Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1947
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vol. 5-No. f 7 2 October .1947 '

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


L Station To Observe Fire Prevention Week 5-11 October

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t r.1 : Open House WiU I II

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VCW P I Be Held At\ III't

#.w 'Fire StationsBy

11I t t Presidential proclamation

: the week beginning 5

(October has been designatedas
t'I Fire Prevention Week. And

I though the Navy's fire protection

forces consider every
; lE >' R F 7 Y week nit "Fire Prevention

\.hJ Week," they will join with

I other fire fighting agencies

throughout the country next.

..: week to review and emphasize -
the ever-present dangerof
.- -- fire to life and property.In .

order that NAS personnel l
may become more familiar with
r k I.he' fire-fighting methods and systems -
used here and be awakenedto
the need for( fire prevention, all
three tire houses will be open for
? : I inspection throughout the week,
and all hand are invited to visit
I thorn and witness demonstrations
v of titv-tighting fundamentals.Fire .
Station No. 1 is the headquarters -
r ti'S for the department. Located -
on Yoi Ictown between Wasp
'S und Ranger, it is equipped with
I I two triple combination Seagrave
pumpers and two John Dean high
I N' I pressure trucks. Fire Station No.
:2 is on the coiner of Child and
I Enterprise in NATTC. It has one

,. .. ... ,,_ I triple combination Seagrave pump.
.f .:> AIiI ifW< .... .---r: -1 ""'" I Il"r and one Seagrave quad truck
\ \YIIIIE PIKE FKEVENTION WEEK is observed but once: a year to call the nation attention to the ways and means! of pre'vent ,, equipped with ladders hose, :a 750.
ing; disastrous and destructive conflagrations fire prevention ia:: a ""ar-round job at NAS. Th.. station fire department is constantly on (Continued on Page 2)
the alert to uncover fire hazards and it makes periodic checks of all activities aboard to insure that proper fire safety precautions are .
being observed. (Upper left Fire Chief A. L. VanLandingham checks the cable of an an welder to see if there are any breaks which
might cause fire. ( Upper right). A precaution taken at regular intervals:* by the fire department 13 the inspection of fire extinguishers.Here Gray Ladies Mark End
Chief File Inspector C. 1<". Carpenter and v.'. Williams, check one of the many extinguishers aboard the station. ( Lower left>
Another important preventive measure is the posting of No Smoking signs in areas where inflammable materials are used or stored. Of Training CourseA
M. E Fauson: Sic, is shown hooking up a sign while F. J, Hicks, CBM looks on. Lowrr< right* Everyone knows that oil-soaked ragd
can cause a fire througt. spontaneous combustion so Inspector Carpenter and \'\'. H. Williams check th Ship's Service filling station I graduation luncheon at the .
while Mechanic E. E. Chapman waits for their verdict.
"O" Club last week marked tile
completion of a training course

Fliers To Face Rugged Stetson Hatter : MEN' APPLYING FOR given a group at the of U.Jacksonville S. Naval Hospitalto women

I to qualify them as members of
the Red Cross; Gray Ladies.
Eleven Saturday Night At Gator BowlThe Captain Camille M. Shaar, Medical
I UNDER AINav 19747Nearly Officer in Command at the
Hospital presented the certificatesto
Stetson I'niversity 123: enlisted personnel Mrs. Basil: J. Walker, Mrs. G.
Hatters will meet the Jax- I, have already applied for early discharge F. Tresher Mrs. F. W. Gillette ..
Navy Fliers in a grid clash STATION RECEIVES PRAISE FOR ITS under the terms of AlNat Mrs. Thomas L. Snowdon Mrs F. ,
Saturday night in the Gator. 197-17, according to the Personnel B. Culver III, Mrs. John A. Futch, : i
Office this week. Of this Mrs. Lawrence Adams. Mrs. Byron .
I nun :
Bowl and a rough-and-tumble HANDLING OF RECENT SPORTS EVENTSNAS ber. only 33 men have been sent to R. Everson. and Mrs. F. W Brua- :
game is on tab, for both elev-I Post Demobilization and the re?: dick, Jr.The .

ens boast hard-charging lines I Jacksonville's handling of recent major Navy sport- are waiting their turn. course consisted of a series
and backs. The Hatters will The separation activity sent for of lectures by members of the
ing events has already drawn three letters of
praise ten men early last week and 23; medical staff of the hospital and'
open their season Saturday, Jax Air News learned this week. Captain Herbert S. Duck more checked off the station by American Red Cross Represen

while the Fliers won their worth, Commanding Officer received two testimonials, one day morning. Many more at Tues-I' tatives.
grid opener last Sunday. from Pensacola) Pre-Flight and another from Corpus Christi.! Jacksonville are eligible for early Prominent guests at the affair
discharge, but the small number. I w-r. Hear Admital Ralph Davison
Kick-off time is slated for : Kear Admiral Ralph Davison. Commandant of t1w> Seventh I
( 'It
(Continued !> on Page )
on Page
2000, and a large crowd is expected Naval District received one froM -_ __

to be on hand to back Comdr. Clarence A. Ross, one u;f GRAY LADY GRADUATION == == I

!>oth elevens. the participants in the All-N'a' ___.._._....n...___ __ _
.J Swimming Meet
Head Coach Clarence "Tuffy" I
The communication from MI
T5!; meson of the Fliers is expect. .
Commanding Officer at Pensao.: '
rug a real battle from the DeLamlooys
pointed tthe "excellent
for the Hatter line weighs maim
in which the All-Navy Swimmn i > _
veil over the 200-pound mark anti
Championships were conducts I I"The
Its hacks also come within th-e
Commanding Officer '
:200-pound( range. The Fliers willhave i
the Physical Training and Welt
I' d
I the disadvantage on the srm ,,
Department of the Naval Air St t ttion r e 3
'ight in both the line and backii -
Jacksonville<< are to b" c >I '
'I H' if mentor Thompson stair ,
gratulated for the I
,II same: line-up which clu4.?,1 II'ontioued | exception' >
treatnient, and
( ) on PJ > '!) coopertion .
awarded all hands," it re i I'>
--r.Civilian --
"Two of the participants on t .
7th, 8th, and 9th Naval Distri..'
EmployeesWill team wen of this activity, and th:
Be Issued Mew Commanding Officer has been i-
sured that nothing wa left n i
Station Photo PassesNAS done to provide the utmost comfort '
and pleasure for all team
; civilian >mpl )sees will in the tournament."
i')o"'t t Ih' weurini new-type photo
Tribute was the station
massed that will indicate by color
i h.' de pal tml'nt to which an individual (Continued on 1930: 3)
IR asaigneJ,1Iat
Issuance of the new !paaaeg was .749 I --..-yak H1 .---- --..-. -..ti Y 4--_ -...,.. -.-- d< '>f
.... scheduled to begin yesterday. De- 'ii'I \1( ht'\.d. ill 11.1i|, !, 4'yUlild"J; ,;; >"> .! .> pr: -nt'l I wi.Ii[ (>l .nm II'P')' ''ti'1: I t : ,11111'
p I tment heads will he notified by Carl ;, Sap M.sli-il" ( ))|fi't" in Clunit: iluIf ,S Nivil HHJltal>[ l-1-.t I i Wc',-k" U a ,hr1 i In, li i >n !1'1"i >i i<1' HI )it 'tin' OCr '
t Uii-, Yard: Office when to send theirj i \' '' ,,' ('Il/II/ I I" l I'-I J ("r-'i-i Cr.iy: Li'h.'i Tltl'ladk"; ,i-oiupl.-t l i tlt''.'-WL('li (.oi.i.om: i ill' II >,pii. il m pro| -
[ v i.sonnel for the new button "\ rum drawing commuted aratioti t >r tli.-n dukes: : on the wards This was the lirdt group[ to he trained hole, and uu>thjr class
Rich employee will\ have to be ration who MiNk meals from will he convened in the near future In the above photo, Admiral Ralph Daviaon and Captain Shaar
photographed again, as the paaaes the Ck>n ml MPH III actually pose with Aiwa Mildred Muiciiew, Red Cross Field Director, nd three of the graduates They arc.
u' different m ftiripe from the stealiog! ; frjiu his r+/oihipnn.. left to right, Mrs. G F. Tresher, Mrs F Q rifle 'f Admiral Da M.son, Mutt Minch>w Captain Shaar
(Cnntinutvl 'm !-.stR.' 2)) -. ---- --- and MM B f WRlkt


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4. The NAS Tiger colored termined march downfleld.' Start*1II

football eleven registered its ing on the Waters' 49-yard lin Wy .
Bobby Gault and John Plasket
first win of the season Fri alternated In' carrying the bail"

: day afternoon when it toppedthe and made a first down on the t

., t ttJ Edward Waters College)] Waters' 11.

*A 4 t cR' team, 6-0 at the mat gridiron A pass which was incompletej
before 1,000 spectators. The and three runs failed to gain the
necessary yardage for the Tiger
visitors continually)] on
+ were
and Edward Waters took pos
YP the defensive as Chief Robert session.

Justiss' shard-charging The visitors attempted to kick

juggernaut rolled down the out of danger, but the kicker was

-. 4 't ; field time and again-nrnly to rushed and NAS took over on the
: : i ,. 18. This time they drove to the
be set back by penalties or
four only to be set back by a pfre
fumbles. alty.
I But the Tigers pushed over the Early in the second period, the

deciding score halfway through Tigers started another! drive when

the second period and were then Jim Fuel recovered a fumble on
t I content to hold their advantage. the Waters' 22. Frank West- plowed -
After receiving the opening I through the center of the line

I kickoff, the Tigers started a de to make a first down on the 9, but
two penalties saved the visitors!
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r T. J once more.

But & hard-charging Jacksonville &
line caused another fumble
The Tigers Roar and Leroy Francis pounced on it,
giving the local a first down on
THE NAS COLORED FOOT- I the Waters' 11. And the Navy
HALL team really; lived up to j.: boys weren't to be denied this
its advance notice last week ; J I time. Jim Bus split the center of
v teen it topped the Edward .. the line three times. to hit pay-
Waters pigskmners.!: &.0, Fri- ..-

tIny afternoon on the mat. In I I dirt.From then until the end of the
possession!: of the ball three- : game play was confined mostly
fourth of' the time, the Tigers I I
between the forty yard lines', es
reputedly made thrusts into 1 fumbles and penalties slowed up
enemy territory; only to be I I the action.

stopped just!: short of the goal. II The Tigers! rushed to a total of ,

(Top photo) Tommy White gets 110 yards throuckcaiUahe t MahlQ... -_._.
off a booming punt in the second I I irainst their opponents', 97 and
period to set Waters back flr tacked up five first downs to
near their own goal line. : Waters'' three.
(Bight) An unidentified Tiger 1 .
back is supped on the line of .
scrimmage by two husky line. FliersContinued

men.KUITOIl'S. I Ii ( from Page 1) r

> t h X i'' 1 >i r i with such clock-like precision last
e. x Sunday.

-----e .. .. -n. s :lr' :'7.'r .dK..1..o.1r Stetson Prepares For Game
----- Coach W. C. Orwell and
I feud with him is too much: for "Brady"
this writer to resist. Men Applying Station To his assistants!! Ben demons and
Phil Glancy, have bern pushing'!
A "Welcome Aboard" to
hearty Continued from I Continued from 1) their :50 or so candidates through
the following: J. Ropiak C B. ( Page If ( Page
lengthy two and three-hour drills
I Thurman. H. N. Wilson, E. G. of applications for discharge indi- gallon pump and booster. Fire Sta- I daily in order to have them in
I Aldrich. J. M. Ball K. I. Byram, cate that'not all of them are aware I tion No. 3 is in the Hospital area good shape both physic-ally; and

S. J. Faeta. W. L. Collingsuorth, of the terms of the AINav. I on Must Road. It too, has a Sea- I mentally for Saturday's tiff This
1 J. H. Imboden, P. J. Langham, H.
The delay in sending men to grave pumper.While year the Hatters face a ninegameslate
I L and R. N. Cain a'l l
Langley, (
; Post Demobe has been caused by the department, consisting while last season they played -
ACMM's) : M. Stidham. J.
the quota which the Personnel Office seven encounters' winning three
NOTE::: For the Smith and J. J. DeCarlo tan must adhere to. However, it of 44 enlisted men and 48'' and dropping four.A .
past two weeks! we were on CPhM ) ; R. E. Simas, and W. A. civilians, mans the fire houses 24
is expected that in the near future powerful 201-lb. halfback who
the lo >kout for someone to I Elfring. both CMM's; W. L. Stall -
the tempo will be stepped up hours a day .seven clays a week, formerly played at Georgia Tech is
take over the duties of writing l mgs!, C'PTRfJ.i ) ; E. Cochrane.gia ,
and the men will be discharged! in in the Hatter and will be
alone cannot prevent a major I camp
the gossip about the %ta- by: Rev. Springer of the First'!
much less time.
used In the starting line-up 8at11"day. -
tions' ('I'()'," and their center of Baptist Church Saba lure is a fire no matter how carefully it
I AINav 197-47 stated that beginning He is Jim Olson' who will
ACM and H. C Halbert ACRM.
IH'th.It-thf' TO Club. At first ; its inspections. I
II completes regular : team with Bras-
I on 1 October all regular speedster Byron
Memorandum to "Muscles" Gir-
futile search.
looked hands.
it a of all
It needs help:: to the Fliers of
enlisted would be ington give plenty
. ard and "Gildy" Gilderhouse' of Navy personnel
Then without warning, we !got Here few simple rules foreveiyone
I are : trouble. In the
quarterback slot
not one but T\\'() columnists. for the NATS detachment: Be a good discharged two months prior to to remember: I
Cowell shrewd Clarke
their scheduled time for the convenience can play
Girard, and let "Gildp"have
It sport
the' job: :Since our practice It 1. Look for hazardous condition McCulloujrh a senior from Haines
the skins.! You only. have a of the government
to all contributions ; eliminate them.
accept and attempt to Bennie Smith, returned
I City or a
also for discharge] priorto
provided :
and children while"Gildy"
wife two
of Interest to the personnel Station Fire Hill
arc 2 K\iew the ; signal caller who played with Sh.tMn's -
that date for men desiring to
has the thickest address
01 NAS, we are publishing berth know instant'snotice
I be sure to on an last pre-war squad in ]040.
enter the fall term of school.
under the (TO Note this week. book in the CPO quarters. just what" Muxikl be done At fullback the Hatter mentor

.Hy It. A. Axriett CPhM Hy J. r. Nelen, ACMMAt This action was necessary' because if and when a lire break. out.S. will! probably start linecrackingHugh

A happy cruise to the following ] the last General Assembly the money appropriated for Call the Fire Department in Carlton. who has been displaying -
fiscal 1048 not to take
was enough '
men who have just reenlisted: meeting there were not enoughmembers all CUM* Three minute of amateur : battering-ram: effectiveness
A C. Button H. H. Witt, J. C. in attendance to make a care of the great number of men fire fighting may turn a ,simple in early workouts. Carlton
Herndon, J. Matika, H. Bfrryman, good showing What's the matter? aboard on 1 July, the AINav said .fir* Into a t'(w f)lag ration. is a regular. from last' year. He
and L. Krin tall ACMM's), and Can there be things elsewherethat Enlisted men shipping over or In case a fire is discovered, there is backed up by fullback Bill Orr
their enlistment not
E. C. Langmery CMM; E. Hug. call for your presence more affected extending: by the order. ere are two important things to keepin another returnee from last!!! sea

gm,, CBM; P. A. Meyer, CPhM ; than the business of your very l mind: son.The
M/S J. Duckworth; C. T. Stick fine club ? Shame. The major issue!! A. If you turn In an alarm on aFire Hatter's forward: wall will
ney CGM; B. T. Breazeale, brought before the few present"Is Civilian Alarm Box, wait, for the ar- be one of the Fliers' stiffest tests
CMOMM; E. C. Barror. CMOMM, the Bar going to be stag or rival of the equipment, MI tilt >'ou all season if advance information .

and L. Raphael, ACOM. not ?" Let's get up to the next (Continued from Page[ 1) may show the firemen the exact it correct. The biggest man on
"Ace" Sutton and ""'E'ary"Vitt one and make up your minds'! used. location of the tire.B. the squad i II "Dutch" Lorenz, 2ti3
one now being
are hading members of the *wi ruining I guess" you all know that Chief Here are the colors and the departments If yell turn In an alarm t =y pounds. Other squudmen who will
.pool set.; Weary is contemplating Robertson lost out on the door they will represent: I phone. give the exact Icx-atlon of see plenty of action Saturday night
accepting a position as nth prize just because he wasn't' there.It RED-Assembly and Repair. the bwlkUMK and. ;your name and will be guard Bill Lanigan 203;
investigator for a temperance ,irK sure is! a shame that Robbie BLUESupply.. rank to the diftjMitcher. The phoneat tackle Harrison Solana, 238; guard
niz>ation since he is' rumored to missed the boat. At the regularTuesday Pl1RPLE--Public Works. Fire IHfMi-rljnent Mlquart4rftI George Ossorlo, 221: tackle George
I.I ext. 333. Douglas', 220 Bill 201- and
'tc extremely well-qualified for evening's Bingo party, ORANGE- Seventh Naval District : Perry :
this type of work. Chief and Mrs. Quinn, a very In addition to fighting fires, the Gilbert Hopkins. 200. The latter

G. C. Wright. ACMM. has be..nI'It'nt smart looking couple were sitting WHITE--Naval Hospital! dt'partmf'ntrE'nds a food deal of two are enis.Cowell's .
In front of the caller.] On the its time in fire prevention. So far
to the reparation center for light YELLOW-Servants and private single wingback offenseIs
m-pjuation, temporary separation deck was a pair c.f kneehighboots. employees 1 this year it has serviced and recharged I liable to spring any one of n

we hc'of>. CAP Hodges Just returned When asked whet they; BROWN Commercial. 1 I 7,763 extinguishers, conducted half dozen back into a panning
from Alabama. Hope your were for we got this reply: "I GREEN-Administrative, Yard', 236 training drills, spent running, or kicking threat. Out of
Mtother recovers completely, like to drink a long one owe in Department, Industrial Relation, I'I A66 hours standing by for hazardous his' squad of 50 men Cowell has
Horttfe. a while." Your stomach is beginning operations, and answered 150 15 lettermen from last season, and
Congratulations to Donald Rath- to show it, too, Quinn! and NATTC. 'I alarms. A continuous round of inspections -' these' returnees operated un

bum ACON, and Mrs. Rathburn I We noticed that Chief "Hook" Mike Allen weighed In at eight ) is made) to uncover any der the Cowell system before and
on their recent marriage. Wagner not only fell off the wag pounds, two ounces Congratulations fire hazards which might resultin are no strangers! at the grid sport, '
"D *teh" Graf issue a challengeto on but he pulled the darned wagon folks and we sure hoi* a sudden blaze. Buildings and .
all hand. for a fight to the over on top of him. Take u he looks like the.Mrs. Maybe he'll fire-fighting appliance are inspected -
ftfitMhi for the mattreas-pressing'' strain, Hook. grow up to be a "Dubber" like' each month. Gray Ladies
cha> f>ic>n,,ri p< of the CPO quar Sgt. Major Alliffi has left us for he old man. Ae! testimony to the efficiencyof
tern "Dutch/ claims he can lie in duty at Parris Island. Good luck Will someone please inform the Fire Department, the wti- (Continued from Page 1)
the. pack for 24 straight hours to you, Dubber. Why not Join the Chief Gritz of the Mainside Dispensary mated fire Ic** at NAS for the I Commandant of the Seventh Naval
without, even wiggling his toes. Farris Island football team an'l 1 that the Fliers don't net J first nine months of JM7 U lee District; Lt. Comdr. T. B. Bald-

"Doc" Bnwter, the X-ray artist visit i>.. next year and get your. I his clog for a mascot.! : He WM than $2,000. and there have beenno win, Seventh Naval' District' Com
twotoMs two. weeks night duty self a little bumping around. How brought back to the Base from deaths or serious injuries.In mandant Assistant; Lt. Comdr.
with. the old Navy battle cry: is the golf course up there, or dr the Parri Island-Jax Fliers football the words of both Fire Chief Arlia Pembroke. Chief Nurse at -
Tiwtycan't do that to roe!" The they have one ? : game Sunday by your scribe A. L. Vac Lfendingham and Lt the Naval Hospital; Lt. Noma P.

answer" 11.1r'tle h--- they can't A bit of a scoop for all yo-j .ifter providing the crowd with H G. W Harvey Yard Officer "Your Reid, NAS WAVES Administrator;
:M'iUJ"All folks who know and like Chief )'g laugh. Station Fire Department Is busy' Miss Fanny Ma Izard, Executive
CrO's are invited to attend Frank Saba CQM, past pit-pt lent Because of the Flier-Stetnon and on the job 24 hours a day Director of the Duval County
tliotnext General Assembly of the of your CPO Club He was marrie(. game Saturday evening, the regular 'making prevention inspections Chapter" of the American Red
Club. Not only is there ties beer last Saturday at Vidalia Geor- Saturday night dance' ha servicing fire-prtection equipfnent Cross, and Mr. Warren Wilcox .
afterward, but the meeting:: is lucky man. His wife is the very been moved up to Fiiday. Time' and keeping ready to respond Chairman of the Duval County
democracy in action as well anoner beautiful Loiene She lor of West will remain at 2000.) Free refrehnnent in a Jnofllf>nt',. notice to Chapter of the American Red "
of the best floor shows in Virginia. Congratulations to you too! combat firwi nave lives, and perform Crons.
town. 'Hook" was the star performer both, and may our wishes for % I A vote of thanks to assistant any emergency! 1MJ'VV1? 1W; Members of the American Red
at the at one. His'! cry of, happy life go with this! writ I Manager Hulhvan for the job he which called Help maintain this Crows attached to the Naval Hospital -
"Mr. Pi evident, I HAVE THE hat door! at the club. Hullivan has splendid record by observing all were among those present
DKCK.!" will long be remembered. ing.It's a bouncing baby boy for I just returned from 30 days vacation fire regulations) and being on the including kites Abet Moran, Miss
CAI' Schanley came up with some Chief and Mrll. Clyde Day ot In Ee> ton, I might acid that alert for any signs of potential! I Lois Beck, Mrs France Terry,
good ideas, but the temptation t) 1441B Child Street NAS. Little he mire deserves it. tLnger." and Miss, Kathryn DeBli}j ux.

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YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough 'f1If ...-' !;Wl." ,:'!" _",' :',. .-rt: :.;','"
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-- .f MEDALS TO TWELVEDecorations l l I I .

were awarded to
1 twelve officers and men by Cap
tain Herbert S. Duckworth, Com- [
manding Officer of NAS, during a AAflU'y
brief ceremony at the Administration -
Building this week

is Those receiving awards were:
a Arthur Clawitter. AM1, Air Medal -
; Lt. Cdr. Charles A, Iarrobino
Legion of Merit and Combat "V";
t Lt. Gordon A. Durna. Distinguish- L

I I ed Flying Cross and three Gold I -
ti Stars in lieu of fifth, sixth, and I
"" tl tt seventh Air Medals; Francis N.

11 WttM41ti 4 Johnston ACMM Distinguished I MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
rttrln rtra | Flying Cross and three Gold Stan I
O in lieu of second, third, and fourth '
MOV IKS: Wet'kllaYKo-1730 and 2000; wwk-enJi-1139 and 2000.
Air Medals; Lt. Robert L Temme, IIIURNDAY
, three Gold Stars in lieu of the "MARAUDERS", with William Boyd
fourth fifth, and sixth Air Medals FRIDAY

and permanent citations; JosephH. "MARKED WOMAN," featuring Bette Davis and Humphrey
Kabelka, AOM3, Gold Star in Bogart.
lieu of the second Air Medal and SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

permanent citation; William J "KISS OF DEATH", starring Victor Mature ,
: /
Podhyskl. AOM1, Air Medal and MONDAY

permanent citation; Lester L. "WHEN. GIRL BEAUTIFUL", with Adele Jerzena. ..
Gottberg, AOM3, Air Medal and TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
permanent citation; Lt. Cdr Charlie "LONG NIGHT", featuring Henry Fonda.
-i1P\ N Conatser, Gold Star in lieu THURSDAY"STORK

of second Air Medal and temporary BITES MAN", starring' Jackie Cooper.
citation; Lt. Raymond }[. Roland
1.-- Jr., three Gold Stars in lieu JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
of second, third, and fourth Air

Medals; George K. Therkildseri, Show atari at 204($).
ARM3, Gold Star in lieu of second THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ,,
L r-tiospital Air Medal and permanent citation; "MOTHER WORE TIGHTS", with Betty Grable.
Andrew N. Rodriguez, AMM3, Air SATURDAY
Medal and permanent citation "STORK BITES MAN", featuring Jackie Cooper.
1lE ChatterAll curred illness Let them notgo unnoticed SUNDAY '
prioy I I while they are in our "MARKED WOMAN", starring Bette Davis \\
'midst.. The vets are as welcometo
fly Jean O'Bryant, Y2c hands are invited to attendour the recreational facilities as "KISS OF DEATH", with Victor Mature.
The cool weather has filled\ ui annual Olympic Night. It will any other patient aboard Thus WEDNESDAY:
all with vim) vigor and vitality. I I be held tonight in the Red Cross far there hasn't been a full turnout "WHEN A GIRL BEAUTIFUL", featuring Adele Jergensj. '
---- --...-..Ktp .joa*.. p.t. LaVere. and l-f,e.creatlon Hall Time 1930. of the vets for the activities THURSDAY
Midge Bryant are so energetic offered by the Red Cross reerea- "LONG NIGHT", starring Henry Fonda.
that they have been getting up All patients on Ward B-7 muster -I tionw.i: department' but we expectto
every morning at 0600 and taking I for the Salvation Army USO see more and more of them OTHER EVENTS
fust run around the block! Party on 7 October at 1930. This I at all functions. Those who are bet
They're not really crazy Jut promises to be a gala affair, featuring patients are finding enjoyment BINGO -\.ltTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The AnchOl'aC8.lUODEL / .
getting' in shape for basketball l local entertainment from I. through making belts, wallets AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 1, Bldg 913, open 1200-2400.
"I&on..Some of the ]less atnletic Jax: I and model craft Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays
' ones have brought out all I !MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 013. Meets at 1900

their knitting crocheting and embroidering Each week throughout football\ The Occupational Therapy department Fridays
that have been PH01OGRAP1IY CLUB-Room 5, 913. Meets 1930
neglected ; BIdff at
season, a football contest will be under the able super
the and Thursdays.
during summer A will be to the vision Miss
run prize given of O'Doherty, is do-
Ruth Dobson is making Schenleya BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside, Recreation Building
patient picking the highest number Ing a booming business what with
coat so winter must really be No 3. Alleys open all week from 1330 to 2130.
winning teams. Your forms I patients. making everything under -
on the BOXING For information regarding workouts contact Lieut.
way. must be in the Red Cross Recre- the sun that hand tools can
It seemed good to aee 80 Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
many ation Office not later than Thursday turn oUt There are some very
j S IMopI( I.. in uniform at the football noon for you to be eligible!' for skilled hands at work over there, 1500.
game last Sunday Civvies the weekly prize. See the patienton and the department is a good MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located: in
F are nice but don't you sort your ward in charge of givingout place to spend a rainy day and the South wing of Building No. 955, U open to NAS personnel and
I miss the ole Navy blue ? And the blanks This system cor- have something useful to show their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep
you'll have to admit everyone ,I responds with the football pools for it. You are bound to turn tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radio-pho
i looked real sharp Besides j j: being used on ships and shore!' stftI out a good job because Miss nograph available for use of all hands.
I then they know who you're roottn' I I tions. I Ii ODoheity won't accept "half- LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation BuildIng .
for sit put on your ole blue bonnet I' I way" as a method of handicraft. No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100\) Monday through Friday. Saturday
and let's go out to the ball i New faces! Shortly, you patients Many patients are sporting fine from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
games 1 will be seeing the Hospital Recreation -( wallets, belts, and camera oas s. SVMMMING-(outdoor pools) Daily Monday through Saturday-
Billie Stewart wants it known Corps Ladies, commonly : Why not make something for the 0800 to 1900; Sunday-1200 to 1900.
<< right here and now that she known as Gray Ladies on your family, too.Station, GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
didn't tun into a door Its that I wards, Feel free to call on them I I day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
first step on the barracks porch They are "at your side" to help'' trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
that you've gotta watch And Joe you | Receives l'IIOlUO-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Dies says that as long as Billie i vurds and uniform of the day, 17 JO to 2300. Located south of Mason

has !a black eye!', maybe people We now have three new Red (ContliiiKxl from Page 1) Field.
won't get them confused It Cross workers aboard, Edith Ott, TENNIS Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train
leans Joe gets read off for things I Lena Beck, and Virginia Drury. the manner in which the Inter- ing Building No. 726.
;0 Billie does, and vice versa Ii Welcome aboard girls! I' District Baseball Championshipswere ARCHLRY-Club, located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800
Might be handy some day. conducted here by the Com to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.

.f It s a wonder Schenley will asftociate We want to bid Bon Voyage to manding Officer of NAS Corpus Everyone welcome.
with us anv more .I I the Red Cross Field Director, Miss:\ I Christ! His I letter to Captain NURSERY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club In Bldg. 1101.
after all her picture is in "All ; Mildred Minchew She is resigning j Duckworth said: Hours: Monday through J.o"riday-0100 to 2400; Saturday-0700 to

; ,. }land,," this month A celebrity in favor of a permanent positionin "The Commanding Officer extends 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
;? in our midst Frenchy i is matrimony. Miss Minchew wl'l to you his appreciation of for each additional child; Card-$7 for one child; $2 for each !additional
':; not being biased in her musk : be married to Captain Harry J. the splendid treatment which was: ; child. ; Daily. (for working mothers$1. from 0700 to 1800(
';":r;: study, She's learning the I Hughes of the U. S. Army who is : accorded by you and your officers ----- --- -- ------- -.------
"Manna Tymn." "Caissons Go: i now stationed at Fort Lewis, I and men to the Corpus Christ! I Hobby Shop Is Now Ship's Service Hikes

Rolling Along and "Waves of Washington He is awaiting orders baseball team upon the occasion Planning Another I Prices On Two Items
.: the Navy," too. And you can to the Mediterranean Area for I of its recent visit to Jacksonville :
.' even begin to tell which is which! duty. The wedding date hasn'tbeen i "It is especially desired to express :- Model Race Car Meet Effective yesterday. the priceof

.. Things will undoubtedly become set but they will be married I appreciation for the cooperation Chief George Hubbard announced milk at Ship Service was
much quieter now that Betty Ken- before his departure. She expectsto : received from Lt Comdr.
nition and Vivian Metts are both join him later. Congratulation Rubino and Lt. West. The excel last week that a huge model boosted from 13 cents to 15 centsa

?j leaving They're both remain-I and best wishes, Miss Minchew( lent sportsmanship displayed by race car meet is now being planned pint and ham sandwiches from
.,. ing- close bv.. still in the I Jacksonville made an excellent Im- by the Physical Training and 15 cents to 20 cents in the first

it, sj maybth y'll drop around to I At an early date, Miss! Alice I pression on all members of the Welfare Depaitment The date has step of what may be a series of
see us' once in a while There goes Moran will be the new Red Crossi I party from Corpus Christ! I
a gooi basketball player, and 103 i i Field Director, succeeding \4J In his letter to the Commandant not yet been set as the Hobby I increases along the line brought
Just' won't be the same. 1 :Minchew. Comdr. Ross stated atht Shop is waiting for the official about by the rising cost of food
STRICTLY SCUTTLE: What I __ never in the history of. sanction date from the Florida items
happened to Hammy's toothbrush7 I I There has been little mentionso swimming has any group of swimmers Model Association. The Ship's Service officer announced
What the gleam In Annie far in this column of the man:rveterarS I been received and treatedso j will be that Ship's Service is no
Ka eye? Who has more I who are being turned in excellently: as the group were I,, Trophies for longer able to shoulder and absorb
"Godmother than 'Little Bill" ? to the hospital either for observation entertained and with such complete I I the first three places in the spur the higher costs and must pass it
Why did Judy Tate spend i or treatment of service-in- arrangements for housingand I and proto-type one quarter mile on to patrons in the form of (increased .
her leave In Jax ? Who's gonnado ---. feeding as was afforded them and one mile events, prices "
something exciting for next: Wright's third finger, left han,i.I at Jacksonville" He alao announced that soda
week's column ? ? I f Congratulations are in ord.-r Lt. Com r. A. J. Rubino and Lt. petitors were well pleased and ex- fountain employees have already
LAST MINUTE SCOOP: Nolle for her and Chaplain McPher- Paul King with their assistantsdid cellent thoughts of Jacksonville i been Instructed to cut down on
.'. that lovely diamond on B.iI'D sn., a marvelous: Job. All the com- Air Station remain in their minds" fruit toppings for sundaes

.: STALEMATE By Harold Jones, SI Through Service NAS Personnel InvitedTo

Lion's Club Affair

f" NAS personnel have been invited
((5 o e I to attend the first annual Menlo
Carlo Night of the Jacksonville
Downtown Lions' Club tomorrow
night in the Silver Room of the
Seminole Hotel at 2000. .
The finances raised at the affair -
wiU be given to chariti a.
There will be games, raffles,
f auctions and free entertainment

Admission is free and ladies, too,
are cordially invited to attend
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Sailor (to shop #girl) : "Do you
% / fYr t NArrolo takn off anything for cash ?"
: 'Jrf Shop Girl (Indignantly) J "This I Is
a store not a burlesque' "

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'. :: ITS A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves

J fiMI S--
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Editortaj Office
South \\Ing, Lower Deck, tilde. 930 NeWS ondViems romStation:: I.II ;I'I' .

Telephone Extension 8184 I ,,, 'I :, I
Arthur M Greene, Editor \OOr'

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the 1\
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and -
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at' CRITICISM (Part II)
MO expense to the government and in complianc I' BUMSOOOo01000 rr
with SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 De- Last week we discussed: making our criti-

cember 1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat cism Christian. Now let's look at the other
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical eef
side of the question. How should I take 4e'
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval e' : .
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters 01 criticism ? Too many of us know how to ;

the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxliary! Air dish it out but can't take it. Those who

Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Hang take the most pride in "speaking theirminds"
And the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear hll t t ?
are ones who first get angry

Commandant Admiral Seventh Ralph Naval Daviecn District when someone else is frank.
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training
There are some wrong ways to take

Captain Herbert S. Duckworth, USN, Commanding criticism. I mention three. There are those
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
who quit under criticism. They make elab-
Captain Jule F. Schumacher: USN, Commanding
Naval Air Technical Training Center orate plans and start out with high cour- R Jr
age. They get along fine until someone a
Garrett C. M. Srharr (MC), VSN. CommandingU.
S. Naval Hospital says "You can't do that", or "It ain't never -
been done before "I wouldn't work k
Cat-tain F. W. Prlestman USNR CommandingNaval or so
Air Reserve Training Unit hard, no one appreciates it". And when

Lt Col. T. C. Moore Jr.. USMC. Commanding such criticism comes, the fellow who was

Marine Barracks doing an excellent job makes the spineless ;

U. Comdr.Naval Neil Air Gunnery Avery USN Rang O-in-0 answer, "Maybe so," gives up and takes his I !\!

seat with the "might have beens".
Captain C. S. Cooper USN. Commanding
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field Then there are those who listen to
any :
"See, jutt" HIt I trld you these! fellows "III unlk nit mi
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn, USMC critic. They assume every critic is anything."
Marine Aviation Detachment They try to take everyone's advice. right.//

Tie JAX AIR NEWS receives Ships EJitorlal Association innterial. bands are playing, they try to keep '(

pertninaion. Republication of SEA Washington of credited 25,matter D. C. Republication prohibited without of any with both. Aesop told the best story illustrating I Commercial ,-t'- ,

other matter except: by service publication. )II prohibited the foolshn't.ss} of taking everybody'sadvice
; : !
without permission of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. I Bulletin 'I [[f 1
J nave heard. He said a miller and i'I I

his son started to town leading a mule. A \,1.mI
Bulletins till be accepted until
I Letters To The EditorDear I man met them and said, "What fools, why spare' has been filled, but not later I..
don't you ride?" So the boy got on the than 1000 Tuesday, Ext. 8230.,

mule and the old man walked. In a few ron SA .E '-' )f fJ98T i I

Editor: minutes they met a group of old men twho Buick fourdooriiun.. New tires

I noticed this summer that a letter to threw up their hands and shouted, "There, ext.end new 842. motor. Call Chaplain Uradlcy Although it is hard for manyof

you finally made it possible for enlistedmen that's what we mean. Youth has no rev- 193 condition.$ Pontiac$475 two-door rash redan.Chief Williams Excellent us to accept the idea that

attend the Mainside movies without erence for old age. Get down, boy, and ext. 641. atomic energy can really be under
to 1940 Packard "110" four-door Redan. Excellent stood in everyday terms, two re-
et father ride. So the
I know that such a step your change was condition inside and out. See cent books on the subject offer '
wearing jumpers. made. In a little while they met a groupof at Bid*. 425. NATTC, or ext. 275. Of- an excellent chance to do just

made all of us more comfortable, as the children who said, "Why ;you lazy old 1940 blorne.Oldsmobile "8" four-door led an. :New that. EXPLAINING THE AT-

auditorium can be very hot at times. But man, let the little boy ride, too." So they rebuilt motor and good tlrei. May take OM, by Selig1 H ("n'1 a distingush-
up equity. Chief Sledge Shop SOS ed biophysicist, is one of the best
what about our liberty uniform? both got on the mule. As they went along A@R. books on the atom for the lay
sedan in A-l condition
1942 Nash four-door
As a native of Florida, I know that the they; met some members of the humane 11195. 3668 Boone Park .Ave., or reader yet published. In this book,
society who stopped them and said, "Why, tee Mn. Lewis, Shop 2i, A&R. Dr. Hecht really gives a course in
weather here play some funny
can very house trailer In
24 ft. Royce-Craft very
basic and in the
tricks in summer and winter alike. Dur- you cruel fellows, get off that mule, the good condition. Lt. D. W. Smth. ext. physics process
tells the essential story of man'aconquest / a
ing the war I was stationed at Jax for very idea of riding him. You are better J-2 Piper Cub. Will tell or trad for car. of the ultimate source of
25 months. Most of that time the uniformwas able to carry him than he is you" With Contact Ilerndon. ATU No. 10, ext. 659. power. MEET THE ATOMS, by
Bunk beds, complete with springs and
optional the around but one Commanding that, the man and his son got off, tied the mattress. Can be used as twin beds. O. R. Frisch, is another book
year mule's feet together, slung him over a pole i Practically new. 130. 11S4A AlleghenyRd. which offers a means for better
uniform at
Officer finally set .. MAS. Kaynes.
understanding the scientific funda-
whites for certain months and blues duringthe and started down the road. As they crosseda Hollywood bed with felt mattress $10: mentals behind the atom bomb.
also pair of Indies' white-shoe skates,
bridge the mule kicked loose fell into
rest of the year. As a result, I often site 8. S. B. Phillips 1447A Child St., RADAR ENGINEERING, by

went on liberty in blues when the tempera- the river and drowned. The moral : the old Washing NAS. machine, cheap Laurent, 1321B Donald K. Pink is for those witha

ture was near 90 degrees and I was very man tried to please everyone, succeededin Randolph St., NAS. technical background only. It
pleasing no one, and lost his mule in Underwood typewriter, late model. is a "practical, illustrated hand-
uncomfortable then, as was everyone else. Riehle, Yukon Trailer Park lot 28. book designed specifically to acquaint -
the: bargain. Kimball piano $185. Excellent condition.
You couldn't wear civvies then, so, if you The third to take criticismis 3820B Norman St., Dewey Park.. Starl engineers and technical
had wrong way workers in radio and electronicswith
went on liberty, you just to sweat lag ext. 284.
to refuse to listen to To Kodak Medalist like N. L.
anyone. some camera new. the new techniques, and with
with all the others.
Way, SKV School NATTC ext. 8309.
peopleany criticism is an insult. The more 1941 Cadillac convertible sedan model special applications of old techniques -
And there are days in April and September they are criticized, the more stubborn they 62. 106 Wolf St., Phone 2-4803, D. H.Cowling. used in radio detectingand
(today for instance) when the weather ranging of objects. It covers
become. They are so busy seeing the stupidity Baby crib with mattress in excellent con- the theory and practice of radar
suddenly turns cool without any warn- and ill will is dition. Willett. 8430B Taylor St., Dewey -
envy, they are sure Park. technology describes various radar -
ing. As the weather is usually wannest from lurking in the heart of the critic, they fail to Coil spring, double size |6. S003B Dewey systems developed and used

May through August, whites are alright see the truth in what he says. Two Park new Annex Goodyear or Bouchard Lifesaver tubes ext. ,'61.60x during the war, and explains in

then. But, from 1 September until 1 May, Just as there are wrong ways, so thereare 16. Call Dr. Rice ext. 416. technical detail "the design of specific -
Modern dining and bedroom suites, including apparatus.
anything can and usually does happen. If right ways to take criticism. Some criticism box springs and innerspring mat- THE WIND THAT SHAKES

the uniform could be made optional during should be ignored. If it grows out of tresies., and Also lawn binoculars and porch, lamps furniture.pictures THE BARLEY, by James Bark .

those months, everyone could be preparedfor malice, forget it. For you to grow hot and Call 2-8510. Mrs. Griffin. is the first in a proposed series of

the worst the weather has to offer, and resentful is to play directly into the handsof FOR RENT novels based on the life of Rob
ert Burns. The author is
I that man on this station Two furnished apartments each with six thoroughly
am sure every the critic. If criticism is honest but uninformed -
I rooms and private bath on beach fron familiar with Burns' poetry and
would be grateful for the privilege of being don't bother to answer it. You Phone 81296. Mrs. Thompson. letters and has a feeling for 18th

able to dress according to weather condi- are wasting time to do so. Some criticism I Light line. housekeeping 2321 Forest St.room.. Mrs.On M Klnne city )'bus. century Scotland which makes this-

tions.If should be used. Often our critics speak the Room in private home. For gentleman. 1 novel excellent fictional biography.The .
block from NAS and city bus lines. Ph. book begins with William
this be to the attentionof
can truth. When they do, we should recognize 2-9892 Peurifor. Burns, Robert's father arrivingat
the proper authorities, perhaps we can it and accept it. How often some heartless Two bedrooms furnished with shower Alloway some years before the
and bath. Kitchen privileges and Kit-
once again be comfortable in this changeable wretch, has, instead of bragging about my I rage. 4564 Yerkes St. S. L. Helin birth of his oldest son, and cov-
climate. More to if can Large bedroom In private home. Every ers the time up to w'hen Robertis
power you you
told the truth he left the
sermon, me as convenience and home privileges, some In his middle twenties.
get it done. chapel service. One fellow looked me I cooking if desired. On NAS bus and Both information .
and entertain-
city route. Mrs. A. Madison Phone 2-
I. R. EVANS, Y2c, straight in the eye and said, "Did you know 9882 after 1700. ment are offered in RAW NORTHby

Com 7, Bldg. 907. you used the word hypothetical nineteen Lady officer will and share wife lovely or family.home with In Fairfax naval I Charles E. Gillham. It Is a true ..

EDITOR'S NOTE : In case you haven't times this morning?" Another said, "Chap- Manor. One block from NAS bus route, and realistic account of the auth.or's ...
Phone 2-1612, Mrs. adventures and experiences in
already heard about it, a Station Order was lain, you scratched your left ear fourteen share home with officer and wife. the bleak country above the arctic WI

issued yesterday making the uniform op times during your sermon today." Needlessto Two Cross.miles 4671 from Tlmuquana NAS. Ph.Road.WANTED 2-992. Mrs. circle. He describes his trip by

tional. Since it was issued after your letter say, I now rarely use hypothetical and plane from Alberta to the Arctic

was brought to the attention of the Execu- seldom scratch my left ear. Some criticism Two or three-room furnished apartment Ocean and south again through
Alaska. In addition he .
it is that On or before 16 Oct. Sgt. Irvin L. gives a picture
tive Officer, entirely possible your should be used. Weslolowskl Marine Brks. of what actual day-to-day life

note to us helped bring this directive into In closing, I must point out that some Ride from Norwood to NAS. Working in the lonely Arctic is really like.

being. Anyway, you should now be as snugas criticism should be ignored and contradict Tokars.hours 0800 to 1630. Ext. 437. Walter < e .

a bug in a rug when the icy winds blow I ed. A few centuries ago a man got the idea Three-room apartment with electrio or a When checkered a gal admits that it's she has
and as cool as a cucumber when Old Sol' that the world was round. His critics called gas kitchen. Furnished or unfurniihed. move. your
Prefer Riverside. W. F. Surkl. AMMlc,
' turns on the heat.GUARD him a fool. Did he bother to answer? Not ATU No. 4 Ground Training BIdg. 168. "What keeps those strapless evening .

at all. He simply sailed around the world Riders.ext. 788.Murray Hill Becton, 'vicinity or gowns up?" In most cases it't

FREEDOM TRAIN and> answered that criticism for all time. Hamilton and Edgewood to NAS. Work. a city ordinanceAt
hours OHO' 1630. fall Michel!, --
ing to
(SEA-One) chief pharmacist's mate and Not long ago the Wright brothers got the ext. 8222.

27 members of the Marine Corps were pick- idea they could fly. The newspapers laughed LOST

ed for the special detail guarding the docu- them to scorn. Did they write lengthy York 17-jewel Swiss movement, waterproof

rnent-laden Freedom Train on its year-long) dissertations to prove their point. Not at bund, Lost shockproof In N.E.watch head stainless Hangar steel 124,
33,100-mile exhibition journey.The all. They simply built a plane and flew it. Sept 16.Finder between please 1715 return and to 172 Saner:;. Reward -, I Station and Muitm Chapels Aun.e BirmlniramRead

train, which began its trip from That answered all the criticism. When Jesus Electronics Inspection, ext. :242 Han- Profettant
122. t30-A TTC Seivic! j _Chart.iO A. C.:
Philadelphia, is carrying over 100 docu- hung on the cross, lIe was criticized as an for TRADE Ftoyer.ICO .

ments tracing the nation's history from the imposter. Did He yell back at His tormentors l Hamilton WILL wrist watch for outboard -General lain! V. Worship L. Albert.ServiceChop ..\)
I/ discovery of America to the formation of the ? He did not. He simply came forth from motor nn 2 dfih water reels Catli itc

United Nations. Among the cherished scripts the grave on the third day to live forevermore Kxt 407. Parker 0700 O&OO--Man.Mass.'
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ae the Bill of Rights, Lincoln's Emancipation thus answering all the criticism. Somo Jack; "Do you know,,much about II00Mnll.An Outdoor Nursery for imonll chil- ,
Proclamation, and Jefferson's rough criticism should be faced and defied by. girls?" dren In. maintained between. 0900\ ,

draft of the Declaration of Independence. vigorous action. Chaplain II. F. Menge.s. Mack<,: "Only what) J pld.f.tllP," and 1200. ?,',,

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2' October 1947 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five



, -i'-t' NAME FOUR NEW DIRECTORS F-.: f #:-tF! : f ":L ''S PPlvl


' Civilian employees of NAS and NAATC will go to the ..

: on 10 October to select four new directors for the Em- I ,,

I' holy ees Association for Civil Service Employees. !

.. .- Membership of the board rotates in part each :year SPORTS SPOTLIGHT: On. the

Although members serve a two-year term, one group is i 11th of September, the NAS keg-

.1 dected each year. The coming election will be for the purf lers hald their grand finals party -
and out Trout River
L I picnic by ,
pose of replacing four members e
commemorating a full season for
f whose terms expire this month- Must Make Mark Of 70 ., 19:G-47 bowling. Now they me underway -
's. one each from Supply, Publl"!
again with the 1017-48
y.c- '., Works, Assembly and Repair, and Without PreferenceStatus
schedule' of 75 games on 25: Tuesday -
,,I \' the General Group. employees entitled to i nights, beginning last Tues-

!r.. The members to be replaced are teteran preference, and who day, the 30th. They're rolling 'em

..:K S' J. F. Nettles, Public Works; F. S. take a non-competitive writ- K at the Springfield Alleys, teem
-- ,:':t Gannaway, General Group; J. CJ, ten examination for promotion, t seven to nine on the last six ]lane,

Fagan, Assembly! 'and Repair; and reassignment, transfer, or reinstatement if you'd like to gander. There are

'.(,., F. R. Gardner, Supply. Those .remaining must make a rating six teams-Electricians, Control

o y: In office are R. D. Pinney, of 70, before preference Group, Carpenters, Engine Parts,
; x General Group: T. F Andreu, Public points are added It was revealed ] w Material Group, and Roll'n Run-

Works; R. I{. Brown, Supply; In Civil Service Commission trees--four from Supply and two
.-, and F. D. Warren and E. M. Wy- Circular Letter No. 2085 received from Public Works. Supply bowl-

: cng, Assembly and Repair. by the Industrial Kcla- .--. I_"' ":_" ers are Wilkins, who is also the

The Board of Directors consist: ions Department ]last week I I I A NEVER-ENDING LINE OF 50 CAL aircraft machine guns very able secretary, Lowe, the

of nine members, three from As- The Commission has decided passes through the Assembly and Repair Department's plating shop Reiters (Frank is the treasure I,

rembly and Repair, and two each that preference points may not 681 for replating. Each: gun passes through an eight-step process the Rountrees, Behrens, Havvkim
from Public Works, Supply and be added to boost a mark over before it leaves the shop Here, Electroplater E. P. Love, assisted: Jones, Tate, Wilson, McGinnis, and

l the General Group. the passing grade whe.i a sta. by Willie Soloman, helper general, removes four guns from the I Lieutenants Reiley and Ho field,
i The General Group Includes NA. tus employee is required to qualify hot water rinse prior to being put in the Stoddard Solvent and I Sec. Wilkins announced that there!
In written test for promotion degreaser I is still room for three or four
.r ATC: Inspection, Physical Train- transfer' reassignment, ,>r i members In the league and invitee
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ing and Welfare Communication, reinstatement the letter stated. .
any one desiring to know more
,., Industrial Relations, Enlisted Personnel f also pointed cut that if such I r--- =- -d 7/AJp. I about it to contact him He fui-

} ; Office, Executive Department employees have already taken DrlC thee reported that a revised and

-,, Aviation Training, Medical these tests and passed, they will __ = LV.Qo up-to-date set of league rules
and the Yard ,
Department, Department not be appointed through non- -- t had been completed and copies distributed -
action unless their AROUND-
A R to the members on the
Voting will be by secret ballot. rating minus preference credits i & first official ten-pinners' night -
and each employee will be required] equals 70. Engine O\'erhaul-by Carl UIIaj last Tuesday It is expected that

r to mark his own ballot, voting for 'er-The A&R Bowling League I l about $200 In prizes will be awarded !-

4' ? candidate from his respective started the season off with a bang a lot about GeorgiaAtlanta, th .t 'I at the league's end. ,
Time of,voting and location INSIDEPUBLIC is I
group. I Predctlons'
yesterday at the Southside alleys : For the next HVt.ral.weeks -
,"+' of ballot boxes ivill be announce I Strange things seem to be hap- it is intended to
C, ly the Election Supervisor of each WORKS After a series of pre-season practice pening around this division, suchas various give you
Supply experts'
the'1f.".A.* tni4..lit the election games (which saw a lot of ace Jack Simpson's car catching on of the next
boxes \ sealed anti; T'e entire pfimie Works Depart- fire, R. K. Lambing catching cat- way Saturday's game
looks like
ballots will be counted In the preience ment, it appeared: attended the bowlers eliminated) it I fish in the living room of his will stack up. The following 1=

of the Civilian Personnel Of- Florida-Mississippi game and the tdam which will represent En- house, and Estes receiving "is i Frank Wilcox's pigskin picking-

, ', '. .. ficer.: watched Florida, with its custom- gine Overhaul's hopes for a bowl- check for one of his beneficial suggestions for next Saturday: Tennessee to
Employees nominated by the ary display of southern hospitality, ing championship this year will from Duke; Penn to triumphover

'' Eoard of Directors to fill the four graciously allow the visitors to'' be composed of Dave Kemp (Cap- We welcome.James Sewell and Purdue Lafayette; Ohio State over

.. vacancies are C. G. Hart, J.V.. win. It was a noble gesture but ; tain), Charlie Hart, Jack Byars!, Loren Carpenter to our shop. Sure I A&M; Oklahoma Northwestern defeating Texas -

t: 4, .' Hall, W. C. Howington, W. J. 1IU1'7' the ardent Florida fans found little I Gil Chichester, "Operator" Wool, hope you fellows enjoy your work UCLA :Texas to trample]
'0> : phy, and E. J. McKinney of the comfort I except Southern Comfort Jimmy Workman, and Robert as much as we enjoy having you Carolina; and bowing to North
( ;h Assembly and Repair Department; I ) in the smallness of the I Mains. Charlie Hart has been F. E. Sollie is the proud fatherof I, Drake to Tulsa:
Notre Dame
7':: \V. M Simcoke, J. G. Mills R. V: score. Since Florida plays NORTH I elected president of the league ,a baby girl. Yes, we got cigars. Pittsburgh Minnesota doing the usual to

',' Mosley, C. D. Green, and S. A. Texas State this Saturday, per- this year, eliminating him from Congratulations, dad and mom. Nebraska, ;and mangling
Graham. Public Works; L. B. Eu- haps they will forget their chlv- 11 consideration as team Captain. Harry Platt has been missed l Stanford.Michigan to overwhelm -

it ,,,, banks, John Finenco, Jr., F. W. 1a ry and win. i no bets!) I Mary McCann, whose smiling around the o/o division this week. will The Sunday papers -
verify or reject Frank'scelections.
:. Wienbarg, and Edison J. NunezT Bill Simcoke rushed home last face and cooperative attitude have We sure hope his condition im- .

,'. ,. Jr., General Group; F. R. Gard- Friday afternoon as though someone I long been a source of great pleasure proves so he can come back to POTPOURRI Tearful earful:

ner, A W. Bennett, J. B. Ilnabl- had shot him on his Civil to those whose duties brought work soon.Personnel. Bill Waters, over six
ret, and D. W. Whiddon, Supply Service button. We found out the them in contact with her, has been and Administration Supply, departed, via his years: in
transferred to the Plant Division. by Dot Dlckson Chief resig-
Hazel Miller
and -
Accounting reason Monday. He is the proud nation last week, to into
I I papa of a little "baby-soxer", a We sure hate to lose you, Mary, has been transferred to Main- for himself. He go -

girl. Named Pamela. Had it been a but at any rate, you won't be S3 side Personnel. Hazel, we surely open a combination plans station to
Inspecting boy, he would have been named far away that we won't see you miss you, and don't you forget to and store about ten miles out of
occasionally. come see us. Lots of luck
Benjamin Franklin Simcoke Bill your Tampa and invites all his Jsx
and the ghost of Ben Franklin Lt. McArthur opened his desk new job. friends to his
TheInspectors by place for
'I' both are probably glad 'twas a drawer one day last week and a The A&R band Is really making free water and air when
frog jumped out at him. How the headway. We have the instru- thev
I, make South Florida Fred
girl.The frog came to be in the desk is ments, and we'll soon be hearing trips.
Lowe also
Administration departed the
Building I same date
still one of the unsolved mysteriesof our own music. Congratulationsgo
,: HELEN BURNETTE welcomed a new girl this week this division, but the head man to Lt. Comdr. Mr. and Fred advises he will enter
a By Ziegler,
Miss Diehl who school .
I' We extend a hearty welcome to Jerry replaced didn't take long to get rid of the Spencer, and Mr. Roberts. Donnell Polly Mc-
in the Public wants
Mary Armstrong a name for her
Muriel Smith, clerk-typist In the springy little fellow. Seems like Mrs. Burdick is really enjoying '
Works file to new home, a red brick
room. Mary quit bungalow
: Interim Overhaul Inspection Of- go the frog was quite a traveler, because California from all reports. We I' out
back to college.In on the Beach road. The title
t. flee Hope you will enjoy working he later turned UP when ha have been flooded with mail, including of her
last abode frame
with us, Mrs. Smith. Maintenance, Mary Rodgers I was delivered to Mickey Reese reports of Spike Jones and little house!!
L. E. Jordan was home from the reports that John Kramer has by special messenger. his orchestra. Burdick has a love- erwood a nearer" the city, was "Peck-

it: ;4 hospital last week, we were very resigned his position in the refrigeration -I Power Plant Panorama: Thelma ly apartment, and only an houi other Hill.than She her offers no prizes -

{.':' glad to learn. We hope that, if he shop to get a little Bain wondering what the E. O drive from L. A, tude undying grat-
isn't back with us at this reading knowledge from the Jacksonville wolves did before she came to KatherIne Heaney has been but earnestly requests anyone -
,t -, he will soon be able to re- Junior Colleg-, Geff Mims is backat work here (and that IS food for transferred to the Time Section I in Class an idea to contact her

turn. We have missed having you his desk after a three weeks thought) E. O. leadingmei Hope you enjoy your new work, her on 671.Accountability. Parents, or buzz
with us, Louie. vacation. Geff says it wasn't a busy counting points Frank Katherlne I ano'grandpart'nts |
: The Zjmmermanshe
Chief A. C. Ingram checked real vacation because he had to Blanton smoking a pipe with a silencer Assembly Division by J, D. I is the chief in the issue ---

cut> of the department last week paint his house. Mrs. Manon Per- Neil Drake calling ev- Bouchard-Now that our hurri- of C&SS room
--announce the arrival
with a big smile on his face, very kins also returned from a tw a eryone's attention to a little sign cane days are over, we can get of
a baby on Sept. 23rd, and Re.
much elated over his new duty weeks vacation. posted on his desk Woody try- back to our column once more becca Pearlstin ,
a Chief Ingram was transferred to Virginia Walpole reports thatin ing his darnedest to annoy Char- giving you people the latest news mother to Marshall Henry grand-the

recruiting duty in (of all places) the Design Division Mr. Garthis lie Martin-without success The hurricane was really an extended 21st Xew employees: Dorothy on
his home town, Louisville, Kentucky making plans to attend the 25th and everybody and his brother affair this year, but we Henson, assigned to Traffic Di-
We feel sure he will be yearly meeting of the graduatingclass trying to read this column, over were indeed fortunate. Hats off to vision and
: very happy there. of '22 at the University of my shoulder as I write it, so that the boys who did all the unsecur to Gwendolyn Morton, assigned -
Correspondence .
i r We hate to have you leave us, Tennessee. And this should be a means-so long for now. ing while most of us stayed home During the last two hours of the
iR Norma and will surely miss havIng headline-There was snow In MIami Plant Division-by Walt Fletch- taking it easy. Just when w, hurricane

,.\. (( you around, but wish you and Yep! Mr. Snow just returned er-Well, what do you know, folks, thought we'd be rid of hurricanes, Willie Riegel scare entertained secure her period section -
'r\\1 your husband the best of luck and i iI' from a vacation there. here we are, back after the hur- the rains came and many were with
\\ a dancing exhibitionof
l ;':s'? happiness in your new location. In the Transportation Divisionit ricane (or should I say hurri- saying, "River, stay 'way from the oldest and latest dance

4. :Mrs. Norma Wells resigns her is reported on questionable -I my door." Mary Donald told us steps, on which she is
''U, position as enlisted personnel clerk authority (Mr. Dauphin himself) how the water was running in an .
authority Those new
':-- in the main office tomorrow, October that Willie Dauphin set out to from swimming in September. many of the homes where She phone records
we requisitionedare
,j' /, 3rd. Her husband is being paint his kitchen over the weekend I Some folks call it wading, but: lives Many employees were water due any day now Our con-
;;*: discharged from the Navy and He bought all the necessary brother, you had to swim for it. bound and couldn't get to workin dolences to Essie Wilkes in Receipt
1 H'... they are leaving for their former Items: a brush, a gallon of paint, Here in Jacksonville. we were _in n their nun cars,. Control on the )loss ofher

:c home in Kansas City. Good luck a bottle of thinner, and another lucky to have been by-passed by C. Morris is a happy new brother recently When you
to you both! Let us hear from bottle. Willie says everything was the main force of the hurricane.The papa this week as his wife gave get a moment, ask Sleeve
\: spare :
you often. going fine until the paint fumes Drafting Department hal birth to a baby boy. Congratulations to do his impersonations for you.
F; It's a girl for the F. E. Sollle'a made him a trifle dizzy. He dip- an addition last week in the per- Mr. Morris. He has been wowing his previous

.' 4a They named her Margaret Iris, ped the brush in the wrong bottle, son of Don Ragin, who has been Wedding bells are ringing for audiences, who swear you can't
:.r' 't and she made her appearance last took a drink of the thinner, and going to school improving his IQ Ethel Player, who got married tell the difference between his impersonation -
0' i Wednesday, Sept. 24th. Congratulations put the gallon of paint in the refrigerator Push the slates, boy. October 1st. We all want to wish and the real article In-

to this happy couple. to cool. When Willis The Division office has a new her the best of luck cidentally, Steeves wants C. Pet-

t. We take this opportunity to had 'finished. he had painted the employee Mary McCann who came Chief Brennan got his wife a er Reiter to have the credit for hi.

cay "Goodbye" to a large majorityof kitchen completely, including from Engine Overhaul. We hope beautiful mixer with all the at- cartoon idea in this week's Air

the White Hats who will bet stove, pots and pans. He says his you like it here, Mary. tachments. What kind of celebra- News Twosomes: OD and KWH \\':
; leaving us this week to assume wife had trouble making coffee The other day Buzz Sawyer was: tion is it, chief? and BY; CVK and JC; SA

1 duties in other activities on the Monday morning because the coffee seen carrying a box of eggs Do Planning Di\'lslon-by Maklpa and DS; SK and FR .
station We hope you will be pot still had paint in It. Willieis people still eat those things? I The hurricane, transfers, and va- FAMOUS LAST WORD: '
in stations of now seeking part-time employment used them in cations have taken for
happy your new thought you "Nogs. up news "Gimme the material now and 111
,,: duty and hope your new assignments on week-ends as an experi- Paul Carmen had both good and the last few weeks. But now, either send you a stub later."
"" won't take you too far from enced painter. tad luck with his chicken and tur- the personnel have settled

j. ";'-\ us BO that we can say "hello" once S .5 key farm during the hurricane down for some real hard work or Division team expects to close
_!:.," in awhile. You've done a good! DIVORCES DIGNIFIEDSEA He didn't lose a one of his flock, else they are keeping their activities the season this year with a few
job, and we have all enjoyed the ( ) The courtroom was but all of his eggs must have floated well guarded. I honors. With Joe Corte as team

4 i,c',' associations while working with placed back among the sacred institutions to his neighbors' henhouse. Some people have "Bees In the I captain, and Charlie Field, Fred
t') 1 \ you and places by Judges A. Gad! And with the price of eggs Bonnet;" some people have beesin Wood, Chief Hintz, and George
': l' Chief Sandefur reported in from S Henderson and Frank McNamee what they are these days. the hives. Guees who! ((265: sec- Hull on the team, there no rea-

>;! .a: :) another trip to Norfolk, that in, who warned movie actresses and AcocsHOiicH Division-by Dorothy tion) has Hives-No Bees-No son why they can't win

''.,: r.,;:..\ "nil In"VE:!], that i1'J a stren socialites coming to Las Vegas, \\llliainpon-ll: A Garrett Bonnet ? School bells rang again, but toe

.,:::. eons train ride up there and back, Nev, to dress and act like ladies owe spends a lot of time in Geo- The 1047 bowling teams are wellon different types of kiddies Mr. Hieb:

,': ';,'f''. isnt: it, Chief? While Sandy was They banned dark glasses, traditional pla Is there tome special reason, their way now, having gotten is attending supervisors' IIC' Ool.
1 away, Chief E. L. Martin held the : Hollywood]] disguise, aa wellAS H. A.? Another of our employee] organized' and ready for their first Who's signing the'report cdrd. Mr.

\t.. fort as acting )leading chief bare midriffs, slicks] and shorts. Thomas by name, seems, to know game Yf flter ay. The Planning Hiebl



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Captain Jul M f ScI..m"h.r, USN: .

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Lt. Paul !0'. Hi:i'i':;". (Chfi) U.SM: /
Public Information Officer
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Editorial: OWNI for NATTC Saelldn. RO.WII 137 anJ III!.
AJmt nitration JJjiMinn\ 6V0( -A, Yul. BU ;404.Editor \ .

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All Phutocriphs are official U. S. Nave Photnaraphe. mal. by NAS
Photo Lab and Av.' Kuiiii Suhjol Pholo Lab utili-n* othxrwimt er..dit.i.

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STREAMERS: PAPER HATS, plenty of drinks and plenty to eat added up to an entertaining
evening/ for the Training Division Party held last Friday at the Royal Palms Patio on Roosevelt High
way The T division gives thanks to Chiefs Hawaid and
I many Sahl for their effort in planning a successful -

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: .\DESTRY RIDES AGAIN starring Marlene Diet-
rich and James Stewart Shows nt 1730 and 2015. i I l l ew l500kJ

Dietrich and Ray Milland Shows at 1730 and 2015 Friday 1400, # e kA y ,:: : NATTC Library
1730 and 2015 Saturday i# ;8 ,
; i ir There have been many novels

SfNU.YP.ICTURE' OF DORIAN GREY, with George Sanders and many monuments raised to
And Hurd Hatfleld, Shows at 1100, 1730 and 2015. .--l; the pioneer mother the sturdy
f woman with her sunbonnet, her
MONDAY AMI- TU" SU.Y--MOTHER WORE TIGHTS, star- '\ long full skirt and her strong
Itng Betty Griible and Dan Dalley, Jr. Shows at 17JO and 2015.WEDNE.ND4Y -: ft. children gathei/d about her, but .
Guthrie's "BIG SKY" id .the..tteut.-_r'
: --STORK BITES MAN, with Jackl, Cooper andGen )).:, I novel written about the nioun-
Robeits. Show at 1730 and 2015.: + ...... I taut man who hating and fearing
I J peaceful homes and women, hawIng
TIIlJICslU --MARKF WOMAN, with B phrey Bogart Shows; at 1730 :and 2015.YeUow small use for his fellow-man, had

I but one love -freedom under the \

WalorTIIUKM1AY -. ke., w Me big sky of new, untarnished country -
Such a man is Boon Caudill
--NO SHOW. I who tried to( murder his father

>Cw then stole his and
out forth
.IUU.\- DARK PASSAGE, starring Humphrey Bogart and ew '
) West. The to
Lauren Baeall! Last: Movie for Yellow Water. story packedwith

... ......---........- -- _.' ..--- -.. ,. as much action and savagery -
as any western and is an.
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD 1IEANS AT TUB CHOW HALL be-ans at an outing rough as the men it characterizes.Ann .
You just cant get away front them says Chief icf Watch 1 Brodie Petry, who wrote "THIS
as he offers an extra! large tablespoonful to XO Division Officer STREET" has a novel called"COUNTRY ,
FLEETS IN-Open nightly 17302130. Bldg. :317. Lt. ( jgi' Shahan. XO Division party was held last Saturday at PLACE." This rather -f
Sandwiches! and snacks available. Kingsley Beach In spite of the dreary weather. all hands enjoyed short novel is laid in a small
BOWLING l alley In Ship. S . to all personnel, Monday through Saturday, ( thirsty I awabbie and his guest Many thanks are due Chief druggist who knows all the people
17002130. League games have priority. Pinkaton for his efforts making- this outing a success of the town Intimately, tells :,4
--- --
--- -- -
NA1TO UltKAKX: .- Located In Auditorium. dramatically the story of a groupof
Open Monday( Tuesday hursday and Friday 13O to apparently commonplace townspeople -
ZltJo). Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday whose lives are interwoven
1230 to 2100 r THE WORD The time is during the New

England hurricane and the forceof
- the hurricane sets the pace fir
A AlllLJC'llC GKAK Available at Gear Lock_r.- I t FROM 1 AVIATION, FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL the story.

Physical Training uepatimenc, tnaj.. :oix l Some people know all about
Since you )last read tltTworthy piece i of literature many dogs and some just about enough
Tt; :'iIS-Ractlu"'t.' and balls. available at Physical of our Division leaders have found their writing:: hand numbat to tell a Scottie from a Great

Training Bldl{, 513. I the end of a day due to the innumerable checkouts and Dane collection, but everyone of dog will stories like called anew -

transfers in the course of this past week. No less than twelve "JUST A :MUTT"'* There you

SWIMMING POOL No. 1-(Bldg. 518) For I changes were made while an additional horde of nineteen will find the story of Billy, the
al Personnel with Guests.! Children under checked out to the Separation --- -- ---- --- panhandling dog: Bosco. who
allowed in the pool unless accompanied Nt1vJt Center, The greatest: number of Brks. 7 a la "Keeping up with found his way home alone from
Kent adult. Monday thru the Jones'', and the single Fiut California to
or a responsible these transfers took place in the Tennessee: : : ; Lady
130.. to 2045. Saturday OWO to :2045. Sundays old reliable "Salt Mines.: In order Class back in "Bachelor's Quarters who dominated an elephant: work
Holidays 1300 to 2045. of their appearance we have ." (Lower left P. O. room)I. ing dogs, hunting dogs, trading/
Swift. Mastroiocco Lagerman.Foisythe. After eighteen months of ser/- dogs, alley dogs, hitchhiking dOI'II.
Stafford, and Lucas ice in the Division, one of our stalwarts and even a few blue-bloods. The
SWIMMING POOL No. 2-(Bid 419)) For male
has his reward author Eldon Roark
"Honest John" met them like the I reaped just is a newspaper -
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to Hansel and Crete as as Georgia's Bill Vollenweider nas man and most of the storlplJ
1200 and 1730 to 20!>. Saturday OtfOO to 2045. Sundayand witch In
I' with a beaming smile he I led them received a transfer to NAS Glenview were gathered first-hand aa human
Holidays 1300 to 2015.RECEPTION off to their chains Chl-Chl's order III. We want to wish "Vol- Interest stories for his newspaper
UOOM: -Located in Auditorium for blank for four MAA's somehow ly" all the best at his next station J .

NATTC Personnel, relatives and guest: slipped through Material on the and to tell him that the Navy Band To Be Heard
won't b.
patches on our dungarees
first try and we now find Chesaer,
NATTCenter McCahey, Mullins and Nugent the same without, as he mustered Over WMBR Saturdays
at Ship'sWHERE
IUNGU-E\'ery Thursday evening "
"the other
till 2230. >practicing up their calls on brand guy. Beginning Saturday, and
Service in Snug! Harbor bear ntr..nce from 2000 Spon- The boys broke out their blu,. con
Jced by the Navy Wtvee Club 0' Jacksonville: Proceeds: for the Nuriieery. new whistles Childers! was so overjoyed 'canvas" this week In preparationfor tinuing every Saturday for the
that he presented 'Ir. Mich I next 13 weeks, radio station
I the cooler weather. Most of
aels with a brand new kite tail t la WMBR will air a 15-minute pro-
TO CO-nSIIORE cherished possession i to show hn us were lucky to get away with a gram of music by the Navy Band
appreciation. little dirt and mildew but son i'? at 1745

S.\l4\\'flOS IY CLUB formerly at 122 W. Forsyth Street Someone else has at last hop- like Bogers will have to add four The program is transcribed: in
inches In the waist. Li now located at UOO Liberty Street, 200 Bad Dormitory which includes ped on the bandwagon and I can home The Washington by the famous ban r I
locker and ahuwer $.w O. A m.lclt bar breakfast. lunch and successfully report that plans for thing Is that we'll be able important to an- Mu-sio will include military an_
In October classical I
Division sometime light
a party 'ompo.iitaolliJ.
short ordcTs ered at reasonable prices : are now underway This: Information I swer the liberty call in the "coat: A >

\\' ERE TO GO ASHORE: NCCS Club at Church and N wnara5JSundayS. was passed out Monday ,I 01 Navy blue." I I j LJTTf.K TIIKATKK: : TO
Streets: Club open dally from 1700 to 2300. Saturdays. 1200 to :UOO afternoon at a meeting of the ma- i I And while on the subject of liberty i ruKitKNTmn: : itiiTir
: to 2300 Dances Wednetdayt and Thuradaya Saturdayi jority of the Division The only'I I we saw a few members of I The Little Theater of Jacksonville
Uniloim required on Saturday and Sunday. reports I have are that Chief Far- the Division sitting In the $2..') will present: "Dear Ruth" ai
low was to head the Committeeand I I teats at the football game Saturday -I its opening play of the season, it
was to be assisted by a few evening ( Behind the goal I was announced this: week. The
. NAVY WIVES. CLUU First Class. Since all the names I I pojtsi. Stradley reports that he. play will reopen an eight-day run
_P_ _wi are not available I won't alight McFarland and Mastrorocco got I on 17 October at the San Marco
WILL MEET TODAYThe anybody but we will have more t > I back all right, but that there were Boulevard Playhouse .
ATERI ITY WAR report on the progress accomplished I[I two "dead soldiers" under the Season tickets are now availableat
Jacksonville Navy Wives next week i i! seats when they left. the: box office.
Club No 88 will hold its monthly After a week's delay due to th J I|
business meeting this afternoonat storm we come to the Honor Students i r
'*/ 1100 at the CPO Club. All Navy I of Class AF-02 One week I I World-Wide Communion Fuller V/afren Will Be

Wives and guests are being invited more didn't! make any different > I Sunday To Be ObservedAt Guest On Navy ProgramFuller
to attend.. to J. Weaver and. V E. Brewer All Saint's
The club announced that a new ChapelThe -
who compiled" the highest averages Warren naval.: reserve
r club house has been obtained anJ for their class. Congratulations I eighth annual observance of officer I and possible gubernatorial i
that plan.-will be formulated for and luck in your "A" School, fellows World-Wide Communion Sundaywill candidate, will be the
the opening in the near future : AMM for Weaver anti Aor- be celebrated aboard the dU- guest of Your Navy Reporter[
The club house is the Recreation M for Brewer. tion this Sunday The followshm on the Nautical Notes programat
Hall, formerly used aa a nurseryin Going back to our j>ld reliable, of faith is to be celebrated at both 1345 Saturday altcinoo
Dewey Park. some of the thing we'd like to the 0030 Service and at the 1045 over radio station WJ AX. _
J see in the Division: a draft of General Service at All SaintI .-*' Warren will discuss opportunities

She: "I'm thrilled. My husband'a yeomen, a crowd at the football I Chapel. for young men in the;
got:; detectives watching me I don't I games, everyone taking# bi own Families and friend of naval' peacetime :ravy whether veterans -
know whether to glyo them an I gear from the drying room, .atu- personnel have been Invited to Join or nonveterans.t'ags .
eyeful or not" } I dents to stand the fire watclio at horn at the service, '

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\ 2 October 1947 NATTC JAX A1H NEWS SECTION Paae Seven

Last Yellow V/ater

Va Smoker Best Ever

Y en 1I *

45., Staged By Sinibaldi

Fighting to a packed house at
Yellow Water' AI Slnlbaldl pro
teges staged one of the best smokers -
ever presented in Yellow Water
Led bv a four man frtr-for-
all the 9 bout boxing card yielded
6 decisions and a TKO. Dave How-

%: I w r" croft staging one of the best. for
The first intramural football a first timer was TKO'ed In tho

game of the reason! between the third round after receiving a hard
T-EA and T-EB teams!!, ended to right: to the body delivered by veteran

our pride and Joy, In a "Tiger Bob Perkins
victory. HENRICHSEN was the The next smoker will be held
man of the hour making the only I here at NATTCenter some time in
touchdown in the game; and from the very near future and will be
the loud shouts and cheers for 4scr. under the tutorship of ring veteran
FRENCHY. STILLMAN and ot 1'1 + AI SinibaldI.
er member of our team It wa The results of last. Thursday's

Indicated that the T-EA supporters M smoker are as follows: 1st Bout:
approved of the way the game I Inr.CAV Free-for-all) C. L Littell. L Mc-
was played. II Daniels, C G. Moa W. J. Bresco,
I I won by Mora and Littell
Credit should be given to LT 2nd bout: Richard Beck (1122)),
I K OF TI1R KKCKNT 8TOHM conditions around these parts It was necessary to begin I
Jg) DAMBRON, AEM Physical declsioned Frank Walsh ((120)),
this! season's Intramural Football league last Wednesay The Tigers TEA met their highly touted
raining Qffleer, for hie efforts 3rd bout John Gaal ((125)) won
I brothers TEB ,iBearcatsi and defeated them 7.0 for the season's opener Pictured above is Captain
the teams behalf decision Gomez
-especially over Lupe
tn I Jules P Schumacher wishing the rival captains the best of luck before the game Included in the
._---rn getting the water boy out on ((126)),
photo left to right: Tiger Coach, Lt the fleld'It !
i Skipper Team Captain DeSmlth Thursday the Adders were routed by a strong wildcat team, 18.6. cisioned" Don Rhoada (11351.
really seems. as if the habits -- 5th bout: James Harris (114. )
of nome of out Ship Co. men are lost! by decision to Charlie VVH-
undergoing a great change. LU- liamson (145))
CYK, who even offered to sign! Trounce Beurenls 19-0
Bulldogs 6th bout: Max Scott ((147) de-
a statement that he has retire 1
cisioned Dave Schuelke ((150))
from his" former way of life, nowdrink '
7th bout: Bill Wallace 1156)
!! only milk and water whil '

:MIKE MALSEED who has;' beena In First Bid For HATTC Title won mon!!by(156)decision. over Dave 8 u'h.

good boy all 'his life (lag!: the : &th bout: Harley Prldpen! IflO)
story goes ), went on a bender fo
lost by decision to Bill Smith
the first time, a tvcck or so'
_ : gO'1 ]It was a much wiser Bulldog team that came back in the second half of the Bulldogs I f 160))

There's, a new "office boy" in T;earcnt gftTne to a, 19-0 win. It was a mighty fortunate Bulldog team that managed to dropped Nth bout decision: \Bill Llndsey to Cheater((155)

Bldg. 512, who goes by the name rise up and hold the rampaging Bearcats to a scoreless first half. The TAI TEB-TS I' Bridges (1 n.

of "Baby Doll" ROBERTS; r,' Bearcats ran up and down Ordnance territory pretty much at their own will last Tuesday 10th bout: Bob Perkins 154)
placing I
who has
from the rugged duty of the retired in the f first half of the game. The only time the Bulldog line seemed to muster up I II. won bv TKO in third round over
enough strength to put the chock Dave Howcioft ((155).
See-going life, to spend the rest
I. Messers Smith and This was the last smoker to be
to Lyle company
of hi1a>'s on a quiet farm In 1
at Yellow Water becau&o
Bearcats presented
was when came
Georgia, where he the
can forget
of the forthcoming inactivalioa of
knocking on the goal
maddening nise i and dm of a typewriter ,
in a< tion, Also, we welcome The Bearcats first threat camt NAGS .. .
BKANTLEY into the Ship's Co late in the first quarter when r, flOEfBY SHO'P' ,
members-hip Smith to Lyle pass clicked for ,31.
yards. putting the ball on the Bui' Long Versus Short

>All the "Yankees" are goinsr: clog 18. A Bulldog offside penalty! NEWS :
and a center plunge saw the pigskin Fashions At Officers
beating their chests and

'Jijovmg having: the: -it cold sine weather seems we to put Rre.u"w with fumble resting a en first the and on 3-vaid the ten line Ordnance A Bearcat was recovered *.< i 'L lobbies for the lIobbyiJlf.' 'Wives Meeting Oct. 9

tw life into them while thethern
: by Lleb trom and followed I I Evidence! In favor of the affirmative -
element I huddles clo
sweaters. and coats, and low-r up by a beautiful quick-kick by For the hobbyist searching for something different in side of the burning question
Je Collins to ave the day fi I I I of the In fa hion!
urn blue. the l line of miniature working models of different types of day women s --
; the Bulldogs and set the Be rcatl- Long dresses vs short, dresses"I .
back on their own 22. I machinery or_apparatus. : _ve: 1 have: _a complete miniatureork- I I I \ )) be presented to the Jury of officers
I u
hear that BAKER, DOB ON.
The Bearcats came marc'him wives by Purcell' on of
WATSON, ROBERTS FELTY 2 Jacksonville leading fashion
back to the goal again and when
and KAHNIS had a wild ride to stores, Thursday October Dth at
the the ball Jay once again only four : ,
high school football
game yards! from the last Bulldog)) stripe, the Officers Club
the other night, in one little
it occurred to the Ordnance m. This meeting of officer' wives
It Bums that they represented that unites they held, they wi-u't!' will commence at two (12) o'clock
the only cheering section' for ti- be scored upon in very short ordp'They Had! the Style Show will be follow-
ther team, but did all right ''1 1 informal tea.
held, and the ball went '" < < bv an
keeping the game noisy enough, the Bulldogs on their own 4-yal" S Ten professional models will prr-
ill/ by themselves Tent the latest in women's .
I stripe The half ended after a it) style
-- yard end sweep by Collins.The All officers wives are urged to
"Ensign": STILLMAN is' to I attend, especially thoc! whose n'W-
second half was a -
leave ui. noon, for the upper ranks) hands have recently rerrrtpil
affair. The Bulldogs k1 k 'doff '
HP'S been appointed to Annapolis I aboard Civilian guests of officer's
to the Bearcats 22. The bulldog -
no you fellows better practice *alutiiig i TT'H'i \\ives! are cordially invited.
line rushed the Bearcats or.
him! All kidding add Admission is $1,CO per person
and recover i a
the first
though, we really) wish "Stilly' play I and all reservations should lie
..." tho bent cf luck at the Academy fumble on the Bearcats 12. Collins made prior to 1200 October 8th,
,," .. t(ok only two tries to make .he i I 1947 Reservations can be madeby
touchdown of the The
first game i
phoning the Commissioned Officers
conversion failed and the cruse
I Mess-' -Ext. 8187
6-0 in favor of the ordnance
9ra; .AJOKE was
" The proceeds' of the Style Show
men will go to the Station Nursery.
Again the Bulldogs kicked oft! "'(IIking diligently: so' R* to
and Once again c n the first two make thi meeting a huge euc-!!
plays the Bearcats were ru+hert I cess are Mrs W' Wmgaid! and
and fumbled. They recovered the Mrs R. F. Blvthe. NATTCenner
11Ju/ first fumble and then lost their Chairman
r second one. to give the ordnancemen ing! mode) of an 18th century Naval Cannon. This brass replica ..

.,.. 1. "Oh," aid the city girl to th" the ball on the Bearcat" 'F. is so exact that if the barrel is boreo another inch it I NE\\ CI141N I.KTTKK:
farmer, "what a funny looking Collins! then passed! to Joe Giaca- This chain letter was storied in
c I w No horns!" I lone In the end zone: for a-- spectacular tan he fired RENd in the hope of hiinrini! !
"Theie flit several reasons", why i touchdown: : Collins! ran over Tc describe the cannon i pictured -- -- happiness to tiled civilians and;

a cow does' not have horns' said i for the extra point. I above I more fully: the elevating srnrms FOOD sailors

hr farmer "Some are born with- The Oidnancemen again kicked, adjusting wedge is struck with a SEA i ThE Navy will) give Unlike most chain letters, this

*' horns Some do not grow any off to the Bearcats Smith Marled I mallet which forces the barrel t-I- I j i away surplus foodstuffs\ now on I does I I| not cost any money Simply
the late ream t.f their lives", taking to the air and on a long thtrII' or down, the wheels actually board 1000 to 2(1*>0 ships being end a cop to five ((5) mole

Other'! are dehorned) while young, pass intended for Lyle. Hentzen operate. decommissioned, the War Asset, friends and then bundle up jour
/mine breeds! are not supposed 1 to Intercepted- the Bulldogs on the This' kit comes complete with Admimstratian announced Selling: wife and send her to the fellowat
have horns fct all But the chiefifximtfi 50 and went to the eBacat 30 on I gun barrel wheels;, screws and ether the food at a fair value was lali- the top of the' list.
this' cow doewn't have any' a beautiful exhibition of broken- parts including the finishing' sled as "impractlcttl and uneconomical. When you come to the head of

horns Is that" It Isn't' a tow field running. Collins advanced the supplies... When properly completed ." the list you will receive I 16,173

It's a ho-w ball to the 12 on the next play anda I thin gleaming brass replica of women

: : 5 yard penalty against the Beat- the 18th century Naval eanncn HELEN HIGHWATER I Have faith. Do not break thu
f' Officer: tleaned) tlr cats' made It fc and goal. Collins))) makes an appropriate base for a chain One man broke the chain
deck and ptlished. the brass" then rushed over for thi touchdown twin desk pen set. and got his own. wife back.It .

Bailor: 'Yes', !!sir, and I've swept The extra point was not Phttto supplies Although the 1 1.dw 1t .
the horizon with my binoculars') good and the game ended, 19-0. NATTCenter Hobby Shop has not 1I is! better fo a soldier to get

The Bulldog team will play next officially t>pene l Its Photo LAb, I something in his! eve and wink

t Oypwy Row dressed very thin Wednesday against the Wildcat the stock room has already tereived I than wink and get something in ......
, Gypsy Rose sat t>n a pin, at 1630! on the NATTC football!) shipments of photographic his eye
: Gypsy Roue, tqulpment that Is now < n sale -
/ ----- field.The starting lineup for the Bulldogs They have a variety of photo stock
No, stupid, treee don't becomtpctiifled
'vs. Bearcat game wanTime : now printing paper, film packs, I NATTC
I when the wind snakes! (chemical In the very near future '
them rcxk BULLDOGS BEARCATS they expect to stock all types t Intramural!> Football

Luscomt) >F RE Ch.u.a of cameras, flash bulbs and other Schedule
VP.RY TRUE I Stephenson RT HrrrcItankina photo accessoriesVOH'K .
"I>Rddy. dr>n't they ever give JlC Hf'liLi..trOln .. .
"IOWPIS for the gi(Kin ?" C BhRf.'r Tucsday-7 October

"No, mm There will be storm! O'Rou1c LG Welch OP EXPERIENIC) Bulldogs: vs Wildcats

ie> igh for him after the bride Black l..T HauckrrC.lacalone HIP ptiftpiiing woman, one humId a ) ,
begins' to reign," LE &ptro August day, practically filleda Wcd.-8 October
Britton QB Lyle bus with shouting chllclien As
The tourist 'asked the ndlan: O'Nf'al HE Smith tell, wikh dropping: nickel' after Ad'd'ers' vs Bearcats

What Jo you do all day' ?" CoWne HB La\tfMtI nickel in the fait box, th ilriveiunhid .
I "}Jllnt and drink," leplietl) the Gibson' Fl DaAugelh "Air these: eLl your children, ''I'bar.October
I 1",1 11m.i 1 1 or to thin a picnic?" "These are all Yea
Mother, k' still In TQ
"And what do you hunt?" tHH on n man '. especially my ,chlMitMi, mister," she irphtd feral:' Ut ers vs Hellcats

I j i "Dr!Jt." a good time "ami it wamt't atly'I4I :"

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rage --r.1gnt "i\A alit .1'f.t.W. J :Z October 1947 ,,.' ..


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WAS PLENTY of wp initial TD, the first of two t

tough-and-tumble action in last he scored Sunday. The powerful .-

Sunday's grid clash between the Flier line opened a big hole i

Jax-Na\y Fliers and the Parris to let the plunging fullback

Island Marines The Fliers fulfilled score. Bottom : Marvin Hardin

all expectations and bound ((58)) who turned in a sterling

ly spanked the leathernecks.. :27- game on defense Sunday, i is

13, before 5,500 fans in the Gator ; shown partially blocking Hay-

Bowl. A strong line rose to ard Pickett's punt in the second .

stymie all Parris Island advances period. The pigskin traveled *
via the ground route but only ten yards, then went out-of "" "..,
the South Carolina eleven moved bounds. In the background can .

in the air lanes for a great deal be seen some of the 5,500 fans

of yardage Top left : Jack MiQuaiy A ho turned out to see the FliergI.I.

to the left of the ref- opening game. The Fliers will I"

ree, is bulling his way for six clash with the Stetson Univer-

precious yards down to the Ma- sity Hatters Saturday night in "

tines' three. Top right: Mt- the Gator Bowl with kick-oft

Quary goes, crashing across time slated for 2000.

the goal line for the Fliers'

J, ;

Eight Teams Have Jox-Novy Flattens Porris Island Mirines, : ,..

Already 47 Touch Signed FootballChief For : 27 -13, In Opening Come At Gator Bowl f '

Bob Beaudreau of th?
---- --
Physical Department Training announced and last Welfare week More Than 5,000 Grid Fans See Intra-Mural "World Series"'

teams have now signified :
that eight Fliers Score 1st. Victory Ol 47 i
J to enter the
their intention

NAS intra-mural touch football :Mentor "Tuffy" Thompson's one-two punch-a rugged, Underway At P. P. Diamond-1;

league. powerful line and a power-laden backfield-payed off in a
Parachute Loft VA ATU No. 4, winning way last Sunday when the Jax-Navy Fliers soundly The NAS intra-mural "World Series" began at th

Assembly, Marines and, Supply Repair,, VO Commissary ATU- whipped the Parris Island Marines, 27-13, before 5,000 chilled Power Plant Diamond yesterday afternoon, pitting the 1 Na

No.6, and NARTU have already fans in the Gator Bowl. ional League softball champions, the Metals Division miv I

notified Beaudreau that they The leathernecks from South Carolina could gain but '\gainst the American League flag winner, VO ATU No.t

would field teams this year. 50 yards on the ground mainly I The series will be played on a three-out-of-five-gan

It was emphasized that: any tecause of the outstanding wayin controlled the pig-skin, Thompson's -I basis, the winner to be crowned champion._of the static] :
other divisions wishing to field which the linemen stymied all backfield aces marched Games also win DS: played today
teams in the coming season should advances. And when the Fliers' down field almost at will, with far corner, outdistancing the entire and tomorrow.

get their entries in to Beaudreau the the above-average Jax line lead- defense for 45 yards and a The members of the winninj-;
Mailas ing
at Building 726Yard way TD. converted, making. team will receive gold softball,
soon as possible, for a deadline Locals Score Within Five MinutesHarvey while the losers will get silver .
has been set. No entries will be 1S-6 for the Fliers.
Hardy, co-captain of the softballs.
accepted after Friday, 10 October WQRKOUTSFORNEXT Jax-Navy eleven, kicked off to the With the Marines in possession
Metals won the right to go into
Marines with Jack "Wahoo" Man 20 Pickett
their ,
of the ball on own
the final series taking two
Rules are being drawn up for NAS BOXING SMOKERFifteen cos holding The Parris Island faded to pass, but two charging games from the Dispensary nine
the seven-man teams, and officials lads could do little with the ball
Fliers, headed byJ last week. Dispensary copped the
will their indoctrination to tailback John Beck linemen of the
begin and
work- punted
boxers have been
first tilt, 6-1 behind the bril-
Flier guard, trappedthe
T. ,
next week. Immediately ett who returned the to the
period ing out daily under the supervisionof punt about the three and: liant one-hit hurling of Bill Whls-
after the deadline, Physical Chief "Chip" Chiapparoni in Fliers' 25. On the first play, Beck- passer
smashed him back into the end enhunt. The lone blow was a long:
will begin work on the ett scooted around end fora
Training preparation for the next NAS right Moriva
four-bagger by Wayne ,
schedule Boxing Smoker to be held at first down Then Mancos picked zone for a safety. Metals baseman.But .
Almost the same thing happened -
October nine on a reverse, and
Mainside Auditorium on 10 up yards
back Beckett, on Metals ;
to the Flier the never-say-die
at 2000. Beckett moved to the visitors' 46
WAVES Try Hands on the next play and another first the next play after the Marines nine came back on the following'day ]
At AU Sports On From all reports, this smoker down. Mancos scampered for 19 had kicked from their 20. Beckett to pin a 1-0 decision on their ;: r
should top the previous two cardsin about five yards to
raced back opponents, and on Tuesday copped :
and then moved another
New "Play Nights"Working thrills. Chipparoni has really three:yards look for a receiver, but had it the pennant, 5-2. Oddie Martinez ;
yards on a reverse.
under the motto "It's been giving the boys a rigid blocked straight up In the air went the distance for the J
Navy-it's chic-to be physically training schedule and the pugsterj Beckett faded back and tossedto and Bob Keller, Marine tackle, winners, giving up but two bib, '
fit', NAS WAVES have been hold. are getting into shape by leaps Mancos for 18, placing th"ball hauled it in, running down the VO ATU No. 6, tied with the .
uig play nights every Tuesdayand I and bounds. : on the opponents' nine-yard middle for P. I's second TD. The :Marines for first place in the n-
Thursday. Under the direction The card will be spiced with stripe. There, big Jack McQuary try for point failed, and the half second half of the season, knocked ( .
of Skipper Edge, all athletic such favorites as Mike Hernan- plowed to the three-yard line and : ended with the local griddeis the leathernecks out of the _
quipment is brought out to tha dez, Jim Regan, Joe Steiner, and on the next play plunged over the 'holding a narrow two-point margin running in their one-game playoff .'.
Mat and then the Aaron Garcia. All but Hernandez goal line for the Fliers' initial
WAVE Athletic I 15-13 last week, 9-3, topping Daryl
;irl3 are turned loose to choose have competed in the other touchdown. Hardy's try for the McQuary Score Again Shaw, star varsity Flier hurler.
their sport. smokers and Mike is a former extra point was low. Lococo kicked off, with the ball I Shaw was hit fairly hard, but
Included in the program art(; Golden Gloves champ. Hardy kicked off again and the skimmering down field 49 yards, many miscues also helped to bring
basketball, volleyball, badminto.i, Eight bouts have been promisedfor Marines were forced to punt on and the Marines brought it bade about his defeat.
montevallo, kick ball, clock golf, this smoker, and there probably third down because of the rugged to the 31. A hard-charging line Since VO ATU No.6 was the
deck tennis archery, shuffle-board I: will be additional events to play of the Jax linemen. Sal Lo set the Carolina eleven back to winner of the first half competition -
dodge ball and anything else the, I I: give the crowd an action-packed coco took the pigskin for two the 22. and then Flier left tackle, they automatically Jumpedinto .
an athletic gal might want evening yards over tackle, and R E. Clarke Ben Adams, blocked a Marine the final series
--- bulled his way for five Lococo kick but the visitors recovered.
picked up another yard but then On the ensuing kick left-end fourth an final touchdown of th,' :
Flier Softball Team To Be punted. The pass from center was Vince Anania blocked the ball] clash. Eight Parris Island men j.
I high and Lococo's punt only traveled and the Fliers took over on th? I took a stab at trying to bring the
Feted At Banquet TonightMembers about 17 yards. P I. 23 Little "Wahoo" slipped fleet-footed wingback down, but ; .
With this piece of luck, the through for six yards, and II Mancos just outraced the whole .
of the NAS Flier many will have left the station Marines sent Ed Bolton around Beckett plowed for three more field.
softball squad, the runners-up i iI via transfer or discharge. left end for a first down and Then McQuary plowed his way fir From then on it was a see- a", .
softball champion- The Fliers well deserve the I then Bayard Pickett faded an 13 to the leatrehneck three He battle with both teams doing a i
the All-Navy
honor being paid them tonight- I tossed a 25-yard aerial for another again took the ball and, with six lot of punting. Pickett tried to
ships which were held at NAS Ala- After winning the inter-district I first own. On the next play, men trying to drag him down, connect for passes but the Fhe ,
meda, California, two weeks ago, championship here at NAS Jacksonville I Pickett again faded and chucked plunged over the goal line for secondary stiffened and the ball '! "
will be feted at a banquet to- : they went on to Nor- a long one down towards the his second score of the day. game was on ice with five minutes ;
.. night at the NAS Skeet Club. folk, Va., where they swept the goal but it looked impossible for Hardy's try for point was again to go. Lococo's booming punli'j
1 Highlight of the banquet, which Eastern championships. From Don Mulvaney to snag. Two men dampened all hopes of the Marine. ')
will start at 1900, will be the there, they flew to NAS Alameda had Mulvaney covered but the low.Lococo got off another long; of getting Into Flier territory *f S t Li
presentation of awards to the play- to do battle! with the western 6'1" lad jumped up between th' kick and the Marines could di after the third period. .._ .
ers for their fine play throughoutthe champ, the Alameda Hellcats. ether two pairs of hand: and foil little as the Jax! line batteredand The defensive playing: of each '
season. I After winning the first game of with the pigskin over the goal! tore apart any defense( whlc'i! individual who scampered onto (. "
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth the championship series they lost line. Haile's placekick was rro the visitors could muster together the gridiron in Sunday's gamo /
Commanding Officer of the Naval the next three games In a row good, and the Scoreboard read' On the third down they punted, was a true credit to the work .
Air Station, and Comdr. Paul E. and all hopeH of an AllNavycrown. Jax-Navy 6, Marines 6. and this set the stage for the of the coaching staff. The line
Emrick, Executive Officer, will be Manco Runs Wild. most sensational run of the day play of J. R. Freeman, DicK ,
among hose present. The team carried many trophies Hardy returned the leatherneck Mancos took the ball on the dead I Jensen, Ben Adams, Billy Ren-
Players, their wives and girlfriends back to the Physical Training Department kick-off from his! 21-yard line run on the Marine 49. Instead of frow Tom Ross, John P.lwlo.'ilti.-.W;.'
have been invited to attend in the past season, presenting to the 40 McQuary pick up nine\ heading for the left side of th' M C. Harden, Vince Anania, J. '
by the Phyical Training and Lt. Comdr Anthony J. yard over guard and Lococo picked field where some interference was: M Salvastar, Ray Smith, J. Irk. f
Welfare Department which is Rubino Offlcer-in-Charge, with up a first down a play later. ready to pick him up, Mancos I Sinko, and L. S. Gift turned they. )
sponsoring the affair. awards for the Inter-District and At this point, Mancos took a re- scooted for tho right sidelines, lido of victory for the Flier .
This will probably be the last the East Coast crowns, in addition verse around left end, headed f-T cut back towards midfield, reversed -I Lococo, who was injured early IM ;
meeting of the 1917 Flier soft- to the second place trophy it received the sidelines, then suddenly ro to the sidelines again, and the final period, turned in a finish : +
bailer because by next season at Alameda versed his field and broke: for the tore on down the sidelines l for Mie too .