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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1947
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Vol. 5-No. 24


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


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



RETURNS FOR INSPECTION TOUR. ..... .. I
.. ____ No For Men In.
_" ''", -- 't. :, : )'" _JIIISiiL 1L Charge

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Uniform AI Grid Tilts



Free Admission, Bus Service Oficrcd

k iiS Personnel And Guests AI Home Games

Prices high and going still higher? Inflation every

where? Well, personnel at NAS Jacksonville can thumb

their noses at such bugaboos especially when it comes to

> the 1947 football season. The big news is out It's all going

to be free That's right-on the house!

I Physical Training and Welfare announced yesterday

.. a that service personnel in uniform,

> y P -, 9 so New Terminal Leave will be admitted free to all horn

games of the Jax-Navy football

't $ I II I f! Settlement Effective eleven which will be played In Municipal .

Stadium. In addition, dependents -
On I I 30 SeptemberTerminal and guests of naval personnel -

leave for officer here will also be admitted

and enlisted personnel-being without charge.
? \ processed for separation from Last year, servicemen in uniform

I aitive duty and going on leave had to pay 50 cents for regular
$150 general admission tickets
i prior to termination of enlistment -
-. _. ... .....,
-- I or tour of duty-will bea and full price for guests.

COMDR. EDITH L. STALLINGS, Director of WAVES (DCNO Air), is greeted upon her arrival thing of the past after 30 For civilians and servicemen not
here last week by Lt. Ellen Word, Director of WAVES for NAATC, right, and Lt. Noma P. Reid, NAS I in uniform, general admission
1947.
WAVES Administrative Officer. The former Women's Reserve Director for this command is currently I September
tickets will be sale at $1.10, and
touring all air activities where WAVES are stationed. An amendment to the Armed on
I Forces Leave Act of 1918 does children's tickets will be availableat <

away with terminal leave as such, 60 cents. Reserved seats will 1M
LADIES AUXILIARY and, in lieu of this practice, a lump
I Another Smoker Slated For sum settlement will, be made on sold for $2.
the To make the deal even better,
day of discharge or release
from active duty.In non-stop Navy busses will trans
OF FLEET RESERVE Mainside Auditorium TonightSpurred :
I the future, personnel will be port naval personnel from the station -
transfered in time to complete to the stadium and back to
NAMES OFFICERS on by the success of the initial boxing smokerat their necessary travel and arriveat the station after the game. And

:: Mainside Auditorium last month, the Physical Training the appropriate separation ac- I this, too, will be provided without

Election of officers for the La. find Welfare Department has slated another at the Audi tivityy sufficiently in advance so I charge. About all the expense personnel
that will be
is the
processing to bear
completedand I will have
.
dies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reservewas
held at the regular monthly I torium tomorrow night at 2000. separation ( rge or release price of cokes and peanuts.
meeting of the Auxiliary Monday Matchmaker Henry Schillizzi, who conceived the idea from active duty will be effected While bus schedules have not

night. Mrs. Clara Stephanz was for reviving the smokers as a regular entertainment fea! not later than their date of: yet been established, it is expectedthat
elected president; Mrs. Florin ture here has promised at least eligibility except: the pick-up point on the station -
1. Enlisted personnel in a disciplinary will be Yorktown and Mustin.On .
Hall, vice president; Mrs. Anne nine bouts on the card. In addi-
BULLETIN! status whose date of eligibility the return trip, the busses will
Kemp, secretary; Mrs. Edna Mae tion, Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Ru-
Gable, treasurer; and Mrs. Thriza bino, PT and Welfare Officer, The NAS Flier softball nine, is defined In subparagraph probably be stationed on the street
Bache, chaplain. has secured the services of four now playing in the All-Navy 3C of AINav 436-46 sail complete behind the north stands. Departuretimes
separation processing and be separated will be announced at a later
professional wrestlers. softball championship final
The club named Mrs. Bertha 1 not later than such date of date.
Beall, Mrs Mary Cundy, Mrs One of the wrestling contests round, topped the NAS Alameda -
eligibility; Four are slated to ba
Frances Gamache, Mrs. Evelyn will match two husky bruisers Hellcats 6-1 Tuesday afternoon I 2. Enlisted personnel retainedas games
played this in the downtown
Karpovitch and Mrs. Grace Snyder who go by the names of Rollln to take the lead in the j witnesses whose date of eligibility stadium. The year season opener will
to the board of directors. I Kirschmeyer and Irish Pat Kelley, three-out-of-five series. I i U denned In subparagraph
be an afternoon game: againstParris
while the other will feature two Daryl Shaw ace Flier hurler,
Immediately following her election 3D of AIN'av 436-46 shall complete Island. The date-28 September
limited the to
Mrs. Stephanz announced her female members of the wrestling opposition only separation processing and be separated ; the time-U30. All other
three hits while fans
world, Joelita Kaufman and Lil- 3,000
appointive officers. They included: watched his temmates bang I at the earliest practicabledate home games will be played under
lian Gian.
Welfare-Mrs. Pearl Szarman- after services are no longer
out hits and the lights. On 4 October, JaxNavywill
ski; Membership-Mrs. Paula Miller For the past month, Schillizzihas seven an important required; clash with Stetson University

; Publicity-Mrs. Cleo Wyeges; been working steadily with victory.The Fliers slated to play I 3. Enlisted personnel retained on 25 October with NAS Perua-
Americanism-Mrs. Marjorie Mai- the boxers, getting them in shape the Hellcats were again for hospitalization: In accordancewith cola, and on 15 November with
ley; Activities-Mrs. Jewell Smith; and giving them some pointers in but the results were not yesterday knownat subparagraph :31 of AINav NAS Memphis All night games at:
Parliamentarian Mrs. Bertha preparation for tomorrow night. time. 436-46 shall complete separation the stadium will get underway at
Beall, Sergeant-at-Arms Mrs' The first bout of the eveningwill press I (Continued on Page 2)) 2000.
Rena Applebaum bring together Richard "The
In addition to the elections, two Nose" Casciano and Henry Polat-
new members, Mrs. Grace Carson acid. Both boys have had previous Comdr. Stallings Visits NAS Jax During
and Mrs. Gertrude Liteky, were experience, and though the highly- i I
initiated into the Auxiliary future touted Casciano will be a top-
plans for a raffle were announced, heavy favorite at ring time. Po- Current Tour Of Naval. Air ActivitiesComdr.
and Mrs. Bertha Beall gave a re- latacki may come up with a sur --
on the recent convention at prising upset. I Edith L. Stallings,
.ort: : Washington. Dick Eckmanian and Austin Director of WAVES for the a three-day visit to NAS Purpose of the high-ranking
WAVE officer's tour to review
was announced that the next O'Brien are slated to battle in the i Jacksonville last week as part was
Naval Air Advanced Training
and discuss the status oC
present
national ('onvpntnn would be held second event, which should be a I
in D.1I1I"I1J.. (Co.ntlnued an Page 2)) Command here during the war of her current tour of all naval the WAVES with WAVES in the
r' years and now Director of. aviation facilities where field and commanding officer oC
activities where WAVES sta
I WAVES for DCNOAir( ) paid I WAVES are still on duty I tioned. are
EW.SH i PERSONNEL INVITED TO .
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Comdr. Stallmgs arrived at NAS
CASHING LEAVE BONDS j Jax from Pensacola on 2 September -
ATTEND HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES .. ._> ..... on the last. leg! of her tour.
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I On her first Personnel of Jewish faith at --- -- --
NAS Jacksonville will join to- tember. The services during Yom a convocation: of WAVES enlisted
gether this Sunday: to celebrat, Kippur wilr1 be held at 2000 on I personnel. The following
Rosh Hashona, the traditional Tuesday 23 September !and on S.'S'R : ., morning she called on Rear Admiral
Jewish New Year. The holiday Wednesday 21 September, from I Ralph Davison Commandant -
begins Sunday at sunset and will 1000 to 1800. of the Seventh Naval District -
last through Tuesday evening The Conservative services will i and Chief of Naval Air Ad..
be held at the Jewish Center Synagogue vaneed Training Captain J. P
week, Yom
The Kippur
following
Third and Silver Streets Whitney. Chief of Staff for NAA-
the of Atonement, will
Day Rabbi Sanders A. Tolfield and TC Captain Herbert S. Duck-;
be observed from sunset, 23 Sep-
Cantor A. Marton will off state i wot th, NAS Commanding Officer,
tember, to sunset. 21
September. Services during Rosh Hashona F, I and Comdr Paul E. Emrick, NAS
Since there are not enough members will be held on Sunday at 2000 ti Executive Officer
: of the Jewish faith aboard the on Monday at 0730 and on Tues That afternoon, she made an
stati.>n to warrant holding the day at 0130. During Yom Kippur inspection of the barracks and
here, servicemen and wo- services will be held on Tuesday, other WAVE activities, and finished -
.ervlces this faith have been Invit- 23 September, at 1830 and on Wednesday .. I off the day with dinner at the .
: the services in Jack- 21 September, from 0300 1.a "0" Club with the 22 WAVE officers
sonville Division officers have to 1800. now stationed hereOn .
been directed to facilitate the at- Orthodox services will be held ai 4 September, Comdr Stall
tendance of Jewish personnel atWthesl the Jewish Center Auditorium,, I ing1 made a morning tour of the
services, and leave should be Third and Silver Streets, under station, and spent the afternoon
to men of Jewish<;; faith the guidance of Rev B Safer I, .ItIS making informal visits She took
': this period, if practIcable. Rosh Hashona win be celebrated on off in a NATS plane for Washing
The Reformed Jewish services Sunday at 1830, on Monday at TilE CASHING OF TERMINAL (leave bondi turned out to be ton early Friday morning,
will be held at the Jewish Temple, 0730, and on Tuesday at 0730 a much more complicated process than most veterans and service- During her tour, Comdr. Stol-
Laura! and Ashley Streets, with During Yom Kippur, members of men imagined And Ed O. Clement' manager of the NAS Facility ings visited NAS Seattle, Moffet
Rabbi Sidney M. Lefkowitz officiating the Jewish Orthodox faith are invited Office of the Barnett National Bank had his hands full as !hundreds Field, NAS Alameda, NAS SaoDiego
: The services will be held to attend services at 1830on of applicants flocked to the bank last week to cash their bondsIn NAS Corpus Christi, NAS
at 2000 on Sunday, 14 September 23 September and from 0800 to the above photo, he tells G L Hatcher, ACMM, the documents he Pensacola and finally NAS Jack
\ '.f 1000 on Monday 15 Sep 1800 on 21 September will nerd while t Wllliann watts to SOP if his papers m,' In orde-t 'ionviileJfl



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BEEN: TH LATELY: ? I
One Answer To Housing Problem .wu A

Get Transfer To Base In Japan"Go '
*_ 1 IW
west, dependents-until you reach Japan!" This slogan might ,
'veil be applied to naval dependents!! suffering from the acute housing 3a w ,
ehortage in the United States. Yokosuka, to be more specific, is!! the o .
place to go.According: .
to statistics, 193 N ,avy families have settled down in s 5e a
Griffin Park in Yokosuka where ;J apanese contractors have built 147

attractive duplex, quadruplex and I'
bungalow type homes. In addition, x. s
there are 96 apartments with one i iIJSi .
to three bedrooms each, remodeled
from former Japanese naval bar-
racks. All of these dwellings are
furnished rent-tree to the individual LJF S

by the Japanese government. ,
Perhaps the greatest delight of
the Navy wife in Yokosuka is the Hy Jean O'Hryant, Y2c
servant problem, or rather the Th Spray from the WAVES is
Jack of the servant problem The
dribbling down to a mere Bleep-
average Navy family in the Fleet Bloop, but we'll keep diggin' for
Activities housing project has dirt. There are so many gals on
three servants whose wages are leave at this edition that it would
paid by the Japanese government probably take up more time and .
Maids, cooks, house boys, valets, space to mention all the ones who
nursemaids and even hairdressers!
are gone instead of dwelling upon
are over abundant and can be secured the doings of the remaining few-
easily. Well--almost. We do hope all the
Named after Rear Admiral R. M. people are having a wonderful I ? yo
Griffin, USN, ComNavFE, GriffinPark leave No need to wonder .
is a miniature American I about Helene Hirsch and Merle I MANY IMPROVEMENTS JlAbeen and will l be made to the Anchorage to make It an ideal '-
town, with its own fire department, I Hamilton having a bang-up time. spot!: to spend an occasional liberty Tableclothes a re now covering the tables new tables and chairs
commissary' store, theatre and a They're out there taking in some have been obtained, and new booths have been Installed. The whole place is spruced up with a fresh coat I
service station for privately owned California sunshine for a change. i. of paint and with those soft breezes blowing m fr om the St Johnsit one of the most comfortable
cars. A nearby gift shop offers (No offense to Florida Chamber places on or off the ,ase Typical Ship's Service prices makes it easy on the pocketbook too
such Items as famed Japanese' cul- of Commerce). I 1------ -
tured pearls silk scarves kimonos There must be a slow leak in
and other oriental wares. our refrigerator food keeps disappearing Fit. Admiral King Awarded I II

Strange as it may; seem, there Really, girls, we
nre a few drawbacks to life in thought you were beyond; the ice- Gold Medal By Congress Q L
Nippon. Shortages still exist in box raiding stage Betty
household' items such as electrical Rucker has the ideal light for the ( SEA)--For his distinguished
wares heavy aluminum pots and date room and is planning on rent- leadership of United States Naval
pans, baby cribs, rugs and other ing it out by the hour Ruth forces during World War II, Fleet
furnishings. Gasoline is also scarce Dobson and Maggie Black are Admiral Ernest J. King was
modeling exclusive hair-dos' these awarded a special gold 'medal b>'
in war-ravaged Japan, thus cur-
tailing the extensive use' of privatecars days. They must whip them up Congress in a presentation at the 1 think I II dedicate this week's
jeeps. with an egg beater! National Naval Medical Center, column on how to dope off or rest
or surplus-bought WATCH FOR-Harriet Primmer Bethesda, Md, on 26 August. while looking busy As you all
Recreation for the family is no without a tie Peacock in a Presented by Fleet Admiral' William know, the club is a fine spot for
problem for the Navy family in dress The WAVE first to D. Leahy the gold medal was this You can sit down at the bar
Yokosuka. for the base offers break out in the new fad long designed by Miss Brenda Putnam, and order a beer. Then you can
Green Beach swimming pool, a ball skirts Lillian Stienke with- New York sculptress, who wa-a; place your chin in both hands and
diamond for the youngsters and out "Duke" Lois Miller with- selected by a jury in a competition snooze while everyone thinks you
even a "Yokosuka Yacht Club"where out a smile Mary App at the among eminent artists. : are admiring your beer.
sailboats and dinghys are chow hall .. news for this column One side of the medal bears the Then there is the swimming pool
available. Club facilities are offer- !!! image of Fleet Admiral King with Af out back. Put on a pair of swim-
ed CPOs and their wives. Have you noticed how many the border inscription: "Fleet Ad- I PSJ ming trunks, lie down beside the
Families with children have no girls in the lower east wing! live miral Ernest Joseph King, Com- 22nd, 1946 on behalf of a grateful pool, lay your arms over your face.
worries about education, since pa- alone and like it. Practically no mander in Chief, U. S. Fleet and nation" Everyone will think you are takinga
rochial schools of both Catholic one over there has a roommate.All Chief of Naval Operations, 1942- sun bath. Of course, swimming
and Protestant denomination are the more cleaning for them, 45." trunks are a must.
6pen in Yokosuka._ In Tokyo 12 though. And after last week, our The opposite side shows three i110spital Then, on Saturday nights at the
grades in elementary and high barracks should be absolutely the powerful horses held in check by dance, you can sit out at the
school have been established at the cleanest place on the station the strong grip of a charioteer tables and wear dark gla *es-
American School for Dependents.A With so many inspections rolling This figure symbolizes the power ChatterPatients waking up now and then to say
modern American community around, some of the round-the-.1 held by Fleet Admiral King the I. "hello" to Horace or Cadwalder or
is being built in Yokosuka but clock workers are ready to pitcha first man to hold the offices of whatever the case may be. But
there is still room for improve tent out back or move in with Chief of Naval Operations and are invited to attend a you mustn't forget to order afresh
ment. As officials tell families be- "Duke" and "Pebbles". Commander in Chief, U S. Fleet, card party in the Red. Cross Recreation beer as the evening progresses. t
fore they come: "It is definitely Since the accusation' made in a simultaneously The border on this Hall, 11 September at !. If you have a female guest, this \
not like living in the States," and previous column, Frenchy is!! practicing face bears the inscription: "Awarded 1930 Come on down and play your works fine. She can do all the
then they add, _hopefully-"yet." I on "Anchors Aweigh" by Congress, Act of March favorite card game, cause there talking and will be saying to herself ; I
5 S 5- i such is the power of the press! will be plenty of partners for you "My My! What a polite listener -
"
AnotherContinued I wares in the sixth bout, when the 3ltle'rl We know all of you fellows A lew he serious is. notes now. Malone, 1 I
opening! bell rings Barney Galla- would like to go back to school for the new president, met with the t
( from rage 1)) gher, 150, and Bill Deschene will ; StI'IJ one day. Be on hand September 15: board of governors last Wednesday -
very close affair. Both have had be throwing both fists at one an- at 1930 in the Red Cross Recrea night. Everyone is anxious I
some experience in the squared other. "Did you ever Mop t4J think tion Hall for a Back-To-School- now to know what transpired and
circle and Eckmanian fought in Karl Belk, 167, who made such that b>' abusing privilege yourself Days party. Laughs! Refresh see results. But it's still too soon
the last'! smoker, walking off witha I a fine showing in the last smoker you endanger thee privileges ments! Girls! to expect so much. Give them a
win. I before he was finally knocked out, for shipmates!" little time. They voted $100 to the
Aaron Garcia and John Alvor- will really fight when he takes!!! on your Navy Wives Club to help keep the
ado will clash again in the third John Torres!!, 165, of Chicago. The ambulatory patients are Nursery going. That's a fine thing
bout of the evening!,', and this one Torres took a Golden Gloves!!! Nov- New spending their spare time in the and I don't think anyone has a>
should really be a thriller. In their ice Championship last winter. O. T. Department weaving rugs, kick coming on that.
last encounter both boys threw Two hard-hitting heavyweightswill (Continue from 1'aga 1) working and all with of plastic leather metal work.work We,, Is the bar supposed to be stag?,
every punch in the book against try to batter each other to processing and be separated at the types Crawford has Since it was declared stag, I've
hear that Chief
each other. Garcia getting the nod the canvas in the last bout. T. earliest date practicable after their Miss seen women in the bar room every
in a split decision. Bevel, 180. will be up againstF. dlx barge from treatment; turned into an eager weaver. I time I've been there. Sunday, there
would like to see' more
Another brilliant fight is ex- Fuel, 190. Fuel is a strong! O'Doherty was one behind the bar using the
pected when Jimmy Regan and Joe candidate for the football team 4. Reenlisted personnel uho patients participating in Occupational phone. I don't see why the bar
Steiner clash in the fourth bout of and should be in top shape for will have completed sufficient aervkie Therapy. should be stag. Some members
who the the match.A l<< for transfer to the Fleet Keerve the bar with lady
the evening. Steiner, tips I prefer to sit in
scales at 142, will have a seven-! last-minute addition to the or retired list on date of eli :Miss Katherine DeBhcux has friends. One or two members think
pound weight advantage on Regan, program was announced by Schll- gibility. Such personnel l who have been to her home in Shreveport, that foul language sounds cute, but.
but the lighter boy. will have the hzzi yesterday. Bill De Colus, 158, submitted requests for transferto Louisiana, for a week's leave. Welcome the others conduct themselves! as
edge in experience. and Joe Martin, 155. will be the the Fleet' Reserve or retired list back to the fold, Miss De- CPO's.
Sol Zwirn, 153, and Chris Cris- contestants.The prior to the date they would normally Blieux, we missed you. Just had a word by pony express
cola, 151, should provide plenty of fights will consist of three transferred for separation that C A. Szafranowski. ACMMof
shall be retained pending receipt -
excitement in the fifth bout of the minute-and-a-half rounds unless The Red Cross' staff and patients Engine Overhaul, A&R, is the
night. Both boys are amateurs and there is a knockout or a T.K.O. of niiPer action. regret to see Miss: Josephine Clark happy winner of the hundred and
have never had any experience The announcing chores will The term "dat of eligibility" leave the hospital. Miss Clark is I twenty five smackeroos. Nice going .
prior to the training period. again be handled by Art Greene, used!' here means the normal date being transferred to Fort Benning, Ski. < Anyone not knowing
Two more novices will climb Jax Air News editor, and the time- of expiration of enlistment or extension Ga. We hope you will be very how to pronounce that name just
through the ropes to show, their keeper will be Doug Crocket. for Regular Navy enlisted happy in your new assignment, II sneeze! hiccup, and sneeze again
personnel, or the date of expiration but don't let the Army beat the and you will have It. I'm in favorof
of voluntary or involuntary Navy's time, Miss Clark offering another prize to anyone
retention on active duty or suck! who can pronounce it correctlyon
other date as may be specified by PATIENT OF THE WEEK: We the first try, )
competent authority for release have for our patient of the week, .
from active duty for all other per- William Robert Welsh, Sic, from

sonnel. timer Ward here.B-4. Welsh is quite an old Navy Day DanceTo

Welsh enlisted in the Navy October Be Staged By
Admiral Davison Will 16, 1915. He received his boot Fleet ReserveThe

Award Citations To training at Camp Perry, Virginia.
y rM' On February 27 of this year, Welshreported Fleet Reserve Association
Reserve Committed>> to this hospital with an will stage a Navy Day Dance on
injured hand. Friday, 24 October, in the air-
Citations signed by Secretary of His favorite hobby is collecting conditioned ballroom of the Roosevelt -.
Defense James V. Forrestal will records Other hobbes!! are arts and Hotel it was announced this
be awarded to members of the crafts. For reading matter he prefers week. Music will be provided by
Jacksonville Volunteer Civilian dramatic stories Favorite JJim -White's Rhythmasters and
Naval Reserve Committee: tomor- music--tangos. Favorite food the dance will start at 2100
row by Rear Admiral Ralph Davi- lobster. Favorite rt'creatlon-danc- Tickets are already on sale at
. son, Commandant of the Seventh ing $]25 per person. Only a limited
Naval District. The presentation Welsh's home is East Lynn, number are to be sold to avoid .
1 will highlight a luncheon in the Mass. After he gets out of the overcrowding.
.4 ... ., .- which Admiral Davi- Navy, lie plans to hark to East Chief E B. Mallry, NATTC Chiefof
..-................. -- -- "O" Club at go
Official V S Now Photo son will act as host Lynn and work in a bakery.The Polite, WMg 500, ext. 8t81: ;
The citations are being awarded Red Crow Recreation staff Chief J, E Gable, Shop 231 Supervisor .-
FASTEST !MAN on earth In. the title given Maj. Marion E. Carl in appreciation: of the support received appreciates his help with the Recreation A&R Overhaul Control: an 1
USMl, who broke the world's air speed record set only a week during Operation Naval program He is always Chief J J Schwelghofer Operations -
previous to hill flight by CUlt Turiur I aklwell. USN Flying in the Reserve by members of the local I standing by to lend a helping'I Chief Ll lg, 118 ext 226, are I
same Douglas Skystreak Carl was ofli.iallj timed at 650.6 mph I committee I hand in charge of ticket sales.

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SALTY HUMOR FROM

HERE AND THERE ArlUSE NIB


I Chaplain: and remember,
men, a woman can make a fool yI
I or you In 13 minutes. Why the
puzzled look, Boats? What are you
I thinking about?"

Boats: "Those 15 minutes."

+ I I I
ft Bill sez he took his girl frend out I

in the fog and mist.
_
I MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMOVIES
Censor: An expert In cutting
remarks. : Weekday-1730 and 2000; weE'kentllUO and 2000
THURSDAY
"STRANGER FROM PONCA CITY," with Charles Starrett.
If a woman is nothing but a rag,
a bone and a hank of hair, a man FRIDAY
to nothing but a bray, a groan and BOXING SMOKER. Starts at 2000.
a tankful of air, S..TUIUJ''YNU SUNDAY
I "THE YEARLING," starring Gregory Peck.
3 MONDAY

"I heard you were awful sick, "THE OTHER LOVE," featuring Barbara Stanwyck.
couldn't the doctor do you any TUESDAY; AND WEDNESDAY

I ... ... good? "SINGAPORE," starring Fred McMurray.
.... .
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I .. -- "No, he told me to drink a gal THURSDAY
Jill SOME ONi: ; MIX these pi.lures up! No, but it looks like lon of whisky after a hot bath" "SMOKY RIVER SERENADE," with Paula Campbell

these dancers ought to swap partners. Anyway, these candid cam- "And did you do it ?"
1 era views taken at the Mamstde Dance last Friday night proves that, the I JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMShows
couldn't finish drinking
tall or short, everyone has a good time at the station dances (Oh, "I I,
yes you might find a partner your size if you really look around!). hot bath. start at 2000.1IIUKSDAY ( .
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AND FRIDAY
Navy Enlistments In We envy the portion of the Hollywood "LURED," starring Lucille Ball.
J tlle- 'l.'j'Jflnf\ { janitor whose salary includes SATURDAY
I July Total 12,611SEA room and board and, any ",
__ rrrr i l't" "SMOKY RIVER SERENADE with Paula Campbell
'; \ ( )- number of new Mile ertraji he can pick up.Lad SUNDAY
\ and
-, ',, ." enlistments reenllstments In "BEDELIA," featuring Ian Hunter.
I the Navy during July totaled 12- looking through a telescope MONDAY AND TUESDAY
611 about 84 per cent of the established : "God!" : "THE YEARLING" starring Gregory Pock.
I quota for the month. Friend: "Aw, gwan it ain't that \\EDNKSD\Y
: I The total sum was comprised of powerful." "THE OTHER LOVE," with Barbara Stanwyck.
.L It j 5,433;') naval personnel who decidedto THURSDAY
do another hitch and 7.17G men "See that girl? That's my SINGAPORE" featuring Fred'McMurray.

To a great extent, our future depends !' who enlisted for the first time. girl."
.- I The large number of reenlistmentsi Uh-huh, Good looking. fur coatshe's OTHER EVENTS
on building a bridge between .
i, represented 49,7 per cent of the wearing, I
East and West HIGHER BY ASIA I total whose enlistments expired. "Yeah, I gave her that BINGO PAnTY-Every Wednesday at 2000'at The Anchorage.

by Edmond Taylor is the authors "Pretty hat, too." MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 12002100.
story of the war years when he "Yeah, I gave her that""Boy Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays. .

was on Admiral Mountbatten'sstaff I Phantom Jet Fighter ."what a sparkler. she'swearing MODEL RACE CAR CI.Vn-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1000

in the Southeast Asia Corn- Will Undergo Ice Test "Yeah, I raae her that. Fridays 1'IIOTOGIIAl'IIYMCLCBRoom 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930(

man i and later commanding of- I I SEAMt.Vashingtpn, N: H, "And say, that's a cute little Thursdays.
'
ficer of all activities of the Of- will be the site of an ice test put boy she has with her. BOU LING-Six alleys located in Mainside-Recreation BuildingNo
to the Jet fighter plane, Phantom, "That's her brother. 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 :o 2130.
fice of Strategic Services in that i this winter BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lleut.

theatie. The book is about "whathe Because of severe icing conditions Heathens: Folks who don't quar- Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Malnside Mat after

learned during his assignment, I and 150-mile-an-hour winds rel over reltyion.
of ways of life and ways of think- that whip through that region of I 1500.MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the ,RecepUv Center, located in
the White Mountains, the 6,233- the South wing of Building No. 955: is open to NAS personnel' and
ing in that part of the world especially Tennant: "The roof Is leaking
foot landmark
chosen
was as an
I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions -
those of the English in ideal spot for the Icing tests. badly. The rain comes through. by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
India and the Indians themselves, The plane will be secured in a How "much longer is this going to nograph available for use of all hands.

and the soul-searching it induced flat topped building to be erected last? LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Malnslde Recreation Build
'., on top of the mountain. Open at Lan fiord: "What do you think I
I 2100
in aim," I Ing No 3. Open from 0900 to Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
both ends In order to form a natural am a weatherman? 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
Based on fact LOST EDEN by wind tunnel, the building will
SWIL'l1NGoutdoor pools) Daily Monday through Saturday-
Paul McGlnnis is a romantic nov- I be closed during non-test periods I Tobacco A plant found In 0800 to 1900; Sunday-1200 to 1900.
el of the South to protect the engineers from the many Southern States and in some
Seas in which you GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-
I
meet such interesting people as I sevens cold, ___ ___ cigarettes. day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing;

Captain James Cook, Lieutenant I CAN'T trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
YOU WIN By Hough II01t\OE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with Uberty

Bligh, and George Vancouver. It RArds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason

Is the exciting story of Midshipman Field.

John Westermark, a venture- RECRUITING r TKNNIs--Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training -

some young artist, who was commissioned i I Building N\\). 726.ARCHERYClub.
_, to sketch exotic plants I : located IP Bldg. 899, open dally from 1800
and unknown animals on Cook's 1" to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.

third voyage into the Pacific IA I I Everyone welcome. .
The stirring experiences ot a REEWUST NL'USEnY-Sponsorel1 by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
tiny band of soviet guerrillas are I Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2400; Saturday 0700 to
related In the novel, COMRADE 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25: cents for one child; 10 cents
FOREST by; Michael Leigh. This for each additional child; Card-$7 for one child; $2 for each additional ..
is the story of a small group 01 : child; Daily I for working mothers: )-$1 from 0700 to 1800.
heroic people who withdrew into --- -
the vast Russian forest when the I I Photographic Squadron Five The
GET COMMENDATION Unit was given the commendationfor
invading army forced them lu
leave its outstanding heroism in actIOn -
their homes
and \illajjts'
From this story one gains an inSight 1 RIBBONS FROM C. 0.1 against the Japanese forces.
.rte Lasater served aboard the USS
into the
character: and mode
of thinknir i ,'i<:- An officer and enlisted man at j South Dakota when the ship took
part- in the Battle of Santa Cruz
sian pe;).1 NAS Jacksonville were presentedwith i
and the second battle of Savo Island -
If you tf.ljvO. )' uo..a v... C',,.U.,",,. commendations for their heroism during the Japanese attemptto
try reading the double-ban"l I during the war by Captain recapture GuadalcanaL
mysteries included in the volume i Herbert S Duckworth, Commanding .
FAMOUS STORIES OF CODE: I Officer, last week, in the conference
AND CIPHER, edited by Raymond room of the Main Administration Navy To Construct
.' T. Bond. The author has surveyedthe Ii Building Rocket
field of ciphers and codes Ensign James H. Greely, III, son $300,000
from sheer romance down to the of Mr. and Mrs, James H. Greely, Propellant Plant

grim realities of the Tokyo- Vash- ; / .. Jr, of 8300 Arlington Ave, Upper (SEA)-.Rocket stock rocketed
ington broadcasts of the Japanesejust (f t Darby, Pa, and Richard L. Las-
before the war. In this collec- ater, SK3c, son of Mr. and Mrs, with the authorization by the
tion, he included such stories an 7 M t'Y"bJ ; L. Lasater of Cotage Grove, Ore- Navy Department to spend approximately

"The Puzzle Lock" by R. Austin J J't gon, both received the Navy Unit $300,000 on the con-
Freeman, Poe's "The Gold Bug," oN Commendation
t struction and of
"The Adventure of the Dancing Greely earned his commendation development a
Men" by Conan Doyle, "Calloway during the period from; 20 Novem pilot plant to produce naval gun '
and rocket at the
I Code" by 0, Henry and other ** and after a few more years In the Navy blah-blah- ber 191 to 26 May 1015, when hI Naval Powder propellants IndianHead :
,
by equally outstanding writers. blah was assigned to duty in Fleet Air Md. Factory
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Vice Admiral G. F. Ho**.y,
I STALEMATE By IbrOldJone"Sl' I USN, Chief of BuOrd, said that

construction of the plant does not
mean that "large scale produc-
! e ,
,,' I tion" is planned The objective of
r! I
r the new research plant will be to
I .' lii I :-c determine new and experimentaltypes

\ fl" for propellants for possible
i future development.
Mlhui
: ... ( The plant at Indian Head was
iI. p1." established in 1892 as an ordnance
\\1. proving: ground. In 1900 the Naval
.
I. Pn A ? Iw r \: i Powder Factory was founded

N .IIJ, on the same site.
1 ,

1j j Chicago (AFPS) Three cua-
tomers played cards in Max
r Ri.ii'he's tavern. When they be-
I
\ Mlbw '" btrROtO I ame bored with the game, they

.. Ili 1 r. ,\ JaNfS held up Rlsche and walked away
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Foul jAX AIR NEWS 11 September 1947


ITS A TOUGH UFO By Sleeves
\ Our
J" XfW .t rS TeenAgersA '

proposal is being considered by the "0" JOIN THE

Editorial Otnc Club to turn over the club lounge every Fri- I .

Boot Wing, Loner Deck, liM* 930 day evening to teen-aged children of members c NAVY

Telephone Extension 8184 and their guests to compensate for the ) SEE T 1
'lack of suitable recreational facilities in town. 1 e -
Arthur M. Greene Editor THe
While no one can rightly oppose such a I WORLD ,fill
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the
laudable project, there is just one thing ':!(y
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and : 6etMV II4N
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at wrong. It only solves part of the problem. V( tvt.t t/r/

no expense to the government and in compliancewith How about the teen-aged children of other now

SecNav Circular Letter 43-1918 dated 12 December naval personnel ? They, too, face the same i r ) tt3lmDf
1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical dilemma when they seek a place to spend a

Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval few hours in the evenings which has a

Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of healthy, wholesome atmosphere. Except for

the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxiliary Air the station movie, they have little else to
Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunnery Range do
with their leisure time after dark.
And the U. S. Naval Hospital.
Rear Admiral Ralph Davisoa Now is the time for someone to follow the' ,
Commandant. Seventh Naval District lead of the 0" Club and provide suitable fa-
Chief ot Naval Air Advanced Training
cilities for these other youngsters. Maybethe e
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth. USN. Commanding CPO Club would like to make available .-
Jacksonville Naval Air Station \ ,
a part of its building once a week so that a
IIi19 .
CWtitln Jul* F. Schumacher USN Commanding teen-agers can have a place tq listen to a "i:1:+iiil1TiiiiN !"'! a

Naval Air Technical Training Center juke box, dance, sip cokes, and chat. Even 1

better yet, perhaps it would be possible to use
.
Captain S. M. Shaar (MC) USN Commanding
U. 8. Naval Hospital an idle building on the station for a young :

folks' club with parent-volunteers acting as : :

C.tealn Naval F. W.Air Prleitman Reserve,Training USNR. Commanding Unit supervisors. This has been done at other :

large naval activities with success. ,
IX. CJ. T. C. Moor. Jr., USMC Commanding
Marine BarracksIA. Operated as a sort of small-scale "Teen-

Town", the club would provide the ideal solution ""111' don't we- join up and see all those strange people In the
C mJr. Neil Avery USN. O-ln-G "
"world?
Naval Air Gunnery Rang to the problem of where to go for some

good, clean fun. It need only be furnished

Cui>.taln Auxiliary C. S. Cooper Air Station USN. CommandingNaval Cecil Field simply, have a juke box, a good, smooth floor, Commercial l I .

and, perhaps, a snack bar. If the snack bar 0 CLUB"In

Cap*. Alexander M. Hearn. USMCMrrin was impractical, a couple of well-stocked coke Bulletin :
Aviation Detachment rJoleJ
machines might do the trick.

TV JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship' Editorial Association ma- It's only an idea, folks. You take it from Bulletins will be accepted until the interest of contributing
terial. Kepublicat.on; of eredited matter prohibited without here. space has been filled, but no later- recreational facilities for the
pcrmiMion of SEA. Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any than 1000 Tuesday Ext. 8230.
ether matter, by service i publication*, U prohibitedwitbout entertainment of our young
lsioCPf Editor, JAY: AIR NEWS. FOR SALE people, it is proposed begin
Soprano saxophone B flat. J. A. Et'boll.eat. ,
403.Llviagroom. ring Friday 26 September to
rug 9x12; baby couch and turn over the Club lounge to
bassinette, practically new. S724A Riley the exclusive use of teen-aged
150 Years Old St.. Dewey Park J. R. Roberta. children of members and their
t40 Oldsmobile six, four-door sedan Very
good condition. Lt. Ug) H. W. Fressell. guests each Friday evening
(SEA-The oldest ship in the United NI.lI 3 cir1VieUus iiOtRStItXX1 BOQ 710, Room 137. Call after 16JO. from 2000 until closing time.

States Navy, the historic sailing frigate Constellation 937 radio Packard.heater good Engine rubber.just A overhauled solid car. Members comments on this

Phone ext. 711, Zwlrn, Check Crew suggestion are invited.
celebrated her 150th anniversaryon
ATU No. 4. e *

1 September 1947. One of the six vessels Dearborn new gas used heater only, 2500 three B.T.U.month Practically ideal By popular request, sandwiches -

for small apartment $20. Alto rollaway are being served every
authorized by Congress in 1794 the Constellation
-
"SAY IT"You
bed and mattrei. $10. Lt. Earl evening-in the BAR only-

was built under the direction of have a friend-a man, a woman, a 8-1S8 Renaker. 1371 Cumberland Road. Phone from 1630 until closing time.

the Secretary of War, since the Navy De- boy, or a girl. For some reason you love him 1931 haul Indian good Chief condition."74." Recent$250. top Contact over

INMrtment was not formed until 30 April 1798. very much. Have you ever told him so? Perhaps G. H. Hokanion YA-ATU No.5 Bill. men 25S1 Dellwood Ave. Phone 7.fUP.
E, ext. 8200. Mr. Wilkinson.
he would like to have "SAY
Tired of the humiliating plundering of the you IT. Plano .ir!'* bicycle. VlI. G. A. liar- Furnished corner room next to bih !la
Your friend has helped you along the way grave, phone 2-7338. 1 private home. Prefer gentlemen, 6334
Barbary powers, Congress authorized the two house Brick, two bedroom, stove Freemont St.. Phone 27424. Mrs Bar-
in the days..gone: .by. Gratitude! is in your: refrigerator hot water_ _heater._ Eight_ kM.
building of the frigates and appointed Joshua Heart. Do not let it lie buried there-"SAY mile from Whiting Field mall down Large bedroom with bath. 1211 WindM
payment, term can be arranged. One
Humphreys, a Philadelphia designer, as IT." bouse available now the other available Place. Phone 2-1692. Deaving.
oon. Contact Dean O. Skinner CI: KV) Three-room furnished cottage newly redecorated
constructor and master builder. Some joy comes his way. You rejoice with VTNAS Corry }Field Fensacola: Fla. See Dukes Sr. BOO. B.'dg. 1 11.
him. But he will never know it unless you 30 cal Winchester rifle, carbine type between 1215 and 1300.
Built in Baltimore, the Constellation de- with 18 round ammunition 120. 2969 Widow will share horn in Fairfax! Manor
"SAY IT. Hunt Street. Phone 7-4920, A. E. Hart- Including sun porch livinyroom.
parted in design from the conventional frig- An honor comes to him. He wins in the I ley. kitchen and breakfast room. Two bath,
livingroom suite couch plat with
Three-piece
one bedroom available, nice home
ate in that Humphreys designed her longer game of life, and you are glad-"SAY IT." form rocker lounge chair $125; Singer every convenience. Block from NAS bus
portable sewing. machine ISO. bumper and two city buses. Phone 2-1512, Mrs.
and broader and with less freeboard. This Your friend succeeds in some task whichhe jack. Booth. 1333A: Randolph St., NAS. Boggs.
has undertaken. You feel a grateful pride 'Ive-piece dinette set, lour-pi< Young lady
enabled him to place twice
as many guns on let, living. room let include couch
and wife children. Two mile from
that he has done it "SAY IT. no
chair,
leather
chair upholstered
set easy
NAS. Phone 2-2003, Mrs William Ut-
the Constellation as were carried by
any three table lamp, coffee table, radio
A sorrow comes his way. He may have lost table two end tables, cooking. uten- Eluee.
other ship of similar size. his sils. Also baby buggy and bassinette Furnished room with or without PrW
Some of his loved
property. ones have for $S. 1445B Child St.. NAS, Wallace !- vat bath. Kitchen: privilege, near bus
On 7 September 1797 she was launched and gone wrong. Disease may have laid its hand ext. 837S. line. Small baby welcome. Phone 2-C679
her first commanding officer Captain Thomas Baby buggy practically new. $10; bas Mr*. Taylor.
on him, taking away the glow of health. You sinette. $3; three large white corner Single bedroom, also large room with tn.
Truxton, came aboard. Scarcely had she would share his sorrow with him-"SAY cabinets, glass doors, coat $n each will double bed,. Reasonable rent to permanent
been fitted with her 38 when sell for $10 each; utility cabinet $5. people. No children. Phone4S3S,
guns war was IT. Phone 8.1260. Mis Ray. Mrs Tart.

declared on France. Receiving sailing orderson Old age, or perhaps a breakdown in the Maple bed tprings mattress, and dresser Small WANTED
clean and in good condition $45;
30 :May 1798, the Constellation proceeded human machinery, may shut in your old site Simmons' baby bed no mattress $4; Rid from Spring Park Road and AtUtt'e'.
let ot Hollywood bed legs $4. J. H. Blvd. to NAS. Working hour 715 V
to Hampton Roads where she awaited arrival shipmate so that he can no longer fare forth Camp. ext. 394. 1247B Hancock St., 1600. Phone 9-3998 Steyrman.

of shot before putting to sea 24 June among his fellows. Perhaps the end draws NAS. Woman or couple going to Calif. approimately *-
Wedding band heavy 18k gold. Will sell 13 December to help drive. Mrs.
with a convoy of eight vessels. : near. In your heart you wish him bon voyage for $15; coat very much more. Me:- Mclntire phone 8.2029 after 1700.

From this point on, history records the as he nears the sunset gate. A word of Three Leod rooms ext. 341.of furniture. 3417B Elly- Baby play pen Lt. Jones ext. $21.

: sterling record of the Constellation. After kindly sympathy would brighten the way- Three son St.. Dewey of Park.furniture Hall.with cooking To apartment.buy or rent.Convenient Two bedroom to NAS. house Phone 'I)

r participating in four wars, (French, Tripoli, I. "SAY IT." utensils rooms; also large pink baby bassin 35)2 Lt. Brigg
t- 1812 and Civil War she towed The of death have knocked ..site like new. 1182: Cumberland Road Small furnished apartment about I October -
) was finally messenger may R. J. Durand. In vicinity of NAS. For offices: and
. to Newport, R. I., in 1893 where she was put I at his door and borne away into the unseen 1936 Hudson sedan In good condition wife. H., no Gatchell.children. Ext. 765 Lt. <.'omdr.M. .

out of commission. In 1914 she was strippedof world some loved one. A word of sympathy dishe$300. Three and cooking room. of utensils.furniture 1204 include Cumberland Will teach a limited number of piano

her "modern" equipment and fitted out II may help lighten the load and brightenthe 937 Chevrolet Road R.sedan Robinson Engine ext.just 285.overhauled pupils.Norman Beginner St., Dewey or Park.advanced.Mr.UU"'JJ

to resemble as closely as possible her original way-"SAY IT." practically new tire*. Brenman Ride Master.from Riverside t Daacy to .
!
appearance. A personal word, a telephone call, a post- New ext.quarter-Inch(54. speedway electric. drill. Main Gate. Working. hour dbOO to 1630.
card a letter a telegram and only few $11.80; Pflueger surf-casting. reel I. new Miss Anner, ext. 287.
Now, berthed in Boston, the Constellation a Ride from Riverside section to NAS.
condition cost $14.40 will sell for $10
minutes of time I Silent Your ; Working. hour 0730 to 1600. Mina Easbure -
will serve once more as a "floating monu sympathy. own T-tube cabinet radio with broadcast and .
ment" to the United States Navy. life may be better because of it ; but your short 8156 wave Hangar band 140., $49. Lt. Dixon ext. Used baby eat play 8U%pen In good condition.!

friend may go to the end of the journey and Kodak 620 camera never used excellent Comdr. Blythe. ext. 8331.
] condition $60. Mrs. Falmaroy phone FOUNDBaby
know. You add to the
never may joy ; you 2.-5805 after 1730. stroller Found between unit 4001
SCHOOLS GET SURPLUS MATERIAL may lighten the load ; you may brighten the Two-piece living room suite and occasional and 4003 in Dewey Park. S. J. ('Conkln
chair. $50; baby highchair $7.60. 400ID Dewey Park Annex.
SEA In the last three approxi- way if you only take time to "SAY IT. J. B. Quinn 1212A Hancock St.. NAS. LOST
(
years 939 Buick century: four-door sedan. $800.A. Odd brown leather coin purse, lrid) )>
mately 20,000 schools, colleges, and universities L. Fenaes. Hangar 62j NATTC.ext. with green velour. Lost In or near Hospital
FREE BLOOD DONATIONS 696. Ship' Service Great sentiment
of
have received worth
$61,300,000 940 Oldsmobile six two-door sedan. New value. Please return to Mr. R. A. Pow-
surplus Navy property, including machinery, (SEA-An) estimated 3,700,000 free tires, new paint job mechanically Rood, ell, 1131A Allegheny St., NASCorker .
$850.: 1010 Barln Street. Chief Watson -
I
ipanlel. cream colored Name Ie
boat gear, boats, and mechanical equipmentfor blood donations every year is the Red Cross'goal ext. 647. linger Sun IV. Reward George ).1.\1.,,
in their vocational training in its blood The 946 late Ford super deluxe convertible ex.. 498, Wslfar.i Off.IP.A .
use courses. program. program, Excellent. condition. Dr. Seebach, ext.
The Navy is donating this equipment under based on lessons learned in World War II, will 415.
I Marie dinette set, like new; double bed,
authority of two Congressional statutes require three to five years before its bene- phonograph with four-tube detachable I .
amplifier. Bond 2727 Bayvlew, Ave, e s e'
fits can reach the entire nation. .
-the Act of 14 Feb. 1927, which permits the Lakeshore. 1

donation of obsolete aircraft and aircraft Blood, blood plasma, and all its derivativeswill fficers'40. Good white condition uniforms half sixes price.86,Dr.38 See-and

parts to accredited schools, and the Act of be furnished to all people in this country bath Mnlnsid Dispensary eat: 415. I < the Road Station and Martin Chapel,Aven Blrmirgha
>*
23 May 1930, which provides that the Navy irrespective of race, creed, color, or financial 1.outboard ft sailboat motor, completely, In excellent rigged condition.5 h.p. PreteiUatOJ30 rJ

is authorized to donate machinery, mechani- ability to pay. The only charge made for administering Doth Ford for convertible$150. Chief Kemp ext. 606.19n -NATTC Boyer. Scrvic--CharlAJn A. C.'
.fo'leids.
coupe. eat.
fal and boat equipment, tools, and boats that the material is by the physicianor 8309. 1045-iieneral Worship, Service-Chap

are obsolete or may no longer be needed for hospital for professional services rendered I I 1944 tire,Plymouth motor just tour overhauled loor deluxe., new New HAt lain R. L.Clh Murphy." .lte

I eottrll. new paint job.) Ed., ext. !3411.II 0700-Mac*..
use. b.p, Ev In rude FUhermnn, $76. Used! S 0900-Mas*
Although the Navy is authorized to contribute Vice Admiral Ross T. McIntire, MC, USN tour since last overhaul. Leonard OZyroloehl An 1100-Outdoor-Mai*. Nursery for small children

(. complete aircraft only parts and (Ret.), was named director of the new Na- ext.von 651.WENT and i200.Page !I. maintained. between \0000

equipment Jiayc been matleavailable to date. tional Blood Program. Two Iceetnf ;room for couple .. iw

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11 September 1947 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five!
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,. Naval Air Facility-I REPAIRING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 1 $

i
Lf"E8Ai' I
.
At San Juan Needs ,
'
ll.I -= = ,,
Three Fire Fighters .. A 0 n
#-4Ua-.
II Engineering Division by FredE. n\
The Naval Air Facility, San Clvne-The "Madhouse" is hav-
Juan, Puerto Rico has three vacancies s ing its share! of news this week. one. John
in the Fire Department, it 'He Sets Too Close To The Sidewalk Mr Howard of Shop 1030 is still
was revealed in Industrial Relations ] "' Tracy is working now that out with that bad knee of his. We
: Department Memorandum Margaret Ward is out for a coupleof hope he will be back] with us soon
: No. 19-47 issued last week. + 1r c weeks and Wayne Morivia and and are anxiously awaiting that
.,.t The vacancies are for two Principal Ed Kingchangllan have gone to cast he promised us as we wantto
Fire Fighters, CPC-8, at l x. Plant Division. put some cowling hinges cn it.
$3619.50 per annum, and for Chief Bob Smith, the man in charge Chief Carpenter of the Assembly]
Fire Fighter, CPC-9, at $4089.75per of the "Dupe Coffee Club"] was Group was up to see us the ether
annum. Period of employmentwould either lucky qr unlucky, whicheverthe day. It's about time you came over
be for eighteen months or s case may be, when he joinedthe to see us, chief. We understandyour
I such part thereof as the services Naval Air Reserve last week. office has a new secietary
(If. the employee are needed. : Too bad you couldn't] be an of- We want to wish her all kinds of

Qualified personnel desiring :1 ... ficer, Bob. luck, and we know she'll do a fine
transfer to one of these positions Tiny Symasek had a rough deal job taking] over where Frances Poe
should submit their written request last week. It seems that when an left off. Incidentally.. her name is
'1 together with Standard : irresistible force meets up withan Frances Stewart.
Form No. 57 in duplicate to the L immovable object, somethinghas We are sony to see some of
Commanding Officer, Naval Air --. to give. This time it was: our employees leave because: ; cf reduction -
Facility, San Juan, Puerto Rico, I Tiny's big Buick. Le's hope you in force. Some of the girl*
via official channels of this sta come out all right, Tiny. looked mighty pretty all dressedup
tion. Employees selected will be .... 1Ii.\< IIIiKII I Charlie & Mrs. Olden are on on their last day.
furnished transportation and his THERE'S PLENTY OF ELECTRONIC gear around NAS other : the congratulation list this week. Come on, folks, we are runningout
) dependents and household effects than that used for aircraft. Responsibility for installation and maintenance I They are the proud parents of a of news, so put your tips in
will also be transported at govern- I of this equipment falls to the Public Works Department one-week old girl], Alice. the suggestion box located: downon
ment expense. Radio Shop located in Bldg. ]56. Here W. M. Jones radio mechanic, I I It looks as though the golf the deck and we'll be glad tc
I I checks the circuit of a radio set to ]locate the trouble season is about to come to a howling ]- put it in the paper for you.
I ----1 start. The engineering team Accessories! Dh'I"lon-by Mcliie)
r may have a new captain this year. Fountain Dorothy Williamson,
SUpPl.Y MARKS ARRIVE FORMARCH'S r InspectingThe Looking back to the championslast our regular reporter in the Ac-
r/y year, we have quite a goal'. cessores Division, is on vacation
ahead. this week.
C4 CLERKEXAMINATION I Helen Unstadt has had that I Paul LaPatra S2c, is enjoying a
- .--.-.--_ ? iLLIESJ fresh look for a couple of weeks real vacation down state with his
\..- Inspectors i: now every morning when she comesto parents who came down from Buffalo -
". work. She says that the formulais N. Y.Clarence.
I HELEN BURNETTEWell I "No men during the week" Johnson is leaving us

EXAMINATIONS. Trust Smiles and long faces were he's off to Norfolk again! I Plant Dh'islon-by Walt Fletch- today to go into business for him-
every- evident with equal abundancelast That guy "Sandy" just can't seem 1 er-The Plant Division was enlarged self. We will miss you and wish
body who has received his grade week as results of the clerk to stay away from his old stomp- last week by the transferof you much success. His slogan! .le
for last March's clerk examination exams given last March began ing grounds. We're still wonderingwhat some personnel from Engineering. "Let me repair for you."
passed with flying colors. arriving in the mail from Atlanta Norfolk has that Jackson- Included were: (Engineers) News is a hard item to gather
At our request, the Supply Personnel regional offices of the ville doesn't! Anyway, we hope you .J. M. Saivyer, and Earl Pardue; unless one has his 'ear at a key
Office kindly answered Civil Service Commission.After had a good time, chief. : (Draftsmen) Paul Carmen, C. F. hole. Nevertheless] Red Bennett
some pertinent questions. Here long' months of waiting Wonder why Jimmy Ross is continually Phillips, and Walt Fletcher. Ra- from L. G. Shop has a new double-:
they are: employees were glad to receive singing one of the latest gin, another draftsman assigned to barreled shotgun waiting for the
Q. What if I don't hear from the their marks and relieve the tension ballads-"Near You" ? Plant will no doubt show up next person who decides to have
exam? and anxiety-whether the Chief J. J. Sutton has returnedto soon. Others assigned with Plant fried chicken off his yard.
A You will, unless] the notice Mr. Jones is back at work aftera
I news was good or bad. Chief work after a 30-day leave. We Engineering are Fred Garst and
from the Commission Is lost in I three week leave.
of conversation the Inventory Department -
topic among know had an enjoyable time, personnel
you
the mail. If you haven't heard II IVb's who took the exams was chief. Still another draftsman joined Glad to have Mr. Patterson back
within two weeks, however, then the scores made by themselvesand I the Plant Engineering. He's in L. G. after sharing him with
Inquire at the Supply Personnel : acquaintances. Congratulations to the LaVallees none other than Wayne Morivia the CO-2 Shop.
Office.Q. 1 Many clerks could scarcely I on the birth of a baby girl. LaVal- I who was transferred from Engin- We will certainly miss Emil
What !if I failed? lee is an inspector in the Engine Casteel and
i contain themselves until the eering. Good luck, Wayne. Gensinger, Dolly Evelyn -
A There Is the possibility of being noon hour Monday after they Overhaul Group. I Carter.
Wow but it has been hot in our
replaced who did We extend hearty welcome to I I is Harold
by someone learned some of their coworkers a new quarters since Tuesday: with- Why Garrett planning
j pass. had already received their Paul C. Ames who has returned to out air conditioning! But this a two-week trip to Georgia? Is
Q. Will I be given the privilege marks. As soon as the lunch pe- work after being on military furlough morning we were greeted with a ,I it another vacation--or what?
c>f taking the exam again? riod began they made a Wild Mr. Ames was in the Mer- nice cool office which greatly improves John L Moore has solved] the
A. Yes when it is! announcedfor scramble for the phones to call chant Marine. We are glad to have the situation II I problem of always catching something -
open competition, but this does home and find out whether a you back with us. The question of the week is: Has I I when he goes fishing. H(
not guarantee you will remain on letter from the commission was I Saw Veronica Huss downtown the gentleman of satorial splendor came back the other dav with a
the Job until that time. The date awaiting them. ,I the other day. She is surely looking changed his outlook on wear- fish hook in his thumb* '
of the next exam is not known While It was Impossible] to determine -I I well]], and have you noticed the ing apparel? The yellow shirt Marcus Chapman has been appointed -
now.Q.. how many had passed lovely "shiner" she is wearing on seems to be the fad. I saw two coordt. A-,r for the Accessories -
What happens if I passed? the examinations, indications I that third finger, left hand? well-known men of A&R the other Division. We are sure
A. You may be offered a proba- were that a si/cable proportion I Well, Nash, do you call that be- day displaying] the latest with side that he will do a.wonderful) jrb
tlonal appointment. This, of course, of NAS employees had successfully I ing cultured ? Or am I using your pockets and checks. All we need .
depends on your relative standing l completed the test. I pet phrase? now is the ankle showing under j
4.n the register.Q. I P. J. LaPatra is visiting with the pants cuff. INSIDE
From what date does! my probation his parents in St. Petersbubrg, Miss Willingham was the instigator -I
period begin ? the most votes in the recent shop Florida. PUBLIC WORKS
of our coffee mess, and it's
A. From the point where you began committee election. If any of the I Hear some of our civilian inspec- greatly appreciated by everyone. It
serving In the grade offered present members of the committee tors are in the advertising busi- used to be "see you at the water I Virginia Walpole] ] reports that
you; If you are currently serving should become separated from cooler." Now it's "meet cha by the Mr. Turknett (Contract Division
In a CAF-S clerk position! and Supply for any reason the next ness.Who is our little "teensyweensy" coffee can". has a white squirrel. "Turk" fays
have been for six: months and are person on the election ballot receiving midshipman? We know his Mr. Hartung has been separatedfrom the white ones are very unusual--
offered such a position, your probation the largest number of first name is Bill the Navy. To celebrate, he something like pink elephants.! Vir-
will be up In just six more votes automatically assumes the Edwin, did you carry out your and Mrs. Hartung are taking a ginia also says that :Merle Crum-
months (total of twelve months) ). post vacated. In case you didn'tknow well-laid plans for last Saturday? well-earned vacation in Johnson ley (Design) wants to know why
If you have already served more the shop committee Is designed Jax Beach Pier certainly holds City, Tennessee. his name has not appeared in
than 12 months In the position offered to meet with the proper some big attraction for a numberof Last, but definitely not least, lour column, so here 'tis.
AND ARE STILL SERV- authorities to discuss and/or settle our men Wonder what it could Plant Division has a new Group Design is ]losing one of its first
ING IN THAT POSITION, then matters of policy, grievances be ? Officer, Lt. Comdr. Gullaksun. War Service employees, Edward
yon will not be required to serve (group-NOT individual), and regulations We hear that one of our inspec- Structures Division La- VanWagenen who says he intendsto
.1. ,,' an additional probationary period. for civilians as may come tors in Aircraft Overhaul is continually by resign shortly. Van, a mechan-
'I .. Q. How does this acceptance affect before it for handling. The only humming or whistling thetls Gunter-Structures regrets ical engineer, has been in this department -
the aircraft workers. Good
my standing on the retention way the committee can act for I "Jolie Blonde." losing since September, 1943.
list ? you is to contact it formally (by Here we go again: C. J. Saxton luck to you people. This column was all ready to report -
A. Your place on the retention letter or personal interview) and says the bowling season will begin Shop 304 has moved from Han- the serious bus accident t*,
123 back to 101. Wel-
hangar
list is determined by your classification present the matter concisely. very shortly. As usual, the Inspec- gar come back home, boys. Mary Rodgers of the Maintenance
veteran, years of service PIECEMEAL. Departures: Ger- tion Department will enter a team, How about a Structures Division Section until Mr. Lee in Personnelinvestigated
etc. (See Questions and Answers trude Andre left us last Friday and we hope for better luck than cool setsin and found that there
picnic before the weather
Page 5, Jax Air News issue of I but will remain in Jax until the in the past.Daytona ? Let's hAve some suggestions, was no actual collision. It seems
4 September 1947)). 12th, when she will leave with --j.rs.-- Ez 'rsky-Dwu"o that Mary was running to catch
., Q. Does my grade on the exam hub' y to take up residence in New Beach "Slim" Sted is the bus and made a three-point
the who checked out
affect my place on the retention Iberia La., where she will be employed trying to gain weight, her co among many landing on the pavement. Mary
last Personnel In 325
list? in a bank Helen Dressier horts report Eunice Chess- Friday. were says she hurt nothing but her dig-
to see her Lots of luck
A. No. The retention list for leaves tomorrow for Ft. Pierce er's hubby invited a few friends sorry go.
Reductlou-In-Force has nothing to where she will visit her sister over for a party Friday eveningand with your fishing, Helen. nity.Of the employees in the Main-
do with the Civil Service Commls-!! until the first of the yearthenshe then relieved them of all fin- Shop 304 welcomes "Salty"Chief tenance Section, it is believed that
lon register.Q. leaves for Chicago to estab- ancial worries until the next pay- Brack back after a two- few have a quicker or more friendly -
week leave
What grades were covered by i lish her home there Warren day. military I ] smile than James S. Rosenfield,
the exam ? Baslce of the Print Shop is tak- People who saw the Labor Day engineman, hoisting and portable
d, A. Clerk grades 1 through 4. ing the fatal step about the middle] parade, couldn't have missed Mary In the clerical Administration
If,. Your grade on the exam detenn- of this month. He will honey- Ruth and her horse, Seabo. We Division, the personnel unit welcomed -
'k-a* '' Ines which clerk grade von will be moon in Washington State and return I DON'T BE AN ACCIDENTEEI! I i hear you did okay, Mary. Florence] Brown back from
(. ,msi Iered for appointment. here to an apartment down- Assembly! Division by I. D her vacation in North Carolina.
Q. Suppose I am offered an town where the couple will make Honchard-We were sorry to hear Helen Davis became Mrs. Helen
$1't.I t Appointment to a grade other than their home until Warren gets or- of the illness of Darlene] McRae's Johnson in a wedding at Snyder
,V. '-*; the one in which I am now serv- ders Understand that K. M. 'OJA EVER SEE IT baby boy. We hope he is much Memorial Church last Friday evening -
ing? McDuffie collects paper napkins. TO .&.-., TWHIN better at this time. Captain Jones, Public Works!!!
A. You are not obliged to accept It is rumored that the Blue ,. WE'RE IN 0 Ethel Player had a little sad Officer, and Comdr. Ford, Oper-
tbe appointment. Cross and Shield] programs will be A M\lR.\ -WE MIT news for us the other day. She ating SuperintenHent, were among
Q. What happens to those already -! revived shortly Marion Fulch-I tviay Ail EI4NT !" said her boyfriend's parents wentto those from this department who
laid off who received pass- er is one of those Life Guards I the beach one day and when attended the wedding and rEcep-
ing grades? I at the Beach who look after folkson they got back found their home tion.
A. When a' displacement pro- : week-ends Fred Quina becomes burned to the ground. That really I --- _. .--
gram li act up by the Civil Service -' a big wheel at NARTU for ;ito is a tragedy, huh, folks? ENROLL NOW
Commission, any former employee the next two weeks during his military Byron \V. Bradshaw is back Applications for enrollmentin
and others who have no leave Bruce Schultz, in after a two-week military cruise. Blue Cross Ilospltalizatlon
previous government M'nlceIho the Screening Unit, is another flying We bet you missed that baby and nine Shield Medical Plan
attained a passing grade will Le enthusiast who is taking his daughter of yours. We heard all are again being accepted. Dead
eligible to repUte any vVHA who commercial pilot lessons now. He about her cooing and what a line for submitting application
<11.1 not pays and le still employed] already has his private license r healthy baby she is. Is 1500 22 September 1947.
here. (The Personnel Office can Wally]) Kastlng may be a "pop" by ( Baby congratulations are in Necessary forms and further
furnish additional information if the time you read this Too store for John T. Lunsford, who is Information may be obtained
tleslrcd.SHOP. bad this colmn] doesn't run pix the proud papa of a baby girl from your department. reprc-
COMMITTEE!: William A tfome of those X-rays! would Father. mother, and baby are doing i tentative or Employee] Service',
f; nil, John II. Walker and James make honeys Betty Lou grins MriOMl tMtll (OUNCIA % fine. John works In the Parts I| et, 832.
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JAX AIR NEWS i Personnel Has I PERSONNEL PARTY, I IQ

NaVAL urn TECHPJIC&I TRJiZATIIUC CENT S:R,I z.t

Captain Jules Commanding F. Scliuni tchcr USN Division PartyAt


Commander Robert P. Oeebc. USN
Executive Timber inn

S Lt. CornmanderWWilliam.:;: : *, USN
Public Information Officer, Personnel in line with ,
Advisor to Jax Air '
News
policy of starting up Division

Editorial OffliMt for NAro-stlon.. Rooms 1ST and lull. ties, after a long absence, took
AimlnUtration Building! 5() -A. Tel. l!JL&. t$3. vantage of the tact last week,
Editor no less than 80 persons had a
Arthur T. KouuonikolU. SlN ing good time at the Timber
Wesconnett..
wiwrlt.r Though Personnel is a .
Robert J.
Wehhng. SU
tively small division, the some :
All Photographs are nff11! L. ft. Navy. Phot'>(rriphs, made bjr NAS men and Officers all Invited tht"I ... '
Photo Lab and Av. l'rd.! 1 .-.rh, I ".,1 I P't;, 'I'i l..b. nl,;I,." oihtrwiac credited. making the large total, and it -> 1i [ r If "
.. agreed by all-including the DIMMON \I5TIIIS are underway once again, and if you look
ers of the Timber Inn--that / (c-loselv, you won't see an unhappy face about the whole thing either.

: -. -......,..------._- y .. was one of the best parties 'I This particular one is the Personnel Office and guests, which was
held at the Timber Inn at Wesconnett last Friday Somewhere in
staged. Not even the
slightest
} :Q./ :: ... :' I incidents marred the evening. I the neighborhood of 80 people attended, and a good. time was had.

i ./ .. I beer was plentiful, but not by all, with the exception of the next morning of course.
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poor "weaker sex, -who--
I W1J" whole Mr. and Mrs.
/ I evening as a ;
wore their feet off up to the
Blancheri had time,
a rip-roaring
/ kles dancing with the "stags. did Chief Johnson< and spouse. nW &oi
____ Personnel Officer R W.
over wad of course, in Chief Chuck )penney, to whom
WHAT TO OOf WHERE TO OOl going on record as saying later large share of the credit for the
the evening that "we ought of the party must go, had NATTC Library fIn \
have a party like this once "simply lovely" time, though he
MOVIE SCHEDULE month" Father Bradley that statement couldn't hold all our history nothing
i nbneflv to say! : hollo I the day after A lot of the : matches the excitement and dra-
NATTC earls him, ('\ ">t' :Mr and :Mi ht'!' people present hold to the ma of the days when the West was
drain t l look t.> unhappy about :' thing I being opened by covered wagons(
carrying the bravest and. best of
T1IUKMKVY-ADVENTURE ISLAND with Rory Calhoun and Paul ---- nimi.>f>r.. In "TTIF: Tlrnr1?WBUILDERS"
Kelly. Shows at 1730 and :2000. I REM "B" SHINDIG I ;-by Robert' Case -you

.1 will meet women like Elizabeth
1'111)XU; STnW.i'WILD HARVEST, starring Ala'; Smith who ferried herself and all

Ladd and Dorothy Lamour. Shows at 1730 and 2000 on Friday: I4ou tdN her belongings yQ"wn.J.h..8..tI'$! nrt --.--:.,
1730 and 2000 Saturday. I tftnd: men like La
BonU1 who was sent from Oregon

Sl'XH.\Y-l\IARGIE. with Jeanne Crain and Alan Young Sh'w' t" Montreal/ on foot and. who
at 1400. 1730 and 2000. walked the eight thousand milesthose
and back just because he
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-LURED, starring George Sa.ndersand r; wanted to live in the beautiful

Lucille Ball. Shows at 1730 and 2000. Willamette Valley There is also
: the covered wagon train which was
WEDNESDAY-SMOKY RIVER SERENADE, with Paul Cambell I safely escorted< through the most

and Ruth Terry. Shows at 1730 and 2000. ': : i, ferocious Indian, country by a herd
sa I of sheep, The Indians had never
) BEDELIA., with Margaret Lockwood and Ian Hunter seen sheep before and were tremendously -
Show at 1730 and 2000 "* amused. The book Is a
k k series of exciting personal narra-
1ir tives told by a man who lives
Yellow Water where most of the stones occurred.

There is still a frontier for
THURSDAY SHOW. Americans in Alaska. In the book
I "ALASKA: WORLD OF TOMORROW -
nun.u'.xu JsATUlCOAY-FUN AND FANCY FREE, with "' Edward Uerron gives :a

Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy.SVNI.tl'ADVENTURE ( stimulating picture of the countrynow
I and Its real prospects for the
:; ISLAND, with Rory Calhoun and. Paul AT LKVxT MMIKOXF; : ended up with something else besidesa future. No one need expect to realize -
.
Kelly. .. hangover after the g.1ia paifv heM w( the AEM "B' Ship's Com- I the dream of squatting by a
pany at the Royal Palms Patio last Thursday evening Chief Martinis swift-flowing stream with
a gold
1O'xUA.xU TUKfi: 'DAY-WILD HARVEST, with Alan LadJ pictuied above displaying the new Paiker "r.1.whll'h was awardedas pan twirling In his hand, yet there
and Dorothy Lamour.W'ElNESU.tYMARGIE. a .door prize Others, giving admiring glances are left to right: I are plenty of opportunities--oppor-
Granade, Mountfort, Chief Martin, Shatzet, Barbara Gu!'tavson, tunities that other men and women -
; ; with Jeanne Crain and Alan Young Hauckes, Bell and Dt'Angelis.I have tested and found good.

TIIl'HSU.YNO SHOW.THINGS The wild days of the gold rush
have gone forever, but in their
I place Is a steadily increasing
TO DO-ABOARD THE WORD stream of men and women determine -

I /! to make the land. theirs
FLEET'S IN Open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg. 517. Alaska is a land of opportunity, a
Sandwiches and snacks available NATTCenter Orchestra FROM AVIATION I FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL I lot of hard work, and. a place of
featured on Monday nights. extraordinary scenic beauty.

liOVVLLNG-Six alleys in Ship's Service avail jr Perhaps, you noticed at the bottom of page seven in "THE FUR MASTERS" by Alan

ab.. all personnel: Monday through Saturday, last week's Jax Air News, there was a little item entitled, Sullivan is a story of the fur tradeof

1700-2130. League games have priority.rsAlTO "Captain's Trophy-Final Standings." If :you happened to I Canada. a century and more

LlliltAUi: Located In Auditorium. look a little longer you would have noticed in the number ago.British The and fierce rivalry between the

Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300: to one snot. TAF--580 points I led. Canadian companiesoften
2100. 1230 to fighting in which not
Wednesday to 2100. Saturday and Sun-
There's' old saying, "To the I only the traders took part but also
day, 123U to 2100. se-
football field. Wed. like to
victors belong the spoils", and at a I their womenfolk and families.
the inspection Saturday morningwe I crowd of followers out there for There is
enough romance, adven-
ATHLKTIC GEAJS
Available at Gear Locker. will receive the Trophy for the that and subsequent games. The ture and. excitement here to satisfy -
i'hysu.al; Training Department Bldg 515. past four month period. This will boys are rapidly working out the j anyone.
., be kept until January when it will i kinks and. should show although { --, --
TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at PhysicalTraining again be awarded to the Divivsion light, a very smooth looking outfit.
.
Bldg 513. i winning the next Intramural Com-
petition. Representing the divisionin HELEN HIGHWATER
the various sports are Rusk- NATTC JacksonvilleBest
SWIMMING POOL No. 1-(Bldg. 518) For Naval -
wrestling Price-boxing, Wallace
Personnel with Guests. Children under 12
years
Wasko tennis Ma- Stateside I II
-swimming, Duty
are not allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a
and Leonard softball
honey-golf -
$ parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru Friday;. Mr. Dill and Chief Bacigalupo w t)
A. E. Beard
Says
130C to :2045.: Saturday0800 to 2045. Sunday and will accept the Trophy )in theDivision's I
Holidays 1300 to 2015.
::i .... name. I Heies a bit of I information ot
1, Aside from the above tidbit ,
we 1 interest especially for the enhste I
SWIMMING POOL No. 2-(Dldg. 419) For male have very little to say. There has personnel of NATTCenter that II
Naval.Personnei only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to been some carburetor trouble at
1200 and 1730 to 2045.: Saturday Oi>00 to 2045. Sunday Basic Skills during the week andit is serving stateside shore duty for .f)
and Hi hdays 1300 to 2045. was reported that Chief Parker the first time. In a recent

RECEPTION COOM-Located In Auditorium for has left for the "Salt Mines" pack- tion of the Quonset Scout,PUbliCa-j
NATTC Personnel relatives and< guests. Ing a shovel to break up the bot- newspaper of Quonset
tleneck. A second version said he
there appeared a question and answer -
was only going to be down there
J5INGO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's one day a week the day that column with the leading question -
Service In Snug Harbor ( rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Sponsored Crocker and Wells take their "Spe- of "Where was the best stateside -
-( by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds for the Nur- cial Liberty." short duty that you had?"

I ery. Naturally we have the top two A. E. Beard, AEM 3c, attached .
men of graduating class, AF SI. to one of the squadrons at Quonset I
At the head of the list we find R. I stated in his interview that NATTC
WHERE TO GOASHORESALATION
C. Eckoff and R. A. Stein with his present station was a little too
averages near 86'(J. We congratulate -I strict for him and that the best Intramural
lJUICLl'S, formerly at 122 W. Forsyth Street
. them oa their effort and wish stateside-shore duty that he ever
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located at 900 Street 200 Bed Dormitory which Includes -
to now Liberty them luck in their future assign had was at "NATTCenter, JACK Football S ched.-Jes
locker and shower, 9.50. A snack bar breakfast, lunch and SONVILLE
ments. FLORIDA. This
Short orders served at reasonable prices. As for the other smaller items, statement might not seem strange Tuesday IClh

WHERE TO GO ASHORE NCCS Club at Church and .Newna we find that T. A. Bowden has reported to most of the old salts aboard. ,

Streets Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays, 1200 to 2400 back to the Master-at-Arms After serving at other stations Bulldogs vs. Tigers t)
I Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays force at Brks. 17 after a seige in most will agree with Beard. So,
and Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. the hospital. A few inter-diviaional swabbies think twice before applying Wednesday, 17th
changes bring Eddie Powell and for a transfer. You might
Doyle to the Maintenance force want to come back, but too late I Hellcats Adders
lloulder, Colo. (SEA) There Eureka, 111. (SKA)-Illinois Is and sends K. D. Young down to then. vs.

was no official proclamation, but starting early, The state's first the Student Division headquarters JI Thursday, 18th .
there certainly was a "Henry" football bowl game was announced Rumor has it that Young takinghis A woman went to buy a drinking
' week at the University of Colorado recently It will take place 28 Sep- red megaphone with him to I I trough for her pet dog, and the Bearcats vs. Wildcats
d recently. The campus play was tember when Eureka College replace Chi-Chi's tower. (I! shopkeeper asked her if she

called Springtime U . apo (t "H try V o\vl II I .it the "tlrlf'!. Lt."! the 'FAIjuad, "it d'/<'sn t really matter," she NATTC' Football Field
Voti'i: <[aker '..> .i n i ff-I1/'V, i \b1'tl-! 11 'IK- Tin' I'limi'km bowl ot' (lUfiiiUni .,ed.i"iii SPlltt'llIh.1 i 17tnainst II I leplud "My husband iive-r dunks I I
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GRIDIRON WARMUP I Lane Highway

n..vr .. ... ..-_' --_'_-_. "
r 'r" Millington Tenn.


NITTTCen a By Navy


Tenn.-Widening of
51 North to carry' four

4 of traffc all the way to

is being sought for the

euis re ., by Shelby County and

proposal. has progressed' as

a survey by the State High-


Now that AOMA"Johnson is off restuc Hale, chairman. of the

lion it would be wise for the sta- P County Commission, said

tion police to clear the way for that Rear Admr Felix
him when liberty call goes. Not fo' chief of Naval Air Tech-

hie safety, but, rather for the benefit p Training, recently talked
of the poor souls who might : : about Highway SI and
I p in agreement as to the
chance to get in his road. w
s widening the roadway

Notice the limping, torn bodiesof Naval Air Technical Train

Giacalone, Stephenson, and at Millington is des
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O'Neal as they stride down the to be the center of Naval

pasageways. Ah'! well, such is the Training for the Na
price of glory: that will come to will house 24 Naval
these football enthusiasts' as th" An Influ> of men expect-
.
season wears on ( wr ; total personnel of NAT-
p
Se SS past the 11,000 mark, will
We suggest that Mr. Turlmg the next three months

ton get a new paint job on his .. 1 officials consider im-
Buick Not that we mind, but the .. < qAt .' A ,. ,, in the highway as nec-
color doesn seem to meet wIth to handle the load of traf-
Fhilhpe approvalHow about will use the road.

black 7)) .' :51, or the Jefferson
Highway, was built in 1933:
With Class 40 leaving in the : : funds Work on about
near future there is much hope : : of the two-lane highway

among the students of achievingmore Fravser to Millington cost

liberty. So long Class 40: $300,000. An additional ex-
--_. ..dood luck1! Not( a bad dream, huh. was made in 1934 when
fellas' ) I and Thomas link
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includes the four-lane see-
With and McCaslin shin-
Murray built to connect the
Ing brass'! each day and every with Memphis

night, the students are wondering .
if they haven fallen in love with

&11 the brass work in the barracks. Of Aviation
'(Tell us, boys, did you have to put
In a special chit for that duty or
Restricted
can Culp arrange it for us, too"Boats" "' I
5 .
I ) The use of aviation gas-
O'Neal is taking over
1!i been severely restricted
bombs and confusion next week
naval activities and the "ut-
we suggest that Class 02 be on the
economy" ordered in con-
ball. He got so angr last week
of existing stocks. The
....,'. that personally we saw him crush a
made when
was
*.rw, 'grape. (cA big one, too, seeds and ments for supplying necessary naval
"': : '
.,.-, all.) were not completed.
:"';" -
r: ...,:lEM- sr ; must be exercised con-
.. with current training and
'-. t\ I hear that the new barracks needs, the Navy' said,
. ",\t: "Chief,"' BAKER is quite the man that "unless
> 1'00'1'BAi.L riSACTICF; for the forthcoming N ATTC considerably
: ;; with the soft, persuasive work on September 16, is moving into its final stages, a nd pictured \' quantities than now offered
.i'- it seems that he made you "(\1 j of the favorites in the League In the top photo Head Coach Lt. severe curtailment of

palts realize that "you're: in the squad one of his lectures on the finer points of the game and his STRIKEFour I (t operation will result/1
Navy now!" at the Ship's Company through for perhaps 100 yards on one of its frequent wind : last March, the Navy' has

Meeting the other day. Lynn, Otto, Sansone, Rightmeir, Whittington, Immediate, Scholl !! fuel from the petro
Our best wishes and sympathy' Barnes and Henmger. all linemen; and Blakemore, Pepperman, to meet its needs! for
to LT. jg) COOLEY who hasbeen field. The team is known as the "Adders." six months of 1947. Before
in the hospital for the past Navy had been using war
week or so, for a minor operation; wife; t'arnest YkPt-th-e--dn-; I of viation gasoline and ther

GALLANT whom the germs especially flowing CHIEF QUINN LT like, is on sick call, also. : PITCHER, LT. ELKS and MRS. for supplies

An embarrassing' moment: PIN- ELKS also' assisted as bartenders the depletion of war stocks!

KERTON sitting on the front N. J, MARTIN won a fine Parker HOBBY it became essential for
porch of a young lady's home, I "51" pen and H K HASSELLa to go to commercial
when the REST of the Navy arrived -' Ronson lighter as door prizesA for fuel. Conferences be

on the scene'! good time was had bv all and Navy fuel officers and ci-
A Division Picnic has been arranged at two o'clock the< party ended at petroleum officials have not
I
for Saturday, 13 September the ROYAL PALMS PATIO. If we I ;\ in acceptable arrangeg
and more AEM History will are to believe Mr. PITCHER, it '5 *s4 tHohhief for
probably be made At least. Im I was 0230. Does anyone really remember I .
counting on news for the column, ? 7 ?
so you al do something spectacular I Ji4
the
Forgot to mention new PHOTOGRAPHY has come to
Buick parked under the last tree NATTC! ; ))
The next time' anyone tries aswan I and guarded: solely bj Its owner That is right Right here in the
dive, let a make sure there'ssomething I JOKE!
CHIEF HUGHES.
less solid than a hard old hobby shop In Bldg 414, for
deck below-there may be plentyof Everyone is eagerly awaiting the use by any man who has or
inside the next AEM "B" school partywhich wants to have anything to do with
"liquid" but that doesn'tcount
we hope will be in the very it. If you don't know the joy of 11Jal

Good luck near future developing your own pictures and
to all those who are
---- making big ones out of small ones' I (on phone): Hello Wh
taking the rate test this Thursday .
... to7
The AEM Area will probably or if you do know:' and want.to do speaking .
be hidden under a cloud of smoke, t'' -'". something about it, why don t you : The most beautiful girl

next week, when all the new M just drop in at the old hobby' shop world
AEM 2c's pass out those expensive -I and ask for the dark room I am : Sorry, I've got the wrong

cigars.SPUREK, sure that you will like the equipment ( .
that have here and I
we am I
CUDD, LOGAN and Y
that if to AN ANGEL
CLARK sure you are willing
are on their way to Mem-
phis-four In a coupe. We won't learn that we are more than will her auto riding, !she! was
ing to teach you. and walked back
,
say "Goodbye", just "We'll\ be
seeing you1"Welcome! We will have at your reach in- her boat riding, she waa
aboard to CHAMBERLAIN structors that will be willing to and swam back.

and DUKES, two new .J tell you anything that you would her airplane riding, the
Ship's Company men like to know and to show you devil

PHILPOTT, DICK and NEG- anything that you went to be

LEY look tired "but happy after / { : shown If we dont know then we where the Navy promises
their week-end in Miami. I was Ip I will look it up for :you and tell you you abroad six months

unable to find out their objective I when we see you again. We also sign up."

for the trip, so I'll leave it that will have for you lucky people a yeah I've been in three
they were just being tourists iY r brand snapping new enlarger that 1 and they haven't sent me
i wil make your little pictures big
ones and bring that little girl of
A KM ton" SCHOOL NEWS
yours nght up to just the right : What's maple ?
Last Pay Day started a week of i i syrup
whirling anecdotes size for you to sit on the table : Jack: That's the stuff that
and wnte letters to If and I
If cm were walking near Bar say pancakes taste awful when
it if do not tc '
racks!! No 6, one would have probably again you want t put any on.
run into SANDERS and make big ones then you just come
down here and that
put negativeof : But were so
SHATZER in a race around the you pleased
yours on a contact printer amt 1 lower bunk. What a com
block: SHATZER came in first ono
quicker: than it takes to '
you snap
$5 00 bet but due to over abundance -
of money, he refused the winnings llhKK; IS a picture of the your fingers you have the pictures : A guy that sings
raptain'i Intramural Trophy that you took at the beach or in
Foolish, what To top it I
oil f, KLEIN and EDDY repeated that will Ix awarded tft the the little girl backyard : "I think that guy is a pain

tire lace just to see if they were Aviation Fundamental <:luxol We have everything here but neck."

still in condition Were you, boys at the All Hands Inspection on you and your pictures and of : "Well, I've got a lower
W Thursday was the big night at Saturday, IS September. course we have to have them or of him, myself"
.
the ROYAL PALMS PATIO. With we just can't do a thing. So what
th' tint ranging ot DeANGKLJSQt'lNV Middle Get Pay liaise do you say that we take a stroll there was the sailor in the
: and MISS ROSE SHAW (SEA ) Latest legislation pass: over here and nee us and let us' talk ; service!! barber shop who
> <'OMMITTEE. the school: ed by Congress gives Wept Point to you and I am sure that on thi for a glass!! of water.

put, w IK "< ;Rl iAT", DeANGE- Cadets and Annapolis Middies: a 20 I nights that you don't have" the said the barber, "some
cent raise They had been to ashore that you will)) In your throat"
I.., '" ftl" "It t ,i: m:i tr-of ceremonies' per pay money go
t w tllel) like to extend our receiving $65: per month and now 1 have the time and probably enjoy ""'If) I just wanted to Bee if my

hi to MRS VV J. O'QUINN they get J78 per. I, yourself just RS much here as you neck (caked: '



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CALIFORNIA HERE THEY COMEr -

III: r HAS WAVES Again Place Second

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% d ; In Girls City Softball LeagueLose [;


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',:, Two Straight To Greyhound I.

Girls In Finals At Lackawanna .. ,
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.t For the third successive year, the WAVES Softball niue '11: ,

', ,, : ,. 1 came in a close second in the Girls City Softball League
13' ,,. '
.: : "" : Loss of two consecutive games to the Greyhound Girls last
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"'; week in the finals, gave the WAVES the number iwo spot '

for the season.

On Thursday, Huth LaVere lost a heait-breaker at

Laikawanna Park, 71. She hurleda Ji
'
two hitter against the Greyhounds -
in the first game of a two- ''I i Jax-Navy Skeetmen .

out-of-three series, but her team-
mates' miscues cost her an Im- Bow To Pensacola .:

portant win.

But though the winners couldn't I In Seven-Team ShootThe :

slap her for safeties, neither could
\ the WAVES do much from a hit Jax-Navv Skeet team came
ting standpoint. Laddie Vladeff, out a close second in the seven .
I "But<_h' Glover and Fran Free team shoot at Pensacola last week .

each collected one UTt, the only bowing to the Pensacola Gosling

: local safeties in the tilt. marksmen by a mere eight birds. .
< : : The local sharpshooters piled : '
The scored four
Greyhounds big
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total of 463 birds out of a UPl. r
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runs in the third inning, thus
clinching the game The WAVES I 500 to the Gosling's 471 .
Christi took third with 455, followed
in the fifth
only run came inning.
by Whiting Field with 453. .

: wanna And, then the on Greyhounds Friday at clinchedthe Lacka- Saufley Field with430, Army (_'. I
Ninth Air Force with 426, and the J

_.. _._ ..__ m w ._ _.__ nnw.nnn.n___ ___. _.___._n.n ... u _"_'_'W__' flag topping the WAVES, 9-5 Jax-Navy "B" team with 416 ."
.\IM.I) m < \TC1IKK'' ; Ed Murphv and manager Lyn Chadwu. and under the supervision of ,, Skipper Edge was charged with The Jax-Navy "A" team, com-
the loss she allowedone
Lc Arthur Uaihteelrare l Ortk..rmembers of the Flier softball nine board an R4D for the tripto although only prised of Captain George C Miller .
hit. But with this kind {
. Alameda aliiorma Fi" game for the I Ovals i n the All-Navy play-offs was scheduled for, Tuesday of she even I Lt Frederick! E Field, Lt. ;
20
afternoon pitching gave up walks, Carl \Vest, Chief E. A. Varner, and .
__ _____ _. .u_ __, _'_'On .._ __ .__ _,__ handing the pennant to the Grey- I Chief Joe Gallitano. mad...e"" "*--.' '"(.:-.
hounds.
I enough scores! to have come out on
Last-Minute Additions Boost JaxNavyGrid Once again the local gals were top in most shoots, but it was just
I I held to three hits, two round trippers i the Gosling's day. All of the locals '

,, by "Butch" Glover and a single with the exception of Galli
Squad To Veritable Power House by Fran Free I tano, smashed 93x100 birds and

The WAVES got some consolation the unlucky chief tallied 91x100. 'w

By DOUG CROCKET, S2c out of the fact that they'' High point man for the meet't

The Jax-Navy football eleven, after four weeks of sloppy TIGERS ROUNDING pulled a very fast double play- was Chief Stone of Whiting Field
: from short to second to first- who hit 99 out of 100 clay discs. '
and ragged practice has finally caught on to the tricky
i The will
the first and last of the season. Jax-Navy deadeyes
,
formations of Head Coach "Tuffv" Thompson and is now The WAVES will make their swing into action again two weeks f4

'moving in high gear. INTO SHAPE UNDER final appearance of 1917 tonightat from tomorrow, 26 September,

Working with precision-like timing, the huskies are I Lackawanna at 2000 when they when a six-team shoot Is held *t

:getting better every day and at present look like one of JUSTISS LA COTTA : tangle with the Foremost nine in I Cecil Field ,

the top-notch juggernauts in the a benefit game. The game will be !
combining their speed with the played for a member of the Oyster Before a recent ball game m I'-
Southeast. The line is charging I II
hard and low, the backs are eatingup strength and drive of bruisers like With thirty .ngskmners still Bar nine who is in the hospital Newark, New Jersey they stayed, j;" ;'.J. '
the turf in the wind sprints, Ed Clarke, "Ace" Woolbright, and turning out for daily practice at { as a result of an automobile ac- exhibitions 'of surf rafting, trap T, .IfJ:

and the ends are snagging almost I many more the mat, the NAS colored football I cident.In shooting, and golf. i ,
I
I
I
And new arrivals have erased eleven is coming along fast under
the second of the night
every pass the expert tutelage of Chief Rob- game Babe Ruth' who holds the record ,
In addition, the defensive work 1 many wrinkles from Thompson'sbrow. ert Justiss and Hank Lacotta. the star players of the WAVES i for making the most home runs f*
John Becket, Neil Selvas-
of the hopeful candidates has im to Justiss the calis- and Foremost Dairy outfits will a season, also holds the lifetime
tad Frank Guest, and Vince An- According
proved immensely and, in one combine their talents and take on strike out record with J,.f3&
ha'
thenics drills at each practice e
ania all\ reported within the last
the Kennel Club nine,
week, Thompson has accomplishedwhat
ten days. Of the four Anania, the put the boys in much better condi- I
he couldn't do in three Of The WAVES finished their
tion. In addition the squad has! I up
earliest arrival, is now workingin
course, there are several finer been bolstered arrivals. season with a brilliant 16-4 slate. SoftballSTANDINGS
the scrimmages and contact I by new
that the mentors have not
points
work, while the others are gettinginto Coach Justiss put his charges I
taught the players. But when they I
I I greasing rapidly
shape. through their first scrimmage ear-
do, it's a sure thing that the L J
-Blessed with an abundance of
i Becket former footballer ly this week and though the boys
Academy I
huskies will use it to good advantage a
Fuel and
tackles led by Young, __
looked they have given
|! and more recently of Pensa- very green
cola will be to the hope that the Tigers will be one of Cheetham, and by many ends NATION LCAGITK
a great help
Working behind a heavy line", the leading colored elevens in Florida sparked by Watkins, Neighbors, I
local eleven the
scatback leather luggers like Jack in coming cam- and Wade, Justiss has been working Team Won GMt
I Wahoot I Mancos Ed Buchter, Sal i paign. He can run, block, pass, in the coming season. I on a tough schedule that includes I Mainside Dispensary 7 1
kick and is a wonder on defense. The passing of Tommy White NARTU 5 1
Lococo, and Buzzer Hayes are many of the best colored
In last year's clash with Pen H\- especially caught the eyes of the II schools in the Southeast. Flag Unit ti 2
cola, Becket was the workhorse mentors, his bullet-like throws be- I CPO Club 4 2
_ PLAYS AGAIN I II It of the Pensacola squad, carryingthe ing completed more often than The guards are a bit weak, but T-7 Division 4 2 Mt
ball more than the rest of thba.ks not. White, the star passer on last the center of the line will be bolo Metals Division :t < ,
He scored is in midseason stered by the presence of Jim l
t put together. year's Tiger squad, HATS 2 I
IE ( the only touchdown of the game. form already, and he is expected Wallace, a 170-pound center. Wal- Plant Division 1 5 ?'
lace, a mainstay on last year'steam
Selvastad is another Academyman to be one of the mainstaysof Fire Dept. OUT
who also played a lot of foot- the squad in the coming cam- is expected to play a lot of I Boathouse OUT
football for the Tigers this sea
ball for Pensacola last year. Work- paign. AMERICAN I.KAOUKTeam
ing out of the center spot, his The first backfield of West, son.
experience weight, and drive are Holmes, White, and Gault is far I I I Woe (,Uftt
expected to aid materially the Jax- ahead of the linemen but, on the Heine Groh, who used to be a I VO ATU No1 6 1 ." ,
third baseman used a rt 1
pretty good Marine
Navy chances. whole, the candidates are pro-
I bat which was shaped like a bottle Supply 7 2
Guest played a lot of sterling
I football for Corpus Christi last Benning clash, but at present, I t ITo I Operations 4 3 5
I
season when he was up againstsome Thompson is pointing for the first be happy with a man you Inspection 4:1: :
i of the best guards in service game of the season with Parri must understand him. a lot and love A&R Personnel :3 3 t'
football. | Island at Municipal Stadium on him a little To be happy with a I Naval Hospital 2'
Thompson backs will be a con 2S September The Marines reportedly woman you must und,'rttand lip a Mamaide Pernonn2, ( 5 .

stant source of worry to the opposing boast a big, ; fast and lot, and not tt t'o umlh ..,'stand P-uaiufe Loft OUTv A\
I teams. He does not have but expt''iell.rl! squad "i at all \ \TTr v') tOUT _

it. one triple threat, he has three --- ---- -

I Becket Lococo, and Mancos all c neither GETTING READY FOR SMOKER I
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pass. kick or run and h<'
has three fullbacks who have the y
drive to make those few yards that > 9

b may mean a first down touchdown .
or the ball game
s> And he will not have much worry -

.Y about ends. either Led by An-

ania and }[. C. Harden an All- '
Navy player last year and one ot
the mainstays of the 1916 \line. i

4 +:J1 horde of ends with great promise
are battling for position John
Pawloski, another member of Ka-t

Kovalcheck's 1916 squad, n" making .
one of the stronger bi 1* t ,
take over an end slot

Thompson plans to *,:rum' i I", f'i
quite a bit this week a<$ well a e

work on pads defense, la.dlll, 14
and blocking. Later an he h,>p" s
t'J' show the boys the mint ai't.'-
)f more complicated defeme'*

The three big games' on th' A& : .
Jax-Navy schedule this season will

---- ......-.. naturally be the conference games

!.<\.1'! "iE..Othe. : brunt of 'I There are only four teams in the .. %i < 1 t
tne leather !'jtt.iit tot th,' Jix I Naval Air Framing' Athletic Conference

Navy football' .:1\ 'II t ill ,n the I now, and the Jaclcsonvil!,
broad ..houMiid! ut t J<*ck (rvva- I squad hopes to swamp Memphis A Ai J
eJI
hoo) Mancos But this year the Pensacola and Corpus Christi to

will not he under take the flag .,, .. .,...... ... .
plucky halfback ... .. i!>T y __' 1"""' = """ '- """''''' '' -" -- "

such a strain because Coach"Tuffy" Last season, the locals took a l I ,, ,' tom when Welfare t its sec, ,ml i LJ >xmSnioki.
has a good second place in the conference behind I MAINSIDCK.S AGE IN till m >th ( treat O'l"IW night: stays ":
Thompson hick Ptinsacoli: and they are out .'r :supply of haul-running I j Wn h this year's I h;<'hilli//.i h...-, l h"'f! > ,r itnii) > tvuli I hr, ,'O"I"lId.114" t i I MH JhKh.\lt the training period, and they should be in
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I the I. '< ''I' If vcriRo: pow-
Mane )s, who tips( it i j
into ih- Bill Uairhunr: bourn ea a left ia!> off the none if E A Cn
fm et'P.\h'lIf.\ shape when Umy step ring :
il I )look bad :
J6"; aim, i Ht IlIlftrlJlrl i i r h > HP, very :
was an
few S Zwm ix-r.ix. >u lr- hope I' cuaio: in i sparring soon leftt right SHilllizzi gwes( a pointers 'o
rh"ae, tor Ult. :i:.'lt" 1\.11-1: > 11' .pp f "-"llg l lams
,n 1' In I I 141'. .' I rut, "man"' ,$ II"' Frl loather ,under >;>** .into m'*,nn as ;+wo nIl!!' OgluxM a tool )n



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