Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vol 5-No. 44 i 12 February 1948

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District

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''CNA.RT To Inspect NARTUMon .


Fliers Crowned Seventh Naval District Hoop ChampionsStretch

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Wins To All NARTU UnitsParticipating

16 Straight In I In

;, Annexing Title Important Event

." NATAC Laurels Almost Outstanding SpeakersTo

>" Within Grasp; Season 4 fi Talk; Prominent

Slate Climbs To 18.2 i t t E
Citizens To Be GuestsAll


.:. Smashing three more OPPOnents personnel of NAUTU,
into submission, the 4 1 including 1 : stationkeepers,

Jax-Navy Flier cage squad :squadrons; VF-521 and VI

brought its victory skein to ( ML)36): Fasrons 58 and 158,

16 and its season slate to 18-:.! ------ ---- 'the Marine Air Detachment
> i. 'I r > 1t h.rth. le' , last week. In conquering Key .
} Naval An Si a' on. d,1 t ,asi Sa'' u-dav: a Personnel 1 it HD. tion '10 :tti mal ai, ,-a Shown ao<>\'.. just pr'/or
r'r West, Riddle Inter-American I, to the pi 'senld' ,otm al" n"M' "J ighl 1.1 ,g V"II1o'rt i R F'lea'wno, wn awarded the iMstmgmsh: d the Second Annual Military
: College and the Memphis i Flying. .loss and,I iiiid S'ai' In h.'u .it se< mil thud' tolil/'Ih I and nrf n A.r M.dalt, William ('. (...ipeneACMM I Inspection of Jacksonville's
' Hellcats, the Fliers annexedthe I'' \ Distinguished H\mg\ ( 'visa. Lt St,ph.'n B Smith. An M,-1dl 1 mid < ;uld 1 Stats in lieu of :Naval Air Reserve Training:
f I' Seventh Naval Dish'ietI se'and and thud Air Mt'daN :Midshipman Ted R. M<'Hmnis, Air Medal and cold Star in lieu of second Unit by Rear Admiral Rich%
Air Medal, and Frank Botkuwski, AOM1, An Medal' and Gold Slat in li.-u ot second Air
championship and also ard C. Whitehead next Mon
I prac-
, tically clinched the Naval Air I M.dal.'I day. The inspection is sched
ftu2fion-Wde Contest Is
I Training Athletic] Conference 'I uled] for 2000.

crown. Admiral Whitehead slated t)

I, By topping KeyVest in two Dro'ft'Jiing Food 01 Entries HereWith EH replace en as Rear Chief Admiral of Naval Edward Air nee C.

straight games, the locals easily
the serve Training on Saturday. Ad.
station-wide photo con- -
the Seventh Naval
diadem test sponsored by the Mamside I Catherine Doe of Staff Public In- enter three photos in each class miral Ewen has been named Director
and by virtue of that championship Hobby Shop now entering its fourth t oi'ma tion Office; and Arthur M The exposure and diaphragm open- of Public Relations for the
will trek to Norfolk Va., on week a flood of entries are pour- Greene, Editor of the Jax: Air ing must be stated on the back Navy.
3 March where they will do battle News of the All be
ing into contest headquarters, it punt punts must I Accompanying; the admiral on
with nine other quintets inquest was announced yesterday by H B Closing date for the competitionwill either 8":<10" or 11 'x4" on double his
inspection tour here will Ixi
of the Eastern Naval Dis- I''
Clayton contest director. be 1 Match it was revealed weight matte paper, dry mounted -
members of his staff and ColonelT.
trict and River Command
The judges will announce their ,
The class has drawn
portrait .
G. Enn, Chief of Staff
The Eastern winner will then playIn decisions later that week All
more entries than any other, Clay- Winners in the different groups
Commander of Marine
the All-Navy finals in April. ton said The scenic group is run- entries will be on display in the : will be awarded ten dollars in Reserve -
The locals will have a chance to ning a close second with little ;Main Administration Building fol- : equipment and runners-up will Training The inspecting
cinch the NATAC bunting Fridayand i interest shown so far in the acton: I lowing the close of the contest. J!I receive five dollars in equipment party will be assisted by a group
Saturday nights when I The rules contestants to of officers from NARTU, Norfolk
they and miscellaneous groups permit for their efforts. All photos will
take on the Whiting Field.squad Contest judges also announcedthis .. -I stand a chance of nabbing the $25 Va., headed by Captain Oscar Pe-
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at Milton, Fla.I'liera'L'op. week, include Captain Herbeit'' I grand award given by the Welfare Commanding Officer oC
that activity Lt Col. Robert A,
MempliU S. Duckworth NAS Commanding I Department.
Led by Al Henmngsen who Officer; Lt. Emmett Sanders, Sta- Detailed information 0the Black head of NARTU's Marin
threw in 18 points the Fliers tion Photographic Officer; Chief : NAS VARIETY SHOW contest mav be obtained from II Air Detachment will serve as Regimental .
trounced the highlv-touted Mem- Charles Miller, leading chief of B Clayton at the Mainside Hobby Commander for the inspec-
(Continued on Page! :3) the NAS Photo Lab; Lt. Comdr. ': A combined Variety :Show Shop. i (Continued on Page 4)
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pooling the sta- |

Personnel Enter 2nd. tlon'l6 military and i\ilian JMTsonncl I Rear Adm. Swanson I
May i ; i* Wing planned forNAS Says

It was", announced tills

Annual Literary Contest week An experienced: director l I.*l'|' World Is "Sick And Sad""This I

(SEA)-Active duty Navy and Marine Corps personnel into being-. bought. to whip the chow ex-1 "The people of Germany are not hungry, they aloe starving

--officer or enlisted-who feel they've a touch of the poet |)eri<*bliap me In Anyone producing Iwvlng and diirecting ," Iear Admiral] Clifford A. Swanson, Surgeon General of

or author in them, can brush the cobwebs off the first va- I hlums! of thin kind Jtit the U.S/ Navy, told members of the staff and guests of the

cant typewriter they come to and start to work. i requested to apply In Naval Hospital here recently in a talk on "The Nutritionaland I

The occasion is the second annual Navy Literary Con- to I.t. (jg) J. C. U' writing Medical Conditions in Europe and the Near East." A

test, winners of which wi1ll'eceive scholarships to the Breadloaf -7i- <>, eat. 512.-- --- -- -- Urge turn-out greeted the admiral who is also Chief of the

Writers' Conference at Mid- I -- ----- ------ __ Bureau of Medicine and Surgery-
is a sick and sad world:"
" 'tai'ebury. Vt.., from 15-30 August. J l POINTED SAFETY REMINDER
-- --w -'_ ,.. said the Admiral who had made
""Two winners will be chosen for I "n : :; three extended trips to almost ever

I the contest, one of whom must be b\c ; \' part of the globe He praisedthe
: an enlisted man. Travel orders "sfs'r s : t undramatic work of the Pubu .
to and from the conference will be i Health doctors prior to swing
Issued for winners. I mg into the theme of his talk
According to Rear Admiral
b Original, unpublished stones
-uanson average caloric Intake
articles, or novels of
essays and; Y
R +u t m the United States is 3,30''
length are sought and all will bf
a day and in Great
Britain 2,40'')
given equal consideration, legaidlesa --
of subject.Manuscripts [per day. In direct contrast to this
h> n i<' pointed out that the average
must be typewritten J ( ;" r'man citizen gets only 1,550 cal.
double spaced. They must # ',lies a day. and the displaced per-
have a cover sheet showing titirof guns in the American Zone of
material, complete name, tankor I ;? many about 2,350 per day.
rate and service number ot the F.W. ? further stressing the effect of

author, with both duty station and l imger, he stated that the average
! complete home address. German adult is at least 25
Entries should be mailed to Orfice i P?"unds lighter than the average
of Public Relations Magazine ,\mencan adult in the same aga
and Book Section, Room 1000, Navy gioup Because of the lack of
II i Department Washington 25, rood, the Surgeon General saM(
D {., on or before 25 :May 1948 that the mortality rate from
diphtheria in Germany Is twenty
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C- '- '.' ,'. ,, I tidies greater than in the United
/'tI --, States and that the death rate

....,.."'"' ., i'" oJ,. '- 11'! ...\.., .,. ."" '. ''' .' :';':", : i :> <. there is 35 per cent higher per
Cal'l'n Sup I j, : """ ) 0"'* oX. "" '",'.' ...i.N. '".. "",*" ;, year than in pre-war years.
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:: l'iKSONNKI: another reminder of the current vehicular a report the condition in
"If your offk" U chilly, re- ; All STATION were given safety campaign gave on *
'r f eiitlxT, we are Raving 300 gal- last week when Public Works placed on display an actual wreck in front of Mainside Ship's the Near East, claiming that med
I'M of fuel oil per hour fur use | Service. The overturned truck serves! a-i a grim reminder to drivers of the danger involved in not obeying teat service provide by the Unit.
i when It really gets cold." traffic regulations and safety practices Here!, H W. Rlchirds S2c, and R E, Giles SK3c, look ed States were promoting good
over the truck will.Nr .
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r __ ._ Jax-Navy Wrestlers Declared

M ( Seventh Naval District Champs ;

S The Jax-Navy wrestling: squad ".
.5 S'S S added another trophy to Its collec- ship in the 115-pound class, ,.

: tion last week when it coppedthe Folitackis in the 125-pound grou 1

Seventh Navy District crown. Marvin Kleinman in the 136-pou

S : No competition was necessary to bracket and D. C. Rusk la thIS

\ ; decide the District champion as 147-pound category >

5 the Jacksonville squad outclassedall In the heavier weights, Johfl

other wrestlers in the district Godek was named 160-pound titraj

Jim Senic took the champion- holder and C. W. Thomas toot?;
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174-pound championship ahea4"4of

672.cllmatlzer. $2250. Lt. Allison ext. runner-up John Pawloski. C. %J.

1936 Pontlac. $250. Phone :0-1352 Patterson Ballard the 191-pound tltleholdeav
2745 West Lakeshore Blvd just eked by L. S. Beebe, and Uki
1936 Chrysler. Made for heavy loads E. Lyons got the nod as H-aVJ4t1O

I' t complete B Lelbe,with Photo a o.n'lx' 'f5ei: weight champion. .

r sa 288. Last Saturday, the Jax-Navy
75-pound Coolerator Ice-box $35, oil
grapplers were slated to come tot
range $20. Phone 8Bramblett.. \
1937 Ford four-door sedan 85 hp.' engine grips with a powerful Pensacohtfprefllght
radio sealed beam lights new team, but bad weathe!.
tires seat covers and paint job $495: conditions prevented the West
cash or $295 down $5 per week Ph.
3, i 5-8287 Champa Coast wrestlers from flying her*
Blue cravenettcd top-coat, size 39 for the match.
+ : long. Good condition, $25. Chief Col- Head Coach Paul
King announced
llcott Bid* 545. ext 322.
Slx-ioom, pie-war house completely 1 that five members of hl)
furnished Excellent condition, with squad would leave this week for
garage and high lot. Small equity for Brooklyn to battle for
I veteran or non-veteran and assume
: payments of $51 per month. No refinancing honors. The wrestlers All-NaVYA
neceessary. Phone 8-2077 or make the trip include .
ext 8283 Welch 5232 Colonial Ave.. Marv Kleinman, D. C. Rusk, C .
e .5'F Thomas, and John Godek.
Four steel slat Venetian blinds like I
new. Fit 29" windows Cream with
matching tapes Also two tomposltlon 1

CAPTAIN HERBERT S. DUCKWORTH, NAS Commanding Officer, hands the Seventh Naval board blinds In good condition: Officers' Wives
All for $1375 Greene, ext. 8181. or
District Wrestling Championship trophy, won by NAS last week, to ,Marvin Kleinman, S2c as Comdr.F. see at 4551 Blount Ave.. Tlmuquana I
. J. Brush Executive Officer looks on. Kleinman is the Naval Air Station's big hope in the com- Manor Stage Showing Of

ing All-Navy mat champIonships. 1916! model. 26 ft. Universal trailer
Two bottle butane stove circulation
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be financed with 10 per cent down. heater fluorescent lights, two new Spring FashionsPhoto
700x16 six-ply heavy duty tires. Two
Can be purchased furnished Includ-
ing new electric kitchen. and one-halt rooms Sleeps four: New
complete ( 2)
I on Page
I Commercicd ullefin Phone 2-.614 after 1630 R. P Cal- Hollywood bed. All In Scat class con-
. vin. 4521 Blount Ave, Tlmuquana I dition. Can be seen at Davis Trailer A showing of the newest styles
Manor two miles from NAS. I Camp across from Dewey Park. in women's apparel and millinery
Bulletins will, be accepted until space has been filled, but not Fairbanks-Morse gasoline generator Fussell. highlighted the monthly meetingof

later than 1000 Tues a-\'. K.\t. 8230. automatic type. $250. D J. Lundon, FOR RENT the Officers Wives Club at the

lon; SALE 1937 Hudson Terraplane four-door sedan White Shop gold 742 A&R.engagement ring with Furnished bedroom with kitchen pilv "O" Club last week. The very
1948 Ford two-door sedan Less than All new upholstery, leatherettedoor lieges In private home. Near NAS
I matching wedding ring, five diamonds latest in spring fashions were displayed
300 miles Phone 2-7897 or ext 3J6J. panel mare tires, completelyrebuilt Jim Strayer ext. 751, Phone 2-6794 or 8-1183 Mrs. Morton.
engine and transmission, less by professional models fromCohen's
G. Mills NATTC Personnel Office. Furnished apartments and housekeeping
than 9.OCX) miles radio heater seat
rooms Downtown. Linens, dish- Department Store in Jack.
1941 DcSoto four-door sedan. Radio Five sets of Golf Clubs. Contact Leighton -
and full of anti-freeze. Free-
heater five good tires. Sell equity covers 1313B St. NAS. at NATTC PT or call ext. SX3.: esh utensils hot water reasonable somille while members of the Officers'
land Randolph
tot $300. S. C. Bugbee, Room 109 Four rooms of furniture Including rates near NAS bus line. Phone 4-
Golf clubs, set of eight matched 9855 Llnd 754 West Adams Street. Wives Club modeled the
BOQ 714. Breakfast set. Bedroom set, chest of
Irons Phone 7-5663 hat
Ballenger. drawers Will share home with couple: home newest creations.
1491 Ford super deluxe five passenger Projector new 500-watt, 8mm Revere Rocking chairs. Occasional and kitchen I privileges, In Murray
chairs Book Case and Lamps. 3110-B Officers' wires who took part in
Heater lifeguard tubes excellent -
coupe. model 85 radiant screen. Kodak Hill section. Call after 1830 and Sun-
Barr Ave., Dewey Park. Rathbun.
tires aircraft type shocks rewind and splicer. G. S. Chi- Sailboat days. Phone :2-2404( Mrs. Touchton. the modeling included Mrs. Jules
center board
1948 tag. G. V. Ka>lnsk ', Bids. 501, type. I
NATTC ext. 397. Chester Carburetor Shop A&.R, orphone Also tlglne: outboard motor, run 4 4808 Royal Street.Will F Schumacher, Mrs. Charles I*
Il4707.Twowheel hours. Ortega Boat Dock at Ortega/ share home with couple, no chlldien I Denton, Mrs. Joseph B. Tibbetts,
25 ft. Glider house trailer. Excellent commercial trailer, 1500 Bridge. W. B. Reynolds, ext. 277 Phone 8-2418 Mrs. Satter- Mrs. Robert M. Askin Mrs. Charles
condition completely furnished. cubic feet all steel body ball hitch, or 2-7327. whit 2220 Vista Street.
Phone 7-8316 M. J. Gaiiett, 2807 E. Robertson, Mrs. Charlie N. Co.
; excellent condition 1500 miles, will Two-piece living/ room suite two end Will share home with couple. Private
College Street. sell for half price, R. J. Bennett, I tables I two table lamps, solid mahogany bath private refrigerator steam natser. Mrs. William S. Emerson
1947 model "M"' system 18 ft. house Bldgr 613, ext. 794, or see at 5102 G.E. table model radio. cof heat child welcome Near NAS. Ph Mrs. J. B. L. Runyon, and Mrs.
trailer. Excellent condition. Ideal for Timuquana Road, Haley Trailer fee table, 9'x12' wool rug. portable 2-9935. Mrs Moye. 2913: Myra Street. John E. McQuary.
VA-ATU No. Furnished threee-bedroom house to
couple. Chief Guthile Park Singer sewing machine oak desk
4, e\t 711. 01 see at 4020D Dewey Bedroom !suite Includes new hollywoodbed four piece bedroom suite, felt mattress buyer of good Bendlx washer and Mrs. Charles E. Robertson was
Park Annex. with new white leather headboard set of box springs, bedroom I stove for $315. Rent :565 per month in charge of the Fashion Show
16 ft. x 16 ft. foui-room cottage with tall chest of drawers dresser chair live-piece dinette set chUdrent'lcome.. Vacant 1 March
bedrooms Furn- Easy 15 minutes from NAS 5208 Trans I- assisted by Mis. Martin H. T.
enclosed porch two with, hanging mirror night table Spin-Drr washing machine, iron- :
ished Including electric ice-box can several mahogany end tables panel Ing board, two sets of dishes curtains vanla Road. Wesconnett, or see LtTi : Kollmorgen.
be moved has to be seen to be ap- end crib play pen, new nursery drapes, odds and ends Must 'Inkle, VF No.2.
preciated. Walter W. Huber, Bldg. chair other odd pieces. All In good sell at once. 'offman ext. 428. 3725- Large bedroom. Twin beds adjoiningsun
423 NATTC 01 Air Base Trailer shape. Williams, 3541A Craven St., B Riley Ave., Dewey Park. porch suitable for living room Early Discharge
Camp after 1630. Dewey Park. gas heat and hot water. Gentleman
Table lamps and small maple table. Red brick veneer seven-room house Living room, bedroom and kitchen Mrs. Xena Foster. 2255 Post Street. Ends On 1 JulyBad
L.. C. Villa, 1314A Randolph St. NAS. with bath. Three bedrooms large fuinltuie Reasonable. Chief Foster Garage apartment In Riverside $10 per
100 ft. x 640 ft. lot partly wooded flreDlace. screened front porch, cement ext. 674. month, with best offer for furniture news, boys! All regular Navy
with pines. Excellent for raising! drive and garage, extra large Four complete rooms of furniture, curtains I' Bruce Bldsr 514 NATTC ext. 664WANTED .
chickens or truck farming. One block playhouse in back yard, oak floors. ladlo-phonograph etc, noth- enlisted personnel whose termination
from Beach Road seven miles from new hot water heater, entire Interior ing sold separately $275.: 1911 Chrysler I Ride from Park and Donald or Rlver- of enlistment is after 1 July
Jacksonville. $600 rosh or 9700 on has been recently painted two 50 time. See C. %V. Togett Shop 1346 120 lots Phone 2.10.9 or ext. 383 Lt. 1938 to 42 DeSoto, $100, 2-6279 or ext 524. Joan Negus: two month under
A&R. Comdr. M. E. Johnson, 3658 Boone J. R. Belknap, 3722B Riley Ave. Girl wanted to share room and kitchen early discharge
Large console radio-phonograph combinatlon Park Road.Sixroom Dewey Park. privileges In nice apartment. Locatedat the provisions of AINav 197-47, It
with Webster record changer frame house with bath. Set of officer greens and set of kha- 3111 Oak Street. Phone 2-4546 or was announced in AlNav 8-48 re-
bass reflex speaker $75. Lt. C. Splendid condition, lot 107 ft. front ki gabardines, size 37. Phone 2-2003, ext. 332 Crosby cently. .
W. Head ext &:62. running back 200 ft., lovely garden McElwee. Double bed with springs chest of "
Baby baslnette with mattress, folding plot, garage grand place for children 19-11 Lincoln foui-door sedan. Paint, drawers. Mrs. Parker ext. 407
stand. Mrs. Smith phone 31026M. $3 750 terms can be arranged body, and motor In excellent condition House or apartment unfurnished. Ph. Overheard at a local theatre the
1937 Studebaker. Good tiansportatlon Immediate occupancy. Just off Collins has radio Installed new tires 8-179S. Matthews. other night:
19-18 tag. Make offer. Phone 2-5039, Ave., near NAS. Phone 5-7778 and battery. Price $1.000. Can be fi- Ride from 133 Phelps Street to NAS "You know It's wonderful how
Wells 1261 Cumberland Road. or 5-7089 M. M Johnson 218 West nanced. See Lt. Comdr Dunn Bldg. I Supply Working hours 0745 to 1630. ,
1941 Schult trailer 24 ft., tandem Adams Street 135 ext. 456. Phone 3-1448-M or ext. 8144. Carlisle. the movies have advanced in the
wheels electric refrigerator and ex- Six-room house. Landscaped lot. Recently Officer bridge coat size 40 shot"t. To buy or rent. Three-bedroom houseIn past few years."
tras. Ideal for young couple movingto decorated Inside and out tile Cost $75 will saciltlce Phone 2-6389 I Lake Shore. Riverside or Murray "Yes, first there were silent pica
Memphis. Lot 2-1. Yukon Trailer bath, oak floors awnings. and venotlan I or ext. 562 J. 'F. Evans. Hill Furnished or unfurnished Must
Park, or see Dale E. Schwartz, b'inds Ideal nefifhboihood 1948 Studebaker Champion four door be teasonable Phone 5-6823-W, Cas- tures, then talkies, and now this
Galley 4. ext. 8118. for children U'nfui mshwl' !WOO: con sedan. Less than 800 miles overdrive cone after 1700 one smells." \
:'Utto"am rtakes"12 plctuies Ship 1--- -- -
Service price, $23.50); will sell for I
$16. Chief Powers ext. 600. z
:1937 Ford convertible Rood; shape.
$335. Chief Baird, Bldg. 700 ext 3S2
1947 Mercury club coupe. 10000 miles Spring Fashion Show
like new $1995, easy financing Chief
Justice ext. 593.
1936 Oldsmobile four-door sedan. Radio
and heater Engine In good condl / >M
Uon $400. Chief Askew ext. 79>.. ;4
Oil circulating heater, heats foUl
rooms brand new. Chief Gates. 3b08A x
Norman St. Dewey Park. i Y Z Zi
Two-wheel luggage trailer, excellent \
condition. J. Geiger, 1221B HanCOCk i
St.. NAS ext. 256. ..
{\ r kP iY
Man wrist watch, perfect conditionSo.
Miss Holms ext. 307 1
loaf> OldJmoblle; Fair condition good
transportation. $200. Fehi. ext. 8270
Malpe dinette set. end table r"\I' i tcst
chairs circulating gas heater. Phont244fa5 k
Mrs Webb. arI
Lu- aKe trailer 4 ft x 5 ft box o xy ,
Chief Burger VA No 5. Hangar ill I t
or see at Amos Tourist Court, Orange a Q

Vacuum: Park.sweeper, good; .condition con
plete attachments $25. Lt. Shahan b5s :
12 Cumberland Road. ,5 4 ,
39-10 Studebaker Champion. Excellen, s. y
condition; good paint tires and(
heater Can he seen any time aft .c
1700. R. G. Barube 3805B Norman k. 9s
St. Dewey" Park.
Baby stroller food condition. Fogies;
J436B: Child St.. NAS.
JSchult house trailer Three rooms new
paint tandem wheels and man' I
other fenttnes. Ideal for couple) mi,
Ing to Memphis Phone 2-5063' ACamera.
Knoll, 3122 Tlmuquana Road
miniature Speed Graph.
Complete outfit. practically new n, I -
Asters, Malnslde Dlspensaiv, est
415 / p; A' ,
Chief or officer topcoat size 4(). Onl\ 5-- ,
used for 30 days Phone 8-1320 L A f
Johnson.7wli I 1 rrfk

mufflers for .1946 Ford In perfect I :
conditionV I 111 trade for new t
Ford muffler and exhaust pip

Office.Montoya, ext 736 NATTC Personnel ,57

Sewing/ machine excellent condition
recently overhauled Priced for quick
sale. R. G. Bagube, 3806B( NormanSt. ;

.. Dewey Park. __ ._.._._m.......__ .
1941 heoter.Chevrolet convertible}. Radio HIE SPRING FASHIONS were unveiled to members of the 0 fficers' Wives Club last week at the monthly luncheon meeting of R

ner. eat 8110p1211A h ancocklSt the organization at the "0" Club. While the show featured model and attire from Cohen Brothers, a number of officers' wives modeledthe

NAS latest styles In millinery. Shown in the circles above the general luncheon view are, left to right, Mrs. Charles E. Robertson

Studio Parker couch ext.with 407 new clip cover. Mrs 1011''. Josph B. Tibbets, and Mrs, JohQ E. McQuary.


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MOVIES Weekdaj'9-1730 and 2000; week-ends-1430 and 2000.
t' "WILD HORSE MESA", with Tim Holt.

.... FRIDAY .
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DANCE, Bob Chester and SATURDAY his band. Starts at 2030.

KIDDIE SHOW at 1330. Feature: "RELENTLESS", Starring
Robert Young.

"RELENTLESS", featuring Robert Young.

"SONG OF LOVE", starring Katherine Hepburn

"BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES", with Myrna Loy.

___ .nmumm.mn.m.______.___ THURSDAY
"WILD FRONTIER", featuring Allan Lane.
Something New

TIlE THEATRE came to NAS start at 2000.
.r Jacksonville last week and
{ scored a howling success when "SLEEP MY LOVE", with Claudette Colbert.
a 1'yt : the Barter Players of the Stateof .. SATURDAY
their version of
; > Virginia gave "WILD FRONTIER", featuring Allan Lane.
William Shakespeare's "Twelfth SUNDAY

Night" at the NATTC Auditor- "WOMAN FROM TANGIERS", starring Adele Jergens. .
ium. (Top) Curio the Count's MONDAY AND TUESDAY"RELENTLESS" .
servant looks while Feste
with Robert Young.
the Court Jester, sings a tender
t love song and Antonio, the pageshe's ,
OF LOVE", featuring Katherine Hepburn.
tI ( really a girl in disguise) TIIURSDAY
at Count Orsino.
gazes lovingly "BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES", featuring Myrna Loy.
I, (Bottom) In the most hilarious
scene of the play Malvolio (in
nightgown) is ridiculed by Ma-
ria, Feste, Sir Toby Belch, and BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
Sir Andrew Aguecheek who MODEL AIRPLANE SIIOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 1200-2400.
have plotted his downfall. Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays.
r 4 MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3. Bid*. 91S. Meets at 1900

\ c I Stretch Wins Fridays.Thursdays.PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room :5. Bldg. 913. Meets at 1930

BOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
(Continued from Page 1) No 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 to 2130.
phis Hellcats, 63a.t Memphis BOXING For information regarding workouts contact Lieut.
4 Saturday. The Hellcats put up a I. Comdr. A. J. Rubino* extension 693; or report to Mainside Mat after
game battle in the opening half 1600. *'

but, in the latter canto, the Fliers MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located. in

I .e'. .' pulled away. the South wing of Building No. 955 is open to NAS personnel and
w The game was brutal from the their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions -
opening whistle until the final gun, by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho

WAVES Defeat NAS with no less than 52 personals being nograph available for use of all hands.
I CPO's Lead EM called on members of both LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build

I Civilian Girls In clubs. Though not one player was ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2000 Monday. through Friday. Saturdayfrom
Bowling LeagueWith banished from the contest for five 0900 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2000.
personals six hoopsters were SWIl\DUNG-Indoor PooL
I Dally Monday through Friday1800to
City League ClashThe Week LeftWith charged with four fouls. 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300 to 2100.

WAVES Henningsen with 18 points, led GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-
NAS came through week all scorers. Jim DeGroote, Flier day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
remaining -
with their best of the sea- only one more
game guard who scored four field goals trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
at the Lee in the first round of the
'son Tuesday night and five foul shots, came next ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
'High Gym, topping the NAS civilians enlisted men's intra-mural bowl- with 13 tallies. Bill Shorwood of cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
33-29, to stay in the fight I ing league the CPO Club keglersare Memphis led the losers with 12 Field. ,
for the In-Town Girls Basketball ( still leading the field with a .
I points. TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at Physical Training -
League championship. total of 33 points. Last week, the Fliers, 49; It"mphb.IS Building No 726.
Butch Glover led the local Navy Chiefs added seven points to their Although Memphis was breath- NURSERY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Out in Bldg. 1101.
sextette with 20 points though she total by a forfeit from ATU No. 1 ing down the Fliers' backs at the Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to- 2400; Saturday-0700 to
fouled out late in the final period and a 3-1 win over ATU No. 10. final whistle the locals> still had 0100 Sunday morning Hates: Hourly-25 cents for one chi\ ; 10 cents

Ruth Maliniak of the civil- Other scores last week included enough left to stall the ball for for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
ians also played fine ball, netting Boathouse-4 VA No. 4-0 (forfeit) ; thirty seconds and win the game, and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers)-$1

14 markers before fouling out. I Supply-4 VA No. 4-0 (forfeit) ; 49-48 Friday night. Coach Har- from 0700 to 1800.

The WAVES and civilians ATU No. (-4. ATU No. 1-0 (forfeit ry Knickelbine of the Fliers sub- I WHERE TO GO ASHORE
meet once more this season and,
) ; A&RVMO (forfeit) ; stituted sparingly throughout the
if the WAVES win again the two I I
Boathouse-4 Photo Lab-0
( the decisions of his .
teams will be tied for first place. game ams, above Lane Drug Store one block west of Navy Bus Station.
I ) ; ATU No. (-4, ATU No. 10-0
The NAS WAVES suffered their regulars. Free use of recreation room, writing room music room, checkroom
third and fourth setbacks of the I" R0.(forfeit) ; and Dispensary-4 A&- With the score tied and only six and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack

season last week at Memphis when minutes of play remaining, Al Hen- bar. Open from 12 noon to 12 midnight.

they were toppled by two top- ningsen, Jim DeGroote, Tom Kil-
ranking Independent teams. On final whistle cut short the rally. I gariff Bill Gibbs and Joe McKayall point lead the Jax-Navy team
Friday, the locals were defeated I II Butch Glover led the scoring scored in rapid-fire order to stubbornly held the advantage.Bill A & R Still Holds

In the last ten seconds of play by parade with 16 points. Skipper put the Fliers in front with a ten- Gibbs led the Flier scorers
behind 14 with 13 followed by Neil ( First Place In
the Munford Belles 3937. Then, I I Edge was right with point margin. points i
on Saturday, the gals in blue were markers and then came Laddie And then, on a signal from the Ensign with 12. But individual
stubbornly outlasted by a fast- i, Vladeff with 10. bench, the Jacksonville squad triedto scoring honors went to big Jack I Officers Bowling
-- MacDonald of Riddle who
OVing Standard Parts team of freeze the ball. But despite Jim pumpedin
emphls 44-40. I VOCALISTHANDSOME I DeGroote's herculean efforts, Mem- 18 markers. The Assembly and Repair bowl

The Munford game was a nip '", phis succeeded in gaining possession Fliers Tops In 7TH II ing team is still firmly en-
and tuck affair which got rougher time after time on intercepted The Fliers copped the Seventh I trenched in first place in the Of

as the minutes flew by. At halftime passes and closed the gap. Naval District Championship anda ficers' intra-mural bowling league
the locals were leading 21-12 V' I However the Fliers settled down shot at the Eastern Seaboard I four points ahead of their nearest -

but in the second half, the WAVE and staved off the challenge till crown last week by pinning a sec- I competitor the Operations

weakness at the free throw line I I the gun. ond defeat on Key West, 69-57:> on squad.
proved the difference. Out of a Once again Henningsen led the the NATTC hardwood.The Lt. Chester A Briggs, Jr., of
possible fifteen shots at the bucket scoring parade with 15 markers. issue was never in doubt the A&R squad came through with
the NAS hoopsters could only net I He Was followed ,by Tom Kilgarlff although Key West played a much 199 score to take the week's high

four points.All I r with 11, and Jim DeGroote with better brand of ball than in a pre- est scoring honors. It was the
the while the Munford 10. vious performance here as. the third time this season that he
Belles were closing the gap and Jar Trip! Riddle walked off with the honor.
took lead and
I Fliers a commanding
finally surged to the fore. But a Jax-Navy finished its season Last week, A&R topped Public
were content to stave off any ral
WAVE basket with only 30 sec with Riddle Inter-American I
play lies. Works 4-0 Operations beat the
onds left to play knotted the score College at the NATTC Gym last Nurses, 3-1. Operations tripped
at 37-37. Then, Munford came week the visitors 67- Henningsen led the scorers with
by defeating ATU No. 4, 3-1 and Seventh Na-
down the floor with short snappy 19 points. Next came. Tom Kll-
the second time.
59 for
:val District won by a forfeit over
which led to a set shot with 16 and Jim DeGroote
passes up The lone difference between the gariff the Executive Department.
for the winning score. with 12.
,tubs was Jacksonville's brilliant I STANDINGS
grabbed off all
Skipper Edge defensive ball. Throughout the TEAM: roiNTH
coring honors bucketing 17 mark- the Flier second string FRIDAY THE 13TII A&K . .. ..
era for the losers. She was followed game Operations .'. .
by Laddie Vladeff with 14. forced Riddle to shoot from the The signalman was in a hotel'' 7 N. ................15
Butch Glover with 8. center of the floor. And thoughthe room with a companion. Suddenly ATU No 4 ._..............13
nd Nurses ........._...
visitors mado a large per- there came a knock at the door."You'd .
< The following night, the WAVES Allen Foster will Public Work ................ 5
were once again cheated out of be the featured vocalist with centage of these desperate heaves, better Jump out of the .Executive .,.. o517th
victory by the timer's gun. Stand- Bob Chester's orchestra at the they could not overhaul the high- window," she said "it's my hus-

ard Parts opened fast holding a Crew's Valentine Dance at Main- riding Fliers. band." two bare hands, I'd UfcB
19-9 advantage at halftime. But side Auditorium tomorrow The regular first five saw ac- "But Flags exclaimed, "this is to choke.
then the WAVES settled down night. Dress will be optional so tion for only two minutes of the the 13th floor! And gladly, too, the bore.
slowly creeping up on their taller your best girl may wear eithera game. Coach Harry Knickelbine "Jim" the soft whisper came, Who reads thla column and then
rivals. Just when victory seemed slinky evening gown or regular preferring to season his scrubs. "this is no time to be superstitious. mnarks.
to be in their grasp, however, the street attire. And, after taking a quick four- .- "Pre road those gg before.



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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 12 February 1948

Time's Growing ShortIt I YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough>

5 ..__. ".".,.. ...,.,,.....
has long been a recognized policy of the

Editorial Offices Navy to train enlisted personnel in a varietyof

South fling, Loner Deck, Bldg. 9SO skilled trades. Now, an additional fieldis
Telephone Extension 8184 being opened to men stationed at NAS

Arthur M. Greene Editor Jacksonville. And while trainees will be required -

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the to have had a little experience, the AA 314
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and additional training they will acquire on the 1i
printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat job should prove invaluable. _
no expense to the government and in compliancewith
SecNav Circular Letter 15-1918: dated 12 December We're referring to the openings on the
1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat staff of the Jax Air News. Applicants are

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical now being considered as replacements for i -

Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval of two sportswriters and the staff artist. The I Oe
Command, Headquarters
Air Advanced Training
the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air lucky men chosen for these jobs will have a '

Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range rare opportunity to learn journalism from

and the U. 8. Naval Hospital. the ground up not theories from a text- I

Rear Admiral-Ralph Davison book but actual, on-the-job training. An experienced -
Commandant. Seventh Naval District editor will guide and assist them ; ,
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training their mistakes will be corrected and explained -

Captain Herbert S. Duckworth. USN. CommandingJacksonville ; and they will be able to see how the I r
Naval Air Station public reacts to their efforts by having their I I

Captain Jules F. Schumacher. USN Commanding: stuff published regularly. j I
Naval Air Technical Training Center Not much time remains. The new staff

CapUin C. I!. Scharr CMC), USN, CommandingU. for the Air News will be selected at the end II
& Naval HospitalCaptain of this month. If
you want to compete for' P
F. W. Pilestman USNR. CommandingMaal : one of these assignments, you'd better hur- >

Air Kt-sene Tialnlng Unit ry. Contact the Editor, Jax Air News, Bldg. VI t....

Lt CoJ. T. C Moore Jr, USMC, Commanding 930, Ext. 8184. He'll be glad to talk it over .
Mailne Barracks i with you. Remember, only Mainside en- I

Lt. I. C. Floerchlnger O-ln-C 'listed personnel are eligible. Your rate "Those NAKTU guys Mill try anything if taey think it \\nl
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field : makes difference if boost enlistments."
no : you can write, this
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn USMC may be your big chance.
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe I All NARTUContinued
JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Association
material. Republication of credited matter 25. D.prohibited C. Re- Hospital ( from Pagel)
of SEA. Washington
.without. permission .
publlcation l ot any other matter permission of Edit,
cations, la prohibited without Prominent Guests
i The Inspection Is expected to

Abraham LincolnToday clndllieuws Itntntotk\ would like to welcome aboard be a glittering affair under the
two new additions to our Nurse bright lights of the NARTU hangar. -
throughout the U. S. are Corps, Lt. Grace O. Pollard who Included in the imposing array -
they considerto I I Just finished a tour of duty at of speakers in addition to Rear
the birth of a man
celebrating the U.S.N.H., Naval Medical Cen- Admiral Whitehead are Rear Admiral
have been the greatest American who everi.d THE LENTEN SEASON I I ter, Guam, and Lt (Jg) Ruth C. Ralph Davison, Command.
Lincoln. Vickers, who came from the Eighth Seventh Naval Districtand
Abraham ant of the
) his birthday is not a national holiday Beginning yesterday with Ash Wednesday -' Naval District after being sworn Chief of Naval Air Advanced
While 11 February another Lenten into the Navy from civilian life.
of another great American, Trailing; Colonel Ennis; and R
that "Alice,
as got under Occupational Therapy. of the State of
way.Originally A. Gray, Secretary
millions will pay trib- of Dan Renken, SK3c is
Washington, I a I
George I I the Lenten Season had no due for a pleasant surprise. Dan Florida. Others on the speakers'stand .'
his memory today. will be Herbert S.
to Captain
ute linked with the special significance save that of indicating has just completed an Oriental
is not I II Duckworth Officerof
Abraham Lincoln the advent of Spring. The word itself is I II Knot Rug, in beige, brown and
Roosevelt or the late I "Alice"I NAS; Captain G. A. T. Wash-
Navy as Teddy derived brick with the name
Anglo-Saxon "Lecten"which Staff Admiral
and burn, Chief of to
Roosevelt were. But Navy men I worked in. He has put in many
lin D.
signifies the lengthening of days. Whitehead; Brigadier General Leo
in the quali- hours of work on the project
his example I
4 women may follow famed : This period, however, was used by the East- we are hoping Alice will appreciatethe i A. Walton, Commanding Generalof
ties and virtues for which he is justly ern and Western Churches as a period of rug. the 14th Air Force; Colonel R.

-justice, tolerance, and humility.The preparation for the celebration of the Easter Ens. Frank Raggio has completed -I District G. Howie; Major of the Dewitt Florida Military Hooker
the perpetuation of a unique plastic jewel box.
Navy's role in Festival. Restrictions upon the lives and makes it Commandant of Bolles School; Lt.
American ideals is not one of policymakingbut conduct of the members of the Church were This simple transparent for milady plastic to locate her Comdr. Dean Boggs, president of I
execution of the policies set by the made amusements I the Jacksonville chapter of RONS;
in the were frowned upon, and jewelry while it is in the box.
Commander-in-Chief and the Secretary of rigid fasting was prescribed for the people. R. K. Fickett, Mlc, is becoming Captain Pederson, and Captain i
Ernest Milan of the Jacksonville
in the carrying out of these. quite a printer. At the present
State. However, The Western Church set aside a period of I time he is sporting classy sta- I Chamber of Commerce. Also rep-
policies the Navy; can well guide itself by the forty days, not including Sundays, as the tionery with his name and address resenting the local Chamber at the i
teachings of this gaunt, wise champion of prescribed period for these special observ- printed on top. Who knows whathe I inspection will be President Olin
liberty and freedom. ances. will want to print on the next Watts' General Manager William 1
Johnson, Jack Kavanaugh, and AJ l
DuringVorld War II, it was the Navy that Today, a vast majority of the Churches I round Who is who in the "Heart Throb" Cahill, president of the Jaycees.

played such a prominent role in insuring that have stripped away all superstition and contest that has' been running all Another guest for the inspectionwill
"government by the people, of the people, work-righteousness from the season of Lent' this. week. The finals will be held be Zack Mosley, creator of the
and for the people shall not perish from the and have rightfully emphasized the general in the Recreation Hall Monday j I popular comic strip "Smilin" Jack."

earth." And as guardians of the peace, the theme of this period-the doctrine of true night"ote.Bingo at 1930.. Be on hand to cast Captain F. W. Priestman NARTU

Navy today is endeavouring to make certain repentance and the story of Christ's passion.It your Tonight in Recreation I I Commanding speakers. Officer will introducethe

that "these dead shall not have died in vain." points out that fasting belongs entirely to Hall, 1930. Prizes! Girl! Refreshments Rapid Growth (.;

And Lincoln's immortal words: "It is the realm of evangelical freedom and is nota )
The current NARTU
The winners of the Ping Pong I
for us, the living, rather, to be dedicated necessary factor in the rightful observ- Tournament that was held in the will be inspected Monday; is ,
here to the unfinished work that they have ance of this blessed season. Recreation Hall on February 2 a far cry from the NARTU of two

thus far so nobly carried on. It is, rather, Services conducted during this period of were: Walter Marquart. AMMlc I years ago. In May, 1946, the out ,
be here dedicated to the great task Lent have as their ojective a meditation from Ward A-7, and Keith Jordan, fit consisted of one officer one
for to
us PhM2c from Corpsmen Barracks. ]I telephone, and one typewriter. This
the suffering and death of Lord. '
remaining before us are as timely upon our Congratulations fellas, you had : year Jacksonville's week-end warrior I
today as when he uttered them. His dreams They are not intended to excite sympathyfor some mighty close competition. I squadrons will be competing
are far from realization. Strife, intolerance, Jesus but rather to bring us to a fuller PATIENT OF THE WEEK: This I against all other Naval and Ma-
realization of our own unworthiness and sinfulness week we have none other than :I rine Air Reserve squadrons j
evils prevalentnow
and other are as
inequality, for which Christ came to suffer and our friend D. P. Archer, RMJc, j throughout the country for the
as in his lifetime. Nearly: one hundred from Ward A-6. Archer was sent 1 coveted Noel Davis Trophy whichis
years have passed since his Gettysburg ad- die. I to this hospital from Trinidad on awarded annually to the out- a
dress read that historic docu- There is good reason for increased loyalty October 30th with a broken neck. standing reserve aviatioh unit In "
yet, as you that the during Lent. Somehow it should be Unfortunately, he had tripped and the nation. In addition to the ;
ment, you can't escape the feeling conserved during the whole fallen through a hatch on his ship, proficiency shown at the Annual
words might have been written only yester Chaplain year A. C. Boyer. landing head first. So-the tall, Military Inspection, the factors ?
day. lanky fellow walking around witha considered in judging squadr
neck brace is our patient. include the total time tJ1
flight J
directive from headquarters of the Naval Air Archer hails from Caldwell, percentage of flight and group .
Insurance NeededLast Training Command which was issued some Idaho that good ole potato syllabus completed, the safety record ..
time ago. It required individual activities state. Before entering the Navy, and other pertinent phases of
cattle for a living. "I
week the station's military person- ,I to make the possession of Public Liability he had punched never seen so many people I squadron NARTU training. !

nel learned via a Station Order that they and Property Damage Insurance mandatoryfor in my whole life 'til I came in competing for stationkeepers the Conway Memorial will be

would be required to possess Public Liabilityand II service personnel who operate their mo- the Navy," he says.. in trophy which will be awarded ,J iI ,
Property Damage Insurance if they tor vehicles aboard. Archer's enlistment runs to the most meritorious Naval Air
July, 1948, and he plans to ship I
wished to operate their automobiles regu- over for two years in order that Reserve activity (Station or Training .

larly on the station. The requirement is to {:looT ADDLE.. he might go to GCA School. I Unit merit) on of the squadrons baslj of attachedas the average 1

be effective around 1 April with the issu- TRY PAYROLL SAVINGS. As You'll for see sports'Our, he friend likes all them about all. determined by the Annual Organized -

ance of new station vehicle tags by the Yard the compound 'cause he likes peo- Combat Readiness Report ..

Office. ple and Is very easy to get along I and terial the. InspectionAl Annual Military and Ma- r

To many station motorists this news cameas v with. Ii
forced --
"Archie, since you were I '
terrific shock. Many drivers never remotely -
a by an accident to. go to a hospital
) considered the purchase of insurance. we feel fortunate that it was
o ,
Others would never have bought cars had r v ours' 'cause we like having you -'--

they known this would happen. But therein around. .
the Station
Chapels, Blrml
lies the very heart of the order. "JEST FOOLIN"A I ham Road and Muitln Areas.Protestant *f-

Driving a car these days without Insurance returned veteran got a job 0030
-NATTC Sen ice
of this type is inviting disas &s' a reporter on a Midwestern C. Boyer
coverage brief!" the editor
daily. "Be city IMS-General Worship Service
ter. One unexpected accident in which damage kept shouting at him. "Always be II Chaplain F, L. Albert
is done to someone's property, or a brief." O'700-Mus Catholic
wreck which causes an injury or death, may 'The cub sat down and 'wrote: 0'.NOMaas1100Mass

mean financial ruin to the driver not covered shaft"James at C.the Gilligan Union Hotel looked today up the toMe An outdoor Nursery for email chil

by liability insurance. if the elevator was coming I dren and 12 Is(<>.maintained between WOO
Anyway, the local order was based on down. It was. Age 33


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12 February 1948 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five

_'. Beneficial Suggestion Program Sets New Record In lR47

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?:: ',.;." ';' .. "I S r r5 ; .: : If( Before Submit New Ideas

Z ; Constructive thinking netted 343 NAS emp'ovees: a

N: : record-shattering total of $15.18250 in the form of Beneficial

: Suggestion Award Checks during 1947, it was revealed

; i iy in a compilation just completed by the Ilecoider of the Suggestion -

Program here. And the Navy benefited, too, in the

.... form of an estimated annual saving of $271.095!> .52.

t1' I Suggestions submitted during -

.t 1947 reached an all-time high, the ..:: -: -- I
records showed. In contrast to the t
t datYd f :515 suggestions submitted in the ''ISlP) L VI

y '' ( a previous year which also set a new -

high mark, 828 ideas were turned > '
in by station employees last year IV2.SALLIES

This week alone, 24 employeesof I

the Assembly and Repair and 4&
Public Works Departments received -
:'; checks totaling $860 for their '#

1.'... p suggestions. I
PEOPLE Minnie P<>3rlVil..
:. "..... Credit for the mounting successof I liams returned to her post of duly
the progtam goes to heads t If in the Souvh area last week and
1 ? departments, supervisory personnel :: has been subject to the merciless
r !. and the many com..1.L';. kidding of her cohorts ever since,
.. ). which so willingly help to evaluate Clyde WhitaLcr being the chief

the hundreds of ideas and put ribber George Schrader won
them into operation, it was stated his bout with arthritis and came
bv A O Anderson Chairman of back to work last week looking

the Station Beneficial Suggestions fine and fit. George, so long a
THEIR 1FCIINICAL knowledge of radar equipment civilian employees and military Committee. pillar of Supply, will only be withus
I; personnel work side by side in the Radar Shop of the Electronics Division in Hangar 122 They The past year's crop of suggestions a few months, since he becomes
repair, overhaul, and test' radar equipment taken from planes undergoing overhaul in A&R to assure produced many short cuts eligible for retirement toward the

.' that it is in 4.0 working condition. Above, left to right, T C. Aune, R. G Sanders, AETM2c, and H C. I improved products and eliminated end of the year ,and has several
Connors make a thorough check of some radar equipment they have just repaired many health and safety hazards as months leave to take before that
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aa adding many conveniences time. Every good wish goes with
to shops and saving thousands of Schrader who has been so well-

7ffE Local Board Will I dollars in material and labor. liked during his service here .. .

t : 2TA7 I Although beneficial suggestion i Tin Jordan, over in 111, became
Assist In Coming programs in industry are not nov- !' Mrs. Stan ("Ski") Golasszewski

I U r AROUND'Engineering el, they really proved their worth before we could print that she
A& R.r. Steno-Typist ExamThe during the war years when pro- was wearing his ring last week.

Division by Caro- duction output was being steppedup Some of you will remember that
.., line llouell We sure missed Mary f I Board of U. S. Civil Service at a rapid pace. The Navy, too Ski was the Supply sailor who

.;;: "..1 Lee Daniel all last week Those ole work.J. Examiners here will assist the found the program not only a made such a fine showing with

;.. colds really get you down. Sure I R Watson has suddenly be- Fifth U S. Civil Service Regional I time valuable labor, and money saver, but our Softball team last year .
back and "OK" a source of ideas for VT is busily learning to sew buttons
'lit glad you're doing -
come interested in the time section Office in conducting the coming methods and
'"' now, Mrs. D What's her name Watson improved techniques. I!i bake waffles, cook meals
examination for Stenographer and Although the war is over heavy
and mend
I think just about all of Engineering We are sorry to hear Mrs. Trippis I socks-just in case. The
Typist, CAF-2, it was announced : emphasis is still being placed on I wind is blowing mighty in
t;, can now be called "brown- ill and sure hope she will soon I I the that strong
in IRD Memo No. 2-48 issued last program peacetime that direction, we might add.
,t' 4. ; baggers If you folks have any be well. Then the Mr. can come operations may also reap the bene-I
'iL:: .. cans you want opened, just bring back to work. We miss you, Tripp. week. fits of employees ideas. Button SIDE ISSUE. The fuel shortage:
'em to "Tracy's Hash House," Say, Chief Winde.wheedle, what up your overcoats and
[it" Although the examination is for i Submission of suggestions is an : love
., One day last week, the folks happened We didn't see your I matter for of I II get your to keep you warm
Stenographer and Typist, CAF-2, easy employees chilluns
'cause the heat
about in the of the stays
were complaining something name plan day, NAS. For their convenience
the register established from it I I sug-i i unless it gets below 40 ( not 40
being wrong with the air condi- (lucky boy). gestion boxes have been placed
'",;., tioning because of a most peculiar Lou we understand your car will be used for filling positionsup in strategic places throughout the : below, bub, but below 40! ). Scottie -

smell Air conditioning, huh! What has motor odor, or what is it the through CAF-4 for Stenogra-I various departments, and advice |i says he has to go to bed so
kind of cigars are smoking station police call it ? I I I early nowadsys to keep warm that
you pher and CAF-3 for Typist Positions is available from either supervisors he thinks he
? Joe when is that deal is on his second
Mr. Howard
now, Tokyo committee members the
to be filled from examination
rS1" William off Or that of I honeymoon. It has also been suggested
-- Forgot to mention G coming was one Recorder of the Assistance -
"' Burch among: our missing person- your dreams? Sounded like a include Stenographer and Clerk-I( in the sketching of their. that we could rent out the

". : "hel Mr. B. has transferred to NA- nightmare to us. Stenographer, CAF-2 ; I ideas will be given to those em- I entire building as a frozen food
', RTU, and we hope he's liking his This is the sixty-four dollar locker. Let it snow, let it snow,
Typist and Clerk-Typist, CAF-1j| ployees wishing to make a brief : let
it .
snow Long-haired stuff:
Will : rod reel '
ear new job question. a $50 and drawing or sketch to'
? through 3; Telegraphic Typewriter neceessary Several
Supply-ers are even
Comdr. Fischer flew down to catch more fish than a $:>.00 one? explain their suggestion
Operator, CAF-2 through 4; Vari- planning to make the trip to
/ : Miami on one of our warmest days We think Chief Grimes can an- .
last week. Its a shame they can't swer that for us. How about It? typist, CAF-1 through 3; Dictating Atlanta this April to hear the Met.

4 ; hold those meetings, conferences, On the instrument shop sick list Machine Transcriber and Cletk- INSIDE ropolitan Opera' road season thereIncidentally -.
is Juanita Evans and Mr you probably now
Machine Transcriber
or what 1.ave you down there on Haley. Dictating know that the
Hurry and get well as we miss CAF-1 through 4. Met is coming to
days when It's so-o cold here.
for 3
PUBLIC WORKSThis days ((4 performances)
you. The memorandum stated that
.:r Plant ))h'iionby'alt *left'ti- in April of '49 Guess
..r-With the advent of the "new Waterman, our own bachelor the Board would make arrangements you
look" for women the men are de- doesn't come to work all dressedup to secure adequate facilitieson weeks news is diversifiedbut know also that Brot' 'r Rawls I.a is
Did he make that the fuel oil situation was the concert pianist and returns to
any more. the station for the convenience
termined to get even with one of I
their own-the "new color:' Char- catch Give us the low down, will ''of employees desiring to take the most popular topic of conversation.li! li I that occupation sometime next
lie (Jitterbug) Phillips has startedthe you ? As for him dating anyone test. To expedite this assistance, Monday, it was po chilly without Phoebe year Wilma Priest and
trend with a shirt simply out with that new look, don't you be- heads of departments were requested heat in the Ad. Building that the Sapp have embroidered

j of this world. The shirt was col- ,lieve it. I know a girl who came to submit to the Board by 18 I I stenogs and typists wore their enough chests pillow cases This for two hope
to work with that new look and February the application forms coats all day. apiece being Leap
ored with red, yellow, blue, green, '
Year, they feel "that
end brown plaid, and we understand he didn't even speak to her. We (5000AB) of employees in their I Lem Johnson, carpenter, is a 48 is not
too late .
I Ito fisherman. He the i ii Union meetillg-
di it was designed especially believe he is fickle, or bashful. lespective departments who wish happy caught
4 for Charlie who says he wore it W C. Vaughn is now a perma- take the test. A cover letter, I Ii i limit of speckled perch in Lake next week. Exact date and placemay

I because of the cold weather We nent member of the Instrument i listing the full name, date of birth, Locka Loosa last week. Mr. Griffin be learned by calling 710 .
4 Since the 22nd .
know better He's getting hep to Shop. He likes the transfer, too, and address of each applicant, I and Mr. Mosley please note George Washing.ton's
the jive, yeah! but we miss him from the Electric must accompany them with appropriate envy. Birthday, falls on Sunday,
I W. Moates, Supply-ers get a break by receiving
Shop. A of the examination announcement A snapper, Typewriter -
f5, Fred (Bones) Ricketts came in copy the next day, the 23rd
I'JanningDh'lsionby "')'nona is on file with the Shop, is in Tampa for a as a
'- ; one day smoking a cigar although holiday another
look at the Florida State long
it quick
Spurlock-Well, seems that good Board in Bldg. 450 and will be
he smokes There
ordinarily never week-end. -
f[, ole Florida sunshine last week dida available to anyone desiring fur- Faire understand that one of
must have been some occasion for
; world of good for the morale of : ther information. Forms 5000AB the side shows features Minsky'sBurlesque.
Did it couldn't be
yourno, '
the A&R. also be obtained from the now.Don
N_ that You're not even married. I' mar: Carraway received an advance -
.. Spring was in the air last Fri- Board. It is reported that Sam Fritchis
Oh, well day and that ole "love light was losing weight daily eating his valentine. His fiancee is
Paul Carmen got a scare the I visiting him from
shining in the eyes of a certain own cooking His wife is on leavein Birmingham.
other day before investigation of California. Jennie Kopec reports no start.
'Miss. Wonder
.. 'I if the answer will InspectingThe
the fire at his house. Paul received be 'yes ? ling events in Transportation ex.

I ..' a phone call from his wife Inez Dixon was absent with Virginia Walpole reports that cept some speculation as to where
., and, living near here, he rushed Tom Andreu was
Division going Saturday
the to
the flu a couple of days last week, design was glad
'I' out in time to see the last of the First time can rememberher welcome back Mr. McCulley who when he was seen at the City Bus
t flames of a grass fire which had anyone had been out approximately 10 Station, complete with a bag
being on the "sick list.
tt' Inspectors Ii Ii .
, been extinguished by Navy firefighters
Well miss all old days with a throat ailment. It is
I.'If""'" ., friends around seeing since our out I nice to report also that Huntley In the Administration Building,
: Personnel and Administration Il> 1IELKN IIURM/TTE Laurie Rosenburg last week
on the 30th. To Mrs. I Cox's wife is out of the hospital spent
by Dot Dickson-All week long Josephine : Old "Lady Luck" must have been end in Georgia recuperating from

))1/1"; things were nice and quiet when extend Hinson, who thanks resigned for, we her wish to I perched on our Bowling Team's ter Haven for the Orange Festival the excitement of last Thursday
all of a sudden Lt. Harper started our Invita- : shoulders last week, because the Incidentally, Mr. McCord when he was driving down Roosevelt
to eat fried chicken with
L-,{: running around pulling his hair. her home. I Inspection Department "Hot I plans to make his home in Winter Blvd from work with a oar

The cause was fires on Thursday. Ann is Shots" dropped three points and Haven after he retires from Civil full of passengers, jammed on
We really needed some excite- McKay going to Arcadiafor still maintained their lead The' Service the latter part of this brakes near Me Duff and had no
weekummmm.The .
", ment and that did it. I second-place team obligingly dropped month. brakes! Laurie drove down the
; Condolences go to Lt. Carr on Christmas picture of the Planning Division the same number! Come on, We almost forgot t6 welcomeour grassy middle section weaving in

5 the death of his father. party has finally youse guys, don't tempt fate too new messenger into the de- and out of the traffic and the concrete

5 ; Thanks, Jean, for taking over -arrived.-It's---a good- one, too! far! partment Jack Earle Dalton, Sic posts while his passengers

last week. I'll keep you in mind EOCIE says he is surely gladit (Earline to you) takes over the waited for the worst J. H Lee

,{ for the future. stopped raining last week. Now duties of Inspection Messenger, in the front seat, jumped out on ,
Nadine Jones really has that IDON'T I he can get into his house without I relieving John Camesl, S2c, who the running board and tried to flag
"look" with her new bangs hairdo. FORGETAll wading. will be discharged in March. We the other cars away while Laurie

t We're wondering why Bill Jones If anyone is interested in know- hope you will enjoy your work did everything but drag his foot

always looks so sleepy on Mon- ing what L. E. Jordan did between with us Jack (Earline). in an attempt to stop his car.
S. days.We A&R EmployeesDrop May and September, 1934, just ask We are happy to notice that C. Laurie was asked what he thoughtof

I. celebrated Lt. (jg) Sweat's Premiums For Charlie Saxton. L. Saxton has almost recovered during those exciting moment

.' birthday last Friday with cake Chief Reviews wife recently pre- from the bad injury to his finger and he replied, "law suits."
.-t;, '.; and all How old? We ain't talkin'. Blue Cross & Blue sented him with a "kicker." and is back at work. I In the cultural line, Frances
"S Accessories Division-by Dora not a baby, but a shining, No'l If times get much harder, Louie Theus attended the John Charles
, thy M. V'Illlamson-We welcometo Shield Insurance outboard motor. Chief lays he Jordan says he will be forced to Thomas concert and reported it

our shop E. L. Smith and Mrs big plans for fishing now and, in wear the green suit! to match the was most enjoyable It was noted
I C M. Owens Next Mon. & Tues.In addition to this, he was also givena green cap. Anyway, Louie says that Comdr and Mrs. C. O Rein-

I a, On our sick list is R: 11. Bennett new automatic rifle it is warm! hardt were also there,
Boxes Provided
rr r W. R. Mills, A, L Beatty, C. G. McCord, inspector in the What caused the lump on Chief The department was glad to
-G and Masters. We hope they will Magneto Shop, left Wednesday fora Stradley's head? Maybe .it ehouW. welcome Captain Jones back from
I it' goon get well and come back to 10-day leave He is going to Win- bt two lumps Washington last Thursday _,

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JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 12 February 1948



CaIItala Jules F. Schumseher USN AITCeniir I

Robert Executive P. Seebe USN "Boy are they lucky," is the topic for conversation these

days. It seems that several of the plank owners are getting ,.

Lt. A. C. Boyer, (ChC), USN transferred. Chiefs Fuller, Owens, Harris, Sturgeon, and '
Publi Information Officer ee ;. Odom are leaving for ComAirLan in the near future.

Advisor to Jmz Air News There's some sad news that.I have to give you people.

Editorial Offices for NATTC- Section South Wine Yes. it seems like that thin called The New Look leaked
ot NATTC Auditorium. Bldg. 563. Tel. Ext. 8174. into the ranks of TAF. But don't :
.. Well, _nothing much new around worry, it Isn't a scared crow walk-.f I Seattle, Washington. McLaughlin,
Editor! the confines of NATTC this past ing down the street. You see and W. G., and Luckenbill, J. W., were
Robert J. Wehllng, Sl< week. All brown baggers were it couldn't be anyone else but Lag- the guards. McLaughlin is from
quite happy to see the cold wave erman. Lift your hat for the peo- Seattle, Washington. Luckenbill
Alt Photographs art official U. S. Mary Photograph made by WAS come roaring in again Tuesday, ple, Henry. hails from North Manchester, Indiana -
Photo Lab and Ar. Fund. School because now each and Parks and the
Photo Lab unless otherwise endlt.d.MOVIE everyonethe LOST! One four-door, light colored Myrtle were
( lucky devils) get to standin rebound men and they don't come
Plymouth. Last seen in frontof
line at the nearest filling station barracks much better. Stone and McLaughlin -
15. If found
waiting for five gallons of fuel oil. return to please were the pot shot men of the
Sawickl CMAA ot
s Oh yes, Monday afternoon, Spot, TAF. team. Last but not least, Is Luck
the NATTC Librarian's cat started I enbill,, the long: shot artist, and
producing. Kittens, that is. As What's this about ship's service i artist is the word for this deadeye -
late as 2000 Monday night she was raising the price of milk? Thatisn't demon .
still at it, and had worked the so bad, but the scale cheats A lot of the credit goes to the
number of additions up to four. I you out of ten pounds, too Wherecan team player-coach, Wilcox, G. H.,
forget whether it was Buccini or we find a parking place for a who moulded the team Into a very
Titsworth that's going to win the herd of cows? Milk men needed. fine quintet. Also, we would like to
pool they had set up over thereon AH hands in TAP beware of 15: thank all the other men who came

WHfiT TO DO! WHERE TO COl j jI how many the kitty could pro- min. parking* areas. It is rumored out and helped and sat on the .a
duce. All births counted, dead or that Chiefs Tomazin and War are bench. These men deserve a lot of
alive. (See last week's Newsreelfor in the car moving business. credit too, for without them the -yam
further details). I A certain MAA is getting a lit- team couldn't have gotten where

And speaking of Titsworth, he I tie mad at people for washing it did. .
-I SCHEDULE has the nerve, the gaul, to non- I dogs In his shower. If it happens TAF did It again this week. Not
NATTC I chalantly say he got those scratches I again the car won't be the only once, but twice. Yes, the expect- ..
on his face from bumping into thing listed as missing. Do you ing fathers were rewarded for
THURSDAY APT AIN BOYCOTT with Stewart Granger and I a Coke machine over at the Hobby I know where Shorty Barrows can their faithful walking up and
Kathleen Ryan. Shows at 1730 and 2015. : Shop. Ask any of his buddies, find a tire pump? Funny, he always down hospital corridors. Wolfe, G.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-MY GIRL TISA, starring Lili Palmer they'll tell you where he got them.I finds his tires out of air. I I I II A. is the proud father of en eight
and Sam Wanamaker. Shows at 1730 and 2015 on Friday and ( was trying to get a small plug I' wonder WHY. YOU be quiet, pound baby girl. But Bouchard
1400. 1730 and 2015 on Saturday. about Smitty's Place in there Ralph. surprised the whole division by

SUNDAY-MARY LOU with Robert Lowery and Joan Barton. somehow, but it just wouldn't fit.) Ralph has let his mind down having an eight pound baby BOY,
Shows at 1400. 1730 and 2015. (Sorry, Smitty). I and is studying psychology. If that's right a baby boy. Good luck
_ MONDAY AND TUESDAY-SLEEP MY LOVE, with Claudette J. V. Evans, the Captain's Chauffeur anyone has some mental trouble, I to the both of you fathers. Be sure
Colbert and Robert Cummings. Shows at 1730 and 2015. can be seen nightly traipsing his office hours are from 2 to {. and get that bottle ready.
WEDNESDAY-WILD FRONTIER, starring Allen Lane and around the countryside on that Appointment only. By the way seeing that TAP
Jack Hr lt. Shows at 1730 and 2015. confounded las so many babies, the hospital
motorcycle of his. Rain Lt. (jg) O. W. Bass has been
THURSDAY-WOMAN FROM TANGIERS, starring Adele Jer- or shine, he still manages to beg, I relieved as student division officer ought to have a room set aside
gens and Steven Dunne. Shows at 1730 and 2015. borrow or steal some gas for the by Lt. (jg) Johnson. Mr. Bassis idea just don't for the use think.of TAF, good
jaunts. None of his buddiesintheir to you
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD right minds-will ride with going Memphis. Bouchard pulled the best joke of
Welcome to TAF, Chief Wills.
the week. lie box of
brought one
FLEET'S IN-Open nightly 17302130. Bldg. :517. him any more. A word of adviceto You
can the bachelor'squarters
occupy cigars, but ran out. So he got an-
Sandwiches and J. V.
snacks available. : Sell that thing, buy a
with Tomazin.
other one. He took all but one
8OWUNG-Sc; alley<< In Ship'. Service avail car, and maybe you can get some I
The rambling wreck of TAF. out of the box. Do you know who
able 170C-2130.to all personnel Monday through Saturday, J one we doubt to ride it. with you. Even then, I The basketball-team that is, finished he gave the box to then' Onlyone
League have
games priority. I the season with a perfect per man Pappy.
NATTC LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. I The moving of excess gear con- record. Five won, none lost. The Dropped Into the parachute loft
Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to tinues. Something like 25 vans boys pulled one out of the fire i the other day and found out whata
2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100. have been here and gone, as men gizmo and
Saturday and Sun Thursday night by winning from gadget are.
day, 1230 to 2100. In each of the divisions moving I TEn, 76 to 60. It was a close The division party was held on
first help load them all day and game all the way. TAF led at the Feb. 6 in the V. F. W. hall per
on into the night. Saturdays in- half by one point. In the opening usual. Laughter and merrimentwere
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, cluded. And do the night cookson minutes of the second half the the order of the evening. A

4/ Physical Training Department, Bldg. :51$. duty love it. They have so much team came alive, putting 14 points very fine group was present. The .
when one of the divisions through the hoop in two minutes. jive bombers provided the music. .
TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical knocks off for a short rest period, The lead was never in danger The floor show was put on by the

Training Bldg. 513. and heads for the galley. from there on in. Stone, R. M., VFW. It consisted of a group of
Joe Walters continues to tax w-s high scorer with 39 points.In orphans, who were very good.
and harass the poor hard working the four games actually played They were four little boys who
people of at TEB. Joe was making the team had an average ot 65 sang and danced. But the best
every effort to supervise the of the show the corned
Pool. job points per game. part was .
Dally, Monday through
Jt1'8'IlOIlXGIndoor of loading a van last week, and The team was composed of a ian magician and our own Nugent
Friday-1800 to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; was curtly told by DeAngelis that cross-section of the country, with whistling. The door prizes were
Sunday-1300 to 2100. he should "go tell your mother the West predominating. The cen- won by Parker, G. A. and Mrs
she wants you." Did she really ter was Parks, R. V., hailing from Ruth Crocker. Mr. E. G. Johnson
want you, Joe? was presented with a medal of a
BINGO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship's I Wenatchee, Washington; Myrtle,
Service in Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Spon- We caught "Boats" Sredneja E. A., and Stone, R. M., were the PBM and has the engines turningover
sored by the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceeds for the Nur- writing a letter to the bureau the II forwards. Myrtle is from Glen already. Mr. E. D. Baker
"Wnr. other day requesting his rate be Cove, Long Island Stone is from was presented wi i a toothless
changed from AEM to BM. He --- I comb. MacFarland and his wife to
...... .. be, received a book on how to raise
';; "" '' ---""' .. --- figured since everyone calls him
; I that anyhow, he just as well be Classes I dogs. We wish to thank Chief I -"j one. Why don't you just change Dancing pinski and all his helpers for devoting -*
with some Boatswain's Mate, their time and energy to \
Boats? We heard a couple of them Are Sponsored By I put on the best party that has been .d
talking over at chow the other I held yet.
day, and they said they wouldn't Navy Wives Club So as the professor at Vassar .
mind being an airedale. Best you I said when his belt broke, class dis i
look into that.. Dancing classes for both child- : missed. So with this pun we'll j
j ren and adults will be sponsored ; put our baby to bed once egain. f
j.J A sailor visiting his girl friend, by the Navy Wives Club No. 86 _-
picked up an apple from a bowl twice weekly, it was announced arcs ,
of fruit, and offered her one. commenting yesterday by club officials

"An apple a day keeps Mrs. Bonnie Swan, a memberof
the doctor away." Replied the the Dance Masters Association
girl with a steady stare: "It's too of America since 1910, will be in hI
late for apples now." charge of the classes. Mrs. Swan I
------- .._- has taught dancing in the Pitts-
So you ate some uranium I burgh School of Dance, the Becker iY I
i "Yes, and now I've got atomic School of Dance ( Columbus,
ache" Ohio), and the Fassig School in "
Wheeling, W. Va. She had her
i"j The girl; that does everything own studio in Barnesville Ohio 'W

under the sun, gets her hide I
: too.For
tanned. children, there will be class
es in elementary tap, ballet, fundamentals w J
Conductor: "How many are In and elementary and ad- I Jt
this berth? vanced ballroom dancing. Only I
Sailor: "Just one, here's our ballroom instruction will be available I
for adults. Children Under
the age of three years will not ,* ;
Little Audrey nailed the bath- be accepted. > !
room door hut and then she i : 7f
Rates for children will be
: laughed and laughed because she .
knew per hour of class work and $1 ,
daddy was having a big
beer party at the house that night. for each hour of private lessons. : j jREMNM1IER
Adults will be charged $1 per
-- --- -- -- --
AIN'T IT TilE TUUTIlt couple or 75 cents, single, for an .
Some girl are like flowers- hour of classroom instruction. .i 'I
they grow wild In the woods. Adult private lessons will cost
i:' Did you hear about the two I $1 per one-half hour whether
single or a coupJe.Registration .
maggots-nwklng- -. -; -In-dead---Earnest? for the classes will ..".... ,A'Z. .J-:: .\
i ;\ SLEEPY DEACONA be conducted this Saturday Lt. Col. Arthur
I \ Wermuth, the "one
colored preacher discovered at ing between the hours of 1000 and manArmy"
credited with killing i iV.
I the close of the sermon that one 1100 at the Clubhouse In the more than 100 Japs before the
of his deacons was asleep lie said, Dewey Park Community Building.
fall of Bataan?
OF COURSE, St'ZI:; Veteran Wer _
CRANDALL doesn't know t
any more about "We will now have a few minutes Those unable to register during
that gadget she's playing with than she knows about how to make prayer. Deacon Fresella, win this period may leave their names muth is now tending goal for
an atomic bomb. Nevertheless, it makes a nice picture. That thingamabob lead?" you with the supervisor at the NAS the Beachcraft Flyers, a Wichita -

happens to be a "Gibson Girl", automatic distress message- Deacon Fresella, asleep, said Nursery. Kansas, semi-pro hockey
sender that saved team. Soon to become a representative I
the lives of countless
downed at soa. It "Lead heck "
-z-z-z-z-I Just dealt. Children's classes will b. held for
Is national
one of the items in a $10,000,000 gift of surplus electronics ma- a drug
tei il made on Saturday mornings and adult manufacturer the $%.yea.r.old
to schools and
colleges In the eat the War
by Money Isn't
e\'erythlA&-tbat sessions
/ '-'stration. Suzi Oh, she's a movie starlet. Confederate H axe scheduled for Wednesday her Is a longtime hockey play
money. evening, er and fan. '


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i 1 I." r f'.TV NATTC.irm-innnntnMiiiiiiiin INTRAMURAL i_irrrttrf"_ V" -.qr- ..BASKETBALL.> f M w w" ..CHAMPS, *w r i ir MIr r...__._um _._ SKY School Closs C

!: 4f >,. rk Is DiseslohlisbedI

I The Aviation Storekeepers School, Class C, graduated

its last class of students Friday afternoon, 6 February 1948.!

tli Secretary of the Navy's letter Op24B/cj of 23 December

9 !' 1917 directed disestablishment of the "C" School effective

i 7 t 13 December 1947, but provided that those classes then under

: 10y' instruction continue to completion of the cumculum.

r ) I Graduation of the final class,

x SC6-48, brings the total numberof
Bingo Jackpot
4 y ,1 graduates of the school since
its origin to 3,867
Raised To S100.00
+ the
i unprecedented expansion of

I The Navy Wives Club will spon- 'I naval aviation made necessary by

r sor another night of fun giving I I Pearl Harbor brought with it net

tG Bingo tonight in Snug Harbor in I aviation supply needs and one of

Ship's Service at NATTC, start- the most acute of these was for
ing at 2000 and lasting until 2230 Aviation Storekeepers. The Navy

G i' Ya ( | Since no one won the jackpotlast I did not have adequate personnelwith

Thursday, the pot has now the necessary and highly-spe
been upped to $100.00. Only nine cialized knowledge that any assignment .

: numbers are called each week, and in the Naval Aviation
p .' if no one wins in that short length Supply system requires, so it was
| of time a substantial amount is decided in June 1943 to devise
y # tot added and put on the block for I and establish a school of a kind

the following week that had not heretofore existedan -

Other worthwhile prizes givenon 'I Aviation Storekeeper School.
I Purely experimental, the school
each Thursday's Bingo nightis
was established at Alameda, California .
$2000 for the Blackout Card, I
and instruction started
plus a Free Nursery Card for on
I I 25 October 1943 all under the
one month at the Nursery, which
Chief of Naval Air Technical
I' ts also sponsored by the Navy :
4 I Training, who then had his headquarters .
m Wives Club.I .

SECOND PLACE WINNERS : == = : I Mrs, Morgan is the Supervisorof I I Individual at Chicago classes in Illinois.this first
the Wives for
,. $ interested. The extension school were limited to 33 students
r anyone I each, with one class starting and

1 1I there is 368 I : one graduating every two week

I I The original course was six week

Navy Will Keep Forces I I in length.
I i After some graduates had reach-
i ed the fleet it soon became apparent -
? At Present Strength :I that need for the school's product .

may--: : I i was such as to make advisableits

r, I Uatshinglon (AITS) The expansion to the point where it
Nay plans to keep 300 combat I I could train as much as five times

\ 1"4l'ls, in service during the next ::| as many storekeepers as it was

fisi! 'al :year, the same number onI I. then training. It was decided to
di\ presently: Secretary of the I move the school to NATTC, Jacksonville

:Navy John L Sullivan said re- Fla., where classes would

u nth, I i I be increased in size to 122 men, so
Budget estimates which have that a larger amount of men couldbe
sent to the school to receive
I genie to Congress contemplate a I II
I ra'e of this size, he added I I the training necessary to prepare
I them mote adequately for their
t+ The Navy also! plans to keep
jobs I i both: in the Fleet and Field.
: its forces in the
''at present strength Mr. Sullivan J I The Navy recognized the effec
tiveness of Aviation
SaId. This will be accomplished Storekeeper
I training, and so started a new permanent -
by orderly rotation of vessels and ]
rate known as Aviation
personnel The next replacementwill
\ Storekeeper (SKV). Aviation
'' Sup
be the aircraft carrier Philippine -
ply had to such
grown proportions
Sea which will relieve the
,-" I that: it was no longer feasible to
Midway in
expect or require its personnel to
1 ( I The added complement in the I be proficient in both general sup..

r -- R .. ... Mediterranean of 1,000 Marines ply and aviation supply. Accordingly :
equipped with tanks artillery, and
--- --- -- I II the rate was established as
flame throwers also will be re-j a full-fledged general service Aviation
TAP Beats Bearcats For Bowling. Results ,I tamed, the Navy Secretary Rating.

J J I I! Thus on 2 June 1947, Aviation

Intra-Mural Hoop Crown Thu sday 5 Feb. I Springfield, III. (SEA)-There's Storekeeper School Class A, wan
High Single so much to remember when getting I established at NATTC to train
With five wins and no losses, --- --- -- ---- ---I TOB 2 TAJ 1 a marriage licence Take the non-rated non-experienced personnel
the Aviation Fundamental Hellcats ed up and down the floor with TOA 3 TEA (foifelt) 0 I youtn who edged up to the officeof I in all the fundamentals and
breakneck speed. High Single frame (Individual ChiefVedral the Sangamon County Clerk to principles of Aviation Storekeep.
won undisputed possessionof
first place and the NATTC The Hellcats did manage to High (Three FOB) game 554. (Individual) Chief apply for a license. He had the required ing. Now that the A !yhool is in
Intramural League Basketball score 17 points t5 the Bearcats' Vedral (TDB). 554. two dollars and the Identi- I full swing and the establishment
championship: last week. The 14 to lead by a scant one point High Single game (team) TOB 877 fication papers. The clerk reminded of a Class B school for advanced

clincher was a high scoring affaira margin at halftime, :SO to 29. 2-150 High Three gamesteam) TEB, him of the one thing he had instruction is well into the plan.

72 to 60 victory over the TEB- Ed Myrtle began gathering Tuesday, 10 Feb. forgotten-a girl to sign the H-I ning stage the need for the "C"
TS Bearcats. steam in the second half and the TfcB 3 TOB 0 cense with him. school swiftly draws to a close.
The game was not without its third quarter and the TAF'ers TAF 3 TEA: (forfeit) 0
high points, and the teams were slowly pulled away to a 51 to 40 High; Three games (Individual) I. I PLAYS HERE SUNDAY _

O Claxton-1OO. .,, _._ ._....,
fairly evenly matched, since threeof load at the end of the third quar- -" -"--" .
TAP'S tall first team had only ter. All told, with total points as- O High Claxton-557.Single game (individual) I. "'s', ,..; '''' :'t-: :.'
( "
recently been graduated from sessed, Ed Myrtle had sank 18 High( Single/ game (team) TED 8.16 -
school and transferred on to Mem- baskets and three free throws for High Three games (team) TEB, : >" -
2148 !
phis for more training. 39 points Second high for TAF League Standings; : ;i -
Probably due to their loss of was JV.. Luckenbill, who ran Team Won LoktTLB
manpower, the Hellcats couldn't up 13. The next highest 11 1TOA

seem to move away from the Bearcats ual scorer for the evenln indiVid-1 TAP 7 9 5 3 ','.'
and were even two points be- ever, was "Nose" { TOB 6 6
hind at the first turn the score nine buckets for 18 points. Teammates Tl;A 39TLT

being 15 to 13 as both teams movA Bill Chadwick with 15 I 0 12
i points and Capt. Len Lubinski
HANDLEBARTING with 11 were other high men for SECRETARY rOUUESTAL I
l the Bearcats
( ) Defense Secretary ,
As a result of their winning the
James Forrestal and his staff have
rown, TAF thereby adds anoth-
moved into the new
'> 100 points to its points towardshe
the National Establishment
Military -
Captain's trophy The Adders, jIi.
on the third and fourth I
made up of most of the non-
floors of the Pentagon Building. I
raining Ship's Company Divisions, Forrestal's
est solidly in second place with Secretary personal
office is the four-room suite on the
ft won and lost record of four i
third floor formerly occupied by
nd one. The Bulldogs, Wildcats,
Secretary of War Royal)
i .:
and Tigers are entrenched in a
Offices of General Dwight D
r hree tie for third place with
I way
Eisenhower adjoin Forrestal's.FINE _
two wins and three losses apiecetnd I .
the Bearcats are in last place
) without a victory in five games THING! '
Claremont N. H (SEA) When stns y '
The season's standings:
Carlton. Lawson shot a bobcat
.f Team Won Lout Pet. he was mighty proud because the

Hellcats 5 0 1.000 state was offering a $20 bountyfor
Adders 4 1 .800 each one shot. He got in touch
Bulldogs 2 3 .400 with a conservation officer. But

Wildcats 2 3 .400 instead of getting the money he

l. Tigers 2 3 400 was fined $10 and $4 50 (in costs

.., Bearcats 0 5 .000 for hunting without a licenseBATTLESHIP .
III '5 S I Ial
( A handlebar mus- I Billings Mont. (SEA) They MUSEUM (x

c Bks No 51, the Student CPO Bull again the other day. A local Admiral Helhaghiro Togo of the

Barracks Cason has been work- artist said a portrait of the famous Japanese Navy, the Mlkasu} is i

ing carefully for many weeks with j Indian chief was stolen from now embedded in cement in the

assorted waxes, gum and grease toget I a hotel, where It was being exhib- harbor at Yokosuka and has been f CLAUDE 'TIIORNiniX, pictured above, brings his world famous
the effect Look closely and ited. The Chief was valued at turned over to the Japanese for band into the NATTC Auditorium for a one night's engagement Sunday .

you can see the little curls at each I, about $1,000. Last anybody knew, conversion into an art museum 1 night. Claude will swing his baton starting at 2000 and play
end. i he hadn't bees heard from. and recreation center until 2400. Plenty of refreshments will be on hand.

Eight JAX AIR NEWS 12 February 1948 I

Second Round of Intra-Mural Basketball Begins Today ,

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1IIiIP'---sr "" L p_!. _. !__$4f I.. .... Four Teams Are '

'Tied For FirstIn

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A ,. Junior LoopA

J.. s Leads National

A League With Eight

:-: : q .. e Wins And No Losses

a Eight ca-'e outfits are slat

d S kY N p prt' ed to go into action today as ..
S ; S the second round of the Main-

side intra mural basketball
tourney gets underway. Plen-

$ ty of tire-wagon ball is proni-
Ised for the final half of the

hardwood season as each outfit -

i continues to try to capture .

M the crown in its respective
CIrCUIt. t, ".

One of the hottest: hoop race's inMainside
'3 annals has been estab-
a aa lished in the junior circuit with
+ four top-flight quintets tied for the
55 S top bracket. Supply VA ATLJ No
5. Operations. and STU are all
sporting records of six wins and
two losses for a'grip on the cherished -
spot. Over in the senior
loop, the powerful A&R five con-
Tilt. ,1.1\-' "111 SQI \I). .' 1 ''It\i it $..thug s. "lTld pa, drt t, 16 itfa,ght "* 111 it "I1Jy..tJ another oannt week last wei'k by tinues to reign supreme the
I ,IIi tx: ",\ K.\ 1\ at t P.,Ml I 1'/, :\"I.t >111 l'"il, : >tfl'/ :\f'uh, ; 'ak.th.ltdilJ'h\iATAI't"Ur"n"v"nualllo I ; : ip rhi Si'v''-nth Natal ,nly undefeated quintet in cage
DIS'f"t '|'" I --tl [p 'I hr. H f hrt i lillI', ,4t! :iJltd thin! :.It'ak d..'," )1'-1 I h"w""I.! i against Rlddl I but ( 'oa'h Hal'lK'II< K"lblll'" s i r st'tvt i play. Eight foes have fallen by
I Ktnn5..h I [1':1; 'l : ?' dlll.'r'n't'I 1 l.rtt \ ,." .J .1111"1\ In ,,. Uli\? "?"ntibufd right p..III"i it -. sn the 7-1J! \j,1 t 11\i 1-. high m:i\ thf at alt( ,'r the wayside against the tall anj
shouting, i II IJIh( ,'i p+,ever n i th"' ph,)t"i .ti.' JH, k \l I.LJ"l\ltld! i .1)') and I Hlld i Sl( isi" (l's'nt.i i S.on, I Igo I t;iahs mi' ot th.. speedy A&R'ers.
rebuiin (Ort the 1-11"1 t b o\ltL-onlt'. 'Right L)mild iO ,. ,' 1181. ="ILh.)11I i23i( : : and Charlie Km i9i! g.t.d 10) a nwl...' to tak' pusses:;run of a rebound:
A crack Supply five moved into -
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a four-way tie for the initial
MIXED FOURSOME : Tyndall Field Match Postponed Boxers '( position in the American League
( ; i Friday as it mowed down NAR-

TU, 334. with Joe Eifert pacing:
TOURNEY HELD BY Concentrate On Coming Golden Gloves the winners with 10 markers. Onerations .
also worked their way l Into -
Though the dual match with -- the four-team tie as they

LADIES GOLF ASS'NThe HAS Score : Tyndall Field which had been j slaughtered a hapless VM Unit
Tigers j I planned for the NATTC Audi Intra-Mural Golf I quintet 34-13 Joe Finely spearheaded -
the leaders with nine tallies -
Ladies dolt Association held Two Consecutive Itorium next week-end was post-
while his team mates held
another mixed foursome golf tour- 'poned Lt. Comdr.. Anthony J. Ru- Loop Being Formed I the VM five to a lone bucket
ney on the station links Sunday Wins In Past bino head Jax-Navv boxing coach I
Week throughout the 32-mmute
'still about his I game period -
afternoon. Lt. and Mrs Kirken- is fairly optimistic In Near Future .
dall who shot a gross 47 minus a i team's chances in the Jacksonville 1
14 handicap for a 33, tied for first Putting in their best appearance Golden Gloves which begins in Station golfers, whether profes1 !' In the beat-played tilt of the
place with Col. and Mrs. Kelly, of the season, the NAS Tigers lan two weeks I day, Friday STU, known to
dubbers will
I have
or now
who scored a 48 minus a 15 handi- ,, roughshod over two strong opponents : The Tyndall Field match, which 1 cage followers as the Seahawks, ,
cap for a 33. 1 last week at the NATTC gym, was to serve as a tune up for a chance to compete in anotherintramural ', downed a hot-and.cold Flag Unit '

Lt. and Mrs. Bairett came in beating the St Augustine Bobcats, I i the Navy Glovers, was temporarily league--the NAS Intramural outfit, 31-21, to drop the Flaggersout
with the lowest gross score of 43-21 and the Stanton High five, I I postponed because of previous Golf Loop-It was announced !I of a chance for a tie in the
the day, a 45 for the nine holes, i commitments by the Army sluggers by Physical Training and. top post. The win pushed the Sea-
3932. The local colored u.iedCoach
squad : hawks up into first place alongside .
but an 11 handicap only gave thema
Welfare officials this
net 34 to tie with Lt. and Mrs. Ed Carpenter's new systemto But. the local mitt men are not Departments : ,, the other three top quintets. ,
Johnson for runner-up spots good advantage in the two victories resting. They're working out in week i I: Jim Carter led the scoring for the
Captain and Mis Boulware working the ball in close force, and the daily grind is be- Though no official rules: have I winners with 12 points. -
grabbed off third place shootinga before letting go at the hoop. ginning to pay off Their stamina yet been drawn up Physical Training I: A fighting Yard Department
5 minus a 22 handicap for a The Bobcat game was clean and and timing are much better, their urged the league members to I five came sweeping out of the cellar
net 35 I fast with the Tiger height the de- I' jabs are much snappier, and all form a loop to work on the same last Thursday to defeat .' 'A.
Other scores included Capt. and ciding factor. Walker, Scott, and are in fairly good shape. I basis as regular intra-mural basketball ATU No.4, SQ-27, in a thrill- '
Mrs Jones, 51-14 for a 37; Mr and Augustus controlled the bark-1 I I Al Sinabaldi has been working and softball. : packed encounter. Dirk Pfieter of
boards, tipping in rebounds. 1' The play will probably be a round the losers and Johnny
Mrs Chucknow 50-13 for a 37; many with the boxers day by day, point- Hayes of
Capt. Duckworth and Mrs. Smith, Fanelli and Plaskett also starred ing out flaws and then makingthe robin affair with a squad of four I the winners paced their respective
49-11 for a 38: Chief Bush and for the Tigers. corrections A veteran boxer I.. men and two alternates dividing outfits with ten points each. A&R
Lt. Sweat, 54-16 for a 38; Lt and The Stanton game was rough all himself, Al is teaching the tricks ''into two separate squads, each swept by the Naval Hospital, 37-
Mrs. Colter, 51-13 for a 38: Lt the way, both sides fouling con- of the trade to the newcomers who I I' capable of scoring three points. 29, to finish their first half of play
(jg) and Mrs. Allen 53-14 for a sistantly The locals, headed by I should enter the ring with plenty With the system based on three undefeated. John Booth paced the
34 ; Lt. Comdr and Mrs. Quillman, Augustus and Walker, grabbed a of finesse as a result. I point match play using handicaps winners with 13 pOints. M-l Di
69-19 for a 40; Lt. and Mrs. Kin- quick lead and stubbornly refu d At present Eddie DeCore and the team: with the most points at vision stayed in the running for
caid, 55-15 for a 40; Lt Comdr to give it up. I Mike Hernandez are still the the end of the season will be the top honors by defeating Ordnance

and Mrs. Gray 55-14 for aU : Lt. As the game went on. the play Navy's likeliest champions. The winner. I and Gunnery last Thursday 4436.
Comdr. and Mrs. Dunn, 54-10 for a became even more rough and the two were champions on last sea '' All departments wishing to fielda with Don Stowe pumping 12 points
44; Comdr and Mrs Sauter 67-23 son's 'I' links team should contact either through the
Tigers sharp shooting from the runner-up NAS squad, and I meshing while his
for a 44: Lt. and Mrs. Parker, foul line clinched the victory. i i they have no intention of letting Jack Harvey or Chief R. A. Jack- team mates, "Doc" Jones and
5S-12 for a 46: Comdr and Mrs. The Tigers will go into action the team title slip out of their son at the golf shack, extension Chuck Smith, canned 11 and 10
Robertson. 63.17 for a46: Capt. again next Wednesday when they grasp again. 8157 markers respectively.
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Sugnet and Mis Sim a. 6b-13 fora take on the powerful Excelsior five I But Richard Casciano Aaron -Bill- --Dushene ate all improving IATI' UpwHs .AnnexIn

63: 48 14; for and 49 Capt. and Mrs. Haff, of St. Augustine at the NATTC Garcia, and Joe Steiner along with'' daily and should make fine show- I one of the major upsets of
gym. i I George Hoodhood. Joe Martin, and inp'a.- in the amateur tournament. the season, IATU unleashed a savage
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. WAVE+ VARSITY CAGERS scoring scoring attack in the _1''
__ tmal half to skip ahead of the '
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Administration Annex five, 40-39, .,
I Ii "fi;. A Se. c and move into a tie for fourth
i place in the senior circuit. Jerry
Robertson potted eight buckets
and a duo of charity tosses for 18
points to lead the winners while
Art "Piggy" Reed pumped in seven -
two-pointers and two gratis

55 4 'S S4 pitche for 16 markers,
i Coach Tuffy Thompson's NA- ,}J
RTU five slipped by the CPO Club :;Tj
quintet, 40-J2, last Wednesday to .
I register their second win of the .:
+ season Roy Murray led the reset .J
I 4 Y 3 y S Y vista with 18 points, Flag Unit r ;
also chalked '.
up an upset Wednes ,
day when they spilled the league. ':.;"
leading Supply five, 44-38, hit .I ;;

ting with uncanny accuracy from ....;,1
the field Jim 'Tennessee'
Col t
A ..
yI ins led the winners with 13 tal
lies STU played havoc with
V M on the same day, sending the
,'Ilar-dwelling VM'ers to
a J8-13
.i'.f>at. Jim Carter led the Sea- 'WI
hawks to their win with nine

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around 1897 It
TilE NAS W A YES basketball team Is boasting a banner season this year Members of the team include: left to right (first row) outdoors. The teams was played front .
Margaret Peterson, Boots Hardin, Margaret Jones, Winnie Jones, Eleanor Stalbush, Midge Bryant, and Ellen Mease; second: row- Canada, but the American came ;
Lindy Lindgren, Butch Glover, Barbara Earp Laddie Vladeff, Elsie Larkin, Coach Pete Cufhanas! Jennie." Peacock, Ruth LaVere, I did not take to the game and public the 't( .jI
Skipper Fran Free
Edge, and Johnny Sheehy. tour ended quicklyPage '

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