Jax air news
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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 26, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Vol 5-No. 35 26 November 19U'

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training& Command and 7th Naval District



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Thanksgiving To Be Observed,

With Another Long Week-end

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: Turkey Dinner And Crew's

\" '., ,: r Dance Are Holiday EventsAnother

long holiday week-end is in store for military;

6x and civilian personnel at NAS Jacksonville as the station pre<

,; d > + fJal'eoto\ celebrate Thanksgiving Day tomorrow.

With Thursday being observed as a national holiday,

c V end Friday designated as a non-working day. nearly all ao

wo Y > nvity here will grind to a halt at secure time today-not tt>
i t c n c y"5 >-gin again until Monday morn- ,
all b.JInc.I..Ann....."IS u,0) ptwrulrof
i II>n. Except for watch stand I 1
j delicious
'i -> and those with necessary main- i Turkey Gumbo
.-ii.im-e and operating duties all 'Tomato Cocktail Saltlgiers.
minds will four straight dayst 1
iF enjoy Quartered "..ttuc'r
S'S liberty Civilian employees can Thousand Island Dr..lnJ
-njoy the same period of inactivity Roast Young Tom Turkey
'Mth'but one dayF..td ) charged, ,, (3lbiet
: : : : Uravy Sage nl'Wtllllfl.lC'.
k S'I annual leave.Personnel (lulled Sweet l'otatrwi
planning brief trips I'rench I Van
E 'ItlUIt i the state of Florida and Hot Parker House KoIU flutter
a S'i her nearby spots are expected Cranberry Sauce
Ift ,
ear, t IIJU'e
oVlay their excursions until at- 1'1. Ire Or.eMn
," dinner tomorrow for the high <'utfer'-Lemonade
lit t ,of every Thanksgiving holi- And while unmarried personnwJi
t\ .n the Navy is the traditional i gorge themselves: on the dinner in
!,-'v dinner with all the tnm- the galleys. Navy families will *lt:#,
nMS\ ; Deaplt.fo; +*i shipments be enjoying holiday dinners. A [>he-
.5''"1 and i c-nsft r' ution, mea.-ures I'+nonienal amount of turkey had
.i' h 'niie thus \i. ,s no ex. etit'.in. been! sold by the Commissary Str>r<*
Hi S v the rii'-n ; '.i * offer, ,1 ,1 r 4.SD) tllr kt'ol'dered, and about
1200! pounds, ; sold from the show

.me.s. In addition, 300 pounds were
1 forkoy TalkI11Glli.itaIT v P -old m quarters for smaller fami-
C't II'- .in.i 2o fiesh killed birds wen
OF i:, \ IK v ",,rfrr"d,
to those who prefer thin
Navy Thanksgiving 13 the lr a- ct (C'linliiuird on Page ?)
' dilional tuikey dinner wuh a.t ,
S ) i .
the tiiinniings.\ \ And just! a.s \traditional -
is the Air News'tu*-
tom ot photographing :sail)!.-. HIM' MAS Announces
" WAVES:: looking over some ot
the festive birds: belore they erxt't Xmas
up gracing the platters ot Jacksonville : \ Holiday
families In th' top( V
2 i wt
photo left to right, Paul Wai- el S, Leave
lace, S2c:, Ellen Messer. ACMM.<(< 1

Fern HulmqxUt I'hMK. ant : m Winpersonnel! here
Dave S2c walk ) atNAS
Long :, amtu,4;
i iz'
the birds at a Wesconnett tutk- !ia\e been busy with I
farm (Lower photoi The blu.-: ''ilans) for the Thanksgivint

jackets show toe girls the turkeys Idida\'s, station officials
they'd like to sink then ,dt'> been hustoofor'mu
teeth into coma Thanksgiving, -
while a C.UMOUS gobbler leu, : ,ttlm\;:' plans for the coming)
struts over to see what all Ui<: : 1 hi'i-tnlts holidays.
excitement's: about. Kliyht!: training operation will
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ng hour.Friday, 19 December,
CAPTAIN WHITNEYIS hnxiRh 4 January 1948 it wo*,
.lrnitrun'd m station Memoreui'iiim -
'h No :56-47. The period from
RECOMMENDEDFOR isno. 19 December 19&10, 0300,
J : ( #
& S January 1948, baa therefore,

REAR ADMIRAL : : been K'aperiod.designated. as the holiday

All students, both officers anti
: nlited.. may be granted leave tur
tl ,Y C the entire/ period starting IB Of-
5 5 ,, O -niband expiring at )*)) '*

TRADITIONAL HOLIDAY CLASH WITH All other personnel, officer anti
enlisted, up to 50 per cent: tJt'If
department at a time, may fw

FORT BENNING ENDS GRID SEASON granted(runtiiiueit(ave for on one Page of two 2) p.tC':

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'lite Jax-.Navy r Her football -

Air, Rail, And eleven Sunday will afternoon} return at to Co-action Friday's Smoker NAVY GOES OVER : M

Bus Tickets Now lumbus, G;la., when it comes to Was Final One Of THE TOP IN 1947 '
'grips with the Fort Denning

IJI Available Here Doughboys in the traditional Current SeasonSparked

,, i Thanksgiving week-end clash, COMMUNITY CHEST
:a Thinking of going home or taking ending the Flier season. Both by an Impromptu rough
\ : a trip for the holidays ? Well veritable and tumble brawl 1 1 among loot professional Running true( to form
there's longer need forgoing are power- wrestlers which
no brought
; any ;
Captain Jt> 'try: hitnly.1' downtown to arrange for houses boasting brilliant records everyone 1th,' crowd to his feet, .JadvS'Uivillc! \ Navy activities' 4
NAATC Chief of Staff to Rear |I travel reservations, tickets, or in- and when they smash the final NAS boxing smoker i.t1IM7 !have again gone over the toi

Admiral Ralph Davison has been formation. head-on the thud will be hit a new high m tltnlla Fri- in the annual! drive for contri i
selection boardfor
recommended a
t With the opening at NAS last: Jay night at Mam.-mle Auditorium. billions to the Community
to the rank of heard in almost service
promotion | every More th.u1.1))1)
week of a branch airline ticket cheenna fans
rear admiral, it was announced! by i I office in Bldg 39, accommodation? gridiron center in the; ,)ulhI ;r'\ wid '-"v.d Wn.h e\i 1 it 'nt. mil "host! campaign A tabulation
AINav 245-47 this week.\ The promotion !, !for, \'il tlt.lliv every t type of com.1 (east I... t'eot.e; Romanoff, ln, I>h PaldyM '1)t' reports) mad1* yrr'J"f! by
tt was Hill: MVIMJO)I. ha Already ( Chin l>lk iU'd .1 MnI ; ( 'ant-iin I U. :\1. Ain.; ril..Ml'
I _. I .1 II| t 1"t.! \ ; > if 'I'' l 11! M.l 1 I'onniiit;, a'\ut1.-I Hi". !.< <e n ''ii' i. < \ ( ? : \
been appri \ I by Prosi'letu; h. made \\thllll: :> .i-i.i-, ; t the: ..tt t ,'mmtei\ his I III.-.L liu',, "I"' Ljiui' I I"' ",.I;1 .! 1. ;U-"M\' II"I' !',1-, .I J I ''I!it! (Itl, ]IV.caL'vi! : L.rti. ..;J r.,-
I will: !11. oiu'.n.'i.ntupon
Truman nri'l' ( ,
Il'u.'mptl. I ;; i_ I 1.1\ n -i i i p "
In eight and LaaL tll' .
vaiaiuv in; 'IL't tank. tear.l'he J 'i; :lad j. been raised for
all lore untie. established: l very powerful QuuiUioo Marines. ireelorrtll.It
Captain Whitney, tot merly in ;I I t.j; Chest in the three-week
here t'a.-ttein Airlines' Jax-Navy. too has suffered but all happened after Romanoff '
command of tht' USS Midway, replaced -
Morchouse Jacksonville ofliiv.i, will make one defeat this season, droppinga and Mack were proclaimed the long Navy drive. The sum
Captain George heart-breaker to Christ winners in -the match after was just slightly under last
as Chief of Staff on 1 September. ) available the services of a regular Corpus i tag
r' A native I of Brookl VI1. N. Y., ae I airline ticket oftUv to sejirntees >- three weeks ago.The two !straight' fills. The losing! pairieenied ''year's! ) total of $0.604.;
has: been nttaohed to naval 8\'ia-1 ,- a-i \v.-ll\ n-f t-i 1)'rwnn| .-t! nllI I hhllvi are reported. to ti< thInk oth,'rwi and Th<' fi;uievas uimplete witlx
taut s'lice' he was t rhos. n lot" r'liuli! :{"II( ; tin I I.' I'% .'. ( 'i 1\ 111.11\\ empl )V-'e-. .11\I ,t vi'i- potent i.1 al tank! .1111\\ ,'d| i I'( hv their ,i'i.iri-i, P-l'iie, III : e\. 'pi" >M "L civihuii .U..-
training\ HI 1021 i (',uil i inucil i 'ici' 1'J4m' 1.l i I ( '.ill! illlieil nil I'ilge: .">) ((1( ""ill t miii-ti uu kar! ,-t. ) > (toil' IIIIKHt Oil Page )It

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Two JAX AIR NEWS 26 November 1947

Movie Schedule IT'S A OUGJll.lrE R Roy


Editorial Office MOVIES 'klays-1730 and 2000) j

South Wing, Lower Deck, lildff. 930 weekends1430 and 2000. 99

Telephone Extension 8184. THURSDAY I

Arthur AL Greene, Editor DANCE-Marvin 2030. Scott and his Band, startsat b-< :

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and FRIDAY
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at "RAILROADED", with J. Ireland.

no expense to the government and In compliance SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
with SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 De- "MONSIEUR: VERDOUX", featuring Charlie ft

cember 1915. Copies are distributed free of chargeat Chaplin. t

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY fi

Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval "LOVE FROM A STRANGER", starring John
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of Hodiak.

the Seventh Naval District. Naval Auxiliary Air TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY i

Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range "ESCAPE ME NEVER", with Errol Flynn. >-
And the U. S. Naval Hospital. THURSDAY < -L>--c

Rear Admiral Ralph Daviion "ON THE OLD SPANISH TRAIL", featuring >-K

Commandant Seventh Naval District Roy Rogers.. ._
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training
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CapUln Herbert S. Duckworth] USN, Commanding; _
Jacksonville Naval Air Station ''PI '
start at 2000. _/

Captain Julee F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Naval Air Technical Training Center "THE EXILE", starring Douglas Fairbanks- ,

Captain C. M. Scharr (MC). USN Commanding Jr
U. S. Naval Hospital SATURDAY"ON ,

Captain' F. W. Prleatman USNR. CommandingNaval _
Air Reserve Training Unit Roy' Rogers.
U. Coi. T. C. Matin(oor.. Jr.Barrack. USMC. Commanding with J. Ireland. .


Captain C. S. Cooper, USN, Commanding "LOVE FROM A STRANGER", featuring John
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field Kodiak

Capt. Alexander M. learn, USMO THURSDAY "At that price, even the turkeys have something to be thank- If
Marine Aviation Detachment "ESCAPE ME NEVER", with Errol Flynn. ful for!"
The JAI AIR tnre1 Ship's Editorial Association ma. ''II
terial. p b credited matter prohibited without
permission of SEA, Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any
cither matter, except by service publications, la prohibit
without permission of Editor. JAI AIR NEWS. I Commerckal n11e in rl

< Bulletins will, be accepted until space has been filled, but not I

I I later than 1000 Tuesday Ext. 8230.
Hospital ChatterS. : andVieius f rnlnStatlpn
FOR SALE 8-2418 Sutteiwhite 2220 Vista St.,

A. Blankenship, CPhM. was transferred on 1937 Packard. Good transportation. Lakeshoie .
15 November to NAS Key West, Fla. Chief Blank- $250. Samoilsky, Bide. 5.21 ext. 341. Bedroom with or without Kitchen prlvf .

enship has been with us for the past nine months. 19-11! DeSoto club convertible. Motor bus lieges.line.Riverside Phone 7-8266 section.: Johnson N NA3 27t l
Billy N. LeRoy, PhMlc, who calls Brooksville, completely overhauled Needs new Myra St.
Fla., home, has recently reported for duty. Billy paint and minor body repairs. $850. Room and board, good meals and bets, I
THANKSGIVING DAY Sgt. T>gait, ext. 370. 1368 Cumber- .
hot water Men only. $12 per week.Phone
was stationed on Guam to cominghere.. He
prior land Road.
7-4536, Mrs J. C. Word 2133
is working in EENT. T. R. Ferguson, PhMlc, who 18 ft. house trailer. Excellent condi Forbes" St.Twobedroom.
was out of the Navy for some two years, has reenlisted Thanksgiving Day as we know it, a national tion. Will sacrifice for $350. Mrs. 11. furnished house. $100
and reported here for duty 22 November holiday usually celebrated on the last 11. Hajes, Davis Trailer Park, Yu- per month. Phone 2-6354, Mrs. Grace
kon, 1'1a.CarlZeiss B. Hutst. 3352 College Street.
Ferguson is from Johnson City, Tenn. Francis X. Thursday in November, did not begin until Binoculars iu\50 power, in Room with kitchen privileges. For
Abell, HA2c, who just came aboard from the Naval 1864 when President Lincoln decreed it by extraordinary condition with beautiful working couple. Near NAS bus line,
Medical School at Fort Worth, Texas, where he I leather case. $140. Cost $240 pie- Phone 8-2770, Bessie Houston. 601
executive proclamation. Succeeding presidents war Lt. Ferrell ext. 769. Park Stieet.
spent about six months, has been assigned duty on
1047! Buick four-door sedan. Less than WANTED
Ward D-1. Glad to have you all aboard, men. I have done the same. 2.000 miles. Arnnebarger. ext. 3-11, High chair, play pen. stroller. Lt. (jg)
Ensigns Frost, Pantalone, and Revelant, all of Its origin can be traced to Biblical lore. Bldg. 521 NATTC or see at 3422D Delehauouty ext. 545. .

the Naval Nurse Corps, have bttn transferred to Hebrews still celebrate Succoth, their day hours.Dewey Park Annex after working Baby NAS.crib. Smith, 1237A Hancock St.,

the USNH, Memphis, Tenn. of thanks for the yield. The Romans 1940 Buick Super. Radio, new paint Two men to ride to Michigan. Leaving
On 28 November, O. L. Moss, PhM3c, of the crop I Job, good tires. first' good offer 19 Dec., returning Jan. Martin,
self-labeled "pride of the hospital corps," will pit had several such holidays. Later, in Eng- takes it. Hammed ext. 8140. ext. 285.
1941 Chrysler Royal. Radio and heater. Ride to N. Y. on 23 Dec. and returnon
his wits the of civilian life. He land Holland and other countries it
_ against hardships I was Good condition $1025. W. R. 28 Dec. Will share expenses B.
has been with us for the past 18 months storingup customary to .declare a publio thanksgiving I llolller. AMMlc. ATU No :5, Han- M Andreas ext. 4-16.
114, Bits. E. Riders from of Popular Pointto
knowledge for his pre-med course at the Uni- gar or
versity of Denver. Lots of study and hard work day for events of great importance-birth 1946 Indian Chief "74" motorcycle. NAS. Working hours (WOO to 1630.
i Buddy seat and saddle bags. Excel- Pennlngton ext. 726.
of male
a heir to the throne ini
ahead, Oscar. or victory lent condition. Low mileage. $550.A. Two passengers to help drive to Calif I ,
E. E. Barnett, PhM3c, who had one year of pre- A. Trese. Bldg. 551: ext. 8110 on or about 19 Dec Non-stop, no expenses
med under his belt before he left his home at war.Traditionally Steel utility trailer, 4'x8'. Priced reasonably Involved. Contact Lt. Comdr.
our present holiday .
com- Phone 2-6269. Victor 1. W. W. Jones Sr. BOQ 501.
Baton Rouge, La., to join the Navy, will continuehis memorates a memorable Thanksgiving Hart. Three passengers to share expenses to
studies at the University of Louisiana. Barnett Day Two-wheel luggage trailer. Two new Birmingham. Ala., on afternoon of I
will leave the Navy on 30 November.J. celebrated by the Pilgrims in the autumn of tires and tubes; extra tire and tube 26 November, returning Sunday afternoon
mounted on extra wheel. Removable Chief Wright, ext. 207.
O. Priemer, PhM3c, who hails from Kansas 1621 in which they gave thanks to God for tailgate, impregnated canvas cover WILL THAnE .

City, Mo., and who has 22 months in the Navy, is their first successful harvest and four large cruise boxes. $100.See 1937 Ford with I
another potential M. D. Some of his duty stations R. W. Hodnett, TAI School, radio, heater n110tl-r;; lssrntn
Devoutly grateful to Almighty God for NATTC, at Trout's Trailer Court,
or condition for later model car
have been Great Lakes, San Diego, Key West, and, perfect
half mile north of Main Gate.
the In condition. Will cash dif
for the past two months here in Jacksonville. He'll richness of our endowment and the many 1946 Mercury outboard motor, $100. ference.good Stlth, ext. 8114.pay

be doing his cramming at the University of Mis- blessings received, may we continue to givea Good condition. Lt. Fields, ext. 479. LOSTPair
Three rooms of furniture, one extiabed I
souri. good account of our stewardship by utiliz- $135 Good condition. Chief of glasses In black case In vicinity
C. W. Johnson, PhM3c, who will receive his discharge Rhodes ext. 339 of : Reward John
ing our resources in the service of mankind. Hangar
H. Ruff, 115. ext. 263. I
on 28 November, has his heart set on being Golf clubs five Irons and two woods
a dentist when he finishes his studies at the University "We thank Thee Lord on this recurring day, practically new. V. J. Morken, 3802A FOUNDI.
Dewey Park Annex. D. bracelet with name of Charles '
of Minnesota. Johnson has been here at the For liberty to worship as we will ; Baby buggy and bathlnette, $12. JohnR. Bonnette To claim, contact Wehllng i I

hospital for the past 17 months. Maybe you'll get We thank Thee for the hero souls of old Flnkbone 1279 Cumberland Rd ext. 8174. NATTC.. I
Bathlnette $10 Like new. Phone :2- .
the molars of
some practical experience on some
Who dared wild
seas their mission to 5776, Mrs. Seagar. I
of those Minnesota football players, Johnny.A. fulfill. Lumber, 2x4, and 2x8, $50 M. ,
L. Slayter, PhM3c, who has spent 18 out of Phone 2-0041, McMlchael, 51ierla ThanksgivingContinued
his 22 months in the Navy here, will leave on 28 0, gird our hearts with stalwart faith in ilton St.
7-tube Zenith console push button radio -
November for his home in Alexandria, La. Seemshe good, and record player. $65.: Smith, ( from Page 1))

is one of the few boys who has a job .lll1ned Give us new trust in Thy providing hand 1237A Hancock St.. NAS type. Chickens were also sold In
up when he gets out. Understand he is going to Cocker spaniel pups. Registered pedigree l great numbers to housewives who
And may a spirit born of brotherhood of champion stock, four months
work for the Veterans Administration as an optical meat.
Select now Xmas presents do not care for turkey
dispenser. Inspire our hearts and bless our native p'n 2-4711, d.r Lasak, 4635: Colonial The "piece de resistance" for
aWe land Ave.Bedroom the traditional
football fans will be
are glad to welcome a new group of Red A. set. Hvlngroom set kitchen between Jax Navy and Fort
Chaplain C. Boyer table and chairs kerosene range Icebox game .
Cross Gray Ladies. There are 15 In this group, and< 9x12,linoleum, Admiral combination Benning Saturday, and many loyal
when they get in the swing of things, you'll find table radio. V. A. Gensin, followers of the Fliers are expected .
more and better Red Cross service on the wards. so keep that date in mind. Plans are being made to Baby Trailer bottle 3. Dewey sterilizer Park, baby ext. :1ilage. to make the trip to Colum- .

These ladies are all from Jacksonville and are giv- see that this one is "super.. ". stroller. Fair condition. Mrs. bus, Ga, to see the two powerful
ing their time to work in the hospital. Blythe, ext. 529 service elevens clash.
PATIENT OF THE WEEK: This time we salute 1941 Plymouth four-door special deluxe For those who will spend their
sedan. Radio, heater fan and
This past week we had two football winners: Edgar F. Bowers, S2c, of Ward C-2. Bowers hails fog lights. Terms can be arranged holiday In Jacksonville, Welfarehas

Thomas Switzer, Sic, from Ward A-6, and Ira Harris from San Francisco, California, and he says Florida A. E. Hartley, Bldg 930, ext. 8230, arranged a gala Thanksgiving -
StMlc, from Ward A-8. can't compare with his home state. He is stationedat or phone 7-4920 after 1700. Dance at Mainslde Auditorium '
1941 Chrysler 6. Rebuilt engine. J. R.
NATTC and has been a patient in the hospital Beknap, 3722B Relly Ave., Dewey tomorrow night with Marvin Scott
Anyone interested in music, classical or semi- for a month. Park. and his orchestra.The .

classical drop by the recreation office and we can His favorite hobby is building "hot-rods" and Thayer baby. buggy and roller canebasinette. religious side of the holidayis
arrange for you to play some of your favorites. his favorite recreation is hunting. Road.Chief Campbell, 1225 Cumberland not being overlooked. While no I

We have a good collection on hand. He's unmarried and has no Intentions along 18 ft. streamline custom built house formal religious services have been
that line. lIe also likes classical music, and his fav- trailer. Electric heater and rugs. scheduled for Thanksgiving Day
The next Red Cross Dance will be 11 December I orite food is spaghetti Clean Inside and out. $550 cash. See .
Spencer, Yukon Trailer Camp, lotStaIned it was understood that both chapels
No. 36. would be open throughout the
duty sections which will
alternatein maple chest five drawers.
day so that all personnel have
Goes NAS AnnouncesContinued Phone :2-9566! Mrs LaGrande. may
Navy standing the
day's duty con- Inboard motor boat, 14 ft., Briefs- the opportunity to offer prayers

Continued from Page 1)) ( from Page 1)) sistent with maintaining proper Stratten engine. Cheap $75. Excellent of thanks.
( John
condition. Mish 1235A Hancock
security and carrying on all nor- All in all, it looks like one of
iods Ext. 391.
as follows: St., NAS
ployees of the Public Works De- mal routine station functions. Lib- Bedroom set livlngroom set break- the biggest holiday celebrationssince
partment who have not completedtheir 1st period-1630, 19 Decemberto erty may be granted beginning at fast let floor lamp, end table and the war.
collection. 0800, 27 December.2nd Ironing board. Good condition. $200.
period-1200, 27 Decemberto 0800 daily. Selka 3442A Dewey Park Annex. I ._ __u__ ___.
NAS Jacksonville led all actlv The holiday leave, the memo Lady's Norwegian blue fox coat Will
sties in the drive with military 0800 5 January points out will be charged against sell reasonably. Medley, 3638A Irwin\
here giving $2,224.70 As flight operations will not be I accrued leave. All personnel St., Dewey Park.
personnel are machine In fair condition.
carried out during this period, enlisted Washing
civilian personnel contributIng I responsible for knowing how
and remaining onboard Cheap. Evans ext 488. &
$93 .20, a total of $3,163.72. will personnel be divided Into two much accrued leave they have, 38 cal Smith & Wesson revolver, I At the Station. Chapel, Birmingham, ,
NAS was followed by NATTC __ I and if leave is taken without I military police model. New, $45. Road and MuaUn Avtnae _
-- -- Wood ext. 623.
Jacksonville with $735.90, Seventh the station as well as in downtown I sufficient accrued leave, pay will FOR RENT Protestant
District with $267.05 I be docked accordingly. The holi- 0930-NATTC Service-Chaplain: A. C.
Naval Jacksonville were well pleased Room with kitchen privileges. 2056 .
NAATC with $236.00, and Naval with the enthusiasm shown by the i day leaves will not interfere with Dellwood Ave. Mrs. G. L. Logglns, 07er..OUGeneral Worship S.rvk.-Chap'

Hospital with $148.34. Navy during the drive. Captain .I the granting of annual, re-enlist- Th phone rf'f'-room 7-795'J.apartment. Martinez, 62sJ lain F. L. Albert.
The proceeds of the Jax-Navy- Askin thanked all hands for their ment, and emergency leave during Edison Ave. 0700-Man.
Memphis Hellcat football game, generous support of the drive here I. this period, it was stated. No travel Furnished bedroom with kitchen ..irlvllege 0900-Mail.
time will be allowed on the *. Laige hard. nt'urlAS: bus 1100-Mail.An .
also and all department
approximately $600, were I. especially I line Phone 2-3808, Mis Dorman. Outdoor Nursery for small ekll-
turned over to the Chest to help division chairmen whose efforts Christmas leaves and no exten- 4818 Wheeler Ave dr.n la maintained between 0900
Navy' activities over the top contributed to the success of the I sions will be granted except for I Will share five-room house with work- aDd 1200.Page .
Red Feather officials here on drive. bona-fide emergencies rag Navy couple. No children. Phone



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. riant Dh'1slon-by Walt Flet- ffM
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cher-The Plant Division extendsIts

<< sympathy to Richard Jensen, a bowling ball?
TURKEY DAY PLANS: Al right guard on the NAS football Accessories' Dh'islon-by Dora
though we didn't know that the squad who was suddenly called Ihy M. Williamson-We sure had
Friday after Thanksgiving: was to z home because his brother was ser i few lucky ones in our shop last
be a non-work'day, some Supplyers r touslv injured. Wednesday night. Ruth Jones won ;
Last Plant Division a beautiful of which
were making their plans anyway Thursday, piece luggage
Clara Epcer, for example, left for Employees had their pictures tak- will sure come in handy for her
Atlanta last Saturday on the "Su- en for the new badges. The outstanding hip to Chicago at Christmas
per DeLuxe" bus to spend the hol feature was the multi- time. Yes, sir, she will come back
with her there. While colored necktie worn .by Buzz vita a new name, too.
idays family : :
j',. in Georgia she expects to visit a : : Sawyer. Gladys Lane also won a pieceof
typical farm in the peach section :Mr. Hoffmeister, supervisor of luggage. We just heard she La
t? Lizzie Mae' Long is tripping the sign shop, is now taking lessons going to Atlanta during Thanksgiving -
'*n till the end of November through from Fred Garst on weight week. My, what a suitcasewill
Central Florida, stopping when and x t txyF. and balance data. "Hoffe", in a do to some folks.
where the notion strikes r conversation with Fred, asked, Betty Henderson had a birth-
Marilyn Cook is Miami-ing "How much does a pound of day last week, but no one could
Walter Fay is family-ing in Con aluminum weigh?" Of course, tell by her looks for she doesn't !
necticut : Red Stillwell is going Fred told him the correct weight.Mr. look a day older.
hunting Ditto Wilson, W. L. g; /.Y. Spicer has shaved his chin W. C. Vaughn has been at NAS
'" Pat Jones will either go hunt- whiskers. :Maybe they were too for six years and at last he fca
ing or to Macon Frank Barnett A = R much trouble or perhaps they tic- found the kind of work he likes

is going fishing With .... _.. ...... .... ,,,,,,,, kled his neck. in this instrument shop. It just
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! payday still another week away, :i O' .r' some of us may feel that this TilE STATION SMITHY is not required to shoe horses pr live In Miami. Guess the magic to those who wait.
week-end finds us "hurtln1 fer cer- repair wagon wheels as in days of yore, but like others, he has city's drawing everybody for the Overheard Decker Smith ask a
tain." modernized his business. Now, he makes chisels and drills for pneu- winter season. Glen Calhoun has young widow if she was a good "
. PIGSKIN PICKINGS: Other matic air tools used in breaking concrete; straightens, bends been assigned Molita'a duties for housekeeper the other day. We're
than the Bowl games in January, and rough forms metal stock used by the machine shop in making the time being. wondering why.
this is the last time that guesses replacement parts for machines and equipment; and other various Charlie (Ho-Hum) Phillips is A. L Lynch will be out of cir
(good or bad) regarding gridiron types of forge work. Here, Blacksmith H. Loyd, assisted by his helper planning on a big egg-nog party culation soon as he is going to
"'. groans will be printed. For a W. Harrison, flattens a piece of- metal that eventually will become next week-end. What else could be "tie the knot." Congratulations
". .'. switch a gal takes over for Sat a chisel for an air hammer. done with two dozen eggs from and happy sailing!
,( urday's games. Betty Stcd picks ------ the Paul Carman henhouse? What's wrong, Murray? Arc \
jJ Florida over Kansas State, Geor Last but definitely not the least, your shoes worn out?
.'m gia Tech over Georgia.. Alabama Two More Long INSIDE the division welcomes Lt. (jg) D. Personnel and Administrationby -
,1 over Miami, Mississippi State over Week-ends Loom E. Hilton as Division Officer. Dot Dickson Lt. Carr and
." Ole Miss (could this be a bad For NAS CiviliansThese PUBLIC WORKSIt Assembly DIvision-by Joanna Chief Tom went hunting last
: ,11. : guess?). North Carolina over Jordan-Joseph F. Staenski is the week. Wonder if they caught any.
': Virginia, and Rice over Baylor long week-ends are is desired to commend the proud father of a baby boy. He's thing two-legged or otherwise?
: r The Jax classic, Lee-Jackson tilt, far from over. In addition to Design & Engineering Divisionfor wearing a very broad smile these :Mr. Warren and Mr. Jarrard
,*1" coming up Turkey Day, is picked Thanksgiving, at least two being the first unit to sub- days. are taking leave over the Thanksgiving -
I as a pretty one-sided by most more are looming for NAS Erwin L. Story has returned week-end. Which way did
mit this week.
,- Supply-ers. Naturally, Lee is pickj" civilian employees in the near news Virginia from a long Illness. Everyone they go George?
ed to best the Tigers by a lop future. Walpole phoned in that Sunday, hopes that his I long siege of Illness It seems that ),(r, Ziegler has
j" sided score. Here's some of them: Christmas and New Year's 16 November, was an exciting day la over. gone in for mules Just see him
:;- 7 to 0 (Made Allen); Dwelle 35 Day both fall on Thursdaysthis for the members of her division, Assembly No. 1 has inducted a and he'll tell you all about them. '
.' to 6; Ditto Ray Wells; Gladys year, Just like Thanksgiving what with Lecy Denmark getting new leading chief into the divi- Everyone seems to be keepingall
I Rousseau swears Lee will be Day. And the Nary ,Depart married and Mr. McMahon's dog sion. We an very happy to have their gossip concealed. Give
ahead at least 12 points, and has already urged all activities having a litter of puppies. Connie you with us. Chief Hubbard. Also forth with all your secrets gang!
Frank Reiter 20 points; Scottle to be liberal in the Hecht added an Unanticipatedpush want to congratulate you upon the Planning Division-by Maklpa
states definitely it will be 28 to granting of annual leave to to the division's contributions arrival of that 10-pound, 6-ounce:) -The Planning Division, after
J 7, and Amy Wilmot 28 to 8; Or- employees for the Fridays following to give Lecy a wedding present baby boy.Clifton. being absent from this column fora
YUle Booth is in Macie's class with these holidays where Connie got ten dollars of her own Dixon of Shop 1016 hasa couple of weeks Is now full of
o to 14; Henry Bryant says Jack- work loads permit Of course, mixed in with the gift money. She 7-pound baby boy. Since the pro- news. First and foremost comes
son's spirit will be renewed for emoplyees who do not have Is sure to be made chairman of duction schedule is booming in our that proud look from Harland
:' that game and Lee's triumph will annual leave to their credit all future collection campaignsof "new citizen" department, we are Lewis. He is the proud papa of a
( be bought for around 21 to 14; will not be forced to take leave any sort. Doc Melsheimer's seriously contemplating adding a baby BOY, and we are happy for
Phil Myers predicts at least a on these days sharp attire from Esquire is caus- new station to take care of all the him and the wife.It .
three-touchdown difference, and So civilian personnel ran ing a little envy among the other proud fathers. It seems AS though seems that Chief Hintz and
Ii Wilma Priest thinks that it will look forward to four-day males who grab any old tie and all the news around the Assembly Callahan are quite the lucky per-
be about 21 to 13. If the Jacksons week-ends over both Christmas mismated socks when dressing in Division has to do with baby boys. sons. At the American Legion
; pull an upset the pink tinge to and New Year's. the gray dawn. The manpower shortage should be Penny Sale, Callahan carried awaya
the above faces will be under- Jennie Kopec tells of quite a relieved considerably within the handsome set of silver and Chief
standable. hunting trip enjoyed by members next 20 years. That Is, If the citi- Hintz became the. proud owner ofa
[ SALVAGE: Sarah Deep expectsto InspectingThe I of the Transportation Section. zen department for baby girlsdoesn't Raggedy Ann Doll (king size).
become Mrs. Wayne Adams to- Among those going were J. L. start a widespread produc- The whole division regrets the
day in Folkston, Georgia. At least, Hughes, Lacy Combs, J. C. How- tion.We leaving of Lt. Murphy. It has
that Is all the info we can glean ard, J. V. Williams, J. Wagner, wonder why so many peo- been grand knowing and workingwith
for now One of our back- Albert Maxwell, Paul Green, and ple took leave for 20 November. him. We are going to miss
'I .S- patting fiends slapped a sticker E: spec ors Bowen Davidson who carried two If you bring back a turkey or him but wish him the best of luckin
r?; on the back of an unknowing : full quarts of ammunition. some other fowl, we promise to his new duties.
k" storekeeper reading. "No smoking Ily Helen llurnette Over tn the Maintenance Section keep your secret. We are all nice and cozy in the
:. -gas on stomach." It is Our deepest sympathy is ex- Mary Rodgers reports a :Mr. Bradshaw won the bet from front office these days. Manufac-
I'. rumored that another car bomb tended to Mrs. Helen Styron, hunting trip also. She says that Chief Brennan this time. Alabama turing has now moved in with ua.
;> will go off when an unsuspectingdriver chief clerk, in the recent deathof Mr. McGonigal, Mr. Clark, and as you know, gave Georgia We are glad to have them, but
:. steps on his starter this her brother in North Carolina. Mr. Keels rattled down into Dixie Tech a bad time even though gee, the space they require!
., aftenoon (maybe me!) Spike II Sorry to lose Chief H. K. Hollis County and chased squirrels all Chief Brennan was sure that good We will miss the metalsmiths
"- those' rom f rs. That resignation and of the Aircraft Overhaul Inspection day, bagging 46. It was undetermined old Georgia wouldn't let him down. who have been transferred to the
r the couple job-swaps which Group. Chief Hollis was whether they shot them or Better luck next time, chief. shops. How does it feel to wear
t have been gassed about jes' ain't transferred to X-l on 15 Novem- ran them to death. Chief Brennan has been trans- dungarees again, fellows?
I triTe, so guess again Viola Le 'I ber. We hope you enjoy your new Ethel Huffman wants ferred to Security now and has Engineering: Division-by Caroline
t } Jeune has returned to work and station of duty, chief.Congratulations everyoneto really developed that watch-dog lion ell-Now's your chance to.
;. Is now in Correspondence :Mr. to Chief Rus- know that she Is the proud pos- look. All you people of the Assem- get back at Fred Clyne Honest,
;;: and Mrs Ed Wyckoff, formerly sell H. Kealan who was married sessor of a brand new car a baby bly Division had better have your he didn't look like "civilian" Fred
:;. with Purchase and now in Ven- 21 November to Chief WAVE Wilma blue one. Ethel says she Is goingto badges when you go up to Securi- when he came dressed in salty
the old to ride in and
:..- '. tura, California, announced tho A. Boehm. Understand they keep one ty. dungarees and shirt last week. ;
<:,' arrival of their image and like- are spending their honeymoon in just park the new one in front of Planning Division!! (Time Section What, no pretty bright tie to go i
ness in the form of a theatre Wyoming. the house on Sundays.The )-by Spurlock-We've been with that garb, Fred? We saw
,,', ticket, with such notations as Sorry that O. N. Smith has been jokers in the electrical shop nicknamed "Roving Time Keepers the Commander stop Fred to ad
'The Channel Drive Players present out quite some time because of have tagged Mr. Stonebanks as ," which seems to fit us at mire the white silk stitching on
'Suspense,' starring Jame illness. We have missed you, Smit- "Snapperbanks" since his promo- present with our flitting around his rating badge. Other enlistedmen
Lola Wyckoff; Production by Ed ty, and hope you are back withus tion to snapper electrician.A here and there. But we don't care, are wondering, if that will be
'& Isabel Wyckoff: Direction by at this printing. very unreliable source reports 'cause someday we'll be runningas the style this year. Fred and Bob-
Frederick Shore, M.D.; World Premiere WHO is the inspector from the that Frank "Scotch" McKinley s-m-o-o-t-h as glass. by are on a two-week (Reserve)
November 7, 1947, 10:30: Aircraft Overhaul Group who is begged three squirrel hides from We are happy to see James Gill cruise. Fred still cruises around
P.M." Creeping Jennies are contemplating a transfer to an- the hunting party mentioned back on the Job after being a A&R quite a bit, though as "Ad
the favorite flowers of a certain other group where ALL the civilian above and is trying to have a coat mighty sick boy for several days. miral" Humpal had to have soma
Supply-er who feels her friends inspectors wear neckties ? made for his wife for Xmas. And Carroll welcomed him back with drafting work done last week.
would like to know, if Sallies continues The Inspection Bowling Team Is to end the Maintenance items, open arms. Take it easy, fellows, and hurry
to print "Twosomes." Which still the number one team in the George Faircloth reports that one These rumors I've been hearing back. .
Iii'. reminds us, next week we have Assembly and Repair League.One ofhis dogs is very smart. George about ye ole reporter being mar- Sure is nice to see new faces In
. ';. another group for you, and a few of our inspectors, W. G. says the dog asked him last week ried and resigning sounded goodIf Engineering. Mr. Kolbe even has
r f'. tidbits that gtfow increasingly Williams, was a lucky winner In what day of the month It was. only they were true. his eyes open this time. (We're
I juicy. Stay tuned to this station! I Uncle Dob's Big Show last week. George answered, "it's the 18th." It seems that all the pep has speaking of the new badges, of
.", gone out of the Time Section-no course).
t. ;.' I Williams received a lovely lamp. Then the dog replied, "good, I
QOU ANT Nice going, eh, what? only have two days to wait for bowling parties or picnics any Bill Early's big happy smile and
: BEAT i'(I Jimmy Ross, yeoman for our the hunting season." Now we have more. What's the matter, gang? cigars could mean only one thing
REGULAR PAYROLL leading chief, has been transferred heard everything.In What's this we hear about your -little Miss Suzanne Early ((8 Ibs.
+ SAVINGS/-* ; to Operations. We're not mere- the Administration Division, foot HIeb? Are you sure it was 2 ozs.). Congratulations, Bill.
ly wasting words when we say Olive Fleming received a word Comdr. Fischer has a little heater -
we'll miss Jimmy. He was always from an admirer at Stetson, the to help them pick the dogs now ( ?) in his office now. Well
under our feet, but he was a good record being entitled "What are that the races have started. anyway, it keeps his ears warm.
fellow and a hard worker. Hope you doing New Year's Eve?" Oliveis The department regretted to "Brown Baggers" Olden and
I you will enjoy your new location, trying to think of an appropriate hear of the illness of Sadie Lamb are really something at
'Jimmy. However don't ask for record to return in reply. Britt's mother. Sadie will prob- lunch these days. They hold their
another transfer when you get How's about "The Too Fat Pol- ably be out the entire week to be Heads high, walk through the a
peeved at the opposite sex! ka"? home with her. And, in conclusion, la carte line in the Cafeteria, and
If all the oranges in Florida Betty Johnson had so much luckin it is reported that Captain Jones take their little brown bags to a
taste like the one Chief R. C. winning Coca Colas from the has received his orders. However, table with a table cloth. We believe -
v Druln was given the other day, he department wise boys on football we are glad to state they are : they get one Pepsi-Cola and
says you can give them back to games that they are begging her only for a few days duration to split itlWe're!!
the Indians. But how is a nativeof represent the station at a Navy glad to have E. M. Mo-
Michigan to know what par- wait until he starts on steaks! Transportation Conference in Pen- Hone, AM2c, with us now. Be
ticular orange was a "mock" or- I Glad to have Chief Martin J. sacola. careful of Chief Schasser, Mo-
l' ange. It was sour, wasn't it chief? Mayer back with \us. Chief Mayer Hone. He carries a lot of weight
Chief Stradley is discoveringthat has been confined to the hospital Said the toothbrush to the around this place.
you can't feed three as cheaply ; for quite some time and we are toothpasteIn Again it was pay day and again
as two! Well, anyway, it isn't I very happy that he is able to be a moment of delight: Jack Silver came in to pick up his
1 1 going to hurt you to lose a few on the job again. I'll give you a big squeeze check, but this time with good
more pounds, chief But the baby Hope you ail have a very enjoyable I When we meet on the br.dgo news Ho's back with us for keepsnow.
i Us only drinking milk now. Just Thanksgiving! j I tonight I Welcome back, Jack.

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What's that, you don't care for football? You

an't stand swimming? Skeet leaves you cold?
o eJk [It's no matter, you can still have your pick of a

dozen other sports! .

That fact was brought to light this week

u the Air News conducted a survey to determine -

C. i Just what sports were currently being e'
v offered personnel at NAS. While week after
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f-'roor9ALl r"w' .;:, week we've been covering these sports for our
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and sum up all the activity at one time. So our discoveries were

nothing short of amazing.In .

both the variety of sports offered and physical facilities, the Fr ?(

NAS Jacksonville Physical Training Department rivals the athletic ,
department of any major college or university. The instruction and

coaching is also equal to that of an educational institution. And not
only does varsity sports occupy the time and energies of the depart

ment, but heavy emphasis is placed on a well-balanced and compre-

hensive intramural program so that all hands can participate regardless -
.- h of special skill or ability.
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outgrowth of wartime training and conditioning. :Much work

had to be done to toughen up the bodies of newly commissioned officers

and newly enlisted personnel for the grueling tasks ahead

Stamina was needed to survive the rigors of war and the tempo of irS ..S 3r v a1NS4
service life during a period or war. To make this conditioning more llw ; ,

pleasant, and to supply needed relaxation for taut nerves, an active ;

sports program waa conceived. Great strides were made during these

war years, and progress continued since the coming of peace. Todaythe T 55.t .
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swimming, and skeet, there are basketball, lacrosse, boxing, wrestling -

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S oasebaU, tennis, soft ball, and bowling. In the intra-mural bracket, w ;

there are touch football, bowling, basketall, and, in season, Softball. z. aA
.. Judo classes are available to those who wish to study this art, plentyof

swimming pools and diving boards have been provided, volleyball

S nets are up for those who prefer this sport, handball and squash
courts are here, and archery ranges have been constructed. About

the only"thing missing is track. In addition, for those who like to get
< their outdoor recreation in the less :formal way, there is sailing and j)
rowing on the river and model airplane and model car meets held
on the station. V
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nere'a just too much goin' on P\
for the time of year! Weddings
"howE'ra. Thanksgiving.: Christ

mas, shippln. over talk, new unto .

form possibilities etc. S -a, -
Annie K. la now Annie VV aftera .5 S ;
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lovely shower, wedding, and re :'
ception. The shower held last
Wednesday nits in Topside x '
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Betty Rucker and Helen Kraus ;
are really efficient and the eve- t
ning was a huge success course fi R's
the punch Rosie and Foley made :

helped a.lot. The wedding went oft i : x y y.x
smoothly Friday nite (not Thurs- .
day, it, takes all of 3 days to get
the license, you know) complete
I with rice and kissing the bride

and the bridegroom too
Fact is, after a while the groon,
had on more lipstick than the a t a

bride did The reception was held aa
Mainside Lounge immedi

.the:): after the wedding. Thei 4.C '. S
plenty of wedding cake ano l .5 S,5

punch for everyone, and, after Y
being completely congratulatedand "".".''''''''''''''''';; /): 1'lnliJll! f.3III: i1it I'i& "''' -.. 'W ''$' lUll
"toasted", the new couple THE L1BLKTV-LO\1 SAILORS who did not attend the final
sneaked off quietly and haven't NAS boxing smoker of the current season missed out on the finest
been seen since! We hear that entertainment show staged on the station in many months (Top left I
the best man and maid of honor The highlight of the card was the melee among the four wrestlers fol-

gave them a free tour of Jack jowing their tag match. The grapplers threw pails of water chairs,
sonville whim lasted far into the and anything else moveable in the brawl. (ITop right) Eddie De- C
I nite. Shame on you Betty. core misses a left to the head of Mike Hernandez in. their three

I Since the Air News goes to round exhibition, no-decision bout. Both are members of the NAS
I press early this week. Wilma varsity boxing squad and put on a brilliant display of flawless
Boehm'a wedding and shower will sparring.. I Bottom) The most popular fight of the evening was w
I, have to be discussed: at a later when Angie Synodis hammered out a unanimous win over Bob e
date. We hope that everything Perkins, downing him countless times. Synodis is shown missing witha
has taken place M scheduled and left hook following a vicious right cross by Perkins. ''
that the chiefs are on their hon

eymoon. I Friday's Smoker Traditional

Things are buzzin' about the

WAVES Bill Some of the gals already (Continued from Page 1) Continued from Page 1)
have it all figured out as as well as one of the most rugged ,
to where to go on their shippin' the quartet could be stopped, two ground attacks in service football
over leave! And the talk about pails of water had been thrown today The team will either work

new uniforms can't you just about the ring, a chair had been out of a T formation behind the
see us with that new look and gently broken over Chris Belkas' usual balanced}. line, or else will
with an evening gown yet! What's tousled head two grapplers had base its hopes on Notre Dame'sold
this Navy coming to? been thrown, none too gently, in- box formation. <

RIGHT AROUND HOME to the laps of the timekeepers and Big gun in the Doughboy offense 'I
Signs of Xmas appearing Xmas the announcer, and the station is triple-threat Don Perody,
t presents being wrapped and gals band suffered a liberal drenching. a left halfback who handles almost R

painting pine cones are only a When the scramble was finally all the passing duties in ad-
preview of what's coming. Barb broken up Chief John Truax, dition to being one of the leading
McPherson and Lala Dermick are "Skipper" Edge, and Jack Vance ground gainers on the squad. He
in the of staged an exhibition of the gentleart also shares the punting duties
process discharged I
so they should be happy civ- of judo. Vance was the goat with Bill O'Brien, a speedy right
and first "Skip" and then Truax
I halfback.
ilians in time to spend the Holiday I
hurled him around the ring like a
It seasons with their husbands. Dan Seibert, a hard-driving fullback
Did have nice dreams sack of potatoes. Skip gave the and Frank Mitchell, a -- --
crowd a little demonstration which shrewd field general, will probably I
when sleeping on the wedding
rake! ? Jo Biea dropped hers on was aptly titled" "What Every Girl round out the backfield.The I Jax-Navy Basketball Team Is
Should Know Then Truax show- mammoth Benning line will
the way home, so guess she must
ed how to disarm an opponent. probably consist of Lutz and Hab-
:have slept on her stomach to cre-
ate the same effect as having a When it was all over, Vance wasa erman at the end posts Meier and Well-Stocked With Cage StarsThe
badly beaten and the crowd
piece of cake under her pillow man Groginger at the tackle positions I
still had the blood lust in its
eyes. Lymen and Ward at the guard
and according to an old superstition -
carried out at the shower With the stage thus set the slots and Tumlmlla at the center I future Jax- avy basketball five promises to be a
boxing matches began and Sol definite threat the
Ellie Hand is to be the next spot. i to All-Navy championship court crown
; bride be sure to let us in on Zwirn, 150, and Bill Dushene, 147, II The Fliers, after a week of idleness in the coming season as well}] as one of the top hardwood

the scoop, Ellie. According to a clambered through the ropes. Du will be in top-notch juggernauts in the entire southeast. The squad, working out
shene, a three-time loser in smo- tion for their big
postcard received by Schenley. ker competition, started out fast I season. With the exception game condi-I in the NATTC gym for the past three weeks, seems loaded
Helen Pachter is nice
a with a vicious two-fisted attack. with talent and promises to last crack
leave (Schen gets more mail Jensen. who is home on surpass year's outfit.
But before the stanza was over head Coach Former Jacksonville stars like
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than yours truly) After that exhibition -
of Judo Skipper gave Zwirn had taken command. He will field his regular Al Henningsen, Jim DeGroote, gers, are stealing the play.
last Friday nite the WAVES rocked the lighter pugster with first eleven. Buck Buntin, Doc Johnson, and And when the football season is
won't have a chance poor at gettinga looping left hooks and took a Harden and Anania will be at Ronnie McNay are all battling for over and Charlie Kerr, Jack Mancos. .

date Honest fellows, we unanimous decision. ends, Adams and Kerstein at tackles positions and having a rough timein Don Kuehl and many more
won't hurt Richard Beck, 126, took another Freeman and Parker at clinching a spot. Newcomers Bill come out for the team, the bat
It has you been proven that It unanimous verdict from Dick Eck- I guards, and Renfrow at center, Scott who played for Banana Riv- tle for starting positions will real

doesn't pay to clean too well for manian 127, after a surprising Hardy, Mancos, Beckett and Mc- er last season Jack Sherwood a ly become wide open.

Inspection Lois Miller and fight. Beck heavily-favored hada Quary will make up the backfield. star at Corpus Christi a season At the present time no official
Pru Rhodes got locked in their rough time solving Eckmanian's Thompson's charges have been ago, Russ Davis, Jim Carter, DickSevt'rans. head coach has been named to
rapier-like left hand but his experience all this week in Bob and Bill '
room while shining the brass! scrimmaging prep- Young, the squad is working out under
finally came to the forefront aration for the game. They will Gibbs all with previous seasons |j the supervision of Walter Welch
Every time Eckmanian leave the station either tomorrowor of service basketball orv. their led- and Bob Beaudreau. The two have,
WAVES Preparing would try a right cross Bock Friday and will return next j innovated a new practice systemto
would open up with both hands Sunday night. Jacksonville hoop hopefuls

Season OpenerOn forcing Eckmanian. to revert to cing from his stocky Air, Rail I stressing confusing passing plays.
&1r> his baffling: style.In away op- The main idea of the system
new !
I the third fight of the evening ponent for three rounds but Bib- (Continued from Page 1) ;
ler's powerful blows him the who find it an inconvenience to is to keep the boys on their toes
15 DecemberLooking Mike Hernandez, 143, and gave at all times
watching for at leastsix
travel downtown to for I
Eddie Decore, 141 engaged in a victory.The arrange balls which
forward to its season I very smooth three round no decision semi-final bout of the night, tickets and reservations duringthe the are being passedat
rpener on 15 December the exhibition. Both boys are however, was the one which really week will also find the office The same time.
schedule also' calls
WAVES basketball team is busy I crown holders in at least three stole the show. With his typical I a boon. for practice

polishing the rough edges off its I major amateur tournaments and aggressive style, Angie Synodis, Opened temporarily as an experiment I after scrimmages one look, the every night, and
spectators are
' fast-moving attacks The Eglin I both will be big guns on the NAS : 155, hammered Bob Perkins 165, the airline office will goggle-eyed. The five
Field WACS will probably be the i I varsity boxing team. They traded to the canvas time and again remain permanently if it proves of Buntin consisting

opponents, according to head coach short snappy blows, put on a throughout the fight. But he tiredin profitable for the company to keepan I Sherwood,, and DeGroote Scott looks Henningsen to be,
"Skipper" Edge brilliant demonstration of foot- the later stages and was unable agent here throughout the I the
,7 Working out every Monday, work, and held the crowd's inter- to put across the knockout week. Since it is known that both in other combination shape at present.No has .

? Wednesday, and Friday from 1000'to.1200 est at all times I blow. Perkins, always game, took military and civilian personnel of I been able to them--and yet
in the NATTC gym, the Aaron "Tex" Garcia, 126, kept at least five nine counts and a few I NAS frequently use commercial one of the other stop fives is any
I no push
sextette has shown great improvement his undefeated skein Intact in the lesser counts and, even after the I airlines for travel, arrangements I II over The balls
over the beginning of sea- fourth bout when he took a very : battering came back to land a I made at the station ticket officein the hci when seem magnetizedto
eon's practice. close decision from Dave Clarke few choice wallops. The win went Bldg 39 rather than downtown I ps any player
I fast his unanimously to Synodis. will help keep the office in opera- shoots and their paging is aft!
The squad will spend the next 129. Clarke was very on I I exhibition of
two weeks on fast, accurate pass-I feet, making the slugging Garcia In the final bout of the evening, tion. NATTC Naval Hospital, and i II ond amazing timing and teamwork.The split-sec.
Ing and new plays with the spotlight keep on the move the whole time. Joe Curry and Pat Patterson I all other personnel are invited to will
I its
I I squad
open seasonon
on "Laddie" Vladeff, "Boots" But Gareia's telling blows gave brought, a fitting climax to this : make use of the facility. 15 December Green
Harden and Ruth LeVere. This him the nod year's smokers, going three very I Jim Arthur, the airline repre- Cove against
fast rounds with Patterson gain- sentative in charge, will not only Springs on the NATTC Au-
trio has shown much promise onAe I The fifth fight brought togethertwo ditorium court. The will be
ing a split decision. Curry landed handle tickets and reservationsfor game
hardwood with their fast- evenly-matched pugilists
Baking attack. when Ernie Reiter, 136, and Earle some hard punches but the win- all airlines in and out of Jacksonville I the which first of sixteen home games
the Fliers will this
[ WAVES have a tough 28- Childers 135, climbed into the ner kept his head to outbox his but he will arrange rail- I play
game schedule this year combin- squared' circle Reiter landed hay- husky foe and take the win. road accommodations for those season.

ing the city league with some top- makers from the opening. .bell until who prefer that mode of travel
notch service squads The girls the final one, but Childers was OFFICERS' WIVES CLUB it was stated.Greyhound JrfCapin
finished last season with 21 wins very game and finished strong. The Officers' Wives Club will Bus Lines alreadyhas
and 8 losses on their record tak- The unanimous decision went to hold its regular monthly lunch- a representative in Bldg. 39 Sap
ing second place in the city Relter. eon meeting at 1300 Wednesday, to handle bus travel for service
league. Jack Bibler, 135, and Leo. Lu- 3 December. All officers' wivesare and civilian personnel of the sta Slxtn percent of NA8

. quette also 135, came through clrdially invited to attend. tion.Travel naval personnel are qualified
Said the THREE star general with a very fast and classy bout Reservations must be made not information may also be for advancement In rate. Nby
W the TWO star general, "Yen with Bibler gaining ,Ithe win. Lu j later than 2200. 2 December, at obtained by telephone. The ticketloffice' not 100 percent
'AVhAtTJTT'" quette was the better boxer, dan the "0" desk, ext. 8154. I t extension is 8119.


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... .. ,. Dane; Feast


Captain Jules F Schutneh. USN !
Commanding l .
For Goiidays .
Commander Robert P. Qeeb, USN
Executive : Thanksgiving i 19.1. aboard -
I TC will be a long remembered oc-

Lt. Paul F. Bradley, (ChC). USN i > ;. i I casion. The four holiday week will I'
: \
start on a traditIonal
Public Information Officer ,:' r I Thursday
Advisor to Jax Alt New with the even more traditional
I' t ;I Turkey feast Chief F W Pierceat

Editorial Offices for NATTC Section. Room 137 and 1... i:: I Galley No. 4 has announced the If!
Adminiitratlon Building 600A. T,l. !:xt. 208. ,:. menu which will start with Tur-
}. key Gumbo and include Tomato f
,, ,,
., .
Editor : Cocktail, Saltines, Quartered Lettuce 1
Robert J. \Vehllng. Sic Thousand Island
,s Dressing,
Sports FdltorMondschtin Roast Young Tom Turkey. Giblet '
L. D. SI. AOM Gravy, Sage Dressing, Candied

All Photographs are official U. S. Navy Photographs made by NAS f. Sweet Potatoes French Peas Hot
Photo Lab and "'It. Fund. School Photo Lab unless otherwise credited. Parker House Rolls, Butter Cran
: {. berry Sauce, Mince Pie, Ice

: Cream, Coffee, and Lemonade The
Chief also states he will be on
; hand to supervise the meal.
All hands will need conditioning
,.:: t to
,. ""'"" ''' really enjoy this regal repast, '
MARVIN SCOTT (pictured above>, his trumpet and his or- sometimes denoted as "Shipping b
chestra play a repeat performance for All Hands enjoyment this Over Chow" and therefore to help
Friday from 2000 to 2100. you get Into shape the Bearcats f
and the Wildcats will play ++. "* ._ e
ball game at 1000 on the NTW jb f

WHAT TO DO! WHERE T000! ; .THE WORD. Training Grjdiron., Mr.has Welch announced, of Phys that cal I t

there will be a band present In 1

AVIATION keeping with the Annual customof i
MOVIE SCHEDULE Turkey Day Games. :
Figuring the football
NATTC Due to our regular columnist being in sick-bay, becauseof the A.M and the tremendous game feast In :

WEDNESDAY-CRIME DOCTOR'S GAMBLE, starring Warner injuries suffered in our last football game, we will haveto in the afternoon, that should keep :
Baxter. Shows at 1730 and 2015. struggle through with a newcomer to the field of Journal- everyone busy all day. But-the
THURSDAY-THE PAINTED DESERT with George O'Brien following evening, at 2000, Fri
and Larine Johnson. Shows at 1400 1730 and 2015. ism.It's day the 28th there will be a
good to that football team through
'RIDAY-Crew' dance starting at 2000 to 2100. Music by say our came Thanksgiving Dance at the NAT
Marvin. Scott and his Orchestra. again last week with another win, though they had the TC Auditorium featuring Marvin
SATURDA1-THAT HAGEN GIRL, starring Shirley Templeand home-fold pretty nervous throughthe Scott and his Orchestra Young '
Ronald Reagan. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 201%. last half. Fans in the stands gals from local Jacksonville clubs
SUNDAY-LOUISIANA, with Jimmie Davis and Margaret Lind- were shaking from a combinationof BootJ will be on hand as dancing part
aay. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2015. the Bearcats surprisingly good new ners and civilian clothes are okayed
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-THE EXILE starring Douglas showing and a chilling wind. Our for this dance. Welfare] is pro
Fairbanks and Maria Montez. Shows at 1730 and 2015. Frank Leahy, namely Chief Bacig- .. viding refreshments and decora
WEDNESDAY OLD SPANISH TRAIL, with Roy Rogers alupo, seemed a little disturbed as NATTC Library tions and a good time is guaranteed
and Andy Devine. Shows at 1730 and 2015. he stalked up and down in frontof for all. Wonder how those
THURSDAY-RAILROADED, with John Ireland and Sheila the bench chewing on his lip. I Frances Parkinson K yes, who poor civilians can stand it on the
Ryan. Shows at 1730 and 2015. Watch the blood pressure Batch. has written several best sellers, outside?
But in the end the boys came I has a new historical novel-"Came The movie on Thanksgiving
THINGS TO DOABOARDt1 through, winning 19 to 12. Day is "The Painted Desert," with
The game had its bitter pill a Cavalier". This is the story of George O'Brien. Movies will operate
FLEETS IN-Open nightly 17302130. Bldg. 517. though, the aforementioned col- Constance Galt, an American girl on Holiday Schedule.
Sandwiches and snacks available.
umnist, T. P. Leanord suffering a working as a "searcher" in France .
BOWLING c alley la Ship Service avail- badly-wrenched knee and now after World War I, who met and _. _--
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, resting in the local infirmary married a French cavalry officer
170C-2130. League games have priority. (anything for some sack-time). -Tristan de Fremond. In the
NATTC LIBRARY Located In Auditorium. \1'e: also had another injury to one happiness of her marriage, Con-
Open Monday, Fuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to of our football players, this one stance becomes a self-reliant and
2100. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday after the game, as a certain gold- noble woman. Though the Second
T 1230 to 2100. en-haired young man injured his World War brings destruction of
ankle on his own front stairs almost everyone and everythingshe
That was just a few days before holds dear, Constance's own
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker!:, the scheduled Captain's Inspection, courage and steadfastness enable ,; r'

Physical Training Department, Bldg. 513 but Stud is really perking now! her to assure the continuance of '
It is with the greatest regret I a family and a.home There am '/
TlXXIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical that we announce that Mother no actual war scenes, but the impact -I
Training! Bldg. 513. Dungan was shipped to the (hor- of the war is there just the i 11 11I
ror of horrors) Salt Mines. Don'tbe same-mainly in the recitals of I

sad though, matri, the inspector the lesser characters, all of whom i
is still on the job and now are vital and unforgettable. i

Indoor Pool. Daily, Monday through Jt'lSWULUlXG that the ping pong balls have boon "Long Anchorage, by Henrv '
I found, we'll be using the playroom I Beetle Hough is partly about I'
PnJay-1300 to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100j; and
I whaling on the seven seas
Sunday 1'iOU to :J100] We had quite a week in the per- partly about the cotton mills of ,
sonnel changes, three of our stal- New Bedford Russell Ashmead I

BINGO KX.IJ: Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Shipt wart protectors ashore returned longed to go on a whaling voyage 1
from a tour of duty on Shore Patrol more than anything in UK' ,
.::1': rvict. in Snub Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Spon I
k ltd by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds for the Nur"crv. and the shortest man in the world but his father decreed .that
world went in to replace them. I he should stay ashore and man- '
Take it easy on him when in town, age the new Desdcmona cotton '
fellas, please! The three that returned mill. His father had also picked' 1
SALVATION ARMY CLUB, formerly at 122 W. Forsyth Street were Perry, Arden and out Russell's bride-but there' 1I
.. now loiateu l at 900 Liberty Street. 200 Bed Dormitory which includes T>.adeve Dalton. Then we had an I Russell had a mind of his own- '
locker and shower, $,50. A snack bar breakfast lunch anc; influx of new faces from Yellow and the story of Russell and I

abort orders served reasonable prices. Water, most were strangers, ex- Mary, the love they knew the i
iVULUL: IO GO AM1ORU: NCOS Club at Church and Newnar ,,->pt for the familiar face of W. T. problems they faced and the ,
Streets: Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays, 1200 to 2100 Robbins.We lutions they found are so-// '
Sunday 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdaysand also lost a, couple of old moving and satisfying A farmer boy decided to chuckhi.
Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. timers in Chief K. D. Young, and "How Green Was My Father"by .. hajiiiff chores and go to sea
our old standby J. J. Sennett, They David Dodge is a travel bookon "After all," he told his!!! pop
received their just rewards and Guatemala-but like no travel ""%ha t'8 hay_ worth aii>how' ?:
left for squadron duty in Norfolk. book you have read before. The '
I was pleased this week to know Dodge family, unable to get a i put it high on their list of fav \
% HOEI3YSflOFNEWS r that someone wanted to hear some boat or a plane, started driving reading.A 1
that In the Ur.
if our complaints about our local their automobile southbecausethey story opens i1"
$3.00 and $1.00 Ship's Service (no knew that Guatemala was States where Tom Jarrot gets Into
!'clatlon .to the 5c and lOcJ (and down that way somewhere. Everything trouble with society in general and
attention Cobbler Shop). Your they learned they learned with Marion Brown in particular
and ends in the violent beautiful
.f I regular columnist has had a little the hard way. They did makeit and
"Hollies the Hobbyist d !something' to say about that establishment with no broken bones, but you'll Central American countries
of Guatemala San
L I in the past and I give wonder! and "Salvador Is
him a pat on the back for his partIn And for the people who follow "The Terrified Society, by Hilde-
\ letting us bring our complaints boxing, "Within the Ropes," by garde Tellhet The third major
Christmas will soon be here, and if any of you have character is Carlos '
forward. Good work, Giz! Harold Rice, is a blow by blow account Marines a
been downtown shopping will know what talk- Central American
you we are I have totalitarian agitator
very little news on the of the heavyweight cham-
ing about. Your shopping problems can be solved right hereon Student Division, except that a pionship bouts from the 18th cen- and the story is a psychological

the base and there is no need to elbow your way through certain chief (you know who) has tury to the 20th. The book in- "Praise thriller at that is a good Mildred one.

crowds of last minute shoppers at the NATTC Hobby Shop. left his old stamping grounds to cludes many interesting sidelightsof McNeilly, is-the Morning"story of by Matthew
take command of Bldg. 421, but the sport, and the fighters from
for all the family and even for the best girl can be Steel handsome
Gifts a
{ he didn't bring his tower. Oh, Sullivan to Louis live and fight and Ruthless
I made at the Hobby Shop. Not I -- -- -- yes, I have a question. Who Is like champions. shipmaster, who changed the

I 1 everyone Is already skilled in the gifts for every one of your family that certain MAA that has his A book that has remained on course of nations in that dark hour
use of tools and knives but a skill and friends. Married" men can kiddies cleaning windows before the best-seller lists for a long timeIs when England stood ready to recognize
find plans for pla -pens and baby sunup? Now, now; Henry I could "The Garretson Chronicle," by the Confederacy-and then
at the Hob-
_ can be easily acquired chairs for Junior and with a little tell "you know who" that you Cerald Brace. It is the chronicleof recalled her decision as the Russian
__ by Shop under the supervision of I patience and skill the same tooled have been putting trash in his three generations of a New Navy sailed majestically up
the trained instructors on duty at leather purses that sells for such dumpster. England family living in a villagenot New York Harbor Two women
all times. I exhorbitant prices in town can be There is a little something in far from Boston. Young Ralph had a subtle hand in this
You can build that pipe rack made in time to find their way Into the air about another division par. I sets down his grandfather's life ment with Destiny- appoltl
you were going to get dad or that someone's Christmas vivid, red-haired, and of
stocking ty, yours truly is all for It and I briefly, his father's life more extensively -
humidor easily and inexpensively All in all the I I' background, and Loyalty Blal.. '
Hobby Shop can imagine the rest of you are too so and his own life in detail .,
enough right here on the base, and be a great aid for this Christmas, et's give out with some ideas, in an attempt to explain how daughter of a financier. This is a
in your spare time. Table lamps not only in the money that you then we can all got,; a few word his father came to-'choose his way colorful and dramatic novel bound
and end tables for mother solve can save by building gifts, but by in to make a bigger and better of life and why he, Ralph, rebelled to be popular.
that problem, or a tooled leather building things that are not avail- party. and chose a different life. It is a I NO: -DINGO- :: _
handbag or wallet should make able in the stores. Remember that Here's some news from Bks. 111 book concerned with the conflictof I The
\terkly at
I Illngo NATI'OI
any young maiden happy on the there are trained supervisors et'' on) high men in the last R'J'3duatI I Meas-a book that seems more Snug Harbor '
Yuletide morn. Designs for wood the Hobby Shop at all times for ing class. They were A. W Boat-I biographical than fictional Readers I I Navy Ui\e Club sponsored will not by beheld
work and carving and also forleather I the express purpose of teaching right, with an average of 85.01 ,II of blood and thimtlor fiction : this Thcrsday doe to
work are available in vou how to make these Christmas and F. H. Me Loran right on his i won't like this, hut thosp who en.- I Thanksgiving.Page .
abundance and thu are plans for [gifts. I hfi..Is with an 84 84 I joy Mirnutind 01 Sinta: ana will



; 16 November 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Poye Seven

.. Intramural Football .a Division Mermen IDEl1 CAT, HELLCAT TUSSLE 1

Ends With Two Games I Needed For Ship's I

Scheduled Next Week TTCefleaIs4ee Company Aqua Meet : x..

I s '
'a 1 Nr'T' Intramural Football The NATTC Ship's Company 45
Igo .to Its final stages of the Swimming Meet will start in ear :,
aslBBwith a game tomorrown : ly December, the exact date to be

Thanksgiving morning, and I disclosed by Mr W K Welch in I- ,
vo more games next week on the near future. This meet will be '
UeSday Wednesday evenings r run on a Division competition basis ; : }
H Competition has been keen the as it has been in the past. Di .
tyhole season with not a few surprises visions entering and placing m
>> and a season's usual sharef Congratulations to Wasco!!! He events will be awarded points to x's'
upsets injuries, and changes in is the proud father of a little baby ward the Captain's Trophy All divisions '
nanpower Only two coaching boy. Tyrrell also has a new boy are urged to enter a team q
hanges have taken place. Chief born on Hallowe. Tyrrell is our and all team entries should be
unner McCauley was transferred new storekeeper in the AEM "B' turned into PT. by 1 December
verseas, to be replaced as Head school. 1917.
oach of the TOA-TOB Bulldogs MR. BECK who has been work- The events are scheduled in the a.F .
y Chief Warrick, and Al Hen- ing on a book for many weeksis following order:
Ingsen's post as coach of the really missed around the ole 50 Meter Free Style
'EA:;:MAD-TAM Tigers was tak- school house. It must be good. 100 Meter Breast Stroke
ttby Lt. (Jg) Dameron early in Schmidt is the key worry man 100 Meter Back Stroke 5'S
season. in Class AE-1 They all have been 100 Meter Free Style

Meaxidrhile i, Bacigalupo: and Com- very anxious to learn the final results 3 Meter Diving
..pYr'"ft&"t' at AvFund continue to of their test thus far but I 150 Meter Medley I
ead jthe pack, followed closely Schmidt seems most interested 200 Meter Free Style Relay
[by the Bulldogs The contest next The past two weeks saw Wasro I The Division winning the meet

esday between these two outfits and Brobst swinging away in the will receive 100 points for the ... st
--- """ -- '""""'
should give us the long awaited station tennis tournament. Captain's Trophy that will be 'ji' iI& I"ij I
jjrftrcr as to who the winnerof Powell, Hughes and Quinn are awarded in January and also receive PICTURED ABOVE is a Bearcat halfback on his way around
Hkeague will be. Should Av- at it again. They represent this an individual Swimming Trophy the AV.Fund Hellcats' right end. The Bearcats came mighty closeto
Funl Jvln, they will be crowned school in the golf tournament upsetting the league leading Hellcats with their surprising I
Champions, but a victory for the which is starting next week. Good passing offense in the second half The Hellcats came out winners!
Bclldogs would put these two luck!! by a 19.12 score to keep their place at the top of the NATTC Foot
teams in a tie for first place anda Chief Frase seems to be working i LT. COMDR. L. H. REAGAN ball pile

playoff game would be necessary the boys so hard down tn.. HERE TO EXPEDITE PLANS
These two teams battled to building 516 that several have
a scoreless tie earlier in the sea- turned into sick bay FOR "OPERATION MM"Lt

son in their only previous meet- Pessillo finally turned in some I Hellcols \Vildcols teaIntrumurul
Comdr. L H Reagan. Liaison -
ing, but the Hellcats will prob- tools which he borrowed six
Officer between NATTC Jax I
ably go into the game definite months ago. I I 1
.. and NATTC Memphis, is back
The school is
favorites by something like a one very sorry to learn
_touchdown margin. The Bulldogs that Ch. Elect. Hill has received I I I aboard this activity for a short VictoriesContinuing
stay, complete with conferences, i
only loss came at the hands of the his orders. His short period of
.. TLT-TSD-TAS Wildcats two weeks duty with the school has been in preparation of moving this sta- --

I ago by a close 13 to 12 count. greatly recognized. Best of luck tion to Memphis in the early part I. in their victorious 1 lowed keeping the ball betweenthe
of 1943
Lt. Harlow and his Wildcats hurry back, Mr. Hill Mr. detached ways, the Aviation Fundamental 20 yard markers The Wildcats
Reagan was officially
an instructor in this I
have Justly earned the dark horse from NATTC Jax the first Hellcats won their seventh gameof finally broke up the battle of the
also is
for New- I
title of the league An unknown foundland part of November. His official Job' the current season in downingthe lines by intercepting a Tiger pass
in, few '
a Steve
quantity when the season started, days. is to expedite the Memphis mov- Bearcats by a score of 19 to intended for Miller on the Tiger
the says that he is going to grow a Hellcats have been tied I 37,
12 The
Wildcats soon let it be known Blumquist passed to Brown
ing plans, which is to be called
that they had to be reckoned wiih able long,to heavy keep warm.beard so he will be "Operation MM", (MM for Mem- once by the Bulldogs, while being I" on the Tiger 18 and on the fourth

The Hellcats beat the Wildcats Welcome aboard phis Moving). undefeated. down Goforth dropped into the
Miss Nellie
7-6 in a thriller early in the season Mae Before his detachment, Lt. As is habitual for Coach Baci- Wildcat backfield to connect with
who is
then in their last meetingwon Pinney's secretary. acting. as Mr. Comdr Reagan was OinC of the galupo's Hellcats, they Jumped into I I HoUlon in the end zone for a Wildcat

handily 20 to 7. The Bulldogsbeat I guess know that Chief Link Trainer School. an early lead that was enough to touchdown. The extra point
them on a field goal in their you win the contest and then went was not good and the Wildcats had

first meeting by a 9 to 6 count, bingo Quinn's this wife week.won A the few Jackpot days later in The captain of a sailing vessel scoreless for the rest of the day, the game sewn up at 90.
then lost out by a point after Quinn with was questioning a new hand regarding as the Bearcats turned in their Beard, Miller Hendrickson, and
touchdown in the 13 to 12 outing Hmmmmm pops!! up a birthday his knowledge; of ships best defensive job of the year in Graham again attempted to score

The Tigers nave been moving and the sea. After repeatedly receiving the second half. for the Tigers but the final gun

around a 500 average, winning The young reporter had been wrong answers, he asked On just a few occasions did TAF sounded' before the Tigers wereable"
some, losing some. Their main told over and over again that his in exasperation: "Just tell me this make any substantial gains in that to muster up a score,
trouble seems to be losing valu- stories were too long-winded. So -where's the mizzen mast?" second half, only tQ lose groundon GEORGE "IHOI1"-;- IT-

able manpower through graduation his next story came out this way: I "I don't know," replied the a fumble or lose the ball en- If-George Rutherford's
"J. Smith looked up the shaftat aspiring seaman. "How long has it tirely. The Bearcats were no more aren't careful, next parents
Lt. Emerson and his Adders and the Palace Hotel this morning been mizzen?" successful in their offensive threats i, know, he'll be sitting alongside thing they a

Chief Frase and his Bearcats are to see if the lift was on its- way after they had scored their second I runway taking in a burlesqueshow.
fighting a battle of their own for down. It was. Age 45." Sign In Machine Shop: If your touchdown early in the third quarter .
the cellar. The Adders Just recently J sweater is too big for you look The Hellcats scored touch- I The
vacated it after a long stay Advice to the lovelorn: "Don't out for the machine-If you'retoo downs in the first quarter and two eleven Mercedes, Texas, kid Is
only old, but that
by the Bearcats for sweater look out more in the second. Both Bearcat years
beating by 19 to keep saying .ou're unworthy big your doesn't stop him from at
7 in a surprising upset. Only the Surprise her. for the machinists! scores were via the aerial route least smoking
week before the Adders had played one late in the first half, the otherin one cigar a day. He's been
the Tigers to a scoreless tie. the third quarter. I puffing stogies since he was five
_. Left end Mountain, TAPs glue which in the parlance of educa-
Last week the Bearcats the ,, -
Hellcats plenty of trouble gave before ; 1 fingered end caught a 15-yard pass tors would be "kindergarten age."

losing by 19 to 12, In one of Av- ;!: :.r from Moffett and went 55 yards I "A fella showed me how," is
11 11i Georgie's
Fund's biggest scares. i downfield for the first score, Van phenomenon -
Besides the Bulldog-Hellcat con- Zant made the Hellcats second and His friend also taught
him the finer
points of
test Tuesday, the Tigers and Wild- third touchdowns on short runs. tobacco chewing
but he
cats vie on Wednesday to end the The first came in the second pe- only does that
riod, and the second was scored when he can't get cigars The only
season The
officially BulldogTiger : midway in the second period. i thing Georgie likes better than

too late contest to make played this last edition.night was '>::; A The Bearcats blocked a punt on I I rubber smoking bands.is snapping spitballs with

;' the TAF 20, then went on to scoreon
Then there was a Swede who a bullet pass into a waiting Someone had better take a hand
lived practically on the border ; end's hands in the end zone, Just in his education:
between Minnesota and Wisconsin before the half ended. i Someday, Georgie, jou'll find
For years he wasn't certain Another pass was good for the 'that in burlesque houses: cigarsyes
which state he lived Jn, and he ', -.' second touchdown, set up when a ; spitballs-no.

finally got a state surveyor to settle Hellcat pass was intercepted on .
the their own 35. But for two running '
question SEA AGS
"Lou live," the surveyor decided plays, the Bearcats passed every
"In Wisconsin" time, scoring on the fourth pass The seabag, an
essential part of sailors
play a equipment
"Thank heaven, said the Swede.
"No more of those terrible Minne- Wildcats Beat Tigers I through the years is being
z; Holden and Goforth, Wildcat modernized by the Navy.

sC1.'inters. nds, went all out for their team I Sailors no longer must labor to
blacksmiths had last Wednesday to score a con- 'scrub their seabags snow white.
finished heating a piece of steel version and a touchwon pass to I The new models, which have han.
and placed it on the anvil. beat the Tigers by a 9-0 score. dIes, and pockets for small articles
"Hhhhhhhhit it," said the first The Wildcats kicked off to the t are styled in olive drab and
to his helper. Tigers to start the game played on royal blue
"Wwwwwwwwhere7" the other the coldest day of the present season ; .
asked. S 55 Shivering fans saw the Tigers RINGING CLJMAK

"Oh, hhhhhhhhhell, We'll have fail to gain yardage on their first The delicate question who
to. heat it again now!" attempt and kick to the Wildcats' owns the ring after an engagement
.:.1',. J 35. I has been broken-was answered ,
.. Hockey Player (on phone) : "My The Wildcat team, sparked by'' recently California Superior -
;Mieon,' 'Jonas: won't be in schoolTeacher NATTC Welfare Sponsors i Blumquist, Brown, Reynolds and Court Judge Freund made the
today. aes! 111." i Reggins marched down the field to I decision with the backing of a set
', : ""Thank; you for call- the Tiger two yard line The Tiger of laws almost 2,000 years old

"Int.VJ1 Isthis, please" Model Aircraft Contest I : .line, reared. ,up, and_ threw the I He ruled that an engagementring
Boy: "''Ei g"Electrician" ,,',' I Lt. R. Gerstl, NATTC Welfare. Prizes awarded for this meet. Wilcat quarterback, marriage, and that Miss Bet.
; Officer, has announced that NAT- are the finest yet given for any I called for a field goal Blumqulst'j' ty Sinclair must return the diamond
TC will be host to all service activities model competition in this district. '
: "Take hold of the I held the ball on the ] ring or $2,500, to her ex-
end of one of those wires. Feel -in the Jacksonville area First prize will be a McCoy "60" forth, the right end, who came fiance, Russel O Priebe. As a pre-
anything" December 7th for a regional Model Engine and a "Supersonic" Kit, back to placekick the ball between !1 I cedent, he quoted Roman law,
Helper: "Nope." Aircraft Meet. This invitational the latter being donated by the the uprights, putting the Wildcats ; which held that an engagement/
Electrician: "Well, then, don't meet will be held at 1400 on the'',I South Eastern Distributing Co. In the lead by three big points |. ring was merely a symbol of troth.If .
to 1 the other one. It's got over NATTC parade grounds, corner Three additional prizes of High The Tiger backs, Beard and Mil- I the troth was broken, the ring
:5 volts" of Yorktown and Mustin Ave. I Speed Plane Kits will be given ler, vainly attempted to put across went back to its donor

Chief Brunn, head of the Hobby -, for contestants placing second, a Tiger touchdown before the half .
oJ Afr' What kind of lipstick do Shop, says that all planes entered 'third and fourth. ended. Beard connected with Miller I Radio announcer: "The Three
scale models and All entries for this meet, to the into minutes' silence
you like best on a girl? must be spon- bring pigskin deep you Just heard,
S2: Oh, it's Just a matter of they will be judged for appear- sored 'by the Welfare and Recre- Wildcat territory. The next Tiger I ladies and gentlemen, was not due
TASTE ance, take off, flight characteristics -I ation Department of NATTC must pass was intercepted by a Wildcat to a technical breakdown, but was
and landing with 25 points be in the Welfare Office, Building back on his own 25 to keep the I sent to you by the courtesy of
"Are you a Marine ?" allowed for each. Mr. Bob Reed, i 563, not later than 3 December I ball in the Wildcats possession for Noiseless Typewriters."
"No, I merely got my face kick- model aircraft instructor at the 1947. All hands interested in entering the remainder of the second quar- I .
ed in by a horse" NATTC Hobby Shop, will be the in this meet and whose ter.The She wa a gorgeous creature,
director for this meet Judges will models are not in tip-top shape I second half started with the lie was a doting male
They tell UK liquor all Mow I be pilots picked from the various can get help and materials at the j I Tigers receiving the kickoff on lIe admired her figure In English
poison, but who's In a hurry I activities that enter the meet. Hobby Shop I their own 32. A punting duel fol- And wanted to prove It In Braille*

26 November 1947
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Tomorrow the turkey M ,

king:, for his name \let
synonymous with
\) Thanksgiving But nn -S
stellar role will be played M1r3
on the chow trays i of
NAS sailors and WAVES dII
in the form of thick slabs .
of tender dflf*'tablmeat ,'
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White no special re. fp
hgious ceremonies ha\','

been planned, the station
chapels will be open
throughout the day 1'0" aYt

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Thank.givIDI'.t.: | t
fr': I Navy light i .griddets The .I 1 vH I .

; take on then I! u -
main, the P j i r :
Benning i Dunes: '

boys, over tit' ati
week-end and. t' "> a
the first time 111
O many year. the 1 I">. w
pals will play thent'
'nal I game It"v. ,I" h .y
snail hOI1\\"'

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as the cooks ran 1 1an'
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V them. At todaj: 's prices, the W' k: !
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mm rVouldn bo duplicated in town
ilf'r three dollars. Makes your mouth ; s:
at.-r', doe>*n't it"? .


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IIn the faces of thousand
tIt NAS personnel at noon S
Iza' miorrow when they g.>t
a sample of the traditional V
a 0L d l Navy Thanksgiving '
lay( dinner The menu
; features a real old-fash
caned family ,
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> Diinimg ion th, lulnla\ program, too, and station
and his Orchestra at the Thanksgiving
N ml sway to th,' musH of Marvin Siott
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