

courts. All interested parties will Training is sporting a new dia- Mr. Strom and Whittington Lillian's family moved to Florida, (clerk in Interim Inspection Of-
mond. Wonder when the date is?
please contact this reporter. can't seem to grasp the fact thatthey're Grace's mother and father visited fice) ride to and from work with
Chief Wood is now back on dutyat them in West Palm Beach several
John Finenco On the
have Jr way to
J. V. Slade, recently returnedto the desk. grown up now. They
Security Welcome desks winters. Lillian says Grace was intrinsically work the other morning Lt. (jg)
all the
E. O. after a tour of duty in back toots! been marking up ,
the Navy, is the slickest story teller cabinets, et cetera for several days a very fine person, and McAlister casually mentioned that
The office really looks swell that in her untimely death the he had to Mast that
well to to go morn-
to hit these parts in many a now. Oh, who are we keep
day. Any time you're feeling low, i after the recent paint job. them from having their fun ? world suffered a loss not only of Ing. "Oh, said Eleanor, "I didn't
Marjorie Owen has transferredfrom an outstanding opera star and actress know you were Catholic."
just look him up and get him to Well, what d'ya think about
Management to Record Sec- but of a wholesome warm- The same employees were com-
tell a few of those tales about
you this? One of the girls in Trans-
hearted woman, much loved by all ing to work last Thursday morn-
the Bill Coleman
incomparable tion.Miss did for
Burdick is back with portation some typing an who knew her both and old.
whom Slade has known us in young ing when John noticed two bushes
intimately the other and he
Personnel. Have you noticed that employee day The ones who attended the lecture growing on the lawn near the A&R
ages. hairdo she has? brought her a gardenia. Hm-m-m! and demonstration Miss I
Have you ever stopped to think pretty new by Building. Just as he was aboutto
what would happen if those Three Spurlock looks fine after her va- A turtle was found in the garage Stella Pajunas were much impressed ask what they were two sailors

Musketeers of the Engine Plan- cation. one day last week. Didn't not only at her skill, ease, and I crossed the lawn near the bushes

' ning Section, Mildred Smith, Flora ---S.. hear whether he was in for a new dexterity in manipulating the keysof Said John, "Are those Lugus-

Moore, and Margaret F. Ward, paint Job, overhaul, or just a rou- the IBM typewriter, but at her trums" "Who?" says Eleanor, "the

should be separated? All three CUT IN ANNUAL LEAVE tine 1,000 mile check. Anyway, youth and calm, unaffected man- sailors?"

would probably wear black to work Tom Andreu put him in his car ner. In fact, a certain young man We are happy to have John
''. for months to BROUGHT FORWARD IS and took it home. That night the was heard to remark, "She would Camesl, S2c, as our newest addition
It.. ,
'. car was stolen. It was hard to tell make some man a good wife." The in the Main Office. John is
:;: Have you ,heard the story yet SOUGHT FOR 1 JAN. 48
which he hated to lose more-the
the fellows who de- : feat that particularly "wowed" us assisting "Bill" Kirk with his mes
'car or the turtle! was her writing 158:> words a min- senger duties.
cided it would be oodles of fun to Heads of Departments were directed -
weld a quarter on the head of a last week to insure that Alice Gibson is the new girl inDesign's ute with the keys covered with a C. G. McCord, inspector in the

.d'" large tack, drive the tack in one civilian employees under their supervision Reproduction Unit. Wel- handkerchief, and at the same time Magneto Shop, reports that "all is

;-a: of the wooden blocks which form take all annual leavein come Alice. We hope you'll find carrying on a running conversationwith well" in and around his shop and
your new surroundings very pleas- Mr. Bennett. that the magnetos are firing o. k.
;" the E. O. aisles and then watch the excess of 60 days as soon as
ant. Last Friday morning excitement C. G. has a broad smile on his face
fun from the sidelines? Well, it possible so that annual leave I
seems that several innocent passersby brought forward on 1 January Maintenance welcomes two new .' was rife in Stock Control Division these days, and no wonder, it',

fell for the gag and tried 1948 will not exceed 60 days for employees this week. They are when the news broke that Edna '' only a few more months until he

unsuccessfully to pluck the coin any single employee.The Donald: Traer from Orlando who is Marr.had married the day before, can make serious plans for retire-

from the deck, much to the plot- Commanding Officer pointed on the trouble desk, and Mrs. Mimi and was not returning to work. It ment. Lucky man!

\: ters' well concealed delight. But out that 'there are a consid- Bailey who works in the Time Of- was sudden and unexpectedthus
an electricianwho of fice. Mrs. Bailey was born in Os- the excitement. However, it was Folkston, Georgia, January 23rd
presently along came erable number employees at ,
Mr. Minton is veteran and has
nonchalantly removed a pairof NAS who, on 1 January 1947, had lo, Norway, but came with her learned that Edna had had her a a
wire snippers from his belt, accumulated more than: 60 days family to this country when she plans for some time but just business in New Smyrna, Florida,

pulled the coin up and snipped the annual leave. He stated that be- was still very small. She was edu- hadn't been "talking" about them. where he and Edna will make their

tack off and went merrily on his cause of anticipated budgeting restrictions cated in Washington State, mar- She married Lewis Minton in future home. Edna has been in
..... way. it becomes imperativethat ried in Oregon, and lived in Cali- Supply about four and a half year
fornia and Texas before coming to Design one afternoon last week ? and will be missed very much.
i. this accumulated annual leave
$j Metals Machine, structures-by
., o did Mr. Dahlhouse i The of another
Mr. news
} eventof Florida fourteen years ago. McCully, marriagehas
,.;, Bobby & Ethel l'layer-Congrat- be reduced so that in the
ulations to the A&R Basketball separation of these employeesthe I Mr. Corse, our Space Control prove to you that it is impossiblefor leaked out, one which occur

team on their first victory. charge against station allotments I man, has moved his headquartersfrom a man to be electrocuted by red In September. Dorothy Rcche

Who in the Metals Division hasa for the payment of such I Maintenance to Design some little electrical device? Mr (Procurement) became Mrs. E. P.

We are sorry! to lose Julian Gray, sible. I "heated" discussion taking place in I I amusing, formed in St. Augustine

'a V At

Page Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 6 February 1947




Conunnn.l Kobort P. Beh. ., USN 8,162 Sailors And Marines Have Completed Us Course O'
ExMrlltr{ .

Lt. Command.r-J--W-\vllll"mll: : { USN'PuhllG On Friday, 7 February Naval School, Aviation Electrician's Mate (Class A)' celebrates

Information{ Officer its third anniversary at Naval Air Technical Training Center and passes a milestone .
Adritr, { to Jut Air Nw of achievement of which all be four
concerned can proud. Unknown years ago, the

Editorial Otfl t. for NVTTC Smtlon, Roomt Uf and 188 "AEM A School" now holds the position as one of the vital cogs in Naval Aviation,

AJmtoliUittlon Bui kit nil 50( -A. Tel. lext 20X. Using the slogan "Trained for Victory", 6392 sailors and 501 marines graduated from

Editor the AEM: School between 7 February 1914 and V-J Day. Since 14 August 1915, 1339 more

Arthur T. Kotitmtnikoll, Sla men have graduated and become ___, _u __ _____ ,_-_-_
N>....wriu.r integrated Into the post-war Navy. t >
Robert J. Wehllntf, Sla The need for Aviation Electrician -. .- ... \

All Photographs arp off .'i,,tl ir S Navy Photoicmpht mat, bjr MAS in the Navy had become evident
Photo Lib end Av. Find Hi.h.-ol Photo Lab unless othprwiv rr organization was required. An example .
of the foresightedness of ales .
,... the Bureau
-- -- of Aeronautics and the
-,...... ,,,--, "
Naval Air Technical Training

Command was the instigation, in
the early part of 1913. of an en-

tirely new aviation rating, that

,JJ 'sir of Aviation Electrician's Mate I.
After the establishment of the
new AEM rate the AEM A School Nfa

was organized at Naval Air Tech- ,
wHRT TO DO! WHERE TO GO I nical Training Center, 87th and

Anthony Streets, Chicago, Illinois.

The new AEM School was faced
MOVIE SCHEDULE with Its share of .difficulties dur-

NATTC ing the urgent year of 1913. Up-to-I
date aircraft accessories textbooks
Tl I UltHlAY-LADIES' MAN with Eddie Bracken and Virginia I
and equipment for trainingwere
Fields.riHDAY either unavilable or the
starring Humphrey Bogart quantity insufficient Instructional 4
Lizabeth Scott. Show at HIS:' only. Basketball game 2030. NATTC vs. '
procedures and methods particu ,. "
NATB Pensacola..SATI'KDAY '
larly suitable for effective AEM
: -DEAD RECKONING, with Humphrey Bogart and
training were started from scratch
Lizabeth Scott. Shows at 1100 and 1745. Basketball game 2030. NATTC since traditional teaching methods I IO'J--l''S HAVE PLAYED an important part in the courses
vs. Whiting Field i i offered by Naval Schools. .Above is depicted a scene from the
were not adaptable. Ingenious instructional
MM>AV STANLEY AND LIVINGSTON starring Spencer aids hundreds of AEM School of NATTC where students study a facsimile of actual
and conditions occurring in live aircraft. The method helps
Tracy Nancy Kelly. them in the forms of drawings, I mock-up
MONDAY AMI TVESIJAY. -JOHNNY O'CLOCK, with Dick Pow- mock-ups cut-aways, working students to remember more vividly the physical make-up of the

ell and Evelyn Keyea.WCDNESIAYMR.. models special shop equipment electrical system of an airplane
: :: DISTRICT ATTORNEY, featuring Dennis '
designed to measure the student'sprogress
O'Keefe and Marguerite Chapman.TIIUKsiiAY .
and ability were conceived -
-BLIND SPOT with Chester Morris and Constance
and constructed as the school I'
Dowling. expanded. These devices, by stimulating

student interest, increased, .
Yellow Water their understanding and eased! the

: DANCE, featuring the NATT-Cats. the war effort during the period I --.- --. ------ -- --
i.TnmACALU'ORNIA.: starring Ray Mllland and Barbara when time was a prime factor STUDENT NEWS BOLDFACE I The number two honor man isFrankin

Stanwyck. by taking men from the farms California was well represented B a ...
M'NDAY-LADIES' MAN, with Eddie Bracken and Virginia and factories and preparing them week for ker. Franklin
for in the "front two 'men halls from San ,
Field duty lines" in the ,
MO.N!>.\\' AM TUESDAY DEAD RECKONING, featuring shortest possible time. n made the Pedro. Beloware
Humphrey Bogart and Lizabeth Scott. The demand for trained AEMs grades his statements t "'

\\KI I'iU.ST:: AND LIVINGSTON, starring spencer Wag so large tha it appeared Impossible : Class AF20 .I, aboutthe ... ..; >.I
from that AvFundSchool
Tracy and Nancy Kelly. for the new School to J<., ,
11n'IC U.-\Y-NO SHOW.THINGS shoulder the heavy load.! In Jan- liitthl" The num- : ,
uary 1944 the AEM School was one honor "I'm really
TO DO-ABOARD moved to Naval Air Technical Is David proud to have
who ,, been chosen to
IU.IUTU.-\J.I.-NATTC: AIR RAIDERS vs NATB Training Center, Jacksonville. I
NATTCenter Auditorium. Florida, where facilities were with Come: through
P nJacola. Friday 2030.
high aver- AvFund Schoolas
RAIDERS NAS Field Sat- available to accommodate the urgently -
NATTC AIR V8 Whiting of 88.76. It gives a
urdiy 2030.: NATTCenter Auditorium. Admission. the needed personnel requiredfor v 1 d conies well all-rond- indoctrination to Aviation
expanding pro i I
HEB:: :: : :J gram.A front Alhambra. Here Is what David and I was able to find the
jl.ta'T'S: ; INN-Beer sold nightly 1730-2130 has to say about the AvFund I work I like best due to finding
Bldg :517. Sandwiches and snacks available. thorough knowledge of basic' School; I out what Is done in all the rates."
electricity is essential to the
UO'LISix alleys In Ship's Service avail- of skilled d"I I "1 think this school ia really a I Franklin Baker
velopment a technician.
good deal When I came here I had ,
lib,j 10 all personnel Monday through Saturday This subject therefore, is the foun-
1TOO-2130. League games have priority. dation of the AEM School. Following no idea what rate I wanted, but No. 110 has got a new candidate
Rate Indoctrination soon settled didn'tsay
for baby-sitter Pappy Lyle
basic training, students receive
WJIMISG-AU Outdoor Pools Closed) Indoor training In electrical power sup- that for me. This isn't like moat I what kind: Any offers? No

Pool Bldg. 614, Recreational Swimming. Monday, ply system, its complex distribution I schools--It gives a guy a chanceto I kiddm', we can remember the good
what all the rates are like
'I see old when Pappy had plentyof
Tuesday. Wednesday Friday 0900 to 1200. Monday system and the innumerable days
.e before he chooses & rate.
cashnow! he's got a car.
:. through Friday, 1800 to 2015. Saturday 1000 to 1200, I electrical units associated with it I David Herman
The wiring system arrangements OPTIMIST OF THE WEEK:
1300 to 1600, 1700 to 2015. Sunday 1200 to 1600, 1700to his car! Guess
taught are constructed in th? We are grateful to the follow- Weekley fixing up
2015.:' shops to simulate actual live aircraft you get attached to anything
ing men for finding news:
conditions. Through these : you've had ten years!
NATTG LlltUAUY Located In Auditorium. : Tracy R. A., A1<2t.
Ingenious and proven vocational ) Rayner D. R., AF21. Our new assignment! : Chief Parker -
fc Open Monday, Tuesday hursday and Friday 1300 to educational methods students'! ob- Vaughn, D. E., AF26.Stantield. has replaced Red Owens as
tain experience and solve prob- Chief of No. 140.
2100. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun- J. L., AF23. Leading
lems approaching those encountered 1 Terry, J. Q.. AF22, No, 140 ia singing the funeral
day. 1230 to 2100..61t' in their later work. Upon completion Eckhardt, O. L, AF20. dirge for three of the old gang

of classroom, shop, and Sennett J J. Ship's Co. who are leaving us. Culp, Rosen-
laboratory training; students prog- I Let's have some more poems thai and Wolverton are going baric
A1MLKTIG GEAR Available at Gear Locker. ress to the. line phase of instruc- and lots of humor I to the Navy.
tion where they apply what they
---- -'- "
Physical Training 513
Department Bldg. have previously learned Contin-

TKNNIH-Racquets and balls available at Physical ued research constantly offers new .rt)
and oetter aircraft electrical c.... D.nv'lm NUT'=
Training Bldg. 513. equipment and AEM School I is St;

constantly revising its curriculum

WHERE TO CO-IlSHORE to include the latest developments

Comdr. G. F. Sauter Oftlc r- wE. tNiR ( TO G000
JACKSONVILLE Ut\ leave at frequent intervals OOKtNO + bwEiGOt43 w
.y ,;ROWS UP.l
of AEM School has been .
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e ad Navy). Surf bath- in-Charge _
ing ana other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches with the school since Its inceptionat / 3.a)4A41l ,l l c1 t&q
25c. Chicago. Comdr. Sauter a former 's

CANOEING.: FISHING, AND MOATING: Cedar: River on San electrical engineer and industrial -

Juan Avenue. Take Lake Snore tiu... three blocks from last stop on educator has been instrumental -

scan Juan.\. How Boats-two Hours, SOc; canoes'-.5100 per nmir.: motor in placing AEM School in
the envied position of offering the
I t1t8-$2.0U per hour, five to eight people per boat h
type of electrical vocational
-- --- --
trainIng available. A competent
1t arid resourceful staff of Initru--

w, 1 "n..,, and supervisors contributedto
the Job performed by the AEM ,
Coming HereFOR school in the country's mot crlti-
al hour. 1iii r
S ( ;
The AEM School la an outstanding ))

: ; example of the American will
I.> do. To Its war time Job a "Well (
VALENTINEDANCE Done" and, lo[ its peace time job ,;
'arry On."

Manhattan manufacturers still.
manufacture more than half of

p' (i/. S Womenswear -- Investors
"Bubtrle.y" J tecker1nd ,ot..ader.

Hit Orclirwtr. I
The longest waves in the ocean
,. W generally are found in the South
Toni Young
Featuring Lovely '
rn s ff Pal '(lc. and sometimes attain

SATURDAY lft FKIIICUUIYNATTO lengths of 1000( feet. ,

I to 1 e
2ua i) I Electric storms all over the

'orld keep manufacturing nitrogenooua I
AudlterktmI I fertilizer at the mean rate

o( 200 ton per rnln te" I


.' .. I -




I 6 February 1947' NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

I 'Raiders Split Win 2 Lose 2 I


tWin From Cavaliers And Dullos III OM NATTC Loses To

Lose To Luke Shore Green CoveThe SHORT SHOTSBy Green Cove By

MONDSCIIEIN Score Of 4947With

NATTC Air Raiders cuwently riding on the crest of a two game winning streak With the coveted NATTG basketball -

and a total of 10 victories in 12 tries, annexed two more wins last week-end from the Cav- championship in mind TOA

aliers, a city independent team, and NAS Dallas in a Conference game while dropping alone has been hitting the hoop consistently successfully NATTC' Al held Henningson to only 14

decision to Lake Shore AC. Dallas and Lake Shore were played on the home hardwood and is now the only team I being points, while Green Cove Springs

w, and. theCavalier game was held at Jackson High School gym in Jacksonville. TOA with five is only wins matched and no by losses MAD Also as I' shining star, Whitey Skoog, tallied -
25 the Green Cove Springs
r'i ,(+J.a Shore Wtntbrought AUainIalte undefeated teams.TOA' ,
I Bullets made one last try down
: Shore its usual --: victory was a 45-23 romp the home stretch and slipped past
over the disbursing bunch. Monroe
formidable quintet, and took the the local quintet by a score of 49
went all out for the ordnancemenwith
Air.Raiders by a score of 71 to 55. to 47.

forfthei[/econd time this season, Doerrler 14 markers with and 10 was followedby with The game wasn't decided until
thVy being the only team to have
the last minute and 17 seconds of
8, Carlin with 7, and Giacalone
locals' measure. the when Skoog was fouled
',with 6.TOA. game,
Thee experienced Lake last while shooting. He made both attempted -
Shore five, boasting several ex.col4Ie played; Tuesday
free throws to put the
scores were not available as
and semt pro players were this score at 48 to 46 to virtually sew
went to The ordnance-
for their second straight tri- i press. few seconds
+bt up the game but a
men expected an easy victory and
over the Air Raiders In made free
later Coddington a
their first the Athletic are looking forward eagerly to the
contest 4dpa throw to come within one point of
S Marine tussle the 17th of this
Club picked up an early lead and the and
bullets Skoog lengthened -
held it most of the month. It will probably be the
game althoughthe it to two, sinking another free
Air Raiders were gaining fast game of the season in the intramural throw.

as the game came to a close In field and. a tough contest
a in expected. NATTC held a slim 29 to 24 lead
their second contest here, the local
at halftime, and kept the five
basketeers kept up with the surprised Sc.
Lake Shore outfit for the ,, ,. ', Bowling around TOA has not point margin between them and.
the Bullets until with six min
whole first half and part of the yet caught the spark that basketball only
t has obtained. Frazee, team utes remaining Skoog put Green
pecond! before slowing down from i i
the terrific pace and were OU' kp captain and coach has reportedthat Cove ahead on two straight baskets
although TOA has been los and a brace of free throws.
scored. The score at the end of
the first half was 34 to 32 in favor 1 ; ing games by a very few points From there the Air Raiders tied
of Lake Shore. 11 M they have yet to win one. The last the count at three different inter-

Al Henningson was high poiiup- Ir bowling contest was with TaB \als only to have Green Cove go

for the Air Raiders with 16 points. tS' and was lost 2 games to 1. The ahead each time.

followed closely by 14 for Charlie t24w I entire 3 game contest was lost The game was a conference

Kerr and 12 for Jim Coddington by a slim 34 point margin. affair for the Air Raiders, and

It remained for Johnny Geilen of Men representing TOA In the gives them an overall season rec..

Lake Shore to set the night's scoring I hardwood team were: Fletcher ord of 10 victories against three

high hitting for 20 points I Felles, Stephenson Meyers; and defeats.

Harry Platt and Jim Greefy were Conraday.; High man was Felles I Tomorrow night the Air Raidera

close behind with 15 each, and with a 146, 3. game average. will face off against the invading

"Shorty" Long was next with 14 forces of NATB Pensacola at the
points. I The shrubs and lawn around
Auditorium and Saturday night
barracks 52 and building 611 ha'ebeen
Air A'atJcra Deftat City Team NAS Whiting Field reports in for
considerably improved by a set-to with the locals.
Invading Jackson High School recent mowing and trimming by The box score:
gym to face the Cavaliers lead. students and has been noticed

ing City team the NATTC Air I with favorable comment. NATTC .

Raiders ran roughshod over the I The instructors have made some FG FT T

civilians: and came out far aheadon v v, ....__..._.... H... __ radical improvements in the upper Kerr F 2 1 5

a 79 to :55 count. SCOKE--IIENNINGSOX 0a rebound tallies another score left wing and are now residing in Cudd F 1 0 2

/ Sparked by the 32 points tallied for the Air Raiders intheir game last Saturday against NAS Dallas, probably one of the cleanest, Johnson F 3 0 6

by leading scorer Al Henningson, I Texas, at the NATTCenter Auditorium. NATTC defeated Dallas brightest wings on the base. Mam Henningson C 4 6 14 .
the Navy quint was held fairly by a final score of :5143. I Now that all the excess mattresses G 3 1 7

even in the first half leading ----- -_ bunks and lockers have Coddington G 1 3 5
only 33 to 31 at that time, but in next in line for their team. Ed to them late in the game. The been removed from the barracks McNay G 3 2 8

the second half, put on one of Oliver of the Cavaliers led that score was 29 to 10 at the end of I much more space is available between -

their best passing attacks to date aggregation with 19. the first half with NATTC ahead bunks and for passageways. 17 13 47

to coast to victory. Henningson's I Gaining their sixth Conference I and the home quintet started the I GREEN COVE SPRINGSFG

32 points gives him one of the victory in as many tries the NAT- I! second half much the same as the This week's new class is class 30. FT T

high scores recorded to date this TC Air Raiders won from similar I first building up the 1 lead to 37 Men in the class are: Aitken Bender Corn F 5 2 13

Bt-ason. His previous record for a forces of NAS Dallas on the home to 10 when Coach Harry Knickel- I Chase Kirkland Potts and Succi F 4 0 8

Dingle game was 28 points scored hardwood by a score of 51 to 43. bine substituted his second team. : Spain All state interests in sports Skoog C 8 9 23

against Lake Shore AC in their I The game was not as close ,as Dallas rallied at that point and and in the school teams and we Fawlickl G 1 0 2

first meeting on January 12. I I the final score implies. Showing an dumped in 10 fast points, cuttingthe hope to see them on teams in the Herman G 4)) 2 2

Henningson easily led scoters exceptionally good passing attack, big Air Raider lead down. The very near future.Graduating -

Withh is 32 points Teammates Doc the Air Raiders quickly built up a I first team went in to take over, class this week is 18 13 49

Johnson and Charlie Kerr with 16 lead, and then merely coasted in, I and time ran out before Dallas number 15 and includes Bain, .

and 15 I points respectively were !1 although a mild scare was thrown I could threaten very seriously. Fischer, Hoffman, Mercier, Mond-

fchein and Piotrowski. NAVY

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F .............. 5 2 12 r.nk.. F .................. 1 0 3 F.nek F .................. CI 0 41 on NEEDS YOUR
JoCeN.,. I' .................. a a 6 KutM. F ................... 0 0 b I ('oodlnIt1e'JI. F .............. 4 I 13: Ganshorn have recently returned I
Kuhl. F .................. 0 0 iMiii Muni-M. ..... 1 1' 8H Xurhl. F ......... 41 0 0 from leave and are now in ITC
| C ............. 4 I ]6 C ............0 0 t'Urk. C........n......... I 0 2 NOW!
1'iinek G.... .......n..... 1 0 0/ John.on. G .n............. It 0 1* Johnnon G........... ...... 4 1 b upon seeing "Luke" Alexanders
.Julin..,,,. G ................ 0 0 C (:Irk, G ................1 0 2 ('"old. G................... 1 6 2 head for the first time "That guy's
Krr. G................. 0 0 0 K.rr. Kerr. G................... 2 0 4 head is the first cue ball I've Have you ever needed help? ,
G......n........2 0 4 txxlmttn. G ............. 1 e 2 and financially\ ? Have
21 11 65 ever seen with hair.-Mr. you ever been
III 1 7CANAL.EKS 20 11 61 Mrs. Turulmgton expect a blessed short of cash when ;you needed it
LAKE HHOKE A. C. NAS DALLAS event in the near futureJohnsonmust badly for your family? Have you
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*.**. F ..............,1 1 8PBtrUk. Wriuht, F .. ......... ...... 0 6 41 Tallahassee to make so many trips the Navy Relief?
-"I..n. F .. ........... C 4 JOMtt F .u............... 2 I 7 Rob.rt..n! F ." .......... 1 6 2 Alone Bass has been Maybe you haven't and again
F ...,,,,,........... .T 1 15 ('"..Iy. > ................0 a bDliv.r Know) V .....I.......... e) 1 1 there I
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Mutton (i .... ............... 0 0 6/ Jlf".tlnlCl. G ................ 6 0 10Chrimy Zrnl, U ....n.... 0 0 sticks and some chalk for the re- Society.
,_ Gordon, G .. ........... 0 0 0 G...........u.... 41 41 lollon: (f.:::::.2: : 4-I reation room-Handle With Care. i Here's a chance to help them
"" .. ; now in their Annual Drive for

*'V .., ,.fc St II -71 21 It Wtleigiie 18 7 4. funds for the ensuing year of

I : :.L Standings TO B MAD Still TOMORROW this You our OWN must Society remember and that ex.

P'i-5: N1GHTAIR itts solely for the support and assistance

.' !*...- *-. Tops In NATTC it can render to those of
NavaDlir". :Training Athletic 1 NAS Jacksonville 51, NATTC RAIDERSvs. our shipmates who encounter difficulties -

r5 Cohferenc. tandlllgJ: r I Memphis 49. Intramural and have to ask for help.

: ..Team* .8,.; kW >.L Pet i NATTC Memphis 83, NAS St. PlayBoth So dig down deep and give .

NATTC J** ,' : e. 0 1.000 Simons 57. TOand MAD are tied for NAT PENSACOLA I voluntarily to this worthy
35 NAS Whiting
Pensacola -
cause, because
NAB Ottumwa 6.0 1.000 knows
first place in the Intramural Basketball you
NAB Jax IS 1 .833 ; League, though TOA has might be the next one to need

NAS Corp. Christi 3 1 .750 t I one more victory than the Marines. AIR RAIDERS help. Your buddy and shipmate
NATB Pensacola 5 2 .714 SHIP'S CO. needs it now.
Last. Wednesday MAD won vs.
Fld. :3 .MX BOWLING LEAGUE: --- -
NAS Whiting 3 .
from TAS by 54 to 35 with Con-
NAS Ban. River 3 3 .500 Team W L Pet. NAS'lIITING FIELD
rely in the high scoring roll with
NATTC Ward Is. 4 6 .444
TEA (1) 6 1 .833
16 for
points. Murphy was high
NAS Glenview 2 4 .333 TAF 5 1 .833 2030
TAS with 11. The other gamescheduled T
.. NATTC Memphis! 2 6 .250 TOB 6 1 .833 It
for the evening foundTAl"
AB Dallas 0 7 .000 MAD :1:1 .600 NATTC AUDITORIUM I
outscoring TAI by 51 to 15.
NAS St. Simons 0 7 .000 Dental 3:1 .500
Leonard of TAP made 16 for the ADMISSION FREE I t tI "
S 3 .500 taNk YOUAA11C5 ,
Conference :
scores and Varranof
TEA winners, and Moreno
4 I ar MY NuEEN0
2 .333
NATTC Jacksonville 61, NAS (2) the losers were tied with six YOUR SUPPORT MAKESA I II .o+ ..vuI
TIT 2 .333
Dallas 43.NATB .
TOA 2 4 .333 points each. WINNING TEAM :
pen acola 48, NATTOWard P Q 0 .000 Friday night found TOA takingDisbursing's I
Island 42. measure 45 to 23;
NAB Whiting Hell 60'NATTC OFFICERS BOWLING UOAQUK TEA win from TOB 38 to 19; and quintet by a 31 to 39 score. Con ''

Wart Inland *.2. I tNAS r ''I Training. I 3 o JUOOO TCT defeat TTM 47 to 37. Pearce nelly was again high scorer for
43|" Civilian 1; a 0 JLOOO of TCP wan high individual scorer MAD with 17 points. Westerlind I

Banana River JU.8pftckfjonville Dental ) ,,0 3.000 for the evening's; play hitting for I made 13 for TAR Other games for I h

!. 33. Admlnirtratlcb 1 M' ft 1 jDOO> 22 poU1 1. I the night saw TAR\ defeat TTS by

NAB Banana River ,78, )AMlaw TEA, I ,& : .1 jOOO Monday. it took the Marines an I 32 to 45, And Mfrikal supped :past
1 27. ; Ctrujao I 5 a .OOQ'overtime period to defeat the TAF I TAI by a 20 to 21' count <

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a ; ACTION WAS PLENTIFUL Friday night when the local lax ,

r K Filers tripped a snappy and fighting NATTC Memphis Hellcat five
t 5149. i left* Buck Buntin goes high into the air for a jump ball

i center Buntin and Harry Platt pull a squeeze play on Joe Lange.
18. as they move him out of action late in the third quarter. i right) c.

Buntm and Lange reach high for. a rebound off the visitors' board. .i:: _

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Six Teams UnbeatenIn Fliers Seek To Regain Three Hopefuls

HAS Intramural Already Out For

Basketball LeagueThe 'Winning Streak Tomorrow i NAS Wrestling Team t

NAS intra-mural basketball i Since the last word from Lt. II

league shifted into high gear this Bill Kehl Sic f
-- ---- ----
By ----------------- -- ------ -- ----- Paul King concerning his wrestling -
week with all teams knuckling suffered two setbacksin Fliers vs Florida Southern I]:. a duo of foul shots to his credit
Having team, three have turned
down in the for hon- :; men I
race pennant Florida Southern put on a sec- Dick Rudolph and O'Brien followed ;
their last three the
ors. Six teams are still undefeatedand NAS Jax Fliers will outings be ond-half drive Monday night to the speedy forward with 9 and ''out for the push and pull sport I II
vieing to hold first place.As a victory tomorrow night when : drop a scrapping NAS Jax five.I i I 8 points respectively. Tied with'' and are practicing hard every day

of today, Supply and Ac- they meet NAS Whiting Field in 45-36, on the winners' hardwood Whatley for 10 markers was T. !! at Building 601.
counting is leading section 1 witha before 1,500 fans. S. Ary of the Jax five. Ary had
one of two conference tilts to be Melvin Kleinman, S2c, from
record of 2 wins against no Main- This was.the second straight loss the same reading as the Floridian
this week-end at
losses while the top spot in section side played Auditorium strive to for the local Fliers their fourthof with four buckets and a duo of Wilkes Barre, Pa., has had plentyof
as they
Unit the season. The of foul experience in this roughest of
2 is Jointly shared by Flag charges shots.
where left off
pick up they on an
and the hospital five, both with streak. Coach Ray Pflum now sport a rec- Fliers vs! Banana River all sports. Kleinman tops the
eight-game winning
scales at 133 pounds, but what
2-0 records. ord of nine wins against four Banana River's Hellcats Saturday
Coach Ray Pflum's lads held a losses. i he lacks in weight he makes upi
There is a three way tie for night beat NAS Jax at its
serious workout yesterday in prep- After a hard-fought first period i in hustle.
first in the third section fast break-to
place own game-the
aration for their two loop encounters. I I
among the Reserve Enlisted Men'squintet the Floridians pulled away in the rack up a 43-33 win over the Another fine wrestler is Ramon
Personnel, and Publica- Whiting will be the guest of second quarter to take a slim 23- Fliers at the winners' court. Mov- I L. Wildig of Indianapolis, Indiana,

tions, all of whom hold 3-0 slates. the fighting Fliers tomorrow at 22 lead at halftime. The winners ing with ease against the locals, who weighs 160. The trio is rounded -
2000 and NATB Pensacola will increased their margin to 32.30 I Thlede ACMM a
out ,
The winners of these three sec- the Hellcats hit the nets at a torrid by Harry
provide the opposition Saturday I midway in the third frame, and I in the second period to big boy who hits over 175.
tions will compete in a three-team night.In i pace
round robin at the end of the reg- late in the fourth and final per- I take a 23-11 advantage over the There is still plenty of opportunity
second place in the Naval Air I iod, the college with the
ular season and the winner of this cagers Fliers at halftime. to make this team, however
Training Athletic Conference witha I score 39-26 in their favor, pouredin
competition will be declared sta- Charlie Berger, the Hellcats' and anyone interested should
tion record of five wins against one three quick buckets to assure l contact Lt. King at Building 723
high-scoring guard, ran a fever
loss, the Fliers dropped two close victory. i
him at extension 593.
Scores of the past week were: I again Saturday night and poured or phone
encounters last week, one to Ban 6-0
The Pflummen pushed into I
a in nine baskets and two free I
Hospital 53, VO-ATU 15; Personnel I II
ana River in a loop tilt and one I
lead over the down-state college
throws for 20 for
27, Operations 23; Publications to Florida Southern College.The points. .tops '
24, Ordnance 23; Communications five, but Bob O'Brien and Tom the winners and for the evening. cage quintet this season. This wasi

52, Executive Enlisted 15; A&R fast-breaking squad, one of Whatley poured in two buckets The night before against N AS i the Jaxmen's eighth straight win

41, Dispensary 12; Supply 33, In- the top quintets in this section, is apiece to pull the host squad intoa Dallas, the big 6'5": merchant i and their fifth in a row in con-

spection 24; Hospital 43, Marines preparing for its initial "battle- two-point lead. Harry Platt, whiffed the nets for 12 buckets i ference play.

19; Flag Unit 43, Emergency Re- of-the-century" game with NATTC who was high scorer for both out- and five gratis pitches to ring i Paced by Harry Platt, who threw
Jax week from tomorrow night. fits with 16 markers, in
a pumped
pair 12; Personnel 48, VO-ATU up 29 big markers. I j in eight buckets for sixteen points,
This game will be the first of atwogame four field goals in the first halt
24; Reserves 23, Ordnance 22; Ray Scott, 6'4" center for the I the local cagers stayed within
series with the Air to keep the Fliers within distance
Publications 46, Operations 21. I Kats poured in four 2-pointers I striking distance of the last Hellcats -
Raiders from the other end of the : of the rangy and fast Florida
I 1 I
and two free pitches to ring up 10 who led most of the game.
station. Both are ranked as outstanding Southern five.Inaccuracy .
; markers'! for the evening besides Late in the fourth frame, with the
DOBBIN FOR BOSSJE teams of this sector.
at the free throw
i controlling both backboards. Berger Scoreboard reading 42-35 in favor
(SEA) Tho u g admittedly Probable starting line-up for the line was particularly damaging to and Scott teamed together to I of the visitors, Platt potted four

tougher, horsemeat was declared local cage five tomorrow night NAS Jax. The Fliers hit only four dominate play under both buck- straight buckets to put the locals

to be just as good for hospital pa- will find Buck Buntin at the cen- of 16 charity attempts while the back into the lead, a lead which

tients as beef and was placed on ter post, Harry Platt and Jim Lakeland cagers were hitting nine ets.Jax held the lead free they failed to relinquish.
the menus of two Boston hospitals DeGroote at the forward positions of their 15 gratis tries. once, a
I throw T. S. T. S. and Jim DeGroote
by Ary the local Ary
when they became affected by the and T, S. Ary and Ed You- Big gun for the winners was put op-
into ened the for the Fliers
cagers a 1-point lead scoring
meat shortage. mans at the guard slots Whatley with four field goals and ]
which was short-lived as the agile and held a 7-1 lead before lanky

I' Berger tapped one in from under I Joe Lange hit for two bucket:

the hoop. The Kats held a slim for the Kats. Lange and Bill Ferda

NAS Again Hoping To Produce National I 11.1 lead at the first rest stop, threw in fourteen points togetherto

I but their fire-wagon brand of ball lead the visiting Memphis five

( connected to push them into a 23- to a 27-22 advantage over the locals -
Champions As Golden Gloves Draw Near 11 lead at intermission. At the end at the intermission rest stop.

of the third period, the Kats held The ante was raised again at

a 36-22 advantage I the start of the third frame but
Jacksonville --- -----
NAS again
soar into national may prominence chance of winning in his class. Hernandez, 126 pound battler. Fliers vs Memphis DeGroote Ary and Platt hit for

through a couple of Golden Gloves Eddie DeCore of Elizabeth, New Hernandez twice competed in the The Fliers had to go all out : buckets to bring the locals up.
Jersey. copped the Diamond Golden Gloves and both times to within striking distance. .
winners to repeat its 1916 per- j Friday night slip by a game
formance when Gabby Marek and Championship in the 135poundclass came out a champ. He has beenin and scrappy NATTC five from The Kats were hot in the foul

Eddie Chyz punched their way to and in addition was chosen the Navy for over four year I Memphis. 51-49, in one of the best shot department hitting nine of

fame bearing the Air Station's col the outstanding boxer competingin and has seen action all over the played games put on by the local their 11 attempts.

the Diamond Belt Tournamentof Southwest Pacific. Mike has been --- -- .--. ----- --. .---
ors.Under 1916. He further added to his awarded the Presidential: Unit Citation i *
the expert tutelage of laurels later in the year when he for his Unit's fine work in <* .;

Coach ber of Anthony NAS leather J. Rubino pushers, a num-are the successfully same tourney defended and his once title more In I facing Like the Schillizzi enemy., Hernandez, who i W- WAVES In City League No. 2-( .. 1': ;

rapidly beginning to show signs: was voted the outstanding boxerof hails from Kansas City, Mo., has : "f

of great his promise. The such coach skillful is the tourney. I not see"h fistic action for a longtime Spot Despite No Loop.! Gas!(; >.:
pinning hopes on Rubino has but ,
Coach also another I is regaining his old skill I ,. '.. \ .
fighters as Henry Schillizzi Eddie Golden Gloves champ in Mike more and more day. ," ,- J 'ii'. '" ;
DeCore, Mike Hernandez Berney __ _ _h __ _______.______every ___ I i Though the WAVES basketball -game Ag Oliver f'::1
league n lt'vasv
Whitson and Al Rogero, but many I sextette did not compete in any I
league games in the past week, it who led the Way with 12 points,1 -
others are progressing speedily as Two Famed Golfers To Give I
remained in second place in the but she started to throw -thrfm 'In
a result of the daily workouts and
turn out to be championship in-town girls' basketball league. right at' the .beginning and the
may Exhibitions On MAS Links I
material. However the girls kept in play- game was never in doubt Though
ing form this week by virtue of the WAVES led at halftime by a
As a curtain raiser and prelude I' Two more names were added I their two non-league contests. top-heavy score of 19-7. the Avo-

to the Golden Gloves' matches in last week to the fast-growing list teur Championship as well as the They took on the six girls from sets staged a desperate rally in the

Jacksonville, Coach Rubino is taking of big-time golf pros who will Women's National Open Cham- Rollins college and eked by the latter part of the contest to no

<. his men down-state to meet play exhibition matches I on the local pionship and she expects to hit Tars by a score of 2119. avail.
the Miami University team on 11 links, and preparations are be- about 37 or 38 for the nine holes The WAVES have a very tough
February. This contest will be the ing made for their arrival. at N AS. Once more the big gun for the schedule to face in the coming .a
locals "Butch" Glover who ..
boxers' only competition before First of these will be Jim Nichols The Blind Bogie Tournament was week,*a schedule which day tell ,c
threw 11 and her
facing their opponents in the Jax the world's greatest onearmI I over the week-end was won by A. in points played the final outcome of the league.
usual fine defensive Gloverwas
ring a week later. ed golfer, who will play this Mon- P. Boilau who shot a 103 less his trailed for game.honors The girls will tangle with the sex
Shillizzi lives in Middle Village, day at 1600. Though Nichols shouldbe 26 handicap to give him a net 77 scoring by"Skipper" tette from Miller Electric Fridayand

Long Island, and competed in the glad to shoot up in the 100's for the course All chiefs tak- : and Edge"Laddie"who Vladeff threw in who 7 with the Pensacola team on
1943 Golden Gloves. He also because of his handicap, he proves ing part in the C.P.O. tourney'. points Saturday.
threw in 6 towards the
fought in the New York Park Department that he can do better than most must qualify before Saturday, 15 victory Their toughest game of the season

competition before Join- well-known pros by smashing out February, to take part in the I The WAVES had an uphill bat- will come up on Tuesday when v

ing the Navy. After spending four games in the low 10'a. competition Chiefs already en- tle on their hands, however, trailing they face the league-leading team

years in the service, Schillizzi was Another golf great makes a visit tered in the tourney include, Tally : at the halt, 11-7, but once"Dutch" from Lynn's. Lynn's have shown

discharged but found civilian life to the station links on March 1 in Rutter, Jackson, Gushanas, Alliffi started to hit the net, more class than any other teamin

not to his liking and finally re-en- the person of Patty Berg generally Etter, Justiss, Sironen, they shot out in front. the league, and they will have

i / not weakened his boxing j golfer in the country. Patty has Shangula Baranski, and Ea- topped the Avosets, 21-20, at Main- WAVES because the locals dropped

uoility. and he has an excellent i won tho Woman's National Ama gan side Auditorium in another non. them In their last meeting,

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