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Creation Date: December 11, 1947
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Vol. -No. 37 ,. x, 11 December 194r'q"t

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)-, ... Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District
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U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA



- Fliers Face Green Cove nay






. To Open Bask tball Season Here



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y I Lt. Comdr. I Knickelbine Is


Deduce 0AIINASDepts.To Activity -.i Io I i Named 47 Jax-Navy CoachThe



easF newest edition of the Jax-Navy basketball five will

During HolidaysMajority be unveiled Monday night at the NATTC Auditorium .whea

the star-studded Fliers take on the powerful Green Cove<

Of Civilian wrr springs Bullets in the opening game of the season. Clad in
their black and white the local hoopster Mare
spanking new togs, :
a
Here Also i
.... Employees 4d pointing toward a brilliant season and hope to get off OR
fV '. To Enjoy Xmas Leaves the right foot against their traditional .

;.. Virtually every major de- f Y Chest Total I Lt Comdr.arch-rivals Harry Knickelbln,
partment at NAS will cease I who led the NATTC Air Raidersto
{
? To 55,320.39 By the All-Navy finals a season
,% activity during: the holiday
was appointed to the position
:;"' period, the Jax: Air News ; Contributions of ago head coach of the 1917-48 Flier>> .
j. learned this week. In addition : this week He served as assistant

|1.f to the exodus of military Although the roach of the Jax-Navy eleven dur'

!,1!: personnel, subject of a survey campaign officially ing the season which just ended. -
0 vtfeks ago additional .i The initial encounter of the need
in last week's issue, departments
j trans from a number of hardwood season should draw a
which are staffed I ha\) boosted the grand capacity crowd to the NATTQ
",:. in the main by civilian employees the previously reported $ court. Last year Green Cove ruln'
*i; will either conductf 11, $:,320,39. It was ed all NAS hopes of an AllNavy"nomination
= v* eek by Captain R. M by sinking a basket
; limited "
operations ort
.' N very ..., general chairman of with only six seconds remaining to '
< shut down completely. .-';;':"';:"> 'j.i..i Navy effort. beat the local squad by one point.'
4 Since all training flights have _. .T Pushing the total Some of the ball players of the .-,.
been suspended, few planes will (,IIEEHI (i Till: TEAMS: : repiisenlmg! thru well over the unofficial ill-fated 1946 squad will bd on
*?. be taking off and landing here the gridiron Saturday afternoon were RentAdnnral W: .000, the additional hand for Monday clash. All are
: Squadron, personnel not on leave Wagner, Chief of Naval Air Tiatmng left and Maj ,L will conduct a few routine flights C. B Cates, Commanding General of the Manne Barracks 3)I''an unqualified success. combined NAS-NATTC five.
and occupy the remainder of their Va. The All-Stars were composed of the top players in I i Final totals as reported Uelsh and, nt'41t ' time with maintenance and other headed by Admiral Wagner General Cates, whose I' tain Askin were: Walter Welch and ,Chief Bob
..* ground duties. NATS will maintain roughshod over the All-Stars, will assume the duties! of Beaudreau have been working'
NASs $2,324.70
: Its regular schedule of flights dant of the.::Marine Corps upon the retirement of General \TTC-$1"O.18- with the team while Coach Knick-'
{r throughout the period except on Vandegrift early in 1918.
7th N -SJ72.0NAATC1.iS6.00( -. elbine was helping the Flier foot
Christmas and New Year's Days ---- -
i,- -----
) call squad to a neai-perfect-,
Assembly and Repair will shut All Aboard! 3)I
Naval Hospital! -$ season and, from all reports, they
down it did last
, as tightly as .
r. NARTU$115,40NAS I have built up a high-scoring ag.II
h-: Summer tor plaint maintenance : CMlianv-$! ... gregation.No -
, Approximately 2,600 workers will Make Travel Hem-fit Football II less than two first teams
. be off during the period, with just $611.53.NAS i have boon chosen so far and reserves -
: *. skeleton crews on both night and Personnel "'/ of high caliber are plenti
1' day shifts. Military personnel not Early I ful. One team, composed of Bill
,
; on leave will maintain security ,
Scott, Buck Buntin, Doc Johnson,
watches, and the duty section will ---------- --- --- Employees
NAS personnel who intendto I Walt Kinsey, and Hank Winter,
handle any transfers or receipt of :' busses are dwindling plays a steady brand of fast ball..
-- aircraft. take leave during the However, the holiday Eat In Mess I But the other five, including Al
Public Works will carry out its Christmas and New Year's I ture is far from gloomy I Hennmgsen at center Bill Gibbs
,1- : necessary functions with as few Military personnel on : During HolidaysCivilian and Neil Ensign at forwards, and
I and have not
_' employees as possible. However : holidays yet In this and other areas Marvin Young and Jim DeGrooti
t.\ because of the nature of the work I made travel reservations were I numerous than at any employees at guards is the team that will
>?. of the department it will prob- warned to do so immediately 1941 and most of the working during the be in the spotlight.
- ably be the most active during the this time of the is
by the District Transportation year will be eating Navy Every one of these hoopsters 13
holidays. All essential services rather than northward Of : unless they bring their fast and tricky and possesses an
i will be provided as usual, such as Office here this week. returning to Jacksonville from home excellent eye, a perfect
-- garbage disposal heat, water etc. I Unless reservations are made end of the leave period Is The Station Cafeteria a high-scoring team.
In order not to delay completion early, officials pointed out, matter. The outlook is closed during the entire ful, hell-for-leather type
'
- of the conversion of the former there is the possibility of not ier since the railroads period from 19 should steal the hearts
Junior BOQ's into apartments ised to add extra cars January it was fans.
j,v%" this work will continue accord- being able to obtain accom- in the event of overflow week, and arrangements No Ne\\c MH.rI 3)1
.'' (Continued uu rage S) modations for the time de holiday travelers. I ing made for employees I Coach Knickelbine is

sired. I But service personnel their noon meal at the comer to the hardwood
f"I. According to the TransportationOffice I here have been mobbing dl> I tion Mess Hall at a working with the game
I II practically all reservationson 'railroad, bus, and cents per meal. Meal years Only last season, his
I i (Continued on Page!
reserved seat streamliners (Continued on Page; > (Continued on Page
(.aptr R 'YJ leaving Jacksonville on the first -- --

I "If find jourtHf' In Jail, two days of the Christmas leave ABtHDHEBKMMMtflBHMMtMBMBBBtaaMHtMBBBBBB
you YEARBYN YY--
KKMKMBKK: N,tS Legal! period ha\'I' already been snapped AIR RECORDS SET IN PAST

Office number U };XT. 789." up and available) airline seats" Record nntmM ..,.re PI.nee. S H

I.......- --- -- and .reservations for "limite SEa
--
'i "SKYSTREAK" 20 August Muroc Air Station
NAVAL AVIATION CONTINUES TO 640.7 mph 1947 CaliforniaMuroc


BREAK RECORDS IN PAST YEARyear SPEED

(Ship, KJitorUl: Association) .
Breaking and making records I I approximately;:;; 400000 flying 25 August Air Station
has become commonplace for men hours were logged in by the men D-558 650,6 mph 1947 California
In naval aviation. In speed in long- in the nation-wide reserve program
distance, in endurance, in safety. II I being conducted at 'li! stations e
In altitude, in almost every phaseof 'throughout the country I
aviation, Navy pilots and Navy' During the past year in naval "BEA RCA T
:..: planes have challenged or broken aviation Important marks were 1 10,000 {t.
,' records-and have thus contributed made. Speed records set Include'the ALTITUDE 20 November Cleveland Ohio
in 1 minute
i
" to making'aviation safer and more 6-10.7 miles per hour speed of 1946
Important to the people of the Commander Turner F. Caldwell, : 34 seconds
U. S., as well as to the armed Jr., USN, and the 650.6 mph. rec- F8F
forces I ord set by Major Marion E. Carl, I
USMC, both piloting the Douglas XM-J' AIRSHIP
Almost 8,000 aircraft are maintained 27 October to
in'operation by naval aviation Sl including Fleet, training, anil i In endurance, the'XM1 Navyairship i ENDURANCE without refueling 3 November New Jersey
Reserve craft. To back up these took off from Lakehurst, \ .1_ 1946
planes almost 7,000 planes are in N J,. and stayed aloft 170,3 hours ;
storage pool, and overhaul activities -I without refueling to set a new record J
During the past year, the in October, 194t& Lieutenant : IRUCULtNT TURTLE" 11,326 milesin
Navy has trained 1,800 pilots and H R. Walton, USNR, captained Perth, Australia
55 hours
I
technicians. the ship I October
more than 15,000 i DISTANCE to
r The Air Reserve is an organlza- An F8F Bearcat took off from a 17 minutes 1946
Ih tion which figures prominently in standing start at the Cleveland'National Columbus. OWo
NON-STOP
!' naval aviation. There are 45,000 Aircraft Show In Novem- I P' V
officers and men in the Navy and ber 1946& and climbed to 10,000 feet i
MarCorps Reserve. In the past (Continued Out Page' 2):



Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 11 December 1947


__ MAS BEAUTY SHOP Yys

__ ___ ______ I Commercicil Bulletin .1


Bulletins Hill bo accepted until space has been filled, but .

later than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230. WE
+uuy ,

FOR SALE greens, suntans with wings, two
1942 Ford super deluxe two-door se whites two overseas greens, over But-
dan. Radio. Good condition. $1,000. seas suntans, navy blue topcoat, two
'Tis the season to be Jolly!
Johnson. Bldg 422. NATTC. caps, three cap covers pair white
shoes size 9. Cash reasonable. John there aren't too
1938 Buick special four- oor sedan Excellent many people
condition. Phone 3-1220J:! or W. Brlsch, NATTC. Bdg. 551, or around the barracks these days to

ext. 471. Henry. Mlnalta phone 76854. Coated I be Jolly or otherwise. No news is
camera.
Autopress
1940 Oldsmobile eight. New engine
good tires. $750. May take equity Carl-Zeiss 13.5 lens, diaphragm stops good news, so it must all be good
If wish. V. C. Sledge.. ACMM. Shop :, f22 to f3.5. speeds 1 second to 400th> this week. No new automobiles,
305, A&R. or 4543 Sunderand Road, of a second, standard 2'4" x 3/ : engagement rings, marriages or
8-2468. cut film, pack film or 620 roll film, I
$ 1948 phone Buick Special, four-door sedan. built In rangeflnder and flash syn I anything to report. but RUM-
} Many extras, one month old less chronizer. Contact Chief Zimmerman ORS ARE FLYIN' .
a J e M than 2.000 miles See Rannebarger, ext. 310 during working hours. 4002D We hear that Helene Hirsch and
Bdg. 521 ext. 341. or 3422B Dewey Dewey Park Annex.
Barb initiated Into
Dwyer were
:": .,, Park Annex after working hours Super Baldlna 35" camera Coupled
: 1941 International half-ton panel truck. rangeflnder, f3.8 Xenar lens, tripod, the HASH (Honorable Association
\\l\ \ Good condition. 1300. Phil Hazourl, "35n Durst" condenser type enlarger, of Snipe Hunters) that
., Electric Shop, A&R. or 550 College H.5 lens. 35" daylight loading tank:
must have been some Hayride .
Street. G. E. Interval timer feratypes trays,
1910 "74" Harley Davidson motorcycle. printing frames, print roller, blotter, they're all aggravated because the
Excellent shape. Buddy seat and books, two gross paper chemicalsand truck broke down on the way back
saddle bags. 1948 plates. 450. See utensils. Will sell as unit. $125.
could have happened along
Hokanson. VA-ATU No. 5 i. ext. 711. See Chief Nelson BXs. 31, NATTC.
a or Bks. "E". between 1230 and 1330. some nice country road, but no it

..:.', '/ \ 1937 "80" Harley Davidson motorcycle. Set of diamond rings Never, engagement and. had to happen in town, In the light!
band. used.
#
wedding Replce.ext.
:5f "" '. Recently overhauled and In excel 270. Ahd speaking of wagons breaking
lent condition. Buddy seat new tires 1941 rebuilt Chrysler engine Will fit down wonder how much longer
$350. See G. E. McFatrldge, VA-ATU 40 to 42 Chrysler or DeSoto. J. R.Belknap Black will
Maggie continue to
.' ", No. :5, ext. 711, or Brks "E".
'. 3722B Relly Ave., Dewey
;t. House trailer. $900. SH at Trout Court, Park. stay in the barracks it's beena
.: ; 11. Ingram, phone 51135. Bunny Bear convertible auto baby whole week now!
18' ft. streamline custom built house bed-halr. Like new. H. A. Bull- Midge Bryant had beginner'"
trailer Electric heater and man. ext. 8139. 1210B Hancock St.,
Shu& luck at the she
,' dog races
.,''',' Clean Inside and out. $550 NAS
Spencer, Yukon Trailer Camp, lot another dollar to the story each
RENT
: FOR
::1' ,J', No. 36. time it's repeated how much
L deluxe bicycle, site 26", child's Share Lakeshore bungalow.' Electric
'
: tale with two chairs l sewing cab kitchen, linens furnished.: : Reason was it really, Midge ?

".,. .. inet. All In good condition. Ext. 793, able. Will accept child. Phone 2-3215: Have you noticed how sad Betty .
"
"' Mrs. Rhodes.
Th Elks. Rucker looks lately couldit
breakfast privileges. Reas
\', 1937 Chevrolet coupe. Motor 'Just work. Room with
ed on. good tires. Good transportation. onable. Near NAS. Mrs Murrah, 4616 be the loss of her roommate, or
:'\ $300. Jerry Ltsenmayer, Bldg. Manchester Road. is she wearing herself out commuting .
168, or Bldg. 910 after 1600. Two sleeping rooms. Running waterIn back and forth with
Girl's bicycle 1 sine 26". Like new $30. each room very clean near NAS
Lt. Whllden.. 411 Woodland Ave: bus line. Phone 7-5234. Mrs Roger. Annie 1Mary
Two-bedroom home with corner lot In Room and board good meals served Rasich has a quiet glow
Lakeshore. My equity. $800) ; $6.100 family style good beds, hot water about her since that little midshipman
s balance. Payments $44 per month. men only Mrs. Worth, phone 74536.:
Phone 8-2528, James B. Tlmms. 5157 2135 Forbes Street. came all the way down
Blrkenhead. Two bedrooms, twin beds or double from Norfolk last week-end, and
Refrigerator 100 Ib. Ice capacity beds. Hot water near NAB bus line.
Jo Bies must be
MRS. HATTIE JOHNSON, manager of the station beauty shop, Margaret Wand. 3539 Mayfower St.: Mrs. Rogers 1018 Barn Street. taking driving
puts the finishing touches on a new hairdo for Mrs. Connie Gaha- Electric roaster with dishes. Like new, Two rooms with kitchen privileges. lessons by phone from Charleston
I gan. This Ship's Service activity offers the same line of services $29. Phone 9-3719 or ext. 433 Amy $18 per week business couple pre these days. We're wondering if a
Shaver. ferred. Phone 8-2770, Mrs Bessie
line from Green Cove
in town to all WAVES and of naval private
as beauty parlors dependents Dinette table with two chairs, $15; Houston.
Service Trailer cottage semi-furnished. Price might be arranged for Kay New-
personnel at typical Ship's prices. child's high chair $8; SimmonsIron
bed with spring and mattress reasonable. May be seen at Davis bern and Iva McLean!

- $25; chesterfield, $30; lamp table. Trailer Park, Yukon. Chief Borders Why is Foley so eager to go to

Navy Wives Club $3 Bldg.; table 521. :EP341.$3 Rennebarger see at 3422B, Trailer 1416B. space Child, St.$14, NAS.per month. Ideal the. Chief's Club for sandwiches

Hospital Dewey Park Annex after working location good fishing and hunting lately? couldn't be the food
Picks OfficersFor hours. boats free plenty of space high and and we hear that some char-
K nSttbe sofa bed. Brobst, 31110 dry. 7 miles south of Orange Park. acters went all the to Georgia
Barr Park. Highway 17 and Black Creek, Verner way
YearA Baby crib and mattress, slightly used H. Ball. for a box of candy over the
ChatterEvidently Coming
bathlnette. slightly used tlltback davenport WANTED week-end. Must be mighty good
thirty-volume set of Ameri- stuff! ,
new slate of officers for 1943 cana Encyclopedia. Chief Woodward Ride for two from vicinity of 11th and
civilian life holds a was named by the Jacksonville Empire State Trailer Camp, Orange Pearl to NAS. Working hours 0800 Lillian Steinke is holding out on
Fla. to 1630. Pierce ext. 684. us didn't know she the
Park was
for rather -
of attractions a
number Wives Club No. 86 at its
Navy High chair in excellent condition. Ride to N. Y., Boston or vicinity durIng Waltz
large portion of our personnel.Last December meeting in the Community Chief Daleen. ext. 292, 4030C Dew New Year's leave period. Will Queen.
week we lost a few more, Building, Dewey Park ey Park Annex. help drive and share expenses. Contact Schenley is falling down on her
whom J. J. Berg- Wheel chair, violin bathlnette. Phone O'Connell, Shop 426 A&R, ot duties lately she missed Admiral's -
among were last week. The officers, who will
phone 9-0953. I
2-7906, Bartlett 5112 Astral StrE'f't.Natural Inspection and failed to
mans, HAlc; W. T. Pinner, HAlc; be installed at the January meet- gas space heater 20,000 BTU Ride to I 19 Dec. Call Helen
A. E. Fox, PhM3c; G. H. Gram- ing, are Mrs. Leota Waller, pres- 6 tube G. E. radio. Phone 2-3476 Unsted. ext..g7u8, or phone 2-9385. I show up for her chest X-ray! You
Ride to Dallas. Texas on or about all better be good and watch out
HAle HedKpeth.
lick, HAle; R. W. Veley, ; ident Mrs. Marie Sturgeon vice
,
; 7 the 19th or 20th of Dec. Will share
1947 Leonard refrigerator, cu. ft., 'cause Santa Claus is coming,
and D. A. Weakley. PhM3c. president; Mrs. Rose Mary Reg- 8-plece dlnlngroom set. leather up- expenses! J. G. Hayes, room 203. know! you
ister, secretary; Mrs. Loretta holstered high chair, three felt mattresses BOQ 714.
Ride to N "Y, for three. Xmas leave Welcome aboard to a new "two-
I Being discharged on 15 Decem- Zimms treasurer Mrs. Audrey doube bed and two single
; period. Will help drive and share ex "
beds. Elfrlng, 1133 Cumberland Road. weeks cruiser. The new face you
ber is J. J. Murphy, PhMSc from Haviland, chaplain; and Mrs. Lou- Three rooms of furniture, kitchen set, penses. Woloszynowskl ext. 723.
Kansas City Mo. He intends to ise Foster, parliamentarian ]llvlngroom set bedroom set, one Ride to v .lt\vrIi Charleston en'i; Va.. are seeing around belongs to Ada
take a course in pre-med at extra bed coffee table lamp table, on 19 Dec. share and Hynes, Y3c, who hails from St.:
up The club decided to further its lamp. All In good condition. $135. driving. Gainer ext. 732. Petersburg.
the University of St. Louis. Mur- plans for a regular evening for Chief Rhodes, ext. 339. I Ride to Wlnston-Salem. N. C., or vicinity .
phy has 22 months in the Navy 18 Navy Teen-agers each week after Short waist length gray fur Jacket on 19 Dec. Will share expenses
sand
of which were spent here. Looksas size 14. Excellent condition. Phone and driving. Wagoner, Bks. 61, "What's a honeymoon
the first of the year. 5-8008R. Mrs. F. C. Wood. 310 East I NATTC ext. 632. wich ?"
If we'll need another movie op- At a social to be held at the 19th Street. Ride from Lake Forest 74\0\ Supply "Just lettuce alone."
erator shortly. Three cocker pups. AKC registered.Ext. Dept Working hours to 1636.
club house on Thursday, 18 December 643, Ervln. Ext. 8102 Sellers.
at 1800 members will Ride to N. Y. on or about 18 Dec. Ing 20 Dec., returning Jan. Nonstop -
Cocker Spaniel pups. Registered pedigree
who ,
PhM3c 763.
R. J. Bourgeous, Caraway, ext.
Will share .
and
of stock four months expenses driving.Joe :
finish gifts for the champion
wrapping
de-
heater and
1941! Buick underseat
has been ante> to call the open Collins ext. 696.
old. Select now for Xmas presents.
for all froster. Chief Jones 37178
DeweY'Park
Xmas Navy
ating room his second home for Nursery party Phone 3-1711. Mrs Lasak, 4635 Col Riders to share expenses to Illinois
Annex Box 1713 Yukon,
children scheduled the afternoonof I Leaving 19 Dec. K. M. Bruster, or
some time, will be discharged on FgIetr'r{ Malnslde DIsp.. ext. 415. Fla.
22 December. A "white ele pups three months old.
18 December. His plans are a pre-i 4013D Park Riders from vicinity of Popular Pointto Small portable typewriter In Rood
L. P. Nleberle, Dewey :
is condition.I Chief Poling, ext. 8265.
I Xmas gift exchange
phant"
dental course at Loyola UnIver- Annex. I NAS. Working hours 0800 to 1630.
Ride from Lake Forest to NAS. Work-
planned for those attending, it House trailer. For sale or rent. Awn- Pennington, ext. 726.
New Or-
town of
sity in his home Two riders to In* hours 0745 to 1630. Lillian Graham
Chicago or vicinity andreturning
was announced. Ings covering trailer and porch. Sell-
ext. 8266. or phone 5-8064-J.
leans. ing price $575, rent price $35 a via Cincinnati and Indian
month plus space and lights. Contact apolis. Xmas leave period. Slmm- FOUNDBag

J. Rosell, Jr., PhMSc, who Mr. Butts, Yukon Park, Parking son, AOM "B" school ext. 794.! b'ltat pair of sun-glasses, two
Naval Space No. 30. Three passengers to share expensesand five I yards of white
should make a good cop when he 1942 Plymouth two-door sedan. Ex- driving to Rhode Island Leaving material, three spools of thread, two
gets out, having been a memberof cellent condition original owner See 23 Dec., returning 9 Jan. dgeiere cards of buttons. Owner claim atSupply
the master-at-arms force for (Continued from Page 1) Lt. (Jg) Shahan, Bldg. 500, ext. 540. ext. 8177. ... Personnel Office, xt. 438,
is to receivehis in 100 seconds to set a new climb- 1941 custom built l Schulty trailer: Ex-, Ride to N. Y. on 19 Dec. and returning Mrs. Klckllghter.LOST
the last year, going cellent condition. Contact D. E. on 27 Dec. Will share expenses -
traveling papers on the 19th ing record. Lieutenant: Commander Schwarty, Yukon Trailer Camp. B. M. Andrews, ext. 446. Parker "51" gold filled Name Irene
of this month. He is another as- M. V Davenport, USN, set the Three rooms of furniture bedroom Riders from Stockton and College or SplllU on side. Lost near Station
who will take his record. llvlngroom and kitchen. All for $200. Park to NATTC. Working hours 0800 Ext. 8230. S. J. SpllUev
piring M. D., Damron 1342B Randolph St., NAS. to 1630. Clevenger ext. 397. S l lkie toy terrier dog, black
studies at the University of Utah. The "Truculent Turtle, a P2V Llvlngroom suite, air compressor, and Two riders to California. Leaving 15 body with tan feet and nose. $10
Neptune, set a new world long- I spray gun. J. B. Bailey, ext. 763 Deo., returning In 30 days. Contact reward for her return. Anyone know-
Patients at the Naval Hospitalhad distance record by flying 11,236 : or phone 5.4530W.Officer's : M. Bogdonov, Malnslde Station Po Ing whereabouts of this dog yleasecontact
size 38 trousers lice ext. 8178.
uniforms Chief Crews, Welfare Office,
quite a treat last Monday aft miles In 55 hours, 18 minutes. 'I waist 33, length 34. Pair of blues,_ Two riders to Birmingham, Ala. Leav- Bldg. 3, ext. 498.
ernoon. The entertainers from the Perth, Australia and Columbus, : .

1' Rainbow Room show at the Ohio, were the atarUng and finishing I CB FOOTBALL CHAMPS .,

George Washington Hotel came points on the famed trip. :ITO : ..... .._.. ----..,,-'' '-...- .---- ... -_. ,. .
II out and put on a show. We hopeto The Naval Air Transport Service' "" '\\I-: :" :::: .: ;;;.{t '"fJ .JJfJ ii.-i' 't'I

get more entertainers out from set a new safety record by flying I ; '

Jax in the future, so watch your 68,000,000 plane miles with but one r '", '." ,

bulletin boards! accident, resulting in the death of

one crew member, over a period of ,

Bingo! Thursday night at 1930; five years. No passenger fatalityhad '

place-Red Cross Recreation Hall. ever been recorded. : :

With no pain and no strain, YOU The Navy produced the world's : ,

can win a prize.. largest transport! plane-the Lock- 'S
y heed Constitution. The 92-ton

Much doings at the Hospital four-engine plane, designated the 5 : t
a
Monday night 1930, 15 December.The XR60-1 carries 168 passengers on .e S. x.
Optima Club will be here fora two separate decks. It has a use- 4i

party on Ward B-7 and there ful load of over 69,000 pounds.

will also be a flee Hall party. Looking back on these recordsset

in the past year, naval aviation x "

Well, fellas, they are here expects no let-up. It heads into a e a -

again! Your favorite entertainers new year of research! and development S.S.'S 4

_ from Jax, the Babaley Jr. Theater hoping to set new marks in S S

group will be out to give you a all fields of aeronautics. '

super-deluxe floor show en 18 De- i itTILE

cember at 1930 in the Rec Hall. alysia has confined him to the

We want all patients to muster hospital but has failed to dampenhis

with us, and we can assure you of spirits or sour his dispositionin L

a good night's entertainment.Don't the least. ..
miss this! Robinson is a native Jaxon andis

employed as an underwriterwith

PATIENT OF THE WEEK: the H. C. Hare Insurance Co.

After a lapse of a few weeks we He is married and resides at 1086 b

are back on the ball again. Ernest Ingleside Avenue with his wife CRACK A&R TOUCH FOOTBALL sextet was crowned champ last week of the recently-

D. Robinson, VAP, has been chosen and child. ended, Intra-mural touch football! league. The squad gained the title with a perfect record althoughit

r for honors this week. "Roble" Well, Robbie, some of us are too barely slid by its last game with VM, 10. Members of the team in the above photo are, left to

is a one-time swabbie, having dumb to know what underwritersdo right (back row) A. Keshian, E. A. Nicgorskl, R. I. Brandt P. Q. Oliver!, J. M. Blackwelder, L. R.

served from 1910 through 1915 but we hope you can get backto Ostheimer, H. J. Harniah, and R. J. Laurence who is also manager. Froht row, left to right, P. Roa-

with the Navy. An attack of par- doing It very soon. pino, R. N. Pomroy, D. S. Corle, W. B Andrews, L. L. Morrison and D. Miller.




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MOVIES: Weekdajs-1730 THURSDAY and 2000; week-ends-USO and 2000

S "LONE WOLF IN LONDON", with Gerald Mohr.

fA K v FUIDAY
-,._? j .m ,_.__..._._. "_'_' __ ..'''_ "___"_7 ''--.J'' r "TIlE I INVISIBLE WALL", featuring Don Castle. .
OFFICIALS TO SERVE for the coming six-month period were elected last week by the Officers' SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Wives Club at its monthly meeting in the "0" Club. The new officers are, left to right, Mrs. G. Ma- "NIGHT SONG", starring Dana Andrews.
I crl, treasurer; Mrs. T C. Moore, secretary; Mrs. T. H Haff president; Mrs. A C. Berg, first viceaesident MONDAY"THE1PRETENDER"
; and Mrs. M, H Kollmorgen, second vice president with Albert Dekker.
,_'_ :_ TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
''J'" "CASS TI}. EnLANE", featuring Spencer Tracy.

: Bowlettes Hold Ladies AuxiliaryOf Wrestlers Open THURSDAY
"DEVIL SHIP", starring Richard Lane.

. Lead In WAVES F. R. OffersMembership Season Saturday JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMShows
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Bowling League"Butch" Prize Versus OttumwaThe THURSDAY start AND at 2000.FRIDAY

Glover's Bowlettes A prize of one year's member- NAS grappling team will THE ROOSEVELT STORY", with K. Lynch. '
tightened their grip on first placeIn ship dues will be awarded to the mark the start of a new season SATURDAY
the WAVES bowling league member of the Ladies Auxiliaryof Saturday when it journeys to Ot "DEVIL SHIP", featuring Richard Lane. t
this week with a total pinfall of the Fleet Reserve Association tumwa Iowa to compete againstthe SUNDAY
2058 counted for the last eveningof Branch 91, signing up the most powerful Iowa pre-flight mat- "THE INVISIBLE WALL", starring Don Castle.
play boosting their record to members during the period be- men. The NAS squad is expectedto MONDAY AND TUESDAY
three wins and no losses. tween September 1947 and Feb- leave the station Saturday "NIGHT SONG", with Dana Andrews.WEDNESDAY .

, Taking all single honors at the ruary, 1918, it was announced at morning and return Sunday afternoon -
Mainside alleys this week was the monthly meeting of the Aux- THE PRETENDER", featuring Albert Dekker.

I Winnie Jones who had 199 In the iliary on 1 December at 2000 in Ten men will make up the local OTHER EVENTS
\ the Cumberland Road Community -and, from all reports
single string, 513 for three strings, group
and a high average of 161 to top Building.Mrs. everyone is in good shape. They BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage. ,
all other competition. Trailing Paula Miller, membership have been working out daily in MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 1200-2400
Winnie for the high single string chairman, pointed out that the Bldg 612 for the past two months Club meets at 1900 Wednesaays.
was Nadine Jones with 191, membership drive was still in under the coaching of Lt. Steve MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
:Marge Lewis with 189, and Fran force and that a national award Nyradi, former college wrestler. Fridays.
Free with 187. would also be given by the national Ottumwa will probably be rep PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
chairman to cover this resented by the men who carried Thursdays.
Standings period.Final the Naval Air Training Athletic BOULING-Six alleys located In :Mainside Recreation Building
Tram Won Lo.t plans were also madein Conference wrestling champion- No 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 to 2130.
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Ramblers Bowlettes 2 1 0 connection with the contribu- ship back to their base a year ago. BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
tion of food and clothing at Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside :Mat after
Carve ese 1 2 Christmas time to the needy fam- Mrs. Louise Orzag was elected 1500.
Hot Wheels Shots 0 1 3 2 ilies of the city. Mrs. Clara Stephanz chaplain to fill the vacancy left MAINSIDE.LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located In
designated 22 December at by the resignation of Mrs. Thriza the South wing of Building No. 955, ia open to NAS personnel and '
2000 in the Cumberland Road Com- M Bache. their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions .
munity Building as the time and Refreshments were served dur- by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-phonograph
Monday Is Deadline place for assembling and prepar- ing the social hour following the available for use of all hands.
ing the gifts for distribution. meeting with Mrs. Grace Sande- LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Build
Station civilian employees; Members desiring to donate cloth fur, Mrs. Martha Dobarzynski, mg No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
were reminded this week that ing and food are requested to and Mrs. Grace Carson in charge. 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
Monday Is the deadline for procuring bring their gifts to this meeting, SWnUUNG-Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday1800to
their new photo badges! or to phone the welfare chair- : 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100.; Sunday-1300 to 2100.
at the Yard Office. After (on-I man, Mrs. Pearl Szarmanski, at All NAS GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
day, the old badge will not 2-5349. day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House.. Bathing
honored by the Marines at the Mrs. Marguerite Harvey was (Continued from Page 1) I trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
gate for entrance to the sta- I elected chairman of a committee ing to schedule throughout the 'CJlOltAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
tion. I of arrangements for a Hard Times leave period. r&rds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
dance to be held in January, and Supply reported that 70 per cent Field.
of Its cirHicm personnel would be TE.'lrltaettUets and balls are available at the Physical TrainIng *
I YOU CAUTT WIN By caa off luring eRe or both leave pe- Building No. 72*.
riods and that operations wouldbe ARCHERY: -Club, located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800 '
conducted limited
) on a scale. to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
It is expected that during each Everyone welcome.

period approximately 50 per cent NURSERl'-Sponsore by the Navy Wives dub in Bldg. 1101.
of both military and civilian
per- Hours Monday through F'riday-07oo to 2400 to
sonnel would be available for the ; Saturday-0700
0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
handling of freight and other nec-
work.It for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
pL essary was the same story in other and $11 for three or more children, Daily (for working mothers)-$1
from 0700 to 1800.
departments all the way down the
line. Duties and operations which
are routine and can not be delayed Nimitz To Speak On Make Travel
will be the major task of all who
remain aboard. Navy Band Broadcast Continued from Page 1)

a Lt. Comdr. The United States Navy Band I I offices when they could have secured *
ft will broadcast: over the American the same service right here
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.( t f ( y )) (Continued from Page 1) Broadcasting Company network on the station making trips into
;,7 ing brought the NATTC Air Raider this Saturday from 1000 to 1030, town and waiting In lines unnecessary
W I five all the way to the All- it has been announced by Rear I Airline and bus travel Information *
V : Navy finals at Chicago where they Admiral Felix Johnson, Directorof reservations, and tickets I
I copped the consolation prize. Public Relations, Navy Depart may be procured at the Greyhound ,
I The stocky head coach gainedhis ment, Washington, D. C. Bus and Eastern Airlines
playing experience while in The program will feature an I Office in Bldg. 39. Tickets may be
high school, then in semi-pro ball, Interview with Fleet Admiral purchased there for any airline
and finally at Pensacola. Last Chester W. Nimitz in his last radio or bus line in the country. The
season was his first experience in appearance as Chief of Naval District Transportation office located
I basketball coaching and he came Operations.Guest in Bldg. 907, will handleall
rail travel
c./ through with flying colors. speaker for the next week- accommodationsfor
As in the past the NAS ly' program of the same series of personnel.
WAVES sextette will play their broadcasts on Saturday, 20 De- Civilian employees, as well as
games this season prior to the cember, will be Rear Admiral servicemen from Mainside, NAT
Flier clashes. Monday night, at Thomas L. Sprague, Chief of Na- TC and the Naval Hospital, are
1700 they will take on the NAS val Personnel, the announcementalso offered the services of the bus
civilian girls squad in the opening stated. and airline office in Bldg. 39. In
game of the season. The Flier- < addition, civilians may arrangefor
I I I Green Cove game will follow im Columbia made the' first field rail travel through the same

I "Who, met Oh, I'm Just having a midnight snack." mediately. goal try (a miss) In 1872. I office.
Those persons merely rleolrtwt. *
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I travel information may obtain it
r STALEMATE By Harold Jones, SI MlS-tle-toe: : I by telephone. The District Transportation
Office can be reached at
1C. 1 ext. 276 and the airline-bus officeat
,b', '. + bb ') .' ext. 8115.
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from 1100 to 1230 daily
Department heads have been re*
quested to canvass tha personnelin
U } their respective departmentsand
W communicate the results to
the Commissary Officer so that
i an adequate amount of food can
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accommodate all persons desiring
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) Jfl 5 Discipline For Reservists IT'S A TOUGH LIFE .Steve

(SEABroad, general rules for disciplinary

Editorial; Offices action of enlisted Naval Reservists on

f South Wing, Lower Deck, Bldg. 930 training duty were announced by the Chiefof (

Telephone Extension 8184 Personnel. Unless the sentence awardedby u ? 4/' I

Arthur M. Greene, Editor a court martial could be served duringthe 111

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the authorized period of training duty, such' 6 pllllll
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida and trial is not considered to be warranted. : liltj4N

printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat Though each case should be decided individually -
no expense to the government and in compliancewith
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918: dated 12 De- I general recommendations were
cember 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge sent to Commandants of all Naval Reserve 1v001
lit the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical Districts in Naval Reserve Multiple Address -
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval Letter No. 4517.
Air Advanced Training Command.Headquarters of
' the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air I Here are some of the rules : :Minor of-

Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range fenses should be punished by appropriatemast

and the U. S. Naval Hospital. or court martial sentence, before the

Rear Admiral Ralph Davlson individual is released to inactive duty. When y
f' Commandant Seventh Naval District such action is not possible, and it would
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training
delay the teservist's return to inactive

Captain Herbert S. Duckworth. USN. Commanding duty beyond the regular period of training 4
Jacksonville Naval Air Station duty, CO's may recommend undesirable discharge -

Captain Jules F. Schumacher USN CommandingNaval by reason of unfitness or general
Air Technical Training Center discharge by reason of unsuitability or

Captain C. M Scharr (MC) USN. Commanding unfitness.;
U. S. Naval Hospitaly
Where the breach is of such a characteras

y Captain F. V,'. Prlestman USNR Commanding. to warrant trial by General Court Martial,
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
l I the offender shall be retained on or returned -

Lt. Col. T. C. Moore Jr.. USMC. Commanding to a duty status until completion of
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Marine BarracksCaptain :
1 action. r Y
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C. S Commanding I
Air Station You said to dress and draw tame hen didn't ?"
Naval. Auxiliary Cecil Field I I :._ you ___
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r Lowered
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn USMC Requirements
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe : Mitaftfflff 1 1I
Ike.
JAX AIR NEWS receives Shlp's Editorial Association : (SEA-Physical) requirements for enlistment Gate Gossip
material. Republication of credited matter prohibited I :
without permission of SEA. Washington I 25. D. C. Republication [I or reenlistment in the regular Navy I
of any other matter except by service publications. and class V-6 of the Reserve were recently I "Flo" Gannaway was welcomed
prohibited without permission of Editor, '
JAX iRt NEWS. lowered temporarily by Alnav 242-47. back with open arms this week

The old requirement of 18 serviceable I by the gang of Bldg. 450.: We
understand that during her
You Can't Beat This teeth with corrected defects has been changed. month-long vacation she visited
I
The Navy will now take care of all several states and "just had a

The following is a hypothetical interview dental work after the enlistee is in service, good time."

between an ex-third class mech and the including both sets of dentures if necessary. TRAVELER*IN TIME is a col- I If you have been wonderingwhy
I also is the vision lection of tales of man's Eubanks carries a ruler
personnel manager of a large corporation : Changed previous re- "strange 'around
,
with him most of the
(The ex-enlisted man is on terminal leave quirement of 6/20 correctible to 20/20 with journeyings" into the past and the time, it's not that he's a Simon
future, edited Van Do-
I by Philip
having been honorably discharged. from the glasses. Requirements now are 2/20 cor- ren Stern. There are 24 stories, 1: Legree. He uses it to check on
U. S. Navy). rectible with glasses to 20/20, if the defec- one for each hour of the day, in the measurements of his homeI
tive vision is not the result of an active or which the various authors have I which is under construction in
Generous Electric Company Personnel I progressive organic disease.No dealt with time," either turningit Murray Hill.
Manager: "Well, son before :you fill out our backwards, pushing it ahead or I "Mac" from the Safety Section
questionnaire, let me ask what you expect oft longer a basis for disqualification is making time stand still. Playing keeps mumbling Cuba and Spanish -
us?" defective color perception. The test for col- with the idea of time has fascinated i phrases. We understand that

or perception, however, will be entered in the many people and there are I before his fellow employees learned
Third Class Mech: "Sir, I'm going to name applicants' service record. complete books as well as short of his transfer to Cuba,
J some of the things I should like to get : stories dealing with the subject I they anticipated calling tne boys
I The former requirements of from 60 to 76 "
"On Borrowed Time, by Law with the "white coats".
ti 1. Security for myself and th-e familyI I, inches in height has been modified to include rence Watkin, "Portrait of Jen- I I Should you wonder about the
intend to have. heights from 60 to 78 inches. nie" by Robert Nathan, and "The contented look on George Barker

2. Retirement after twenty Present mental standards (at least 40 in Unforseen" by Dorothy Macardle. this is to inform you that we
;years.
I NOW HEAR THIS Is another have learned from authoritativesources
the
Applicant Qualification Test) remain in
3. Opportunity for advancement at book of naval activity in World that it's because of' a
regular specified intervals based upon effect. War II. The authors John J. :Mot changed liquid diet. That is, milk
4 merits and intelligence The Navy plans to return to previousor ley and Philip R. Kelly, have triedto instead of bourbon.Mr. .
my own higher standards ir4he future, however, put together in narrative form Carson took the day off last
4. Frequent increases in pay. and major defects will be listed on the appli- the chronological actions of representative I Friday to do some fishing. Under
5. $10,000 worth of insurance protection cant's medical record. ships of every major stand he caught five but let one
type in the U. S. Navy. Battle- I
get away. We're waiting to find
at reduced premiums. I ships, carriers, cruisers destroy- out how big the one was that
6. Subsistence allowance for myself NAVAL OBSERVATORY REMAINS ers submarines patrol vessels, I| got away.

and family. IN EAST Marine fleet auxiliaries are all represented and the Merchant a short I Dub Harden we understand 1 I.

7. An initial wardrobe followed by a (SEA)-Young men may go West but as far history of the ship and an account going to give up fishing. Hear
as Naval Observatories go-it's East that counts. that he tried his luck last Sat-
of its activities
in the war being ;
quarterly clothing allowance. Though the exact location has not been determined I included. urday and had a seafood dinner.
8. Entertainment; such as movies, the Navy has decided to move the site of the |I' But he didn't catch theminsteadhe
proposed new observatory east of the Blue In SHIRT SLEEVE DIPLO- fried the left from
Ridge shrimp over
bowling, etc., at a fraction of the commercial -
MAT Danielstells
Josephus of the
Mountains. The decision was based principally on his fishing trip.
cost. the necessity for retaining easy access to other scientific years between 1933 and 1942 when. I I'| Bob Hall has been visiting all
9. Free housing for myself] and low agencies in the East-and on the necessity he was Ambassador from the Unit the department stores in town
I for retaining close contact with the governmentin ed States to Mexivo. He tells of I which have Santas to entertain
cost housing for family when I get ,
my
D. C. the things he saw and of the peo- !
V/ashigton,
shoppers. He has been asking
married. I Presently located in Washington, D. C., the ob- pie with whom he was in contact' them all to bring him either a
10. The of buying at in both countries. He gives an illuminating I
privilege non servatory maintains a large computing laboratory swamp buggy or a kit to converthis
profit stores. to handle the millions of figures necessary in account of Mexican- "leapin' heap" so he can use
United States relations i
11. The guarantee of not being in- astronomical records and calculations.In that period as well as descriptions during it on hunting trips. Imagine be-
an effort to choose a suitable location, astronomers ing stuck in the mud for five
terfered with closed unions. of life'of
shop incidents
by have been busy since May studying i interesting in the hours!
1 12. A vacation every ;year-30 days the problems and possibilities of various sites. the embassy. '| Henry has been bragging about
with pay.* As far as the weather is concerned (fa primary MURDER ON THE PURPLE' the musical motor in the Stude-
13. Extra time off to attend special factor in consideration of locating an observa- I WATER is a new Pat Abbott mystery baker he bought recently. Upon
tory). the East meets the requirements satisfac by Frances Crane, this one checking, we found that instead of
events. torily. I I taking place in Key West. Other I the anvil chorus Henry
13.: Opportunities for travel and for I -*- new "who-dunits" are THE VOICEOF was only loose clalmsr
furthering my education. THE HOUSE by Margaret Mr. Anderson is going
15. Free medical care for myself" and I Erskine and FALSE FACE by his Christmas leave by taking a
I Leslie Edgley. HIT THE SADDLEby cruise with the Naval Reserve.
family. Elston and OPEN LAND by B. -a a .
16. Exemption from income taxes. I M. Bower are new additions to
17. Exemption from social security I the collection of westerns. MRS. ECCLES TO SPEAKAT
-N.eu clrxlVieuus I HOOK REVIEW GROUP
I
taxes and union dues. s

18. Tools} and equipment furnished I' Navy Orders PlywoodAnd will Mrs.review Leonie interesting Seabrook and Eccles amuse

t. for any hobby I wish to follow. Plastic Boats ing experiences she had in South
19. Athletic equipment furnished for I America and Mexico at the 11 De
SEA) The first I cember meeting of the Book Review .
r all sports. TilE BOOK THAT GOES WITH THE MAN postwar
assistance changes in Navy small boat design Group of the Officers Wives
20. Financial and
legal When ;you buy a machine of any kind- are represented by six plas- Club. The meeting will be' held at
whenever I need it. automobile, typewriter, or sewing machineyou tic and 88 plywood motor boats 1400 in the Small Chapel.
21. A clean place to work and live. receive a book of instructions with it. ordered by BuShips for experimental Chairman of this month's gath-
use and ering will be Mrs. L. T. Sugnet.As .
22. Full pay when I become ill. testing.The
When with it
something goes wrong this all
your is
first an open) meeting
23. Full should I leave job designed for heavy
pay my first thought is, "VVhere is the book that duty in the open seas, the plastic members are Invited to bring
for an emergency within my immediate goes with the machine?" boats will be 28 net in length- friends as their guests.
family. You would think that man foolish who twice the size of the plastic com- ---- -- ----

2-.. A salary that will be ample to knew nothing about the mechanism and yet mercial models now in use. Each

provide me a comfortable living." attempted to tinker with it without regardto will advantages carry 20 of persons.the Principal
plastic boats
rj Personnel Manager: "Mister, when you the directions.The are possibility for inexpensivemass

find a job like that, drop me a line." Bible is the Book that goes with the production and eliminationof At ham the Stead Station and Chapels Muslin, Avenue firming' ,.,

Third Class Mech : "I already have- man Here is the story that tells where he the necessity for painting.The Protestant

the Navy I-but I thought I could do betterin came from, what he is made for, where he streamlined plywood motor 0030-NATTC Servtce--Chaplaln A.

civilian life." is going, and how he can be kept in order; boats as feature well a more powerful engine -' l04s.5e: Boyer Worship Service -
as 12'i per cent lighter
Personnel Manager: "My advice to you is in fact, all about him. hulls. Of the 88 plywood craft- Chaplain Catholic F. L. Albert.

to return to the service. You've got a good The tr..gedy of life is that there are so ordered, 63 will be of the 28-foot (0700 WOO( --MaM Mass

thing there. By the way, will they take a many people who try to live their lives length designated to carry 20 people 1100-Mass
and 25 will be of the 40-foot An outdoor Nursery for small children -
man like myself, or is 50 too old? without the Book that goes with the man. length designed to carry 37 M maintained. between QOOO
(Courtesy of COMNATSPAC Newsletter) Chaplain A. C. Boyer. *. passenger and 1200.



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.. With the advent of Joyous I

: ; tidings of Christmas, and to those cently, I happened to hear a

who have never seen Santa Claus racket that sounded like a flockof
et 'I poised for his descent down the chickens pecking corn on a

chimney the Plant Division pre- wooden floor. Looking in, I discovered -
t V., sents with pride the largest "St. none other than Joe (The

( 1 Nick" in this area which will Red) Knowles typing like a house
adorn the cupola at the entranceof afire. I immediately ran for a

W ? A&R Bldg. 101. The paint bucket of water in case the type.
shop should be commended for a writer exploded,

... good job in preparing' this display -
Engineering Division
FredCyneI've
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by
along with its painter, .T. B
E. ) been writing this
Underwood who has designed and
particular column for almost two
painted numerous other Christ-
years now Some folks liked it and
mas displays in the area.
some have resented it, but all
MI
>
aR e s O M Spicer, central tool room
things I've said were in fun.
supervisor, has returned from a
Someone else will take) over when
week's vacation. From all reports, I leave and will give different
you a
: : had time
rI he a good fishing squirrel conception of the news
hunting, and Just plain icst-
Last week, I would have mentioned .
I Ing. the fact that one of
I : s.\ : I Earl (bet-em-high) Pardue did assets our"largest
was leaving for
Just that the other night at tht
as he "tar heel
country". but I failed
dog track but regained a portionof
to get the well-known word
t' r ) his losses on a football game.
K 1)
E oon enough We'll miss you and
I While passing the tool room le
t ..our red nose, Foy.I .
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don't know whether you have
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Christmas Dress 4 .. noticed it or not, but it could be
either 32 or 102 degrees in Engineering -

THE STATION BEGAN to and franco; Eggert
t
;.+-.: assume a holiday air last week would still wear his leather jack
as Public Works employees et. Maybe his blood doesn't contain .

,' i started the task of dressing the anti-freeze.
station up for Christmas. Tra Caroline Howell was talking

.- ditional scenes were erected in about "brown baggers" a couple

front of Supply and the Chapels of weeks ago. Maybe the people

and other decorations are yet in question are saving for Xmas

to be set up. Here, Public Works Now that Foy is gone "Buzz"

painters put the finishing touches : (Old Salty Dog) Gamache has already -
on the Nativity and Santa found two people to take

scenes.!! his place in arguments Jock Silver -
:
N argues on the Navy and Coast

3 rM Guard, and Eugene Hunipal argues -
on hangar flying and bomb-


:! ; SUpRLY ing.Ac'('e<;.Mrlt'iII Dh'll\lon-by Dorothy .

M \\'llIIam"lon-Who in Ordnance -

Shop paid $21.00 to have his
lawn nrjowed} ?

Yl We sincerely ,hope Mrs Stickej
I will soon be on the load to recovery .

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... :, "
".,. "" We are glad to hear that Mrs!'
Y U LET IDE YEARNINGS Brunson is out of the hospital

"What do you want for Chrlst- .,.. We notice that Jim looks more
mu?" Your reporter asked that .,." pleased: now since shea home
question last week, and here's again.
some of the answers: Nancy Mc- x ", Johnnie Knowlton can preservethe

Callum "Set of sterling silver" ; ::-:: pontoons now as the weather
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Gwyn Morton, "A thousand dol has turned cool. How about all

lars', Roby Robinson ( South those dog food cans you have
area), "A subscription to the l Station Fielding InspectingThe INSIDE around the house

Book-oMhe-Month Club"; Cleo Did the Toonerville trolley fail

Peterman, "A baby doll"; Marie Civilian Girls'Basketball PUBLIC WORKS to run one day last week We

Nieset, "A horse and buggy"; I were wondering about it. as Ryan

Phoebe Sapp, "Lots anti lots of TeamOnce This gives V.I Indication I of was absent from work last Friday -
bath salts"; Annie Mae McDer- Inspectors .
: turning into a sports column,
mon, "A grandbaby"; Lillian Kil- Abner L Lynch Is no longer a
again NAS civilian em- By Helen Burnette but that seems to be the main
lough, "A radio phonograph combo' ployees will be represented on topic of conversation among Pub- happy bachelor for he went sailing
; Viola LeJeune, "Wristwatch" the hardwood by an all girl Glad to have you back at work lic Works personnel these days. on the Sea of Matrimony with
; J. A. Griffith, "A bird with us, O. N Smith. Sorry you Dora Thompson Happy sailing,
hunt and pretty weather for fish- cage squad. have had to be out because of ill- There was a real Public Works folks.
The will tne 1947
Jng"; Ruth Galli, "Oh, a lotta girls with a open ness but hope you are feeling en- gathering at the Navy-Marine We welcome L. L. Kirkwood to
season scrimmage game tirely fit.What's. football game at the Gator Bow 1
pretty things". our shop.
against the NAS WAVES Mon-
One entire
Saturday. row was oc-
SPORTS SPOTS. Bill Roundtree day night at the NATTC Auditorium going on, Chief Revier cupied by Capt. and Mrs. H, B. Thomas and Labing are happynow
'Tis rumored around that are as they are back the
and Vie Frees are organizing a as a preliminary to the you Jones, Capt. and Mrs. J F Jel in
cage: team to represent Supply in opening game of this year'squintet. chasing squirrels and barking at ley from the Bureau of Yards .Landing Gear shop,
intend to the moon! We were sorry to hear that Pat
the coming season. They Flier .
and Docks, Capt. C. G. Smallwood!
hook up with the Old Man's But this does not mean the We have all heard of "Pea Coat" and guest, Comdr. and Mrs V. Patterson was out sick last week.

League, so all you heroaspirantschat final choice of players has been I Charlie, but what is the secret S. Johnson, Comdr. and Mrs. C. We have decided that it is not
with either of these two union made lot the NAS civilian story behind "Gloves" Gammill O Reinhardt, Comdr. and Mr!. one of those fickle romances but

men and come out for fun girls' team. Monday's game is Is there-1 a romance in the bud R. E Ford and Comdr and Mrs.R. only a contest of personality that
the
Who knows, you might win a gameor just to warm up to determine I or !is it merely a fishing trip with R Wooding. Two rows and "Glamor Gal" of the Electric

two and it would certainly how well team aspirants who the ."lady of curves" from Engine one-fifth back were Mr. and Mrs.L. Shop is undergoing.

help the "waste" line Smith, have already turned out this i Overhaul Machine Shop and Chief H. McKinley, J H. Lee, Laurie Personnel and Administrationby -
I Wilkins, and Reilly, in that or- season work as a squad. Thereis "Greek" Lokatosh7 Rosenburg, Brant Smith, Pete Dot Dickson-We understandthat

der, are leading the boys in high- still plenty of room for good Chief Willie J. Johnson has returned -I Capps, and a vacant seat which Jean S. visited quite a few

est averages of the Supply and material, and all female employees from a 60-day leave. We I Walker Crevasse was supposed to places while up north, such as
Public Works bowling boys. Carl are eligible for a position are glad to have you back withus occupy. Philadelphia New York, and Wil-

Reiter is still dragging the rear on the team. If interested, Chief, and sincerely hope your Walker failed to show and mington, Delaware. We hear she
but is expecting to "score" trium- contact Team Manager Rita father is much better I up didn't even get cold when the
offered as his excuse a long,
phantly as the season progresses Jochum at ext. 8149 or Michael( Chief Martin did not bring any and very north wind started to blow.
true 7)
,
exciting undoubtedly ( )
PVVs Crevasse copped the high- Cascone, Employee Services, fish back with him from his sev- story involving a fire in his kitchen Lt. (jg) Sweat drove to Tampato

est single game with 256 pins Bldg. 450, ext. 532, for detailsas eral-day fishing trip, but we un- ; trouble with the plumbing, and attend the wedding of her

I Come around Tuesday nights to to where tryouts and practice derstand he had fish for dinner a few other such items. However, I cousin.
the Springfield Alleys if you're sessions will be held. Now, what icebox did he raid Doris White !is on the sick list.
\9 when one of the boys phoned his
interested in watching the keglers Sponsorship of a team by I Sorry you haven't been well, I house to see if he were going t
throw themselves Into the game NAS this year was made poe I Mr. Bishop, but we hope you are the the maid said that Seems that Dottie T. has a
& EQUIPMENT PARTY sible through funds obtainedby feeling much better now. game mania for losii.g things. One day
LABOR Walker
was out of town.
Colored personnel), tomor- Employee Services from the I Did you know L E Jordan Is she; lost and found her wallet, and
( Writes Frederick Davis Employees Association for Civil starting a dog kennel? All stray The game was enjoyed by all, Jie next day she lost and found

; row for this night.column, "Well, it won't Service Employees with the approval dogs gladly given a home he although at one time Capt. Small- her glasses That: what marriedlife
of the Commanding Of- Just LOVES 'em He even feeds wood was heard to sadly state has done for her.
: be long now! We've just completed that all the team needed
Navy Mr. Jarrard is
and ficer 'em rice with a shotgun. quite a Shake-
the banquet
plans for The will take to the was Notre Dame in its lineup.In spearean quoter, we understand.
dance at the Two-Spot Night Club girls What Chief in the departmentwas
-there'11 be music, dancing and courts this season in bright red without transportation last the Maintenance Division,

fun galore Chicken dinners, and gray uniforms bearing the week Poor brown bagger! Mary Rodgers reports a couple of fishermen are
,' / beer. Have you got your invite letters NAS' Quite a few transfers within trips over the week-end, one being In Transportation Jennie Ko-

yet? Davis and William Ford, the department-L. L. Kirkwood; taken by Geneva Lloyd who :>ec reports that T. E Young,

with some assistants, (Courtney, ing his bicycle workouts downin W. J Bishop; L. J Brown; G visited the mountains in Nortl :auto-mech, is the proud papa ofa

Anderson, Adams, Booten, Flos- the South Annex area BS L. Miller, ACMM; R. E. .Day, Carolina, and the other by Frank) : little girl born 1 December. F
doesn't mind bit ACMM H. S. Heath, ACMM and Nettles who shuffled over to Wagner oiled his guns and
sie, Martha, Clara, Meta, Odessa, (or is it OS) a ; ; up
.... and others) have charge of the being teased about WG. Even of- A. J. Wood, ACMM, are all as- Birmingham to help the Shriners took off for a month's hunting
arrangements. So, fellows and gals fers teasing material D L. signed to the A&R Inspection. confer a few degrees on some apprentices _rip In the Ocala National! For

-get hep! Let's go! Join in the Dick's two boys, aged 10 and 7 Glad to have you fellows closer W S. Fritch is enjoying est. And for vacation to end; all
home! vacation, we hope. And to con 'acations, Willie Dauphin is plan-
fun! You'll be glad you did. respectively, walked off with top +
STRAWS IN THE WIND If I honors at the kids' athletic meetin Those having trouble figuringout tinue the travel log, Mary Rodger, ling one during the Christmas

haven't tried the lounge as Brentwood last week Haydn "their Christmas leave shouldsee took an extended trip, going afar icliday He Is going to Floral.,

yet you (or can they keep you out T Hughes, in Disposal, and Alexander Chief Sandefur. as Fernandina.The I Alabama. This little town sits

of it?) which is back of the Ratley, in Storage, are recent Hey, you bowlers! What Is this fishing parties were also I tght on the Florida! -Alabama

, n..: classroom on 110's '3rd deck, drop check-ins Said Al Spoef- Here we go braggin' about you in high swing, Joe Geissman and date line which, Willie swears,
, around when you have the chance. fler, "Back on the farm we used and you let us down! How about C. G. Porter claiming that they las all kinds of conveniences and

There's a coke machine, writing to sprinkle on our crops the stuff diggin' both feet in and get the caught 80 lbs of trout and bas advantages.

tables, lunch tables, soft chairs, you put in your column.Ve're lead back again. And, Incidentally, at Crescent Beach and E. L. Grif Louise Bragg says that any girl'n
bright lights, and music-even glad he's the only one of that the A&R teams have rooting sec- fin and C. J Tebbe claiming t this department Interested in

i ,: '" rockers for those whom Supply opinion) All you temp or WSA tions, so why don't some of the catch of 45 trout at the East ilaylng basketball should contact
\tIP"has made old before their time. employees interested in getting a rest of you Inspection people get Coast Canal. The boys unfortun ier on ext. 431, as a team is bang

',: Ask Harper' why he is per- permanent appointment for Store- down to the alleys once in awhile? ately failed to bring back any pho, formed at this time. We re-

snickety about choosing with keeper, grade one to six, are urged I The team bowls on Wednesday tographs, but we know how honest: eat, this is for girls only'! Louise

whom he rides Harry Kersey I to contact Personnel Immediatelyfor nights at 7:00: p, m. says; that she plays "forward"m
the senior, Is planning a : your necessary form to be Who is Sara Verner's daily visitor away from Operations the same the team, which sound like an

comeback to the ring and is do- completed and filed. i ? How does he manage to get time every day? interesting p081tion.r .



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I VISITS NATTC

JAX AIR NEWS rBootj

NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER I ew

.
C.ptala Jul > F. Schunyeh.r: USN NATTC Library .
CommandingCommander .
Two books recently received In
Rotor> P Deebe. USN the library make valuable read

Executive ing for those interested in history,

psychology or politics. One, "Nur ;
Lt. Paul F. Bradley (ChC), USN
emberg Diary" was written by G.
Public Information Officer 10[. Gilbert, who was the prison
Advisor to lax Air New
at
psychologist the Nuremberg w.
r trial of the Nazi war criminals.
Editorial Offices for NATTC Section South WInK It his
was "principal duty to main-
et NATTC Auditorium Bldg. 563. Tel. Ext 8174
-
tain close dally contact with the ,

Editor prisoners in order to keep the prison Y 44 .t
Robert J. Wehllng. Sic commandant, Colonel B. C. An-
drus, aware of the state of their .
Sports EditorL.
D. Mondschcln SI, AOM morale and .to help in any way i N
possible to assure their standing k i
All Photographs are official U. S. Nary Photographs mad. by NAS trial with orderly discipline." He 0.r
Photo Lab and A*. Fund. School Photo Lab unleu otherwise credited. ? s! r
also "collaborated with the prison
r psychiatrist and the psychiatric .

commissions in any mental exam
i J inations that were required." The

wwN.w.nrvww.wr.wr.w author has a thorough knowledgeof
2r ; S 6 German and was able to deal
e
with these men freely in their
own idiom, end to listen to their t wra
/r f' conversations among themselves

during the lunch recess and after 6

the day's session was over. Cap-
tain Gilbert has let these
I \ WHfiT TO DO! WHERE TO OOl talk for themselves and intrudes people

himself into the picture very little,
so that the reader has an excel

MOVIE SCHEDULE lent insight into the mentality of
Nazi He
.leadership reports Goer.ing's -

ft'ATTC grandiose poses,- the barefaced HEAR ADMIRAL FELIX B. STUMP, Chief of Naval Air Tech

THURSDAY-MARK OF ZORRO starring Tyrone Power and Schacht's hypocrisy otvon Ribbentrop, nical Training, paid a. visit to NATTC Jacksonville early last week.
air
Linda Darnell. Shows at 1730 and 2015. of hurt Innocence The Admiral and his Staff made a short inspection tour of the base,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-SO WELL REMEMBERED with the story of Hess' amnesia the occasional then into conference with high ranking officers here at NATTC

Martha Scott and John Mills Shows at 1730 and 2015 on Friday and remorse of some of the before departing by plane for Memphis.
1400, 1730 and 2015 prisoners, their off-the-record at-
on Saturday. titudes toward Hitler and each I _ I
SUNDAY-PIRATES OF MONTEREY, starring Maria Montez
and Rod Cameron. Shows at 1400, 1130, and 2015. In technicolor. other and the behind the scenes
feuds and THb I WORD
F MONDAY AND TUESDAY-ROOSEVELT STORY, with Katherine back-biting to avoid re .
and sponsibility for war guilt. ,
I Lynch Eugene Begley. Shows at 1130 and 2015 on Monday,
with none on Tuesday due to Inter-Division Boxing Smoker at 2000. The other book is Robert II.

WEDNESDAY-DEVIL SHIP,starring Richard Lane and Lorraine -i Jackson's:: .. "Nuremberg Case" FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOLGIZZ

Campbell. Shows at 1730 and 2015. I includes the opening and closing .

TIWItSDAY-THE INVISIBLE WALL with Don Castle and statements of Mr. Justice Jack- still isn't back yet (the the Wright Brothers and many
Virginia Christine. Shows at 1730 and 2015. son at the trial as well as ex-
it
rack-hound
), so means more
others failed the first time and
from the
cerpts cross-examination
and more words from his sub.I .
THINGS TO DOABOARDFLEET'S of Goering, Schacht Milch and many times after. I think your
thought my prediction was go-
little airplane will fly.
IN Open 17302130. 517. Speer and other official record'! other
nightly Bldg. ing to come true the night
Sandwiches and snacks available. The purpose of the book is not to at the Hellcat, Bulldog football Up till last week the first groan
cover the into its issues was to be heard about the dog
case nor

go
BOW UNO Six and it did half I said
alley to Ship Service availabt game way;
but to to track, but now McFarland and Ican't
,
try uncover the
6 i to 0 but it 6 to 6 That'lllearn
? to !au personnel Monday through Saturday was (
J anatomy of dictatorship by showing stop. (I have a system now.)
1700.2130. League games have priority.NArn me to open my big yap). So How John
the come Bogers
"through testimony of gets so
ended with
the boys the season a
LIUKAKV Located In Auditorium the authors of the German tyr- big on grits and Charlie Logan
record of 8 lost and
won, none
Open Monday Tuesday, nursday and Friday 1300 to rany how a small group of men two ties, scoring 151 points against doesn't, do you worry about your
2100. We-lnesdaj 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sunday seeking power can 'legally' seize opponents 37. I thanks for CAH Charlie or is it the line up

mu to 2100. a government and suppress all oo- work and congratulations say on at Western Union. Pappy See also
position. It is an excellent summary your reports his bucket of bailing wireis
a great season "Champs"
'i of the American case at in commission again; Toot,
14 ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker. Basketball season is now near
Nuremberg. Toot, Ralph, is the bird of the
at hand and a team is already in
Physical Training Department, Bldg. 515. week as he merrily twirts about
c/ the making, so if any of you guys
Brks. 17. When
are movingout
you
TENNIS are interested in going out, contact -
-Racquets and balls available at Physical :Moffet? Maybe Leonard will
,
Wyicox; or to the tennis
Training Bids 513. MAMMOTH SALE go nose in this week I hope, then
courts across from Brks. 10, at
I'll lose this besides Phillips
job, *
about 1600 on week days and show
AT HOBBY SHOPThe
ul\\ stuff. wants him back so he can get this

SWIMMINGIndoor POOL Dally, Monday through NATTC Hobby Shop is the your Things are shuffling about in shutter time in. The keeperof
the Haven Is hard at work
scene of a mammoth sale of the barracks again, as we are all ;
Friday-1SOO to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; many converting the whole school but
different items, now being offeredat now traveling back and forth from ,
Sunday-1300 to 2100. I J ha wtet W you 4o with the '
reduced prices.Thins Jrks. 10 where we MOW get our
bicycle? had to
Borers nothing
hot water for showers or shaves.
like Model Boats, Sul-
ride
BINGO--Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's ihenc Acid, :Bakelite, Artists 1 3rrr, it's a coM trip or a cold Cashmier Monday finished moaning the mobile IteJIly and PA
Service in Snug Harbor rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Sponsored Brushes, Belt Buckles, Clips Col- shower! The football game of the and
have rolled it till
by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds for the Nur- ors, Bird Feathers, Wood Clamps, year was played Saturday, as the system another day. Will it work away, Reilly?
*cv. Chamois Cloths, Glue, Grommits, single pukes trounced the Brown-
Leather pelts and scraps, Photo baggers across from the barracks, Now from Student Division the
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE paper, Paint, Plexiglass, Sea Shells 20 to 7. Our boy Warner, who's high men in the graduating class

SALVATION ARMY CLUB, formerly: at 122 W. Forsyth Street and Johnson Wax are being of- getting places, ran some of them were ROMACK, R E., with 82.35: .
La now located at 900 Liberty Street 200 Bed Dormitory which includes fered in practically give-away off and is still complaining about and SMITH, W, L., with 82.06.

locker and shower, $50. A snack bar breakfast lunch and prices being sore. We have word that one of our
short orders served at reasonable prices. For instance, Sulphuric Acid, It appears the old cry of "Get boys Is really wheeling up In Mem ;

Wh ERE ro GO ASHORE: NCCS Club at Church and Newnax originally sold at 80c will be sold those dogs out of here", will soon phis. Remember Farrell? He'll

Streets. Club open daily from 1700 to 2300, Saturdays, 1200 to 2400 for' 40c; an Aircraft Carrier BoatIs rent the air again at the KEN- probably be there when we get
Sundays 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays, Saturdaysand reduced from $4.20 to $3.50; ; NELS (425)) and elsewhere in the there. He's working for Public

Sundays. Uniform required on Saturday and Sunday.. Bows are reduced all the way from division, but be careful, I hear Works up there as a draftsmanand
Ware has them trained to chew is raking In the gedus-attention
--- ---- $2.90 to 35c< ; Colored feathers
originally priced at 5c and lOc people out. Reed, don't be so sad, Reed!
-
are going for a penny; a Model
LOmm AA Gun will be sold for spirants WON'T ROT FABRICS!!

$1.00[ a big drop from $2.05; a Out Of The DispensaryHigh After a careful study of body
plastic kit is cut from $1.95 to a odor here at the Dispensary, we
dollar even; and most of the photo find after exhaustive tests that a
paper is going for such a price as blood pressure to low pressure daily bath with soap and water
50c a gross. But the best of all- or from the Storeroom to the works wonders. Try it sometime W

y.tt rb plMll and just the thing the little woman Ward. That should cover the Dis- You'll have all the girls In
e needs at home-if you are a pel\Sary-or do you think so? For Jax on their I mean on your
"Brown Bagger," is Johnson's that matter can you? In any back. Have you noticed the won-

Glo-Coat Wax. Original selling case, if your blood pressure is up, derful new bodies around the station
price 50c; new selling price 15c.: surgical removal of the kidney will, -Fisher, that is.
There are hundreds of other in many instances, cure the hy-
things, too numerous to mention pertension. Also you can stop Men learn the warning

here. Go over to Bldg. 414, and drinking that green beer and save signals that may mean appendicitis -
r \J./\\\1I//\13/ \\ //\ X111 I ID witness for yourself. You're boundto the kidney. Who knows you The first sign of acute ap

\ ; find something you need. may need it. I understand Scotch pendicitis is usually pain In the abdomen -

will be much cheaper in the near accompanied by nausea or
future. Another type of high blood vomiting. This is also a sign of
NAVY BAND ON too much rot-gut over these long
WJAX pressure is caused by a tumor of
week-ends '
Don't the
two
get
the
above the
supraneal gland, just
WEDNESDAYS AT 1315 kidneys.; Speaking of kidneys, we confused.

sure are proud of our bowling Do you feel tired and run downat
DIME DIME DIME Jacksonville music lovers can team. They are right up there. the end of the day?' You do-o F..
now hear a live 15-minute broadcast
-Well, stop some slow
Chief Goan has been carryinghome moving I
by the Navy Band .originating I and ask him how to .
N CG e / so many high score prizes, corpsman
7 1 from Washington Mon-
Y
C every I his wife is thinking of starting a start a coffee mess. You can kill
day afternoon from 1315 tp 1330 i sporting goods store. -If the tu- at least a half a day in the mess

over station WJAX. mor is excised, blood pressure and feel full of vim and vigor (to

The band recently resumed Its probably will drop to normal. Well, you that's Shinley's Red Lable) at
pre-war practice of nation-wide that's enough about your blood the end of the day.

broadcasts of light classics and pressure. If it is high, stop read- Can you do it 11 11 We all do a ...

I martial airs. Ing this column now you lot of sitting. Can you keep your

Lt. Comdr. Charles Brendler may drop dead.Skipping knees together for, say, 10 min..
directs the band and Chief Warrant I I could put your health utes without crossing them? If

r Officer Richard Townsend is In danger!!! Skipping rope ? ? ? you can't the muscles In your

the assistant conductor. I I No, skipping "Lysol" in your thighs are probably weak from
4 Do realize lack of
GevI housecleoning. you use. In other words.getup .
yp 7X/1 w The birds do it, your whole family may be In dan- off your chair and.exer-

The bees do it, I ger of germ infection, unless you I cise.We .
The bats do )t. disinfect. Yes, germs are all over will stop for now with this ".;

Why can't I do It? the place. But one thing you may' thought Have you tried

I wanna fly. be sure of Cream Antlper- I"Soft-Wave"? It'JIG much softer.



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I HELLCATS NATTC 1947 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS -

AII-Slor Gridiron TeomSelected





By Conches


. Moffett And Hurst Co-Captains
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: a \ ; Picked By Unanimous Choice


Twenty-two men were picked from the NATTC football

league this year to comprise the league's first All-Star team.

t.' With the football season over, the NATTC Intra-mural

rv a coaches were faced with a task that was both pleasant and

ar unpleasant; the picking of this All-Star team. In pickingthe

first and second string for the All-Stars it was the desire

of all the coaches to give special

Records Recorded At recognition to what they believed
were the outstanding players dur-
ing the year. The coaches real
Hobby Shop Present ized that some positions were going *
to be extremely difficult to
.iF"'" ,"'. "_ Excellent Xmas GiftTalk find one man who was the most

< HERE THEY ARE The NATTC 1947 Football Champions, the Aviation Fundamentals Hell about a swell personal outstanding.Even .
cats. This is the same team that went through an undefeated season scoring eight victories and only Christmas gift and you are talk- with the large number of
being tied twice. Chiefs Lyons and Bacigalupo have coached these men to a successful season and the Ing about the records that you players to choose from, the coaches
coveted position of Champions. Pictured above, from left to right in the back row are: 'Chief P. J. can make on the new R.C.A. recording were very much In accordance In
Lyons, P. A. Archulletta, D. C. Rusk, C. Blankenship- G. A. Lewis, D. L. Moffett, W. H. VanSant, machine at the NATTC picking this as their All-Star first
1. M. J. Lucas, D. R. Annand, B. G. Lloyd, and head coach of the Hellcat outfit, Chief A. F. Bacigalupo. Hobby Shop. For merely the priceof team:
Front row, from left to right: L. M. Phillips, C T. Hanratty, J. R. Ralph E, D. Powell, J. R. Cross, an aluminum, nonbreakablesix NAME Position TEAK
J. S. Hinton, L. M. Swift, C. J. Mahoney C. K. Barlow, H. Meyers, B. Mountain and R. B. Burton. Miss- eight or ten inch record (ten Goforth J. L. E Wildcats
ing from this picture are R. A. Bayless, B. Roddy, E. L. Gaston and J. L. Deveau. inch records sell for only 18 cents) Hurst, W. L. T Bearcata

you can send home a phonograph Powell, D. L G Wildcats
recording of your voice, while you Hinton J. S. C Hellcats
Dispatches Clarify Inter-Division Swim sing, read or just talk into the Mahoney, C. J.G Hellcats
I 1 1NA microphone.An Farr, E. C. T Bulldogs
All-Navy Wrestling Scheduled For 1600 important item is, that the Holden E. E Wildcats
,
microphone is in a sound proof Moffett. D. L. QB Hellcats
Basketball DetailsIn Ten At Local Indoor Pool booth and any young Romeo can Lubinski, L. A.HB Bearcats
pour out his heart in confessionsof Beard, D. W. HB Tigers
dispatches received the past Tomorrow night at 1600 Mer- undying love to his one and Lewis, D. K. FB Hellcats

week from the Bureau of Per- men will take to the clear wa- only, without anyone nosing The coaches were unanimous in
sonnel, matters in regard to the ters of the indoor pool, building I around or listening in on the con- picking two men for this first
coming All-Navy Basketball and 614, for the NATTC Inter-division versation. A skilled techniciancuts team and therefore they have been
Wrestling finals were cleared up. eur e swimming tournament. This swim- the wax for you and then selected as Co-captains of the All-
The final wrestling champion- ming meet may well decide who plays the recording back so that Star team. The captains are W. L.

ships! will be In the first week of will win the Captains Trophy this only you may hear the record. Hurst, Bearcat tackle, and D. I..
March at the Naval Academy, year as well as who wins pos There is no finer gift for the Moffett, Hellcat quarterback.The .
Annapolis, while the basketball This. week Ch. Elect. Hill trans- session of the Swimming Cup. family or friends than these per- men selected to the second
finals will be held early in Aprilat ferred from our school to report to The intra-mural league this sonal phonograph records. Chief team, in some instances, missed
is it has Brunn, leading chief at the Hob- I being first string by only one or
a place yet to be announced. Norfolk. Everyone really regretshe year as tight as ever
by Shop, has tested the new equip-1 two points. These men were selected
Four men in each weight division must leave, but that's the Navy been. TAF holds a slight lead
ment and is forced to admit, evenIf the All-Star second
as
with 345 while TOB is
Our loss must be someone'sgain. points,
will In the finals way.
compete behind with 335 TEAIs he did install the set himself, team-Ends: Mountain, B., Hell.
right points.
and then remain at the Academyfor still contender with that it is really sharp. Why not cats, and Luscombe, G. L., Bull
We also lose Hassell, Rangeoand a strong
further training under the drop in at the Hobby Shop tonightand dogs. Tackles: Fowler, N. D., Wildcats
325 and TEB still
Warner who graduated from points can upset
Varsty| coaches there, in antici- the with their 315 either read a letter, or singor and Black, W. O., Bulldogs.
applecart points.
Class EB-25 Wednesday.
pation of an All-Navy team to be Chiefs Quinn on and Powell are The winner of the swimming meet just talk a record to the folksat Guards: Cross, J. R., Hellcats, and...
entered In the Olympics. Divisionsare home ? Sredneja, S., Tigers. Center: Jistel,
i
114, 125, 136, 147, 160, 174, representing us in the golf tour- may likely take the Captains M. J., Bulldogs Quarterback: Otto,
nament and really hitting Trophy with them. Boxing will tie
191, and unlimited over 191 pound are
R. E. Adders. Halfbacks
Meii i : Brittaln
the last for divisions to
chance
them. For
will class.compete The Seventh with Naval other District East The school welcomes Abram make points for the trophy. TOB, NATTC Star ..1 M.Hellcats.G., Bulldogs, and Rusk, D. C.,

Thompson, Sic, who is our new TAF, TEB, TLT and SAD have
Coast Districts and River Com- messenger. all entered strong swimming' Jax-Navy Grid Team ;. Fullback selection for second

mands. tiAllNavy teams. Competition will be keen team was Gibson, W. W., of the
Brobst has been auctioning so
Basketball, which was much furniture off these last few and this meet will undoubtedlyarouse During Past Year Bulldogs.The '
run so successfully last year at a great deal of spectator .1 small margin dividing the
weeks that it finally caught up
Great Lakes, Illinois, and proved interest.Mr. Eight NATTC men were mem- first and second teams and honorable
with hm. He lost his voice. Bet- bers of and did more than their
to find ,
very popular, has yet a mention was so slim that
scheduledfor ter take it easy, Brobst. W. K. Welch has announcedthat share of work during the recent .
home, but is definitely team spirit, number of games
Mr. claims that Schmidt, the first event will start
I Pinney football campaign as members of
the first week in April. Last played and many other factors entered .
student in AE-1, is the most con- promptly at 1600. .
a the Jax-Navy Fliers eleven,
year eight teams were entered of into picking these teams.
in the school. We
scientious can- I
which NATTC Jax was one, and which finished off a successful Honorable mention goes to the fol..
who finished in fifth place, but not slip a grade past him. season with six wins, one loss lowing men-Ends: Giacalone, J.
this year only four teams will be Since EB-2 consolidated with Boxing Smoker At and one tie. C., Bulldogs; Hatley, E. L., Adders
in the finals. Two teams will be EB-1 a very quiet and reserved The men were: Lt. B. W. Adams, ; Phillips, L. M,, Hellcats;
furnished by ConServPac and the group has developed. Wonder Auditorium TuesdayFour 'I Frank Adorney, SI; Jack Mancos, Warsick, R. E., Wildcats; and
.1 West Coast, and two teams will why? i SI; Jim Freeman, ACOM; Ed Orr, I Rightmier, L. A., Adders. Tacklesare
be from ComServLant and the Lucky fellows Haines and Wal- team entrees have been' SI; Marvin Harden, SI; Jim Mer- : Ralph, L. R., Hellcats; Bay
East Coast Naval Districts. Rules ters just got back off leave. made so far to Physical Trainingfor cier, SI; and Don Kuehl, SI. Of less, R. A., Hellcats; McCormick
will permit only one officer in the Lt. (jg) Hardesty has reported the Inter-division boxing I the eight, six were picked as members J. A, Tigers; Meyers, H., Hellcats ..
lineup at a time. back to this school on temporary smoker to be held at the NATTC I of the Eastern Navy All- ; and Houckes, W. J., Bear..
J duty. Welcome aboard!11 I Auditorium on Tuesday, 6 Decem- I Stars which recently lost to the cats. Guards listed were: Welsh,
1 During the time this column has I Quantico Marines. A seventh was E. H., Bearcats; Bell N. A., Bear

Model Plane Meet been out of operation, two more ber.TOB, TAF, TLT and SAD are left off the squad because of a cats; Conley, T. H., Wildcats; Bug.
of our Ship's Co. men have walkedthe the divisions represented thus far. serious leg Injury incurred in the bee, D. T., Adders and Leonard,
Successfully HeldA center aisle to matrimony- Jack Fisher, referee for the events, Fliers next to last game. Only Ed E. L., Hellcats.
best wishes to of TAF missed the All Star
Congratulations and has announced that there will be Orr Honorable mention suggestionsfor
surprisingly large turnout DUKES and DAVIDSON. some excellent matches on that squad, and Marvin "Hardrock" center were: Anderson, J. I*,
witnessed the first NATTC sponsored "Man's Best Friend" is causing evening. These matches will start Harden was the injured man who Adders; Fears, W. H., Wildcats,
Model Airplane Meet, held MacDonald to lead a dog's life, at the flyweight class and pro- would undoubtedly have made the I and Greenfield, C., of the Tigers.
Who knows maybe he'll be All-Star team, since he was a Quarterback selections were: Joe
Sunday off Yorktown Avenue and again. gress up to the heavyweight class.
Mustin Road. Four prizes were lucky THIS year-at least he told Bob Perkins will assist Fisherin Flier regular and selected on the Collins, Bulldogs and Graham, J.
the other All-Navy squad last year. B., of the Tigers. Halfbacks: McKenna -
awarded the first three being won me he won a few pennies this
and
the
members of the Jacksonville night! managing fight as i Led by Lt. Ben Adams, the R. E, Bearcats; Watts,
by is the first smoker In
many I stellar 210-pound regular left tac- Adders Hendricksen .
Model Plane Club In Jacksonville, Johnson Henrichsen and Todd I ; A. H., Tig.
and the fourth by J. J. Dolan, came in third. in the Golf Tournament moons, a huge turnout scheduled Is expected. to- kle, every one of the men did his ers; VanSant, W. H., Hellcats;
First event is
share of the playing. Adams, a Cook G. L Adders B
NATTC Jax. I was told-It seems that ; Simmons, ,
S2, from the AEM School is always well- begin at 2000 and a thrill packed former Naval Academy player, wasa J., Tigers, and Surles, G., of the
Prize were awarded on the represented in every event, which evening is in store for all the spec tower of strength in the great Bulldogs.

basis of 25 points'for appearance makes us very proud. tators. Flier forward wall. Harden, regular Fullback honorable mention goes
,. of the plane; 25 points for Take- Say, "What are we going to do right end before his injury In to DelGreco, N. J., Tigers; RSg'I -
off; 25 points for Flight Characteristics without Joe ?"-He's due to ship and Chief Williams into the or- the second play of the Memphis ''I gins T. W., Wildcats; DeAngells,
; 25 points for Landing.Lt. out this month, and after three ganization. Chief Williams has game, had been having his best W. B., Bearcats, and Blankenshlp.
W. S. Emerson, Lt. R. H. of having him around, impressed the office staff nere especially season, catching several touch- i C. E., of the Hellcats.
Gimble and Lt. E. H. Pelley. were years watching him grow into manhoodand with his "marching whis down passes and playing his usual I Mr. W. K. Welch, who managed

judges of the contest. in waistline, there's goingto tle"-there's only one way to beatit brand of defensive ball. Last sea- I and refereed all games this year,
Dolan's Piper Cub Model cracked be quite an empty place In our and that is to tiptoe down the son he was mentioned on the All- I speaking for himself and Com
up during the meet, but it was hearts. With his wonderful sense Navy first team in a guard berth I mander R. F. Blythe, Superintendent
after his plane had finished comA of humor, Lucky has always been hall.To look at Sredonja, you'd thinkhe because of his strong defensive I of Training, expressed whole

., petition. able to be the life of any party was pretty tough, and could play. hearted thanks to the coaches and
: Bill Buchanan, first place win- and bring the laughs-which, to take a lot of punishment; but the ''I Jack "Wahoo" Mancos, starringin player for their cooperation in
" ner of the meet, later put on a I coin a phrase-is what the world story goes that two little bottlesof his second season for Jax-Navy, making this football season the
.; speed exhibition with his model, I needs more of! If we ever find beer got the best of nlm the Is probably the most famous of the most successful NATTC history.
flying it around at around 100 I ourselves In New Jersey or Pennsylvania other evening! group. One of the fastest on the
MPH. Buchanan won a McCoy we'll probably see Joe, Graham has been floating team, the little 160-pound scatback And then there was the guy
I l Model Plane Engine and a High I the genial bartender, polishing around on clouds since his date was a threat against any and all who, when he was Introduced to
Speed Plane Kit for first place, I, glasses and listening to somebody'stroubles. with a certain blonde, who goes opposition. He was an All-Navy. the hula dancer, sold "shake."
;' scoring 89 of a possible 100 points That is, if you'd be seen by the name of "Amle" Jamie. halfback last year, and is a strong
.
.,. Close on his heels was a CO-Club in one of those places! Could he be changing his mind contender for a berth on the team I Bus Driver: "Can't you read
member Blood, who scored 87 out It seems as though Chepan and about all of these two-faced "Reb this year if one is picked. that 'No Smoking' sign?"
of a possible 100 points. Anders, Miller aren't doing too bad for el" women? ? ? Don "Swede" Kuehl, divided his Sailor: "Sure, bub. That's plain,
also a Jax Model Plane Club mem- themselves; what with having two time during the season between enough but you've got a sign
finishedup
Our Tiger Team really tackle end. Alter Harden was there that 'Wear Nemo Corsets'
and
ber was, awarded place. Blood, An- ver-r-y nice girls drive up to the says
the last
with a bang, winning "
ders and Dolan, each received a Main Gate to pick them up every I'm the hurt, he played mostly at end, and .
played. sure
they
High Speed Plane Kit for second, other evening or so. Those short- entire game school is of CDR Sauter'sopinion did a fine job. Jim Freeman, a
third and fourth place, respec- hand notes Chepan gets from his that we're mighty proudof first year man on the team sur- NATTC FOOTBALL
.. trans- prised a lot of people with his
tively. girl, and which he has me FINAL STANDINGS
the boys, and think our teamis
at the He playeda
post.
play guard
for the meet was Bob late, are getting better and better -
Director the best on the Station!
I large part of the time, alternat- Team W. 1. T. Pet.
too It's gotten to where can
Reed, civilian model plane Instructor .
hardly wait for the next install- J ing with other top-notch guards, Hellcats 8 0 2 1.000
NATTC Shop.
at the Hobby
< i ment! When a girl is 16, she's good when the going got rough. Frank Bulldogs 6 1 J .857

A t "I've got an awful lot of electricity Since we haven't said anything looking. When she's 25, she has Adorney was a fast halfback, re- Wildcats 6 4 0 .600
: in hair." about the Instrument Phase being wrinkles. When she's 30, she has lieving the first string backs, Tigers __ 4 4.. 2 .500
.'c: "No wonder my you've always got I set up In Bldg. 512, I think It' Is gray hair. When she's 35, she while playing both on offense and Adders 1 .8 1 .111
? .appropriate at this time to welcome turns blonde, and starts all over defense. Jim Merder was a sec Bearcats ___ 1 8 0 ..100i
such shocking things on your
ind." I officially the new Instructors again. ond-string blocking back.





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Quantico Devildogs Run Up 35-12
luiy mice mUI I'. Sparked by A
i Score In Lopsided Fray Saturdayby pass from Flores to Messina the
Middle Eastern Service champs
.
DUll'udt/ / >t. :S2oliiiifj ;: ground out the yardage and mad
the seme' Ed; Buscher's attempt a first down on the All-Star Ifi
I the
i t ;! > : must pow"round -
toi the extra way wide and
: 'i Sk point : Klores faded back and threw another -
4 55 S'i, t ul attack seen in the All-Stars I led 60. pass to Jim Brewer who

+ i.i. tmville's>'s Gator; Bowl in But the Devikiugs came right was in the clear. But the All-

: ::ILllit'; / a year, the Quantico buck near the end of the first Stars, desperately trying to stem
''tlu; Devildogs tucked theKaMern quarter with a sustained j -yarddr'I't' the tide: smashed Brewer to the
for a score. With Barring- before of the
ground completion
: t Service grid cham- ton taking the ball every other pass

:- into the show case play quarterback Jim Flores sent I Interference was called, and the

1 last< ( :Saturday: when they his backfield hurtling into the All- Marines had another first down
Star line. The drive reached Its'
A t tiarnpled 1 the Naval Air Training on the All-Star 2. On the next
climax when Frank
Pucylowski Messina left end and
; play. swept
'S 'ummand All-Stars, 85IL' end fur three
) swept right yards : scored. Then he added his fifth

) :! In-fore 10.000 fans. and the touchdown Tony Messina I extra point in as many tries, making -
Quantico place-kicking; specialist -, the 35-6.
Tho ganu' All-Stars were simply score
the to make
split
a out !lassvd as the mammoth Ma- uprights The All-Stars made a halfhearted
4 le riri...>! iHLg.-d havoc with coach the score 76. attempt to gain back then-

3, Tut'fy" Thompson's attack On In the second }period Quantico lost prestige in the cloning minutes -
t defense, the leatherneck forward controlled the ball the majpr of the game when Jim Sm-

wall was invulnerable, and on of- part of the time, driving deep into ko, NATC tackle, recovered a Marine -
) fuse the Devildogs just couldn'tbe All-.Star territory repeatedly. But fumble on the Quantico 12
stepped. For the most part, the All-Stars doggedly held the Red Manning of Whiting Field
the Quantico eleven hammered the awsome offense at bay when the swept left end for seven yards tu

All-Star line with simple power chips were down. On the final l the five, and then Mike Stagg; ,

plays, ripping off sizeable gain, play of the half Flores completeda went around left end to scamperinto

0 M The All-Stars played brilliantlyin long pass to Don Clement, but the endzone. Buchser missed.

the first half holding theta- the husky back was caught from the extra-point attempt again
behind the All-Star eleven
r nn.s III a 7-6 !teal But in tlv on With only three seconds remaining -
The All-Stars seemed tiredat
third period Glenn Barrington, very Messina almost scored
again
the end of the half, and the
b 4'r !I'- > pounds plunging fullback. bringing the crowd to its iel''-.
intermission didn't do much to
1 'I i..' on a spree: and the game Taking the kickoff on his own 11 ,
1 help them recover. For the third
turned\ into a route. The visitors the tricky halfback dodged, turned -
three minutesold
period was barely
rAn |.ugh: d three touchdowns( across twisted, and finally broke lilt J
S when scored
t .' All-Siar goal in the third per- Barrington Quantico's the clear with the whole All-Star
.. ..1 o clinch the victory second touchdown. Taking eleven in He stumbled
pursuit. .m
possession on its own 47, the Marine -
y Th. All-Stars drew first blood eleven drove down field BarrlnJton the All-Star 30 regained his foot-
n, i i.1 II; the opening quarter when ing, but the momentary hesitationcost !
18
4 ;: picked up yards to the
.a urn.--ssary! roughness penal- him the score. Two men
All-Star 35. Art Schmagle hit
\ a nol a long pass gave them a brought him down on the All-Star
the center for four yards to the
: r..t I down on the Marine 24 After NATC team's 31. An unnect>ssaryroughn'ss eleven as the gun went off endingthe
:r., o plays had failed to make any game
penalty gave the Marines -
.' .ir r dagt'? Jack "Wahoo" Mancos of a first down on the All-Star The Marines were presented

y .n .n'N..... ,v.n ". .. .. w ...-u .......-:=<.., .1.1.x-Navy: .:" took the oval on a re- 16 Barrington sliced off left with the trophy symbolic of thj
\.i.-r \ stopped, and hurled a per- tackle I to the eleven and then he Eastern Championship after the
THE XAVAI Alit TKAIMNU COMMAND: smf-,1! us worst, :tt'i't strike to Corpus Christi'sDHVP hit the same spot for eleven game by Maj. Gen C B. Gates

gridiron setback of the( season last Saturday afternoon! at the Barksdale on the Quantico yards and a score. Messina converted soon to become Commandant ot
Gator Bowl wh,-n the vaunted Quantico Marines pinned a 312 4. .arksdale gathered in the pass once more and* the Ma- the Corps The Devildogs wfll now
defeat on the NATO All-Stars before :10.000 fans The win automatically and scooted across the goal for rines led 146. clash with NAS Alameda in Bal

gave Quantico a shot at the All-Navy football crown ---- ------ On the first play from scrimmage boa Stadium. San Diego Calif.,
against the leading West Coast contender 'Top left I Tony Messina a bad center pass sailed on 20 December to decide the All-
leatherneck: place-kicking: specialist, boots the opening kickoff deep Workouts Begin high over Red Manning's head and :Navy championship.
to All-Star territory to begin the game. Jack: Smith <44> holds I the Marines recovered on the All- .
:.<' ball. ,Top i right) "Red" Manning of the All-Stars, one of the 'For Boxing TeamHeaded Star 16 Once more Barrington

I linstays of the losers' backfield, dives headlong into Harold Mc- smashed left tackle this time for Green Dragons Take

.r..jnna: of the Marines after a short gain in the first period. (Cen- II bmanv members of 16 yards and another TD. Anil l

'JT) Tom Donahue, huge Quantico tackle, swings wide to the left last season's 8tt'l1ar'boxiug team, 'Messina converted, for the third First Round In EM
sideline following his recovery of an All-Star fumble. lie made fifteen candidates for the 194-48 versionof time.

yards before being brought down i Bottom> Art Schmagle the NAS ring squad began The desperate All-Stars, bat -
substitute Devildog halfback, cuts inside left tackle on the All- workouts at the Boxing Pavilion cling against the inevitable, elected Bowling LeagueThe e1l

Star five-yard line in the third period lie was tackled by Manningof early this week. Though no of- to take to the air, only to CPO Green; Dragons" -
the All-Stars on the one-yard lino, and the Marines scored on ficial schedule has been made up have Dill Jesse Marine center, the first round of the enlisted copped

the next play.Tigers, as yet the team is expected to intercept on the All-Star 42 The men's bowling league this week

participate in the Golden Gloves, march began again, and Quantico with a one-point margin over the

j Lose To Jax Bears AAU, NATAC, and many other tolled off two first downs to the Dispensary team Sparked by the

I tourneys. | local 8. Three line plays broughtthe brilliant rolling of the team captain -
The nucleus of this year's teamis pigskin to the one, where '
Chief G. L Bom fa, they picked -
expected to be made up of such Jim Santo smashed over for the
In Exhibition Game Here ,, up a total of seven points to
.'' ring-wise Eddie as Mike Her- tally. Messina converted again clinch the first round.
nandez, Decore, Richard i The third period ended as the
A thu'y''-yard' pass: completionin The second and final round, slat
the final five seconds of play in Tiger possession, 'on NAS' ;HO.I Casciano\ Aaron Garcia and Angle All-Stars tried vainly i to get backin ed to start at the end of the holi-
Hubby G-ault faded back and Synodis, who all wore the colors the ball game.
ga\e the Jacksonville: Bears cur- day leave period, should1 prove to
1 f
rently holding second place in the threw a long aerial to Perry Watkins > NAS a season ago Mid-way through the final per- be a very hotly-contested match.At .
Southeastern Professional Colored on the Bear 40 Watkins. | But with many of last year's I iod, the relentless Marines, bolstered the end of this round there

,,-hMl\ League, a 13-7 win over grabbed the pigskin, in the open 1 1 veterans slated to leave via the by a horde of substitutions, will be a playoff between the
and raced the rest of the topaydirt. discharge route new blood is being camp roaring: into All-Star terrl-
\s Tigers in an exhibition way ._ two winners to decide the championship -
jt t the mat Sunda:... Approxi- Jault-threw a short flat sought for the team among -.-- -- -. .
to Ernie Butler for the extra- t the personnel of the station. Any-
S 5 5 ,III! fans saw the Tigers tit: pass The skilled rolling of team
the final on':1 point + one wishing to come out for the members Max Dolloff, John Bat-
!I' in period .\ GOLF MATCH SUNDAY
team should contact Chief "Chip"Chipparoni
',:n the, last ditch{ pass. FolI.wingthe, TD, the Tigers! I ,,,1(0. Notman Shanley, Howard
at the Welfare Officein
S .5 i ,,, iver caught the ball on started another drive which almost 7'h.station golf team will\ Marvin, and Frank Crawford
the Recreation Building, or by
> t il! line and despite Bobby won the game but a Bear journey to SI.I Augustine thin I proved the "Green Dragons" the
at ext. 498.AOLKKYKD.
i
t ,,'lzone to give the Bears winning score I the 4I. AugiiHtlne (nuntry ('lull Here's the way they looked at .
.' I The statistics were about even E PILOT at 1'JSO. The local link squad the end of the first round: ..1111,
: : saline was highlighted )by) in the contest the Bears havingthe Worcester Mass I SEA I Bn-- ulll probably be composed 01I 1 Team JI".."*

iiu and rough play which caused edge in first downs and the i ton College\ students had a clew- I\\ellty golfer, ten nil both th>- I rpo '(ciui,.: a ::.t lli?

many injuries. In fact early injuries | Tigers nabbing the nod in the : stunt set for Holy Cross rivals before A and the II teams. I ATI'l :-'U. 1 :28
to local key players had yardage-gained department. The ,: their traditional game. A Any lour handicappers wUliInjf I A&R :35
1 a lot to do with the final result !I tilt does not count on either team's plane bearing .' ,OOO warning painI to take part In the match Supply VA N., 4 21 21

The Dears scored first in the schedule I I phlets dropped its payload- but : should contact Jack. Harvey, I Phooto 33
second period after a sustained I The Tigers will go Into action over the wrong campus. The parm-,I I the( Million, pro. either ut the I I Tab, 17

drive the length of the field, butt again tonight at Ocala when they 'phlets bombarded Worcester Poly golf shark. or tiv plume' at ext. :i ATI'Boathou No le) 12 6

,. l Tigers.: knotted the count. intlij take on the powerful Howard instead of Holy Cross, three mile, 81.17. \ i'i: N.I i .tIii.
fourth quarter' With t th.' ta'I!l IS ,iJ.-mv, .-l.-r.-n at 2000 away .,.'II..ii 1