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 16, 1947
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Oct., 19&0-1\I8Y.. 1942 May, 191?-March, 1918. March 1943-Aug., 184S Aug., 1943-April, 1944 April, 1944-Nov., 1914 i
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II I Station History i

Recalls Host Of

Notable EventsNAS )
\' 5-No. 29 USNAS AND MATT:, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 16 October 1947 ,
Jacksonville added a
II seventh candle to its birthday !

flight Activity Is High cake this year as it marked .

the seventh anniversary of its I <,

commissioning y est e r day. xM

And as it observed this new 1 ..
:10 Spite Of Hurricanes milestone in its history, the .: ,

[ station was stirring with new '

f- The long-aired opinion that vigor swelled in personnel \
I I Units' lighter structures to a still traffic that Operations is now
by the transfer of squadronsfrom
the Gator-state's annual crop rain-wet earth. However in spiteof keeping a log of take-offs and
below-average weather conditions landings every five minutes from I Cecil Field and Banana
of hurricanes wart the CAPTAIN H. E. REGAN
is a on
I I flying was carried on and 0700-1630 daily on a special project -I River to a size approaching its I :No\. 1944-lime. 19&:5 I
nose of progress was dispelled tower personnel In Operations be- I instigated by Captain William wartime peak. .

yesterday when it was learned gan logging landings again. E. Gentner, Jr., NAATC Training In seven years NAS has seen
I Biggest factor believed responsible I Director ir. an effort to determine | war come and go and hundreds
that planes operating from for partially cancelling the I periods when traffic is regularly of thousands of naval personnelhave I
this station grossed 23,894 I ffect of hurricane weather on I congested. With information thus reported in for duty and then !'
lIght operations according to learned a new schedule with efficiency gone on to other bases. Thousands 'I II
landings during the quarter I I William E. Curtis, SpY)3c( ): has foremost is expected to follow -I of its pilots and alrcrewmen have :

ending on 1 October. I oeen the increased traffic load with flights staggered to relieve -I gone out to the Pacific to blast the
While the September 'forced orought about by the recent Influxf congestion. f Japs clear back to their home islands I
flyaway admittedly halted all VF-1, VF-2, and VF-3: planes Overall figures covering the Some returned to NAS for I
: flight activity, figures for that from NAAS Cecil field. This move quarter from 1 July to 1 October I duty again. Others are now en-
month showed 7,280 landings on is now completed and swells the 'listed 12,062 training flight land 'gaged in civilian pursuits; still
land and 456 in the seadrome already bulging streams of avia- ings and 12,832 itinerant landingsat others never returned from their
area tion traffic over this station. this station. Of these totals missions having laid down their I II
boosting the three-month averageto In fact so heavy is current air 1.J45 were seadrome landings. I lives so that we might live in
month. This
8,631 landings per I
looms as a threat to A4r Force I peace j I
marks throughout the nation and Yes seven years is a long time
MANY BILLETS OPEN IN NARTU -and many events have transpired
places this station well up among : here during those years Here
the leading contenders for the I
few of them
briefly, are a :
crown of supremacy in military j ORGANIZED RESERVE SQUADRONSNearly !8 April 19)9Trrhidfitt :) -
iviation. 1 Root ""U tigned bill for
But the ghost of still more tropical -I I, Naval! Air 'taIiOD'. including $1s,- (
: storms 'rose again this weekto 250 billets are open for qualified personnel in the Organized Mat 000,000, 1940 far-:>.%> Jackonallle. I 1
haunt the efforts of NAS Jax Reserve at NARTU, it was announced this week by the NARTU Recruiting Contract* let for potter plant, hangar CAPTAIN A. R. BRADY
fliers and add gusto to the force I Officer Lt. Comdr. Kenneth Eppert Persons selected to fill *. laundry, garage, maintenance I I
June 19UuRI", 19i7CAPTUN
jf winds blowing ominously closeto I these billets who attend drills one week-end of each month and participate building, fire home, barracki, mewhall !
and brlj A4K Building began
this seaboard station. Storm in two weeks of active training duty annually will receive the : July I 1910t'irat I
preparations once again went into I approximate equivalent of two months' pay each year. plane attigned to .UtlonH !
ffect, with stout lines securing i The rates currently open includeS2c : October 1940- t'ommluloDf'd at
Mutton formally
many of the Aviation Training and A/S, 50 billets; Sic, 55 : M2c. eight: AETM3c nine; AM2t (Continued on Pave :3))
I openings; Cox, 2; ABM3c, one; i two; AM3c, four; AOM2c, two; .
:J/ ; j i MClc, one; CM2c, one; CM3c. one; AOMSc four; AOMT1c one: AO-
I MoMMlc, MoMMSc. three
one ;
Judo Classes
MT3c, one; PTlc, three: PR2c,
AMMSc. 17; AMMHlc. one, AM-
Caps n SalJ: I MHTc, two; AMMH3C, four: AM- one; PR3c, three; PhoMlc. two; I Started For

"I hope the WAVES do not MClc, one; AMMC2C, two; AMM- Pho M2c, two; PhoMSc, three; I

i i. :? b .ie involved In the currentcontroversy C3c, three; AMMIlc. one, AMMI2c TMVlc. one, TMVSc. two; PtrV2c NAS Personnel M
; I two AMMI3c, three AMMP2c :
1 about the' length of ; ; three; AERM1c, two; AERM2c
two AMMP3C, two; AEMlc,
tkirts. I like them as they are- ; : Under the of Chief :
two: AERMSc one; Ylc, two: Y3t supervision
AEM3c ARM2c, four
one; ; ;
short: I
John Truax:, the first class in a
.. .;! ARMSc. five; AETMlc. one; AET- .two; PhMlc, one; PhM2c, two: I course of Judo for NAS personnel I II I II
"' PhMSc. three: SKDlc. one: SKD2c was given to 25 hopeful students
I i iI
I' : SEVEN YEARS AGO one; SKDGc two; SKTlc three; Tuesday afternoon. Truax a brilliant ,
SKTSt, one; SKVU. one; SKV3c. I judo artist in his own right I I

1,1;,,. ; 'one: RDMlc, one: and DRM2c went over a few of the hand arts i
one. during the first meeting. |
:: "The main factor in the art of .
J ...t If you have graduated from I judo is the element of surprise," II i z'f
,..T'"I high school and scant to earn ,I explained the instructor as he

: college credit, your Educational I tried a few holds on: one of his : II. S. DUCKWORTH
; services Officer will help you
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a ( on Page July 1917-( Present I

; ''Record Crowd Turns Out Again Foi'

w-. Mainside's, Monthly Boxing Smoker 'I

By DOUG CROCKET. Sic I sonville wresthrtg-promoter. won -third --bout-- when Richard Cas-

{ t Another capacity crowd greeted out over Mr X when the latter : ciano. NAS .louter and holder oC
I Physical Training's monthly box- failed to pin him in the 20-min- : two titles pinned a. TKO on hit
I ing1 smoker at Malnslda Auditor- ute period And Nick Carter form- more experienced opponent, Rich
YI' I ium last Friday night. Chief erly stationed here at NAS, pinned ard Beck of the NATTC boxing
"Chip" Chipparoni'a initial pro- Rube Wright in 15:35: after one team. Beck one of the mainstay
moting effort topped all previous of the bloodiest brawl ever seen of the NATTC sluggers came out
offerings, keeping the crowd on on the Mainside mat with a rush, battering Casclano
the edge of its seat throughoutthe The first fistic show of the evening with lefts and rights. This was
y s m 4 evening. brought together Dick Poll- the pattern of the first round, with
: ( .f In addition to the leather throwers tackli.; 126, and Red Tra\ler 126. the exception of Casciano's few
; <: Welfare secured the services Traxler gave tha popular Poll- countering punches. But those
of the original "Rubber Man," a tack a good battle, but the more punches were powerful, staggering -
t contortionist who, though he may experienced boy come throughwith Beck once and opening a deep(
Ii have had some regard for life, pos- a split decision.In cut another time The gash mad
=:- ... itively did not have any for his the second bout, Bill Du- it impossible for Beck to continuo.
A''L"': '* i limbs. shene and Sol Zwirn both welter- Joe Steiner 133, and Earle Ch l.
Besides the regular repertoire of weights, threw leather from all ders, 137, put on 4 good fight
'' PRESENT FOR TilE commissioning ceremonies of NA.S Jack- the double jointed, the Rubber sides, Zwiru petting the nod. It with Steiner getting the nod by
't. ( f < onville on 15: October 1910! were Comdr C H Cotter, Offlcer-in- Man somehow or other forced his seemed as though Zwirn could virtue of his long left jabs And
. '1" ., Charge of Construction, under whose guidance tho station was 192-pound frame through an elev- have knocked out his opponent in the fifth fight, the beat oC
built, Captain C. P. Mason, first Commanding Officer of NARiI en and one-quarter inch iron ring. lit the third, but exhaustion kept the night, Mike Hernandez gota
i f." Jacksonville, and Admiral J. H Towers, then Chief of the Bureau Four wrpstlero also showed him from pursuing his advantage split decision over Joe Martin.
of Aeronautics. The above photo, taken during the ceremonies, was their mat wares to the huge crowd. Both fighters were very classy
.i-,; the first negative logged at tho Station Photo Lab. George Romanoff popular Jack- A startling upset came In the (Continued ot iMgo 2)i

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Ky K. A. \\riett. CI'hM
Have you alt met the 'Barney 1
Brothers" The local members of
the family are ACMM s Barney
Miller Barney Barham and Barmy !
Sexton: ACM Barney Baxter 11wt.e
and ACOM Barney Barr Barr
ttometimes slanderously referred
to. "Bones" or the 'Living Skel
eton", wants it known that he a
bitterly resents the unauthorized
attempts of other "Barnevs toI I
seUftis carcass to a medical school
for study purpo! Jvr is still breathing regularly"Bones"
claims he really is nut
in ill health but only needs six j I,
months leave and four gallon lit
assorted vitamins : I

As far as we can discover, tht "t' a.
15 no opening at the Club for thi-
position of Club Gigilo Ha\ heard ,
comments about !several members .
who are evidently !striking for this I ,
job (It does no harm to brine: R !
your own date to the club affair e
occasionally) ________ Si I

Warning. ACMMV.; Ttn.vi I y
HKahhar: Quit sleeping in tV ,
Laundry Dumpster; not only t:-
there danger of :your 300 pound
breaking it down, but you nigh:
Wake up in one of the )mult \
mangles, if they have onr th.\" : 1 1I
large down there

ACMM R. M. (Killer ("'/i'1.',
states he is suffering from mar -. I I
most dreaded disease: "A lit.
Lakajnoney." Don't take it s,
hard, Cain, there are about A
hundred others in the QTRS wit)
a bad case of the same.n'd'IOnw V I
aboard from here and _
there: ACMM's J. J. McCann W ..-
P. Edwards H. T. Besheai and J
ACM A. D. Britton. *
extending congratulations to
ACMM R W Samples and Miss LKATHKR' ri.KW thick and lefts caught his heavier ,
Gertrude Smith of Bainbridge. Ga. last Friday night at Mainside just over the eye, opening a
on their recent marriage. We all torium when the monthly boxing caused the referee, Lt. Comdr
wish you the best of everything ker drew another capacity to stop the fight (Top right]
even when it means the CPO Mess 1.500 fight followers Physical f Man," whose feats have
will see less of a good shipmate just outdid itself for this smoker, (, in Ripley's "Believe It
At the Sunday night raffle: CCS ting on eight action-packed bouts, i lies on his back after placing
E. E. (Put-rut) and Pearl Etter; wrestling matches by four .- his head In addition, the
ACMM N. C. (iAcel) and Audrey wrestlers!!' and an exhibition by a !!' squeezed his 192-lb. frame
Bolin (one of my favorite pastimes tortionist, the original "Rubber a hoop only eleven and one
is watching Ace and Audrey Though only one fight did not go inches in diameter (Middle
jitterbug. Makes me wish my feet scheduled' three rounds, this ) Martin ducks low in an at-
weren't so big and flat ; ACMM was a brilliant one from the dodge one of Mike Hernandez'
standpoint. :Most of the fighters lefts in the second round of
I.. I* (Jerks) and Alzine Jenkins,
accompanied by Master Billy Jenkins a brilliant display of the manly I round sotto (Middle right)|
who can't understand why bobbing and weaving Jabbing, and is forced against the ropes
grown up folks want to sit around ing their spots. :Many of them Frost in the heavyweight ,
and talk all the time when there well matched that neither could find T Tocchi won out after three
ate so many other interesting< opening for a knockout blow. (Top very slow and dull boxing.
things!! to do Also present were Richard Beck, Seventh Naval league.'a( ) Nick Carter one pf the wres
CCS C. A. and Marie Mavrogeorge-: champion and a member of the N A Rube Wright with a vi-
CCS R. S. and Evelyn Peterson: boxing team, lands a hard left to cross which just about floors
AMM R. E. and Marian Griffith: jaw of Richard Casciano, NAS grappler. Blood spewed
AMM V. E I Erik I and Ertell who holds two titles. Beck looked ring like sweat in this brawl
Eritkson; CPhM W M. and Pat. good in the first round, but one of to Carter after 15:35.:

Victor The CPO whose name '
was drawn for the $12500 prize *
was not there and we noticed
wveraJ people turning a bit blue
in the face from holding their
breath: when ACEM H. C. Malone Having raided their right handsin
drew out the coveted number CCS that gesture we all know so Condition
Pete Gushanis won the consolation well, we wish the following: a hap
prize ( If I seem partial to py and successful cruise: ACMM's Campaign I
CCStd's Just!! bear in mind that C. E. Overholt and F: F. Strand;
those boys have been feeding me ACM: A. R. Thawley; ACOM H. D.
since my sixteenth year, which is Borden: CMoMM: J. P. Duggan; I ) .
more than a week ago). and CUT R. A Slack. '! > no schedule has been .
MEMORANDUM FOR ALL Unsought advice to some members up as yet. the WAVES in-
HANDS: The next drawing of, the dt tht: CPO :Mess who are to enter the in-town girls') I.
mHnhf'rlhipate:: prize or raffle eternally growling about the chow: league as they have
(or whatever :you wish to call it ) When you get through readingthe in previous years. Last year
will be held tomorrow* between Sports section and checking I Navy gals took second! place
2100 and 2230. Come and bringyour : the comics, take a quick gander at in the Jax in-town league
friends as there will also be some of the food price quotations.It 0s a 1
n bit of entertainment to amuse might surprise! you to know '
you until the drawing: All non- that a buck goes about half as far
iwmber CPO's are urged to drop where food is concerned as it did \1
BY and sign up as $150 will buya in H.39. We can always hold a ) ( (Continued from al'e 1)1\
lot of Xmas presents'! even In mass meeting and elect a mess '& matching his ski)
3D47.Theie. caterer to make up the menus'! and !
Martin's Mike
is some discussion regarding supervise the mess cooks. Whenwe haw:::
moving Bingo night to Thurs- do this we should bear in mind I better of things, raising a
Jay of each week since Bob Hope, that when a caterer prepares the : ( under Martin's eye but the
fled Skelton and Fibber McGee menus and CCS Pegler carries I gave a very good account of
and Molly are on the air in Tuesday them out, he can not be held responsible i .
night'! Give 369 a buzz if for the mess assessmentat !
the end of the month. : Garcia, 128, undefeated
'fot have any ideas on the subject Managing I
a mess is a darned thankless smokers, was matched with
SUCCESSFUL SMALL CRAFT job, and attempting to please I Bibbler, 133, a relative new-
I.AUNCHINGS: To ACMM and 250 people from all the 48 states! Garcia kept his string in .
Mrs. H. D. Spruill a !son George each of whom have their own ideas I although Bibbler took the
Michael, on 8 October. To ACOM regarding: the preparation and round. In the second stanza,
and Mrs. W. J West, A daughter, serving of food, is one sure way ia dropped him for a nine
Pamela Joy on 8 October. To of collecting gray hairs!'! and a short and from then on was in
ACOM and Mrs'! C. B. Grant a temper !! control.
laughter, Grace Marie, on 3 October The high cost of living )!u n the final bouts of the night; ,
To ACEM and Mrs. W. other aspects. We have it on unimpeachable Berry, 135, outpointed Aus
Tomazewski IIon Walter Ed- authority that !! O'Brien 135, and John Tocchi,
ward, on 2 October Tn CBM and ACMM's J. Bowman and J. H outpointed Jack Frost in two
Mrs. Wathen a baby boy, James Baker, CSK 0, E. MtMullen; CCS decisions.
ItUMfcrll, II, on 2 October To CGM C J. Ivey; CPhM's' R. A Gurney I I' referees were Lt. Comdr.
QV\ Mrs. C. Wiggs, a girl, Barbara and H. F Neff: AMM R. W <(< ) J, Rubino and Lt. Comdr.
Jane, on 2 October Also alaN Samples; ChMus J. J. (Bandy) ( ) ,' Austin! Judges were Lou
.Mcr to ACOM and Mis H. Prieskip' and a few others whol'lename's : and Nat Bhortstem, and the I Ii
Coinpton, on 32 October, name un- are not available are busy i \ ('rr was Art Greene __
flrcldvl when this went to prrmf! forming a cooperative purchasingcorporation ,
All proud fathers' are eonlinlly > in an attempt to drive If you haven't graduated from
invited to drop off a few cigarsat downward the exhorbitant price of < the Mainside Dispensary. We mustache wax. We wish!! them *, see your Educational
all Bcrwl our best wishes to the I luck in this undertaking. f'll'Yk'' ... Of faro today!
J1.ew. additions to ,the Navy foster.M W<| feel a vote vl thanks Is due .,

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Here Next Week < .

THE DANISH gym Team under I niiu' I

the direction of Erik Flen-

sted-Jerwen, will put on an ex- f .

hibition next Wednesday at

2000 In Malnaide Auditorium in

: place of the regular movie. Coming

) here from Cuba where they

were met with great ovations

wherever they performed, the

group Is on its second United N

States tour. The group first

came to the States from Den

Ii' mark in 1910 and in July 1916
the select group of 40 athletes

met in Denmark ahd made plans I

.' > for another tour. Arriving the 1

U. S. in November, the group

gave exhibitions in New York

City, Boston, Hartford, Bridge. MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

Newark, Baltimore Wash.
port. MOVES: Wt't'1lo>'- -1730 and 2000; week-ends--1430 and 2000.
+ ington D. C., Detroit Chicago TIIVKMJAY
Racine Des Moines Omaha and
si 1.a 0 "UU8T HEY DESTINY," starring John Garfield,
91i Salt Lake City, and then jumped FRIDAY
to the West Coast where they
DANCE, Station Band. Starts at 2030.
performed all the way from the
Mexican border to Vancouver
"JIEU Jlt'S .\NU'Sms.," featuring Franchot Tone
B. C., Canada. The team
male and female units. The
THE PINK IIOR&E," with Robert Montgomery.
girls' exhibition includes workin
both balance and rhythmical
; 4 4a 4t : THERE'S LIFE "
stickto \\ starring Bob Hope. ,
j jIi .W gymnastics while the boys THURSDAY

the tumbling, fundamental
i ji O and advanced gymnastics. The "JsWAMl"A1ER: ," featuring Walter Brennan.

group will leave for Denmark
rI > from New York City on 10 December -

after giving performances -
Shows! start at 2000.
throughout the southern
"OUT OF THE PAST," with Robert Mitchum. i

Ii I Station "S'AIIV.TEIt: ," featuring SUNDAY Walter Brennan. : H j

"BLACK GOLD," starring Anthony Quinn.
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high noon. aptain. (harleii 1" M..ea MONDAY AND TUESDAY
t.econie>* first commandant ; "HER IITSU.\. U'S AFFAIRS" with Franchot Tone.
It \pril lull- WEDX"SDAY
tint cadet 1..ml."I..o..d l a* XavaAviat rf "
.. ; "RIDE THE PINK HORSE, featuring Robert Montgomery.
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If ..u.... 19111'uhlta THURSDIY"UIIERK .
Work Department vrganiied THERE'S 1.11. ..:." starring Bob Hop

J.J: 1911-
t completed on landing field t'' I S!
Naval Hospital, l.'otnl..ai."ill..II. OTHER EVENTS v.
.lay. 1918tear :
( Admiral ,%, H. (',,"k becanu v
Chief of :Naval Air Operational' Train BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage. "I
J log (onimand Headquarter ...t.bll.1Ie. ) MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4. Bldg. 913 open 1200-2100.

.1 hen Trade arhoolt ,became a .eparate Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays. .

command Captain John under Uale\\ril Price
......... aeeond ommandant o( >.%s FrldajPHOlOGltAPHY
November 1M!- Y CLV1I-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets, at 1930

trot W.\V t: otAcer aboard. Thursdays.

)larch. 194Japtain! BOULING-Six alleys located In Mainside Recreation BuildingNo .

( Stanley J. Allrhael beiame 3 Alleys open'all week from 1630 to 21. O.I .
third ( ommandant of >' .A'",
April 1911rlr I BOXING For information regarding workouts contact Lieut.;

..t edition of i,\\ AIR NKWSdintribnted ; I Comdr, A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after.:
Firnt radio program 'I .
broadcast from station Aircraft le 1500.MALN'SIDG
livery I nit organited I LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located in

Au<.st, 1911! : a the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
('. .. Arthur davln Iterome fourth x.I I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding
--'-"-' recepi
Commandant of N.\". near Admiral ,
A. <'. Mrrall aurreeda \ Ire Admiral lions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho

A n ( ook a* thief of :'NOT. :'I it. :II.V" staff. of N\\T( I nograph available for use of all hands.LIBRARYLocated .
J 25 1947
R April. ISII- January on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build..
('aptaintalton "'. Smitb 11 April HUG- First Annual Admiral'. Ball hifh I
fifth. ommandant .f >, .%s. b..1 1'apuUr J\V" : lilt NEWS comic.,tttipin I light polio drive Img No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through riday. Saturday
i n.tined Jjixonolff >. 1100 to 1630. from
Nevemlwr. 1414! from Sunday 1200 to 2100.
(''',I.un, Herbert }.. Kef an aquiline lation wide coolest' NA i goer. over the top la March .f SIUMINGIndoor Pool. Daily Monday, through Fuday-1800
roiumand of :N' \". 16 May ItI6-! .Dime cumpiUii'
April. l! liKear Heardmir l Ralph UvUoa named :0 February 1417taptain I I to 2100. Saturday--0900 to 2100: Sunday-1300 to 2100.
.Vlmiral Kalph/ DatUou be.tummies head of nil Naval Di.trirti I., C.: Miller: ; I la named new GOLT Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
('N.%t1 ('. : June 1946lnnapolla Head of IJiiilnMrallon (or J.tATC. I
I I day from 09001700. Golf clubs ate available at Golf House. Bathing
June. I3li- 1918! graduate ..t.r'vl- :27 February 1917mtumwa -
(aptainntliony R. nUll)' become atlon ittdortrinalioo take first place In 1917 :I trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
Commanding Offlicr. :% September l liKekerve NATAL: swim meet at indoor pool I I ANCHOR: ,.VOL-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Augu. IU.: irod I Iraluim Unit held it* flrnt 37 March liU1- cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
ol.'Xm Nr\\s: mark lilt anniver-
: of war la reeled quietly/ b>' "llpen' HOUKC :
Ns JackoonvilleSeptember' I 10 OUober 1 .4*-- Field.
IIH.- ('trie* authorited for all N.IS peronn S.uy.p,1I 1! 47- !I XXIS-Ra'quets and balls are available at the Physical Training
separation: (enter opened and pence .>l. Hurricane barely niixtv >.4NJackviinvill Ked ('rot'* Drive termed a acces Building No. 726.
lime Navy begin reroiiverttoa. *. at M".
1 November 141VNtllK 31 October U l become N\\TC. Navy" Day obatrved by MAS wit: !station' nurses observe thirtyninthanniversary 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
2') November, 1! 4V "Open lloun" of Navy Nurse' Corp. Everyone welcome.
"',.Iat drop effect" 1..VW enlisted/ peraonnel 7 --.111..1.. ,14-- 1* flay 1917aptaln! '
(aptain nritxlon Khit It )M.ember. lMi! and Repair OfHrer retire after :13 Adak \lanka omdr 1'aul t:. mrick: Hours: Monday through F'riday-0100 to 2100; Saturday-0700 to
\ Talking dog viit N Is. Command yearn of tervire Iseculive:! Ofllrer, nerve a. aclingskipper. I Hates
0100 Sunday morning. Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 centa
battle .aln.l 17 November 1'16-(
a mercer plan. I
27 December 19IJtirnt All personnel .here take r-day holiday 12 June liM7JIK I I for each additional child; Card-$7 for one child; $2 for each addi..
peacetime hrUtma >iace 11140 over Thank..(ivlnfi .% becln two-week' chutdowB for tional child; Daily (for working mothers-$1) from 0700 to 1800.
in ol>> >*erve,l merrily aboard ilatioa Ueeember. !.!$- plant maintenance I
10 Jtnaarr I'.S-- Ja"-Na"y football. team ranked fourth 19 June 1917- I I -
J\\ AIR NEWS: reduced from It to In the aalion following a> ,u"C'f'.1 Captain Camille M. shaar take ..,uC'on"ullod
eight. page secretary of the Navy .kea..,.- of Naval. hospital I More Grapplers
."" it* >t, John Anchorage. t January 1IM7' 17 July nu- I White Caps
\' IK February. l!tIt>- (aplala %. K. Morekoa. relieve (aplaia. Herbert S. Duckworth be- Arc Needed For
Rear .Admiral John K, shafroth ,U- Captain ,Frank B. Ward a. thief ..rfl rome Commanding Officer of N.K. ,
..10 July 1917- I Station SquadIn By Jean O'Brytuit Y2a:
-W.irt-'el'lf'bral.: Jth ....Iuorau).
t fl YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough Inter-UUtrirt wliiimln( championship With
conditioning classes boom.
.begin here' answer to the first wrestling
7 .4* call which was issued in the last
but most all the
. take first plies la later-
.I DUtrlct I swimming I meet I edition of the Jax Air News, five WAVES are really gonna be "fit.

11 .*!n t u.l 1447- habetn The gals look sharp in their sweat
i husky grapplers practicing -
AFFAIRS .411 Navy wniming meet open. hereM .
UAl. suits wonder if
tv .4n I Ncoftball team" leave for the out for Judo too *

COMM IEE 1 All Navy championship. station .,ail. Bldg. 612. But these still are Lindy and Laddie came
deed by death. of Captain Anthony R hounding
Brady not enough candidates for the back from I leave they loolc

4 September I.n- team, and Coaches Lt. Paul King I real glad to be back, and natch,
Captain oIoth. r. Whitney become and Chief Arthur Schaeffer have I were glad to see them If it seemsa
new Chief of staff for N44TC
1* September I! I7- issued another call little quiet around even yet, you
:"I.\!'> softball team loves out In All.Nary The squad will be bolstered by know Butch is on leave! now! Also

Ati'I finals t.. Alameda Hellcat. veterans from last year, but it will Barbara Wright has gone home for
2 Ortober<< 117station -
pounded by tropical *torniJa still need new blood. Back from the big event. She is to be marriedthe

*-:Navy football>> team open *ea.on the former championship mat masters 18th at Grosse Point. Miclr-
with 27-IS win over ParrU island Ma- are Schaeffer Kleinman, and i Igan. Kosie Devtne smiling face iA
!9 October 1947- Taylor. | missing these days too she

Navy working P&JrUA ave thounanJi Anyone interested in coming out J I decided to take 30. Jennie Peacock a.
of dollar worth of .t..m. batteredJacksonville will returning shortly too
for the mat team contact ,
Beach I home. either Lt. King or Schaeffer at I from the! wild and wooly west Oklahoma .

Bldg. 726 or by phone at ext. 593 t that is
Foley! goes all out for touch.

( ) Turner P : W. JOHN KENNEY Is FIRST bill she plays for both teams

f'aldwell. Jr., USN, who recently at the same time, Ask Hetew
broke the world speed record in UMH: SECRETARY; OF N.'i'ISEA
Kraus about Leroy not Kilroy
the Navy Skystreak. was: given ain < > --The first Under Secretary but Leroy How about thai,

'ket for speeding while driving I of the Navy in the new National chief' WV wonder could Betty

I from the! Muroc air base! to Los Military Establishment isW Hyslop tM holding out on us ,

Angeles Calif, immediately after John Kenney, who has been! any new scoop, Redhead'Don't
I making his record flight Assistant SecNav since 1 March "
forget the lTimett"
I Ha was driving 45 miles an 19,tI. coming <
party. Best we all start

hour. Mr. Kenney succeeds John L. thinking about a costume no
, Sullivan who was sworn in as admittance unless you're in properparty

WORST JOKE OP THE WEEK SecNav recently after James For uniform you know and

I i Moe: I heard they put a fence vestal was promoted to Secretaryof we don't mean a beat up ole seersucker -

II I and furth 'niu.r\ gnnItalian, If wet make the WAY 11414: around the grave yard I wonder Defense. Betty Rucker Nays, ahc'ti

} a rMTiiikUN-.ilt part of the Navy, It would wrmJc our VMiimoniy driven I why. Rear Admiral Oswald 3 Col. Ronn portray "Mother Woio

I w, The !budgftt would have bo bo liicraofftxl to owvmr the cost oC longer .I. Sloe: Aw, the people were just dough USN JAG, administered! Tightav that should be worth

, ftklrU dying to get into It. Ole oath of office wailing for.




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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 16 October 1947

\ 8-: S.!'" Christmas Is Coming IT'S A TOUGH LIFE .1. I By Sleeves"Small

(And Ills Later Than You Think, )

EklltoriaJ Office, ,
Booth Wins, Lower Heck, Bide, 930 Two years ago., 500 presents did not arrive -
in time because of FriH
Telephone Extension 8181 the Christmas rush.

Arthur M. Greene, Editor Last year, some Navy juniors were disap-

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the pointed because their fathers failed to get

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and their names on the Christmas list.

printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at So, this :year we are starting on time,
no expense to the government and in compliancewith '
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 De- we think, if everyone will cooperate with =
cember 1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat Santa Claus and the Christmas Committees. ;i : it1

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical Wednesday, data sheets were distributed

Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval thoughout all divisions. If you are n Navy
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of
father and didn't form
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air get a see your Di-
Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunnery Range vision Officer or his Christmas representative -

And the U. S. Naval HospitalI at once. If you are a Navy wife, double

I Rear Admiral tpAa Davlion check on your husband to see that he has -
LoxkCommandant.; e District a''ez
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training turned the children's name in

Captala Herbert S. Duckworth. USN, Commanding These completed information sheets are
Jacksonville Naval Air Station being collected by the Division Officers to- I : :; i A I I I

c.ptaJD Jules F. Schumacher, USN. CommandingNaval day. Tomorrow, they will be collected by the J 1R1tn :' .
1)L) //1/ .
Air Technical Training Center heads of departments who will turn themin :

Captain C. M. Scharr (MC). USN, CommandingU. promptly to Captain F. L. Albert, Station
S. Naval Hospital Chaplain and General Chairman of the Ltc -

Ctt.Jn F. W. Priettman. USNR, CommandingNaval Christmas Committees cooperating with ..
Air Reserve Training Unit
Smt.Claus to see that no Jacksonville Navy A w
Lt Col. T. C. Moore Jr., USMC, Commanding +
Marine Barracks junior is forgotten.It ill
is important that Navy father
Lt. Comdr. Neil Avery, USN. O-ln-0 every
Naval Air Gunnery Range and mother see that the name, age, and sex

Captain C. S. Cooper, USN Commanding of their little ones are reported today fuel

Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field -*- Store couldn't fit me. MI I bought the only uniform

Capt. Alexander M. Hearn, USMC available In town.'
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe x z ==iOrt -- -
wlains -- --

JAI AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Association mao
terial. Republication; of credited matter prohibited without I Commel'4ial Bulletin I
perrolnsion of SEA Washington 25. D. C. Republication of any :
other matter, except by service publications, is prohibited ? ** *
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.: News ondVieLUs 1rntnStatllat I bulletins will\\ be accepted until apace has been filled, but not
I later than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230.

Seven Years Old FOR SALE ''Apartmenl-Lh'lng. \bed,um,
fl 1937 Studebaker Commander. Engine I I bath kitchen. $100 per month */7J;
just overhauled. $325. 3715A: Riley Forbes Street. Mrs. Sayles.
Almost unnoticed, NAS Jacksonville Ave.. Dewey Park. Churchill, ext. Two furnished rooms. Bath, garage,
quietly celebrated its seventh birthday yes GOOFY NAVIGATION 358. I 1-2 block from bus line Cooking
1938 Hudson deluxe sedan. Well main privileges. 1028 Dancy Street. Fhor
terday. In sharp contrast to the wild, ex- Several years ago a Walt Disney comic tained, very clean Inside and out. 2-0908, Mrs. Joyner.

huberent, care-free observances of the past, short was entitled, "HOW TO BE A SAIL- Murlaty.Excellent ext.radio 268. and heater. Lt. Furnished kitchen prl\bedroom'lieges. with Murray breakfast 11111 sec-or

and the solemn marking of the occasion OR." It was an account of the progress that Six-room house In Tlmuquana Manor. tlon SImms., near bus line. Phone 2-7l'3S.
Tile bath and kitchen hardwood
during the war years, there was little to has been made in the science of navigationfrom floors electric cook stove, hot water Room. 4970 Dundee Road, Lake' Shore.
indicate that this had heater, oil circulating heater. .Lot Phone 8-1035. Jarvls.
activity passed another -
the of to modern
early days sailing 73x110: Priced for quick sale Phone Furnished room kitchen privileges. and
) milestone in its history.A times. One scene showed "Goofy," in the 2-8042, Lt Quattlebaum bath. Phone 5-6548 M... Drown
Four-room log bungalow Lake Win- Will share five-room apartment. On
number of reasons could be advancedfor early days of sailing, standing on the deck ott 68 miles from Jax.on Completely NAS bus route and one city rout.

the lack of fuss and fanfare. There was looking up at the stars and saying "Star furnished fishing, ,swimming 100 ft. ,on and Water boating, fine 1700.Phone :2-0882, Mrs Madison, after

none of the eager anticipation prevalent in light, starbright, gee I wish I knew whereI Phone 4-4541, Ford. WANTEDRide ;
the station's early days; there were no ever- Six-room frame bungalow. Bath electric flora Times Square or San Marco
was tonight. Great has t
stove hot water heater, attic shopping e NAS. Working
present reminders that we were engaged in made in the field of navigation so that fan, circulating\ heater 1307 Avondale hours 0715 to erIJ&. Phone 9-3098, j
Ave. Phone :2-7251, Mrs, George Steyerman.
a global war; and there was no joyous feel- row a navigator at sea can tell exactly wherehe A. Pierce.Twowheel Riders to share expenses to Denver
ing that a great burden had been lifted from is and where he is going.In trailer. 4x6 feet. E. K Colo. Phone :50400. Suddath.
Rogers ATU No.9. Phone 8-2966 1940 or 1941 Ford tudor or club C
ours) hearts and minds that was very muchin another field of navigation we fear after 1630.Threeburner. Must be In good condition and under
evidence at the war's end. kerosene stove, baby 1000. Ext. 292. R. M, Morgan.
that progress is being made in just the reverse stroller Priced cheap for quick 3 or 4 room apartment or house, unfurnished -
This year was different from those pasty order. We mean the field of navigatonfor Trailer sale. Chief Camp.Borders Yukon ext.Fla 8325.: Davis r. For refined, In IV, T ''egeld No widow.veinb -

ars in many ways. We were an established our own lives. In other words, "Wheredid Shelvador refrigerator. New. R. W. Daughter selling home

port of the Navy carrying on routine peace- I come from, why am I here, and wheream Large Kramer bed-davenport, ext. 308. and matching seas. Phone2a100,1Mrs,tOo1I1tJ'er.; j

time assignments. The glamour and excite- I going? chair, like new. $70. Chief Hebert, Photograph Lost on city t bus Kne. ,

ment were gone. We were in a period( of Almighty God has told us the answer to Stroller 1106 Cumberland, $5.: Good condition.Road. Wilson, SIC Finder Brks.please 916.return to E. F. Luke:

budgetary reductions which threatened to these questions and has given us the guidesby 14 3804A quarts Norman of Harley-Davidson St., Dewey Park.oil, 30ca MISCELLANEOUSBeautiful '

reduce activities. And we were busy tryingto which we may steer our course so that NATTC.
squeeze the utmost in training out of we will arrive at our destination. Of course, 7o piece maple ll\lngroom suite Cheap. but will glady make other articles.
dollar Evans, ext. 488 Call daytime or evenings 1106 Cum
every appropriated.But there are some who want to do their own Cabinet radio, 7 tubes, push buttons. berland Road or 3719B Riley 't..
at the same time there was the navigating and make their own rules for the record player.an&clie reasonable Dewey Park. Chief. Hebert.
that time. The Smith, I237A ., NASShotgun .
feeling we were marking
way in which they navigate-and they are Winchester model 12 20Ga
United Nations was having tough sledding. so cock-sure of themselves that they never pump mod. choke, 28" barrel-$50. Judo
Also Springfield single barrel, 16Ga
Radio commentators were predicting war seem to doubt that they have a true bearingon 38' mod.-$23. Merrick, ext. 8394.
any time in the future from eight monthsto their destination. The only trouble with 16mm DeVry movie camera. 100 ft. film (Continued from Page 1)
capacity one inch Wollensak lens students.
After being warned and
three years. And just as the rest of the this kind of navigation is that when they Contact Lt. W. P. Carmichael, ATU told to be careful, the students .
No. 10,
country was holding its breath, so we, too, get "where they're going," it's going to be Revere "88 or" phone 8mm 25666.camera. Leathe were allowed to try their hand at

were on edge, quietly awaiting developmentsand too late to turn around and go back to carrying case, Bell & Howell viewer this scientific form of fighting.But .
to be for whatever the and splicer, daylight glass-beaded before anyone was allowedto
hoping ready
"where they want to be. scieen. All 3 Items for $110. Lt
Comdr. Regan ext. 208. try the holds, Truax gave strict
future might bring.
According to the 1936 Religious Census, 1947 deluxeVestlnghouse! range. 9 cubic warning that the art must onlybe )
The cycle had been completed. The situa- membership in the 256 religious bodies in foot G E. refrigerator other used in defense of one'". life

tion, born in peace, strengthened in war, and the United States constitutes 52.5 per cent at household NATTC! Items office of List' Jax and Air News prices I and should never be used in a

reduced by demobilization, had returned to of the estimated total population. In spiteof ext. 208. Lt Comdr. Regan. wrangle.The .
Genuine skunk Jacket, size 12 to 14 students were eager for
the position it occupied in 1910.! The inter- the fact that only half of the populationof with large fitch collar and cuffs more after the first session, com .

national situation now, as then, was troubled. our country is affiliated with Christian religious Very Holmes.reasonable. 1229 Dancy Street pelling the Chief to announce that

The struggle for power had not ended. Hun- bodies, this is referred to as a Chris- Three rooms of furniture. Bought new his next meeting would be held in
and hate still stalked the globe. It was only year old See at 3015B Dewey Bldg. 612 at 1630 next Tuesday
ger tian country Christian means follower of Park Annex after 1700. Ext. 312.
hardly the time for jubilant celebrations.So Fedak. afternoon. More students are entirely
Christ. Baby carriage I baby scale, double bed welcome, and the next classis
the station observed its anniversary. The 1936 Religious Census does not tell coil springs. All 1 'I In good condition: expected to draw an even bigger
and that it should be. Who 1195 Cumberland Road Tony Ge/ell turnout.
quietly as
us how many of the 52.5 are Christians in 1947 Buick Super sedanette. Excellent ,
could say whether a solemn or joyous observance name on1and never see the inside of a condition Low mileage. Phone 2-
7313. M. B. Mellor. NEW HOURS ARE SET FOR
would have been more appropriate? church. The stock answer as to why theydo 1938 Buick four-passenger coupe. Five OFFICERS BARBER 511New (
good tires new paint and seat covers,
not go to church goes something like radio and heater. James Evans hours for the Officers' Bar.
G.I. LOANS TOP FIVE BILLION this : "Sure I am a Christian, but I don't see 8381.BM3c, NATTC Police Office, ext. ber Shop In the Officers' Club

(SEA) The Veterans Administration why I should go to church. After all, I don't 1940 Lincoln. Also furniture and were announced this week by theShip's I

{ has approved over 1,000,000 applications for commit murder, I don't steal, I always try to washing NAS. C.mi.chH'tir.H: ecIf.t.., hours are Service Monday Officer.through The new Fri f

GI loans, with a face value exceeding $3- treat my neighbor with kindness. Isn't that Six-room: and bungalow large near lot. NAS with day 0830 to 1630, and Saturday, r

000,000,000.As) practicing religion?" The writer lived on a garage buy. Term 4250 Collins Exceptional Road. from 0830 to 1300. Appointments -

was expected, approximately 88 per farm once upon a time and on this farm Mathews Phone :5-6757 Weller.! between 0830 and 1300. can be made at ext. 8137.

cent of the total amount loaned by the Gov- we had some animals-horses, cows, etc. 12 beautiful lots. 70x159, near NAS Danville, Ill. ,
ernment was used for homes, while only 4 Many of these animals never committed and 104th only Street one Bridge.block Ideal from, safe river place anJ and ill is "Grandpa" Edward

per cent was used for farms and 8 per cent murder, nor did they steal, and they always 293.for chlldien. $250 each Davis, ext Maiden, 79 years old) He caught

for business purposes. Only about one in seemed to treat the other animals with kindness Three rooms of furnltuie Can be seen thicken Jox, which usually. only attacks -
any time, 3119B Ellyson St, Dewey children from his 7 year-old
14 eligible veterans has made application but of I'm would
every none us, sure, say Park. F'leld.Three.quarter. grandson
for a loan.A that these animals were practicing a reli- size maple bed. Just

veteran must have served 90 days be- gion. Will right sell for cheap.junior or 3818A as a Norman spare bod St., o f '

tween 16 Sept. 1940 and 2.;) July 1917 and Objectively considered, religion consistsof Spanish Dewey guitar Park. Chief with Haralson.water repellent 1 s.1At

have a discharge other than dishonorable truths, laws, and precepts by which the old, 520; carpet
order to become for the loan. is IIw'epel$3.KJ.. Chief Nelen, 1411A the Station Chapels, Blrminghar
in eligible living union of man with God effected, Child St, NAS. Road and aflUtin Avea.e
-*- and by which man's thoughts, desires, and Two steel-slat Venetian blinds, :20) inches Pr........

' RECORD COLLEGE ENROLLMENT: actions in regard to God are actuated and Greene wide, very ext.good 8)84,condition.4551 Blount Bargain AvrTlmuquana .. 0650N''rrc. ervlce-Lbal'la1o A.Eoyer ,

consists of the Manor. ,O./I-'r,1/ Worship S.I"'ice--.Ch. #
(SEA-Anticipated) enrollment of veter- governed. Religion mainly FOR RENT lam 1". L. Albert.
ans in colleges and universities this fall is obligations of man to God. The manner in Cathms
Three small houses at Lakeside Village -
1,325,000. The enrollment is expected to seta which man treats his fellow]] man is conse- Tuin+ right( at Orange Pnik 0900 0700-Mnlll.-Mais.
his main of how does traffic light turn left at raUiond, 1100-Man.
10 cent quent obligation
record of at over upon
i new per and go about three An Outdoor Nursery for mall ebll-
: .
the previous high-water mark of 1,209,000 he act towards God. LokcMile Village\ sign 1:8fOrJ : dren IB maintained between -WOO "
Dill IAiI( naval personnel living and 1200.
tat last April. Chaplain Robert J. Bairtl. there).



" ". .36 October 1947 CIViLIAN' JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five


Elected TO
' ,', ._. _. .-- tNew f Dir'ectors )
.. :.':'

4',.' !: '<,....I, : Board Of Employees Association(

C G. Hart of Assembly and Repair, A. W. Bennett ot

". Supply, C. D. Green of Public Works, and L. B. Eubanks of;

: .: J Industrial Relations (General Group) were elected last Friday

, I to the Board of Directors of the Employees Association

I I,&t \t was announced by Captain Herbert S. Duckworth, Commanding

l : Officer_ yesterday.__ .

:; 1i; : t'T T : succeed The newly four -retiring elected director ui iemlq

: whose term of office expires this
r: SUPRLYBy year. Those stepping down includ

J. S. Fagan of A&R, F. R. Gardner ,
; of Supply, J. F. Nettles of Pubt
/ : 1 lie Works, and F. S. Gannaway oj
xL the General Group.A .

.( station-wide election was held
iAk last Friday to name the four new:
4t members of the Board of Directors*.
' this time, Bob Robertson of Employees in every departmentof
$ Inventory, Is enjoying his vacation every activity went to the poll,
in Cincinnati, New Hamp to select the candidate of their
: shire, Vermont, Maine, Nova Sco choice by secret ballot. Supervisors
tia, Boston, and New York. After for the election were directors
: spending a week in the "Big City whose terms of office had not ex-
"ii : he will make his way homeward. pired.
Isabelle Morrison is just before
Installation of the new directors:
. r !... ) 'taking off" via Clipper for Puerto took place yesterday afternoon in

::6. Rico and the Virgin Islands. the Conference Room at the Mam
' Best wishes to her, and \\o'l! be Administration Building. Retiring
f! t ( waiting to hear cf li r csperi- President Fagan introduced the

.:; L11CO. and thanked
Ii.'. .. newcomers the directors -
""' "" Anyone anticipating a similar who are leaving the board for
" ,: EVEN IN THE MODERN AGE of the atomic bomb, supersonic aircraft and mass production, trip or a visit to nearby islands in their services during their term of
, '' some things just can't be done by machine. Skilled hands and time-honored methods are an Im- the Caribbean might be interestedin II office.
'I" portant factor tn the overhaul of aircraft (in A&R. Ths: is especially true in the Fabric Shop where the following cruise which was Following the presentation ci the

I ; new coverings for ailerons and elevators must be cut and sewn by hand. A portion of the shop is recently taken by one of the "Sup. new board members, the directors
: ;. srown above 1S 1 ply-ers." chose a new slate of officert to

Everyone feels an inner thrill, serve in the coming year.
a sense of embarking upon adven- StS
1 l9RF.L.L InspectingThe I ture, as a ship's lines are cast off,

the propeller churns a pulse of INSIDEPUBLIC
-- r -- awakened through the deck be-
; AROUND neath, and the dock drops slowly
-=- A&n- WORKSPublic
InspectorsBy away. The thrill becomes more intense -
Engineering Divisionby Fred when the landfalls will be
". E. Clyne-There are certain people 1H. 1\ HELEN BURNETTS such quaint ports-of-call as Nas- Works employees a3] a
, sau, Jamaica Haiti end Havana. little reminiscing this week ai the
in the office wondering whereMona ,
L. of Shop 1030
.j w Hauptman
Congratulations to T. C. Kirk- I To reach Nassau from the west seventh anniversary of the station' -
Sorem lovely) ,
t (lovely, just a little recreation time in
...t.tJ' 't'.' went to. It seems as though she St.spent Augustine-trying to do a lit- land, inspector in the Supply De- a ship must cross what is surely s commissioning rolled around
the completion of the world's natural Among those from this depart';'
partment, force
left for parts unknown as soon tle fishing, of course, but he said upon great the
I ment who were here at or >
seven years with the Naval Air deep indigo Gulf Stream. After priorto
her husband discharged. I
as got the water was too muddy. He did,
w I the commissioning on Octofcev
Station here In Jacksonville. In- crossing the stream the :
would it's around 1,800 miles ship enters
'i say however, find a beautiful picnic estate -
1940, and the date they enteredon
from here.f spector Kirkland is one of the few Bahaman waters and, once
'011' where they sell the best fried
employed here when the station ashore, you are in a strangely mix- duty were Noble C. Farmer\),
Jack the sick man) Silver is chicken, so if is interested,
( was commissioned I ed land. One glance will reveal a P-3, Civil Engineer, 11 October
out for a while taking it easy. please see him and hVll tell you British 1939; R. M. Garth, P-5, Electrical
R. C. Daliberti AMM2c former glance
-.r Maybe he's trying to set the government more about it. I
Engineer 16 September 1940 Louis
.. inspector in the Supply Depart. will catch a city completely modI ; -
.: straight on a few things. The other day Lt. Gant receiveda ,I ern. Neither old but Lasek, CAF-9, Inspection cf
ment, was married Friday, October nor new, cer-
The team went down in letter from Chief Emerson whois Construction 7 November ie39
', bowling 10th, to the charming girl in I tainly imposing, are the Govern |I
-' r. defeat last week to the tune of 4 now in Atlantic City, N. J. From the office next door, Mary Ann. ment House and gardens, former C. O. Loveland P-5: Electrical Engineer .
points. I Just wonder whose faultit his letter, he sure misses Jackson- Congratulations to this happy cou home of the Duke and Duchess of 1 August 1940; G. F. Lloyd,
had to ville and the A&R. We CAF-7 of Construction
was. We some spectators are sorryto Windsor. I Inspector ,
watch our games, too. How about hear that, but such is the life ple.Chief 14: November 1939; L. O. Thorn?
After a pleasant in Nassau
Donald F. Schoen checked day ,
some more of you people coming of a Navy man. He sends his regards burg, P-4, Construction Engineer
we leave for Jamaica in the
L, out Steady won't mind. Won'tyou I to all who know him and out of the department October 7th Brit- 1 December 1939; C. A. Tovey, F-rf
,s. hear him calling, Car-o-line worked with him in this division. to take up duties as a recruiter in been ish West Indies. The island has'I Civil Engineer, 12 April 1940; R
discovered tourists to bea
New York City. Hope like by
There's certain you H. McKinley, Acting Foreman. 4
a person taking Accessories Division-by Dorothy vacation land within itself. Ina
, some time off to see the sights ot. M. Williamson-Found! Yes, your new location, chief. Anyway, September 1940; E. L. Griffin, As.
tropic setting, nature has be-
New York in the future. you are nearer home. sistant Operating Superintendent}
near sir, I found the Hydraulic Shop. stowed her gifts with lavish
Have a good time, Yowl. You can't hide from, your reporter The Inspection Department hand rugged mountains a 1 April 1940: and P. E. Cappev
Another question that has aria- no matter how much you move. Bowling Team defeated the Engineers -, esque landscapes, waterfalls pictur-and 'Chief Clerk, 1 January 1940. Joseph
en is whether Walt Fletcher has I am a regular F.B.I. by three games last week. beautiful foliage mineral A. Franz, CAF-9, Inspecto
blood or alcohol in his veins. If This brings the Inspectors right ; springsand of Construction, has been in Civil
-' you ask me, it's ice water because A surprise birthday party was up there in first place. Keep rolling'em perpetual sunshine make it a Service for a long time. He has a1
,4 I given in the home of Mrs.. Mabel veritable paradise. It was in Jamaica -
a. ; fellows-keep rolling 'em. letter of appointment .
of as
' he complains freezing. i Corny), Griffin of the instrument shop, that Sir Henry Morgan and Inspector
wasn't it? to the Naval Operating Base
) honoring Juanita Evans, Mrs. We welcome the following new his buccaneers made history; the
Nick Pulignano has been having Hearn, and Mabel. Fun was had chiefs into the department: R. K. names of Nelson and Rodney are Hampton Roads, Virginia, dated.
r. time keeping his little brood of by all. We are sorry to hear that S. Thompson, ACMM: ; I. B Haw- deeply mingled with the story of 11 October 1917, signed by Frank.
'r.jS golfers together for the monthly Emily Harden's sister and Viona thorne, ACM; R. H. Kealen, AC- this island. After having ridden tin D. Roosevelt as Assistant,Secretary
meetings. I guess everyone has Cunningham's mother are ill A ?MM; R. A. Zabick, ACOM: ; V. M. for miles over ever-changing land- of the Navy, and also one
turned to football and bowling for speedy recovery to both! Seeley, ACMM; and R. A. Guy, scapes and viewing first-hand the signed by Theodore Roosevelt as

the winter months. Jack Russell will not be withus ACMM. We hope you will enjoy I native way of life, quaint huts and i Assistant dated :5 May Secretary 1921. of the Nary
Plant Walt Fletcher working with us. farms, we board the and make
Dh'islon-by any mo're. He is on a private ship
-The top news last Friday was job. Twenty more petty officers and I our way on to the Island of Haiti Threads from a frayed cutfJThe
about another storm brewing up : seamen checked out of the department Haiti, the first of the negro republics -I Public Works Department Wt I.
Orville Belote is in Mass
i and around the Caribbean area. Lynn last week. We'11 miss I is the only American republic corned aboard a new officer IBM.
>w Seems as though Florida is getting going to General Electric School.1 seeing you guys around -- how with French as its official week-Lt. G. A. Busbee, CEC,
:. more than its share of the big :I studying the G-1 Pilots. about a visit now and then. Goo I language The less cultured, how I I USN Bill Truesdale is cff < oi

winds, probably the reverberationfrom Emily Erickson of the landing I luck in your new duties. : ever, speak a "Creole" jargon, a i: a trip around the state mspectu,
the Vishlnsky-Winchell de- I gear shop is with us now helpingout Inspector Carlson received a let language made up of debased I Naval Reserve Armories and tar
while Bernice Woolbrite takesa clities for 7ND Comdr. C "X
bate. Fred Garst, the coffee Instigator i ter from Chief D. E George and I French sprinkled with equally distorted -
4 #" had a little trouble with his long-needed rest.I his wife, Lucille, last week Chief African, Spanish and Eng- I Reinhardt came in one morning
"" adjectives and adverbs. The ques- know folks are busy in the sends his regards to all the mem- I lish. Into the Port au Prince area this week looking slightly sleep
tions was whether to use continually L.G. shop. As I entered it Thurs bers of the department and reports -\ are compressed all the absorbing and, when we inquired if his new
or continuously. Everything day, what should greet me but they are getting along fine. components of this relatively smail I little baby was keeping papa UI'' re
and of and island. Here is the land of voodoo I almost invited us to a duel.
finally was straightened out, after yards yards egrys, you Chief George is stationed on the
, consulting Webster We hear know, folks, it takes an egry USS Franklin D. Roosevelt in I the haunt of zombies: here, be-
for each job. yond question, is the background city, we visit Havana famed
that Don Ragin, the strong mon Portsmouth, Virginia. 'Twas nice
Chief Baxter I of one of the most turbulent and cathedrals, rum distilleries, cas,-
man of Plant Engineering hasbeen : I says being a papa hearing from a former member of
r i: bowling with a ladys' 12-lb. has sure caused him the loss of our department '' bloody histories acted by man. To nos, and parks. One also enjo\) *
bowling ball-Thea, keed. don't sleep. Seems as though the little 'I' many visitors to Haiti, history and visiting the cigar factories \vheie
you eat your crispy crunchies anymore one wants his attention nights. its relics, are- secondary in inter- skilled craftsmen are turning out
? Anyone interested in getting Bungalows' est to the rural settlements and cigars by hand, each perfect )'n

The push button era is definte- into the Drum and Bugle CorpsIn New Style : their citizens. Here plods a resigned shape and size.
p ; ly here. The Plant Enginereini? American Legion Post No. 9 donkey piled high with I After such a cruise one reluruq
Division is pleased to note that see W. D. Estes, shop 727. Built For Enlisted freight, its owner lolling atop the I to his home with mental pictures:
load; to each fence is tied a fighting of scenes from these lands whip H
among their midst is an inventor i Mr. Royal of the ordnance shop
who is perfecting a radio-con- went fishing at Doctors Inlet and Families On Guam cock, his neck .snatched base I, will not soon be forgotten
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trolled lawn mower that can be did not even catch a cold. II I of feathers, while in the back- ,
controlled from the front porch 'anted-One set of pontoons for Earthquaketyphoon.i'i ground a movement of natives going -
( "
while sipnlng! a prune whip to cut Johnnie Knoulton so he can float fire-insect and rodent resistant about their daily tasks. I.
every blade of grass in the yard. his automobile out of the Cumber bungalows are being constructedby I One reluctantly leaves this interesting '
S, We call him Paul (Thomas A.) land Road section.Congratulations for of place but knows he will
BuDocks dependents en-
Carman. I to Mr. and Mrs listed personnel stationed at see other things! equally as allur- i,

Assemmly Dhl..lonby I. O.Itoticluml Earl Jones. They have a little Guam. They are constructed of ing. Passing Morro Castle grim
-E. J. Wojcik, Sr., be- daughter now weighing 9 lbs., 6 strong, reinforced concrete panels gufadian of Havana's harbor, the t
came the proud father of Edwin ozs. Also to Mr. and Mrs. Walter which are molded at the buildingsite ship Is docked on the teeming waterfront ,
Joseph Wojcik, Jr., on October Fararr who have a new son weigh- and assembled by an unusual Stepping from the gang- ,
4th. Congratulations fellow worer. '(- ing 9 Ibs.Ordnance. bolting-welding-cementing combi i- plank, one is instantly aware that ;
j Mother and baby are doing Shop challenges any nation. I this is truly a "foreign" city
line. shop in the A&R to a football Among the famous Prado are the r
! ,, k S Well, Mary, we hope you collected -r game. Just set the date, folks, we Basically adaptable to year- smart sidewalk cafes and in little-
all those .quarters you bet I are ready to win. round living, the pre-cast concrete frequented sections of native Havana -
S.r',' on the Yankees. I Sam Kakahashi of the electric homes are especially suitable for can be found the Cuban I
S G. Li. Calhoun. S2c, is heading shop is now an electrician third advance Navy bases because of "shows" which are offered the
for Ohio to spend leave with his class. Yes, he passed out cigars! simplified overseas shipment and eidewalk stroller by colorful street
and Sam labor problems.Each vendors. One visits lavish nightclubs
parents. He has the cutest baby candy. Congratulations,
brother whom he bought two boxes Harry Platt is home now and do- bungalow contains a living where are portrayed native
d', of candy bars. Do you think he will ing fine. Just shows you can't keep room, dining room, two bedroomsand dances and music. Another Bide of
F be able to eat all of) them or will a Rood man down. front and service porches Havtin's night life may be found'at eNN
''i' big brother help him? Have a nice Charlie Williams spent a week floors are concrete, kitchens and the fascinating. Jai Alal game *Why Tom old jitan, >hat brinftjt
i trip, sailor, and we will be seeing ,in Georgia with his father. Hay bathrooms are completely modern which is) the Cuban national pas- you out on a night like, ithli?,"
i you. his dad is much better In health. and all services are electric. tirao. Before leaving this quaint


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JAX AIR NEWS new &ol:3 .. '!.


C pUto Ju(.w, F. Schum eW, vaN NATTC LibraryIn
Commanding i
July 1912 Robert C. Murphya
Commends Robert P. Beebe, USNEi.eutlre marine zoologist, sailed from .
the West Indies for South Georgia

Lt. Paul F. Rr..II.-y. (ChC), USN ((1200 miles east of Cape Horn) O.
Public Information Officer, and returned ten months later A '
AiirUar to Jail Alt N w. with quantities of specimens and r ) :,

data whales, etc., ard
on penguins
Editorial Office for KXTTC Section Room 137 and Its
AJminiitration BuilJmj &t)0-A* 1',,U E!:..t. 204. the logbook of his journey wh.ch
he kept for his young wife This t ",.
Editor log Is just now published under ,
Arthur T. KouUonlkolU. SUNwswrlUr ,it4"'I ;
the title "Logbook for Grace '
It becomes almost any sort of story -
Robert J. Wchlinc SlAH you wish-a sea story, ort tale ,,,
made by MAS adventure, or a true account of '
Photograph are official U S Navy Photographs! F
Photo Lab and A.. FunJ. iichowt Photo Lab unless oth.rwi*. credited. the profits and perils of whaling, ra a :
even a kind of love story. Thereis A I ;
a lot of information in this '"
l\ book as well as a lot of humon-us
I II good reading.For i
iI <
I mystery fans there is "P T9p J
Moran, Operative." P. Mor.t'is\ _
a chauffeur and handyman "nolled ,
in a oetective-work-by-mail. He
solves a few cases by native abil-
ity and luck which he reports t ) ?ra
vWHRT his supervisor in a series of of
his supervisor in a series of ,
;, TO DO! WHERE TO OOl called "Nine More Lives" by Michael -
Morgan. In this one Bill Ryan, o
a Hollywood stunt man, is accused #
of murdering a mysterious blonde \e
How he escaped the police and ;
MOVIE SCHEDULE tracked down the unknown enemy
who framed him makes a storyof
NATTC unusual pace with escapadesthat
are credible.A .
in the tradition of ''National
Tlltm* AY-HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY starring Wal- novel -
Velvet" and "FlIcka" >'s
ter Pidgeon and Maureen Hara. Shows at 1730 and 2015.
Dana Faralla's "The Magnificent

1'KIDAY D SAT { .\ -THE UNSUSPECTED, featuring Barb" Kevin Fitzgerald, one .'t '11
Claude Rains ar4 Joan Caultl ld. Shows at 1730 and 2015 on Friday, a family who had little save "an '
1100, 1730 and 2015 on Saturday. eye for a horse" dreamed of find- IN THE TOP PHOTO are pictured some of the 200 men from, :
Ing a horse with a magical white Aviation Fundamentals School of the Naval Air Technical Training .,'
1 SUM).VY-COiiEDY CARNIVAL, with Rafferty and Olsen. foot which would equal Godolphm Center that were on a working party al> the Jacksonville Beaches ,
Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2015. Barb-a horse whose picture hungin dunng the recent emfrgcnrv The men worked diligently until the /',
the Rand Stables. His dream I small hours of the morning filling and stacking sandbags. In ono '::.'
beomes a reality with the coming I day alone approximately 10,000 sandbags were filled and stacked Y
Mitchum and Jane Greer. Shows at 1730 and 2015.
of the Magnificent Barb. There as temporary bulkheads to replace the seawall In the lower photo i;
1'EUNESUAY-SWAMP WATER with Walter Brennan and are horses and horses in this bookas the> men are taking a small breather and a little nourishment from ', -4!
Walter Huston. Shows at 1730 and 2015. well as family conflicts, excite one of theb ach residents. The weather being so unpredictable t 1.J''
ment, and even a love story here in Florida: a working crew has again been sent out for the -lJ
THURSDAY BLACK GOLD, featuring Anthony Quinn and past three days. .
Katherlne DeMille. Shows: at 1730 and 2015.


IN-Open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg. 517. AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL J : -j
and snacks available. tn,1. ,..., .,
After hard week of and with
a sandbagging only oneafternoon's
BOWLING Six la Service available
alley Ship The Scotchman awoke one
to all personnel Monday through Saturday, jr'Sandwiches morning to find that hit wife had practice under their belts, the football team \'

17002130. League game have priority. passed away during the night. lie went out Friday afternoon and took the measure of the ..:'

NATTO LJ.1SKABY Located in Auditorium. leaped from his bed ran out In TEA-MAD "Tigers." The final score of lOin) no way ;?

Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to the hall and railed downstairs to I showed the lob-sidedness of the affair as the "Hellcats" "::'
2100. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun the rook: "Mary, rome to the
!" "\\'bt .muffed. several scoring1 chances during! the second half and ,.;
foot of the quick n --- -
day, 1230 to 2100. I I .. .. *
U It?" she cried. "Don't boil but ,i 1-- had one of their touchdowns; called $

one ScotC egg hnran.for breakfast," said the i Ship's Service Gas back. "Lateral" Mahoney was .{

'Frank Buck" to the Tigers all d

ATHLETIC GEAU Available at Gear Locks There was a young damsel nam- I Station Offers HAS afternoon, blocking two kicks in- y'

Physical Training Department, Bldg 515.: ed Carol eluding that important one after '.

TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical Who liked to play stud for apparel Automotive BargainsThe the touchdown. The trophy looks

: pretty good where It is now, and
Training: : Bldg. 513. Her opponent's straight flush Ship's Service Gas Station
Brought a maidenly blush reminded personnel this week that I we hope to keep it there '1
And a hasty trip home in a The only Division to put out a
such services brake
SWIMMING l'OOLio.. 1-(Bldg. 518) For it as N
barrel. Labor Battalion for work at the ,
Guests. Children under 12 I overhaul motor and .
al Personnel with Navjt tune-ups beach last week was TAF and .-*.
are not allowed In the pool unless accompanied J.o 1st WAVE: "You should have minor repairs as well as emergency during most of the week, gangs *" .
parent or a responsible adult. Monday thru seen Mabel run the half-mile last : road service anywhere within were either coming or going From .
1300 to 2015. Saturday 0900 to 2015. Sundays night station limits. the reports coming back the boys, ':J|
Holidays 1300 to 2015. 2nd WAVE: "What did she run In addition, it was pointed out Ship's Company and students, really i-\
It In ?" that the gas station has a com- put out the energy tn beating :::
SWIMMING 1'OOL No. 2-(Bldg. 419)) For mala 1st WAVE: "I don't know what plete line of waxes, polishes, tires back the elements. There were a ;;(
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to you call the darn things." and tubes, and batteries in stock. I few though who had their own ;,.
t 1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday 0900 to 2015. Sundayand Typical of the prices for various I ideas on where sandbags should '*
Holidays 1300 to 2015. services and sale items are the following I be placed such as Fuller, who insisted ,' :.
I" / \ selected at random: needless holes
on filling up /j'
RECEPTION ROOM-Located In Auditorium for f( ;- m Lubrication ..............................- .75 (Att'n Mr Baker) "Red" Owens *.*
NATTC Personnel l. relatives and guests. /: Wheel Pack ................................ 50 was also seen strutting up and K
( Spring Pack .............................. ,50 down the beach looking his own '".,..e
Q ( i : Flush Crankcase ...................... ..5 important self. Fanfare( > And ai"f
BINGO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's -" j ); Spark Plugs (Champion..... .39 though his crew turned out thirtyone .*
Service In Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230 Sponsored Q ; ) Simonize Wax ........................ ,*0 hundred sandbags in one shift, :>
by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville." Proceeds for the Nur- ; Simonize-Cleanser _............... 40 we still don't think Bacigalupo
Bery. wm.L \. -/ ) Radiator Cleanser ........_...._.... .63 should have gotten into every pic-
\.....: '-- :::/ Atlas-Loc-Gas-Caps _- ..... 1.40 ture Ware' took.

Ik --J Casite .. ....................................... 35 Movers, Inc. are on the job
WHERE: TO GO-ASHORE -, Karbout ......._..........._.._._...._ .45 as from the
again everyone newly
Brake Fluid (pt.) ...-....-....... 70 used Bldg 423 have been taint V
Rislone ...... ............._...........- .35 some else Someone
AIIMY CLUB, at 122 W. Street I place already.
SALVATION formerly Foray Top Sealer j........._.............-.. .35 must take
Street. 200 Bed which in- great pleasure in seeing -
la now located at 9VLiberty Dormitory Tire Repair ..... .......................... .50 : .
eludes locker and shower, $50. A snack bar breakfast, lunch and 7-Z"Thick "chain-gangs" of students: carrying -
Complete Simonize Job- chairs back and forth '
short orders served at reasonable prices. from
r ( Wash, clean, wax, vacuum block to block. And while the ,:.'
.. ..... .... on
WHERE TO GO ASHOUE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnar clean 7.00 subject let's: get someone to ex"V:;
Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays, 1200 to 2400 Complete Brake Job-New( plain this new eight week schedule ,"v. *
Sundays: 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdaysand lining, turn drums!, bleed to all hands,'*
Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. fog, eh?" system, one free adjustment We dropped down to Brks. 17 to- <*'*'
___ ) : most cars ISO I day and tried to pick up all the ;M
latest dope but the only thing ,: t'/f
available was the of the -:';l
Harold Jones 81 Exposed
Uy '
top men from the graduating .,frclasses ; .
I Eight weeks: again)1. From ,,>.$
At -.owe have A. C. Moran and ,-' J
({. C. }[elhy: AF-05's honors were 's
taken by J. Baranow and H L. Al
cantara: the two honor men in
I class 0<> were R. J. Power and II.
II G. Sampson To all these men wo '
I say "Congratulations and keep up '
{ the good beginnings you havoma..J.
.., in your 'A' Schools"
I Things at the "Gyp Joint" havo 0 '.:
taken a turn for the better duringthe
I past week; they've done away. ...
with all odd pennies on articles ;: _wants -:
are now rounding things off. :y ;tx
If it cornea out to sixteen cents ',:r.J}
they're big hearted about It; they r' "
w round it off to twenty.


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a 16 October 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven



BY 19 TO 0 NA grin

The TOB-TOA Bulldogs outclassed
the Adders last Tuesday bya
19-0 score. Gunner McCauley's
Ordnancemen ran rough-shod over
.a Lt. Emerson's Adders early.In the

game to quench any Adder hopeof
victory. This makes three consecutive
victories to the Bulldogsand t
three defeats that the Adders Last Monday the AEM "B"

have suffered this season School started the course rolling

The Bulldog co-captains Peter- 2 + ; for Class EB-8. Welcome aboard
bok and Collins, won the toss and BOWEN, BURGESS, BURNETT,
elected to receive from Adder Cap- ti CHAPMAN HALEY, MEYERand
tain Otto's team. The kick was WASCO. In case you remenv-
returned from the 10 to the 37 by ber seeing HALEY'S name beforeas
Hentzen A bare reverse by Brit- starting in a new class, he was
tan made 9 yards and then Col- i detoured while having much dental
lins went around end to the j" dder r work taken care of. We are glad to

28, Brittain thenent oi. left see you back with us HALEY.
tackle for the first Bulldog touchdown CHIEF MORRIS is actually

The extra point was blocked thinking about buying a lot and
but the Ordnancemen had drawn settling in the swamps of Florida.
blood in the opening minutes of His known interest in Ocala, Florida

the game _. no doubt, has much to do with
---- ---- -
The Bulldogs kicked to the Adder it.
45:: and tne Adders, 6 points THE EVER EXPANDING Intramural Program at NATTC Is made al) the more worthwhile with While DeFEYTER is
flown, got the pigskin in their possession these 12 beautiful trophies for the 12 major spots as awards to the Champions In the front row his MR.: EF-
for the first time in the reading from left to right the trophies are for Tennis, Softball, Bowling, Basketball. Horseshoes. In FERSON over new baby boy floor awaiting
is the
game The addeled Adder offen- the back row: Golf Volley Ball Boxing Swimming Football, Wrestling, Touch Football. pacing
_. his new arrival.
sive lost 6 ;yards on three tries. -- --
39. the Hellcats. Beck the place kicking Much to the delight of the
and then kicked to the Bulldog '
The Bulldog Touchdown Ma- I Beurculs Toke Adders artist from TAF was sent in school, the pile of lesson plans is
chine took three plays to put the ; and he booted a perfect field goal going-going-down much faster
ball on the center field stripe fora from the 19-yard. line to make the: since MRS. WARE has been givingus
score 10 to 6 her time. She like LIGHT
first and 10. A bare reverseagain
went for another first and The hapless and luckless Adders, NING!!!
10. Collins then connected to Lus- Helicois 10 Tigers 6. made up of the smaller Ship's CHIEF POWELL fell out from

combe for a 25- '3.l'd pass. Bnttain i Company Divisions dropped their the BEARCATS' football team due
slot and second straight game last week, to ained ankle. Gee*
tan through the guard I a sp:: we never
threw himself and his tackier A hard charging line, a hard running backfield and a' this one to the Bearcats of TEB, thought that Navy football put upa

within one foot of the goal line: good bit of passing on the part of all the Hellcat backs plus I TS and TAI by the score of 9 to 0. | harder struggle than semi-pro

Collins went through the center some spotty pass defense by the Tigers gave the former The Adders, who are short on did. We are sincerely sorry, POWELL .

standing up to make the score team a hard earned 10 to 6 victory in the Intramural League replacements and also on breaks .
12-0; still the first quarter. The played a good game, but the boy
atttmpt for extra point was good I last week. It was the Hellcats'-repl'esenting TAF second were outmanned and outrushed

an d .h a score was th en 13.0, a t straight! victory \Mthout.!. a defeat and the Tigers'-represent- The Bearcats got their lone T-EA suffered their first defeatin
I touchdown the game played Friday; with
the completion of one quarter of ing TEA, MAL and TAW--first in the second quarteron
plAY. I setback in three outings. I Two plays later, Hendrickson, Tiger a beautiful 30-yard pass that the T-AF "Hellcats". The only

) The Bulldog line showed that The Hellcats clearly outplays 1 halfback intercepted a pass was caught on the Adder goal line touchdown made by the "Tigers"w
not only could the v hold and drive the Tigers: during the whole contest on his own 5 and hugging the sidelines The receiver jumped high in the I, scored by DelGreco of M.A.D.
I on offense. but that they could I The Hellcats employ a singh romped all the way to theTA 1, air for the ball with two Adder : The "Hellcats" won by one touchdown -
charge on defense, and the Adders wing with an unbalanced line, and ? 32 before being" caught from : men around him, came down with i an extra point, and a field
were held to no gain what-so-ever the Tigers use the famed T-forma- behind The very next play Hoff- the pigskin and fell over the goal goal.: T-EA fought a hard game aU
in the first quarter of play meier tossed a pass to Hendrick- line. The Bearcats' other two ,, the way through, and we were
I tion. which usually clicks for J *.,
The Adders had the ball at the them, but did not in this one a, 'I son, good to the 22 Again it was points came on a safety in the proud, as usual, of the way our
tart of the second quarter when I several fumbles! were recorded 'I Hendrickson, this time around end third quarter The Adders were teem played.We ; .
JPeperman threw a long pass intended i The Hellcats scored first late in .I for 7 yards to the 15. Dick Del- :''deep I in their own territory when

for the right end Gibson the second quarter after a concerted Greco plunged through the middle they gained possession of the ball were really upset to we
Intercepted for the Oidnancemen drive of 67 yards which started J I to the 10 for a first down. After On the first play they were offside Pinky carried off the field at the
Ie following three plays failed on their own 33, The Tigers had I I the ball had gone to the 5, it was and penalized down to their one- 1 mercy of the corpsmen. The latest
.i' make the necessary 10 yards punted to the Hellcats' 25: and :' Hendrickson odnce more to the I1* yard stripe. On the next play. Kramer !1 word I have is that his knee was

*fid Gibson kicked to the Adder 15 was run back to their own 33 i'I yard line, where Del Greco drove ,. attempting to run it out I twisted and sprained We all wish
e With the ball in the Adders pos- Three successive! first and tens I it over through center for the was caught behind the goal line, i him a speedy recovery, and hope
eufdon the Ordnance line really moved the Hellcats down to the'I touchdown. Mahoney blocked the giving the Bearcats two more I he'll be back on his feet in no

went to work and Peterbok 34-yard line of the Tigers from I placement.The points. time
Brick man, and Tobasco on the i where the Lewis to Rich passing final bit of scoring was dope! ;,I The Adders scored! a touchdown I
next two plays, forced the Addersto combination was good for two 10- late in the fourth and final period. too. in the first half, as l ramE'r.1 What's
this hear about
we a certain -
kick from 4 yards in front of i yard passes' down to the Tiger 11 Mahoney blocked a Tiger pun ; fleet back for the Adders traveled
their own goal. The kick however, Moffett to Rich was good for four on the 11-yard stripe! of the Tigers, 60 yards: but the play was called I Instructor in T-EA Division,
who stole a laid-up football player's -
and after two tries at the back
with both offside.
was fumbled in the Bulldog backfield 10. by teams
more yards to the Floyd drove I girl Really rushing her, with
and the Adders recovered to off tackle to the 7. and Lewis went two dates in a row while the
give them first and 10 on their off the opposite tackle all the way I poor guy is flat on his back and
own $O. Peperman again started to the 2-foot line, and a moment helpless That musclebuildingcourse
slinging long, hard passes, but later smashed over for the first .AV1.
might in at
come handy a
': was rushed so fast by the Ordnance Beck
score of the game split the I tlOEI3Y SflOfI later date!
.:. line that he had no time for uprights for the extra point and Os

accuracy. Darby snagged down an the score! was 7 to 0. I
,Interception on the 38 and it was Though behind and with most It seems as if erne Miller has
first and 10 on the Bulldogs own of the game being played in their NEWS the proceedings a little backwards

40. An "illegal use of hand on of- I territory, the Tigers nearly tied (for a man with his experience,
...,... feiiHt" penalty made it first and up the ball game in the third guar HoMier the -f ; too'i I Laverne the fellow in the
25. The Bulldogs then opened up ter with their only scoring! of) the for Hobbyist case is supposed to give the girl
: : their aerial attack and Collins to day. The Hellcats were entrenchedon that kind of ring-not to sport a

PtterLok made 23 :vards. A ground the Tigers'! 16-yard stripe aft- sparkling piece of ice on his own
'. play took the pigskin to the Adder er recovering a blocked Tiger kick. MACHINE SHOP HAS MANY USES little finger.I .

27 and Damaron, on the first There are hobbyists of various types of hobbies that

.: '". down, went over for the third four downs and the Adders took find different uses for the machine shop at the NATTCenter I hear that Steger was on watch
touchdown of the half The
extra on their own 25. Two successive -
l.-r. over
the other night when a chief at
I\\i. : }>point was not good and the scoreremained offside penalties on the Bull- Hobby Shop not necessarily as a hobby but because it of- I Bldg 500 called to tell him about

''.- 19-0.. dogs gave the Adders their first, fers a means of getting a job accomplished. There is hardlya securing from Condition "BAK-
:.' In the last seconds of the first first and 10. They lost the ball craft that does not contain problems requiring machine shop ER" to Condition "CHARLIE".
':) half the Adders made their first soon after to the Bulldogs around work. I I Steger dutifully reported that he
y' ,I' gain in the game for five yards the mid-stripe. Collins heaved a thought Baker was at the barracks -
, '. Tbe Bulldogs ran up 8 firstdowns to Luscombe in the flat on The radio enthusiast for example -
pass I but he just! didn't know whoin
in the first half and connected the first play Luscombe lateral '
l'.. with 3 out of 6 passes They to Giacalone, who in turn lateral : the machine shop facilities for the coming home tomorrow," shouted,
, ''" ivlno intercepted 2 Adder pass attempts fd back to Luscombe. The play construction of the chassis and Mrs. Murphy across the fence to
;:; The Adders made first Back in the Visual Aids Dept.
no clicked off 40 yards and the Bulldogs other items connected with his radio her neighbor."Oh .
clowns and hit of fourpal'"f' Jones was carefully measuring -
failed to
any were threatening again, when craft. The leather worker will that' fine news" Mrs.
The line a large piece of glass' for a picture -
attempted another the ball backin
penalty put desire to make special. punches or O'Leary congratulated her. ")lut
' showed in I frame. Like a diamond cutter,
amazing speed breakingup Ordnance territory again. other tools for use in leather craftooncAnviNO I thought he'd been went up for I
) the Adder offensive and the The remainder of the half was five" yearnT" he planned the exact line along
seemed to be able to \\ which he would make a clean, even
go played near the mid-stripe, with a "He wan that," conceded Mrs. '
where and when Whittling and wood havecome break Enter Roberts, with a heavy
as they pleased, Bulldog Collins to Giacalone pass!, carving Murphy, "but he got off for good
I on'offense the only real scoring threat That down to us from the mists of behav'lor." blunt instrument in his hand, anda
The Adders around unrecorded time. wild gleam in his e 'e -they'll
were pushed gain was also nullified by a pen Some of man's "Ah. said Mrs O'Iery "Itfnu t > -
considerably in the first half and earliest historical records mention I probably be sweeping slivers of
't bfa\ consolation to'
Gunner McCauley proved again alty.The wood casually as the accepted great glass out of the far corners! of
Bulldogs used every man know' have> sack: a fine son
.. that he has no second string! but carver's material. you that room for many years to come,
on squad against the Adders
two first teams. The Adders had and every man seemed as capableas Germany in particular, encouraged now. .
only 21 men in uniform for the I i
carvers in fact, to such
the one that he relieved Gia ; an
game and the old cliche, "The' calone, Mundy, Payton, Hankins. extent that during the 15th and A new ensign reported aboard
spirit is willing ." can be adapt- I Darby, Phillips, Jansen' Edwards, 16th centuries wood sculpture influenced the station right in the middle of

1 cd to that scrappy team. Tobasco, Vincent, Brown, Kanerva. I stone sculpture, sculptorsin the rainy season. That night at
*r .V The second half the Bulldogs II Stephenson, Dameron and Acker- stone attempting to imitate the BOQ, from his second story win.
f kicked off to the Adders, but the man all relieved the starting i wonderful intricacy and delicacythat dow, he surveyed U e viewlovelyhe
ball was kicked low and rebounded wood carvers of that thought.The .
eleven These men didn't coast day were
a" off an Adder lineman leg as a when they went in, and every man I obtaining. And so, it was handed (I II next morning he awoke to ..
free ball. 'Beaver' Brickman, alert on the squad fought and fought down to us. The commercial carving find the ground had disappearedunder
t and eager, fell upon the ball, hard today is less .-e and far
priming for the TEA Tiger orm five feet of water. This was
1 downing for the Bulldogs on the game next Tuesday.The simpler in design with the modernistic surprising enough, but then he
;, Adder 40. Two successive fumbles
French design being in vogue spotted something even more unusual -
In the Ordnance backfield lost 221 starting line-up was:
i yards and the Bulldogs kicked to i Rightmier .... RE.. ,n. Luscombe Remember, the Hobby Shop has! !. A white hat floated by,

the Adder 23. I Touchet .......... RT .-. Mullholland these and many more hobbies. So reached the boundary fence, turns -

Again, the strong Bulldog line Otto .. ..........._.. RG ._...... Brickman step into the NATTCenter s around, and floated back. This
rUHl'Ctt the Adder ball carriers, and Anderson' ............ C.... LJebelshoin I Hobby Shop and relax choosea happened several times. The ensign -

I a faulty pans' from center found Pauley __.._..._ LO ................ EVt'rt hobby I ruflhed to the office and grabbed -
Pc|* rman running around behind Tracy .............. LT ........... .... Black L a lieutenant, and asked him
'fl11 what .
j hi!!' own goal with the ball Peper- BoulJer ............ LE ....__ I'eterboJ4 Their' ww a beef stew romance i i was going on."That's
man managed to run out of danger Blackemore _. QB _._... Collins I To put it nice and ynnlnNlie -.. U Jones," the lieutenant
j of a safety and on the next Cook ............._. MB"Cliico" __ Brittain NO! lepiud "He swore he'd cut thegra.411
;.' play kicked out to the 34. ThVtUKIogs 1IB Clbson I wa ..always beefing I "lie eaR" hold his dri i-II.- I this morning come hell or

.,;,..., ,\ made D yards in their I Peperman _..... FB .....,_... J1e-nben AIM he ww always stewed high water."

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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 16 October 1947

. Fliers Score Third_Straight Win Of The 1947 Grid Season ff

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Intra-Mural Touch I ,,. __ _
Football '" '- -"'''" Vanquish Cherry

League Begins Next Monday Point Marines, \ j

'The NAS Jacksonville intra-mural football league willet 37-0 SaturdayBy

underway this Monday on the mat area playing: fields ,1

it was learned yesterday. The seven-man teams will play on HIM. KEIIL, S2o .t

two regulation football fields Monday afternoon with five Smashing: across paydirt J

downs to score before turning: the ball over to their Oppon- four times in the second half, t

ents. : the Jax-Navv Fliers whitewashed
All teams in the league will play ------- I
the Cherry Point Malines. -
eight games throughout the season 13 I :
up teams for the coming sea-
the winner 37-0, last Saturday before -
to receive gold son. Since many squads have privately -
footballs at the end of the cam- been working out for the I 5,000 dejected-looking:

paign. The runners-up will be presented past two weeks in preparation tor I leathernecks at the Tarheel

with silver footballs. their all-important openers it is I jridiron. For the Fliers, it was
Chief Bob Beaudreau of the expected that the play this year
I win number three in
a row
Physical Training Department, will be far better than in the past.
manager of the league has lined I but for the Marines it turnedout
Teams in the league are Main-
side Dispensary, VSB. Commissary to be their second setback

Ladies Golf Ass'n. Store, Supply. Marines, VA ATI' j' of the young; season, while
No. 6 (The Sea Hawks. A & R. winning but one.

Holds 2nd Ordnance and Gunnery. Operations KUf'hIIUo'ks Punt
Post Demobe ParachuteLoft
Naval Air Transport Service I The Fliers failed to capitalize on
Driving ContestThe and ATU No. 10. j several scoring opportunities and ( \
I | one of their touchdowns was nullified ....
And while Beaudieau has been
weekly driving contest With four minutes of the
working on the schedule rules
among members of the Ladies Sta- i first half remaining, the Marines
i and general layout of the .
tion Golf Association held on the leaguePhysical dropped back to punt from their

local links last week was won by I Training has been of thoroughly I i ,.. .___ ._n __ own 8-yard line but kicker Lon
instructing its
Mrs. Theodore G. Haf. who drove I II personnel I I Roberts failed to see the ball soar
in the finer arts of official- '' BEST AMSHEs> FOR a su 'oessful and victorious trip are extended
the pellet 123 yards Mrs. Haft who over heads of the line and into
Ing. The referees for the coming I by Captain Herbert S Duckworth ,
took second place in the previous Commanding Officer of Jax territory for big Don "Swede"
campaign will be A. C Collins, NAS Jax to Jax- avy head grid coach Lt Comdr. Clarence ""Tufty Kuehl
contest. was nOl able to match her came charging through to
"Ace" Woolbright "Jeep'To'init- Thompson as the Flier mentor and his outfit boards the
previous efforts because of the wet plane block the kick and then fell on the
grounds and weather. ti, R R. Wilkenson, Bob Flanni to depart for Cherry Point North Carolina for the game with the pigskin behind the goal line for
gan Bob Rogers, Ray Oliver and Marines last Satuiday And the Fliers did have a successful trip, the Fliers' initial score. Quarter-
Fourteen women took part in Ralph Lacotta. ft,r they trounced the leatherneck eleven 37-0. before 5.000 fans back
Harvey Hardy's boot split
the competition and were given an .
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exhibition and instruction two the I crossbars and the local lad ,

of the finest golfers on the by sta- II Tryouts For Lacrosse Team Are I JaxNavFliers I I led, 7-0 at the half

tion. Chief MacDonald, winner of i ,Will Scrimmage The Navy eleven kept increasing
the All-Sen few i its speed, scoring another touch-
tourney a Set For Monday At 1630 On Mat .
months ago. and Chief Scarborough i Annapolis J. V./$ down in the opening minutes of the
the station champ, both I Candidates for- the first- lacrosse \u informal scrimmage U on third quarter. John Beckett, Flier
went over some of the finer points team in the seven-year history ot a'' +''a the slate for the Ja\-Nay Flier tailback dropped back to the Ma-
for the ladies. I NAS Jacksonville should report to I I this week" as they leave for the rines' 40.yard line and fired an i
Included among the competitors'were the mat area on Monday at 1630 Natal Academy Annapolis to aerial to Vince Anania who mad(

Mrs Bishop, Mrs. DePretora, I dressed in regular gym uniform it hold a practice session with one a brilliant catch and stumbled t
r Mrs Smith. Mrs. Parker. Mrs. was announced by Lt. Comdr M I of the Navy's top junior varsity to the one yard: line Fullbac 1
Mason. Mrs. Barrett, Mrs Bitch ; H Gatchell head coach, earl!. this 1"1 lev'ens. Jack McQuary bucked his wayj
Mrs Jones, Mrs Boulware Mrs. ,week. Head Coach Clarence "Tuffy" across for the score Again HaNdy's
Bliss Mrs. Gray, Mrs Quillman, The opening practice and tryout Thompson announced this week try for the extra point was:
end Mrs Field I i for the hopefuls has been delayed! I that this game will be strictly true to form and the locals ledr-

for some weeks now by the lack 4 4a a practice session' with neither j 14-0. lAir:"
I I I of sticks and balls, but all the outfit having to worry about Itgoing j Jax kicked off to the Poirt' _
Lou Gehriff batted under .300 I j
| era but the Flier forward wall
I i equipment arrived here this week Into the record books.
only twice as c. regular on the I was too tough and the Marine .
and Gatchell is now readto. Intro- Both elevens are using' this
lank*. UN first full season he ,. were forced to punt. Then Beckett
duce the sport. scrimmage! merely I to work on
hit .395 and hU last full
season In addition to the fielding of a newer playa and formations, i started stunning the crowd as he
he hatted the !same. station team. Lt. Comdr Gatcholl but against hard-charging defences. I chucked two long passes, moving
J stated that the sport was! doubly !I the pigskin to the 20. Jack Mancoa

At alinas. California, recently I important as he hoped that the The Fliers sere scheduled to raced off-tackle for three and
there was a double knockout coming of the sport to NAS would' loa\" this morning for the Acad Beckett picked up a first downto
in a boxing bout between I also help in introducing it to the I ems and will return Sunday. the nine. McQuary bulled his
featherweights Wall Gonzales entire area. The past week following their way on three consecutive plays
and Bobby JJower Both let go 1 I The coach also stated that the rebounding 37-0 stomping o'prtht' to the two and as the line stiffened

with rights in the first! round of candidates need not worry about ,. ., Cherry Point Marines the I to halt: the Flier line blasts,
a scheduled four rounder. Both trying out for the team if they arc Filers were the only Naval servIce I McQuary took the ball from center
rights landed and both fightershit inexperienced. Though some ex- e team In the United States to stood up, and fired a pass to
the canvas. The referee, frank I perienced lacrosse players will ) fl\ I tx rated among the top 120teams Anania who was standing: all alonein
Gatchell of the nation. All the end zone. Hardy booted
Bramhall. counted them both out. probably be present I) selectees -
I' his third
hopes to teach the to the in Williamson's Ratingsi straight placement
game :
EdwardWaters newer men. I i college and university eleven '- ( through the bars
Tigers---I-o-se-- I except Randolph Field, with \\ahoo" Run Wild for TD
Lt. Comdr. Gatchell is no newcomer -
I to the Doc Ulanchard and Arnold Tucker As in previous games, little
game playedit
In their backfield, and the Jack "Wahoo" Mancos again turn-
when he attended Penn State
6-0.] in Return Game SaturdayThe
and later on In club play. He is local tilers.rudiments ed in one of his scintllating runs,
this time for 76 yards and a touch-
NAS colored football eleven thoroughly acquainted with both I, of baseball soccer, and down. At the start of the fourth
lost its second game in three starts The statistics phases of the game, the field football. frame, the Marines finally pickedup

Saturday afternoon when it tangled I Nirtit do"ot.. ............ lY.liv'alera II 10 game and box game. The coach added that the possibilities their initial first down via the
with the Edward Waters pig- Ru.hinR ..h_..... nl Hit Though the sport is not closely for the game were prac- air trail, but the Jax defense stIff-
ikinners on the latter's gridiron. I l.a ItP. attempted _'_M'- 11 J'P& followed in the South, most colleges tically endless. If enough response ened and the leathernecks wer
The Waters squad evened the Pie'...". (rIlRlpl..t"intercepted i .............._. Z I 5 I and universities in the north- u shown to his call, it may be forced to punt with Jax taking
score with the Tigers, pinning a Fumble's 4 t east include it in their sports programs arranged to have intra-mural competition I over on their own 19-yard line.
8-0 defeat on the NAS lads. This 'Yard 1..1 b) pI'D"lti".7iJ '16 The game combines the I as well as a varsity team. Frank AOorney swept left end
exactly reversed the score of their - --- for three yards and fullback Bailey ,,

previous meeting. WON'T BELONG NOW! Sterrett picked up one, settingthe
Once again the Injury-ridden stage for "Wahoo's" run. Man-:
Tigers gave a good enough accountof cos took the pigskin, swept off
themselves to come out the taikle uncorked himself from two
winners but every time they penetrated a woul i-he tacklers and scampered .
deep in Waters' territory f in down the sidelines for the
the attack bogged down The entire Pliers fourth touchdown. The little -
first half was played on tli' soatback just outraced the
home team's side of the fifty. bu 1hr thr-.. m playing safety as he t
the fighting Waters line alv.' i' swung ilown the sidelines. Ed
held when it was in danger. Bm'hr's try for the extra point ', 1

And then, halfway through u i i' U ,'* a* s,),u1'< and the locals led, 23-(). ..
final period a series of five tint t N I d < The Tixons took over again
downs carried the Waters squad I a'i. ,. \ -,'.'' \ *an-ther
the way to the Tigers' twelwA .
wide end run around Bobby Br+w+, \ : rh' spiral on the 48 and moved
gave Edward Waters the on I'. "eMI 'lards off tackle, and Ster-
core of the game. phi fY* t M 9 rdt pu'ke.i up a first down one

Injuries were plentiful on hoth play later Two plays later Bill
ides, the locals sustaining the } Harrington! scooted around the
greater number. Tommy White ",: right flank for another first down.

who was brilliant in the passing With Inn Metcier holding, Buch-
phase of the game was injuredIn i '/ MM, tried a field goal from 31:
the latter stages of the game yards 'tint The snap-back: from.
In addition, many other injure "ant,'r wn perfect, and Buchser
I forced Coach Robert Juatiss t.. t t It i t :: iiif, -i,I n\,' pigskin cleanly through
limp along with his second strms;- the uprights for three points.
..... I 1-'\I..r. Block Another Punt
In addition to White's fine play yMr Th<' '; i IIIII Marines kept trying;
the punting of Perry Watkins whoa I i Iur with lily three minutes rein -
averaged forty yards a punt .minif-*, Thompson flooded the
+ aal
brought cheers from the crowd+l ti. u i "r.I,1, I i with substitutes Harold
Other Tiger standouts were Fuel( : : j LHM, Mums tailback dropped
Wallace, Wade and Cheetham { Dock to hit own 30-yatd line to
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Locals who saw action in the I <<- w-- < game wer Wade, Fuel, Crockett I ACTION% JN! 'Hit1!<: )p" in' >> )m" 'I.t'I) '. I > \' r,"'' IM-H, In"'h l i jiki| "(lilnl) i I I, r"> !..L.J, AilylnnlHhive : Flier linemen came charging /
Wallace, Cheetham, Young, Na- been hurl .1 i x." .11 !Ie .<\i"I i ?' t toy i .i'I'i .". ..t. "'II'hholi i KM the I |11,1.1 \. ...k Inn LVOnurtc( through and blocked the pigskin "

n",n, Gault Plaskett, West rn ,ifffs have been wonting H.II",'i ., Delain, Francis. nfaddox.Af during/ a recent 8Ciiniiuafe, .show s..me "t the IHIYH| iIi they !halite fir the rebounds. TUe mam work picked the ball up on the
., conmslA of eilisthenwi, and shootmg From all tile 18 and waltzed across with the
I h -.ny Fnlmore, R > ''" Walk- in the HC4.mmages atnmmige, appearance[ ,
I II,7 ". WatJr+-, ; I I' ?-, '1 But- Flier squad hould rte one of the top-tanking court juggernauts in the nation and the squad hope to final touchdown, just before the
too last season's/ team's record of 22-8 game nded.Page .


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