Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vol 4-No. 51 20 March 1947

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





k pp has been as busy as Times Square in the

( I past two weeks, as far as visiting naval dignitaries are con-
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I Last week NAS and NATTC were official hosts to Capt.

S A. J. Tyndale-Biscoe and Commander C. F. Kemp of the

\ I British Admiralty Delegation Washington, who, in keel
I --- with the wartime of
-- -- ing practice
r' a : v f i : exchanging training methods and
ELEVEN ACTIVITIES technical experience, visited here
last Friday andSaturday..
OVER THE TOP IN During their brief visit here,
I Captain Tyndale-Biscoe and Com-

RED CROSS DRIVE mander Kemp toured the air stat-
I ion and the training center at
With the annual Red Cross fund NA TTC. Extent of training in the
campaign nearing the home stretch I various courses training methods
I and maintenance of aircraft
eleven activities here have already
deported! 100 per cent participation discussed
On the USS Yosemite
I Since less than two weeks remain -
docked in downtown Jax and the
in the drive department
city played host to Rear AdmiralS
: representatives were being urgedto
: complete the canvass in their E Beatty, his staff, and Captain
: Gd I respective departments so that the James F Benson, skipper* of
entire station will be able to boast the Yosemite. They were met bya
delegation headed by Captain L.
a 100 per cent record.
Activities which have concluded Y Mason Chief of Staff Com-7,
include representing Rear Admiral Ralph
their campaigns :
f 'S S"S 4x% gsy 1. Medical Dept.Thaddeus Davison, Commandant, Seventh
a, H Newsome Naval District who was out of

(Civilians) $ :5.50O town at the time.
T. Adams (Military) 3D.23: I Vice Admiral \V. H. Blandy of
Atomic bomb test fame is scheduledto

+ S R Total $tt.75 arrive by plane from Key West.
Fla, tomorrow morning and laterIn
PATIENTS AT TilE Naval Hospital were entertained last week by Professor Quiz the famous 12. Executive Dept the will Admiral
day accompany
.j radio quizmaster when he displayed his less publicized but equally diverting talent for card tricks. Lt Comdr. J. A. finer Davison to inspect the 16th Inac-
After puzzling the ward patients with his sleight-of.hand tricks, the Professor put on a show at the Theodore(Military)Fritch, Jr. $62.00 tive Fleet at Green Cove Springs
Hospital auditorium Admiral is tour of
(Civilians) 37.03 Blandy on a
naval bases in the Florida and

CcinScdlors Spell? Here's Chance Total $99.03 Caribbean area.. .
.1. 3. Mainside Personnel Office.
Lt. Louise L. Edelman i
Civilian $ 2.00 Night Club Show
To Prove To Public Thai They Can Military 31.90
Will Be PresentedBy
Are sailors -- ---------- ------- -- '
good spellers'That Total $33.90
was the question this weekas 4. Marine Barracks.V. : Welfare TuesdayThere'll
the personnel of NAS Jackson- I The Change In Nursery \ O. Hilton Hamilton

ville were Invited by the Jackson- Hours Is AnnouncedThe (Military) $59.50 I. be big doings at Main-
ville Journal to participate in its Court MartialWhat 5. Public Works Labor Dept .1 side Auditorium Tuesday evening
city-wide Spelling Bee. I Nursery in Building 1101, (Colored) as a prelude to the regularly-
It's not kid stuff, either. Many I W. H. Crevasse scheduled movie.A .
prominent civic organizations are It Should sponsored by the Navy Wives I (Civilians) $H .75 gala night club show featuringacts
entering the contest, including the Mean To YOU! Club, announced a change in hours 6. Chief Petty Officers right out of the floor showsof
Junior Chamber of Commerce the early this week. On Wednesdays, Club $150.00 Jacksonville's swankiest nits
American Legion, the Lions Club, the nursery formerly operatedfrom 7. IATU I spots will be presented by the Wel-
the EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fare Department starting at 1900.
and others. For NAS to win 0800 to 1200. It will now remain Lt. G H. Robertson I
event would be a feather in our second in a aeries articles by the (Military) $37.00 In a breezy, hour-long variety
caps. station Legal Officer. Because of open from 0800 to 1800. The 8. Physical Training Dept. show personnel will see and hear
its it is being published in rest of the schedule remains unchanged such headline performers as Jim
The idea is for all departments length Lt. P. J. King ..
two installments. The conclusion Lewis, vocalist, now at the
and activities to get up teams of (Military) $300 my
their own to represent their respective will appear in a future edition. Mrs. Ruth Stephens of Cohen's 9. Industrial Relations Dept. Peacock Club; Olga Anton, mod
departments. These would By LT. COMDR. DREW MARTIN Department Store will be the guest Henry B. MasCerson ern dancer, from the Embassy Club
conduct eliminations to determinethe Legal Officer speaker at the club meeting to- Military $ 1.00 and the George Washington Hotel
best spellers in their activities.The "Let's go over the Hill," Is any- night at 2000. (Continued on Page 2) I (Continued on rage 2)
winners would compete in a one ever really that blunt about It?
spell-off to be held at Mainside It seems almost impossible, doesn'tit MARINE RESERVE GENERAL VISITS HERE
Auditorium by Charles Small of ? Where are you going? What "

the Jacksonville Journal, Contest are you going to do? HOW MUCH ,. .,. ..1.
: Director, to pick the station champ. DOES IT COST? These are the Iii Nt$ ..\-
He, or she, would represent the fundamental questions and they -- ;!! '*' .
station in the finals at a radio apply Just as much to those who
broadcast in Jacksonville. remain absent over leave or lib- tr.1r.1.; OMM.
do to those who ;
Activities wishing to participated erty as they go .'

.. call the Jax Air News for AWOL ,. > i"'v
details. The net result of unauthorized < .. ,
further .
absence in the Navy may not take I !f' N' ..
quite the same form as the same I \< ,
absence from a job in civilian life, I .
but how often do you see a man .,', ', M(:- r .
I .
his with- ::" "' .
in civilian life leave job 'Of
Division Trains out permission, go off to Miami jr I i;: ,t- !If

r Timbuktu and have a hope in the I ., 5
To Improve Skill world of having that job if and I S S' < m ;

when he finally returns? Its true '
\ See Photos on Page 2)) he doesn't get tried for his absence; i y
f nor does he receive any confinement I $ :
To the luckless pilot who Is
The point is, society justdoesn't ,
I forced to crash land here, the
have time to keep John i
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the NAS
training now being given Doe civilian on his job, and if ht'doesn't k
l Fire Division well I
Crash may
think enough of that job
t make the difference some day between I I
to stay on it, then he will lose that
life and death.
6. job and find the next one much {' l lwr
The: entire division is now under- harder to get. It might not be too
going a course of training to Improve bad an idea if the Navy should
its techniques in battling adopt that principle certainly ,I
aircraft fires The school is a mo- then only those would be in the '
bile unit having headquarters at Navy who \ {ant the Navy, an I I
NATTC Memphis Lt. H L. Lively those are the ones whom the Navy |
I la the officer in charge really wants.
.I' Six men make up the instructor After this absence la over, and e
I staff of the unit. Headed by Law- you're/ faced with a court martiala --
rence Severy, ACMM they include deck court if it was your first ,
William Riley AFClc; Kenneth offense and of short duration; u
/ Roadinger AOM3c; Perry Forester summitry court! martial i/ you area !
l Sic; Mike Cottrell SIc; and repeater or 'if the absence is w r 1IlKIGAninil (
Dilbert Beauchamp Sic longer, but under thirty days; or
I' The unit arrived here nearly a general court martial if your ab- GENERAL C. .". SCIULT Commander of Marine Air Reserve Training made an,
three weeks ago and will wind up sence is over thirty days, in which inspection tour last week of the Naval Air Res erve Training Unit here which contains a Marino I
its Instruction here tomorrow. The case you are usually charged with Air Reserve Training detachment headed by Lt. Col. R. A. Black. Pictured Immediately after the gen.
f j course is of five days duration DESERTION then and only eral's arrival are Major Thomas E. Mobley, Jr., Or ange Park Fla., commanding officer of Marina
\ r with the classes split into groupsof then is when you really begin to Reserve Squadron VMF-144; Lt. Col. Black; Capta in [<'. W. Prieatman: commanding officer of NARTU; 1
12 men. In turn, the group is.. think. You start answering tho,,') Gen. C. F Schllt; and Lt. Col Reisweber, Lt. Col! R. M. Baker: Major Lewis Dollman, and Major FeldU
(Continued on Page 3)) (Continued on Page 2)) mer, all members of General Schilt's staff 1
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IT IS JUST MATTER seconds for the students at the NAS crash fire schoolto pletely obscured in smoke and flame two members of-the-rescue crew reach the cockpit

rescue a pilot from a flaming plane and then extinguish the blaze. In the dummyrun and drag the pilot to safety yarrow (3) In the short space of nine seconds, the pilot
pictured above fire fighters move in for the rescue completing their job in a I, has been rescued and now the crew starts to lay a blanket of foam over the blaze.
I breath-taking 26 seconds I ill' The fire trucks arrive as the flame starts to 41 The stream of foam is continued but it is being deflected off the fuselage to cool I

toward the cockpit where the inert form of the dummy pilot lies farrow). cOYn-j the plane as well as to lay an even blanket of foam over the now dying flames. The
was spilled about the plane in order to simulate actual conditions t 2)) Though fire was completely extinguished just 26 seconds after they went into action.

Engine Overhaul, On Schedule For A Year, ElevenContinued

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Looks Forward To Greater AccomplishmentsEDITOR I Civilians 29.50

E NOTE: This w the -- -- ------ --- --- Total $30.50
third and final iMtallmtnt of the accessories, tanks cowling, fittingsand training valuable both to them-1 10 Yard Dept
story of En Oitrhaul The nrxtarttcit connections are assembled as selves and Engine Overhaul in the I I Fire Dept.
m tht tMrrntt AdR aeries I a unit so that the entire assemblymay past six >ears Even now, some of I I I A. R. Van Landingham >

will deal with Management Engt- I be quickly and easily remov- the enlisted personnel who mastered nt'enMY. ed from the work stand and installed -. the intricacies of aircraft engine By J. F XELKA, AC MM 11 VO-ATU No. 6.
I in aircraft fuselages whichare mechanics are earning their The bingos at the CPO dub con- Lt John Posthumus
Valve clearances are then obtained -
completing overhaul in the living in a civilian capacity in.the tinue to be increasingly popular. (Military) $6260
and the nose section is
Assembly Division of Assemblyand division's present production lines. There was another recordbreaking .
brought up from the subassemblyshop Repair. Much interest is displayed in the crowd on hand last week The

for which and installed it is marked.on the Magnetosare engine Now as Engine Overhaul is getting athletic programs, too, by Engine prizes were larger and the grand Night Clubs
Overhaul personnel, civilian and total was greater by at least $100.
back into peace-time production -
then installed and timed to Continued from I'age 1
everything is along military alike. Each :year, Engine The club hopes eventually to be
I going
the engine. The completed engineis I smoothly. Lots of changes have Overhaul has two or three teamsin able to boast the largest crowd on Rainbow Room; Estell Craig, singer
then pie-oiled to protect it upon whole from the Rainbow Room Karl
the Assembly and Repair Bowl- the station. ;
taken The war-time
place. -
and to determine if the personnel
starting peak of 1,000 employes has ing League, and every day, duringthe Some of the winners w'reV.. and Nena, dance team, also from
will leak in some cases. The
engine Rainbow Room and Gene Fad-
work stand is then rolled dropped to 424. Lt. Comdr. Cook lunch hour, the action is fast E. Quinn, ACEM, TEB from NAT- ;
engine I den acrobatic
and furious on the Engine Over TC Mrs. Michael E. Gerine of
has long since returned to civilianlife ;
into the test cells whereit
modern. Hank well-known comedian
is removed from the work stand and Mickey Reese has been haul Volley Ball Court. 1334B Randolph Street; M. H.
who has seriesof
just completed a
transferred to lead another division Engine Overhaul is justifiably Kennedy, ACMM, ADU; P. C. Ba-
and installed in a test mounting.
I However, these men have proud of its record for the past cle, CBM, Building 501, NATTC; engagements in Miami, will
Newly overhauled accessories been replaced with other experi- two years and is looking into the : Howard D. Lee, ACEM VR-L; J. act as master of. ceremonies.
are brought in from the accessory enced personnel who are a creditto future with much optimism. If L. Quinlian, ACM; Mrs E. E. (put-
shops and installed on the engine.Oil the division. Lt. E. B. Smolensk the general cooperation of per- I put) Etter of 1413 Child's Street;

and fuel lines are connected, is Division Officer now, and, as sonnel and spirit of good fellow- I Mrs. Felix Hibbard of Orange Court Martialw

and the engine is ready for test. mentioned before, some of the old- ship which prevails in the division I Park; C. I. Cundiff, VR-1; and (Continued from rage 1)
The engine is started and brokenin timers are operating in the key continues Engine Overhaul will go Mrs. G E. Rush.
but the I first three question: Where did I
slowly, power is grad- Charlie on to better its previous records.
ually increased to its operating supervisory positions. I > The only difficulty is that folks got What did I dot What's tAt
peak. The performance of the engine I Hart has moved up as Senior Ci- I seat themselves too far from the price t

is regarded critically, and mi- ,I vilian Supervisor, and R F. Mau- NAS EDUCATION OFFICE announcer's table Let's get up Againou don't have to be honest
sert and ,Yo J. Ken the
'on are closer, players.
nor adjustments are made during with the Captain at mast, or
two group supervisors. George RECEIVES MORE QUOTASFOR Fifty people turned out for the
the test runs. Any major dis- I even with the court when you are
Taylor and George Repoff are two showing of the Army vs Navy
crepancy necessitates removal of SERVICE SCHOOLSEight tried, but you cannot escape the
the engine from the test cell and others holding responsible posi- football game and the repeat of truth yourstlf. Was it worth the
tions. service schools are now Operations Crossroads. cost? You this out in
return to the minor Repair shop, can figure
March, 1917, will concluqe one non-rated who have Come fellows let's to
a section set aside for this purpose open to men on, try terms of self respect or dollars'
in the Final Assembly Shop. year of constantly meeting the eighteen months obligated service make it next Thursday eveningand and cents. You who missed a train 1
Bureau of Aeronautics engine or who agree to extend for two show Chief Boos that his efforts fault
Repairs are made here, and the once through no particular
engine is retested. Upon satisfac- schedule requirements.To years, it was announced this week aren't in vain Remember, other than bad judgment, or who
tory completion of an engine in this date Engine Overhaul by the Station Eudcation Office. the movies are free.Congratulations were delayed because of terrible '
personnel have always received the AMM school at : AM in order for
Memphis, are
weather and in few
teat, the engine is delivered to the I reported a
Preservation Shop.In largest slice of any award presented school at Memphis, and AEM Chief and Mrs Rex Jackson of hours late settle back in your
to Assembly and Repair school at Jacksonville all will convene 1114 Allegheny Road who are the chair; these lines are written for
the Preservation Shop, the personnel for Beneficial Sugges on 7, 14, 21, 28 April. AMM proud parents of a baby son, Rex those who intended to leave and
engine and carbuertor are preserved I i tions. Engine Overhaul is justly school has an allowance of twentymen Arnold Jackson, II. Why not call who didn't intend to get back on
internally and externally proud of its participation in the and AM school needs 40 men him "Junior," Rex ? It's a baby time in
or ever some cases.
against rust and corrosion. The I Beneficial Suggestions Program while AEM school has openings boy for Chief and Mrs. Keister of (To be continued)

engine and accessories are enclosedin I and John Hoffman, who is doing for 11 applicants Child Street. This makes the third --- -- -- I .
an air-proof, moisture-proof, i such an excellent job in his assignment On April 14 and 28, AEM schoolat little boy for the very happy couple ested in the coming Bowling Tourney -
huge. pliofilm envelope which is I as Beneficial Suggestion Investigator Philadelphia with .a quota of Lots of luck to both of you please submit your names to .
r then twxed and delivered to Supply is a forrper Engine 7 men and CTO school at Jack- We understand that Chief Swee- a member of the entertainment

where the engines will await Overhaul mechanic. sonville, with a quota of five, will ney had the good fortune to caddyfor committee, the bartender (Mana-t

j shipment or installation in air- I Knlid IVrxmnrlThis begin a new class. Horton Smith in the recent ger.), or any member of the Boardof

r craft story would not be complete One man will be sent to PR, Jacksonville Open Golf Tournament Governors before Tuesday,
Engine Build-Vp if the excellent efforts of the enlisted I school at Lakehurst on 14 April, How did you like the experience March 25 For further informationon '

Another function of the Engine I personnel were omitted. while 14 more will trek to AERM Dave this tournament, see Chief Malone .

Overhaul Division u the Engine From the day Engine Overhaul school, also at Lakehurst on 21 Chief Kline defeated Chief Hoy- or Pierce.
Buikl-Up section which is not to started to function in 1941 downto April. Eight more applicants will dick in their recent match for the Who is the chief in AAR who

be coNfused with the shops mentioned this day, the bluejackets haTe be sent to PHOM school at Pen-. medalist prize of the second flightn painted his car a beautiful pale
heretofore. In this shop, been an integral part of the struggle sacola on 14 April, \ their CPO Club Golf Tournament I green with dark green trim? Believe
complete engine assemblies are for success It is not possibleto Further information may b .obtained Congratulations to you, and his name is Vattim
erected in flight position in engine imagine just how many enlisted at ih e Education Office, keep' youf head down. I thought you were going lo, trade .
mounts on huge work stands All j I. men and twomen have received I But1d' 954., I S. Any of'you:' chiefs who are inter it in for an automobile?


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rI Win Hough.. S'Lc ,

QUESTION: Where would you like
I \o live when you get out of the
service and why?
Crosse, Wise '
"I want to live In Wisconsin, be-
w H cause I think it's the best state in
the union"

I +- "I'm going back to live where
the blue grass grows and the : Week Day* %()OO. Wrrk-ends-1430 and 3000. .
/ moonshine flows"
Pfc. HERBERT POST, Columbus, .
Ga. "THE THIRTEENTH HOUR", with Richard Dix. Mystery.

"I don't want to live in any certain FRIDAY
place when I get out. 1 wantto DANCE, Air Station Band. Starts at 2030.
jy travel around and see the world. SATURDAY A>D SUNDAY
I'd like t* go to Alaska for one "SEA OF GRASS", starring Katherine Hepburn and Spencer
place." Tracy. Selected by Louella Pardons in Cosmopolitan Magazine

PERRY BROTT, S2c, Milwaukee, Movie of the Month. It is a spectacular drama. Considered by critic
S S Wise. as movie of the month.

"I want to go back to Milwaukee i MONDAY
because I like the climate. I par "THE IMPERFECT LADY", featuring Teresa Wright and Ray
ticularly like the winter sports." Milland. Drama for adult audiences.

"!>Infe charcoal became so source I'm using the toast they nerve CHARLIE PALTIER, Sic, Sterling TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
over at the mel'l*liaU." Conn "SMASH UP", with Susan Hayward! Portrait of an alcoholic.:!
-- "I'm a 20-year man and right Reviewer's rating: Excellent. .
''j \ now I don't have any idea whereI Night Club Show at 1900, Tuesday, featuring entertainers from
,4 ; Hospital want to live when I get out." local nite spots.

vine, Ohio. "THE BRASHER DOUBLOON", starring George Montgomery.
"I want to go back to '(}od's Mystery.
Chatter Country' Ohio, and go to Ohio

CIIUDOHA WHITE J. E. MacDONALD, Sic, Philadelphia .
My SKiriT.K tDGt:, SpS)3c) I lly Pa. Show Mart at 2000.

Spring will be a little late this The Hospital Softball team is I II "I want to go back to 'Phllly' THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
year It.. just around the corner, now under way. Practicing, assigning where every form of entertainment "IT HAPPENED IN BROOKLYN", starring Frank Sinatra 'and
and I'm all for going after it. To I places, and picking men for can be found." Jimmy Durante.
prove it. six of the WAVES took our first team will be done some I II ALLEN PEARSON, S2c, New SATURDAY
off for Cedar Creek to do a little I time this week What we needmost York, N. Y. I "THE BRASHER DOUBLOON", with George Montgomery.
fishing Fish caught Ha ha, none ,I is a pitcher a pitcher witha I "I would like to live.In Los An-
fast ball who also knows how to SUNDAY
But in the process, Vivian Belts, geles. It has a warmer climate
SK3c, decided to go swimming I swat 'em! Why not come and try and all of the night life that one I "BLONDIE'S HOLIDAY", featuring Arthur Lake and Penny
That is, after her billfold took to out at the diamond any afternoon could ask for" Singleton
the water Rushing the season, you I at 1600. Whit PhM2c will give .I V. M. DURAK, Sic Ames, Iowa. I MONDAY AND TUESDAY .
a tryout, so don't be bashful. I "SEA OF GRASS" starring Catherine Hepburn and Spencer
know. Poor Betts, no billfold plus you "I think I would like to stay in ,
soaked to the skin. I Florida and go to the University of Tracy.
Have you noticed the new radio The WAVES have moved to A-l. Florida. I think that it is more WEDNESDAY"THE
atop the MAA's desk? From A & : giving up the large quarters they fun to keep cool by swimming than IMPERFECT LADY", featuring Ray Milland and Teresa
K, and we send them our many I once occupied to the Corpsmen. In it is to try and keep warm during Wright.
thanks I their cozy abode, which is quite northern winters" THURSDAY
small, Danny, PhMlc. will have ---- ---- "SMASH UP", with Susan Hayward. .
In case you're wondering what I very little trouble finding herself hitched over at the "Let's Be Miserable
happened to the sewing machines, I company. The teddy bears and rubber Together" Party. The parents OTHER EVENTS
they are being repaired. So hold I dolls give the new quarters alight -Mama Jack and Poppa John
on, they'll be back shortly for those Mama in tears *
effect Yes, indeed All kid Harris-stood by BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at2000 at The Anchorage.
\ spring clothes you have planned. I ding aside, we wish them lots of and Poppa with a shotgun, just ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
Lots of fun was had last Friday I luck in their new home, hoping for an ornament, that is. Parson Mustin Road, 1000.1130 and 1300-iS30 daily, and at Gear Room, topside .
evening as the girls turned out for they will be content Stanley tied the knot while the I
726 0800.1700 work
Bldg. on days
Softball. Not all varsity material, blushing bride held the bridegroomby
MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP Hear of Bldg. 39 1200.2400
I open
but exercise they wanted and exercise his naming hair--less'n he getaway
The staff of the Hospital will
and week-ends. at 2000 .
Such famed ath daily Meetings: Mondays.BOWLINGSix
they got.
have t a real dinner dance at one .
alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
as "Bogie" Bogart, Phyl
,, of Jacksonville's leading hotels on No. 3. Alleys from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays 1700-
open ;
Poole and Jennie Payne turned The Olympic games will be noth-
the evening of 4 April. There will I and
out to make it an evening of fun. b ing compared to the "Spring 2100 Saturdays Sundays.
good chow a orchestra
Come out the rest of you gals 'J an excellent floor show, a bar for Track Meet" tonight over in the I BOXING For Inlginiatlon regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
You needn't be a muscle bender.i and Rec Hall. Come on over and see Comdr. A. J. Rubmo, extension: 593; or report to Main ld Mat after
'I your pleasure dancing to your
We promise not to break a linger I'|I heart's content. See Chief Pharmacist just what these "crips" can do. I 1500.
or scratch a knee. Would like to Mate Brown for reserva There'll be events for all kinds I MALNsIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
get enough of you non-athletes so'''I tions. of athletes-and you may be a the South wing of Building No. 950, is open to NAS personnel and
r. we could have a game. Come on, '' winner! their guests from 1000 to J200 daily. Available for wedding receptions
let's have a couple of Softball I Next Tuesday is Tournament by arrangement with Weltare Officer. Combination radio-phonograph
nights a week. We'll even throw'i Night again in the Rec Hall. Stand by for a super-duper available for use of all hands.
in a few exercises to get you Stanley-Harris production with LIBKAR1-Located on second decX of Mainside' Recreation Build.
Sharpen up your wits and be on
warmed up. I hand at 1930. its all-star patient cast. We understand -I I ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday.. Saturday
About a month ago Jan Boyle I it's in rehearsal now, and I from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
and 'Sammie" Davis acquired a i Shure was a purty Wedding last the big night is 27 March. You : SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming.
pair of baby ducks. Needless to Thursday night when Lousy Mae won't want to miss this one, we 1800-2100 daily, Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.
say, they are about ready to be let Jansen and Egglebut Barefoot got know! Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
out of their pen back of the WAVE -- I GOLF-COurse open from 1000 to sunset daily Saturday and Sun
barracks and make their way into changing of billets. Some of the Here's some news! Beginning tomorrow day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
society They must get their swim latest changes are: Ida McLane, night, there'll be a party I trunks prohibited on Golf Course
ming in, you know. Their names?! ACMM, from A&R Personnel to every Friday night in the Rec ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Something different-Tarfu, the the Instrument Shop; Audrey Stafford Hall. This week it's "Poker Bingo cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
male, and Snafu, the female. We SpG)3c, from Ordnance...and ," so put on your best poker Field.
are wondering what Fubar will Gunnery to Telephone Operator. face and ,c'mon over for a little TENNIS-Racquets and balLs are available at the Physical Train-
!'1 think of the new ducks. She shouldbe i Quite a change, that. Gertrude fun, ing Building No. 726, and also on :Mat area (corner of Muslin:: and
completely charmed by these Queenan, CY, to Court Reporter; I I Yorktown Roads).
new fine-feathered friends. We. Hazel l Millar, from Ad. Annex to NAVY MUTUAL AID ASSN. BASKETBALL Practice Monday through Friday starting
shall see I A. & R; and Garnette "Hammie" at 1630.
Jo Rusnik, CSKD( ). former Jax Hamric CY, from Post Demobili- INFORMATION AVAILABLE -\UCIIEItY-Club, located. in Bldg. 899 open daily from 1800
WAVE now stationed at Banana I zation to Personnel Accounting AT NAS INSURANCE OFFICE to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
River sends her regards and the lice You know-where the fellows Supplies of descriptive pam- Everyone welcome.
news that she will marry in May muster and take their morning exercise phlets and application blanks for NURSERY-SponsoreJ by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
Good luck, Jo. Being the chief, we expectto the Navy Mutual Aid Associationcan Mondays and Fridays OSOO to 1200; Thursdays-13OO to 1800: Wednesdays
We are sorry to hear that Eloise see Hammie out there givingout be obtained at the Insurance --0800 to 1800; Tuesdays and Saturdays-1800 to 2400. Ratell-
Petty, AMM2c, is heading back to with the motions. Eh, Ham Office in Building 954, it has been (hourly) 20 cents for one child, 25 cents for two or more; (monthly)
dear old A&R after many months mie?! announced. $1 for one child $5 for two or more.
I as MAA of our WAVES galley. I'll say "so long" for four weeks. Benefits of this association are
We will miss you "Pet," but good That's right. I'm heading for the available to regular permanently UHKKE TO GO ASHORE
luck in your new billet. Middle West on leave. Guest edi- commissioned or warrant officers USO Armed Service Center 122 West Forsyth Street. Lounge
I Speaking of new billets, there tors will keep you posted till I of the Navy, Marine Corps, or open 0800-2300; dormitory open 21 hours a day-with showers, shaving
seems to be a terrific surge of come back to hound you again. Coast Guard on active duty.I' facilities, etc.

I' STALEMATE By lIarold Jones, Sl Morning Roll I NAS CrashContinued

( from Page 1))

divided into two 6-man crews, and
during the instruction, each man
rotates within the crew so that
he gains experience doing every
possible job. The instructors with
the mobile unit act as a demonstration -
crew to show the students
4{ A how they should work as a team
f I when in action.

t4r r The syllabus consists of little
I classroom work. Nearly all of the
allotted time is spent battling.sim-
ulated fire conditions on wreckedand : .
obsolete aircraft
w The Crash Fire Division .at HAS

works under. the supervision o( jtha
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Poetic License I IT'S A TOUGIE LIFE By Sleeves ::

:::--J1Ifij,> AJUr S LOVE LORE ,

Editorial Office :My gal always said ( : ..
South Wing, Lower Deck, DUg. 930 She loved me true, i .
Telephone Extension 8184
Arthur M. Greene, Editor: But I never was sure,

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the I never.knew ; a Ii"

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no I thought she might be _' ,
expense to the government and in compliance with A gay deceiverTill % 1I y
SecNav Circular Letter 45-526.: 28 May 1945. Copiesare
she kissed
distributed tree or charge at the Naval Air me squarelyNow -
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, I believe her. e M /
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training 9w.
Command Headquarters of the Seventh Naval .
Love is misery painful sweet }
District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, a ,
the ,Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval Swelling the heart, quickening its beat, f
Hospital. Tearing, rending, making it break, h,f : t III 'II1
Rear Admiral Ralph Davlson, chilling making ache (( 'a-r .
Thrilling c
a Commandant, Seventh Naval District you % '' t
thief; of'N aul Air Advanced Training You weep and groan, swear and curse 5. i1 f. (1 t t ( 1

Captain Anthony R Brady. USN. Commanding Yourself for a damnfool or worse- C \ ( ( .:c
Jacksonville Naval Air Station But when the malady loses its pain, ( ( ,

Captain: Howard, V. Hopkins. USN Commanding You wish you had it all over again. ..
Naval Air Technical raining Center (
-- ( P '
? -I ( C 1
Captain Robert M. Gillett (MC), USN. Commanding sheds enchantment )
U. S. Naval HospitalCaoUtn .;;
1 It spreads a shining mist '
} W. PrlesUiwn. USNR, Commanding : Ap ,
F. ..
Naval Air Reserve raining Unit Of soft and luminous silver w'A \

Lt. Col. T. C. Moore Jr.. USMC, Commanding Mixed with amethyst
Marine Barracks That casts a spell of magic;

Cvoulr. Jul F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding' When it's mixed with love .
Naval Air Uunnery Rang* It's surprising what it can do-- "

C<>mdr. Frederick J. Brush US;, Comma di it lt can make one shadow appear .
Naval Auxiliary Air :fetation. Cecil field Where recently there were two; H..sIi", it

CflPt. H arn. USMO It really is surprising
Marine Atiatlon UeUcnment "Don't you know that station reps say you must have a pen.iit(
What moonlight can do.M.. i to fish on the bate?"
The JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Association ma.
McDermon. ---- ---- -- -
without -
of credited matter prohibited
Permission of SEA. Washington :25. D. C. Republication. ,. My "
except *>y service Is prohibited 11g. fcIfIt.u
ether without, matter permission of Editor JAX uA1RtNEs. -- Commercial I .

Skivvies Coming BackThe h l'prWru; j i Bulletin

Bulletins will be accepted until

lowly but important skivvy is on its Tfeu s andVieuos f ratn&atknWhat space hall been filled, but no later 4If
than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8730.
way back They haven't hit Small Stores yet, .

but they should be on the shelves in the next II FOR SALE

19.17 Ford with 1940 motor; radio, nml
90 to 120 da 's.That's heater. Excellent condition :See Bob

the latest dope from BuSandA in are the distinctive marks of a I 1935 Mith.Plymouth Commissary Good Store transportation. See you like historical romances,
as reported by Ship's Editorial I O. L Smith. Bid*, 40. or call ext. 8295. the library has three new novelsin
Washington Christian? How does one go about pickingout 1934 Packard club coupe. Fair condition.:
Association. According to our source, the Contact N. E. Vaughn Advanced Electrician this field, Hamilton Cochran'sROGUE'S
Christian in of ? The
stock of skiv- a a group people B School, class 16, or Uarracka
first noticeable increase in 6. NATTC. HOLIDAY, Lucile Fin-
answer to this question is found in a familiar
early this month. 1940 Plymouth five passenger coupe. Engine lay's THE COAT I WORE and,
vies came sentence of Jesus: "By their fruits ye recently rebuilt. Good tires Chief David Garth's GRAY CANAAN.The .
Labor and material shortages resultedin shall know them." The test Jesus made Kellmer. 1440 Cumberland Rd. first '
only 1940 Meicury convertible. Lt. (U.r) G.llalr'her. is a tale of salt water t
the near disappearance of the skivvy from and the only test we should make, is the test ., Rm. 222, Sr. BOQ. Ext.: 501 or ext. adventure Involving young Lieu-

the Navy and civilian economy. The Navydidn't of results. A person is a Christian, not mere- 1940 502:! Chevrolet two-door roaster deluxe. tenant Maynard of the British
those few skivvies that were Heater, new paint good tires and '47 Navy early in the 18th century.
"hog" because he is citizen of "Christian"nation
ly a a
tag Excellent condition. Zlti RiversideAve. The villain is no other than Ed-
available, and so the bluejacket and civilian not merely because his parents are Phone 2.9101 on Saturday. ward Teach Blackbeard the Pirate -
Studio couch platform rocker, coffee table
suffered alike. The over-all shortages eased Christians, not merely because he is a mem- end table, table lamp and S.i-pece: set ROGUE'S HOLIDAY Is a
toward the end of 1946 and the Navy's ber of a church, but ONLY IF HIS LIFE of Child dishes St.never NAS.used Mr. Parker, 1433A rousing tale, well told, of free-
about two and a Silvertone radio table model Call Nibo- booting and intrigue, of passionand
monthly supply went up PRODUCES THE FRUITS OF THE CHRIS- violence, of brave men and
vita ext. C42, or phone 2.3331 after
half times its previous quota. TIAN FAITH. 1700. renegades who went down to the

By 1 June, there ought to be a plentiful That brings us to another question: what Five-room ed. Gas house stove and furniihed refrigerator or unfurnish E. J. sea in ships.
of skivvies the world over. Burke. 2723:>> West Lakeshore Blvd THE COAT I WORE by Lucile
supply are the fruits of Christianity? Let me list Six-room frame bungalow, furnished or Finlay takes you into the American .
Another mild shortage is the small stores' several questions that a person can ask him- unfurnished.NAS. Phone Excellent 2.4118. Gurr.condition. Near wilderness of a hundred and

lack of white cotton socks. The present sup- self if he is seriously concerned as to whether Outboard motor. Evinrude. Excellent con sixty years ago-Into the bitter,
But all other items he is dition. Phone 2.5284, J. A. Potter stormy days of the American Rev-
ply is about half-normal. or not truly a Christian. Scooter. A-I condition. nUB Barr St.,
are stocked in abundance for the Navy pur- 1)) Do I have real trust in God? DoI Dewey Park. olution. It is the story of the ad-
Three rooms of (furniture including 8- ventures of Colonel Anthony Hastings
chaser, SEA says. have confidence in God as my Father. Is piece matched maple 1 win groom suite, of Carolina, King's soldier, .
4-piece waterfall bedroom suite light
-*- God my Friend ? oak dinln room set and dishes. Mrs. J. whom the revolutionists drove <
J. Hartnett, 8 32U: Irwin St, Dewey from his home on a long over-
Do I seek do will
2)) to God's ? Is it Park.
Must Be Ready land and river trip into the wildsof
Navy God's will, or my own will, that I try to do? Sewing J. Hartnett.machine 3632B with attachments.Irwin, St., Mrs Dewey, J. the Mississippi.

(SEA)-SecNav James Forrestal de- In any decision that I have to face, do I con- Park. GRAY CANAAN is a romanceof
Baby carriage, nathinette, and scales R.
clared, in a speech before the Economic Club sult my own will and desires first, or do I J. Hunt ext. 516. the Civil War. It is the storyof
must "maintaina consult God's will first ? Flowered drapes fully lined excellent con Captain Race Emery, attached -
of New York that the Navy
dition. Baby crib with mattress, almost to the Confederate secret service -
minimum of ready and modern forces in a 3)) Do I act as a brother to all men? lamp new. Baby and occasional bassinette,ch.ilr.floor H.lamp Knickel-table who chases a beautiful girlon

high state of training, preserve its inactive Does it make a difference to me, in my atti- Line 4780 !Myrtleotocxl Kd. her way North with the plan

ships and installations at the least possiblecost tudes towards others and my dealings with 1936 or ext.Dodge 518.Lt. Comdr. Hunt, ext. 747. which is the great hope of the ,

and foster an efficient Naval Reserve," them, whether a person is rich or poor, whiteor Baby carriage, good condition., 8206B Confederacy. ''i i
Blair St., Dewey Park. Domdd
in order "to fulfill its share of the burden black, Jew or Gentile; pagan or Christian? Radio portable Philco like new.on C. F. In TWO CLUES, Erie Stanley ,,".
Phillip, A4B Drafting Room. Phone Gardner introduces a new character -
of national security. 4)) Do I spend time in quiet, in prayer 7-4957 after 1700.Officer's Sheriff Bill Eldon, to take his

The SecNav went on : "In 1915, the Nayy with God and in thought about Him? chief whites bridge size coat 88; blues ptacont, ,site site 38 38.; place: alongside Perry Mason and

and MarCorps had over four million men and I 5)) Do I believe in eternal life? Not simply Phone 2-2717, Mrs Clark Matherson. Doug Selby as an investigator of

women. Today the figure is under 700,000.We I life after death, but that Christ-like quality FOR KENT OF murder THE and RUNAWAY mystery. "THE BLONDE"CLUE,

had over 40,000 planes. Today naval avi- I of life which we can have now, and which Furnished bedroom with kitchen privil and "THE CLUE OF THE HUi. )

ation has 4,000 service planes. In 1915 the even death cannot destroy? The pagan says, CE.Highway.. Garage: Phone availably 2-4124.' Rush Off in.tool".ltW.XTrn CRY HORSE" are the two fas -

Navy had over 7,500 ships. Today it is operating "Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we moving mysteries in this one vol
: ume. Another of merit is
with only 877 nine per cent of the die. The Christian says, "Work, serve, and DEATH OF A mystery DOLL by Hilda
Old stamp Write or nee Chief Ixxkhart
ships we had at the close of the war." build, for tomorrow we live. Barracks 52: Kid*. 540, NATTC.Riders Lawrence, an expert at creating an
Your reaction to all this might be : thatis from Ingleside Ave. and Park St. atmosphere or horror.
"The most practical, the most economicalmeans to Malnvlde Aren. Working hours OHOO) to
have not utilized a description of a saint, not an ordinary, 1630. Call ext. 764 during working hours For Western addicts, the library
to prevent war) we
( and phon. 2.9810 after 1700.
average human being. That is partly correct. has a new Silvertip story by Max
until today-protecting our investment in Riders from Southside to NAS. Work
I have not been describing an human ing hours 0743 to 1700. Lt. Mathews, Brand, VALLEY OF VANISHINGMEN
democracy with an alert, efficient, co-ordi- average ext. 839. and one by Norman Fox,
of external being. A Christian is an ordinary human Ride from 8th and Liberty St. to NAS. THE RIDER FROM YONDER.For .
nated security.
system Working hours 0745 to lsaO,_ Will pay
being who has risen above
-*- average SJ a week or S2 a week to meet car In a touch of humor, read
standards. And that is exactly what the town on Southtide. Phone !S-7636M after JIMMY POTTS GETS A HAIRCUT -
1800, or ext. 433 Miss Shaver.
Testing Sky Brightness world needs, today and every day. Thereis Three or four room apartment for service in which George Panetta j
too much of couple: with two small children.: Phone describes "the utter confusion
average living. Too many per- 6-8983-J, Sir,. Spoonvr.
which resulted small
from boy
(SEA-"Project) Apollo" is the Navy'sname sons are content merely to "get by," to follow and a large han', a r si
for it, and in a few weeks the Navy the prevalent fashions, to accept without
nine weeks old. Lout In
Pup Dewey
will take its scientists and their laboratoriesinto critical examination the customs and attitudes Park. SJ6. reward. Chief HarUn AirBase utMdOT
the upper atmosphere to conduct in- of this world. Trailer Camp. 6

vestigations as part of a broad program be- To be a Christian does not mean that we MISCELLANEOUS

ing activated by the Office of Naval Re- are perfect. Rather, a Christian is a person General end.. Work automotive guaranteed repair, work prices<< on reason week At the Station Chapels Birmingham ,

search.An. who keeps reaching up to Christ's standards, able. See E. E.: Chopman, .Ship's berv- Road and llustin AvenueProteatant

Army Air Forces B-29!), manned by an who keeps on the march towards the city of Will ice gut share itutton.modern Ext.six-room 617.) house with 0730-Holy Communion Chaplain

Air Forces crew, has been turned into an God. To be perfect is not possible for any service couple. Near NAg 4811 Manchester E W. Andrews W.
Kd, Lakeshore Mr.: Gorman. 0030-NATrC: Service -Chaplain E.
extensive laboratory and is the only plane finite human being. But it is possible for a I Andrews.0080Sunday. t

now available to the armed forces capableof I person to give himself, weak instrument W.School R. ,Steveiwon.Email Chapel.

carrying heavy equipment as high as 45- though'he may be, to the doing of God's will FLEET KESEKVK ASh'NMEETS 104&--l>ivm Services-Chaplnin F. L.AlUrU .

(000) feet. and God's work in the world. To do that, IN JAX NEXT WEEK CatholU
tJ tJChllplBin
Much of the equipment in the plane will day in and day out, is to be a Christian. There will be a meeting of the UTOO-Mass.WOO-Miuu. 1

be used for testing sky brightness to assistin Chaplain William R. Stevenson. Fleet Reserve Association at 2000 1100-MaH.

airplane navigation. Questions concerningthe Wednesday, :26;: Man, at the W An Jr.'n Outdoor is maintained Nursery for between small, OMO chil-

composition and distill I,ution of haze in help the) navigator will be foremost in the O \V. Hall U5: East: Bay Street. and t 1200.Jewish '.

the air, what stars are VIMIU i I : > tj, the daytime minds of the scientists when they conduct All members were urged to attend j fellowship Keligious Service Hoar and

at various alhtuu ;\,1,< t .w< t *' '<( can ,' their investigations. by a ociatjon: officials ,

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." 0" ;:;"', Engine Overhaul by Carl W all" l''
'. :s' '
: Player Curly Mausert attainedthe
heights, of extravagance las Engineering Dlvltion by Tom
week when he showed up for work McLaughlin Yep, it's ole in

with a fresh haircut, no less. Any- again, gone again, out again, Mc
: one who has ever glanced even Laughlin.If .
I. II casually at Curly's near-bald dome anyone can help P.B.C. find
,, finds it difficult to imagine the the Round Boys electron, please
4 : necessity of the old bird visiting Let him know he is trying mighty

a tonsorial establishment. But, yes, h-rd. (P.B.C. standing for "Pretty
I there it was-and GI. style, too. Joy Cline" and the Round Boy

... 1 I Now really, Curly, was that clip standing for the perfect Circle,
necessary? namely Tuggle). Hey! Foy How-
r e I i Does, anyone here know how to ard could use that nickname, too!
I lose a dog? One night recently, Bill MacFarland has put in for
Frank Blanton drove down to the Photographer's Mate School, but
I' shopping district in Lake Shore after seeing him in the floor] show
: [with a grocery list in one hand and Friday night, we think he would
I his check book in the other. Upon make a good obstetrician.
,FP i(I returning to his car, loaded with Seems as though Walt Welsch is
groceries I no checks left), Frank having a lot of trouble locating the
'" was femazed to learn that he had right size micrometer for L. Boy.
t been adopted by a big dog which ette. But, 'tis rumored that St
: was sitting in the back seat. Now Petery might have the right sizeif
inasmuch as"Frank had one arm Mr. Morris doesn't.

loaded with groceries, and one arm "Open the Door" Richard Tracy -
4 rh.P 'AiAY .. which he wanted to keep, he did is now the proud poppa of a

.....,.. ..... not argue too violently. So the dog pretty baby girl. On arrival she
NAS Choo Choo "I rode home with him. On three different found herself to be 7 lbs 6 ozs,

occasions since then, Frank and learned that her napie was
RAILROADING MAY NOT be has driven miles out into the bar- Suzanne.

l one of the jobs you would ordi- ren wastelands, lured the dog out Accessories Division by 'Bob
narily think about when speak- of the car, and left him to shift Cook. Here's one for Ripley! Exactly -
ing of employment here at NAS. for himself. So shift he did, and 100% of the workers con
But the men of the Railroad didn't apply the brakes until he I stituted the bowling team which

'4rr t Shop in Public Works are vital loped into Frank's backyard. So won 16 out of 18 matches and ran
cogs in the station's operation. the dog stays on, and Frank, hav- up an individual scoring by Charles
F. L Johns, railroad supervisor, ing exhausted his fiendish schemesto Adams of 2994 points in 18 matches -
signals too engineer in connec- get rid of his little pal, is opento That's the record set by the
? tion with the placement of flat- any suggestion short of dogicide Graphic Arts team composed

.I'r cars for unloading. The new gasI I (murder, that is). Ray Kennedy Charlie Adams, R,
w r'' \ electric tamping machines, left, Just a tip to you fellows, who O. Bourne and captained by John
operated by the railroad section stop to chat occasionally with ny Onstott.
"i hands enable the men to do in Margaret (PB) Ward. Watch it, Sue Edwards' host of friends
r h \ one day the work usually requiring Bud! She has her desk all booby- were saddened to hear that she
a week when done by trapped now. was compelled to go to Riverside
, $ hand Allen Shouse has at least two Hospital. We all miss Sue's sweet
: I interests in life-photography and personality and smiles. Let's keep
football. We agree with him that her smiling through her adversity.She's .
, the Gators are going to have a receiving visitors now, so
e d'SUPPLV' great football team this fall, and let's drop in with a cheery word to
i ? we also agree with him on some make the hours fly until she's back
iI points in photography. Ask him to with us again.AirMinded .
tl= !> SALLIES show you some of his pictures andyou'll Elise H. Russell
ir I
I .: see what we mean grabbed a plane for Memphis
'z 'it Personnel, Administration, and Tennessee, for a visit with her son
r Vocational Training-by Dot Dick- and daughter-in-law. Rusty is the
son-Mr. Cribbs is off this weekto
-- -- -- -- -- proud grandmother of a baby girl.
do some work on his orange Here's a real surprise! Iva Barris
"'> INSIDE InspectingThe By CLARA E. SPEEK grove. Mr. Warren is doing quite back at work in the Electric

": Hartley Steeves is still going well with the Red Cross drive. Shop, all well and happy and witha
t." PUBLIC WORKS strong with his cartoon, "It's a Now is the time for you fellowsto new name, too. She is now Mrs.
Tough Life." :Much favorable com- improve your standing for pro- Charles Piat.Anyone .
: By MARY RODGERS InspectorsBy ment was heard on the recent one motion in the Navy. Two men had wanting a chauffeur'sjob

I ': The Public Works Supervisor's portraying two portholes of a ship, to be drafted last month to go to should contact E. A. Folsom.
: Club held its regular monthly HELEN BURNETTE & with one of the sailors asking, a Class "B" school in Memphis, Seems as though he needs one.
!. "confab" and dinner at the Pom- "BILL" KinK "Say, what's all this fuss about Tennessee for 26 weeks. All hands Welcome to the Propeller Shop,
to I've been should check A & R Memo 3247.
'porthole porthole' pay J. A. McCawley. We are certainly
Club, Seminole Beach, last
pano The party you see shadowing E. hearing about?" The one on "Openthe There are openings in Class "A"and glad to have you with us. McCaw
k ; week. There were plenty of oysters,
O. Carter, inspector in Final As-
Door, Richard" received attention 'B" schools for AEM and AMM ley came here from Pensacola.
shrimp, chickens, steak and fish
r sembly, is a returnee to the depart-
in town and mentioned and also calls for AM.
was we expect Assembly Division by :\Iom-
with all the trimmings, and from "
ment, "Tokyo Rose, otherwise
"' on the radio. Chief Grabill is being transferred. Another week has rolled around
r successful known as Jimmy Day. Jimmy has Ed Wyckoff wrote Shorty Be- Hate to see you leave, Chief, and here we are again, folks. We
been working in the Assembly and
l Cowan ate 42 shrimp, but that Repair Deparemnt since leaving gal (Procurement) recently that I but when duty calls we know you wondered why F. L. Price had
we'll have to see to believe. Bill Uncle Sam's services but has now the Los Angeles Times considered must go.Ellen such a big grin on his face when,
, :Moseley was caught carrying hush- transferred to the Inspection De- our recent cold weather front Messer had an airplaneride lo! and behold, we found out that
puppies home in his pocketsWhat's partment He's one of our oldest page news; and that the news got from Texas to Jax. Seems as he got married. Congratulations,
' from the depicted though they got into a storm and fellow! of the old married
the matter, Bill, didn't you (not in years) and best inspectors.We out wintry scenes Any men
get tnough to eat? Delightful welcome you back into our' in the February 13th issueof were really tossed about. Going up will be glad to give you any pointers
x music for the occasion was furn- fold! I the Jax Air News. A bouquet to again soon, Ellen? on how to keep the wife hap.
ished by :Margery Tebbe (C. J,'a our editor, Arthur Greene! His Planning Hi\"h.ion-by Mattie B. py.A
What happened to three mem- does Wood-Kitty Allen had a wonderful hand
daughter) with her accordian. paper really get around! welcoming is extendedto
. a bers of our department last Fri- The S-3 Division sailors and week-end trip planned for this Jas. E Durham, a new em.*
Iuanita Wise baked chocolate day (the day following the Inspec- their guests had a wonderful party week-end. But, it seems that she ployee in our division.
', layer cake for the Public Works tion Department party?) Ed received her Civil Servite examin-
:-- March 7th at the V F. W. Hall. Understand we have three new
. :J ; Personnel and File Units. First cut
; Burke, "Big Steve" and Pinkie ation notice just in time to spoil in division
Everybody enjoyed plenty of papas our ; W. H. Holt
because I
Herschel Lee
was given to Dickson
lost in the
", Juanita were evidently Southern fried chicken, potato salad part of her week-end. station No. 4: G. A. Weeks. S2a
of his vet's preference. for or something. Pinkie woundup and other goods things. A big' Jane Parcell made a trip to At- and R. L. Kloberdans, Sic: Latest
recommendations its
asked for
i' tastiness to send to her fiance.on We in the hospital (sick, really) I hand should go to Ensign J. L. lanta last week, supposedly to get; report is that all papas are doing
but the other two their
just gritted her income tax return in. But,
and Mrs.
Jones, Chief Leon Tucker, nicely.
might add that she got some good teeth and wished they were dead. I since that is her home we wonderif Guess the
'cause the cake was delicious! and the WAVES of the Supply Department people who occasion
ones Thelma
Maloney, at- I for making all arrange- there might have been other rea- ally visit the Assembly Office have
Pete Capps has been unanimously tractive inspector in the Metals
ments. Music was furnished by the sons. noticed a few changes in the arrangement -
elected chairman of the Cake
as and Accessories ? Shd! and
Group From the pictures we saw of
Naval Air Station band. of the office. Also, the
Committee for this
Tasting depart- hubby Bill have a baby boy to
the engineering party, Planning
ment. assistance CONDOLENCES: Our deepest new organization chart on the
Anyone desiring their home.
brighten up Congratu- sympathy goes to Mae McDermon Division was well represented with vail The girls worked mighty hard
along that line will be given
lations to both. How about
.1 .' attention and service with you (Engine Parts) in the death of her Fields and Breitmoser in the front to get it -net tip.Announce,
i prompt bringing the newcomer for a visit?
... seats. .
mother, Mrs. J. O. McLendon, in >
f. ti.; a smile! We didn't think she would do It,
Grace Corte has to
Florence S. C, on March 3rd to retqrned
Does have .a doghousethey'll
anybody but she did! But romance comes
work after short illness. We
Ada Whitaker (Fuel Section) for a are Exams
t.. let Melzer use until
Henry first in her young life, and Sara
to have back Gracie.
the of her father Mr. C. glad you ,
passing ,
he find an apartment (or a
can just left the little baby at
', ;... reasonable facsimilie thereof). It'sr home with her "Mommer"puppy and H. Bussell, at her home in South The much Planning to""have Division lost Ed regrets Gross For Group II &
Jacksonville 27th also very ,
on February ;
be sorta cold sleeping on
':' gonna trotted off to Charleston, South
; to Gilbert Moore Stock Con- a very capable and well-liked person -
lq :;... a park bench, even in April. Carolina, last week-end where she III PositionsThe
We wish him much
Helen Davis has the choicest bit trol) for the loss of his mother last successin
was royally: entertainedtrippingthe
his new profession.Joe .
, of gossip in the department, butt light fantastic and all that. Oh week Wesconnett.. Corte has been ill for local Board of U. S. Civil
;. just won't give us permission to yes, she named the puppy "Duch- AT RANDOM: Beulah Wise is several Service Examiners announced eight
. : print it. Maybe later, eh, Helen? ess." happy over the advent of her new days with the 'flu. We hope Joe examinations last week for proba-

-4.-1 Mrs. Helen Roberts has joined Paul J. LaPatra, S2c, has returned niece, Linda Irene Arnau on will continue to improve and will tional: appointments to the post.tions *
March 10th soon be back to work with us.
,. the Public Works group as a stenographer from a thirty-day leave Dorothy Roche of Oiler, Rigger, Refrigeration
Mrs. Stauss
of the Statistical
I' and is temporarily assigned spent in Buffalo, New York. Guess Barber (Procurement) resigned Mechanic, Plumber, Electric
.It.11-i : to the File Room. Hope you you saw enough snow and ice, eh, March 14th to "infanticipate" Section left this week on a tripto Welder, Gas Welder, Engineman
like your new job, Helen. Paul? We know you had a delightful There is practically an epidemic Washington. While there she Cold Stage Plant, and EnginemanSteam
Jeff Mims has "dood it" again! time. of yellow sweaters among the men will make a study of ways to im- ( and Electric) for filling

;i. What? Why he picked the winner Is the river too cold to toss in the southeast corner of the prove and simplify the industrialStatus the position of Engineman-Pow.
i ," In the daily double, of course. Ethel those lucky men in in celebrationof third deck of Building 110. When Report. er Plant.
I' Huffman says you can tell when their increased rating, or are they all 'happen to be worn on the ---' The entrance rate of pay lot
,(;';. he has been lucky the night before, you folks Just respecting old age? same day, it is difficult to spot hand? Aside' from admitting thata all positions, with the exception o* -
.." 'cause he always wears his maroon the man wanted Marvin High- certain young man from Mc- Oiler, is $1.32 per hour with overtime -
:,''- and pink tie to work the next day. exercise anyway.Congratulations. smith (Procurement) enjoyed last Comb, Illinois visited here in Jan- pay for work in excess of 40
Oh, it really isn't as bad as it this week go to week-end at Gainesville. uary and is coming back soon, she hours. Oiler pays $1,04 per hour.
sounds. In fact, it's right pretty! Joe and Sara Long who are the MAIL-ROOM ITEMS: Congrat- ia simply not committing herself. Applicants must submit applica-
But even if he didn't wear it, his proud parents of a baby girl Carol ulations to Al Gazay on his recent Contribution from Mae McDer- tion form 60. form 5001 ABC, form
smilin' countenance would tell you Linda, born Sunday 16 March. marriage to Sammia :M. Johnsonof mon (Engine Parts) : 14 from certain preference claimants

that he had picked a winner. After Sara is a former employee of the Dothan, Alabama Sorryto CAF-1: "Who's the wild-eyed man and the necessary 'supplemental
all, two hundred and thirty-four Maintenance Time Section. hear that Mary Anne Hediick's The one who looks as though he forms These forms must bel

a:: smatkaroos is nothing to be scofflilkii" Have you seen Jim Gwynea" little son has the chicken pox might on file with the Recorder, Boardof
ed at new pride and joy ? Such lines, The loss of Victor Lampley, S2c is Any moment paw the air U. S. Civil Service Examiner
Anyone knowing where C. C. such grace, such poise! She'a really regretted. Victor has recently been Or tear out all hie hair?" for the U. S. Naval Air Station,
? ,,fir. Flanders cnn buy a good pair of out of this world, It's no wonder transferred to A&R along with CAF-2: "Hush, little new girl, don't Jacksonville not later than 3 April
skates (size in) cheap, please; tall that hiM fair i h;';n' s up like a light. several others I talk so, 1017
him on cxt 4:2:: 4J2: 8 '68, 8107, I bulb when speaking of her It i<'w t Have you noticed the bcautiru) Hush, he isn t wild. The nd'( :cry {l1rm< and further'

:'. ',I <'c fl:, 17 Oh that's all riht he I II" everybody who can own a 17 Olds- ring Dot Roberts Stock Control) i I He's just got the Supply loci) ; 'I'll.' t',1.,". ,' J\ rrv, i>e ontaned front'
I L m M':+! And h,; ncctH the mi bilr: ( ,, y(3u know is wearing: on her third finder, left AU those Supply] guys Ics':s i "; 1 .iu.: 1 "'?: ', ',U. j

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I Page Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS' SECTION 20 March 1947 I

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,r' ', JAX AIR MEWS i Train Wreck .THE WORD ;


C"pt.ln H I t."w..e.a...tI'

oj Ccmman.ler K.4..Tt P. 13.rbe, USN Here At NATTC
"r Kxeeutiv i The latest Bureau information' published in October

Lt. GxnMn.W--J.-W.--WillUm. USN At least a score of people anc I 191G concerning placement of chiefs and first class pet/

I tt... Public InflMIMtkMI OffMMT. probably more, were saved from I officers as instructors in training units, is being adhered to
Advtaor In Air Now.
,' to certain death by the quick think"
I as closely as possible within TAF division. Math Department
?i Editorial Offim for N\TTC \. R...m. 131 mid U4. ing and fast acting of Chester J 424 added Chief Mclmoil to its staff and
AJmii i.lr lio. Buil.li nor 5 -A.. T.... I Kit.! CutISJG.r Bialecki of Pittsburgh. In the disastrous -I Bldg. recently ;
wreck of the "Red Arrow",, last week Marquart and R. II. Smith, both first class aviation

Arthur T. K..u..i\oIi.. Sla one of the fastest trains operatingon machinists mates were transferred '
the east coast. Bialecki is now to Math from Basic Skills. The<
N+wwrit.r here at NATTC. Jacksonville Florida I: movement la underway to fill-ui
Robert J. W..hhnll. SI. for training in Aviation Fun- 1 Bldg. 424 with all first class and

All PSntwrmuh ue official U. 3. Nltvy Photograph ma Photo Ll! ami Av. I FunU :;.,h....l Ph.t., Lab uitltfM ut.h..IM ere.litrl. heroic action commendations have To you instructors who shall

I been made a part of his Official soon be replaced according to the

Record. existing policy of the Training .

The train which is considertd the Command, the writer wishes to express -

Pennsylvania Railroad's fastest, | the general opinion of the

was going at a high rate of speed I men in TAP, in saying that you In the beautifying department
:',r'h- '''',V:'!': have performed an excellent job Eddy Kurrentstein cousin of

.' of carrying out instructional duties Shorty Sirkit, is wondering where

f : in this school. Whenever possible the grass around Bks. 61 and 62

you rate strikers leaving AF will is supposed to be? ? ? Maybe un-

be assigned to an "A" school of der the sand dunes piled up aroundthe
fUHERE To GOl your
wHRT TO DO I Three more prominent names in GRASS" signs. Hmmm that'

aw TAF bowling circles are: Miars, all right Eddy, be a good boy, anil; +y
I I Hunt and Phillips, who regularly don't walk where the grass is sup.
MOVIE SCHEDULE: I help the "Big Guns" splinter the i I I 1 posed to be and maybe we will get

:, wood in maintaining second place some sprigs of green!

NATTC J standing in the league. Here's hop- I[ Incidentally what has happened

ing you won your last three games in the beautifying department for
THURSDAY-TRAIL STREET with Randolph Scott and Ann against TOB last Tuesday night, I Bldg. 511 ? It happens that Basic

Jeffries. Shows at 1815 and 2015. and gained first place. : Phase has been looking forward to

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-FARMER'S DAUGHTER starring To continue the synopsis of the a few pieces of shrubbery now forsome

Loretta Young and Joseph Cotten. Shows at 1815 and 2015. work required and experiences involved I two and one half years .
SUNDAY THAT featuring Sidney in the various aviation rates. did I say Two mid css '-flat/ Years t
Street and Martha Vickers. Shows at 1400, 1815 and 2015 let look the
us at Aviation Boat Believe I did!
swain's Mate rate ABM >.
Durante. Shows at are to congratulated on
Frank Sinatra, Kathryn Grayson Jimmy
This rate is divided into four grabbing the intramural basketball -
1730 and 2015.
specialty designations: I
DOUBLOON with championship by racking
tSU.\Y-BRASHER: : George Montgomry
1. lAG) Gear 2. (CP
Arresting ; )
of 31-26 NAS Monday
an.1 Nancy Guild. Shows at 1815 and 2015. I up a score over -
Catapult; 3. Gasoline
THURSDAY-BLONDIE'S HOLIDAY with Penny Singleton and sys- i afternoon. Goodman, Connelly -
temst.; I PH Plane Handling.
Paisola Osmar, Kandes
:Arthur Lake. Shows at 1815 and 2015.YeUow ; are
The student while in school is I AEM "A" students CONNELLY -

Water subjected to training in each of I is their captain and coach.
these specialties better classifiedas .
I We are looking forward, that ia,
of the
phases ABM school
THURSDAY SHOW. I i the AEM Sparkles are looking
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-MY FAVORITE BRUNETTE with as it rounded a turn. Then the Along with this there are two forward to meeting this fine intra-

Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour. train began shaking violently, and I more phases. Fire Fighting and mural team in the tournament!

SUNDAY-TRAIL STREET with Randolph Scott and Ann Jef Bla.l cki. in his own words said I Crash Rigging which do not carry We were sorry to hear that Elec.

fries. that the "people knew it was going specific designations but the II I Norris is temporarily out of com-
I work involved in both
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER featuring to turn over. Everyone braced I these phases e I mission with the flu. We hope he
Loretta Young and Joseph Cotten. I themselves and four or five of the are included mainly under the I j i will soon be back on the job in
Plane Handler's duties
WEDNKSDAY': -THAT WAY WITH WOMEN with Sidney Green- cars went over the big 50-foot embankment I once the the Ignition Phase. In the meantime
but the car Bialecki student is designated as such. I I
street and Martha Vickers. Graham and Negley are the
THURSDAY-NO SHOW.THINGS I was riding in luckly just turned : The knowledge gained by Navy :: Big Supervisors good work
: over, but didn't roll all the way experience Use of hand tools for boys!
TO DO-ABOARD I down the embankment. I the operation, maintenance, and
repair of hydraulic units such as: I It was with pleasure that we
I Bialecki who was on his way accumulators heard our Officer-in-Charge, Cmdr.
FLEETS INN-Beer sold nightly 1730-2130: back to NTC Bainbridge :Md., from valves ; check valves; bypass 'G. F. Sauter USNR, simply knownto
; rotary vanes,
leave said that most of the "
and us as the "boss, was to be retained
piston One learns
517. Sandwiches and snacks available. gear pumps.
in his killed, but when he
car were lubrication specifications of I I by the Navy in the fieldof
jr'Bld felt the train going over he braced electronics. This announcement
; splicing serv- !
hands and feet
I BOWLING-Six alleys in Ship's Service avail himself with his icing; soldering: pipe fitting and I by ALNAV is a great credit to
against the ceiling of the train.
our school and to Comdr. Sauter
pouring fittings: use of and die'
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, Luckily, he escaped with only a sets. Also included is the understanding II who has put so much time effort
from rub I
brush burn on his ear and enthusiasm into the
have I of inert gases; high pressure many
1TOO-2130. League games priority. bing against the seat a bruised and
problems phases of the workin
chambers :
gas high pressure
shoulder, and a slightly sprainedback.
I air flasks and buffers. the AEM "AJP School.
The lady sitting next to
SWIMMING-(All Outdoor Pools Closed) Indoor Bialecki fared not so well, as she The fire fighting training is thor- Say, all youse phase gals .
was pinned under the seat Bia ough in teaching the maintenance don't forget to have the Courseof

Pool Bldg. 614 Recreational Swimming. Monday lecki ripped the debris off her, repair, and proper operation of all Study ready real soon. Mr. Wal%
equipment ters is the head man for this job
through Friday...1800 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2045 helped her her her purse on ,with and her proceeded coat gave to The ABM rate is one of the few and he tells me that the deadlinefor

Navy rates in which the knowledge -I reproduction is 31st of March.
Sunday 1300 to 2015.NATTC help her out a window where wait-
ing men on the outside helped her gained cannot be carried into Jansen, the captain of our foot-
to a Pullman. He then helped a civilian life and be directly appliedto I ball team who was crippled in the

LIBRARY Located In Auditorium. little girl out through the window, I a similar occupation. But, in.. game with the Marines last fall

Open Monday, Tuesday, 'hursday and Friday 1300 to and then stood by to give assistance I part, the Navy experience can be I is back in school after six monthsin
Jt to whoever needed it. After applied to many different jobs suchas I the hospital. Jansen Is to be
2100. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun j I : hydraulic
everyone was out, and on the way I repairman, plumb- commended on coming back to
day 1230 to 2100.t' to medical assistance, Bialecki ing, hand tool craftsman, etc. The school and we hope that he soon

stood by with the firemen to quell I IPH specialists may carry his graduates with the highest.

any small fires that could break rate directly into commercial aviation The combination of, Dottie and

ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker. out from the wreck. and have similar duties. Heider working together in the

The disastrous wreck occurred in Book Issue Room has meant a
Physical Training Department :
Bldg. 513.
the early morning of 18 Februaryat real production. Those ol' Informa.tio'n .

t TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical about 3:30: A. M. 10 miles out AOMSHORT I Sheets has been pouring out.
of Altoona, Pa. Many sailors were But watch out for Basic Phase!

Training BIdg. 513. on the train and each did credit to Next week, I hope to be able to -.

himself The final count showed at SHOTSMonday I feature some very interesting news f.

WHERE TO GO-ASHORE least 21 dead and hundreds in- nope not a patty wow! .'
jured. Every passenger was taken So 'til next week, eb good chul-
JACKSONVILLE .BEAC11ES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals either to Altoona Hospital or the ens!
the TOA basket
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam a a* Navy). Surf bath- Mercy Hospital in Altoona. of to head start -- -- ---- -
ball team got a
lug and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus Bialecki is now in his third weekof the NATTC bas Torgeson, and Haugen will leave
against TCT in
started the school as Ordnance strikers
fare 25c. Aviation ,
CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San active service last 13 Novemberon ketball tournament, by beating and go to the fleet. This class has
control tower boys. Forrey
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus., three blocks from last atop on a Minority hitch. as usual been replaced with a new
went all out to score an over- -
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours 50c; canoes-$1.00'per hour motor 21 The next class 033. Of this class four men
whelming points
boats-$2.00 per hour five to eight people pu boat.hell very are hash mark seamen and two
Flaws can be detected in metal night Giacalone was high man have been in service over 19

make a fool of himself, but who re- by means of transmitted waves with 15 points to help Brown, months. These men have all beenin

rBookJ mains a giant. similar to sound through a new Ryan Doerrler Monroe, Carlin, service much longer than the

X-ray process Forrey Bender, McVey Bass, and average "A" school trainees.! Theyare

Whether you like it or not you I Howard whip TOB 41-38. Last Price, Cunningham, Lapham,

NATTC" Librar are living in the atomic age. and so I night these boys met TEA and the Hallman Binder, West and Dzio-
far as it can be revealed DAWN STRIKER score was unknown at the time of konski.

"If you ever find things break- OVER ZERO is the full story of this printing. If successful last e .

ing tough, just swap whatever it is the atomic bomb. This book was night TOA hopes to win the Chain and YoYo Howell and Jim Tiltonare
tit pionship Tournament tonight
written for the ordinary citizen
you have for a bunch of steel traps finish the round-robin type tourn- both taking advantage of the
by William L. Laurence a newspaperman -
G.I. Bill of Rights now, to take
and hit for the Canadian Far : ament winners.
and the only -
I newspaperman flying lessons. Tilton has just
and it's I the War De I Bowling in TOA hit a sudden
North It's rough tough. permitted by about completed his training to
but with guts and luck you can partment to go( through the plantsto I slump when Felles; Frazee, Con- get a license.

catch enough furs in three or four see the making of the bomb to radi Meyers Chase, and Bender r. "
'I S. \
years for a nice stake If witness the trial in New Mexico, dropped three straight games to' -
the Marines last Monday.( McKernan and McCoy are the
you don't believe it read MINK. and witness the actual droppingof .
e newest additions to TOA
MARY AND ME by Chick Ferguson. one of the bombs on Nagasaki ships
The book also contains an accountof Larson and Gibson of classes 'I company. They are both AOM 2

the potentialities of atomic energy 022 and 021 have set new scholastic and have recently arrived from ,J.

Stefan Zweig collected the ma- In civilian life. Also on the records in Ordnance "A" school Caribbean duty.
terial for BALZAC over a periodof atomic bomb there la John Her- with 89.94 and 89.32 averages respectively An official inauguration of the

years but died before the completion sey'' HIROSHIMA. story begins As this is by no meansan new Acey-Ducey board in the

of the book which was ed- at exactly fifteen minutes easy feat these men have received ship's company ready room waa

ited by an Englishman during the after eight on August 6. 1945, with special congratulations from conducted by Messrs. McCauleyand
war under conditions he describes the dropping of the bomb on Hiro the Training Officer and Officerin Turlington during chow last

a. "not wholly normal." It ia a I shima. It ia an. already classic Charge. Wednesday. Being that few or the

readable biography of a giant who account of aU person who lived e t ships company onlookers understand
Clam 023 graduate this week. the game the winner a tfll
bad no particular addiction for the through the greatest single manmade -
truth and who never ceased to I disaster ,in history. Jeanson, Smathera, Calderwood, remains a mystery.

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20 March 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven ,

I Marines -. Station Champions I

'.. (obby Gault To Murines Win Two Lose

WCompete In AAU S I

For NATTC Jax One For Station Title

NATTC will be ably representedby y ya A
a one man contingent in the Station Champions" is the new
National AAU Invitational Track est titles acquired by the NATTC 1 was a different story. Apparently
Meet to be held at Chicago on) Marine Aviation Detachment Basketball -j maddened by the defeat on the previous
March 29th. team, as a result of their afternoon the Marines took:
The one man contingent in ques two victories in a best two-of- J a quick }lead stretched! it to read
tion is none other than Robert three game series with the Flag 25 to 12 at the half and then merely
(Bobby) Gault Y3c of the PT De Rio'g' Unit team, the Mainside Intramural coasted in for the victory.
partment, who is a Dash man and League Champions. The Flag With the games tied at one rio-
holds the distinction of defeating s Unit came from behind to win the tory each, both teams were trying
Claude "Buddy" Young in the 60 first game on the NATTC Audi- doubly hard for success and the
yard dash in the 1944 AAU Invitational torium floor, by a score of 34 to I Championship. The Flag Unit,
Meet As the name of the g'h 31: the Marines took the second on seemingly better on the NATTC
meet implies, the :meet is InvitationaL the Mainside floor by 44 to 31, I floor led 15 to 12 at the half, but
and Bobby has been mvitert and then came back Monday to I blew' the lead, when they failedto
by the Chicago Daily News down the Unit team with a 31 to score a single point the whole
Gault and Young were teammates 26 score. third quarter. Meanwhile MAD hit
and school chums a few The Marines have had a stand- for seven points to lead' 19 to 10
years ago when they both attend out ball club all season They holdan going into the final quarter. Notas
Wendell Phillips High School 1nicago. enviable record of some 15 victories wild as in their first game when
.d Both were given scholarships against two defeats' TCT they had held a comfortable lead
to Illinois University on the from NATTC and the Flag Unit the Marines took it easy and played
basis of their play in Football f 1e were the only two teams to turn I heads-up basketball, to corm
Baseball, Basketball, and Track a the trick. out Intramural Champions for tht
Young took the scholarship but Playing 8 minute quarters, the whole station.
Bobby passed it up preferring to 4A first game )between the Marines As usual, Capt Pat Connell J.
join the Navy. Bobby and Young and the Flag Unit started off slow- was the backbone for his leant
competed against each other in the I ly At the end of the first quarter Connelly was individual high point
1944 National AAU at Chicago the Flag Unit held a 5 to 3 lead, man in the first two games, but
Gault was then in Great Lakes but MAD converted this to 11 to..I was outshone in that departmentin
taking Boot training They both I 10 at halftime. From their vantage the final game by teammate Red
competed in the 40 50; and 60 r point the Marines lengthened their Verbanic and Ferneau, lanky ten. '
yard Olympic dashes. Gault won lead to read 25 to 18 at the end of ter from the Flag Unit.
the 60 and Young got second but the third quarter. Not to be denied, I Box scores of the games follow
In the 40 and 50, Young won, and however the Flag Unit came right
r 'back and Box scores of the Marine-Flag
Gault second.
got ______ _. began whittling down Unit series:
nm.nn mum' n
Bobby was absent from the 1945 I the 7 point lead. The Marines were I
and 46 meets' bec.auhe was overseas riCTtKM ABOVE. !SODKN of the winning NATTC Marine trying too hard and kept fouling, First game:
He did run for Barbers Point I team goes high in the air for a lebound Lower) of the Flag I'nit. with the Flag Unit boys making MARINES
Hawaii in the 1945 Navy Olympics I has his hand in *n an attempt to get the ball. Standing by, ready a high percentage of their charity' Marines Pos.FG FT T
of the Pacific. for anything that may come their way are Hooter (18) of the Flag tosses The fouls are what really
Osmse F 0 0 0
While here at NATTC during Unit and Paisola (3)( ) and Verbamc of the Marines were the cause for the defeat in
Soden F 1 2
1946 he -- -- --- ----- the With
was star halfback of the -- game. but one minute and
Jax Navy colored team, and gain- 35 seconds left Flag Unit tied it Paisola F 2 1 e
NATTC Scores C 4. 2 10
ed all.Na\'>' honors for his feats. Another Win up on a rebound and then kept the Connelly
Verbanic G 2 1 11
lead they got a moment later fort
-- -- --- --- ----- e remainder of the Beranek G 2 3
I game.
Over Banana River 56-40 -
Coach Al Simbaldi and his ; The second' game at Mainside '
NATTC Boxing tram If/t Jacksonville I 11 9 31
yesterday morning for I The NATTCenter Air Riders completing an almost I I Flag Unit Fos FG Pr T
NPFS Ottunnca, where they Lowery, F 2 0 4 .
NATAC Conference
trounced the
trill the : NATTC KEGGLERS Lennartz F 3 2 a
compete in JVninJ Air
I I Banana River quintet for the third time this '
Training A thlf tic Conference season, 56- 10, Hoover F 0 0 0
Boxing Tournament i at the laver boys' home court last Saturday. The locals place i BOWLING' SEASOli Brunson F 3 1 7Ferneau

The ham! untried as t? second to Ottumwa in the NATAC loop play \\th 12 wins I! C 3 0 6
anything' except interteamcomjtftition j and one loss.BanaHII NEARS CONCLUSION Fuller G 0 0 0
i Dodrill G 1 2 4
but for Jack Fisher -
Ricer Tamed '
St-1,0 Collins G 2 1 'S
who tdl1 again t#> in ,the' ring I stiff one with 2nd Marine Division -
Journeying to Banana River for With the of -
deep regret on part
with the colors
of .
The Marines
the final the local Raiders just as eagerto H 6 3-1
game many keglers, the Bowling seasonis
!ijunniny for another title to add I finish will
( on top, put up a stiff '
back -
easily ewept a revengeful about over. TOB has clinched
to ha
expanding string. fight in the first "sudden death"
Banana River quintet as Charlie first place in the Enlisted Men Second game:
Kerr, Al Henmngsen, Jim Cod- cage League which is now finished
handles Lots ..f Mall dington, McNay and "Doc" John- I Other teams seeking the National In the final! games' which were Marines ros. FO FT T,
Annual post office receipts in son played an outstanding game Navy title will be Quantico Ma- rolled off last Monday, Tuesdayand Soden F 2 0 4
Greater New York total more than with precision passes and sensational rines, NATB Pensacola and other Friday TEB took MAD two PaisoJa F 0 0 0
$64,000,000.* More than 12,000.000 I shooting. There was no doubt !strong Navy quintets. of three games. Leeds hit a tor. Kandes F 3 1 7
pieces; of ordinary' mail, 135.000 about the outcome of the game NATTCENTtK rid 213 to lead TEB while Tothof CcmnE'Uy C 4. 9 17
when Knickelbines boys clicked All RAIDER.t Marines had Verbanic G 2 3. 7Beranek
of registered mail, 300,00 pounds I Name FFT Ft. the 205. TOA routed -
of newspaper and 6.000 parcel post : like a clock from the starting gun; Htnninywt I. Id TEA 1, inning all three games, G 3 3 1
packages are handled' daily oy to the final whistle. Johnww' ( 1 11 led by Conradi 184. TEA 2, whichis ,
18,000 cmplojesA Taking a bit of the spotlight (K"iki nr nylon S T 0 t 16 6 a student team and thereforenot 18 26 44
I I again was Saturday's star, "Char- I McNa : 0 in the running for Points towards nag Unit ros. FG FT TLcnnartz .
jet engine consists of four lie" Kerr as he sank 15 points to ('latk 1 2 the Captain's Trophy, madea F 1 0 2
major parts: the compressor, give the locals a safe margin. "elll.1 SUllman'; 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 clean sweep of the three games Hoover F 4. 1 9
which blows in the air; the com- Next Tuesday the NATTCenterAir Kutt.l. 1 a 4 with Personnel. TOB easily won Lowery F 1 1 I

bustion chamber, in which fuel Raiders leave for Great Lakes, Total 24 1 16 from TLT, winning by some 400 Luckow F 0 0 '0
burns; the turbine, and the jet. Illinois to participate in the All- pins. Downs led TOB with a high Brunson F 1 1 3
NAS BANANA RIFER: game of 225 Against TEA 2 on Ferneau C 2 3 1
Navy Tournament to be held from
Art on Books the 26th-29th of this month. The Name J-G FT P.. Friday, Downs again led his team Collins G 1 0 2.Dodrill .

In Italy, during the 16th century Raiders earned the right to com- l.n-hrn B'rll't'r 4 0 0 2 10 0 with a 202 game as they swept G 2 1 5
the front edges' of books were j pete in the tourney when they Lurn 4 0 MVrctt the three gams from the Electri- Fuller C 0 0 g
I 4 1 II cians. Davila was high for TEA 2 -
painted in such manner that the eliminated all competition I Banana 0
McKay 0 0
12 'l 31:
complete design showed only when River Green Cove Bullets) at the Wrnwl 3 1 ';' with 219. Squaring off against
a complete set was properly arranged Natal District finals at Kev \\'est, ruclAK'Q I 0 2 TAP, the B school Ordnancemenwon -
I 2 to 3. Ken Bouchard, of TAP, Championship game:
on a bookshelf. Florida Their first tilt will be
i a
( >
Marines Pos. FC FT
= one of the leading bowlers in the Tj
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BOUND league, hit for 205. Bouchard ownsa Soden F 1 1 3

J _-.: _. '- 255 game, which was made earl Beranek F 2 3 1C.onnelly
ier in the season. C 2 2 6
4icr In Officers Bowling Commander Verbanic G b>> 2 12
a Beebe led an Administration team lanes G 1 1 3
us they won two games from Civilian -
1. Commander Beebe hada 11 9 31
175 game Dr. Colby with 182 Flag:: Unit Pos. F'G FT T,
was high for Dental in their two Dodrill F 0 0 0
game conquest of Civilian 2. HIt- Collins F 1 0 2
ting for 197. Lt Gill helped defeat Lowery Fw 1 0 2
TEA as Training split with them. Fuller F 0 0 0
L Officials are tentatively workingon Ferneau C 6 1 13
a Championship !series of games Hoover G 0 0 0
with the top five teams from NAT Lennartz G 1 1 J
TC against the five leading teamsof Brunson G 2 2 6
NAS. -
v/ 41y ir't 11 4 26

: League StandingsI

NPFS Ottumwa 12 0 1,000 LEAGUE (Final Standings) .
f NATTC Jax 12 1 .923 Team Won Lost PcL"N '
b AS .lax 10 2 .833 TOB 23 4 .855!
N W. NATB Cor Christi 8 4 .666 TAP ,18 V M1
1v' NAS Ban. River 7 4 .636 TEB 17 10 .630
NAS Whiting 7 5 .583 MAD 16 11 t)93
NATB PeflS&roJa 6 7 .462 TEA 1 H 13 ,511
NATTC Wd Island 5 6 .455 TOA 14 13 ,519NATTC
Memphis 4 8 .333 TLT. 116 ,401
NAS Glenview 2 8 .200 TEA 2 9 18 ,333NAS
) St. Simons 0 13 .000 Disbursing 8 19 .296
t THE AIR RAIDEKS LISTEN attentively as t.t Cmdr H Knickelbme, NATTC Basketball Coach: I NAS Dallas 0 13 .000 Personnel 5 22 ,185
f" describes a few cage pointers to the NATTCenter' hopefuls Tht boys are preparing for their crucial ------ -----
i'r'' games in the ALL-NAVY Basketball Tournament to) be held at Great Lakes Illinois The Raiders leave I OFFICERS BOWLING LEAGUE 1 Administration 1 T J500
next Tuesday for the Windy City {standing, left to right: Henmngsen! Kerr, Kuehl, Johnson, Cudd, Team Won Lost Pet TEA 6 8 .429
Wileocc, Amlerson! (Manager), and Goodman Kneeling, left to riGht. I Clark, Stillman, Paneki ,Ouach j Training 10 4. ,71-4 j Civilian 1 8 8 ,429.
Knickelbine, Ooddington, Mancofi( and McNay, Dental 10 4. 714 Civilian 2 3 11 .21'


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Flier Five
Pins Loss
] umu IlU mK P. ,.

1'- '* k On PenSDCOO) GoslingsFace

Banana River Monday In Finale; -)

v Lose To Sports Arena In ABC TourneyBy

:: Bill Kehl, S2c

,: :Mentor Ray Pflum's Fliers had to fight "lire with fire"luesday

night to slip by a fast and powerful NATB Pensa-

cola cage five, 61-55, on the losers' hardwood. The Fliers

t I romped all over the Goslings in their first outing by a 11-

: point mar0riin. 63- W. on- the MninsiHA court._
e Led the blazing f-j'a-c k
by speed ---
1'.u. Gallager and Ed \Vendorf, the;;I fast in the opening minutes of the
f Goslings went ahead of the local i second half as Jim DeGroote,
agers from the very offset of the I Harry Platt and Ed Youmans
f melee and held the lead throughoutthe : dropped in a couple of fielders to
I first half leading at the intermission -i, I push the Fliers into the lead. But
t; by a one point margin, I I then the Pensacola five hit another
I 7-26.. I hot streak and moved seven pointsto
Dribbling close to the floor. Gal- the fore on three buckets by
I lager was by far the "star" of the i Gallager and two from Wendorf.
evening as he kept the Jax quintet I Fliers Pull Ahead

v s I baffled by his dazzling bursts Jax's fire-department brand of
I of ''peed and tricky handling the ball was not to be held back
sphereendorf did not help matters though and the Fliers moved
I much as he passed off superblyto I ahead by a single point with only .
his teammates and dropped in i six minutes left. Ary hit a couple
I I four buckets from the field. I baskets and then the Fliers really
I Captain T. S. Ary kept the locals started a steady barrage of shots,
in the ball game during the first I most of them paying off, for with

.._ ___. ... ... ..n u, ...., ... .... .N.........' ._ .m..... .w.. ...._....v v ___. ,_, I half as he pumped in five two- I a minute left the Pflummen were
Tilt A>' \\'Es B\s.KLTB\LL TEAM: : wound up its seas< n Tuesday night at Penla with an 16-8 pointers and a set of gratis pitchesfor nine points in front of their hosts.
slate. Thi ugh many of the WAVES games were prelims to the Flier tilts the weaker sex stole the 12 points in the first 20 minutes I Then the speed merchant of the
show not intiequintK. : throughout! the :season: Starting with Skipper Edge upper left and following II of play Pensacola five Gallager dropped
I through the V\ they are: Betty Kennibon. Laddie Vladeft. Margaret Jones Ellen Messei" Mildred Coach Pflum lads. came back in a field goal and a free toss to I
Breeland Helm Rump Ida: Free,. Ruth Glover. Phil 1uzl\ski U mine Jones. Jennie Peacock, Ruth --- i finish the scoring for the evening I
LaV\it B 'its Hat din, and III the middle of the "U" Florence Lmdgien. '
__ _. manager Officers Links I Big gun for the night was Ary I
----- -- n',_ ____ .. .. _... with 22 markers to his credit. 'T'

FIFTY GAMES i Slated potted eight goals and half a dozen
Jax-IUavy Swim Squad Will Face : Tourney 'I free pitches to mark up the 22

ON SCHEDULEFOR Miami U Hurricanes On Saturday Here Next Month points.scoring honors Gallager with followed seven Ary buckets for

and a duo of foul shots for 16
NAS NINEWith The Ja\-:S:1Immln; train totaling 15 mermen, \\III With the termination of the CPO tallies
lease: for :Miami tomorrow to compete against the Inivt-rsltj of golf tourney the link spotlight "Ole Dame Fortune" played havoc -
,")>u games already :Miami Saturday at 1430. The local squadill bi out to avenge u turns on the coming officers tour- with the Fliers in this game for
lined up with top-notch college defeat at the hands of the Hurricanes recently' and has been ney which will be held the first two DeGroote and Platt were both defi-
and service working hard in preparation for the t"\ ('nt. weeks in April. The coming competition nitely on the "sick" lint after the
teams The Navy team \%ill consist of J. II. Hunt, I.. \\'. Junes, will be similar to the CPO fray. Platt played with a stomach
throughout the South, the II. :\(. Parks: G. A. Klplej. J. Popovicli>> II. II. M-lu-ffcr. It. A. championships with the exception ailment, and it could be seen that
1947 edition of the NAS Flier Gabriel, A. Eglinton, II. I). Morgan, J. r.h'; Nail)', II. TeUlunan/ of handicaps in the championshipflight. the husky guard: was in pain for
baseball nine is fast becomingthe U. Jszpjrka, A.. K. Schuh, and II. beliefler. he was unable to drive like he has

kind of ball club that will Included in the events will be the 300 meter medley relay The officers must qualify before been doing all season. Then, late
the 50 meter dash, 200 meter dash 3 meter diving:, 100 meter, :30 March and then the handicapswill In the third canto, DeGroote was
give any team a battle. The too meter relay, the 400 meter: the: 100 meter backstroke, and the: be set for match play. In the thrown over a couple of ball players -
squad, now consisting of 25 200 meter: breastroke. championship flight, there will be and received a bruised knee
men, promises to be one of no handicap, but the first flighterswill from the hard stone wall in backof
the scrappiest and speediest be given handicaps of 12 to the goal.

teams ever to grace the grasson NAS Boxers BattleIn I WAVES End Cage 20 strokes.will range The second from flight 2135.handicaps i The Fliers Season will take Closer to the hardwood -

Mason Field. Season With Win Such golf notables as Captain for the last time Monday
This team will run hard and Ottumwa Today ,, Over PensacolaThe Gentner, Comdr. Pflum, Comdr night when they will face the Ba-
fast, taking advantage of every Borne, Comdr. MacElroy, Comdr. nana River cage quintet on the
opportunity coming Its way in a For NATAC TitleAfter WAVES basketball sex- Wright, Lt. Coulter, and Lt. She- Mainside court. Banana River
ball game. In some ways it prom. I turn out holds of
row are all expected to one the two conference
tette climaxed the 1947 season
ises to compare with that memo three weeks ot rigorous at Pensacola when for the tourney.One losses marked up against the
orable team enshrined in baseball'shall training the NAS boxing team Tuesday night Fliers.
trounced the 3311. of the station entries in the
they Goslings,
of memories as the "Gas will climb through the ropes in
The the WAVES $10.000 tourney held at Hyde Atlanta TourneyThe
House Gang." Ottumwa today to battle for the triumph gave an open
18-8 record wins than Park last Sunday was Lt. Jack Jax Fliers
With six more Navy representing -
only one more cut remain Naval Air Training Athletic Con-
collected last who almost upset the ap- Florida in the National
ing, there are still a surplus of ference championships The local they year. Basketball
candidates waging battles for positions pugilists are in good shape, and Laddie Vladeff led the locals to ple cart by carding a 299 and get- Tourney, dropped to the way
In the catching depart. their long layoff has made them" I victory again by dropping in 19 ting a fifth amateur. Lt. Herider side In the semi-final tilt which
ment, for instance, Crane, Werner, eager for the thrill of throwing i points to make her the high scorer was another entry and his amazing was played at Atlanta, Georgia,
and Mullen are battling to don the leather. for the season with 223 points. comeback in the second round last Wednesday when the eventual
Florida Butch Glover contributed 186 brought the acclaim of the gallery champs, the Sports Arena squadof
pads against Universityon I
1 April. All have fine arms The ten boxers who left yesterday markers to the cause this year I He shot an 83 in the first Atlanta, ousted the Fliers by a
were Henry Schilllzzi, Aaron and Skipper Edge looped 168 round but smashed out a brilliant 57-15 lacing.
and potent bats as well as the will
to win. Garcia, Mike Hernandez, Eddie points. T8 in the second eighteen holes. Coach Ray Pflum's sterling out.
DeCore, Jim Regan, F. O'Hare H. fit, seeded as one of the top cage
The mound staff will not give Steiner, Angie Synodis, John Tor- teams in the meet, won its two
Coach T. S Ary: many worries res, and C Grace.Following .! opening starts over two strong
this season with Siedwitz, Daley, ., ?" r.
the Conference bat- ..... 11. : -- : / I quints. The Pflummen furnishedthe
Crews, Berrymen. Adcock Lacotta .T # .
and Gezzelli all fast rounding tles, the NAS pugilists will squareoff 7le1 1 ;_ tourney with an upset, ..though,
against teams from the Sev- as they dropped the third-seeded
into form. Though the hurlers are enth Naval District to decide th-. I Lexington Kentucky entry Tuesday -
not up to the batters as yet, they -1 RUNWAY
evening, 5918.
District Champ. The winner of the I
blaze the pellet past
many d& : '
sluggers when opening day rolls eliminations will journey to San ,/, Jax vs' Piedmont
around. Diego and compete in the all-Navy I _,- !:; [ ",04:3l Paced by stellar T. S. Aiy the
The championships. _ti' ; I IJI Fliers opened their bid for national
infielders are the bright I vl'A\
light of this year's squad, however, The eliminations will be held m I \l/ r'// !,'11' :: recognition with a hard-fought win
and their spectacular fielding feats the NATTC Auditorium 21-25 I ; ,. ;. / -:. (over Piedmont College of Demorest .
are expected to save many ball April under the Joint sponsorshipof '... .' Ioo- Ga.. 5651. Ary canned nine
games during the season Ary NAS and NATTC.FourWay. ._.-'f? "': ,. :.J.--; :: buckets and a gratis pitch for 10!
Guyton, Allen, and Zienta have markers and scoring honors for the
the inside track at present, but Uy Doug I rocket, S2c: I evening
Brandt, Christy, and Beebe are Tie .Many has been the experienced golfer who has ull1ped I The Georgia five held a 33-29
advantage over the local Fliers at
giving their all in an attempt to
take the field. In Officers' off the links muttering dire curses about the people who halftime, but led by Ary, Harry
The hard-hitting outfield has so I didn't know enough about the game to play it, but have gone Platt, and Wesley Paxton, the
many candidates of equal ability i Pin League out on the course with an air of professionalism about them Fliers surged into the lead late in j
that It is hard to choose betweenthe and ruined rule of golf etiquette.For the third frame never to be headed
every again.! !?Paxton and Platt tailed Aryin
players, but Eeaudreau
Hayffes. I The Officers' Bowling League Is the past two years, the sta
the Flier's
column with
Hayes, Whitlock Tilton, and. into the fourth week of know to
swinging tion golf course did not have any other linksmen who how
12 and 10 points to their credit respectively -
survived the recent I I competition and the teams are still trouble of this kind, but recentlyit play the game. .
slashes and are tussling for start- bunched closely together Four has popped up time and again. i I
Then there are the small ..lavs
group LexingtonAn
ing posts teams are tied for first place and It stands to reason that a little
the remaining four squads are en- man would not charge out onto a who go out and dig divots on the underdog Jax-Navy five
trenched in second place. football field to play against best spots of the course, slice the came from behind in the waning;
.R r The keglers from ATU No.6, Army's juggernaut nor would a I ball to places where it may hit minutes of the first half to pull
Flight No. 12 Executive Depart- person who had just put on a pairof some unsuspecting player and do ahead of the Lexington Shamrocksand
'SC ment and Seventh Naval District skates for the first time try to other things that damage a game. take a six-point lead and then
Operations, all hold 2.1 record, match skill with Doug Bently of This selfish bunch, trying to pre- hit a hot streak in the fourth per-
C! while ATU No 1, Supply and Accounting the Chicago Blackhawks, one of tend that they have played before, iod to drop the pre-tourney favor-
A&R, and NARTU are the best players in the National think they are fooling everyone ites, 59-18> before a large crowd
close behind with 1.2 slates. Hockey League. near them. An experienced golfer, Tuesday night.
Despite the evenly matched com- Why, oh why then do some peo- however can pick out their many Harry Platt Wesley Paxton, and .
petition, a few waxboard artistsare ple stomp Into the golf shack and many flaws with ease Whitey Skoog put on a fire-wagon "
brand of ball for the Kentucklansto
beginning to show more consistency prepare to go onto the course when If these dubbers would only real-
than the rest. Maxwell they don't even know how to holda ize that such golf greats as Byron register their second straight
tourney win and their 20th of the
from ATU No 6 with a 182 aver club Nelson, Sammy Snead, and even current
age Reilly from Supply and Ac- Jack Harvey station pro, and the incomparable Bobby Jones had __season.._u ___
counting with 181, and May from his assistant Phil Friel hold golf to learn the game right from the of their friend as a tine golfer.So .
A&R with 179 top the list of bowlers classes regularly every Tuesday bottom, and if they would only what do you say, folks? The
to date and Thursday late afternoons in I take lessons until. they were qualified next time you beginners go to the
In the past week Supply and which they take rank beginners I to take to the course they shack let.s tell Jack Harvey just
Accounting topped Flight No 12, and put them through the fundamental would find that evivone 1 1111'1 hiding how much you know about the
r .r.ll J'w r the Executive; Department trounced stages of the game until themselves, will IK- much happier game mst'ad. of putting on a big ''
I ATLT No. 6, Seventh Naval Dis- the student is able to go out by I There will come a day when, front. It will help you gam friends
"Good show, eh?" tni t Operations, defeated NARTU, himself and play a game without after a perfect putt or a terrific and the necessary pointers to playa
1 U forfeited to ATU No 1 either hampering or endangering smash they will win the plaudits really experienced game of got'

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