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'I FLEET: RESERVE-GETS' -- :J

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of the most ambitious I
to 3600 Guided tours!! of the 'reservation guard the station band, three
programs ever drawn up to will be comhuttd. from companies' of a landing force and ; .i :: 4f

celebrate the event in the the Main Gale {In' Mc/nflny/ with a detachment of WAVES all tinder

history of Jacksonville will flotationI1IJonl"o.. buwes, and Lt. Col T. C. Moore, Jr.. '
'mark this year's observance guides available: At .thf request!' Commanding Officer of the Ma. .fi
: ot Visitors, tours will sj\ p at vailfcxis rine Barracks An exhibit of two :
of Navy Day. activities po that actual operations planes' in Hemming Park Is! expected -
Although( the highlight of the can be witnessed Continuous to draw large crowds. '
occasion will be the mammoth movies will\ W{: shown at Store windows will be decorated .1. ,r
parade in downtown Jacksonville I. the Student Officers: Auditorium J with Navy displays, NARTU ..\
on NaDa>', Monday( 27 October from 1000 to 1600) and will be :: by \' : (I J.
l thenOrgpanized swillsfly
actually the telebration will open to visitors, officers.!, and en- ''
get ,underway today. H.M.S. Snipes listed personnel alike over the parade, a radio program
expected to arrive this morning But downtown Jacksonville will I will feature high-ranking local o a :"t''J
tor fi fivedayisit in Jacksonville go all out :Monday in Its tributeto Navy officials, and the USS Shea
extending over Navy Dar, the Navy. A colorful paradewill i a minesweeper, will be anchoredin
Commanded by. Comdr. J. M. Vil- hold the spotlight with NAS the harbor and open to the ,
Jiers RN, the British sloop is on participation including floats : public. .
a pood-will tour of Southeastern from many station: departments I Comdr C. A Briggs is the sta- "
American state! It is attachedto 'depicting their activities a color tion Navy Day chairman I

an American and West Indies -- .1.1I
wjuadron based at Bermuda No. 1 Grid Clash'JaxNavy
The crew of the Snipe has been I ('Him" PAY CLUNK Myron B Mellor President of the Boardof

invited to the informal dance at Directors of the Fleet Reserve Club, receives a lease for four
the Anchorage tonight and the Faces Pensacola acres of land west of the Air Station from Captain Herbert S. -

Cie-w's Dance tomorrow night at Duckvxoith Commanding: Officer while Lt. James E. Cund\ President t
MainMde Auditorium NAS Jax is of Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve Association, looks on The a

also providing Navy vehicles foi Saturday At Gator Bowl l!nd will.' be used_ 1 _as _the site of_ a clubhouse I for the local group. f
groups of officers and men so that I

they may get around the city. | Jax Navy's stiffest grid test of the 1947 season will

William Tomorrow M. night Thomas Rear Chief Admiral of : come off Saturday night when. the local Fliers tangle with I. Fleet Reserve Gets Lease ;

Navy Chaplains will address the the powerful Gosling eleven from Pensacola. Kick-off: time ,

riopeller Club at the Officers' is slated for 2000 in the Gator Bowl, and a capacity crowd : To Land Opposite Station ;

Club. The admiral is expected in is expected to be on hand to see these two top-llight service ;
Jacksonville today on a visit to 'I
grid elevens in action..
the Seventh Naval District. He A lease for four acres of land ----------.-----

will dedicate the revs chapel at I Both clubs! are undefeated four so I,I Harvey Hardy at quarter, Jack 'I owned by the Navy was turned be used! by members I in gold !
with the having
Green Cove Springs. Sunday far, under their Goslings belts, and the "Wahoo" Mancos and John Beck over to Chief Pay Clerk Myron standing of the Fleet Reserve Assoetatiun ;
morning.. wins I ett in the tailback and wingback' B, Mellor, President of the Boardof !' Membership is- limited,
Filets three A win for either out- ..
To touch off the two-day intennive I posts and joltin' Jack McQuany Directors of the Fleet Reserve I I to men In the service who have
it into the leadership in
fit
celebration, the Jax-Navy moves I II at full. Club, last week by Captain Her- served! over six years of active .
the Naval Air Athletic
I Training
football team will tangle with J I Conference. Pensacola is leading Large Crowd Expe-cled.: I' bert S. Duckworth, Commanding duty in either the Navy <''r Marine ...
the powerful Pensacola gridders I' the loop at the present with a winover I One of the season's biggest turnouts Officer. The land will be used asa Corps, men who are t.tuol!,
on Saturday night at the Gator NATTC Hellcats is slated Saturday night, as site for a new clubhouse for the or men who have transferred to &i
the Memphis -
B wl. Officer's= and' men of the and Corpus Christ! and Jax :. both elevens will have plenty of Fleet Reserve Club Branch No inactive duty with the Fleet Reserve I
Snipe will be guests of ,the Navyat Initial rooters backing them. It was announced 91. after 16 or 20 'tnrs of '
to their
have play
the game.Religious yet this week that about 300 The land occupies the territory I service. \\
NATAC encounter.
services with a Navy I I cadets will make the trip from between the Yukon Railroad I' .
Day theme will be conducted on Flier Line Is Strong Pensacola for the game, and a Depot and the Dewey Path Hous.
Sunday In addition to the regular Both elevens are evenly match- trainload of officers and civiliansis ing Area due west of the stations -, Navy Planes Add ?
('#30 and 1045 dh ihe! services, ted, with the Jax forward wall one I expected in Jax Saturday in main gate 1i t
e Flower Memorial Service is of the chief threats to the Goslings' clash.
I time for the grid Lt. Jamen E Cundy, President Color To Chest
scheduled at 1430 on the'apron perfect lecord In the Fliers'three All servicemen in uniform will I ,
1 No. 91 Fleet Reserve
of Branch I
in front of Operations A games this season the Jax be admitted free will
special as dependents -
Association said, that the club
plane from NARTU will take off line has given up a net yardage of I and dates In addition, leser'v- Drive OpeningThe
would be to membeisof
only 89 yards! to opponents. Pensacola's open only
following the service and scatter ists in untform will also be admitted -
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the altar flowers and other floral forward wall will range free of charge the Feet Reserve Associationand formal launching of the
offerings over the ocean in memory | around the 185-pound marker as I Free transportation will again I members of the Ladies Aux- 1947 Community Chest campaignin
of the Association.The I
of those' who have given their will Jax Navy's.Head I be available with busses leavingat iliary Jacksonville was given added '
lives in the Navy or Marine Coach "Tufty" Thompsonof 1800 and afterward from York- I club has already securedthe color :yesterday afternoon when
Corps in the service of their coun- the Fliers will count heavily on town and Mustin. Transportation chatter and lease, and all 80 planes from the Naval Air

trj: Members of the Fleet Reserve the line duties of Vince Anania will also be provided for the trip and Bolles School students will and Marvin Harden at the end back to the station after the game. J secure the club building. Association aerial exhibition over
attend the 1045 service in groups posts, Ben Adams and George Tickets for civilians or those not Officers are hoping to obtain the city.

Branch 91's colors will be displayed Kerstein in the tackle slots, Dick planning to attend the game in I one of the buildings which Twelve torpedo planes, 12 dive
and a special section of Jensen and Jim Freeman to han uniform may be purchased at any I are before the survey board in bombers, six Mariners! 24 fighter
pews will.be reserved for Fleet dle the guard spots, and Billy Ren Ship's Service store as well as at Washington at the present time planes, and other combat types! ,
Reservists, members of their families frow to take over the pivot post the Duval Jewelry Co., or Donald If it is impossible to get one of went through various formations

and ladies of the Auxiliary. for the locals Lt. Comdr. Nelson son's, Inc Reserved seat tickets these buildings, the club will build j I over the heart of the city, and,
Choirs of four downtown Puett of the Goslings will bank his cost $2, general admission $1.10, I its own clubhouse. : as an added treat, the Navy'sace
churches will feature the Navy hopes on the line in Vic Menefeeand !I and children's tickets, 60 cents Facilities of the club may only flight exhibition team. "The

hymn: at Sunday's services, the Joe Colton at the end flanks Blue Angels" went through their
Epworth Methodist Church, tha Ed Selva and Chuck Moore in the CHILDREN'S .
ANNUAL XMAS PARTY j I paces over the St. Johns River.'hile
Riverside Baptist Church the tackle holes, Joe Klockenkemperand thousands
Jaxons
Keith Zimmerman at i I of
Riverside Presbyterian Church, guards, Ii
and the Union Congregational while George Hollod will get the watched breathlessly Lt. Comdr.
Church. Captain Francis L. Al I nod for the center job. WILL BE HELD ON 21 DECEMBER William R. Austin of Aviation, Assistant Traininghere Superintendent -

bert. Senior Chaplain, will be the Both mentors will have an experienced I
-- ----- announced each maneuver
speaker at services Sunday evening and shifty backfield for i I The annual children's --- .
Naval Air Technical Training from the roof
tion. a vantage point on
will be held
at the Riverside Baptist the opening kick-off Over in thePt'n.lacola mas party Christ-I
Mainside Auditorium on i Center Naval Hospital NavalAir of one of the city's tallest build
Church, with the All Saints' Puett
starting line-up. I
Reserve Training Unit, Naval ings. His description was carne-d'
21 December, beginning at 1330
Chapel Choir of MAS rendering a will have Jerry Waltersklichen
Air Advanced Training Com- by all four Jacksonville radio
sacred concert. I it was announced this! week fol-
special! calling signals, Bernard Goehring
Ina nd, Staff Headquarters Seventh stations.As .
House will be observed at lowing the initial meeting of the
Open I and Ed Riley running the halves,
Naval District Headquarters
the station from 0800 Christmas Party committee last I a thrilling climax to'the>
on Sunday I and husky John Hansen in the full- I ,
te 1600 and on Monday from 0900 : back slot. Thompson will start Friday. During the meeting, plans I and Cecil Field children from. aerial show, an SNJ zoomed over
-_ ._- were approved to conduct the I all the orphanages in the Jacksonville I the city, scattering 5,000 red
lines area will again be invited feathers while the
party along the same ai planes t-pelltd
Bus Fares Join SkyrocketingPrices last year's which proved .so suc this year.Fathers I out two giant C'a.
I cessful. I were reminded to turnin -- -
the names of their children immediately -
As Company Hikes RatesNAS Besides the children of per. :' so the Gift Committee
sonnet from the Naval Air Sta- :J/
_. can select suitable presents be- /
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personnel, both military fore the choicest cffeilngs on the-

and civilian, felt the. pinch of ..GET--SILVER SOFTBALLS _._. __ .... .....-.......... market are gone. It will not be. earl s"JJ
the fault of the committee if fc
rising costs!! again this week when .t
the Jacksonville Coach Company i Q' 0 ,,'''' 'J: [ child falls to receive a present ")1flll11' I 1\' saved approximately ) .
hiked the fares on the Naval )" : : because his father ,has not sub- four pound; of meat, "'81:'

Air Station route from 15 to 20 i.f' 1jJ. ?, t' ; mltted the necessary information I loaf of bread, and three +!J:'" i

vents{ when cash fare is paid ', },.. ,''t \,<> !. \ ( prior to the deadline. I during: the flr..t week ('f J',**.
And from 12\:1 to 16 2/3 cents f ) '.'.' Another general meeting of all I (dent 'rrlltn u'" food (>..>M-rva--
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when; tokens are used. : : : Christmas committees will beheld lion program What did >.;''
> at 1300 Tuesday 28 October: I do*"
: Formerly. tokens could be purchased ., .. I in the Small Chapel, ____ __ _J
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at the rate of two for
25 cents, each good for a one I '
way trip between the station and rF tf Captain Miller Chosen To
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Jacksonville and Jacksonville: and 1

the; station Under the present !I Head Officers' Skeet AssTn. I

taken( plan, riders may purchase
xrgijlar bus tokens at the C ______ .. '
city Captain C. Miller was elect 1 -- -- -- -- -----" '.
mU of three for 25' cents, but ed president of the Officers Skeet new organization. It pointed out t tI
pre wa:' rides to and from the and Trap Association last Sun-
that an initiation fee not to exceed -
Viation will require two of these day afternoon during\ the initial I I
tokens. meeting of the group at the Of I five dollars may be chargedin ; I II

Th increase in fare on the ficers' Skeet Range. Lt. Com r, I case of necessity and that I
Naval Air Station route was just A. C Beig was selected as .secretary membership fees would be BMSB.
one boost which figured in increases and Lt Comdr T, B, I eel) from month to month to cover

on all Jacksonville Coa>'h Baldwin: was named treasurer. : current expenses.

Company routes, The company The association was formed I. Capt. L. Y, Mason, Capt. J. G.
received the nod to jump the fl4l'''a last week in conjunction with C. Miller, Comdr. A. C. Berg,
from the City Council after pt.-- the issuance of a new set of Comdr. C. R. Rcpertson Lt. Cc rmb'.
"tnUnevidence:: that it had beer 1i ....."..,. ...,.---v- w1tJ1nFIS ... rules governing the operation of T. B Baldwin, Lt, Comdr. J. A. "
operating: at a loss in the p t.-
Jew months. .>. ". i" in tn. rn'*"nttaunn. ,'hamplon:ihip<' we', pr.-si.nt,>d ut\n soft. officers of both the Navy anJ I, C. A. Merryman, Lt. Corndi r
UndeiA'th#, 'now. f>!art"transMM' I :,ttfrlls: ", t>v f>hn
to 'tegular' *Jt t>us will be i!<' the b\', phr/ft ar.. nit row ,,1I.ft l it right '. R .I t Lawrence. LMilln >. duty in the command here. are, ,ertson, Capt J. I' Whitney, Lt.'
/hirtT! upon j-ayrnent of two cents : VOU1kt.bt'l to.. Len Luq,n.tt. : second row. Bill (-ran, I', J. :' eligible for membership t (Ijgl> S. Hopkins, Cap*. J, W. Boul-
Ort trips 16 town. However no Crake, L. R OM'hemier, R. 1. Brandt and Chief Charles Chisrn, Station Order 77-47, 'which) ware, CtoptF. F.Sima, and} Ch
transfer f:o n city Jinea win be A' & Athletic, Director Missing! when the picture wan. taken I' authorized the formation of the I'!Thar H. II. Giles{) weo d\a'rtrt4
lCU'JJtf.t1| oh the'tun to the'statithi! I' were W A. Moruva, J De Filhpro G A Tabi4 chi, O J Martinez, association, riitlined the> ? facilities t mNnhHI/ 'present *t the first

troth JIll. Jc<;"rJvJllf-. I; L Baton, 1> T Kimmt:), find N. It Li IIVH?. whit h w.,uld te available; t<, tin' JIlt dlll oi the ao,'lationPage ,








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: ,t. Cross dance. A masquerade theme ,
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was carried/ out in the decorationsThe I
Rainbow girls came out from

b town.and there were enough girlsto

gOo around so that every felts

had a partner: ,The music "what

made your !feet dance whether

they wanted to or not" WAS fur-

nished by the Mainside Orchestra

The Canteen Corps from Jax furnished -
f 4 J and served delicious' sandwiches
a V and' drink VaaDyke: entertained MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
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with a few imitations MOVIE: Week_1730' .and 2000; we*>nd--1430. : and 2000 t

) and good! THURSDAY .,
"SWAMP WATER with Walter Brennan.
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Remember Bob Becker, the magician NS.-
FRIDAY :
who gave you a bang-up "
DANCE: Station Band. Starts at 2030.
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good show Well, he ia coming out .
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY "
again: tonight at 1930 in the-Red
"DOWN TO EARTH," starring Rita Hayworth..
.f Cross Recreation Hill H<"> i* really -
MONDAY
giving us a "variety show" this .
"DRIFTWOOD Natalie Wood and Walter
featuring Drennan
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:1 time. The show will include an orchestra .
tTt/KSIXAY/ : AND WEDNESDAY '
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comedians singers, tap "Mktitb
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TOWN, with James Stewart
\ dancers, and magicians. Don't ..
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miss this'By
.: _,'RED STALLION," starring Ted Donaldson. ,
now we are sure all the pa-'
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.111'1... tients are getting acquainted with JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM

the Gray Ladies Ladies, Red Cross ;.

and patients< thank you for the ..*:. .. ; Shown start at 2000. .:
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/ "I don't rare if are a pLinkner, still nerd a property A.
, ', "' you you fine worlc you are doing! on the THURSDAY AND HCID/VY ',
pas wards Keep up the good work- "WHERE THERE'S LIFE," starring Bob Hope. .i. }
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we are proud to have you aboard SATURDAY .. ti t
Wanta win a prize 'N wa don't "RED STALLION," featuring Ted Donaldson 'J

me'lf'a bar of candy! All you SUNDAY ,..
have to do is pick the winners for "SWEET GENEVIEVE," with Jean Porter -.

the Saturday nation-wide football: [MONDAY AND 1UKSDAY

games: Contest sheets are distributed "DOWN 'TO EARTH," starring Rita Hayworth.
R m by Red Cro!s. You pic'c! the WEDNESDAY

-- winners and turn your sheets back "DRIFTWOOD," featuring Walter Brennan
into the Recreation Office by Friday THURSDAY

mornihg This will be run. "MAGIC TOWN," with James Stewart.
throughout the football season *
lly R A. Avrlett. ('I hM Mi s Lois Beck, head recreation OTHER EVENTS .", ..

.: New Club MembersACM.s L S worlcer, has gone to her homein '
', Knlttel. Max Dol'of: C. A. Fau- DRUMS OF DESTINY by Peter Birmingham. Ala., on two weeks BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage. ,:

' ..... blon,'C J. Ca\crzasl. P H. Hamr Bourne is an exceptionally good leave. We hope she'has fun and MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room( 1, Bldg. 913 open 1200-2100. ,

ilton. J. M. Ball: E. Fitzgerald historical novel. It is the story of we will really welcome. her backon Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays. '.,.
W. Martin L Schroeder, J. W. Duncan Stewart, a young medical 31 October. I. MODEL RACE CAR CLUB--Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900(.

Hamilton, J. Lepley, W. Boman, student who, just before he finishes Fridays. ,

J. Knapp: A. Johnson J. Wig his course, is driven from Reporting aboard recently were PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930(

gin, and F Wilson; ACRM J. England to find refuge and a new Rayford C. Llvenhood, PhM3; Thursdays. ,.-
Dot 't Chambers and F Mercer; life in Haiti. Here h, becomes the Joseph R Bingham PaJt2; William I BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation BuildingNo

ACM's S. Kelly and J. Knapp; friend of Henri Chriatophe and remains V Ardolino, PhMl; Donald 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 to 2130. ,

. CPh.M'3 C. Emerson and C Stevens with hut during his reignas E Sutton PhM2.\ ; Jacob L. Hart-:: BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut...

.' CPlioM! C. Coler; WTs J, : Black Napoleon. The book gives 'ey. PhM and Cerall A. Hays, Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after:

.. Tholl and J. Longton.; AP' H. a good picture of the turbulent life HA2 Welcome board, fellows 1500. .,' ,
Ragoii.: aat; ACOM's C. Bailey, R in Haiti during that time and also MAINSIUE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in

King. W. Jones, and H. Montgom an effective portrait of Christo- Two of our doctors hive been the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and

try; CBM F. Hicks; CTM T C, phe. detached recently Lt. (Jgi>)> James their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily Available for wedding iccept

Aduleman.; CRM's %V. Small: and THE NINE YOUNG MEN b/ A. Potter reported to Commandant tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-phCK

I' Geiger; CPtr R Rayues, Wesley McCune is (a history of the Seventh Naval District, anal nog-aph available for use of all hands ..
ACEM W PO'.vell, CETM L. Ellis; United States Supreme Court from Lt. (Jg) Richard M. Stitt had LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Build-

CSPC 1.[. Tolham, and CMM W. the time of Roosevelt's :attempt: t., orders to the Commandant of .ng No. :J. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Fiiday. Saturdayfrom

Davu reorganize it In 1937 to the appointment the Twelfth Naval District 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
SWIMMING-Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1G03
We feel that W. Hunter, ACM of Fred Vinson as Chief
rates: a 4.0 on his job of homekeepr Justice by President Truman. The Fred H Hood, PhM3, was detached to 2100 Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1JOO: ( to 2100.

in the CPO Quarter: but author alternates discussions of from the naval: service last ClOLr-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily Saturday and Sun..

a lot: of us would appreciate it if recent Supreme Court decisions week Headed for Norman Oklahoma day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing.

someone would! straighten out the with biographical sketches 'of the and Oklahoma University trunks prohibited on Golf Course t

t' tiles so you could tell who is living new justices appointed[ since 1937 we understand. Good luck, boy, ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Y there and who isn't. It's sort This is a good book for the person you'll need it! oarda and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2JOO. Located south of Ma&on
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of embarrassing for our boas to who wants to gain a better understanding Field. 1
call the quarters looking for you of this branch of our government Comdr. Lynn H. Rodenbarger TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train"

and have the desk watch inform reported aboard: on 6 October. ing Building No. 726. :

,, a him that no one by that name I Stuart. D. Ludlum has edited a Welcome, Doctor, hope you enjoy ARCllhKY-Club, located in Bldg 899, open daily from 1800to

J lives th re.Su'cssflJl. collection of GREAT SHOOTING the duty here as much as on 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200. .

n ; Small Craft Launch- STORIES. These are true storiesof Leyte. Everyone welcome. '
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: 'd InTo/ ACOM and Mrs J, A. marksmanship in. western gun NURSERY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg, 1101.
Ceresna a baby boy on 12 October battles with Indians and outlaws, Lt. Emma L. Gamble, NC, was Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2100; Saturday-0700 td

< ; to ACMM and Mrs. G. L target-shooting, hunting, and war. separated on 20 October 1947 We 0100 Sunday morning Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents

Miller, a baby boy on 10 October. In each section, the author gives understand she plans to remain: for each additional child; Card-$7 for one child; $2 for each advll-.
the background history of the in Jacksomille tonal child; Daily (for working mothers-1 from 0700 to 1800.
lash: All you happily married .
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( ? >)> CPO's-buy jour mother-in- various kinds of guns u ed. Dueling l- -- .

laws a nice big broomstick and and stunt shooting are also The new Hospital Chapel has fit. Should be a gala affair I so
acquired a Hammond Organ. The
bring her along to the big Hal included lets all get out and strut out
which in at Cecil
organ was: : use
: : lowe'en, dance the club is holding For the sportsman interested in Navy stuff There will lu
Field, has recently been installed,
on Friday, 31 October Costumes fishing, WITH FLY PLUG AND shippin' over music and everything -
and used
was : Sunday 19 October -
are not comoulsory, but costume BAIT by Ray Bergman has been .
for the fir..t time. Miss avfl V1UEfly ,
awards will be gen for the two added to the library collection. py We have another hospital patient
Dlilsdell, the organist, was, need-
best costumes. There will be two This is a comprehensive book on now. Annie K is having a
less to indeed for the
doer prizes: : favors and goad bas and trout fishing by a well- say happy tonsil-tonsilecti-ah, well, she's
d dance music with Gayle Martin informed writer In addition to change. from piano to the Hammond Jean O'Bryant, Y2c having her tonsils taken out!

,, ingmg. Because of the heavy information on the techniques and They say good things come in Ruth Shelton is also among the
",,:& Increase in membership, the practices of American fresh-wat T threes Last week it was Hammyand shut-ins, so if you don't know
,.. with the Joheeain't
" dance will be for members only. fishing, the author includes anecdotes Keeping up now Billie Stewart has taken what to do with yourself: sometime : .
Mama "False Alarm"Jones
Of cours, club members will be drawn from his own and his easy. the trip-to Georgia, that is! drop out to visit the gals.
stalled the stork from
permitted guests in accordance friends' experiences. Wonder who will be next Sadie How about those Venetian
her first rush call in till
r-- with club rules Members attendfing August Hawkins Day is in November,
In his HANDBOOK OF PERSONNEL 23 minutes blinds we have now pretty
will ha requested to present ere midnight on Papa know, so this is fair warningto
MANAGEMENT, George 'Another Boy" Jones' birthday, : you sharp, huh? Just remember
menibcrsh'p cards! upon entry. D. Halsey emphasizes methods It Oct. With the fouth son I all you gals to get your "run- pull the cord you can ads
Application: blanks will be avail- nin' shoes out and all set togo
successful
tested and found in or- James Michael and through those slots, you know.
present accounted -
able f r n n-members attending ganizations of less than three for Pa J. muttered wearily This should be a hint to The U. S. S. 722 is not only

.... J. K. (Cokey Joe) Cokefair] thousand employees, presents the about those eligible males to figure out ship-shape it'a luxury liner
something having a
ACRM and W. L. (Bill) Hollo- a _good hidin' place! '
best theories supporting these football backfield but about trying style. We have that new look
., way, ACEM, still insist they'll escape practices, and cites pertinent examples for the line- well howzabouta More WAVES are needed to Speaking of new thing, and

i; :. from the sand-crab country: from a variety of work flourishing basketball five* march in the Navy Day Parade, aren't we always, Jo BIOS lnj

without getting married HoUr situations. He covers all phases oi Lt. (jg) Edward Glenn Jones. Monday the 27th We can wear a new sparkler on her third finger '

f ;.. way has been to more service employing, orienting, training, and Structures Division Officer, A&P. our overseas hats this year instead RIGHT hand. Elite Ilarttl
schools than anyone we know. not only of top of the old bucket jobs and .
supervising per- B. J Gray have new addl
Dopt, the father, was by a
: him ih the old Pearl
Knew at
,. days sonnel management, but also of strange coincidence assisting Wil- tMienlev has \oluuteered and is tions to their numerous pogai"3SIOILV. *

when we were both Ignorant), ( thewriter day-to-day operation on section liam Glenn Jones, AMJ: also in going to wear her mascot out- Yep, those bikes belong
changed
7 never Cokey and department levels. This is an Structures Division, to obtain to them And if you can't find
Joe wants to know his monkk-
us
excellent handboolc for anyone interested duln matters the piano some day laJ.tn
Nf er is derived from his name and special liberty.. (The coincidence rheumatic fever help -
in personnel work. b round- the welfare wing. Plans are tri
being that both little Joneses any, as our patient
the
not from illegal: use of drug's11i"
'w!' Si long, folks. It's been nin' AND THE MOUNTAINS WILL were born on their fathers' birthdays ing out his ninth month in the move it there, if the doors will

.. writing fir tlm outfit While I MOVE by Miles P. Du Val is avery : ) William CSlenn: Jones' littleUughter fawpital After seven years in the g-i-v-e enough to squeeze it
readable account of the construction Gardner to into through .
sting over this mess, Lt. ( Susan Annette, was Navy, plans go
)0' was swc
Davis cf the \NAVES cilkd amiinfotiiik.d of the Panama: Canal well under the wire on her dads the real estate business when he Fool for thought Will they

it.o that ordtTri had Fri m the building of th' PanamtiiiUon birthday; Oct. 10th. is released from the hospital For do away with poultry-less ThunJdys

been received ordering me t.> IJ 1 in 1819)! t.. the present period The honor of being "Patn-nt of the record, Gardner has been a or change the dates of

Washington: for further tral\ rI' I c
to Cairo, Egypt, for duty. :Man! Gardner, Y3c, a native of,M.ine. The knot was tied in Atlanta aft- Stranger things. hive happened.

) I get the rough sea duty! NASHVILLE, Tenn, (SEA) Gardner now calls West Palm er he: and M.ai L ra Parid: :j; of *

W'iiDt) hate to leave the States but Overruling a plea of insanity .on Beach his home l Portland, Maine, both made a fly. HASTINGS Neb, (SEA)-For

l> '. of Court Judge Charles Gilbert spoke Gardner tried to outrun the Coco the real estate boom stays on been waiting for a new automobile.

'" years > : J\l'ainst: insanity pleas in general;: : I Solo, Panama, police in a. motorcycle and that the little Gardners of the The dealer finally got them, a brand

;t + Caller. "Little boy, U your "All of U3 are cray.on some subject I race The race ended when future generation are equippedwith new car but they still can't g1
mother engaged?" some roh and steal, some) fish Gardner's cycle suddenly stopped bulldozers instead of motor Sunday driving. Their licenses had

W' '. .Boy: "I ,think .the'a marrliJ" [ racid. nonce play golf." between two trees. An attack: of cycles to tear up tho landscape. lapsed in the meanwhile. ;


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IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By SteevesTm
Letters To The EditorDear
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:Editor:
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Due to the heavy traffic on Yorktown ..

Editorial Ofnct Avenue, I would like to recommend that !;

South Wing Lower Deck Bldg. 930Telephone precautions be taken to escort school children -

Extension 8184 across the street to the NAS Enlisted

r Arthur M. Green, Editor Housing Area. Children in the first grades ;

are dismissed somewhere close to the noon .
; .I
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the hour and have to ride city busses which ,

Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida and ,
U. S. have no means of stopping traffic as regu- + i it
printed commercially with appropriated funds at lar school busses do. ( "
no expense to the &government and In compliancewith I!
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December In the past I have seen several near-ac

: 1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat cidents caused by children running across

the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical this busy street. I am certain that this can

Training Center the Headquarters of the Naval be remedied if brought to the attention of I
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ot lr 'f'fri
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air the proper authority. : t/ i c

Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunnery Jiange W. 0. Hicks AMMH2c.

And the. U. S. Naval Hospital. EDITOR'S NOTE : This is the first time I I t

hear Admiral Kali,h Dari.nn! that this matter has been brought our I et

Commandant, Svnth Naval) Hutritt- attention. Your recommendation has! a great

Chief of Naval Air Advaniwl Training deal of merit to it not only on the basis of :

accidents but because of the dan- '
Captain Hubert S. Duckwoith. USN Commanding preventing i t1

Jatksvnvill Naval Air btatiun j!er to the youngsters who may thoughtlessly I I j fI'

Captain Juln F. Schumarh, USX. CnmmandingNaval dart from the curb into the path of an 1 1 I ; Y1'' 1 (r l '' r 1

Air Technical: 'Training Ctntr automobile proceeding east or west on Yorktown .
Avenue. We have two !suggestions to'' flea r i\ \ ( 1r l / 111 1 l

Captain C. )I. Scharr (MC). USN, Commanding which t !, l 11 r/
make '
U. S. Naval Hon 4 we hope may be adopted as a' rf'; 1/// al l ll rr l ((1l
result of your letter. ((1)) NATTC policecan rlt/ I' r1K

Cbti Naval Air Rt' Trmninic Unit
t> rv )
being on the alert for them around the noon

Lt. Col. T. C. M.".r Jr., USMC Ctrnmnnding hour; ((2)) A Marine or station policeman can I, ""'hadaya mean I'm on ba4'k"arIJ. How do you know which

Marine UurrixkiIX board the bus at the Main late, getting off way I want to go?" .
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each time that children alight and injuring I
Cormlr. Neil Avery. USN. 0-In-C
Naval Air Gunnery Range that they get safely across. Of course the .

mothers' can do a great deal to prevent a I CODnl11ercial Bulietin
Captain C. S. Cooler. USN. OnjmaaJ: ,
Naval Auxiliary Air btativn.: l*yell }'geld 1 tragedy by coming down to the corner Ilnlletins will IK- accepted until apace has been filial, but no

about the time the bus is due and conducting : lat.r than 1000 Tuesday. t;\t. 8230.

Cart. Alnan.lt't' M. Hearn USMC their children personally across the
Murm Aviation l -tarbmentTt I FOR SALE bargains In Green Cove J
II
t st red. .. n miles unit 211'nelnuta
JMT7: Tf't'l'apluJl4 of NAS on \1 S, 17 Room
*- $2SO thorn :.!- '}'
JAI A1E NEWS rrreivci S-hit.'i Editorial> AcHocmtlon i may cpsh. bath--Jiom $750: to $10 t'C'f'f'k
.
:5'H! Mi: Relter 4229 St
without r
terml. tf Credited mutter M hitutnl efficiency upuitmenti front
Rrpullifat.cn | .
....rnal..ion of toEA. Wai>hinictiin 2i U C. Rr txcallcn! <,f any Beaches Send Thanks 1ht( n. Good per ,week, Iwo loom apartments, i.
Rebuilt engine R :!
t.bcattoua) i. iroliibitcdt '
oibft matter, *xrt ly KHVIC 'u per week cu $40 ter month
wrtlwut ...rn>iTOl i4lD of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. f'xt. :l92. iJlf( Phyllis.' '- apartments, $14 |>*T
Messages of thanks began pouring in last 15M4 Val'ley'-Iklldson l l 74 or $50 per month Inquire, Ho
week from the beach communities which f\t Bunk\ Contact 66, Bks II f.miV! : gut-Si-Sana, Green Cove, tips Injjjt.: '
< New Moon ft. f' apailment In Lake Shore. 0 -t: -1'J
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were aided by naval personnel during the I-hllch\'d i l and ( .. Ih Stockton Street! Fhon 41-. .

t I Navy DayOn recent emergency. Grateful lesidents expressed neteimont Excellent condition& J.'\\\ ,I>f'clroomll.18 Mrs Lo"f'nOIt'ln Bans Street .

} their appreciation for the assistance Giwn Cove 8..I'ln.l.| (. fc-24r>6, Mill, Holers.UANTEI i. t

Monday 27 October, the nation wi'l rendered) by personnel of NAS Jacksonville) 70'x159't loin High. \\ >
hood growing land, some ..... from Stun' .
observe Navy Day-a day set aside each crediting the Navy with the saving of many (.o'd l nel :hbuihood. and Ed /ay.ewood Hill. to motion NAS.,
homes. dien Light. phone, ( hours ('***)> to IfvSO. bxt.
year as a tribute to the United States Navy 110th !'I.. off Michel 1
and the men who make it the greatest fighting Typical of the expressions of thanks is the 22504, MIR IA. Van as baby sitter Phone S-ytlG;. Miss'
Rollauuv bed $15 folding
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following letter received by Captain Her- ( 2245 Paik Stitt-t
organization in all history. $5. Excellent (condition furnished upaitment No pets,
.. hert l S. Duckworth NAS Commanding Officer sohet, tJJSl:! 01 see at ('II lid I'.n. Cl.nlalni'll"n: of Mm. '
From coast to coast and border to border from L. W. Minton rent Stit-et /well. phone 2.91401. J634 May- .
of the
president .
Five-piccc fixing room : '" Sllt'f't..obt .
newspaper headlines will proclaim the Jacksonville Beaches Lions Club : new Phone 5-tM4-M >druom apartment In Murray
event radio will call attention to Baby bu ICY deluxe or Riverside fiction For three
; programs "The Lions Club of ,
the Beaches thanks Chief Combs Irill. Ext. 8154 Ml!'s Stnir _
the growth of this branch of our fighting vou and the young men under your com- Luggage I at'COI\ top, of or three ttediKim unfuinl.h *il '
/-446S. Ltebb >ule or "pailm nt. Need l it within
farces from the of John Paul Jones to
days mand for the help generously and untiringly LiKtlefi M( the present era of gun-less battleships, supersonic lions twotoods.. Good '* ulf'nl'ohIJlJ/t'r
given to the Beaches dining the
Contact GiKtilh ext.
emergencyol children to care for In private
aircraft, and rocket-piopelled]] guid- the past two weeks. Hancotk St, NAS. ,me. Daytime, mf'aill.t'. Kxt. $
td missies. Table model tadln, $16: ) MM A, H Smith 1014 Bailln
: "Your help saved many of our homes. phonogii, with speaker l t.. NAS
the watches the .oniMtlon! J. Lots. 1447B to Dallas Texas >-1in>.
And as public parades, You have exemplified) the true spirit of NAS. ,, cir\n!
"\InJon/ or about 1 Nov 11)47.
,visits ships and shore stations, and waves Americanism which makes our country so Maxkio 16mm l'flmf'.n. ... 26050 Miss Maltha Buker a'
miniature flags it will bring to mind the tion KM KV, h J. ( I Veinon *' r'f' '::
t. ,
zrea 165 h p. Klnnei; to 01 In vicinity of lndlHna4>ll4 Y
ups and downs the Navy has had during its I "Again we thank vou." hlllnd n\A. Contact R. Chicago, c>n 7 01 R Nov Will !
ACMM Instrument .
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expenses and driving J, hi.
colorful history. From humble beginnings ('xl. 8367l >nch, ext 458.

.with $100,000 appropriated by the Con- ., !)3h mlClnltlm'd.t'I"Hudson deluxe\' clean.. I MISCELLANEOUS

tinental Congress for the construction and out lo'I.II..nt'radio fur the opening of the Yukon
Dice reasonable, IA 'aut\ Salon 5685 Roosevelt Blvil,
equipment of a naval force, the Navy i cached I. 2<*, ,. dare to Ed Whites Unlrm fit
its peak strength: during World War II Maple platform locker. Everything new and modern:
i ed, $10: lowly Riay }o;. T Cook1'EKSONAI.S. "
:when nearly four million men and women :News andVieuss romStatioi baby t'unlaJt'; $15: }

wore the Navy blue and thousands of ships with leg; heatei matching$30/ :(cheat complete$ 1'lolhf'I'.ln-Jilw of Miss Thlma ..r;

and planes covered the globe, bearing the fJHt: ; Mis" Ditvls (, and! Mill Eddie: Bowman tif''
1942 4i Itarley- asked to get In touch with the
Stars and Stripes to all corners of the dC' Excellent condition <'nior Chaplain for an Impuilant 1 ',
tarth. Dave SItcks. Jax Air aJf': C
Every day is Navy Dnfor those to whom Two fl2iO tllt'f'Ifolat'EnEtian It's."S .
However the growth not smooth and
was his greeting is addressed. To the citizens KIMM! ('(Jnd Itlon, :LHJ" Cross Denies
continuous. After the Revolution, not a iiih. Greene, ext. 8184 ,
of our country, the Nais a possession-- 45M Blount A\f. Of Selling
armed vessel sailed under colors
single our noi .
theirs for the protection of principles and
and it wasn't until the Barbary pirates' Out I circulating heatei At Beach ;
,
eights that are sacred and essential. It is H.ml Like! Jlt.w. K\t:
repeated: attacks on our shipping and the 2-75W5 Mi lUnlnKlon, :it'
for tribute them that our hope that it is a possession of which HIoIl: Nash "6dO'( four-dnor :' that the IJed! Cross +;,
to
necessity: paying they are proud. It und make offei mtB sold sandwiches' coffee, and -:
realized the need for Road NAS. Chief .' I '
this
country a Navy. refreshments to Navy and
For us who wear its uniform, the Navy k2Kpleie<. !I
Alternately, in the years that followed)) the is both our business and our home. Our l(>- dining u.om suite | workers during the recent
and weak again depend- thulis china cabinet : at the loaches were
Navy grew strong business is to be faithful and worthy trus- neat covt-is, to tit 4071 lx> as "utterly without foun
ing on the mood of Congress the President, of Call Lawson, 5-7685, ( Allen G. Scarbrough '
tees every obligation and privilege en- and 17U by
and the people. One of the most critical trusted to us by the owners. This gives each Three looms of ,: Director here The (hargea
periods followed World \Var I when we new, only year old 1'.1< made to the City Manager
uie of us the opportunity of making it the at TO 1:'>B Dewey Park Jacksonville Beach
scrapped more than a million tons under 1700 Fxt 312, Kedaki' Scarbrough
)best Navy on earth by individual loyalty and .
\-. suits of chief blues I ,
Limitation of
the of !
terms Washington
dependability in everything we do. The Navy Pan Parker Juan, Axe Phone ; 1 [ subsequent invrstigatiiin:, by

Aims Treaty. is our home because the happiness of our Llvlnv room suite. divan, City Manager disclosed that
The Navy emerged from the doldrums fora families is closely related to the quality of chair Make offer, '' Individuals had taken ail.
Ha muck St. NAS of the situation and hail ,
strong rebirth under President Franklin our service and our achievements ; becauseof Compute 1047 edition of food to volunteer workers .
1). Roosevelt who, during World War I, was Picture Home En"\' Field Director
friendships we make that can be described Vunon Phone 2.&!> Assistant Secretary of the Navy. He embarked only by a word from the language of seagoing rooms. of furniture, I profiteers had no connec. .
hardwood txdicrim set. with the Rid
Cross he add-
which resulted in "
upon a program ; men, shipmate ; and it is our home because Inf room t'LoI Sh'' ping
the re-establishment of a Navy capable of Fadlficf J. a, 1447H f
t under the influences of these, the NAS American Red ("toss does r
meeting any foe and which carved such an whole Navy becomes one large family where Fever "J'*" tmm have anvthinp: to sell) and Is

enviable record during World War II. 1he interest of one is the interest of all. ciiiivlnv and' splicer IHW, dayllyht Hell & \ '\ ready. to htlp, when drsas. I,

It's a long long time between the Constitution Navy Day reminds us of these truths and t-creen. All Rttun: 3 items ext for( :! I i iCorndr strikes-Starbr-ugh- dtdared.

the Constellation, the Bon Homme furnishes a fitting occasion for the renewal 1947 deluxe p
$:J JZiehard and the Yorktown the Lexington cf our determination to keep close to all Jl'Kl) And other -

the Saratoga, and the Franklin. Many, many those things in our lives that make us Jax List :rdrJ piUfs, .. i't.N 2H8, ( I I e ;

years separate Thomas Trilxton, Stephen strong individuals and competent sailormen.Our Ilegan
James Lawrence David I'OU RENT the Station Chip?!., Birrain.hnia
Decatur Farragut religion, our sense of moral values, our I Road and Muslin ATCIIB.

and Chester Nimitz, William llalney, and duty to our family, our loyalty to our ship VIII ilec chute, very home convenient with 1\\to PrvUnUnl _

other present-day naval leadeis. But the mates, our pride in the uniform and the tra- line Phone. 26138, Mrs, 30-NATfl I OYt'r "IV"C inai>lHln A. C. s 1

same spirit, the same proud traditions live ditions for which it stands, and our patriotism Double-'1M6. room Mrs. with J. Stephens single 'neriil lain) K Wornhi L. S rvw._Cbp-

on. No matter what the future holds in to our country march l before us, with all fellow, ..Murphy.title. ,.

store, the U. S. Navy will rise to the oc- that they symbolize, that we may salute Double prlviiekea.loom with Also dinette' --Mai Maa. ....

The of unselfish devotion them (,I'(.*K, 4567 Pout SlriftRo MUM.
<';u ion. spark service again with gratitude and the pledgeof 'in. Newly furnished. hll-
O.ta.wr Nursery for small)
to duty, and patriotism burns as biightJy our .. with InneiKpilnpt dren Is nalntaliwd bt-tw ** gash l' ')
fidelity.Chaplain enLi'anea, tub !and ""' and 1200.
) as ever. William N. Thomas ritut hone 7-4:.!21, U) w ,









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.i!::: I Division--by Fred --- .. 1 : "

_ ';1I 'r-, E'dyne--This last week-end was
,. the one for the naval reservists of Waterman says he can alwaystell 1
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Englnf'uing.'layne Morvia, an when a new grandbaby is coming .
'..,:, II> "ex-mad house fugitive" trom to sot! ,.-one in the Instrument
"Paul Carman's University," was shop. He wonders if the ''mothers
. ; visiting A&R Monday. It seems as and fathers get as excited as the
though he fell of a truck. I reallyI grandmothers. All we can bay la
> I I think that's his personal story. get married and see for yourself.We .
Any old radios for sale ? Just wonder what made Mastersso

r suggest to Eugene Humpal that thirsty that he had to get up
you have one, and he will probablybuy at 11 o'clock one night to go get
; : it sight unseen a bottle of beer. Was he dreaming,
f Iy..tt r a Libbya Boyett came to work Mr (Granny) Jones has had to
I! Monday of last week with her hair level his house. He said he was
I up on top. Woo! Woo! tired going up hill from the frontof

,; '.- What do ;you know, Buzz Ga- his house to the back.
mache came to work on Monday The Ordnance Shop has some
i I morning last week. Just imagine! good fishermen, as two of them

Mad House Tracy" was downin caught one last Saturday.
the mouth, or I might say he We found out why there were
was literally tied in a knot last so many long faces in our shop
:.m week, when he played with Chas. last week. It was because the efficiency -
;'),: __ Littlejohn's touch football team. ratings went down. Don't
tth I Swivel Hips Littlejohn" he was worry, folks, it is only that we are
i ._ I known as. By the way, he's back getting peace-time rates again.
4 v New Board i of' his cruise, with the Navy now Your supervisor still thinks you
a :; Now that Mary Lee Daniel is on are just as good a worker.
'f\;'" i1 --. % s R. 1>. I'lNNKY of the Avi- I her vacation in New York, she Plant) h'I"'lon-by Walt Flet
: Zd.M ation Training Department was I can't say much about what is put cher-The Plant Division is indeed
named president of the Em- i., the Jax Air News about. hi>rfulf. proud to relate that they have

9_: t' 91 1 f' ployees Association by the The fact that you have a among their midst Chief Pugh,
A; 4 q,ry ;a i eg Board of Directors last weekat house full of in-laws couldn't be who is building to scale a model
1 I E a meeting to install thenewlyelected the reason for the trip, could it? railroad.
directors. In the Just kiddin'.
Malita Payne gave me the word
photo at left, retiring presidentJ. Ac'c.t'! 'WrlfOi nh'I..lon-By Doro- and a cigar,: (good one, too last
r S. Pagan of .A&R congrat- thy :M. Williamlwn-Friends of C. week that she 'had been raised up
"V ulates his successor. (Above) D. Johnson will regret to learn of the ladder of success and had won,
New and retiring members of his death. A former employee of besides the raise, two large,: base-
the board pose for their por- the electric) shop, he was well liked ball bets. Carry on and keep
trait following the election of by everyone. Our sincere sympathygoes punching, Malita.

officers. They are, top row, left to his wife and small children. P, L. Reichenbach, <,carpenterint.
::1f to T. F. Andreu J. S.
right Those for the Armv
: leaving us ( ), of the Joiner Shop, at last
Fagan. Earl Wysong, R. K. Field in Macon Georgia, are:' E. J. received a medal for which he
Brown, F. R. Gardner (retiring -
Noble) Foe Philips. McMullen, waited 29 years. It was given for
I I. J. F. Nettles (retiring), Hughes Harris, and others. Imag- the occupation of Germany afterWorld
a F. S. Gannaway I retiring), F. ine leaving the Nafor the War 1. (The W. D. must
t. Warren, and R. D. Pinney:
!
Army have hated to part with it).
bottom row, C. G. Hart, A W H. A. Garrett hat a worried look Comdr. Gullaksun, being some

,j jf Bennett, and L B. Eubanks. on his face the last few days. His what of a linguist, seems to be the
; reason is that he doesn't know if only one who knows what Mumbles -
I the hurricane that hit Savannah, the new character from Dick

: Ga., blew his peach blossom away, Tracy, is saying to his cohorts.An .
/ .. Y.tf ilSUppl'l or not, but he intends to go and added ditty from Gabriel
.5 see this Saturday.Ruth (good news.tonight) Clyne is thata
Jones is a grandma again. certain friend of his called
,
{ wh rr:: = This time it is a girl. Congratulations "Steady" is becoming more steady!

:. SALLIES than the Rock of Gibraltar.Jim .
ItI Sawyer was seen escortingsome :
n INSIDE V.I.P.'s around the different
shops the other day. One was Mr.
'Q I Heckman, Chief Engineer of the
PUBLIC WORKSJennie Bureau of Aeronautics.

VACATIONS: We hear via Lola Personnel and Administration

Lyon that one of the former Sup- Kopec reports that the By Hot DirkMinThe sad news'! in
Transportation Section was sorry Personnel is that Lt. Triplett is being -
ply-eis, Anna Conrad, is vacation-
who
lose Barrow
to Grace resignedlast
Transportation Pool Established detached at the end of this
ing In the Pennsylvania' moun. week to return to her home in
month for points west. We're certainly -
tains. She plans to be in Jackson- Atmore, Alabama. At the same
going to miss Mr. T.
For Station VehiclesAll you, ,
"; ; Passenger ville for a short time during the time, they welcomed the returnof and have enjoyed working with
Spring Shirley Collier ( Procurement Chauffeur J. F. Anderson who Please don't forget and
All vehicles you. us
assigned
passenger had been absent for six months be-
) plans to spend her va-
back. We
to individual departments at hurry wish you all the
or cation Webster and Melbourne, cause of an injury. Transportationalso luck in the world.
NAS withdrawn early this
were 4 Florida. She expects to attend the welcomed] a potential employee
'
Mrs. Snowberger is all smiles
week in connection with the establishment -
// wedding of her niece In Webster as B. L. Davis reported the birthof these days 'cause Jack is getting
: of a central passenger lb. born 14 October.The .
vehicle The was :Marvin ftighsmith (Procurement an 8'a girl out of the service
pool. step
{) ': made to reduce maintenance cost 'I ) vacationed in Tampa Wanda proud Lea papa Davis.In .has named. her Marjorie Pie is out sick. We wish
:",,, and to obtain maximum use froma Frank Williams (Inventory) goes you a speedy" recovery.
minimum number of vehicles. SALTY HUMOR FROM on military leave for two weeks the Design and Engineering Johnnye Williams, alias her new
beginning tomorrow Mrs. Kate Division Lecy Denmark reports married name, is back looking
t Operating 24 hours a day the HERE AND THEREThe Hunt (R & 0.1) has returned to that the division is happy to learnof quite chipper.Doris .
> pool will furnish vehicles and drivel her home after a visit to Durham, the election of one of their White has been out on the

q for station and off-station barber rot of great experience N. C., where her daughter is attending fellow employees, N. C. Farmer, to sick list! too.
y trips upon the request of the departments. had been giving his ('Ultomer's !'-I Duke University. She is the Presidency of the Engineers' Ask Pappy Warren how he pot
In making the request chin a rough time for a ".taking post-graduate work there. Professional Club. The divisionwas the name of "glamorboy"Var-
i the passenger's name anddepartment few minutes I We also hear that Mrs. Hunt is glad to welcome back two of ren? .. .',
!e<.. the time and ?y
place "Wait." said the customer" handing in her resignation becauseof its ailing members this week, Mr. r
the vehicle is to report, the destination -
"Have another razor?" her mother's illness.CONVALESCENTS. Eckels and Miss Connie Hecht.In .
the purpose of the trip "Sure you" said, the barber. ?" : It Is the Maintenance Section, Model
wait Why : goodto Race Car
and whether the driver must .
r Mary Rodgers states that Chuck
"Well," said the victim "IgutfiB know that Beulah Wise's father I
all bet
'i ; the return must
for trip
I to have able to leave the and Sears, snapper electrician has resigned -
ought a meansof was hospital Meet Scheduled
furnished to the dispatcher.Under
;
: defending mypelf." is back at home with his family after working over six
.. the system vehicles will We are encouraged to learn years' here to join Radio Station
I wait 15 minutes for on-station Joe: "What Columbus'greatest that Mrs. William Ward (Ship- 11'1tlBR.1'alker Crevasse was gladto Here 1 & 2 Nov.
,...\ return trips, and ninety minutes was?" ping) is gradually: improving. welcome Geneva Lloyd back to
,-.f"' on off-station return trips. If a discovery This is for her his time unit from Cecil Field. Another miniature race car
Moe: "That even a queen will good news many meet has been scheduled at NASon
longer waiting period is required, The curtailment of activities at
friends in who
a Supply are sincerely
hock: her jewels for a sailor 1 and 2 November at the sta
the passenger will have to call for interested. NAGR also resulted in the returnto
,'7", another vehicle to ('omtand pick the electric) shop of R. Benedictwho tion's 1 16th of a mile oval located -
him up when he Is ready to return "It's the little things in )ifo JIOMKS: Marie Nieset's (Inventory had worked here previously.And at the corner of Yorktown
'- that tell said the ) house' is fast reaching com and Mustin Avenues. The meet is
;,\ to the station.! sweet young at least we can report thatN.
Vehicles be drawn by thing, as the pulled' the kid brother pletion. You should see! the latest C. Revels can smile again. His slated to start at 1200 Saturday,
may
) cut from behind gadgets being,: installed to insure continue until dark, and then
calling the dispatcher" at extension the sofa Alma Mammy, Florida, finally won reconvene -
"comfort deluxe", It's ideal.
really a game. F. H. McKinley, who also Sunday morning The
375 at time of the day
any She and her husband of
or night for necessary' official "Sailors," paid the Chaplain the there thought I served a term there, was equally wind-up is set for sometime! Sunday .
"the subject of my sermon todayis spending night duringthe happy and optimistically states afternoon.
government business trips if authorized -
., but since the front
storm, Several clubs from the southeastern
'Liars. How many in this that he thinks his hair will start -
heads department
by department door wasn't in at the time
officers, chapel have read the 69th chapter theywere growing again now that his foot- area have already noti-
'J., transportation : afraid of draft Mrs.
a fied the club of their
of Matthew? ball worries are over. And, while acceptance
O.O.D.Personnel .
or the Ir Nearly every hand went up. Musette Neville (iR. & 0.), Victor speaking of football, don't forgetto of the invitations extended to
tt "You are just the people I wantto Frees Procurement( and Mrs. see Jax-Navy play NAS Pensa- them, and another successful
Invited To preach to,',' continued trr.j Flemming Procurement( ) lost no cola Saturday night at the Gator meet is envisioned.The .
time in arriving at Jacksonville club which will
Chaplain. "There Is no such Bowl. Jax-Navy ,
Attend Gala Carnival chapter ; Beach to reinforce their propertywith The 7ND Contract'Supervisor, D. play host for the meet, has hopes
f sandbags" during the recent S. Colwell, is resigning in the immediate that one of its members may
.. .)J-'' Service personnel" from NAS "There's only one thing wrong "blow. However, we are glad to future to go into private break a woild's record during the
were invited to attend tomorrow with me, blondie, I'm color report they suffered no appreciable industry. The department will miss meet. This member is Chief
t ; night's Hallowe'en Carnival blind." ) property loss' Martha'stone Mr. Colwell) not only for his services George Hubbard who recently .
.'., ", In Ortega, f-ponsored by the Ortega "Boss' you sho' is,"* ( of the maids) garage was but because of his warm per- turned in the unofficial speed] of
struck and burned.
Methodist Church. by lightning sonality and! kindly wit. 109.66 for a quarter mile on a
No admission will be chargedfor Several sailors went Into Ship's They are hoping to rebuild within In the Ad Bldg., Betty Johnson sixteenth mile track in a prototype :
the carnival which will feature Service one day. The clerk behind the near future. took the wise boys for a ride by : car. The present: world's record -
a costume parade, games, the ccunter was seated com Mary Anne Freelan (Receiving) I betting un> Florida even over North for this is 108.46. Marvin
music and prizes. However, food fortably. They waited. She didn't was married on the 10th of Octo- Carolina State last Saturday. She Young, also of the Jax-Navy club,
and oft drinks will be sold to come to wait on them. Finally, ber, the ceremony being performed won't have to buy a Coca-Cola for has been consistntly turning in
those' desiring refreshment. one of them asked: "Can't you I in the 1'iotrstant Chapel on the the rt'st of the year"t' also speed around the 107 mph markin
The carnival will)) be staged: In wait on us?" I base. She was with the Supply Department thought Frances Theus was a rabid the spur gear class, and he isexpected

.) Cortez Park at Baltic and Cherokee "Can't you come in some time for approximately five football fan until she confessedthat to bolster the team's
Stieets. when I'm standing up?" she replied years, and best wishes are extended : she went to hear the band chance for victory.
I Indignantly to her from her lends. play at half time. But the prize Twenty trophies will be awarded

;A', A Scotchman wrote to the editor The Inventory Division welcome boner of the week was pulled byJ. in all, ten in the spur gear
of a magazine to wain him "Tummy, why are you scratching a new empleyee, Gladys Hart, in II. Lee and Pete Capps-they class and ten in the proto type.
that if publication did not stop yourself) the capacity of clerkstenographer.She bet on a game last week that There will also be a special Jax-
y. printing Scotch jokes he would "No one else' knows, whore: 1 has already>en extended a"hearty" had been played a week prier. Lee 'Navy club trophy awarded to the
stop borrowing the magazine. Itch." i. welcome: won ; high-point man in the club.


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.JAX #2R NEWS Navy B'D.III' gingSeD I Royce .Stoenner-

NIWA1.'AIR TECHNICS
TMINIiVG CrWTER:
Head ForHalloween
Captain JuU F. Schurr eher, Spook
USN bi ii,
lommendinl- AI Allo JlIIB'lch,'

Commander Robert Executive\ P. B"etw. USN Dance

"I have only the highest praise and commendation for I Royce Stoenner will preside as.

Lt. Public fiul 1 F.Information Brtlk-y: !, (Offu ChO.*>r.j .USN the sailors that participated in the Navy Labor Battalion in leading spook on October 30th in \ Ir'

<} ') -AJvinoe to Jx Aft Nw saving property at Atlantic and Neptune Beach. I have never the it NATTC Auditorium at, 2000..
"11" ; the AT.TC..bllo 'en
,
E.Ut.1rlt Otrie. for NATTC Section Room. 1JT "",1 lit, had! a more orderly or cooperative group of. men than those >I>l i4U "under way. All ,hamtaflnd r
,," AJmirUtratloa Bail at, 500-A.( til. Ent. SOU picked for Labor Battalion on the sevyjithl eighth,'twelfth ;ih ,this danq t>, ,their

'' j *, Editor and fourteenth of O toher" '. d. .' *.i. .' '.. pals ar" iktOg1( ; Royce' fet cnjrimiya -
.. Arthur T. KouUomkalU, Sl. :1t S
'ft a'rep
t ,Thus Lt. (jg) Baker summed up j : performance
I .. N"w..wrlter the Aviation Fundamental Labor winds !and riin; further. break, afteflhia( I September!* 5th. appxMrMtf ; -
Robert J. Wehlio. Sl. Battalions' efforts in saving civilian thmughd occurred in th '6ea. wal|| rwl'Hm' ase.! ".'"

property !at the beaches by and Lt. (jc> Baker took 54 meta in 1 !lifJw get thisCJvtUan' clothes
WriterL.
D Spuds Momtsth Sl\OM: leentorcing the sea-wall Atlantic Beach to reenforce the I will I Iw authorized' ; 'for' splinted\ '

When the highest tides ever recorded wall from Sixteenth to Seventeenth men If a uniform ,is: "preferred.
..
All Phatetraph an official CJ S NAvy rh"t"It"h." made hF NAS .
Sts These worked without
Photo Lab end Av. i broke through the sea wall at At- from 2200 the twelfth, to 0930 or undress Whites with l neckerchief : -

lantic and Neptune beaches civil the thirteenth .' i plrLs have Ken. Invited

,,. ian authorities from Jacksonvilleand As on all other working parties: from the local Jacksonville Clubi
."= ry ,. the Beach! Towns, requested food and medical aid was sent with and tUfre.will: ( be !lancing'trt- I

that the Commandant of the the Battalion from the NATTC ners lill.t} nty. l, ::' t

Seventh Naval District send aid to Galley and Dispensary -- >F'p.tJ1e, pause that refrGahesduf'ti& :
the stricken areas. The Aviation Neptune Beach: repotted a !serious ] ,the' Intermission l "Cokes."
break-through in their sea wall: I
which had
Fundamental School popcorn cookies au<| potato
1 rI Oct. 11 and Lt. Dill Lt, ) \
+ on (Jg will
previously been designated as the chips > be "provided by ,.Weltarf -
Labor Battalion for this district, Johnson and Chief' Mach. Michaels ?. flans have been, made' to
I within 30 minutes of notification, rushed 148 men to North St. and deqorafce the ,Auditorium so. ;:thatit
rushed: immediate aid to Atlantic reenforced the Pine St. area from will closely resemble l a Witches i\ I
TO DO' WHERE TO I I I
GO f
I and Neptune{ Beach North to Bay Streets. us.o, ; / ,. III\.
The Av. Fun working party &
On October 7, headed by Lt. Dill I Jitterbugsand Waltzers, Will
was responsible for saving un- ', .
and Lt (jg! > Baker a working I find hit competition for prizes! :
MOVIE SCHEDULE party of 102 men set up headquarters counted thousands: of dollars of in the; :Jitterbug .and; Waltzontests -
Well 50000
at Atlantic Town Hall and, private property. over and It Is unanimous( 3Lhit
NATT at once, began sand-bagging and sand: bags were filled and positional I this Stoenner, man has ten mjghl-y
by the sailors sent to give
mellow musicians
to Hack his
reenforcin; the sea wall from Second uji
TlUTaSDAY-BLACK GOLD starring Anthony Quinn and to Sixth streets. These men aid Numerous homes were saved sweet trumpet. : ,
Katherme DeMille, Shows at IHO and 2015 from complete disaster and many
left NATTC at 1400 and worked Remember this gala occiiionNATTC : ;
1 more were aveJ; from the threat: I
.. straight through to 0100. Auditorium;' 2000, and
: FR1t.tV
: ASH SATURDAY HER
HUSBAND'S AFFAIRS, of floods caused by high waves Stoenner's "Band Civilian\
tvlttt Franchot Ton and Lucille Ball Shows at 1730 and 2013 on On October S, Lt. Dill and Lt. The efficiency and success of the clothes Rovtt will be : order for
Friday 1400 1730 and 2015 on Saturday (Jg) Johnston took another 19S detail can be credited to the officers -: listed: in en-
personnel
:
men to Atlantic Beach at 1200 chiefs and Ships Company .
F; .\Y-RIDE THE PINK HORSE, with. Robert. .Montgomery. noon and resumed work on the sea of the Aviation Fundamental
'
tend; Wanda Hendrix. Shows at 1730 liB: '20L5: wall from Atlantic Boulevard: to School, while the thanks for the Sr. Medical Officer

Twelfth Ave. These men worked the
hard labor in behalf of people
)10Nn.ASH TUE>'
DVY- WHERE THERE'S; LIFE, starring
through to 0100 the morning of of the Beaches to the stu- 1
Dob Hope and Signe Hasso, Show at 17,JO and 2015. goes Receives Orders After
the ninth, before completing the dents of the Av. Fund. School who

WEDNESDAYRED STALLION property\ saving work. I accomplished the hurculean task
with Ted Donaldson and Robert -
Paige Shows at 1730 and 2013 On the twelfth, abated by high of fighting off the sea. One Year At fIA'JCAfter

'
THURSDAY-SWEET GCNEVIEVE starring Jean I'orteland a span of just one tear _,.
and four days, the Senior Me lcal
lmmy Lydun.
_. :
THE WORD. Officer at NATTC, Captain C.IW.!
Dickinson <4MC1> was officially detached -
.
.
THINGS TO BO-&BOARD last week prtor to reporting -

] to NAS Lakehurst New ,Jersey -
FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL
FLEET'S IN-Open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg 517. __ for further duty as a Flight

Sandwiches and snacks available All roads led to the VFVV Club House last Friday j Surgeon Captain Dickinson r.',
at MATT
ported J.o'jt: mvilf'f m
KOWLJNO J( alley in Ship Service avail jf. night as over, i hundred and! twenty members of the Division -- p .. -- ---"'-
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday
,
and their met for first Division
17002130. League games have priority. guests our party in
The and entertainment lasted from 7:30
NATTC LlliKAlU: Located In AuditorIum. a year. dancing :

Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to with the arrival of Messrs. Michael and Fields to the wee

2100. Wednesday 1230 to :2100. Saturday and Sunday small hours of the morning.. (Att'n Mrs Wolfe) : It was

1230 to 2100. I universally agreed that everyone --
finally closed the Joint it wa-
had a good time and let down I
readily agreed that these affairs A .1 YJfit
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, their hilt with the exception of should be had more often

Physical Training Department Bldg. 51:1.I : Mr\ Baker rand\ Chief Farlow The only thing to mar the aft"t
whose reason li obvious
effects of the party was the fa 't
NIS-na.cqueta and ball available at Physical There are probably as many that the Area Chief Map.s, A

1 raining: Bldg 513. versions of the party aa there TAF lad, Arrived in the baruul k +
was people but a few of the facts at 0707 the next morning to hold

that everyone mentioned the next Reveille. There were a few ot the
day 111 try to put down: in some boys he couldn't bother like "Wa.
semblance of order. First of alla tor Boy Doyle who was already I
Pool. Daily, Monday through Jt\ I
hearty thanks to the Committee -
up and Eddie Powell who rtldn't i
Friday-1800 to 2000. Saturday-0300 tQ 2100;
headed by Chief Farlow and come in until nearly! eight but it I
Sunday-1300 to 2100. assisted Mastrocco
by Stradley was disturbing to some of u.*.
and Smith who not only made
A lone touchdown early in the
GO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's all the arrangements but also second period was all the scoring
Service in Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230 Sponsored worked the night of the shindig the Hellcats needed this week to 13 October 1910 and was detached

by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds for the Nur- making sandwiches for the band chalk up their third victory, p-0, 17 October 1917
to eat "Dynamite" Ulrich was The Captain has of (Bourse had
ery. With a little less mud and L on-
there offering to take on anyone ard oaside, (okay Phillips) ,the a long and varied career with the
I
who didn't like the party (although boys would have had at lea3t Naval Service. Before coming to

\V.IEBE TO GO-ASHORE he claimed later on he two more touchdowns as they NATTC, he was Senior MedicaL

knew he'd have no takers) while raced over and around the Bear Officer at Brooklyn, N, Y., Navy
SALVATION ARMY: CLUB, formerly at 122 \\'. Forsyth Street Lyons, Mahoney'! Leonard entertained Receiving Station.
la now located at 900 Liberty Street 200 Bed Dormitory which includes in the corner booth witha cats.After Back in 1911 Captain Dickinson -
locker and shower, $50. A snack bar breakfast, lunch and medley of old Irish songa. Atkiruj a march of some sixty was on duty at NAS Pearl
yard, went around
right
short orders served at reasonable prices.. McFarland even showed up andit Harbor and was scheduled to leave
end for our only score and Beck
is claimed that his status as for Wake Island on December 8.
\\IIERC TO GO AisIIOICt;: NCCS Club at Church and Newnar missed his first conversion of the
President of the Houn' Dog( Clubis With the war breaking out on December -
Streets Club open daily from 1700 to 2300 Saturdays, 1200 to 2100 in jeopardy "J. J." Sennetthad year. Outstanding on the defense I 7, his orders were hastiM i .
Sundays 10UO to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdaysand the honor of opening all the were Richardson: Hinton and cancelled and he stayed at Pearl
Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday.Too beer cans and to the wondermentof Bayliss with all the boys combining Harbor for 10 more months.
to do
a bang-up job. It'sa
all, "R. Ben" Stradley walked toast to the team want- The Captain is a Flight Surgeon
Much "SMklmie" Dangerous, Say MD's off with the contest for the larg- well, "Here's mud in you !" dating back to August 1, 1941 in
your eye
est nose winning out over such Pensacola, where he completed his
(AI'1' )-The New York Academy of Medicine recently prominent snoots as Bobby Beh- Graduating with the highest flight surgical course. ,,ar
sent uu advance copy of an important speech It began: iends c. t "Bananas" Mastrocco honors in Class 07 this week are Captain Dickinson will be r
"Bed rest has been aicu cd of contributing to or causing (Your t-u.or; thinks this contestwas G. R Bartlett and T. D, Spence placed by Captain Frank I't'J'J'

phlebothrumbosis, pulmonary embolism, hypo..tatic pneumonia, a lix), A civilian, "Henry"* both of whose final marks topped Latham (MC.
decubitis ucers, constipation, myasthenia, osteoporosis and I'ord and Smitty's mother won 85 per cent. Congratulations to -- -
These serious but editor them and the clays aj a whole The new dusted
the
jiephrohthiaau art. obviously::: charges the door prizes your messenger
To wh.ch we muttered, Obviously.." will agree that this was on the up for the showing they made herein officer's desk, wiped off the

"'t' strained through the re+t of the speech which told of and up. The entertainment was the school chair, arranged;: his books and

actual ttsta; made to prove or disprove the charge and now given by a group of ;youngsters The Ship's: Sf'fh.u instituted tidied up generally' -eve.wlhine

we are happy to be able to report that it's ok<*y to stay in bed t rom a Music School in town a new pulic fur selling was! tip-top eec'pt the dck,
-up to about ten days. After that, we must warn you, "rather and really highlighted tha evening more masazmis ths week Wall "Sailor," Hid the officer, "was

serious efftit:* b" came minifest. I When Bdhrenrtj and Ibnll the_new .open_ _. raUts. n't this deck Htt'ept?"
-- "No
--
-- -- admitted th2
-- < fillo.
"No WHAT"' growled the officer
_ STALEMATE UyIIaroldJonesSl I Inhibition / ( ,

t sailor"No broom," answered the-


The NavVs ol3y- ,
ry i JI When vcu have a drag;
But I'd trade it all

To be a \\'A VES'a dog tig'I .
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( .\"'J',. -The war-time s rKC -

habit of scrawling "Free"in
the rigs t hind: corner of envelopes .
1 Q
will come to a halt at .,
the end cf the year The Post

Office Dcpt. has' announcedthat :
\441; Decenher 31 is the scheduled

date for termination{
[ service .
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I : MIX IT UP' I Ix
m mm liii i v :- .. .. ..ttl H_ r I
,,1. I Tigers Tie, Bulldogs


N a N t ik 1


roar, : For Stunning. Upsefi

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I I Game Ends In 6 To 6 Tie As
SS
e ; Brittain And Beard Score TD's


With a 6-6 tie score. and the moral victory of having1

", momentarily halted the Bulldog) Baseball Machine, the TEA

MAD-TAM Tigers left the NATTC gridiron Tuesday. A cloVe,

.. 1 '. 4 r hard fought first half precluded the two touchdowns, madein
t.; the third and fourth quarters. !

.t Bulldog co-captains, Gibson and Giacalone, lost the tossto
: t' Tiger skippers Del Grieco and
','. McCormick, and kicked off to the time did not interfere, Brit tain
I:'I\\ h went over for the score. The extra
Tiger 32. The Tiger first three attempts I
10 gained little yardage and a point was stopped and the score

kick by Henningsen sent the ball was 6-0.
'; : : to the Bulldog 10. The Ordnance I The Tigers received the ball. on
Bulldog team clicked off two first their own 42 and went for a new'
downs one on a Collins-Glacalone set 'of downs on the Bulldog 44
hY pass, before being halted by a fum- The Tigers kicked to the 20 when
: ble on the Tiger 45. With third |'they failed to advance the tall,
and 30 for a first and ten a high ; and then the Bulldogs were forced
kick by Gibson went to the to punt back on their fourth down.

p.A Tiger 30. I The Bulldog, kick went outside on
a 4 On the Tigers third down with their own 31 and with less than
two yards to go, there was a fum- seven minutes left to play. Millerin
ble on an intended I everl>e. The a pass attempt, went high in
y hqi Bulldogs recovered and it was fir stand the air and was rushed He ttlll
10 on the Tiger 34. A run to managed to get off a cork-frcrtw
I II the Tiger 20 made it first and 10 pass to Beard who went over for
I the T. D. The kick for extra point
again and on the third down, with
'! 1A four yards to go the that quarter I I went wide and the game was all
ended. tied up at 66.

I' The Tigers took over on downs In the remaining minutes of the
and were forced to kick to the game both teams were fighting
Ordnance 49 and Darby toted the desperately to score the winning
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points and both teams passed and
t:" failed to connect. The Ordnance-
l Tucsday-Oct. 28 i men possessed the ball on the

I Bulldogs vs HelicalsWcdnesdayOct. Tiger 48. first and 10, on a Cc.I l-,
S ... lins to Giacalone pass from the
l 1 Bulldog 38, as the final gun pound
; : 29 .
55 ed ending the game.The
I Tigers vs Bearcats l ( Tigers scored an upset In

holding the Bulldog team, but the;
, 1 k> x
A '74 f* Thursday-Oct. 30. I Bulldogs have yet to be beaten
{ Adders Wildcats The Bulldog-Hellcat game neat
vs ''
Tuesday'may still decide the
NATTC Intramural Championship
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w( pigskin to the Electricians 41. The
Bulldogs went to the Tiger 30 on i i HELLCATS: HEAT HKAIU'ATS .
three plays, and another first and On a rain-soaked gridiron last -
10. Third down and four to go and week the Hellcats of TAF kept
offside penalty on the Bulldogs their unbeaten record intact by
made it third and nine on the Tiger nailing down the forces of the
tr YktlO' 'loan 14. Collins passed to Peterbok to 'TEB-TAI-TS Bearcats with a ti to
+ t & { d ieC the five to make It first and five .0 score. It was the Hellcats third)
t .P1Y a ,' to pay dirt victory and the Bearcats second
On the first down Gibson droveto loss against one victory.
the one-yard line and with the i The game was an uneventfulone
second down coming up the half and there were numeiwis
ended, leaving a bitterly disap- fumbles due to the wet turf. Twp
., pointed Bulldog team standing one 'Hellcat touchdown Jaunts vvere
yard' from the Tiger goal line called back! because of penalties.
with three unused downs. The only score of the game camp
The Tigers kicked to the Bull- in the opening stanza wh n TAF!

__pm_____. 0'___.__._____n.__..__._. _' __'____ "_'___nomn'n___ dog 25 to start the second half. scored climaxing a 60-yard march
THE JlELI.C.TIn; th.-ir The Bulldogs kicked on the fourth from their own 40-yard stripe. At
pictured above on way to a 6-0 victory over the Bearcats on the
athletic field last Thursday The Hellcat tourhd own occurred In the first quarter, when Atkins If f down from their 28 to the Tiger kips, fleet Hellcat back went over
!}i' climaxed a 60-yaid Hellcat drive, by going over for the touchdown. A close look at the muddy uni- 49. The ball was returned to the ''I for the touchdown. Beck, whote
forms will show how wet and treacherous the ft fid was during the game. : Ordnance 44. The Tigers delayed )I educated toe had not heretofore
I.., __ __ by a five-yard penalty, kicked to..' missed a try at the goalposts) ,
the Bulldogs on their last down. missed his first one of the yearon
.!, ; .A I I The ball went over the goal andit the try for extra point alter
new &o/i; was first and 10, Bulldogs on the scor e.
: their own 20. |I HOW T1IEV: TAN I)
JOKE! i A few minutes later it was first i I II Won Lost Tie

NAtTCenerv NATTC I I and 10 again for the Ordnancemen ,Bulldogs]] ...................... 3 0 1
Library I on the Tiger 24, and then Hent- Hellcats\ ........................ 3 0 0
r' male Those of who enjoy the zen scooted through the tackle slot Tigers ,.. ...................... 2 1 1
you ''to 1 the Tiger 11, for another first Wildcats ....... ....... ...... 1 2 0
quiet beauty of: Robert Nathan'sprose
I tank her to a night club, -- will like "Mr. Whittle and and 10. Collins then crashed to Bearcats ...................... 1 3 0
.a I took her to a show. h the Morning Star" Mr. Whittleis the one-yard line and this time Adders-.-..-........... 0 4 0

1 took her almost everywhereA : ee an unassuming little man; a
; girl and boy can go. ; professor in a small college. He
p I took her to swell dances had a wife and small child and be-
" I took her out to tea; ginning with them and branchingout :
t,11- When all my dough was gone I to his classes and the lecture '
He wouldn't tell me, and neither HOBBY SHOP
IIii:. saw platform, he presented his theory
; She: had, been taking me would his loyal friends there wel'ehints that the world was coming to an
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I of in the
a punch nose by _
end. Finally he even had an ar-
one of the "weaker" note the NLWSu
( : Here lies the body oC Seaman quotes!) sexbut. I finally got the gument with a Higher Power It
took a bout with, to'
Smith pneumonia
. real word about bashedin
Who died of a heart attack. I Chepans bring :Mr. Whittle back to earth.
face. It brief "Hollies the
seems that after a for Hobbyist i
Hip! laundry was promised for but apparently profitable stay in :Martin Flavin has written a
Tuesday, the Beer Hall the above mentioned fantasy in his new book "The En-
AND ON TUESDAY HE GOT IT Skivvy-Stacker and Lucky decidedto chanted." It concerns the adven- It can easily be imagined that a large majority of the
BACK! tutes of of: children Eu-
a ,
I
group
i I
visit buddies in Brks. 61. When
1 naval personnel attached to the NATTCenter have at sometime
-- I they started to leave, they founda ropean refugees, on the land and
Belle] was sitting In the breakfast very stubborn door In the way. on the sea, and on the tropical I or anotherbeen in need of welding experience. 10is:
nook shelling peas when she After a great deal of figuring on island where they land when their the chance to learn. Your NATTCenter' Hobby Shop has n
heard a knock at the back door. what to do Skivvy got a running ship y wrecked It is a fairy tale complete welding and cutting unit. Quite a few of the car
Thinking it was her young son start and came head on to ram for aJults--but there Is more tc .
should find this advantageous.The .
I she called. "Here I am, darling." the door---just at the critical moment -; it than meets the eye. ( owners
machine is into --- -
Silfnce. Then a deep voice an- a light kick from might | "Vermilion" by Idwal Jones, h'i with shop lathes, getting and for the next contest in which the
fwertd. "Ladf, "this Is not the Lucky swung it open, and Chepan I the story of the Five Apostles other high gear various machines.shapers It is also club will pal tlcipate.
\ regular milkman. much the most celebrated cinnabar
(having gathered momen-
interesting to know that plastics Anyone Interested In instructingany
tum) flew out and down the steps.'! mine in California a mine pro- :
machinedinto of the various hobbies
t as well as metals can be please
:" Gather' romance while From his horizontal position on 'ducing quicksilver I for the world.
ye ye may some very interesting and useful contact Chief Brunn at the NATT
''II;_ For waiting may bring sorrow. the ground outside, he looked up 'It Is also the story of the Cope objects such as lamp bases, Center Hobby Shop. .
: A guy who's stationed here today at Joe and grlnned--\\'ell we gotit dynasty. Pablo Cope is born when holders, etc. .
pipe
May be transferred tomorrow, open, didn't we?" he said! To 1:' California belongs to Mexico. He The Queen Bee is a hardy soul
-- mfjillhat seem!!'-)lkf': a pretty good inherits the Five Apostles mine I Many of: the fishermen aboard She has no use for birth control
l't :\-. Doctor: "How Is the boy who comeback for making the best of and the family's fanatical: obli- should be' Interested In fly tyingas Which Is the reason why no ..
f: swallowed the half dollar?" i a bad sltuatlon--not like the ansWer ', gation to it. In the' course of this a hobby. We have a complete doubt,

,,. Nurse! : "Iso change yet, Doc- "My mother told me not long book Mr. Jones presents '\ assortment of tackles' hooks and There are so many Sons' of B'.
used
else that be
tor." tot?, when a .glll asks a fellow host of character anti everything can
why! he won't kiss her goodnight! accounts for the careers decenth'l; for this fascinating\ pastime.If about.--

Looking; over the assortmentof I last' one of them.'The I you are interested in model
neW perfumes, such as "Take I Now, I think we should! dedicatea 'of interesting information amt railroading why not drop aroundon 11'ANl'EU-'A: RTOONSThe
Mo." "My Sin," "Breathless," and few lines to one of the more knowledge: California under Mexican Monday at 1900 for the Model X A TT(' set-Molt\ c-f
R, myriad of other lurid names, the ; modest members of the organiza- II| rule, wires, mining, vine culture Train Club meeting. The toys are the Jax Air News Is In dire
filly young girl asked for a "begin- ':, McCHESNEY., who states, "I ,! horses, and people. Its 41 3 really putting a terrific layout to- need uf gaud cartoon fur
TUT." don'b want to be in the papers," pages make a novel, well worth gether.: 1M wwkly edith lI1. Anyone
,
isplainly!: no putUcity-petker! reading. Model plane: ,enUijisia&tsyhould .
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\ hoJuea a or carlouns -
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I ,
uy
,
'' I ..: b'e> inte'rcsUdt'tji ,know t 1at.lthtJh.1..by
A Portland, Ore., Judge tried'to -- \ : whirl > tI.lnlut, IH
rnlitce the number cf divorces | {perhaps a fEw QI you Jgng-time)I the "B" Sjtcnecl. There's nq. cld hop'! i li"well stocked 'with worthy of publii-utlon, seed
by kin this sight on his door' | S ip'8 C.ornrvany. remember} 'Ihm.: faying that.If you once get Florida ,every .hccivable type of rpodeH them tu( Jan Air News,
it "Meditate well] before deciding tcihvoire .n. t..:formerly jf Ibase,1. W!)U.i i I wand In :jpur thoea'arid-hew.pan land motors.'The; model ai ']'au'Je j lihlg. 500-A, Jfc.1dJS8.. .
.:/'S him, girls, for alimony I he Jdt t"oult1n'tfltMY away from you help ft) you'll always comeback club meets Thursday to. you'can"etait
" IB little cnnifoit on a mid night." Jacksonville, and ia back here at -telieve It? building that favorite model



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rage tight; JAX AIR. NEWS 23 October 1947
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r I Opening Game Of J


Touch Football l''

.......".

Played Monday*.

-r-
VSB Tops Dispensary **"


_____ In '47 Season Opener
) ?
f \ ) s sUALLy BEST BNLy The NAS intra-mural'
c e ,-: 4 UN t1FE
; ?/ ;:: OR DEATH touch football league got off t

ELEMENT o E55 i S/ri/AT/OAAS/ to a flying start on the mat I

area football field Monday
SURPRISE 1 ,
sic
I afternoon when the VSB :

I topped Mainside '.
fh Dispensary, -II
:' 0-0, in a see-saw battle.

''Though only one TD goes in
:
I i the record books the game ,

1 \, N .. j i was really a high-scoring af-

r fair. Infractions of the rules

t called two additional scores

8ooi'c back.

During the entire first half
: '
f both teams battled it out evenly:(
i but mid-way through the ,
period, VSB clinched the victory.,, y .
.
'i S A '
With the ball in VSB's possessionon ..
MAP / p uR CWP4 Cu EF'fRui> Cor s the Dispensary 26, Frank Fisher !E
llr USES took a bullet pass out in the l'"
L E G LASS voEs NAVE OTHER i! flat and raced into paydirt ,

The fast-breaking offense of ,.
tNOWN 1.1 SOME CIRCLES A5 '(HE Gfr N'f LE ART "1 ,f both squads gave high hopes that .
| this season will be a banner one
in intramural competition And
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Qualifying Rounds In Annual Station RECORD CROWDS I, Ralph the high-calibered Lacotta: and Ray officiating Oliver of of t,

I I Physical Training also gave hopes [1
I that everything would go smoothly -
Golf Championship Set For 1 NovemberThe TURN OUT FOR throughout the season r r.:

i I Games this week include Parachute :. .
Loft vs NATS .
Supply vs.
Annual Station Cloif;

Championship i aualitxin 'Itigers-Face PensacolaSaturday JUDO CLASSESThough vs.Sea Hawks Supply,, Mainside Marines Dispensary VS. Sea ,

rounds will be held Saturday Hawks, VSB vs. Ordnance and
1 November, it was announced there have been only Gunnery and Operations vs A&R.
this week by Captah. Afternoon In Major Grid Clash : two lessons in the ancient art of I I r-.

William E. Gentner, Jr., of II judo to date enthusiasm is reach- 'Lacrosse Proves

the Golf Planning Committee. The NAS Tiger colored football eleven will take to the I I ing a new high with over fifty
men now taking the
course under
Open to all officer and mat area gridiron Saturday afternoon to do battle with the I I the direction of Chief John Truax i( Popular During

enlisted personnel of the various Pensacola Gosling colored squad in the Tigers' hardest and The chief, working on his own I
commands located here most important game of the season. Carrying a 1-2 record I time prior to reporting for duty, First Practices

the tourney will be set up into the game with them, the injury riddled Tigers hope to I is instruction.making rapid strides in I A small group of enthusiasts,,

in such a manner that comp I hit the early-season pace in the Gosling encounter. Tuesday afternoon, Building i turned up for "the first practioo'of

e t i tors will only play In preparation for this tilt, 612 was overflowing with men" the NAS lacrosse squad :Monday ,
against comparable golfers Coaches Robert" Justiss and "Ace" eager to learn the art. The crowd afternoon on the mat athletic
NARTU Rifle Team I area and Coach M H. Gatchellrx
Previous scores will be the deciding Woolbright have been drilling their was forced so great to, split in fact the, that Truawas into Immediately proceeded to give' .

: factor in the determination Wins 15 Medals In charges in the offensive phase of two classes. group the boys a slight introduction to

of handicaps.As the game for the past week. The And with more hopefuls sign the game.

many flights as necessaM' Rifle Tournament locals' defense has stood 'up very ing up every day, it looks as Sticks and balls were brought
though the Instructor will have out and the candidates acquainted -
to accommodate all participant well against their opponents to
will be established All will be i Headed F, M. Rich- appoint some of his pupils to themselves with the knack of
by Captain throughout the season, but the offense learning to throw and catch the
serve as assistants
played with handicaps except the ard who copped five first place ,
always seems to bog down Though the has been I ball and to pick up a dead ball
group
championship flight which will be medals, the NARTU Rifle Team ,
played from scratch: brought fifteen medals back to when the Tigers get into scoring meeting weekly on Tuesday ,afternoons while on the run. From all ap- _
Two divisions will take care of Jacksonville recently following territory as soon as Truax: is relieved -] pearances, the hopefuls really
all competitors, the officers' di- of his night duty, he intends got enthusiastic over the ancient
the
'i 1 their brilliant showing at j The heavily-favored Goslings to give instructions sport and a much larger turnout
"bion and the enlisted men's every
diVision South Atlantic Small Bore Rifle I
I will bring a fast and well-coached : night to better accommodate the is expected for the next practice -
Winners of each class will Tournament, held at Savannah, I .
play to decide: the cha. .pionship ,' Georgia squad to Jacksonville this week. large crowd.Tomorrow.
Combining the elements of
Any who have I out of the night IS WAVES
men not yet Working single wing
Captain Richard took five baseball, soccer" and ice hockey,
will be
played on the station links formation behind given private instructionby
but I I a balanced line, '
firsts, second and two thirdsin the
one to be of
game one
Chief Truax who promises
wish to enter the backs : hopes t )
tou-ney should shifty, speedy hope to raise .
,
eight events, while Roger p the fastest and most thrilling
turn at least three havoc with the make this a regular part of his .
score cards heavy Tiger line.
Peters, AOM2c:: followed close : In this
,
But ever seen part of the
I for male
In to Jack Harvey at the golf j behind with three firsts and four I In an effort to get more tal program personnelthe I south t
shack by 1 November | I ent for his squad, Justiss changed next meeting of the class will
seconds. Another sharpshooter, take Practices are being held
place next Tuesday at 1630in every
GOLF OAZINOs I Gilbert Tausch, AOM2c, also the practice hours from 2000to Bid 612.Wrestlers MondayVednesday and Fridayat
The Staff team will take to the made aery good showing, 1400 daily on the mat, but as ? 1630 on the mat, and Lt. Conidr L.
links for the first time this Saturday though he was forced to shoot yet the new hours have not net- Gatchell has extended an Invita-
afternoon at 1100 when it with a sprained wrist. ted any new candidates. Needed For tion to come out whether ;you aM
tangles with the Pensacola Staff Coach Justiss, though hampered experienced or not.
But honors for the
fl'iuad' The weekly Ladies went to top Richard's day I by many injuries, will fielda NAS Grappling Squad
Captain daugh- .
Golf Association I very strong eleven in hopes gap
meeting at the 'I
who scored 3175
ter,
,
Golf Course last Thursday had anew Audrey"of of pulling an upset The Tiger Wrestlers are still needed for Lt. Steve Nyrady has been ,
out 3200 to
fe-ature. Instead of having a points a possible starting line will include Gault, the NAS Jacksonville grappling named head coach and, with more
walk off with individual honors .
driving contest, Jack Harvey, the I for the meet. Plaskett, Bess and Holmes in the squad it was announced by Chief candidates, he hopes to go fir '.
station pro, took the ladies to i I I backfield, and Nabors, Francis, Arthur Schaeffer early this week. in the All-Navy eliminations. Ny- ,
tha number" nine green and instructed 'I I Cheatham, Crockett, Fuel, Wade, With only five veterans return- rady is a former Iowa State grap-
them on the arts of In all potts, the most important and either Anthony or Wallace ing from last season many mor- pling star and has performed :.
chipping. Then after the ladies thing is the follow through. I in the line. I wrestlers are needed to fill the many times in Navy wrestling.
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had ---- -- --- -
practiced, they staged a competition -
Mrs. P. N Gray camp SEEKING NEW CROWNS
out the winner and
was presented --- -"""
with a golf ball. Ladies pn'sent '
at the meeting were MiT rn-
O. Haff Mrs. R. 1\(. Humes Mi-: I
Kirkendall Mrs G. F San-" '
Mrs. C W, Barrett Mrs ( ', I.
Parker, Mrs T. E Quillman M[1 4 ..4tiy .
H. B. Jones, Mrs W. L. K' ,
t 4
and Mrs D. Boulware
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OPEN 1947 BOWLING s

SEASON AT MAINSIDEThe II
> ,
NAS WAVE bou :." t 4 9R : -

league got underway at ", '
Mainnde Alleys Monday mgn' t'i

and Betty Rucker's keglers pi!I Ied C ,.,
up a total plnfall of 1,977 t. YJ \<
become the first winners of t tn.
1917-43! campaign The win nine ry r.e j
team was closely trailed by "1.111dy" r -
Lindgren's combine uhi' ',
tipped 1,941 pins < :'
Individual high scorer for t the 3 I
night was Helen Pachter vh,\ lz .
.. i
rolled a cool 457 in three hn"....
keeping an average of IfiZ.: Wimn ,.1
Jones of Dotty King's teamt, I I1I.'rFIt

averaged 152 in three l1 : t''''''' leg 456 pint' from the aWy.\ UnlP-1 trying: tot I.t t mi" t htmt; trim i 1''.1 "i' > ..mint; Ms.m, Th. iqnil/( cached by Lt Cl111\ Xnth mv J Rubin,. Oitti "'1'-111-(Charge of theFhvsual
T: limn* ml' W.'lttl" D.'[>'u'tin.-nt, hop.-.* to. top the nrd mad by last 8.'a'un't l'r.'w. Among the returnees are (left to
In 1930, Btftby Jones won the rIght I Jun K-dfar.. 1 1.15. i Mor.-la. .\. A. U crown holder and Seventh Naval District champion Mike Hernan.l l m.: Golden Glove,
British amateur, the British open,I Seventh :ND and Naval An Training: Athletic Conference dump; Richard Casciano, 121 a Florida State A. A U. and Seventh IMU
and the United State open winner; and Aaron "Tex" Garcia, J32: Florida State A A U champion.









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