Jax air news
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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33313438
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: Proceeds Of f Flier-Hellenl 9 Come

Igo To Community Chest CumpuignACTIVITY

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HALTED Saturday's Clash Is JaxNavy'sFinal

2d y AS STATION ENJOYS Local Appearance In 1947

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In an unprecedented move, NAS Jacksonville will turnover

Naval Air Station came the entire proceeds of Saturday night's JaxNavy.NATTC

back to life yesterday morning Memphis gridiron clash to the local Community;,

after one of the longest periods of Chest, it was announced this week by Lt Comdr. Anthony;, .

comparative inactivity in its sev- J. Ilubino, Officer-in-Charge of.the Physical Training and
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en-year history. i Welfare Department.
For four lone days practically
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everything was at a'standstili.. only game swell the
coffers of the Chest
With the exception of NARTU and | Community
campaign fund but it will mark
NAATC Is First !
NATS, flying was virtually non-
i the last appearance of the Fliers
existent. Assembly and Repair's
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'in the Gator Bowl this
zy far-flung empire was as quiet as Activity To End season.
Only remains the
I one game on
A'A a tomb. Footsteps echoed eeiiely
I schedule, and that will be played
through Supply's deserted decks. !
And the hangars along the apron Chest Campaign ; away. A huge crowd is expected
I to attend this final home tilt bat
and seaplane ramp were strangely
quiet. I With the annual campaign Tor pay homage to the 1917 eleven
But while all these departmentshung Another drawing point is the
contributions to the Community
I fact that first place in the Naval
the "Closed For The Weekend" -
Chest from naval military and civilian Air Training Athletic Conferencemay
signs on their doors, others I
'; : personnel barely a week old, hinge on the outcome of the
'; were busy as usual unmindful of I
Y< 'A : '' game. If the Fliers top Memphis,
the long holiday. Station movies I the Naval Air Advanced Training'
presented shows as on other days Command has already completed and Pensacola can defeat CorpiwiChristi.
: : (Continued on Pare! 2)) I its drive, it was announced yat- i the locals will be thrown
: ;';. j i terday by Captain R. M Askin, I into a three-way tie for the top
.. ., ; ,: General Chairman. i! rung in conference play. If this
) \ I results, the Fliers will stand
( I A total of $236 has been turned an
; : NAS Is ThankedFor I excellent chance of being selectedto
I over to the captain by Lt. C. C I II
represent the east coast in the
i : West who is in charge of the ,
\ << Its Part In I All-Navy finals.
{ fund-raising effort for N AA TC. ;
: : :.;. The Naval Air Technical Train- The Memphis squad has yet to

S : ,'. e Navy Day ParadeNaval ing Center, the only other activitY'to 'I win a conference game, but it has
.C report so far has already been bolstered by recent tranafira
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... < .. r:. Air Station (personnel I, raised $396.51 for the Chest. This and will be out to upset the
; -" Thompson applecart. The Hellcats
.' who participated in the recent figure does not represent NANC'stotal
--t"' Navy Day celebration in down- contribution since it is a picked up quite a bit of football
4" talent when Ward Island
town Jacksonville were lauded last progress, not a complete, report. moved
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-. week Rear Admiral Dav- I To eliminate confusion, into Memphis.
( .. by Ralph man
ison, Chief of Naval Air Advanced station departments and other Memphis will probably hang:
: >f : Training. major naval activities are waiting their hopes on halfback Bob Chalk,
:;. ;: In a letter to Captain HerbertS. until they complete their respective ;,!' who has been a whirlwind in every
Duckworth. NAS Commanding I campaigns before turn-' Hellcat clash this season. Against
Officer, the Admiral expressed his ing in their reports. Because of Pensacola Chalk was the only consistent .
., \ appreciation of the air station's this, it is impossible to publish the ground gainer on offense
.," ".,....' 1M I participation in making the Navy present status of their drives and and was in on almost every tackle.
Day observance a success. He : no prediction can be made as to'' Memphis boasts a good passing
.: quoted portions of a letter received the outcome of the over-all Navy combination which may give the
."" I from S, Gordon Blalock, I effort local eleven some trouble. The bul.

,$ 3 chairman of the RONS Navy Day I All departmental chairmen are let-like passes from Girvin to
M }' Committee, which expressed that being urged to conduct vigorous Quigley have spelled a lot of yard
group's thanks for the Navy's; as- campaigns in their respective activities age for the Hellcats finis season,
4'k ; sistance and cooperation. Mr. Bla- to help put the drive over and the two hop' to connect
tW lock's letter said in part: i the top. This year, the goal will against the Fliers.
(. "Aj chairman of the RONS I be met only if every single person Coach Jimmy Downs of the
Navy Day Committee I want to backs the campaign to the utmostof Hellcats will probably start Quigley
express my sincere appreciationfor his ability it was pointed out. and Rogers at end, Briggs and
: Sp4,5 the wonderful cooperation and Officials are hoping to raise a Kitzelman at tackles. Paradise and
help given by all naval units in minimum of $3,000 at local nasal Kraynack at guards and Floyd at
making our Navy Day parade a'' activities during the current campaign center. His backfield may consistof
,,* success. Luckner, Chalk, Aerhart, anIGirvin.
"The Committee would like par- I |II I .
ticularly to praise the work of On the Flier side of the ledger,
4 r Comdr. Chester Briggs whose ability the Jacksonville team should ba
II and planning sparked the en- 3k. in the best of condition for Saturday
tire program. night's battle. Mancos, Mo
I "It. would be almost impossibleto Ct'rSa'lJ Quary and Harden have been
thank each responsible person I crossed off the casualty list and
W I individually but I hop by this letter ".\re YOU wearing a Red are ready to start against the Hellcats. .
1 THE :\l Ty'W which attended the FloridaGeorgiagame I can adequately convey the Jim Freeman, outstanding-
I last Saturday afternoon at the Gator Bowl in Jacksonvillewas thanks of RONS to them all." Feather-- __ (Continued on Page 2)
treated to a brilliant exhibition of formation flying by membersof --- -
the NARTU week-end warriors between the halves. (Top) The EBm HDnYT I

pilots form a huge F signifying Florida on their first pass over .. _
the field. Later they flashed over the stadium in the form of an -- -
anchor and finally they made a gigantu- G symbolic of the Georgia ? .
Fulldogs. I :

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Four states, including New non-\eterana
York, Maryland, Missouri, and I In Maine, the certificate is offered -
Maine, have made revisions in I from the State Departmentof
their policies of granting high Education on the sueoesaf-il I ,
school equivalency certificates, it I completion of the GED teats Th
was announced by the Educational" certificate will be granted to military 1: J A

Office here last week. I I personnel on active duty upon ; -
In New York, the graduate must report of successful completion : "
b* a legal resident, over 21 years from the U. S Armed Forces In tl- I : 1
: of age and must make an average tute if the mans class has alrea I-': I :: f

I'., standard score of 45 or above been graduated. I :
on the five tests with a minimumof Over 700,000 men have tak 'n I
33 on each examination. advantage of the opportunity t >
In Maryland, equivalency certificates receive high school diploma > r I
are being granted on tho high school equivalency ct>itirt- 'I
basis of the GED tests on an av- cates through USAF since it-;
.erage standard score of 50 or establishment, the Educational
more on the five parts of the test Services Officer pointed out
with nothing less than: 40 on any Those diplomas and certinvaU,
9 part, or a standard score ofjn have been recognized by (ugh
., each of the five parts schools, technical schools, \Il-< lteges
ne state: of Missouri has revised I and employers of veteran;
its policy so that the applicants -: as a method of measuring a man'd & : : tj: '
mint take the GED tests competence. : :::
in testing centers under the direct In the Navy, satisfactory GED
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supervision of the Missouri scores arc accepted and approvedby 5----- -- --S----- -- -n. r.' w < "" '( "' _
State Department of education. BuPers in lieu of a high school NAS MARINES, CELEBRATING the 172nd birthday of the Corps, gathered outside tho Marine
c The tests are administered twice diploma for admission a naval Barracks to hear( their Commanding Officer, Lt. Col. T. C. Moore, Jr., read the traditional
yearly in May and December to all service school requiring a high proclamation Other high spots of the observance were a gala Birthday Ball at the Duval County Arnv-/
service personnel, veterans, and school diploma ory and a danco and supper party at Timber {nn.SIILITI'E .J



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Two JAX AIR NEWS 13 November 194:

LETS CO OVER THE TOP Gas Fire Hazards (

Hospital ,

Reduced By New i J JBy .

ChatterWilliam FogFoam System

a (SEA)-Aa another step in

ae R. Sinclair, PhM3c, who the Navy's fight against fire high

calls Pittsburgh, Pa., home, will capacity fop-foam systems are
be shoving off on 23 November.He being installed on board a numberof Jean O.Br1ant" W

plans to study Pharmacy at aircraft curriers and f1i%- Our barracks looked "'1

Duquesne University where he will fighting tugs. The new equipment, empty as this during tM

enroll next September It's work developed and tested by BuShipson holiday, so there isn't much cut; .
from now till September, and thento board carriers, is expected to tlebutt. The gals took off foci

school A total of 18 monthsof reduce greatly the hazards of all parts-by plane, train and ,

this young man's life was spent large gasoline fires on board ships! auto. Some even resorted to bite* I

here following corps school at San The new system produces foam Ing-and have sore legs to prove r
Diego He has 22 months thne in -the primary extinguishing agentof it. '

}. ye the USN. Best Cs.of luck, Bill. gasoline firesin larger quantities Lucille Rogers pulled a sneak .

and at a greater rate than she married
on UI waa and
Billy R. Holiman, HAlc, leaves has been possible heretofore.
practically all moved out before 'a
these parts for Sheridan. Arkan Each system consists of a series
we were' even suspicious .
i gas. which is home to him. After of independent stations with out- .
f 1 I 22 months in the Navy, 17 of thtmhert" lets strategically located on han- JThat's" the third marriage we werlooking \
Y T xr tic T w for More wedding bells
he is going back to school. and flight decks. Monitor
gar ringing in the near future, too
'He will enroll at the College of nozzles of 3'4 inches each are
the Ozarks to at Annie K. is about to change beg
i study Pharmacy capable of delivering 3,300 gal-
To Your
last initial come the 20th of thin
I mid-semester comment
"Any lans of fog-foam per minute, I
I Bill" we asked "Nothing, Chaplain month. \
while 2Vi inch nozzles can deliver -
CommunityChest I except it's been a long, long 1.200 gallons a minute. Asa EARSAT Fran Free had a .
I lime" Some good squirrel country result the system can throwa wee' bit of trouble at the Chiefs

around Clarksville-wish we couldgo fog-foam blanket over many club after this, maybe you'll

along. times the area and in a fractionof stay home when you're brought ,
the time that has been possible home, Fran. Pete Peterson toad

I i Robert T. Tidwell, PhMSc. has a with previously used equipment" the wrong page of the ree

9 v ,3fai : ,EaU' great red ring around November24th A similar system Is being installed book on watch the other
I That's the day he packs his in tugs to enable them to Those people had been up for a
ta. gear and heads for the good old I combat large oil fires. week, Pete"!! Butch Glover got an

T in n home town of St. Louis, Mo. Its > anonymous note the other day .
not long for St. Louis, however, wonder who's responsible Have .
I for Bob plans to enter the University New Seaplane Slip you heard about the "WheelClub" j
of Missouri, in February. ? Lalaskl and Mickeyski are :

l' After 22 months in the Navy, IS Simplifies Mooring' indoctrinating new members .
of which were spent in this hospital Don't know what the qualifications

ATTENTION: < OMMVMHNG: SIGNS in the vi.mity of the Tidwell starts his pre-med (SEA )-The Navy doesn't care are, but even Schenley' belongs -

Main Gat{ and u':<'ut > (If red feathers posted at strategic spots course, feeling the hospital experience if its slip is showing-so long as Room 119 is practically
about the station are heralding the waging of the annual Community I has been worth much. H! It's a seaplane slip. A self-pro a Hobby Shop Just peek in there

: Chest campaign here. In the photo above<< Clayton Hueb- recently remarked, "My experience pelled floating seaplane berth that some day or nite, you'll find sew

ashen S2c, of the NAS Library looks over one of the huge signboards here has taught me a lot of moves out from shore to simplify I ing, painting, crocheting or most
things which will be of great valuein the mooring of waterborne air- any thing those little busy bees

medical school" Hate to lose' craft, has been developed and successfully might dream up. That scrumtious

i you, Tidwell. but you should makea tested by BuDocks.The new Chrysler belongs to Kay Both

FIRST RADAR NOW' RACON IT ALL I fine doctor. i new seaplane slip is built rf ell Must be nice to Just walk in
I pontoons, operates along a 600- somewhere and ride out with a

II I William H. McPherson, PhMIr, foot submerged cable and can be new car. Pretty soon well have

ADDS UP TO GREATER SAFETY IN AIR will leave on 25 November for Oklahoma swung in any direction. Thus, the more cars than WAVES that'llbe
: City. Bill has been in the pilot is relieved of the task of the day"

Navy 22 months, 17 of which have I maneuvering a large plane to a THIS WEEK'S WORD TO THE

(SEA accustomed) Every time to you beginto worda I Air Force-Coast Guard project 'been, spent at this hospital. He I dock or mooring buoy, particularly WISE-Get: out your fur-lined

get word like "radar"' a for new instanceanother I The airway will extend down the !1 swears he is leaving on the "first in choppy seas and high winds shoe strings, gals, 'cause winter .

technical word bobs East Coast, across the southern 1 available transportation" on 25 I The mooring of the seaplane In is on its way.Officers'.
up trans-continental ferry route and 'November Plans now call for his the movable berth i* further simplified .
for to learn. Well, that'sprogress
you : enrollment at Oklahoma City Uni- by the slip's bell-mouthed
the West Coast-the most
The word this timeis up
frequently used route by mili- t versity at mid-semester.!: It looks .I entrance and its s'Vstf'nof' six water Wives Club
"racon"and it
a system
s just
like a major in Business Administration Jets, three on each side of the
of radar. tary airports. from where we sit Get entrance, which push the piano
r Names New OfficialsAt
"Racon" is derived from the Main value of the racon airwayis
words radar and beacon and that the exact location of the in the banking business, Mack, I! from one side! of the slip to the

means just what it FHJS' It is n'' plane may be known at all times some of us need a banker friend. I I other. Rows of partially-inflated Monthly Meeting\ ;
Cs. tires mounted hori-
airplane are
of short aerial nav The effective range of racon depends !
system! range I
E. M. Putnam, HAle is counting I zontally on the two inner sides of
igation. Radar impulses, trans- upon the altitude of the Election of officers for the com :
I I the hours until 17 November the berth to prevent damage to
mitted from the aircraft's radar aircraft and the terrain. Under ing year highlighted' the Novenv :
the the Navy will operate when he heads for good old Cow the plane's fuselage.
antenna, "interrogate" the racon.It new setup, ber meeting of the Officers' Wives i
responds with a coded signal. 22 of the stations and the Town. Put has spent 22 monthsin signment. Locks like the Pacific Club at the "0" Club last week

This signal appears on the plane'sradarscope Air Force and Coast Guard, 14 the Navy. His duty has been for these, boys Mrs. Theodore G. Haff was
at San and
Diego, Camp Perry
and bearing and distance stations each. 55 elected president Mrs Alvin C.
.. here. With the exception of some
from the plane to the beacon three weeks on C-5 when he first James H. Hen!el, HAIr, was Berg was selected as first vice

may be read. I reported, he has been working in discharged on 7 November after president, Mrs. Martin H. T. Koll-
A chain of 50) racon stations, ActivityContinued i the garage and running the moviesall 22 months in the Navy. He was morgen was chosen as second vice

its first transcontinental radar from Page 1)) of the time. He came by the San Diego bound when last Seen. president, Mrs. Thomas C. Moore
which will provide the U. S. with Jr., was named secretary, and
halls fed the garage Job because of a former
airway, will)) be in operation in white the chow hats without change hungry and bus-driving Job in Fort Worth. Come one, come all! Big Bingo Mrs. Guiseppi Macri was pickedas
the future a joint Navy- ,
near as Party in Red Cross Recreation treasurer.The .
police and fire-fighting forces were He plans to go back to work with
'Hall tonight at 1930. The Southern new president immediately -
manned full Main- the Fort Worth Transit Company
at strength.
Bell Telephone girls will bo announced that the next meeting
ProceedsContinued tenance workers, too, were on duty when he returns, but on a new
usual. type of work. North Fort Worth out from Jax. Remember to put of the organization would beheld
as this on calendar. Girls, prizes, at the Officers' Club on Wednesday -
( from Page 1) Just as on other holidays, the will look mighty good, won't it* your
refreshments. 3 December.
guard, ia still troubled with a knee Jax Air News editorial offices !
A buffet luncheon was served to
be with the entire staff The Commissary Dept. has just'
Injury but may ready by game were open
this week's edition received two New York Ice Flak- The patients on Ward B-7 will the 100 members present prior to
working on so
time.With be entertained by Milo Jones and the elections
the exception of Freeman, that it could be published on ing machines The new machine,
his All-Accordion Band Wednesday -I Mrs. Ralph M. Humes, chair-
Thompson>> will probably open the schedule despite the holiday which have a capacity of one ton
night, 19 November at 1930. man, presided over the meeting.
24 hours have been installed
game with the same starting lineup Station Marines also worked every Patients from other wards are Invited .
that has won five games this through the holiday and on Mon- and are operating. One is setup
I to come to B-7 for this Larry (Yogi) llerra, catcher foe
in the diet kitchen
the other
Harden and Anania will their 172nd birthday, they
season. I day, "Jam Session" the New York Yank, recently
be the end choices, Adams and manned the gates in their colorful in the Dependents Unit. The 55. made unassisted double
an play
Kerstein will be in the tackle dress uniforms. flaked ice will be used for cool-
Football winners for last week against the St. Louis Drowns In
Jensen and Parker will be While all hands were gratefulfor ing purposes and in' the widely-
fcpots I were Smith, Ward C-5, and Loge.Ward I the ninth Innlnr. This was the
in the guard slots, and Billy Ren- the long holiday, many sailors used oxygen tents. These machine* D-l Both fellows picked: 20 fourteenth unassisted! double play
frow will be at the pivotman posi- wished that Public Works were replace the old fashioned type
winners out of 24 possibles; bj a catcher in modern baseball.
tion. The backfield will be Hardy, out in full force over the weekend which produced cake ice which -

Mancos, Beckett, and McQuary.In 'I. A sudden cold snap which was then chipped before using..
spite of the arrangementWith sent the mercury plunging downward I NEW PLANE MRS TWIN JETS
We hear tell that Chief R. W. ,
uniform I I barracks like
the Chest, men in left the feeling ,
will etill be admitted free of'I cold storage rooms, and screams Levins of the Commissary Dept. 12 RECIPROCATING ENGIN1t'8'

charge. For all others, the regular for heat were heard everywhere. i has Just shipped over for another

prices will be charged Reserved I On Tuesday, Armistice Day, un- four years. Levins, a Commissaiv .
seats will cost $2.00, general its from NAS marched in the parade Technician graduated from the a ,

admission $110. and children I in Jacksonville, but otherwiseit Commissary Technician's School
at Bethesda last March 1
tickets 60 cents. Tickets are on was a nice, long period of rest only
This enlistment will
round out 14
Bale at all Ship's Services and at and relaxation for the majority of
Donaldsons, 117 West Adams. : personnel here. years, we understand.* '* rr

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"No fried chicken on Thursdav.
.' because it's a poultryless day. S S
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: Lt. Brown. Come on, commissary _
how about a decent meal
next Thursday? We would call

4 fried chicken with all the trimmings -
"decent" .
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sA 5 ( d } James A AVestJohn. HAle, reported -
aboard 2 November West- I

John came from the U.S,S. CO-
LUMBUS (CA74)), He has been

*, Y assigned: to A-8 A M. Vandevtr, (SEA) A potent C'OIH'ol'tion-, pounds of thrust each.

r PhM3c, reported aboard 4 November you'11 egrre -two jet and two reciprocating Maximum range of the patrol

from Bethesda and has engines; on the same
been assigned to Physical Therapy plane But that's just what the plane is over 3,000 miles; normal

Welcome aboard, Jim, this is I newest Navy plane, the P4M-1 cruising speed exceeds 200 m.
a wonderful place to spend your 'Mercator, sports in the line of per hour, and top speed is

winters power, 350 miles per: hour.
The Mercator whose out long
Af Photo experimental Capable of carrying
Wesley B Allen, PhM3c, SamG. model was flown more than a over-water flights on search and
JXflHT JETS going full blast the taunted Northrop "Flying Wing" Bonovich. HAlc, Robert C year ago,and has been undergoing Tt'connaiMnCe.JT1i9sions, the Mercator -

Lumber takes to the air for the first time. The "Wing" !i. officially Brown, HAlc, and Gerald C. Com- comprehensive tests, is poweredby is equipped with the latest

designated as the YIi-t9. In this picture, it in on its way to the fort, HAlc, have been detached) re- two reciprocating engines of radio and altar equipment. It I Is

Army air bas at Mums, Calif. fur testing. cently. They will report to Com 3,000 horsepower each and two being built for the Navy by the
Western flea Frontier for reas- Allison J-33-Jcts, developing 4,000 Glenn L. Martin Company.r .


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13 November 1947 JAX AIR NEWS page Three

r A & R Gains Lead In YOU CAHT WIN By Hough I : '.'

Intra-Mural Touch I II II I II

Football LeagueTwo

upsets and A&R'a win overIE
Marines combined to break up '
five-way tie in the NAS intra- r, hl1w
al touch football league this '

week. Up until this week, five
teams were tied for first place lals
with two wins and no losses each.
The Ordnance and Gunnery sex- 1 1
tet trounced undefeated Supply
13-0, its first win of the season. I
'NATS*was also upset this week (;vkJI

by the Commissary Store in a i I
thriller with a final score of 86. t 000 .
This was also the first loss for I I
NATS and Commissary's first win MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
of the
season I
The game between A&R and ,I J MOVIES: Wt.t'ldaY"io--17:10: THURSDAY and 2000; wet'k-euJ..i.-lUO ,and 2000. .

the Marines ended with A&R on
"LAST ROUND UP," with Gene
top. The 13-7 win landed the A&R i FUIDAY Autry.
team in the number'one
undisputed DANCE, Station E.nd, Starts at 2030SATURDAY ,
spot in the league with three I .
wins and no losses to its credit I
"LOST MOMENT, starring Susan Hayward
Games scheduled for next week I 1tJ MONDAY"IT ; .
are: Post Demobe vs. Ord & I HAPPENED ON :5TH> AVENUE," featuring Gale StOrm.1UESDAY .
Gunnery; Supply VS. Post Demobe: AND WEDN'KMIAY:
Commissary Store vs. Operations: "IT HAD TO BE YOU," with Ginger Rogers.
fi a Hawks vs. NATS: and Ord THURSDAY

'_)Gunnery vs. Parachute Loft. 'Io'PI\\ "GREEN FOR DANGER starring Sally Gray.

Aaft .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 0'' don't rr! what your dlvNlon officer stUd, I FOKII1D you
VMII .. 2 to get a crew cut!"
'' '''''' t I. Show start at 2000.THURSDAY .
M.rl... : :: ::: : : + 1
Supply .................... :3- 1NATS AND FRIDAY
. .... .. ...... t I I Of "SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY," starring Danny Kaye
O .r.tI... ... .. ...... I I Suggestions Payroll Savings Bond SATURDAY
Pkrrhat tart .... .. ..... I J I "
Poet D.inolw ,..... ..... I t Save Program Is Continued "GREEN FOR DANGER, featuring Sally Gray.
('...ml..*ry "StoreIKrd ........ I t : Employees SUNDAY
& (tunn.rir ... ....,.. I IS. The Bond Allotmentand "FABULOUS TEXAN" with William Elliott.
... lI.wk. . ... .. ..... t I Savings
VM . . . . 0 J Navy Six MillionSEA Payroll Savings Program ia :MONDAY AND I TUKSDAY)
I, being continued here on a permanent "LOST MOMENT," starring Susan Hayward.WEDNESDAY .
Want Ad: A man to take rare ( ) "Beneficial sugges' basis upon the direction of the
of a horne that can speak Gerntan. tions" in an appropriate name for SecNav, it was announced in Sta- "IT HAPPEND ON 5TH VENUE" featuring Gale storm.
I 1 them. A total of 23.201 of these tion Memorandum No. 47-47 re- THURSDAY
suggestions were made by Navy cently.A "IT HAD TO BE YOU," with Ginger Rogers.

employees during the fiscal year Savings Bond Officer in each
CALLING ALL i 1917 and they paid off handsomely I department will advise personnel in OTHER EVENTS
--both to the originators and
SlIAKI'SHOOTEltS r financial matters and encourage
the receiver of these ideas. |I them to regularly save a portionof BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
A cull for all sharpshooters An estimated $6,095695 was their pay, the memo stated MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 12002400.:
was iiMiird' this v ek with the saved by the Navy during the .'The memorandum also advised Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays. .
announcement of the formationof year as a direct result of these I I that a constant effort be> directedto MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg 913. Meets at 1900
a new station pistol. team. fcuggtstions And $213,000 wad the furthering of this worth- Fridays.

The new' team ,will be headed paid to the civilian employees while program since it is for the PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
by I.I. (J Js) I'" t:. Field. Ordnance making the suggestions. I continued benefit of the individual Thursdays.
officer.and Gunnery admliiNtrntite Ranging from simple timesaving participants.per BOWLING-Six alleys located In Mamslde Recreation Building

proposals to complex mechanical -. No 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 'to 130.BOXL'iO .
All personnel Interested in cent of the total number of
methods, 6072 of thi-se wereadopted
trying; out for a spot on theMiiad naval employees-more than 278,- For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
!' should contact I.t. (Jr) and put into etfeit An 000 civilians. Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Malnside Mat after
an'I'agof 110 naval activitieshad
Field at the Skeet Range ext. 1500.
the program in operation during -
479. MA1NMDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located In
the ns al year. These activities I
t- nnplovfd approximately; 75:> I[ ('IIH1 TE\'ISG: CEREMONIES: the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
,=- - -- i Captain Francis I.ee Albert, I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions

t I Senior Chaplain, announced I by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho

+. christening of children as a feature nograph} available for use of all hands.

of the 1045 Gent'ral01'- LIBRARY-Located on second deck of MainslJe Recreation Build

ship Service at All Saints' ng No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
a ('hapel on Sunday, 16 Novem- from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
+ her I S11'lMMINC--Indoor Pool. Daily Monday! through Friday1800to
IA Those who have children 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300 to :2100.:

whom they would like to have GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
'k 't dedicated to God and to the day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
( hnstian! way of life are in- 'I i trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
i.', d to confer with Uu Chap-
.1IOItAOFOpen daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
ao __ ___I cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason

1.tr as TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train.
"k r jug Building No. 726.

AlUHlUY-Club: located in BIdg. 899, open daily from 1800to
2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
Everyone welcome.

NrnStIY-SponsoreQ by the Navy Wives Club In BIdg. 1101.
,1I.. af Hours: Monday through 'riday-0700 to 2100; Saturday-0700 to
f I. r1. I 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents

HERE AND THERE for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$1
t om 0700 to 1800.
BMl : "What are these holes:
rl' h' In wood" Then there was the woman who "Daddy, Mr. Jones our next
St : "Th..y're knot holes"BMlc
asked for some talcum powder: I door neighbor wants to borrow
: "Then what are they? "
Clerk; "Mennens?" our corkscrew.
Customer "No Vlmmens.' "Okay, son," said the old man
: ,

4(: ,,, ( thousands HAle fish: "Gee can of ,eggs lay it says"thousands( here a single and- CUstomer Clerk' : "Scented; "No I'll?" take It vlt I here take reaching and it over for take"his care coat.of things."You stay I'll

PhM: : "So what ?" j I

HAle: "Wonder .how many a ICo, blueViolet
i'I ; : : named one can lay." Some men smile in the evening. et are
are pink
w Some men smile at dawn.
'I Immediately
Tli.' Texas-born captain of an But the man worth while The 13th drink.
.iI.T..xas Company in North Af- Is the' man who can smile
ia told! his men: When all of his teeth are gone.:
Wave blush
so easily. -
our job here is to promote I
I sit down and
think I blush
K'5"i, < neighborliness among other Polygamy would never work in ,
What I do about it?
Limits: / if they say Africa is big- this country. Think of six wivesin can
I SIT than: Texas, agree with them:" a kitchenette Psychiatrist: ""Try thinking of
WIIKN: YOU SKK: Shiilev T 'lnpl.' en the si'icon It'S hard to something

believe that just a short time ago she was a little cuily-hcaded He: "But you promised at the "What are you wearing that
I youngster. But If yfcu need any proof that those days are far be- altar to obey me." toothbrush for" FIrst Gob:to"Why bed?are" you wear-
hind, just cast your orbs at this picture of the star. That sure Isn't She: "Of course. I didn't want "Oh, that's my class pinwentto ing glasses
Second Gob "I want to
kid stuff, is It. boys? :::0 make a scene." Colgate" : get a
better look at that girl I dreamed -
-- --- --
about last night."

I STM-EMATE uy Harold Jones, si Stickler for Realism I He: "I'm keeping a record of All

the good times we've had to-

gether.She: ""Ah! Keeping a diary"

gT- He: "No, stubs in a check book) "
z -

"That strip tease artist had ailot
; time last night.
"Was she toasted by the customers -
i' ?"

"No, grilled by the police."

Mistress: "Mabel, I'd rather you
(lum't wear any jewelry when you
Walt on the guests at dinner to-

S 1'. TY55. : I' iljrht.Maid" : "Well, I've nothing *.ryalmble

4GOY' \/ Madam, but thanks fw
; "t ho tip, just the same"7 ,.



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r IT'S A TOUCH LIFE By Slecves
. S
(SEA)-Misunderstanding in some Naval Dis- .
tricts as to the peacetime mission of the Naval ,
Editorial Office Reserve has caused BuPers to issue 'Clarification .
of the aims of the Reserve.
South Wing Lower Deck Bldg.. 930
"The Organized Naval Reserve is primarily a
Telephone Extension 8181 training organization BuPers Multiple Ad .
Arthur M. Greene Editor I dress Letter began. "Its mission is to train specified

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the numbers of personnel to fill the billets which J
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and I mobilization will entail ,.
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at "It is not desired that military functions such
no expense to the government and in compliance' as mustering, inspection, announcements, roll call,
with SecNav Circular Letter 4. -l9l8 dated 12 De- (.te.. be allowed to prevent devoting a maximumof
cember 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge' the drill period to training Reservists in their

at the Naval Air Station, the Naval, Air Technical ra(es or classifications II II
iI '
Training Center the Headquarters of the Naval "Classification of the division's commandIng I Ill
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ot officer (should) correspond to the major typeof i..,
the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxiliary! Air enlisted training to be performed by the four i? l I I
Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunnery Range 10 eight rating groups allocated to the division r-1 II
And the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear 1'or example this officer's classification should
contain a "T" or "C" if Electronic Warfare train-
Admiral Ralph DaYlson ing predominates in the division."
Commandant. Seventh Naval District
ChWf ol Naral Air Advanced Training .. ,
** .2Sssaa S '
Cbi>tln Herbert Duckworth, USN, Commanding l
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
I rchapTams
Ci/taJ Jules F. Schumacher. USN, Commanding!
a Naval Air Technical Training Center g v
Neuxs ar dVieuus 1m inStotxr
Captain C. )I. Scharr (MC), USN Commanding
U. S. Naval Hospital

Cajrtala F. W. PrietUnan USNR. Commanding
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit

IA. CM. T. C. Moor. Jr.. USMC, Commanding
Marine Barracks A HAPPY FINALE .

IX Comdr. Neil Avery, USN O-ln-C Most of us hope to survive our youth ,
Naval Air Cannery Range and go on into middle life and old age- _r."'nv

Captain C. S. Cooper USN Commanding "that last of life for which the first was
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field made." this supersonic| all business, that's n lot of booeya
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn. USMC What we are then, and whether we will
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TU JAX AIR NEWS Marine receives Aviation Ship's Detachment Editorial AuoaJation ma- enjoy the bessing of happy memories anda

permission terlal. Republication of SEA.: Washington of credited 25,matter D. C. Republication prohibited without of any fruitful life, depends on what we are now l Commercial _t LiCr

other matter except by service publication), la prohibited striving to become. Those things which
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.:
claim our attention now and in which we I. Bulletin

take our chief pleasure will either increase
will be until
Bulletins accepted
Engines And FlightBy with the years or turn to ashes. i>pace has been filled, but not later
As a person advances in age the physicaland than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230. 1

Ships' Editorial Association many mental activities begin to pall FOR SALE

Testing of airplane engines and studying No longer can happiness be found in things 1936 Chevrolet coupe good condition 4r

the problems of supersonic flight are I which once delighted. A man who has given I New tires. paint Phone Job.8-1608.Beat. covers E. Raines and, good 1413 In NO PEACE FOR ASIA, Har-

closely connected subjects, and the Navyis himself to sin and selfish enjoyment becomes Cumberland Hoad. old H. Isaacs, a correspondent for

logically conducting research in the two disillusioned, cynical, disappointed, 1947.!3.500 Harley-Davldson.miles. Excellent 61 condition.OHV. Only See "Newsweek", paints a very dark
inter-related fields at one facility. and often bitter. The devil doesn't have any Gordon Smith. 40 East 8th Street, and gloomy picture of postwar
from 5 till 12 P. M. any day. Asia. The book Is an account of
Daingerfield, Tex., is location of the lab- happy old men or women however much Half ton lifetime Utility automobile the starvation, civil war, mutiny,
oratory where the Navy is combining the they have been absorbed in youth in what trailer. Excellent spilngs all tteel. and chaos, among the billions
Coolalr electric Can.J hp. motor.
nse of a wind tunnel and burner laboratory seemed to be pleasurable. Excellent condition. Phone a 2-6269, V. people of Asia. Mr. Isaacs visited

The wind tunnel is one of the largest super- Alexander, at only thirty-three, sighedfor Hart. most of the troubled areas of the
I Far East
Five-room house, neat NAS. Real buy. after the collapse of
sonic wind tunnels in the world, measuring more worlds to conquer and died in a See J. O. Jenkins, Shop 305 (Wings). Japan and is well-informed on the

19x27.5 inches in its test section and drunken debauch. Clarence Darrow, the agnostic Sewing machine.' Kenmore: console subject. "He reports that old rivalries

providing 3.6 square feet of experimental lawyer, in the last year of his life 3'/i?model.hp. Hallow outboard ext.motor 664., air cooled. for power have merely been
cross section. said, "There is written over the courts of our $50. 6-vvay floor "lg7.and miscellaneous supplanted by new ones, that it is
I I Items. Ext. Parker, almost impossible to find a epot
Air speed in the tunnel ranges up to 1,800 land, as over every" other human activity, 1939 Plj mouth. Good, condition. >793; on the continent of Asia free from
cash. Phone 8-1114 Hoy.
miles per hour two and a half times the I! the word. 'futility'. Washing machine In fair condition. the sound of gunfire, and that
velocity of sound. The tunnel is especially Contrast this with the final years of some- Cheap. Ext. 488, Evans, I conditions there seem likely to
Hotpoint electric stove. Apartment lead to the start of that
close a war
one who has lived to God. There is a
valuable because of the uniformity of the size used six weeks. 9135. Phone
could spread over the rest of the
3-0674-W.) Hargnett.
deep within and often a surprising
peace ,
air flow maintained greatly increases the Serve) refrigerator five cubic feet world."
amount of activity without. $100. Paul King, Bldg. 726 ext. 503.
and the tests. The
reliability Coniston also
accuracy .of Thiee-plece living room set bed with Ralph a Journalist
tunnel is used to test scale models of missiles, Not long ago the chaplain received a letter springs and mattress chest of draw- makes a moving plea for the
which brought this forcibly to his attention ers, four piece kitchen set. Will sell independence of the half a billion
full scale of missiles and
component parts
reasonable make offer Dlttnin, ext.:
models intended to yield basic aerodynamicand He had spoken over the radio and 269. 1416A Child St., NAS. people in the Orient who are under -
had received a request for additional Allstate 600x16 tire. Will sell cheap or the control of the British,
ballistic information.The trade for 650x16. Chief Igno. ext. Dutch and French. THE FUTURE
thoughts on his short message. The writerwas 511. 34148 Allyson I St. Dewey Park. OF FREEDOM IN THE
burner laboratory, made up of one 1942 45" Harley-Davidson motorcycle
an elderly lady who desired to speak: Good) condition. $250 Contact ORIENT analyzes the industrial
outdoor and indoor burners is usedto
two along the same lines to a group of young Dave Stocks Jax Alt :News' Ext. potential of the Orient, both in
conduct fuel and combustion system married people. 8230. I manpower and natural resources,

experiments on ram jet engines. Models Recently she wrote again to give thanks roil KENT I I discusses the possibilities of the
Corner room with kitchen piIvlieges In region as a market for American
to 21 inches in diameter be
ranging up can for the material supplied. Her whole letter private home. 1620 Cherry St. Phone goods, and cites the rival influences -
tested in the indoor burners, and 18-inch 2-8262. Mrs. W. L. Horves.Room .
suffused with the thrill of and exerted the
was living and board In Ortega. $100 a by great pow-
models in the outside burner. doing. The concluding portion follows: month for couple. Phone 2-135-1 or ers. The author voices an interest-

The same air compression, cooling and.I "I am an old lady. If,by God's grace, I I Large 2-aOOO sleeping, Mrs. P.room M. Savage.and sun porch ing protest against .white imper-
ialism in the Orient.A
heating equipment is used for both the wind reach June 27th. I shal have gone two Phone For two 7-6958 men. Mrs.2124 Simms.1VANTEfl College Street and entertaining
most Interesting -
. tunnel and the burner laboratory. The air, years beyond the three score and ten allotted book about the Union of

compressed by three 12,000 horsepower age The dear Lord has privileged nte Ride to NAS.from 3rd Start and work Main at or 0730.vicinity: Muf-I, South Africa Is STRUGGLE ON

blowers, is produced at a pressure of 30 to be associated with children and young holland ext. 794. IJob I[: THE VELD by Dr. Roderick Peat-
inch above as baby sitter One child a week tie. Dr. Peattie was our former
pounds per square atmospheric people through the and I love them
years, In private home. Mrs. Conaway; ,
chief of OWI activities in South
pressure by two of the blowers. The air 'They that wait upon the Lord shall renew Two 1231B musicians Hancock to St.play. NAS In local or I, Africa, serving as our'ambassador

heating unit, most powerful single unit of its their strength.' He is so wonderful to me as chestra, one trombone and one alto I of good will there during the war.

. type on the world, can raise the air tem- we walk together that it is a joy to live. I sax.Henllne Anyone, Ext.Interested 666. contact Del His book is not about the Africaof

perature to a maximum of 600 degrees Fahr- have no time to sit in the corner and knit FOUND I the big game hunters; it is
enheit. Cigarette lighter In front of Ship' instead, an objective appraisal of
when precious young people are being snared, vice. Owner contact Marge Lewis the peoples and cultures of the
Without these facilities, it has been by the devil.; 'Lift up your eyes and look on Identify. Ext. 203. Ser'j high veld country. ,"

necessary to collect all development data in the fields for they are already white to har- Wallet Including LOST I.D. (card COLORADO is Louis BHfield's .

free flight trials. A complete expensive en- vest', so said our Saviour. and Vermont dilveis licenses. first full-length novJ _
in each test. In the ton, Biks. E I three years It is a story of the
gine was destroyed "I shall be remembering you in prayer. old West in the days of the wide-
burner laboratory, tests can be made with Chaplain; and may our. Father's richest I open frontier towns. If you area

rugged inexpensive mockups which can be blessing be showered upon you as you tell 100TH BIRTHDAY OF "western" fan, try ths one fora
used number of times. change from Zane Grey and
a others the sweetest. .. story* *. ever told. MARINE HYMN TO BE Max Brand.

OBSERVED 7-13 DEC. John Gassner has edited a second
There are multitudes who could ear'out series of BEST PLAYS OF
Navy Saves Food this joyful testimony of age from their own (SEA) -- During Centennial THE MODERN AMERICAN
Week, 7-13 December, the U.:3. THEATRE. thin.
Among ,
experience. Caleb Joshua Simeon Anna ,
(SEA-An) estimated savings of 97,800 Marine Corps will celebrate the volume includes the complete
bushels of wheat, 6,100,000 pounds of meat Luther Wesley, Bunyan, Gladstone, and a 00th anniversary of its famed plays; "Dream Girl" by Elmer
myriad of other humbler and lesser-known marching song, "The Marines' Rice
; "Arsenic and Old Lace" by
and poultry and 1,122,000 dozens of "
Joseph Kesserling "I Remember
will be the Navy's contribution to the national behooves us to think well on the foun- I The Hymn has had an interesting Mama" by John; 'Van Druten;

food-saving program to help feed the dations of an abundant life and consider how history. Until 1919, when It I Iwa.s "The Hasty Heart" by John Patrick -
starving peoples of Europe copyrighted in its present and ""The :Time of YourLite"
we are building. "If ye know these things form of three verses, each new I by William Saroyan
Wartime food conservation measures are happy are ye if ye do them." campaign inspired some poet to I
being reemphasized throughout the naval CHAPLAIN ROBERT L. MURPHY. add a new verse And during II
establishment, but naval personnel are still World War II new verses poured i I

permitted an adequate and palatable ration. ings of 20 ounces of meat and poultry per every into MarCorps time the Headquarters Leathernecks '!

During the next six months, the ration allowance man per week. landed on another island. i A' ta. Station Lhapcia.: BlrmisgbsRoad .

of flour for each man per day will During and since the war, the caloric The Hymn itself was written by I and.Martin U
be reduced by one-half ounce through the value of the Navy ration has been kept an anonymous Marine in 1847. 80-NATTC S.rvk:_cnaplaln A.

serving of half-slices of bread and less above the recommended standard of the in Only the one official change has been made .04t/-Ucnr kJo''I'iil) Worship Senlt'-Chaplain
words. In
1042, the .'. .
L. Albeit.
pastries. National Research Council No effort has first verse was changed to include Calbu
Present Navy Ration Law calls for 12 been made to reduce food consumption of the words, "We fight our country's 0700-Mai,.
ounces of flour per man per day:' With the individual. The slogan of the Navy battles" in the air, on land, and 0900 1100--Mai*.

meatless Tuesdays and poultryless Thurs- has always been: "Take all you 'want, but eca.aviation This branch was a of tribute the' to the An Outdoor la maintained Nursery tor between small) OiOO children -

days, it is estimated<< that there will be a sav- eat all you take." unforeeen by the original Corps-poet. and 12UO. 'IL'


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.A_ ffIlEff2IN6f
I :- AROUND-- ---frPlant
f j -=-- A&R
I 4 fl
e Dlvl.lonby Walt Fletch- -
r lE : 11
y cr-Harry Sauer, division fore-
1.it 1. man has assumed an Interesting grade of shoe leather on the mareket.
S a sideline. He says (it ain't so) (Just kidding, folks),
without a doubt it is Impossibleto Assembly Dh-Ison-by Joanna
1.J give a "Tonl" permanent wave Jordan-The Assembly Division !.
to in one hour. Mrs. Sauer should really losing people. However, this
J know because of the torture she week there is someone in par
+. r went through. Of course Mr. ticular who we will be withoutsoon.
Sauer was trying to exceed the Our foreman, Mr. Arnold
time prescribed by the manufacturer is going to make his new home In
t 9 QC She knows Monsieur Harryis Structures Division We all hateto
A' not an "artiste" in that pro- see him leave because he Is a
\ y fession. super person in every respect. It
Today "Buzz" Sawyer talked will not seem quite the same with-
himself into a dinner treat at the out his familiar face around
,-1 aI local eatery, and I am sure it will but we wish him the best of luck
be of the a la carte variety. I in his new surroundings. Come
I Paul (air pressure) Carmen has back and see us often, Mr. Arnold
I been so busy with things and stuff or we will come looking for
"JT lately he hardly has time for hiS(
T : I daily cup of coffee. Paul believes I you.Three members of Shop 1030

.ci I in the adage, "keep 'em rolling" went on a fishing trip. One of the

I r For the past few days, we of men came back and said that he

.. .. SS the Plant & Engineering Office fell and tore his pants, but that
noticed, and who could help notic- was all we could get out of him. I
XIIE POCKETS OF 67 A&R employees were swelled with some extra cash last week when ing an addition in the personnel, wonder what really happened ?
Captain J. E. Dodson, Assembly and Repair Officer, distributed checks for Beneficial Suggestions Hija "Jo." Also Fred Picketts Wonder why Bradshaw always
I. amounting to $3,175.00. Five of the lucky employees are shown above with the Captain after re- i has joined Mr. Garst's outfit. Fred comes to the Assembly Office so
; calving: their checks. They are left to right, M. N, Sammons, R. Godwin, J B, Neil, J. W. Mills, says he is the last man in his bright and early every Monday
j I 1 Ethyl M. Meyers, and Captain Dodson ._ family to hail from Ohio. morning. I kind of think it is because
--- --'--- ----'-'-----'-- is the of
Mace proud papa a he and our leading chief
t Personnel NeededTo baby girl Congratulations! disagree on football scores but
Pi Inspecting \ :Engineering Division-by Fred they always get things straight.
Fill VacanciesIn t;. Clyne--A. L. Tuggle, one of our ened out on Monday morning.
The celebrities of the office (you
Chief Brennan had such a swell
r 5ALUES r Marianas IslandsA know, a draftsman) was out for time at the Chiefs Club last wcv'k
one week. The beauty of the sit-
Inspectors that he forgot to go home to his
u of uation that no one knew
ri severe shortage personnelto was bed. Everyone seems to think he
fill certain vacanciesat where he lived to find out what
existing Helen" Hurnette
lly is inclined to be allergic to sleep-
i naval activities in the Mari- was wrong. c
It is with deep regret that we ing on a comfortable bed, but
anas Islands is threatening to Darts Curtis is introducing anew
from all accounts and the appearance -
t WIIOZIT? ? ? (1) He has the hamper construction and other learn our Inspection Officer, kind of hair cut. He claims
of the chief after a night
'f loudest whistle in Supply, and work in this area, according to Comdr H. B. Beckwith, is serI- that a pencil sharpener does wonders spent in a chair, I believe rt'xt
t also the for horse information received here. Of that's matter
reputation ously ill in the hospital. The entire course, just a time he will be very thankfulfor
tense, first class; he has more An emergency condition, it was of the of opinion.I'd the invention of the bed.Accessories ).
service, as a civilian, in the Navy stated, exists because of the lack personnel departmentwish like to have a job like
'f .S than anybody you know; during of qualified personnel in the following you a speedy recovery, Jack (sick leave) Silver has. He Dl\l,lon-by Doro-
i a big blow he's the answer man; ratings: Architectural, Comdr. Beckwith and a sincere never misses coming out to visit othy M. Williamson want to
iT he's Supply's waterfront representative Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, and hope that you well soon be back the old gang once every two thank each one of you who gaveto
r when nobody else can Structural Engineer; Engineering with us.Four weeks. He can't help itMf those the Community Chest in the
be found; he's responsible for "pa- Survey Aide and Engineering other members of our department days come on pay day. Just Ihe Accessories Division, that is.
t f rading" Supply's virtues on spe- Draftsman; Stenographers; Ste- are confined to the hospital same, we're looking forward to *Won't be long now before our
r oial days, he's won more awards nographer (Reporter) ; Propertyand : L. H. Parks, ACMM; C. seeing you at work again soon, handsome Dan will be a happy
t for accident prevention than Anybody Supply Clerk; Storekeeper; Micell, ACMM; J. J. Vrbonclc, Jack.It married man, so we want to congratulate -
1 else; and-here's the pitch- Automotive Mechanics; Carpenters ,:ACMM; and G. H. Lavay, ACMM. seems as though Chas. (swivel him and wish him many
almost nobody can spell his name! ; Cranemen; Leadingman We sincerely wish for all of youa hips) Littlejohn is heading happy years of sailing on the *,'a
Whozit (2) She is reputedly an Electrician; Electrician (Cable speedy recovery.Congratulations back to the old stomping groundsto of matrimony.Come .
J excellent cook, as other people\ Splicer lineman, telehone installation to the J. H. see his alma mater play foot on out to the Sonthsula
and her husband can testify: her and repair, power plant) ; Days on the arrival of a' lovely ball. Be sure you pick up some Bowling Alley on Wednesday
favorite band is the Swing & Sway Engine; Joiner; Chief Laun- baby girl, Donna Dell Day. Donna of those pointers for the touch t light and root for use; need
king her father was with the drymen; Letterer and Grainer; Dell was born November 1st, adding football team Little. our support.A .
police force in another town; one Packer; Painter; Plumber; Refrig- I quite a few more rays of sun- You can see! that "Buzz" (mon surprise party was given r i flt",
of her favorite tunes is "Sleepy eration Mechanic: ; Welder; Whaif- shine In their lovely new home. ey man) Gamache and Foy (but Mr. and Mrs Lundon last weekend
Time Gal "; and she has a ready builder; Leadingman Pipefitter; Chief Carpenter don't you boy) Howard are still looking for donated two blocksor :
wit and an "E" efficiency rating; Foreman Public Works; Chief wish you had been present at that sure thing in the way of their bath house. Rrfresrt-
she has worked previously at St. Quarterman Public Works; and the Chief's Club on the night of football results. You better tak nents were served on the banksf
t Johns Shipyard (fin the personnel Quarterman Transportation. Saturday, November 1st ? I'll just Johnston's advice and let the do the river and a wonderful time
office), and was at one time, a Transfers, if effected, will be bet you do. bite your selections on the card .,'as had by all.
big shot in a department store In under a twelve months contract. There have been several trans- You might have more luck. YOU'VIall
Bartow. Whozit? (3) He's a long, Persons desiring transfer to any fers in our department recently.C. heard of the Gibson GUI Langston is going to the hosittal '-
j tall, drink-o-water from Liberty of these positions should submit D. Poling, ACM, was transferred haven't you? Well, we have on for an operation. We m-e
Street who has worked in the their written request together from Interim Overhaul Inspec- in the office now, namely Tin: ope he gets well soon and comes
past in Washington and Camp with Standard Form 57, in dupli- tion to the Supply Group Inspec- Symasek. Take a look, every Jack to work. ..
1 b Blanding; he was one time auditor cate, to the Employment Supeiln- tion as of 7 November. F. D. Haw- body. Anyone wanting correct fo it-
i for FECRR, and is seldom seen tendent, Mare Island Naval Ship- thorne, ACM, transferred from : For best results on the art o all information, just see Cbi-f
without a copy of the Washington yard, Mare Island, California, via the Metals and Accessories Group i steak frying, see Caroline (ex pigskin) Baxter.
Post; although he's married his official channels of this station. to the Interim Overhaul Inspec- Macon) Howell, "Steady" to yet. Estes is happy again He .1'i received
initials were facetiously linked Major advantages of employ- tion Group as of 4 November folks, and Mary i "I want to gt ,- a nice check for { ne ot
1 with another Supply-er in a recent ment on Guam include low living 1947; and A. J. Wood ACMM, to New York") Daniels. The best his ideas. Nice going, Bates; k. p
i Sally; and he could be nicknamed costs and no Federal Income TaxI has been transferred to the In- ----_ :Dii thinking.
; "The Candy-Kid" very easily on money earned there. Further terim Overhaul Inspection Group. 'Fireball" Davis is working i-n
y ? Whozit? ? ? ''I information and necessary form: H. K. Holiis, ACOM, and N. C INSIDE mother jet engine.
f (4) In Supply she is the essenceof I may be obtained from the Industrial Bolin, ACMM, have returned from Wonder why Lynch gets to b"ue
_j efficiency-she likes bridge 1 Relations Department' in rather extensive leaves. Under- PUBLIC WORKS when his girl friend only lets him
j and plays well, although she only Bldg. 450: stand Chief Hollia and his family: go to Georgia) every other week
: became interested in it a year or I -- .. -- -- -- --- ...--.- went to California and Chief Bol Uy Frances" Then end. Why go at all if she is dc< n
t -* . surprised at anything and pos erans' Hospital in Tennessee I' leave fh Norfolk. enburg, head of the Mail Room, Glenn Woods is now a c\\\ ',l ; i
sesses an enviable poise. Her Our Wally-Kasting leaves to- i Now that we have just enjoyeda welcomed back one of the former and is leaving for Syracuse: X. \.
favorite music is semi-classical morrow (he ain't working that four-day vacation period over employees Olive Fleming. Florence Good luck, kid! ,
: and her collection of records is extra Saddidy, either) to accept a ; the Armistice Day week-end, we Brown didn't get over tho What young man has been bitten -
one of her prized possessions. She job with a local flying service. are eagerly looking forward to the Georgia-Florida game in time to by the love bug so hard he ,:*
J_ is devoted to her family and her You can tell Al Betancourt'shouse Thanksgiving holidays. Under- return to work Wednesday, so traveling one thousand miles t,'
. son is her pride and joy. Her chief when you glance over In stand we are to celebrate ye old she applied for sick leave in ad see the lady? Are you gr,'ng i,
j brand of cigs if the Red Bull's that direction while speeding I Thanksgiving Day (last Thursday vance. During the lunch periodthe ;ring her back as the Mu? *
Eye (no relation to Bull Durham). along Roosevelt Blvd. because his ) rather than the newfangledidea other day, Pete Capps was James Clinton is soon to benarried.
Whozit? is the only house with shade of moving the day up to the caught trying to prove to' the No more nights off) t in
.. PIGSKIN PICKINGS: Last trees-two of 'em-which he I third Thursday. boys in the file room that his see the female wrestlers, Jimn.!it-.
week Vic Frees' selections were planted himself .-: Alice Salyardis It's tips and downs for the In- ankles were of the Hollywood type We want to know who n i it t1'. twill
cut because of space limits, so advertising swellegant boat spection Department Bowling Upon looking up, Pete saw tha' soon be leaving the 50 cahucceiver :
Vic will officiate again next week: and motor for sale at extremely I Team. Last week we were "on the hall door was open and a size- rework to go back to hiild .->
Fred Quina chooses the follow reasonable terms. Holler out I I top"-the week before we were able audience had gathered to proferaion of managing bubo'
ing to lay out the cash next Sat- (she's currently in Stock Con- "one down". Time will tell it watch the "Mr. Florida" display. dancers ?
urday, winners named first: Georgia trol) if you are in the mood fora I won't be long before the first We welcomed a newcomer
little sea-duty Vera Sim- Acuff in Housing last they seem to live in antcinatnFrom ; "-
i I Tech-Alabama; ColumbiaHolyCross half will be over, and we hope Merry ,
; Georgia-Auburn; Miss. onds wants it known that the you fellows hold your lead! week. Maintenance Mav Rod--
1 State-Louisiana State; Miss- noon program can be used for We hear that H. K. Hollis' son Virginia Walpole of the Design ers reports that Hanl: Melz.'r
. cial dedications, if you're spe-I & Division heard folks were catching fi!'b
Chattanooga; Wake Forest-N. has been placed on a diet by the Engineering reports
I Carolina State; Illinois-Ohio State; Just"drop by, give her the doctor. Could it be to reverse the that there were three people who sitting in rocking chairs on the
Purdue-Pittsburgh; Texas A. & cation and the number you old saying "like father, like son." are marking the days off calen- boardwalk, so last week he was
M.-Rlcc; UCLAWashington.LABOR and she'll do the rest Sorry I Chief J. R. Hunt has just returned dars. First, we have Lecy Den- Been sitting and singing" "Ole
& EQUIPMENT to report, girls, but the "new I from a leave spent in Se- mark counting the days until her ockingChair's Got Me No fl-
GROUP is also giving its annual look" has definitely arrived in attle, Washington. From the great wedding on the 16th of November. ,>orts have been received as to
banquet and dance on Turkey Yankeeland. The droopy quantity of fan mail he is receiving and, on the same date. Mr. Mc- lis luck. Reba Combs says! the
Eve, same as Harvest Moon Hop I bouncing bustles, and drawers'j it Is evident that he Mann is expecting a litter of puppies mows Bill Mosley do sn't'drink
-November 26th, at the Two Spot windbags were seen in "made a hit" while in that fair Alice Gibson can't wait for it night because 'he is always so
Night Club. Details are being at theaters, night clubs, city. her brother to bring her new cat ,.hirsty in the morning. Such inno-
worked out now and you'll hear I street wear by your reporter. down from New York, and he ence. S. J. Pajcic, Carpenter
l r' more about it in this space next I' Irene Halbrook took in Tam- JOBS OPEN AT MOBILE won't be able to get here unti' mop, Is keeping pretty busy! these
pa during the long weekend. December. She thinks Decembei days doing up three-cornered
weep CHIN MUSIC-Olive Taylor Sports rumor: The Supply Basket- AIR MATERIAL AREAThe is a long way off. Nothing ever :articles It's a boy this time, anti
given a splendiferous sendoff eers are slated for their first! happens that they can talk about; :he name-Gary Curtis. Congratulations
was last Friday week with a luncheon meeting shortly It is hoped that Mobile Air Material Area, .! J. L Myers, Paint Shop,
., about 25 attending. A chair such able stars as Vic Frees, Red Brooklcy Field, Alabama, needs ernment, moving of families and has returned to work after a short
t in black was placed for Roundtree, and Round Rodeillate civilian workers in both the clerical household goods will be at the expense but enjoyable vacation. We understand
the draped missing :Mr. Cox Claire will turn out, among others. John and mechanical field, it was of the Government. a member of the Key
Thomas Is leaving to go to Nor- Ringer! will substitute occasionally i revealed in Industrial Relation, I Additional information may be Shop has his wife in the doghouse
folk with her husband, Chief for the basket. Seriously, guys, : Department Memo No. '27-47 issued obtained from the personnel eec-: for paying 90c per dozen
I Thomas of Disposal, who has re- how's about it? You can get ma- last week.Included ion of all departments or from for eggs. He says he Is going to
from with the memorandumwas the Industrial Relations her if she does that
transferred tliei'*'. Her va- terial and physical support Depart- crown one
i irntly is currently being 011ril Supply so make something a list of vacancies, 37 in all. ment In BUlg. 450. All request again, and after she reads this
rant post secondtloor i more of your vague discussionsthan As transfers are considered to be for transfer should be ubmittc column, he will' probably have t.
/. by WalterrYork Is leav- I Just chin music. for the convenience of the Gov- through regular channels join her In the dogh9uu.i .


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Pag3 Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION, 13: November 1947.




Joe "Bananas" rules supreme. Last week the Separation Bill Mauldtn, who created the.

Eatl.. big "nose" in the upper left wing. Behrends, one of the Willie and Joe, has Inevitably' .'

Lt. Paul F. Br.Jle", (ChC), USN few men who can push his nose as far into his face as it brought them home to be recon

Publio Information Officer sticks out, checked into the SepCen last Monday. With him ditioned to private life. Ha call

Advisor to Jx Air News went "Ma" Chesser from the MAA Force followed Thursday this book "Back Home" With
text and cartoons he says bluntly
----- ---- ------- ;
by Crawford, (Salt Mines). We
Editorial Office for NATTC Section Room 1JT and 1",. what he thinks of the transportation
wish the the best of luck In
AdmilLl.tl'lltioa Building 800-A. Tvl. Kit.:. 204 NATTC GOLF CHAMP whatever boys they undertake. system which, after the war,
4 became vague and evasive about
Editor Continuing along the winning the problem of getting ex-soldiers
Robert J. Wehling, Ste LEAVES FOR DUTY
paths, the Hellcats scored their home; about the Congress that has
Sports Eiill'irMandscheln fifth victory of the season done little to provide housing for
L. D. : St AOM AT PORTLAND MAINE I Wednesday afternoon by downing I veterans; about the American Lei

'I the Wildcats 20-7. Scaring on the gion, which shows what he regards -
AU Photographs are official U. S. Navy Photographs mad br HAS A
Photo Lab and Av. Fund. School Photo Lab unless otherwise! credited J A I.I.second play from scrimmage, the I as a disturbing eagerness: to
., boys played heads-up ball and kept exploit the loyalty of service' men.
the opposition completely bottledup I and about various regions which
except for a scoring jaunt late show a stubborn determination to
in the third period. To mention keep alive local prejudices How..
individual feats would mean a ever, the book is fundamentallyabout
complete roster of the squad but II what has happened to Maul-

: some of the brighter lights that din since he left the' war and
showed up were Lane, Roddy I therein lies its chief interest.
I Mountain, Blankenship and Lu 'I James Hilton has completed a

rather long journey from Shangri-
II I cas.One of the things we liked at I La to Oak Ridge Tenn., but this

WHftT TO DO! WHtRE TO GOl t .I the game besides the victory was he has accomplished" in "NothingSo .
; the fine showing of the cheering Strange. This is the story of
t sec'tlOn.Ve started to talk it up the scientist's dilemma in a world
before the game and a good crowd :.he made-and yet never Intended
s showed up. This we like as it to make. The' story Is told by
MOVIE SCHEDULE r sounds refreshing to hear a groupof I Jane Waring, an Engllsh-Ameri-

NATTCTHURSDAY fellows giving you a pat on the can writer, who loves Mark Brad
back while you're out there play- ley. Jane and Mark met first in

|! Let's keep it up. England, then in Vienna on the
-OUT OF TilE BLUE, starring George Brent and .t ing.
f of the Anschluss where Jane
Virginia Mayo. Shows at 1730 and 2000. Fiom Barracks 17 there is a eve
1 has to with the other
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY KILLER McCOY, with Mickey lack of any noticeable news. Ev- : cope woman
Rooney and Ann Blyth. Shows at 1730 and 2000 on Friday and 1100. ; eryone seems to be hiding behind -Pauli, Mark's possessive', effi-
I 1730 and 2000 on Saturday. Kellner's nose' for fear of being cient wife. They do not see each
SUNDAY-THE WISTFUL WIDOW OF WAGON GAP starring 1 exposed. We did notice Childers other again until Mark is deliv-

Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. ; at the game the other day. and ered into Jane's hands by a psychiatrist
TUESDAY- while' on the subject just why
TY, with Danny Kaye and Virginia Mayo Shows at 1730 and 2000. I were you sitting" with the TOB Project. The novel opens on a
WEDNESDAY: FABULOUS TEXAN, with Bill Elliott and Joan F'M rooters' Bristol ? |I note of mystery which\ sustained ,
Carroll. Shows at 1730 and 2000. !' to the end: the day the bomb fell
i The two "Quiz Kids" of the
Hiroshima. It is good Hilton.
THURSDAY LOST MOMENT, starring Susan Hayward and graduating class AF1J( who placed,
j While the attention of the coun-
Shows at 1730 and 2000.
Cummings. !
I on the top of the marks column'were try was focused on the Civil War
1 R. L. Graham'and It. It.I I
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD there was another little known war
West. For their "A" schools these' raging on the far Western fron
I men have chosen PhoM and AEM tier. The is told in the "Gilded
:: yFa story -
FLEET'S IN-open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg. 517. M ,
respectively. Congratulations to Rooster" by Richard Roberts.
'Sandwiches and snacks available. them on their fine showing! I IThere
The scene is a small fort beyond
BOWLING J( alleys In Ship. Service avail- jfuS were cries of"Lucky" Fort Laramie. in charge of a cul-
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday -_. ____w..w_ ... .' ."" "'.,....._ many II
; this week as one member -I tured major and his civilian scout,
J 17002130. League games have priority. The NATTC gait cuuisv 1:1Jt': or another of the Division Jed Cooper better known as "Tha

NATTC LIURA11Y Located in Auditorium. to competition once again. Up to walked past. Those addressed Gilded Rooster.' The Indians, tak.

Open Monday, Tuesday, 'hursday and Friday 1300 to this' date Chief Bill Scarbrough were some of the thirty men who ] ing advantage of the reduced gar
2100. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun II were named as available to the risons, went on the: war path to
has to walk off with
day, 1230 to 2100. Bureau after two or more years of try to win back their ancestral
every bit of link glory availablein j I shore duty. It looks as though lands. A brutal, sadistic captainand

these parts. Chief Scarbroughnot I it's a contest between the SopCen his beautiful wife come to the
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker only holds the station recordof I and the transfer board to sec who fort and the stage is set for trag-

Physical Training Department, Bldg. SIX a 67 on the NATTC course, two can fret the most of the Divijion. I edy.Tom's.
You lucky stiffs!! --- -------
I 0 TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical I strokes under the previous record !,
! girl is tall and
We just came back from chow
set by a but, he has been I
Training Bldg. 513.SWIMMING medalist in every event that he and we're wondering whether or I My girl is short and low;
has entered in this district. not the Ship's Company chow line Tom's girl wears silk and satin.

l When Chief Scarbrough arrived is for Ship's Company. Arriving I My girl wears calico.Tom's '
during our alloted times we found girl U fast and speedy,
on the base last April he was sent
) the line crowded with students. My girl is slow and good.
-Indoor Pool. Daily, Monday through to AOM"B" school as an ordnance
Do you thing I'd trade girl
Friday-1300 to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; instructor. In his spare time he Admittedly conditions have been I for Tom's my 4You're
better lately but would like toI
of the .ouIJ.be-
taught some golfers
Sunday-1300 to 2100. doggone right I would!
have this one point cleared up.
two about the
a thing or ancient I
Scottish game of golf and So upset were we that on enter- Two WAVES t
I were being followed
BINGO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's P.T. the Service I
was transferred to division ing Ship's bought (or lone sailor.
Service in Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Sponsored because of his abilities, not onlyin I' should I say rarsomed9)) a bottto by a of the could .

by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds for the Nur- golf, but also in baseball, foot of milk before catching myself stand Finally the suspense one : no longer gals and

ererv.I ball and basketball. The chief has I But I got e\-en-I weighed myself turning to the sailor, ordered:
since played alternate catcher and six times-FREE.
quit following us or get
J WHERE TO GO-ASHORE first base for the NATTC baseball "
I -- ----- ------- i i another .sailor!
team and has been an official on From a newspaper we find that i i -a.b
formerly Forsyth Street I 1
gridiron a woman was granted divorce A In
a off
man was caught guard
1 b now located at 900 Liberty Street. 200 Bed Dormitory which includes
Scarbrough has been playing when she testified that her husband -i i I the subway rush. They took him
locker and shower $.50. A snack bar breakfast lunch and
since the old of
golf ripe age 101 i| had spoken to her just three' home and a cop knocked at the
orders served at reasonable
Short prices.
and has managed to decprate his times since they were married. She door.

WHERE TO GO ASHORE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnar Memphis Tenn home with various i was awarded custody of the three "What is it?" said the wifo

Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300 Saturdays, 1200 to 2400 types of trophies. Most recent -i children. i I without opening.
addition to the large collec- I "Your husband," said the cop.
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdays ,
and Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. tion was the Seventh Naval District -|, "I hit my leg with an axe "He' was crushed flat as a pan
Golfing Championship which while chopping wood." cake in the subway." '
Bill won last May I "Have a scar?" i "I'm dressing" said the wife.
The Chief will be playing his ,i .'No, thanks I don't smoke." I' "Slide him under the door"

snow-covered links this
+ golf on |I ---
winter though, as his orders read
for Recruiting Office Portland j|I I .
( 1 1l Maine. Mrs. Scarbrough will join 4.
the Chief in Maine as soon as the F
stork pays its second visit to their
+ t Memphis home.

I An A's chief was- reminiscing I

I to a friend, "I known nine

I girls on Bay street alone," he
informed him i
"All told" asked the friend. I
I "No," said he." "One of them I

kept her trap shut." ,

My is ju pain tnconsid- I|

crate. She chased me out of theI i

house with a rolling pin this morn- I I
ing. And then bawled me out when |I e + err ,w

I got home from work at nignt i II
because I didn't kiss her on th<*'' I

way out. i iu
+ r I
i Two drunks polished off their ,
1 fifteenth round of drinks climbed

into their car and sped away. .
After a time one remarked: i
"We're getting close to the : .
Main Gate." Offlnal U S Navy s

"Zat sho? How ya know?" FIRST TELEVISION pictures ever taken under the surface of the

a; "We're hitting more sailors sea were made with this camera. The camera, inside[ the steel

.. I housing:, was lowered to the floor of Bikini lagoon by ReJlune1.
o't Then there was the moron who 1'rojeet personnel- Pictures were flashed to the surface by the camera
&fJ ?' ,- foil out of a house' and managed to
-...t. ./' via television' Here Hichard E. Frazier and John I'. Gould engineer
..-..... -- -- .< .L .. catch onto a wire on the way from Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Buffalo N. Y., get readyto
._ down. However lie let go. I In wan
"Hut-I tell ya, my short AUK Gi," afraid the wire would break put protecting top in place.



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13 November 1947 NATTC JAX. AIH NEWS SECTION Page Seyei}

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Wildcats Score Upset; ...._. ...._.......,..: "

Adders Tie Tigers 6.6 -a

TAF Helicals Take First Place

With 20-' Win Over WildcatsThis : ny

was definitely a week of gridiron upsets at NATTC. i1 : .

Lieut. llarlows' Wildcat team pulled the biggest upset of the

:week, whipping the undefeated Bulldogs, 1312. Although a q q-' :

single kick meant the difference between defeat and a tie for ;. w

the Bulldogs, the game was not as close as the score. The

Wildcat team kept the Bulldogs in trouble the entire game, 5C\
for drive In the -- .. _
except one Bulldog -- ---- -
fourth quarter. receiving the kick-off on their own t
The Wildcats kicked off to the 32. On their third down the Tigers

Bulldogs to start the morning intercepted a short pass, but $ II i
game, played at 1000 on Armistice fumbled and lost the ball on their .c :- ; hd 7

Day. The first Bulldog play aft- first down. The Adders lost yard
er bringing the ball to the 29 wasa age and kicked to their own 44
fumble that Warsik recoveredfor Beard, Tiger halfback, sparked the ss
the Wildcats. The Wildcatshad Tiger team on their drive to the
the ball on the Bulldog nine I Adder 25. There a "storm! weath-

and on the first down they fum- 'I er" pass play to the right end and
bled and Collins recovered for the a lateral to the left halfback c !m-
Bulldogs. The Bulldogs could ing around, went to the Adder two a i ii
make no yardage and a poor kick yard stripe. The Tiger team, confide }
went to the Bulldog 23 where the t of a score tried to push the .
Wildcats took over. The Wildcats two yards th ugh the center of '
lost 10 yards in two attempts, but the Adder line, but the Adders 1 e
on the third down Blumquist lined up in a seven man line and
passed to Holden in the end zone then shifted into a nine man defense -

for.a Wildcat touchdown. The ex- to throw the Tigers back to
tra point was not good and the the four. The second down put
Wildcats led 6-0. the ball back to the two and the % ; .
next play brought the ball to within '
The Wildcats kicked to the Bulldogs' -
one-half foot of the goal. With
21-yard line and the Bull-
the shadow of the ball actually on
dogs, on their fourth down kickedto
the line, the Adders shifted
goal T
the Wildcats. The Wildcat back 'w4 .%'i '
into a 10 man line and knockedthe
came: in fast on the ball, droppingit
ball back to the four line
and Luscombe recovered for the yard /
Bulldogs on the Wildcat 48. Brit- again. m : T fr J.is
tain, Bulldog halfback, passed toIf' Although the Adders had done ,1 w

Luscombe at the 37 to start the one of the finest jobs of defend- Y J 5 .
:: Bulldog drive. The quarter inter- ing a goal this season they were
rupted the goalward intentions of not out of trouble. They kickedto

1'ot the Bulldogs, but as soon as the the Tigers and the ball was re-
: : ---- ----------- ------ ---- --
"' teams changed goals Collins i turned all the way to the 14I I

;..'",7":I ; passed to Luscombe, who dove for I Beard, Miller, Crocker and "Smit- AL SINIBALDI TO : LT. GERSTL HEADS
1\.l.J the ball and a Bulldog touchdown. | ty" Ubanowiski again brought the NATTC PART OF
r. ,'''The conversion attempt was not ball to the Adder three in four
." good and it was a new ball gameat tries and then with three yards to : WELFARE;
66. .I the goal, first down, the Adders NEW OFFICEThe
in. The Tigers' four at- BOXERS NEEDEDMany PROGRAM PLANNED
again dug
The remainder of the second i iI NATTC Section of the JAX
tempts to make the three yards
quarter saw no threat of a scoreas I failed and even lost yardage. The I II of the old hands around AIR NEWS is now located in the I Lt. R. Gerstl has replaced Lt. K.
the Bulldog and Wildcat lines the station that remember the Sams Welfare Officer for
half ended with the Adders in possession i NATTC Auditorium in the South
clashed. The Wildcat line of War- smokers that Al Sinibaldi presented NATTC. Mr. Gerstl has
of the ball on their own recentlyarried
Wing next to the Chaplain's Offices -
Bik, Clark, Connely, Little, How- I; last year will cheer to know I I aboard from Yellow Wa-
ell, Farlow, and Helden abetted by six.The that Al is again starting up a after moving from the old ter Gunnery Range, where he was
second half started with the I
backs Blumqulst, Brown, Reynolds -, NATTC boxing team. Al still has place of business at Bldg. 500. Range Officer and Athletic Officer
and Wismer fought against Adders kicking to the Tigers. The some of the best of last year's The change came about last for that base. Lt. Sams, retiring
Luscombe, Farr, Vincent, Brown, 1 Tigers had the ball on their own string, with Perkins, Fisher, Beck, week. So all business will be car- Welfare Officer, is also OinO
Carlin, Black and Giacalone, with I 31 and lost four yards in three at- DelGreco, and Scott leading the ried out in our new and "spacious of AOM"B" School and will remain
Collins, Brittain, Stephenson, and tempts. On the fourth down the list. There is still plenty of time quarters." Our new phone numberis in that capacity.

Gibson in the backfield, for no further I I Tigers attempted a punt. Touchet, for any contemporary pugilists to 8174 instead of the old familiar This is Lt. Gerstl first expert
score in the first half.The Adder tackle, led the Adder left get into shape and work off that 208. ence with welfare work and with!
Bulldogs' opening kick of side of the line in blocking the beer-belly before the first smoker.Al the holidays coming up this month'

the second half was returned to I I kick. The Adders recovered the will be over at the gym to help When they buried her, the boys and next he expects to be very,
the Wildcat 42 by Wismer. The ball and it was first and 10 on theTigers' any one who wishes to compete for erected this marker: busy. Welfare has been responsi

Wildcats kicked to the Bulldogs I I 13. The Adders pushed to the prizes that Welfare always "To the memory of an Army ble for all movies, dances parties

after three failures at ground I the three-yard stripe and Watts awards to all entrees. mule named Massie, who in her I refreshments at swim 'meets and
gaining. The ball was downed on II' carried the pigskin over for the Here is an excellent opportunityto lifetime kicked one general, four I smokers, and other affairs of that
the Bulldog five. The Bulldogs I score. The extra point was not learn boxing if you don't :now colonels, two majors, ten captains, nature. Mr. Gerstl announced{
kicked back to the Wildcats who good and the Adders led 6-0. know the manly art of self-de twenty-four lieutenants, forty-two I that in keeping with previous

lost the ball on the Bulldog 23'1 I At the end of the third quarterthe fense. Sinibaldi held the New sergeants, 452 privates, and one years, Thanksgiving Christmasand
four yards short of a first and Adders fumbled the ball on England light-heavyweight title bomb." I New Years will be celebratedin

A holding penalty 'against their own 12-yard line. The Tigers for a number of years before his a regal manner aboard this
Bulldogs made it 25 to go. Gib- I I recovered and on their fourth entree into the Navy and, thoughhe I Cox: "What was the name of base.!

son kicked, but a roughing penalty down, still unable to gain throughthe doedh't promise that you can the girl you had at the party The job of Welfare Officer is a
against the Bulldogs recalled the Adder line, Beard connected be a champion, he will certainly' last night?" big one. It includes the Hobby
punt and made it fourth and 30 to Ubanowiski for the touchdown.The teach you how to hold your own Sm.: "I forgot. Something Shop, Auditorium and all functionsheld
on the Bulldog three. The second kick was again wide and the in the square ring. Boxers who French sounding-like 'chiffo- at NATTC. The Hobby Shop

kick went outside at the Bulklog score was tied at 6-6. show ability here on the station nier'.." is a relatively new accomplishment
14. The Wildcats pushed and Hol- The remainder of the last quarter will have an opportunity for greater Cox.: "But a chiffonier's some- for Welfare and it is one of
den went over at the start of the resulted in a kicking duel and recognition when the Golden thing with drawers." the finest shops of its kind in the
last quarter for the score. The extra there was no further threat of a Gloves tournaments begin again. Sm.: "I guess her name was Navy. Welfare also handles funds

point was good and the score The Navy has always entered a O'Toole, then." for the division parties and has
was 13-6. score.Hellcats Take Wildcats strong team and walked off with provided most of the more com

The Bulldogs had been outplayed Aviation Fundamentals ever most of the honors and intends to Nothing's too go**! for the boys fortable chairs, tables and pool tables .-
through three quarters of play and powerful football eleven moved relentlessly do the same this year. In uniform said the girl softly to in the barracks and Ready
buckled down in the last quarter. on to a Station championship The Smokers which will be held the sailor In the restaurant, so Rooms.
The Wildcats kicked to Collins in the NATTC Intramural in the ..Auditorium, consist of 10 she gave him nothing I Mr. Gerstl has stated that as
who brought the ball to his 35. Football League, by runningover bouts of three, two-minute rounds. Welfare Officer K* intends to see
Brittain passed to Giacalone to Lt. A. Harlow's scrappy Al is the referee for these fights at the gym, can give those interested that the fine job done by Welfarein _
the 45. Collins streaked offtackleto Wildcats last week by a score of and there is plenty of action in any information about how the past, to make NATTC the
the Wildcat 30. The Bulldogs 20 to 7. each bout. Sinibaldi or :Mr. Welch, I to enter into the smokers. enjoyable and pleasant base thatit

drove to the 18 where Collins went It did not take long for the Av- Wildcats at the start of the second -' is, is kept VP-
tackle for the remaining two yards
the four. Brit- ,
to "
off-tackle again Fund Hellcats to assert themselves. -
half and Wildcat back attempting -
Hellcats' second touchdown a
and the -
tain plowed through for the touch- On the third play after This time Beck kicked the to lateral to one of his A large hill-billy family lived
down. The kick was about one the kickoff Moffett drove off tackle his in a little one-room shack. At the
fumbled own
extra and the 13 teammates on
foot wide and the score 13-12, fav- cut for the sidelines and went point score 25 TAF A plunge I eighth birth, twins came. The
to 0. recovering.
or of the Wildcats. The remaining 40 :yards for a touchdown. The and unsuccessful for I'next time the stork brought trip.
With time running out, in the a pass were
minutes of the game were played try for extra point was no good, first half the Wildcats attempteda the Hellcats, but here a Roddy to lets. About the time for the next
between the two 30-yard stripes one of the few times this year it sleeper pass that was Incom- Floyd pass was good to the Wildcat arrival, a bunch of planes went
with no further score and the haan't been. unbeliev- over and dropped a company of
Goforth made a first downon 10. Floyd an
Wildcats succeeded in upsetting The Hellcats' hard charging line paratroopers. One of the kids
his line. Brown able catch of the pigskin going up
own 43-yard
the Bulldogs by a 13-12 score. kept the Wildcats pretty well in Wildcat backs yelled to his dad: "Hey, Pappy,
went five yards more only to be in the air with two ,
but did the surprising I II i git yore -gun. The stork's bringin -
Adders Surprise TigersAn tow, so called back because of a back in and somehow coming down withit. "
over-confident Tiger team Wildcats, who, since the season be- motion Goforth caught a pass on I The same combination was 'em full grown now.
arrived at the NATTC gridironlast gan, have earned themselves the touchdown although -5 SS
the Hellcat 46, Holden went all the good for a "
with intentions of title of dark horse of the league.As "Are you allergic?
Thursday smothered fora
; nearly
way to the AY 35 on a fake kick, Roddy was "
beating the last place Adders by the second quarter began, and a long pass that failed, ended heavy loss before tossing the "No, I'm Harry. "
about 20 points. They were very the Hellcats had sent a quick kick the first half with the score 13 ball. The conversion was again "Were you inoculated" ?
fortunate to score and tie the Art- deep into Wildcat territory, and to 0. good. "No, I was drafted. "
tiers at 66. Just how long the the Wildcats were in possession on "Got your apendix?
The kicked
Hellcats off to the The Wildcats' lone tally came in "
1 haven't been issued
Adders will remain in the cellar their own 10-yard stripe. Goforth one yet.
seconds of the third
the closing "Gad, don't :know the
of the NATTC league is open to picked up a first down on the 20 quarter. The Wildcats were forcedto man you Y
had only after a 10-yard gain around right King's English
speculation, as the Tigers MATTe
kick deep in their own "
"The hell he is!
in their end. On the next play the Wild-
lost one and tied ce
game Intramural FootballSchedule tory and TAF took over on the .
six previous encounters. The Adders cats fumbled and the Hellcats recovered -
Wildcat 40. An unnecessary Customs officer a
defensively on the Wildcat 20-yard holding up
outplayed the Tigers -
roughness penalty put the Hell bottle of scotch
line Rusk went two yards throughthe :
in the third
scoring 18 cats on their own 45 A moment "I thought said there were
middle to the 18. Mountain. Tuesday-Nov. you
while the Tigers' break cameon
later kicked and Virgil "
clothes in this valiie.
end for TAP. made a beautiful
a pass in the last quarter. two- Bulldogs vs JlddersWednesdayNov Reynolds took the ball on his own "Sure. was the chiefs reply,
Adder Coach catch of Roddy pass to the
Ironically enough, 20, and raced 80 yards for a score. "
19 "That's nightcap.
line but the play was called my
Lieut. Bill Emerson was not present yard Goforth ran over the extra point. .
to witness his team's great- back and the Hellcats penalizedfive Tigers Wildcats
The turned into a defen- "Remember when Dorothy Lan
for backfield in mo game
est he being on TAD yards
1 ciders triumph to Corpus, Christi. Comdr. tion. A Roddy to Richardson aerial Thursday-Nov. 20 sive duel in the last quarter with mour came out on the screen irt
neither team seriously!! threatening her sarong-how quiet it was?
successful to the
this time was
K F. Blythe led the team in this Hellcats vs Bearcats
Wildcat two, after another fine At the final gun the score "Yeh, You could hear the sailor
battle. catch. Bill Blankenahip dove off was 20 to 7 for the TAF Hellcats. waiting for a pin to drop."
The Adders started: the game by .



Eight JAX AIR NEWS 13 November 1947 \

I Fliers Smear_ Ft. Jackson Red Devils 48-0 At Columbia, S. C. .'.


_ I P ACTICEVORU.OUT Bounce Bock Into Win '


n Column III Expense 01

>wac aa, r Aw Luckless Army Eleven '

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By Doug 'rocket, S2cDisplaying .

: an awsome offense which rolled over the .P

Fort Jackson Hed Devils practically at will, the Jax-Navjr, -;

football eleven bounced back into the win column last. Saturday .'

at Columbia, S. C., when it pinned an overwhelming
I 18-0 defeat on the Red Devils before 1,000 football fans.

The Fliers just couldn't be stopped, tallying; in every.
; I period.but the third. They even -
; A I scored in that quarter but an offside I verted and the score stood 200.
\'<..." ,.- I penalty nullified Hal Gift's Later on in the second stanza
'" brilliant 65-yard touchdown jaunt. I Buchser took the ball on a reverse

H .'; 4 ( .:. ..., .......... Leader in the local attack was' and scampered into the endzone.
---, ...' -- .w --. little Jack Mancos who raced for I' He again placekicked the extra I
three scores, one a sparkling 50- point, bringing the score to 270. .a.
--'--"-.,- .-... ..... ......... yard run. He was closely tailed by I Refusing to stop, Buchser then .. I
I" TIlE NAS MAT SQUAD Is continuing to condition itself for forthcoming: meets with other stations substitute end Bob Meckoll, who faded back and threw another
I ,. and colleges in grinding daily workouts at Bldg 621 In a practice match, J. R. Senic gainedthe caught two touchdown aerials. 'I touchdown pass to Meckoll who i I
advantage over M. Klienman and is about to be given the high sign by D. L Williams, acting The Fliers lost little time in caught the oval on the eight and !
referee, to proceed with the match. jumping off to a quick lead when, I'1 waltzed the rest of the way. And !.
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after the kickoff they marched Buchser booted his fourth extra-

CPO CLUB LEADS I the Fort Jackson forty-yard line. i i point. ,
j I
Records May Be Shattered In
On the next play Sal Lococo I I With the exception of Gifts :
IN EM BOWLINGThe drifted back and threw a long pass vain run, the Jai.ksonites held the "
Current Station Golf to Meckoll who fought his way Fliers scoreless in the third per-
Tourney clear of a horde of defenders for I iod, but in the last quarter, they .
enlisted men's bowling; the score. Harvey Hardy's try
broke loose again With the ball in .
league rolled into the second It looks as though some records are going to be shat- I for the extra point was no good. Navy possession on its own forty,

week of play with the CPO Club tered on the local golf links this week as the station tourna- I Later on in the opening quarter, Sal Lococo connected with a Ions/
outfit at the head of the list. The ment rolls into its final rounds. At the enlisted
present, men the locals started another sustained aerial to Mancos who went all the '
CPO total keglers of 13 copped points,the closely lead witha followed have progressed much faster than the officers, needing only drive and went all the way to way bringing the score to 400. .
the Jackson thirty. At this point. And Buchser once converted -
by the Supply team which three more matches to decide the championship, first, and Coach "Tuffy" Thompson sent his' .
has piled up a total of 12 points second flight winners.. Only the championship flight has .
ace scatback, Jack Mancos, into .
far. -"CO"- ----- Late in the final period, the ... :
40 progressed that far in the officers the game. On his first play from blue-and-gold started another
Dispensary grabbed off a close I division. four, Captain Jones beat Sullivan scrimmage the fleet Mancos cut drive which climaxed as Bailey; '! .
third with 11 Its
points. team was In the enlisted championshipflight one up, and the Gallagher-Dash. inside left end and went all the Sterrett bulled his into the "f1IP." <
sparked by Goan who holds the match was postponed for a "few Ed Buchser way .: t',
last week, Chief Robertson way to paydirt place- endzone. He fumbled but Chuck -*',
high single string of 531 and also The winners will clash to
topped Rowen two and one and days. kicked the extra point. Taylor substitute end, pounced on -.
high single score of 222. decide the finalists.
The CPO Club team also holds Chief MacDonald came through Early in the second period. the ball for the score. And Buch-
Jack the station ,
with a three and two victory over Harvey pro Mancos came off the bench once ser brought the score to 4S-0 with
the! 311 and
high ,
game a announced last week that
Scott. MacDonald the all-service more, cut inside left end, and sped his sixth consecutive conversion
ftal of 2266Standing. 1
pinfall would be given to the ultimate I ;
champ, and Robertson will clash to his second score in as many .
Team Point for the crown of the champion- I winners. carries. Buchser once more con- I
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CPO 13 ship flight. I Boxers Getting -
12 Hovde and Fanelli will play .
Dispensary 11 next week to decide the winner of ; I Stiff WorkoutsFor j
A&R 10 the enlisted first flight. Hovde : .._
ATU N0. i 9 won the right to compete in the ,' NAS SmokerSlugger
VA No. 4 9 finals of his division by topping ,1
Chief Etter two and one to
VM 6 up
+ slited to enter the
play. Fanelli fought his to the fit'!. j
ATU No 1 ::1 way next NAS boxing smoker scheduled ,
ATU No 10 ::1 finals by beating Quinn by the tl'f" for Mamside Auditorium on
same score .
Boathouse 2
21 November, are getting the
Photo Lab 1 In the enlisted men* second longest and most grueling conditioning -
Inspection 1 flight. Hirlemann topped Hughestwo
yet given under the tut-
up, and Gibbs breezed past elage of Chief "Chip" Chipparonl.
Hughes four and two. Hirlemannand f"l Y
1 The card is expected to be one
VEARIL, SILVER, AND Gibbs will play to decide the of the best to be offered at Main- ,\
HEIR TAKE PRIZES IN !I championship early next week. I side this year and will probably

CIVILIAN GOLF MATCH In the officers' championship ring down the curtain on smoker! ...J"i
I flight Captain William E Gent- in 1917 ;

embers of the Civilian Golf j ner Jr., and Ensign Rapacz will Since this may be the last
Club held their monthly tourna- ,' play to decide the winner. The smoker before the varsity fight ,!r
1 ;< .
ment last week on the local links captain won the right to competein : 1 call goes out for candidates, many
and Jim Vearil of Planning Division i the finals by beating Lt. Gregoone ... '" .... of the boxers may get the nod ,
Jack Silver of Engineering I up, while Rapacz topped Lt "!! from Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Ru- "
and Emil Heib of Planning DiVision Whistler five up and four to play. t "H blno, station boxing mentor, a* ",
all of A&R walked off with Lt. Comdr. F. P. Ballenger won 0; members of the NAS boxing team. }
the prizes. out over Lt. Parker three up and ,.\ Almost all the NAS favorite
Vearil was presented with a golf one to play in the officers' first will clamber through the rope ,.1
bag. Silver with a pair of golf flight Other scores were Master- next Friday night to show their -
shoes, and Heib with a waterproof son over Sullaksen, four and three, fistic wares and again every bout "1
Jacket There were also some Allen over Hunter, two up, and is expected to bring together two .
smaller prizes which were awarded Comdr. A. C. Berg over Kirken- evenly-matched boya. I. '.1
to other competitors who placed dale, two up. The winners of the There are still a few vacant .
high on the list of competitors.The Ballinger-Masterson, and Allen- x berths on the card and anyone lu .
club is still looking for new Berg matches will play to decide '. rested in competing in thai .
members, anyone wishing to Join the crown. >ft. .,;..,'p. smoker should contact Chief Chip-
the club should contact one of the In the officers' second flight, I 141' ..#. ", ,( 55- paroni at the Welfare Office in

many club representatives aboard Drury beat Lucky one up, Gray I "" ;f .,;->. "' '. :,,<. Bldg. 3, ext. 493
the station. beat Lt. Comdr. Farkas, five and ... '" /' esa
--- ------------ -- ----- --. -- ', ',..w"...,y." "" ,,,,,::. '" ;::,'IN,1: <<,. I Tri Speaker, famous old CleJVt'I-
-,..;" :"- : <
< ... ''' I land outfielder, wa a rodeo artNU
\"" '
"':;' ,.k.".". '" #'. I ,.,
Beal "" lliff He once came within three second
Tigers ,
Hastings '
I t : ., .. .. I of a world' record at Hilbboro,
...- .... .
u "' ...., Texas. when he and tied *
;::wr .' -.S' '" --- '--- "'f roped
ocalional On FridayThe I Jack "\\'ahoo" Manco..: The Mighty MiteVOCATIONAL. I-calf- la-:2 1 'ool\d.
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colored football TROUNCE HASTINGS
Tiger -- --
eleven avenged its early season de- sustained march from their ,,*" 'n
f..at at the hands of Hastings Vo- 27 and steadily ate up the yaid-
eational School Friday afternoonon : age Four running plays gave the
the mat area gridiron by com- Tigers a first down on the Hastings ..
ing through with a 21-0 victoryover 13 And then Plaskett supt i
Hastings, before :500: spectators wide around left end raced pas njr i. w L --i1
Johnny Plaskett led the Tiger the secondary, and went over i >r 3
attack with two touchdownsand the score Jim Beii piled 0'' 'r I :
one extra point. guard: for the extra point. "

Neither team was able to score Early in the final period, two ". r:
vi the first half, play being con- Tiger passes and three running -
med mostly between the 40-yard plays gave the Tigers another tint; ,r 54 .!
lines Late in the second period, down on the Hastings 20, On the :
the Tigers drove deep into Hastings next play, Ernie Butler sliced off
territory but time ran out right tackle and went all the way
before they could score. Bobby Gault slammed over for the
However, in the second half, the conversion and the Tigers led 210
io. al juggernaut went on a rampage Hastings never seriously threatened ..
Following the opening throughout the game Tl\< '\ at
kickoff it drove down to the Hastings never had possession inside the Tl-
20 where Bobby Gault faded get 30 and were on the Jefcn I v ,.'

tack and pitched a perfect strike for most of the tilt. F A W+iS 1 '" ., .p,' ? +
6 d1w
J II : { 1'M : ? fqx e* (y yt P 'i
tQ Johnny Plaskett in the end zone.j
Plaskett smashed into the In the courw of an ordinary Till: NAS TIGER COLORED football team came throu h with another victory last Friday afternoon -
the extra point and the Tigers six-nun bowling snatch, lasting( at the mat area when it pinned a 21-0 defeak on the Hasting Vocational squad before 500
led, 70. two hour, the busy. pin boy wlU spectators The starting eleven in pictured above prior to taking the field, The players are, left to
Midway through the third period have picked up orno. 30( ton of right, front row, Willie Detain, Leroy Franck Everett Wallace, George Anthony, Frank Crocker,
the Tigers started! another inapt, pins. Jim Fuel, and S C. Wade( ; back row, John Plaikett, Ernie Butler, Jim fleas, and Bill Holmes.Page .

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