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Creation Date: March 6, 1947
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-No.. 49 LJUmjliLUmi I JUU 6 March 1947



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


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U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

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r THIS. COULD HAPPEN TO YOU!! ''Joao-Navy Bosketbull Texan Out





1i To lain Notional Championship



: Score Triumph In Florida Tourney;

Chance-Vought Test Fliers Pin Loss On NATTC Air Raiders


s Pilot Speaks Before j I By Bill Kehl S2c

I Dreams of being National Basketball Champions are

r NARTU Members HereThe i visioned by the crack Jax-Navy cage squad as it prepares

I for the trip to Atlanta Georgia to participate in the national
involved in the design
problems basketball scheduled at the Arena in
and development of new air- I tourney Sports
,-r aft were outlined to members of I! Atlanta from 8 to 14 March

the Naval Air Reserve Training j The Fliers, slated to leave for ----
II'x
t'nit here Sunday by Boone Guy- the Cracker capital city Saturday

ttm. test pilot and Navy liaison morning, are seeded as one of First Annual
,officer for the Chance-Vought Air- ''the top cage outfits of the big
i raft Corporation builders of the event. The Jaxmen are scheduledto

tamed Corsair and Kingfisher.Mr. take the hardwood Sunday afternoon Model Meet Set'
Guyton's talk before NARTU and if they get by their
fliers followed similar lectures first test, will possibly be in the

through the previous week to student Georgia city until Wednesday. ForVeekEnd

pilots at NAS Jacksonville Coach Ray Pflum's Fliers are
and Banana River and NAAS Cecil representing Florida In this national -
Field. basketball tourney which The first annual U-Control Ja.K-

:' The test pilot received his flight I i I will include teams from every state Navy model airplane contest will
training at Pensacola.,) completingit I I in th j union. The Fliers represent-,j be staged on the Mat at Yorktownand
in lf>36. He was transferred to : ed I this state last year at Atlanta, I Mustin this week-end, it was
the fleet as a member of Bombing but lost their opener to Dow Chem- announced by Chief George T.

iSqticulron-12.\ : atinehrd to the old ical of Michigan, 60-52. The Wolverine Hubbard ACMM, contest director.

---- --- outfit went to the finals 'j Promising to be a spectacular
only to lose to a star-studded serv- I I affair, the meet has attracted con
iee quintet from Camp Atterbury I testants from as far away as NAT-

Indiana.; TC Memphis, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga.,
The Pflummen won their rightto is leading in the number of'!ntrie:>t
play at Atlanta by winning the received and it looks as thoughthe
state ABC meet held last weekend !I Georgia city modelmen will
in Jacksonville. It was the sec- I give plenty of competition to local

ond time in a row that the Fliers enthusiasts.

copped the Florida ABC tourney Five flying circles will be in operation -
v (Ah ABC Finals j at once, four of them for

__'___" .. ...__._ '_-__ "_' ..__ ,, '"n,,, __ ___ a : Jax-Navy's Fliers wore out a the speed classes and the other
for stunt and scale.
one The con
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TilE TWO PICTURES above depict very graphically what can menacing Dunn's cage five in the i
test will be conducted accordingto
and does happen when a motorist fails to obey traffic regulations, second half Saturday night to j I. combination of
a AMA and FMA
In this instance the passenger automobile failed to observe the whip the scrappy city leaguers,
I. contest rules, and to insure more
"Full Stop" sign at the intersection of Ajax and Saratoga Streets. 51-31, and wrap up the 1947 Flor- decisions
accurate there will ba
One person was injured in the Navy vehicle, and had anyone been ida ABC hardwood championship,
two each
judges to circle.
sitting alongside the driver of the private automobile he might have their second in succession.The I
been fatally injured. The accident, which occurred last Friday at Fliers took a long lead over Overnight quarters have been
1700, caused damage of approximately $500 to the passenger car Dunn's and at halftime were ahead provided for those in need of them
and about $227 to the Navy vehicle. In addition, a fire hydrant was 2911. Dunn's rallied late in the and a box lunch will be providedto
knocked over when the coupe skidded into it. Be a safe driver! __ _.T __ ___ third frame and pulled within 10 I all contestants on Saturday. The
Obey ALL station traffic regulations! Don't let this happen to YOC1 Boone Guyton point of the fast-stepping Navy Mainside Model Club will be opento

__ _n_ ____ __ __ __ __ ____ quintet but T. S. Ary, Whitey render needed assistance in the
Lexington. When released to inactive repair or overhaul of contestants'planes. ..0
Red Cross Fund duty in the Naval Reservein Skoog and Harry Platt quickly .
Campaign their attack and pouredin
stymied
; 1939, Guyton went to Francefor
buckets to move the Fliers intoa Prizes and trophies will be
I Chance-Vought to test dive- comfortable lead after the Dunn's awarded in the following manner:
Launched At NAS bombers which had been sold to
Monday
the French Navy. After returning outfit chose to freeze the ball rather Class A-Trophy and Bantam
than have the Fliers run upa motor.
(Continued on Page 4) I
The campaign to raise funds for .. -- I bigger score. Class B-Trophy and Dclong
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the 1917 needs of the American NAS department representatives For the second straight year motor.
Ked Cross was underway throughout appointed to handle the drive in Whitey Skoog won the coveted Class C-Trophy and Cyclone
the nation this week, and here their divisions include: ADMIRAL RECEIVES Most-Valuable Player award while motor.

at NAS the drive was given its official Naval Personnel also placing on the all-star team. Class C (open) Trophy and
I start at a "kick-off" meet- PLAQUES SUNDAY Skoog was one of the mainstaysof McCoy Motor.
Lt. John Posthumus
ing of department representatives -VO-ATU the Fliers and pumped in 161 Stunt Class-Trophy and mo
No. 6; Pharm. O. T Adams-Med Presentation of the Brit l'di
Monday in the conference room field goals and eight gratis pitchesfor
of the Administration Building. ical; CWO H. Hamilton-Marine I Admiralty plaques commemorating 40 points in the three games tor.Scale Class-Trophy and motor.
Barracks; Lt. P. J. King-PT & the training of ItritNhpilots I
which the Fliers played. In the finals Most Spectacular Crack-up-
At the session, the
department Welfare Ch.Mach. L. U. Naval Air
; A. Man- : at S. Stations in 2-
Whitey poured seven Motor and kit.
iv-presentatives were briefed onmethod.J
of the drive gum-Public Works; ACMM J. M. during the war years will pointers and a duo of free tossesto All of the prizes will be award.
conducting -Inspection Lt. B. M. be made in brief
Payne ; (jg) a ceremony ,
rack up 16 markets and scor- ed at the conclusion of the contest
Robert J. Baird, NAS
by Chaplain Sweat-A & R; Lt. Comdr. J. A. during the ]1045 religious scr-1;
campaign chairman. After the distribution (C'ontlimed on Page 3)) (toot iuued from Page 3)ACTIVE )
Hiner- Executive Department; Lt. I i vices at All :Saint's Chapel this I j
of materials, they were: P. C. Hutchens-Aviation Train- i :Sunday by C'uptuin 1'. \\'. I -- '-

toM to "go out and do a good job." ing; Lt. jg) L. G. McAlister I Woolen, lint llt Naval .\t(ache. DUTY RESERVISTS, :_. ,.. !
Success for the campaign was Inspection Department. '
I Rear Admiral Ralph Davisitn.
predicted if workers contacted everyone Cii ilian Personnel I Chief of a"alIr AdantedTraining J

in their respective activi- T. H. Newsome-Medical; N. H. :, Will receive the plaquefor
ties and personally solicited all officer Crevasse. Public Works; Julius D. NAS Jaeksoiltllle us bell\\ us
and civilian personnel. Although I Quina A&R; II. MastersonIn- I the ones for rot.Sliuml: amiNAS !

enlisted personnel were not I dustrial Relations; G. M. Millican. Kurt Lauderdale which operated I
to be solicited, they were to be C. E. McAllister J. L. Barland, E. I under NAATC before I .
given every opportunity to contribute H. IJutt>''l. M. H Sudberry\ Sara E their tlcurlivatioii. !j
vo'.iip'!' ':inly. it was stated! !
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of the radio quiz program in its'' WPDQ an.1 l the American Broad- broadcast from the Hotel Gem !ge
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present form and the man who casting System. I Washington Auditorium Saturday .wV

made quiz shows a national pas- I His Saturday program will be night and will feature residents of I
time, will visit the Naval Hospital the second on his new air time. He I Jacksonville and the vicinity as ,
here Monday in the first of his switched from 1930 Thursdays to contestants. :
sixteen appearances in Jackson- 2200 Saturdays only one week ago. I "Professor: Quiz" starts his pro- 'I
ville next week. The Professor, known as Dr. gram with a group of contestants
The Professor will arrive at the Craig Earl in private life, will and fires question after question

hospital at 1530 and make two .. ----.. until only five finalists are left
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ward tours. After his two ward through elimination.
appearances he will dine with the HOLIDAY SERVICEAll These five then meet in the
patients. Following dinner, he will "battle of wits" and when the
put on his show in the Auditoriumand Jewish servicemen are invited contest is over they keep all the V '
to a special Purim holiday cash have In addition 4
then leave for an appearanceat prizes they won.
th. Men's Garden Clubs of Jack- service in the Small Chapel at the winner is awarded the 'I
the Naval Air Station tomorrow Grand Prize.
sonville. -- --=--
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at 1830. the -
The question and answer man evening Following Tickets to the broadcast are free THE ONLY TWO WAVKS; in the Seventh Naval District( to be
service, there will be a social I
will spend six days in this vicinity hour with USO-JWB junior hostesses and may be obtained by writing to called Oark to i active duty from the Inactive! Reserve were Cathenne t j
visiting at Veterans Hospitals, Station WPDQ, being sure to list Lehman Y2c. and Betty ({..rullsun, Y2c Miss Lehman (seated) j
high schools, children's homes, and refreshments.providing There special also. holiday will be name and address plainly. Because inspects some of the papers which brought her back to active duty
civic organizations. lIe will climax gifts for all of the large crowd expected to at- while Betty looks on. Both girls were separated from the WAVESon
his stay here with his regular net- attending. tend, only one ticket is being mail- 3 January, and less than a month later they were back on dutyin
work broadcast over Station ed to each person the Reserve Office in Building 907.Vol. .



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'A&R Engine Overhaul Hits Peak



> Production Despite ObstaclesEDITOR'S t

NOTE: This is the first of a series of arfirfr on the
: t'ariofls components of NAS Jacksonulle's hut/e Assembly and Repair .
A Department. Became of its Itnyth, {it has been rtividtd into' two
installments The conclusion will appear in next week's issue

Ate a hs j The Engine Overhaul Divisionwas ; 4
Unental 670's which
organized in the Spring of 1941in powered the
), : *' Building 522 in the old "Trade "Yellow Peril" training planes.

A. School" area, under the supervision Complete engine disassembly, reconditioning
1 of Lt W. L. Dawson, Division and overhaul was accomplished
I Officer and Ens. J. H. Rein-
in one small room in
ers. assistant Civilians who formed -
WL the nuclear force were personnel Building 522 while awaiting completion .
who were transferred here of the Assembly and Repair

from naval activities at Fensacola, Building, then under construction
Norfolk and the Philadelphia .
NAE. Only a few of these "charter
: members" remain in Engine Overhaul In September, 1941, the Assembly
most notable of these beingJ. and Repair was near enoughto
W. W. J.
Hall Kenjon, George completion to permit several
Repoff George Taylor Charlie
Hart. Frank Valder. E. S. Collins divisions, among them Engine
Charlie Martin Paul Oppenheimer Overhaul, to move in. Up until this

John Stricklahd, and J. V. time, engines had been assembledas
Slade. The majority of these men
teams of two
a unit by mechanics -
now occupy the key supervisor
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tested in old N2S fuselages
and

positions in the division.
The first aircraft engines to be at Hangar 113. But now.
r that Engine Overhaul had moved
major overhauled by Engine Overhaul -
into the now Assembly and Repair -
at NAS were the small Con-
iaamg, pe .. n shops were organized and
?( .'-.r. operations such as disassembly,
The '-p, itl4"" sub-assembly, and final assembly,
were set up. Engine Overhaul' also
had an up-to-date block of test
Court Martial cells at that time. Further along,
as additional personnel were cmplojed -
What It Should j specific shops were set up

Mean To YOU! 1 within the division.
It should be pointed out that
Hy LT. CO IDR. nREWIARTIS when Engine Overhaul was firatngamzed
"r Legal Officer and after productionwas
The legal officer has been requested under way, practically all
to write an article for your ,ools and equipment were manu-
paper on the seriousness of the tactured on this station under adverse -
court martial. This Is not a partic- ALV -u4 -- circumstances. This condition
ularly difficult task for one who presented almost insurmountable -
necessarily is connected, in one ob-tfailes in some instances
way or another, with as many Yes, that early period in Engine
court martials as the writer. However Overhaul was "Pioneering" in the
it might be difficult to put strongest sense of the word.
it in a way that each and everyone For the two years' following es-
of you will know exactly whatI tablishment in the Assembly and
mean Therefore, hoping that the Repair' Building Engine Overhaul
editor will be kind enough not to overhauled 31 different types of
limit me to a single contribution aircraft engines including Kinntra
1 shall write very informally, and Continentals, Wrights, and Pratt
attempt, at least, not to bore you and \\hitneys, not to mention the
with a lot of technical terms. By so : .* kA auxiliary power units for the PBY
doing, we can more or less go back I t airplanes. It was impossible for
Btage and see a lot that you cannot any Supply Department to set up
*often see even from the front an intelligent system for the procurement -
row. And, also, it's just impossible'I of parts for such a varied
to my way of thinking to give youth assortment of engines and the
complete dope in one easy les result was practically no parts
son However, I do not mean, in .... and few special tools. In the ma-
any sense: of the word, that this TilE ENGINE ONtRHAUL IHMblOX of NAS Jacksonville; Assembly Repair Department jority of cases, engines being assembled .
id going to be a weekly column. has maintained its BuAer production schedule 100 percent for a full year because of its efficient man- were completed by the
There are just too many of you agement and organization In the top photo, Charles G. Hart, Senior Civilian Supervisor, discusses a practice of "stealing" parts from
awaiting trial, being tried, and technical point in a built up engine to Quartermen G W. Repoff. VJ. Renyon. and R. F. Mansert engines which were being disassembled -
Bottom photo Lt E B, Smolensk!. Engine Overhaul division officer and Mr. Hart look
awaiting read-off for me to have over the This procedure is now

much time to give to this happy -monthly- production chart -which---shows-_.u-___engine_ _overhaul's___ n__enviable_ ___record.__ technically" termed "cannibaliza-
,. opportunity. were given out. Chief Justiss who tion
1 often wish that I could have 1 won the championship flight by At this point, Engine Overhaul
recordings of all the conversations :I defeating Tally received a set of tcv had expanded considerably and .
I have with you in this office was i congested. So
four Wilson woods, while Chief' space becoming
Many of you would be dum- I Tally, the runner-up, received a 1 1Spr an extension to the Assembly and
founded by some of the things I : v pair of golf shoes and a dozen' Repair was begun, and upon cofn-
hear. The majority of you, who i 1 balls. In the second flight, Chief iy VE pletion of this extension in July,
have had one or more courts, can I '1 Hughes ran away with the first 1943. Engine Overhaul moved intoit.
never seem to quite understand just I prize, one set of irons, one golfing I This new building was con-
what you have done to bring all hat, and a glove The runner-up By 8Kll'1.tl; talit: :, PSc): structed in accordance with plan

this trouble on j'ourselves You I By J. F NEIXN, ACMM in this flight was Nick Gallittano, Johnny Shelton finally walked up drawn and approved by the Bureauof
have seen: your shipmates do exactly I Mrs W J. Quinn of 3011A Dew- ACOM, who has not been playing the aisle. with Ruth Allen and Aeronautics, and upon inspection -
the same thing time and time the Nick received it Mr. and by Engine Overhaul personnel
ey Park annex won the free game game very long. low s Mrs. The double
again without being caught, and : and John G. Seman CCS, from a golf bag and a dozen balls. The ring ceremony, performed by !it was generally agreed that
going on their merry way rejoicing I Galley No 4 'won the grand prizeat first flight because of unforeseen (Chaplain: Stevenson, took place at we were embarking upon a new _
But you were caught the very I the regular Tuesday evening circumstances, has not been played 'j 1 1600 on Saturday, 1 March. Both era in which we were to produce
first time you ever did anythingwrong. I Bingo held at the CPO club on 25 off as yet, but a deadline has wore Navy blue uniforms. The a new and revolutionary type of
Were you really quite hon- February. About 75 people attended been set for the finals to be played | redding was attended by both engine. Possibly it was a new war-
eat! with yourself when you and twenty-three games were this coming Saturday. The followf'amihes, and Mr. Allen gave the time secret weapon. At any rale
thought or said that* Maybe some, played. ing chiefs are still in the swim: I b ride away. Immediately following, the thing was not to have a
but I think you will agree that Thursday evening rolled] around Chief Jackson Chief Nelen, and I II t he couple left to spend a ten-day I crankshatt, nose section, or power
the great majority of you who have and there were at least 30 per- Sergeant Major Alhffi. Chief:' h one 'moon in St. Augustine. Johnny section. At least, the blue print .
been in trouble have just about sons at the club who enjoyed the Jackson has eliminated Chief Ba- i ; appeared nervous, with knees did not provide for any of then
gone the limit before you were picture, .Appointment in Tokyo." ranski, 5) and 4. Nelen and Allif1 1 haking, even after it was over, heretofore vitally essential opera J
brought to Justice. I am not speaking Saturday evening the dancinggot fi will play off their match Thursday is: Ruth appeared to be calm. I Lions However, it turned out that
of the absence= offenses' right under way with a blare of instruments or Friday, weather permitting.I wouldn't have bet on that calmness this space had been inadvertently;
now; we'll come to those later on. from the band Tommy Chief McDonald of Inspection I < though. Good luck, Mr. and omitted from the drawings and,
I am talking about the men who ]Raye and his NATTCats were once and Survey won the Medalist prize virs. Johnny Shelton. after some deliberations and rear-
neglect their duties, sleep on again in the well-known groove. for the Championship Flight, Into the Reserves came Betty rangement, space was provided.
watch, get disgustingly drunk in "Ole Man River" Spanley was Jackson for the first flight, while Cenmson, Y2c, and Catherine Lehman At this point of the game, our'
Jacksonville and elsewhere, use there to melt the hearts of the Chiefs Kline and Hoydik are, tied Y2c The first two WAVESn troubles should have been about
profane and indecent language in fairer sex with his Vaughn Mon- for the second flight. They will i this district to be called back over, but they were only beginning -
the presence of ladies and gentle- roe style of crooning. A vote of play off their match some time ii nto active duty in the Reserve. The management changed j
jnen, who lie when caught, who thanks to you fellows; it was nice this week. Betty Kennison hails from Orlan- and new hands took over. Efficiency ,.
steal, who misappropriate anythinghey ly done. Patty Berg, the famous woman io, Fla, and Lehman from Oak- experts and management
\ can get their hands on, who During the evening the prizesfor golfing champion, did us the honor d ale, Tennessee Smooth sailing on engineers moved in. Up to this
are utterly disrespectful accordingto the Chiefs Golf Tournament of giving out the prizes Jack pour second tour of duty, gals. point, we had been faced with lack
any standard, and you know _. Harvey and Phil Friel station of
----- We'd like to welcome I space, unskilled and untrained
all the other categories of crimes deserved' more, he would award pros, were also introduced to the back Margaret personnel, lack of tools, rapidityof
and misdemeanors.Most you just a deck court. This, as members and their guests. Comdr. is she"Lou"reported Llewellyn in to HATS, Sp(V)2c, I expansion and, primarily, lack
of you who ultimately get most of now, is the and Mrs heret
you Navy'slesser Shifley were included in Jax for another tour of of parts But, even so, things were
courts: have become pretty generally court and probably its Miss Berg's party. The Shifleys } duty. looking up because we had narrowed -
lope like
known by all as "bad actors" greatest justification is the fact were hosts to Miss Berg during her Lou you your old station, the field to the point wherewe
You have probably been to Cap- that it is quite limited as to the visit hereTwo were only handling two or three
tain's Mast before and were dismissed punishment it can award. (door prizes were given out Returning from New York, Mary types of engines. But this was
because of lack of evidence You would think that, certainly Saturday evening and the lucky 2alergos,: ] CY, had tales to tell before the efficiency experts with
or were warned one or more at this stage, the offender wouldbe winners were Chief W. \V Wind- Mary went up to Columbia University their clip boards, stop watches,
times. Did you stop and take In- most seriously concerned and strom, ACOM, and the "little gum to take entrance exams. and obvious ignorance as to just
ventory there, and realize that you would want to "turn over a new beater" from VM Unit (T-1)), J The group taking the exams included what was necessary to make an 1
were headed in the wrong direc- leaf," but not all of you do. As a Zittlla, ACMM Congratulations to 108 men and one girl efficient organization in Engine
tion? Happily, most of you did matter of fact, I have found that you both and let's see you next i Mary). Crowded, eh, what? Overhaul
,
and still do, but that remaining about 25 per cent become repeated Saturday eVening. Staying at the Park Central Ho-
small percentage of you thought offenders That is about onefourthof Chief and Mrs. Sandstrom are t:el, Mary took in the luxury of Boy! What they did to Engine
and still think, you know the ropes. I our cases have previous convictions the guests of Chief and Mrs. Ne- areakfait in bed Some swank! moved Overhaul at is legendary. Shops were
You would just have to be a little It'. a pretty gloomy picture, len Chief and Mrs. Crits of Coming to us from Patuxent cell a moment's notice, test
more careful the next time. But, Hn't it'And 1437B Child Street, are happy with liver is Theresa Miller, SPIV)2c.1< ) I rejections ran as high aa 40
r engines month the division officer
by then, you are under scrutiny, for fear that you might dis- their new arrival. Both mother and other: NATS girl. Welcome had" -
f, and most of you sooner or later .count the rest I have to nay because son are doing well Chief and board, Miller. and the a nervous breakdown,
master
pet caught again. Maybe, even I of this gloom, we will call Mrs Edward Damask enjoyed their I I've got to hurfy as me bastetball I cleaning mechanic was
engines
then, the Captain wanted to give t this my introduction, and next flight to Chicago and want all their team is off lor Corpus confusion the Disorganized indus-
you another chance, and althoughhe j 1 time we will get down to cases 1 I' friends to know they arrived "areC I Texas. Yes, flying. Wish iis try, had set, Jn.gangrene. of
might have felt that you really (To be continued' ). J ly. u luck, gals. See you next week (To be t'Ottf ftut'dJPage

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Hy CIIUDOBA & WHITE USEffNTS

a If anyone on the Hospital Staff
would like to participate in a softball -

team, White, PhM2c is now
taking names. What we need is y
a good pitcher, one who could
show a rival team some good com
petition. So if you are, or at least
think you're a softball pitcher, ask
White for a tryout. We want to
(J. ..
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the shortest possible time becausethe

basketball tournament will be
MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
over soon. Let's pitch in and help
r out.
\ ,: .s MOVIES: Week Days -2000. Wt"t'k-t"ndIt-1I30 and 2000.

The Corpsmen are grieving over
: THURSDAY
I the disappearance of their dog
"LONE WOLF IN MEXICO", with Gerald Mohr. Murder mystery.FRIDAY .
I.r: mascot COCOA, whq mysteriously
vanished over the week-end of 22 .

lJ and 23 February. "CALENDAR GIRL", starring Jane Frazee. Musical.
.
Tonight is "Your Favorite SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Jame":: night in the Rec Hall. Comeon "BEGINNING OR END", starring Brian Donlevy A fictional

over put yo' big feet underone romance and dramatic treatment of scenes in laboratories, proving
of those card tables and grounds, the White House, and the flight from the Marianas to Hiroshima
really get into the swing of havingfun. for the dropping of the first atom bomb provide all the elementsof
.
\ \ 0)'.,) Better' be an early- bird so exciting- screen entertainment
you'll have a chance at your favorite MONDAY
Jacksonville girl too, for if
I ".'11 uuly Dt"t'-d use log for my wiener rua.tt-and 1 Hunt that I she belongs to the USO, the Army- "THE FABULOUS DORSEYS", featuring Tommy Dorsey and
good one right there!" :Navy Episcopal Club, or the Pep- Jimmy Dorsey. Biography in swingtime.
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perette- she'll surely be on hand TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

I Jax-Navy Nursery Is OpenTo "MY FAVORITE BRUNETTE", with Bob Hope and Dorothy La-
All Personnel "Faith and begorra!" if It isn't mour. Good entertainment for the Bob Hope-Dorothy Lamour fans.

Cvntlnuvd from Page 1 time next week for another Red It has plenty of laughter and action mixed with the suspense and excitement -

ing honors for the evening. Says Wivos ClubA Cross dance How those daysare of its spy-mystery theme

Quarter-Final.* reminder that the nursery flipping right off the ole calendar -
There'll be music sweet to TIIURSDAY
the Navy Wives' Clubin
by
With the brilliant Skoog leadingthe operated
I "LONE HAND TEXAN" Charles Starrett. Western.
tease your feet and the lovely featuring
way for the Navy live, the Bldg. 1101 is for the convenience '
Rainbow for decoration and
i of all naval personnel regardless girls
charge's of Coach Ray Pflum ran
roughshod over Post 88 In their of membership status in dancing. The day is Tuesday, 11 JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
March, and werather ole
the organization was issued this suspect
first encounter. Skoog
tourney Show Start. at 204M.
St. Pat will be on hand to help
week theclub's- Nursery Committee
toed in .5: points for the evening, by
in the of the
hings along
closely tailed by Jim DeGroote and gay way THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Harry Platt who each garnered 10 The nursery is open on Mondays" Irish! C.. 5- "I'LL BE YOURS", starring Deanna Durbin.
markers Wednesdays, and Friday from SATURDAY
0800 1200 from 1300to "Pis said that the "Mississippi
to Thursdays
i 8 emi-Fisais; ; "LONE HAND TEXAN", with Charles Starrett.
In the semi-final round of the 1800; and on Tuesdays and Sat Party" given on C-2 by Nancy McOully -
ABC meet, the Pflummen met up urdays from 1800 to 2400. Ratesare the night before taking off SUNDAY
i\ with the' star-studded Cavaliers 20 cents an hour for one child jn leave for that web-footed state "CALENDAR GIRL", featuring Jane Fraze

Club of Jax. The downtown club and 25 cents an hour for two or was quite an affair. It was enoughto MONDAY AND TUESDAY
\1 threw a real scare into the favor more children By the month, the make all the patients on that "BEGINNING OR END", starring Brian DonleY).
l Navy quintet by holding the charge is $t for one child and $5 ward exclaim "Hurry back and WEDNESDAY

service outtit in check until the for two or more. let's have more of 'em!" "THE FABULOUS DORSEYS", with Tommy Dorsey and Jimmy:
final five minutes of play Then A nurse is on duty during operating Dorsey.

DeGroote and Buck Buntin started hours, assisted by a sufficient HERE IS YOUR CHANCE FOR THURSDAY
swishing the net in the final number of Navy wives, to BETTER ENTERTAINMENT: "MY FAVORITE BRUNETTE", featuring. Bob Hope and Dorothy
three minutes of play to l lead the care for all children who are admitted We want your opinion on a Hotel 1 Lamour.

locals to victory and to a berth in Party, including a floor show and a
.
the finals. DeGroote rang up 17 good evening- of dancing. Drop OTHER EVENTS

big markers and Buntin was close Gala Affair For \ over to the Commissary Depart-
behind the flashy, lithe guard with ment office and talk with Chief BINGO P.\ltTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage
16 point Servicemen In Jax Brown. He'll start the ball rollingif ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and

HAS Beats NATTC Sponsored By USO-JWB you will cooperate Mustin; Road, 10OO-1130) and 1300-i830 dally and at Gear Room top.
NAS Jax's Fliers showed NAT- .s side Bldg 72 TC's Air Raiders and 2,000 fans All servicemen are invited to at- The Hospital Basketball team MODEL AIRPLANE bllOP Hear of Bld5. 39, open 1200-2400

in the NATTC Auditorium Mondayhow tend a gala night club party sponsored will play their last games of the daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays
they copped the ABC cage by the USO-Jewish Welfare season this coming week So far BOWJ.1NO-8lx alleys located in Mai aside Recreation BuildingNo.

tourney. Board to be held this Saturday at they have made a fine showingthis I 3. Alleys open from 1830-2130) Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
NATTC took its fourth defeat :2100: -in the Jewish Temple on past season and are to be :2100 Saturdays and Sundays:
of the year, 72-61, and NAS Jax Laura and Ashley In Jacksonville congratulated. The game betweenthe BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
completely confounded the Air Three sailors from the air sta- Hospital and the, VO Squadron I Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 393; or report to Mamside Mat after
Raiders because on 14 February tion, Warren Wheatland. Hale: was forfeited to the Hospital, 1500.
NATTC had won over these sam.playl'rs Don Leadvrman. Sic: and Shean
chalking another victory for
up MALNS1DC LOUNGE-Formerly- the Reception Center, located In
from Mainside in a thrilling Smith Sic will perform, and a
the Hospital squad the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
encounter which was not decided special prize will be awarded to
/
.5. their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions
until the final ten secondsof the submitting the most
person
The WAVES were honored bya by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho-
play 5655. suitable name for the trio.
visit of one of the old reserve nograph available for us. of aU hands.
Following the show, a buffet
The battle offered brilliant basketball staff this past w k-end. Guess LIBRARY-Located on second d-sX: of Malnside Recreation Building
by T S. Ary, who tallied supper will be the served, and dancing we'll never be able to forget the No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
will climax evening.
31 points. Ary pumped in 12 two- old place after we leave! from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100
and ten tosses to .
pointers gratis J
SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
column
take scoring honors for the evening Ary in the NAS scoring
1800-2100 daily, Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.
had Al with 12 markers each. Both playedan
Ary big Henningsen Red Cross
Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
baffled outstanding floor game for the
a of NATTC completely as Pflummen. GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun

time hook shots after at time the he gratis connected line also on, This win, the Fliers' seventeenth (Continued from Page 1)) day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathingtrunks

of the season against six: losses, Verner and Lillian F. Wolfe-Inspection prohibited on Golf Course
he hit ten free throws without
*a -. was a follow-up of their triumphin Department: Janie Calhoun Ao."CIIOK.\OE-Opo dally to enlisted personnel (with liberty
missing a singleone the ABC meet in Jax last week. -Aviation Training: Theodore \vds and anlform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of,Mason:
Harry Platt was blanked from 7 wo Loop Games T. Frltch-Executive Depart Field.
the field in the first twenty minutes The Fliers played NAS Corpus ment. TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-

but the high-scoring guard Christi last night at Corpus in an The Naval Hospital, meanwhile, Ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of M us tin and
came back in the second canto to encounter which was tabbed as a went ahead with plans for its Red I Yorktown Roads).
I a ring up 12 points on six field goals. conference thriller. They are due Cross campaign. Captain R. 1\(. KASKKTHALL Practice: Monday through Friday starting
.1 i The Fliers took a 4-0 lead and back tonight. The NAS WAVES Gillett, commanding officer in his at 1630.

were never headed, leading at halftime I! also went along and they were capacity of honorary chairman appointed ARCIIFRY-Club, located In Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800to
33-22. The Air Raiders did ; scheduled to face a strong girls' Lt. Martha Logan as ex- 2200: Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
pull within four points of the fast- team from Corpus ecutive chairman to conduct the Everyone welcome.

,, break specialists of mentor Ray NAS Jax and NAS Banana River drive Other staff members chosento UIIKltt: TO GO ASHORE
Pflum, but once again the"'deadly I will battle tomorrow night at head' the effort in their departments USO Armed Service Center 122 West Forsyth Street. Lounge

hook shot of Ary was too much for I Malnside over a mathematical were Ens. R. B. Tahaferro open OaOO-2300; dormitory open 21 hours a day-with showers, shaving
Coach Knickt lbine's outfit, and the chance at the NATAC basketball corpsmen: Dorothy Wright--civil- facilities, etc.
Fliers coasted to victory in the I title, and a capacity audience will ian employees: Lt. F. C. Meadows NUItSEIIY-Sponsored: by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg 1101

last two minutes. I I be on hand to watch the Fliers' efforts -I doctors; and Lt. Comdr Dorothy Mondays Wednesdays, and Fridays-0300 to 1200; Thursdays-1300 to E
Big guns for the Air Raiders to square the season series. I Becker-nurses. Lt. Logan, in ad- 1300; Tuesdays and Saturdays! -1800 to :2100. Rates-(hourly) 20 cents i
were AI Henmngsen and Doc John. The Banana River outfit won the dition to heading the over-all drive for one child, 23 cents for two or more; (monthly) $t for one child, '
son who each pitched in 21 points. I first contest at their home court, I will bo in charge of WAVE con- $5 for two or more. (
Pint nrut Tim DeOroote trailed 44-31 tributions.
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fl iJufs --:.-(" ';""- IT'S A T UGH LIFE By SScsvos

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South Wing, Lower Deck, Bhlg. 930 leuxs ondVieios fmmStalionai
Telepuone Extension 8184 -
Arthur M. Greene, Editor a -
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the. _
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no. -_
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SecNav Circular Letter 45-526, 28 May 1945. Copies Every person, if he !lives a normal lifer l n Ii I 11 -L a
are distributed free of charge at the Naval Ai at all, comes up against a crisis now and _
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, then. By crisis, I mean the unexpected event
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train
ing Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval that seems to threaten our life at some point.
District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, It can be one of a dozen things : a serious
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval illness, the loss of a loved one, a failure of

HospitaL some kind, the defection of a friend, a dis-
Rear Admiral Ralph Davlion
Commandant, Seventh Naval District appointment, and the like. The chances are
thief: of Natal Air Advanced Training every person who reads these words is fac

Captain Anthony.R. Brady, USN, CommandingJacksonville ing some kind of a crisis right now. The iil
Naval. Air Station question arises, what shall we do with it ?

CapUin Howard V. Hopkins, USN Commanding How shall we meet it ?
Naval Air Technical raining Center ,
The Chinese symbol for the word; crisisis }
Captain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN, Commanding
_ U. S. Naval Hospital a combination of symbols which means Ij

Captain F. W. Prleitman USNR. Commanding "dangerous opportunity." A crisis is usuallya
Naval Air Reierv Training Unit danger of some kind, if not to our life,

Lt. Col. T. C. Moore, Jr., USMC, Commanding: then a danger to our normal way of living
Marine Barracks and our settled habits. But a crisis is not

Comdri Jules F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding only a danger, it is also an opportunity, or
Naval Air Gunnery Rang
can be if we can see it. The dictionary de- 4)
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Captain Naval W.Auxiliary O. Burch Air, Jr.Station, USN,Cecil Commanding Field fines the word crisis as a "turning point." A -

turning point means that there is an opportunity I 1I
Cnpt. Alexander Aviation M. DetachmentThe Hearn. USMC facing us. I "Say, that's all this fuss about 'porthole-to-porUiole pay 1\e
Marine "
been about?
hearing
In meeting a crisis, then, the first thing I
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terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without is to be able to recognize it as such. It usu-
permission of 1 bEA.: Washington 25, D. C. Republication of another
matter, except by service publications, ii prohibited; ally comes in the guise of a threat or a mis- Commercial I l lJ
without pernuision of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. fortune, but it does not need to remain that.It .

can be an opportunity, if we are able to BulletinBulletins

Fund CampaignsFund turn that crisis to good account. !

Furthermore, not only is it necessary to : be accepted untilspace .
has been filled, but
raising campaigns have hit the Na- be alert to see the crisis, but it must be met than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230.no later

val Air Station of late in rapid succession, with courage. A man once discovered that

and it is hard to find new ways to appeal to he was gradually going blind and nothing FOR SALE
1940 Dodge. bee Brobftt. Bldg. S10, call
the generosity of NAS personnel. could be done to prevent it. At first he clung ext. 304 between 1230 and 1330. or I

First, just before the year's end, came desperately to his failing sight, depressed, 1941 Chief Hudson bheets sedan.eat. 8363.Radio and overdrive. JIM BRIDGER, MOUNTAINMAN

the Community Chest Drive with its many discouraged, and afraid. But he finally ac- Bicycle, American. flyer, excellent condition is a biography of one of the
combined in appeal. cepted the inevitable and |18 McBride ext. 8272. most famous American fur-trap-
worthy agencies one began to cultivate 1941 Chevrolet five passenger coupe. Excellent
of Dimes the National his of touch condition. Chief Dee!, 1219B pers and explorers of the West,
Next came the :March sense so that when his sight Hancock St.. NAS. See after 4:00.: written by Stanley Vestal. The
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis' effort to was gone he would have something to fall 1941 Pontiac two-door. Radio with five author knows a great deal about

raise money to carry on its fight against the back on. The minute he did that, fear and 1942 push Packard buttons.four-door Ext. 839 sedan., Halm.Radio and the early West and has written an

dread crippler, poliomyelitis, discouragement left him. He stopped trying heater.Phillip Reasonable.Senior B.O.Q.Lt., ext.(Jlrl 501.) R. B. historical accurate biography background with which a makesa vivid

The Navy Relief Society Campaign fol- to run away from that crisis and, accepting Officer'* bridge coat, blues, size 38.; chUfi good tale of frontier life.

lowed, an appeal which could not be deniedin it, went to work to make the best of it. white 2-2717., Mrs.cite 38 Clark; peacoat Mathewson., size 38. Phone If you have any interest in Mex-

view of the organization's fine work in Another thing needed here is the willingness Naval officer'* blue serge uniform, coat ico
site 40; sleeve 25 Inches, waist ill: leg or in Mexican art, you should
"aiding the Navy's own." to make the needed changes in our life length 44. Baby trunk, good condition. enjoy at least looking at the pho-

And now it is the American Red Cross and attitudes which a crisis demands. Very W.Baby F.auto Jones bed., phone Knee-hole 2-8848 desk 4143 Pinewood Mr-. tographs, paintings and drawings

which is asking for financial aid. Staggeringunder frequently it means that we shall have to Rd. which Miguel Covarrubias has used
Set of chief green, coat all* 37; trousers to illustrate his book, MEXICO
repeated requests for contributions, give up old ways and venture into new ways. size 82; hat, size 7. Also cap. SOUTH. The book is a history and
we are hard-pressed for an additional dollar. Every crisis that comes to us, whether it be CAP 2-4707 rate, Chief with Koaiewskl.two hash mark*. Phone exposition of life in the Ithmus

But we must not lose sight of the magnifi- large or small, brings with it an opportunity House trailer, silver dome, 22-foot. 1220A of Tehauntepec, the narrow strip
Hancock St., NAS.. ,
Clayton ext. 8273.
cent job done by the Red Cross during World for growth. After the crisis has passed, Miscellaneous furniture. 34S1A Taylor St., of lower land provinces separating from Mexico's the rest four of

War II, and the tremendous job which still things will never be exactly the same again. Folding Dewey carriage Park, Roger almost new, 1I44A Randolph the country. The author describesthe

lies ahead for that organization of mercy. They may be better or they may be worse, St.. NAS of or ext. 635. people, their religion, govern-
Four furniture. Cheap mustsell
'There are many hundreds of thousandsof but never just the same. And the person room at once. 1243 Cumberland Rd. Lt. ment, art, folklore, and culture.I .
who meets the men still overseas; there are as many crisis can be better or worse, Folding baby'. bassinette and Simmons
serving in the armed forces at continental stronger or weaker, but he will never be the youth bed like new. Perper, 1140A Ran in fiction the life of a trial judge,
dolph St., NAS.Living in his home and on the bench. The
bases; and there are thousands in veterans'hospitals same again. A crisis, then, is a turning point, room suite bedroom suite and author, Curtis Bok, is a judge him-
and Army and Navy hospitals. All and presents an for kitchen utensils Chief Watson, ext. 308. self and has
opportunity us to grow Bedroom suite, dinette set Used only five a fine gift of observation -
of these look to the Red Cross for aid in time upwards, if we are alert to see the oppor- week, Must sell by Friday. 1437A I and a subtle sense of

of need, or receive, without asking, many Red tunity, if we meet it with courage, and if Hollywood Child St.:; bed. NAS., like new.Harrar.Call Guffey, ext. humor.In FRONTIER. ON THE POTOMAC
Cross benefits. we make the changes in living and attitudes 400.
Majestic radio, console model, $50; wool Jonathan Daniels who has
Aside from the work with our armed that are necessary. rug, 9 x 12, S10; steam iron, 110. T. C. previously "discovered" the South
forces, the Red Cross has many duties on Chaplain. William R. Stevenson. Electrie Roger,stove 3533B with Craven tide:St.oven., Dewey Excellent Park. and New England for his readers,

the home front-disaster relief; nursing, condition.. 1100. Phone 9-W2: after 5:30 now views the Washington scene,
p.m.Table in wartime. The various
mainly capacities -
first aid, and water safety training pro- and chair set for small child. 1109'
SIGN YOUR NAME! Cumberland Rd. in which he served duringthe
grams; and blood donor work Its Overseas Two typewriter. 1433A Child St., NAS. Roosevelt administration gave
Emergency Relief is also an important func The JAX AIR NEWS endeavor to publish all Parker, ext. 492. him an unusual entree and he wasa
"Letters To The Editor" which do not violatethe Camera, flash gun, filter snd carryingcase.
Limb, Barracks 6. NATTC.' good observer. A
tion.The principles of good taste so that all legitimate Lelca camera. 1'-5, CM lens, H.2 lens, LANDING OPERATIONS
: scope of Red Cross benefits is too varied gripes may be aired and settled. It is our belief f'3.5 lens, F1.3 lens. Three light filters, by
t to enumerate. Its services, at times, can that such a course will help clarify and improve carrying ease Phone 7-8671 or ext. 223.Purples Alfred Vagts is an informative
.. that
and of
championship ')('11. Ext. 86t.! comprehensive study
not be measured in terms of dollars and certain conditions which would otherwise go un- Mr*. Walpole. part of military operations. "In
changed. On the other hand
we feel that
r: cents., But the Red Cross must have your voicing a complaint or suggestion and anyone who is FOR KENT Part I, Dr. Vagts considers the
dollars and cents to carry on. sure of his ground, should show his sincerity by Two-room apartment. Phone 7483. 'overall picture' of landing opera
Front bedroom, next to bath. On NAS
It may be hard, but dig down, and dig signing the letter. Our policy will be to print route. $I per week for couple Phone tions in history, and in the other
those letters which bear name 2-7619 after 1700. three parts summarizes the mill
only the of the
down The Red Cross needs
deep. your sup them. Four-room furnished apartment at Jacksonville tary landings of ancient and medieval l
port. Help put the drive "over the top !" I person submitting THE Beach with ocean view Available times, of the seventeenth an
EDITOR. May 1st. Mm. Neville, phone
-*- 2-598 after 1700. eighteenth centuries, and of the
Room with private bath for couple.> $15 age of steam The sequence of
Letters To The Editor she was asked to leave. per 25411 week iorbt or $50 Street per. month. Mrs. John., I landing operations is brought up
The Ship's Service Department is con WANTED I to the end of World War II, over

t' Dear Editor: stantly striving to improve its service. Dur- Ride from 1st Street:; and Mum to NAS two hundred pages being given to

t The 27 February issue of the Jax Air ing the month of February, several improve- for 1630.two Ext.girls.8222.Working hour OtsOO to war.the numerous landings of this last .

News contained a letter from "an enlisted ments were made. Our photographic devel- Guitar player l for small combo band Ext. t <
479, C.
WAVE" with reference to the Mainside oping and printing service has been reducedin MahaffHyLO.ST "Say, pop, did you go to Sunday

Ship's Service Department. As there are cost by 60 per cent. The watch repair de- Penroat bearing the mime! F. P. Adcotk School" when you were a little

many misrepresentations in her letter, I partment has reduced prices by over one- lout Game after at NATTC the NAS-NATTC Auditorium Basketball Monday boy"Yes son regularly'''"

I should like to take this opportunity of giving third and has been placed under the super- rncks night. B.If. ext.found S22t.notify Adcotk Bai I'll bet it won't do me any

you the real picture.In vision of an expert watchmaker. Provisions good, either

the restaurant and fountain, out of have been made for a special-order desk to

a total of eighty seats, only four are reserved order furniture, jewelry, flowers, fruits for ChanceContinued

, 1 for Ship's Service employees in order that shipment, etc. The candy and magazine counter ( from Page 1)

they may eat their meals as quickly as pos- has been moved to larger quarters to to the United States he worked At the Station Chapels.. BirminghamRoad
sible and return to their sales counters, bar- make it possible for our customers to browse briefly with TWA Airlines, going and Mnitin Arena

ber shops, tailor shop, cobbler shop and other through the magazines before buying.We back with Chance-Vought to pilot 0730 Protestant
duties. The only reason for keeping this realize that there are still many im- the experimental Corsair. E.-Holy W. Andrews Communion. Chaplain

table reserved is to provide the best possible provements to be made. Time and labor stud- trols Not of only the first did he Corsair handle in the produc-con- 09JO Andrews.NATIL Service-thaplnin) E. W. .

SERVICE to our patrons by keeping the ies are being conducted in the laundry and tion, but he later conducted experi- 0930-Sunday School, Small Chapel.
Chaplain W. R. Stevenson.
time required for our employees to eat at tailor shop in order to reduce prices, if possible mental flights in the OS2U King- 1045 Divine Services-Chaplain F. I..
a minimum. Constructive criticism by anyone will fisher observation scout plane. At Albert.
However evidently can't reador be welcomed at time. But present the veteran test pilot is Catholic
our .
WAyE any we earnestlyask piloting the XF U-1, the "Flying 0700Mass.0000Mae.
at )least doesn't believe in following regu- that our patrons be reasonable and co- Pancake". In this unusual aircraft, (1100-Masi...

lations. Even so, there was no difficulty at operate with us to make this Ship's Serviceas 1 the pilot lies in a prone position. An Outdoor Nursery for small children
I the booth until the WAVE pushed our employee's fine as possible. Mr. Guyton Is also the author of and 1200.Is maintained between 0900-
two booke, Air Base, published in Jewish RcUcIous Service and
) clothing from the unoccupied LT. E. C. WHITE
I por- 1011, and This Exciting Air, published Fellowship Hour
tion of the booth to the floor. At that point Ship's Service Officer. in 1942. 1800-Friday In tile Small Chapel

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::1 ', Engine Overhaul -by Carl "'. / &I'I: With deepest regrets we are
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; laYf'r-our grapevine furnished losing our chief clerk, Donald A.
us with a news item of interest Woods, who has been with this department -
Griffin
.1 won one of the many beau- seven Mr. Woods
years
to many of you here in E. O. and tiful door
prizes. has accepted a position with a
A&R. Bob Hutchinson
throughout ,
Lena Geddings and hubby are Jacksonville
I Jewelry firm. We wish
our former time clerk who is now
planning to get a brand-new homeon St you ajl the luck in the world, Don!
\ furthering his musical education in I the Southside and _
we are pret-
; Chicago, is going to take the fatal I' ty sure that there's going to bea Peter Capps, who transferred
:. leap in the Windy City March 2nd. house-warming shindig as soon from this department to Green
Bob is a mighty fine organist in it's Cove Springs several months ago,
as Of
completed. that'sjust
course,
.. w wx is returning to assume the
I,': addition to being a personable and a But it's f positionof
rumor.
, no rumorIn s?
,'iII; intelligent young man. His talent, ( fact, it's a roomer) to CleveA. chief clerk. Welcome back,
interest, and ability are certain to Pete--we've missed you!
Hill, who's the proud fatherof 9 9a
'. carry him far in his chosen field.4' an eight-pound boy, born Feb- Van Wagenen (Design) has just
It is also of interest to note that ruary 18. Did someone mention learned that he passed the State
,} his bride-to-be is quite a musician cigars ? Mechanical Engineering examina-
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own right. The nationally-famous Tampa v Congratulations, Van Wagenen -
.a f E. O. personnel were treated to Gasparilla Festival had two of our !

; a sight never before witnessed in fellow-workers as spectators. Har- Here's a little news for you

'j Engine Overhaul on February 27th old Garrett stopped off on his way I bowling fans. Engine Parts took
when the quartermen of this Dit. to St. Petersburg for the Shrin- the Supervisors in camp Friday

.. vision got together for a group ers''Ceremonial and for the annual :$ e night at the Springfield Bowling
: photograph. This rare spectacle boat races. Emilie Gensinger got : Center, winning two out of three
t.'. materialized when "Baldy" Maus- some excellent pictures of the pirate games. Jones of Engine Parts
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many IT ISN'T EVERY DAY that Public Works is called upon to game
on and his hair combed. Rumors set of 520
floats. being very closely
reline one of the station's many boilers with new fire-brick. But the
t have it that the first three pushed by Reiter with a 502 set.
Propeller Shop versatile maintenance, section, at home crawling under buildingsand
attempts to photograph this
group -By Emilie Krickson' on roof tops took the boiler assignment in its stride last week. The Supervisors were unable to
failed because of the of the
r glare dome. I We are certainly glad \o hear The relining job at Power Plant No. 1 is being done by C. F. Madsen get going until the last game when
photo-flash on "Baldy's" bowled
657. W.
they H. Crevasse
that daughter June is getting alongso and W. L. Weeks, above, of the Mason Shop.
One of the primary difficulties (the little man behind the cigar),
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encountered in writing this column nicely after her operation. Daddy who seemed to be unable to find
;. confronts this scribe after Heath certainly doesn't have the head
day day inspecting Diplomas GivenP. pin in the first two
that worried look
when we get certain items con anymore. games, got going in the last game
cerning certain people which, Anyone needing information on TheInspectors W. Employees and turned in a 204. McKinley
uiough very interesting, cannot be a good used car, see Slim, Hat- Amos, and Eby were off their

published for obvious reasons. It's ton or Carlson. And some people Diplomas( for satisfactory completion games all the way. The Rountiees
to have all the luck! Firsta
like love letter in which seem lost two
writing a of a thirty-hour coursein games to the Electricians.
'r one must confine himself to new home and now a new car! Bill Rountree
remarks Instructor Training under the was high man for
f about the weather and. poli- How about some information as to By HELEN I1URNETTE Navy Work Improvement Program his team, having a 447 set. C. O.
.. tics. when we can come- to the house- Lieut. Comdr. John C. Allman, were presented last weeks Browh of the Electricians was

It is with deep regret that we warming? I assistant Inspection Officer, his a group of Public Worksemplojees. hitting them right on the nose,
of. the death of Earle In every bunch there seems to wife and three children are taking turning the high set for the eve-
Brown's mother at her home in be a champion. Slim is the I a nice vacation in Marlin, Texas, Brink- ning with 207, 159, 183 for a totalof
tflearned Jonesville, S. C., February 2th. I feated champion since he unde-I: It's a small town in the largest Recipients were George 549. The Carpenters took the
: man, DeVaughn Willie Chason!' ,
Earle was home last week on leave after playing the first state. We know they will have a Control Group for two games. Pa-
Leis E. Cheatham Edward C.
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and left his mother seriously ill 'checkers. good time and will enjoy visiting jic, the Carp nter's big gun, was
Goldenstedt, Barney C. Hart,
when he returned to work. Upon Anyone having information on relatives. off his game but managed to end
William A. II Thomas
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his arrival back in Jacksonville, an electric ice-box, please contact Chief H. K. Hollis proudly announces Gilbert D. up with a set of 461. Nelson, who
Johnson
Prescott ,
:J Earle learned that his mother had T. P. Melxell, Shop 713. the birth of a 6 lb. :5 oz. Mills, James G. Mills{ Arthur has been hitting low for the last

) died while he was. enroute.1'ersonnel Landing Gear-By W. D. Estes son, Michael, on 26 February. Congratulations W. Moates, Jesse F. Nettles, two weeks, came back with a 443
and Administration- From rumors circulating around to and the MissuJ set for the In
t t, you John R. Roche, Jacob Teats, Jr., Carpenters. the
g'; by Dot DIckson-After a brief trip the shop, we hear that J. P. Phil- Chief.E. and Clifford S. Wemp. Control Group, J. Richardson hada
to New Orleans for the Mardi lips has some very bad nightmares S. Summersill and his wife set of 482, and close behind him
f. Gras, ye ole reporter is still gab- What causes them? Maybeit's have taken their baby back to I I was Wilkins with a set of 441.

bing along. Let's everybody get on something he ate or maybeit's Johns Hopkins for another treat High single game and set honors
the ball and give with the news. the new system Progress has ment. We sincerely hope this will I went to the mighty C. O. Brownof
A course in compulsory courtesy in effect now. Anyhow, we hopehe prove beneficial to the baby, Ed, SUPPLY the Electricians. Engine Parts
is contemplated for the IVb's who doesn't shoot anyone. and that further improvements showed the way in team high set,
refuse to line up at the time clockin Our leading man J. VV. (Gran- will result. cj kicking the pins down for a set
the afternoon. Should this fail, a nie) Jones, went fishing Saturday. Marvin Price and E. M. Jones, SALLIES of 1837.

representative of the FBI may goon He caught one catfish. Come former inspectors, were visitors on II Bow Rountree was elected treas.
,,,. duty to charge violators with come, Mr. Jones, you can do bet- the station last week. urer of his team on Friday night.
breaking and entering. ter than that. Famous last words of Chief D. The following week he failed to
Chief Marek is the proud daddyof Robert K. (Sinatra) Lambing is E. George, when checking out of show up. Reason? Well, it's rum-
a baby girl. The candy and cig- building his own home. From the the department: 'Tis been a good By CLARA E. SPEER ored around :Maintenance that he
ars were enjoyed by all. blueprints, the living room is 31 fight, lads and lassies." was afraid he'd have to open his
Ellen Messer has returned from feet long! And with a large fire- We extend a welcome this weekto Our own Jack Sharpe was one wallet and his pet moths would

her trip to Washington. Iva Mc place, too! Boy, what a place for M. J. Mayer, ACMM, who was of the lucky people who were able get out. However, Bow's story is
Lean got jealous, and even thoughshe a shop party. Talk it up boys. transferred here from Memphis, to be in New Orleans for this that he went down state on a fish-
didn't go North, she took a We are glad to have E. L. Smith, Tennessee. Chief Mayer is assigned year's Mardi Gras-and his trip in' trip. Catch anything, Bow?
tour through the State of Florida. our senior division supervisor, back to Engine Overhaul Inspectionand ? was packed with thrills and excite- George Clarke has returned
r> Poor Art Reed has broken his with us. Mr. Smith has been sick we sincerely hope he will en- ment. In addition to reveling in from a three-week vacation, and
thumb playing basketball. for a few days. Hope you are feel- joy working with us. the streets jammed with merry- Earl Barnett Is now taking five.
I Lt. Carr must have stepped over ing better, Smith. L. E. Kluska, S2c, recently married makers in gay costumes, his party Lucky people!

f the Florida line to catch the ter- Mrs. Trant, our progresswomanis is now living ashore. His attractive visited most of the well-known Did you know that Donald
5 rible cold he has. off sick. We sincerely hope fora wife has joined him in eating places and the better-known Traer (Trouble Desk) is to be

J.| Mr. Quina and secretary have speedy recovery for you, Mrs. Jacksonville where they are making night spots in the Old French married in June? that B. J.
moved away from our community. Trant.If their first home. She came Quarter, including Pat O'Brian's, Dockrell is still lookin' for a girl
f: The "Shiek" seems to be in mourning anyone wants to know how to down to watch over you, eh, Lou? the Old Absinthe House, and the who can cook, keep house, make
v 'cause he can't see his harem plant tobacco, just come around Court of the Two Sisters. They his lunches for him and who does-
and see our Shop Planner, Red him dance. ate frog legs at Clucks, shrimp n't have bad
j', anymore! We'll visit you once in a any habits? that
|> while Just to say "howdy." Bennett. Interim Overhaul is really a roumellade at La Louisane, crepes Jeff Mims does his family wash?

'! The mailroom now has a new Pumps 8i VaUeB-By Amelia Holt busy place these days. Just drop I suzettes at Arnaud's and broiled that E. B. Etheredge has a
7 home. Everyone is aboard, includ- We wish to welcome our new by Hangar 123 and watch the chicken with wine at Tujaques. great-grandson born last week?

Ing Chuck, who has been on leave. supervisor, J. E. Reilly, who was planes roll out! While roaming down Royal Well Nora Prentiss certainly
h Engine!ring DhlJlon-by fred transferred from the propeller Plant Dh'islon-by Walter Kivlere I Street in the French Quarter, they has nothing on the women in this
'?- E. Clyne-This week is just an- shop. We also wish to welcome the -Lorance (Pop) Turner, one I came face to face with our own department! At leL.t they won't
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" other one of those weeks with the sailors who have been transferredinto of the oldest employees in Plant I ex-WAVE, Marcella Billups. Mar- tell this writer anything. So if you
.i same old routine. Everyone waiting our shop during the past few celebrated his 65th birthday Monday cella lives at 715 Royal Street and all think of anything you'd like to

till payday rolls around soK I weeks. February 17. The employees the whole party immediately ad- see in print, how 'bout givin' us
4'., he can go to town Saturday and Last week-end was a big eventin of Shop 1484 remembered the occasion journed to her apartment, where the word either by phone or ;yard
T t,*. spend it. When Monday comes, the the lives of some of our people. by presenting him with a Marcella brought out a bottle of mail ?

:. cycle is complete and he waits. till Florence Barlar went to Daytona nice birthday message signed by i| very old Scotch in honor of the
next payday. Beach to the international motor- the entire personnel. We would occasion. went all the way back to pick him

Last Friday night the bowling cycle races. Charlotte Maddox like to add our congratulations Stock Control is amused at the up. They all got to work just before -

league had that big "whingdlng" made a trip to Macon, Georgia, to and! are looking forword to reporting constant ribbing indulged in between the bell rang So remember,
(pardon the expression) when the accompany her mother back home his 85th. Fred Quina and Felix Men- it really pays; to "cast thy bread

trophies were presented to the after a short visit in Jacksonville. Ralph Bowen, the "Buda" King, del about each other's branch of find upon it the after waters for "thou shalt
winning.teams. There was a gala Sumner made a trip to Miami. We reports that he and two other service. Fred served in the Navy many days.
" floor show, too, with a couple of 'don't know whether it was businessor fellows went fishing over last and thinks the Navy perfect. Fe- Cupid ran rampant last week
in the
,1: ," noted actors from Engineering. pleasuse. Sumner isn't talking. weekend on the Ocklawaha River lix belonged to the Army Air Fiscal Group, and the scene
,)., They were actors, too, in one senseS A warning to some of the folks and, landed the daily black bass Corps and kids "Anchors Aweigh" of r action in each case was Folks-
ton
t S..: ,:'I.,;,. of the word, but we'll not go into who like chewing gum. Be careful limit, one of which weighed 9 Ibs. Quina by insisting that the Army ried, Georgia. Thelma Shanks mar
.I. from whom you accept it. Or were We are going to follow along with I really turned the trick which won Grady Conner, who is connected -
.' that.Buzz Gamache and his tribe of you one of those who chewed some our camera on the next trip and I' the war. And so it goes! In spiteof with the Florida Power and

i:;,. unsuccessful trophy snatchers I of that "hot" red-pepper stuff? bring back the proof. It would appear ,: this, they are the best of friends, Light Company:: on February 18th.
' didn't come out so well at Savannah Interim Overhaul-by France that the poor fish will get a and Sundays and holidays find Charles Pait married Iva N. Barr,

f I last week in the bowling tour- 1'oe--Mr. Everett, quarterman, en- rest this week-end because Walter them golfing and fishing together February who t< is employed 22nd.; at A. & R., on

', nament. joyed the Quarterman and Lead- Scott says he won't be able to goon II Bernard Broughton (Receiving) AT RANDOM: Overheard
! Nick and his associates account of the cold weather. on the
golf ingman Association Conference in "cast his bread upon the waters" Supply elevator one cold
.;," didn't fare so well, either, in the Washington, D. C., last week. Assembly"' and "after many days" a portionof lately, "It was so cold in our morning bathroom
.t F first golf match of the season. Chief Damask received his or- No folks, Dh'i"lonbyom"I it has returned to him. In 1941, : this I -
morning, didn't do
. s, Bill MacFarland is back from his I ders and is leaving us shortly. He i ng you, this IS the Assembly Division I when Sarah Gardiner (Procurement ice to my bathing. I feel that jus I
& ;"' leave in New Jersey. He's now will be missed around Interim. after "long time no see." ) parked her car one rainy only got dry cleaned." .Ella
r r bending over the drafting board to Robert C. Luten is our latest We, haven't had much to say lately, afternoon about where the band Eppler (Administrative) took
r .:- take up his time. Bill, what's this I proud father. Reports are that he but we shore are goln' to speak shell now stands, her car simply day off last week to help celebrate a
' : about the fire going out over at I has: a fine little son. out from now on. refused to start. Nobody offered the birth of her nephew. It ....)

your girl's house and you had to Murphy, AMMlc, is! wearing avery We have had quite a few new hpr any help until Mr. Broughtoncame her brother's first baby, born February was
return to the. barracks to get bright smile these days. It employees report to the division out and lent a hand. He 24th Procurement is
warm ? could be the 30-day leave that is recently, but limited space prevents cleaned and dried her spark plug, glad to have Victor Frees back at
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ACCESSORIES DIVISION :coming up soon. welcoming them individually and pushed her car down York- work after a two-month illness .
" Instruments--I5y Hob Cook This is our first opportunityto So: to all of you, glad to see ya, town. Three times he pushed her, Dawn Cheves (Stock Control
The instrument and gyro shops welcome Miss Joanna: Jordan to and we hope you like us until he was sure the car would 1 spent several days last week at)

L, best represented A&R with a big the Division Office. We also have Free Cigar Dept.-Frank J. Bod- Pensacola. She visited her son who
y turnout at the Iwo Jima. Anniversary quite a number of new shop personnel ziony has a new "double tax ex- run.Sarah hadn't forgotten despite r eerily returned from overseas

L; I dance at the Mayflower to whom we extend a hearty emption" in the form of twin girls. all these years. One cold morning duty Shirley Collier (Procurement -
"" Roof Garden on Saturday, February welcome. At last report, father and children last week when the thermometerstood ) enjoyed last week-end at

22. Everyone had an enjoyabletime A certain chief in Interim Overhaul were doing okay. Tom Carter at 31, as she sped down Wildwood, Lane Fleming (Dia.
"' and Dave Lundin is to be waa told that he resembled also reports an addition, a girl, the highway, she spied' Mr. posal) flew down to Tampa for
& ; congratulated on his super-sales Gene Kelly. Seems that he really and he says he wishes his new Broughton standing beside the the w k-end. From there she went
j efforts in getting our crowd out took it to heart. Drop by the Division daughter would get a. sleepy as he road. As it was late, at the next to Clearwater for deep sea fishing
for this smashing success Mabel, Office someday and watch does along about 3 a. m. intersection: she turned around and with a party of friends.

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&titovi OfftcM for NATTC Section Room 137 m AimlnUtratlon UuitJiiiv 5e0-A. 1Kit.\ tOi.

Editor a 3T
Arthur T. KtHiUunikull I Slo

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NATTCTIIUKMIAY Sh p
I'KTl HED; IN Hlb: top phou ; "I till ? eYL
-BOOMERANG with Dana Andrews and Jane Wyat ., \\Iii
are seven r the: enlisted personnel
Shows at 1815 and 2015FlllUAY ...
1 that received awards in the 1
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AND S.1THU.THE RED HOUSE starring Edwai Commanding Oftlcer office last "Ij
G. Robinson and Lon McAllister. Shows at 1815: and 2015\ on Frida Friday noon. Front row left to j ,

and 1100, 1815) and 2015: on Saturday. .ight: Grant Leroy Danmm rt

&UM1AY-THE ARNELLO AFFAIR with John HodUk\ ai AQM3c. Navy Unit Commenda-
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Francis Gifford. Shows at 1100. 1315: and 2015.MONDAY .ion Ribbon, Clots i Edward hL- ti :

I AM Tl'KSWAY-I'LL BE YOURS featuring Deam Jrown. AOM2c, PresidentialJnit ,, -. -,,,fI"
Durbin and Tom Drake. Shows at 1315 and 2015. Citation; Joseph Paul Far- -

.ell, AEM2c Presidential Unit
WtUStsn.YTHE: : LONE HAND TEXAN. Show at 1815 a.. I
2013. Citation: with Star; second row, First Glass Graduates From

!eft to right: Neil Alford Jones,

I'll UHSUA CALENDAR GIRL with Jane Frazee and Williaijhows VMMlc: Jessie John Ryland, i Aviation Officers School
MarituU. : at 1815 and 2015.Yellow\ Supply
VCOM; Willis: W. Lindstroin.VCOM .

; Henry Darrell Travis,
I Rear Admiral Slarrow Presents
WaterTHUHSDAY VOMlc. All received the Presliential Certificates:

Unit Citation. In the pic- I Fifteen Officers Complete Courso of Instruction .

-NO SHOW.I'UIDAY .ure on the l left Is Alphonse La-
On Monday afternoon February, Hear Admiral. G.
AND S ATUK AY-SONG OF SCHEHERAZADE staring voie receiving the Navy Unit
Slarrow SC USN Inspector General of the Supply Corps
Yvonne de Carlo and Brian Donlevy..SUNDAY Commendation( from the Commanding
Officer of the Naval presented; graduation certificates to fifteen Supply Corps
-BOOMERANG with Dana Andrews and Jane Wyal Officers& upon successful completion of the course of instruction -
Air Technical Training Center at the Aviation Supply Officers' School.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY: -THE RED HOUSE featuring Edwai Captain H. V. Hopkins.
G. Robinson and Lon McAllister.VKDNiSDAY Admiral Slarrow stated that he deemed it a pleasure
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and privilege to be able to attend
\ : -THE ARNELLO AFFAIR with John Hodiak an and participate in the graduationof ; ;

Francis: Giffoid. this class, the first class of
THE WORD. Aviation Supply Officers to
com
1'Ul its DAY-NO SHOW.THINGS .
plete this school since its transferto
the cognizance of Chief of Na.
TO DO-ABOARD FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL val Air Technical Training and
the Naval Air Technical Training

FLEKVS INN-Beer sold nightly 1730-2130, Center, Jacksonville
Student News

Bldg 517. Sandwiches and snacks available. Oftentimes: a student will ask "Of what value will learning Admiral by Captain Slarrow H.was V.accompanied Hopkins,

l' one of the rates in the Navy be to me in civilian life?" Commanding Otncer, Naval Air

ItOI'LING--SIx alleys In Ship's Service a.vall- The writer decided to get together some information and Technical Training Center and

,ass it on in the hope that the dope might make good readingtor Captain Staff Roark Montgomery( SC,
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, Supply Officer Naval ,Air
in future
those who are interested a good salary.All Advanced Training Command and

1700-2130. League games have priority. of the rates cannot receive ltions the Seventh NavabDistrlct. aa wellas
stales in Aircraft.
treatment In one Issue, so
just by Comdr. R. B. Winfleld, SC
atch this: column for future infor- Civilian Uses: of the Inspector General's Office.

SWIMMING-(All Outdoor Pools Closed) Indoor lation For Use in fundamental electrical Captain Hoark Montgomery delivered -

Aerographers Mate: systems for power plants-assembly .j a short address immediately
Pool Bldg. All Recreational Swimming. Monday WORK IN THE NAVY: preceding the presentationof
disassembly and check.
The Aerographers Mate la the
certificates.
through Friday 1800 to 2045.\ Saturday 0900 to 2015 "Weather man" of the Navy. His (Tractors, Aircraft Automobiles impressed upon Captain the graduating Montgomery

Sunday 1300 to 2045.NA1TO : uty Is to collect prepare and distribute Buses, Locomotives-Street cars officers the fact that the school'
0 weather information and -Appliances. is not to be considered the end but
1 \ :advice to all Naval units and ac- Generator, motor repair and rewind rather the beginning of their train-
LIBRARY Located In Auditorium. :ivltles He must observe record shops. ing in aviation supply. The school

n Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to Jt\ .1nd forecast all elements of the Basic knowledge useable in any was established and is designed to
weather at his station and be pre- electrical trade. I Mathematics furnish them with a broad background < -
2100. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun Information the "
dared to give on handtooU-batteries). knowledge of the Aviation
day 1230 to 2100. veather at another station to pints I of Supply System and how It oper-
Applications searchlights
or anyone who needs: this in- ates, and to familiarize them with
.ormation He with his knowledge power, light Are control and instrument the means and methods of
nd. instruments must provide training (light switches per .1
ATIILKTIO GEAR Available at Gear Locker movie forming their duties as Aviation
: last, and future mforma- machlnt's-carbon: arcscircuitsthermostatspower -
present I Supply Officers. The officers were
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fayslcal Training Department Bldg. 513.TENNISRacquets ion to be used in planning any sys reminded that a, constant effort to
tems.
t /Aeration whether a short flightr improve and increase his knowledge
-
: and balls available at Physical an Class 25 of Aviation Fundamentals .
landing
a major pn enemy is required of every ofticer if
Training Bldg :513.: J each. : School graduated today. the Aviation Supply System is to
Work in Civilian Life: The honor man was Haugen O C., retain the high regard and esteem
After returning to civilian life, Jr., with a final average of 8516 it presently enjoys. Captain Montgomery
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE he Aerographers Mate can con. Obert hails: from Vancouver, Washington also gave emphasis to the
mue in the same line of work, us- fact that while officers trained in
JACKSONVILLE: IU\CIltS-Buses leave at frequent interval ng the same, codes instruments, R. A. Grabar Jr, finished witha the! Aviation Supply Officers'
horn new bus station at Clay and Adams tsam e as Navy). Surf bathIng .nd! procedure that he used In the final average of t--a very School will for the most part bo
ana other recreation at one ot worlds finest: ocean beaches. Bu .\avy. He may work for a civilian close second Raymond comes'from assigned duty in aviation billets
fare 25c. .Air Lines, the U. S Weather Bu- Miles City, Montana. they should not neglect the at
eau, or for a private organiza- talnment of a well rounded knowledge -
CANOEING, FILMING, AND BOATINGS Cedar River on Sat ion, but his work will remain the The Indian of the of all aspects of supply such
Juan Mt lfnu. Take Lake &noie UJa three blocks from last stop 01 dame and will be done in the same interpretation aj clothing and small stores, ship's
won! "Wyoming" is a .
San Juan Row Boats. -two hours, SOc; canoes-$100 per hour; moto. manner. of Maugh-wau.wama, which corruption mean j service' commissary, disbursing,
boata- M.Ou: per hour nv' to eight people per boat. .\VIA TION ELECTIUCIANS "The Large Plain" I and etc., which will assure them
tATE I of being qualified for assignmentto
billets of ever increasing responsibilities
Navy Experience: I .
\ Moles are the most Important .
Fundamentals of
Electricity -
wild fur-bearing animals of the V _
Lighting circuits, battery malnte? I J
NOTICEThere British Isles and! 'mole farming"is
nance, warning and auxiliary clr- .
cults. highly lucrative there The battle of New Orleans was .)
are now openings for members in the NATTCOrchestra. fought more than a month after

The Hand has several active engagements ators Learns' and generators reverse current, voltage relays regu. For the first time since 1942 the 1812 signing: between of peace In the Warof

each week for various ortfani/alions, clubs Divisions anilschools. Knows magneto" Burch: and the United States ilurmij the first II i United States England and the

J Anyone who has musical experience on an instrument Scintilla, electrical instrumentsand quarter of la I/, will import n\ore
las and oils than it
should contact 1' F. llaye at Welfare, phone A.P. circuits-the Mark 18 I exports.
unaight circuits and electric tur- Seaweeds have no roots In a general -
8l.'J2: leader of the Orchestra, or A. T. Koutsonikolts,
r6tll. Enough plastic artificial sense, only holdfasts
or
eyes an-
phone 208. at Public Information, Hldg. 500, who is the Knows electric propellers, auHilary I are now being made to replace( all chor.% They absorb air water and

liU2 inesH Manager. power units, and halt practicalxp I human eyes lost through accidentand salts ea.s -_ rience in line testing ana: in- disease. through the surface of their fronds.t .


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:Fisher FinalistIn : HIGH-SCORING RAIDER I Raiders Top Dublin S J j



1947'' N. Y. E '[ Lose To NAS Fliers f !:


Golden GlovesJack Z w 4 ''I AL HE1UNINGSON SCORES 39 POINTS; i iAE1Y :1
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Fisher. NATTCs leading f1 IS CLOSE WITH 34 POINTS \f fj

fighter, has advanced to the final : .q j t
round of the New York Golden The high-flying Air Raiders easily scored a 86-57<<) vift.

Gloves by virtue of his victory over 4R F tory over a weak Dublin Naval Hospital team in a tilt played I

Neil Holt of Huntington, West Virginia y at the NAS Auditorium last Friday for the privilege to participate -

in the Semi-finals Tuesday in the All-Navy Tournament to be played at the end

held night.in The Madison championships Square Gatden were of the month at Great Lakes, Illinois, but in their conference -

last night but the results were too game with the NAS Fliers last Monday, they ended on

late to make this edition. 4R. the short end of a 72-64 count.

Fisher who will be rememberedfor Dublin Trounced 86-57 ,

several demonstrations of boxing The Hospitalmen were behind TEA BLASTS TIM t
against worthy opponents such from the beginning, and with Hen- ,
as Ron Bondy ran through tough nlngsen tallying a 39 total'for the
opposition in Jacksonville and evening the Raiders almost dou- MAD SLIPS BY DIN I

earned the right to compete in bled their opponents' tally. "Al",
New York If 'Isher won last night the Air Raiders' star center, playedone LEAGUE PLAY
lie will go to Chicago to fight in the of his best games for this season ,
National Golden Gloves Champion- ; His uncanny ability at shooting TEA and MAD retained their
ships. Charlie Hearn 112 pounderof easily set a high 39 tally top rating in the Ship's Co, Intramural '

Jacksonville, also won a decision I' The Dublin boys were cham- I Basketball League, novrmoving :
Tuesday night, to become a Clnali \ TWqs pions of the Sixth Naval District, Into its final stages. TEA
roared home with a 52 to 22 tri-
t. and the games with the Air Raiders -
F Seventh Naval District cham- umph over TTM, helped along by
Fisher was voted the outstand- j ''the 13 points of Allen, and the
pion, chattered their hopes for the
ing; boxer and had the best chanceof I All-Navy Tournament. Marines. Although the going was

advancing the farthest in New Raiders Suffer First Conference tough at times, the Marines finally
York, if anyone did. Jack has been I Low ; came out on top over Disbursing -
stationed down in Yellow Water I :
Receiving their first setback in by a 36 to 33 count.
mid NATTC for nearly a year, and ten conference starts, the Raiders I Disbursing appeared about to
in the time he has been under the I throw another monkey wrench in
lost a decisive game to the NAS
tutelage of Al Simbaldi, has shown the Marines'
Fliers! Florida's State Champions.The ; plans as they were
a marked improvement in boxing $ final tally, NAS Fliers 72, playing fine ball, being as much as
and punching skill\ He fights in NATTC Air Raiders 64, broughtthe I nine 'points ahead In the second
the 147 pound class or Welter- undefeated conference recordto I half But the Aviation Detach-
weight Division. I I ment's leading scoring a Qt'. Pat
an end. NAS Fliers have lost
I I Connelly, brought his team back
two conference this
games season,
..... and they regained the l lead, and
one to NAS Banana River and an-
yQaRn ---"" -- ,,,,,,,,,, ,.. "" ...,,---'- "" other to the NATTC Air Raiders. r went on to win.
<(NO.< 22))-nrT CHAT'S A NUMBER!Tits the number of a By far the outstanding playerfor Other games of the week found

top-flight cage performer--- 'Al' Henningsen "Al" in the Raiders' the evening, T. S. Ary's totalof ,I TOA defeat its so-called blood
game against Dublin Naval Hospital scored a total of 39 points, an 34 points can be considered in- brother TOB by a score of 31 to
all time NATAC Conference high. trumental in the defeat of the 15, with Forrey for the A school
hitting for 9 points and Duke Le-
--- -- Raiders, Al Henningsen and "Doc"Johnson
Hullier sank 8 for the B
points
,, lh 1r. NEWS OF THE WEEK: to tie for, both second.had 21 points apiece I school. TAF won out over Med..
f AOM I teal 72 to 50 in
by a high scoring
The Raiders journey to St. Si-
Thoughts of a broken down columnist Sailor Too Tall ; mons, Ga., this weekendor two I game. Leonard of TAP was high
the editor's calling for SHORT SHOTS more conference tilts and to NAS with 23 points, Also, TCT won by
the contribution Oh oh for forfeit from Material, and in return
To Get Discharge Banana River the 15th for yet another I
Home news Material won a forfeit game
from TAI since that team has
Jt would be nice to run a story TOA administrative staff has J E. "Shorty" Gillespie reportedto Having no scheduled: games aft- dropped out of the League. ,
and picture on Ch. Elec Mac Isaac the hospital for survey and then er the 15th the local quintet will -...
undergone a recent change. En- --
Generator Phase Officer, who is sign Turlington, former Division separation from the Naval Service be working out daily in prepara-

waiting orders but, there isn't Officer, and; Chief Gunner McCauley last week. You ask why? Well tion for their major engagementin Have You
the time for pictures Just what former Training Officer get a good hold on yourself and Great Lakes, Illinois. Who
would I fay about Mr. Mac Isaac Lt. brace up for a shock-Shorty was knows, they have as good a chanceas
have changed positions. Sutton Contributed
anyhow that we don't already Officer in Charge, has stated too tall. anyone else to take the National ?

know well, I could say, whata that this change will in no way If you do not know him by his Title. The Red Cross Drive at NATTO

swell guy we all think he is effect the policy of the school. name, surely you must recognizehim got underway on Monday with
and a heck of a good sport. Not by his stature. His nickname KOT1CE Chaplain E W. Andrews as Chairman
to mention his salty stories and "Shorty" is derived from his height I The Department Heads and
This week's honor man is from which is 6 feet 64 inches tall in SPORTSMEN I
pleasing manner and the party we Division Officers were informed
class and is Donald Davidson
ale always planning. We hope he 18. his stocking feet. Last Thursday Anyone interested fencing at' their regular Monday meeting
Don is of the L. A. and
doesn't have to leave us because one boys morning he reported to Sick Bay or archery or both may contact j that the Red Cross Field Director
.. when his four done in theNa.vy I
we would like to keep him for our years are end thence was transferred to the Chief Denny, Tel. TSS-tSS. on the Station made 879 loans
shipmate in the AEM School! he plans on returning to I Hospital for a checkup and then Robert AgnEw and Camille amounting to 124,091, and 317.
California to attend
Think I will stop by Lt. (jg) college. discharge. The checkup or exami- Ageu, formerly from Phih'ladflI; I of these loans were made to
,Brunson'a office. What's this? a The week's graduating class is nation was to see if perhaps Gil- i phia, have volunteered to teach I NATTC personnel in the amountof

letter what's you know class 19. Many wheels around the lespie had an overactive thyroid.He one and all interested parties t $10,623.00, during the year 1946.
it's from one of our former students school go when this class departs has grown frpm 6 feet 3 when tie skills of fencing and arch- I Over this same' period of time

let's see what S. B. AR- For instance: Booker, Courtney, he enlisted to his present height. cry The Agnrus have attended there were 154 grants to the
LINE, SlcAEM( ) now stationed Doerrler, Essex, Forrey Gilpin, Gillespie has been taller than j the Santelh Fencing School of I' amount of $649.65 given \jo our
in Bainbridge, Ga., has to write. Larson Stratton, Furch, and McCarthy I most people all his, life, he says, Nets York and ham bct\ ardent personnel, and over 12.000cases
Hum, he has that he has benefited Men to replace these graduates though hastens to remark that he j aicordsinen for years. I handled through the local Red
greatly by his recent tour of dutyin are in class 32; Bryant: Can- was the "same heighth as everyoneelse Cross Office
non, Grenshaw, Esch, Gane, Mar- when he started in the first I
Cross
the AEM "A" School Imag- Two elf owls, 2'a inches The service of the Red in
Turner Vienna, Welch, Ramsey about the fourth tiny
lay, grade. Along
ine that! Maybe 1 had better quote tall have been found in the Joshua verifying requests for emergency
,
the following, "It is my personal Howell, and Smithson are the grade is when he really started Tree National Monument in California leaves, loans for travel, help givesen
opinion that no other naval organization new trainees. shooting upward at a rapid pace. I the farthest west the to families of service! men. and
S At that time, he was already 5 feet species I
is conducted with the '' has ever been discovered.In I assisting in the general welfare of
efficiency and fairness toward's Its Frazee was near to tears whenhe 2 inches: and upon starting in high the men and their families, is an

personnel as that of the AEM saw his valiant bowling team school was 6 feet 1 inch. I' the' Spanish-American War, almost indispensable part !in life
Ar- lose 2 out of 3 games to TAF bya Shorty enlisted in the Navy on I to service
School. My, my, pardon me Wyoming was the first state to our personnel.
line while I powder my nose off 11 and 3 point margin. The ord- 29 May, 1946. His home is in respond-to the call for volunteerswith I The Red Cross has helped us

our mirror-like floors (just fin- nancemen won their second game Montgomery, Alabama. i a full quota. I in 1946, let us help them to give
fished the spring cleaning.> by over 75 points. The ironic {I the same service in 1917. Join the
touch was, when TAF first counted Red Cross now! Your $1.00 mem-
Basketball i
Lt. (jg) Cooley, Sparky The word strawberry originallywas
mentor, tells me that the BIG total score on the fgial\ game, T\VATE R "strayberry," indicating a bership will benefit some of your
TOA appeared to be winner by 7 OW
shipmates during the year. Time
TOA Game is coming: up tonlte plant which strays from the parent -
pins, but a recheck: showed an er- might prove that it may even help
(Tuesday) hope we are still plant in all directions.
addition and TAF was {
in a t7D
ror you
in line for the tournament boys
3 winner.
that TOA game and the Disbursing pin ----
SV tilt Wednesday, ought to tell pteJ;

the story.! New addition to TOA ship's League Standings I

Hubbard tells me that AINS- company includes, Lietz, McVey, i
and Keown. Also Chiefs Parker I
WORTH, a first string Sparky
and DeRou e. Wable has been It will be nice to
I sure see some SHIP'S CO. BOWLING
is leaving for duty as an '
player,
AEM. Ainsworth has played with transferred from TOA to Maryland more sunshine in this burg. Cold Naval Air Training Athletic Con- Team Won Lost Pet

the Basketeers from the start of for treatment in a Navy "A" weather gets old faster than all ference Standings: TOB 15 3 .833

the season and kept a consistently hospital. Mercier Bain and Felles get out. When the sun doesn't Team Won Lost Pet.NPFB TAF 13 :5 .722
high point average. "Good sail- are all due back from leave this shine everything looks gloomy but MAD 10 8 .556

Ing" Ainsworth, to you and you week and Johnson should be back today is payday so I guess we can Ottumwa 10 0 1.000NATTC TOA 10 8 .558
shipmates early next week. O'Neal has been weather the storm. Jax 9 1 .POO TEB 10 8 .55B
kind enough to take over Phillips Now here is the TEA ((1)) 9 9 .500
big opportunityfor
Fur those in the school who have job the first hour in the NAS Jax 8 2 .600
messenger some real entertainment here Disbursing 7 11 .389
asked me about the "Y" parties morning while Phillips goes to at Yellow Water We want all the NAB Banana River 7 3 ,.700NATB TEA ((2)) 6 12 .335
Huba
will be Huba
there a
Barn Dance at the "Y" on Sat- Seamanship school. boys interested in wrestling to see Cor Christi 6 3 .667 TLT 6 12 .333

uitlay, 7 March at 2030. S t .Lt. Gerstl and get the necessary NAS Whiting Field 6 5 .M,51 Personnel 4 o. 14 222
"Shaky" Carlin expects a blessed tips on wiggling at the right time, 5 .roo
Ward Isl. 5
We were very happy to have event (that's a baby Luke sometime etc., so we can get matched up. NATTC OFFICERS' BOWLING LEAGUW
5 6 4M
Captain Hopkins and his guest this next week Now don't worry about previous NAT I'E'nsarola Team Won Lost Pet
NATTC Memphis t 8 .333
afternoon.
visit us last Friday experience because that isn't necessary 2 8 ,200 Training 7 3 .700
Incidentally let's all save a few Chief Lindsey has ruined the love at all. Same thing goes for NAS Glenview Dental 7 3 .700
0 9 .000 ....
NAS St. Simons .
dimes and quarters and plan a.big life of Smathers, Furch, and Rogers boxers or boxers to be. Got to 0 12 .000 Administration 5; 5; .500
AEM Party real soon. by suggesting that they remove have fighters for Smokers you NAS Dallas Civilian 1 55; >> .500

That's all. the fuzz on the upper lip know. Again a call goes out for TEA 4 6 ,400

eli- before he did it for them. They the sons of Yellow Water, All you SHIP'S CO, BASKETBALL Civilian 2 2 8 .200
A total of 206 women are serv- now look neater, but lack that sex young scrappers ages four years -...
ing in stale legislatures, accordingto Appeal that kills the women, and and up tell your Pop to enter you Team Won Lost rct. NATAC Conference scores:

the Democratic and Republican girls too. in the Yellow Water Bouts. All TEA 8 1 .889 NAS Jax . . .. 72
national committees. ., officers and men with sons see Lt. MAD 8 1 .889 NATTC Ward Island . . 67

LUXURY TO NECESSITY: Gerstl for particulars. TCT 6 2 ,7501 I NITS Ottumwa .. 54

Forty-nine dependents of Mex- (SEA) _'Luna Park, Coney We must let you know that if TOA 7 3 .100 NPFS Ottumwa ,. 56
ican War veterans still were on Island's famous old amusementarea you see Paul Mackai walking Disbursing!! C5 3 667 NATTC Memphis .. 72
the pension rolls at the end of recently razed by fire, will around in circles talking to himself TAF I 5 I 5 ,600 NATTC Memphis ,. 79
1046, be converted into an area for it is because he has two girlsin TOB I 5 6 .MO NATTC Jax , . 64
housing 625 veterans and their his life We understand that the TAB 4 6 ,400 NATB Corpus Christ 61
Common mustard seeds remain families. The area will contain 16 one back home has been given the Medical 3.7 ,300 N ATB Pensacola . . .. 34

alive in the Boll for many years. modern apartment houses as wellas word by someone unknown just TrM 3 T 300 NATB Pensacola .. ..... ... 34
They usually will not grow if bur- Its own shopping and amuse- what's going on here In Jackson- Material 3.7 .222 I NAS Dallas .. ...... .. 19
ried more than two Inches deep. ment center. ville. Yes, it's really rough TAI 0 8 ,000 I NAS Dalian . .. .. 211y
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I Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 6 March 1947




t j I Justiss Wins CPO Golf Tourney; I



i o Patty Berg Sets Course Record _


i. By Doug Crocket, S2c ; thee
one will play Chief Jackson in .
After two weeks of bitter compe- fInals.

\ 1 tition, the CPO Golf Tourney Saturday night, Patty Berg
1R3 x reached its climax: early this week Women's National Open Champion,
when Chief Robert G. Justiss cop- awarded the prizes to the winnersat
t ped the prize in the championship the CPO Club. Justiss was
d'a flight and Chief Hughes was awarded a set of Wilson Woodsfor
"i1' crowned champion of the second his victory and the runner up,

flight. I Chief Tally, was presented with a
Chief Justiss was never better I pair of golf shoes, 12 golf balls,
I than when he played a blistering and a glove. '
k game to rout Chief Tally five up Chief Hughes received a set of
I lvI and four to be played in the final Spaulding irons and 12 balls, while
game: of the tourney. Justiss shot a Chief Gallitano walked away with
I spectacular 38 for the nine holes I a pair of golf shoes and 12 balls
t 9 3I The CPO champ has been playing Present at the gala affair were
I golf for many years and amonghis I COmdr and Mrs. Shlfley, hosts of
many accomplishments is. the I Miss Berg.
I II driving championship which he I Saturday. 1 March, Patty Berg

Bopped in the 1939 San Diego I gave an apt exhibition of shots toa
i M Annual Olympics.The gallery of over 200 people and
M f winner of the second flight I then teed off In an exhibition

Chief Hughes, topped Chief Galli- I match with Phil Friel and Jack
: : tano one up in the closest battleof Harvey, the two station pros.
I the tourney. For 17 holes the I When the match was over, Patty -
., lead see-sawed back and forth until was the new holder of the .
Chief Hughes finally broke away; women's course record with a brilliant -
: ; i ABC Champs Again to win the match. j 78 for 18 holes. She picked

The winner of the first flight up a 41 on the first nine and her '
THE J \\ N\M' FLIERS
has not yet been decided as Sgt. I I37 on the way back gave: her the
n>'ked up then second straight I Maj. Alliffi is out of action withan record. Friel totaled 74 for the

"'Ie,nda ABC basketball tourney infected foot and is not able to : course and Jack Harvey was close

c hampion'-hip:: last week-end at play Chief Nelen to decide which |I behind with a 75

the Jackson High gym in Jack-

-...mille". Seeded as the number I
Schillizzi Takes Decision In
<.t'e team of the tourney, the
I Fill'I'S. under the tutoring of I
c nulr. Ray Pflum had little
tn uhle in copping the championship N. Y. Golden Gloves Opener :

/ In the photo above are, I -
Of the two NAS boxer who
kit to right assistant manager
climbed i the his dais to- thelighu'eight
nercuiody featherweight
: through !
lank Dobson, T. E. Ary, Jim
ropes of the ring in Riclgewood division
DeC.toote Art Reed, Evie Davies -
and manager ChiefV. I Grove Arena in Brooklyn New: I I I Theis. outweighing Hernandez,
\\'right. Second row, left to York Monday night to face the I had the advantage but on the
right, Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Ru- cream of the crop among eastern whole the match was fairly even.
amateur pugilists, only one battledhis When the decision was announced
bmo, PT Officer; Comdr. Paul E. I
way to the semi-finals. there were scattered boos throughout -
Em rick, NAS executive officer;
i Cookie Morris, Al Henningsen, Henry Schillizzi 118 pounderwho I the stands: from the spectatorswho
Whitey Skoog, Harry Platt, smashed his way through the thought that Mike had taken
Buck Buntin and Coach Ray Jacksonville Golden Gloves with : the bout because of his brilliant
two took the decision and I
kayos boxing.
Pflum. At the left, Horace A. i
I v Cunningham state commissionerof won semi-finals the right to compete in the The gap in the lightweight class

the American Basketball Con- Tuesday night. was caused by Eddie DeCore, an-
a e gress for Florida, is shown congratulating Schillizzi had trouble making the i> other NAS fistic master, who slip-
Whitey Skoog for weight In New York, and after ped in the hotel and injured his
having been selected as the most vigorous training shuffled out under nose. DeCore was having trouble
valuable player of the 1947 tournament the lights to meet an oppon- with his weight and thus was lost
t J Whitey won the same ent who was in far better shape. one of the Jacksonville team's high
award last year when he played Weak as he was, Schillizzi hopes.
with the Green Cove five. fought the only type of fight that .
he could, moving steadily and try-
1 ing to outbox Maneleos Demos of .
Competition Keen In
Miami, For two full rounds, Schil-

Four Teams Vie For Intra- I Jax Navy SwimmingTeam lizzi's brilliant jolting footwork left kept jabs him and out his of Officers Pin LeagueThe

trouble, but late in the third roundhe Officers' Bowling League,
Meets MiamiAt
Mural Basketball CrownWith weakened considerably and let now in its second week, seems to
the Miamian land a few choice be headed for a banner season if

only four teams left in the race in the intra-mural Indoor PoolThe wallops. The judges gave Schiliizzi all the enthusiasm and spirit
a unanimous decision and shown in the initial matches is any
basketball championship playoffs, the competition is get- Jax-Navy swimming team qualified him to compete in the indication.The .

ting more strained each contest and the final game shouldbe which placed fourth in the recent semi-finals. league will be in progress

one of the best ever seen on the Mainside hardwood.The NATAC swim meet, will churn Mike Hernandez was the other almost every day this month andis

four teams left in the round robin are Flag Unit, through quest of foam-flecked victory this water Saturday in Jacksonville fighter to show his slated to terminate on or around
and Mike 10 April. Results of the past week
wares on opening night,
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Hospital, VSB Officers, and Publications when it meets the mermen from
ATU No. 6-2658 ATU
was matched against Connie Theisof were: ; No.
Out of these four, only NAS Grapplers Miami at the indoor pool. Buffalo. Mike had put on nine 4-2468; A & R-2978; Executive
The local swimming squad will
Flag Unit has already reached the pounds since his Jacksonville vic- Department-2750; Seventh Naval
be comprised of athletes from both
finals, and the other three quin- 'Face PensacolaFour NAS and NATTC when they splash tory and was forced to jump from District Operations-2959; Supplyand
Accounting-2918; and VSB
tets must battle it out to decide their way through the nine inter- '
members of the NAS wrestling the 400 meter free-style, and the Flight No. 122838; NARTU--
who will meet Flag Unit for the collegiate events Saturday.The 400 meter relay. I 2258.
team took off in a RiD yes- Jax-Navy combination's
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championship.The terday for Pensacola where they -- --- -- ---
chances of beating the fine Miami
Hospital quintet and VSB will compete in the NATAC wres- team further NAS DIAMOND COACH I
tling championships. were hampered ear- .-. h "' ", ".._ ......----,_ ._ h"Y" __
will play tomorrow at 1530 on the ly this week when Lt. Com r. Ny- l

I Mainside Auditorium court andthe The four members of the team berg came up with an..injured leg. _. ?
, winner will face Publicationsin are R. L. Kloberdans Sic; F. E. Nyberg placed third in the NATAC -... "" .
the semi-final. The winner of Hayward S2c; M. Klemman, S2o; championships in the breast stroke ....- -.:- '
...
that game will go into the finals and H. H Thiede, ACMM and Is a big gun of the Jax-Navy t0.tm "-: .!; ? Rf
; 300 meter medley team. _:
against Flag Unit some time next -
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week. i The events listed for Saturdayare .. ..
Flag Unit is the likely team to TOP MAN : the 300 meter medley, the 1' Sa
200 meter dash, the 50 meter dash I
win the pennant, as they playeda I
the 3 meter dive, the 100 meter L
postponed with Hospital
game e _
freestyle, the 150 meter breaststroke > .
early last week and, though under
the 150 meter back stroke, .
great pressure, they came out victorious ;
and reached the playoffs;!
Since then they have hit the vic-
tory trail and are waiting until Fernandina Bows

the rest of the tourney is over .
,
I before they take to the court for To WAVES, 3420The
the last time.
t YES basketball sextette r .
boosted its season wins to 15 last

EM Bowling Loop Friday night when the girls top-
ped the Fernandina American Leg-
Again In Action Jr ., inn team 34-20. at Fernandina The

hit. game, was never in doubt as the
The enlisted men's bowling I j Y WAVES jumped off to a quick .r
league which bogged down a cou- start and never lost the lead.
ple of weeks ago was off to a fresh Instead of their usual practice

start early this week, and under nf shooting from all angles of the }
t the excellent supervision of Chief court, the WAVES passed perfectly -
Robert R. Koser. the loop is now I until they had an opening and
on the road to success.. i then worked the ball into a set

In the first week of competition I up slot.
the VSB keglers took the lead by The score stood at 12-10 at the )I ss .
pinning defeats on VM and IATU I end of the first quarter and then' s ax
I Both A & R and the Marines aref' I Laddie Vladeff threw in three'i iI -
i TilE UIVNEU o' '_nt championship quick buckets to put the locals far
undefeated to date, but they have I ir)
\ not been in action as many times : rlitfh' ,t 'he (TO Golf 11the lead. From then on the

as the VSB squad. Here Is the way tourney was: Chief Robert G. game was in the bag as the score -o__ _._______ ...... ___
1\ stood 23-16 at the half.
the teams Stand at present:
Justiss who shot a brilliant 38 High scorer for the game was Till: NEW COACH tot' the 1917 edition it the NAS baseball

VSB 2-0 for nine holes to top Chief Tallyin Laddie Vladeff who threw in 13 nine will be Ens T. S Aiv, all around athlete ot NAS and first

i Marines 10A the final rounds Justiss, lead- points, followed by Skipper Edge baseman of lost year'9 excellent squad Ary la shown looking over
with seven markers. the trophies captured by NAS teams ot yore, and though he is only
of ,
1-0 chief Physical Training
& R ing
The WAVES will take to the blessed with two returning players, he is hoping to add another cup
IATU 0-1 was in top form, and his calm, I hardwood again tomorrow when to the already overflowing! trophy case The mentor has participated '

Photo Lab 0-1 cool game was\ too much for his they tangle with Miller Electric as in three sports at the Air Station to date; football, baseball, and

VM 0-2 opponent j a prelim to the Flier game. basketball, and is looking forward to his new role as a coach.

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