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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1948
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Vol 5-No. 42 29 January 1948



Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval DistrictU.

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.- S, NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

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Moving Of NATTCTo MemphisWill '





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"NEW, .. LOOK". ... .. Nearly All Schools Will
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Cease Instruction On 13thAfter


months of planning, the consolidation of the

\. \ Naval Air Technical Training Center here with NATTC

Memphis, Tenn., for combined operations has finally been

ordered, it was announced early this week by Captain Jules

F Schumacher, NATTC Commanding Officer.
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The mammoth move. Involving
more than 2,500 NATTC personnel -
,. COMDR. WINGARDORDERED I and thousands of tons of material .
e and equipment, is scheduled .
I to get underway on 16 Feb
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TO DUTY ruary. All schools at NATTC are
included in the move and prepar-

ations for the largt>-scale under
AT POINT
'II1K NAKTt IIANGAK, following this year's fashion trend is also sporting a "Npw Look The QUONSET taking will begin immediately following
center of activity here on week-ends has been dressed up with brilliant orange and blue letters and a new the "cease instruction" order
sign in preparation for the annual military inspection by the Chief or Naval Air Reserve Training on
ti0a on 13 February. Only exceptions
16 17. and 18 February.
__ to the general halt order will
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t be the Aviation Fundamentals and
Aviation Ordnance Schools. These

Jax..Navy Boxers Hammer ,I are March.scheduled to follow on 15


According to present plans, the
schools being moved in Februarywill

Out Win Over Pensacola resume instruction a month
later at Itephis." AvFund and the:
(imlnance School will adhere to
Mainside's fistic followers the same schedule 30 days later.

were treated to one of the .Non-training Ship's Company
WAVES Mascot Reveals
DetailsOf personnel will stay on at NATTC r
most outstanding ring exhibitions -
.
!here as needed to assist in the deaitnation
yet witnessed at NAS of this activity, it was
Jax last Saturday night as Accident To Air NevIs Readers slated The final date of deacti-.

they watched a powerful Jax- vation/ however, has not been
15Y SCIIKNLKY set and will depend on existing
Navy outfit defeat a veteran I (A* told to Until LH>bon) tut umstancts.

Pensacola-Navy ring team, 5- I This is just a note of appreciation to all my friends and admirers Two schools which have been

3, at the Mainside Auditorium I who were so concerned about my recent mishap I'm getting along carrying on courses of instruction
I just fine now and basking in the attention I'm getting from all handsI
Nearly 1,400 fight fans C'omdrValt.t c Wingaid S<'\'- here will not be Included in the
don't blame the driver ot the scooter for the accident since It'
jammed their way into the I was probably my fault for being in the road, but I do wish he had enth Naval Dtsfrn land :Mara Air move Operational Flight Traln-
I Auditorium to watch thetarstudded stopped and offered his assistance. If he had told someone where I Advant Training (onmiand Pul eis will remaIn at their present
lu Information Oft "I. left earlv location at NAS. The Advanced.
affair. -- headed for, it might have assisted
/:; this week for Quonset Point R. r'. Aviation Storekeeper" School has
And it was a star-studded affair Bond Officers I the many searching parties of where he has been ordered tur duty been" disestablished
since the visitors had an All- i WAVES which were crawling under -
I the Staff Command.Car
on
all the barracks m the vicm- Every mode of transportation--
Navy finalists champion fighting and under two their All-Navy colors -'Meet' To BoostParticipation I ity looking for me and scouring I!iiier, Division Number SIX. Pending land, sea, and air-. will be utilized.A .
the of relief for '
I assignment a river barge is due here in the
| the entire station on bicycle, foot,
But the local outfit boasted ,
T and automobile. Comdr. Wingard, Lt. Comdr T. S, early part of February to assistin
stars for number I II
Just M many a '
Quillman, District Naval Reserve
the movement of materials. The i
GoldenGloves I Nobody could find me, so Fri-
of Its fighters copped I
diadems in Jacksonvilleand Plans for a co-ordinated drive day night about 2115 I finally I Public Information Officer, will assume barge will depart in March on its I'
were Naval Air Training Athletic Ito' boost participation in the Savings managed to drag myself to the the additional duties of head- course around the tip of Florid: !,
Conference champions. I Bond j gram within the back door of the WAVES bar-i:1 I ing Publnfo for Com-T and acton the Gulf of Mexico to New
'Seventh racks and NAA'tC.I Orleans" and then the Mississippi
All-Navy Clianio Win Naval District amongmilitary whimpered until "B. J. up -
Oivlo Valintin, a 116-pound and civilian personnel were heard me and opened the door j|I departure of Comdr. Win- River to Memphis. Rail,

scrapper from Lyons, France, and formulated at meeting of SavIngs and let me in. Rosie Devine was (Continued oa Page 3)e1 I freight and Navy van transportation
last vear's AU-Navy bantamweightchamp | Bond officers and departmental the M. A. A. on duty and she will also be used The ma-
walked off with a unanimous bond representatives here kept the phone lines busy notifying I I I jot ity of personnel will be transported .
decision over Richard CAS- 1, Monday. the Station O. O. D and 3L : by air. Those owning car

ciano of Jax In the first bout of Pointing to the district's standing everybody interested that I had will normally be permitted t.) r'
the evening. Valintin walloped I among other naval activitiesin returned. I ; says I drive. Men whose: families are k,NASI i

Cas tano with several stiff rights the country, Lt. (jg> Herold Phil Poole, in accordance with cated here wiU, in general, b-tuinications
Continued on Pare Z I' A. Lundbiom, Staff Bond Officer, the Dispensary's instructions, I "Wh..n you drive your oar, mitted to accompany the!'
recommended a continuous canvas mixed me a concoction of raw : are you St'KKUINU to your ,: I II lies and leave will be r .
milk and whiskey (I wonContinued I own funeral l 7" tweenDle.atauona
COMING HERE < of personnel as the only sure egg I j '"-'Vang lady named
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means of raising the percentageof -- --- -
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participation by naval personnel 5<1 to play stud for ap-
and civilian employees in the
allotment and payroll savings Bob Chesle]r IInd His Orc opponent's straight flush.
He those
plans. urged attendingto sought a maidenly blush
redouble their efforts duringthe .., find' \ma quick Journey home In a

conducted promotional by the campaign Treasury being Department Will PiaYou've F or wenC.. E barrel

heard him on the radio ,..AS) : W.Accounting. -
S2c (in barber chair): Cut all
The group pledged wholeheartedly You've listened to his records. Now I
I II
jJ3 of the and dance to him Yes Bob hester' rphy, Executive three short.
support program I Dept.I Barber Which throe?
I Inspection j :
;, discussed other methods of bring- Is coming to Mal slde! y
A Townes, Jr, ATU I S'JchUkerit, hair, and chat-
ing the desirability of regular | Famous from coast to ,coast the '
,..AS I' W S. Johnson, P.I
saving through Savings Bonds to Chester Band has played at such,, ler.N _
vt the attention of personnel. | outstanding night spots as the Hotel
Attending the session, which Astor, Essex Hose. New Yorker Man
Power
e was held In the Conference Room and the Pennsylvania Hotel in New Jon4, s1
(Continual oil 1'agn 3) York, the Hotel Sherman in Chicago -
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the Book-Cadillac Hotel in
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I Chase Hotel in / ;
. Pittsburgh ', .* f fo yti 7
J'ii"iTY takes'.over as Maria : FASHION SHOW i I Louis, and the Terrace 1 'J Im ..'',,. U-Ui

perches on Sir Toby Belch' TO BE FKATUICKI;(D j Newark New Jersey. fit _;JI I; e .
,
knee in a scene from the Barter ( long engagements s'' I aQa
Theatre production ofakespeare's A special millinery and fashIon -, ley's famed I ?, J Jot

... comedy "Twelfthght" show sponsored by Cohen big Meaf1'' ,
-'- .., which will be presented Brothers will highlight the regu- Grove New -&. /v- /
under joint NAS-NATTC spon- lar monthly luncheon meeting of time thea-
aorshlp next Wednesday night the Officers' Wives Club on Wednesday ParamCh
. .. .at 2000 On Monday, the troupe I 4 February, at !.'lOt) at the d r W..,_(,3' f t"I,
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will present the current Broad- 0" Club There will lie no extra ;- j' ".
comedy hit, "John Loves ; charge for the show, it was c..r.- {.:r \,., f)",\'!':"" "\. ,1{, :.""'"

Miry", Both plays will be present :i announced by club officials. ,IFReservatlons Jt ..,1" J t J t tr
*'.! in the NAT/TO Auditorium I for the ai/'J ""..e. &.v;J ,

Admission M free for all should be made not.l l.t'' !r the-'
service personnel dependent, i' Tuesday, :3 Kebry'I
., and bon a fide guest I the "0" Club df
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Commercicil Bulletin I


bulletins will be accepted until space has been filled, but not late(

than 1000 Tuesday. Ext. 8230. _

FOR SALE Stork-line high chair, end-panel crib. ..AJ
collapsible play pen with large rub
Good condition radio
1939 Plymouth. ;
training chair btarck.ext. .
ber casters
y and heater. Phone 8-1114. Mrs. Hoj 2-0379.
1946 Dodge; custom club coupe, J210C 8151 or phone
T and bedroom
ashv.t wi. Breakfast set, living room
1946 deluxe club
Plymouth coup
$1700.: :, Phone 3- Mrs. C, H[: furniture. May be seen NAS.after 1630 call
at 1443A Child St.. or
Smith.
y 1947 model 18 ft. house trailer. Excellent Farmer, etx. 8106. Greer Trailer
,
Folding baby carriage
8c condition Guthrie, VA No.
4. Hangar: 114 ext. 711 or see at 1, Dewey 1234B Park.Hancock St. NAS.
way,
4020D Park Annex
Dewey
cheap. Cona-
,
traveling Iron
1946 26 ft. Universal trailer Fold-up
model
size 14. $70
e Black skunk fur (coat
Two-bottle Butane stove circulating
cash. Henner, 1211A Hancock St..
heater fluorescent lights two new

a 700x16 six ply heavy duty tires. Two Blue NAS.topcoat, size 38. Ext. 674, Chief
and one-half rooms. Sleeps four. New
e ai hollywood bed. All In first class Hollywood Jaslelum. double bed and mattress
condUlon Can be seen at Davis bed and mattress $20;
$15, roll-away
I Trailer Camp across from Dewey; small chest of drawers $8. Phone
Park: Fussell. 2-5410, Mrs. Grace SchuU.
1937 Studebakor. Good transportation Mahogany; console table. Phil co 11-tube
,I 1948 tag. $ri cash. Phone 2-5039, radio and phonograph combination I
PSS' | Wells 1281 Cumberland Koad. dining room table. Very reasonable.
Six-room, asbestos shingle bungalow Phone 8-9341 or ext. 8151, MastroddU
with attached garage. Venetian Cocker spaniel six months old pedW
blinds automatic oil circulating heat- greed. Phone 2-4711, or see Mrs. Lap
P er and attic exhaust fan Included insale sek 4635: Colonial Ave.
110.000. 90% G.I. flnanclnjpossible. Halllcrafters Sky-range, model S 306
Conveniently located to Radio receiving equipment. For C,
busses, school, churches, and shopping W. telegraph and amplitude modu-
The Younger Set centers. 1527 Charon Road lated signals. Frequency range point
I Riverside Manor. Phone 8-2755: Faye: case. Suitable lor table operations or
NAVY YOUNGSTERS came in- after 1700.Fiveroom 55 megacycles. Mounted In steel '
pre-war stueco-on-concrete portable use. Call Miss Petersen .
P.. to their own last Saturday when block home. Barrel tHe root. Land- ext. 780 after 1500.
a special kiddie show was presented scaped corner lot with trees and Three-bedroom brick home on large lot.
II for them at Student Officer! shrubbery. Screened porch fireplace, All large rooms attached garage
tile bath and kitchen. Oil space kitchen' fully equipped. Bendlx washIng *
I Auditorium. The "small fry"turned heater and gas hot water heater. machine. Well landscaped. Com
I out in force for the launching Venetian blinds. Garage attached plete with weather stripping and
r tt of the new plan which will $3.750. can be FHA and &.I. financed: Venetian blinds. Phone 8-0314. Helms,
Phone 9-9513 F. B. Stone. 460 4564 Yerkes Street.
II mean a special showing each Saturday Blount Ave, Tlmuquana Manor. 1937 Ford deluxe. 83 h.p. engine, radio -
prior to the regular feature Three-bedroom house. FHA approved new tires, new paint Job. Phone
I priced to sell. Murray section 5-8287-R, Mrs. Champa, 1914 Redell
Mainside Movie. Left .1l1.
at the ( ])
I I. Phone 2-3023 or ext. 275, R Myers: Street
Forearmed with bags of popcorn Mediterranean bungalow. Five minutes Thayer baby buggy; very good cordltlon -

:, and candy, the youngsters show predated. almost like new. Phone 8-1287.
Road
uwa up for the movie. (Above) Sitting I tor stove Venetian blinds water Water-Witch Mrs. Klassy washing, 5103 Tlmuquana machine. OK

a I in rapt silence, they watch heater and circulating oil heater. noisy but turns out a good laundryJob.
z closely the antics of their favorite Owner's equity $2900: balance FHA, $23. Evans, ext. 488.
< I $44 per month 4653 TlmuquanaRoad. 1939 Pontiac convertible. New paint
v animated cartoon characters. Ext. 8156. IX Raddatz. and top good rubber. Lt. Dunklee,
I 1941 Lincoln four/toor sedan Paint, ext. 216.:
body, and motor In excellent I condi 1940 Ford. Good condition radio and
tion. Has radio Installed. New tires heater. Goes to highest; bidder in
and battery. $1,000 can be financed next three days. Phone 9-6452, bhlnn.
$ : JaxNavyContinued See Lt. Comdr. Dunn, ext. 456. Bldg.; 941 Phillip St.
135. Four complete rooms of furniture. 9x12
1933 Chevrolet two-door sedan. Completely wool axmlnster rug phonograph combination -
from rage 1 overhauled Good tires $200.Knowlton lamps, large and small pictures
Shop 754: A&R, or 1199 six assorted tables three-piece
to start the claret flowing from Cumberland Road. bedroom set twin beds with desk

: Casciano's nose early in the sec- 19-10! Lincoln Zephyr. Good looking, four dressing table hanging mirror,dt
ond round. new tires radio and heater mechanIcally chairs and table kitchen set, curtains
perfect Engine has been com- for all rooms three-piece o\ej
I In the second fight of the evening pletely overhauled; have bills to prove stuffed set. See In afternoon. J. R*

I George Hoodhood's devastating It. 5850 cash. Spratlln, VA No. :5, Belknap. 3722B Riley St., Dewey
I Hangar 114.PackardBell .
left Jabs were too much for A. C.. D. C.. and battery Three Park. rooms of furniture. Five-piece
Charley Bright of Pensacola to I portable radio, six months old $25. walnut bedroom suite five-piece
: cope with, and the young 123- Glllesple, 1214B Hancock St.. NAB dinette suite two-piece living loom
Coal circulating heater. Practically suite platform rocker. $35 monthly
pounder for the locals poundedout new. Phone 2-7568 Herrlngton. terms. Maple Shdt.I springs, and maw
a unanimous decision. Several Federal enlarger model :219. also equipment tress, $2i 1307 Cumberland
.. ..
- times during the second stanza $40. Phone 4-6212. E. K. Davis Road.
3195 Brentwood A\e 25 ft. Glider house trailer. Excellent
1 I s Hoodhood had Bright almost on Hand tooled leather wallets and wool condition. Phone 7-8316, Larson 2807

the deck, but the game Pensacolalad bedroom slippers. Both hand made College St.
Hospital stayed up until the final bell. to order. Very reasonable. Wally Small trailer unmovable. Large 12x9
O Kork:, ext. 781. additional room completely furnished
I! Mike Hernandez showed plentyof 1940! Lincoln. $800. Good condition Lt. except for bed and dishes. Inlaid
ring finesse in the third bout, ChatterThe staggering his opponent, Ralph 1939!) Dodge New tires, good shape. for cash or terms $350. ChJef Borders
See A H. Starling, ship's Service, or ext 315.
i Jacobs of Pensacola, many times 3820B Norman St. Dewey Park. Unused Ultback sofa bed $50t; of
over the three-round route to take Whitney Sleep-o-matlc' baby carriage. golf clubs. Walter Hagen stainless
Occupational Therapy De- : another unanimous decision of the Good condition. Phone 23508.Mrs: steel Irons with steel shafts, threeBuchart
Lewis, 4322 Woodmere St. woods, professional model
nominates F. Bo-
partment "eager By Robert C. Keller, CAPA i judges and throw the Fliers intoa 011 range with Insulated oven. Navy horsehide golf bag. value $100. Colt
chnik, CBM, as the weav- 2-1 lead over the Goslings. pea jacket size 38. child's shoo-fly clubs and bag will go to first $75.
lot of in the
er" of the week. The chief has changes are proc- rocker, man's r material hand G. A. Askew, Advanced Ordnance
been weaving for several months ess of becoming reality at the club i DeCore Beats Cho\an tailored silt, size 34. odd size Venetian School Bldg.,: 613 ext. 320. or at Empire :

beautiful from redecoration to more j In the best fight of the eve- blind 11 window shades.: All In State Trailer Park Orange Park.
several I
and has woven excellent condition. Phone 2-8764 Unusual opportunity' Four steelslatvenetian
rugs. Mrs. Bochnik seems quite nights a week of entertainment.But : ning, Eddie DeCore, 144-lb. scrap- Montaigne.; blinds In excellent condition.
with the of herhusband's any club can only be as good per from Jax-Navy, beat out a Two-burner hot plate. $15-: : large fibre Cream wuh white tapes. Fit 29*
happy products and outstanding as ALL the mem- unanimous decision over a game ruJt; $HI; dinette set. $15. Phone windows. Also two composition
work, and the Chief has 2-6972. aGtes. board blinds In good condition. All
learned so much about looms and bers will make it, and since we fistic hustler, Billy Chovan, 152, New two-tone table model radio $.15; for low price of $13.75. Phone ext.
have of the finest CPO Clubs Massilon Ohio. DeCore blonde bedroom suite double bed 4551
one frpm recovering 8184 or see at Blount Ave., Tlmu
the operation of them that he is coil
there is from coast to coast from a terrific opening springs Deep-Sleep Inner-spilng quana Manor. Greene.
just about ready to become a mattress vanity and vanity bench per board ft. 2x4
therapist.A it's your club why not makeit barrage by Chovan, fought his chest ot dr1er' fill four monthson L"2rrr'ptlce- McMlchal. 1511
the best ? If everyone would foe as a veteran of many yearsin stand fc1! J. wDexter.. 119B 1946 Ford super deluxe. Radio and
new floor,loom is just about old, $100.; baby play pen and swing Hamilton St.
get in there and pitch, it wouldn'ttake the ring and kept the Goslinglad
.. Housing Area, Cecil
Field, or VF1 heater white sidewall tires. 13000
for It is set
ready production. up long. Seems like I remember swaying on the ropes in the check crews. miles. Chief Henry ext. 322 Bldg.

la a pattern for a fancy rug, but something from the past of the last round. 545, NATTC

thi pattern has no name. SO, we same tune: "United we stand Allen Wilson, an All-Navy fin- Initial frame. ]ron RENT'

are going to let you weavers name divided we fall." Are YOU with alist last copped a TKO Carl Passman, 156, of Pensacola Room with private bath and twin beds.

the rug pattern. What will it be ? usVe wonder when no one ever from Leonard year Johns, of JaxNavyin knotted the score of three-all in Phone tral. :2-OyJl, Mis. Zolezel, 4U; >0 As

The photographic laboratorynow shows up for the General Assembly the next bout as he dropped the next fight as he banged outa loom[ In private home next to bath -4 '

has running water. It won'tbe meetings where everyone has the Wilson to the deck three times unanimous decision over Bob phone and kitchen privileges, near ,
too before Perkins of Jax. Passman bus line and NAS. Reasonable Phone
days can
many you dropped
chance to voice his opinion. So before Referee John Piombo stop- 2-bl65, Townsend
begin to do your own developing, let's ALL and makeit Perkins for a count of nine in front
get together ped the massacre in 1:53: of the room, next- to bath. Kitchen
printing, and enlarging. I the club you would like to have.A I I the opening minutes of the first privileges or share bungalow with !
round and opened a cut on his left couple. Phone 7- V"oJO. Airs Shephard.
Are there any fishermen in the Tip of the Hatlo Chiefs' Hat:
Who will win Room with kitchen 4550
of "Iiflver> Boy". we
ttal? This isn't the closed To the CPO Bowling Team and eye in the second. Perkins came Crescent St., rraPrivfifJf.es.r i
I may never know, but at present it back strong in the final two Three bedrooms ,
with kitchen privilege
yn. fiehing nor is it Basketball Team; to "Papp" No-
seems to be a personal race between rounds to pick but 8-9091 after 1800. or 2-2106 during
up points
,
many
season on 'flytying', so lan who has 36 years in and three A. 1. members Woody not for couple. Phone 8-2770, Mrs. Jlous-
patients taking ad-I stopped in for a visit as he was Miller quite enough to outpoint the working,: hours. Cumming ham. '
H., Shan Lee and B. on heavier
Passman.
2601 Park
ton St.
opportunity to I passing through; to the manage- week-ends ashore. Of
course, our Two-room apartment. Young enlisted
Ing your own ment of the CPO Club "HardHead" Two Colored Lads Win Breazeale
boy Bowman is trying hard and leSt only. 2515 hers,. .
Davis and El Saba; to If With the score knotted at three- .
will be right in there. ( you
Vlll share Lakeshore bungalow. Fur
"Bandy" Prieskop, president of the doubt that just ask him!) all, Pat Patterson, 167-pound slugger nished. child welcome. Phone 2-3245.
of the CPO Mess (Closed) ; to the club's for Jax, won a TKO from Rhodes.
Robertson Tiny Schassar may not be a Room with kitchen and home privileges.
nup Board of Governors Joey rang of Pensacola in 1:32

resident: Wilson, vice-president; agreed"Brew he Master"is a "Master but believe of Brew"it is, of the second round. Patterson $15 three per miles week.from 5116 lJn: lone 8-1287.Road, .

ry App, secretary; Lehman, boxed cautiously in the first stanza Mrs. L. Johnson.
'urer, and Miller, Ahl, Guth- or do we have a challenger? Hel- but started whirling away Three-room apartment, partly furnished -
ene H. is now trying for "SchoolMom" Phone 4-3248 Mrs. Herring.
Richard- with and head
eely, Thomas, at body punches in the 627 Edison Ave.
rick; to CCS Barwick every morning ground opening minute of the second to WANTEDRide
4l school. B. Barham who is learn-
done in the mess. completely daze his opponent. The from College and King to Naval
'overy for Hazel ing to be a "Zoomie", doesn't seem referee stopped the fight as King Hospital. Working hours 0800 to

to get this flight program so well, slid through the ropes. 1630. Phone 7-4646. Bill Kelly.
Ride from 66th and Pearl to NAS.
washing out a light plane on the
CSK Wily Leading by a single tally, the Working hours ObOO to 1630. Dorothy

lass 18th.We Fliers sent Tommy Bevel climbing Hudson ext. 681.
And have come to the conclusionthat through the ropes for the final Ride from Norwood section to NAS. .
Working hours 0800 to 1630. Lcvrlett,
all "Baggers" (bless 'em all) bout of the evening against veteran ext. 681.

have log books to keep at home Jimmy Royal of Pensacola. 1939 or 1940 Chevrolet sedan. Kills. ,

e to the overload on the tele- Royal almost dropped his lighter Shop 1489. N&R.
Job Will care for child during al13'part
e lines going ashore from the opponent in the first minute of of week. Ext. 603 Feaster

Jrks and club during the I fist-action, but Bevel landed a hard Young girl or woman to care for !:*

I 1600 five days a week, no week-
ave phones installed send him reeling through the ends or nights; Care for in own homeor

(t ,, S or is that I I"V ropes. Bevel won the KO in 1:53::\ baby's home. Phone ext. 315 Mr,
Vl II I of the first frame. Daniel Borders.Job :
as nurse specializing; In infant care.
stl1 t good turnt I Although it was impossible to Phone 4-3248, Mrs Herring. >
( F i uv dance match Jim Regnola, Flier heavyweight tide from 654 Willow branch, eight

he will probably see action blocks from Edison to NAS. Working
time
hours 0600 to 1630. Fred McClellan,
to tomorrow night when the Fliers ext. 417.
visit Pensacola for a return match. Ride from Park to Post to NAS.
i Working hours 0800 to 1630. Miss
Johnson ext. 687
''My Jon Is specializing in lan- Ride from Spencer two blocks from
| Wlllowbranch and Edison to NAS.
e at college Working hours 0800 to 1630. Fat 687

1"a. Miss Clark.Unfurnished .
bill that said tour or five room apartment
kitchen equipped. No children,
0? for Spanish working/ couple. Mr. Kelly ext, 345
Bldg 611
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BY WEK-END WARRIORFrom Com. Tied In EML "

tickling the ivories
hot music, and to keep what he After a furious week of bowl-
eight to the bar during the I likes," the keyboard artist said. IngATU No.4 bounced the

:week to flying NARTU cor- "I'm like that, too and that's league-leading A&R keglers Into r
sairs on week-ends is the Je- second place In the Officers' Bowl

kyll-Hyde existence of Lt. Bob I ing League, and the CPO team
came up even with Communications -
Woodbury "Woody", as he in the Enlisted League to

is more popularly known, per- throw it into a two-way tie.

forms at the keyboard of a local I Communications' hold on first

night spot in the evenings, place was strengthened when it
but on Saturday and Sunday gained 4 ,points via forfeit by
ATU No. 1, but A&R, which is m 1
afternoons, when he dons his third place, upset the dope bucket -

uniform as a member of Ma- I by taking thre > out of four MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMShows
rine Reserve Fighter Squadron I games from the leaders. In the
i meantime, the Chiefs took three Start at 2000.
VMF-144 his
performances 44 THURSDAY AND FRIDAY"A
\ out of four points from A&R to
are limited to Navy overtake Communications. Other WOMAN'S VENGEANCE," with Charles Boyer. .

fighter planes. games in the league this week) SATURDAY
The boogie-woogie wizard thinks I were: ATU No. 4-4, VA No. 4-0 "BANDITS OF DARK CANYON," featuring Allan Lane.

that the most important way for I (forfeit); Supply-2, ATU No. 10 SUNDAY
a real hep-cat to help this country 1 -2; A&R-4, Photo Lab-0 (forfeit "PRINCE OF. THIEVES," starring Jon Hall.
these days is to sign up in the ) ; ATU No. 4-4, Photo Lahj- MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Reserves so that the nation can 0; Supply-3, Boathouse-1; Dispensary "INTRIGUE, with George Raft.

,. be assured of adequate defense in -4, ATU No. 10-0 (for- WEDNESDAY
r the event of another feit). "UPTURNED GLASS," featuring James Mason.

lIe confided, confidentially emergency.oft 'why week-end flying and training i In the officers' league, 7ND THURSDAY
a come first and boogie second. took all 4 points from the Hospital "MY WILD IRISH ROSE," starring Dennis Morgan.
'Without one, we might not be
Nurses but could only win one
other and I JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMMOVIES
able to have the an
game from ATU No. 4 in another
I'awful lot of other things which I I tilt last week. A&R took 4 points : \\kdays-17S0 and 2000; week-end*-1430 and 2000.
make life in America so pleas- : from the Executive Department THURSDAY

ant," he added. I via a forfeit, and Operations took "ROBIN HOOD OF TEXAS." with Gene Autry.
"There's more to it than the defense all 4 points in its match with FRIDAY
angle," the ivory banger con- Public Works. DANCE, Station Band. Starts at 2030.
tinued. "I like to fly, and so doa SATURDAYKIDDIE
Enlisted League Standings
lot of other guys. At NARTUall TEAM POINTS SHOW at 1330.-"THE BISCUIT EATER." Feature-
t the men are given a chance to Communications 18 "INTRIGUE," starring George Raft.SUNDAY .
I work on honest-to-goodness fightIng CPO Club 18

planes, something they do not A&R 16 "INTRIGUE," starring George Raft.MONDAY.
: have In most schools in Jackson- Supply Dispensary 14 11ATU

t ville and other places." No.. 4 6 "UPTURNED GLASS," featuring James Mason.
Recently, before the ban on Boathouse 2 TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY"MY
making records was established, ATU Photo No.Lab 1 OVA 0 WILD IRISH'ROSE," with Dennis Morgan.
r the popular pianist traveled to No. 4 00Officers' THURSDAY
4 r Richmond Va., to make a few VM "BANDITS OF DARK CANYON," starring Allan Lane.
discs. "I hope folks will like League Standings

them," he concluded, "but if you're TAM POINTS OTHER EVENTS
.. ATU No. 4 12
really interested in records ,and
Operations 10 BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
not the musical kind, just ask the
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AIRPLANE
SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, 12002400.(
course, that with him it's service I folks to look at the records being Public Works 7 Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays. open
flying first and the Steinway sec- compiled by the Naval and Marine 4
MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3
Nurses 1 Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
il ond."It's I Air Reserve as week-end warriors Executive Dept. 0 Fridays.

a natural thing for an That's something we all 4 PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930
American boy to like his fun his I can really be proud of." Thursdays.
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-- BOWLING--Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
I No 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 :o 2130.

WAVES Also Chalk Up ( from I'age 1) I BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
gard brings to a close his second Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
tour of duty at Jacksonville From

Four Wins In One WeekThe November, 1940, to September, 1500.MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
1942, he was attached to a seaplane the South wing of Building No. 955: is open! to NAS personnel and

NAS WAVES, under the tutelage of Chief "Pete" Gushanas, training squadron at NAS their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding recep-
bowled over four opponents last week, one in the Jacksonville Girls' I Jax. lie left to become assistantair tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho-
League and three service teams, to bring their season total to an officer of the escort carrier nograph available for use of all hands.
enviable ten wins to only one loss. Block Island which was then engaged LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Build-

Upping their percentage to .800 (4 wins and 1 loss) in town, the i: in anti-submarine warfare .ng No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
NAS girls trounced the King :Edward:: sextette to the tune of a 35-14 I I in the Atlantic. A year later, he from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
score. This win firmly entrenched - -- --- -- ---- I commanded Air Group 14 attached.. SWUI\IINO-Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1800
to the Wasp in the Pacific thea- to 2100. to 2100
Saturday-0900 Sunday-1300
I ; to 2100.
them in second place, right on the I
j WAVE'S Mascot ter. When the group returned to GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun
heels of the NAS Civilian Girls. the States in November, 1914, the I I day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
Laddie Vladeff led all scorers witha Continued front Page 1 commander was ordered to the 'trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

total of 16 markers for the eve- der where she got the last-men- I Langley as Executive Officer. In I I ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
I tioned article). Some stray sail- this capacity he saw action in the I :*rds and unifofm of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason:
ning.When the Jax-Navy Fliers flew ors who were in the group around first Tokyo raids and participatedin .

to Pensacola for a week-end dou- I my sick bed offered to drink the the Bonin and Okinawa opera- Field.TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
ble-header with Pensacola NATB, I mixture if didn't.. But how couldI tions. Later, the ship Joined the ing Building No. 726.

the WAVES went along and won I refuse it when all I had to do "Magfic Carpet" fleet to bring GI's AUClU'UY-Club, located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800
two more from the Pensacola I was open my mouth and the back from the European theater. to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
WAVES, 38-23 and 2511. The two : WAVES Just handed it to me? Comdr. Wingard assumed com- Everyone welcome.

week-end wins marked a total often 'I Right here and now I'd like to mand of the Langley in December, NUUSERY-Sponsorea by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101. ..
victories over the Pensacola I thank Lt. Comdr. Bliss for mak- 1945, serving as her skipper until Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2400; Saturday-0700 to
. ing it possible for my dieticianto early in 1946 when"he returnedto
. lassies 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
" Friday night, "Skip" Edge come and supervise the feeding Jacksonville to take up the duties for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
The Station OOD was also of Staff Publnfo Officer in and $11 for three or more children
wrenched her knee but managedto ; Daily (for working mothers)-SI
14 the very helpful, offering to send an I April. i from 0700 to 1800.
pour points through hoop I I ambulance for me, but it was decided -
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before leaving the to share
game
\ scoring honors with Laddie Vla I that I would rest that night I, urday nite to inquire how I was. W. Dept. (NAS) F. H.
Bond Officer ; Dooley,
and see the veterinarian the
go II III
They won both by the
I
j deff who also got 14. I II next morning. I games way. M-1 Div. (NAS); J. R. Aller Ma-
: Phil sent them a telegram to
I I When the WAVES won over j'I say Continued from I rine Barracks (NAS) ; W. E. Berg,
i I I That night, I was almost kill- I had come home, but I guess I II ( Page 1)) Ord.
. their Pensacola rivals & Gunnery Dept. (NAS P.
again ont ed with kindness but survived to I they couldn't wait for it to ar- : of the Main Ad Building, were );
Saturday night, the triumph could'' C. King, Physical Training (NAS)
be credited to the work of the I'I have the vet X-ray my shoulder, rive. |I Ii Anne Warden, NAS; D. E. Stev- and C. C. Zant, CommunicationsNAS
three Jax Guards, Winnie Jones, I give me a local anesthetic, put a i I I spent one morning standing ens, NATTC; D. L. Dunklee, PO-1 !I ( ).
splint on my right leg, and treat NAS W. H.
Ellen Messer, and Fran Free, who' extra instructions in Miss Reid's'office Division ( ); Sours, I
!I my many cuts and bruises. Lu- (while the WAVES' bar- I Aviation Training (NAS); H. L.I I
stole the ball from the
Pensacola repeatedly forwards and took it > cille O'Gara provided my trans- ': racks were being fogged) and I'I II Bartz, VF-ATU No.1 (NAS) ; s.1 I There Carol was, a young lady named
portation to the hospital, and promised her I would be more D. Cunningham, Dental (NAS);
I I
....... Into offensive territory. Winnie, I I Who loved to stud for
tabbed Mouse," her that evening Kay Bothell broughtme careful and stay out of the street. | V. J. Harris, Operations (NAS); I play ap-
"Mighty .
by !
teammates drew tremendous home in her car, and I apolo- ':': In the meantime, I'm enioyin? my i R. F. Jones, ATU No. 5 (NAS) ; pare
,
a I I Her opponent's fJush: "
gize for getting my hairs on the convalescence Immensely. Everybody M. S. Kirkendall, ATU No. 4 straight
cheer for her evening's work when Brought blush
she left the floor. Scoring honors : upholstery. I is very kind to me, and I (NAS); J. L. Harper, A&R Dept. i A/i t a maidenly
< in
a quirk home
r O for Jacksonville were almost even- I The WAVES basketball team don't even have to worry about | (NAS); Michael Cascone, Ind. barrel. journey a
ly divided among three forwards, was playing in Pensacola at the the doctor's bill, since there is a Relations Dept. (NAS); C. E.
Laddie Vladeff, "Butch" Glover, '' time, and I heard they were so'I special fund in a glass jar on the' :Merchant, ATU No. 1 (NAS); W.
and Margaret Jones, with nine, worried about my disappearancethat M. A. A.'s desk to take care of H. Lewis, Supply & AccountingNAS S2c (la barber chair) : Cut all
eight, and eight respectively. they phoned Friday nite to my expenses. I have to go back ( ); R. L. Murphy, ExecutiveNS three "hort.Harber .
Laddie really took things Into see if I had shown up, and then to the Doc in about ten days and I ( ); A. L. May, Inspection Dept. : Which throe?
her own hands a week ago Tues- again Saturday nite to see if I had I'm sure I'll be as good as new by (NAS); H. L. Townes, Jr., ATU Sic Whiskers, hair, and chat.
day night against the Eglin Field shown up, and then again Sat- then. I No. 10 (NAS)); W. S. Johnson, P. ter.I .
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WACs. She tallied 18 field goals .--
and one gratis toss to total 311
points for the WAVES in their STALEMATE By Harold Jonw;SI Man Power I

48-19 rout of the WACs. I __


week Coach that Gushanas the WAVES announced would only this I : r : r +' 1al rk"; 'r

play four more frames on the j ;.. .$d 10 MlIFSm
NATTC court as preliminaries to
the Flier tilts. On 11 February

they will take on the WACs from ,i .
Maxwell Field, on 21 February p v
they play host to the Southern (
,3.. Bell Sextette, in a City League 1 +or- 1a
match, on 25 February they meet
the NAS Civilian Girls in a game "
I .
.. which will undoubtedly have a de- .. ..;s' f ""
.. cided effect on the final outcome
of the Jacksonville Girls' League,
and they make their final home ap- I lf &
pearance against Rollins Collegeon
28 February.




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IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves

. / J"fl \ fluu 5 Naval War College"To

further an understanding of the
Editorial Offices fundamental considerations involved in the

South Wing Lower Deck, Bldg. 930 science and art of naval warfare in order 1T [
8184 f'-
Extension
Telephone that officers may be better qualified for ;:
Arthur M. Greene Editor higher naval command." (Mission of Naval 1-Q02u. .
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the War College). IIIQ 4 I :2l200M
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and
printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat "An appreciation of the fundamental fir
no expense to the government and in compliancewith considerations governing the successful con d
SecNav Circular Letter 45.1918 dated 12 December duct of war is a prime requisite to compe- .
1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat Tom' _
Air Technical tent exercise of command. To a degree vary- I -
the Naval Air Station, the Naval
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval ing with the demands of responsibility, ev- % d ar
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of ery naval officer should have an under-
the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxiliary Air standing of the fundamentals underlying
Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range '
Station
naval strategy and tactics and joint operations I I'l
and the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear j with the Army, fortified by a back- +

Admiral Ralph Da\l ison! ground of history, world politics, economics,

Chief Commandant oi Na\al Seventh Air Advanced Na\al District Training : and international law. To. the same degree, 'l
every officer should possess sufficien' knowl- i

Captain IJeckstlDuckwottAir:SN. Commanding>n j edge to arrive at sound decisions, to transmit

I his will and intent to subordinates, and to
Ci Schumacher, USN. Commanding the and tactical -
NavalleAir/ Technical Training Center I interpret correctly strategic
I dispositions bf his superiors. The fulfill-

Captain C. M.U.Scharr S. Naval
mutual understanding which, because it is 1..

Captain? F. AiriResertae Tialnlng USNR. Commanding L'nlt the basis of intelligent cooperation and uni- : -/t\\\\\ \\ .

ty of effort, is vital to the success of military -
Lt. Col. T. C. Mooie.Mailne Jr.Barracks. USMC, Commanding undertakings." (From General Order

133 under which the Naval War College operates "I use a band-aid Instead of a hiring you ran write on It."
Lt I. C. Floerchlnger. t>ln-C ). -- -. -- --
Air Station. Cecil Field
Naval Auxlliaiy\ '

C pt. Alexander: -M.-Hearn. USMC I I -*- Ttle t

Marine Aviation Detachment I I -- !

The material.JAX AIR Republication NEWS rec ofa credited dmatter Association prohibited 'I I @I I I

of SEA, Washington 25. D. C. II ,
without permission S 10y -
cations publication\ Is of prohibited any other without matter except permission by service of Re-I I ainsTii1 ,
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JAX AIR NEWS.Navy I I :rs eU s ondVieius f rcmSation.

My Jean O'llryant, Y2c

ProblemThe Here 'tis only the last of Jan-
Housing I
uary and we've had two weddings
from W. John Kenney I already Judy Tate who added her i I Travel to lands south of the bor-
following letter name to the Mrs. list when she 'der already is on the increase and
ActingSecretary of the Navy, sent MAN AND THE MULE took the plunge Saturday after- I apparently will continue so. T. Y.
recently to Richard C. Cadwallader, Chair- I noon, is wasting no time getting i I' Ybarra, well known to Americans
of the National Housing Committee of Here we have some comparisons that are discharged. Lots of luck, Judy, through his "Young Man of Car-
man outlines the Navy more obvious than odious. Who it was that on all your new adventures. j acas", presents in LAND OF THE
the American Legion, housing -I IDepartment's originated them we have no way of know- Iva McLain is working away I ANDES a chatty, informativetourist's
for providing like little beaver preparing for
program a : guide to Peru and Bolivia. -
for its personnel and for converting, ing, but they are interesting and contain I her "big day". Sure hope she can The book is more of an his-
where practicable, existing buildings on some grim truth that must be acknowledged. stand up under the strain torical and descriptive account ofa
stations into apartments. For this reason The mule, he is a gentle beast; and so is r Hammy and Ski have moved into journey made by Ybarra last
naval their little abode in Dewey Park to the Andes than tradi-
and year a
interestin man. He's satisfied to be the least ; so
widespread
and because of the -Now we all can have another tional guidebook. The author obviously -
this vital problem, it is being publishedin is man. Like man, he may be taught some place to "go a vis'tin1'. i Iaybe we knows the countries of J
its entirety.My tricks ; he does his work from eight to six ; will see a little more of the marred which he writes and he approachesthem T
the mule, when he gets mad he kicks ; andso gals now that they are stand with sympathy and under ..
dt'&rIr.. Cadv alladr: does man. ing barracks watches, too. Wonderwho's standing. ,aIn "
watching' the'r husbands
Mr. Forrestal! has asked me to answer for the The mule, he has a load to pull ; and so' while they're watch ? Confus- THE RIVER PLATTE REPUBLICS
Department of the Navy jour letter to him dated has man. lIe's happiest when he is full ; and ing, isn't it ? Betty de Sherbinin ;Y

September 15, 1947, concerning: within full the utilization continental of so is man. Like man, he holds a patient Last week-end was really one gives, Uruguay a complete and picture Paraguay of Argentina three .

limits existing of buildings the 1'nited on Slates stations for housing service per- poise, and when his work's done will, rejoice. to remember with Schenley's ex- countries which together compriseone i
sonnel. The mule, he likes to hear his voice ; and so periences and the basketball teams of the more vital areas of the j
bringing home victorys. Schen 1
western hemisphere. The various
The Navy has since the war made extraordinaryefforts does man. and Skipper Edge both came limp- and cities consideredfrom
Such housing for Its personnelas The mule he has his faults 'tis andso provinces are
true
to provide ; ing home with twisted knees. J the point of view of natural
can be justified in the Interest of National Defense has man. He does some things he should think Skip got a little better deal, beauties, industries, agriculture,
within the limits of funds available. These though couldn't be too bad
not do ; and so does man. Like man, he social life, and culture. _
efforts have resulted In the creating of 2,711 family t being lugged around by a big
nnits by construction (mostly at Isolated stations!! doesn't yearn for style, but wants content handsome hunk of man Schen- I HALFWAY TO HEAVEN ia a
which have highest Navy housing priority) and ment all the while. The mule, he has a live- ley came home under her own gay and absorbing tale of the travels "
conversion of suitable existing buildIngs I ; of the author, Jean Hersey, in
1,638 units by ly smile ; and so does man. power when Friday nite's rain ran
on stations in localities'' having high Navy her indoors. The searching party Guatemala "a land of tropical ,
housing priority. In addition, a total of 7,054 units The mule is sometimes kind and good ; that was out all day Friday still I(splendor and towering volcanoes,: :
(.f all types have been built overseas. and so is man. He eats all kinds of food ; andso can't figure where she could have I I' Into the story, Jean Hersey weaves
The policy of the Navy regarding the providing does man. Like man, he balks at gaudy been, and Schen ain't talkin'. Both i'an amazing amount of Guatemalan -
,,( housing accommodations for its personnel is dress, and all outlandish foolishness. The "invalids are much better now and I background, history, and leg- a
L.a, determined by the Navy's responsibility for the mule's accused of mulishness ; and so is man. are up and about "Schenley's I end. Many photographs add to I t
the entertainment value of this
National Defense. The Navy endeavors to pro'idehoufjlng Benefit Fund" Is perkin' right ,
for Its personnel in all cases where the -Chaplain A. C. Boyer. along and giving the "March of book. '.
Jack of such! housing! Is found to be detrimental to Dimes" more than a little competition TONGUES OF THE MONTE is t
naval efficiency. In accordance with this requirement in our barracks. a book about Mexico by J. Frank '\ ,
Jn past years, when no critical housing short PERFECT RECORD SET AGAINST I Ask the gals about their liberty Dobie who is most adept at recounting ;
age existed the Navy felt<< justified in expending TETANUS in Pensacola maybe next time the folklore of the South
public funds for construction of only such housing they'll find out for sure when west. The author has travelledand
an was necessary to provide for the residence on (SEA-Navy) medicine set a perfect rec- they're due back to Jax. From the I lived in the mountains, ranches .
station of certain key personnel required to be ord in its fight against tetanus in World War I reports received, it was mighty I and mining camps of Mexico
available at all times, and for personnel attached cold over there and all were glad and has collected stories whereverhe
II, in that not one combat casualty devel-
to Isolated stations. to return has gone. Among many other
Competition for housing between former service oped the affliction. I I WE'RE WONDERIN' What books, Dobie will be remembered
men and men now in the Navy is most seriousIn Of approximately five million officers r,)Jey "did" from the telegram as the author of "The Longhorns"and
seaboard cities where fleet units are based. I "Apache Gold and Yaqui Silver"
she's
Is and men in the naval service during the received-maybe just trying
lack of housing for fleet personnel .
Although to be mysterious Why Jo Bies
detrimental to morale, thereIn war, only four cases developed, resulting I I
highly
recognized as
was so eager to take that "Flyin' I While Dobie's book dwells on the
little that the Navy can do at present toward from accidental injuries. Of the two fatal' Trip" home When Mickey folklore of the people, NOW IN .,&!a,
easing the housing shortage In these cities. The cases, one had a record of no immunization, Blankenship ia to take her Jump MEXICO by Hudson Strode givesan
Navy cannot undertake to provide housing when for men the and the other's immunization was incom- to test the silk she's a rigger, informal picture of Mexico to

attached minimum to housing mobile", needs fleet units of Its at personnel a time on shore plete. The fact gives proof of the effectiveness too, you know.-How the fogging day-well illustrated with many
", process will affect our "little good photographs. Strode visited m\\
of the immunization
duty have not been met. Navy's program friends." What makes Rosie De- both the show places and tourist J
The Navy is fully aware of the urgent need at ------ ----- vine such a good kid? How La- haunts as well as some of the fascinating
time of its personnel on shore duty
the present
I verne Tolle ever got at 0400to
up remote regions of that
In many localities for a place to live with their : whenever the unit cost was found to be less than go fishin! And-when are they country.
families. In many Instances, Naval personnel, both new construction. Unfortunately In some localities gonna find gold at Green Cove .
officers and men, veterans of World War II, who I where the need Is greatest-such as In New York maybe we should dig a hole M
have no choice but to report for duty where ordered I and Boston-the Navy has been unable, due to concentration in our back yard-look at the ,/+
are forced to be separated from their families of naval shore activity In a small area, I crowd it would bring. i Support The .
because suitable housing cannot be found. to find either space or suitable unused buildingsfor I .
Many others are occupying accommodations en-station housing.
tar below acceptable standards In trailers, Another factor to be considered I""<, the desirability LADIES AUXILIARYOF March Of Dimes '
tourist cabins, etc. These men cannot exercise an I from morale and public relations standpointsof "
option available to former service men-that of I allowing naval personnel, when possible, to jive FLEET RESERVETO
moving to another locality-without leaving the among civilians! and participate In community activity -- :
Navy. Ileali/lng the danger to morale and efficiency so as to prevent their being thought of as a DISCUSS PARTY y
.>f such conditions"", the Navy has made every effort different and unfamiliar class of people. It Is considered I 4
to provide housing for these personnel. .. that a closer relationship should be accomplished Plans for the anniversary party
efforts have met with only very limited !-1 by permitting service: personnel to live scheduled for February will be discussed -
I I
because of lack of funds and last year's restrictions among ch'illan"hE'n not required by the Navy's by the Ladies Auxiliary of At the Station .
lrmID"am
Chapel, i
of materials. Itwas I the Fleet Reserve at their
on government use building interest to reside on station. regular Road and 3Iu tln Menus
to meet the nerds of these personnel that the You are assured that the Navy: realizing the monthly meeting to be held Mon- I'rotrttant .._
Navy has been forced to embark on a programof vital importance of the housing problem to morale day evening at the Community O930-NATTC S i\jcc --Chaplain A. ..+R
acquisition of certain government-constructed!! and efficiency of our personnel, will continue to do Building on Cumberland road, it l04!') -tenernl C. Boyer. _
defense housing projects under the provisions of everything possible, within the limitation outlined was announced this week )Irs. ChaplaIn R. \\'ol'lhlp 1. Aiuiphy Service
the J.anhamct.. Tlila defense housing It obtainedby nbove, to provide housing by making use of exlst1 Clara Stephana will preside. .thollc e v
the Navy without cost i ; buildings at Navy Shore station, Club officials urged all members WO 07f()-Malll .
In order to provide a maximum number of of the organization who have -MassHOOMAM
Sincerely,
quarters with available fund, suitable lsting not yet been initiated to attend An outdoor Nursery for small children -
buildings In localities where the need teaM been /_/ W. JOHN KENNEY' the meeting tend I* initiated at Is maintained\ between WOOpage
greatest have been converted Into apartments Acting Secretary of the Nave.Y this time. and 1700






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sui i I LINK INSTRUCTOR I LOCAL C. S. BOARD ANNOUNCES EXAMS




,, S ALLIES FOR SEVEN ADDITIONAL POSITIONS


J 1 Examinations for probational appointments to the positions

of firefighter, helper radio mechanic machine opera-

41'I tor, patternmaker, aircraft inspector, aircraft engine inspector

IN: MECVIORIAM. Katherine and aircraft propeller inspector were announced

(Cox Receipt Control Division, I s- ;: :- yesterday by the Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners
punted on from a heart attack I : ,
at Riverside Hospital on 23 Jan I here.

uary. Dtu&rd E. Honey cut t, 1 The examination for aircraft inSpector

Stol't"houMl-Sonth Area, died 5- and aircraft engine inspector -

M a result of an automobile Inspecting I Is for grades CAF-5 through

u vcrident. the same day. CAF-10 while the exam for aircraft -

: THE WEEK'S WASH. Conk I TheInspectors I propeller inspector is only

,r grats: To Macie Allen, a Supply-er for. positions CAF-5 through CAF7. -
Applications and the
$; for over five years, who left us a necessary
; forms must be on file with the R"-
'
last Friday to take over her duties
,.
,
corder not later than 26 February
aa mama to adopted John Wayne : : By HELEN BUKNETTE ,I 1948.
; When the baby arrived last week
there was as much commotion as Like many other departmentson Persons desiring to file in the

''.' In a maternity waiting room, and the station, we were caught in examinations for helper radio mechanic -
k* Betty Sted thought that Macie r 1 the reduction-in-force recently, ($88 per hour), machine

should lie down in the dispensary and we are sorry to report the loss operator: (1.06 per hour), or patternmaker -

';l for at least an hour. House- rnu.3 l Si"aI"'! "" _& vN' -"","' ,._ I lof seven of our members: I ($1.42 per hour) must
warming: For John Colvin last CIVILIAN AND MILITARY personnel of the Aviation Training E. 8' Summersill, L. L. Kirk- have their applications and forms

i Thursday night at his new home Departmentwork side by side in the Link Trainer Section of the wood, A S. Thompson, H. O. Scur- in the hands of the Recorder. not
later
than 17
_J.... In Southside. John was surprised Ground School, training advanced students in radio navigation, dead rey, J. R. Bishop, and Blackburn February 1948.
by his section with the party. They reckoning navigation. ai\d instrument flying. P. A. Lorimiere above Hall. Most of these were offered Those meeting the qualificationsfor

brought refreshments and pre- instructs a student while watching the "crab" chart the student's positions of a lower rate in A&R. the position of firefighter
sented him with a place setting imaginary course. i i We grow smaller in number with CPC-5 through CPC-9, and who

ct his silver. A record was made ------ I leach RIF and our best wishes go 'intend filing for the exam must

by his well-wishers, and David I with each one who )leaves the de submit their applications or formsto

Hall, Eunice Russell, and Ellen partment. So, we take this means the office of the Recorder mj:

Griffis furnished part of the entertainment L9HEW9 of saying a reluctant, "goodbye," later than 10 February 1918.

singing, dancing, and 1 to each of ;you! All examinations, with the exception -

playing the piano. Jackpot: I= i i Mrs. Martha Rexroad clerk-typ I I of firefighter, CPC-5, are
the = =:_ AROUND
Jn addition to becoming proud A R. D 1st in the Main Inspection Office, unassembled applicants will

.:!." parent of Francis Jackson about f -- I has tendered her resignation, ef- be rated on the basis of their ex
IMvUion Caro-
Engineering
i ten days; ego, Jay Ellis also was line Howell We certainly-by hated 1all 1\\ i fective January 30th. She and her perience. Persons filing f *r fire-
promoted to master sergeant in lighter, CPC-5, will be given
I husband plan to make their home a
J" S the Florida Military Reserves, that 1 to see the Engineering folks leave moved up front to the Plan- ''in West Virginia. Good luck to written test which is designed to

. ,.; organization announced Milestone us, but" we'll just have to say, "so- I ping Division, there has been a Martha! measure general knowledge and
Vivian : long for awhile. Lucille Crowell, large empty both spiritually you.
" w : Yvonne & Wynns i space Mrs. Muriel Smith, clerk-stenog- aptitude for learning and adjust-
,' Winnie we wish you lots of luck and hap- and physically, in E. O.I ,
of -
graduated
twin daughters I rapher in the Emergency Repair ing to the duties of the position.
I piness in your new job in Supply. Has noticed the similarity -
p !:' from Lee High School this I anyone I Applications and forms should
Inspection Office, has been transferred -
.. Hobby William Hines and John Gillespie between the Engine Overhaul 1
!-, last Tuesday night : to Aviation Training The be mailed to the Recorder: Boardof
.. of Tech Files have also to
""' Wally York in Correspondencemakestoorder gone I office and Green Cove Springs for I U. S. Civil Service Examiners
best to Muriel in
, ;'.. in his spare time, Supply. We hope Emmett Tracydoesn't the past week By this, we refer you, your new U. S. Naval Air Station, Jackson-

I':' ,, handtooled leather wallets and get lonesome In the Dupli- j to the large influx of visitors to I position.We were happy to hear ville. The necessary forms andfurtht'r
: trade cating Shop with Bill Sturgeon In both places. Of course, all our j very
? : < wool bedroom slippers-a ;, !!', from Mrs. Norma Wells recently. information may be ob-
while In Supply now-and Margaret Ward visitors are of the male variety
i\ he learned recuperating tained from the Board located in
Norma the latter
|I resigned of
J ; a veterans' hospital. The products and Bobby Smith leaving 30 Janu- and the E. O. treasure is Margie when her husband part Bldg. 450.

!,' are good looking and extremely I Gibson, a new typist In the office jlaJIt year was .
ary.Eugene from the The
discharged Navy.
Jow-priced Overheard "Why, Humpal and Francis Eg- : -MRS. Margie Gibson. '
' I had to gert are leaving our group of engineers happy couple are making their INSIDE
If pay people everytime I Baldy Mausert seemed to be home in St. Louis, Missouri.
too :Mr. we're
j' they give me a compliment, I'd Eggert, quite perturbed one morning last | Congratulations to two new"poppers" .
broke all the time!" Also I wondering to whom you're gonna
'f be week when he arrived at work to ,
in the Chief
PUBLIC
will all those RUDM's ? ? ? ? ? Y'aUI department. WORKS
sale Walter Fay's (no "e1)
;? for : find a box of aspirins on his desk I' J. T. Durrance reports the birth of
take it think of in
house Charon Road unfurnished easy, us once I
on I and a wheel chair in place of hisswivel
reasonable First signs awhile, and remember we wish you {i a 8 lb., 15 oz. son, Thomas Grant Hj Olive firming
chair. This theatrical setting ,
on January 18th. :Mr. Ray Bailey, It seems by now shouldbe
loads of luck in I everyone
just everything
.
:. The that's
of sprout-
:
spring grass seems to be some sort of -
representative inspector in the Supply Depart- recovered from the Sew Year-
undertake to do.
under Fulcher's nose you !
Ing symbol, but this writerhasn't
: I merit, shakily announced the birth headaches and that the Public
': movie Reviews: : Town and Understand Mary Duvall has 'em
Magic
been quite able to figure it
', I : of his son, Richard, on January19th. Works personnel should have
Secret Life of Walter Mitty are guessing in the Materials Labora- out ;yet However, it might be a : started their late January celebrating -
both entertaining in spots, but about that birthday she celebrated -I
I tory
.: .. good idea for "Baldy" to keep his From Supply Inspection Office, with items of interest
Stewart's in the former last week. Just 'em I
overacting keep
i : Blue Cross Hospitalization in force
we learn that N. :M. Cole is purchasing -I coming in from right and left.
and Goldwyn's: overdoing in the I that way, Mary. It's a woman'sprivilege by promptly paying the premiums. I a "coon" dog. Sounds like I Alas, the news is scarce, but it
latter what could have been not to tell know. I
spoil you I Planning Dividon-by! MjnonaSpurlotk
he is planning on going huntingthis certainly doesn't lack interest.I .
much better movies. Return And as a belated wish-we cer- I
--Well, here goes for an- I Fall and Winter in grand wonder who "Danced at theWeddings"
engagement: Inventory becomes tainly hope you have many more other at into
' try getting people style, as the dog is a "highbrow"if which have been so
\\: reactivated Monday. There will be happy birthdays.We the news. Lately everyone is so I there ever was one! I numerous in Transportation late-

'I .- bands playing and several Bronx girls have given Walter Mor- I cautious--wonder why ? I It is reported that L. E. Jordan -''Iy. Within the months of December -
cheers Shower: For Cretha ris a nickname. Just call him "Urgent" -
Who was it with a beautiful is boarding little "Louie" at and January; J. E Fletcher
I. Daugherty last week was a big Morris now. We are won- I blonde the other day ? And I I Charlie Saxton's house! an auto mechanic, married Miss

_._',-, Miccess. Recommended: Merle dering when he'll use up all those thought he loved us all! Chief C. M. King, Kaiser and Betty Mae Bruce in Fitzgerald,
I
"
i i Cook for advice and motherlylove little pink slips. Maybe he'll lose I It has been "moving day" in two I Frazier's ace salesman and pro- Ga., and another auto mechan-; ,

(we are quoting) Medals: : 'em, huh ? ? We hope!! of Planning's sections. The Sta- ,, moter, is planning on buying anew R. H. Fussell, married Miss Alice

To the Loyalty Program Committee 'I Engine Overhaul-by Carl W. 'tistical and Time Sections have I Pontiac! Why, chief? Bennett in Jacksonville.! Bachelors -

in Personnel whose good work, Plajer-Congratulations to Ethel moved. Once you walk out of the I Chief E. R. Martin solved a had better stay away from
entitles them to the purple - Riegel, whom we credit with thisyoungyear's
I I office for a few moments and come problem which others might be interested Transportation.
catch: Betty Sted caught most brilliant I
Big piece
I I | back, have to hunt for
you your In--that is, if we have California has won another victory -
more fish than the rest of her of master strategy. On Friday, pdesk.
> another cold spell. lie was un- over Florida, for it has succeeded -
__ .,- Key West cruising mates on that January 16th, she received her .re- It that
seems see
I everyone you able to obtain any anti-freeze. so : in enticing Leonard Thorn-
Christmas trip and flashes a )life-! ductioninforcenotice, and on the
I or talk to will be going either to he poured a pint of rubbing alcohol burg, head of the structural unit
size evidence. SignIn I
portrait as she
Monday morning
following -
Guam Guess we'll haveto
or Japan.
into his radiator. The chief in the Design Department, to leave
a downtown store: "Low pricesare showed for work with brand
I up a go in order to stay; among says it not only keeps the radiator 'Florida Mr. Thornburg is trans.
born here and raised else- certificate.
new marriage friends. from freezing but removed all rattles ferring to Los Angeles, and our
''" where. I i We would like to put in a good I Overheard in Hangar 123 that and squeaks. I good wishes go with him all the

-. NICKNAMES. Richard Beau- word right here for Ab Spencerand I a certain person sure liked to see I Question of the Week: Where
5- 'hamp-"Rabbl"; Kathleen Jones"Kaki" his A&R Band who dealt us red shoes on oh, way.Here's
women-my
I my I oh where, does L. E. Jordan findso :! an unusual bit of news.
, ; Cecil Brumbaugh out thirty minutes of swing and I and she was all dressed up, too! different cigar "butts". '
many It seems as though John Echols,
t "Windy"; Dorothy Freelan-"Sea- I sway last Thursday. This young What hear I 'I
are these rumors we
I I Maybe he's learned the little trickof I who is in the civil unit of the
e f biscuit" Gladys Hart "Rusty"; band seems to be coming along I
; about Mattie Wood buying the necessities preservation! has found it
Design Department
' William Hugee "Yo Yo" John I nicely and exhibits some ex- : I ,
; very t
for furnishing an apart aI
Chief J. J. Sutton requested hard to buy fuel oil recently. I
Colvin "Jake"; M, L. Johnson"Jaybird" cellent work in spots. Engine Ov- ,i ment. What's up, Mattie ? I receipt for his contribution to the thought fuel oil was the only plentiful
Bobbie Dixon erhaul Is in the
; ably represented Personnel and Administration "
I I I "March of Dimes. Could it be thing in Jacksonville. Any-
"Sweetie"; Henry Johnson I group by Herbert Mynatt, trom- I by Dot Dlckson--Maggie Norman I for income tax deduction purposesor way, please contact Mr. Echols if
"Preacher" and Margaret Sim- bonist, and Frank Herndon, trombonist -
; has transferred to the Internal
his wife has him
I --- maybe on a you know where he can buy some
)Jiins-"Presh. We enjoyed the boys very Revenue Department in the city. I weekly allowance? | The Supervisors' Club of Pub-

WHOZIT? Born in Bruton, Alabama much, Ab And we'll be looking We'll miss you, Maggie, but wish Both inspectors in the Bearingand lic Works Maintenance met recently

' ..1 he went to business college forward to hearing them again i, you lots of luck on your new job. Pump Shop are admiring "The at the Pompano Club at

k h upon completion of high school I soon I I'm sure I speak for all in our division New Look" in the Engine Overhaul Mayport. Per usual, Tom Cowanset

and then started in civil service Engine Overhaul personnel are when I say we are going to Main Office. the record by eating a steak

'!' as a messenger in Pensacola. He I in low spirits this week after having I miss our personnel clerks. Moat Mrs. Marie West is missed each I dinner, with a shrimp dinner for

I O remained there for nearly ten lost our close friends and of them have been in this divisionfor afternoon in the E. O. Inspection desert. Can anyone top that?

f years when an opportunity was panions in the Material and com-I sometime and have done a I Office. However, she may be contacted I There's a new "Junior" being

presented to accept a position here gine Planning sections. Sine grand job. Lots: of. luck,. gals, in in the Main Inspection Office. talked about Public Work;
a I II"MIN among
in Jax. That was back in 1940 your new jobs and don t forget Maintenance men. -H. L. Meisterof
I
when the station was just being friends here. With two of
I your C. E. McAllister insists he does- the Storage Yard became the
f commissioned and the first Supply [ WITH. REGULAR I our personnel shop supervisors going n't have grey hair. He lays "It's proud papa of an 8 lb. 4 ounce

I kipper was Captain Hipp. His SAVINGS. out in the shops to take over, frost on my roof." boy, born on January. Congratulations -
I
continuous duty here was interrupted I it will seem kind of lonesome. !

i from May, '44, to March, Come up and see us sometime, big R. K. Lambing, E L. Waldron, The File Room is extending a

f '46, while he did his stint in the boys! C. N. Ferguson, and J. R Wat- hearty welcome to Helen Boring,
Navy L: much the same capacity Wonder what happened to Lt. kins. Good luck fellows.
who joined their happy throng thia
as his civilian status. His pride lI Harper's nose ? Seems as tho it's Glad) to see Johnnie Knowlton I,I week. Also the welcomed
and joy is his family, in which his 1 quite a mystery. back on the job. He was able to among
back is Pete Capps, who's not
little boy holds a high spot. For |I Mrs. Hutchinson was on the sick sell his pontoons while he was telling where he has been.'e've
hobbies and recreation he likes list a couple of days last week. away. We know he is happy about
heard bar doors and bread and
:' fishing, flying cub airplanes, and I Mr. Quina is gradually getting I that water mentioned, but surely he
taking movies (he owns his own I i I his harem nearer him. Notice Dot W. D. Efites wax too busy to was on the jury. Also returned is

, camera). Quiet and retiring, he : : T. is on the front row. give me any news. That snapper "General' Lee, who's back aftera

might easily be voted one of Sup- I 1 1 Helen Unstad really has that job has him on the run. battle with the flu. Glad to report -

I ply's most cooperative and well- I new look. Lundon became the proud papa that the "General" won.

liked employees. Incidentally, he i j How's the skating these days, of a baby gla last week and he Our sincere sympathy is extended
is a whiz at figures. Whozit? ? ? out in the
Mary A passed cigars Instrument -
to Lt. G. A. Busbee the Design
CORRECTION; The Daugherty- i j Accessories Uh-Itlon-by Dorothy I Shop. Congratulations! and Engineering Superintendent,

Wilkins nuptials have been postponed -I WiUhuuloOn-We sure hate to That "red" you folks were see- and his family In the recent deathof

briefly and you'll be advisedvia see Thelma :Madden leave us. She Ing last Thursday was only your their daughter Allison

Sallies of the new date for was always right on the job and reporter's shirt and not a fire, as ---------

the wedding. :' =. : :" we wish her luck wherever she some were thinking.J. News, today, was scarce a* our
: :it -
. 4 (;Bt 1 t >r ay.J g"B' fiir.. goes. R. Watkins is about to set star reporter was out sick. Hopehe
.. '\, ._. .
I "Is she pretty modest?" \ : I Others leaving ware Clanton, forth on the see of matrimony. We will be back: next week to take

...1., 'if',., .Well, she's pretty." rR' GUt 'RtY: Hancock, Turnage, O. F. Taylor wish Mm luck along the way ,up his duties*

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, JAX AIR NEWS .THE WORD. U..JookS

NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER . I ew ,

Captain Jole Commanding F. Schumacher, USN FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL NATTC Library

.
"Alexandra" by Gladys Schmitt,
Commander. Robert P. Beets, USN With a conglomeration of thoughts running through my head, I Is the story of a woman who
..,.,
Executive sit down to record for the last time the
doings of TAF. My last at- started life with nothing and earn.
I tempt will be to clear the files! of any old puns so that the new editorwon't I ed everything, a woman whom
Lt. A. C. Boyer (ChC), USN
be hampered by any old copy. This column will bring an end strove to be a great actress because
Public Information Officer I to the series of "Pappy and Banana" jokes (File No. 1) and hereafter I of a childish notion that
Advisor to J.x Air Nee I Bush will be called Rusk. It is my express wish. fame would bring her love. Un-

Far outdoing himself this week loved her parents, her great
by
Editorial Offices for NATTC Section! South Win't* was old Poppa Stork who spent i !
\ need for love her compelling
Auditorium. Bldg. 563. Tel. !::xL 8114. Navy Wives Club was
most of his time rushing from motivation. By the time she learned -
Editor wherever he picks up those babiesto II belatedly, that fame and love
Robert J. Wehllng, SiC the Hospital and back again Meets ThursdayThe have nothing to do with each
bringing expressions of joy to I other, she had so underminded
All Photographs art official U. S. Navy Photographs mad by NAS many a weary, smoked-out father. Jacksonville Navy Wives her self respect that she felt unequal
Photo Lab and A... Fund. School Photo Lab union otherwise credited. Starting with Chief Davis and Club No. 86 will hold its next to marriage with the one
Hale who missed last week's issue monthly business meeting at the man who loved her. This book is

--- -- he visited both Smitty and Community Building in Dewey the picture of a neurotic geniusa
McShane and Monday morning Park next Thursday, it was announced tragedy of one who could
Honest John was passing out "El this week. President Le- never either outgrow or live up
e Ropos". At this writing, Wolfe is. ota Waller will preside. 1 to her own childish ideals.
down to the elbow and Casey Club officials are asking Navy Walter Karig's "Battle Report"
Bouchard is calmly gnawing on families for donations of discarded could not possibly prepare you for
his wrist. "Congratulations and toys for the Nursery and for
his latest book "Zotz". Far from a
,r Y well done" to all. kitchen ware, household needs, and historical report this is written
Another group of youngstersgave old clothes to be used In welfare somewhat after the fashion of
1 a good account of themselveslast I work for needy families. Any- I Thorne Smith' A ahy professor in
Wednesday afternoon as the one desiring to donate such articles a southern theological seminary
WHPT TO DO/ WHERE TO GO Hellcats trampled the Wildcats bya should call Ext. 368 or 391 1 accidently acquires the power otI .
65-22 count. Stone paced the and the articles will be picked up, 1 taking life by a modest digital --
attack with twenty points, followed it was stated. : gesture, and is confronted by the
by Parks and Luckenbill.It An invitation was extended to choice of using his power for the
was just a case of "too much" the wives of enlisted men who good of the world, or for the most
MOVIE SCHEDULE against "too little", as the younger have recently reported aboard the horrific ends possible to man.
Hellcats were not to be de station to attend the meeting, I When he points at anything and

NATTC nied.With I I meet the members, see the club- mutters "Zotz" the results are dis-
the day of my discharge house, and learn the club's plans 1 astrous. He tangles with the FBI,
'I'IIURSD.YLINDA BE GOOD with Elyse Knox and John Hub- just around the check-out sheet, I for future welfare work and coming the Democratic National Committee
bard. Shows at 1730 and 2015. I I sat down the other night to think I socials. the White House, the Press,
: of the number of things I would I At the meeting, the committee the Army and Navy-and with
FRIDAY AND S.\TUUDAY-THE SENATOR WAS INDIS- the in his life. It is fan-
remember concerning the time for the installation dinner will report women a
CREET, starring William Powell and Ella Raines. To be shown at I spent here. There are many thingsI I on their plans and the date set tastic, fast-moving story and a
1400 on Saturday only. Basketball games on both nights between Jax- will remember, many of them for the affair.Floating. 'devastating comment on a good
Navy Fliers and Corpus Christi Comets. I influencing my getting out, but it portion of our political, Journalistic -
is only the pleasant ones that I : and religious life.
SUNDAY THE TENDER YEARS Joe E. Brown and !
starring
would like to share with you. I Air Bases For sports fans there is Howard -
Richard Lyon. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2015. Things like Joe Matrorocco smok- I Roberts' book on the colorful

I ing a cigar in the shower; or Proposed By Nimitz ,I Chicago Bears. Some of the greatI -
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-A WOMAN'S VENGEANCE with (
Pappy, the octogenarian of the ;I names in football have been
Charles Boyer and Ann Blyth. Shows at 1730 and 2015. Basketball
i barracks, picking up scraps of AFPS A connected with the Be-ars-Bron-
game on Monday night between Jax-Navy Fliers and Riddle Inter- Washington ( ) plan ,
wire to tie his car together ( ko Steve Owen
American you for maintaining floating air bases Nagurski, Paddy
College. I have to be broad minded to call ,' off the shores of hostile countriesin 1! Dri&coll, Red Grange, Sid Luck-
WEDXESD.BANDITS OF DARK CANYON with Allan it a car!) ; Dungan and Karpinski wartime by means of a system I man, and others. There are exciting -
Lane and Bob Steele. Shows at 1730 and 2015. I playing "PBM, PBM, Who's of repair and supply ships is ad- j and amusing incidents, like the
Go* the PBM ?"; or McKain hop- I I vocated in a special report writ- time a Bear ran the wrong way
THURSDAY-PRINCE OF THIEVES starring Jon Hall and I ping right up at Reveille-once; ten by Admiral Chester W. Nim- with the ball, with his team-
Patricia Morrison. To be shown at 1730 only, due to Basketball game and finally McFarland shipping itz, recently retired Chief of Naval mates shrieking after him, and t
between Tyndall Field Army and Jax-Navy Fliers. everyone over. 'I' Operations, and submitted to almost scored a touchdown for
As always there is the old reliable Navy Secretary John L. Sullivan. the opposition; and the perfect
THINGS TO DOABOARDFLEET'S space filler, the honor stu- The report is the result of a game the Bears won from the
dents. This week from class AF20 study made by Admiral Nimitz's i Washington Redskins, 73 to 0-a
the blue ribbons go to R. L. Mis- office of developments of World game which sent coaches from all
IN Open nightly 1730-2130. Bldg. 517 ner and J. E. Mhoon who have War II, considered in relation to : over scurrying home to convert I
Sandwiches and snacks available. successfully maintained a hign average new factors, which have evolved I to the T-formation. Howard Rob- ,
BOWLING-fcSx alley ui Ship. Service avail here in school. Good luckin since. erts is Sports reporter for the Chi- j
able to an personnel Monday through Saturday, your future Navy careers! The basic system was utilizedby cago Daily News, and like a good ''
170C-2130. League games have priority. And so after nine months I'm the Navy during the war when reporter leaves nothing out. |
NATTC LHJKAlik Located in AudItorium. vacating the spot of Feature fleets were maintained at sea for I .
Open Monday, Tuesday, r.ursday and Friday 1300 to Editor for AV Fund and I hope months at great distances from Boston (AITSIt took a legislative i
2100. Wednesday. 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun. ;you will be as patient with the land bases. The method had pre- order before Mrs. JosephE.
day, 1230 to 2100.V future recipient of this honor as viously been considered imprac- Dettling could take her seat in ;
you have been with me. Thanksa tical. the Massachusetts House. Miss
lot for all the help I have been Admiral Nimitz believes that the Fannie M. Buzzell of Hudson had
given and good luck to you all on plan used by the Navy can be applied -I been elected to the seat. Be. L",
ATHLETIC GEAK Available at Gear Loclctr.Physical the road ahead-which way to to aviation, with floating air i tween the election and the open- 1
Memphis, Mac? bases that could be established in ing session she had been married Land
Training Department Bldg. SIS. I
-- secrecy and moved when enemy the new name had to be '

TENNIS: --Racquets and balls available at Physical 9,34JOKE attention was drawn. to them. cleared.
--- --- --
----
513. -
Training Bldg
Culver Ind. (AI I'S) John
OFFICER CHANGESARE Vovolka blamed it on the pig. The
MANY AT NATTCIn traffic officer who had flaggedhim
down for speeding up his

SWIMMING-Indoor Pool. Dally Monday through Wat. the past week, many changesin truck was a little on the incredulous tj
side. Then he found the litter -
the Officer personnel has been
2100. to 2100
to Saturday-0900 ;
Friday-1800 I
affected at NATTC. Two officerswere of tiny porkers on the floor OJ
to 2100. A man is not old until regrets I
Sunday-1300 of the cab. Vovolka explainedthat
sent orders to
on Memphis
take the place of dreams. I I NATTC yesterday, while another ; one of thorn had been stand tI J

BINGO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter ShJp'sService Welder: Sam, if you had your reported back here for duty after I ing on the elerator. I
in Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Spon. choice which would you rather be I I having been gone about six ----
adored by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. proceeds for the Nur- in, a collision or an explosion? months. The rest of the changeswere HAZEL BROOKS

erv. I Burner: A collision, of course. switchovers in various jobs. b .
I The two Officers Memphis
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?
Welder: How come
--9 /......,... 1TwT. BurnerVell: in a collision, bound were Lt. (jg) R. M. LaRue I I
By Hough dere you Is, and in an explosion. a Phase officer in the Aviation
Fundamentals School and Electrician w
where is you? I -
I Norris, a Phase officer in '
AEMA School.Lt. ,
Funeral director to aged mourner
: "Ilow old are you?" (jg) O.V.. Shahan, Permanent *'
OOD and Security Officer for ----
"I'm 97. be 98 next month. I ; > -
p "Hardly worth going home, Is over a year, has been relieved of GH ? ,aa
it ?" I these duties by Lt. L. R. Miller. ,Lt. _
r *.t ,. ; ; -i: : Miller held a similar post at NAGR

_
Yellow Water. Mr. Shahan is now
Hey Pop, I just seen .
'Now, son, Where's your gram- an Assistant Personnel Officer, although !iHcJ.S
mar?" at the present time he is
"That's it, Pop, I Just seen her acting as Executive Otf icer's
is fall out the window." Aide, until Lt. (jg) Rodgers returns -
from the Hospital where he
Mary had a bathing suit is having a minor operation. H
The latest style, no doubt, Electrician Guffy, former: ly at-
And when she got Inside she tached to the Control Tower Op ,
Was more than half way out. erators School left NATTC around
I six months ago for Sea duty. This
"Ah's sorry, but Ah jes' kain't week he reported back for duty
give nothin' to the church right f with the SAP SdHldl.l
IL'IL'r now. Ah owes nearly everybody india ,
o' town now." When Granina had cullers,
"But don't you think you owe They sat ultli timid heart; :
I the Lord something too?" I And when' they sat together
"Ah does, Ah certainly does. But They sat this far apart.
I he ain't pushin' me like the resto' I Whenever daughter's sailor calls
mah creditors Is." He greet! her with a kiss:
I And when they sit together,
Famous last words: "They cant TheysltcIosetogetherlikethN.
ship me out, I'i' indispensable." AND SO, if you don't go to
I "I heard you and the leading bed early, and brush your teeth
If more than one mouse In. mice lady were on the outs." every morning, and observe reveille 1Page
\ And more than one louse li lice, I Electrician: "Yeah, it was ono the minute you hear it,
3 Then you must agree of those quick change scenes with evil spirits, like Hazel Brooks
Obviously, the stage all dark. She asked for will sneak up on you someday.
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;This is the most popular spot la tovtn- .:9>erjone cornea her to j That more than oo. spouse L, her tights and.I thought she said I And you wouldn't want that to
pee the statue of General li-onpants spice. lights" I happen, now would you?







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29 January 1948 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page seven


" SHARK AT WORK I Intramural I Loop Fran Warren Is Bingo Jackpot Of


Play Moves Into Femme VocalistFor S250.00 Won By


a Final Stages ThornhillIn Mrs. C. Meaghcr'

As the NATTC Intramural Bas- the first annual discjockeypoll Mrs. C. Meagher, RandolpK
: ketball Season moves through its conducted by The Billboard, Street, in the Housing area adjacent
I fourth week, most of the league famed show business periodical, to Yorktown avenue, was
I play has been going as was predicted Fran Warren, lovely young vocalist the lucky winner of the NATTO
I in the opening days of the with Claude Thornhill's aggregation Bingo Jackpot amounting to
season. As In any sport, however, which plays a one-night $250.00 last Thursday at the
,,, surprises and upsets are bound to stand at the NAATC Auditoriumon NATTC Ship's Service in Snug
happen. 15 February, grabbed the tro- Harbor. The weekly Bingo itf
s The TAF Hellcats appear to phy for future box-office fame as sponsored, and all proceeds go to,
again be the top team in the Bas- the most promising new girl vocalist the Navy Wives Club.

ketball circuit, having won three __of _the year.CLAUDE I IdU Mrs. Meagher, who has only
straight contests by top heavy been on the station with her husband -
scores. Its only two remaining for a short time, coming here
games are with the Tigers and from Cecil Field, was visibly shaken
I Bearcats in that order. While the as the winning numberfor
'Bearcats have been resting in last her was called. Her voice apparently
place and have yet to win a vic- I left her, because a partner
I tory, the TEA-MAD-TAM Tigers playing next to her yelled out tM
,, to be the last '
"" -- appear remaining infamous "Bingo"

WORD COMES from the Hobby Shop that the Pool Hall is I hurdle of any consequence that the As a result of Mrs. Me .gher'8
proving one of the most popular things there. Each evening a goodly Hellcats must get by. } lucky streak, the Jacpot must novS
Last week the Adders
pulled a
number of tables are filled. There's well over 10 tables, so drop I necessarily start again from
big upset, setting the Tigers downto
around anytime. Two men, provided by Welfare take care of the scratch. Tonight, therefore, the
the tune of 44 to 27. The ad-
At- place. Jackpot will be $55.00, with a free
--- dition of big Swede Kuhel, six foot Nursery Card for a month readyto
five inch, 220 pound center into be won, and an additional
the Adder lineup has helped immeasurably $25.00 on the Blackout card.
Adders Hood TAF downed the Adder .
Tigers by 20 points earlier in the
season, but this total would almost San Francisco, Calif. (AFPS) -
surely have been cut, with James Cooper and Joe Vercilino
the lanky Kuehl helping to con- is lay claim to being two of the short"
First Loss By 4427Continuing trol the backboards. The Adders b. #h est airplane mechanics In the busi

played the Bearcats last night, but ness. Verclllino tips 3 feet 11
the account was too late to make inches and Cooper stands an even
on their rampant I this edition. If they won however 4 feet. The United Air Lines hu
1" way, the TAF Hellcats easily IMARC-U--OF the Adders would be tied for found numerous uses for the two,
subdued the TLT-TS-TSD Wildcatslast DIMES I second place with the Bulldogs. who are both first class mechanics.
week by a 65 to 22 score in Since these two teams, the Adders They work easily In wing tips, gaa
the NATTC Intramural Basketball MOST SUCCESSFUL and the Bulldogs meet nextweek I II TIIORNI ILL tanks, and other tight compartments
. league. Meanwhile, the Adders i I' On the strength of her smash that are far less accessibleto
it should decide who is I
. racked up something of an upset. DRIVE AT NATTC I to own second place behind going I Columbia recording with Thorn- larger men.
I winning from the Tigers by a 44 the Hellcats. I I hill, "A Sunday Kind of Love,"
'
\ to 27 score and the Bulldogs rook With the March of dimes drive Although the Wildcats and 'America's platter spinners from decided to try for the top via the
I the Wildcats this week by a 44 only half over at the time of this '!Bearcats hold down the last two I' the Coast to New York placed solo route and received a record.
to 25 score. | writing, the drive promises to be places in the standings, nearly all Fran into the No. 1 spot as the ing contract plus her own radio
The Hellcats had no trouble at i ithe most successful one ever lot their game scores have been femme newcomer who is heading show on New York's independent
all in their conquest over the Wildcats ,I staged at NATTC Jax. i,I i close. If the teams could make straight toward the top of an imposing station, WNEW. Popularity fort
. by 65 to 22. Leading 22 to 8 I To date, the drive has exceeded ;| one more round through the circuit list of distaff vocalists. a. femme chirper is a hard-fought
at the first turn, 29 to 5 at half- 1 last year's quota by more than the season would have been I Fran became interested in a for thing and when the opportunIty
time and 58 to 11 at the end of $100.00, with promise of much much more interesting and close. singing career when she was stilla to sing with Thornhill's band
the third stanza, the TAFers were i more to come. Over $750.00 has high school student and never arose, Fran made a quick decision
lead by Stone who tipped in eight already been turned in to help the : AT HOME i missed an opportunity to. sing I preferring to ride to the top witha
t baskets plus four charity tosses drive on Polio. Besides going over with the local bands at every band that was already well on
, for 20 points. Teammates Parks the top of last year's March of''I "Hey," cried Satan to a new I dance function that she attended.Art I its way. Fran's popularity grew
and Luckenbill followed in that i I Dimes, it has now exceeded the arrival, "you act li"e you own Mooney gave Fran her first proportionately to Claude's and
'
order with 13 and 10 respectively. splendid contributions made by this place. I professional break and she wenton The Billboard poll of the nation's
Dunlap with six, and Riggins with I NATTC personnel to this year's "I do," was the reply, "my tritegave from there to Charlie Darnel's u -twirlers is proof that Fran
1 five were the highest for the Wild-'I Communitv" Chest.- It to nw before I came here." popular band. After Barnet, Fran had made a wise choice.INTRAMURAL : .
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cats. I{ TEA is in the number one posi- --- -

The Adders jumped off to a fast ,,, tion in regard to contributionsmade. : LEAGUE PLAY ___________nhhhhUh = h = == .
start in the opening minutes of j With only a little over 200
play and then held on to their' men in the entire division, the
lead to gain their second straight school has collected a little over N, ,A s ,
' victory. Aided by the added man- | $200.00, or an average of $1.00 \ Y
power of Don Kuehl, the Adders i per man, for a perfect 100. re 5t
lead by 16 to 6 at the end of sponse.
3.
the first quarter and 24 to 13 at | Other divisions in the 100 i,
r the half, lengthening the lead to class include: TAM TLT TAF,
, 36 to 18 at the three quarter mark. i TPM, TOA, TS, TOB and the

Muvvy Solum hit the nettings for ,, Galley.
19 points on eight two-pointers The March of Dimes drive, with
and a trio of free tosses. Charlie Chaplain A. C. Boyer as NATTC
r Walker with 11 and Swede Kuehl Representative, will end on Tues-

,with eight were other high pointers day, 3 February at 1200.
I' for the Adders. For the Tigers :

Ralph Thompson had 10 points and
Jake Cizauskas had seven. Gene And Jo Present P.
_
'
The Bulldogs jumped into sec- :
ond place behind TAF as a resultof Show At AuditoriumThe :

I their 4.4 to 25 victory over the talented duo of Gene and ,
Wildcats on Tuesday. Floyd Brown Jo, magicians, completely baffled ;e 4 v ro aSa ,
led all scoring with 12 points for a large crowd of NATTC sailors h
the Bulldogs, followed by Tom last week in the NATTC Auditorium ra"
Riggins 10 for the Wildcats. Pet- Gene, the male halt of the
erbok had nine and Endonsonteven two took several nice rounds of
for the Bulldogs. applause, while Jo, the female half ,
,
of the act, was the recipient of a
Intramural League Standings I number of wolf calls as a result r.
Team Won Lost l>ct. of her stunning costumes and fig-
Hellcats 3 0 1.000
Bulldogs 3 1 .150 ure.Along with the Gene and Jo act r
Adders 2 1 .666 came five little Mexican Chihuahuas :
Tigers 2 1 .66'1 ranging in age from two to f
Wildcats 1 3 .666 17 years. In complete dress can-
Bearcats 0 3 .000 vas, each of the dogs had large
colorful ribbons about their neck. cx
Next week's Intramural schedule This constituted their wardrobe.The .
: capacity crowd scratched
2 Feb.-Tigers vs. Hellcats their heads in wonderment as Gene
A
1 ) 4. Feb.-Adders vs. Bulldogs. was securely tied in a large cloth
5 Feb.-Tigers vs. Wildcats. sack, then locked in a box. Withina
6 Feb.-Hellcats vs. Bearcats. matter of seconds he was on the
stage. The spectators were puz-

Cenlralla, Mo. (AFPS) The zled even more, when, as Gene
asked two members of the audi-
car was badly damaged after it r
overturned and rolled over five ence to inspect the box, lo and be- .
times, but Mrs. Lee Marksbury hold Jo had somehow gotten into
crawled out unscathed. Then she ,Ithe I sack and the box. It was a >' CS
make the mistake of looking at the good trick, for which both were
wreckage. She promptly fainted I given a good hand. Then of course.
and suffered a deep cut as she fell. I there was the old sword trick
that of putting Jo's head securelyin

Yonkers N. Y. (AFPS) Diogenes I a box, then ramming swords
) should be here today. Possibly through all points of it. Thoughit
his quest would be ended was old, and has been done ,v
ya
after all these years. At least City many times by most magicians dr
Manager Robert Craig Montgomery and their partners, it still continues -
was struck with amazement to baffle most of the people
when Controller Thomas V. Ken- watching.Gene .
down an $1800 pay and Jo are at present mak
.w
Increase. Mr. Kennedy said that ing a round of all the Army and ;<
ns the chief fiscal officer he knew j Navy bases in this part of the as
that the city couldn't afford it. country.
He draws an annual salary of $7200 ,- .
I
- at present. Gotten, Ind. (AFPS) C. F'I| .....''''-.--
+ I Rose recently had a case of fancy riCTlTKED ABOVE is part of the fast play In the recent Adder-Tiger game In the Intramural
IS THAT BAD house slippers stolen from his car. League. Swede Kuehl, (t1Is shown stretched out after going up in the air for a rebound. Team
Mary had a little dro s.- His only comment was that the mate Charlie Doerrler t 19t has somehow gotten possession of the ball and la preparing to take it to
Dainty, chic and airy; I thief probably wasn't finding much safer territory. In the left foreground is Thompson, while next to him is Bass, both Tiger players.
It didn't show the diit a bit, use for them. It was a case of Behind Kuehl and partly obliterated is Pederson of the Adders. The Adders won the ball game by a score
Hilt gosh, how it showed Mary. samples, all for the right foot. of 44 to 27.










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. THE OLD ONE-TWO_____.___._ _u___ ,_. More
a Fliers Add Four


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A 7 7a 7ir Names To Victory List '4



Mentor Harrv Knicketbine's
night, and the Kniekelbme-roarhed< 'with DeGroote gathering 14 priorto
high-flyin' Fliers: stayed on lads had to come from behind in his mishap. In the final gain

the victory path in their last the final four minutes of play ;in Al Henningsen banged in 31 pom La

four uutings by winning over order to win. 77-72.: The Mocs were to lead the Fliers' scoring attack.

college lives and two uncanny with their shooting from Phil McKay potted seven buckets,
two the field and also at the foul line and a free toss for 15 points ti
service conference quintets. Although the Fliers were not soho shove the Fliers into an early lead

c : Tomorrow night, the Fliers on their field shooting, they I McKay suffered a cracked rib via

: : will try to make another clean did come through when the chips one of the Pensacola. players but

Y ddrw of a two-game series WE'redown in winning this impor- still was able to throw in four
sweep this accident.
tant cage outing two-pointers after '
when they meet the Corpus Chuck Tery, Moc forward started I The leading and only ball playerfor

i (Christ! Comets on the NAT- pumping away for the visitors the Goslings was Jack Gallagher -

x PC hardwood. and sent them into a 10-1 lead The young guard led the

Ttie( Comets are one of the before Henningsen hit a tip-In for I scoring for the losers both nights
strongest teams in the Naval Air the locals. Terry continued his hot and was. the only "thorn in theside"
Conference and should streak and had 'thrown in 16 of thevisitors' of the Fliers' attack, playing -
Training
; 18 markers in the first floor .
the11'ln an outstanding game.Defeat
prove to be a worthy foe of
six minutes of play Riddle College

number IX: of the iwa- Al Henningsen, Tommy Kilgi- The Fliers added the scalp ..r
son tuna registered. by the Jax- rift and Charley Kerr: all started Riddle Inter-American College i rtheir
Navy Flier as they trouncedthe clicking for the Fliers in the late collection a week ago Tuesday

I'arrit Island Marines, <'85H. minutes of the first half and tied dropping the collegians, SO-
: on thl"1"1'(.' hardwood the count at 37-all at the intermission 65. at Miami. The locals held i
rest stop. Coming: back slim 39-33 halftime. lead but came
Tiif.*lay night Al lleiinliigteii: fresh in the second stanza, the back with their flashy fast-break
laced the winners \\ lth 1? downstate lads started bangingaway to completely outstep the Mlaiitlans. -
|lolnt4. clonely I trulle l hy Tommy again as sub center Don .

Kilarlff \lth J 15. Thl'10\ ;' Kumm potted two. buckets and ; Jim DOI
with
cal led l at 111\1 ft 1111". Sl-'>$! Itwas in Al Henningsen 23. :!-
dropped eight straight charity Groote with 16, Charley Kerr: with
)Sp 5' the Fliers' eighth straight tosses to pull away from the startled I 12 and Bill Gibbs with eight
win since losing to the Florida I Fliers.
points led the Fliers to their vic
(Jatorn.Fliers. t
lPnher.ity i I Little Neil Ensign and Charley tory.

In their first 14 encounters Kerr went to work for the Fliers -"

.. the Fliers amassed over 1,000 and dropped in 24 points between :
points and have a game averageof them to tie the count up and. Local SluggersFace

better than 70. At present, theFliers shove the Fliers into the lead Dur-
of the high.-st-scor- ing this scoring surge, Henningsen PensacolaIn
KEC'OYKKINti: MJOM: A furious assault of flying fists in the are one
in both collegiateand potted two fielders and Kilga-
combines
first round l bK111v 'hovari.. l;) In duo
riff dumped a of baskets to MeetA
rdt>!I.I Return
8"1'11'1'1
Jax-N.ivv hark fast in the final two
fcie Deiit : : Itwweight came
help the much-needed cause.
TSC In ThrillerThe
I the \unanimous decision, of the judges in Saturday'siiei Drop I
flames to \\ In
honors for the
Scoring eveningwent
blows sent the PenoU Florida I Southern CollegeMoci return match with the powerful -
at Mamsiae 'Coii''s smashing body game
to Terry of the losers with
asms won almost too hot for Pensacola boxing team is on
fIt< !lad itehng s-'ViMal, limns dining the final two rounds avenging
28 markers 12 bucketsand
handle on fancy mittmen tomorrow -
the I Im-al Klfis to tGmdayII tap for the Jax-Navy:
fhovan s opening, onslmight. a quartet of free tosses. Next night when they travelto '
for the loser was Don Kumm who station to try ant'
the Gosling
Both banged in 17 tallies on four field make It two wins in a row over
Hot Roce Develops I In Loops goals and nine free chances. Big their powerful rivals Last Satur-

RUM for the Fliers was Kerr with day at Mainside. the Flier slugger

;J.'i!: markers on 10 two-pointers anda won a 5-3 victory over the Goslings
trio of foul shots. Henningsen hosts this week hav-
but the
Of Muinsidc'"s CDge IntraMuralsA diopped in 16 points for his eve many new scrappers to clinch

ning's work. Little Nell Ensign through the ropes to do battle WI'"
piimp-'d in five buckets and a single the Fliers.
free pitch for 11 to
two-\ A\ tit in the Aiiii'iuan r : i!I.."..7MII.. VA-5 points will form the tray
Klagivrs from the undefeated' '' maiki-is i in then\ : share the His Eleven men
: spotlight. great
League hold's th.- spoils spotlight r" gisti'i-'d. anotheri! h}' wallop- eling squad for the local scrappers -
ranks.' Buddy Wolls of Opeiatioi.s' ; ;: floor game and the way he came
111 the mainside mlra-mural bask'tball t- the direction of I.t
; lake ('al under
11.ral'ln..s, 32-2:
took scoring honors for the gamwth -- :jug through; in the pinch enabled
loop this week. Operations led the win- J, Rubino. Ja<-
wright with 16 points Oomdr. Anthony
19 points. Knickelbine to realize the outstanding -
end) Supply each sporting; a record ners. ATI' 6 returned to its win- Navy= ring mentor. The mlttet *
initial of this stellar forward
its ability -
ATU No. 5 copped
VA
of four wins and a single loss inclu-l.-
ning ways by knocking off NAR slated to make the rip
are leading the junior circuitAl 1th.ugh game of the loop by defeating the TU. 37-19. with Spud Reider Richard Casclano. Richard Beck
CPO Club 42-31. Bill Blacknor led : T"lc'l
HI'upTB "
two other quintets are Hoodhoo
Administration
pounding in 15 points. Aaron Garcia George
the two loop leaders for the winners with 1J markers The The Fliers their
crowding Annex picked up anotherwin kept scoring Mike Hernandez, Eddie DeCoi
the top post. Marines also came through with Tuesday by winning an overtime guns well greased last Friday and Bob Perkins, Pat Patterson. Jim

VA ATU No. 6 and Flag Unit, another upset win as they turnedthe clash from ),[-1 Division. 36- Saturday dumping the MATH Lewis, Tommy Bevel and Jim

with records of 3-1 and 2-1 respectively tables on "Tuffy" Thompson'sNARTIJ Bob 33. John Huey paced the "yeomen"with Pensacola Goslings 59-43 and 93- Regnola. Although all of these
:
2921.
are right up near the quintet. leatherneckswith 12 markers. IS, on the loser's hardwood. The fighters might not see action, they
top in the American loop. TrailIng Weathers led the League standings as of 1200 local cagers threw everything but will not be paired off with the'
the leaders are VA ATU No. eight joints. Tuesday: the dressing room at the Goslingsas Pensacola boxers until fight time

5. CPO Club. Marm.-s. =NARTU.tmJ Ordnance and Gunnery came they went on their biggest Since the host team has a 22-
VM Unit.A from behind in the closing minutes NATIONAL IAMKKIC'A.V ':..1(1IJETI'Ax : scoring spree of the season on the man boxing squad, most of th-i
On of the game to drop a fighting wus J.'r second night of the series.
Still
&; It Top lads who fought here last Satui-
Yard Department five :39-37. Lou .o\.t-R 4 0 In the first Friday, the
game
The powerful A & R quintet, Admlnlletl'atloR Annelt 5 1 day will not face the same mciiNine
Charles Chism, Hovanac pumped the Gunnery 2 2 Fliers surged into a 20-point l lead
coached by Chief IATl bouts are on the slate for tomorrow
|.i still the cream of the crop in boys to their victory by canning 0\\ dna 'cc and Cunn.'y 2 :l early\ in the second half and werE- nightJAXNAVY
senior circuit AdministrationAnnex 12 quick points in the last half. '\:a .1 Hospital 2 2 never more than mildly threatenedin .
the 3
Administratnn Annex: had to go M-I Division :l the remaining minutes of the
is still!! crowding the undefeated r "tnlmu"lcatlorlJ 2 3 (iOLFKKS: TO
A & R'ers with five wins all out to down Communications, I 1 aid' Dtpal tmcmt 2 3 till The Fliers really suffered a
that to 40with Frank Retrivi contributing VA ATe No i 1" loss in this encounter, though, 1'LAY AT GAINESVILLK
and a single loss, being
the A A R five. 12 points for the winners LKAfittK: considering the loss! of Jim De- A 20-man golf team representing
Groote for several I games. Goingup Jax-Navy will travel to the
NIY J,()'l'Operations
intra-mural last week, 1' :AM
In play
ATU 4 won its fist game' of 4 1 for a rebound DeGroote was Gainesville Country Club this
IATU dropped Ordnance and Gun- the :season by dropping the highly- 1 Supply 4 1 sliced to the deck by a Gosling. He Sunday where they will match
by the wayside 4328. as Hal VA AVU No. 6 3 1
nery his vertebrae and divots with team representingthat
bucket touted IATU five, 24-20, with Jim Flag Unit 3 1 injured saw only a
Robertson potted eight Weber throwing<< in seven pointsto VA ATI' No 5 3 at'PO limited action Saturday night although club.
and a charity toss for 17 marker lead the winners. The winners'ne -' 2 he did collect 16 points The local linksmen recently defeated -

to pace the winners. M-l Division Yard :.., defense WM by far the most ":Nuinee. 2 1 .:.1NAR'l' .1VM Tommy Kilganff picked up 16 the St. Augustine Country
ran roughshod over a hapless
woikable zone yet seen in intramural t nit d 4 markers III the initial encounter Mub at the losers''! course.
five 24-9 Billy
pepartment as
Stowe led the winners' scoring attack play. The Naval Hospitalput LEaDERS II
LOOP
another win into its books, INTRA-MURAL
Communications
with 11 points. -
dl'opping1 Div;sion. 31-27. with
won "a close one from a
Scrapping VA ATU No. 4 quintet, Henry White collecting 10 mark-

22.20 Johnny Jacobs paced the ers.The
winners with 12 tallies CPO Club also registeredits c
first win of the season bv defeating -
the Seahawks
Supply dropped ,
VA ATU No.6. from the undefeated the VM Unit, 34-18. u

ranks by a 27-23 score. Joe lies. : :
Eifert led the winners with 12

markers. Spud Reider paced the Supply took tho part of the .
losers with eight points. In one giant-killer Friday... they bumped -
of the best played tilts of the oft their second straight undefeated
league Operations bumped off team ; )p'!ratioris. Joe Ei-

Flag Unit 39-38 to also drop the fert, led the Suppliers with 20 r :
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NAS Tigers Meet Stanton

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High In Two-Game SeriesStarting ,

i I
their season off on the
into the lead with two minutes .
lax
NAS
right foot the Tigers -
remaining. Leading by four points \
will resume court action tomorrow at
night when they meet a powerful and 30 seconds of playing time q"'g
Stanton High five of Jacksonvilleat left the Tiger defense weakenedand rt p
the latter's hardwood and then the vUitois: tossed in four
quick markers to tie the count as
return Saturday
play a game
night: at the NATTC ,gymnasium.The :: the game ended In the extra p>.'-
colored nettera opened their riot, Lee Scott, Tiger guard, potted -
three straight buckets from
with overtimewin
season a thrilling a
Veterans out around the foul line to handl .-
over the Hastings !: ,
.45-44, before a large crowd last all the scoring for the Tigers. The
at the NATTC Jim Hasting; ]lads threw in five points\
Thursday gym. two baskets and toss! .. ... _. ,, _., _. ,,.
Walker paced the Tigers to their on a gratis sw i HH9gw H''y""owwyw5ra """"""" "--- ---" "- -- "-" ""
Initial win as he canned 11 buck- all the game ended. CONTINt'INCi TO SHOW era supt .'ma- v in miia mural! spoit I I(1; i 1:0 no, ,Ii In"p. ag): spot ot 'h-, '
ets and a set of charity tosses for Tuesday, night the colored outfit =National League with its team the on undefeated>d quintet In cobshardwood ',rout: The A A R' 'r< !II

21 points to lead the scoring; for traveled to St. Augustine where walked off with first plat e in the loop's, softball'hi'rnpIOn4hlp! and then breezed through and won th>'

the evening. they faced a crack Florida Normal touch football league without a loss blemishing then column. Team members pictured above include

After trailing 23-17 at halftime outfit, and last night they playedthe front row, left to right John Decoulos, Calvin Schaue, Edward Nlcgar ki, Norman DeNoon. and Belton
the Tigers started the net I powerful Howard Academy Taylor: back row. left: to right. Karl Belke Wllburt Mellon, Jack Monasky. Pit Hunt James Hootli.

swishing with points and pnlied Bull-Ion\ !at Octla Walt Lee Buck Buntm. Bill Jones, and Chief Charles Chism. team> t'l'Id.Gage .








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