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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1948
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Vol 5-No. 43 5 February 1948I
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Ii U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA




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a NAS Exceeds All EXDectations


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SURGEON GENERAL IS WELCOMED NATTC Also Contributes

BuAerSchedulesMet

Huge Sum In Polio Drive

Or ExceededThroughoutYear
Although Jacksonville naval activities have extended

their appeals for contributions to the March[ of Dimesan

I additional week to conform to the Jacksonville campaign,

the Naval Air Station wound up its fund raising effort

Station Beneficial Tuesday with a record response from all hands. Bolstered

Suggestions Program by 582.93 r from the Second Annual Admiral's Ball and
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Contributing Factor Training Unit a staggering more than was collected in 1947.
I 'otal of 2200.67 was turned overto It was expected that the overall
The year 1947 was the most t a Chaplain James M. Coyle, NAS Navy total would rise to record
heights when all commands end
successful one from a produt ampaign chairman. This sum
tion standpoint in the historyof van more than double the amount their respective campaigns. Still
to be heard from Seventh
are
raised from like sources last year. "
the NAS Assembly and The Naval Air Technical Train Naval l District Headquarters,

Repair Department, it was ing Center also concluded its drive NAATC, and the Naval Hospital.
revealed here this week in an Y at this week with tremendous sues.x. Station officials were gratifiedat
o r With its far less the overwhelming response
analysis just completed by "" : personnel
t which greeted this drive.
year's
'han a year ago. NATTC. sparked
the department's Manage ' nient Engineering: Office down to the tune of $1,040 $400 the Admiral's Ball Saturday night
Bureau of Aeronautics schedules k at the 0" Club Next came the
were met or exceeded throughoutthe A&R civilian employees with,
year and new production 4 INSURANCE NEEDEDTO $0724.:; The famed "Battle of the
records were established bv 1 the States," usually a terrific sourceof
local activity, the analysis showed contributions, yielded only
Despite the semi-annual t/o 1 Ass., OPERATE AUTOS $107.14 this year because the bottler -
wee.); shutdowns in June and December were not set out until latein
and the limitations imposed k e the campaign.
a
by the cuitailment oi .-'< hed- ABOARD STATION Other departmental totals included -
ules during the latter halt of the a Ship's Service -- $148.07;
year, a record 660 aircraft werr" Effective on or about 1 ATD $111.77; Mainside Movie -
overhauled by AftR. This: ,ex .-..d .. k: X t $118.96; Supply$3964 ; Student
ed by 26 planes the pieviou.s nigh, : t April all military personnel Officers' Movie $87.22; Publio
(Continued\ on Page 3)) !legularly attached to activities Works $83.34: ; Yard Department
0 aboard the Naval Air $70.58: A&R Inspection $61.50
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on Page 3)
Prep Course For the :"IIlI"d < 'hi": ', ur. t the 3'u''ni' \ ,,/: :M 1 , ;aii, is greeted upon his arrival here, lat Kii'iay by Captain James: L. operating privately-own
Academy Exam Is I Holland. District< Medical Otfreer, while Captdin I Y. M.i.son. 7th 1 ed vehicles on the station unless Income Tax Help
N D. Chief of Staff', looks nn. The Admiral spoke to a gathering they carry adequate Prop-
of :Naval Hospital start personnel on Food and Nutrition: \ in Km tope
and Public Liability Offered Service
Offered To EM'sEnlisted erty Damage -
and the Far Ka.st. He only recently' relumed tram a survey ol conditions -
in that area ot the globe Insurance it was an-
men interested in entering ---I nounced this week in Station Personnel HereExpert
the U, :), Naval
: Academymay
attend the Order No. 318. assistance in income tax:
now Navy School Fliers Stretch Win Streak To
Academy and College Preparatory, i New vehicle passes will be Issued return problems is being feted
at Bainbridge, Maryland( for a sometime around this date by the service personnel here by C. J,
short period if they are. unable to 12 Straight During Past Week Naval Air Station Yard Office, and Blanchard of the Jacksonville office -
take the full course of instruction, proof must be shown by militarypersonnel of the Bureau of Internal Revenue -
it was announced this week in I 1 that this insurance is eliminating the necessity of
AINav 1048. Currently ruling the crest of a 12-game: win streak, I being carried before the passes a trip to the downtown office.
Heads of Departments at NAS the Jax-Navy Fliers will go into action once more tonight will be issued.It All service personnel who are in
were requested to submit lists of I when they take on the Kiddle Inter-American College quin- i in not mandatory that civil need of help in the preparation of 1
recommended candidates by 17 ian employees\ carry the insurance, their income tax returns were be-
tet at the'NATTC Auditorium at :'OOO. Tomorrow the locals I
February. it was pointed out. But, if the ing urged by station officials to
The AINav reads in part: "The will battle the Memphis Hellcats in a two game series. They I owner does not carry insurance, he take advantage of this: opportu-
Chief of Naval Personnel will accept -! were scheduled to meet Key West last night in the second I will be issued a red pass In the nity.Blanchard I
nomination such meu to game of the Seventh Naval Distract i same design as the other passes will be at Bldg. 930
Continued on Page: t I .:hmlna tions. I II with the words "Not Insured" from 0900 to 1630 on 11 and 1*
Last week the Fliers added four I I :J/'t/ I printed across the middle. Civilians February" at Bldg. 500> for NATTC
more victories o their win total I showing proof of Property personnel on 10 February from
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HEADS PERSONNEL and Public Liability Insurance 0900 to 1630, at the Administration
: two of whit': were Naval Air l uri w; s''p Damage
1m Trainingthletic Conference contests i I coverage will be issued a Building of the Naval Hos-
The Parris Island Marines "Our future I lit bawd on )'0"1'I I i pass corresponding to those given pital on 12-13 February between
and the Corpus Christi! Comets i I knou ledge! don't live in the | military peiaonnel. If at a later 0930 and 1600 and at the Admin-
I date, insurance is bought by civil istration Building of the Naval
were the quintets which felt the part I Check out a training&
powe- of the -Oi I cage squad court+ today :'' ian workers, their parses will be Station at Green Cove Springs on /
:ers Down KeyV'et I Continued on Page 2 :19.20 February from 1000 to 1600.
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The Jax--I vy cage squad won
NEW SAFETY BILLBOARD f
the initial game of a twooutofthree :
.t series wltli Key W 3t to decide -
the Seventh Naval District I

t. Champion, .4-18, Tuesday at the
NATTC Auditorium. J
In stretching their win streakto
twelve, the Fliers also main-
tained a 70-point-a-game average -'w'it
white soundly trouncing the visitors !
from the South. Though they driving-..
played rather sluggish ball in the
first half they went on the rampage be careful I
in the final canto to swampthe
Key West quintet.
Al Henningsen of the Fliers led *THEWhen UFE YOU SAVE
tl.e :locals in the scoring column, I
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J.T. CO IDH. WILLIAM U.IIAKItlNGTON notching 28 markers for his MIGHT-/-" DE YOUR OWN
: assumed the night's work. HI'< was followed by
duties of NAS Pi'isonnel Officer Tom Kilgari who netted 13
,- recently, replacing Lt. markers, and Bill Gibbs who contributed -
." 11 points to the victory
Comdr. Frank B. Stone who fArr1NT1ON
was assigned to duty with VA Kllers! 67, (Comet .17; j
ATU No. :5.> The new Person- The Jac sonvill squad: kept its
nel Officer WM formerly attached conference record unmarred last
to the Physical Training week by pinning a 67-\7: defeat -- = I ,
and Welfare Department on the Corpus Chris Comets at WAS GALLED station's safety campaign last week by the erection of a huff
fury and was a member of the the NATO Auditorium before'! sign ai the Main Gate warning motorists to be careful when driving. Here, Thonia Lindsay Sic of
Jaa-Navy football eleven lastM4AJOII. l.iWO spectators.( The! win trt'tt'll-l'' the Transportation Pool step from hi* vehicle to look over the warning which M printed In huge rl
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J/jr1j11111/ I (Continued from Page 1)
,, I changed to correspond with hd l
I passes Issued to 'car owners in '
sured for Property Damage and
zI i i Public Liability.
I l According to the station order, .
: : this action was taken to decrease
the number of accidents and pro-
I kl mote vehicular safety in conjunction
with a national safety program
now underway.
Prior to receiving the new auto
gate passes, car owners will be
I M required to comply with the following
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1. Show proof of ownership by
: the title or registration certificate

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l 2. Show a valid driver's license.
3. Show proof of Property
; Damage and Public Liability in-
t surance and expiration date of
such coverage. (For military personnel
54 only).
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Benefit BallsNOT IN THE NEWS ATNAS

ONLY DID personnel
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4I SPEEDY YARD MAIL SERVICE
activities the annual
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March of Dimes appeal with t rr
I contributions throughout the
drive, but three separate affairs -
were staged last week to
E raise additional funds to fight
polio. ( Upper left) The Admiral'sBall
held at the "O" Club Sat-
v v urday night, was a glittering
: gathering in formal attire (Up- ,
u t.T per right) Led by Captain Ca- PC'T
} : mille M Shaar, medical officerin
command, a Grand March of y
Dimes highlighted the Naval
Hospital's Benefit Ball Friday
p i0a night. I Lower) The weekly
t Crew's Dance at Mainside Au-
pI ditorium was also a fund-raiser
for the battle against infantile
.,
paralysis. While there was no a
.rt'S set admission as at the Admiral'sBall
I ; ((10 dimes), the dimes i .
clinked endlessly into the huge

r'f f>' ;; EMARCH coin evening.container throughout the

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S : t S?s: THE STiiSNiV; ; mobile' 'Yard M"illservice was being'hailed

Ii IiI as a great time-saver by all departments last week Removing the

\ OfDIMES YY necessity of sending messengers to the Ad Building for intra- tation
mail, the service offers a minimum of two pick-ups and deliveries daily.
: Above) G L. Watkins, Sic hands a package of mail to Jim Hollen-
t back Sic for delivery during a routine trip around NAS,
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'S I Ky JEAN O'HRYANT, Y2C I II IMPORTANT"PATIENT

Some of our gals evidently :
with a few songs but was a little I e
red on one. Was it warm haven't been eatin' their Wheat-
there on the stage? We'll have to ies," cause the barracks is taking nr5w

fix that right away. All joking on the appearance of WAVES SickBay '
aside a thanks to both of them Sarge and Johnnie are busyas
for helping out you're always :
bees full ot
liked by all. keepin' everyone
1 A TIP OF THE HATLO medicine, and friends of the "in-

CHIEFS HAT: No news is good valids" provide room service bv
I news, but there's good news to- chow from the
over gal-
carrying
( KELLER CAP I
By R. ,
night. Over the past week, several ley. Hazel Miller, Merle Harm!
At the week-end dances we'
chiefs have put new pagesin
ton, and Rosie Devine have been
had a nice turnout and believe their records for one thingor keeping one wing occupied and
everyone had a good time. More another. Chief Gushanas be-
now Jo Bies has started on the
and more are coming each time came the proud father of a 6y2 other side. Hope it stops there
and that always helps to make pound baby girl. For once, two Hurry and get well, girls, Spring
the dances more successful. will be company but three will will be here before you know it.
There were steak dinners given be even better. Chiefs Wilson,
away and they even tried to hand Pierce and Bowman each acquireda RIGHT AROUND HOME '- ?
out a few (FEW? who's better-half, making the year Schenl!y is decidedly on the road
kidding who here?) of those always 1948 a year they will never for- to recovery she is really en-
her convalescence and
usable dollars, but no one get. (At lease let's hope not joying Y
seemed to want 'em. Chipps, be- for the good of health, limb and thinks that "purple" heart' gives
ing the agreeable guy that he is, country). A very, very hearty her the "new look.* Nobody got rt .
married last week, but weve hada
said he would not carry it over congratulations to them all, with couple of near "Mrs." __ __m __ ___.__. .__.. _._____
but double it for next week's
the best of luck always. SCIIENLEY THE WAVES mascot, has been receiving much
drawing. And just to show he was HONORS ARE FLYING: There Barb Dyer is being mysterious, but attention and sympathy since her recent run-in with a station motor
on the level, gave us a song. were a few ranning around here we're suspicious. Pete and Pet scooter. And thriving on such treatment, the plucky canine Is wellon
(Hmmmm, there must be SOME- and there this week but I wasn't Gushanus, the proud parents of the way to recovery. In the above photo, Schenley complacently
THING that guy can do1)! M able to bring them into focus in little "Lou" who arrived last Sat- curls up on a sofa while Helen Pachter, AMM2c, Helen Kraus, AC-
Black, who said her kinfolk had time for this issue. Maybe by urday, shouldn't have any trouble MM, Eleanor Stahlbush PhM3c, and Skipper Edge, Sp< Si3c, keep .
nothing to do with it, gave out next week more things will come finding a baby-sitter, Instead they vigilant watch in case of a relapse
to make With may have to put up signs read- _.
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. GOOD ..JonSEI'AUATEES several in mind, I pass till later. ing, "Please do not handle the NAS OFFERS BLOOD
i PS--Friday the 13th!! The en- baby" The wires from Green
tertainment, food, decorations, Cove to the WAVES Barracks
etc., are all lined up for the pay phone are really busy these
"Hard Luck" Dance. It should be days wonder if the men down
one of the best yet, and every- there are more plentiful or just
one will want to be there. Aboveall less suspecting? Hmmm, how
I' don't forget the costumes- far is it to G. C. ? Duke and

; : hard luck all the way. (No, you Niki had their 1st anniversary on
y. 4a February 1-please not that all
can t borrow my greens!)
three of the girls who had the r>
original interest i in 'the collies
Prep were all married before the pups
were a year old. The moral of
(Continued from Page 1) the story Is-well, figure it out
be ordered to the Preparatory for yourself. Anybody know
School for such preliminary in- where you can buy some dogs
struction as time will permit and cheap?? The WACS were quite ,
I ui tune to take the competitive reluctant to leave here, so the foul WCY
examination 21 April 1948." weather last week did please

4 The change was made in orderto someone. Had the Army gals
insure all outstandingly well- been able to get: paid over hen
qualified enlisted men the oppor- they would have been quite satis
tunity to take the Naval Acad- fied to remain indefinitely. .
emy examination and to "brush- Our basketball team is. contemplating -
LEAVING the 'I up" prior to the examination.The a trip to Memphs this
Navy for civilian life during the competitive examinationfor week to play a civilian team up Il
past few weeks also helped boost entrance to the Academy will there hope they don't get
the total raised here for the be given only at the Naval School, "weathered in," but then there
March of Dimes. Through the I Academy and College Preparatory, might be interesting things in.
ceaseless efforts of Chief O J. I it was stated. The AlNav did not .
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Kelly who was in charge of the i alter regulations governing com- there, so all you athletes better JUSl'OXIHNU TO Till; call from the Jacksonville Blood Bank
dimes drive at the SepCen, petition of Naval Reservists for take along fur-lined shoestrings I for type "O" blood, would-be donors crowded Mainslde Dispensary
$214.70 was contributed by men I appointment to Annapolis. . your There seems to be a"fudgemaking" last Jriday However, only a few had taken the precaution of rot
going through the center. The I Enlisted personnel interested in on lately eating prior t to off"nng the lifp-gtvmg fluid and all others had to be
chief is shown above proudly attending this school so that they spree I turned dew n The Bank M III be out again as soon as arrangements
counting the 'take" which will may try for entrance to the Acad best we watch our waist can be completed and donors will be notified via the Plan-of-the-Day,
aid in the campaign to knock emy should contact their Divisionor line" too. Cotta keep in shape for In the photo above, Blood Bank nurses Mary Francis Moore and Pauline
out pclio Personnel Officers immediately ehlppln! over'' I Werner take blood from Alice Berry a civilian employee.


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MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMOVIES

:J : Weekdays-1730 and 2000; "et"k-ends-Usa and 2000.

THURSDAY
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l ; "BANDITS OF DARK CANYON," with Allan Lane
? 4 FRIDAY;

"CAPTAIN. BOYCOTT," featuring Stewart Granger.

SATURDAY,

KIDDIE SHOW at 1330. Five" Cartoons. Feature-"MY GIRL

TISA," starring Lilli Palmer.SUNDAY


"MY GIRL TISA," starring Ulll Palmer.
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LT. JAMES E. CUNDY Assistant Superintendent i of Aviation Training for Material, was treatedto "MARY LOU," with Robert MONDAY Lowery.

a farewell party in honor of his retirement bv Training office personnel last Friday in the Administration TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

I Building Captain Herbert S. Duckworth Commanding Officer of NAS who served as "SLEEP MY LOVE," featuring Claudette Colbert.

Cundy's flight Instructor at Pensacola years ago, attended the party along with many of the retiring THURSDAY

\l I officer's personal friends. Lt. Cundy had been attached to Naval Aviation for twenty "WILD HORSE MESA," starring Tim Holt.
years prior to his retirement.
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JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMShows

BuAer Schedules start at 2000
II Commercial Bulletin I THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

(Continued from Page 1)) "MY WILD IRISH ROSE." with Dennis Morgan.
of 634 set in 1945 through the Bulletins will be accepted: until space has been filled, but not later SATURDAY

than 1000 .I.Ue8 ay. Ext. -530.: "
shifts! I "WILD HORSE MESA, featuring Tim Holt
FOR SALE venlent to NAS located at 110 St. .
Another record chalked SUNDAY
was
up and tarms. Phone
Davon. Ortega !
In 1917. In addition to the 660 I All for 13.75! sour si el-slat vene- "CAPTAIN BOYCOTT Stewart
tian blinds, like new. Fit :20.! windows 2-2.0.,1.;; F. A. Von Ebersteln starring Granger.
overhauled aircraft, the depart Cream: with matching tapes. Baby buggy, $10. Good condition. G. MONDAY AND TUESDAY"MY
; ment turned out 59 repaired aircraft Also two composition board blinds In L. Thompson, 3414A Ellyaton St., GIRL TISA," with Lilli Palmer.

and 259 modifications. I good condition at 4531 Blount Greene Ave.Ext., Tlmu-8184, Nw8sII: spin-dry washing machine, WEDNESDAY"MARY
or see
Engine overhaul met assigned quana Manor. $155: ; set of Americana Encyclopedia LOU," featuring Robert Lowery.
and six volumes 01'orll1 War 11
Good transportation.
workload schedules month after 19,17 Jstudebaker.
with bookcase 125. Phone 2-JOS7 orExt.
Phone 2503:1.Wells. : ,
month to overhaul a total of 884 1948 .tag 1..31$275 Cumberland: cash. Koad. 745; Michael OTHER EVENTS

engines and repair an additional 1917! isasn tour-door sedan. months Radio Electric washing, apartment machine size. 4'b Like galloncapacity new, BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
86. The number of overhauls weather eye 3,400\ miles 2V* $20. H. Murphy, Ext.: 8200,. .4061
old. List price $1755. Private owner MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 12002100.
completed on a one-shift basis F. M. Jones Myra St., Munay 11111.
?none 4-4591. Club meets at 1900 Wednesaays.
G. K. electric size. A-l
during 1947 compared favorably 1941 Chrysler Royal club coupe, $850.Financing best. condition, six I wasner months large old Reason MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
with the quantity produced in available. 8144 Today able. Phone 8-2218: or contact LL Fridays.l'HOTOGRAl'HY.
: Call Qulna, Ext. or phone
previous years, the study disclosed. buy (Jg) R. T. Jones at ATU No. 5.
CLUB-Room 5 913. Meets 1930
3-1.>86-1. Federal enlarger model 219 also equipment Bldg. at
: 1911 Uldnnoblle club coupe.dramatic Clean drive ra-, $40. Phone 4-5212:. E. K. Davis Thursdays.
While records were being set in dio and h tetfcJ'i 3195 Brentvvood Ave
$1050 D. P. Jr. BOg-714. COWLING.-Six alleys located In Mainside Recreation BuildingNo
quantity, quality records were Hoom 141, Ext. bbS. Roll-away. Can bed be, very folded comfortable and rolled, sleepsone. out 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 :o 2130.
also being broken. Production 1940 ilulcK Super seclunette Radio and BOXING For information workouts contact Lieut.
excellent condition of sight if desired 01 used as couch regarding ,
quality in Engine Overhaul for heater. R.low C. mileage Waterhouse, Ext. 8151.19oS Originally $30.95. will sell lor $.'0; Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
the year exceeded the Navy aver- Chevrolet four-door sedan. Kaalo. small chest of drawers four draw-
), $5; record album
ers ; cabinet with
age based upon the percentage of rebuilt engine Priced new reasonable front end, four Sgt. two drawers.. Phone 2-5410. Mrs 1500.MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in

engines rejected. Only 2.8 enginesper new Ayers tires.Ext Oil.19oU Grace Schulz the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
Living room couch and chair set with
100 overhauled in the Jax Plymouth deluxe Howard four-door, Ext.sedan.470 matching curtains. $;;0. Wilson their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions

A&R were rejected, as comparedwith 1316A Perfect Randolph condition.St.. NAS. 3SO4A) Norman &t, Dewey Park. by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
the Navy average of 5.8 per 1911 Dodge convertible. Radio and Silvertone portable radio in brown nograph available for use of all hands.
with
plastic case convenient carrying
100.The heater new top tires and motor. handle, only slightly used $25. Wilson LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Building
$1150. Phone 9-1502
study attributed the out- M.Private E:. Pipkin.owner. 1045: Sorrento Road. OH 3212 Dillon Ave No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday.< Saturdayfrom
circulating heater will heat
standing performance and pro- 1931 Packard "6" Sedan Heater good rooms. Mrs. S. K. Long, 5236 Hyr-four 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
duction records to increased condition. 35. Phone 2-7430, Joe am Ave, Wesconnett. SWIMMING-Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1800
4623 Merrimac Ave., near I
worker contributions through the Arab Blanding Road Four complete rooms of furniture $275 to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300 to 2100.

Beneficial Suggestions Program 19.i6;\ Indian Chief. Good running con- ing Includes room three-piece suite 9x12/ wool overstuffed axminlstei liv-: I GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun..,.
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and other channels, the refine- dition. Schabert. Hangar Bks.114"E"VA. rug end table, drum table, coffee day from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
No. :5 electric shop or
ments in organization and pro Ext. 8200. table floor lamp, phonograph-radiO I trunks prohibited on Golt Course.
cedures, and the cooperative spirit scooter with transmission combination four-piece bedroom set, I
1947 Cushman motor spring and mattress, twin beds desk, CIIORAOE-Opel1 daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
which infused the entire depart- two A-l speeds condition forward, originalcost original dressing table, chair kitchen table cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
paint.
ment. with four chairs other table and
$200. 1948license. Field.
$300. selling I price I lamps,
and
large small
Phone 2-3722 or 2-8661, 1236 Nothing sold separate. J. R.pictures Belk-: TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train
Road, Mr. At'hFI'
or 1286 Cumberland < nap 3722B Riley :St., Dewey Park. ing Building No. 726.

March OfContinued lev' ng boat $20. Ext. 322 Bldg. 1941 built Chrysler, will fit engine DeSoto, completely or Chiyslet re I ARCHERY-Club: located in Bldg. 899, open daily from 1800

Sly, Chief Colllcott. from 1938 to 1942. J. R. Belknap to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
( from rage 1) 1947 Leonard electric refrigerator, 9 cu. 3722B
Riley St..
months like Mrs. Dewey Park/ or Everyone welcome.
Marines $52.87; A&R Military B.ft. Molon.Used five Ext. 731. 1232 Lisbon new. St.. Blue Ext; cravenetted 696 during top-coat working, size hours.39 long. I NURSERY-SponsoreQ by the Navy Wives Club In Bldg. 1101.

Personnel $41.09; X-l Division Southslde. Good condition Chief Colllcott. Bldg.: Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2400; Saturday-0700 to

$34.84; Communications-$34.81; Five-room home.pre-war Barrel stuccoonconcreteblock tile roof landscaped 545. Ext.: 3Z.! 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents

1>1 Division-$24.00; Sr. BOQW48 corner lot with trees and Folding carriage Whitney mattress baby and carriage with i for each additional child; Card-$3 for one child; $10 for two children;
baby scale, $15,
$ :! ; Physical Training and shrubbery screened porch fireplace, Peele. 1340B Randolph St., NAS. I and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$1
kitchen oil heater I
Welfare tile bath and space
-J18.36; Industrial Rela- < Shotgun Remington
pump 12 gauge, from 0700 to 1800.SALVATION .
and hot water heater venetian -
tions $15.03; PO-1 $12.56; pas model 31, improved cjUnder bore. Lt. I
blinds. Garage attached. $8750 Browning Ixt 420. ARMY: SERVICEMEN'S CENTER-602 West Adams
WAVES $9.81; Administration can be FilA and G,I. financed. Phone Twin '' Ster-o-matle baby carriage above Lane Drug Store, one block west t\J Navy Bus Station.
4605 Blount Ave, : 'hl.nn.
Bldg. Jug-$6.35; Navy Relief 2-9313.Tlmuquana F. B.Manor.Stone. Glitz, 1437B Child St, Free use of recreation room, writing room, library, music room, check

$6.17; Jr BOQ-$5.69; and Main- 1939 Pontiac coupe, '1 \\7 7lh equity Two NAS.army-type single cots with mattresses room, and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
side Dance-$4.97. A late contribution for cash Thompson, pillows; and spilngs. $7.50 bar. Open' from 12 noon to 12 midnight.
of $14 came from Area St? NAS. 75x150 each Phone 81219. O'Nell 113J
I Wage and Classification Office. Five Well large drained lots approximately good ground Con- Hamilton Ave I south of NAS gate, turn right on
Double bed coil springs and
mattress Collins Road go two blocks tUl'nleU.
--- Reminded
,., baby auto bed and mattress, baby last house on left. Le\ins. I Employees
YOU CllN'T WIN By Hough scale, and bathlnette. Very reason- FOR nE TTwobedroom
able. Mrs. Randall, 1317B Randolph apartments unfurnished Not To
o St.. NAS.Bedroom with all electric equipment in SpeculateIn
suite and living 1
furniture
room new Atlantic Beach development.
Being transferred must sell Available to officers under lease Stocks And BondsA
at once. :bee:; Chief Farmer, 1443A through Harley DeLoach Insurance
Child St., NAS. after 1630. 111 North Third Street
Agency.
p .-. 4\\\\ Set of officer's greens and get of officer's Jacksonville Beach. recent Navy Department circular

Phone 2-2003 khaki, McLlweei gabaidines.: size 37I Room in private home use of tele- letter called attention to the
I
Phone 2-1773 Mrs R. L.
i Blue phone. fact that all government employees
topcoat size 38 medium. $25:! Collins. 4702 Astral Ave.
4r\ ) I I 1 with white gold ring, blue stone, size 5V! Double bedroom with kitchen privil are prohibited from speculating

I sliver matching Tj30' Jaselum bracelet| of Ext.sterling 8273.: eges. Couple tlt'a'o! : children! or petsPhone in corporate stocks, bonds, or
Wester. 4823
>n
u- YpUR | 1220A Hancock St., NAS. commodities.A .
1Nly 15 1941 Schult trailer. 24 ft.. tandem Dundee Road.
SARRPCKy 't wheels. electric refrigerator/ and extras > Ulll\\t reh r with couple kltrroC::; letter dated 22 April 1937
y i >; r Lot 21, Yukon roller Park Two from the President of the United
LIr N j or see Dale E. Schwartz, Galley *'. Edgewood movie, NAS bus line and States was quoted for informationand
Ext. 8118.Telephone shopping center. Phone 3-0853-R, Mrs
stand and chair fibre Hertzman. 3338 Randall St. guidance."I .
olio pwooldresses l chairs rug, Six-room bungalow, new 761Howard Located believe It to be a sound policy .
,sizes 10. In Murray Hill. Phone "
Sahl of Government the letter
the
Illhl tr 1223A Hancock St.. NAS. 1065 Veronica Ave. ,
1447 Buick Floartma ter four-door se- Room in private home, also garage'Riverside said "that no officer or employee
I II II I d'ln.' 7.000 miles, three months old section Phone 2-9-142, Mrs: shall participate directly or Indirrctly .
C'hlt't Elt'c J. K. Eason. Bids 510',. Short after 1700. in any transaction concerning .
F\t: :101 Furnished loom with kitchen privileges -
j .\ / r-2 camera, built-in range find- child welcome Phone 7-6486 the purchase or sale of corporate .
er.: (*.!i. lens' leather carrying case. Mrs. Kuhling. after 1730. 2658 College stocks or bonds or of commodities
)t0 Clnxton Bks. 6, NATTC. Ext St. for
speculative purposes, as
I Be private home, adjoining
I I Hallknfter} communication receiver thbig linen furnished, use of( distinguished! from bona tide Investment .
,. model S-38. 540 kllorvcles) to 31 rt1ell- living room and phone. Near NAS purpo. EngagementIn
i nicies. Like new $W. Schap. Ext. Phone 2-5778 WANTFHLarge Mrs Se ar. such speculative activities by

Thuv bedroom house! FH.\ approved crib. Phone 2-3762 or ext. 420. any officer or employee, whether
Fyellent condition Inside l ond out! K M. Delehaunty. under the competitive civil sere
i I at 56100) for ojlek sale. Ext.. Two bedroom suites, dining room suite ice or not, should be the
:fm.l-jrTrihracJ: 2"323. Mycri 4332 and living room suite. Ext. 295 Mrs among
Thompson. matters considered by the heads of
.. I 1017! Meu'ury club coupe 10.000 miles 191 or '40 Chevrolet sedan Kltlar. ; departments and establishment
veiv clean and like new S2050. Chief Shop 1439, AAR. I and by the Commission! in passIng'upon
fu-HSM. ext SOU: Bldg 726! Two or three bedroom furnished house
Ri 's'tuttf\ hooded complete with pad. or apartment. Will pay ad.vane. questions concerning hit
Inm lining and removable stand. Phone 2-8953 rre t.lJ\713.Haas. qualifications for retention or advancement.
A" > :Murray It (camera completewith ."
flash ftttal'hment. case, andlltht Two riders from Jax Beach or vicinity
!; mctfi. Ext 8t61 01 373 Brewer. to NAS. Leave Jax Beach at 0630.
'rwo-bedroom home gas stove auton3tc Chief li'rt'nclext.. 458. No, stupid, trees don't become

"I think they're carrying this fuel conservation program a j I sell ;bt-fore wati i 13 h Fob..atci marked:Ice box down Must for cook. MISCELLANEOUSAl can be found at 111 West petrified when be wind make

littio too far." auk(( sale Practically new 2 \


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IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves

\\J1fl }.. I 5-
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rainy i P1. L.di2iii .

Editorial Offices I
South Wing, Loner Deck, Bldg. 930 News anclViews fromStat ai\ UMISMATICS iiiii'H' \\

Telephone Extension 8184 II -, 50C1TY'I
Arthur M. Greene Editor ChM, 1 )

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the y 1 III ti \ '
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and 9 h
printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat One of the gravest ills permeating this

no expense to the government and in compliancewith world today is the mistrust that men hold, I I I i iJ
SecNav Circular Letter 4 -1918 dated 12 December /
toward another. There is
1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat one no greater

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical ground for disruption amongst men and nations ,
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval
than when there is lack of confidenceand
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air as a result, mistrust. The man who
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range does not or cannot trust his wife will find

and- the U. S. Naval Hospital.- growing within himself the seed of discon-

Rear Admiral Ralph Davison tentment and resultantly the undermining of -ryrereJ
Commandant, Seventh Naval District that basic principle of true love-trust in i
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training
each other. So with nations. The peace

Captain Hubert Jacksonville S. Duckworth.Naval Air USN.Station Commanding sought, amongst nations today is far from a

solution because there is a mutual suspicionas

Captain Jules F. Schumacher USN. Commanding to the motives of action taken on all sides.
Naval Air Technical Training Center
There can be no peace until men work from

Captain C. M. Scharr MC), USN, Commanding. fundamental principles of morality.The .
U. S. Naval HospitalCa
man who fails to recognize the moral

>ptJn Naval F. W.Air lestman Reserve,Tialnlng USNR, Commanding Unit principles of marriage in his personal life

but demands such recognition on the part a

Lt O> T. C. Mailne Moore. Jr.Barrack, USMC, Commanding. of his wife surely has no basis for complaint -

should she also fail on her part. Marriageis "Oh, MI that's what U mt-iMio. Then 1 think I'll join-I'm just
Lt. I. C. Floerchlnger. O-in-C based not (i.e. one-sided) "
Naval Auxlllaiy Air Station. Cecil Field on a unilateral ( crazy about money.
I contract but on a collateral (i.e. two-sided) -- --- -

Capt. Alexander M. Hearn. USMC contract, demanding fidelity on both sides., wmI
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe G :
Editorial Association So the bond of love and mutual trust in the Hospital Il i
JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's
material. Republication of credited matter l'ohlbltedwithout family is as strong as the love and trust of
permission of SEA Washington 25 D. C. Re- I
publication ol any other matter, ofCeEditor- man and wife is recognized and adhered tc
permissions
UnsIs prohibited without individually.As ChatterScavenger m
JAX AIR NEWS. .
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the family lives, so lives the nation. A

code of morality must exist among nationsas Hunt! When? Tonight -

Station SpiritThis well as families, for the family is the basis Time? 1930. Where? Red
Han If
Cross Recreation
and backbone of the nation. you
editorial should have been written think you are sharp, come on
a long time ago. It was deliberately put off Any nation which does not recognize a down and try your master mind. I In ALONE AMONG MEN, Mar-

time after time because it was the opinion universal code of morality amongst men can What is February but sweet- I jorie Coryn continues her fine
hearts' month. Red Cross is having novelized study of Napoleon and
look for with other
hardly nation.
of the editor that people do not like to be peace any a big "Heart Throb" contest the lively Bonaparte family which
scolded or chided when they have done wrong For as the recognition of a mutual funda- February 9-14th on all wards. Patients she started in "Good-bye, My Son.
and because it was felt that the editorial mental moral code is demanded for peace are asked to turn in their This novel takes Napoleon throughthe
to boost not between man and wife-so a fundamentalcode sweethearts' pictures to the Red fall of the Directory and his
policy of a service paper was of faith and morality between nations I Cross workers on their wards. first direct power play for dom
knock, the station it represents. Each patient will vote on his favorite inance. It is based on one monthin
But the subject, though a delicate one, must be recognized in order to establish sweetheart and the winners I the Jives of Napoleon and Josephine

is one which the editorial spotlight can bringto peace. from each ward will compete in : --the days in 1799 between

light, critically examine, and perhaps, This fundamental code is the right of the I the Recreation Hall on February Napoleon's return from Egypt
and his made First Consul.
16 to decide who is the hospital being
to the individual to freedom of conscience and
correct. Specifically, we're referring political "Heart Throb." Don't forget to 'I AMERICAN CLOCKS AND
lack of pride and interest in our station. liberty. This is a God-given gift to turn in your heart throb's picture CLOCK MAKERS by Carl Drt'pI -
I Time and again through the baseball and the individual. And when any nation denies fellas, 'cause who knows, your girl I pard opens with the story of how

' football seasons, personnel here had to be this to its subjects, that nation is violat- may win. the first clocks were brought over

URGED to get out and support their teams.It ing fundamental morality. It cannot expect I Sunday afternoon, 1400, 8 February -I to this country by the colonists
Mrs Cook is presenting a from France, England, Sweden,
seems almost fantastic, considering that peace with other nations while making law "jam-up" good variety show in the I 1 and Holland. The author traces

they were being offered top-notch athletic unto itself any more than happiness can be I Red Cross Recreation Hall. Thisis I the fascinating history of the
contests absolutely FREE. Our football found in marriage unless the fundamental a good afternoon's entertain- I growth of clock making from the

games were as good as any anywhere, and principles of married life are recognized by ment, so don't miss it! days when artisans produced a
Yes it's dance time Our few clocks at a time, by hand to
again
man and wife.A .
in other parts of the country people paid I
monthly Red Cross dance will beheld the time they were mass producing
fancy prices to see college teams in action nation is as strong as its family life. i in the auditorium 10 Febru- them by the thousands. Too, it

which were no better than ours. So let us individuals strengthen ours bv ary, at 1930. This is one of our you are interested in rare clock,
Then, at basketball games, many spec- strengthening our family ties. This nationof "extra specials" because it is a and the book will tell you how to find
identify them and how to
tators sitting in the gallery constantly hec- ours will)) live as long as our family life is Valentine's from Mainside Dance.will be The there.orchestra Rain- reproductions and fakes. spot

kle the players. Our varsity players get no preserved. So this should be the aim of all bow girls from Jax! Mucho refreshments For an entertaining as well A4
financial remuneration for playing. Unlike of us : mutual faith, hope, and love exist- at intermission! We challenging book about a controversial

college athletes, they receive no special ing betwen man and wife will mean a happy promise you a gala evening. I subject, read MEN OUT'

privileges, no sporty automobiles, no soft family, and happy families will mean a happy I We invite all patients to drop 'OF ASIA, by Harold S. Gladwin.
The author is of this
one country'sforemost
into the Recreation Hall The Pro-
jobs, and no scholarships. They are playing nation. A happy nation can bring peaceto duction Corps, under the supervi- II anthropologists and in
solely for the sheer love of the game, the a distrustful world. sion of Mrs. J. D. Wallis, has just this book he presents a revolutionary -

competition, and the glory of the activity -Chaplain James M. Coyle. completed new slip covers for all picture of the origin"t
they represent. Surely, then, they deserve Recreation Hall furniture. It real- early American civilization.
respect. ly looks "homey," fellas, so helpus I ANGLERS ALL by John Tain-
some keep it that way. Mrs. Wallis, tor Foote is a collection of excel.
When it comes to other projects, yes, we extend our heartiest appreciation lent fishing stories. A TREASURYOF
even the Jax Air News, there is much ]lacking to you and all your coworkers I SPORTS HUMOR edited by
in the way of cooperation. Some refuseto Sports Writers for the wonderful job you did. Dave Stanley is another good book

have their pictures taken or otherwise Welcome Miss Margaret Fridayto for every sportsman and most
our Red Cross Recreation Staff! I i other people as well. For
It is monumentaltask
foul up a good story. just a And Patients, if you haven't seen her .I story enthusiasts there is Tl.,;
to arouse station spirit. you will. She is plenty cute, so QUEEN'S AWARD, 1947
Try: putting on a station play Oh, yes, be on the look-out. She was trans I includes stories by well-known
there will be plenty of willing spectators.But Staff ArtistWanted ferred here from the Naval Hospital mystery writers as well as new
at Charleston, South Carolina. I authors. For those interested in
how about a few participants? And the l it.and LAW INACTION
criminology,
station's civilian personnel. They have their Have you ever been down at I
Occupational Therapy when King, is an anthology of 1L
NAS Civilian Golf Association; A&R and Sic, Ward A-7, was working on ; literature--43 stores from the Y
Supply have some bowling teams. But theseare the model i nd engines for his I erature of all times about lawyers
formed on the basis of friendships B-25? From the roar of the mo- lovers judges, an I criminals For music
Heinz
editedA
Werner has
which are apart from those based on being tors you will surely think you were
CARAVAN OF MUSIC
in a hangar. After examining the
Enlisted Personnel
employed here at NAS Jacksonville. I construction of the model you'll]) STORIES. And once again Mar-
Through the Jax Air News office comesa want to make reservations for the tha Foley has edited her selectionof

steady stream of papers from other mili- Attached To first flight. Hop to it. King, we STORIES BEST, 1947.AMERICAN SHORT

tary activities. They put NAS to shame in event.are looking forward to the big ---

the matter of this cooperative station Mainside Are EligibleSee During the month of Januarywe I It wasn't cold up there, was it,
spirit. Civilian and military personnel workin lost two nurses who had been Murphy?
side side station musicals with for time. I *
harmony by on us some Lt. AmeliaL. I'
plays, and other projects-pooling their talents Lysczyk was transferred to the Jean Skark insists Florida has
for the good of the station and all its Joint Brazil-United States Military I better weather than California, butI
Commission at Rio de Janeiro, guess she misses the fog, eh
personnel. On the west coasts' in particular, The Editor Brazil, and Lt. Vivian S. Guthrie I Jean?
we've noted, the civilians don t rush out the went to the Dispensary, U. S. Na- I

gates pen mell as soon as the quitting whistle Jax Air News cal Air Station, Whiting Field. I )

blows. Many take time enough to get in on Milton, Florida. I .
a a. I
these joint ventures. And the military per- J ;

sonnel also are interested in something else Bldg. 930 Activities around the Finance
Office and Storeroom are all cen- : At the Station Chaptlf, nirmUfcam .
besides liberty in town. tered on the quarterly reports Koatl and Mnstln Arena I
There is much to be desired in this atti- Ext. 8184station which are keeping all hands busy. Protestant I
0030-! NATTC
A
Sen'lce-Chaplaln
tude, and plenty of room for improvement.NAS 5 C. Boyer.1445Central '

can be more, much more, than a place Jackie Masrn surprised us with Chaplain K L.Worship Albert.Service -
where you work eight hours a day. We've her recent marriage to James I,. Catholic
Watts, BMlc, of Green Cove 0700-Mass
set a fine record in other fields-in support- Springs Congratulations, "Boa'n" 09HO-.M "
ing all charitable appeals, in training accomplishments the envy of all others in the matterof 0S An 1100-outdoor Mass children
Nursery for small
and in the records our teams spirited interest, fellowship, and cooper I.I We welcome D J Murphy back I Is 'maintained between WOO(
have established Now let's make this naval I' ation. from his emergency leave to Conn. j and 1200.Page .



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5 February 1948 CIVILIAN JAX AIR.. NEWS NEWS Page Five

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:;c FSES Clerk Will :: : :< ITd

,

$, Intervieworkers ffcf47f; I IEngineering

f' "
? For Jobs In Pacific w --=- -

*h u..,.
Division- by Caroline -
.- The Florida State Employment -w. tlowell'ho put the jinx on n'
Service has made
arrangements f our Engineering chiefs We
werf'glaq
i ; thy Williamson-The other day we
for one of its clerks to Interview A to see Chief Kelley return
saw a car door and
open a
and young
recruit
clerical workers who from his
4 long vacation, but then,
lady came
tumbling out It
are interested' in accepting post bless Pat he had to take a spill none other than Helen was
tions in the Pacific area, it was and get himself all "banged up" the Burnette,
': revealed in a letter to A. 0, An- x reporter for Inspection Department -
sa. last week. Glad you're doing O.K:
derson ? The damage was only a
.ii. Civilian
( Personnel Officer -; y now chief.Ve missed seeing Chief torn pair of nylon hose Hope she
Positions open include general Schassar around for a couple of won another at
pair Bingo that
clerk, statistical clerk clerk-typ- days too. He was on the "not feeling -
.b night, as they were sure in bad
: ists, stenographers, personnel 1 so! good" list a couple of days shape.
rr clerk, stock control clerk, fiscal with an ole cold
j j accountant, and accountant. These 1-I' We had to say good-bye to Vio- to What fall caused Chief Faulkerwm
off that stool the other
positions are open to qualified men let F. Gourley of Tech Files, too. I
Did
between the ages of 21 and 50, We wish her heaps of luck in her day look" someone with a "new
and women between the ages of -. \ new JobLucille. go walking by ?
21 and 40. Who are the two "bum-dope"
Wells is doing all right
The jobs are located in Okinawa, with her helper in Tech Files. feather merchants in the ordnance
Korea, Japan, and Guam Persons Franklin says he likes the job, I hop ? They don't know it but
interested should contact Miss j too. Don'f: tell but they just made the sweeping deal
t 5 FR' anyone WE'think i
:. Victoria Zachman 10 Ruth Grundmann received
Cast Bay he likes the idea of wan- many
:
f'f. Street, before Saturday, 7 Febru dering around A&R 'cause it gives beautiful gifts at a shower given
t-( : ary. .j15 Ur I him an opportunity to see ail the for her in the home of Betty Hen-

: pretty girls You know Franklin! i| derson last Saturday night.

. R Administrative and Personnel Decker Smith is back on the job
.' ( F by Jean Snowberger-Pappa War- after three weeks of school< in
SUPPLY
E E' ren is now a 30-year man Congratulations I' Massachusetts. He says anyone
N t on your wedding an- : can have that snow who wants it.
[.mverstry ((29 January 1948)) I He will take this Florida sunshine

SALLIES Dotty "no sick leave"' Dickson any old day. Now if you can't find
DURING LAST WEEK'S cold snap, Public Works' stoverepairmen I was on our sick list last Friday him, just look on top of a real hot
I were welcomed with open arms everywhere they went to I Our I radiator theie he will be trying
sincerest
answer a service call While their workload during the warm- sympathy is extended to thaw out
,: to Lt. Comdr.. and
weather months is not as heavy as the rest of the year, they top i,'Sweet Mis I There is a mumbles quartet in
on the death of Mrs. Sweet's I
I the list of "busy people" as they go from house to house and build- 'j I the instrument shop. Hope they
EVENTS FOR PRINT: Old Mc- ing to building answering frantic pleas for service from shivering I mother. will let us hear them one day
Donald's daughter: Babe (Bubblegum employees and navy families aboard, Above. E. A. Carter replacesan Sorry to hear the news of Lt. when the orchestra is p'aying:
) Schuller has an animal I igniter in one of the floor-space heaters in Bldg 451 so the I Carr's father's Illness.Ve hopehe'll | We take this time to thank the
farm which heater can be placed in have a speedy .
on is everything but I _. operation again. recovery.Mr civilians who are playing in the
hippopotamuses Travelers: Cribbs looks lonesome in the orchestra, We enjoy it very much.
'1' Chuck Caffrey's pa, who shipped office by himself. Mr. Warren and To
A&RAdopts New Collection everyone leaving, we wish
out for : Mr Jarrard
r., the Mediterranean; Clara have offices of their you the best of luck in whateveryou
J Speer and Lilli Claud, who planto own now.
do
and
will
we miss
from
'i' take in Gasparilla next Mon- Plan For Mrs. Hutchinson misses her the shop. you
:' Group Insurance j
day (so does your reporter) ; Irvin ,i personnel assistants since they Plant Dhl..ion-by Walt Fletcher
Tate, who is taking in the Mardi I were reassigned,
Gras at Noo Orleenz; and Ruth A new plan for collection of Blue Cross and Blue Shield i Miss Dunbar and her section -There was a steady stream of

: .' Crozier, who's in Jackson, Miss, I insurance premiums will be inaugurated in the Assembly and certainly had their hands full Friday day personnel through checking the Plant out office last Fri because

..., to visit her granddaughter I Repair Department beginning with the 15 February pay- I! checking out employees. t of reduction in force We

r .' Aloha: to Walter Fay, who checks ment, it was announced this week by the Employee Services the Guess swing they're of it really getting into I wish all the very best of luck in
out tomorrow for I their
tobacco-land
Section of the Industrial Relations new jobs.
; Early Valentines VT Department. I Accessories! Dh'I"lon-by Doru- !
: and BB i Willie
The new method which has ---- Willingham is leaving this
.received the approval ofHospital
. -. "TBUUiuyi,: Sparkler Joroan"s: The shine JCL i hand on Ne- Dt..tln.. ,,1",1..1.06'8'''' .D..A........ t"a..... .".."n.f.v.......ft. _._ __ | office but _will lbe__ .}located. at the
: is and Medical Service Corporation INSIDE .mam umprnexry wen miss you
I
dimmed
'a only by one in her
eyes Willie, and like
1, hope you your new
is def
representatives, -
Tonight Last
:
showing o Announce Exam I job.
"Henry the Vth" and signed to cut to a minimum the ForStenogiapherTypist I PUBLIC WORKS
only per Two
people were absent from
number of employees required for :
formance of Lily Pons The
; soprano the
gets $4,500 for her evening'swork collection of premiums.The The cold spell evidently keptthe : Drafting room last Friday, and
J we wonder why Don hada
Saturday: John Charles plan calls for locked boxes The examination for 8teno-I'I I' Public Works employees indoors visitor (which must Ragin be
a gal
., Thomas gives a concert Mo- I to{ be placed in Hangars 122, 123, grapher and Typist has except for the time the 'friend), and Arnold ( Lover) Has
.; vie Review: The Unfinished Dance and 124 and all group offices on announced by the Fifth U. S. were hunting fuel oil and, as a result I' soldt wouldn't reveal the cause

P is strictly ballet, if you like that Monday and Tuesday following the Civil Service Region In At I ,, news is scarce. Jennie Kopecin I of his absence But we have an
s. form of dancing, which even overrides second Group II and III pay period lanta. I Transportation reports that the idea!
r wistful, washed-out Margaret I of each month. It will be the The Board of V. S. Civil NAS Civilian basketball team Fred Orton, who worked in the

4. ,. O'Brien who delivers all her responsibility of each employee to Service Examiners here has I hasn't been bothered by the cold. I 1 Plant Office, finally got bis disj -
lines as if she were scared she was I deposit his premium payment in taken up with the Regional Director I This team, of which Louise Braggof j charge from the Navy after

,, getting too old for this sort of I these boxes on the designated I' a plan which will permit Transportation plays forward ,,1 false alarms. We know he must many be
thing WPF"s thumbnail de- days. employees of the naval activities I has played five games and won enjoying civilian life in his hometown
scription of a certain Supply-er: I For the purpose of making payments located on the station them all. The cold wave doesn't Sidney, Iowa.
t short, sharp and shapeless. ,, the Corporation will furn- and at the Naval Station, bother Willie Dauphin either, evidently Fred Ordinary( ) Garst forgot to
NEW EMPLOYEES. Jim Tur- I ish envelopes in which premiums Green Cove Springs, to file applications as some of the boys reporthe attach a Mister to his salutationand
n t ner-Plane Inventory; Jane Din- should be inserted. Employees with the Board. If took a dip in the Atlantic over by virtue of this, received a
, more-Accounting; William J should make certain that the information approved full Information \\11I'1' the week-end. Willie says he tripped reprimand. He says you can call
1 "'' Hlnea-Disbursing; William Sturgeon [. required on the face of be published later. I on his necktie.In him Fred, but be sure and attach
I -Accounting; Marian Moss-- these envelopes is complete and However, those desiring to Housing. Howard Rutledge I the Mister
t., Inventory; Louis Patxot-Inventory correct. file immediately may send I reports a week-end made enjoyable Anyone interested in the art of
; Lucille P CrowellReceiptControl Following the days designatedfor I their applications to the I I by a plane ride around the tying or untying knots should see
; John A. Gillespie-Disbursing I collection, a representative of ional Director, Fifth U. vicinity of Jacksonville. Rut says i I Scotty. We understand he knows
; Jewette Peacock-Ac- the Corporation, accompanied by Civil Service Region, K-I I he wasn't bothered by airsickness the ins and outs like a Houdini!
counting: and Margaret Wilson- I Michael Cascone, of Employee I Georgia. The dosing date nor flying saucers Babs Scotty has mastered his test for
Procurement. Jim Turner is the Services, will call on the various this examination has not been Faulkner, housing manager, was : first class and is now practicing
r ::;;;> .> sailor who was around Supply so groups and remove the collections set. I I reported at the recent Admiral's ,I for his eagle badge in the Scouts
I ;. ," much while in service and is the I After removing the payments Ball all decked out in green, black -
i t current flame of a Supply basket-I from the envelope, the representative and Navy-that is, Navy escort. I Herman Griffis, messenger Dub
eer. Brother Gillispie is not a new I will initial the envelope and Fliers I The Ad Building welcomed three Faglie went to the Survey Section \
employee to Supply but returnsto leave it at the box for return to new employees and lost two this and Betty Inglis resigned I
us after a stint in A&R. Senor the employee as a receipt. (Continued from Page 1)) week. The newcomers are Miss I I Virginia Walpole reports that
Patxot, who halls from the Domin- Brightly-colored placards on ed the Fliers winning skein to Joy Terrell, stenographer, Mrs Dick Goedert in Design has started

ican Republic i is an exponent of bulletin boards and notices in eleven Once straight.more, the session I Jennette Reilly, clerk-typist and his;,.spring.. .planting I ., .! ,of..gladio-.. .
the Spanish Dance. the Jax Air News will remind employees opening 1---- -- : '
Wallis each month of the collec- proved to be the crucial stage of I 1I three foul shots in the opening bulbs yearly. t' s paying hobby,
Mary sends word that she the contest, as the Fliers ended session. I too
misses Supply but is glad she now I! tion date. the half with a 34-28 lead. In the I Henningsen took individual hon- It is reported that Connie Hecht

can get out ana see people more second half, the locals added tour ors with 10 baskets and four gratis is being escorted hither and yon
often where she now works.We're HAS Civilian Girls 'more points to their advantage and throws. He was followed by Tom by a young preacher. Maybe he
( just quoting, but what did finished the ga-ne with a ten- I Kilgariff who scored 16 points. I can shame Connie out of telling
she see when she was out here ) lead. and Charlie Kerr who those tall
"... point came impossible tales she tells
THE WALKING MAN Dick | Down WAVES ,In City I For the winners, towering Al through with 10 tallies -all In fun, of course-or maybeshe
'
Aa. :Madeau's guess: Bing Crosby; Henningsen and Tom Kilgariffbore Jack Jones and Bill Altgilbers can help him prepare his serI -
t: ,, Marion Fulcher's: Joe Louis; Ray League Cage ContestThe the brunt of the load, each led the scoring for the Comets, {j mons. They should be interesting

I Forrest: Leo Durocher. 'tallying 19 points. Henningsensank both scoring 10 points ,I Virginia Walpole's collie "Jan."
.
r Two Dutchmen were discussing NAS civilian girls' basket- eight baskets and three foul Fliers 68, Marine 51 !I won a blue ribbon at the January
r i'I what they were going to have for ball sextette advanced another shots and Kilgariff pumped the The locals took on the Parris Dog Shows and Virginia is very
upper: step towards the In-Towlr Girls'Basketball I same number through the hoop. Island Marines at the NATTC I proud of him. It ia reported front

"FUNEM?" League championship Bill Altgilber came through Auditorium last week and, when unreliable sources that Virginia
"SVFM.: Tuesday night by rallying in the with six two pointers and three the final whistle had blown, the confounded her hubby, Joe, by
"FUNEX final quarter to trounce the NAS free throws for 15 points for the visitors were on the short end asking, "The collie won a blue
; "SVFX." WAVES, 37-21, at the Lee High losers, and Jack Jones of the of a 68-51 score. ribbon; how many have you ever

f'! "OKVFMNX. Gym. Comets added 10 tallies to his The Fliers started fast piling won ?",
t The game was one of the roughest season's total. I up three quick buckets before the C. A. Tovey was reportedly seen
: played in the loop this year, I Marines could get their bearings In Cohen's watching the escalators!
: '. both sides fouling consistently. At Fliers 70, Comets 65 I But the leathernecks settled down : go up. A fellow-employee asked
the end of the third period, the Led by Al Henningsen who tal- after that and began to make a i Tovey if he were counting the
-.: count was knotted at 1919. But lied 24 points before he fouled out I game of it. The local reserve I! steps, but he was so hypnotized by
: at this point Ruth Malinlak took late in the second half, the Jax- : strength proved the differenceand : the perpetual motion of the slid

THINK matters into her own hands and I Navy quintet opened the two-game the Navy five surged steadily ing stairs that he failed to reply.Maybe's .
I began to score with amazing con- series with Corpus Christi! by ahead to win the game by a com- I he's designing an escala
I tinuity. In a desperate effort to taking the Comets into camp, 70- fortable n.argin.Al tor for his front steps
stop the civilian center, both Ellen 65, on the NATTC hardwood.Tim Henningsen again took scoring I Design also welcomes a new-

F Messer and Butch Glover of the Kilgariff opened the scor- honors for the day, throwing comer-Helen Boring.
WAVES fouled out on personals. ing with a bucket from under the I in eight baskets and one foul Ethel Huffman in Maintenanceis
PRACTICE Then the hustling civilians really I basket, and then Jim DeGroote I throw for 17 points. Tommy KIl- I very unhappy. She went to a
., E broke loose, scoring 17 points in sank one from the side From then gariff, stellar forward for the beauty shop for a "feather-bob*
f: the final stanza to clinch the \vic on in, the locals were never head- Fliers, connected with six buckets (that's a haircut, Mac) and whoa
tory. Ruth Maliniak alone netted ed, always clinging stubbornly to and three gratis throws for 15: she was finally released she wag
12 points in the final period to their four-point lead. points. almost scalped.
bring her night's total l to 23 and Though the final score was high, Bill Lets led the scoring paradefor t
TALK TY give her the lead in the individual ,, the game was dull and slow, both the losers, tallying 16 points Policeman (to a man staggering
scoter's race with 92 I sides missing clear shots at the throughout the game He was down the street at 0300)) : ""Ubere
Skipper Edge set the pace for j net. Henningsen, who snapped out tailed by Bill Saylar who contrib- are you going at this time .C
the losers, throwing in three baskets '' of his lethargy in the second uted 14 markers to the Marine 'I night?"
for six points. half, only netted one basket! and cause! Man; "To a lecture."



Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 5 February 1948


11 TIIORNHILL'S VOCALISTS

JAX AIR NEWS

NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER r.:
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Captain Jules F. mctwr, USN
Commanding
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Commander Robert Executive P. Bacb. USN x'S


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Lt. A. C. Boyer (ChC), USN

Public Information Officer. .
Advisor to Ju Air New.

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Editorial Offices for NATTC Section South Wing '
of NATTC Auditorium. Bldg. 563. Tel. :Ext.:; 8174.
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Editor r..,
Robert J. \Sehllng, Sic ,
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All Photograph arc official U. 8. NaY1 Photographs made by HAS 4 : r t
Photo Lab and AT. Fund. School Photo Lab unleaa otherwise credited. '

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FRAN WARREN AND GENE WILLIAMS, pictured above (left to right), are the crooners for
Claude Thornhill's famous band, which plays here for a St. Valentine's Day Dance on Sunday 15
February. Fran has recently won a contest cponsored by Billboard, the musicians magazine, for beingone
.rr of most promising female vocalists of the year. Gene Williams, handsome young singer, is
sure to win over the gals hearts, as you can readily see.
WHERE TO coy
wHAT TO DO ..



1 / l ew &oI2i THE WORD.

MOVIE SCHEDULE .

NATTC Library FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOLOne
NATTC

TIIURSDAY-PRINCE OF THIEVES, starring JonHall and "The Veiled Fountain" by Har
f Patricia Morrison. Show at 1730. Basketball game, Jax-Navy vs. ry Hervey, is the story of an English could almost call this week "changes have been
Riddle Inter-American College at 2000. musician from his childhood made." The shuffle hit just about all the phases. Peter (no

ti FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-INTRIGUE, with George Raft and when his mother, a flamboyant name) Sinko went from 411 to the student division. Chief
June Haver. Shows at 1730 and 2015 and 1400 1730 and
on Friday ,
2015 on Saturday. concert star, took him along on Bacigalupo went to 525, AOM rate shop. Chief Coats replaced .-

SUNDAY-UPTURNED GLASS, with James Mason and Rosa- her singing tours; through his ad- him in 411. Camp made Building Chief of 520. Chief

mond John. Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2015. olescence, when he learned he was Phillips is now working with the Loner and short_ of__ it__ all_n_ _in__
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-MY WILD IRISH ROSE, starring not Cedric Kimberley's son; to his 435. Torgeson and Lagerman are
Dennis Morgan and Andrea King. Shows at 1730 and 2015. M.A.A. (get those report slips out but this would ruin his standingas
mature when in India he
WEDNESDAY SHOW due to basketball games between years, boys). Last but not least Drugan one of the boys that live in the
WAVES and Maxwell Field, Ala., Wacs and Jax-Navy Fliers and fell in love with the woman with working with hand me a wrench) barracks. By the way, what's her
:Maxwell Field at 1900 and 2000 respectively whom his adored brother had had Noble. name :Mac ?
THURSDAY-CAPTAIN BOYCOTT, with Stewart Granger and an affair. The background is prin-
The word has leaked out that Seems that a couple of the ama.
Kathleen R 'on. Shows at 1730 and 2015. cipally India where there are teur
Cross and Huber photographers have fouled
are going on a up
Idyllic love scenes beside the fa-
hog hunt. Good luck boys!! Griz- things for the rest of the boys,
bled Shalimar, and where the tempo -
zel Parker has been fish. thanks!!
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD of the story rises to a climrf'Xwhich catching
drives Brian into seclusion n The boys have only seen the heads. MacFarland and Co. have sub-
FLEET'S IN Open nightly 17302130. Bldg. 517. in a temple in the Himalayas- How about the rest of those fish mitted a bid to the C. J. Mahoney
and snacks available. through inner and outer darkness Grizzle or ? ? Ship Builders, Inc. to paint the

BOWLING-Sx alleyin Ship o Service available toward eventual light and fulfill- "Sleepy" Bridges finished instructor new additions to the C. J. Fleet.
ment. training. TAF won a The contract will be written up
to all personnel Monday through Saturday
J"Sandwiches basketball game on a forfeit. Be next week. The terms are good,
17002130. League games have priority. Just before Clark Lee gave up
sure to get a look at. Wilcox'sblack Yours truly predicts great thingsfor
NATTC LIBRARY Located in Auditorium his career as correspondentforAP
eye. He said it was an accident the C. J. fleet. All vacation
Open Monday Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to in Tokyo and Shanghai before I basketabll, you know ists-please note.
the war and for INS with our
2100. Wednesday. 1230 to 2100. and Sunday
Saturday .Ha'!!
Sailor take civilian, that's news!
1230 to 2100. fighting forces he toured the I
l whole Pacific area for one last look TAF bowling team won three But where is Papeti DiMail
around-which is the title of his games from "ILT. Chief Riven- doesn't make bones about it. He
book. Bitterness is, perhaps, the bark and Crocker. Hunt Martman, charges him a straight price on
keynote-bitterness and complaints and Bouchard and Student Ram- that wreck. Don't lose the nuts
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, about everything from cowardly erez compose the team. Hartman and bolts. He'll need them some

Physical Training Department, Bldg. 515. frenchmen to the atomic bomb. I had a high three game total (528)), day. .
Except for the native ruler of Bikini i- Bouchard ((191) was the high single What special devices man is
TE.\"NIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical and one or two others it is I game. What's this about them back off leave ? Willy isn't sing-

Training Bldg 513. hard to find anyone whom the author walking off with the bingo prize ing, Oh where, Oh where can he
really liked or respected. too? ? be. I wonder why.

Nevertheless it is exciting and dis- Where can Lew find some ball This week the division lost one
r turbing-an; important and controversial bearings for his skates, all SKV's of its plank owners. Chief Feeley
book guaranteed to make -Please Note: Murphy is the has joined the ranks of the Pfc's.
SWIMMING-Indoor Pool. Daily, Monday through 1t a lot of people think. proud papa of a bouncing baby Good luck! Mitchell has also left

Friday: -1800 to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Vincent McHugh says of his girl no less! That 2 o'clock watch the clan. .
be fun. You should
should get
\ Sunday-1300 to 2100. book "Victory"-"lt's about a good together with Fuller and find out I Estabrook, R. K. and Oatt, R. J.
man, a tall young cowhand like Jr.
all the information. I were the honor men of Com
the cowhands in the who is
BINGO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's missing on a lost island songs; and, about All hands (Chiefs that is) that pany of AF121 with the high averages -

Service in Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Spon- he small, drowsy village of a ship are looking for housing in Mem- I .88 and .85 respectively.
Good luck
sored by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds for the Nur- moving over a very great sea; and phis, Chief Thomas is said to be boys and smooth sail
tv.Servicemen's. about some other Americans in making a deal with one of those ing for the rest of your hitch in
big land owners in Memphis this wonderful, wonderful Navy!
that sea; and about the people ofan
game tables a writing room well island over toward Asia, who Cheap too All hands in TAP division at
Center stocked with stationery, a library want to be Americans. The things Where do those two lovers of this time would like to sond off.
containing books, magazines and that happen to these people happen the student division, Ralph and We all wish Leonard AerM 3/c a
) In Jax out-of-town music McCahcy get those dates? Certain well done on the work he
Operated By newspapers, a on the edge of a war we have did for
room equipped with a piano, radio known, but there is very little warn parties say that they are having a the Official Word on TAF. Good
Salvation Army NowDespite and record player, as well as a it. It is not meant to be exciting little trouble with the gems. Don'tworry luck in your new job. Civilian life

checkroom and shower facilities.A I wanted to tell you your day will come. that is. ..\
snack bar is also available of- The mystery of the week Is (Fi- Dig, dig
how people really felt. If dig. The Division Party .,
the recent liquidationof fering short orders sandwiches, you take it (the story) at its own miao) DiMiao smoking a cigarette is Friday night. All hands are welcome .
the United Service Organizations soup, soft drinks, and other itemsat gentle pace, I think you will get Hose nose Stradley's trip and are cordially invited to
(USO), the Salvation Army reasonable prices. I the feeling of the people and some to the hospital has weakened his attend. With this we put our baby
Is still operating a servicemen's Servicemen's wives are welcome ot the timeless and shoreless feeling mind. He is now supplying beds to bed for the week.Appreciative .
center in Jacksonville, military too, it was pointed out. In addition > of the Pacific. I wanted to for brown baggers parties. -
personnel in this area were reminded to the facilities listed above, write a book that could be lived in The expecting fathers of the division ; "
yesterday.The I a sewing room has been provided for a while like another life.". are still expecting as this Letter
goes to press. Along the same line
'for them which boasts ------- I
center, o'ficially known as a sewing Chief Martin's wife presented him
the Salvation Army Services To machine, electric. irons, etc. Linguist with a bouncing baby girl. What's Received HereThe
The Armed Forces is now locatedat I Then there was the seaman the trouble? Females seem to be '
602 West Adams Street, Just Lips that touch liquor shall n"v-I; \ho was striking for a yeoman dominating the baby parade. I' following letter was recent.
one block from the Navy Bus Sta- er touch mine, declared the cO-4'd'l! rate until one night on the bin The puzzle of the week! Whereis ly received in the Commanding Of-
tion. It is open daily from 1200 to And after si was graduated he heard a sailor remark, "Hush, MacFarland spending his week ficer's office from the President of
2100 and offers a recreation room taught school for years and years don't swear, there are ladies and ends? ? The rumor is that he is the Florida West Coast Pistol
complete with ping pong and other and years! yeomen present." I planning to take that fatal step, League.
--- -- ---- -- ---- -- "The
-- -- 1947
-- ----- year
----- --- -- was a struggle
t' DILLY, DILBERT Beck for survival for the sport of Pistol
--- By Ray Shooting all over the country. Mostof

the clubs have emerged success-
fully to make this coming
Ir. year one
.9N0 TJ/EJ'
'v0.OCEECTYEy JAY- of the most successful that we have
D/C ,CT YFNJoEJ ? I'ENTWAT ever enjoyed.
A \M The Florida West Coast Pistol
P League would like to express their ..'\
I thanks to NATTC for sending a WI
team in support and also to ex-
press their appreciation for the
grand sportsmanship shown by
I a that team.It .
y 1
is our sincere hope that a

regular team will Join us, not only ..,....
in the coming match being held

here In Jacksonville, on 18 January
but that they will participate
In the clean of
'T Tel'JfOON sport pistol shooting
MACE 'Olyiivr 6'.e JAtt'tr'vG Mer T/o CAN for the coming year and earn
o tovEi. YOU /VE ,.t""A-'t',( N'iVG /vE AJ oHEAOIY /CALF rhelr share of awards.
i. ANO TiY/N1 1f a/tf'/T4"O AIL .;Y p L/fe4' 9J LO V s Sincerely,
'
f vlrJ7fo.e po' IS 'Earnest J. Thomas
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Presidentage




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5 February 1948 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven



I TWO POINTS __ LCOR. Retires
Avery Adders Win Two




;mow With 38 Yeurs Service I Games In Hoop


League PlayThe
's
.: After just one month short of 38 years, Lieutenant i

Commander Neil Avery of NATTC will be detached from Adders, composed of melt

t duty with the Navy for the last time this week. The vener- from most of the Ship's Company

able commander has behind him a string of tours of duty, Divisions, clinched unchallengedsecond

f that even the saltiest of salts has to admire. place in the NATTC Intramural

As anyone "can well imagine, 38 years can be a fairly I Basketball! League with two

long ume. Mr. Avery, however, wins in the past week over the
has come through with flying col- where he served as Radio Officer I TEB-TS Bearcats and the TOA-

ors, starting at the bottom and and Communication Officer in TOB Bujldogs' Should the Bearcats
working up. The bottom was way Auckland, New Zealand. He madea spring a big upset and defeat

back In April 1910, when Mr. Avery big jump in promotion in October the TAF Hellcats tonight, it

enlisted at Atlanta, Ga., his 1942, going from Chief War- would be a tie for first place.

< C home, for a hitch in the Navy, as rant to full Lieutenant.In The TEA-MAD-TAM Tigers
September of 1943 he was
M an apprentice seaman. have dropped out of the Leaguedue
sent to Coml2 for further
assign-
Boot for him was at NTS
camp to the to
ment, and they sent him to NAS moving Memphis, as
St Helena, Berkley, Virginia, now all men in the division are being
closed but which was close to Nor- Jacksonville under the Chief of I utilized to
help move. Opponents
folk Navy Yard. From there he Naval Air Operational Trainingas on the Tiger schedule will be
was sent to Electrical School at Aircraft Radio Material Officer -
awarded a forfeit for each
the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and up- On April 1, 1944, he was given I brings in a three way tie game.This for
the rank of Lieutenant Commander
on graduation was given Electri- -
third place, between the Bulldogs,
cian Second Class. After gradu- staying on at NAS until Wildcats and
Tigers, leaving the
I I
ation, he was sent aboard the USS April, 1946, when he was transferred -' Bearcats in
undisputed possessionof
I
Hancock, a receiving ship, for a to the Naval Air Gunnery the cellar.
period of about six months. Then Range at Yellow Water as Radar I'
he was assigned to the USS New Training Officer. On 10 July of I II Last Thursday the Adders

Hampshire during the better part I 1947, he relieved Captain J. F. I trounced the Bearcats by a heavy
55p of 1912 and 1913, where he start- Schumacher as OinC of Yellow 61 to 27 score, and Tuesday slashed -

Ottt ed working on tadio A transfer Water, and upon the closing of past the Bulldogs on a 40 to 29

t 9r came in late 1913 to the USS that activity a short time ago, count. Muv Solum, smooth work-
; Smith, an old four-stacked, coal- was brought to NATTC as an Ass't I ing Adder forward led the scoring
burning destroyer. The Bureau sent Supt of Training. I in both contests. The Adders were
him to commission Dar- never behind in either game, lead-
help the Most of his duties were on the
'i ing! the Bearcats by 19 to 8 at the
ien Radio Station in the Canal Atlantic Coast, he says, between
I first turn, 33 to 13 at halftime and
Zone in 1914
and he remained Boston and Panama usually,
147 to 19 at the end of the third
there until 1916, when he was sent therefore not seeing as much of I
I quarter. Solum dumped in 10 baskets -
aboard the USS Wyoming. It was .the world as he would have liked
*: here that he made Chief Electrician and three free throws for 23
I to, although he has been to Europe I
points. Teammate Swede Kuehl
Next, a tour of duty was and such places as Kiel Ger-
I
sank 10 points. Lubmski made four
% spent on the USS North Dakota London I
many; England, Madeira
baskets: and four free throws for
where again he was promoted, this I Islands Bermuda
New Caledonia
II
12 points for the Bearcats, followed
time to the now extinct rank of I and New Zealand.
; by Whittle with seven.
Warrant Gunner Radio. He was
!on the North Dakota most of the | His plans for the future read I The scoring was kept to a minimum

war not seeing much action theship j something like fishing, sightseeing in the Adder-Bulldog game.
-aABOVE-- '- : at that time being under overhaul trips and working in his I Solum again led scoring with 15

IS A, SHOT captured by the photographer in the recent in Brooklyn Navy Yard. garden in a beautiful home situated I points, followed closely by the
Adder-Hellcat game at the Gymnasium. An unnamed Hellcat player south of the Air Station. Bulldogs George Luscombe with
I Shore Duty the docket
was on
I goes in for a setup, while Kuehl <2) and Walker ((3)) attempt to stop next, and Mr. Avery it. at seven baskets and 14 points. Don
spent 'I
the play. The Hellcats are in first place in the NATTC Intramural I the Brooklyn Navy Yard from late Peterbok of the Bulldogs had 10

League and the Adders are close behind in second I 1918 to 1921 as Ass't Radio Ma- BOWLING RESULTS and Kuehl of the Adders, eight
--- -- terial Officer. The Adders led 2 7to 11 at half-

March Of Dimes For the second time in his ca- I Below is the week's results in time and 32 to 2t at the end of

reer, he spent a tour of duty I the first two nights of the Intramural the third stanza after the Bulldogs .

Ends At NATTCChaplain aboard the Wyoming between Bowling League: had a rally going at the start
1921 and 1923. The Wyoming was Thursday of the second half.
TEB
2 TOA 1 .
1TCenetws A. C. Boyer; March of Atlantic Fleet Flag Ship, then TOB 3 TEA 0 I
under Admiral McDonald. He TAP 3 TLT 0
Dimes for NATTChas was
r called representative-the drive "very com- on TAD orders to the Brooklyn TEB Tuesday: 3 TAP Navy Gets 95% of Quota
0
mendable" and complimented All Navy Yard for a short time, then 2 TOB 1
Hands on their generosity. The was ordered to duty with the TEA 3 TLT (forfeit) 0 Washington (A1T) Navy's

I March of Dimes Drive ended officially Bureau of Ships in the Navy Department -I ItAOlK: STANDINGS within 5 per cent of meeting Its

c last Tuesday at 1200. at Washington, D. C. His Tram \\.in I..tt 15,000 quota when enlistments and

I' In all, a total of $104000 was duties were in connection with TOB TEB 4:5 2 1 reenlistments amounted to 14,309it

received in the drive. Last year, the Radio Station at El Cayey, TOA 3 3 was announced herd.

I the drive netted only $636.25. Con Puerto Rico until September, 1923. TAF TEA 3 3 .3 3 ----

: sidering that there are less per- Then he was sent to Puerto Rico TLT 0 6
BINGO TONIGHTOnce
A couple of what we thoughtwere sonnel aboard NATTC, than at this for duty until November, 1925. In High three: games-TEB 2563

confirmed bachelors bit that time last year, and that over August, 1924 he was promoted to High single-Tfc.B. .S8fa again the pound of "81n.go"

weU known old dust here recently. $400.00 more was taken in that Chief Gunner Radio, and later, ulll resound in Snug liar-
Chief F. W. Pearce, In charge of last, the results are very gratifying his rank was changed to read Fussy wife of officer: "I wanta bar back of Ship's ,Service as
glass of water for the radiator, the weekly Bingo games sponsored .
the NATTC Galley, took the fatal indeed. Chief Radio Electrician.The .
,_ a thimble of oil for the motor, anda by the :Navy Wives Club,
last Saturday evening, while TEA, MAD, Operational Flight
step next aboard
sea duty was ''
demitasse of I think
ulll be
gasoline.
Chief Claude Hamilton married Training, TOM, and TAM each averaged played tonight, Matting
the USS Wright, which was the that will be all." at 2000 until 230.Tonight's .
Lillian Steinke, AMI after what one dollar a man, with 100 Flag Ship of Aircraft Squadronsof Filling station attendant .
,
whirlwind cent contributions by all men Jackpot) has hon
was* a per
undoubtedly the Atlantic Fleet. Rear Ad- "
"Couldn't I ?
cough in tires
your jacked to $70.00 this week
courtship. They first met on the in the divisionsSwitzerland's_. miral Horn was her Flag Officer, I ,
I while the nightly Blackout card
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lovely old evening of November 29 which also had Rear Admiral Did :you hear the description of will amount for
to $20.00
1947, at an All Hands Dance here UMT Raby, and Rear Admiral Ernest a pink elephant ? It seems he is to lucky seine
at the NATTC Auditorium, and King aboard, just recently retired be called a beast of bourbon. I person.RETIRES
proceeded to win the Waltz Con- as Chief of Naval Operations. T

test. They were married about System Described More shore duty was the order Tins WEEK: .

three or four weeks ago. That's from 1928 to 1930 at the Norfolk ; -'-" ", ..::.'" ___ _
S whirlwind, If anything ever was. Boston (AFPS) Expressingthe Navy Yard, where he was Ass
We heard via the grapevine that belief that a system of military Radio Material Officer.

the Adders beat the Hellcats in training for youth In the A hitch was served aboard the

a practice game last week. The United States would result in USS Trenton during 1930 and

game, of course, doesn't go Into benefit to the country, Georges H. 1931. At that time it was Flag

the records. And speaking of basketball Barrell, Swiss Consular agent Ship of Cruiser Division No.2, ..
this here old Memphis here described the system used In Atlantic Fleet. Then on to the h

bound base has every reason to Switzerland."In USS Mississippi in 1932 which was :
be proud of its three basket- Switzerland," he said, under the process of being modern- a

bailers performing on the Jax- "everybody is taken Into the citi- ized, after which he was sent backto y.

Navy Flier squad. R. W. Ekern zens' army when they arrive at Norfolk Navy Yard for some

....... of AvFund and Al Henningsen the age of 19 or 20, dependingupon more shore duty. The year 1936 .
a
and Doc Johnson, both instruc- home circumstances. From found him CFO the USS Quincy
tors in AEM "A" schools are the then on they are allowed to take working on Radio installation for

boys in question. special courses. the ship with the Fore River Ship

JOKE OF THE WEEK: "In training, the youth of Building Co. at Quincy, Mass He
Switzerland not only learn the in the Naval at both
One feller walks up to another was Hospitals
methods of protecting their coun- Chelsea Mass and Norfolk Va.
feller and says: ,, Hi
try against enemits but. they are after a touch of asthma got the
Feller No. 1How: about lending
also building up their bodies thru
better of him in 1936, after whichhe
me five bucks 'till my brother exercise."A .
proper
was returned to duty and sent
- straightens out? fully trained citizens' armyof
aboard the Indianapolis in 1937
Feller No. 2: "Sure, buddy, here more than half a million fighting for a very short stay. He was < 4 e

you are. What's wrong with your men can be mobilized: in the ordered aboard the Arkansas for

brother anyhow*" short space of about 48 hours." another sea cruise, and then in .5 a.5 S
Feller No.1 "He's ---- ----- F
: humpbacked
1938 was sent to duty at the RCA 4a

." Navy Finds Warm SpotIn Manufacturing. Co., at Camden,

(Yak, Yak, Yak!) New Jersey as Ass't Inspector ot

The latest over at Welfare in- Antarctic Region Radio Material. There he stayed ::: ,

volves Spot, the librarian's cat. Washington (AFPS) A new until December, 1940, when he .

Seems Spot is biding her time region in the frigid Antarctic was sent to the Vincennes, which

Just waiting for THE blessed where the sun shines and birds was on patrol and escort duty in

event or events. Therein lies flitter about in above freezing the Atlantic, being aboard her a.

the story. The boys have got a temperatures has been discoveredby when war was declared in early ,

pool started, betting on the num- the Navy map-making expedition : '42 when the ship was ordered to Ss

ber of "little kitties" to be born to the South Pole. the Pacific Task Force to participate .

What they won't think of next. The warm "oasis" in the otherwise in the Doolittle Raid on $s aYs?.

The station is really in an up- : frozen, bleak Antarctic has Tokyo. The ship whent back to

roar over the Memphis move. Nine been described :y members of the Pearl Harbor, then took off for

vans already have left here fully expedition as "one of the most Midway for that historic battle

loaded with excess gear, and nine remarkable regions on earth." and on down to the drive going

more were due in yesterday. Sev- There is but little ice in the reg- I on in the Solomons, where the

eral key men have already been ion, the expedition reported, and i Vincennes was sunk on 9 August
sent to Memphis to prepare their temperatures. were recorded in the 1942. After that it was back to

respective schools for installation, j 30s, with the sun shining during shore and duty with the Staff
when they get there lone period for 36 hours straight. of Commander South Pacific Nil Avery, LCDK., VSNI



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. STRONGMEN Fiast Round Of NAS In'lroMurol'Boslelhull '





Ends Tomorrow; A Ii R.




'v1 I And Supplv Lead Twin LeoQues


.m I. -
: With the first round inJainside's
league. Monday they sewed up hapless VM five, 34-13 as Art Hop-
Intro-mural Bas-
I their position for the runner-up py collected It points for the
ILi
ketball League slated to come spot defeating the Flag Unit, 39- I leathernecks last Wednesday afternoon -

to a close tomorrow, action in I 26, with Phil Cartwright leading Flag Unit won easily over
I I both circuits has been the winners with eight points. the CPO Club, 37-20. as Jim Col-
bOil-I lins annexed 13 tallies for the
ing all 18 Flag Unit copped its fourth win
over as cage
of the season last Friday as it winners In a real thriller Wednes-
fight for the top four places. I dropped NARTU, 26-22, in a hair- day, the Seahawks mastered Operations -

The strong A & It quintet still I raising thriller which was not decided 32-29, with Spud Reider

:1A reigns supreme in the National until the final whistle ripping the meshing for 19 pointsfor
; I ations continued the the Seahawks.
on
while
Ee loop a scrapping Suppl oper-I
ball
soundly spanking the Hospital played heads-up to
\' five leads the parade in 26, with Rog Gates ,, drop Communications, 33-J2, in
the junior circuit. A & R is 13 points. Supply ran wild over one of the most thrilling games of

I the only undefeated cage VM Unit, 54-20, as it fought for I the day a week ago Tuesday. Walt
i Kellams: hit the bucket for 16
team in either league.The the top spot in the junior loop Friday -
Joe Eifert spearheaded the points to lead the Hospital crew,
mnnnm'n _'____ ._.._____m__ i second round will get underway Supplyers with 14 points. ATU No I A & R had little trouble In clip-
next Thursday, following
ARt YOU" V 98-POl'ND' w" akling0 Ther."'s no need to bt' i 5 pulled one of the biggest upsetsof ping IATU 52-37, on the same ....
the reconditioning of the hardwoodat
ashamed I.f. that puny body at th,' pool ot gym in th. future': Take the season Friday as they dropped day as Buck Buntin and John ..
the Mainside Auditorium it was
adxaiiia- it Phvsnal: Ttaining" new weight-luting layout at '! the Seahawks ( VA ATU No Booth threw in 16 and 15 tallies
Bldg bOi The room will bo open for use every night until :2100, announced by intra-mural Kehl cage 6)), 26-18. with Phil Cartwright apiece to lead the A & Rt.rs. ATU
and mi.tniiti >ns will w given b\ Chester A. Sikorski. AMM3c, of league manager Bill garnering 11 markers. No. 4 annexed its second win of
John Pawloski, S2t A hustlin' bunch of lads under the season the same day stopping
ATUNo 4. In the above photo Lt Paul King Naval Hospital \\'In..
the colors of the Administration Ordnance and Gunnery, 46-36, a*
and Jsikotski try their hand at muscle bUIldIng following the opening ,(I
last weekLocal Annex continued to hang onto ) A fighting Yard Department five Ed Phiffer and Jake Mi Tver each
-- .- second place in the senior loop, forced a strong Hospital quintet I collected 10 points for the "zoom-
I bumping off the everdangerousNaval to go the limit Thursday with the ies.

Wrestlers Face Strong i Hospital quintet, 58.12E corpsmen winning, 39-36 Walt Standings as of 1800 Tuesday, 3
Tuesday. IATU also racked up an Kellams collected 16 points for the February:
I important win, Flattening a game leaders. A & R remained undefeated -
NATIONAL LKAOUK;
Pensacola Team Here Saturday! Yard Department five, 4626. Bill dropping ATU No. 4, 35-20, as TI;AM WUS LOST
Hillyer led the winners with 13 Coach Chism's reserves showed A&R 7 <0
plenty of in winning. M-l Administrative Anne markers power
Fresh from a runner-up spot in the recent Naval Air Naval hospital 4' 3
Buck Buntin sparked the A & R Division stayed in the runningfor .
Training Athletic Conference wrestling tournament the :M 1 Division 4 3
five a decisive 54-31 win over the top honors as it dropped IATU Ordnance & Gunnery 4 3
Jax-Navy grapplers will come to grips with a powerful team Ordnance and Gunnery five Tues 46-36, with Billy Stowe swishingthe JA1U 3.
Mainside Auditorium' nets for 15 VA ATU NCummunll'atlons\), 4 3 :3
from Pensacola at points.
Pre-flight Saturday day as she collected 11 tallies. In 2 6

at 1100. The dual match will probably turn out to be a home the other encounter Tuesday, the Ordnance and Gunnery showed Yard Department 1 t Ii

and home battle with the Fliers journeying to Pensacola next I' M-l Division swept ahead of Com- I plenty of hoop knowledge Thurs- AMERICAN: J.I;.\OUF::
munications to win, 41.35, AS Billy day as it dunked Communications, TEAM WitS JusT
Wednesday. Stowe potted 10 buckets for 20': 44-36, to climb Into third place Supply S I
Following the Pensacola brawls, I points Steve Hovonac led with 14 tallies VA ATU N.), 5 8 2Operation
two members of the local aggregation After dropping its initial two I for the leaders 3 2
CPO Club Out Fg\ Unit i
Marvin Klemman and Jim I games, VA ATU No. "> has comeback I Glenn Hoskins paced ATU No, 5 VA ATU :Ni' 5 :2
Sonic, will leave for Brooklyn, New I to rack up six straight wins to a 31-17 win over NARTt last I Mailnes 4
York, where they will take part in Front In EM and take a cummandng hold on Wednesday. bv garnering seven CPU VARH Club!: J 3

the All-Navy finals. Both boys wona second plai'*" in the American markers The Marines stomped a 'v M t nil 0 6
crack at the coveted Navy crown Bowling LeagueWith "
and a possible shot at the OlympICS LEAD AMERICAN LEAGUE I
by copping the championshipat only one week remaining
the NATAC touiney in the enlisted men'a bowling

The Jax-Navy team was sched- league, the CPO Club keglers ar-
entrenched in first >.
two
now plan
uled to take part in the Seventh ahead of their nearest
points tials \
Naval District competition at ?
Communications. Assenbland t
Bldg 612 yesterday. But the dia- \ -
dem is practically already in the Repair is holding down th
third with 21 %a,
!
place position points @
hands of Jacksonville since Green
; ahead of the '.
one DispensarI \ :S '0
Cove Springs is the only other sta- Y9. 0
tion in the District to have a wrestling -I Last week' competition, saw
representatIve. It is reportedthat the CPO Club defeat Supply. 4-ti
Green Cove will not have Dispensary win by a forfVit "?\ M Pa g tC 9cJ.Pt

enough men to give the local teama ; the Photo Lab, 4-0, and Boathoux., 4HA5 Y ;
battle for the championship, so I bow to ATU No, 4. 4-0 NAS HAS HAS
the matches will be for individual Other results included CPO ('lib l : NAS .
honors 4, VM-0 (forfeit; A&R-4 ATI

Members pf the Jax-Navy squad 1'-- 1-0 ( forfeit I Common y-atrons- '

include L, S. Beebe, Marvin Klein- Boathouse-0.: Supply-4. ATI
man, Bob Thomas, John Pawloski, 10-0 forfeit( ) ; Supply. Photo -
D. C. Rusk J. R. Senic, and D. E. i Lab-0 I forfeit) ; ATU No. 10- + -
L ons. : A.J.R-1: and Dispensary-2 ( ''>m- .,- -- W .t -

munications-2.
I Z
)
'Yyf e'i
w '.
i
''
WAVES Score StanllitigsTI
tM: )'11I1'1 'l'S
CPO ClubCommunication 'h
48-19 Win Over 'i A
A&R JI Ppi r1) b +
Southern BellThe Dispensary lI' u- '
Supply I 4 vPPLIe
ATU No. 4 i::: ii- wp 4LIPp

NAS WAVES basketball ATU No. 10 I c. '-
Boathouse 2 a i
sextette kept in the running for ATU No. 1 '.'I a
the In-Town Girls' Basketball Photo Lab i .s-t
League championship bunting last VIIVA No4 u d-5 o

week at the Lee High Gym, by I _
soundly trouncing the Southern I lover her nearest rival. e
Bell Telephone Company hoop- I The rest of the scoring was ei Nis, -

sters, 49-19 i ly distributed among the remaining .

The Navy gals came through I forwards. Coach Pete 'rusti
with one of the best games of their I'' ana used his whole squad during

season, working the ball in the rout. !

until fora The WAVES will with j
smoothly an opportunity go along .
....
,
score came Butch Glover especially the Fliersto_ Memphis tomor'yow -
played a good floor game II where they will do battle with two Ssl'OKllMi AN KXC:KM.LlsT; :5 t slate for the season the NAS Supply intramural cage quintet \

her short, snappy parses settingup top-rankfng civilian teams as preludes is 'urrently resting in first place in the Amtr, an League and is beginning to draw away from
many WAVE scores. to Flier games. the rest of the field, Members of the fast-moving squad include front row left to right s'i W Klahr,
Laddie Vladeff took scoring I > D. R. Forbes J. J. Cliff, 1<'. A Livolsi, R 1.. Wa i K'I> 111. second row R S Murphy E, B. Parker, A. A,
Plousis G. Fish and J. C Eifett.
the 24 I The h '' highest ,
honors for night netting Stanley Cup x key's ..
----- -- ---- --
points during her stay on the award, dates back to 1893 and j ,

floor She is now well ahead in J \\a4 donated by Lord Stanley for COMDR. BRIGGS IS : Chief Carpenter Named
the individual scoring race in the l the, hockey championship of Can-I
league holding a 20-point margin I ado, I I3axNavy HIGH MAN AS A & R :
-- -- --- ___ Coach Of Tiger Cagers .
RETAINS PIN LEAD .

Boxers Preparing The Physical Training and Welfare -,
Comdr. Chester A. Briggs of the I Department announced last ''urday evening.

Golden Gloves A &: R bowling team rolled a 237 j week that Chief Ed Carpenter I! The starting five for the Tigers
For
TourneyMembers for the weekly high score in the would take over the coaching reins i' over the weekend will probably* : ,
of the NAS Tiger colored include Walker at center. Augus-
of the Jax-Navy boxing team! are now working out Officers' Bowling League last cage tus and Turner
at forwards and
squad and under his tutelage, the ,
in earnest afternoon at NATTC in order to get into the best I .
every week to help keep his team in the locals were scheduled to go into Scott and Plaskett at guards. .
condition for the Jacksonville Golden Gloves Tourney on 21,
possible
top position in the race for the action against the vaunted StAugustine The Tigers did not fare so well .)
21: and 21 February at the Armory.
.
championship.The town team at the NAT- I in their two last -
outings week.
Many of the current crop of fistic fishers participated In the
A&R keglers brought t icir TC Gym last night at 1930. bowing to the Florida Normal eager -
their show-
Golden Gloves a season ago and are out to better previous
in the tournament of champions this season a total to 17 points in last Carpenter has already installeda I *, 60-36, and then being drubbed
ing year. '
week's beating ATU No 4, ,, to the tune of
play by 43-34 against How
Eddie DeCore and Mike Hernandez both battled their way to rigid training program, drivinghis
crowns last year and both are hoping for a repeat performance. (-0, and Operations, 31. Other charges hard at every session I ard Academy.
Aaron Garcia, who was beaten a season ago, will be back once moreas results included Public Works-2, this week. He hopes that the Jack- Walker and Augustus shared ; "!.'

will Joe Steiner, a novice champion who has graduated to the open- Seventh Naval District-2, and sonville quintet, with added prac- the losersi scoring honors against
class rangs. Nursea-4, Executive Department0 tices under its belt, will be able Florida Normal, both sinking eight

Other boys who will participate in the action at the Armory in (forfeit). to upset a strong Stanton High II points, Against Howard Academyat

three weeks include Joe Martin, Richard Casciano (a Florida State TK4M POINTSA IT team this weekend.The Ocala, Bud Scott led the field'

A.A,U. Champion), Joe Dobronski, and many more. ATU* N R> 4 II Tigers will play a home and with twelve markers as the Tigers
Because of the Golden Gloves tourney. Lt. Comdr, Anthony J. Operation II home aerie with the Stantonites, took it an the chin once more.
Rubino head coach, announced last week that the PensacolaJacksonville 7 ND I l') playing hodt at the NATTC Gymon I ,

match which was postponed last: Friday because of bad Nurses Public W,>ilu 3 1 Friday night and then Journey- T..niiU was originally tailed I

weather" will not be heed until after the golden Glove! EaecuUvii, ) IItg to the sthoold hardwood Sat Sl.hlilrl..ttk Id un.Page ,




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