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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1948
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Two Plays And Valentine



Dance Set For FebruaryThe


most; entertainment-packed month in the history of

NAS Jacksonville will unfold during February, with Welfare

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5-No. 41 USNAS AND NAT1C, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 22 Jan. 1913 '

___ __ __ ___ u____ __ __ __ ___ __ __ In addition____ to__its_L__usu___month-long I motion series and of brand home new:
pictures exciting

: New Yard Mail : games of the Jax-Navy Fliers,
March Of Dimes Campaign three topnotch entertainmentevents

are on the calendar
Service To Go
, On 2 February, under the Joint

Enters Second Week HereWith ; Into OperationA sponsorship the famous of Barter NAS Theater and NATTO Play.

mobile Yard Mail service ers will present "John Love

will be placed in operation here Mary", popular Broadway stage
plans for the Admir- 1- ----------- again Monday to conserve man- hit, at the NATTC Auditorium.

al's Ball on 31 January rapidly : THE FROZEN NORTH ? ? s power and transportation, it was Two days later, on the 4th, the

nearing completion, and announced this week. company will present WilliamShakl'spt'are's.
Serving all departments at NAS, great comedy
with the dimes starting to "' 'Twelfth Night.
as well as a one-stop trip to the
roll in, the annual appeal for ., 'I NATTC Administration Bldg, I A gala Valentine Dance will be

funds to fight infantile pa- NARTU, and the Naval Hospital staged at Mainside Auditorium on

ralysis here swung into its i this Yard Mail service will do Friday, 13 February, with the

second week today with every away with the necessity of messengers biggest "name" band to play herein
\ from each department many years-Bob Chester and
indication that the campaignwas making daily trips to the Ad Bldg. his orihestta The affair will get

getting the support of all to pick up Yard Mail underway at 2030.

hands The mobile center truck will I While not on the Mainside calendar .

Coin collection bottles, placed at depart from Building 1 on its first NATTC is also planning a .
each at 0830 and colorful Valentine
delivery morning Dance. There
various points about the atation,
were jingling steadily last week as proceed to deliver and pick up, will be dancing to the music ofI
mail as it at each Claude Thornhill and his
coins ) stops department I orchestraat
: were dropped by personal
Stops will be made as oftenas the NATTC Auditorium on Sun..
backing the March of Dimes with
tangible evidence. One activity possible each day but at least day, 15 February, .
two stops will be made on working The Barter Theater of Abin .
here, the Naval Air Reserve Train
ing Unit, conducted a whirlwind days between the hours of 0830 I I'I don, Va., is famed throughout the

drive during the week and turn and 1600 land. Started by Robert Porter-

ed over $71.25 to campaign headquarters In order to reduce confusion, I Continued on Page 2

before other units even all personnel using the serviceare I I > .

had a chance to get their campaigns asked to enclose every piece of
underway. Yard Mail in a Yard Mail envelope Dependents Required

The appeal will begin in earnest clearly indicating the addressee : To Have Movie Passes *
today when Chaplain J. M Coyle and the command, if '
will appear at the Student Officers ne<:essary. This service will be on Beginning 1 FebruaryIn
( movie and ask for contri- a trial basis and the utmost co-
j jbutions He will repeat this tomorrow operation of all hands is being re- an effort to limit the faciN
and quested in order to assure sucess sties of the station's movies tl'
evening then move to '
jS ainside Auditorium next Tuesday ,: Registered yard mall will naval personnel and their bU\Ii.

and Wednesday. In the mean- I also be handled by this new service fide guests, all military personnel .
J 1 in civilian clothes ( including
time, division officers of NAS
will Mail for NATTC, NATAC andC'om7 Reserve officers) and dependent
units remind their personnel
NARTU, and the Naval 'not accompanied by uniform
of the drive and extend an invitation -
Hospital will be delivered to those personnel will be required to have
for them to participate.
I OLE MAN AMNTKU had Dixie tightly in his grip last week once ommands in a bag and ito internal movie passes for admission to any
While the March of Dimes drive I
again painting the landscape with scenes like the on:. above snap- breakdowns will be made. How"Vl'r station theater on and after 1 Fel>.
seemed to be moving along in high
ped at the Station Colt Course by an NAS photographer How 'ei. I all mail for NAS depart- ruary in addition to the regular l
there was no of esti-
gear way the cold wave fihouldn get all the credit for the ue-coaled ttet ments will be sorted continuously 10-cent admission charge Military
mating whether this contri-
year's
bution would match or It was helped along by wetting down the tree with a hose the between stops, and it is expected personnel in uniform wilt

last year's. Coin collection surpass bottles night before the photo was taken, (F'nl' another picture with a very little delay will be experienct not be required to show passes.
cold weather angle, see Page 2)vmmis ). >d.
will not be emptied and totalled .L _. ____ "____ Distribution of passes to NAS
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until the close of the effort, it -- personnel will be handled by the
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Yard Office at the Main Gate.
announced
\ WANTED'U Jax Sluggers Face PensacolaIn
To match the Admiral's Ball, a I Other commands are arrangingfor
Crew's Match of Dimes Ball will I 'itIfia the next t\\o nvontlis distribution to their personnel.

be held at Mamside Auditoriumon all member of the Jai: Air Mainside i Ring SaturdayGIVE

Friday evening, 30 January. >>t>\\'''' Miff will be leaving) ItI

Personnel attending will not be I I the discharge route. There will !, :]l
Mamsule, boxing followers will got their first chance to $
\ be for two reporters
required to make a contribution : opening'
at the door but during the dance''I and writers who will cover the see the JaxNaimg) team in action this season when ti'- c a t ;, Sf' '

Continued on Page 2 fetation's athletic program for local nuttmen tangle \\ ith <\etetan ring crew from Pt:>niul'o'aat p )

this publication) and the downtown the :Mamside Amhloiium Saturday night fight time i IN: "1:ilu<'.ilion or the individuali.
newspapers as well afeature -* \ i it:il I in a dI'IIH"'I'al'I.i sure
-* stories and slated foi.,12000: : and a capacity crowd is expected to he on\ '
Savings Bond Officers spot netirevents .nu get your "hare:
In addition, there will hand to watch the sluggers in action. I _

Meeting Here Monday be a ,spot for a staff artist wh The local scrappers will hold a I

has had llt'rlt'IIc.'t' in cartooning I return match with the Goslings on
Arrangements for a conference I I ;: lettering, and pasting up 30 January at Ponsacola The outfit -
of Navy Savings Bond Officers m plctme la>'outs. The reportirvrit from west Florida has one of
the Jacksonville area and depar.tmental I I \ ,'rs mint have a high Mhool the outstanding service ring teamsin W><
TO
representatives from commands I''I' education and some experiencein the south, but the Jax-Navy ,
located here have been newspaper work, even though I II boxing mentor, Lt. C. ndr An- < 'j

concluded, it was announced yes- I it just be a ,school publication.\ thony J. Rubino, has rounded to- THE MARCHOF )
$Urday by Lt, (jg) Herold ALundblom I Successful applicants will be gether a group 6t lads: who are

Staff Bond Officer transferred for duty with\ the more than wort1! y to carry the local J
The meeting will be held in the I Jax Air :News as ,soon as possible colors into action Saturday. DIMES r
conference of the Main Ad-
room I 'Itarn
80 that they may
};II'\'"'' to Contend
ministration Building Monday at I the ropes' from the men now
I 1000 Plans for the 1948 bond I assignee before handling the lob I Assisted by Al Sinabaldi, Ru- <'-i G
promotional effort, especially in I on their own I bino will have such lads as Richard r?

payroll savings, will be perfected. | nliste-cl: personnel who would Casciano, Aaron Garcia, Ri hard I T' -,
The purpose of the session is to I .i like to try out for one of these Beck, George Hoodhood, 1\1\0.\ '
the and of increasing Hernandez, Eddie DeCore, B>n f
discuss ways means openings, and who are presently
I Perkins, Clifton Patterson Lt-A. ,,,
of
the
percentage par- attached tolaln..lIll', "should
the Bond Isiak Joe Martin, and Jim R"/gnoli : .
ticipation in Savings I contact the clitor: Jai Air
program among naval activitiesin News, Hid?. 931), e-\t. 81141. I to Jo the strapping All ot
this locality. (ontimied on Page 2
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I;1 Double Vicloi'ies Over Green Cove



,I And Pensacola Give lrlieJrs 8 WinsUy


HILL KiilL.: Sic -
Riding high and mighty on a Drop Green Cove In kept taking passes hulled by De- L
Gtoote, then shot, and
pivoted
. four-game victory skein, the Jax- I 7th N. I). EncounterCoach ;
I watched the ball swish the netting
Filers are preparing their Fliers
Navy Harry Knickelbinea
Had he connected on four of the
two-game encounter with the Pen- made mincemeat out of the Green I fiee throws he missed, ha would
sacola Goslings this week-end. The Cove Bullets Monday night when I I have beaten the Bullets single-
local quintet dumped two service they soundly trounced the Bullets, handed: R ,
fives twice each last week and II 89-43, on the NATTC hardwood. 94 ,
:Monday to add wins number five, The game, their four th .win in One of the outstanding featuresof k f

six, seven and eight to their vicnUI.LI'TINn I a row, was a Seventh Naval Dis- : the game, though, was the dazzling r J
performance put on by De-
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trict tournament / >
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]I Oioote Time and again the bulunt aM1
assured the Fliers of the rightto
The Jar Navy liers sent I guard passed to Henningsen '
move on to the 7th N. D. finals
their winning streak 'U five In'', i I I and other teammates when it .
to be held in Jax soon ..
a row 'luesdv night, when they : I I I seemed almost Impossible to get V '/4 jl
romped over a highly-rated Dig Al Henningsen all but beat i i the ball past the defense Although .

Riddle Inter.Vmericau College) the Green Cove lads by himself i I II Henningsen 43 points .:, ..,
30-03, at Miami, They wereHClieclultMl 'I I Monday night He pumped in 19 I Ii t were the falk of the evening, DeCreoles .
baskets and five tree pitches for I --
to return: to N.Vi i ', sensational floor game
43 markers, enough! to tie the
last night. J losers Jimmy DeGioote also did was a. bright light in the Flier offense IIIK: NAAAL IIOSl'lTVL, where the dreaded polio I* n>
'I I stranger is going all-out to put the March of Dimes drive over
his share of sending the sphere
cold The local hoopslers
1 tory i Fliers Win League ('lash the top Nurse Annelle Roberts semis to be insuring that everyonehas
have met defeat but twin. and t thiough the meshing by collecting I
both Of those losses were admin 12 two-pointers and a lone charity The local: hoopmen had little an "opportunity to contribute by making the giant com containers
:
two formidable ollegef loss for :25 markers double last: Saturday in dumping available to bed and ambul tory paticnta alike Robert
Islored. Florid by U. and oeoigia Nothing could stop the tower- Pensacola Pre-li'light. 78-61, in f aldwell, S2c drops his dim into( the: bottle in the top photo, white(

L:; 'es at",) T 'ai'hers College \ ing center of the Ja\ quintet JM hc (outiiiuecl ou Page Z bam Hicks, lower photo, adds hU bit, too.BigEntertainment .



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: Entertained By


ChatterDon't PastPresidentPastPresident


Esther R. Wiseof
be surprised when you the Navy Wives Club No. 86
walk int. the Occupational Thera- entertained members of the club
py Department and hear the noises last Thursday at the Community;
i! created by saws hammers chisels, Building In Dewey Park.
etc., and the aroma of paint rises At the affair club memberswere
j j to greet you! Yes big doings are given a demonstration of different
going on I The capable and
very types of brushes by a rep-
speedy maintenance men are in-
resentative of a commercial establishment -
stalling a photographic dark room. and were introducedto
i ", It won't be too long before this a new child magazine "High
-fig phase of Occupational Therapy light.

b ;i will be rdbdy for use by you patients Gifts were given all who attend.
,. Watch this column for fur-
w f ed and a contest was held to see
ther information; the opening date who had the best hats made from
N will be posted on your ward bulletin fresh fruits and kitchen wares.
'a J t board. If you want advance Mrs. Bertha Mish and Mrs. TUlle

information on photography, stopin Daut tied for first place and each
at the library. You are sure to was given a prize.
find just what you want. Mrs. Lottie Mae Zinna and Mrs.

I If you fellows have some extra- Bertha Mish assisted the hostess
'special "fish stories" to tell, or if in serving the buffet luncheon.
1' you'd care to listen to some real- I .
ly good ones, come down to the Ladies AuxiliaryOf

iT ..,.-.; 1 W.w.....,. .'-._.. ;.. ....., .V V"l'l1HII W'IW- "flytying" class (Mon.-Wed.- Fleet Reserve
Frt.-lOOO-1200)) :Mr. Norwood, ..
JACKSONVILLE'S MARINE RESERVE Fighter Squadron, VMF-f44, was brought up to full the instructor, is a fisherman from Hold Costume
PartyA
I strength last week when Sergeant Charles W. Villeneuve, Jr., was administered the oath by Ma- way back He can provide you*
jor Herbert C. Langenfeld, the squadron's executive officer to fill the outfit's quota of week end war- with inside information to improve gala "Hard Times" costume
riors. Lt. Col. R. A. Bleck, left, Inspector-Instructor, looks on. your fishing technique in addi- party was eld at the Hyde Park
Country Club last Friday eveningby
tion to helping you with "fly- the Ladies Auxiliary of the
VMF-144 FILLS QUOTA THREE tying." Newton, AMM2c, on B-7 Fleet Reserve Association.Mr. .
I Chief Gushaxios has quite a collection of fancy E. Smucygz and Mrs. Au-
flies that he hasfcied in the Occu-
WEEKS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE Named Pilot OfWaVES'Sexlctlo pational Therapy Departmentsince the drey most L. Stephens out.standh.g won r costumes prizes for af

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this class began.
the evening. Music for the dance
Major Tnomas Moozey, Commanding '
Officer of VMF-144, Ma- Pfc. Lawrence A. LeBlanc has was furnished by Jack Parker and
DoubleContinued I rine Reserve Fighting Squadronof Chief Pete Gushanas, popular had four years of experience in I his orchestra.
NARTU announced this week figure around Malnside, Has bookbinding and is very capable: Mrs. Marguerite Harvey was
( from Page 1)) that the squadron has reached named head coach of the NAS Any of you lads who would like to chairman of the dance committee. -

their second outing in as many I full strength and now has a full WAVES basketball team this learn the art of binding books She was assisted by Mrs. Faun
nights, getting hot in the final complement of organized reservists week Chief Gushanas is an active come down to Occupational Therapy Gallant. Mrs. Dorothy Anderson,
period and pulling away from the culminating a drive which sports figure at NAS and and LeBlanc will show you how I Mrs. Louise Orzag, Mrs. Isabel
cadets horn west Florida. began on the 172nd birthday of has been coaching the CFO Club to do it. 0 Stradley, and Mrs. Virginia Hof-
Coach Harry Knickelbine's out- the Marine Corps. cage five on the side. felt t
fit led 43-20, at halftime after In a congratulatory message to The move was made in keeping Do you like to try your luck? I .
playing a fine first half. Spear- I local Marine Air Reservists Ma- with the policy which was If you are lucky you will join us
headed by Charley Kerr, who fired jor Mobley cited the hard work established last summer when tonight in the Red Cross Recrea- Big
away 11 times and hit the mark and in the WAVES' softball squad was tion Hall There will be many
diligence recruiting new
.
of chance at the big Monte (Continued from Page 1)
six of those tries, the Fliers pushed members which resulted in the fill- piloted to a successful season games
Carlo Card party. Bring your rab- field back in the depression, it of-
into a commanding lead for first ing of the three weeks by a male coach. No changes
quota
bit's foot and be on hand at 1930. fered legitimate theater to the
half play. Jax's fire wagon basketball will be made In lineups unless
prior to the date set for the term- .
squad opened the second ination of the drive. actually needed to send the local S. people of the Virginia Highland
baIt under a full head of steam Even though t! s quota is filled, gals Into a winning season, We had quite a shindig at the for meat, poultry eggs, and other
and was never more than mildly Marines will not It was understood. big monthly Red Cross dance. products. In 1946 it was made the
the cease recruiting I
threatened in the last ten min- activities for the VMF- Good music, Girls! Refreshments! State Theater of Virginia. No bar-
will be for admis-
utes.And 144 Squadron it was stated. The Keep your dancing shoes handy sion tering to necessary here how-
although their fast break contention of the Commander of Tigers Open Cage 'cause we swing out again on Feb- performances ,

and deadly-accurate shooting had I Marine Air Reserve Training is ruary 10th. ever.Bob Chester skyrocketed to
dulled somewhat by that time they that each organized reservist Season Tonight
fame few His
a spark-
all Ladies! There years ago.
still had of in Calling Gray
plenty strength reserve three vol-
sl.ould be backed up by
ling music is just right for danc-
to win with HastingsCoach will be an important meeting of
ease. They con unteers, the major explained. Against
ing and listening. The band\ ha
trolled both backboards without Gray Ladies and Red Cross staffat
trouble at all. Their light- Robert Justiss' Tigers the Naval Hospital on Monday. appeared in the country's fore-
any eye with his left hand, completely most night spots, hotels and theaters
ning-fast break caught the cadets outfaked the Flier defense nu- will play their initial cage encoun-
and radio networks
over leading -
flat-footed time after time and merous times and then dribbled In ter of the season tonight when It is with a sad feeling and .
except for the usual lapses, the underneath the hoop to lay up two they tangle with a powerful quin- many good wishes that we bid
Fliers handled the ball with Hou- tet from Hastings. Game time is Paul 'V. Stanley "Adieu." Stan again 6 November 1946.
dini-like accuracy, often passing it points.Drop Green Cove Easily slated for 2000 in the NATTC has been around the hospital for LeBlanc comes from the Crescent
around too fast for the average Win No. 5 for the current sea- gymnasium, Building 513. 17 months. lie has worked untiringly City New Orleans La., andis
spectator to follow. son was hung up by the local Probable starting lineup for the with the Red Cross staff very anxious to return there aa
Riley Star Again Fliers last Thursday when they Tigers will find Walker and Au- and in the Hospital library duringthe soon as his survey goes through.
Just he had soundly spanked the Bullets from Scott at the times that he was ambulatory.He .
as performed on gustus at forwards, His chief hobby bookbinding, we
the previous night Pap Riley, star Green Cove, 74-46, on their home pivot spot, and Butler and Plas- Is leaving to go to a Veterans'Hospital have already mentioned and he
cadet forward was the only bright court. This was the initial en- kett at the guard slots. Chief at Jefferson Barracks, does a jam-up good job of it, too
light in the loser's attack potting counter between the two quintetsfor Justiss has had his hardwood out- Missouri, so that he will be near Along the line of music LeBlana
seven "left-handers" from out on Seventh Naval District su- fit working out three times a his home. We'll miss you Stan, prefers jazz. He hopes to have his
the court and under the hoop, then premacy. week for the past two weeks, and but we want to wish you the best own bookbinding shop, plus a home N
adding two free pitches for 16 After holding but a 27-18 lead at his Tigers should be ready for action of luck and Godspeed. and family of a his own, some day.
markers and scoring honors for halftime, Doc Johnson, lanky Flier tonight when they meet the PATIENT OF THE WEEK: He is a right-hand man to the
the evening. High men for the lo- forward, took, the game into his Hastings Veterans. Pfc. LeBlanc USMC, from Ward Red Cross staff here at the Hospital '
cals were Kerr with 14, Henning- own hands and pumped eight two- B-5 Is our choice this week. and takes a great interestin
een with 13, and Bill Gibbs who points through the cords for 16 I I He enlisted in the Marine Corps I their parties and activities.
canned four quick buckets midwayIn markers to pull the Fliers into a Station YoungstersWill II on 30 April 1945 and liked the Here's hoping all your dream
the second half to pull the commanding lead. Kiddie service so well that he signed over : come true. LeBlanc.
Fliers ahead after the Pensacola Big gun for the visitors was Jim Enjoy _- -- ----

cagers had moved within ten McTrusty who potted seven buck- Movies On SaturdayHere's HOW TO SAVE FUEL I
points. The lithe forward tallied ets and a lone charity toss for 15 ummuum______
12 points for his evening's work. points. Scoring honors went to some big news for the 1 W }
This was the Fliers' second con- towering Al Tenningsen of the youngsters. Beginning Saturday -
Ath- Fliers, though, as he swished the
secutive Naval Air Training Welfare will present a special
ktlc Conference win and settled nets for eight baskets and two Kiddie Movie every: Sat-
them on top of the scramble for gratis pitches and 18 points. Jimmy ( urday afternoon at 1:30. ,
the in the NATAC DeGroote potted seven goals
top spot cir the Kid e.
The plan Is to hold
cui t. and a free throw to tie McTrustywith
die Show at Malnside Auditorium -
Stop I'en8a<"ola l're-.UghtJaxNavy's 15:: tallies.
and follow It up at 4:30 with
Fliers wore out a the regular showing of the feature 55 b h
menacing Pensacola Pre-Flight scheduled for that day. a
five In the second half Friday Jax SluggersContinued
However because of the boxing
night to whip the visiting cadets,
matches scheduled with Pensa-
0-40 and their initial from Page 1
wrap up
cola this Saturday night the newprogram
win in the NATAC. these sluggers, plus several others,
will be launched at the -.
the locals have been training daily and are S
Tommy Kllgariff paced -
in the peak of condition for the Student Officers Auditoriumand
their decisive win he
to as
match move to Malnside thefollowlD& > : R hlI
dumped in nine buckets and a duo Saturday.The : :
w *k.
of gratis tosses for 20 markers. match with Pensacola will I S .
Clone on Kilgariffs heels for scoring also give the Jax ring tutor an Children need not be accompanied e h
honors was Al Henningsenwith idea of what kind of team he will by their parents, but
19 points on nine field goals be able to field in the Jackson- adults are welcome to attend M
and a single free toss. Doc John- ville Golden Gloves tournament the Kiddie Shows. The regular
which is coming soon. 10-cent admission charge will
son again hit a hot streak in the up
final half as he dropped in five Little advance information has rover the special program of car-
two.pointers from out on the I b ..n received from Pensacola con- toons and cowboy movies as wellas )
court to shove the Fliers to the cerning their fighters, but a strong the feature attraction which = AI
front. I contending team is expected to will follow
After leading at halftime 28-21, match blows with the local pugilists This Saturday's show will Include -
the Fliers failed to roll up any Last year the Goslings sent I only the Kiddie Program.
points until the visitors had pulled three boys to the All-Navy finals I I i a
within three points. Then Kil- with one of them coming out as
gariff started on a scoring ram- the All-Navy champ in the ban- March 4 l rI
page. Three times in succession -nweight class. They were also ) F
he stole the ball from Pensacola one of the ring powers in the CoatlMied front Page 1 I
guards and set sail for the Flier I'ATAC tourney, held a*. Ottum- a plea will be made for contri- h. t 1
bucket scoring without anyone wa, Iowa, last winter. butions to support the Navy's
around close. Then the Flier's fast Admission to the fights Satur- drive in the campaign to lick

break started to click and the day is free and everyone is polio.
was never In doubt. I ed to attend. Officials inVit-1 The famed "Battle of the AS ONE OF THE ROUGHEST winters in years played havoc
game Outstanding for the losers was match will be AAU men I States" will be set up outside of I from one end of the U. S. to the other, NAS officials moved swiftlyto

Pap Riley who shoved in seven I Jacksonville. Announcer for the Ship's Service again this year. It conserve critical supplies of fuel oil To offset Florida's changeable t
baskets for 14 points and playedone fir ta will be Art Greene, Jax Air is expected that the bottles will climate. station personnel were advised to shut off radiators
of the most sensational floor : News editor, who has been handling I be placed there today so' that all I rather than open windows when the mercury starts to climb. Here ?f
I a 'lea yet witnessed on theN the annon cing chores it hands can enjoy trying to put their I Grace Hamrick and Walter Tokarz pf the Central Office, illustrate
TTP hardwood. Riley a dead. Malnside smokers. j I state out in front I the proper procedure.page : .


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( "lWaQt' HERE AND THERE

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Said the toothbrush to the tooth- I

paste,
In a moment of delight;

I'll give you a big squeeze when

we meet on the bridge tonight

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SUCH IS LIFE I

He Jerked her from her resting (

place '

I ; And held her strong and firm
% He pressed her to his burning MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

'k I/ lipsAnd I MOVIES 1730 and weekend1430
: Weekdays- and 3000.
she knew he was a worm.
He crushed her then unmerci- THURSDAY
( "RIDERS OF THE LONE STAR", with Charles Starrett
fully,
FRIDAY
s Ii (.at V And threw her out in the cold,
t DANCE, Station Band. Starts at 2030.
IIi 4 For he was Just a fag-fiend, SATURDAY
And she-a burnt Old Gold.
BOXING MATCHES, 2000.SUNDAY


S2c: "Pardon me, but it's "THE SENATOR WAS INDISCREET", featuring William Powell
against the rules to swim here." MONDAY

WAVE: "For Pete's sake, why "THE TENDER YEARS", featuring Joe E. Brown.
didn't you tell me before I un- TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY"A

dressed?" WOMAN'S VENGEANCE", with Charles Boyer.
S2: "It ain't against the rulesto THURSDAY

undress." "ROBIN HOOD OF TEXAS", featuring Gene Autry -

"They're the ones-with fouls."
The following was observed on JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMShows

the marquee of the State The

I atre in Omaha, Nebraska: start at 2000.
Comnrnercial: BuBletin I "One Heavenly Night," THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
"TREASURE OF SIERRA MADRE" with
"Between Two Women. Humphrey Bogart.

Bulletins will be accepted until sell for best offer. Phone 8-0371.1 I "ROBIN HOOD OF TEXAS"SATUDAY Gene _
featuring Autry.
Watson. He had Tarzan's eyes they
apace has been filled, but not later SUNDAY
Remington pump shotgun model 31. : from limb to limb.
than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230. : swung
new. Remington portable noiseless "LINDA BE GOOD", starring E. Knox.

FOR SALE typewriter. Browning, phone 7-6036 MONDAY AND TUESDAY .
G. I.: "Wow what a figure.
Mercury II camera with flash attachment or ext. 420. "THE SENATOR WAS INDISCREET", with William Powell
and case plus light meter. Small baby crib In good condition. Gob: "Yeah, nice decimals, too.
Reasonable. Lt. (]g) Brewer, ext. Thompson 1247A Hancock St.. NAB -- WEDNESDAY
8163 after 1800. Set of 8 matched Henry Plcard Irons, "THE TENDER YEARS", featuring Joe E. Brown. .
good condition. Contact Doctor F. I'. Sailor: "Now my dear, how THURSDAY"A j
Ro"al. Overdrive
,
1933! Chrysler new
U. S. Naval '
transmission and tires. Front Ballenger Hospital. about a little demi-tasse ?
engine, WOMAN'S VENGEANCE" Charles
Kodak monitor 620 camera 14.5 lens, starring Boyer.
end rebushed shackle bolts replaced, supermatlc shutter. Hardly used. Country Girl: "I knew it, you
brakes relined and shock absorbers weren't treating me like this for
Phone 8-1043. R. W. Simpson. OTHER EVENTS
rebuilt. $800 cash. Ext. 8191 or 8233, "
with leather -
Revere 8mm movie camera, nothing.
V. Dicks.
L. carrying case. $65. Also two- BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
' 1939! Indian motorcycle. See R.
wheeled luggage: trailer. Phone 280U3. -
a both VA No. 5, Hangar 1l.i. or Helvenston. "I love yon dear," she told him, MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 12002400.
\, Bks. E after 1600. Baby b 1 In good condition, $). Ext. and Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays.
1937 Lincoln. Engine and body in per 636. Chef Hubbard. MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
fect condition, new paint job. $ OO. 1940 Chrysler New Yorker club coupe.In With that removedher dress. Fridays.PHOTOGRAPHY.
Phone 3-2011-J.: Walter M. Crouse. good condition Will sell or trade.Chief i "You're everything that I'll ever
1940! Chevrolet coupe. Motor In good ((rant, ext. 392, Bks. 20, NAT need CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
condition, new paint :Job. $;00. W. TC. I, Thursdays.
1 E. full 1484 Cumberland Road, or Unusual bargain! Four steel-slat Venetian I really must confess.You're BOWLING.-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation BuildingNo
blinds In excellent condition. I to me, dear boy
Inspection. A&R Wing Shop 303. so good ,
3. all week from 1630 : 2130.
Cream with white I Fit 2U" Alleys open o
19-11 Chevrolet special deluxe two-door. tapes. So tender, and so s\\eet.
Good condition. Radio and heater. windows $14 for allWIII give away BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
And her
as she spoke dainty slip
$'JJO. Browning, ext. 515. free two additionalcomposition ; Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
19-11 Hudson "6" four-door setSin. En- board Venetian blinds In good condi Came tumbling\ to her feet. 1500.
Kino recently rebuilt. New paint and tion. Phone ext. 8134 or see at 4551; ; She whispered, "Honey, rest assured -
MAINSIDE the Center located in
tires. Excellent condition. $050.\ 3717 Blount Ave. Tlmuquana Manor. LOUNGE-Formerly Reception ,

A Riley Ave., Dewey Park, or call 1912 Greene.Pontiac sedanette. Radio and My love you'll never lose" the South wing of Building No 955>: is open to NAS personnel and
Chief Karplnskl. ext. 745. from 1000 to 2200 Available for
their
guests daily. wedding receptions -
heater other extras. 42.000 miles. In
3937 Ford two-door sedan. Fair condi She slid her hose from her shapely -
tion. Will sell or trade. M. A. Burgess food condition. Chief Loftus ext. legs by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho-

ext. 7 H. Bldg. 613 NATTC. Dewey or Park.see at 3531A Craven St., And put them in her shoes.* nograph 'available for use of all hands.
1916 Ford two-door super deluxe. Radio LIBRARY-Located on second desk of Mainside Recreation Building -
and heater. $1400. Dunlap. Bldg. Thayer baby buggy In good condition. "My darling I'm so much In loveI
501. or phone 2-3163 after 1700. Mrs. Klassy, 5102 Tlmuquana Road. couldn't give you more." No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
1936 Oldsmobile. Coi letely OVE'rhaulI I 1939 Pontlac convertible. New paint And slid her brassiere down her 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
and top. good rubber. Lt. Dunklee
ed. $125. II. E. Ball. Bldg. 135 ext.
I ext. 216.Portable arms SWIMMING-Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday1800to
8242.:
: electric washing machine. And dropped it on the floor. 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300' to 2100.
two-dooi. Good condition.My
Wlllys
1939 Like new. $20. R Murphy 4067 Myia GOLF-Course from 1000 to sunset daily Saturday and Sunday
equity $250:: balance $125. Phone St., Murray Hill. "A burning love like ours, sweetheart open
8-OQ32. Lucas, Inspection Dept. ext. Girl's 26 tire, good from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
817:>, or 1464 Cumberland Rd. dlfoY.lel&. l nes -1859. Flew. You'll never need doubt." trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

25'/i My fulkM.al See. Many Chief extras Smith: Sofa Barr bed and St., kitchen Dewey set Park.Brobst, 3111B She dropped her step-ins from the ANCHORAGE-Open dally to enlisted personnel (with liberty

Hangar 140, or Iron Kettle Trailer 1940 Studebaker Champion. Excellent waist cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason

Park, Orange Park. I condition new tag. Will sell for my And from them she stepped out. Field.
ft. house trailer. Excellent condI-
SO equity. R. G. Bagube, 3805B NormanSt.
TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train
tion Inside and out. Awning covering ; I ., Dewey Park. "Remember, I belong to you
entire trailer and porch. $-195 I'm and alone." ing Building No. 726.
yours yours
Bassinette, bathlnette, of
pair
cash or $200 2-3775.down and W. N.$40 Butts.per scales and bath scales. H. D. Lewis baby, "Goodnight," she murmured soft- ARCHERY-Club, located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800

19-1G\n onde1.hOg: ft. Universal trailer.: 3207A Blair Ave., Dewey Park. ly.And, to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
Two-bottle butane stove circulating Two tennis racquets, dozen tennis the Everyone welcome.
then-hung up phone.
. balls four badminton racquets and
heater flourescent lights, two row
NUnSEnySponsorea by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
700x16 six heavy tires. Two shuttlecock, two-burner electric hotplate -
ply duty
and one-half rooms. Sleeps four. one electric heater with fan, Mamma Stork: "Guess I'll go Hours: Monday through 'riday-0700 to 2100; SaturdaY-0700 to
New Hollywood bed. All -in first pair athletic shoes new size 8Vj : out and deliver some baby boys." 0100 Sunday morning. Hates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
samuarl two-hand sword,
class condition. Can be seen at Davis Japanese for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
Trailer Camp across from Dewey rifle and bayonet, auto top rack Baby Stork: "Guess I'll go out
Park. Fussi'll, F. R. Simmons, ACMM, 3108B Elly and scare hell out of some sail- and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$1
son St., Dewey Park. from 0700 to 1800.
One-wheel aluminum covered trailer. 1941 model 24 ft. Schult house trailer. ors.
Has steel frame, aluminum top, sides Tandem wheels electric refrigeratorand -- --

and esdrorspdta- folding camera, extras. Lot 24, Yukon Trailer Absent-minded sales girl (as I
on American lllrn I Camp, or see E. Schwartz, Gal- Tickets Available At Station Beauty
size 120 or 620. ItJotdeI carryIng ley 4, ext. lr' date kissed her good night) : "Will
case. Would trade that be all?" NAS For DAV AffairThe
FOR RENT
for an electric Ironer. or what have Shop Employs
)'ou't F. R. Simmons. VF-ATU No. 2. Furnished room with kitchen privileges. -
ext. 420 or see at 3-108B Ellyson St., Near NAS. Phone 2-6794. Mrs. Joe: "What made that red markon Disabled American Veter-
Dewey Park.Taylortot w. P. Johnson. your nose?" ans of Jacksonville are staging a New ManagerThe
stroller, play pen and tri- Front bedroom, next to bath, $23 per Aloe "Glasses." fund-raising campaign which will
cycle. Perper 1340A Randolph St., month. Gross 4557 Post St.
FNAB. Bedroom In private home next to Joe: "How many?" culminate in a dance and raffleto Station Beauty Shop had a

blonde bedroom suite rea- bath one block from bus stop linens be held on Wednesday, 24 new manager this week when Mrs.
sonable. Harding, 3804B Dewey ParkAnnt'x. furnished, near shopping centerand sedan. Kltlar. Shop 1489 A&R. March at the DAV Hall on 16 East
NAS. Phone 2-5775. Seager, 4916Dundee Two or three-bedroom furnished houseor Athen Atchley replaced Mrs. Hat.
Knitted chair covers for male living Road, Lake 5hol'e.W1I1 apartment. Phone 2-8953, 1>1, V. Duval Street. tie Johnson who to
metal table resigned go
room set $8;
share home with couple. Kitchen Haas.
25 cents
Tickets, selling for en-
and four chairs, reasonably priced. privileges and private entrance. Ph. Ride from Green Cove Springs to NAS. into private business.
Geiger, 1221B Hancock St., NAS.or 7-5825, Mrs. Browning, 2920 Spencer Betty Jones ext. 342. titles the bearer to a chance on
ext. 256. Street. Ride from vicinity of Phillips and LIb- tho; $1000 worth of door prizes tobe Mrs. Atchley, a veteran beauty
portable leatherette bar never used. Large room kitchen privileges semi- erty to NAS. Working hours 0800 given away, as well as admis- operator with eleven years of experience
Phone 8-1994, Alice Carr.
bath, near NAS. Phone 2-1090. Wood- to 1630. Wallace, ext. 506 Bldg. W2.
Argus; C-3 flash attachment and car- all. Ride from Green Cove Springs to NAS. sion to the dance. is no stranger to NAS,
rying case. Weston exposure meter Large double bedroom In private home. Working hours 0830 to 1700. Jean NAS personnel desiring tickets worked in the beauty
having shop
and carrying case. Other spares Private linens
bath furnished every Sullivan, ext. 537.Ride .
New, only two months old. $00. Chief day, use of telephone and living from vicinity of 35th and Ernestto may obtain them from the Main- here from June, 1944, to August,
Lemon ext. 8140. Bldg.! 54. NATTC. room $12.50 per week for two and NAS. Working hours 0800 to 1630. side Welfare Office in the Recre- 1946.
JvJorne/ deluxe model circulating heater $11 for one. Phone 7Mrs.. J. E. Freund ext: 382. ation Building.
outside tank, $50; deluxe gas Walker 1814 Margaret Street. Rider.s from vicinity of Edgewood and I During the war, the beauty shop
stove, table model, $150; two small Will share Lake Shore bungalow Com- Park:: to NAS. Working I hours 0800 I was installed at NAS for the ben
gas heaters $10; old cedar closet pletely furnished electric kitchen to 1630. Pennlngton, ext. 726. WAVE
several i efit of personnel only, but ,
and chests. Phone 7-5460. child welcome. Phone 23215.: Mrs. Ride from vicinity of Woodstock Park. Beer To Be Sold 1
Howe, week-ends 1720 following demobilization and the J
or evenings. Rhodes. Lowell and Nelson to NAS. Working {
Goodwin St. Small two-bedroom apdrtment unfurnished hours OHOO to 1630. G. A. Waibel, ext. At 804 Club; Two reduction in the number oC
RCA 5 tube table model radio. Good 2nd floor. Garden space, 8219. NATTC Police Office.
WAVES assigned here, the shop
condition. Dameron ext. 8151, Bldg. large lawn no garage. $10 per month Reliable man with family to drive Dances Each Month
501. with electric refrigerator, $35 with- 1942: BuIck sedanette to Norfolk. was opened to all military d -
Officer's bridge; coat. Practically new. out. Prefer couple, man with automobile Soon as possible. Phone 8-2 JU. Beginning tomorrow, the 801 pendents.
size 38 short. Bargain. Lt. (jg) Pate, worklmr at NAS, 0800 to Bralnard, 1330 Cumberland Road.va'j
Club for colored attached I the
ATU No. 10, ext. 233. 1630. 50t8 Klngsbury, or phone 8- LOST personnel :. Upon taking over manager.
Crib with mattress Apartment size: :2939; McMichen. $108 In vicinity of the to NAS will offer something I ship, Mrs. Atchley pledged to pa
$15. PhOne 7-7043. Mrs. Agne. Furnished or unfurnished apartment. Store. Ship's Service, or X-Ray Dept.at new in addition to the pleasant I I Irons and.prospective patrons the
Small screw cutting lathe. Completewith
1-3 horsepower motor. Mounted Half Base.mile Inquire south at of Green Skipper's Cove Store Naval Hospital. Lost 13 Januaiy 1948. I lounge and recreation facilities. j very finest in service and beauty J J JI

on bench. $75. Belote. 1410 Miami near Quonset Huts Mrs. Julia Owens.: P.V.Reward.. Schmidt If found ChPClk.please Box contact 4c. U. Sale of beer to personnel visitingthe ,I care. Although the shop is only

.Two Road.pain of shoes, new. Black cuban Three rooms and bath I'h large S. Naval Station, Green Cove Spgs., club will be undertaken on an open from 0800 to 1600, it 1-.
heels, dress, brown loafers, front porch. One partly Fla.Wyler. experimental basis to make avail- his hoped that increased patronagewill ,
furnished. Phone 4-3248 Miss Herring -
6'XjlI. Good condtUon. Esther Wise, 627 Edison Ave. water-proof wrist:I watch. Lost able at 80-1" the same privileges I warrant the employment of a
8 January ,In Vicinity of Hangar 525.
ext. 391. Sleeping room with home and kitchen enjoyed at the Anchorage. night operator.
Table model radio and phonograph $13: reward. J. W. Bralnard. Bks. \
combination. Folding baby buggy, privileges.1287, Mrs. $15 L. Johnson per week., 5116 Phone Tlmu 8- :20.: A. F. School, class 22. NATTC. Still Another new feature at the I One of the newer features of !

bassinette and play pen. Mrs. Price, quana Road.Furnished CAIU OF THANKS 801 Club is the twice-monthly the beauty salon 13 the new super
ext 8203, or see al 1432A Child St.. ir. O. White. CphM. wishes to ex- '
fur house '
w light danoes which are to be held in the sonic radio wave. Also availableare
NAS. II1I1"Ct sincere thanks to his neighbors
keeping. NAB, left at sec press
Cocker spaniel, 'hroh.leeok1rlt ond road before dog track. Califano members of the CPO Club, the I future. regular cold waves, machine
2' ,
greed Phone Cabins Joseph Calif ano, Hospital staff, and patients for flowers 4 I'I'I 'I waves, and machineless waves.
. wk, 4635 Colonial Ave. and contributions for his wife I "
Natural skunk fur coat size 16, like i WANTED who died 1 January 1948 in an automobile "I caught my husband flirting. Appointments for beauty work
new. Too small for owner. Cost $550, 19-10 or '41 Chevrolet or Plymouth accident. "That's how I got mine, too." may be made by calling ext 218.



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MonthWith A TOUGH LIFE ,-1' ieeve I II
I ) J1-1 !Jl ufs Big lIT'S

the program being offered by Welfare -

Editorial Offices during the month of February, out I

South Wing, Lower Deck, Blilg. 930 lined on Page 1 of this issue, many white ('
Telephone Extension 8184 hats will all but throw away their liberty

Arthur M. Greene, Editor cards during the coming weeks. Highlighted
The JAX AIR NEWS 13 published weekly at the by a dance featuring a really big-name band. .
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and the month promises to be a red letter one
piloted commercially with non-appropriated funds: on the station's entertainment calendar.
at to the and in compliancewith 1
no expense government
SecNav Circular Letter 45-1918 dated 12 De- This will be the first opportunity for .0
umber 1945 Copies are distributed free of chargeat many here to witness a Shakespearean play ;
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical for countless others it will be the first time l's
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval they ever witnessed anything of the "legitimate" -
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters oi;
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air theater.All .
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range in all, February will be a month to .
find the U. S. Naval Hospital. i I't'member-at NAS, at least. And not because /

Rear Admiral Ralph Davi Commandant. Seventh Naval District -7ttis -
Chief of Natal Air Advanced Training ,

Captain Herbert S Duckworth. USN. Commanding i / lf
Jacksonville Natal Air Station \ e
l"I
Captain Jules F. Schumacher USN Commanding ia1 Y14Neuus ) pj
Naval' Air Technical Training Center -

Captain C. M. Stharr S. Naval HospitalCiU.n i .

,
F. W. Pilestman. USNR. CommandingNaval I l"Y
Air Reserve Training Unit .s ,

Lt, CJ. T. C. Moore Jr.. USMC, Commanding V.
Marine Barracks IN KATE
"1 HAVE to be good natured about things like this-I can't
Lt 1. C. Floerchlnger., O-ln-C I light and I can't run!"
nal Auxlllaiy Air Station, Cecil Field Sometime ago. a thoughtful young man : -- -- -
I
approached the Chaplain with a startling
*Marine x Aviation M.DetachmentThe Hearn. USMC question. "Chaplain, what are you and I and ttG'J: [n

JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship1 Editorial Association the rest of the people in the world here for?
without material.permission Rtpubllcation of SEA.of credited Washington matter 25. prohibited D. C. Re- What is the reason back of our coming and
lubllcatlon of any other matter except by serb Ice pubilcatlone. -, going all through the activities of life and
If jrohlblted without permission of Editor "
JAX AIR NEWS. then dying?

He was struggling with the problem: of .

the goal of human existence, the real mean
First In SafetyThe ing and the end of life. And it was encourag- I By E. A

Navy' always a pioneer in advocating ing to find a person as young as he inquiringinto !I months}; of the country most in
the purpose of existence. to a regions Is" the desert
military
devices for its ,
safety
find developing: Very few people think on the subject at 1 and new I from west Texas through
and civilian personnel, is now leadingthe all. Those who try to solve it either become I ers" are I New Mexico Arizona*

way with a program which will help confused and bitter, commit suicide, or turn I I is more." 'California.the high-spots DESERT of PARADE the ]

safeguard the eyesight of its industrial to God. all of us I animal residents of Pla.ntt 1
not only I and is illustrated with manrt
workers.In The Chaplain's spur-of-the-moment an- : '
the vanguard with other progressive swer presented this life as a testing ground. I boost neighbors it i the LOOK photographs.AT AMERICA sef(.

commercial and industrial establishments, God is using human existence in this worldas a good I Look Magazine has iasue a proving ground for future responsibility. and the on various parts of th*
the Navy has launched an "Eye Protectionand He is demonstrating how much we can giving it I They contain excellent

Correction Program" which blazes anew handle for Him in a coming day when the past more, every let's maps, make which fine, with guide the book text
trail in the safety field. Predicated on I whole universe shall be in the care of those let's : I states covered. THE CEN-

the belief that a worker can operate more I who have entered into partnership with Him. ''Is a better I NORTHWEST and THE}

efficiently and produce more if his eyesightand I I The young man was told that faith in WHAT'S have Florida been is received amply by repre-th.

vision are corrected to normal, and that God and the assurances of Christ were alone 24 Saturday, dances I in the latter, points of in*
protection for eyes will mean less occupa- sufficient for salvation. But faithfulness to guests. The I being discussed and pio
tional accidents and lost time, the! plan is the work which He sets before us counts for be held till .
of of Florida
e story one part
further proof that government employeesare reward and enlarged opportunity for the with means the two told by Marjory Stoneman
provided with the latest and most up- I Kingdom. I night. The in THE EVERGLADES*
to-date protective equipment to carry out I I There is a "Promotion Day" coming, but i tee is also OF GRASS. Halfway dowd
their assigned tasks. our great Commanding Officer is going ro o for Friday, '. Florida and peninsula south and is south Lak

Under the program, all employees per- have difficulty in giving a higher rate or :, in"Bad costume. from it runs for a hundred
forming duties where protective goggles will rank to many because of the little that they I will be this strange river of Iresrj
have accomplished for Him. As in the i ', and saw grass Cities hav*
tend to reduce the danger of injury will be many start
built the of the
on edges
service have not fitted themselves for the costume :
tested for the proper lenses before issuance but the interior of the
of the goggles. In this manner, not only will \ next higher rate, so, also, many in the cohorts -, the the biggest CPO is still wild and natural.) .
workers' eyes be protected from splinters, of God are totally unfit for any spirit? : that the Florida is the scene of. '-
flying particles, and acids, but they will be ual advancement. And some in that day will i be hard period romance. THBJ
TIDE by Rub 'It'6. Hall
given the additional assistance of lenses surely be "broken. Friday the heroine, Caline, swirls her .
which will restore sight to normal require- A question for all to face as we meditateon the club. :bait"t through West Florida in
ments for their respective jobs. our life's work is : "How much am I worthto ganizations BIG I 1830's and 1840. when her

The most import,.nt factor in the pro- God ? If suddenly He should appear and cently I -in the husband development was of con-the
" gram is the interest of the Navy Depart- ask for an account of my years on earth, is the of St Joseph Love interest
would I be able to produce anything of valuein idea of adventurer
ment in protecting the health of its em- "AI by an for
(
ployees. The goggles will be furnished with- His sight? Or would that higher rank be ;)' ) > regrets her choice of mar-.
for money. The.story is in
out charge to the worker so that all can given to another more worthy than 11"He I "Al" as is the background of
avail themselves of the benefits of wearing says: "Behold, I come quickly and tified), Florida frontIer
o fly reward is with me to give to every man instead have of T. Kane has written

them.The curtain was raised on the program I according as his work shall be Hold thou I thc they' ri. I"m books ON about THE MISSISSIP-the south

following the Regional Safety Conference fast that which thou" hast that no man take self.: I being the most recent Here he
here, and safety engineers from naval es- away thy crown. I I IIIATS' the history of the town and
tablishments located in this area were in- Chaplain Robert L. Murphy. 'Lt1HO--A of the people who lived
hat to '
I in the past. Natchez now 3
doctrinated in the program at that time. -*- (Chiefs of national interest as "a
Adoption of the plan will help keep the I Crawford, )i musuem without paral
NEW DEVICE CUTS LOSS OF LIFE which "
in the South.
Navy in the forefront in the field of indus- now .

trial safety. It stamps indelibly on the Navy (SEA) -Newest of innovations adoptedby station : "Doctor, our family is .
the reputation of looking out for its em the Nato reduce loss of lives and risk We too big for my husband
ployees' welfare and being ever alert for to air-borne personnel is the hydro-flap, a taining support. Can you give me any
of
modern developments in Industrial as well specially designed planing surface that ry's"(not ) as ?"
: "Why, yes I believe so.
JM military fields. serves to buoy an airplane in emergencyocean tel" ( ) you like oranges?"
-*- landings.The supervising : "Yes, I do,"
I your "Well, then eat lot of
: or-
hydro-flap is planing surface thatis
a
"E" PENNANTS TO TIE GIVEN IIEKK = I ." '
swung beneath a plane fuselage, and acts I were no : "Thank you doctor.
(SEA) Ensigns bearing a black ball as a ski in event of forced landing at sea. at the I should I eat oranges. before '
emblazoned on a red triangular backgroundwill i The action keeps the nose of the plane out ter of fact I after0"
fly over certain ships and aircraft in the of the water until most of the speed has wit said, and I "Instead"
future. These pennants will denote efficiency I been lost, thus enabling pilots and passengers the foam I
of a single unit, based on over-all performance to man escape hatches and launch sur- just as i rII,4
In all types of exercises, general performance vival gear. as it does
of assigned duties, and material forms be assumedin the antics
:
.
Many'a1' ous may (good old the "Station" rhaprU, Birmingham
and operational readiness. utilization of the new device. Specially : sharp-eyed Dead and Motlla Arena

Estimates from Navy operations officials designed skis are under study at this time, i lists on :NATTC 1'roUtUnt Sri'ice Chaplain A-
are that awards and prize money for individual and other flap arangements are not beyond :' the skin I', Coyer
personnel will be available to about realms of practical use. Although full-scale 'I neighbor them get \ : (pli,i metal ln A Worship C Buyer.Catholic *ivlceCh (_

10 per wnt of competing units in each ad- I tests have not been completed, tests with i how he : --Mall
ministrative command. models indicate that the flap will also eliminate the wife! I --Mos _

Nominations for the "E" awards will be i some of the intense strain on plane "How outdoor-Mas* Nursery for small children J
commander 'ia fuselages which causes them to break in Is maintained between MX
made] to CNO by each type of fit-*, Lt. and 1200.
the Fleet ommaiider. I half j "About




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f A & R EMPLOYEE HONORED :

OUTSTANDING WORK IlUJJII'IIlII:1i&I'!! !: '''. lW ,ffl """ "..tI.".,....... ....... ... ._ __
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FOR NAS EMPLOYEEFor A&R-

Engine Overhaulby Carl W.

exceptional performance of PIa'f'r, __.Up to this point, this column -
duties, J. H. Bedenbaugh, leadingman -
is a cinch to write. From hereon Lewis was overheard saying that
I
and toolmaker in the here Assembly .-.. .... .... 1 out it presents a different picture he was ready to get married a.n4
Repair Department won
x : however. No news, you know.
J a meritorious pay increase last settle down. Step right up, girlflt
I Everybody being nervous from the The line forms
week the to the rightandthis ]
first of its kind granted
here in ; service ( Civil Service, that is). is Leap Year too! ,
many years.Bedt'nbaugh
i
All the conversation pertains toone's
informed The month of June got a lot of
was or standing on that importantlittle
competition from December l last
the award in a. brief ceremony in scroll which everyone has
the office of the and Repair year. Among those who heard
Assembly! come to know as the retention reg-
Officer last Thursday morn- ister. wedding bells in December werethe
witnessed A&R officials. I former Dot Brooks, now Mr
ing by r' Right here we would like to extend -
The recipient's outstanding abilIty I Paul Rogers, and Mr. Everett
our thanks to Susie Websterand
s
Sloan. Congratulations to
leader bv you both
as a was given
Comdr. Dodson of the Chief "Punchy" Landers who C. P, Barnett is eagerly await
as one primereasons
which led to the decisionto ui.Jertook the job of writing this ing the arrival of his mother father
column the past two weeks while
and grandmother from
grant him the meritorious pay Texas
yours truly was recovering from a for a visit.
Increase. Said the A&R Officer
"You have been a constant sourr<- ,,,.. ,,- ".. ---......--- -- severe case of spring fever con- Our deepest sympathy to Sue
tracted the
of inspiration to all those with FOIl THE FIRST TIME in many years, an NAS civilian employee Charlie during Martin isn't holidays too Verner on the recent death of het

whom you have come in contact, was awarded a meritorious pay increase. J. H. Bedenbaugh, apprehensive brother.
about being reached on the I
and you have developed many i leadingman toolmaker in A&R was formally notified of the action Time !o\f'dloll-Have you noticedthe
aforementioned retention ,
training programs and procedures by Comdr. Joseph E. Dodson A&R Officer, last week in the presence register ring that Doris Negryth ia
it
He has
seems. already lined
which have furthered the training !, of many plant officials. L. W. Reese, foreman A&R Shops, 1'a of up flashing around ? The Navy slipped
job taking care the dogs out
program here" looks on as Comdr. Dodson congratulates Bedenbaugh on his accomplishment up and let the Army beat
at the dog track. We can name their time. How come, boys ?
Other reasons given by the A&R -- -- --- j several guys who have been doing The "flu" hit the Time Section

Officer for his recommendationthat light being "How Soon", loves that for years. full force this week. But, at this

Bedenbaugh be awarded the scented bath salts, and her present I If any of you readers have a time, we are happy to report that
pay increase were: i ,riSUPPLY ambition is to master a Sund- simple mathematical problem we are all back on the job

1. For performance of duties far strand adding machine. Whozit ? I' which you can't work, just bringit I Marion Reed is leaving us. We

above and beyond that" of otheremployees ;i < .21'Born> Wensebrok, he fin- to a board composed of Jim will miss her and wish her all the
with "}; efficiency SALLIES Cox, Maurice Taylor, Charlie luck and happiness in her new job.
d ished high school at Hemslmger. i
rating. !, Hart and this writer We won't Accessories" DUUionby Dorothy
then moved to Brooklyn in
2. For designingtools and jig sand be able to work it either. Williamson- know Decker
1925 where he was a scale man
"bkh hate Increased efficiencyand Incidentally, Jim Cox's name is Smith is now longing for the sun
for Toledo Scales He must have I
speeded production at A&K found Durocher's country too cold being prominently mentioned in any south, as he is way up north

which were of a nature normallydeveloped ; WHOZITS ? ? ( How well do for he moved his family South connection with the forthcoming I in Massachusetts going to school,,"
with I election of officers for the Yukon Ruth Grundmann
by engineers a you know your associates) ((1) I that same year to Waycross, Ga., has all the
F-3 rating. Born in Newberry, Florida, she and became affiliated with a bakery Post 137 Club We feel certain luck! She rode in Waterman's nevi

In addition, Bedenbaugh was has a good basketball record I there as a salesman. As a I|that this Legion organization could Plymouth station v.-agon! Her
cited for having submitted a Dumber -: there and also learned to shakea I matter of fact, that was also one i I j not choose a better or more well- youngest son is home now and will
i fitted personality to help direct soon be a civilian.
of Beneficial Suggestionswhich wicked hip at dances, but her II I of his first jobs when he movedto
have saved the Navy thousands '! favorite place for recreation now I Jacksonville in the thirties. He the business activities of the club What caused the side" of Wa+

of dollars. ': I is Gainesville. Sine! it's Leap started to work here as a storf'ke'eper's '- I:i' which is a separate function from ,'terman's old "Chevy" to fall off t
The pay increase is equivalent i i Year, she is assembling a hope | helper and has consistently the Legion Post. (There will be a Was it internal heat ?
slight fee for political advertisement Big oyster roast to be at Merwin's *
to the amount normally given in chest and is struggling with new climbed the ladder ever '
the periodic increment promotions. I recipes, learning the way to a j! since. He owns the home where i Jim). fishing' camp on January 31,
man's heart. Started her careerat 1 he and the missus reside and | Well, folks, news is as fleetingas Come one, and all-the Instruf

!I EAL and, other than marriage -'where his daughter lived until fame this week so we will close ment Shop always has fun at its

\{ INSIDE I wants to make civil service she flew to California recently | by passing on to you an excerpt parties.
her life's work. Collects Vaughn for a visit. His favorite past times ;I; from Earl Wilson's column which, Our deepest sympathy to Johnnie *
\ Monroe records her current de- 1 perhaps, you haven't already read: Knowlton on the recent deaU
and
PUBLIC WORKS are fishing bowling, and he
; i' "A bigamist is a man who has one : of his father.
is one of the experts in the latter -
I ] wife too many. Some guys arebiganists I What is this story about Chief
If anyone thinks this past week had ice on his eye glasses and !, league. Whozit?
who have only married Windleweedle ? We hear he l,
was a lucky one there are several frost on his bald spot Louise :> ((3)) Her favorite recreation is once." about to set forth on the sea of
Public Works employees who will I! Bragg has been making news in I reading, but she is also noted for |I Plant Dh'I..lon-by Walt Fletcher matrimony.

choose weapons with them. For j! the local papers with her picture her kind acts of sewing and crocheting -Well, folks, here we are back I Clanton, did you make another
Instance. J. H. Lee in the Ad I and all. She is a basketball star for her friends around'
; again, after having no article in trip to Pennsylvania or is this$
Building bought a new tag for his with the NAS civilians, and Transportation Supply. She is a brilliant con- ''I I
I' | the Air News last week. My chief car worn out from those!; othe
Ford and promptly had it stolen. I is proud of her. versationalist and will continue' I
,: informers failed to get their reports quick trips you made up there ? I II
The aheetmetal shop told very j j In the Power Plant, Mr. Boyer, conversing even if no one is in on time. I I Congratulations to Mr. and Mra,

regretfully it couldn't make an '' master mechanic, is still in California -1 around. When she lights a cigarette Earl Pardue left us last week [ C. Foley. They now have a baby

auto tag Laurie Rosenburg, Pete on his extended leave. We her colleagues are always to have an operation performed j i i boy. That coffee he served us was
Capps, and Bob Smith went to the <, miss the aroma of his perennial 1 pretty sure she has Just: set fire s and, as a result will probably be..>I just right.

dog tracks and paid for their poor cigar and his sharp but kindly wit. to herself. She grins a lot, is thor- out for 30 days or more. We wish ;; Saw our old pal Bernice Wool

luck Then Capps had a visit from '1 Mr. Piper, his assistant, is in oughly likeable, and brags that you a speedy recovery, Earl. bright and she sent her love to all
a nice man in a black derby who 'i charge of the Power Plant duringhis she can move her home anytime j In a conversationwith a friend I.I;I Engineering Divisionby Caroline

gave him a. Jury summons. He absence. she wants--as she resides in a the other day during the hard Ilowell-Gee! These bow ties'

hopes a race track owner comes Our sincere sympathy is ex- trailer nearby. She is the only :].: freeze here, I asked him if he had :\ We are wondering if Charles Thes*

up before his jury. tended to Henry Foster, a lead- person in Supply who can beat'' put alcohol in his car. He replied I II i; cot's middle name is "Frankie'*

In th. Design & Engineering '; ingman pipefitter in Maintenance', John Ringer to the cafteteria at I,I "I had some, but I didnt' put it or if he has just robbed a young
Division some of the girls want | whose father recently passed 1 lunchtime. She is known more in the car." I men's shop. Sure are fancy bow;

to know if Doc Melsheimer's sun- | away. Speaking of Maintenance, by her nickname than her real I I I Willie Willingham told me of I ties you've been wearing Mr. Ti

burst ties blind him at night He some say that sawdust should besprinkled one. Whozit ? an amusing incident the other day. Heard someone say they "sho*

was in the Kingfish Restaurant on on those slippery floors. STUPIDSTITIONS. Your reporter -1!!r It seems she received a telephonecall look romantic and speaking of

Roosevelt Boulevard Sunday night The latest casualty is Ethel Huff- doesn't believe in super from her roommate to hurry i ties, Eugene Humpal sure had on

and wouldn't wave back at them. 1 man. Maybe it was the shock of stitions, but avoids violating any ,, home and open their apartment a bright hand-painted job last
., This is the last week for Lecy Stevens learning that Geff Minns took his and all of them, just to be on the door. The roommate who had lock- week. Chief Sehassar said he

who is going to stay at home wife to a show on their anniversary safe side. Cecil Edwards ( or is it I II ed herself out and couldn't get in, I i, thought it was one of those

and take care of her Mrs.' duties instead of their usual jaunt I "Peggy") won't sing before breakfast ,, complained, "And I don't have' on I| "Catch me, grab me, stab mi'\
Good luck, gal! In Transportation, 1 out the "you know whats." Double : for fear of crying before my best housecoat." Imagine, being I; hope I Stumble" ties Just leaveit

Tom Andreu says if it hadn't been congratulations are in order for supper. Maxine Parks thinks greenis out in the cold without all) of I to the Chief, but how about it;
I for some handy anti-freeze, he Bill Loyd. a welder who recently I bad luck; Harriet Knott worries your glamour! Gene ? i No foolin', fellows, we like

would have frozen. Willie Dau- became the proud father of a 10':* about dreams because quite ,( Material Section-Mr. "Cuddles" I 'em).
I phin said it was so cold that he lb. son. a number of hers come true; Lila We all have troubles sometime
------ __u__ _____ --- ---- ---- Greene thinks 13 I ;kYd 1 and E. M. McHone AM2c, was
II NAS JAX IS FIRST AGAIN: adds "I was born on the 13th I really having troubles the other

:_ ..,_ and that was enough to convince I day. McHone called Chief Schas-
..} -. me"; Dot Sterling and Charlie sar and told him he couldn't find

t. Pait agree it's an ill omen to light (Tie SNB he was looking for The

3 Gigs with one match; Harold I Chief asked him why, and McHonesaid
Smith carries a good luck charm !! someone had hid it. Now listen

J 1 shaped a* a baseball bat whichhe folks, let's don't be hiding
t + z T uses extensively when pitch- those little SNB's down there in
c ing a game; Herbert Pollock) those big ole hangars!

Cu won't kill spiders maintainingthat Tiny Symasek was out a couple
: P they are useful and not detri- 'I of days last week. Her sister

mental; and Betty Lotz won't wa visiting from California. Tiny

4,y P a c ross the path of black cats. i P.S. lays they had a "wild and woolly"
r : Friday the 13th is due in Feb. t time down ,the state.
k MUSINGS. Just learned' that
Bobby Smith, in the Duplicatingshop
brother Steen has a reputationbuilt isn't telling anyone he ha- f\

y as a singer, having recently birthday coming up this week-end,
:soloed at his sister's wedding. but we know. MO we'll just wish
We've been accustomed to his him a'r happy birthday and

drone during the forty conferenceshe many, many more.
holds with his clerks but .. ,.
daily -- ---- -
this last is news. Could be he
might be persuaded to yodel for .
us over the p. a. Vera Stm- eOR THE RE5T OF YOUR

d onds: Supply's disc jockey NN LIFE.. PAYROLL SAVINGS.
and EP having "cross words" recently -

Pat Jones left last

iY 4 week to go in business for himself
with a. freight line The big

!IJ freeze: Frank Reiter had on two \ \ I /
J pairs of socks, long-handle draw- I I
C y k jZrf ,'pajamas, and earmuffs in addition \ \
to hie regulars for the WAA 1 1t t uare.
t
r sale last week; RF got a little too \

much anti-freeze: In his radiator;
Dick Nadeau reports that he took

care of his wife's flowers, especially -

the camellias Why don'twe
take out the elevator and Gov c

TIIK V. s. NAVY EYE CORRECTION and Protection Program was Launched at NAS with a put in a fireman's pole ? It wouldbe

four-day course in the operation of the Ortho-rater, conducted by Bausch & Lomb representatives, I just as effective W 0 B S
following the Regional Safety Conferem-f. The course, marking the Navy's inauguration of this pro will open a eunrise-to-sunset'!

gram; was attended by a large group of safiy engineers from naval establishment in the southeastern broadcasting time schedule! but
area and local optometrists and opthalmologists On the final day t.hoset.akmg the curse Ii will increase to full time m a few

were given an opportunity to apply their learning when several' employees were called In to undergo months, enording to present I
tests on the machine They are shown above taking Ole eye tm en the Orohto raters. j ) I




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AIR NEWS If l ew ootJ THE WORD.

NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER .

NATTC LibraryA
Captain Jule F. Schumetor. USN FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL
Commanding novel that is as dramaticand

Commander Robert P.. B..b.. USN Peter gaudy Bourne's as the "Drums era it describesis of Des- I Barricaded in the Math Department, amidst the slosh of '

ExeeutlT tiny." The story is built aroundone wet paunchos, I sit down to bring forth the weekly trivia

Lt. A. C. Boyer (ChC), USN of the most astonishing episodes concerning TAF and it's troubles. No longer do I lead .
Public Information Officer. of the time of the Napoleonic : the vagabond existence of the Rate Shops but must settle
wars-the rise and fall of the Ne-
Ad.I.or to Ja Air N.w. gro Empire of Haiti. Essentially down to steady hours. The last weekly drawing of the

it is the story of two men-Henry Move and Transfer Department (commonly called Tick-
Editorial Offices for NATTC Section South Wing
Of NATTC Auditorium. Bldg. 563. Tel. Ext. 8174. Christophe, King of Haiti, and Tock, Inc.) found 520 yesterday I
Duncan Stewart, a Scotch doctor. sending the SKV Shop to 422 and I up Lightweight Wrestling champof
Editor Stewart had taken refuge on the myself to 424. Steadley outfoxedthe the Southeast District in the
Robert \Vehllnjj, SIc I island after being forced to leave "red-headed one" though, by person of Don Bush uh, Pusk
no, Rusk, that's it. Don com
He became into where
Sports Editor England. very soon turning the hospital we
L, D. Mondscheln. SI AOM I involved in the struggle between hope he la resting comfortably. plained of "Not having the ol' snapin .
whites becauseof that his muscles" so he was giving it
the and the negroes (It was reported immediatelyafter
All Photocraphi are official U. S. Nary Photographs mad by HAS I to Mahoney S 3/c who was "tak
his belief medical skill of these Mar-
that moves
.. hearing
Photo Lab and "Y. Fund. School Photo Lab unl otherwlit credited. "
should be given to all regardlessof tin alerted the Layout crew to ing it all the way. .
race or color. There is a temp- standby to move to 520.) Following next week's column,
i there is the need of editor.
a new
testuous love affair with Phoebe
The air here is perfumed with
Anyone liking a chance to further -
the most desirable woman on the I cigar smoke as across from me
his of is
island. And there is Jean who for sits the fledgling father of the scope writing eligibleto
half a lifetime kept the image of Division, Tom Brandt, who was apply. Qualifications toler-
with the
a medical student in her with ance GEMS a persecu-
young presented a six-pound girl
tion and whim for in
complex, a
heart It is a long book but with last Friday evening. Talking to subordination. Applications will be
plenty of excitement and adven Brandt, he told of leaving lessons '
accepted from 17 to 50.
ture to warrant it. for the child on Intregal Calculusso anyone
I' oul
Sorry, Pappy we can't use >
.. Against a background of the as to have her "keep up with _
lest years of the American Revo- the Jones'." Congratulations to
i WHfiT TO DOi WHERE TO OOl -f lution, Van Wyck Maso in "Eaglein both Mr. and Mrs.! !

__ '_ the Sky" traces his story of There was an interesting little
three young doctors-"their careers -
meeting Monday evening presidedover
their love-making, and their by a group of Chiefs with +
rough and tumble adventures in 4
little accomplished besides the
MOVIE SCHEDULE the service of a young and strug- election of Karpinski, McFarland,
gling country." Asa Peabody became McCarthy and Tvndall as the committee -
NATTC the surge or of Maine's I in charge of the next Division -
army, Peter Burnham was sur- I I party. A word of gratitude
Thursday-ROSES ARE RED with Don Castle and Peggy Knud- geon aboard the privateer Grand I is given to "Honest John" Fuller
een. Shows at 1730 and 2015. Turk III, and the wily Jamaican, who made several pointed sugges-
Friday and Saturday WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW Lucius Devoe, se-ved as surgeon tions (after elections) only to be
starring June Haver and Mark Stevens. Shows at 1730 and 2015 on under command of Major General called away midway in the meet-
Friday and 1400, 1730, and 2015 on Saturday. Benedict Arnold a. West Point I by some urgent business; and
Sunday-SONG OF THE THIN MAN with Myrna Loy and William and schemed his way to financialif ling Joe Mastrorocco who volun-
Powell Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2015. not moral success. Readers of teered hU assistance as an over-
Monday and Tue-sday-NO SHOWS due to Basketball games on Vason's other novels know ex- seer. (We could say he "nosed in"
both nights WAVES vs. Eglin Field WACS and Jax Navy vs. actly the sort of swirling, lusty but we won't.) ..
Southern College on Monday starting at 1900 and 2000 respectively. tale to expect. The basketball team swampedour An':
WAVES vs. Eglin Field WACS and Jax Navy vs. Parris Island Marinesat Louis Bromfield has turned up old rivals, TOB last Tuesday ,
1900 and 2000 respectively on Tuesday. a&"aln-thls. time with a tale of Ito I the tune of 60-25 with Stone, I
Wednesdaj'-ROBIN HOOD OF TEXAS with Gene Autry and the bold, bad frontier days. Four I McLaughlin and Myrtle leading 1'1
Lynn Roberts Shows at 1730 and 2015. people come to the wi 3 open townof the scoring parade. There was a
Thurstlaj'-LINDA BE GOOD starring Elyse Knox and John Hub- Silver Cite which I is owned by technical foul called that no one I
bard. Shows at 1730 and 2015.THINGS P. J. Meany-P. J.'s oungest son could quite make out but we
Dick, Dick's British tutor Mademoiselle learned later that someone had I
da Ponti, and a piano-play- said "Bacigalupo" and the ref
TO DC-ABOARD ing gambler who calls himself Professor thought he was swearing. All in I

How .hese four make all it was a good game and we i
FLEET'S IN-Open nightly 17302130. Bldg. 517. their way .n the boisterous worldof ( looked forward to the next few
Sandwiches and snacks available. Silver City forms the plot of weeks in anticipation of glee. I
BOWLING-Six alleyin Ship a Service available "Colorado" an a'venture story Charlie Logan wants to expresshis I
to all personnel Monday through Saturday, J full of brawling act n. thanks to all the men for the
17002130. League games have priority.NATTC "H.: Allen Smith tiled by a sympathy they showed during his
LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. critic who described him as a wife's illness. Charlie, who said I
travel writer \ ho had never been she is much better now, mentioned
Open Monaay, !'ue day, rursday and Friday 1300 to
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun anywhere, aped on his desert especially Wolfe and Warner who .
day, 1230 to 2100. donkey and hied himself to the generously donated their blood. HEADS AMI TAILS of the
pla 3 of his ')irth;Egypt, Illinois Hope the Mrs. will be back in new Ben Franklin half-dollar to
The result of his travels is top shape soon, Charlie! I be issued soon. Except for a few
"Lo, the Former Egyptian" designed The top honors for the highest special issues the Ben Franklin
for reading and laughing averages in their class this week I coin is the first new design in
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker .
go to E. N. Cyrway and E. H 50-cent pieces since 1916. The
Physical Training Department, Bldg. 515. I think that I shall never rave Sengstacken of AF 19. These men I date 1918 will appear in the
About another Navy WAVE. maintained consistently high space marked "XXXX." Franklin -
TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical A WAVE whose apptite's no fake,
marks for the eight-week period will be the fifth American
Training Bldg. 513. Who ordered caviar and steak I and are to be congratulated.While honored with a full coin issue
.. A WAVE who with me looks at walking past Layout the and the first so honored who
I
stars other day, I ran into the runner- was not an ex-president.
Then turns her head for silver
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I bars. 4 .. ,
Indoor Pool. through I __u_ ___ __ u __ __ ___ .
SWIMMING- Dally, Monday

Friday-1800 to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; d 4P 51M

Sunday,-1300 to 2100.
I !

BINGO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's C4
Service In Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Spon '

bored merv. by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds for the Nur / ;

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TRUE LOVE "Mama, I fell in a mud puddle' J.

The wonderful love of a beautiful "Oh my, with your new trous- f.;, .
maid. ers on?"

And the love of a baby, unafraid, "It happened so fast I didn't
The love of a staunch, true man, have time to tak" them off" '1.k R
Have existed since time began.
Hut the greatest love-the love Flight Officer: "What In the last Rr f
of loves, word in airplanes?" a a
Even greater than that of a AMM2c: "JUMP".
mother
L* the tender, passionate, Infinite CO: "What do you want out w R 4a.
love I of the Navy"
Of one drunken bum for another. Sic: "Me!" R

.
Wife: "I had to marry you to A leave IH a short duration of
find out how stupid; you were." recreation, preceded by a long
Hubby: "You should have known period of anticipation and followed VICE ADMIRAL Forrest P.
fSiat when I asked you." by a suitable period of recup Sherman, Navy top-level stra-
eration. tegist, has recently been ordered -
-Sailor's epitaph: Do right and to take command of the Med-
for no man; don't write and fear Adam might not have had a iterranean Fleet, relieving Vice
to woman. I funnybone but he had a lot of fun Admiral B. H. Bieri. Admiral
with a spare rib. Sherman's command will include
Gal: "Have you ever awakened the large contingent of Marines
with a jerk?" I The chief claims he's a self- recently sent to duty aboard
Friend: "Heavens no! I'm not made man." warships in the Mediterraneanarea.
even married" I "Really, what interrupted him?" JI
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TEA TIED FOR LEAGUE Claude Thornhill And



LEAD WITH HELLCATSTEA 2rTCen Bond AI NATTC

keeping pace with the powerful TAF Hellcats, victimized Ploy

. the Bearcats by a 31 to 26 count the past week in

intramural play, as the Adders won their first game of the I

season from the Wildcats by a 32 to 30 count, and the Bull- Dance 15 February

dogs won from the hapless Bearcats by a 46 to 33 score. It

was the third defeat for the Bulldogs, while the Adders'
Brings 17 Piece Ork Here

p For Valentine's Dance
Even Chaplain's have their Day

i troubles as attest to Chaplain A.
q. I. I Rated as one of the finest! names
C. Boyer. Besides being a Chap I .JI1XNIlVY rr.EiI
A : the current
among generation of
,. a lain, incidentally, the only one bandleaders
aboard NATTC at the present Claude Thornhill ).

time, he has under his wing, such back in circulation fronting a new
bigger and better band than ever
titles March
as of Dimes repre- Ii
before. Thornhill
sentative; head of Navy Relief at will appear at
the NATTC
Auditorium
for a Valentine's
NATTC; and Public Information I h
Officer, in charge of the Jax Air Day Dance on Sunday
I 15:
1948.
February
Tak News. Latest problem was the
transferring of one of the two He's an ex-Navy veteian, who,
men on his NATTC Jax Air News' \ after forming a great band in
staff to the Separation Center, 6 1940 enlisted in the Navy as an

namely L. D. Mondscheln. And El y apprentice seaman in October of
Padre is having trouble finding a 1942 and fronted the famous
r 6c replacement. Mondschein has been "Rangers," a bunch of professional

S with us only a little over three h musicians, now in uniform, as they
months, and we're truly sorry to toured all over U: Pacific, play.

: see him get discharged. And to ing every island from New Gui

top it off, he lives in Seattle, in I nea to Okinawa. Claude retired
S. all that cold, cold weather!! after 32 months overseas as a

xY It's finally happened. Albert L. Chief Musician, with personal
F Simpson, PhoM3, of the Mainside commendations from both Secretary -
55) 55H5 Photo Lab has finally returned Forrestal and Admiral Nlra-

from his annual jaunt to Pensa- itz

cola. This time he was at the In his orchestra, Thornhill has

Camera school in Pensie studying .b l h z a setup that includes six reeds,

Cinematopgraphy to us peons eight brass and four rhythm,
a that means studying how to take paced, of course, by his Otalk-
motion pictures. Last year he was ative piano. Most unusual thingin
1 studying Camera Repair at the the band is the fact that in the

"West Point 6f the Air"; the year eight brass, there are two French

before that it was we forget Horns. The horns, which are usually
right now, but you can bet he identified with Symphonic;
found some excuse to get over Orchestras, are used successfullyto
there. There MUST be some at blend with the colorful arrangements
..
traction besides cameras, and of the leader. Two

1 more cameras. vocalists, lovely Fran Warren and
This column has been askedto : handsome Gene Williams round

) I notify all hands, that, when you out the group.
walk into the MAA Shack in
-' Thornhill plays the piano with
record is now one and one and the high for the game. The >v.....---' Bldg. 500, not to be scared even ease, 1 is fingers gliding smoothlyover
Bulldogs la two wins, one loss. I Peterson sank 10 points for second I one iota, if it sounds like a rag- SHOWN ABOVE is D. R. the ivories, belying the diffi-
) The Wildcats also have a one win, high, while Adder guard, Beaver, ing lion or a gruff old bear is "Doc" Johnson, AEM3: as he is culty of the arrangements. Claude

one loss record. I made nine to help his team's cause nearby It's only George caught getting set for a shot! personally: does a lot of his own
'\, The Tiger-Bearcat game was along. Waibel. Rumor has it that Georgeis last year when he was a mem- arranging, even going as far as
close all the way, with the score TOB-TOA's Bulldogs won a 46 thinking of changing his rate ber of the NATAC Air Raiders to compose his theme song avery
knotted at 16 to 16 at the half- I to 33 game from the Bearcats go- to ABM1' instead of his present This year he's one of the out- beautiful melody called

way mark. The Bearcats lost the ing away Tuesday evening. It BM1. It's still in the rumor stage standing Jax-Navy Fliers. Docis "Snowfall" featuring himself at

game on free throws, sinking only looked as if the Bearcats were as yet, so don't quote me. from Huron, South Dakota. the piano..
two along with 12 baskets as com- going to upset the Bulldogs, lead- Sincerely, it's a pleasure to see
Claude Thornhill was born in
pared to the Tigers' seven charity I ing 22 to 17 at halftime, but the Al Sinibaldi back on the station and each fellow that went through I
the idea. Terre Haute, Indiana, 4id com-
the chow line, soon got
tosses and 12 baskets. Thompsonof Bulldogs came back strong in the after a long absence. He was up I
the menced the study c. music at the
TEA was top scorer for the j I third quarter, held the Bearcats at Bethesda, Maryland Naval Hospital The "magic" words uttered by I .
I like age of fou By the time he was
. content, hitting the netting for 15: to two points while they made with eye trouble. Bad luck Mess Cooks went something I
six, he was considered a prodigy
the ,
points. Teammate Cizauskas made I eight and led 25 to 24 at the three- stayed right with him, too, as he this-"Put some gedus in can
there, or else no bread, butter or I having given his first recital at
11 for second place. Chadwick quarter mark. F. I. Brown made broke his right hand up there.
that time. Continuing his musical
both
with nine, Whittle with eight and 15: points for TOB-TOA to lead The trip wasn't all bad however, salad. The response was terrifying -
Two studies, he enrolled at the famous
Kalnlck with seven were high men |II the pack in individual scoring, reports Perkins, AI's Chief Aide, and electrifying. days :
turnedin Conservatory of Music at Cincin-
tor the Bearcats.The I with Duke LaHullier far back as Al discovered a classy little later, nearly $100.00 was I
March of nati, Ohio to study concert piano.He .
'I to Chaplain Boyer,
Adders barely eked by the with nine. Chadwick made 11 for welterweight up at Bethesda.The .
left the Conservatory to playin
Wildcats in their 32 to 30 con- I the Bearcats followed by Whittle newest innovation over at Dimes Representaive.
I S. U a dance band featured in a
quest. The contest was very close with eight. the NATTC Galley and probably I
speak-easy in the Mid-West. His
all the way, although the Adders Intramural Basketball League Chief Pearce's brainstorm we i
Six Teams Enter parents caught with him, and
lead most of the time, once by Standings. might add, a good one toowasthe put a stop to this up, so he enrolleda
as much as seven points. Score Team Won Lost Fat placing of cans on the Mess I
the Curtis Institute of Music,
at halftime was 16 to 13 for the Hellcats 2 0 1000 tables for the benefit of the Marchof Enlisted
NATTC where his arranging talent came
Adders. The game ended with the Tigers 2 0 1.000 Dimes. A couple of Mess Cooks into prominence.After .
Wildcats desperately trying to get Bulldogs 2 1 .666 had their instructions down pat,
I graduating, he joined Aus-
p the ball, as the Adders successfully Adders 1 1 .:>00I
Leagueof tinVylie's orchestra and there
froze it. Charlie Walker, of I Wildcats 1 1 .500 I Bowling
became a lasting buddy of Artie
the Adders, with 11 points, was Bearcats 0 3 .000
---- of six team captains, whose II Shaw. He left Wylie to become arranger -
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\1\ Person teams are entered in the NATTC for Hal Kemp, then trans-
NATTC Pistol Team NATTC Bingo JackpotNow Intramural Bowling Tournament I ferred to Benny Goodman, Bing
15 February 1948 attended a meeting Tuesday after- Crosby and others. He formed his

Places Third In Totals S250.00Well NATTC Auditorium noon, to decide the rules and regulations I I own band in January 1940, and debuted -
for the starting of the i at the Hotel Pennsylvaniain

time does doesn't it? League.Six New York.Thornhill .
Match At Jax RangeA pass det"Gl"pbi" I'
And here it is, another Thursdayhas c\G" teams are entered, TOB, is rated as one of the

NATTC Pistol Team com- rolled around, and with it, the TEB, TOA, TEA, TLT and TAF. best piano players .n the business,

posed of M. K. Bell, ACOM; H. G. chance to make some good, sound, Each team will be allowed five I and in a recent poll, conducted by

Morris, ACOM; B. F. Preston, legal tender, by simply having a men with two alternates for each I Down Beat, the musician's maga-
zine, he and his orchestra rated
little fun. of Enlistedmen's
AOM1; and F. F. Dedrick, AFC1, I evening Bowling.
walked away with all the medalsin Now here's your instructions. and his\ bowling will take place each fifth best in the- nation, behind
I such greats as Stan Kenton Duke
,
their class in the recent Flori- Simply take the nearest iris piano Tuesday and Thursday evenings
da West! Coast League Pistol bus, or vehicle to SideWalk'1 On Tuesday's, starting time is I Ellington, Lione Hampton and

Matches, which were held at the Service; amble past the 1830, with the usual 15 minutes Dizzy GiUespie.
He married Helen Heller in the
Duval Pistol Range, Jacksonville, counter to Snug Harbor; park forfeit rule on and on Thursdays, *
middle of 194 that
Fla. your carcass and inform people starting time will be at 1900, or an figuring
after the Officer's in he hadn't had enough traveling
In all, the four man team cop around you that you would like immediately after covering over 70,000 miles
their finish. However,
to League
play some Bingo.
ped seven medals, before garner- and all over the Pacific with his Navy
ing third place in the overall team All there is to it, is getting the teams the bowling two on lanes alley's without five pin Band, he took his I_I lce on a small
match. All competition was in the little pieces of corn or beans on six only aheadof 13,000 mile jaunt throughout the
racks will start 30 minues
.22 caliber pistol class, with competitors the right numbers, whereupon you United Stttes.
competing from most! of yell BINGO!M! But then, we'll bet the other four alleys so as to I .

the Southeastern states. A team you already know that. time.finish approximately the same Many a man hat made a monkey .

from Tampa took first place in And if you're really lucky you This year, present on each eve- out of himself by reaching

team match competition.The may win the Jackpot, which is ning will be a Foul Line Judge, for_the._wrong limb."Didn't .
NATTC team, headed by now totaling $250.00, and just and it was cautioned at the meet- ---

Chief Bell, was entering for com- I waiting for someone to take it ing that his rulings will be strictly -
petitive practice in preparation<< for I home. Then, of course, there's the adherred to.

the coming National Mid-Winter blackout card, which could be Three other points were agreed

Pistol Matches in Tampa, sched- worth $25.00 to you if you win, upon affecting the bowlers. If a
uled for the second or third weekof and also a free Nursery Card, good Division does not have a full team
March. for one month's use. present the opposing team's low-
.
I est bowler in each game will have

Lady at hotel: "Is this the man- "Sailor," said the gal, "either his score given to the shorthanded r 0

ager? There's a rat in my room." take your arm from around my team, thereby evening things ro Y
Manager "Make him come and waist or keep it still. I'm no uke- up. This was voted on instead of
register immediately." lele." I the "Blind" bowling rule which

last year gave 125 pins per gameto
S2c: "Are ;you fond of nuts?" Marine: "Don't you think I'm the shorthanded team for each

WAVE: "Is this a proposal?" conceited?" s member not present. Ship's Com-

Girl: "Why d, you ask '" pany and Students may both par- .

Johnny hopes to make the news, Marine: "Well, most guys as
lie wants to fill his father's shoes. good looking as I am usually visona.!

Mary hopes to do much .better are." the League will not go towards

She wants to fill her mother's ST. VALENTINE'S the weekly $3.00 prize offered by r
s\\eater. She was a hula dancer he wa Welfare, it was voted on

I a guy from the fleet. DAY DANCE Alleys for team practice can
('fOX: 'Dura jmir girl smoke?" He forgot the sugar he left at be reserved by seeing one of the yon forget something

IlM'Jc: "No, she l0tmi't' even get home when she shook I er shredded two attendants previous to the I this morning?."
liot." wheat. time you wish to bowl. I


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_ DETERMINED KEGLERS I CAUGHT IN THE ACT Il'

A&R Leads In .

I

National ; 3 bfl tt
t

Tied For A. L. r .4


[tntra-murul cage play mov- \,
ed into high gear last week at $ t

Mjunside with some thrill-

parked encounters being played. -

To top off the week's play,

,, a crack A&Il quintet downed
a fighting AdministrationAnnex
1 1si
five Tuesday morning,

r !)6to: take undisputed possession t

of first place in the

National League.Over .
I I Ii in the American circuit.
VA A Tt: NO. 6, Flag Unit, and
Operations are deadlocked for the
top slot with two and three wins >V
to their credit. ATU 6 was slated w
to meet Supply yesterday morningand
..____ ______ ____ ___ ________ ____ Operations and Flag Unit
TWO OF THE OUTSTANDING keglers in the Officers and were scheduled to tangle in an afternoon :
Enlisted Men a Bowling loops are shown as they are ab ut to send fray.
the ball spinning down toe waxed nardwoods during one or their A&ll Win! Handily i
league games. Comdr Joseph E Dodson VAS Assembly and Re- I Two undefeated fives clashed
pair Officer, left, and Chief D. L. Goan of the Mainside Dispensary Tuesday when the A&R quintet
right, have been two of the most consistent keglers in their tangled with the ever-dangerous h
respective circuits since the league got under way. .The league has I Administration Annex. The A&R
plenty of enthusiastic backers and a tight race for the top spot I outfit started pumping: the spherein ,

is expected in both leagues__ ___m______ __ ___ from out on the court and helda S
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commanding 25-13 I lead at halftime -

Jax-Navy Grapplers Place 2nd. Buck Buntin and John Booth
paced the winners to their decisive -
win by garnering 15 and
I
in NATAC Wrestling TournamentA 13 points respectively. Big gun Ea + r
for the "Yeomen" 'vas' Frank Re-
trivi with 10 markers to his credit
surprising NATTY Memphis mat team upset the dope Last Friday Operations, VA

bucket last week-end and copped the Naval Air Training ATU No. 5, Flag Unit, and Supply

Athletic Conference Wrestling Championships over favored picked up wins over NARTU, Ma-
NAS Jax and Pensacola Pre-Flight. The matches were stagedat rines, VM Unit, and the CPO

Pensacola, and three members of the Hellcat mat squad Club. Buddy Wolls w-vs high for
Operations in their win over JIKHK JS ONE KKASON why officials are being raked- over
won championships in their respective weight divisions. I NARTU, 29-23, collecting 11 the coals this season for too much whistle tooting. Jerry Wharton

NAS Jax, with 16 points, was a points. Tommy Sheridan paced ((6>, Pensacola Pre-FUght forward.is a classic example of what not I
close second to Memphis which earned the right to participate in ATU 5 to its 29.14 win over VM do .if you don't want a foul chalked up against you. Tommy KHganff -
won the trophy with 21. Pensacola the coming All-Navy Wrestling by potting five buckets for ten star Jax-Navy Flier forward, was about to lay up a crip .
Pre-Flight was third with 13, Cor- Championships to be held m tallies Charlie Fernau was too shot when Wharton fouled him so Kilgartff turned around and ,.
pus Christi fourth with 8 tallies Brooklyn soon Lt. Paul King, I much for the Marines to handl dumped in two charity tosses given him by the refs Bill Gibbs, 6, S I'I'to
and Pensacola NATB placed fifth Jax mat mentor, is now trainingthe last Friday throwing in eight local guard, is in background to the left of Kllgarlff.. and Al I
with three. two winners, Melvin Kleinmanand two-pointers and four charity ;! Henningsen, Flier pivot man is partially obscured by Kilgariff. The ( ,
Kit-in man, Senic Win J. R. Senic, for the championship I tosses for 20 points to I lead Flag locals won easily over the Pre-JClight lads last Friday and Saturday \
Two local grapplers won first bouts. A third member of the ,'I, Unit to a 40-26 win over the leath- 80-49. and 7361.Station f ".
place in their weight divisions and squad, D C. Rusk, will also make ernecks Chuck Klahr led the scor- -- -- -------------- -- -
the trip because of his tine show- ;. ing parade for Supply by picking .
--- --- --- ing in the NATAC meet. up 15 markers as the Supply ladsbumped Linksmen Down Crack

off the Chiefs' Club, 52-

WAVES CAGE SQUAD j 13.5-pound Mel\in Kleinman wrestler, ;from;-.erappin'NAS 37. Naval 1I0"l'lIal.in'. I Golfers Of St. Augustine ClubSome

I
Bill Kellams spearheaded the
<
WINS TWO DROPS .Ia grappler,. v\a.s of tabbed thl'iaal as the Air top Naval Hospital t a 40-27 win over of the leading golfers of NAS Jax were membersof

Training Athletic Conference VA ATU No.1 last Thursdaywhen the Jax-Navy golf team which downed a crack set (of
Wrestling I i Championshipsstajjeil he dumped in nine: baskets linksmen from St. Augustine at the St. Augustine Links

ONE IN PAST WEEKAfter last. mains I-'riilay( at Pensacola.Kleinman. for 18 helped points.Communications Al Jacobs' 10 markers upset: Country Club last Sunday, 17-13. The match play provided
ay of toe Flier
mat .quad, star given the honor IATU Thursday, 21-19 in a well- j i many interesting highlights, and a return engagement with
winning thee in a row. by coache and newsmen .attending played tilt on the Mainside hard- I the St. Augustine group is being planned to be staged soon on
the NAS WAVES basketball sex- the event. This Is the wood. Hitting six long shots in a the local fairways.
tette hit a snag and dropped one lew, Al Long helped his Yard Department I'
second' consecutive that I
to the NAS Civilian Girls lat year squad hold a surprisedA&R I' In a special blind bogey contest
Kleinman copped the NATAC' held at the climax of the match, Scott EMlc, 78; Chief G. Robertson ,
to 23-23:
Thursday night in the Jackson-I quintet a tie at
130-pound( diadem 75; Ens. Sal Lococo, 86; Lt. I
Lt. William Herider, Lt. ville Girls League. They bounCt"d'back halftime, but then the: Assemblyand
---- Herider
William 82 Ens. GeorgeAyres
;
and Ens. Sal Lococo
were
into the win column with two Repair men came back in the Grego,
I Kteinman polished off T M. Mc- each awarded six golf balls for 73: Lt. Art Graham, 87;
decisive win over the Pensacola final half to roll into a 46-31 win.
Lt. A. Whistler 86 R. J:. ,
Donough of Pensacola Pre-Flight Administration Annex being declared the winners. In order ; phit'f
WAVES on Friday and Saturday. i I in two minutes and 20 seconds Playing at Lee High School, i the class season by Lt. Ralph Brown, 87; Bill Qikoi.
I 136-pound Senic came dropping Ordnance and to equal 74, minus his handicap.
Thursday, the WAVES suffered I with I Gunnery, AM2c 87; Chief G W. Etter 9r:
i through his win by dropping 39-19, with Frank Retrivl Kapac-z: Jvv For Match ; ..-
pulling .
their first loss of the season, Lt. Bartena 87 Chief
Charley ,
R. S. Oboso of Memphis in a 23-1 ; .
in 12 Lt. I jg) Ed Rapacz, who has ..
points. /
bowing to the NAS Civilian Gir': point decision battle in the 123- Pete Gushanas, 89; and Bill Piva.
of the best
--- a.- been turning in some
22-15. The Civilian Girls, led by 02.
pound group. Rusk was defeatedby : At one time, prize fighting was golf seen on the local course, was
Louise Bragwith nine markers, I. V. Renner of Corpus Christi, prohibited In IIa\ana under a decree also awarded a half dozen golf Jack Harvey golf pro, is also "'
and sportingBorne of the finest being pinned to the deck after seven by the- mayorlio dalntl',11 balls for walking off with low trying to slate matches with
talent in the City League, gained
minutes and 13 seconds of fur- Gainesville and several other
country -
the shot
brutal and for the a
!sport( \vas dangerous. score day. Rapacz
the
revenge after losing to ious grappling, although he was blistering 72 to lead the other 39 club outfits in this area:
WAVES earlier in the: season by .
quite a match for his opponent in scoring. --
it top-heavy score. "Skipper" Edge I and the outcome was in doubt I I
older Jax include
Greyhound racing Is! than Scores of other golfers -
six was points.In high scorer. for the losers with I I until the fatal hold. Rusk is a j l horse racing by at least", a thousand! Chief Joe MacDonald, 74 : Bowling Leagues
147-pounder. I Years Lt. (jg) Tony Grego, 75: Ervm
the preliminary tilt to the I
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Into Action
Filer-PenMcola Pre-Flight game I COACH TELLS 'EM HOW Swing
Friday night, the WAVES toppledthe I ..h..n______ .. : ..u __ '
r >
Pensacola WAVES by a score : After Holiday Lull
of 26-12. The Jax girls started
fast and at intermission had gained bang and clatter of bowling -
a 13-6 margin. The whole Jax balls colliding with bowling
I
lineup played during the secon half and proved too much for Pen- this week as both the officers' and
sacola. Laddie Vladeff copped th,' the enlisted men's leagues resumed I
scoring honors' of the evening with play after a long Holiday layoff.

11 points. A new team, Communication,
< .
When the NAS WAVES won entered competition In the enlisted I
II
again' Saturday night it marked league this round and after the "-
their eighth straight victory in th.'i I first week of play, led the whole j
last three years over the luckless field of 11 teams with a total of I
Pensacola girls. Coach "Skipper" I l.'l): points. Close behind them were i!
Edge experimented with a new' the CPO keglers wth 11 points, 1
lineup using three new forwards I .., and three other teams, A&R, Dispensary
Boots Hardin, Ruth LaVere, and rJ ; and Supply, with eight, 5'
Fran Free and at halftime the i i six and six respectively to give the
visitors were leading by several I I leaders a battle for first place. .
buckets. But the first team cam 1
In the officers' league, A&R returned ,
back in at the beginning of the : to the alleys to set the pace 'J'
final half and had gained the lead" for the rest of the field. After '
before the end of the third quay i the first week of play, they compiled ,1
ter. Butch Glover tallied sever I I a total of six points, one .
point to pace the winnr'rs. Eri(k. more than their cloavst competitor \I
son played fine ball for the losers ATir No. 4. which amassed five I
registering ten markers points. .

The WAVES will play three One of the interesting- featuresof
games this week, one in the city'I ; the league this round is the
league when they tangle with + di l'r' i fact that the Hospital Nurses have
King Edwards. For the other two I .. 4e. 4 I entered a team. Currently In sixth
they will journey to Pensacolaover '! I -'.; ow-J.\ ji\ s- straight-; fiom;;;; the' Khoulrler.! :' says: < ,)ach Al SinabaMi; ;' to his ring;';' prospects < : place, the Nurse are said to be .
the week-end for a return I as they prepare for their coming boxing match with a crack team from Pensaeola. The mitt- pretty fair bowlers and are liable a (-'
engagement with the PensacoU men from NAS and NATTC are fighting together under Jax- ltvy colors for the first time this year. to give the leaders some trouble ( ,
WAVES. I Getting their instructions from Smabaldi are left to right, C'laton Patterson, lightheavy, Lewi.iJsiah. before the season la over.
Jim hrav\ .
middleweight Regnola : weight. UIOqH'lOdhuod. featherweight, Mike Hernandez
The lure Lou Grhrj ones kit iicjhiweight; Cob Perkins middleweight and Eddie Def'yrc welter Missing when the picture was A Littlf Rock ballplayer belt it
Iai/r f')"r"14t&Ve home nu' .N out taken were Richard (''13C no. flyweight. Aaron Garcia, featherweight. and Richard Beck, ban- out nm straight/ hits in one yarn'{ ,
our f mw-':. hr Ths mat -he* will b* staged
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