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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1947
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District

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

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FIRST AUTUMN INSPECTION '

MARINES OBSERVE < ;' 1947 COMMUNITY'CHEST
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172ND BIRTHDAYON CAMPAIGN



10 NOVEMBEt NOW UNDERWAY

.h SNATAL
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Traditional Heading Capt.sldn Heads

Of Proclamation Is Red Feather Drive

Scheduled On Monday Which Closes 20 Nov.

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The c. S. Marine Corps the With Captain 11. M. Askin

fighting leathernecks who again acting as general chairman

>lazed a trail of glory in the Jacksonville Navy activities

Pacific during the war year this week launched

with their dogged assaults on .__,_v ,__..._' ..- .. ...... their annual campaign for.
iuadalcanal. Tarawa, Iwo JiW'a AIR STATION PERSONNEL made a snappy appearance Saturday morning as they don- contributions to the Community

and Okinawa will marl ned blues for inspection for the first time this season The weather was perfect for the occasion Chest. While no actual

its 172nd birthday on Mon with a warm sun shining in a cloudless sky and the temperature just right for comfort. Captain quota has been assigned the
Officer, is shown with the inspection party as it moves along
; Herbert S. Duckworth. Commanding
Jay. 10 November. Navy in the local drive. it
past one of the many divisions personally inspected by the C. O.
At all Marine encampments hereIn understood that ;
$5,000
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the United States as as -
again has been set :\10our
those far-flung: outposts on foreign
soil men of the Corps will gathe r goal. '
together Monday to hear the reading Last year naval !activities" in
of the traditional proclamation th.* Jacksonville area went way
;i.r r
bv their Commanding OffjI ooithe top in the Red Feather

M JNAS -V' "ffort. A final grand total of $5-
Marines will gather out.sid 71608. was raised and turned overo
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Chest officials in town.
"The peacetime task of the r
tOS.OOO members of the Regular Suite} personnel here and atth.
'" .'r installations in the vicinity
Marine: Corps"' from the
I&id- hit\ t' been reduced even further
of the last Jap
rounding up
1 1t .
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.*straggler on IVleliu to theniivtinn tin) the 1916 drive the Nary
of our security detachttent y Er r will(; have to redouble its efforts
.. here at Jacksonville, are ''his! \'{'ar to reach its goal

fully as essential as were the 'haplain R. L. Murphy has been
more stirringdeeds of war apt'mited' to head the NAS campaign -
"Important too, In these days ,! while Chaplain A. C. Boyer
(of uncertainly U the :Marine will I direct the NATTC effort. Lt.
I R..ne program which enables k ig i Jack B. Dunn is in charge
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citizen :Marines of units In 81cities d i solicitation for Seventh Naval
of the United States to Kistiict Headquarters. Lt. C C.
retain their wartime "know- West will again handle NAATC
It to individual personnel. Chaplain H. F Menges
how" and pass on
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with no previous military will head the drive at the Naval
i training."On M William Joseph Everett Richard R. CarNen A1Wmlam: : Thomas Lalor AOI'cBronle Hospital and Lt. Comdr W. M
this 173nd anniversaryof Star Medal A Combat "* I>FC and Two Air Medal Air :Medal Bliss has been named to oversee

I the United States Marine ...,..."..,, Corp I extend: hearty greetings ; ..': :. k:. activities Civilian employee
to all Marines those tj J '. .:. \ ;::< I of the station will b soldiers, of the sea' who have : ,:' .!J<:x I committees in their respective
and will continue to achieegoals : '," "<. departments under the generalsupervision
seemingly beyond the of Julius deR Quinn
reach of mortal men." : I Closing date for the Navy CAn
I HALl'II DAVISO.V.j irp ." :::: ( (Continued rip 1'an ;a)
j Rear Admiral, USX" .
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tira Manne Barracks! Monday 3C" /
morning to hear the reading ol r "
the proclamation by their C. O. Sa
(.t Col. T. C. Moore Jr. whicl > I" jJ

wtll touch oft a day-long seines "0 ffid a lIv., Navy Ihy <,.
lit birthday events. At 1600. a tea
over for this ymr. However
di.nowill be held at a local! partvContinued all naval personnel ,an makevery

( .on, Page 1)Ship's day Navy Day by their
military bearing and goal
conduct ashore."
Service


Announces Current 4Lt NAVY WIVES CLUB


'Operating HoursAn IS PLANNING XMAS

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up-to-date schedule for aHShip' Us. Dall"1.: Gordon 1st Lt. Lawrence R. Denhant LI.-(jg) William Clinton :May PARTY AT NURSERYThe
Service activities was announced Two Air Medals: DFC and Six: Air Medals: DI'C and Air Medal:
by II. E. Kohlenbergcr Navy Wives Club will sponsor
Store Manager this week. a gala Christmas party at the
Operating hours for the me- JTax-Navy Out To Regain Winning Nursery for the children of all
rhandise store are from 0930- service personnel on 22 December
1800 Monday through Friday: between the hours of 1100 and
0930-1300 Saturday; fountain Streak In Game With Ft. JacksonThe 1600. it was announced yester.

0730-2200 Monday through Frl- ._
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and Sunday --- day.There

lay 0300-1800 Saturday will be a: special Christmas
officers' barber shop-08SO. Jax-Navy Fliers will be out the Fhei toiward wall has facedso -I II program for children enroll

Monday through Friday; for win number five thla: weekend far. I FOUR-DAY WEEK-END ed in the Nursery Program School

Sew's barber shop-0830-1700 I when they travel to Colum- I The Jackson line will average ; OVER ARMISTICE DAY in the morning between 0900 and

Monday! through Friday; cobbler bii. S. C.. where they will tangle close to 100 pounds and the backfield I I I 1200. Parents of these children
-0830-1 iOO Monday through U in store
shop A long week-end have been extended an invitation
Fridav. service station-08001700 1 I with the Fort Jackson Red Dev- i: tips the scales at 181 pounds. I
I I for all NAS: civilian employees I to attend the classes: with their-
( !Monday through Friday : iU Fort Jackson, though Its Jax-Navy will pit a powerful offense I I and military personnel' who doI children and view a Christmas pageant
tailor shop--0830-1730 Monday won and lost record is not very against its lighter opponents. I not i have duty this coming I to be presented for them.
through Friday! ; officers' club and ': probably hoping to wear the Red 'i uefk-ewl. filnrmi..tit'e Day The regular party to which thus
barber 0830-1630 Mondiv : impressive: boasts a fast tricky i I Devils: downs and then go on to 'falls. on Tuesday, the normal children of all hands are being/
through' Friday 0830-1300 Saturday aggregation which hope to cat' h I score at will. It was this: type of i work-week has >M"en moved Invited will commence with thG
beer garden--1700-2300 Mor- the Fliers oft guard. offense which gave the Fort Banning |I front 1 Monday through! Friday to arrival of Santa at 1100 It .ist ro-
(tw through Friday. 1300-2300 But the Fliers back to normal I Doughboys two successive I 'riiH>4iUv through Saturday but I quested that personnel planning; t<,
S': curday and Sunday; student ot'ft'n after the defeat suffered' at the wins over the Jacksons. I Fiu,.....Uv. will fw a: non-work day have ther children attend the party
ship's service 0330-1630 hands of Corpus Christ last week Coach "Tuffy" Thompson! will a* -\ national holiday.No I submit the name and age of
M'.niiv through Friday; "Sot, are gunning for bear. And though probably use his regular :starting nutter what an;lf you I II each child to the Nursery, Building .
( Oul .'snack bar-1400-2030 Mon, injuries ate hampering Coach'Tuffy" line-up when the whistle blows at I view it from, it all add* up to ;I I: 1101 or to Mrs. J.. A. Swart*
lay through Friday; NATS Ship's Thomson at present, he Fort Jackson: including Harden four wtril ht days off to loaf, :i Box No. 1502, Yukon, Florida.
S!:: IMC 0830-1300 Tui>,>d J v hopes to hit the victory road once and Anama at the ends, Adams I play, or take j, short trip. j jPKKSONMEL !, Special holiday:: operating; hour
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through Saturday. 1800-0200 Mon- again on Saturday and It>rstclIl at tackles: Freeman : for the Nursery were' also announced
day through Friday 1100-1300 Against the Red Devils, the locals and Parker at guards Billy Ren- I I this week It will bo
S"n+>lay and Monday; main laun will be watching Ronald Shar- frow at center and Mancos, Me- Itt:lUINDEO closed all day and evening
'I iiy07301600, Monday through key speedy 18D-pound triple Quary, Beckett, and Hardy in the 01" BANKING HOURS Thanksgiving and Christina/ On
f'r ld.iy (laundry bins will be open threat who has been the spark of backfieldThe B O Clements, manager of the 2t December all children must
l.) receive: laundry seven days a the Jackson offense throughoutthe Fort Jackson probable station bank, reminded all hands b! e out of the Nursery by 1530,
Wrlt'k) mainside laundry pick-up season starting line-up will be Freemanand this week of the operating hoursof After 11530 nightly overtime raton
0330.1730 Mondaytrough
branch Small at end, Clements and the local facility will go into effect. On 31 December
NATTC laundryI Shifting from a "T" formationto !
. -k-u ) Friday branch;-0830-1730 Mon- a Mingle wing behind on und r- Lloyd at tackle. Cox and O'Mahon- The operating hour of the bank the Nursery will remain
( On
{ until 0200 t January.
and beauty balanced line, Fort Jackson will ey at guard, Eiglock at center, and lUG 1100-1 OO. Monday through open
through Friday;
lay Attack 'indirect .Sharkey. Welch, and Thursday: ; 1100-1700 Friday, and New Year'a Day, it will bo open
shop (by appointment) 0830- feature a fast-breaking Cassidy, backfield throughout the! day and eveningd ;.
10r 1) Monday through Friday contrast to the i ila1rtvera Mazza' In the t04 ( .1200, Saturday



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t lly Jean O'Bryant, Y2c

Our Hallowe'en Party was a

4 huge success ask anyone who
4 knows. Thanks go out to all who I
made the good time possible and
: also to all those who
: '! in any way. It's partlcipatedfe
,q' fw outfits that can be
.p '. P M' d of practically nothing. All }J" takesis
a little ingenuity, and 'we certainly
have plenty of that. Fren-
chy was "Nobody's Baby" and
Ruth Dobson came as the "Old]
Bag," in person no reflectionon
,, characters, please! We also'; had
aak "The Gypsy' Betty Rucker; "An
: Ole Cowhand" Jennie Peacock;

and "Daisy Mae," Pete Peterson.
Phil Poole came as the "Irish .
Washwoman," and Skip Edge was
A something novela sailor! There
were also some of the "you-name-
itmaybe'somebodywill" fned.it"
type of costume. "Butch" Glover
made such an impressive "Senor"
that she brought a few screams
I
from some of the gals In the show
IMoncnnj a dittinguithvJ ,Kodl!nwr"' aria pace.Jich; ""extend er. Yep we must have more parties .

. back to the American R.volution I". United Slat* Marin., '!

Corpii.lebi.l.ff,172ndAnnirtrf.. I : ..,onSNov.mbQ( ) ; STRICTLY SCUTTLE: Wheredoes
._ Lois Miller, meet such in-
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teresting people bce-.tulfla.; ...
Fighting Squadron 144 including ;ille. Maj. Gen Ben H. Fuller Maj cars* that MAA with: duty,,is prov.
Marines Major Herbert C. Lagenfield, Cap Gen. John H. Russell, and Lt. Gen 'Ing interesting. It is Just driving
'I Thomas Holcomb. General Alex-
tain S. Marshall Catlin, Captain
lessons with Jo and Harris We
(Continued from Page 1) D Byron King. 1st Lt. Byron M. lander A. Vandegrift, present Com- Q hear Schenley was the
spot not yet determined. A buffet Morris, and let Lt. Joseph G. Ken- mandant of the Marines, took over thing at inspection sharpestlookin' .
Mupper will follow)] the dance, highlighted nelly, have promised a very active his duties in 1944. but her hair touches her collar!
by the traditional cake- campaign in this area In his message to the Marineson
cutting ceremony.The From 10 November 1775, to the this historic occasion, General 1By Helene Hirsch sounded like
Marine Air Detachment of present Marines have followed]] the Vandegrift said. "On this 172nd she might need a little tllrf>e-In-
NARTU, headed by Lt. Col. RobertA. motto "Semper Fidelis" in major Anniversary of the Marine Corpswe one oil while she was standing by
Black, also is planning to observe battles, in skirmishes and in draw renewed faith and devotion I I F.V.. Pearce, CCS for the MAA the other night .
the birthday. On station peace, and in the coming years, for our future tasks from the I| The big Hallowe'en Dance Fri that squeak wasn't in the PA An-
WMBR Sunday at 1045, Robert so crucial to world peace and stability -' example of the past.Ve recall Milam honorary chairman of the the Corps will be ready to that the Continental Congress cre- day night was a huge success and her operation. What happened t.
JacksonvilJ "Otizen Marine Corps I meet any emergency.The I Bated our Corps from the embattled I everyone seemed to have a really Ripples" it Just seemed to
Committee" will speak, adoptingthe I Marines have come a long I citizenry to fill a special reed good time. Costumes were not so come to a screeching halt.
I since that memorable date 1, and that in the It could here .
Marine Corps' birthday as his way intervening yearsit much in evidence but the attend- only happen
theme. when the Continental Congressfirst became known as a highly speI I a birthday party at 0300, that is.
ance was really great and -
On Monday the regular Van and I founded the Corps. Eighteen I cialized, thoroughly professional I went off in good fashion.everything Marg Glover was real suryrlsedand :
Kay show will be devoted to the Commandants have seen their men II service. Although the United'i Costume prizes were won by :Mrs. quite tickled with the little !
battle heroically in practically all celebration in her honor
birthday program with recorded States has engaged in only seven j Tamara A. Watson, of 1010 Bar.in Satur-
mimic by the Marine Band and a major disputes in which this coun major wars, it has called) upon the St. as the Japanese lass, Mrs. day night pardon, please' Sun-
try has been" involved from the Marines in almost of day morning it was -- complete
message from General A. A. Van- every year | Warren M. Victor of 1112 Allegheny -
Commandant of the Corps. I Boxer Rebellion to bloody 'World I its existence. Marines have made with cake and candles We (
dpgnft Road as the ballerina Jack
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War n. than 200 ofI would have a few chorusesof
And at 2100 Monday WFDQ will more landings, many Nelen, ACMM, as the Cancer sung
feature the birthday when the In addition to the regular Ma- them in times of relative peace. Girl, W. A. Girard, ACOM, as Happy Birthday, but withheldin
Gerald Kirby Detachment of the rine Corps, 54,000 "Citizen Ma- Thus it is our tradition to be pre- Salome the Hindu. Lots of new consideration of those people
:Marine Corps League of Jacksonville rines" have been divided into four pared in either war or peace, since! faces were around, and the guest who can't get out of the habit of
presents special Marine Bugle components including the Fleet we have found that peace must I book ('ontalnelots of new names. I sleeping at night.
Calls. Marine Corps Reserve, the Organized often be enforced. I,
By the way, you chiefs who are
The celebration will come to a Reserve the Volunteer Reserve "We recall also that from the not members, come on up to the both.
climax on :Monday night at the and the Women's Reserve. I seafaring traditions of our Corps club and get an application blank THUMB NAIL DESCRIPTION
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when thelocal Major Samuel Nicholas was the came the development of modern ,
Duval County Armory r
'
filled out for card. There is
your G. E Hughes (Smokestacker)
first Commandant to direct the
detachment)) sponsor a amphibious warfare, a major con-
no fee at time.
Birthday Ball. Hundreds of Ma- destinies of the Corps, taking OVf'rhUt tribution to the victory in World any I ACOM, ATU-10-A character of
The Club is working on a 1 old but not so bold. Remember
rine and former Marine officers duties upon the organizationof War II. Again today we are actively I
and enlisted men and their guestsare I the Marines on 10 November, revisin gand reorganizingour Xmas party to entertain some or- Bud, this is all one Navy and, with
expected to attend the affair 1775 and leading the "Soldiers of amphibious forces to take advantage phans from a local orphans' home. your help and low voice, I do believe
which will feature a commemorative -I the Sea' until 1781. Other previous of new weapons and new Anyone having any suggestions or it can stay that way.
pageant and appropriate birthday Marine Commandants include tactics. These peacetime tasks I aid to offer will be very much The big prize for Saturday
ceremonies.The Lt. Col. William Ward Burrows, are fully as important as the more welcome. This is a big thing, andlet's night was "missed" by T. P. Carpenter
gala birthday festivities will i Lt. Col. Franklin Wharton, Col. stirring deeds of war I not feel we have let any kids ACRM, who, I am told, te
be the launching of the Marine Anthony Gale, Brig. Gen. Archibald 'To all Marines of our regular down at Xmas time. I' on a 30-day leave. The next drawing -
Corps Reserve's nation-wide drive I Henderson, Cot John Harris, forces, and to our comrades, the There are several gallon Jars will be Friday, 7 November,
to enroll new members The Corps 'Brig Gen Jacob Zelhn, Co1.I citizen Marines of the Marine placed around the club, and any l' between 2030 and 2230. Tw
hopes to enlist lOO.OW) ) reserves I Charles G. McCawley, Maj. Gen Corps Reserve, I extend hearty loose coins you may have will names will be called.
during the campaign and has set : Charles Heywood, Ma]. Gen greetings on this anniversary. All help finance the party. Saturday night is dance time
the Jacksonville quota at 250. 'George F. :Elliot Maj. Gen. William of us pledge to our nation our utmost When is Wilma Boehm going to again and the Swanee Five will
Thompson S. Baker and his re- P. Biddle, Maj. Gen George' efforts in the coming year I let us know the date of the big be on hand to give out some delightful -
cfulting committee composed of Barnett Maj. Gen John A. Le- that our honored tradition of service event* Also is it her Past or tunes. Don't forget ..
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Chatter
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Seems as though the ,quarterly I' NI

reports are keeping all hands busyin
Finance and the Storeroom
these days. It takes so much

time, work, and cokes to preparethe
final figure; then the com-
pleted report Is entered on one
form such is life!
.

i Finance misses their daily ser- i
I enade since Harold Gramlick HA- I

= Ic, has been transferred to night
a I duty
.5. MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
I
Johnny Fuasell. PhMlc. is feeling -
mighty low lately. "No leave.no MOVIES: Wt'f'IHlaY'i--1730 to 2000; WtfkenJ1430 and 2000.

love," he murmurs THURSDAY
.55 "TWO BLONDES AND A REDHEAD" with Jean Porter..

It didn't take Donald J. Mur. FRIDAY

phy long to move into his new DANCE, Station Band Starts at 2030. .
home Thursday. He and Chief STUlU.NU SUNDAY

Egan are fast workers. When are "KILLER McCOY", starring Mickey Rooney.
z s' you having. a house warming MONDAY

Murphy'* "WISTFUL WIDOW OF WAGON GAP", featuring Abbott and
.5 Costelio. i

Chief LeSage reported in from AND WEDNESDAY 4TUKSDAY
1IIK WORLD'S RKCOKU; for a one-sixteenth mile track in I his' 90-day leave all smiles Fri.
"SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY", starring Danny Kaye.
the one-quarter mile race for spur type model race card was shattered day morning must have been
Saturday afternoon on the NAS model car track by the good liberty In New York, beautiful THURSDAY
father and son comtlnatli of W T. Thomas, Sr right and \V T. I girls, etc. "LAST ROUND UP", with Gene Aurty. 1

Thomas, Jr., left. Representing the Daytona Beach Club In the f
Jax-Navy-sponsored meet, the elder Thomas designed the car and JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
How about some of athletes
_. you
his: son laced it. The car averaged the amazing speed of 166.88
miles per hour over the distance. I reporting for basketball practiceout Shows Start at 200.:
on the tennis court next to
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the Nurses' Quarters We ,ire
Chief Hubbard Of Jax-Navy Club I i i trying to have a better team "HEAVEN ONLY. KNOWS"SATURDAY, starring Robert Cummings

than last: year but so far there i
I doesn't seem to be too much en- "LAST ROUND UP" with Gene Autry.

Takes Top Honors In Model Meet/ I thusia" m Only two men are lett SUNDAY \.
I from last year's squad and* they "OUT OF THE BLUE", featuring George Brent.

I can't carry the load alone. Let's MONDAY AND TUKSDAY

',.. Over 1,000 spectators saw Chief George Hubbard of the make it a good team! "KILLER McCOY", starring Mickey Rooney.WEDNESDAY S .

;.. Jax-Navy model race car club rack up one first place, two .5 ;

.' seconds, and one third in the two-day model race car meet I Robert S. Colby HA2c, reported "WISTFUL WIDOW OF WAGON GAP," featuring Abbott and
: aboard 21 October from Bethesda Costello S .
; ;:" on the local track last week-end. Hubbard's curs easily gave I He was followed: on 26 THURSDAY

.;: "., him top place i in the field of 30 competitors October by Robert E. Gooch, "SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY," with Danny Kaye. "

:' One world's record was smashed. in the meet when W.. T. PhMlc. from USNH, Portsmouth. \
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'"\ Tbomas' midget spur raced one I I Glad to have you aboard men. OTHER EVENTS
& quarter of a mile around th,' sensational time-f; 11688 miles Florida is a wonderful place to

on -oiixt'nth mile track in the per hour. The record was brokenI spend the cold winter months: BINGO PAICTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage ,+i"

:_ i I I a special one-fourth of a mile I. MODEL AIIU'LANK SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, opeu'1200.HOO.:

i ', f I i 'I event I Gilmore reported Club meet at 1900 V/ednescmys. .

[Jl-n_ ..1L.t ......,)JL"1_ The first event, the quartermile I aboard on 23 October after serv- MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1000{) ,'
proto race, was run off at
I ing 13 months aboard the USS Friday ;
fffill! 1300 Saturday and Casey Smith,
Caliente, an auxiliary oiler, in the I'JlOTOGl"t.U'IICLVISRoom 5, Bldg. 913. Meets. at 1930
representing( the Eustis Club, 1 Pacific. He calls Athens Texas ""
I caw his racer take first place home and hear Thursdays
m--- we
so jutI
... I with a time of 107.27 miles per waiting: till is.next March when he, BOWLING-Six alleys located in Malnside Recreation Bunding'rjo '. .
--- I hour the fastest time ever made I expects to be released, to head 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 :o 2130. '

I : on the NAS track for a proto type I out west for Texas. We don't I BOXING For Information regarding workouts, contact Lieut,
" ; %_ car. The second place car was blame him for wanting to go to ComUr. A. J. RubIno, extension 593: ; or report to Mainside Mat after.
fy'I owned by Frank Ironmonger and I ,
Texas, but Florida should not 1300. t
I I third place went to Chief Hub- be too bad since his wife and 15- ONSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located in
T lisJ: BIG BONANZA bv: Dan bard. I
I months-old daughter are hero I the South wing of Building No. 95J, is open to NAS personnel and
De Quille is, as the title goes on
I i The next race was the one their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding lecep-
to "an authentic account
. explain
and quarter mile race for spurs, which I' Lions by arrangement with Weltare Officer. Combination r.l io-phu.
of the discovery, history
choco-lates
: Chief Hubbard's car won with a '
world-renownr I lr ,. nograph available for use of all hands.LIIIRARYLocated .
of the 1
working
time of 105.:38 miles"per hour.
Comstock lode of Nevada, including were from Chief Carlos Madrid, on second deck of Malnside Recreation Build
Second place went toV.. A. Baker
he' I whose wife, Jeanette presentedhim No 3. from 0900 to 2100 Monday
., the present condition of of the Eustis Club, and thirdto .ng Open through Friday. Saturdayfrom
...': various mines[ situated therein W. Seiger of the JacksonvilleCar with twins on 30 October.Jo 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100. '
' Ann Elizabeth four
.' sketches of the most prominent I Club. I weighed I SWIMMINGIndoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday1800to
interested in them-inoideivs pounds, seven evinces, and her
!: men 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300 to :2100
<' and adventures connected with Following the spur event, heavy brother, Michael Joseph. live i!
:,,.jlt;. mining. the Indians and the rains began to fall and the officials I: pounds, four ounces. This is what | GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-

',J ,<. country-amusing stories, experi.lence3 I decided to postpone the is known as a ready-made family. day from 0900-1100. Golf clubs are available at Golf Hoose. Bathing
and anecdotes and a full | following races till Sunday after The babies were born in the Da- trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
noon. ANtJIIOIt.'Gt-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
.o'.f of the production of i I pendents Unit of the Hospital |
exposition c rds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
pure si\\\ r." This book was first I The first competition on Sunday i Chief Madrid, from Las Vegas, i
published in 1876 and is a basic was the one mile race for New :Mexico and Mrs. Madrid. I Field. '
source book on the history of N*- ; proto type models and the event who hails from Perth Amboy, NNIS-Racquets and balls' are available at the Physical Train-

vada's: fabulous: Comstock) lode. was won by Casey: Smith whosecar N. J., are among the most popu- ing Building No. 726.AlC1IERYClub. :
The author whose real name 11 traversed the distance with lar members of the staff. Con-I : : located In Bldg. 899, open dally from 1800to
William Wright, was a friend (Ii'I a time of 107.04 miles per hour gratulations and best wishes to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.

Mark Twain and was editor of Chief Hubbird's proto ran second the. Madrid Everyone welcome.
The Virginia City Enterpnze for and Frank Ironmonger took third I NUnSERYSponsorc by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.

31 years. The book is written in' place' honors. I On Thursday night at 1930 en Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2100; Saturday-0700 to
f November the Red Cross Recreation 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child 10 cents
a colorful style with plenty of ac-I The' final event was the one 20 : -I ;
tion and fascinating tal3. I mile race for spurs. W. T. Thomas Hall party will feature a for each additional child; Ca d-$8 for one child: $10 for two children;

;' The 1917 edition of AIRCRAFT took first place, Chief Hub- I floor show by performers from and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$tft

It, ENGINES OF THE WORLD : bard placed second and VV. Geiger the Bagaley Juvenile.. Theatre ofJacksonville. om 0700 to 1SOO.
took a third Those of you who
1_,' edited by Paul H. Wilkinson is anew
'
: I The' meet was held under the have seen these talented entertainers
w' addition to the reference, ('01- :1947 NEW BOARD MEMBERS
; lection. This! volume, as the pre-I sanction of the American' Model'l before know what a good I
,' Race Car AI: n<'iation, The officials I show is in store, but for those ELECTED AT MEETING
:i vious ones. present complete sp 'I I (Continued from Page 1)
were Chief Hubbard, referee -I who haven't let this be a rt>-
cincations of all the latest air- paign has been tentatively set for Of F. R. AuxiliaryThree
Evans I minder to and look. :
T.
: Karr. chief timer, come over
craft engines of the various countries 20 November but may be extended
Fred Bothman. assistant There'll be girls and dancing, too!
,:!!, The book Is divided hit t timer if all activities have not reported I new members were elected
and Harold A.
two sections: one on reciprocating Hazard. recorder. by that date. However, it is i to fill vacancies on the Board
Guess what It's I
engines and the other on jot I big dance time? the hope of officials to wind upthe I of Directors of the Ladies' Auxiliary -
propulsion engines and gas tur- again! The monthly Red Cross fund-raising campaign on I of the Fleet Reserve Association
VA dance will be held !
No. 4 Snares in the Auditor-
'ino-'. I: schedule Monday night at the
An effective vocabulary, Is an lum of Ship Service Building al I I The campaign will be conducted monthly business meeting in the
Invaluable asset in achieving; sui- I Early Lead In EM 1930 on 11 November It will be a"Sadie In a manner which will give Community Building on Cumberland

cess in any career IMPROVING Hawkins" Dance. Here is everyone the opportunity of contributing Road. Mrs Audrey Stephens,
YOUR VOCABULARY by Cla-, Bowling League I where the girls take ov'r, fl- to the fund. While contributions I Mrs. Martha Dobarzynskl. and
enc Stratton accomplishes i'a lows and you'll probably be rushed : are voluntary, division Mrs. Paula! Miller took aver the

purpo e of showing you how t> I The VA No. 4 kegler squad' oft your feet. Tire music will : representatives will keep in mind posts: on the board.
" arid mire w.>rll.i to your activeapoktii walked off with the lead in the be furnished by the orchestra from the following scale which has -----------

h t and writing vocabulary : first: week of the enlisted men's Mainalde. So get those rent been suggested as a minimum in HOOK KKVIK.VV: r.KODP
\I'J AMERICANS ONE AND ALLIs !' bowling league' with a perfect all practiced and loosened up b'-- accordance with ability to give: !
an exceptionally interesting; 'I| standing, closely followed by the cause you'll sho' have a chance to ConunanderH' & above... :Z3.1N1 MIKTM NEXT THURSDAY

selector Dispensary with a percentage of use them. You can't miss this Other Oxnmivtioiifd f The Book Review group of tho
: and r +'ed by Harry: Shaw an. : 873. The team won first place It's a must on your social, calendar on"O: Officers' Wives Club will meet

: honors by defeating Inspection: Warrant OfHefrs .... $1.;)" Thursday, 13 November, at 1400In
cckit' *
!-0. and a forfeit by ATU No. 10. 111..1 Petty Oftt-.TH ... .J I.'''> the Small Chapel: ( it was an- .
: rac ol: l a' fans which have had H The Dispensary gained second PATIKNT or IIIK WKSK: Other KiilitUtlIVrrt.nuitM I '.ouiKi this week

fiI". part: '" 'building our n"tion. O'l-! I 'ace by a perCt'ct10 win over For our patient of the wak, fie ..... $ .%,> Mrs. R. E. Broward will review
- ver Lx Farge writes of tie American Junply and a 3-1 win over the have Wyatt (Curly) Aiken, Sic A total of $367,;SOO I is being 'V Prmcj In Their Midst," by A.
T : 'in William Sorovan: of CPO Club Aiken who enlisted in th Navy: sought: by the Jacksonville-Duval: 1. Harm id( .

the .,"m+niin. Willa other of Results of other teams competing 23 February; 1910, hails from County Chest to carry on the workof -- .-- ----.----
the (* .- -'.< 9'0.--'tian. drt Click! I are: Supply I, VM 0; A.&H{ Greenville, South Carolina He the 21 member agencies sharing I I 1
It doesn't
matter how watoilful
of th' f*' no-p, David De Jong of :3. Boathouse 1: CPO Club 1. was stationed with Sub Sqd. No. tin in the fund Among the agencies : -
the ':' :k "'i, ei.c. Photo Lab 0; VA No.4 (by forfeit Cuba about nine months, and which: beiient trom the money and vigilant\ 4. girl is.when a fellow
Now ," fries fnolu> PUZ- ) 4, ATU No. 10 0; ATU No IllS been here at the hospital for raited during the annual drive! kisses her, Jianc<*'a are he'ddo
it under
ZLK FUt ?CRIMS by Patrick 1 3, VM t.; ATU No. 4 (by forfeit) hp past seven months. Hunting are the Boy and Girl Scouts Old right her nose

Quentin VMDNT FOR WH- t. In ,f n"or, 0; and. A&R 3, ATb end fishing are his (hobbies aiulVH Foils) Home, Salvation Army,
_\.IAM by O'-irlotie: M. Ruijoll.7HE : No. 1 1. :ij' ''i' "' '1 matches POM- : favorite recreation is a big, Visiting Nurse Association, Trav Barber: "Haven't I shaved you

; FARM HOUSE by Helen fot\cfl wcro: A'rtj No. 1 v 08. ATU chicken dinner with plenty of gotx.1 elers' Aid Society, YWCA Boys' somewhere before?"
Reilly, and Q AS IN QUICK No. 10 and Photo Lab vs. Boatttoul hill-billy music playing in the Home, Children's Home Society, Sailor\ : "Nope, I got that soar
SAND by Liwrcnce Treat e. background Hope Haven, and other I in the battle of LJngayen# Gulf.

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y IT'S A TOUGH LIFE, By Stcovos

-. J"AK 5t \ : !Letters To The Editor I .


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Editorial Office. .' I .
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,c I I, 1 't. f 3j Booth 'Wtaf, Lower Ue k,' UKl*. 934 'i ; : IA4ar! Editor:, '
t.
qIr'I 't Telephone, : Extension' 8184 Is Jt possible $for Welfare to hold a raf-.

Arthur 3L Greene' Editor \!! flfc:?orii\ this station, Last year, at Quonset
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The JAX AIR NEWS is published weeklyi at 1 H the
t Point, R., I., Welfare and Recreation held a
U. 8. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida dad
printed commercially'with non-appropriated funds at raffle for the benefit of the Community

t no expense to the government and in compliance Chest. Tickets were sold at one dollar apieceto I

I with SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December all personnel, both naval and civilian. The '

i '1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat prize was a brand new automobile. The :2; //y
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical : ; (' Lw 0r "A
Naval' drawing for the car was held at the conclusion w \ w w
Training Center, the Headquarters of the ,, P / w n n n
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of of the campaign and more than $8

'. the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air! 000 was raised in this manner as that activity's -

Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range I contribution to the drive. The Cham- -----r
And the U. S. Naval Hospital.
ber of Commerce of Providence helped the /

Bear Admiral Ralph D Tl onCommandant. Welfare Department obtain the car for the .
Seventh Naval District
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training drawing. = -

This went big and I wonder- 1
Cai>iaJe Herbert S. Duckworth. USN. Commanding over am
Jacksonville Naval Air Station ing if something similar could be held hereor \

Ce4

Coa>>Ian C. M. Scharr (MC). USN. Commanding Ralph S. Sanders, AETM2c, ( I \
U. S. Naval Hospital -
Inspection Department. C ( s
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Caj'iavln P. W. Prlestman.; : USNR. Commanding ,
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit KIHTOK'S :NOTE: 1 ', 1'1' ,
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t*. Cal T. C. Moore Jr., USMC. Commanding Unfortunately, jour letter arrhed jut before / ( / I I 1 1 ,
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Marine Barrack press time and we were unable to check Into the 11 / I. 111'I' 11 1 iN1 4 1 i1 ''i1 ,; ', d,1, I J.ti II Y !l
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U. Comdr. Neil Avery USN. O-In-0 matter. Houe\er, by publishing it, we believe Itwill 1 1. 1 e ? b""Well
Naval Air Gunnery Range come to the attention of Chest drive officials
said the
? The coach
what's wrong game was on Ice,
Captain C. S. Cooper USN Commanding who can consider or reject your suggestion didn't he? ? ?) "
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field It Is our opinion that such a ('bemeGuM require __ _
quite a bit of preparation If It were approved,
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn USMC and the necessary time is not available now as

The JAX AIR NEWS Marine receives Aviation Ship's Detachment Editorial Association' material. the drive Is already underway. But If campaign I Commercial EulIletinlf
Republication of credited matter prohibited without leaders believe the idea has merit, perhaps they
pormiiwion of SEA, Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any will ket> It In mind for the next charitable fundraising I Bulletins will be accepted until space has been filled" but not
cither matter except by service publication, is prohibited effort at NAS. later than 1000 Tuesilaj. };xt. 8230.
without !>permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.

''I -:- -*- FOR SALE Gladys Densfoid. ext 8330)
Ride from Park & Stockton to NAS.
,
1942 "45" Harley Davidson moloicxtleGood Working hours ObOO to 1630. Ext.
Naval Aviation condition. $250 Contact bate 692.!: Sleyster.
A Stocks Jax Air News ext. 8230. Three or tour passengers to share
1936 Hudson "8". Good condition. Ext. expenses to West Coast via south

The following statement recently made haplain$ 8381 Waibel. ern route. Leaving 10 November.
Excellent condi-
20-foot house trailer. Phone 2-4132 or ext. 8252. Lt. C. r.
by John Nicholas Brown, Assistant SecNav tion. $600. See at Yukon Trailer Montgomery. USMC.

for Air, before a Senate Committee, is quoted TNeu5 andVieuos f inmStatktv Five-room Camp lot riverfront No. 30. Walter bungalow.;: M. Crouse.FurnIshed Studio cot size.couch R. or H. innerspring Spencer 1417A mattress Child

105 (t. frontage on Ortega i St, NAS.
for the information of all hands.
River with 250 ft. depth. Two-car
Four passengers to share expenses to
4We have had recently other committees i garage Immediate possession. 110th Atlanta. Leaving 7 November 1700
Street & Ortega Farms BUd. Phone will return Tuesday night 11 November.

making studies of the problems of aviation.We I 2-8336. Lt. Jenkins. $7.00 round hip 01 $-1,00
found them made usually of men of Baby tender with chair Perfect. con, one way. Ext. 286 Lt. Offenberg
up THE TOUCH OF GOD dition. 1550.: Rlchbur ext. 773 Two passengers with light luggage to
considerable accomplishment in fields unre- or phone 2-4391 after sNooj111B I share ride' to California. Leaving I
Sofa bed and kitchen Barr within 10 days Phone
2-6837 Mi.
lated to air. I assure you that it is with After Samuel anointed Saul as King of St, Dewey Park. Brobst. Jordon
pleasure that members of the aeronautical Icebox 75-pound capacity. A-l con Two passengers to share expensesto
we -
Israel, the king went home. The Scripturessay dition. Reasonable. 5138 Sunderland Birmingham. Will leave
Friday
organization of the Navy come before you "There went with him a band of men Road, Lakeshore. Sanders. night and return Tuesday night.
!
gentlemen, who already are extremely well whose hearts had been touched by God." Six-piece, springs maple and llvlngroom mattress set; chest: singlebed of ext.Contact 207.Chief Wright ext. 210 or

informed the subjects to be discussed. drawers O. N. Forest, OMB School.
on The Touchof God is today as in that day, NATTC. LOST

"Therefore, I shall mention merely in soul-stirring experience. God deals with men 3/4 size maple bed $20. Chief Har- Child I yellow sweater. Lost near
alson 3818A Norman St.. Dewey
passing that Naval Aviation is the heart of as they are ; He deals with their heart of Park. Is or Bonny at Bldg Lee 1101.Bad aid.Name Finder In sweater),.ease

the Navy and that upon the air arm rests hearts. Ladles able radio bicycle$25.. $30.Lt. Like(jg) Bass netr., Bldg.Port I call Mrs. Bedard, ext. 368

the burden of maintaining the ._ __ ___u,___!_ __ ___ 435. NATTC. FOUNDTwo
sea we
power I The Touch 01 God is an awakening ex Crib' -mattress 1179
and CumberlandRoad.
baby sweaters and baby shoe
now have. That is, the Navy as a combat or- perience. God touches us and we awaken Phone 2-3376, Seldon. Claim by calling welfare Of fit*.

ganization is as strong as its aviation. Thisis toward God and then toward ourselves. Sewing small machine baby crib., table Motorola model record radio I' NATTC, ext. 8132.

well known to all who deal with military Moses first saw the Glory of God and then player. Phone 2-3023. Myers. MISCELLANEOUSYukon

matters throughout the world, quite as well his own feebleness. Isaiah saw God high and Three bedroom rooms llvlngroom of furniture., and Includes kitchen. blvd.Beauty next door Salon.to 5685 Ed Roontvelt White's

known to others as to us, and so the strengthof lifted up, then cried, "Woe is me, for I am Leaving berland Road.soon Chief must sell 1360 Cum- Uniform Shop, Is now open. Experienced

naval air determines the weight which the undone ; because I am a man of unclean lips." Divan and chair. Walnut McCauley.finish wine operators.methods Up-to-date and technique equipment .

existence of the United States Navy has in Something of this twofold vision comes to all color.berland McGuire Road. ext. 8387. 1162 Cum. Soft water used exclusively. Mrs.

keeping the peace and in supporting ourcountry's whose hearts God touches. We see Him in Kenmore portable washing machineand Will E. T.the Cook sailor home who phone'witnessed 3-0131-R.! the

I foreign policy. That is a consider- His Glory and Holiness and ourselves naked, Phone wringer.2-3576. Mrs.Practically Masterson.new. $Zi. automobile, at the accident Intersection at 1630.of 31 Post October -

able responsibility of which we are never fora hungry, and in need. 1940 sedan.six overdrive cylinder Hudson V. L.four-door Brie, and Margaret Streets, please get In

moment unconscious. It is, of course, not The Touch of God is an elevating touch. NATTC.AMM2c, Bldg. 504, CTO School, touch Public with Works Edward Paint La Shop Hay ext.at 325.the

our responsibility alone, for we are merelythe Sewing and knitting done leasonably.
God not only awakens us to see and know Maple hollywood twin bedroom suite Children's
garments a specialty.
hands who work with what is providedby but lifts us to achieve and do. God touched a mattresses with box springs Kramer,and ext.Innempilng 308. Phone 2-5410! Mrs. Mary f'artonto -
the Congress in the way we are directed Flve monlns-old Air. Base Trailer Park. Yukon
widow's heart and she her all. He kitten. Nice play Fia.
poor gave
to do by the President. How we endeavor to mate for children. Free. Sleystei, .
touched Paul, and the proud aristocrat cried, ext. 692.
fulfill the share of that responsibility which 4 h.p. Martin "40" outboard motor.
"Lord what wilt Thou have do? No
me Brand new. $125. Phone 2-4803, Practice
falls to naval air will be discussed in detail wonder the poet of old wrote: Dow ling. Hours

by others who will testify shortly."In Rollaway bed In excellent condition.
From sinking sand He lifted me, Goettsche. ext. 8222, or see at 4364 For Lacrosse Are
a general way, the entire Naval struc- Crescent Street.
With tender hand He lifted
me, 1941 Pontiac club coupe Will dell)!
ture is designed and operated to support in From shades of night to plains of light equity for 673. A S. Telxerla Altered By CoachLt.
3806A Norman
combat its Street, Dewey Park.
principal striking which
weapon, 0, praise His name, He lifted me. Large space heater with outside tank:
.
is air. You all are familiar with the terms $4S; pink enamel youth bed complete Comdr. :M. H. Gatchel!,
l of Public Law 253 enacted by the 80th Con- The Touch of God strengthens and com- $16; small space heater and coach of the NAS lacrosse team
pipes $25. Phone 8-1260 Mrs. Ray moved up lacrosse practice hours!'
forts. Jesus' last words "I will be
at its last session and with were, Bastlnette with hood and
gress the testimony mattress
from 1630:: to 1600 this week in
with always even unto the end of the 1335A Randolph St., NAS. Booth.
you ,
at hearings which preceded enactment Suit of aviation green, size 38", prac order to get more workouts in be,
of that law. At those hearings there wasexplained world. God goes with His children to bless) tically new. Pair of new tiding: fore dark.
the and intimate and to make them a blessing. Robert Speer Soft boots, size 10A. Ext. 267, Hedrick.I I The coach revealed that more
complete integra- bed. overstuffed platform locker
tion of all surface sub-surface tells of his little daughter who, in the dead I occasional chair. $.".0 or best of-- candidates have turned out tor
and air wea- : fer. Ext. 304. G. E. 1JJ11. the team in recent practices. To
of the into of the night, called, "Father. Thinking she Baby play pen with mattress
pons Navy a unit which cannotbe Like! boost this total even higher.
would go to sleep, he did not answer till the new. Mrs. Preston. 1001 Bailn St.
divided or diminished in any direction I NAS Gatchcll has written to the Intercollegiate *
without affecting the whole adversely. Recognition third or fourth cry. Then, placing his hand I Two-piece llvlngroom suite and baby' Lacrosse Association

of that fact was incorporated in on her, he asked, "Yes, dear, what is it?" hen bassi, nettf'1106. Cumberland Reasonable. Road.Chief lic an effort to obtain a 400 ft. technicolor
film of the 1942 and 19 ?
the law by the Congress."In Falling upon her pillow, almost asleep, she Double breasted officer's coat, double Army-Navy lacrosse The*
breasted navy blue raincoat suit of games.
discussing instruments of force I answered, "Nothing, I just wanted to knowif i aviation greens with overcoat, threewhite film will probably be shown to
I
:you were there. uniforms, caps and caps cot- personnel in the future.
believe it is easy to lose sight of the fact ers Like new 4003 Atlantic Blvd.. near
No matter how dark things may get, the I Phone 9-3729. Mrs. St. Elmo Acosta, : :Men who have been t'ct tim?
that force is of no effect unless it can be Slx: -room frame bungalow In Tlmu- : well at the game are Offley Baldwin -
delivered where and when required. Thp child of God may rest assured. His Heavenly quana Manor. Lifetime roof, hard. Dysart: and Seconds, all of

ability to do that is the essence of sea power, Father is ever at hand to strengthen and wood Includes floors automatic, tile bath electric and drain.water I whom are experienced. Newcomers -

And it is the of naval air The comfort in the hour of need.Chaplain. heater electric stove, oil circulatIng Wortos, Barton, and Musgiave
essence power. heater and Ice box. Immediate all are coming around rapidly and
concept of mobility remains the primary fac- possession. Phone 2-8042. 4543 Blount
H. Menges.. Ate, Lt Quattlebaum. seem to have captured the knack
tor. Within. the.system of national defense it of this unusual sportwIjup
.
is mobility which gives ,immeasureable importance -- FOR RENT .

to naval air. With 70.8 per cent of lieve, it is desirable to have a Navy able to Room HnJL with section kitchen, Phone pi!Iv lieges 2-2106 Murray 01.

the earth's surface covered by water, it is carry out the missions assigned to it in an 8-9091.! Cummlngham.

possible today, as it was possible during the emergency, more planes must be provided. Four-room$125: a month.apartment Phone In Orange 2321. Orange Park.

war, quickly to place air power where it "Vice Admiral.Forrest Sherman will dis- Two-room Park. Mrs.furnished Tlsdellr apnitment, Near At Ih. Station Chapcli. Birmingham

_ can be used. It is possible too, with atomic cuss with you the strategic concepts of the :2-2195 bus.! line., Mrs 2715 Thomas.Oak Street. Phone Road and PrtiUal Militia Avenue

warfare a fact, to disperse floating air power Chief of Naval Operations. I shall mention .Woman will share five-room apartment 0930- NATTC b.rvlc..-cnarliUn A. C.
sufficiently to avoid destruction with little with couple. Child accepted. Boyer..046General.
only one phase of that. Should hostilities 2658 College Stieet Worship ServleCbRI"ialn
Joss of effectiveness. hone 7-6486 after 1730.JVU"1I"B F. L. Albert.
open, we should have either to reinforce, to C.th.iic

"Today the Navy finds itself with a suffic- evacuate, or to abandon our widely-scattered WANTED 0700-M.0900 Mail.

ient number of aircraft carriers, either in armies of occupation. The choice of which Ride from 35th A Main to NAS. Wotk- 1100--Maw.

operation or in protected storage, but with- shall be taken will depend in large measure Rc1ICY.in8 hours' 0745 to 161:). bt..8166. AD Outdoor(. maJoUJnod Nursery. for, between small 0900 children

out enough planes to put on them.. If, as I'be-.. upon the strength of the Navy's'air:" arm/'. .. Rhlo'&AT're.WorkIng from Mbeity hours&,OOIJj Church) Id J630.to. a"d 1SOO.Page I














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( Patrons Of' Station Cafeteria SIGN PAINTER an ..., "",,,_..... ./$4'.41 'I


" i l : Offered Special Order Service 3. (\\S\ x A

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I'' 1 H I I I Patrons ,of the Station cafeteria were offered a new S

I d! L I i :" It f f! I j 1 Ii j :: '!'i&h4W fried, { 'Thicken?*: week, and-sea special food.a 1 1a, carte orders of steaks, chops, ': $. ,, ,


With the introduction of this new policy, the regular '

plate lunches were being sold on one serving line and the a la 1'I

: .j''..carte> ; :orders, on the other. The new system provides for
61i11i : ; ( jBpeedr! : ; ailing :of special orders irt t t j'Ij
\* iifep'Jrtr. With: the limited lunch

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, I '.' ; :.;?I 1 ( : The. ] plan; it Was understood, Is t tj Attention, VeteransThe t\ : .- : ,
j ; L ''', I I ( .wntlergoing a trial and is in the
11t :attire ruling Issued by the Civil
'f i of an experiment. While
,it is an innovation at the cafete- I Service Commission In September x c\
:ria, it was Installed in response uhlch prohibited the addingof M1 e
to many requests for such a serv preference points In determining 4 1
ice. If it proves popular and financially a veteran's eligibility In Y
feasible, it will be con- a non-competitive examination
-
tinued as a permanent feature, it has been rescinded. Circular i
Letter No. 2098 of 31 October
was stated. Otherwise, it will bo 4tA :
advised :
discontinued.The all agencies of the
Comml dishes available by special the
order are a welcome change from [
the usual luncheon fare. All varieties -- :

: .<. of steak-club, T-bone, sirloin S&u

I. ,. filet mignon are offered, Rpiyst
cooked to suit the customer's in.
dividual tastes. In addition there

are such taste-tempting items as

fried shrimp, ham steaks, and LuE5 .. t t
pork chops. All dishes are served '+ w ak
with lettuce, tomatoes, and french t,

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INSIDE Thanksgiving Eve, November26th THE NAS PAINT SHOP ot Public Works is the outfit that takes care of all the No Pariong,

PUBLIC WORKSThe the Supply-ers will hold their No Smoking, No Admittance, and other signs! seen around the station Three men tit at
annual Harvest Moon hop at the their board all day turning out the signs In rapid-fire succession Here C A Giger work on one IEngineering

Administration Divisionwas Duval County Armory, and ail of the signs which were put up on the station la.t week to mark the opening of the 1947 f omn,unity -

glad to welcome Comdr. I:. hands are expected to put in an Chest drive
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E. Ford, Operating Supt, back appearance. Claude England's Mu-

new from Studebaker 30 days leave.handles He like says a jet hid: sical Mates-10 of "em-will be LfH "Z 9I lnspe! Q i.'I!)

plane Lt. G. A. Busbee haa on hand to furnish the noise from
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received a new assignment. He is 9 P. M. to 1 A. M., and to crash The

now Design & Engineering Supt. the it's buck =- AROUND -
gate one stag or I Ai R.D
with collateral duty
as Housing
Officer. In the Public Works I drag. BYOL, but chasers in bots, Uh'ls1.on-by Free) ... .- n\ Inspectors

File Room, Betty Johnson is : pts, qts will run from 10 to 33 ', E. Clyne--It was called to my attention Ity Helen Burnt-tie

building up quite a rep as a football II cents, with cold cubes costing I this past week that vu our reporter. She was rooting for Louie, you looked real) snappyin :
prognosticatoress. She has either 25 or 50 cents per bowl. I have a new sport, introduced by both teams, and, when asked monkey suit!
picked the winner in Florida's I "Flash" Crowell. It's called: "How your
what the idea was, she said she
last three games much to the em- No reservations, but there'll beplenty I to Outrun the Cops and Not Get wanted to be on the winning side I C. E. Overholtz, ACMM, didn't
tables. You tick-
barrassment of the wise boys in ; of can get I Caught." Maybe there's some new when it was over. stay in the department long
her division. Betty Herring-i ets, beginning today, from Phil means of propulsion in that ill I enough for us to get to know him.
ton is one of the few employees Myers, Oretha Dougherty, D. L, Chevy, huh? A hearty welcome to our new Sorry you had to be transferred ,
in the department who was actually Dicks, J. V. Harper, Jean Wyhe, Another bit of juicy gossip is Inspector, W. V. Deering, ACMM I but hope you like Puerto Rico!
born in Jacksonville. Betty Szarmanski, Wilson, Forbes, Rich. from the Plant Division. It seemsas who has Just returned from a nice From reliable sources comes! th
ardson and McDuffie. Informal. long trip to Seattle, Washington. '
her astonishing fact:
says parents were passin though members of the plant
through from South Florida to By the way, Supply military per, office want Walt Fletcher introduced Congratulations to Mr. and Fo' and Fo' don't make 8 no mo'.
,) when she sonnel are included in this shin- Mrs. A. L. Beatty. They have a I It adds to 4 that's all
Georgia
interrupted the to the whole division. Quote just up --
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dig, and they can get ducats new daughter born Oct. 22, who
trip in Jacksonville. Laurie "We couldn't have a better man I no mo'.
from Lt O'Keefe. So ye's dance, I weighs 6 lbs 12 oz.
Rosenberg, who for the He has for
recently purchased job. a nose Sorry you were confined to the
a new house chilluns, ye's dance! and his is It Glad to see Harry Platt back I'
was busily engaged news, nose news. hospital last week, Comdr. Eeck-
., in putting up a fence THE LISTENIN' POST. Polly also was very red last week. He at work again. We missed him I with! Hope you will be back with.
around it last Saturday and at Freund, now in 7ND, is sport- said it was some red ink from and 'so did the Pylons. us at this reading.
.. "' ""\a the same time was listening to ing her "shiner" from Herbert his drafting board, but we wonder. Sorry Phil Hazouri is off with
Another member of
out dEpartment -
the Florida-Furman football Moore, Rodeillat's nephew.. i Walt also claims to be the only i a cut hand. VVe wonder if some has been in the ho-pixai

game When Bobby Forbes c.f Virginia Markham is pushing a man who can draw square circles one will teach him how to remove j i G. H. Lavay, ACMM. We hope he

Flortda made his first touchdownrun new Chevvy around-new to her with a compass. Huh." Unquote. gun shells from an automatic shot will be with us; also, ty pre,*s;
Laurie nailed three slats in and us. And Comdr. _Beall's new Comdr Fischer is off for parts | time. .

the wrong place and banged his Hudson gets better every time he unknown on a brief vacation. How gun.Folks, if you wish to share in I I <
thumb before he could calm down gets in it, he claims. Incidentally, far do you have to go to get the grand prize won by Purcell & I Two more ofouJ men were

-- H. J, Reamy, first chief clerkof your reporter is glad to be behind away from it all foe: awhile, Commander Miexell, just bring your trailer I transferred last week-B. A. La-
Combe, ARMlc and B, C. Becbe,
the wheel instead of behind ?
the
this department who now heads shovel. They will divide with you. .
ARM2c-both ATU.We'JI
the Reamy Company in town, is car, since he found a sucker; who Lucille Wells looked rather different We wonder if they will buy a going to
sending out recorded discs to his would swap Resignations: last week. Maybe she has a farm now. miss you guys, but hope
friends on which he tells them to the Brothers Hodges, W. E. and new interest in life. We'll see. Dobbs in the Hydraulic shop is you will enjoy your new assignments \ -
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hurry on down to his place.In I Remer, have bought a farm in It seems as though Macon and so excited he cannot keep his
the Transportation Section i Georgia, where they will go liS Mobile have things in common for mind on his work. He is expectingthe Two former inspectors paid us
Jennie Kopec that NormanR. soon as they dispose of their the A&R family now. Wonder stork to visit his home soon. a visit recently. C. Rebik and
reports property here. W. E. has about 10 why? I H. A. Yoachum, both from Boca
Our to Mr. Fluck
returned
Ivey from leave an- I sympathy
acres on 118th Street if you're If there's any change in the ap- Chica. Blondes or brunettes, fellows -
that he has brand whose mother passed
nouncing away.
a new interested. Viola Williams and pearance of Helen Unstad lately I. ? or did you just drop in to
baby boy, born the 4th of October. Estes is wondering if they are
Wallis both oldtimers it's because she's "hello" to the in the
Mary Supply maybe try- say guys
Norman has named his Harold tearing down the wall in A&Rso
will transfer to Federal to be I'm Barracks ?
the ing a "steady" beginning *
N. Ivey The boys in Transportation we can get out in a hurry
are beginning to wonderif Building this month. Gussie to thing she has some of that when they distribute those pink Homer, tell us :more, about the
Louise Bragg knows a railroadman. I Campbell is Joining McCall Coal Florida sand in her shoes, too. I little lady in South, Carolina!
Company shortly. C. L. Grimm guess they all get that sooneror slips.Whose
It seems she hums "Casey way job has Pop Weeks takenover We're all looking forward to
Jones" very frequently. Tha returns to Miami to accept a city later. in Hydraulic Shop? We two holidays which come this
boys are also expecting Willie I civil service Job thsre. (All of Assembly Dh-Islon-by Joanna think you need a mustache to be month-November 11, Armlitice!

":. '" Dauphin, Transportation fore- : which means that there should be I Jordan-It sure looks sad to see able to compete with our former! Day-and (you guess the date)
some grade 4's circulated soon). the Assembly Division deck look- .
man, to be hauled up in front !I buddy, Pop. Thanksgiving Dav.
of the House Un-American Committee I I. Sorry to hear that Phoeba ing so bleak these days, but may- Chief Baxter says the only : n-
for communistic inclina.tlons Sapp last her grandmother reo'' be by some miracle some planes I night he gets to sleep Is on duty I out for I buying all kindsof
unless he stops wearing that I I cently. A million thanks will appear from out of the skies nite. We want to know how many the gear. Contemplating a big
red necktie Liz Slade who so ably took the that we could overhaul. Our boys more days, Chief. I catch, she also purchased a camera -
I wheel for Sallies the last three !issues I really would like to see about 100 I Fussell has a few coon hounds to take pictures of the ones
this column is
As
far
concerned
it as is difficult to decide I, :.The .bond drive .and thecommunity roll in. They are eager-beavers for sale and he claims they only I Willie.she hopes to land. Happy fishing,
for work.
Chest
campaign are eat pickles.
whether Design and Engineering green
Division personnel live such monotonous I' ,getting:: much attention now in I Bill Catrette is mighty happy What supervisor will soon be Time Section Planning Division.
S existences that they Supply. If you haven't been con I to see a few Corsairs mingled needing upper and lower plates -\Vjnanna Spurlock. Lt. Trip
have no news to report or whether tacted yet, you will be soon. I with the beasts we have been Ordnance shop fishermen wantto plett has left A&H with the good;
they live such riotous lives I BRIGHT SAYINGS OF CHIL- I overhauling. Corsairs will seem know if the fish at Fort George wishes of employees who worked
that they are reluctant to have DREN. On the way home in their like play after having wrestled Inlet are working for the A&R on under him. To say we hated to

them publicized. In any event, I car pool recently, the conversation with SB2C overhauls. a 40 hr. basis. They never seem see him go is an understatement.It .
bashful bunch. turned to heaven-what it was Glenn Calhoun, S2c, returned to bite on Saturdays or Sundays. was a p'easure to have known
they are a very
':,', I and how to get there. Piped Hart from a brief leave to his' home Plant Dh'lslon-by Walt Fletcher and work for him; he was always
In the Seventh Naval District ley Steeves, possibly trying out a state of Ohio. He still claims that -There are two less in the 1 willing to cooperate in every way.
&"r':',l. Ernie Way, Inspector of Construction new cartoon, "But you can't get north of the Ma on-Dixon line is Inventory Shop this weeknamely 'I' Mrs. Myrtle Morris is recuperating -
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was up here Monday and in till you fill out your Form much better than south. Well, I Hendrix and Starczewski, in Orlando and would like to
Tuesday from an inspection of 57! A discussion of ances- know he loves the old Buckeye I ACMM's, who have been transferred I hear from all her friends in A&R.
construction assignment, at the try came up in the same way. The state but I love the old South- to other divisions. AnotherEM i I You can get her address!, by contacting -
naval Reserve Armories in Miami. antecedents of each being reported everyone to his own likes. has been added-"Mack" Mc- Jennie Bunn. Let's drop

Ernie says they are already sell- Said McDuffie, when asked TO TUB EMPLOYEES OF THE I Calister-who is very adept in her a line, folks!
,ing tickets to the Miami Orange, I what his nationality was, "Oh, A&R SHOPS: an artistic way. He especially.| Mrs. Reif is stilt on' the ole side
Bowl the New Year's
for game I part Irish, part Scotch, and part I want lo thank the A&R ShopsIn likes to draw portraits with lots list. We miss you,. .MyfRief, so
Bill Truesdale, Maintenance I ginger ale." behalf of my children and myself II of color in his spare moments. hurry back. ..I i >! /.., ,
Superintendent, reported back for the beautiful wreaths, (Redheads). The likeness is very I|I Folks, when we come up and
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from an inspection of Naval Reserve the ilorens, of cards, the many i similar. There is, a'so, another ask, "whatcha doin' and how long
facilities around the ?State. got her instructions confused with personall.l( and the financial fellow in the same shop who favors : you been on that job ?" don't
I
C P. McCord has been assigned the cook book, and an a result the as!*>i,tance uhlch you gave us during ) the redheads, (but not in'i j'I think we're norey.: It's just that
: .r duty as Seventh Naval curls came out BO small and tight our recent loss.' As It Is Intp the artistic wny). we are now roving timekeepers.The .
District Contract and Real Estate that her daughter has trouble! "w lble for me to meet and talk : At last we have found out the new employees in the time

Superintendent upon the resignation breathing. However, it was ill ulth each of you, I am taking reason Don (Crunchies) Ragin section are in for a real work-out,
: of Donald S. Colwell good clean fun. J. T. Lee, tltitt meant of reaching you. I I bowls with a 12-lb ball When he aren't they?
\vlio has gone into private indus- personnel clerk, has won so many 1\Irw. Clarence 1). Johnson. goes: bowling, his girl friend has It seems Fred has things on Ms
itj.: Gladys O'Mallcy gave football bets from the boys that Accessories' Uh'I"lon-by Dorothy to hold the ball' en the rno' 'cycle; mind now-a- %'....y to an urge over the weele- he bought a new Ford last weekend M. n'ilUamlojoll-Last Saturday anal o n larger cne would .be teo I, ycu' and never see ';oll; Forgive
tflil, and gave her daughter a permanent Pete Cappa says that his night who wa Been at, the heavy.. 1 i flat folks, t.e's"cnly' day.ilrcam
wave. But she evidently bete personally raid for the body football game)? None other than I Willie Willlneham; has gone all I I iJ1 g.fi .




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Editor! Offices for NATTC Section Room 137 and tit.
Administration BuiUm &\)1)1'1:1.. tid I ZCi.

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;S Hallowe'en Dan .

last week was officially term,1successful. I

To the left are the

I winners of the Dancing contests '

Jitterbugwitiers:: were Alice ,, y'f

WHAT TO DO! WHERE TO GO! Masters and Max Scott; best f l tH C

watt/ers were Lillle Anlolla

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MOVIE SCHEDULE

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'fllUn l).\V-DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK, starring Claudelt I I I THE WORD..FW I

Colbert and Henry Fonda Shows !at 17M: and 2000./ .
TTCenews4ee :

FROM AVlA\TIOi\ rUi\DAML\TAL, SCHOOLDropped
rniDAi .AM :.winruAV>> MERTON AT THE MOVIES. wit:\ ,
Red 3Uelton and O'Brien. Show 1730 and 2000 Fin" ----- -- -- -----
at lay
Virginia on in at Brks. 17 the other Rate Shops in 520. Lagerman haibeen
and I'OO.! ( 1730 and 2000, on Saturday.fal'SDAY .
day to see if there was any assigned the duty of MA A
news of importance but thin of the new :student barracks and I
THIS TIME FOR KEEPS, starring Esther Williams those eight Chiefs were sittuij what probably is the joke of tht
and uuv.ience Mekhior. Shown at 1400, 1730 and 2000BIcM'DAY around so peacefully I didn't wantt. week, Forsythe was. assigned to
? disturb them I happened to Shore: Patrol. And we also found
look in the Bos'n Locker and out the name of the culprit who
AMI TrEtsl)AY-- HEAVEN ONLY KNOWS starrit.ijRoLicn
found John taking has been Chi-Chi Brks.
MoCloskey busily : beating to
Cummings and Brian Donlevy. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000
on both days. Could thebe meniDiies with /a down dictation from Ralph 17 every morning. No. Bacigalupois
meaning behind Graham's request. The star: tackle of Bacigalup's the last one in, but this fellowcan
for 'diars bell on Alabama. at "Fightm" Irish' said he would be usually be seen smoking a
W* JNESDAY-THE LAST ROUNDUP, with Gene Autry ant l the dance the other night- not available for autographs betwe cigar and will answer when called -

Jean H.atliei. Shows at 1730 and 2000. why the stars in his eyes as he one and two every afternoon for Hodgin, (They .ay he's bating -

listened to his "soecial" selection ? those of you who missed! him aftr Mrs. Warren some morningj >

Til ilSDAY OUT OF THE BLUE, starring George Brent and If you happen to see a lost automobile (> the games We happened to The "blue ribbons" fjr excellence -
Vi') ;liu1\ .ayo.: Shows at 1730 and 2000. : wandering around Jacksonville get on the subject of Ship's Service in studies this week go tot
please return it to G.1- i and Ralph cleared up all J. Buda and H. E. Haac of AF.d.>
breath you see since his rece:it doubts in mv mind He said he who placed one two, in the tin-il I
thought Jesse James was dead of their class marks.
averages
marriage, he had been in such a
T3SKGS TO DO-::'! : daze that he sometimes forges but he found out recently that For their advanced study Buda

where he parks his car. You knoyou've \...., he was running the "Gyp Joint." has chosen AETM while Haac has
to humor We have a majority of small asked for AMM Congratulation.:
PL.:i1"S: IN Open nightly 1730-2130 Bldg. 017. in his just condition got a ,person I items this week starting off lat on the past and good luck for th>
Sandwk.. and snacks: available. Thursday with the stork arrivingat future to both of you!
I hear that Snyder got :20 licks
CO\\'uhCi-ISA aU )'. IM Snip a Service avail Jr' the hospital with a son for In one of his first official act
and several to "grow on", from
abl u.. oniei M.utlay through Saturday Roland Gaskill. Father is in good after coming back off leave Monday
his buddies, who were making it
1700-:'JUu: Leayue games have priority. slightly warm for him in honor shape. Thanks, this cigar will morning Mr. Dill placed tlio
come in handy when I tell the Ship's Company Barracks under
JSAi'lt LllIitARl Located in Auditorium, of his birthday. It makes not
Open M .K ..1,. ..:--ay. r.utaday and 1-rtiUy 130O to want to live too many you years- boys of my football prowess. Another Chief Rivenbark and thereby cut.
2100. V\ed.iesua> 1230 to 2100 Saturday and Sun right, Snyder? surprise is Dungan's newly',.I us off from Student Division All
day 12u to 2iiX Maybe some of you have noticed red trimmed wagon Of course."Droogan" hands give a hearty "llurray!"
has had of time Under the
plenty new set-up we are no
Aderente. as he feverishly worked '
lately. A group of the boys tooka longer subject to indiscriminate
on his motor scooter for that "
trip to Ocala Sunday and tht'qUl'stlun inspections from Brks. 17 every .
;) months Well. I learned that
has been asked whether morning The other changes: will
A'lIILKTIL GKAU Available at Gear Lock the first; time ho tried it on the
those girls whistled at Dimaio'a"cahh" be brought out gradually over a
I) .'.Iy..! al Training Department, Bldg. 51s.: 'road it ran out of gUI and he. or at Rusk. (Or !is it period of time.
MAS forced to wait some time fort
Busk. Rush Bush ?) And the did make
by
;;. TUN N IS Racquets; and balls available at Physica.: alp. (Say it was convenient where or way you
Monday brought the return of that dental appointment Tuesday -
that scooter ran out of wat.
raining: &, Bldg. 513. gay Tennis and McKain to the various Alb rghlnt"" ?
n't it? ) Finally, he: was towelhome i .
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at a very late hour, where ernoon, and another victory for time .' :hlle-f !
1'J his wife waited on the doorstep us With the golf tournament underway
with a "You TRY to explain
SWIMMING -Indoor Pool. Daily, Monday: through Many changes have taken pla.usince CHIEFS QUINN and
THIS! gleam in her '
eye. the 17 new boys from HI- HUGHES are hittln'! 'em hard!
Friday-1500 to 2100.( Saturday->) to 2100. Incidentally, Baker made a :-fewYear's trument school enrolled in AEM SEGEE who I is one of the 510

Sunday1300 to 2100ISI resolution! in the middle of "B" School A lot of people in i boys has three new puppies now
October, that he was going to stop the school have not even had the He is raising cocker spaniels! over
his drinking and wild ways Ba. opportunity to focus their in Dewey Park and is the proud
eycaion ,
>' <1O-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship'dService kerdt> you swear to tell the these lads but maybe they wild 'papa! of onetwothree l little
truth the whole! truth, etc.Wh..re ?
M u> Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Sponsored circulate around the school moi pup
by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds Cor the Nur November were you on UlII?ht of this week. L. H. BUONS. \E n' For comtort. relaxation and
2 and why doesn'tMrs
urv. from NAMTiA, )No. 503 and R. J. peacefulness come over and recline -
Adetente speak to -
? you anymore LAKE AEMSc: from NAMTiAuNo I in our new ready room. It

Who believed I that practical I 301 are taking special instrii'tion -- is really nice with those big olu
on the Gyro Flux Gate Com- lounging chairs magazine/ rack
WIIER: TO
coasuonxSALVATION jokes are so-o-u cute: such as,
and chaise lounges
pas
hiding mattresses and turning
lockers to the wall ? Someone is While JOE WALTERS is c.n''I Before we leave. just want to

liable to get more than his thumb le.lvlip north, MEEK is takingover : inform you that YANAROS final!,
A KM* I I.I IS. t"I'II'rl' at 122 W. Forsyth Streetla broken, the duties as mes&enger.: Iv retrieved his "slip stlok" from

now located at iOU Liberty Street 200 Bed Dormitory which includes j Everything happened in the las Mighty nice glad to have you MR. PINNEY. Whv MR PIN-
l locker and showei. $.jo A s.iaik bat breakfast luncbanoJ "
few minutes of the Bearcats vs with us. MEEK. NEY, are you making a collectionof \
short orders served reasonable prices Tigers game last Thursday. The CHIEF HOLLEYMAN leave these slide rules now? I()

game: was scoreless until the lait. Saturday for Kansas City where Just one more thing--when you
WHERE; 10 GO ASIIOKL: NCCS Club at Church and Newnar three minutes of play when the :juicy, thick and genuine western make a bet with HOLLEYMAN.
Streets! Club open daily from 1700 to 2300 Saturdays, 12oJ to 240U Greenrieid 01 the Tigers, blockeda beef will meet him factl) you had better have a "Lean
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dance Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays kick and recovered the ball in face as he crosses the state lin' Pipe" li that Mot right WICII
and Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday the end zone. This play resulted Missouri HOLLEYMAN has been MAN ?

in the only touchdown of the aft- contemplating this leave for sonv
__ NOW THEY'VE WENT AND
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DONE IT The NATTC Police
t STALEMATE Uy lIarold Jones St Artist's: RevengeI-I Force's latest way to pass time-' -

when they're not chasin? down

apeedera is an Acey-Deiicvy
Tournament, scheduled. to convene
/ just aa soon as more hone, to
: oodneu 4 champions l"ntt'ruy...
: m<"'3 el1;';ib'<.', :so entr now.
/ I I ;r : The 3yay! Club' (the place

rsJYl'l t where you 'In jj.j after mid'iigitt;
:after all the bars downtown have
e I Irxieil) has sent a blink contract:

to Corcitn (Bulldog) Dmr>'-.i.tnd
with instruction for him to fill! in

< hU own prise, sign it, and send il
isl. '.. hack Drumniond, who will IK rt'-
mf>inl>'!red ai the Yard Mail dp. _

liverer, rer nHy participated in .1

.. ':_ {I one of their nOr shown, doing a
,> j j,14J ) ihumliHi: And ,nth the strip-teas
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GUNNER McCAULEY NATTC Landing Force


RECEIVES ORDERS: Honor Company For i I


FRENCH MOROCCOCh. Jax Navy Day ParadeNATTC .: -

Gunner R. H McCauley Division I can be righteously r

Officer for AOM "A" school proud of its representation in the .
has received orders for Port Ly- Jacksonville Navy Day
parade on
auteyt French Morocco, North Af- I October 27. The NJ\'''TC company '. "
rica. Mr. McCauley arrived i of the Seventh Naval District "r fi

aboard iNATTC on P February j Landing Force had the distinctionof +' ,. k,
1I>4$, .arriving with the "A" school being Honor Guard, following v- i a u.v r s

frum Norman, Oklahoma.. Mr. McCauley I immediately behind the colors .. u r 4A < a 'r
was with Ordnance "A"
This Landing Force is comprisedof : ;
school when it was in Memphis and SHIPS COMPANY of both Ordnance r ,. Md ,
in May of 1945 went to Normanas "A" and "B" schools.! '

Range Officer for the school. Lt K. Sams, OinC of AOM "B'
Mr. McCauley served "A" schoolon school, is Company Commander of '
this base as Division Officer.He the Force, and Ensign O. R. Turl
also was coach of the TOA Ington OinC of AOM "A" school! ,
football team last season which is Platoon Commander of the First :

placed fourth in the NATTC Platoon. Ensign H. D Fields, Jr.

.league This season Mr. McCauley Phase Officer of Av. Fund., was
has piloted the TOA-TOB Bulldogs acting Platoon Commander of the
which are still contenders for the Second Platoon Uniform for the

championship. The gunner was parading troops was undress
also affiliated with the NATTC Whites with neckerchief, leggings ,
baseball team last season and cartridge belt, and rifles

caught for a number of games. The parade covered a seventeen- ..t 4 r .W r
Gunner McCauley) : is the second block
course the center of
through ......... _. _
AOM ''' '
officer from the "A" schoolto Jacksonville and ended at Hem- "' "I" n 4" 2'SM I" 't- r.6 1't.bd -'fi;,

be transferred in tbe past two ming Park, where appropriate THE \VILDCAT TEAM comprised ot person' net from T T. TAS TL T, and TSD. have rut, up a
wwks. Lt H. L. Sutton left the Navy Day speeches! were delivered total I of 61 points this season to put them in set nd place for season total 8ore Thl'pla'l': fourthin
school last week. Probable replacement by Commodore Boundy and the standings with 3 wins bind 2 losses, F o far. Coach Lt. A. Hariow's team still has ample opportunity I
for Mr. McCauley will Mayor Whitehead. to perform an upset and take the NATTT: football championship. The \\ldcats' most recent:
be Ch. Gunner R. L. George I game was the 10-0 victoryover the Adders'! The Wildcats were next scheduled to play the Bulldogs
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BE TOP CONTENDERSFOR

MATTC Library Happiness Reigns Wildcat Wins TENNIS CROWNMonday

Bulldog
Marcia Davenport has written I Happy Holidays are on theirI
a surefire successor to her popu- I way again. It was'! announced yes October 10, \\ Iii be
lar "Valley Decision" in "EAST tE'rdathat since Tuesday Armistice I the first day of competition for
SIDE WEST SIDE." The city of Day and R. national holiday, I Tigers Edge By Bearcats To the NATTC Intra-mural Tennis
New York is very much in th\s this command will observe holiday Tighten Championship Race
Tournament.
novel-its sights and sounds and routine on Monday 10 November .I "HOT" is the word to describethe touchdown. The kick for extra i i Each division is urged -
smells its mixed nationalities, Now by simply adding two and touchdown making Bulldogs as point was low and.the score remained to enter its team either todayor

tenement dwellers cafe societyand two it's easy to recognize the fact I I: they ran over the Bearcats last 267. 1 i Friday. There will be no combining .

aristocracy. forms the background i that when we secure duties Friday Tuesday by a 26-7 score This victory The Bearcats received the ball | of divisions as in other

against which Jessie' afternoon, we won't have to comeback makes the Bulldogs top scor- on their own 24 when Stephenson, major sports, and divisions with
Bourne a beautiful and wealthy :, until Wednesday morning!!!! ing team of NATTC and also givesin the kicker nailed Thomas, the receiver -
woman on the verge of her 40's, Naturally, there are one or two one game, by beating the Hell- practically as he caughtthe only one or two entries may sun
:in one dramatic week meets several small clauses.. Such asone of them the record for points scored ball. Hentzen, Bulldog fullback win points for the Captain's Tro

personal problems, reachesa these days; ;you're bound to catch ,cats season's record of 25 points intercepted a Bearcat pass on the phy. The division that wins this
decision about her the duty, and then too, in return ',
unhappy marriage : against the Adders. third down and ran back to the tennis tournament will receive a
and meets a man she could for getting Monday; off, the follow- :: Brittain set the pace for things original line of scoimmage. Collins
love.: This man is General Mark ing Saturday will be: an official to come at the start of the game connected with Peterbok for a 10- separate: trophy for tennis, plus

Dwyer whose family background I working day. But then, who cares, I receiving;- the Bearcat kickoffon yard pass and the Bulldogs were 100 points towards the Captain's:

is that of the immigrant who I what with four straight! nonworking ,, his own 9 and high-tailing it threatening again on the Bearcat Trophy
tame to America in pursuit'! of days. Ah me, those- poor civilians j for a Bulldog touchdown. "Scooter" 13-yard line. The Bearcat line dug; Lasi year's winners of the Ten

tain ideals and who today is rE'r-1, Brittain ran through the entire I in 'and stopped the Bulldog advance nis Trophy, and present holder of
+ true upholder of the. shining --- ----- 'Bearcat I team aided by beautiful | two yards short of a first the Captain's Trophy, is TAR
dram of America. an Interest in the constant crisscrossing -, blocking, without having a hand .,land 10. With two minutes'! remaining Av. Fund will still be top competition -
One thing can be said for I of medical and popular ,|I laid on him. The extra point went in the ball game the Bearcats with Wilcox, holder of
t'c>Wakeman--he can create history. In this book, "The Golden wide and the seine was 6-0. with kept the ball near mid-stripe until the Seventh Naval District singles -
unforgettable characters I Isle he tells the tale of Michael late comers missing the whole the final whistle blew. championship, as their main

'CTfowl'lon' of "Shore Leave," or Stone who Is forced to serve as show Chief Warnck replaced Gunner threat. TEB will be a tough con-
.Uvan Llewellyn Evans of the doctor on the estate of a Florida 1 The Bulldogs kicked to the McCauley Bulldog coach this tender with Wasco, who won the
ucketers." Now there is Matt slave trader, Adam Leigh Mich- Bearcats who brought the' kick up game and it was his first outing: station doubles championship last
fi7tiio1 of "The Saxon<< Charm." ael became involved with Marian. to their' own 40. Unable to makea with the team. Mr. McCauley (who year with Wilcox as their major
Noct"foie? could be indifferent to i Leigh's daughter-in-law I part of first down the Bearcats kickedto is being transferred), witnessedthe hope. The Dispensary is also mated
:Matt Saxon The story concernsa Leigh's plan, later married Dim- j the Bulldogs. The Ordnance game from the stands and congratulated high in court entries' and TEA
successful young novelist, Eric I ity: and then learned that he must't Bulldogs, on the second play, fumbled Warrick on his impressive has entered a strong team.
Busch who wants to see his own fight his cruel employer for the the ball and the Bearcats I I I beginning.I :. Mr. Welch, who is running tho

play on Broadway, of Janet, his welfare of the negroes in his were.quick on recovering. On the' I I Wildcats!" Beat Adders, 1M!) tournament, expects more lato
wife, who sees her husband being 'I charge and for his own chance of Bearcat second down Collins. Bull- | The Wildcats' 19-0 entries this week. The tourna-

gradually swallowed up by the happiness! dog fullback, intercepted a pass. the Adders was unusual victory] in NAT over ment will be played on NATTC
charm: of the producer, and of I II The Bulldogs on their third down I|I TC football. The Wildcats) out- Tennis Courts 1, 2 and 3, and play
Alma Wragge, a show girl whose I lies Moines, Iowa (AFPS) called a "Spread" formation and I classed the Adders and proved will] begin at 1630 Monday after-
love for Saxon and whose need Luis Carnzales, 88 will become tried a quick-kick. Herst led the I noon. Two single. and one doubles
i that the
they were stronger grid
for work and money are greater a father again in December. He Bearcat line in blocking the kick iron team, but the Adders pro'edthat '! game will constitute! a natch
than her distrust for him It is and his wife, who is 23, already and the Bearcats took over on the with the loser eliminated from
the andscrappif'st
they are gamest
a book bound to be popular. have two children aged 1 and Bulldog 14. further play.IIICRSHAt1'S; .
T'r Slaughter has always taken vearsTrs 2,1, A Bulldog offside penalty made i team on the station. .
There 16
| were only men wearingthe
-- ----- --- it first and 6 and the- play went : $7.500 AN IlOrtt
Adders colors in that
to the 4-yard hn. for a first, and; gameand (IAFPSThe) Nor.u Ohma \ >-
j with
5 substi-
only men as
goal to go. Excitement was highas rifle, bli h' d
a newspaper l'!: :; ? n
tutes, Lt. Emerson's
the' Bearcats had second and boys put up Tsungtao, China, recently eta? ; -
4. third and 2. and then fourth and an exceptional fight. nalized: "Rickshaw fares arc /
Adder fly-weight fullback, 13(5(
1 foot. Lubinski carried on a quarterback now. Lot's keep thorn that "
pound "Cookie" Cook, took a terrific ,
sneak to make the foot. At that time Marines were ting ..
The kick was good and it was a beating as he alone attempted 'only $7,500:' for one t b x
to flip over 20 at his
new ball game for the Bearcatsat passes the picturesque vehicles an, s- ,-
ends and backs. Workman
lived
the' encYof the first quarter.The 000 eight hours. .
up to his name, by aiding Cookin
second quarter found the that '
The catch is they u' j'1 -
Bulldogs defending their own goal. I putting up a gallant battle nese national currency. The <; ,J
A Bulldog kick from the 20 was against the overwhelming mightof Marines'! dish out for an he <. '4
fumbled in the Bearcat backfieldand I the Wildcat team. ride is worth approximately *ij
Lt. Harlow's team crossed the
Evert Bulldog guard, downedthe I cents'! in U. S. coin.
Adder goal early in the second ..
ball on the Bearcat 33. Brit-
I -- -- --- --- ---
tam, on the first play, passed to quarter with Reggins doing the and yards: for a touchdown when
Luscombe for a 30-yard gain anda honors. Brown went over for the the Bearcat line dug in to hold
first and 10 on the Bearcat 3. Wildcats again in the third quar- the Tigers to a 2-yard advance.
iih Darby carried off tackle for the ter and Holden passed to Goforth The Tigers carried' the ball to the
te T. D. Collins kicked the extra who went-forth for the third Bearcats 4-yard line where the
Wildcat touchdown.
point and the half ended 137. Bearcats took over.
The Bearcats received the ball at While the Wildcats were push- | The Bearcats- ran the first down
their own I 5 on the kickoff for the ing up a high score the Adders seta !I for 2 yards. On second ( fc n, S
new NATTC record in attempted to the Bearcat back
second half and Fullback DeAn- go quartet ,
passes. Records were kept up seeing that the fullback
gehs returned it to the 28. The Tiger was
Bulldogs took over though on the to the 23rd attempted Adder unprepared, called for a quick-
< t7 when a fourth down try for a pass. The Adders connected with kick. The kicker was rushed and
10 tosses to give them about a the blocked, back
essary: yard failed. punt flying over
Luscombe again snagged a .450 average in passes completed.The the kicker's head to behind the
Scooter" Brittain pass for a 17- Adders having such few Bearcat goal. In the case of..a
vard gain. Collins ran the remaining reserves went into the Wildcat ,, blocked kick the rules state that

20 yards to the goal on the I game, as they go into every game, the ball is free arid*sor-GEeerifaiU,.
next play for another Bulldogscore. as the underdog. Their unusual Tiger linesman fell upon the tall, '"
Collins kicked the extra exhibition of sportsmanship found downing it and making it a touch-
every Wildcat over at the Adder >: down for the I
point and the score was 20-7 with Tigers. The extra
the Bulldogs on the long end. bench at the game's end to con- point was no good and the ball

y 6 az Third quarter action was centered gratulate the Adder team on their ;i I game ended with the score, : Tigers,
between the 40-yard stripes' fighting spirit. 6, Bearcats. 0.
until another Bulldog kick went Timers, 6; Bearcats, 0
deep into Bearcat territory and A lucky Tiger team beat the NATTC

was fumbled. Evert again gave the' Bearcats Wednesday October 29,
Bulldogs a spark by recovering the by a 6-0 score The Bearcats Intramural Football

bull on the Bearcat 34. Darby pressed g<.alward through 3 quarters ScheduleWednesdayNov.
ticaked around the Bearcat end of play, but a blocked kick in
I to the 21 on the next play for anew the last quarter was their undoingThe 12

act of downs for the Bulldogs.On Tigers rallied at the start Adders vs BearcatsThursdayNov.
NATTC has been food conscious for some time Figures were the fourth down, 6 yards away of the third quarter, when Miller's
not available) on bread eggs, meet, but.trt and poult r\: saved, but I from a first and 10, Brittain nailed pass to Frenchy took the ball from 13
It all adds up. Pictured above, two eailoigiv' a clone scrutiny of LiiMCombe, who was clear in the Uie mhl-ljlrjJlt" to the Bearcats Tigers vs Ilellcats
the poster on Food Saving at yiup'8 Service. end zone for another Bulldog tt-yartl beer, The Tigers had first

















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Hope of undefeated
an ;; ward wall for gains of 24 and 11 Locot-o gave the Fliers a fit
season; for Jax- a\\'' flew out' yards. Two more plunges set the down on the Corpus six-yard
the window last Saturday I Fliers up on the Corpus 45 and marker. But once again the mam-
night when an attempt for McQuary hit the line once more. moth Comet forward wall rose to
; He crashed'oevr right tackle, the occasion and held for downs.
field from the three-
;a goal veered However, their first
broke into the secondary, on play .
sard marker in the last half- toward the left sideline, and went from scrimmage, the ball carrierwas
r minute of play proved unsuccessful all the way for the score. Har- swamped by a horde of Jax-
and the Corpus vey Hardy's attempt for the extra Navy linemen and, when the plK.
point fell short of the cross bar, up was untangled, Jacksonvillehad
a Christ! Comets walked;: off
and the locals led, 60. possession Here: Coach "Tuf-
with a narrow 7-G win over Both teams played brilliant defensive fy" Thompson sent Ed Buchser in
the Fliers. ball for the rest of the to attempt a field goal. But Lady
Thr slim margin of defeat first half, stopping their oppon- I Luck seemed to be against the
proved to be an extra point place- I I ents' offenses cold. The Flier line I visitors, for a high wind came out
a. kicked by Jerry West, following i was magnificent at times and I of nowhere to push Buchser's
his scoring pass to Benny Poido- I Paul Seiden and Dave Barksdale ': otherwise perfect place-kick inches -
J main mid-way through the third bore the brunt of the load for the to the right of the uprights.Once .
w eriod. j Comet defense i again, Jacksonville had a
The Fliers took the opening Early in the third period, the i I decided edge in the statistics, racking -
kick-off and started out in their< Corpus Christi plays started to up a total of 188 yards gained -
usual way. .But after short gains j'I click and the Comets started a in rushing to the Corpus totalof
.___ m n__ through the huge Corpus lin, 'I drive from their own 29-yard lin?. I 80. Corpus made 61 yards
THE N AS };XLlSTI'OIEX'S: bowling league got underway at the Comet defense took over i I Highlighted by a thrilling 30-yard through the air to the Fliers' 57
the.: station all-vs last week with many team members proving that Dave Barksdale got off a long ,; pass from West to end R. Gaulden -!I, but the Fliers made 12 first downsto
t1 they have not lost the knack of rolling strikes and spares. Caughtby I punt to the Jacksonville 14. j the Comets gained a first I their opponent's 10. The Fliers'
I the camera as he is about to prove this point is R. N. Nicholasof Then Jumpin' Jack McQuary down on the Flier ten Two runI I net yardage totaled 245 yards
the VM team. Though Nicholas turned in a good game, his team I started rolling.. The big redhead I ning plays brought the ball to the II against the Corpus 111.i .
vent down in defeat at the hands of Supply. plowed through the Comet for- seven, and then West came >
-- ___ n___ __ __ ___________ __ I through with his game-winning:

Nearly 80 Golfers Taking Part November's SmokerTo I. pass By and some extra strange point.coincidence, I I Crucial Game

I Be Best Yet the three forward passes that '
Says Will Be Played
In Station Golf ChampionshipsThe sparked the Corpus touchdown
Promoter ChipparoniAnother drive were the only aerials that i
---- -------------- the Comets completed throughoutthe I Next WednesdayThe
Station Golf Championship boxing smoker is on tab I
Tournament got underway on thoI I In Scarborough the enlisted leads men's the group field, Chief witha at Ma inside Auditorium on 21 November tempts.ball game in fourteen at-I, A&R and Marine touch

local links last Saturday after- scintillating 75 followed by and when Welfare the Physical Train- I The enraged Fliers started an- : football teams will clash on the
ing Department
with 79 golfers vieing for Chief MacDonald and Roger Row- mat area next Wednesday after-
noon its fourth mitt card. Box- other drive early in the fourth I
I stages
at 1600 in a that
honors. The participants have en both boasting 76's. quarter taking possession on their I noon game may
ers are now working out along I
have a definite bearing on the anal -
been into two divisions Pairings in the championshipflight own 21. A long pass completion
split up I with the varsity boxing team, aid I outcome of the current seriesin
with 43 officers making up one in match play include L*. Chief Chip Chipparoni, smoker and several brilliant runs by Sal the NAS intra-mural touch
group, and 36 enlisted men malI I Grego vs. Lt. Hersch, Lt. Ayres matchmaker expects to give fight ------ -- --- football league. The will
game
ing1 up the other. t vs. Captain Gentner Lt. Whistler fans the best show this year. I Bowlcitcs Lead In --I help untangle the five-way tie for
Each division has been divid- vs. Lt. Herider. and Captain Jonesvs. Anyone wishing to compete in
the top in the present stand-
ed into three flights, the championship Ensign Rapacz in the officers' the exhibition should contact I WAVES Pin LeagueBetty I ings. rung
first, and second flight. division and Chief Scarboroughvs. Chipparoni at the Welfare Office I I
winners in each flight will meet Chief Robertson Barney Gal- in Bldg. 3, or by phone at ext. Rucker's "Bowlettes" I Scores of last week'3 games
the winner in the other divisions. lagher vs. Chief MacDonald, Rowan 498. | copped first place in the NAS include A&R-13; Operations;
allowing three men to cop crowns. vs. Livingstone, and Scott \3: WAVES bowling league this Parachute Loft-19; Commissary
Low medalist in the officers' division Haskette in the enlisted men'sdivision. the Brentwood Golf Club, 10-8, : week with a total of 2093 pins but Store--0; and Supply-13, Sea<
to date is It Tony Grego Sunday afternoon at Brentwood. | was closely followed by "Butch" I, Hawks-0.
who came through with a spark- Golf Gazing The NAS squad led throughout i Glover's keglers with a trailing Team Won lost
ling 75. He is closely followed by The NAS station golf team lost I the match but Louis Broward, a I total pinfall of 1823. I I VSB :2A&R 1)1larlne'
Ensign Rapacz who made a 78. its first match of the season to former Florida State Open Cham-j Ruth LaVere rolled the high I :: n
I with single string for the evening for : : 0
-- ---- --- ---- pion came through
sive wins against Chief Robertsonand an outstanding 184 average for'I' Supply 2 0
Tigers Defeat Ocala Lose Baskette to gain six points I I II the three games. NATS 2 0
I I and give his team the victory. The High average for the league is Operation 1 l
NAS golfers included Lt. Grego, held by Midge Bryant with 155 Parachute Loft L t
To Pensacola In Busy WeekThe Ens. Rapacz Chief Scarborough who also holds the top three Sea Ilawkn 0 .
I Livingstone, Lt. Herider. Lt. Ay- strings with 498. High single VMPost: <4)
NAS Tiger football eleven log a bullet pass to his wingback I ers Rowen, Scott., Baskette and string is held by Winnie Jones Demob. t)
came through with its most brilliant !- who went over to score. I Chief Robertson. with 192. Commissary' Store_ 0
game of the season last week
-- ---- --- - ----
at Ocala when it pinned a 9-0 I i GETTING IN TRIM FOR WINTER SEASON .;: \
d?feat on the Ocala pigskinners
"" w .. II!_ !U gk L.1 !! A ,,
before 2.000 fans. Though the "" ''J''

game was marred by many !
f rubles in the first half, the I F
locals came back in the latter
half of the game to chalk up all

ntne points. _

Johnny Plaskett, ace Tiger hah- _
hiCk, was the offensive star of .,
the clash, scoring the lone touchdown -

on a sparkling 11-yard run .
and crashing over the extra point.
The Tigers penetrated deep in
Ocala territory three times in the"
first half, but costly fumbles gave
Ocala possession of the ball and
they punted out of danger. But
early in the second half, the Tig-I
era came to life and started a ,
tained march.

They took over on the Ocala 35
a few minutes after the kickoff.
and Plaskett went around right !
end for 20 yards to the Ocala 15. I
Two running plays brought the
hall to the eleven, and then Plas-
katt took the ball on a reverse rIr
wide around left end and went d '
all the way to paydirt. He crash-
ed over right tackle for the ex-
tra point.In .
the fourth quarter Per 1\ I
Watkins got off a booming 6;")-
yard punt all the way to the J''
Ocala one. On the following play _
Ken Francis of the Tigers broke
through the Ocala line, tackledthe
ball carrier in the end-zone
1
and the locals led, 90. They we r*-
content to hold their lead for the S ea f < y ,

rest of the game.
Sunday afternoon, the Tiger i
flew to Pensacola and lost an-
other last-minute heartbreaker to i
the Pensacola Giants, 60. One* ,
again the Tigers had a decided N r
edge in the statistics, but a sleeper -
pass caught the Jacksonville
secondary. napping and the Giants (
!
clinched the victory. I
For three periods, the Tigers 'I
completely outclassed their opponents -

three times reaching the ( :
Giant 10. But fumbles and penalties -
always stalled the attack i 'S
when the Tigers were in scoring I

I _
territory.The set ....... .-.- .-- --
Pensacola score was STATION WAVES IIAVE been taking tee Fal .jonrtifmninu the first W A.V'E students look on (Top right Truax watches closely
up in the fourth period by abril-I seriously not only on the basketball courts but In the |Judo mats m while Nadine Jones connects with a rabbit punch to the neck of
liant double reverse which ended Bldg 612 as well On the basketball: front head coach 'Skipper'Edge Milton McDonald: ((Lower" left A group of WAVE hoopsters battle .
followed
bya
up in a forward pass has been putting her charges' over the obstacle course which for a rebound during a recent scrimmage on the basketball courts.
lateral/ giving the Giants a first she designed and built. And on Thursday nights, Chief John Truax I (Lower right Skipper Edge shows the basketball candidates how tll
down on the Tiger 14, And then used'' to condition the for the
the Pensacola/ quarterback pulledoff judo instructor, give special lessons to the girl in blue. (Top loft) negotiate one of the obstacles girls
the old sleeper play, throw- Chief Truax demonstrate an effective hold on Junes Vance while coming/ basketball season.
















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