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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1947
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MARINES FiGHT 5 : N r b.a. PROGRAM FOR


FOR Lie C. CROWNCHAMPIONSHIP c .\ XMAS HOLIDAYS




GAME : ;S ,, EVENTS INCLUDE GALA

WILL BE PLAYED AT V
S -SM' -S PARTIES, DANCES, AND
GATOR BOWL SATURDAY : RELIGIOUS SERVICES

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Jacksonville's Gator; 1 '.(1\\ !
Although great majority
will be the scene of the .-> .- a
of NAS enlisted personnel
son's biggest servut- (' lId l
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will holiday leaves thU
game in the East! Satunl.i.\! enjoy
year, a gala holiday programis
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atUM-noon when the two( m.i: :
being planned for thoso
powerful Navy teamsa4< (u I ;
behind.
who remain
the .Mississippi i smash I liradmi"to ; Y h C ,
It will really be a merry Christ
decide Eastern Oi.mi-\
tho
mas fur thus on board Festivitieswill
pionship. Kick-off timo i \\n-, begin nearly a week before

... ,.thicruial; tilt will be J !"> Xmas with a colorful pre-holiday

"' two trams! battling-,. tl P dance at Mamside Auditorium

(i fifg t, ;o enter the All-Na\v tin-. with a big-name band. The exact
.. 'Atj/Sa'u/ L>iejo, Calif., on :20 I i I 1"- late and band has not :yet been

'ce/nber: ale the Quantico I' :r",. .- i ,... ., decided, but will be announced in
; + ,. aw another week or so. Holiday activities -
fund, the :Naval Air Training: (( "ii' R
stand All-Stars. will be: climaxed with *
hRI1 New Year's Eve party
One look at the rosters ""t :b.-. .Up
and dance featuring the station
two fltar-studded teams will m,< >
: hand and plenty of confetti an inoisemakers.
any football follower's h"td fun; vq
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in \\onder. All-Americans or !'' '
type and position spark !,.. -rhpowerpacked t But in between: will be many

clubs and the 1.1-1 M J other. notable events. High spot.
w ill be something to si-e. S\ mi the holiday calendar is, ofo'f.urst"
the Annual Children's
Quantico will base nmM t of ih.
< 'hnstmas Party which will l>,
ball-carrying duties on th'-' hI "5i.shouldersbf '.
and better than this
bigger ever
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Joe Bartos -> .tH'.r.} \ t -
back at the Naval Academv J l.i-t, t year Neaily .children will
r.-ceive" : gifts from Santa: Claus
year. Linemen like Bill Je.s.-e understudy -
I this year about 1.600 Navy chil-
to Dick Scott at Ai-I
d I' nand :350 youngsters from
napohx a season ago; Joe D"'loI' Ii II'
another Academy great, and mnn\ Jacksonville orphanage: ,
more will be paving the way !?i The station will assume a fr.-t
his long runs. 4 ) a, rxt ti\ ,> air for the holidays. Christ
Hut the All-Stars have th,-it \man) scenes will be pla.ceab.ut!

own bag of greats Such .stars i- he base again, and Welfare is
Boil] Hamberg, All-Amenc.in IVK ,<: purchasing 125:' Christmas tree.
Ht the Academy a few ;years bat k : : -k for distribution to the Chapel!. ,
J.u \lc McQuary, former All-Ani'r.- moss halls and barracks. Each
( .in and later professional fiilltnu\ k: barracks will furnish its own dec.
1 ),1\ a Barksdale, a regular fo tthiee orating! materials' and a prize will
years at the! University; ot! ___ .____________._.n__'.____..__ __mou.____n_ n____ he given the one with the prettiest
]North, Carolina and later at An- Til 1\1: 1\-.(, |\ | N c. ( Visit \\lll. >" .' in. Ml I h, !i. i ; i i .i, ;, .]1. ,' \\S tree.: A committee of judged:
nap 'I't >s ut t )}n' b 14: lt'! "I i 'I ,' r i -' I II I i \\ i '. i'' i "t. ,t. will make a tour of the barracks
,u.! e for All-American guard at <.'d! n".' 11 thc.r" t Ii i i -, .it 'll' :M\ i 1't"i i : \\ \\i i is! > l i 1' i : ,u, >r 1-- H i \ ,.it.tn.ir the week preceding Christmas to
I d'urjiia; Tech and countless others ".\tin ,1"\," hill In Mi./ l". i 1.; .'.1 I 1'I"! r r ,", ,1,1 .'._ ] iim" >t ,,, '' ,' !select the winner. A tree opposite
", ill be wearing the white jerseys' :jiiun).:.ir .. t .:'oi ,11 on th-' iliin-i 1. tun' ,M i Mi. ; I n i-. n I I : "'\. \\ ". :.t I I'u[> i \\'"",(I- the Administration Buildingwill :

i....A 01 Die\ All-Stars on Satlll'dHaft. :aid ;an111111: le, brought his \ nni.' : t t.i- 'ldl :,-' '\ Mi/ .1111 at th", 111' -..-, hall .t.- ni > \\I I:1! :: in the be decorated with lights
.. .. bitth to.t IIIII'J l ill"". b't! H'Chief's -.
er n.. "mn. t .ln !nlt.1l white -Iii' had KI\-M < which will burn throughout the
The Marines are currently riding holiday period and a "Merry
thirest, of a spectacular ten- Christmas": banner will be strung
urui.e: win streak. Their only loss About Two-Tl1iirds 01 N14S Enlisted across' the Main Gate to add hoi

\ is; suffered at the hands of iday cheer.
\\ Islington and Lee Universityc.itly While programs at most activities

in the season, and they will Personne Tokinq Holidov Leave were.. still incomplete( thiniiniimitvi
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I Song Will Aid CPO Club'sXmas I practically. deserted holidays;,over according th'1Cliristmas Undergoes Surprise Personnel And


Party For Unfortunate KiddiesBlind ; to by a the survey Jax just Air i completed Mows.- r Material Inspection Today By HAATC '

I About two-thirds of the sta-

and orphan children inn In past years, the CPO Club tion's enlisted personnel intend An all hands! Admiral's personnel rush developed at the barber

1 around Jacksonville will real- has made a practice of holdinga to leave Jacksonville inspection was scheduledfor shops, and long lines formed be-

]I'. be in for a big Christmas this year's end party for members, during one of the two leave all departments and units fore the cobbler, laundry, and
\. I a if Chief Storekeeper John V. their wives, and friends with the periods to visit parents and aboard the Air Station at 0900 tailor shops as personnel mada

Tli mpson 7th ND Headquarters money left in the treasury. But friends over the holidays, the this morning: on the mat area. Following ready for the event. In many ii*.
i > <.'' clerk has anything to say this year the members voted unanimously the personnel inspection stances, men got out the old iron
\ it. to additional fund. telephone survey revealed.Once to be boards those
:il- "it raise a material inspection was ing to give inspection -
T'i"' t-i-f.! :i .Mm r hand kud.,1'a:1 and use this total' amount for a again as! in the past, the made in all barracks and work- blues a neat pressing job.

i tit, 1:1': "i.i K'-ull' Orphcum, b'i,? party" for tmf<>r'tiiiHt' children majority of whlto-IiaU asked for ing areas with the exception of The inspection, it was learned,
IS\18 ii ..1 I oth-r il-knovvn: vaiiilf>vile| wno aught< othrr.vtsc be t'ig.itt''ii (leave during the first period an those activities attached to the wan not a special one but a routine

i tits, list-. turned| over 1OuJ. at C'hri--tniis, : tinii-. that they might be able to ait11l"umd j I Aviation Training Department inspection of Naval Air Station

i .s ('i( ln.-i 1.i! ; ,t song, "S"vcct- C'lv.-f: Thompson, :tout' s.-ivmg in the family '.tinner table on i| Announcement yesterday afternoon personnel by representative of
h I It t I \ ,.n \\ M' mi; for 1', \1' to !lie! fuiittti' rig. utiiit-i't. lia.s coin Christmas.! Hut its 1
t' ( 'P > < 1 Ib, ami tJn; pi.ifit-;; p"..,', I II I sitn;' ;.i He loft LI.! I i'l'a' for 311'r' h"r hoc d. ,. ot sailor* took everyone by surprise. Not Training. Such inspections haveno
I 11 '!111 th o't'' ill b! ,' u.. I tu J.Ilg h- hit" i ,tl u ill"" II.: .duty ona will deiKirl! t'tr then' homes to welcpmc expecting a personnel inspection I! conneation with regular Cap
iiid' PX n'j l fun I U for, tlie club loni-lv, iiiii, i 'uvve-a i'aciiu-" iMI dI : 1It.;Ul New Year in .r.. 'UlaritClontl. in mid-week, nearly all hands : tain's Inspections which are umuu

Xma* Kiddle-'Party. j j i during the war. ..1 I ...... .s sl girl, on .l'uge?3 j. I were caught off guard A mad ly held on Saturday mornings.
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DIFFERENCE; : : I Plane No Cure For HiccupsIf .- '"



', x.r M. S. McMichen of the District Publications and Print.

ing Office ever gets a case of hiccups, don't recommend steep

dives in a plane as a cure.

McMichen doesn't put any stock in the "thrill cure" .

any more, since it was tried with no avail last Saturday to

S S. S 55b ltd Ye.12e.! !hiccups of }his_daughter, Juanita. The pretty,
v *: young, long-distance telephone operator
S 'was stricken with the hic- completely undaunted, enjoyed the _
j cups two months ago and has wild gyrations immensely-but she
h been racked with them ever since. was hiccuping as regularly as be
3 '1P As a last resort before 'operating, fore.Photographers
Juanita's doctor approved a flightin and reporters J
a high-diving plane in an at- greeted them when they landed.
tempt to end the siege. The hiccuping Miss McMichen had
On Saturday afternoon, the wor- to be taken back to the hospital I
ried father helped his daughter, where her doctor announced his I
W3'A 1 who had never ridden In a plane Intention of operating on the phre II I
before, into a plane at the Atlanta nic nerve. The last word McMichen
A Municipal Airport and climbed In had, following his return to .
a after her The pilot, after climbingto Jacksonville Sunday, was that
., 10,000 feet, zoomed, rolled, snap- the operation seemed to have done I'
ped, and flipped the plane violently. the trick. <..
But all he succeeded In doing Employment of the unusual
was to make McMichen, who has treatment to end the hiccups
flown thousands of miles, slightly threw the McMichens into the
dizzy and almost sick. Juanita, national limelight. Pictures appeared ;
with stories In the Atlanta
-- papers, and nation-wide press.
services picked up the story, carrying -.
It over their wires to newspapers <<
Hospital r1 .., j
all over the country. Pop
pa McMichen is, of course, a little -
flustered by all the publicity.
Chatter All he wanted was a cure for
'Juanita's hiccups, and medicul
journals had recorded cases where
Lt. (Jg) James C. Decuers of hiccups had been cured by steep I
Westwego, La., reported aboard dives in a plane. There was noth-
for duty on 11 November after tng sensational in that-but the
completing a tour of duty with newspapers thought differently.
the First Marine Brigade on Anyway, Juanita seems to be
Guam. A graduate of Loyola t' recovering:: following the opcra-
and the L.S.U. Medical Center, h,' t "in But it would be a good idea
is getting back near home In an- ::1J kN not to suggest the "thrill cure" if 1
ticipation of his impending release Mirhen were to suddenly start
from the Navy Service. Glad to hu.\ upmg .
have you aboard, Doctor! .

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After the Thanksgiving chow
'we enjoyed, we humbly apologizefor _
all the unkind things we've said :
about Lt. (jg) Brown and his fellow -
"food mutilators" But wo I

think it significant that a few days I ,Vito. ,. ... ,_ ,, '" !
after our last blast, we had the
best chow In months. Could be TilE FRONT OFFICE at A&R, usually a beehive of activity, was strangely quiet again last Il>' Jean O' r'ant, Y2c .
that Thanksgiving had somethingto week as the station enjoyed a four-day holiday to celebrate Thanksgiving The above photos tak- Thanksgiving turkey and all ::1
do with it, however. en of the same section of the office show how bare the place looked during the holiday The top the trimmin's is just a memory, '
photo was taken last Wednesday, the day before the long week-end began. The lower photo was taken and since the long week-end is

Mary Winter and Kay Shaw of Friday. over once more, we'll settle downto
the Hospital Staff are still in the -- ----- --- ---- the ole grind until Xmas
hospital as patients. They both could eat; logeincr. The loatHe was i that: : is'! {""' ';l'' swear that they want out-but we decorated with flowers, fruit, and Dispensary Moves Into Lead The barracks was practically. :: /!" :

note they seem to be enjoying Thanksgiving favors. All the pa- deserted over the holiday except
things as they are. tients to be on hand for the big for a few miscellaneous piano '''+ .t
ass out of this little extra celebra- In Enlisted Bowling LeGgue pounders we're still waiting

Hunters? We have them in all tion.During for them to move that music box.
shapes and forms, whether It be the afternoon, fruit was The flashy Dispensary kegler ----- A gang from Club 103 went" to r
for snipes, ducks, or what have delivered to all bed patients and squad took a two-point lead In the All-Stars visit former member Vivian Metis.:,, a,4". ,
you? It seems that Andy "Bring all the wards by the Red Cross enlisted. men's bowling league this A grand time was had by all ?'f"

'Em Back Alive" Bonizzi, after workers. ass week. Following close which behind them (Continued from Page 1) Fran Free took up huntin' and '
waiting for approximately an hourin was the CPO Club drop- fishin' In her spare time and she
the swamps in back of the hos- On Thanksgiving night, a big ped the lead to the Dispensary probably be the favorites when Was more surprised than anyone
the In the No. 3 i the whistle blows to start the I
party was given in RecreationHall early in the week.
pital, equipped with a burlap bag'Bnd when she actually hit a sparrowand
for all ambulatory patients spot was the ATU No. 4 team, fracas.Quantlco's.
that fish! Mitchell
a flashlight, reports we I caught a Mary
remaining on the compound. just three points behind the CPOs. fast-moving back-
clickin'the
are fresh out of snipe. The duck spent the whole week-end
55 field will consist of Jim Flores, a
hunters are two swamp rats In Here's the way the teams lineup shutter don't know how
the guise of Chiefs Allen and Let's loosen up and fly right. after one month of league play: former Southwestern Universitystar the shutter-bug happened to bite
It's dance time again! All who is an excellent passer anda
Jones. How and cold did patients sudden.
deep you Team Points Bartos whois Mitch all of a
better field general, ,
be hand for the
find the water in the bogs, fellows on big Wilma and Russ Keinan are,
32 Dave
smart
monthly Red Cross Dance-'cept Dispensary fast, strong, and ,
by now, an old married couple. We
this time It's the big Christmas CPO Club 30 Schmagle, a shifty back who
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Rainbow from ATU No. 4 27 works well with Bartos, and hear that the wedding was very
dance. The girls
II. P. Fields, PhMlc, seems to nice and more chiefs you '
VA No. 4 24 Dave who
Jax will be out and the plunging Barrington,
good jive
be doing right well operating his A&R 24 lather I never did see! Congrats to the k
will be furnished by the orches- would run over opponentsthan
Sip and Bite Restaurant, locatedin 21 them. newly weds and may all their ,
tra from Malnside. Last, but not Supply go around
Dewey Park. The boys are buy- "blues" be tailor-mades. J
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least refreshments will be of T formation
good Working out a
Ing his hamburgers and milk, RIGHT AROUND HOME i
served .t Intermission. So Photo Lab 14 these backs will be running behinda I )
with no cases of food poisoning ATU No. 10 4 Xmas is bustin' out all over .
down brilliant forward wall which averages -
come on grab you a part-
cropping out as yet. Is it recom- Boathouse 4 121 has a Xmas tree; maybet Lillian -
mended by Duncan Hines, Fields? ner, and 1'es dance and really get ATU No.1' 3 close to 200 pounds. fixed it early for Duke. Jo ,
into the spirit .of. *Christmas. Inspection 1 The All-Stars will be as strong, I Bies kept telling us that Harris
Dr. Lyons is about to tie the If not stronger, than the Devil- was just giving her driving lessons
knot on the 6th of December witha Ban Civvies at I dogs at game time. With a back- :, now try to convince "
young lady by the name of Elaine field maae up of Barksdale, Ham- us that he came all the way from
Wiland tom Lewistown, Anchorage DancesThe Plan berg, and Jax-Navy's touchdown Charleston for another lesson! ,
Pennsylvania. Who's going to of wearing civilian twins, Jack Mancos and Jack Mc- II Mary Rasich is having trouble
wear the pants in the family, ; clothes privilege to dances at the Anchor- I (Continued front Page 1) Quaiy, head coach "Tuffy" Thompson' with her dates and her work
Doctor? system should be at its best. 'schedule when will that
age was cancelled this week in : week, the Naval Hospital and I poor
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And to make matters even better
little from the Office -
Station Memorandum No 5947. NATTC are also expected to offer I' boy Chaplain's
Free wrapping service! All pa- II With an expression of regretfor special holiday calendars.The backs like John Hansen of Pensa- hit the right evening? Pru.
tients interested in getting Christ- the necessity of prohibitingthe I CPO Club is staging its own cola, John Beckett of Jax-Navy, ,I Rhodes not only gets locked in
mas packages wrapped bring them wearing of civvies by enUst-1 Kiddie Party for underprivileged Bernie Goehring of Pensacola, and 'her room she managed to
to the Red Cross Recreation I many more are ready to jump into locked In full of
over ed personnel with guests, : children and other, holiday affairs. get a building
Hall. This service will be rendered mo stated that the privilege had The "0" Club is planning a num- I the breech at any emergency. men!
starting this week and will extend been abused and "practical proo- I ber of holiday events, too, but is Thompson has such a surplus of I FLASH! We hear that one of
until Christmas. The hours lems connected with necessary' not ready to realese its plansas I backs that he moved Havey Hardy our former WAVES Betty Ken-
are from 1000 to 1530 dally. Paper supervision necessitates cancella- yet. from the quarterback position to nison, has gone and dood it. .
and cord will be left cut later for tion." I his old guard slot. It was at this 'Gotten married, that is. It happens .
in
services
who to their own. Religious keeping position that Hardy gained his in the best of families, it
those care wrap It was also emphasized that scheduled I ,
will be
with the holiday ,
fame and he should be right at
Don't gals. ,
authorized for seems. give up hope,
civvies are not and It is expected that Christmas j
home the Mar ines.I .
and entertainment in the against Just remember is I
Fun dances at Mainside Auditorium. music I next year Leap
carols and other holiday
Red Cross Recreation Hall tonightat I A surprIse starter in the big Year! I
will be played; over the station'spublic tilt is John Pawloski, formerly a
1930. The Eulaie Haas Dan- 'The outstanding cooperationof ---- Il
cing School from Jax will be fea- all personnel-officer, enlisted, address system; during the substitute end on the Jax-Navy guards, and Dick Floyd at center.'J.'he .
tured. and civilian in the recent I holiday. eleven. Pawloski has been a great backfield will more than like
Jacksonville Community Chest Shoppers will find all kinds of defensive wingman all season, and ly include Hamberg, Barksdale,
All patients are Invited to come Campaign is extremely grati- I merchandise suitable for Christmas an injury to M. C. Harden gave Mancos and McQuaryi .
down to the Recreation Hall Mon fying. Indicative of the firm be- gifts at Ship's Service. The him the break he needed. i Once again servicemen in uniform
day night at 1030. Mr. Derrickson lief of every contributor !in the I store will be stocked with nearly I Coach Marvin Stewart of the will be admitted free of
from the S.A. USO will be out. worthiness of the cause! is the half a million dollars worth of Marines will probably' start Ernie I charge. Other tickets will be on
Come on down and let us help you fact that our goal of $5,000 not I articles which will make excellent Hargett and Mike McEvoy at ends, sale at all Ship's Services Don-
pass that "ole blue Monday" night only was achieved but was ex- gifts, the Ship's Service Officer Clement Thomas and Joe Donahueat aldson's, and Duval Jewelry at
away. ceeded. i I said yesterday. Holiday mer- tackles, Pat Boyle and Don $2.00 for reserved seats, $1.10 for
..5. "My congratulations to nil chandise has been arriving at a Bazemore at guards, and either general admission, and 60 cents
Ward D-l had a special Thanksgiving persons and participating agen- rapid rate, and most of it is go- Bill Jesse 01 Dick Lubs at center. for chi'!th':n. .
dinner all its own on the cies whose .efforts in the conduct d ing on the counters upon arrival Ills backfield will probably be ------..+--
wrrd. The fellas on the ward had I of the campaign facilitated I There is a good selection of Xmas Flores, Bartos Schmagle, and The Jacksonville sailor died "
as th"ir invited guests Miss Edith the fulfillment of our obI I cards and wrapping materials: Bantngton and on arriving at his ,eternal .
Ot. Miss Lena Beck, and Mrs. 1 llgatlons as shareholders In UK and, in addition, the Rod Cross is Thompson's fiat: elc';en will !home remarked to the gatekeeper. !
Frances Terry from the Red Cross Jacksonville community." providing a free wrapping service probably consist of Bob Gauldcn "I never thought Heaven wouldbe
Staff. A big family style table RALPH DAVISON there. The store will be decked and John Pawloski at ends Ben ro much like Jacksonville.! "
was ret \'!' in the middle of the II Rear Admiral l, USN. I I I in holiday dress throughout? the I(I Adams and Ray Smith at tackles, The man at the gate replied
w i. th natients and guest _'_ : pre-Ghrlftmas' 'Chopping season. :Harvey Hardy and Bill Parker at simply! "This isn't Heaven"

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J : a ow V V f ; ,$, $ 4'aa : Heekdajs; -1730 and 2000; k.entls-U30 and 2000.
V THURSDAY

dy" "ON THE OLD SPANISH FRIDAY TRAIL," with Roy Rogers.


DANCE, Station Band Starts at 2030.

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY"SO
r WELL REMEMBERED," featuring Martha Scott.

J ''V MONDAY
"PIRATES OF MONTEREY," starring M. Montez.

TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
''THE ROOSEVELT STORY," with K. Lynch.

.- THANKSGIVING DAY was-t ppdt with a Crew's Dance at Malnside Auditorium last Thursday THURSDAY
t evening. The dance, featuring Marvin Scott and his orchestra, drew a large crowd of holiday-I "LONE WOLF IN LONDON," starring Gerald Mohr.
merrymakers bent on starting their long weekend with a bang
JUNIOR OFFICERS; AUDITORIUM
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1 A&R Touch Football Squad Is I TIGERS SCORE THURSDAY dhows AND start FRIDAY at 2000


j Victor Intra-Mural League I FIFTH WIN OF "ESCAPE ME NEVER,"SATURDAY with Errol Flynn.

__ "LONE WOLF IN LONDON," featuring Gerald Mohr.
A&R touch football team mem- SUNDAY
bers were officially crowned and no losses. I THEIR SEASONThe "MARK OF ZORRO," starring Tyrone Power.
champs of the intra-mural league I While the boys on the A&R MONDAY AND TUESDAY"SO
. !r when they trounced the VM squad squad were looking forward to receiving I NAS colored football eleven WELL REMEMBERED," with Martha Scott.
46-0, on the Mat Monday evening. I Ii their gold football awards brought Its season record to five WEDNESDAY
i This victory gave them a perfect it was still undecided as to who and three last week at Gaines PIRATES OF MONTEREY," featuring M. Montez.
I record for the season, seven wins II will receive the silver ones. That : ville when it pinned a decided 19-7 THURSDAY
-------------- --- will be decided this week when' defeat on the Lincoln Academy "THE ROOSEVELT STORY starring K Lynch.
I Supply and VSB finish their sched- squad before 500 fans.
TICKETS FOR KIWANIS uled games. Right now, Supply ia Johnny Plaskett bruising left OTHER EVENTS
GAME AVAILABLE HERE in second place with five wins and halfback, once again led the Tiger
one loss, and VSB is third with attack, plunging across the goal BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
Reserved seat tickets to the annual four wins and one loss. So second line twice during the game. The JMODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913 open 12002400.
I Kiwanis charity football plane is still a toss-up between other tally was made by Jim Club meets at 1900 Wednesuaya.
these two. Bess Bobby Gault also broke into MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
game at Municipal Stadium are A&R is the only squad In the the scoring column by placekicking Fridays.
now available on the station. They league which has completed its the extra point.
PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
1 may be obtained from Lt. Comdr.W. set of scheduled games this season Lincoln's only score came in the Thursdays.
All other teams have either
M. Bliss at Building 907, exten- j two to waning seconds of the first half I IlOU LING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
one or games yet play.STANILN
Ion 402, during working hours. I I when three passes brought the ball No 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 to 2130.
'GS But the local I
The game to be played on 12 to the Tiger one BOXING For information regarding workouts contact Lieut
I Team \\'on Lo..tA&R held
wall and for
December matches Lee High I forward dug in Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
7 0 three plays only to have the 1500.
School of Jacksonville and Med- Supply P. 1 shrewd Lincoln: quarterback cross
MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
ford High School of Medford, VSB 4 1 them up on fourth down with a
I the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
Sea Hawks 4 2 short for the score
Mass. pass their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep-
NATS 3 2
Although reserved tickets are Marines 3 3 Bobby Gault and Bob Holmes I tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho-
stood out on the Tiger attack i
the only kina available on the OperatlCns 3 3 throughout the game, making nograph available for use of all hands.
base, general admission tickets Ord & Gunnery 2 4 repeated gains through a vicious I LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Malnside Recreation Build-
will be sold at the stadium the day Post Demobe 2 4 Lincoln line In fact, line-play : .ng No 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
1 of the game. Reserved seats are Parachute Loft 1 4 dominated the clash, but Coach I from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
I $2.00 and general admission is Commissary. Store 1 51 Robert Justiss' forward wall came ; MV1MMLNG-Indoor Pool Daily Monday through Friday-1800
I $ .50. __ __ I VM- 0 5 through with flying colors. ''I to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300 to 2100
-- --- Led by Jim Fuel, a 215-pound GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-
,t YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough tackle, the whole forward wall day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
smashed into almost every play, trunks prohibited on Golt Course.
y the Lincoln dead ANCHORAGE" :-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
gridders
stopping
s l 1RInSIDE uo TaAium ; in their tracks. On offense the Ti- rd3 and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason

gers finally hit their stride in the Field.
?3Yi second half when two sustained TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available atthe Physical Training .
5y drives gave them the ball game. Building No. 726.
The Tigers totaled 278 yards, AItCII1UY-Club, located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800to
P both on the ground and through 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
the air, and racked up 19 first Everyone welcome.
downs throughout the contest. NURSERY-SporuorEO by the Navy Wives Club In Bldg. 1101.
Lincoln made only 76 yards Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2400; Saturday-0700, to
through a battling local defense 0100 Sunday morning Rates Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
; nt1 and only seven first downs. for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
Coach Justiss of the Tigers will and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-?1
/ 9 4y c : -'F' pit his team against the Jackson- tom 0700 to 1800. .
ville Bears Sunday afternoon on
L Ifd the mat. It should be a very close I About leaves.
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battle, both teams being in top- The Marine Barracks here reported -
6 f. b+' b notch condition that it would work on the
C h e (Continued from Page 1) same basis as the Navy over the
surroundings.The holidays, granting leave to ap
K Stamps RequiredOn survey, conducted among proximately 50 men in their complement -
as most NAS departments, showed of 156 leathernecks.
Personal Mail that out of an estimated 3,072 Out of approximately 1,659 men
After 1 JanuaryThose enlisted men and WAVES, 2,253 in the various squadrons attachedto
will take l leave. This number includes the Aviation Training Department
letters to the folks back many personnel whose regular an estimated 921 men will
home or to that special gal will annual leave overlaps the take leave. Supply Department reported .
I require postage on and after 1 first period. that out of the 140 men
January 1918, it was revealed this Many of the departments con- assigned there, requests from 60
week in Station Memorandum No. tacted could only estimate the sailors and WAVES have been
60-47. number of personnel who will forwarded to the leading chief.
The right to mail letters postagefree take leave, as they had not com Of the 93 men attached to he
granted to servicemen at the pleted processing of all leave requests Inspection Department, orly 36
beginning of World War II by the Because of this, the fig. will be on leave over the 14-day
77th Congress, was terminated in ures may not be exact, but they period, and from Public Works
a law passed by the 79th Congress give a good idea of the percentage came the report that only 10 out
"Is this seat satisfactory, sir?" in its last session. of men who will take holiday of a possible 72 have put in leave
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K ST STALEMATE By;;-rold Jones, 81- Plugging; Along -I announced The A&R that personnel sixty department percent of

the enlisted men assigned to Assembly
'.\ f ... iI'G' I" '"'" and Repair, approximately
r:, ; ': (,....,.: 11> d, ; : 465 would not be on hand over

i t +;. jljr. '.'l( the holidays.
;
; "M The Commissary announced
<
:-- I that its whole complement of 108

men would be given leave, Si over
_ Christmas and 54 over New
Year's. And Physical Training and
Welfare said that out of 91 men
?2 would. take leave,
Two other units also made an
estimate of the leave situation.The .
Personnel Department is
A granting leave to 68 out of 73
:: ( 1 men, and the Executive Depart

:, ment is granting leave to 25 out of
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. 'J'fl >X-=f\W4$1f5 I : 2' Permanent WAVES It's A Tough Life By Sleeves

,, (SEA)-: In anticipation of enactment of

Editorial OmeN legislation authorizing* the enlistment and

South Wing Loner Deck Uldg. 930 appointment of women in the regular Navy -:- -

Telephone Extension 8181 BuPers, Circ. Ltr. 220-47 announced tenta-

Arthur &L Greene. Editor tive plans and policies. The letter, .officials ,

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the point out, is merely a "letter of intent" and .

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and proper directives will be issued after the

printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at passage of such legislation.

no expense SecNav to Circular government Letter 45-1918 and In dated compliancewith 12 December Women of the regular Navy will be rotated -

1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat on duty between districts and com-

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical mands within the continental US and selected .

Training Center the Headquarters of the Naval overseas bases. All laws pertainingto
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ot
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air pay, leave, money allowances or any ben-

Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Kapge efits of male personnel of the regular Navy

And the U. S. Naval HospitaL will apply equally for women personnel.

Rear Admiral Ralph Davison However, husbands will not be considered :

Commandant. Seventh Naval District dependents unless they are actually dependent 1 r ,
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training 1
upon their wive for chief support.
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth. USN, Commanding
Jacksonville Naval Air Station Women in the regular Navy must have no ( -1

children under 18 of must :
They
Captain Jules F. Schumacher. USN, CommandingNaval years age. I ,
/ ,
1
Air Technical: ,Training Center be between the ages of 20 and 31, have + 111 1 !
1 t,
Captain C. M. Stharr (MC). USN. CommandingU. two years of high school or business school i'' -

S. Naval Hospital education, be a citizen of the U. S. and must 1 +j'Ii !1
1c + 1 1
Captain F. W. Prlectinan, USNR Commanding meet physical requirements as prescribed by ,., } (1 I/ lI 1 1 / It I/ ) 111/ 1 / !/yr r)
Unit r ( lt'ui' ( '
Naval Air Reserve Training
BuMed. Marital status does not affect elig- / 4fi .

U. CU. T. C. Moore. Jr., USMC, Commanding ibility. ""Ili t t l 1 f .
Marine Barracks : ; t ; I
( l //1 ((1 iAlp
Continuous service and broken service I 1 / ll ,1h1 /1 I ) ,

Captain C. S. Cooper USN Commanding conditions for enlistment in the regular 1' t 1' / I / ) / 1 I 1 '
Naval Auxiliary; Air Station. Cecil Field 4IIt ,I,4 i 1 /' l.I't /1//I'V rest
Navy will have a three-month dividing line.
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn. USMC ''Where's the Parachute Loft?"
Marine Aviation Detachment Continuous service enlistments shall be for
T.>e JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Association mar
Urial. Republicat.cn of credited matter prohibited without a term of two, three, four or six years. All I
permission of SEA Washington 26, D. C. Republication of any other women will be enlisted for a term of
cither matter except by service publication, is prohibited I I Commel'ci BuUeiibmI
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEW three, four or six years only. Voluntary extensions -

of enlistment to remain on duty I Hulletln \\lbe\ accepted until t.]>iu>e has been filled, but no

Six Years AgoWith until 30 June 1948 will remain_ in effect. i later than 1000 Tuesday. };at. 8230.

i FOR. SALE GueM-*l/e cottage Combination thing
rumblings of war sounding in many aRfrjfcgfcgg r*** room and bedioom Small kitchenette
1936 Indian Chief. Good Fully fUI nhiht'd. Convonlenl to
corners of the globe and the peace treatiesof S3&* *> *> Asuns -rNeu dition See at Electric I shnonfHcu ; NAS. Phone Green Cove Springs.
I Bks, "E", Schobert. 4311 2951 Gustafson
or
\\'orId'ar II as yet still unwritten,
1942 DeSoto custom built four-door Five-room house $85 per month. Ph.
America will mark the sixth anniversary of sedan. Two-tone tan, fluid drive, 4-20P8, Dawlsgy
: urxlVieuss f ntohK radio and heater tires like new. Will share Lake Shore bungalow with
its entrance into that war-the Japanese assault ro Good condition. See or call Pat service" ( couple. Electric kitchen, ulil-;
on Pearl Harbor.It Murphy, Dldg. 425 ext. 275 or phone ties furnished." Phone 2-3245 MI'!!. L.
82918. D.
will be six years ago Sunday that the 1947 Buick four-door sedan. Less than Rhodes.WANTED
treacherous stab in the back took place on v 2,000 miles. See Rannedan\er, Bldg. Ride to N. Y. on 19 Dec! and returnon
521. ext. 241. or at 3422B Dewey 27 Dec. Will share expenses. 13.
the Navy's mighty Pacific bastion. It will HITLER'S STANDARDI Park: Annex teeeW k houii. M. Andrews, ext. 446.
1947 Crosley. $650 equity I for $300. Couple to share expenses and driving
be six 7 December since the
years on peace believe Adolph Hitler was the practical Perfect nli1ro Phone 7-5586, Potter to N. Y. Leaving!: 20 Dec. and returning -
and quiet of a typical American Sundaywere physical embodiment of the philosophy way.Ride about 4 Jan. Ext. 546. Gteen-

shattered by the hoarse and excited 1938 Taylorcraft A40-4. Two doors from Lake! Forest to NAS.
taught Fred Nietzche. Because I
by disagree
good brakes, just overhauled and li Working hours 0745 to 1630. Lillian
announcement over the radio loudspeakersof with Nietzche"s philosophy and despite Hit- censed. Sell or swap for cash or mo- Graham ext. 8266 or phone 5-80C4-J.
the nation that Japanese planes torcycle. Chief Blows, Bks. 51 or Three riders to Birmingham, Ala.
were
!
ler's methods I found it difficult to read either Link School. Leaving 20 Dec, returning :3 Jan.:
raining bombs on this American outpost. with proper detachment. When I did, Baby buggy, $15. Excellent: condition, Non-stop. Cavaway, ext. 763.
used only four times. Small electric Four passengers to share expenses to
Although America has not been given an I learned with some surprise that Hitler had washing machine, two-sheet capa- N. Y. and back. Leaving first I Xmas

opportunity to forget this dreadful and some excellent advice to offer. For example, city.81434.Chief Pugh. ext. 729, or phone Bldg leave 168.peiiod.: room Non-stop.:20, ext.; Lt.293. But sik,

costly war since its repercussions have been his standard for a good soldier when prop- Folding baby buggy. Ext. 312 Chief Home for six months old kitten. Free.
Frase. 3210B Blair SI., Dewey Pal k. Slejster, *xt. 692 or phone 75263.Furnished .
far it has important
so reaching forgotten one -!
erly interpreted, is unparalleled. He said a oil house or apartment Imme
three-burner large
Enameled range
lesson. That lesson is the one on good soldier must possess four character- roomy oven bassinette with legs and One diately.or two-bedroom Lt. White furnished ext. 253. house.

preparedness. There can be no denying that istics : hood, bathlnette Shoo-fly child1 Will occupy between 15 Dec." and 26!
2-8764 Montalgne.
Phone
locker.
this country was caught napping that De- First-lie must have a trained mind. 1947 Leonard refrigerator 7 cu. ft.. 8- Dec, Call 6 and ext.8 688 p.m Abercromble. between

cember morn despite all indications that war How vitally important that is to every ;young piece dining high room chair,let three, leather felt' mattresses upholstered Small officer furnished and wife house, no or children.apartmentfor Lt.

was imminent. And there can be no doubt person today. Society is constantly demand- beds. .Elfrlng.double 133 bed Cumberland and two single ltd. Jlar"ell. Air Base Motor Courts,

that our defenses are again being seriously and academic suite, alr-compiessor and Cabin No.7.
ing more more training of our Living room Ride to N. Y. on New Yt'ar's leave
weakened by economy drives and other youth. No one will have a trained mind, however Hollywopd spray gun.bed J. M.Inner-spilng Bailey ext.: math 763.us. shod. Will share expenses and drlv
Ing. Ext. 8219 Connor.. BMlc
factors.It who does not have a genuine thirst for box spilngs. Used six weeks. Perfect Victor One passenger to share expenses to
condition $65. Portable RCA
took four long, gruelling years to knowledge. The provisions of the G.I. Edu- battery radio, complete with new Ing Michigan.4 Jan.Leaving Martin, 19 ext.Dt'C"285. return-

push the Japs back across the Pacific and cation Program, as fine as they are, can Dewey battery Pal Loftus.k. 3531A Craven St.. Two ment or three-bedioom furnished or house unfurnished or apart.

the Germans back across Europe, a period never help the man who refuses to apply Crib and mattress excellent condition Near NAS no pets, no shaie. Will
price reasonable Mis. Jaslelum pay up to $100. Phone 2-3532 Lt.
which might have been sliced in half had"we himself to learning. ext. 8273, or 1220A Hancock St., Barker.

: been ready. Many experts feel that the Second-He must have a strong body.If NAS. Two riders olny to Trenton N. J.Leatin .
Full sized mahogany bed with box
conflict might even have been averted en- a man is to make his way in any endeavor, springs and mattress In excellent I Dec. Contact Dec.A: A.and Manson returning,( Shoo 27
he must have Our condition, $50; cr,star controlled' 339 Hangar 123RILL .
had
tirely we been strong enough on land, a healthy body. countrywas signal generator, fix months old, ,
and sea, and in the air. astounded to learn that the armed excellent condition. $55. Lt. Cjg< ) Min- 1946 Packard TRADE
ton, ext. 794, 01 see at 1472 Cumber. supereight custom with
The extended length of the war caused services were forced to turn down a sur- and Road. radio, overdrive etc for Hunter car,

by our lack of preparation can be measuredin prising number of young men because they Baby stand.carriage Good condition and baby. J.jwlng A. Nelson with, ble 10-12 ext.or about.688, from Call 6 Ens.to 8 p Abercrom,m.

terms of dollars and cents, but it can were "not physically qualified." The tragic phone 2.3533Breakfast LOST
set $25; four-piece bedroom Pair of ladles' dark brown kid gloves.
not be measured in terms of lives "Too truth is that most of us are born with good set with Inner-sprlnK mattress Lt. White!, ext. 253.

little too late" meant tragedy to a healthy bodies but, through our own indiscretion $75; new baby buggy $18; couch I .
many $30; easy chair, 320: ; gas range,
young American whose life was snuffed out bring them to a premature state of $109; 1947 Phllco refrigerator, 9 cu.
ft. $325. Phone 8-1675 ext. 54U!I, I
oc
almost before it really began. And all be- disability. No young person can keep late Lt. Hawthorne. 271.f
hours indulge in loose living drink alco- Conn Alto saxophone. Good condition
cause we failed to be on our guard and pro- ,
Phone 2-4579 after 1630. C. G. Hart.
vide an adequate defense force in keeping holic liquors dissipate their energies, and Portable heater, one burner, $5; boy's earl s Sr/3

with our stature and importance in global not pay for it physically. wool Phone suit 8-1260, size, Mrs.16 Kay.like new $10 "Have you noticed that the a,

politics. Third-lie must have a strong will. A Large Noma electric heater" 115 tolls I CPOs copy the junior officers .,
like new. Chief Wyatt Shop 716, (or vice versa) in the
strong body is worth little if have ] sloppy
So the lesson we learned so vividly from you a A&R. I angle
their instead
flabby will. Most of the outstanading men of CPO greens, coat size 42. trouser 31 they wear caps -
Pearl Harbor must not be allowed to fade waist 30 length, like new worn of matching the angle on
into limbo and be forgotten. It is far too history are not. remembered for their superior once, $35. Phone 2-6525. John J. I the cap of an admiral who,
intellect learning physical Wensten, 3575 Riverside A\e. after all, is the saltiest dog
or sea
important to each and every citizen of the Cocker Spaniel -
; pFo'ft: : :: euftil them all."
United States that another such ghastly strength, but for their determination- gree of four lof
old. Select now for Xmas presents.
war be nipped before it can get started or, : strength of will. How many communitieshave Phone 2-4711, Mrs. Lasak, 4635 Co-
lonial NAVY WIVES CLUB
been saved because of Ave
even better that such is plan- one man strong
a war never Female" cocker spaniel eight week
ned by earth. One to will insisted it could be done? Again and old. Phone 2-Ob75. Bennett" TO MEET TODAY
on accomplish -
any power way Black cocker 2'', monthsold.
spaniel
pup The Navy Wives Club will meetat
which would otherwise have r
again ships
this worthy objective is to remain I Registered stock Ideal pet for the
House in
been lost have been brought into be- children. Chief Beatson. ext. 570, Community Dewey
strong and on the ale t. The cost of port Park
ever or phone 2-01X30 after 16.10. today for its regular business
prevention is far less than the cost of wag- I cause the commanding officer was a man of Chiefs' top coat, Inner !lining: attached, meeting. Members have been

ing war! strong will who believed it could be done. ext.like 709 new, Fire size Station 40. Chief No.3.Clbulski. requested to attend and bring new

Fourth-lie must attach himself to a Portable electric washing machine members.
and wringer. Phone 2-4119. St. Martin Navy wives who wish to Join
NAVY GETS NEW PLANES : worthy cause. Hitler was thinking of Na- the club, but do not know any e
tional Socialism. He the value of ideal Kitchen table with chairs and dishes
(SEA-Ten Martin AM-1 "Maulers"-One of saw sofa bed. linoleum. Drob.st. 3111D members, should come between
the largest and heaviest single seat attack planeseevr ism. He knew that men never rise higher Dewey" Park Annex. 1330 and 1400.

built for carrier operation have been delivered than their ideals. How men need to see this Man's Both bicycle In good, $15 condition: lad)'s Chef ,Eher-$18.

to NAS Patuxent Md., for "shakedown"fllghW. today. How we need to be concerned with enman, VM Unit ext. 662. :
23-1ewel pocket watch with gold chain,
Work on the Maulers started In the closing making lives rather than making a living. $50. Collier Pubic Works Machine

clays of World War II, but V-J Day arrived before Let us be sure that whatever we give our- Shop, 01 2054 Ernest Stieet."

the planes were completed. Powered by a 3,500 selves to in life is worthwhile and meets FOR KENT A< the Road Station and Huitin Chapels,Ar Birmingham oPrtttilanl .'

horsepower Pratt and Whitney R-4360 engine (the I the approval of God. No cause on which we Furnished small four-room house
largest military reciprocating engine being used Electricity t'l inRlfi 115\ 0 3 -NATTO S.rvlc.-CMplaln A. C.uoycr. .
cannot ray God's blessing is worth the investment Orange Park light .
in this country), the Mauler has a wing span of 50 I Ing road, then left DlandPng
on Road _
< S
feet 1 inch, length of 41 feet 6 inches, in the of a human life.Chaplain. to tilling station, then left to hard 1046-Ceneral lain l Worship F L. Albert.rvle Chap

350 J mile per hour speed range and service ceiling II. F. Menges. surfaced ta sign road,s., DIM.right\ to Lakeside Vis TOO-MaiM.( CailMiM
of over 25,000 feet.
9-room house In Green Cove Sprlna .
The 21,000-pound plane will be given complete bir.ation of flaps and dive brakes into a single Completely furnished. Includes elec: 0900Mass.La O Mail. I ,
checking on performance electronics, armament unit-the trailing edge of the wings. This com- tric stove, refilgerator and hot water Outdoor Nursery for small chll.
std other characteristics at each testing station. bination slow the airplane more quickly and with Green heater. Convenient to NAS. Fh. dre U maintain,. between, ,,4100
Cove Springs 4314 ,
An unusual feature of the Mauler Is the com- less train of the ship and pilot. Uustafson, or 2951 sad 120$. .





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Engineering Dh'I 'Ion-by Fred! PUBLIC WORKSThe

r Clyne-Thanksgiving Day broughtthe '

usual thing to most of the : Public Works Department
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people of Engineeringlots of returned to work Monday after
'' turkey, football games, and a 1' ,
: an enjoyable four-day holiday.The .
t\ house full of company, not to :
,
., mention the bottles and cans that consensus of opinion amongthe
were emptied. hard-working, conscientious
employees seemed to be, "Gosh
1" Helen Unstad made a trip southto
see Alabama play Miami. We Sk why couldn't It have lasted long.

, '. understand that the air down : er1"!
7 there gave her a little trouble. The holiday was enjoyed in various .

J Caroline (Steady) Howell missed I ways by the employees. In
T out on her Thanksgiving Day 'I the Maintenance Section it is repotted .
4 dinner as she went to the football I' that Geff Mimms broke a

I game From what we hear, she habit of many years standing and
'. / was rooting for the wrong team attended church. Further investigation

d and couldn't even eat when !she' revealed that it was a
,.of came back. church dinner held at Williston,

We have Jack (sick lea.ve) Silver Floiida. Jerry Diehl spent her
four-day vacation to good advantage
back with us again. He gained
She went to Charleston, S.
',' so much weight that he now wears
"f"
(' and was married at St. Johns
the latest style in slacks (two *
'f 5b ., Cathedral last Her
a 4 ga'm Saturday.
inches above the ankles). They ;
name is now Mrs. Jerry Groner.'
just match his salt and
i pepper I
Ethel Huffman did some traveling
zoot coat.
I going to Miami down the
t i Someone was telling us that a East Coast, across the Everglades -

\ certain party has been visiting to the West Coast, and
Hangar 124 quite a bit lately x back up to Jacksonville by wayof

.. :Maybe "thar's gold in that hung all the beauty spots in her
ar", who knows ? F ) brand new baby blue Dodge. Andto

We are wondering if Earl Par- Ps continue the travel report .

due and Margaret Ward have Clarence G. Porter, plumber, returned .
"gone to the dogs" this season recently from a twoweektrip

.;,I They each probably have a sure- to Key West. On the way
fire system all cooked up, just back, he stopped at the Univer-
like Buzz Gamache and F. M. ,. sity of Florida to visit his son
... Howard had on the football poo!... ,' \t'-ft who is taking a chemist course

.JIl.qx; .Plant lH\'Islon-by Walt Fletcher t o' : aa..nno< a. ;* there.

'4f''!' -Here we are back again after 9 N .. .. :. Mary Rodgers reports that the
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a long week-end of turkey and ; boys in the typewriter shop are

football games. Everyone must _r_......... -_....._. ... If. .... ..-- ... ... .....,.. .. .. continuously giving her some very
have had an enjoyable time, but wild and fancy bits of news to be
in the Drafting Room there were I TilE PERSONNEL OF THE PUBLIC WORKS Upholstery Shop located in Bldg. 103, must included in the column. The lat
know how to from soft luxuiious sofa cushions scooter seats. I
too many people who thought Lee upholster everything to They work est concerns C. L. Davis, who it
would win over Jackson, namely with all types of fabrics and serviceable leather ett to rich mohair and gay slip covering material is claimed went into his garageon
Pardue, Ragin, and myself. It I and turn out factory-like Jobs Mrs C. F Farren stitches a seat cover while G. C Rogers i deft) and J. the Southside and bumped Intoa

seems Fred Garst had the inside : R. King, supervisor, complete the installation of !slip covers on a living room suite. bear. Davis came to work Monday -
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information from his daughter I I but it was not determined

who was a game sponsor. Diggett. Rita Jochum of the Pub- FILE NOW FOR i what happened to the bear. Frank
: Walt Riviere, air conditioning SUPPLY lications Section iher name McKinley acting foreman, pre.
supervisor, has a new hobby of rhymes with Li'l Abner's) spent STOREKEEPEREXAMINATION ; sented a happy appearance Monday
collecting old pictures of a sort. the four feast days sewing uni- j i morning.. He attended the
Walt has acquired quite a num- c !> S forms for the NAS civilian girls' I Florida-Kansas game which Florida
ber for his collection from the .: iLLIESI basketball team, of which she is I won and the Gainesville-St
pictures given back after new '',f ... manager. John Dillaberry of the Applications are now being : Paul game which Gainesville won.
ones were made recently for station same Section reported that he accepted for probational appointment I Seems Frank is an honorary ( ?1

photo badges. continued his work on his home, to the position of I graduate of both institutions and

Chief Hendrix had an enjoyable I which he is building himself. Storekeeper, CAF-1 to CAF-6, i he was well pleased with the re-
: hunting trip in Georgia, bagging POST MORTEM-The game: The dance: McDuffie is to be con- I by the Hoard of U. fe. Civil I 1 suit of the games.

a number of quail and others of Oh! ho! ho! ho! That red glare gratulated on his decorations, only Service Examiners: here. I In the Transportation Section,
the feathered variety. I you see is not what you'd think Competitors will not be re- '
he thought the dance was to be at Jennie Kopec could hardly talk
Mary McCann tells us she had but the pink faces of last week'spickers to take written
I the Mayflower Roof. That's why quired examination : I Monday morning, having yelled
R very quiet week-end sleeping for the Lee-Jackson tilt. the only things hanging from the but will be rated on a herself hoarse at the annual Lee-
late in the morning. But she didn't I iIt should be stated here and now rafters of the Armory were the ,scale of 100 based upon statements i Jackson game on ThanksgivingDay.

pay anything regarding what she that Macie Allen and Orville Booth guests. L. R. Hill recalls what a in their applications.! Jennie is very much pro-

did the night before. decided< the score would be 47-0 fine time he had arriving, and his Persons\ desiring to file in the Jackson, as her brother Arthur
Accessories Dh'loolon-by! Dor- and 40-7 respectively, and not the friends tell him what a fine time exam should! submit applicationform Farford was one of Jackson's stars

othy M. "'WIIlams-The) Electric low scores that were actually the he had leaving. Betty Lotz stood 57, form OOI-AUC. supplemental last season. Jennie also reports

Shop held a big party last Friday printed. Henry who Bryant was that still and let the room go 'round. form 44, and preference that since Louise Bragg has been
I. night at Timber Inn which only guesser supposed Harper, the timekeeping gestapo, form 14 for those claimIng dating a railroad man, the boys
was enjoyed by all. Everyone had the Tigers' spirit the field would that be so a win rejuvenated bragged that he managed to beat IDpointeteran preference.These have nicknamed her "Choo Choo."

fun eating, dancing, and trying to on but a Generals' victory the Reiters out of a drink. Steeve !! forms must be on file I The Design and Engineering
possible
win a prize. was would not, be wide The remarked that everyone had a with the Recorder, Hoard of U. Division reports a great scarcityof
Mr. and Mrs. Purcell were at swell time, and some guys even S. Chll Service Examiners, In news this week except that the
weekendVaUer Fay con-
the party and Purcell didn't do long cluded his Connecticut trip but came with their own wives! ('011I Hklg. 450 not later than 15 December topic of conversation is centering
one thing to get his name in the the I tracts' : the Szar dancing with Vera 1947. around an estimated leave period
did not make anticipated car-
-,. news. It could be because the switch he still has his leapin' I Simons while her spouse tripped The necessary' forms and further this department will enjoy from 19
Mrs. was along. ;Marguerite Bailey spent I: fantastically with Ma Perrett. Arthur Information may be obtained December to 5 January. It wilt'give
Shop 716 is wondering if T. P. heap. Murray Myers and Mrs. werea of
Turkey Day in Miami. Erma Han- from the Board Examiner! many people an opportunity
Meixell can see well enough to graceful twosome Skipper here. to visit their home towns for
in her
na drove around new car,
tell the difference between a cat Humes was discovered dancing I Christmas if they can pull them
which came around Armistice Day. ------- I I
and a rabbit. with a tall Supply-er. Commendations selves away from this Florida sun.
birth- another after whirlwind
Lamar Scott celebrated Jiis a romance -
Doris Brunson is in the to the Jack for their
hospital. Sharpes I shine. The Design Division receiv.ed
the wishes she hadn't been
day (the 29th) on Wednesday, now I
We understand she is doing fine excellent terpischore. One Supply- a new employee; last week
? ? What
26th. when some of his cohorts so impetous Supplyerhas
after serious didn't fare well and is malting when Donald
a very operation.O. er so I j Traer transferred
presented him with a B.D. cake suddenly started lunching
L. Allen is leave. several New Year's resolu-
out on sick avoid : from the Maintenance Section to
alone to dreaded mention
and an original poem by brother in
We hope to see him back soon. I tions. this column ? ? ? Did you know the Design Division's blue-print.

Oh, yes, for proof of the grand i Shop 306 on the arrival of a baby SCOOP No.( 1)). The Federal that Lt. Comdr. Beall had majored ing room.
time enjoyed by all at the Electric girl, born 10 November. Communications Commission in I in psychology and had writ- I| In the Administrative Division

Shop party, almost anyone will be Congratulations, too, are in or- Washington has just announcedthe ten his thesis on the subject whilein M. E. Arnold will assume duty as
" '. y:'1"" glad to show pictures made during der on the arrival of a new babyin granting of an application by college ? ? ? Who is knownin : the assistant chief clerk for the
r ;; the event. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Southern Radio and Equipment Supply as the "loathsome toad ? I Seventh Naval District Public

' Personnel and AJmlnllttratlon- Woods of Shop 410. A boy! You Company in Jax for a 1,000-watt I Expect another scoop or two I Works Department in the very

by Dot JlckllOn-Lt. Comdr. Zieg- should see "papa"! (Only baby radio broadcasting station in Jax, within a couple of weeks That near future. Mr. Arnold is now
ler is on 10 days leave. Understand ever been born so smart, to hear operating on a frequency of 1360 car bomb which was promised last I in the Utilities Section and prior .
he is going to stick around him tell it). kilocycles. Manager and staff selections Wednesday, will definitely go off I to that seized with the Pub.
are nearly complete and I lic Works Department at NAGR.
Jax.Hope this P.M. Few twosomes: BR
everyone enjoyed Thanks Would you like to play In a I this independent station expects and PM, MF and SB, BR and ES I Tom Brenamen isn't the only one

giving with a turkey and all the band? If ;you can play any I to go on the air about 1 March. I. Lucky lass: Ma Perrett not I who gives away beautiful orchids.
tiimmlngs. musical Instrument and are an Studios have not yet been determined I I Bettye Ward was presented with
Jean S. finally got off to greet employee; of the A&.K: Department I nor have the call lettersof Game only guessed and collected right $27 on for the Big I one at the Rainbow Room last
the station been assigned, but "just week when she end her escort
Con-
chance.
Jack.Mr. now'a your I I being she it I
perverse" as puts
Cribbs toured down the tact either E. L. Iliifflne, Shop that news will appear here when I were the finalists in a "lemon"
but went out during last week
elate. to his grove.Understand 608, or "Ab" Spencer, Shop 392. i available. A basic policy of the 1 end and copped the quiniela on i dance. Bettye said she was quite
our two hunters L---- I new station will be to promote ; thrilled with the orchid. Her escort
--- the dogs for like amount.
a
didn't shoot a thing last weekend ___ __ _n_ cultural, civic, and business activ- received a ball-point pen
. ities in Jax and surrounding com- ---- an address book and a course in

:, I j, On top of everything, Lt. Carr munities. Since no national net- dancing at Arthur Murray's. While
. (o'i shot a turkey and lost it. work is connected with them", all speaking of Arthur Murray, it has
Mills is now known as the "Pea- ( local events of particular interest S r been reported by a reliable per.

, nut Vender." will be piped abroad to us Jax- son, whose initials are T. A., that

Manufacturing it Processing ons. The most important point of I Willie Dauphin, transportation
Group II -by M. M.-Finish and this little item is that Jack Sharpeis foreman, had to take a lesson
: from Arthur before he
Fabric Division was all excited the President of the Corporationwhich Murray
will the station although could pass the clutch-brake partof
over the "Boss' new baby. A boy, open
ON THOSE the station examina
I understand, and they are calling STdIRS NOw his actual activities in the driving
him "Mike." tx v fI corporation will be only as chaIr- tion. It is further reported that

We have noticed that Chief man of the board of directors and Willie is now an expert in performing .

I".: f ,_ Kealen has been going around the will not affect his position as CiV- I Stomp." the "First and Main
shop crooning constantly. Well, we ilian papa of Supply. Supplyers
found out why-he is getting mar- join in whole-heartedly wishing I r
ried! Congratulations, chief! I I the best of success to the new Steno: ". wish to buy a fashionable .
Finish & Fabric had quite a I| station. (Oh, so you knew it an \ dress."

time deciding who had the best the time!) I Clerk: "Yen! in-,!*, Mill ;yv>u have
looking badge. Don't know exact- I I LEFT-OVERS. Big news of the I It too tight, too short, or both"
week is that Sue Adams announces
ly who they decided on as yet.
her engagement to Wm. J. HorI -
What happened to Mr. Chapman'sbadge Gal "Handsome al.ways .
1 : men are
Iton
the nuptial vows to be tak-
? They must have found Joe conceited,"
en on January 3rd Doris "Red"
around and made his
Louis picture
Gob: "Not all of them. I'm not
, Tuskey is now In Roswell, New "
I. : instead."Superman". conceited.
" i Mexico with hubby and daughter. I ,
Is
; Dickinson having
'j y.. trouble getting out of bed these Doris was a Supply-er for 1 : '

.' cold mornings. several years. Juicy: What I Why shouldn't uomeu base
,i' Belated congratulations go to I Ix Supply-er who crushed one NAS I cleaner minds than men.- .. Look.
Mr. and Mrs W. H Moore of .LIIMy W..Miq er's heart by saying "I do" to how often they 'change them.



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Lt. Paul F. Bradley (ChC), USN
Public Information Officer
Advisor to Jax Air New
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Editorial Offices for NATTC Section, South Wing/ /
Of NATTC Auditorium/ Bldg. 563. Tel. Ext. 8174. -
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-Editor r I .
Robert J. Wehllng. Sic

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Sports Editor < If
L. D. Mondscheln, SI. AOM 8

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THURSDAY
"RAILROADED," with John Ireland and Sheila Ryan. Shows at
STSO and 2015.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 11- and-
"MONSIEUR VERDOUX," starring Charlie Chaplin and Martha Waltz-
:
I
Raye. Shows at 1730 and 2015 on Friday and 1400, 1730 and 2015 on ers were in their prime at the j-
Saturday. Crew's Thanksgiving Dance .
SUNDAY held in the NATTC Auditorium -
"LOVE FROM A STRANGER," with John Hodiak and Sylvia Sidfee last week to the Musicof
/. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2015.MONDAY Marvin Scott and his Or- T '
: AND TUESDAY chestra. At the top, is shown a
"ESCAPE ME NEVER" starring Errol Flynn and Ida Lupino. picture including a lot of the -

Bhows at 1730 and 2015. people present. Over fifty girls 1
WEDNESDAY from the NCCS Club and the :
fr
"LONE WOLF IN LONDON," with Gerald Mohr and Norma Saun- Y. W. C. A. were present At _i' -' -
tiers. Shows at 1730 and 2015. the right are shown the winners -
THURSDAY pf the dancing contests.
"MARK OF ZORRO," starring Tyrone Power and Linda Darnell. From left to right are: Lillian 4k
Shows at 1730 and 2015.THINGS. Steinke AM1 and Claude Ham- :
ilton, CSK. winners of the waltz r-c
TO DO-ABOARD Contest; Marvin Scott; and 4 v
Janie Manthey and Charles Al-

FLEET'S IN-open nightly 17302130. Bldg. 517. barado, winners of the Jitter :
Sandwiches and snacks available. bug Contest. Judges for the con- f r

BOWLING-Six alley: In Ship Service avail tests were Billie Hilbert, Bud
able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, Freeland Alice Strubbe, Lori
J Lawhon, Babs Frost and H. W.
1700-2130. League games have priority.

NATO LIBRARY Located in Auditorium.

Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to ..
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun. Pinkerton.flu ,

day. 1230 to 2100. ) dIoOh3


ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker.

Physical Training Department, Bldg. 513. ,\AflC; I Library

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TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical In "The Influence of Sea Power -
in World War II" Captain Pul-I
Training Bldg. 513.
: eston brings Mahan down to date. :
"Not until the oceans cease to I
be the highways of the world will .

sea power lose its influence" is
SWIMMING-Indoor Pool. Dally, Monday through Jt.Frlday1S00 the author's thesis, and his answerto r THE WORD

to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; the two questions in his book: J
Sunday-1300 to 2100.HLGOEvery ((1)) What is the influence of sea
power in the light of the new FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL
weapons? and (2) Is it still the
Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's
force it was when Mahan writingat
Service in Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Sponsored I the turn of the century demon- After a successful try last week, here goes your sub.
by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds for the Nur- strated that a great sea power columnist again. Gizz is still in Sick Bay but I wish he'd

/Wn. throughout history has always hurry and come back, this turned out to be a real job.

WHERE TO GO-ASHORE I defeated a great land power? The Hellcat football team cleared its last hurdle to the
Puleston proves his thesis by trac-
intra-division football crown last Wednesday
I trouncing a
ing the role of the navies since
SALVATION ARMY CLUB formerly at 122 W. Forsyth Street World War II-the book is devoted hapless- but very- game- Adder team 32 to 0.. and------ thereby set-
U now located at 900 Liberty Street. 200 Bed Dormitory which in- mainly to naval campaigns and ting a new scoring record for the
cludes locker and shower, $.50. A snack bar breakfast, lunch and major engagements, their reasons league, a feat they have done three I ment and Stafford returned from
short orders served at reasonable prices. and results. The book will be interesting times previously. The Hellcats shipping over leave. I guess the
VU1CRC IO GO ASHORE: NCC3 Club at Church and Newnar to Navy men as historyor have already taken the title but rest of you stay at homes have
Streets Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays 1200 to 2400 as a plea for a special cause. have one game left on their sched- i noticed the lower right P. O. room
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdaysand If you saw Hilary Laurens ule and your columnist predictsthe : is occupied again. We lost the
Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday. walking down the street you final score of that one some- I services of Chief Farlow who dida
like: Hellcats 6, Bulldogs 0 bang-up Job on our last division \
would hardly have guessed that thing .
for that Base. Previous to assign- I party and ruled Bldg. 440 for so I
CNa GUNNER GEORGE ment at Yellow Water, Mr. Georgewas the handsome young man was'a The scores were made by Van long. Mike Gubanic checked into
Assistant Armament Officer rector about to begin his ministryat Zant, Lewis and Rusk. The line the segregation center along with

BACK AT ORD. SCH. aboard the U.S.S. Bunker Hill. the fashionable St. Matthews played a sparkling game on defense Doc Sumerlinn and and Wakefield,
Church. In "The Bishop's Mantle" opening up some terrific but Mike is
in
has had the really there
Mr.
they
i George pleasureof
Agnes Turnbull shows the drama holes. The line was paced by
running into many of his old gave him a badge. Pappy See, dug
AFTER FIVE YEARSCh. humor
pathos and adventure in Groundhog Mahoney, Brighteye his
out
students now aboard this base and way of the Salt Mines and
I the daily round of a young rector Bayliss, Stud Cross, Blgboy Hin- still carries
Gunner R. L. George has returned -I renewing acquaintances. By relieving that El Ropo he used
trying to give his faith, his ideal ton and Nopoint Phillips. All the for
a lamp around 625, John
Mr. who is so
to his old haunts at TOA cCauley; now ism, and his enthusiasm for his rest formed a very solid chain couldn't
get him. What
in French Morocco is about the
Mr. George
chosen profession. The wife he across no man's land and rushed
after absence of five Mr. grill ?
an years. though, Pap
now Building and Barracks Officer
adores is labelled by many as the Adder passers and kickers alII
George was the first ordnance instructor for the same buildings that he frivolous and fast. The Senior through the game as well as hold-I Well this will probably be my
to report aboard the Na- occupied in 1941-Building 611 and Warden is Laurens' chief irrita- Ing their ground work to negligible I last time at writing the column,
val Training Station at Jacksonville Barracks 52 Gunner George is al- tion, for he is wealthy man determined gains. so I hope you all liked it. Ship's

_ in 1941, before it became the so the Division Officer for the to keep his rector from The surprise of the game was I Service especially, though it hasn't
school that evolved from the original improved much with a new man-
Naval Air Technical Training Cen- meddling in the questionablesources D. C. Rusk, coming through with
ter in April of 1942. Gunner Georgewas Naval Ordnance Trade School'hich of his fortune. The book: eight points. 'It may have taken I ager.
then assigned to the very II ',\ he at one time instructed. deserves to stand high in the field him nine games to score, but he I Heres the regular report from
_ I game building that he now occu- -- -- of religious fiction. made up for it tnis one on the the student division on the high
_
pies as Division Officer for the "If I take cantor oil, do you "Silver Nutmeg" by Nora Lofts Moffett to Rusk special. men of the graduating class. They
AOM"A" school Mr. George was I think I'll be well enough to get is a novel of action and adven- I Now for the bulletin. I were M. L. Savage with a gradeof
personnel '
here when the war started on December up in the morning" ture in the 17th century when the Business 81.04 and J. H. Floyd with an
was last
7, 1941 and then was soon "Well, )'ou'd better." Dutch were making huge fortunes again good 83.81 for his work. Congrats boys,
had Chief
week
as we Richburg
sent to sea. The Gunner returnedto in the East Indies raising and I return from the Material Depart- and good lucre) .
Jacksonville in time to celebrate r NEW QUARTERS selling nutmegs. It is a story of intrigue -
the final V-J day on the same base I with the English seeking away I --- -- INVITATIONALMODEL J 9
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that he had been on when the war I'or the benefit of those who to break the monopoly of bet lived to regain her health : AIRPLANE
started. The Gunner had often I the Dutch and both English and and beauty and to find dangerous i
missed!' our announcement of I
jestingly stated that the war would two Issuer! i ago, the JAX Alit I' Dutch finding they had a third love with Christy, an Englishman. II I I MEET
end the day he returned to Jacksonville NEWS, NATTC Section, Is now : power to deal with--the slaves. The author admits in the AT YORKTOWN AND
and so it did. located in the South Wing of' And it is a tale of love. EvertHaan foreword that she knows little or I
Mr. George has spent the past the NATTC Auditorium. Our grown wealthy on his black- nothing about either the East MUSTIN: AVENUE .
20 months at the Naval Air Gunnery new Telephone J\.tenslon..1 1* market trade, sent to Holland for dies or the nutmeg trade, but In-I,, I 1100 Sunday,
Range at Yellow Water as I 8174. Annabel. When she arrived sick I knows a great deal about 7 December 1 '-
the Ordnance and Gunnery Officer' he ordered her killed But Anna- tastes of lending libranci. I








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Inter-Division 1 ALL HANDS INSPECTION I

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Schedule 6 Jan. T : A4 /A > t i:



i I The pitter-patter of little feet

acing up and down the gymnasium -
hard woods will soon become
a familiar sound at building 513.

#- Intra-mural basketball will officially -

get underway on the sixtn

.' of January for a one-month,
:a''. single, round-robin tournament.
.+ There will be six team entrees
4; and these will be the same combination -
"'s of divisions as were used

..: In this year's football season. That

will.-mean that TAF will comprise

,. ..; the Hellcats; TOB and TOA, the
!Ii;.: Bulldogs; TEB, TS. TAI, the

l' Bearcats; TAS, TLT, and TSD 't. '
Join to form the Wildcats; TEA '

MAD and TAM will make up the

Tigers; and the smaller divisions, ki ,
T, XOD, D. G, GM, M, P, and W K >
divisions will join to form the

Adders. Each team will play one
game each week.

Because of the move to Memphis -
for some schools in the monthf

February, the tournament has ':
een cut down to a single round-
robin for each team. The last

.- game will be played on February :Jt
6. This season's basketball sched- y
ule has been arranged so that it 44
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will net conflict with the NATTC- 7tht -

NAS varsity schedule. x .J a; u o., 3' 4ilero i z py'p i
Due to the move to Memphis,
4 early in the year, this seasons

casaba efforts will not be In- ,
cluded in the Captains Trophy.The '__ ___'_ *'_._ ._.'." 7" __ .....'.' .._---.". .. ... --.- .

winning division will receive IN TilE FIRST All Hands Inspection since 13 September, and inset, Captain Schumacher presents the Gold Star in lieu of a
the separate Basketball: Trophy the first of the season stood by the men in blues, Captain J. F. second, third and fourth Air Medals: to W J Lauch.stedt AMM3.

which will be ample compensation. Schumacher, Commanding Officer of NATTC Jax called the inOnly other presentation of an award was to J. H. VVodzynski, AMM2,
Many divisions are now wen spection successful. A sharp, biting wind was blowing on an otherwise who received the Presidential Unit Citation with Ribbon Bar. On I

on their way to forming top beautiful day, as a few of the cold-blooded men standing the the right, the Captain i bark to camera ) is shown reading the citations -
rate hoop teams and as time is inspection said later that the day could definitely have been called with Lauchstedt and Wodzynsjci, the colors and the men

getting short, it would be wise cold. Pictured above on the left is the color bearers marching to the in the rear. LCDR. W. L. McAlister, inspection: Adjutant, stands!
for all divisions to scout for sev- center with the colors as the inspection got under way. In the to the Captain's right.
en-foot men with eagle so as .
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eyes -------- -- -
to be in shape for the first gameon 1I 1-----
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KING AND AVERILL 12 December BuUdoDs Fight .



PROVE TOP GOLFERS SWIM TOURNAMENTThe To 6.6 Tie In SensoR l!inDle

big splash in the NATTC;
ON STATION LINKSChiefs sports calendar for the month of

December is the Intra-mural Wildcats Hellcats Bulldogs Also
R. E. and C. C. Av- ,
King
Swimming Meet to be hold on December -
erill have recently won the 12, at 1400 in the indoor Win In Other Intramural Finals I Smoker Scheduled

NATTC Intra-mural Golf Tournament swimming pool. All entries for this
They represent TDB, and meet were due in at the Physical Over 1500 Navy men and guests witnessed the thrill I For Mid-Month;

the Ordnance school is now 100 Training Office last Monday. At packed football game Tuesday between Chief BacigaluposAv.

points wealthier towards the Captains -I the time of publication, SAD, TLT, Fund. Hellcats and Chief Waricks TOB-TOA Bulldogs :( Fisher To Referee
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Trophy, plus now possess-
TED, TOB, and TAF bad en-
ing the individual Golf trophy. i entries which ended in a 6-6 tie. The spectators turnout for this
Other
tered teams.
strong ,
King and Averill, both ACOM, were expected.This contest was by far the largest of the ;year as all hands Mr. K. VV. Welch of the Physical
the tournament with the low i Training Department has announced -
won
that this between the two NATTC grid
I meet will not allow the realized game top ',
_.. .. that the date for the
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combining of Divisions as the ma- teams would be the climax to a
L' .. .... I I dead run, and raced for the Hellcat I
,. .v /---:; A. :": taiY'tii jor competitive sports do. Cap- spectacular football season for this the NATTC Intra-mural Boxing Con-
to
E tains Trophy points and an indi- base. Previously these two teams ;I goal. The attempt run test will be on or about, the 15thof
i'.n vidual swimming trophy will be I had battled to a scoreless tie and extra point was stopped one :yard December.Al .

_._ both teams were primed for this short and the score was all tied
;:
'u-
"
i up at 66.After Sinibaldi, boxing director for
encounter.
t ;; the kick-off TAF madea the base, is now In Bethesda, Md,
{ '
Hellcats captains, Mahoney and
z undergoing treatment and it is
< drive to the Bulldog 11, capitalizing -
Moffett lost the toss to the Bull-
f. on a Bulldog blocked kick. hoped that Al will return in timeto
dog skippers, Evert and Collins
.' The Hellcat offense ran out of referee the bouts. Al was the
t ', f and TAF kicked-off to the Ord- I
New England light heavyweight
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11 and the
., steam on the Bulldogstook
to start the finest
nance men few and is also
champ a
ago
years
their fine
t.t' over. Sparked by
L_ gridiron battle of the year. The
'n well known for his recent
Ii, 11r' line, and with Collins, Seriles, many
and clean play, no-
fighting spirit victories in the herein
f. Brittain and Luscombe in the square ring
,: : ticeable by the lack of penalties,
/: i: backfield, the Bulldogs drove up Jacksonville. These smokfra
on both sides, can not be too highly have been the of
always high-light
; the field by sheer force to the
r' ( commended.The the the base anda
Hellcat 48 in a drive which sports season on
opening quarter saw Gib- seemed destined to go all the way. good show is promised at this

I son, Luscombe, Brittain and Col- I Mahoney, Cross, Balis, Henradi, forthcoming event.

: lins of the Bulldog backfield run- Henton, Burton and Gaston, fin- Jack Fisher, holder of the regional -
: I >. ning against Moffett, Rusk, Van- ( ally put the chocks to the ram- and Eastern Golden Glove

Sant and Blankenship, Hellcat I paging Bulldogs and the remainder titles, the Naval Air Training Ath'letlc -
.t backs. The Hellcats beautiful of the game saw no threat of Conference title, the NATTO
.__
with I
I punting kept the Bulldogs
: --;.: a score. 'boxing title, and many other pugilistic
351 for
of
aggregate score
their heels to their own goal as
I honors will assist Al in
I The Av. Fund. Hellcats are now run
holes of golf apiece. The closest VanSant repeatedly hit the Bull-
the meet. If Al is detained
the NATTC Intra-mural Football ning
competitors, only 13 points be- 10
hind, were Quinn and Powell ofo dogs coffin-corner The Bulldogs at the racked yard I Champs. They have lost no games : at the hospital, Fisher will be head
stripe. up and been tied only twice, by the man and be assisted by Perkin
TEB, with a total of 364. TEA four first downs in the first halfto I *
Bulldogs, out of 10 games. The the well known fighter from Yellow -
placed third with 374 points, represented one for the Hellcats, and in
by Henricksen, Todd and awarded to the winners. The first the second half the Av. Fund Bulldogs take second place with Water.
Johnson. and Fowler put SADin one loss and three ties out of 10 I At the present time many enthusiastic -
Day place team will receive 100- points team ran up five first and tens I
fourth place with 402 points and the Swimming Trophy, with J to the Bulldogs three. The first games. The other positions in the I young boxers are trainIng -

and 427 points for TAF, represented 85, 70. 55 and 40 points being : half ended without a score and ; comes will depend upon the Bearcat out I for the meet in the NATTO
of the Wildcat
by Johnson, Bacigalupo and given to the placing entries. All anticipation on the part of the Boxing gym at Building 413. Fish
Brown was the high score and fin- for a rough game. I er and Perkins are over at the
high
teams will receive a 40 point min- spectators ran Hellcats Set RecordIt
al position. imum for participation.The second half. The crowd was not gym most of the time to give as
This match was played Novem- I was VanSant day at the much instructions as possible to
I indoor swimming pool, disappointed.Rusk NATTC gridiron when the Hell- interested in the
18 holes entering
ber 24 and 25, with played anyone
each afternoon. Mr. Welch, of building 614, is open every evening returned the kick-off from cats whipped the Adders by 32.0 smokers. These smokers are not
until 2100 for contestantswho his own ten to the Ordnance 46. i to set a new season's high in total
the event. for boxers,
P. T. department, ran only experienced as
for the Moffett and Rusk sparked they VanSant made three of
wish to
the'Captain practice up scare
for novices slated to enter.
The winners get 100 points many are
Hellcat team on their 46
powerful
tournament. the five touchdowns scored
coming
Points for the
Trophy and the remaining Captains Trophyare
placing entrees receive 85. 70, 55 The events will be held In the yard drive to pay dirt find Moffett against the Adders and Moffett awarded for placing and en.
for the touchdawnfrom
dove
following order: over passed to Rusk to score another. in this which is heldon
and 40 points respectively. line. tering event
the 2
Bulldogs yard
Lewis carried the final
over tallyin
Neither Chief King, who halls 50 Meter Free Style The attempted conversion went j the last quarter. individual division. competition.
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.... from Kansas: City Mo., nor 100 Meter Breast Stroke wide and the score was 60.ith The muddy field became mud-
Averill, who claims San Diegoas team the dipatching the TEA-MAD Tigers
100 Meter Back Stroke Bacigalupos fighting on dier as the game progressed and
his home, have ever entered a when they beat them 13-6 on the
100 Meter Free Style .i long end. the rain interfered with the Ad-
competitive golf tournament be- ; NATTC football field last week.
3 Meter Diving der attack. It didn't
The Ordnancemen were by no passing seem
fore. Their scores of 47-48 and 150 Meter Medly means out of the ball game and to hinder the Hellcats though as Brittain scored early in the first
42-41 for Chief Averill and a 45-
200 Meter Free Style Relay Gibson returned Cross's kick-off they broke through the Adder line quarter for the Ordnancemen and
37 and 42.41 for Chief King are ; Seriles scored again in the second
from his own 23 to the 44. Col- at will. Chief Bacigalupos mass
above the average scores for the --- lins then ran to the Hellcat 46 substitution of 11 men at a time quarter to make the game

NATTC green. ISHIP | i MUSICIANS S'l! around left end. It appeared that I was enough to break the spiritof 13-0 at the half.

.. -- OVKU O\V1-!! i .1 o nthe next play Collins was going |I any team as the Adders had : Beard Tiger halfback, intercepted
end he four in It from Collins to race 84
the a
] i I around right as only men reserve. was pass
Interested In plajlngIn
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R. R. Parker, ACOM states Anyone I raced to the sidelines, but he madea merely a case of the Hellcats out- I yards for the only Tiger score
that shipping over enabled him a new NATTC Orchestra, report | Jump-pass to the right end Pet- manning and outclassing the : of the day. Beard moved up the

to become the man that he ts.I Ii tohl1n.r at the NATTCAudliarinm Kxt. | I ('I bolt, who had cut behind" the small Adder team.Bulldogs field with Gibson on his heels, but

Parker advises shipping over j 8174. Instrument, or rail available at i>I I secondary men, and snagged the Heat Tigers I unable to catch him. The final

I NOW-to- all hands. -. are pas on the 15 yard line, on the The Bulldogs had little trouble I score in the encounter was 13Gof












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I -Closes Season With Tie Against Fort Banning J J Jf




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\ {14-14 DeadlockJaxNavy

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T I Has Season :i

Record Of Six Wins, .\

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: In a game which was highlighted '31

by smashing tackles: -J 11

and vicious blocking, the JUK- -;.

Navy football eleven officially

closed its season at Colum'I

bus, Ga., last Sunday after .

it .e+n jJ Mt '.q to noon by holding a vaunted

b > *t Fort Benning Doughboy team ,

to a 1.1-14 deadlock. Approxi. i:

__ mately 10,000 fans saw the

Fliers score twice the second
('al1dlda' foi th .lax in .
va i basketball five halt> quarter and then doggedly .

QH..'n; working out dally at hold the powerful

the NATTC gymnasiumand s-,4., Doughboys to a tie .
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after three we,'ks ;
...S, Both Benning touchdowns were ':,
,III official practice, are t '
a .
s4&i ;
5
scored on identical plays which
"'ally going to town. At ..
led into two long runs The play : '
practice, the candi-
every >
which jinxed the Fliers was a take
s follow a rigid ((
reverse which suddenly turned into -I
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'hedule which includes
s <
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a reverse and sent the halt-1
drills, shooting
pal'l"ln. ,arrler down the left sideline for ':
pro t II" exercises, scrimmages fC ra j
scores :"
and a general .
e'III1'S" on the fundament- The Fliers drew first blood when, e' ;
His of the sport. (Top left) with the second period only a few "'J

.Al I Henningsen, center on minutes old Jack MoQuary crash .,
MI| seasons NATTC a ed to the midfield stripe for a first "p
down On the next McQuary :
i quad, goes up in the air play ;
faded back and threw _;:
pi Inr r to sinking a basket a long pass '
b to Vince Anania. Anania made ,
) Paul McKay
Top right
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brilliant catch the 20-
the k.'x oil Benning
]lumps high over
qiiai ling hands of B.>b yard line and raced the rest of .',,;1
he way for the score. Ed Buchser 1
(;r tnts: m an attempt to
sink converted and the Filers led .
another two-pomtei
0,
I lower left) Bill Cham-
h,'i lam (7)( ) just gets off Banning1 came right back following i
a set-up shot before a the kick-off and made two i
dO'fpJ\kr, t can bloc k th,' .yi first downs, bringing the ball to :
fo..11. i Lower right i Bui the Flier 4">. On the next play
S< 'jtt. recent tiansteufi : '" .. the right halfback took the ball j
S.d on the reverse and went all the
>ni Banana River. and <
Via Al Ht>'mmgsen go up for way for the score Bill Lutz kicked i.
a jump ball to start the k the extra point, knotting the score.
i" i The Fliers came right back with a,
-,..----""'-- --" .,- mw__ .__._..___ cam llmg __.__, __._ __nn_,_____._ another score before the period

had ended. A long punt gave the

OPENING HOOP Station Golf Championship'I PREPARE FOR own Doughboys ten-yard possession line and they on their trieda '

I lateral pass behind the line of .

GAME IS JUST Is Won By Chief MacDonaldChief INTRAMURALBASKETBALL I who scrimmage played a But stellar John sixtyminuteball PawlosUI,

crashed through and ;
DAYS AWAY Joe :MacDonald, the all-seivice golf champion, I smeared game the receiver of the lateral ,
11 added another trophy to his collection last Thursday when i causing him to fumble Hal ,

With the up. nmg! game against he pinned a one up defeat on Lt. (jg) Edwardus Uapacz towin With intramural touch football Gift' pounced on the pigskin to
Green Cove Springs only 11 days the station golf championship. MacDonald's victory was' ending this week intra-mural give the Fliers a first down

gawky, the 27 hopetuls who ai" remarkable for, after nine holes had been played, the eventual basketball will move in and take Jack McQuary.took the ball on ''\
battling for berths on the 1917-48 over in this bracket. This year the next play and rocketed into
winner. .y.'as five down_ Needing at least six holes to the line smashed past the backers
edition of the Jax.Na\v basketball there will be berths for 20 teamsIn ,
team are now hitting their i get back into the match the the coolchief \! I two leagues of ten each, the up, and went over for the -

pre-season peak. j came. back to take championship American and the National. Directing .score Ed Buchser once again con-

No official announcement of the the leagues will be Chief vetted, making the score 147.
coaching staff has yet been made MacDonald's main forte in the Robert Beaudreau, who also ,han : But early in the third period
by the Physical Training and Wel- championship match was his game ,, dled the intra-mural touch football the reverse worked for the Doughboys ,,.,
fare Department, so Walter Welsh on and around, the greens, where I league this year. once more, this time for for. ';
he used his short irons to overtake at'', and the score Lutz came '_
and Chief Bob Beaudreau are continuing I I The games will be played ty yards '
and finally pass his long-hitting J I with the conversion and "
through
to work with the hoop- Mamside Auditorium with each I
rival: Ropocz couldn't stop the i the score was tied again :if'
sters team slated to play two games a i
and MacDonald .
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gallant I
Through their efforts, surge week. Games will either be on I For the rest of the game the
every walked off with the victory. :
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candidate for the team has been Tuesdays and Thursdays or Wednesdays two teams battled back and forth -
worked into the beat possible In the first flight championship and Fridays. without scoring The closest either
shape and the two are now working a handicap affair, Al Fanelli of There will be a total of 18 team came to a victory was when
the enlisted men's division took
on some of the intricacies of games played for each team in Fort Benning penetrated deep into
the crown by beating Lt. ComdrF. Flier territory and made a first
the hardwood sport.In .a5 two rounds, nine in each. The
P. Ballenger, two up. Fanelli, down on the Flier fifteen with only
<'hampiob' hip will be decided in a
the week another
past quintet a surprising winner, played h: thirty seconds remaining Lutz
playoff between the four top
was and it looksto
put together best of the '
tourney in W'Ii-
game tried a field goal which missed by
tams in the league at the end of
be the beat yet in action.
seen fling his flight, but the oifiiei- inches.
But with an overflow of talent, division champion almost pull'I -5 it- ,y the season. -
the two supervisor have made \ip the victory out of the tire. The first games are scheduledto The Fliers ended their" 1917 sea- a.
two teams to battle for the starting I commence at the end of Christmas son with an extollent record of :'
The enlisted champions were six wins and one tie against onlY"
<< poaitiona a week from Mon- and New Year's leave or
halted in their for rice'1
a
quest one defeat And since Pensacola
about 6 January A of all
K copy
day.One sweep when Lt. Comdr Paul -s ae' soundly trounced Corpus Christi
includes Al i rules and' regulations and ahedule
combination Gray topped Bob Hirlemann in <' of all games will bed last week, 33-0, the Fliers are now .
Henningsen, Jim DeGroote, Mar- another match for th.>
handicap in a three-way tie for first place :
(Ibawn and distributed> to all
vin Young, Neil Ensign, and Bill second flight championship. Lt up
in the Naval Air Training Athletic
teams to disagreementsfin
Gibba, while the other combo con- Comdr. Gray played brilliant golf: R N prevent Conference. ,
alsts of Bill Scott, Buck Buntin, in beating his opponent, three up the hardwood. The Ehysical __ ________ __ __ ,-i'<
Doc Johnson, Walt Kiney, and I'and two to play. Training Department will provide the Inter-district title, and place :
Hank Winter. Fill-ins for these jerseys for all teams. .
j I ing three men in the AllNavyfinals. !
Lt. (jg) Anthony Grego and
Units wishing to enter teams .
two teams during the scrimmages the low of the tommy in its> early stagi .
Chief Scarborough wore
.include Bill McKay, Bill Sever- medalists for the both Jack Harvey; the station pro, in the leagues should send a request The team this season will also
tourney
Jack Horn, and John Kil- announced upon completion of the via Yard Mall to Physical compete in the championship eliminations .
75 in the
shooting a qualifying Training Dept. Building 726, or see
gariff. I matches that 14 trophies would be in addition to the regular "
rounds Both were knocked out
The local squad suffered a severe awarded to the contestants. In Chief Robert Beaudreau at Build- schedule, and the swimming :.::1
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loam in the past week when 1-- addition to the championship tro- ing 726COACH. mentor needs new talent for his. :,.,
Jack Sherwood, who starred for : WAVES Prepare I phies, the winners and runnersupIn team '
Corpus Christi last year and who | the three flights in both the enlisted Anyone who wishes to be .;J
baa looked very good in practice, i men'a and officers' divisions ISSUES member of the team should call
waa transferred to NATTC Mem- For Scrimmage would be given awards. Lt. King at ext. 593 or apply at '
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With Local Team sparking the sextette They will Bldg 726
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Flghi- probably be backed up by Margar. I FOR MERMEN *
Big Tomorrow I : Although no starting lino-up has et Peterson, Butch Glover, and Curt Snnmnni" the- IS.i/car-olt

Tomorrow night's the night. been named for the WAVES basketball Eloise Larkin. I Lt Paul King of t the, Plnsical H'/,;ft hall Hi;
Pick yourself out a good spot team yet, head coach The schedule this year will include Training Department received no "f'nU,1I\ struck out 11 Philadlpht .
near a radio for the broadcastof "Skip" Edge is fast getting her many more service teams' response from his first call for P/rillicf, struck out S3 batters in a .r ;

the 15 round heavyweight squad into shape for a scrimmagewith than in previous years The girls candidates for the swimmingteam yam against. Easton. High
championship fight between Joe one of the local Jacksonville will play the WACs at Eglin a few weeks ago so he issued -
Louis and Joe Wolcott. The bat- teams. I, Field, and Maxwell Field, Ala. another call for mermen this Mickey Cochrane while at col- .
tie goes on the air at 2200 over This year's team promise to be I They will also match their skill week. The Jax-Navy tank team leqe was rated as a better foot-
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wrog : one of the beat, with flashy Win- ,against one of their arch rivals, went far in the All-Navy swimming ball player and borer than a baseball -
I ate Jones and speedy Ellen Mesaer| the renaacola W"Ws. meet a season ago copping ,& Jl"'. '.. "

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