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, Vol..5-No. 31 30 October 1941
: : Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District
U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
;. NAVY DAY PARADE
h ". ...
Polodes Speeches And
f 4 4w Open House Highlight
Novy Doy Celehl'otion
Jacksonville tossed all restraint to the winds Monday;
as its citizens joined hands with NAS and other naval ac1 -
1 ivities in this area to celebrate Navy Day.
S'a Observance of the annual event ranged from speeches
. ra $ o parades, from window displays in downtown stores to
Open House" at the station.The .
most colorful event of the
a gala two-day program was the along with sailors from other Naval -
huge parade which marched be. activities in the vicinity and
nvern overflowing lines of Jaxon coast guardsmen from Mayport.
b eager to get a look at today sNavv.
A number of elaborate float! ,
The Air Station contributed -
I depicting the activities of different -
fg'. a major part of the marchers ,, departments aboard NAS,
. '-- I were very popular with the crowd
IIIGIISPOT or THE NAVY DAY celebratu to Jacksonville Monday was the colorful parade CAPTAIN HOLLODIS as was the company of blue-clAol
. in which the Naval Air Station played the most prominent part In addition to hundreds of man h- WAVES, which stepped Jauntily
Ing sailors WAVES, and Marines, many NAS departments entered floats which depleted the aitivlties along the streets behind a company
carried on by them. All in all, it was a big dav for the Navy with speeches window diapLiva NEW DISTRICT of English sailors from HMS
'Open House' and other features marking the observance Snipe
--- ---- The
of the parade,
MEDICAL OFFICERCaptain headed by four open cars bearing;
. I Officers Wives To Series Of Hallowe'en Parties the distinguished guests was Composed -
I; Meet At "0" Club James L. HolloJ of members ot the RONS,
Are Planned By NAS PersonnelHallowe'en I has assumed the duties ol -"Uw
Next WednesdayThe j I NAS Senior Medical Officer
is being celebrated thjs year as it has never and District Medical Officer
November meeting of th been celebrated before at NAS. \\ith carefree abandon I[ relieving Captain Lester F
Officers Wives Club will be heldat nearly everyone will be enjoying parties that are taking their I McDonald who has reportedto
the "O' Club Wednesday 5>> I' theme from the supernatural apparitions which are supposed Monterey, Calif., as Commanding
.J 'ember, at 1300 it was anWqjiced to stalk the land on this holiday. Officer of the Naval
this week. Getting an early start, WAVE officers and Red Cross Auxiliary School Medicine
:rA\ buffet luncheon will be served workers did their celebrating last Prior to his her
f \rii3 cents per person, and thos.J't. .: Friday at the were Skeet served Club. and Refreshments Governor OI Texas Captain Hollod served assignment as Executive .
wish to remain afterwarlior Officer of the Medical Department
games were played around the Lauds
., Blue AngelsHigh at NAS Pensacola. BiI 4
bridge may do so. Reservations huge stone fireplace, mingled with (
I fore that, he was on duty witn _
may be made at the "0" traditional Hallowe'en son '3. praise was given the the Division of Aviation Medicine
Prizes were won by Lt. Doris Navy and its Flight Exhibition
Club ext. 8154
lobby in the Bureau of Medicine and
Sleeves and Miss Edith Otto Team by Governor Beauford H. I
1900 the evening before the meet Surgery at Washington, D. C. *
The party committee, headed by of Texas following their
Lt. Dorothy Hortenstein consisted participation in the Air Day celebration -I Captain McDonald who had
was stated that on the basis of Lt. Sara Davis, Lt. Ann; at Harlingen, Texas, last been serving here as NAOTC Staff
ef suggestions received at the Warden, Lt. Loretta Mersy, Lt. Saturday. | Medical Officer, took over the additional -.......
,;: I Reid.I In a to the Chief cf, duties of NAS Senio' Commodore
. Bettie West and Lt. Noma message Boundy
.. September meeting, the Advisory: I Naval Air Basic Training at Cor- Medical Officer in October, 19!().
. Committee has agreed that organization Members of the Senior Commissioned I Christi, the Governor stated: I upon the retirement of Captain the Air Station Band, the Andrew
of the club is in order Officers' Mess also jumped pus"It was a privilege to watch E E. Smith. When 7th Naval Jackson High Band the Landon
and has nominated officers for 'the gun with their party last the District Headquarters moved to High School Band, and Lionettea,
president vice president, secre- night at the Senior BOQ. In add! the Navy outstanding in Air performance Day in Texas of I this station last year, Captain several companies of sailors, anda
tary, and treasurer. Nomination tion to the music of the station I The "Blue j McDonald was! also appointed a-:. large motorized section Four
from the floor will be requested : band members of both the Senior Angels" are a sensulional i District Medical Officer. NARTU fighter planes flew in %
" at the meeting. I and Junior BOQ's were treated loa example of training offered I I tight formation over the route.
by the Navy Training Command Before coming to Jacksonville
... In view of the importance of buffet supper. Following the At Hemming Park after the
The Marine DemonstrationUnit for this tour of duty, Captain
it' the November gathering, all iu- meal, games, Including bobbin;? McDonald served parade Commodore James W.
was unparalleled. Please i had as flight
wives are being urged to for apples and other traditional the thanks and accept -' surgeon at Pensacola from 1935 Boundy one of the youngest flat!;
attend. antics, were played.Lt. appreciationof rank officers in the and
I the people of Texas for tin : to 1933 where he also received hisI I
former staff officer her.
Comdr. R E Farkas head supply
efforts After tours of i'i
superb of the Navy and I I wings duty
titt'ible.' NAS And NATTC ed the planning committee which Marine Corps men involved" I Coco Solo, on the USS MemphU was introduced to the crowds by:
Included Lt. Noma Reid, Lt. O. (Continued on Page 2) (Continued on Page 3)
To Field Joint P. Sullivan, Lt. (jg) Doris Acree, -- --- -- --
Lt. Betty Wintersteen, Lt. (Jg) ; 5 1 I WE WIN JT'CAIN! II
't Cage Squad Doris Defenderfer, Lt. Comdr. J"
"Dusty" Rhodes, Lt Comdr T. earl SaJJ
',Y: The station basketball team : E..t !
, Baldwin, Lt. Comdr: Kitsey Doe( < I I
will be composed of players and Lt. Charles 1\[ Hats off to members of !
from both NAS and NATTC our NAS band who so diligently I
In the coming campaign, it was Just one night ahead of time, I displayed their loyalty to the'Filers'
the WAVES' "Hardtimes" Hallo.we'en
announced thiset'k by Lt. i by 'counter-wa\lng' the''
Comdr. Of- party is planned for the' S4
Anthony Ilublno I uhlte caps of the Pensacola
WAVES and ,
their guests tonightat
ficer-ln-Charge the Physical midshipmen cheering !section
the WAVES Mess Hall at 2000.
Training and Welfare De during the football Saturday
partment. As at other parties refreshments night."
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.. Jlax-Navy Takes 011 Tomorrow- ; : :
t For Clash With Corpus. COlllels a
,: The Jax-Navy football team brunt of the ball-toting load i n: est test when they* take on the
,..5 will put its undefeated record the broad shoulders of Dave I high-flying Jax-Navy squad. Every -
Barksdale. Barksdale, an all- I man who played in the Pen-
;;.. on the block once again this
around athlete at Corpus, play.ia sacola thriller last Saturday displayed ti C
Saturday at NATB Corpus full sixty-minute game, if necessary the brand of ball which
Christi where it tangles with and to in on almost every ranks the team as the east's num. ,
f!.> the bruising Corpus Christi play both defensively and offensively ber one prospect for the AllNavycrown.
: "Puffy" Kinnear is a probable .
Comets. The Fliers will take
starter at fullback, and either Only minor Injuries: were suffered -
1, ) off for Texas tomorrow morning Coe Anderson or Alan Authe- in the Gosling game, and
t at 0900 from the VM ment will take over the right half head coach "Tuffy" Thompson
r.; hangar. back slot while Jerry West or plans to start the same eleven
,;, Corpus Christi boasts a hard, possibly Steve Warren will get men who opened the Pensacolatilt.
; '. rough club which bases its attack the call at tailback The only exception will probably .
"5. on a gigantic line, the heav- The Fliers will probably run up be at left halfback where
; iest In the Naval Air Training against the moat unorthodox system John Beckett is expected to show
" Athletic Conference, averagingwell they will see all season when his wares.
over 200 pounds. Only one they take to the field Saturday. The line Is in good shape and,
team, Randolph Field, has been The Comet line will line up with after tasting the fruits of glory
able to take the nQd from the the center at tho post normally last week is expected to be at its "",-- -, """ _._- ,,.. ---..-
Comets, and Randolph's biggestgun occupied by the left"end, and the' best form against the heavier REAR ADMIRAL RALPH DAVISON met .* Naval Au Advanced
was none other than Arnold rest of the line will be at his right. Comet forward wall. Training, proven:' (',1 the Iron Man 'r"
". the great Army Juggernaut a sea. ward well Corpus backs will workout back to oamp on this trip, halves of the Jax-Navy Pensacola football game Saturday
son ago. of a single wing formation they are assured of at least a night at Municipal Stadium NAS Jacksonville won the trophy for
'1:t Behind the forward wall, Cor i But unorthodox or not, the Uo for first place In the Naval the second year in succession by amassing 30 points In a number of
'.. pus will probably throw the Comets will be ut for their tou t,- I Air Training Athletic Conference. sports to emerge as th outstanding activity in athletic competition.(
: Two JAX AIR NEWS 30 October 1947
. RECEIVES BRITISH DECORATION I I MEW HJAVY% NURSES ._ ,] I
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i.wC ChatterWord n
? 4. tiL from the Hospital Commissary w r cT .
; Department assures all s
hands that everyone thereaboutsis
interested in making the chowas
tasty as possible in spite of
meatless, eggless, and poultryless -
days. The battle cry now
seems to be "Eat More Vege-
tables". How about some more of
that good shrimp like we ha-1 l N '
last Thursday? For many of us it .
was a welcome change. It doesn \. )
cost any more than beef anyway, :i '
does ifThe : 'f
,: : (;
hospital has sold its waresto L- !.
the staff remarkably well :
In recent days Dr. Summers, Dr. fif t
Stark Ens. Winter and Don Sul-
ton have been numbered amongour
patients. Hope you all art
well soon. '
Admiral Thomas, Chief of the
Chaplain Corps, was a visitor to M
our hospital on 24 October. He e-
inspected the new chapel and
te chaplains' offices He gave hart
Y approval of the work which has i.
c t) rS already been done and plans
.6 which are now being drawn up.
'Tilt LAUl."; '. iiwir ot purses to report at me .aval
R. A. White of the storeroomand Hospital in many months checked in for indoctrination last week
c Miss Ruby Hudson of Folks- The newly-graduated nurses i include 'left to right first row Eleanor -
ton, Georgia, were united in marriage Ulozas Janet Keller Christina Testa, Lt. Comdr Laura San-
Thursday night 23 Octobe derson, the instructor of the group; second row: Catherine Schields I
Best of wishes folks! Evelyn Kroll Jean Hovis, Anna Burlon; third row: Irene Wujcik,
Margaret Ryan, Leda Lane; fourth row Mildred Mullane, Dolores
.I Carey, end Helen Casterlen.
Mrs. of the storeroomis
11 .A -.F f>
still on the sick list. We hope
LT. COMDR. HORACE B. GOl LI> right' received an honorary to see her around soon however IndoctrinationBegi ForT3
appointment as an officer of the Military Division of the Or i
der cf the British Empire last Friday aboard HMS Snipe a British I The T. & A office and storeroom -
Whip currently docked here for the Navy Day program. The award, report having a quiet weekas New Nurses At Naval Hospital
conferred by: the Kirg of England was presented by Comdr. J. M. j jVilliers a result of all the Florida sunshine -
commanding officer of the Snipe. Lt. Comdr. Gould was Seems the of tha I
patter Thirteen graduate registered nurses who recently completed -
presented the award for services rendered while serving as Supply .
I sunbeams lulls into
Officer in Londonderry Northern Ireland during the war slumber. their training, reported to the Naval Hospital last
week 16 begin indoctrination prior to taking their
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Halloween Party Captain Hollod Wilkes of the P. & A. officee naval duties. The group, one of the largest to check into
I in somewhat of a dither these the Hospital in many months, is composed of entirely newly
(Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) days as he awaits a visit from commissioned_ ensigns.. _
the stork so we hear.
and the USS Ranger, the medic --- -- -
and games will feature the fun. I During their four-week indoctrination -
The WAVES planning commit- 'officer reported to NAS Jacksonville course, the nurses will |I, Carey of Altoona, Pa., who took
Lt. Comdr. Rita
I Bourgue was
lr* ta under the direction of Dot- soon after its commissioning I detached 24 October Her future become acquainted with Navy training at Altoona's Mercy Hospital I
tic Ztehn, assisted by Ellen Meaner arriving here in January, 1' home will" be in Manchester N. H rules and regulations) naval cue- I' ; Helen E. Caster)in, .Me'
1941, as flight surgeon He remained and ward and I
Margaret Jones, Betty Hy.Mop management hails from Maybrook, N. Y aud
here until October 1942 Lt Comdr. LauraSanderson '
and "Butch" Glover. j ; supervision
"Step right up, Ladeez andGentlt'mf'n" who took her training at Johns!
when he was named !senior medi-
Still another will be given is directing -
party cal officer of the USS Essex. (and this means'! you Hopkins in Baltimore, Vila VJHovis l
tomorrow night at 2030 at theCI'O too) Step right up and over to here. from Edlnboro Pa. who did
While serving with the Essex The include Anna .'. I
Club for members and nurses '
the Recreation Hall tonight at her preparatory work at Western
McDonald participated in strike Burton from Pa who I "
KMTHU. Costumes will not be comptttawy Kolpmont '
1930 for the big "Hallowe'en Carnaval" Pennsylvania Hospital In'Pittsburgh -
: against such Jap strongholds as received her at Ashland I I
but prizes will be awarded training -
Kabaul party! There'll be games of ; Janet L. Keller who hails
Tarawa Kwajalem ; !
State Dolores A.
for the costume wearers. The Wake, Truk, Tinian and Sal- chance, girls, prizes-everythingin Hospital; from Port Deposit, Md., and took
Hwan Five Band will furnish carnival that training at the Woman's
a gala spirit I Hospital
the Jnutli I pan. ought to whisk away your Hal- we hear about your being a II in Baltimore; Evelyn M Krollof
And the white-hats will enjoya I| 20.30 when Royce Stoenner and lowe'en fears. Come on-try it ninety-cent wonder? ? ? Johnstown, Pa., who took her
Hallowe dance tomorrow his orchestra make their second and see.Just training at that city's Mercy Hoe-
wght at Mainslde Auditorium at appearance here. I PATIENT OF THE WEEK: I pital.
to remind you-here's a Joseph O. McBride, Sic. Also included in the group were
I JAM STORE FOR SALE i iL brief' look at the rules governingthe "Mac" enlisted with the Navy'|i Ira L. Lane of Jacksonville Fla.,
checking out of bicycles They who
in September, 1945.: Prior to this! | went all the way to Si- Elisabeth's
can be obtained only at 1100 or
I Hospital in Washington
enlistment, he served with the
1JJOO and must' be returned at Merchant: Marine during 194445'"Mac" : D. C., for her training, Mildred
1630. On Sundays check-out time Mullane, who comes from Cincinr
fs 1300--return deadline, 1630. says his plans for the I nati Ohio, and took her training
They may not be taken from the future are to open up a 8t'rvlcI there at the Christ Hospital;!
station. Because of the great station and repair ehop He is 19'I Catherine T. Shields who make
mand for the six bicycles! on dP-1 years of age and single. (Proud her home in Philadelphia, Pa.,
use of them is limited to of it, too; so lay off girls!!) and who took training there hot .
a adnT'pp only. Sorry, staff. Everybody in! I McBride came to the hospital the Pennsylvania Hospital: Christina
responsible for returning bicycles over three months ego and plans I M. Testa of Washington
and for reporting on the condition I on returning to his home in Lai i D. C, who did her preparatory
if something goes wrong. If you fayette, Louisiana in the next I work at the New Jersey Medical
fail to help us stick by these rules, I few days on a medical discharge. Center: Irene Wujcik from Perth
we'll have to !say thumbs down Y; McBride says that hunting and Amboy N. J., who took her train
F l on your next request. fishing along with swimming are ing at St. Barnabas Hospital to
!r his sports, and he is really look- Newark; and Margaret M. Ryan
The big winner of the football j'ing forward to a good hunting of the Bronx N. Y, who took
.Mho *b contest last week was Magliola on I I trip as soon as he gets back her training at Mount Sinial Hospital
y C Ward B-7 Magliola, what's this home. Happy hunting "}.Iac." in New York City
TAKE OVER KEY BILLETS I
s ?je v
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I' WHEN nIP DOOR8 of the Commissary Store opened Monday
mminf* of last week, a large crowd of bargain-wise men and I OUTSTANDING STIIDKNTM from three Duval County High Schools trek over key station billets
W 'Nees surged through to take advantage ff the 200 off-brand Friday as part of the Navy Day program here The six students shown above with Captain J. E.
tt.Hti which were [wing offered at phenomenal savings. Part of thereeerrl Dwtoon
Assembly jfe RepahOfficer, Lt Corner Drew Martin Legal Officer and Lt (jg) E. Holm-
breaking throng is shown in line) waiting to get inside i theM gaard Lt_ (Jg) Bailey and 1st Lt. Angle all ttf the .Aviation Training Department, were chosen for
re, (Bottom) The interior of the stoic was jammed throughout their superior Mholnntic' records They are, hrft t6 right, George Waggoner. Robert Booker Frank Wfn-
the day with women touting their shopping carts to capacity. stead toy Wool, Robert Overby, anal l Harry MahOfPage \.
1.a. 'I 1 .
30 October 1947 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three
I UNUSUAL ENTERTAINMENT r-' -
_. a sa
i ;. :_ _
f: MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMOVIES
: Weekday1730: and 2000; WM'k-t"ndt--I4S0: and :2000.(
:b-----: l; THURSDAY
"RED STALLION," with Ted Donaldson. .
Royce StOt"IUlt"rWitches HALLOWE'EN DANCE. Royce Stoenner and hilt band. Starts at
I And Goblins "MERTON OF THE SATURDAY MOVIES"AND, featuring SUNDAY Red Skelton
I Ith'i.-' .. .- Getting Ready For "THIS TIME FOR KEEPS", starring Esther Williams.
THE PERFECT GYMNASTIC symmetry of the Danish Gym TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
learn is clearly evident in this photo taken last week during the Halloween DanceWitches "HEAVEN ONLY KNOWS"* with Robert Cummings
i 1__ performance at Mainside Auditor"tum. Combining: native folk danced THURSDAY
-. with modern rhythmical exercises, the program receive dan an- goblins, and ghosts TWO BLONDES AND A REDHEAD", featuring Jean Porter.
thudiastic response from the audience. Favorite act was the tumbling will be jitterbugging to the music
culminating all the acrobatic exercises- truly dem- of Royce Stoenner at Mainside JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMShows
ciMtrated the team's nimbleness and dexterity. Auditorium tomorrow night when
Start at 20
-- -- -- the NAS Department
stages its annual Crew's Hallow
"MAGIC TOWN" James Stewart.
t t e'en Dance. The auditorium will SATURDAY
j be decked out with silhouettes of
"TWO BLONDES AND A REDHEAD", featuring Jean Porter
spooks and skeletons brilliantly SUNDAY
colored in black and and
orange "DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK", with Claudette Colbert.
other typical Hallowe'en decorations -
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
1 "MERTON OF THE MOVIES", starring Red Skelton.
Stoenner. a big favorite in his WEDNESDAY
previous appearances here, come: "THIS TIME FOR KEEPS", featuring Esther Williams
straight from a series of engagements TIIUKSDAY
F. W. Pearce, CCS' I in and around New York "HEAVEN ONLY KNOWS", with Robert Cummings.
column has had quite a City. He is expected to be at h'd
lately, so I guess I best tomorrow night when the OTHER EVENTS
Rainbow Girls, dressed in colorful
neck out, also.
I'. costumes and NAS whitehats BINGO PAR'I'Y-Every Wednesday at 2OUO at The Anchorage
is said "quote
'I mingle joyfully with the fable MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 1200-2100.
: any time. j i characters from the past. Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays.
I assembly meeting I MODEL RACE CAR CI.l'8-Room' 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
at the club at 2000, 11 ParadesContinued Fridays.
I and a few loyal members PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
to voice their opin- ( from Page 1) Thursdays.nO\VLISG-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation BuildingNo
thoughts. By evening' Mayor C. Frank Whitehead. 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 :o 2130.
in mood After telling the huge throng BOXLNti For information Lieut.
, was a good I regarding workouts contact
I ,,, little controversy. Two that Jacksonville was really 'a |' Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 59J; or report to Mainside Mat after
were elected to the good Navy town," the Commodor* .
Governors for the 'I went on to review the background i: 1500.MAINSIUK
re- LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
'. time: W. E. AM. ACMM, of Navy Day, first observed na- I the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
and D. R. Britt Jr tionally 25:; years ago on Tht'od.neRoose'eU's Available
their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. for wedding receptions -
of VP-ATU-10. The boys'' birthday. During the'course by arrangement with Welfare Officer Combination radio-pho
'r I of his the Comm.. \
in by a grand majority nograph available for use of all hands.
: members of the general: dore declared, "It is up to you LI BRAKY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-
to determine how much of a Navy
i gave a vote of confi- | .ng No. 3. Open from 0900 to :2100; Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
I need and want. Your voice js
the and old board you
: new 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
Several of the member.. the voice of Congress. i i
SWIMMING Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1800
: Others presented on the platform
for points beyond and to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300:: to 2100.
Comdr. J. M. VillieiM,
regret to see them go, es- GOLF-Course open from 1000 to suiiaet daily. Saturday and Sun-
Commanding Officer of HMS
Jack Nelen. ACMM. the day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
Snipe anchored In the harbor ona
every Tuesday night trunks Golt Course.
five day visit: Captain L. V
;, ( way, Jack, has the pup Mason Chief of Staff. Seventh'I AL'II01t.GtOpel1 daily to enlisted personnel '(with liberty
his orders?) 'Ards and uniform of the d.lYJ. 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
to Robbie. ACOM. Naval District; Captain Georg
C. Wilcox. chief of staff to th.! Field.
the vice and
president and balls available at the TrainIng
Commander. Atlantic Reserve TI'XNIS--Racqul'ts are Physical -
of the entertainment
''Flet't. Green Cove Springs: Cap- Building No. 72t\ .
for arranging those tain W. P. Austerman USCO. ARC11KRY-Club, located in Bldg. 899 open daily from 1800
of entertainment. Commanding Officer of the CoastGuard to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
night, the place was
Base Mayport: Capt\.t'
nice crowd and
NlTUSEItY-Sponsorc. by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 110L
I last hour the J.V.. Boulware. District Director
A swell singer and ban.1 of Naval Reserves: Captain Fred Hours: Monday through J.'ritlay-0700 to 2100; Saturday-(J700 to
most there till W. Priestman. Commanding Officer 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10( cents
I time. people NARTU: Captain WalterC. for each additional child; Card-$7 for one child; $2 for each additional -
Wingard. Public Information child; Daily (for working mothers--$1) from 0700 to 1800.
night, 31 October, is
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Officer Seventh Naval District:
and there are big world America will vation
importance. was open to guests Sun-
and Comdr. D. R. McMulIen. Com
: tap with prizes for the manding Officer of the USS Shea, remain the leading nation in tin day and Monday, with guides takIng -
So come on out world "if we see fit to make it so," visitors on conducted tours
harbored here the
the fun-and don't for-
Day observance. he said. throughout Monday. In addition,
masks! To open the Hemming Park Two local radio programs were movies, showing the Navy in war:
will be the
JIOf.IUI'y ceremonies the crowd sang aired in observance of Navy Day. and peace were shown at the stu-
for the $200 and there
"America." under the guidanceof Rear Admiral Ralph Davison dent Officers' Auditorium from
plenty of good, cold bre v
1000 to 160.).
Lt. Gordon Blalock. chairmanof Commandant of the Seventh Naval -
The club puts out a
District, Captain Herbert S The traditional flower
steak, so those of you' the Navy Day Committ p. ceremonywas
like to eat dinner out, Chaplain! F. L. Albert senior Duckworth. Commanding Offic"- conducted Sunday on the
down and relax.: > chaplain at NAS gave the invo of NAS. Captain Jules F. Schu- ramp outside of Operation The
box i is still in cation. The program closed with macher, Commanding Officer of dedication was given by Chaplain
and can handle lots of the singing of the- National An- NATTC Captain C. M. Shaar. R. M. Murphy after which
Officer of the Naval flowers loaded
them. Commanding were aboard an
fill 'er up--but keep it
the way. "Hard Head" I Another feature of the down- Hospital, and Captain F." W. NARTU Catalina Flying Boat piloted -
:, I going to get your per town celebration was the address Priestman. Commanding Officer by Captain Priestman and
? ? \I given to the Jacksonville Rotary of NARTU were all heard bv scattered over the ocean in memory
Club by Captain Herbert S. Ducl- transcription on the regular Van of the war dead
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down the coast. Thr!i worth Commanding Officer of tr.'> and Kay show over VVMBR at Rear Admiral William M.
8 disasters are Inclu.l-1 Naval Air, Station.In > 1100. And Captain Priestman Later Thomas Chief of Navy Chaplains
as one each In Call- the course of his speech, tn-3 delivered a Navy Day 'tn:.- was the guest of honor at a
I Oregon, and Washington. Captain outlined the future of sage over station. WJAX fro>n meeting of the Propeller Club at
exciting tales of shlo-j naval endeavor in helping to maintain I 1745 to 1800. the "0" Club Friday night On
America's present position In'' Out on the station, the reser- ; Sunday, he dedicated a new chapel -
at Green Cove Springs.
I Four choirs front Jacksonville
By Harold Jones, SI Mudder's Day rendered the Navy Hymn at Sun-.
diva' cervices. The- chorus in/>lu
the Riverside Baptist Church the
Riverside Presbyterian Church,
and the Union Congregational
Church The hymn was alto f"h-
+ I I tured at services here Sunday
S aiO I morning.On .
r Friday afternoon, outstanding -
aludcnU from Robert E. Lee,
Andrew Jackson, and Land..-n
High Schools took over key station -
billets and( lunched at fiv"O" )
Club with the officers they
J "displaced." In addition, thr /
were taken on a tour of A & Rand
r later checked out in Lin*(
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Four JAX AIR NEWS 30 October 1947
IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves
) -l S Chaplain's CornerJESUS ... I
Editorial Office No burden weighs quite so heavily on the ;!If Ii
South Wing, L \\er Deck<<: Uldg. 930 shoulders of man as that of power and !1
Telephone Extension 8184 the authority which grows out of it. Nothingwill : } '
1 Arthur Al. Greene! Editor make a fool of a man so quickly as IC c:; ;?
rank. All of have who seemedto
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the us seen men
U. 8. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and be normal, well-orientated individuals
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at become almost inhuman in their treatmentof
no expense to the government and in compliancewith others when they were given rank and
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918: dated 12 De-
cember 1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat authority. This propensity of man but em-
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical phasizes the Divinity of Jesus Christ, for
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval Jesus Christ was given supernatural pow-
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ol
ers such as no man has ever had.
Naval District Naval Auxiliary Air
the Seventh ,
Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunnery Range Any power which men may not challengeand
And the U. S. Naval Hospital. cannot resist tends always to depraveand
even brutalize its possessor. To be able
The JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial A ocatlon! n aUriel. -
Republication of credited matter prohibited without to command and compel obedience to his
permission of SEA Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any under
i I other matter, except by iervlc publication !Is prohibitedexitbout no compulsionto
permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEW obey them himself, is an attitude ruinous -
to a nature which was designed by God
I Dangerous SituationLast to be perfected through obedience, and to
learn that obedience through the feeling of rr34IYou
week the JAX AIR NEWS publisheda dependance.The .
letter calling attention to the danger of most pitiful victim of despotism is
permitting school children to cross Yorktown the despot. One has but to look at Tiberius,
Avenue unescorted to the NAS Hous- I
Caligula, Nero, Domitian, the Romanoff
ing Area. As a remedyve suggested that 1 house, and Hitler to see the depths to which e..
NATTC police be on the alert for them power drives its possessor. Jesus had sucha
during the period that they return from the lives of the
over men as even
power know I peter dress for these masquerade balls but for
school; that someone get on the bus whenit despots dared not dream of, and yet it did some reason I aluaj seem to win first prize "
comes through the gate and get off every not ruin him. Of a truth, the opportunityto --- -- ---- --- ---- -- -- -- -- -- --
time the youngsters do and help them use a might needs for its control a good-
across; that mothers come down to the corner ness none can doubt. I maintain Jesus had I Commercial Bulletin I
and meet the busses. that goodness. I believe He is greater for
Bulletins still be until halt been filled but not
The response to this editorial commentwas the grace He impersonates than for the later than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230.
: somewhat overwhelming. While we miracles He accomplishes. That is to say, He
Knew reader Hicks had a worthy point when was higher as a moral miracle than as a Bulletins will be accepted until. WANTED
space has been filled, but noc I Job as baby sitter. Will sit day or
he focused our attention on this situation, physical power. later than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. I night. Phone 4-6396. Mrs. Maddock.
:ve had no idea it would bring us as many Jesus so conducted Himself as He walk- 8230. I Furniture Maple bedroom for three-room suite, sofa apartment.bed. no ,
Selephone calls as it did. NATTC police in- ed among men as to impress them not only FOR SALE I I Calezenger.kitchen furniture 2784 Forbes Send price.Street.J. P.
formed us that they have been on the alert with His power but, what is more, with His 1941 Pontiac club coupe good con- Two-bedroom apartment. Convenient
for these school children but that the youngsters dition. Also four room o( furniture : to NAS. Ext. 8140.
genuine love. The most amazing exampleof price reasonable. 3806A Nor- Job as baby litter. Phone 2-9783, Mi(.
dart across the street before the this is found in Mark 3:22: where we man Street. Dewey Park. A. S. Glandon. .
Good used sewing machine. Phone
policeman can reach the corner. Nearly a find his enemies insisting that He does His 1947 Buick Super sedanette. Low 1004, Mrs. Chrlstoff.
core of anxious mothers called us to laud miracle of mercy through the power of Sa- mileage excellent condition. Mellor, Used chlfforobe.. Mr. Qulnby, Box 603.Wesconnett. .
ext. 365, or phone 27313.
our stand and to thank us for bringing tan. Is not their accusation the most remarkable 1936 Chevrolet. Good rubber and body, Two or three-room apartment In private .
tile matter to light. $250. Bernard, ext. 8367. home with someone who will
tribute could Him? I
they pay 1947 Crosley sedan. Good condition. care for small child. Mrs Shelton
Further study of the problem leads us Would they have ventured to attribute to Ext. 446. Fairbrother. I Box: 85 Yukon. Fla.
to a number of conclusions. Our second suggestion the devil in Him the power which they acknowledged 1942 clean.Crosley.Ext. 506> ,Excellent Fisher. condition, I slide l rule.LOST5V' W. E. McCanahan.
seems impractical, as it would unduly that He possessed if they had 1947 Halllcrafters. S-X 42 receiver and I Power Plant No..1..
the busses if adult would matching cpeaker. Used only two I
delay city an
thought His will was really devilish? Would months new condition and guaran-
descend at each stop to help youngstersacross they not have spoken softly and called Him tee. Lt. Dixon VO-ATU No. 6, ext. I
the street. Our last suggestion, that by the gentlest names they knew if they Four 8156.rooms of furniture, baby crib,
mothers meet the busses and escort their believed He incarnated malevolence rather mattress high chair and play pen.
Cheap. 1411B Child St., NAS. G. J. .
children home, still stands, although many than benevolence ? I think it indeed remark- Smith.
mothers claimed it was impossible for them able that the terror which ordinarily follows 1941 original Buick finish.club coupe.Priced Radio to sell.heater See y
f 1o do this as they had babies at home they belief in demoniac possession is, here, R. J. Ballentine, ATU No 4, hangar
could not leave alone. So, here are the entirely absent. Those who knew Him, who i 20 foot 114, ext.trailer.711. Excellent condition. IJy Jean O'Bryant, Y2c
two remaining solutions, boiled down from watched Him day after day, though not Innerspring mattress plenty of storage Tramp, tramp, tramp, the girls
I space, two large closets front are marching! And we really looked -
many helpful ideas submitted : His followers, thought Him to be possessedby porch. Sacrifice for $GOO. Ideal for
their children couple wishing to avoid present highrental sharp, too Even Schenleywas
All mothers should tell
a moral will that they did not feel fear' races. Inquire Lot No. 00, in step. Here's hoping thti
that when they alight from the bus they in a presence they believed to be supernatural. Yukon Trailer Camp. Mr. Crouse i is not the last Navy Day paradefor
should not attempt to cross the street Chair, walnut finish, wine color. 1162 the women of the Navy, but
Road. et. 8387.
Ly themselves. NATTC police will be watching only time will tell.
One of the conclusive proofs of the Di- wrlJ.eBradl b
Reasonable. Right Around Home We're
the busses and as soon as they see
vinity of Jesus is the way in which He bore Dewey Park Annex. having some spooks early this
any school kids get off, they will immed- Three rooms of furniture Sold together -
the burden of supernatural power. Those or separately. 3114A Barr Ave., year. Merle Hamilton can't fine
iately walk down to the corner to help who read their new Testaments with this Dewey Park Reusso. out who left those little (and we
:the little ones across ; ((2)) Mothers should thought in mind, will find new spiritual Washing.IS. Also machine 7-plece excellent maple llvlngroorn condition, do mean small) slippers beside
further inform their youngsters that in therein. suite cheap. Ext. 488 Evans. her bunk. A secret admirer, no
blessings 3'i h.p. outboard motor. Good con doubt. Then there's the little man
the event they are not noticed by members Those who have authority over others r ition. $53. Ext. 407, Parker. who wasn't there that brought a
ot the NATTC police force, and no one will do well to study Jesus. He has much to Portable Bailey. paint spray outfit. Ext. 763: scream from Frenchy last Friday .
comes over immediately to escort them teach the earnest, sincere student. Washing machine deluxe model with night. Maybe he was a wandering ,
across Yorktown Avenue, they should ask pump timer four months old. Jensen Fire Warden, but, then,
the first grown-up who comes along to Chaplain H. F. Menges. I trailer 3, Yukon Trailer Camp maybe he wasn't Lucille Rogers '...
is holding out on us. We hear
see them safely to the other side. street alone and the importance of stayingon Ext. 391, Mrs. Wise. she has talent along the grass
The burden of responsibility, of course, the sidewalk until someone comes along Bathlnette with hood and mattress skirt line. Do we have to pay a
rests with the parents. And it would be who will conduct them safely to the oppositeside. Remington 1335A Randolph foursome St.. electrc NAS. shave-E. E.: cover charge to see the show,
tragic, indeed, if some little child were seri- Let's not have to read the headlinein Booth. Rogers ? Leave it to Helen
Thayer baby buggy excellent condition Pachter to think of somethingnew .
ously injured simply because his or her the Jax Air News : "Child Darts From bathlnette. 'r1 Inkle. 5208 Tian- and different. She held a
mother failed to properly impress upon his Curb Into Path of Auto; Parents Grief- Maple syhanla platform Road rocker Wesconnett slightly soiled "room warming" after our meeting -
or her mind the danger of crossing the Stricken at News of Youngster's Accident" $10; lovely gray leatherette babycarriage last week. The chow served
$14:; circulatlnqheater was strictly ritzy. Everythingfrom
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'CEREMONY $30: : south bed caviar to nuts, with jellybeans
. nNNUAL FLOWER with matching chest $16. Phone d-
r .-..- -.. '"' 1260. Mrs Davis on the side. Have you
(ias; lange: cost $125, like neused I found all the missing articles that .
ro only few months $;3. May be usedfor wandered away during the party,
natural bottled Can t/e
seen at 4557 or Blount Ave gas.? Tirnu- :' Helen? Room 212 used to be
quana Manor. J. H. Mc 'alr. so quiet and peaceful, too.
Several suits, dresses, and two coati I'
Excellent condition Reasonable. The midshipman who sat 1.I la
s I Mis Collier, 2054 Ernest Street. front of Midge Bryant at the foot-
Set of coif clubs six lions two ball game really took a beating,
e I ext.woods 753. bag and 12 balls. $.IS. Tracy, I and we mean literally His hat
Three cocker spaniel puppIes. A,K.f, will never be the same but, then, ...
registered. J. J. Ervln ext 643. :or Midge\ won't either In church
2 see Jacksonville at 2773 Claremont Circle South Sunday morning she opened tier ...
mouth to sing but nothing happened '
o- Five months old kitten female black i
3 Very nice for children. Sleyster ext A mere squeak resulted ....:
692 Pensacola may have .had a ..t.' "
1939 sedan.Studebaker Four new Commander tires and overdrho custom 1 much larger goat than Jax but "!:
good: mechanical condition $550 ours certainly made more noise.
Wood room 148 Bldg 714 ext I lie started early and celebrated :.;
!588. far into the night we know ." .
Marine fleet's overcoat. lze 18 ne-,'
$50. 1197 Cumberland Roud \\'. h I 'cause the back yard of "26 isn't ':
Swindells phone 82158. far from 722 '
Six-room frame bungalow In Timu-
quana Manoi Lifetime roof, hard .'"
: x wood floors tile bath and drain gi '
Includes automatic el'Ctrleater I 4
rR heater, electric stove, oil cliculatlru
t& heater and Ice box Immediate possession -
Phone 2-80-12 4543. Blount At the Station Chapels, BlrmiiithM
Ave Read and MniUn AreaaePretatUat .
WO-NATTC Service: Chaplain A. 0.
Room with kitchen privileges Murray ttoyer.ifl45 .
lllll Motion, Phone 2-2106 or b-W91, -General worship SerTloeChap
Cummlngham. lain F. L. Albert.
Two-room apartment In private homeConvenient C.U.....
-, ', ,UIIII _-.; rv"CBS... SW5Wi51 5! WSW"!'T,T WWKfV'**_ to Five Points. $45 a 700-Mai..
< month 2042: Dcllwood Ave. Conklin. .
THE ANNUAL TRADITIONAL Flower Ceremony observanceof:, : of Navy Day was conducted. See after :"30- t. --lda.... .
) ) ) .f.> our-room apartment.in.private horae.'DrcMlaUnk An., Outdoor $artery for, mall tbU- I
'" neater front porch, etc.VS .: greet' le soalatelard .between $.WPage J.
,;.' | -a month, three moitttts rent )ni. .'. ad'U$1. .i'.;..
: : : : advance, Phone,2-328dWee: :F1yn "
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30 October 1947 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Pare; Five
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Engineering DUittion. by Fred II atl,
):. Clyne-On the "King for :a for a rendezvous with someone
Day" program at the A&R last the cafeteria Tut! Tut! Phil.
week George Waggoner Jr., aged Personnel and Administration MEANDERING AROUND SUP-
16 and a junior at Landon High by Dot DIckson-Welcome to Personnel PLY: Who is the stately grey-
School took the spotlight for the Lt. Comdr, Sweet. We haired gentleman who wines ard
Engineering Division. He was hope you will enjoy being our dines Olive Taylor so much late
Comdr. George Waggoner Fischer, new boss. Lt. (Jg) Shuford. who ly in such style? And did yoa iit -
Engineering Officer, for one day. recently transferred from San know they still have to have a I a' >?x ._ -
Congratulations George. Juan, is going to be Vocational chaperone? Did you know I ;. Warw.iii1'iy.
The bowling team lacks the Training Officer. We also wish to Aubrey Wilson beat everyone to ,
punch they had last year. I guess welcome aboard Rubin Bradley, the Labor Board and got the firs
they will get the ole ball rollingone who is going to work with "Glam new button? Why do Carl
of these days. We have a new our Boy" Warren.It Reiter, Hartley Steeves, and La- : ,
member on the team now. A. r.... seems that Lt. (jg) Spahr mar Scott pull Coca Cola bottles '
'(Awful Large) Tuggle. He maybe has been going around imitating out of the rack and look to see
the spark plug we need for the W. C. Fields. However, that red if they are empty? If you
team. Come on, fellows, let's go! beak is getting back to normal. have any bets V place, see
The civilian golf team membersare : Correction in last week's paper. "Bookie" George Dwelle Fret
not to forget the tournamentfor Quina has an idea to commercializb I
Marjorie Pie is really Marjorie .. .
the month of November coming Owen. After all-? his "harem" (whom he takes AN IMPORTANT STEP IN the major overhaul of aircraft
out for spaghetti dinners at lunch I
up the has near future.notice Lt. (Jg) Sweat Is the proud time) by opening a reducing class engines at A&R is the honing of cylinders to restore the mirror-
that By the way, fountain anyone is bactc mama of a new Hudson. She went Let us know how you come out smooth finish of the cylinder walls. Here, D. D Ball, left keeps a I
In operation? home last week-end and broughther Fred, and what you charge careful eye on the honer while W. Garner uses an air hose to
They say that Al Tuggle Js mother and the car back. Over the back fence can be SCMI blow away the powdered metal ground by the honing stones.
Clara Speer's new fall garden. It
giving Paul Carman a little competition -
'. on this "Arm Chair Assembly Division by Joanna is putting up a brave fight in INSIDE Inspecting 1
Farming." He has a few chickens Jordan-Back again this week! I spite of all the heavy rains .
now: rabbits next, maybe? Maybe but minus an important and I Sarah Gardner recently attend 1
they like chicken on Thurs- charming member of the Assem- I one of the banquets given by the PUBLIC WORKSMary TheInspectors
day bly Group office We lost Ida Business and Professional Wom
Bouchard on Friday, and I am an's Club. She has been prominent Rodgers in Maintenance
Accessories Uh'l.lon.by Dorothy sure everyone who knew Ida will in B. & P. W. activities for quite Section reports that C. Si Wemp,
M. Williamson Ted Math-
.. miss her sweet smile and good some time and is a member of supervisor of the Locksmith Shop, By Helen Burnette -
ews' wife has returned from a ,
morning greetings that were received the Legislative> Committee of that Well, the bowling team felloe 1
vacation in Wa I
long Kentucky. returned an enjoyable vacation
when she was around. organization Virgina Spurlock are still holding their own. Th*;
tell the difference in his
can sure While uptown shopping Satur- has resigned to be married-her on which he visited West Inspection Team is still in first
behavior it is much better.
; is when day, I saw our foreman Mr. Ar- last day at work was October Palm Beach and St. Petersburg.She I place-first place two weeks in a
Langston Everyone is going wondering to work nold, walking quite fast to keep 17th Sarah Deep (Inventors ) I also reports that J. R. Kingin row! Let's hope this continuesand
with his and Wayne Adams plan to be at the Gooi
We welcome Lambing to our shop up vivacious 7-year-old the Upholstery Shop went fish we stay top
son. Don't you think, Mr.: Arnold, married on November 23rd. rolling, youse guys!
from L. G. Shop Murray the last week-end withR.
hunted that there should be a beneficial VIA THE HOSPITAL: Lois I ing over The fellows in the barracks all
., '. and a half welding and finally tips for found an themin hour suggestoin put In on a quicker Miller, a former "Supply-er" who i L. Mosely and J. R. Woodrumand are wondering why John Came-}
his pocket Masters was out method of transportation than I was transferred to 7th Naval Dis- all he caught was a bumpon can't sleep when the radio is
sick Wednesday. Wonder if 't "feet" when you are trying IA trict, is ill with pneumonia and the noggin. The story goes playing Wonder, wonder, wonder
was what he ate or what he vain to keep up with the younger is in the hospital at Woodbine Woodrum in the It's a pretty sure bet that th*
that was sitting
drank! that caused it? Mrs. generation of today? I Georgia We are glad to welcome I j Inspection Department has mor4new
' Woolbrite has returned from a I Last week, Lt. Gant received ; Betty Payne back after a I middle of the boat and all the fish babies than any other do
vacation, and we are sure glad' an urgent plea to have a hoot owl six weeks "tour of operations" in I were biting on the bait of Us\ partment in the A&R. One of
she is back. Tennett is happy as removed from Assembly No.2. St. Vincent Hospital. buddies at each end of the boat. these days (when we get around
He would like to know from the SHOPPING: If Is interested to it it would be
it took a lot of work off his shoul- I anyone Woodrum volunteered to show \ ) interesting tq
ders. members of that sanctuary what in doing his Christmasshopping know Just how many new babie?
kind of night work they have early "Mom" Shef- King how to catch fish with King'srod under six months of age are in
of the Ordnance I
'.. been doing that requires an owl field, otherwise known as the "In- and reel, and in the confusion our group. Don't be surprised
a quick hop
the other without for a chaperon. Maybe this owl dispensable Dispensary Dispenser King got hit on the head by you get a questionnaire to fill out
but was day wishing for a parachute be- knows something that we would ," is the one who can help. She a rod. He says next time he goes I -and who knows we Just might
one like to know. How about it, Lt. has a wide selection of cards, fishing it will be a solo job. i select the most attractive "Littl. *
fore he made it. Some pilot hada i
collision with a Crosley (Jg) Gabriel? Aint'cha going to plain ones as well as those on Football continues to be the Inspector."
Newest addition super to our fish let us in on your secrets? We which your name may be printed, main topic of interest in tha I Incidentally, if you hear any
would really like to know what'sgoing and she has the seals,
ermen's club is James H. Brow- Maintenance Section. Some of the news stories about "Pat" and"Mike"
son He caught three on his first on around Hangar 123. ribbon, etc., etc. for putting the fellows including Walter Crevasse going around, don't bi
trip! Looks like we have a Our girl, Mary, really strikesa gay finishing touches to those and E. J. McGonigal wentso alarmed as it'll be a good guess
new snapper striker in 20 Mil-M- good bargain She managed to packages. I far as to attend the that the tales come from two cf
eter shop. How about it, ex-chief talk Chief Brennan out of two: CONGRATULATIONS to VI- North Carolina game FlOrida-I our chiefs-recent "Poppers". _
Who is the weather prophet bottles of French perfume for ona Townsend who is the proud afternoon and rushed and they'll be bragging on their
,.,: In Ordnance Shop who can always only 95 cents. She sure sounds grandmother of an eight and one- tend the NAS-Pensacola 1\Ukes"-namely.. "Mike" Strad-
, \.,. tell when fair weather will like a mighty good person to half pound boy-he's 21 3 inches same night. They enjoyed thE: ley and "Mike" Deel.Congratulations .
, : be on the days he has to go to the have around when it comes to I long, too, which gives him a good night game. Mr. McKinley was to Chief ai. 1
,/\' Veterans' Adm. ? He always hanging on to money and knowing head start. His mother is Dor- on hand in Gainesville Saturday Mrs. G. L. Miller on the leceut
r-:.'. comes back with a string of fish. how to keep from spending othy Branyan former secretaryo night to help the Fraternity addition to their little family
,.l-, (Didn't know they sold fish up it. How about it, Mary? Whila ,. Mr. A. O. Anderson (Lt. (Jg) House drape their lawn display!?, group-a son. Best wishes to ;you
. there) Who was absent from on the subject, let us get a good Anderson at that time) of the La- belittling North Carolina's folks.
our shop for two days and, when whiff of that perfume real soon. bor Board. Viona plans to fly in black. And Cathy team'l Aircraft Overhaul Inspection
"1 he did come back, had two black Harry Dennard, supervisor of out to Beaumont, Texas, very the Time Unit says she got quitea welcomes the addition of two ntw
/.' eyes and a broken nose? He said' Shop 1012, is back from a trip soon to pay him a visit. I kick out of the little goat mascot inspectors from the Ordnance
:_'i":,' it was touch football, but we are: to Long Beach, California. Wo PIGSKIN PREDICTIONS: Tom at the NAS-Pensacola game. Group-R. A. Zabick, ACOM: and
wondering Who is the big- sure are glad to see your Camilla Forrest selected the following list I Chuck Skillern had a harrow- H. W. Winderweedle, ACOM, who
..' time operator in Ord, since the face back among the crowd, Mr of anticipated gridiron victoriesfor ing experience last week. When will continue with Ordnance inspection -
';'r t race track opened up? Who I Dennard. Judging from your happy next Saturday. How do tlvy I he arrived home from work his but will now come under
..! bought a new fishing outfit andI expression, California evidently compare with yours?Army over wife was not there and, upon entering the Jurisdiction of the Aircraft
"i said he did not know how to use is putting out sunshine insteal Washington & Lee, Texas A. Mover II the house, he discoveredsome \ Overhaul Group.
: \. it? He had to be off to take his of rain. (No offense meant to Arkansas, Furman over soot on the hall floor. Then Two new chiefs are welcomedinto
wife to the doctor one day and Florida). i Florida, Georgia over Clemson he noticed his raincoat wrapped the department. E. Oxer-
I !: was later seen on the bank of a Planning DUIslon-by Maklpa Georgia Tech over Duke. Alabama I I around the heater pipe tectn holts, ACMM, and Frank John
\: creek with a line in the water -News from the Planning Di\l- over Kentucky, Miami over I which a scratching sound was Lakatosh, ACM?!. Glad to have
What's wrong, Johnnie? slon seems to be a scarce article. I II I South Carolina, Notre Dame over originating He opened the heater you fellows and hope you will e:1:
Wouldn't the pontoons work? Wa We don't want to be known as I Navy, Mississippi St. over Tulane : door and a bird covered with soot joy working with us.
i'If!;',, haven't seen the car on the road I "snoopy spies", but we would like: U. C. L. A. over CalifornU ''I flew into the bedroom. Before I Sorry to lose A. F. Church.IT.
:4 '''. yet. to have some dirt without havin'': I VACATIONS: Eunice Chesser Chuck could capture it, tr-3) bird I II ACMM, recently. Chief Church
;:. We welcome to the Instrument I to dig for it. Come on, gang and spent the week-end in Lake City, I had smutted at least seven: placeson I was inspector in Fuel Storage and
'\.\ ; Shop, Chief Bond, Dedrick, AFClc send along some interesting fact and Bertha Kicklighter vacationed the walls. Chuck late found'I If was transferred to FADU, San
:.ftw" and Margo, S2c. Hope they will Mattie Wood) is expecting company in DcLand. f out his wife had gone home to Diego. We'll miss having you
. :. like us H. A. Garrett has a over the week-end. We understand -I A LAUGH OR TWO A I mother until Chuck could get the around, Chief, but hope you enjoy -
' he's arriving from the : man house in order. your new station of duty.
big smile now, as he found his
who lived in Nob
..' Georgia Peach okay when he got west coast the west coast of I I noticed that the a contents hotel of I In the Utilities Section, L. R. I Gilbert Boshard, ACMMas:
to Savannah Saturday Claw- Florida, that Is. I bottle of fine bourbon a Boyer, master mechanic is already transferred from Inspection to
son Joined the Navy to see the Mrs Loyce Ferguson was the were drop. making plans for his retirement -I Transportation. Hope you enjoy
sea and at last he has his chance. recipient of a beautifully wrapped ping at a rapid mark rate, so he made a i in January 1949. He says your work, Chief.
He reports to R C. Station !in gift last week only to find that I tiny pencil on the label t he is going back to God's country I II C. E. McAllister, principal Inspector -
current level. Re- I
Charleston, S. C., Monday. Happy she was Just to be the deliverer opposite home that he founda I -California-and buy a little in Engine Overhaul
sailing, sailor. of a wedding gift to her son and I turning night, farm where he can raise flowers, Group, is away on a two-week-
Plant Ilivislon-by Walt Flet- daughter who were married in a don't : vegetables, fruits, and cane Juice. i cation. Mac' is spending his timein
C'ht'r-Harry Sauer, division fore- double ceremony on Oct. 11, 1911. I put a pencil He says he is going to throw Baltimore with his folks and
bottle. I'd hate to have I
- man, is taking his annual vacation Latest News Flash: Orders for : away his radio, and the only newspaper reminiscing with old school chums
to water in such whis
and Lt. Harper is also tak- Lt. Dick Quattlebaum from NAS put" good he will take will be one and acquaintances. .
ing a leave We hope you are enjoying I to foreign duty (Washington, U. I key. written in Yiddish so he can't pos- Congratulations to three of our
yourselves There are C.). Good luck, Lt., but A&R will A Kansas attorney was question. sibly read it. Sounds good! men who were presented awards
also others absent today-Buzz miss your smiling countenance i ing a colonel in a livestock suit. In the Housing Unit, it Is repotted and medals last week: B. C. Bee
Sawyer who couldn't escape the and those devilish eyes. Unable to shake the testimony, that Barbara Faulknerwas be, ARM2; S. H. Klassy! ACMM;
'.t clutches of the cold bug, and Paul The number 6 bowling team I he turned to sarcasm. "They call the recipient of a nice box of and R. A. Zabick. ACOM.: GooJ
Carman, who let something get a composed of Joe Corte, Charlie you Colonel", he sneered. "In candy from an unknown ( ?) work, fellows. We feel honored
grippe on him Fred (Coffe (76)) Field, George Hull, Cassida, what regiment were you a colonel mirer. having you in our department.
Time)) Garst would be a gocd and Fred Wood, is now in No. 10 I ?" "You might call it the cow Helen Johnson in the Ad II.d-1 Miss LiHian Wolfe, senior clerk,
man for the super-secret atomic position. They rank low in every- brigade", drawled the Colonel. wants someone to give her a really is blessed with patience
bomb project. Fred says he has thing except points lost-highest I want a serious answer!" rappedthe book. Helen received a and fortitude. We know, 'causa
,;' found out from experience that in that Corte bought a new bowl- lawyer. "Well, then, explain. cooker for her recent marriage: we observed her interviewing J&
the best thing to do is keep your ing ball in order to establish low- ed the Colonel, "it's this way. and, after considerable experi- I A. Marable for information on hug
mouth shut about certain <<< ?) est score in his record. Disgusted The 'Colonel' in front of my ment, has found that you can't "Loyalty Form." Kr
matters. with the score, he loaned the ball name's like the 'Honorable' ui bake a cake in it. And, speaking ; .
, Walace Mertz, one of the team to Field and lady luck took a front of yours -it doesn't meana i Iof cake, Frances Theus promise Los Angeles, Calif. (SEA)-D '".,
of trouble-desk jockeys of Mertz hand in the game and Charlie thing!" to bake a cake for the boys over Robert Stump was one of the
and Harnish and also this report. came through with the highest r the week-end, and when she came Judges who awarded Actress Mare
er's main informers, was seen, score in his record. NAVY WIVES CLUB SETS i to work Monday, she said it didn't :garet Marquis the title in a "pet,
S staring into space the other day ....- MEETING FOR NOVEM11EIC turn out right. We believe she ate feet back" contest. Two years later
in the coffee mess line. It's quite Washington, D.C. (SEA) The The Jacksonville Navy Wives it herself. Miss Marquis came back to become
possible he' was day-dreaming cf dome of the Capitol got its first Club Number 86 will hold its The Ad Bldg. welcomed back his wife. Dr. Stump la a char
:\' ;\ flying in one of the new jet face-washing in history recently. monthly business meeting on 6 Laurie Rosenburg from a two-. praetor. .
., .M,' planes from Supersonic Sable Rookies of the District Firemen/ November at 1400 in the Dewey week vacation He said it wasiV* ]I
'?"+." I Carlotta Lotta-Lotta'a garage, or Training School had the honor of' Park, Community Bldg. Further too enjoyable, as it rained ttu Sailor's, wife (aa he.; .Comes
" :", < was it a blonde, Mer l"J, Tarnish training the high-pressure hpac)\lp. plan! for the teen-age club will first week MJf the second week at 0300) : "Well, home ,iiJ,the best
tells me yedheadg ,arc his pick, i on the dome for UK|":first:time tfnco! be'dlscuS U,. phi! plane to further he made' the)mistake;of goJ'1g.to place after: all,. i. n/t.itr%. .
E. F. Phillips '(Sleepy) was I the buUdiJ1 : waa. ;''completed In othoif"club activity. AH Navy th0 'fclorlda-tforUv& Carolina. \ gam*. Sailor: .!'I wouldn't, know abo t
?1 w seen I shipping out at lunch tIm 1866. wives amt guests arc wf'J<<,m in Gatneevllle. that, but it'e the Holy plane op.cW\
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Pag Six NATrC.lAX AIR NEWS SECTION :30 October 1947
II HALLOWEEN DANCE FEATURES ROYCE STOEfiffliER I
JAX am NEWS
NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER
I .! Jul.. F. Sehuaraher, USNC.omm..hnll
I Cm+m.nder Rr P. o-be, USN
U. Paul, F. ;;:.ii:.". (ChC), USN
Public Information Offirvr.Advtuor 01
to In Air News
Editorial Office for NATTC Section. Room. 131 sal 118.
Administration UuiMin &o -A. Tel. \Kst.: JOS.
Arthur T. KouUonikolU. SUN
Robert J. Wl"hlin.c.. 91.SIorts .
I. D Mitndsi-hfln JAOM -
All Photo r |>h* are off.ri.1 l U. S Navy Photographs>> male by NAS
Photo Lab and Av. Fund School Photo Lab unl u. otherwise' crwiitai.WHftT : -
.LI4. aMM4 MLYI Mw.Mww.
TO DO! WHERE TO GO
MOVIE SCHEDULE P ,
TIIUKMJAY-NO: SHOW. Hallowe'en Dance starting at 2y)0, fcaturlng ::
( Royce Stoenner and his 10 piece ban. I ._.. .. .. .. .. ... ,--- -. ..
Jo'JClU.U SATITELUAYDOWN TO EARTH starring Rita lllOIII.ir.HT OF Till': NATTC IHI.LOWK'KV: DANCE tonight will be the- return appearance of
llayworth and Larry Pprks Shows at 1TSO and 2tXW on Friday ami' Royce Stoenner and his orchestra. Stoenner's met( ow musicians will provide dance music from 200O.
1400. 1T30 and 2tXX) on Saturday to 2100 this evening in th auditorium. Girls fron local Jacksonville clubs have been invited and
no one will be without a dancing partner The Hall>we'en theme will be carried out to the extreme
SltNIAYDRIFTWOOD, with Natalie Wi od arid Walter Bren- with decorations and amusement provided by Welfare Refreshments will include "Cokes", cookie
nan Shows at 1400) 1830 and 2Ok)'. and popcorn. Dancing prizes will be given for the coi-ples who win the Jitterbug and Waltz contests
There ia also a rumor that this Stoenner fellow swings a mean Rumba to satisfy those with a .
MONDAY AND :." >.\Y-MAGIC TOWN starring Jane Wy South American taste for music. Civilian cloth's have been authorized for enlisted personnel or
man and James Stewart. Shows at 1730 and 2000. dress uniform. Come and into
the swir with
I early get g Royce Stoenner and his orchestra
WKI; ..-U: Y TWO BLONDES AND A REDHEAD with Joan ----- -- -- --
Fetter and Jimmy Lloyd. Shows at 1730 and 2000TlirK .
D\Y- DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK, starring Ctaud- I THE WORD
tte Colbert and Henry Fonda. Shows: :at 1730 and 2000. NATiCCneu : .1'.1''Ve
THINGS TO DOABOARDFLEETS FROM, AVIATION I FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL
have it ill good authority that some of the Division's
IN-Open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg. 517. Chiefs and First Class are taking: over the Tucker concernin
Sandwiches and snacks available. the field of high finance. The big "typhoon", the grapevine
BOWLING-S.x alleys Ui Ship Service avail. s ee reports, is Joe "Bananas" who can he seen "nosing"
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, through stock quotations daily.D. .
17)+;*2130. League games have priority. L. Clark and W. G. Matthews grab off the honors for
N "'l''l'O LIBRARY: Located In Auditorium.
-- - - being' highest in the Class AF 08
Open Monday Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to TEA I An AMM instructor, suspectinghis ; of this week with averages near
2Io 1. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun. A very exciting game was played : boys in class were drowsing 82"'"" We wish them the san j
day, 1230 to 2100. last week between the "Tig dropped into double talk to catch success in their "A" schools whichare
ers" and the "Bulldogs" resul- them. His. talk went somethinglike AerNf for Clark and AMM
ATHLETIC GEA& Available at Gear Locker. ing in a tie of 6-6. Miller and I' "You this take: the loose sections of for Some Matthews of the numerous smaller
Physical Training Department Bldg. SIX Beard who Just stepped over the the tendered smolg and gwetf items that came up this week
team, with a pass from Miller t.) them, being careful not to overheat which we can't pass by are: Hancock
TENNIs -Racquets and balls available at Physical Beard, wh ojust stepped over the,' the brought agooks. At this and Bittle seen visiting buddies
Training BUg. 513 I line for the touchdown I time, extract the wampt, and heat at Bldg. 500. daily: the football
Now they're getting to wr* i< them gently for about time and a tt"am. led by :Moffett Cross,
on the Basketball team, with half. Fwengie each one twice, then Peveiierl (1I cant pronounce it
practice starting over in 523 this dip them in bliger. Otherwise dis- either and Phillips racked up a
SWIMMING--Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Jt week Lt.
Friday-1300 to 2000. Saturday-i)910 to 2100; "
captain. Reminds: me of I 'plank-owners" and Hobbs check-
fiundiy-1300 to 2100. "Yes," came a sleepy r >ly from
last year-we had a fine team ing out to the SepCen; ditto Foster
and they were amply rewarded the rear, "What are twetchels? ; and Chiefs Davis Sinko and
Go-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's tor a good season with a wonder Thomas (various amounts of M'a
Service m Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 I till 2230 Spon Put party-celebration. I I (other'hy can't you marry" behind those names" checking into
him, dear? Don't love him?
acted by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville.: Proceeds; for the Nur- Joe Lucyk was tacking up a'' you the fold.
Daughter: "Yes but hes" an
In honor of Navy Day. BI1J';J.
I16rv picture outside the office th>
atheist. He doesn't believe in
other day and he had a mouthful! 520 and 525 stayed open Sunday
of nails I H. with four "counters" on hand to
sticking outof teeth
Mother: "Marry him my de9.?. ,
welcome aboard visitors. The take
i.( WHERE TO GO-ASHORE and in between his whiskers. I I Between us we'll convince him he's at the hangar included Willie Lea-
warned him he
was going to swat! "
wrong. I| ko and and Childers and
I one of those nails, but he told
I SALVATION ARMY CLUB, formerly at 122 W. Forsyth Street me to never fear; he had no ordinary < gals are retaliating!! wife while 520 drew a big gOORI'I-
to now located at 900 Liberty Street. 2O( f) Bed Dormitory which in* throat but a sieve that I AEM "B" I I egg for their efforts. What happened
eliklea locker and shower, $50. A snack bar breakfast, lunch and drained the impurities out of hi.* The AEM "B" school's sayintr at those buildings shouldn'thappen
abort orders served ai reasonable prices. beer: MacDonald ambled up justin of the week is "We lost our last I I anyplace except Ship'sService
time to hear that last remark football game but we are good where some sort of a boy
WHERE TO GO ASIIOI.E: NCCS Club at Church and Newnar : and was very indignant "Joe. hr electrician mates." It's by ournew cott should be established to make
Streets Club open daily: from 1700 to 2300 Saturday 1200 to 2400 said in his Bostonian drawl, "votiknow trainee Wasco in Class EB8. them cut down the ever rising
2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays Saturdays prices on the various fast moving .
Sundays 1000 to darned well THERE AIN'T In the Navy one really covers
And Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. NO IMPURITIES IN BEER!!" territory such as Lubinski who I commodities i. e. milk ntwlches "I -\
I I hear the Gilchrest, Felty and recently reported aboard from the i
Clayton were seen in Tallahassee west coast where he played foot In the wake uf various cnangesin ;,
last weekend with a co-ed on each ball. A week later he was playing schedules clashes and personnel -
armrumor is that they wen on the TEn team here on the < one change that stands out
east coast I| head and shoulders over everyond
pleased with their visit to
ALL HANDS INVITED i' i :. that city, and plan to return very I Poor Richardson!!! Workingwith 'else Is Chief Wells who is taking -
I Student Division Headquarters
Slide Rule over -
soon!!! Maybe education app '\L" a '
to them ? ? I nearly a week must be m s: (They're remodeling the
j : puzzling. Oh Yanaros, in tower Mr Field, place has also
HALLOWEEN DANCE # Its to Jennie
good see i Formerly case you might ever be lookingfor been taken by Lt. Bass, a recent
("Generator Jennie") back in '
Slide Rule --- I kno' arrival from Yellow Water, already -
the School. It was told that the I your
where It Is. I sized up for the football
Dental Dept. presented her wit i I team The only trouble with tin
One should see our last graduating -
must have a loss they say, andMrs a big Ipana smile on their face having a suitabe" nickname Air
Edna is certainly going to o> Wells let' have it'!
This class was detained In Florid
71 Cml missed
; JI due to the recent hurricanes -
, / Poor Rieve he really shouldn When are you boys coming bark I.UIES'UXII.LUV:
have to be: heckled so much burthen to see the sunny South Anyway -
1JzeJ he is always doing something good luck to Hauckes, O'H'1- OF FI.KKT ItKSKICVK=
to rate headlines r instance ra, Shatzer and Stokes. WILL MEET: MONDAYThe
along with hit: All 13 Chief Ayres finds that he ha Ladies Auxiliary of th!
Stoenner and his Orchestra course to make him strong, he talent of being an artist. Ah lesson Fleet Reserve:' A soituon will
Royce paid 3 dollars the other day to plans it could be nothingbut hold its regular monthly bunine.
make himself beautiful had hit meeting M mday at 2000 in .;
hair cut in a vet becoming Sammy Bennett seemed to have Community Building, Cumberland -
THURSDAY, 30 OCTOBER 1947 fashion, was shaved, perfumed, had( a gala time white on leave Road, with President Clara Stephan -
powdered and manicured. When does your next leave start, presiding, it was announced -
(NAHC AUDirOKIUM The brand-new brigeroom, Gil- Sam ? Glad to have you ba-i! by Mrs. Cleo C. Wyeges Publicity
breath ,ia back from his honey- anyway.A. Director, early this week'
moon. The ranks of theao "An- M. ICahnicli AEMta has Ourln fithe meeting, an election
2000 ctu+red <><>wn" sailors) 'In certainly Joined the school at Ship's Com I will his held to fill a vacancy net
Iflcrt"8hing-a.h, these Southern pony Wclcorna aboard the M ard of Directors
e I r
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I SECTION. a
30 October 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven
I Collins Flanges For Bulldog First Down I
NATTC Featured In
/ rdnunce Bulldogs ............... -- ___
Recruiting Film To
By. Fund. Hellcats Be Shown Nationwide I
Probably you haven't noticed
) any real authentic Hollywoodites
strolling along the avenues of It d
Boille To 0-0 Tie NATTC, or any of these beauti-
ful Goldwyn girls or Movie ac
tresses drawing wolf calls as they:
---- ----- street but
walk, placidly down the ,
were sure you nave noticed all)
Bulldogs Best Hellcats In the lights, cameras and action
First Downs By 10 To 1 that has' been taking place on th
base the past two weeks.
The Bureau of Personnel has
---- ----- ---
tent down men from the Princeton -
Film Center Princeton, New th- ; ;..
Jersey to make a Recruiting Film :I JOE COLLINS, triple threw from Ogl. shown in
the of being spilled as he darts around end in the recent
i of the Aviation Rates for recruiting process
ij purposes in high schools and clash! ; between the Tigers and the Bulldogs. The game ended io I
I j ij colleges throughout the nation.In i a_6__to_ 6_ tie.8mm .
j the two weeks that the Film i I
I II Company was here, they took over .
rP I 155 shots of every phase of NAT .
TC, including some actual action t
t I tj
shots of the Intramural Football I ct
rC flOEIY SitOr
games last week The whole movie -
which took over two weeks
to film and shot in Kodachromewill j
" last only twenty minute:* 'I ..
when it is shown. -
Officer in Charge of this unit I "
I Wobbie.r the
was Commander H. B. Jenkins. Hobbyist
who was on temporary order ,
from the Photo Center at NAS
Anacostia I Movie Camera enthusiasts should drop over to the
Who knows, maybe when you Hobby Shop and take a quick look at some of the newest
go to college, you'll see this PiC- the small size motion field.
developments in picture Very:
Last luesrtav; saw the two top NATTC Intramura) ture and re-enlist" I I
Teams battle it out to a scoreless tie. C'hdunner Mcaule\ shortly new equipment will be received to delight a camera
fiend's fancy. The Hobby Shop now has the versatile Cine
Buildups) and Chief Bacigalupo Hellcats fought up and I
I flown the gridiron, neither side able to cross over to pay Link Trainer; Camera, Revere Eight "99", Turret Camera. This camerahas
dirt. Tie in accordance with the Intramural rules been created in the same Revere -
games, I Ii to take a look at the set up of
agreed to before the season, do not count as a game and so I AOR1 'A' Schools tradition. Revere of"99"precision features workmanship exceptional I which proud.A the Railroad Club is justly
the Hellcats ana me uuuuogs' re ---- -- -- ---- ,
neither team high in total score against the operating ease and finest new supply of Old :Ma teArtist's <
main Adders last week for a 25 to 0 Lose OfficersThe !! photographic excellence In Water Colors and Oil Colors .
lost and the Hellcats addition "99" offers professional I
having a game victory The Hellcats ran up I have arrived and are now Id
: one'in to the good. 13 points in the first half with i Officers in Charge of Linl: advantages of a rotating turrethead I II stock at the Hobby Shop. These 1
The Ordnance Bulldog team, at Moffett running both touchdown I that makes three coated colors '
top strength, bested' the Hellcat' I plays' The Adder line found themselves Trainer School and Aviation Ordnance lenses and an extra optical viewfinder flowing and drying permant'nfrt'e with a
in first downs and in scoring up against a potent foe and "A" school have received instantly available for use, smooth finish. The astortment of
threats The Bulldogs' held the "Cookie" Cook, who attempted to their orders! Lt. Comdr. L. H. and by simply rotating the Revere i colors isaried and sati! fa<.tionguaranteed.
Hellcats to a single first down the Adder turret head, you can change from I
carry kicking assignment There is also a complete
Reagan and Lt. H. L. Sutton will
while marking up 10 first and tens found himself mobbed 01 I regular J/i" lens to the 1" or 1'y" I stock of American Artwt.s
for themselves. The majority of every attempted punt. Blocked: complete their Jacksonville! dutyas telephoto lenses, bringing distan Professional Brushes in varied
the action occurred in the Hellmi Adder kicks found most of the I of 30 October 1947. I subjects close up for greater d-- i sizes of camel hair. Pallette Cups
*.' territory, with the deepest played in Adder terri- tail and increasing your moviemaking -
game deep : Lt. Comdr. Reagan arrived 'I and Pallette Knives along with all
HehVat! penetration to the Bull tory and a faltering Adder offence opportunities immeasurably other accessories can be seen. on
aboard in December of 1945: to assume "
The 'V9, like the 8h"
iV>fr 21, on a long pass. had little results in attempting display, and if desired equipmentis
The Bulldogs came charging to to drive the ball to the Hellcat th* position of Assistant uses standard double 8mm economical -. not in stock can be easily obtained -
OinC of TAI In March of 1946 natural color or black and
the Hellcats last stripe in the home ground. The flyweight by asking the Storekeeper
first minutes of the second quarter -I Adder line and back field soon Mr. Reagan became OinC of LinK white film.Another. on duty.
after recovering a Hellcat I tired under the relentless pressure Trainer School and remained In outstanding feature I .
fuvible on the Av. Fund 20 Bnttawt I exerted against them by the that capacity until detached on over at the Hebby Shop is the
went to the 11 and Damarcrnntashed Hellcat Lt. Emerson Adder 28 Oct ber 1847. )fro Reaganhas Railroad Club, which meets or A Navy airman had to take this <<>
to the 9, It was fiitlown coach, had few reserves to aid been assigned' as Liaison Officer Monday nights at 1900. Although ,, parachute owing to engine
__ and goal to go when the his tiring original 11 and with at NATTC Memphis, Tenn this club is already functioning I trouble. On his way through space
Hellcat line sparked by Mahoney, I every bad break the Adders still Lt. J. E, Jenkins! will assume it has plans for great expansioi. he met an old lady floating up.
row up to hold the Bulldog onRuuigM : fought in a gallant manner. the duties of OinC at the Link Soon a full sized model railroad I I I "Hey!" he shouted, "have yin
When the Hellcats re- Chief Bacigalupos' powerful Trainer School. with numerous engines' and car? noticed a Mustang; going down"
Rfiived the pigskin they chose to Hellcats pressed on in the second Lt H. L. Sutton's orders ae will be in operating order AH I I I "No," replied the old lady,
kick and the ball went to the 'half and Peverigri crossed the for the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt << train fanatics are urged to "comeon "have you seen a gas stove goiiijfup'
611(14101 45 A Bulldog clipping I Adders' last stripe again for the CVB at Norfolk, Va. Mr. Sutton over and get acquainted" and "
penalty made it first and 25 from Hellcats to make the score 19-0 i reported to NATTC Jacksonville -
their own 20 An alert Hellcatback At the end of the third quarter, I 4 September 1944 as Ope:. DANIsH FOLK DANCE I
Intercepted an Ordnance the Adders were deep in their ations Officer of AOM"B" School.
PAW and in the final seconds of I own territory and an attemptedkick I In 1945, Mr. Sutton became Asst
the first half, on the Bulldog 25 I was blocked and flew OinC of AOM"B" and in 194H T
the Hellcats took possession of straight:: up. A Hellcat linesman! he became the Officer in Chargeof
the ball, Moffett, who played a caught:: the ball and went over for the AOM"A" school Ensign _
brilliant game for A v. Fund, went I the final T. D. making the score O R Turlington, former Asst
back to pass and was, mobbed by 25-0 OinC will become Officer m
the Ordnance line a, the first half Peperman. Adder fullback and Charge of the AOM"A' school.JaxNavy ',
ended only offensive hope, was injuredin 'S S __-.
Tht: second half was a battleof a previous game and was Loses
the lines, and the Bulldog line, forced to watch the game from
Hparked by Jansen Evert, Farr, the sidelinesItanrtAtN. :
I lank Ins, Jistel and Black fought Downed 12 U. 0 Close Match To : J
against the Hellcat wall of Mahoney Lt. Harlow's surprising Wildcats -
Ralph Cross' Lenard, Hin- I evened up their season's record Local Gun ClubThe
ten and Balls j, to read two won, two lost,
Darby, Bulldog halfback, snaked I last week when they defeated the Jax Navy Skeet team bowed -
his way through the Hellcat I forces' of TEE TS and TAI known to the Jacksonville Gun Clubby
line for large chunks of A v. Fund. AS' the BearcatsIn a 12 to 0 uprising only three birds Tuesday at
property and then Moffett would !! The game featured the ernoon on the NAS Skeet Range _
reclaim the lost land. A see-saw longest touchdown play of the I The Jacksonville sharp. -shooters
battle continued until Collins coi.- I: season, a play that totaled 9S who have gained nation-wide re
with Hentzen for a 20.yan1Giacalone I yards in all. I known for their expert marksmanship
.edt'd: Bulldog left end I The play was in the nature of almost met their mat'hat
snagged down one of Col I a heartbreaker to the Bearcat;, the muzzles of the Navy din ,i
lins' passes for another Bulldog : in that a moment before, thEY busters cus
first and ten The Bulldog offensive -I I had been on a concerted drive Captain G C. Miller picked off
finally bogged down on the that took them' all the way to the 93x100, Chief D. T. Gallitano o
Hellcat 25 and with only seconds' Wildcat 2-yard stripe before fizzling downed 94x100, W. M. Melton i 1 jC
left in the game, with Moffett out. The very first' play after AOMlc blasted 93x100, E A ,
injured and on the sidelines the I the Wildcats had taken over Hol- Varner, ACFC, got 95x100 and r vi+r r w ,
Hellcats attempted to run the ball den faded into the end zone, ai.
and the game ended, a scoreless: tossed a 25-vard aerial to Bloom. 9x100; making a total of 464 I se
tie, with the Hellcats on their quist, standing on the east sideline I birds'! out of a possible 500 The ,
own 20 Bloomqunt romped 75 yards 'Jacksonville Gun Club smashed
Mr. Welch, head referee, claimed without a hand being laid on him. 467 clay discs out of a possibi
that the game was one of the So in reality, the play was gooJ 500 a w a a .
i cleanest' And toughest fought foot- for something like 105 yards. High scorer for the afternoonwas
ball games yet played on the NAT After that the Bearcats wer-: Francis Ellis of the Jacksonville
TC gridiron sort of demoralized until the second Club who knocked down OS r
Hellcat Trounce. Adders half when it appeared a-c if of the flying saucers out of his allocated !
The Hellcats hit a new season they had perked up a bit, onlyto 100.Patient' .
.----- -- ---I have another one of the break .
NATTC of the game assail them. The "I'm in love with yon
Intramural Football Bearcats had taken over on the nurse, and I don't want to get
Wildcats 44-yard marker, and had well."
Schedule started a drive with DeAngeln Nurse: "Don't worry you won't LAST TUESDA1 NATTf was honored to ha'e a! its guests
making three yards around end The doctor's my husband, and he i the world renowned Danish Gym Team These 36 young Danish
only to be fined 15 for unnecessary saw me kismg you this morning: men and women staged one of the most unusual and interesting
0 Vuesday-Nbv.' 4 toughness In attempting to exhibitions of grace and skill. that has ever been witnessed aboard
get the yardage back the Bearcats HOW THF.Y HTANW this station Mr. Erick Flensted-Jensen and Miss Signs Bertelsen
Bulldogs vs threw a pass which Austin I (A fJ i>f Lest Tuc.i4iiy) have organized and directed the group throughout their Europeanand
of the Wildcats intercepted, and Won Lust Tie, North American totir The Damsh Gym Team has had a tre-
5 ra ed F>0 yards for the l'I'con.1' I Iap Helhiats.. 4 e I en4iift> ovation throughout the United States, Mexico and Can-
Wildcats 'rs HelicalsTOrarsdayNov. .4 last stone of the game Ihttwep S 4)) 3 ada. Pictured above is an original adaptation of a Danish folk
Tiger Z 1 1 lance are Hetge Tharup and Birte Chiitoj r8t'n. Mr. Thorup was
6 You can't kiss a gill unexpeot Wlbi atfl Z J 0 a high sdhw4 teacher in Denmark' and is also a talented amateur
'r e.*.y. Tike neatest you an come Idearw is 1 4 II actor Wit Chriftt f>ners+n was the National Danish 3 and 10 meter
r. Tlgea ".S Adders to it IsQ kiss tier fM*..-r that. A.iei..s 0 I 0 etiIag-clwrpi.i. Mr Thtwup ami Miss Christophersen exempli//
-- -- -- -- -- ------ she petted you wwuld. Tie eenats M Re fUI"I. ttve lath eat+bea.a kt' the VWUMW jw > a-II __ .. 'thl. ..-...
'" ''Y'7"'" ... ', 'T" rl-- '
Eight JAX AIR NEWS 30 October 1947
Topple Pensacola From Unbeaten Ranks With 19-13 Win
Station DumpsPensacola ALMOST AWAY FOR A TDJOHNNY ;
Jax-NavyUnbeaten Moves .
Into First Place In NATAC
Golf Course Too ; .
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By Doug Crocket, S2c
The NAS Staff golf team I A scrapping, never-say-die, Jax-Navy football eleven
pinned a hard-fought defeaton blasted its waynto undisputed possession of first place in
the Pensacola Staff golf- the Naval Air Training Athletic Conference Saturday night
ers Saturday afternoon on ,t Municipal Stadium when it came back from oblivion twice
the station golf course beforeR I to take a thrilling 10-1" win from the Pensacola Goslings
large gallery.The before 10,000 _hysterical l football fans.
local squad consisted .>: S me previously unbeaten uos-
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth a ,I lings almost stretched their winning penalty against Jacksonville gave
Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, Comdr, St I skein to 15 straight but the visitors a first down at mid-
Dan Smith, Lt. Grego, Lt. Rapatr I coach "Tufty" Thompson's Fliers field. Goehring battered two yard
:Lt. Carlson, Lt. Bishop, Lt : \ Q .xYyy tied the game on two occasionsand
to the 48 and then Hansen's
Whistler, Lt. Comdr. Kona, Lt went on to score again in passto
Comdr. Farkas, Lt. Young, I.' the third period to clinch the Epperson was batted down by
Brewer, Lt. Comdr. Brown. L' a victory. The play was hard and i Sal Lococo. On the next play,
Jones, Captain William G. Gen' rough, and the two teams wer ; Hansen faded and threw a long
ner, Jr., Lt. Herider, Comdi 8 very evenly matched. I'
Brush, Comdr. Sweeney, Lt. M', pass to Ed Riley on the
: Shining light in the Flier win halfbacksped
Farland, Lt. Dashiel, Comdr was M. C. Harden, who caughttwo ville 20. and the speedy'
Berg, and Lt. MerrymenJack s touchdown passes and wasa I the remaining distance without -
Harvey, the station pr < e5 S, bulwark of defense throughout'j: a hand touching him. John
further reminded NAS hnksmen I the game. Jack McQuary, who j I. Pawloski a bear on defense
that all entries for the station pitched one of the scoring aerials ,
golf tourney must be in his handsat I and plowed through the line Uk? :.I I throughout the clash charged
i r through to block Miller's
the golf shack by 1200 tomor- 'a locomotive, and Jack Mancos. try torthe
row. The qualifying rounds of the who scored the deciding tally: point.
tourney which is open to all personnel a'so ruffled the feathers of the Jax- avy couldn't make s'"yyardage
both officer and enlisted great Gosling squad. and
I Lococo kicked
I I 50 but Sac'c;
wilt begin Saturday. For this; C From the Pensacola standpoint.I Vandenberg returned to the local's -
reason, the course will be secur- "l' Bernie Goehnng. speedy half
39. Pensacola marched to tha
ed to all golfers. that. day. nKCKETT.: speedy left halfback for the Jax--a\'Y back, Hal Hamberg former An 9 but the Flier line tightenedand
I I Fliers, almost brok- away for long scoring runs on many occasions napolis star, and Johnny Hanson, Miller mad; a vain attempt
last Saturday mghf when the local gridders avenged last season's triple threat fullback grabbed off ,i for a field goal.
Wrestling Team Is K ss by pinning a 19-13 defeat on the Pensacola Goslings at Municipal high honors both on offense anJ Taking over on their own
Stadium In the above photo Jerry Walterakirchon Gosling also on defense. twenty with only a few minute:
Shaping Up Despite quarterback who played a brilliant defensive game all night hauls Pensacola got off to an early remaining in the first half, tha
I L'eckett down from behind as Johnny Hansen, number 39, closes m lead in the opening period when, 'Fliers tried two plunges to their-
Need For More MenThe to assist on the tackle. after Mancos had booted out of own 21. Jack Mancos swept left
bounds on the Pensacola 3'2 j end on a reverse from McQuaryand
NAS Wrestling Team Is NAS INTRA-MURAL TOUCH FOOTBALL Bernie Goehrlng slashed off tackle i raced 45 yards all the way to
beginning to shape up despite a for 17 yards to his own 49. After | the Pensacola 32 before he wai
definite lack of men to fill vacancies an incompleted pass. Goehrinqr! knocked out of bounds. McQuarv
on the weight list. Under MOVES INTO HIGH GEAR THIS WEEK' swept right end for a thrilling' went around right end for 12
the direction of Lt. Steve Nyar- 22-yard run placing the oval oa yards to the 20 and the Fliers
ady, former Iowa State grappling the Flier 29. Then Hansen threwa had another first down. With out /
star, the team has been work- I The NAS intra-mural touch football league swung perfect strike to Ed Riley on one second remaining in the half'
ing out daily in the south win; into high gear this week with nine hard-fought games play the Flier 15 for another first Jacksonville called time out in or-
of the Student Officers AuditorIum ed at the mat area. The Supply-Sea Hawks tussle, scheduled down. Goehring again swept It>(; der to stop the clock and giv
and is fast rounding out into end, was trapped on the 7, themselves time for one movs
fcr tomorrow, was postponed last week by the heavy rains.
one of the best bone-crusher ped a lateral to Johnny fliP-I' play. When play was resumed,
squads in the southeast. The Dispensary six dropped from the loop following and threw a vicious block .:> McQuary stepped back and thru v
There will be two teams this their defeat at the hands of VSB in the first tilt of the the Flier safety man as Hansen i a brilliant pass to the glue-fin
I raced into the end-zone. Jess I gered Harden to tie the SCOt
year, one of enlisted men and season. A new team formed by
opponents, but will have meets Miller kicked the extra point aiul Hardy's try for the extra point
one of officers, since in Naval the VM unit which took their I'
competition officers are not allowed with many of the colleges in this the Goslings led, 70. was low. and the score was 1313.
place in the league lost its firstouting :
to participate in wrestl- area. In these meets the better Following the kick-off, the locals I Mid-way through the third period -
to Supply, 32 to 6. I downs Jacksonville took over on its
ing bouts. However this year'ssquad between the officer; and enlistedman racked off three first
Scores for last week's Into Pensa- own 35 and McQuary hit the cen-
will not.only meet Navy gamsawere and penetrated deep
in the weight class will be? : A&R 13, Commissory 0: cola territory, but Hollod's inter- ter of the line for one yard. Then
chosen to compete. Operations 7, Post Demobe 0; Mat ception of McQuary's pass on th. he fired a pass to Mancos on the
Interest Mounting I Although most of this year'- rines 7, Ordnance and Gunnery eleven stopped the drive. Hamberg Pencacola 49 and Mancos swept
0 NATS 13 Paraclute left end for six yards to the 13.McQuny's .
consists of returnees from ; Loft 12: kicked out to the 33 and the enraged
In Lacrosse As squad Supply 32, VM 6; VSB 18, Ordnance Fliers started another drivel two plunges gave the
last year there are many new and Gunnery 0; and Ma- as the period ended. I locals a first down on the 33 ani
hopefuls starting this season's rines 12, Sea Hawks 7. I then a double hand off from Mc
Fundamentals BeginLacrosse Two first downs brought Quary to Hardy to Beckett made
workouts. Among them is Don I Games slated for this week include ball to the Pensacola 11, but thj I nine to the Pensacola 28. Beckett
Lyon a promising new heavy- Commissary vs. Parachute stiffened
Gosling forward wall
went off tackle to the Fliers
practices on the mat weight from NARTU. Don has Loft (today). Post Demobe vi and threw Mancos back to the 11 I Ii first down the
area athletic playing fields have shown considerable skill in his NATS, Supply Ordnance and I Gosling
.s. Johnny Beckett sliced off I II
i On the next play, McQuary head.
been crowds at
workouts Gunnery, VM Post Demobe
daily vs. I to the 12. On the next play Beckett ed for the center of the line,
every practice, it was announcedby classes still the NATS vs. and A&:
open Commissary! : pulled the string and pitched e
I passed off to Hardy, who, in turn
Comdr. H. M. Gatchell,
team are 120 123 145: 167 and vs. Marines all
bullet to M. C. ,
I I pass passed off to Mancos, and the
175. Men wishing to try for a \ Ml J It alone in the end zone. Hardy I
speedy Mancos raced 21 yards f"r
And the coach is I
though berth on the team should call Lt. Operation 1 ftASiH place-kicked the extra point and
well with the results of I earlr.rs the winning score. Once moreHardy's
pleased Steve Nyarady at ext. 8217 cr I the Scoreboard read 77.
J 0 kick was low.
the introduction of the sport to.: Chief Shaeffer at ext. 593.
NATs 1 t
After an exchange of fumbles, Pensacola threatened twice
NAS, he is still looking for new lOf'a Hawfc 0 I
Ed Riley of Pensacola recov more in the fourth period, but
players. According to Gatchell, more advanced players as assist-I supply : 0
anyone who has played either bas ant coaches throughout Parachute I.oft tOrdn ered on the Gosling 47. A bad pass interceptions and fumbles
ketball baseball ;.nre and Gunnery 0 t center pass lost 12 yards and deadened the attack and the game
soccer or CPU season.
Post Drmobe 0 1 I
become a lacrosse player, whether The two mentors have taugh ('
itself.Lt. sticks, throw and catch the ball,
W. R. Harritt of Cecil and other rudiments of the gamein '
Field has been assisting Lt the last few pra ices. Thy: Qq k E' d IJERE 1 '(HERE. ,
Comdr. Gatchell in coaching the hope to swing into more advanced
squad. A former Naval Academy workouts in the near future. New I 1aiGL16
player, he is well acquainted with players will be given individu..linstruction .
the fundamentals of the sport. to help them catch up
Gatchell hopes to use some of th I to the other, they said.
t Pensacola Trips Tigers In
I Closing Minutes Of Gameed
, John Webb, Pensacola substitute half-way through the second Ho
halfback, intercepted a short i quarter when the Pensacola tal1-! SATURDAY'S _
I pass in the closing minutes of back fumbled Perry WatkinV
the fourth period and raced 47 punt on the one-foot line and '
I yards for a TD, giving the Pen- Bill Anthony recovered for the I IN '(HE '
I sacola colored football eleven a6 locals. Frank West plowed over : .AST i /, HRtNG HANDED erJE
I ';'- win over the local NAS Tigers tackle for the score. But Watkins' I ( ... r FoR Ar
before 500 fans on the mat gridiron attempt for the extra point was MoQgRy To gNSs l
(I Saturday afternoon. low.Fuel
The Goslings had been trailing Anthony, Crockett and
I by one TD until Webb's run, Nabors played brilliant ball in the p NE 'tL r
and it looked as though the local Tiger line throughout the clash, ;0 CAS PATd/it' StWtOu! Rd'o
gridders were on their way to making hard tackles and throwing faST HRio a Nls
their second win of the season vicious blocks, Plaskett, Gault,
Jerry Thompson, Pensacola fullback Butler, and West stood out in the
ran the extra point througha Tiger attack
fighting Tiger line to give the Though Ponsacola seemed to be SMAGG t> It "' -
visitors the victory. controlling the hall for most of \
The intercepted paaa" was intended the half, when the statistics were ,
for Bill Nabors, Tiger totaled, the Tigers led on tho
right end, but Webb snagged< it ground, with 99 yards from scrim ,
near left sideline and scooter mage against 25 by Pcnaacola.
' along the line without any Tiger Both teams racked up nine first( H'5 w( (;f(
t., tackier coming near him. downs, and Pensacola led tlirougn "r-A/lS, tIG" 01'1CNRIG'f1".A.
t. Until the final( threo minutes the air with 81 yards to 07 by SCO E IN ., G L'ER5 ARE
of play, the Tigers seemed to behaving the Tigers NAS Jacksonville L din Nfz Q vfi. TIGtR Wlt'/.to, IZ oRPtGiSM. E,
wiUi 106 .
little trouble in stoppingthe total ground gained "
Penswcola attack They s nr.j yards against 100 for Pensacot,,
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