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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 1948
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Vol 5-No. 45 19 February 1948


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U S, NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

il BEAR ADMIRAL WHITEHEAD AT JAIL M---=i =::- ---= ,- --1 :- Seventh- Naval- District-----

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1 Naval activities in the Seventh Naval District contrib

uted $5,764.46 to the National Foundation for Infantile Par

alysis during the recent March of Dimes campaign, it wa<

... .:....:... revealed this week in a final report issued by Captain C. l\t.
4 Shaar, general chairman of the Navy's participation in th.

'a I drive. The largest single contributor was NAS Jacksonville,
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Survivor Of PBM
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vt>r w,, y"RR' aM u F o A 1 the district with a total of (1,049.
Crash Is Awarded Contributions from, other naval activities .

. .., .' located in the Jacksonvillearea
Meritorious Mast included NAATC -. $290.73t
Naval District Headquarters -

..' $50.36; Industrial Manager, U 3.
;Navy. 7th N,D. --$42; Navy Recruiting -
Station $1190; Public
(F Works 7th N,D.-$10.56; Naval
Commissary NAS Jax -- $JC 9j,
.A L'SS McClelland--$8.65; and NA..
AS Cecil Field---$13.80.

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v Aly dear Admiral la\lson:
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I'T J.J. HONOKS"- \\'nilF; a,'<'orded R 'ai Admial: l RI' haia F. Whlteht'ad. nevvh] 'appointed Chief In the name of the Nation!
ot Naval Air Re l'n'T'ammg, upon his' aim.il here Monoaj for the animal military inspection of the Foundation for Infantile Par-
I local Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. The photo above was taken Jut alter the admiral stepped alv ls and of those whom the
from his plane, ( Below I Starting his inspection of NARTU facilities immediately following his arrival I oiindatlon has been able tilt;
Admiral Whitehead is shown leaving one of the shops in Hangar 113 followed by Captain F. L :4 help in their fight against this
VV Priestman, ommandmg Officer of NARTU Jaiksonville. dread disease, I \\I..h to thank
-- you for your interest
;'IH"ratlon'\which helped to makt.'lj
Rear Admiral' Whitehead (the I)4H March of Dimes in the

.Vfined Fortes an outstandingIK

Local Reserve UnitRear ,
Inspects Please extend to all the memb -
5 d .'rs of your command my dpappr't'c'lalion
Admiral Richard F. I of their heartwarming -

Whitehead Chief of Naval purtUIpatlon In our
e I FLIERS COP NATAC fund raising appeal
An Reserve: Training, departed With bestishes, T am
with his staff yesterdayfor sincerely yours

:NAS-; Miami following a TITLE BY DOWNING _......." 11 1" I' Basil Connor
twodainspection of the Joseph Romanczyk AMMl', a President
hF:24 surVIVor of t.herpcen! PBM ia&h National Foundation
Jacksonville Naval Au Reserve WHITING FIELD
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near oreen Cove Springs which
: Training Unit. I claimed the lives of two Navy Donations from other activitiesin
i The annual military inspectionof Displaying their best brand of pilots, was awarded a meritorious the district were Naval Baaa I
the local NARTU was the I ball this season, the Jax-'ITavv: mast last Friday by Captain Key West$707.39: Atlantic Fleet
< frq first official function of the admiral Fliers ran rampant over the Whit- Herbert S. Duckworth, Commanding Air Force, Boca Chica Field, Key
t following his assumption of r-: ,- - -, Officer of N AS. West S22OO: : Anti-Submaune
< the post of CHART last Friday I I Led bv Kill Scott, who stored Romanczyk, plane captain of Development Squadron One, Key
when he relieved Rear AdmiralE ''u points to take all acorlng the 111.fated Martin Mariner was West-$276.50: Naval Hospital at(
f'. Ewen. honors, the! Ja -liavy Fliers I commended for his conduct following -I Key West $232.59: Operational
From the moment of his! arrival brought their win streak to 191 I the crash which was instrumental I Developrrr**.t Station at Key West
her Monday afternoon, Rear Admiral straight at lakeland Tuesday I '' in the safe recovery -- $56.15: U. S. Navy Register
Whitehead was constantlyon night, beating the Florida I of all the survivors. His presenceof : Publication Issuing Office, Key
k the go. After a brief chat with southern College quintet 64-42. mind and resourcefulness in West 29.00: Naval Air Station.
/i aptam F W. Priestman Com- hough trailing by one point at I clearing the injured from the Green Cove SprmgsS169.9; Naval -
manding Officer of NARTU, he the half the Pliers opened the plane, rounding them up, caringfor I Reserve Training Unit, Tampa$121.38
began a material inspection of the second half fast, to win easily them until help arrived, and I ; NAS Banana River -
unit a facilities In the evening, he Scott uho tallied all his polntt I signalling to attract rescue boats $1655: and Navy Recruiting SubStation -
Az was welcomed at the NARTU In the second half, was trailedIn I were cited by Lt. Comdr. E. C Orlando-$5.00.
hangar by more than 1,000 offic- the scoring parade/ by Dot ). I McCollon, Jr., Training Officerof I Duval County's naval activities,
ers, men and guests. i iComplimenting Johnson who netted twelve VP-MS ATU-10, In recommending of which Jacksonville: is a part"
-' the l local group points,. Al\ lleitningseii was next !I the commendation led all other counties in the district -
r on its progress and development, I with JO marker I The plane, returning from a rou- with a total contribution D(
the admiral pointed out how different --- tine navigational training flight $3,817,96, Monroe County was second : -
it was from the Reserve ing Field cageis last week, cop I to San Juan Puerto Rico rani with $1,633.63, end Clay County
group which he belonged to prior ping the Naval An Training Athletic -i into bad weather Visibility was so I was next with $169.94. Other
(to n until on Page 7)) Conference championship. In poor over NAS Jacksonville that totals included Hillsborough Coun
mihlng the NATAC bunting the I the pilot could barely make out I ty $12139 Btevard County-

For (Continued on Page 6)) I I (Continued on Page 4) $1655 and Orange County-$5,00.IUATTC .
Boxers Ready .
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Next Week's Golden Gloves' I'JUa".UCA'l'IOliS FOR the large-scale move of NATTC

A. Jacksonville to Memphis are already underway. During the<
B>' 1)OU13 CKOCKKr.: S, *' week-end, Naval Air Technical Training Center personnel
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Keyed to a lever pitch by weeks of rigid naming. eighteen box i- worked unceasingly to load a Navy barge tied up at the.
sporting the Jax.Navy colors will clamber through the ropes of the boathouse for the trip around the tip of Florida, across thug
Duval County Armory ring next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Gulf) and up the Mississippi with metal lockers Other ex-:
to battle for a coveted Golden Gloves Championship. cess gear is being piled high in the truck trailers and hauled:
i Though the station team will be weak in the heavier weights it \ I to Memphis by Navy drivers The move will not be computed
is loaded with two-fisted material In the lighter.classes, and coaches v until April1t:8 .

Anthony J. Rubino and AI Slni-' - .--. ,- .-'--- .-.------.-........-...-_,'-...-... --'--_.'-
baldi are aiming for a clean sweep :
Needs
In these brackets. Hobby Shop .
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l In the open class, Richard Cas- I '
: ciano, a Florida State A,A.U. Six InstructorsWith

rt champion as well as a Seventh I hS4'
{ plans for the foriiiHl 1 opening a A
Naval District crown holder, will
I of the Mamside Hobby hop
represent the station in the flyweight
call for \01-!
nearing completion a
division Boasting a terrific ,
unteers to art as instructors: way
hand the
punch In either ,
this week Chief Theodore -
issued by a
little gamester is one of Rubi-
,. no's big hopes in the tourney. Newman Hobby Shop dl1"-
tor At least six instructors iiI'
la the bantamweight group
needed for the arts and ciaii-t
will\
Aaron "Tex" Garcia more !
machine and metal, model ca" -.
than likely be the lone Navy entry II
The slugging Texan was planes and ships and the cat'pen-
knocked out in last year 'a Globes ,, try and cabinetry shops. ,
.. tourney but with a year of ('xIr The center can also use the serv-
.r perlence behind him, must be rated ices uf a volunteer storok eper
a favorite to claim a crown, i to handle the sale and; issuance of ,
George Hoodhood, a relative I materials and tools for the different I ty 5
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newcomer to the local boxing: branches of the Hobby Shop .
k, r scene will be entered in the 12t>- The instructors will assist the li; i'4''

pound class Tha. fast featlvrOn II regular Hobby Shop personnel ,*,V.,, .
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FROM THE LOCAL SPORTSThe -

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ketball Team finally came throughand : f
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last week. But we do have to give '>'='
them credit. At least they do i.-- -1 J.. .: ,_. :
something. Next thing you know -have our own--private- circus- -- PROSPEC--: I
By E. A. Chi. paronl, ACMM we'll sing the whlffenpoof song- I OLYMPIC
THE STRAIGHT DC'E. Helen
NOTES FROM A SOCIAL LION and call ourselves Yale men. The '
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-The Hard Luck Dance was held bowling team from the club clinched Pachter hurrys home every Saturday I .

last Friday and we found it was the station title. Nice going, nite so she'll be there in '(

really hard luck (on the club). guys. I suppose you will be re- S ry case they call her to find out
After checking with the manage- warded, (Board of Governors, 1tA1r I I who's the "Walking Man" Iva .
ment on how much gear was tak- please take note.) McLean won the $50 drawing at +'

en, we find that the baggers took NOTES FROM A NEARSIGHTED the Chief's Club last Saturday
the joint over quicker than Grant BARKEEP The guy By Jean O'Uryant. Y2c Now Shish can marry her for the I
took Richmond (careful, son, you who wants to write a sequel to (EDITOR'S NOTE Just In case money! Pete Peterson has I
in in the South). The Pinkerton Ernie Hemmingway's Farewell to all this sounds vaguely like It's adopted some of the "little boys"

Police up there were as useless Arms, to be called Farewell To a week old, It 111m Sorry, gals. on the Flier basetball team .
as a snow plow in Miami. Heck, Legs. The new look, he says. The There just wasn't room for the and it seems that Skipper Edge :-.t .
we don't care if they did walk out tank traps outside and around the column lat week so we held It was having a slight case of "man

with everything but the manager. ; club and barracks have been doing over for this Issue). trouble" at Mempshis, too .
But to think that poor ole man very well lately. They should assign Things are running true to form Midge Bryant was kind enough to :+
pent ell the time digging a hole one of the station wreckersto this \ eek so there is another take care of the overflow! We '
in Green Cove Springs looking for us permanently. What with all wedding to report. Betty O'Kane. hear it was mighty cold up therein "

gold! What he needed was a lesson these guys buying new piles of and Chief Kriz went up to Georgia Tennessee well, it wasn't '-.. ,:, jl
from the Ole Baggers themselves. nuts and bolts, instead of Congress and tied the knot ..:.pril camea too warm in dear ole 722 either. :,/. '. i

We're going to have a fool-proof giving us a pay raise, it's acut little early this year! Here's I 1 We're thinking of getting a traffic ,{(::'., '." .,,. .
system next time, though, by hav- we'll be getting. Even to town 1 wishing the best of ev' ything .o director to keep Mary Ra- .' ;" ,
ing the Dewey Park Commandos and country I'm seeing. With the ; a swell couple. ich's phone calls and guests untangled ,

spying on the station mercenariesand amount of married men on this I And we have reports from hither Ask Johnnie Sheehy ;. ,. ,' .
vice ve:-3.. (Gad, please don't station, it's no wonder there is a and yon that ole Dan Cupid IB how that division party was that ".f ." ,' .' :<.: \ 0#' ';t. 100
join forces. The Bistro can't stand heavy load on the outside trunk tusy elsewhere. Jennie Payne la she attended sounded like ":
another onslaught). Ines Just think of all those guys home n leave (Massac' usetts, It must have been fine Butch ;- J;
The music up there was long, checking in and out with their that is), and is to be married tin 'and Fran saw Kentucky win a Jim DeGroote, stellar Flier
loud, and good. Just like the up- wives. Thanks to Chief Barwick, St. Valentine's. Day. big fast basketball game some I guard, left the station yesterdayfor -t
town string band without the four there will be no extra assessmentover \ The gals came back from Memphis where up in "them thar hills" Annapolis, Md., where he will
leaf clover. Maggie Black gave out at the mess. Boy, how that with the news that Ilarij and Kentucky won! Butch is more tryout for the United States
the beat with her favorites which guy can stretch a steak! Desmond iformerly a Jax WAVE) than willing to give play by play Navy Olympic basketball team.

pleased the crowd. Minnie Rumphwon POSTSCRIPT All you guys is engaged to a Marine and con- descriptions P. Poole was DeGroote, a veteran of two Flier
a beautiful, table-model cl,; who wanna play softball this templating marriage in the very "Coach" at the Gushanus Mansion campaigns, was chosen for the select .
gie lighter which disappeared season on the CPO team should near future.If while Pete was away. Lois Miller I squad by Navy athletic officials
quicker than a puff on a cheroot. contact Chief Crews at ext. 498 Congress doen't hurry ar 1 has some pretty stiff competitionwith in Washington. Because of his
Back to the sulphur again, eh, or let the club manager know it. pus thft shipp' .' over 'bill there Ski namely at I'BM! value to the local Fliers, Jim will
Minnie. (Gad, how vlugar). won't be:1> igh left bother That's O. K. Lois, we'll eat the I be available to play for Jax-
SALVAGED FROM R. c. KELL-
By the time the ventriloquist got ER'S STINT OF LAST WEEK- I with"The!! had that hollow birthday cake. Navy during the East Coast championships -

up there with his McCarthy and (CPO Notes also got squeezed out barracks -ek-end. Tho MHMO FROM SCHENLEY"Just at Norfolk, Va., next
put on his act, all were mellow of the last edition): Add brown sound ove. the r1* e 1 to keep the record straight, month. Following the tourney, be
and thought the woodenhead was Kris and Shap- who didn't cto Memphis a total of $9.64. was contributed will go back to Annapolis for fur
baggers-Chiefs at the
time
shoved off for a big
to the ventriloquist. I for accident and the ther
talking pard Soon to be one-Chief Yace- The wI' my expenses, seasoning.
Mardi uras. lucky ones
wonder why everyone was calling total amount expended was seven -
dollars richer-
me "wooden head," I'm no dummy. WAVE wychwa.Chief Fifty Iva McLean. The have go'e to old New ( ."leann "- bucks even, including the Vet, the }
elude Kay Bothell, Lot J Albe. Hobby
(Oh, n01)) fish that didn't get away dept.- Sitialczew- X-rays, anesthetic, bandage, ear
Helen Nowlkl, Virginia
It was a pretty good dance, medicine, and rabies shot. That
Chiefs Paul Gritz and C. R. Carl Maude Bo- I
though, and I think most people son both took prli.es in town for ski, Peggy Laven Peterson Toelle, and Gertrude leaves a tidy balance of $261 (Continued from Page 1)
there enjoyed it. The free buffet I carge which according to suggestions,
hanging on to a couple of big ones.7u Quito a delegation during off-duty hours.
was excellent. Nice going, guys. i Queenan. will be kept in a fund for myfuture
I Men who have had experlenewalong
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The visitors from Kentucky such the
expenses, as nextrabies
heard about the Va- these lines or who are qual-
Have
thought it was swell and may return you shot, etc. O. K with every-
again sometime. Jughead Jer- riety Sh that R-'sl' ; and 1 crle body? ified to serve as instructors
onT Volunteer should contact either Chief New- ,
are working
nlgan, the manager, walked up four "P. S.-I'm flattered that BO Chief Frank Tanner at -_
S'a4te talent dcn't hide your man or
and times tryingto ( t ?
down so many > n r. any of you gals wanted a reprint behind
out mistook af under a bushel and all stuff lik! the Hobby Shop, Bldg 913, < -
clear the they
joint I that there We already haw of my photo""Gonna the station police building).
him for the "walking man. Four "One of my most enjoyable "I .
at the CPCClub *
offer t- Nut on |
an
hurt to the .
people were getting In the newly-
duties addrenfting and t isn't be tough sledding" ?
to call Truth and Conse (for ii.e beer) She: Where's your chivalry
telephone officers
The costumes on some made petty sporting even organized yet! So come on, "Why?" I He: Oh, I traded it in for a
quensces. their first crows 1
how about it t vve'l "No snow. Buick
cf, the folks were fine and, in most gals,
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MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

\ MOVIES W'ekdapi-1730 and :\\'ek-entb-U30 and 2000.
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" r "WILD FRONTIER", with Allan Lane.FRIDAY .


, DANCE, Station Band. Starts at 2030.

SATURDAYKIDDIE

SHOW at 1330. Feature: "VOICE OF THE TURTLE",
with Ronald Reagan.


l' 4I. "VOICE OF THE TURTLE"SUNDAY, featuring Ronald Reagan.

MONDAY ,

i "ALIAS A GENTLEMAN", starring Wallace Beery:

TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

"TYCOON". with John THURSDAY Wayne. .

j I. e a "PHANTOM VALLEY", featuring Charles Starrett.
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A NEAR-CAPACITY CROWD Jammed the Mainside Auditorium Friday night when Bob Chester
JUNIOR
\ and his Orchestra played for the NAS Valentine Dance. The gaily decorated Auditorium fairly rocked OFFICERS AUDITORIUMShows

to the melodies of the band which completely stole the hearts of local dancers. A festive note was add start at 2000.

ed as most of the girls wore evening gowns. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

j - "BEST YEARS OF OUR
-- LIVES", with Myrna Lov..
Lawn mower rubber tires used only SATURDAY
1 one summer Other lawn equipment.
I Commeirdcd ulefiu Lt. (Jg) Squire ext. 633. "PHANTOM VALLEY", featuring Charles Starrett.
Couch and chair set with matching SUNDAY

1 Bulletins will, be accepted until space has been filled, but .-t St.curtains.. Dewey$50.Park.Wilson 3804A Norman "GLAMOUR GIRL", starring Gene Krupa.

later than 1000 Tuesday. !".xt. 8230. Clack male cocker spaniel 11 months MONDAY AND TUESDAY
metal blinds space heater attic old. Has all shots and papers Chief "VOICE OF THE TURTLE", with Ronald Reagan.
FOR SALE
fan electric kitchen. 100 ft. frontage, Thompson, Inspection WEDNESDAY
lanPk l1d&R
1937 Ford four-door sedan 85: h.p, engine Includes or see at 1443
lot. On bus
extra route near
: radio, sealed beam lights, new shopping area. Mrs. !Bennett 2822 Two suits of undress blues pea-coat, "ALIAS A GENTLEMAN", featuring Wallace Beery
J tires, seat covers, and paint job, $175 1 Cherokee Ave., Ortega.Sixroom all new things. Feate, ext. 478. THURSDAY
cash or $:/75 down $5 per' week. w ar house completely Baby crib Inner-spring mattress $7.50. "TYCOON", starring John Wayne.
Phone 5-8:.87-R. Champa. .ed.PI.t condition, with Kltlar. Trailer No. 17, Dewey Park

1911 Dodge fourdoor sedan Fluid drive.Kcellent garage and high lot. Small enuity for Annex. OTHER EVENTS
condition throughout. W. veteran or non-veteran and assume Single bed spring and mattress $20;
M. Del ACM. Shop: JO.!, }Hangar 123. I payments of $31 per month. No refinancing baby scales, bathlnette, carriage, $10. BINGO I"AItTY-Every Thursday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
(1 j or 121SJB Hancock St.. NAS. after Forest 1185 Cumberland Road.
necessary. Phone 8-2077 or MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4 Bldg. 013 1200-2100.
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open
r. 1600 ext. 828J.: Welch. 5232 Colonial Ave., Playhouse 5'X, ft. x 8 ft., $15; coffee
_f 1910 Mercury convertible. Perfect con- I Lakeshore. table with glass top $S; radiophonograph Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays.

} dltlon. Graham Hangar t>22, or see at 19-16 model. 26 ft. Universal trailer combination. $15. McMaster, MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
38UA: Norman St., .
( 133J: Cumberland Road In evening Dewey Park. Fridays
Two-burner butane stove circulating Whitney baby carriage I perfect condition -
1911
}h DeSoto sedan radio and neuter.
heater fluorescent lights!; two new PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5 913. Meets 1930
} Will sell my equity. S. C. Bugbe. J. E Cochrane. ATU-VF-2. Metal Bldg. at
tires. Two
700x16 six-ply heavy duty
>] BOU 714, room loa, ext. 688. and one-half rooms. Sleeps four. NewHollywood Shop. Hangar 116. Thursdays.
vj 1 1941 Ltulck Special four-door. Kxcellent bed. All In first class Household furniture Includes studio BOWLING--Six alleys located In Mainside Recreation BuildingNo
Ij l condition. If Interested contact C. W. condition. Can be seen at Davis I couch (opens Into bed), with I walnut 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 to 2130.
1 Miller. CPhoM Bldg. 118. Do not bedroom suite complete Simmons
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Trailer from
Camp across Dewey I
BOXING For Information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
j phone! Park Fussell. Inner-spring mattress, walnuttable
1WJ! LuSalle four-door sedan. Excellent I I lamp dishes, and other useful Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
condition clean, radio, heater tog Row boat factory built two oars. Like miscellaneous household articles. For
and spot lights. $950.: G. F. Williams, new. $63. Phone 8-1260 Mrs. R. A. immediate sale. For appointment 1500.MAINSIDE
i I .Willowbranch Ave. Rabb. phone 8-243, J. V. Thompson. LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
i 1912 Packard '6" Xouc-door sedan. 1914 Four 650x16 excellent tires 600x16 Very teasonabl tires, also three Gra- Ladles' one karat diamond ring two the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and

I J delivery remodeled to look like 1946. ham Hangar 622. baguettes platinum setting. Will sac their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions
Excellent condition radio and heater
t! Lt. (Jg:) J W. wlni, ATU No. 1. or Bathlnette. completely equipped, c/o rifice General for $390.Delivery Write to Jacksonville.M. Romero arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radlo-pho
1071 Wlllowbranch Ave after 16 O.I sturdy aluminum legs, like new. $12. Fla. nograph available for use of all hands.
,I 19)9: Chevrolet sedan. $665. Chief lieck- W. F. Waterfleld, 1347A RandolphSt. LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build
Three looms of furniture.. Will sacrl-
ler. ATU No. 9. Hangar: 115. :-lAS.I .
1937 Ford two-door sedan, $300.: Will Fllleroor.pre.war? stucco-on-concrete flee. Phone 8-2138 Graham. 1352 ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2000 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
consider trade. M. A. Burgess Bldg. I block home. Barrel tile root landscaped Cumberland Road. after working 0900 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2000.

j 613 ext. 79-1! during working hours, I corner lot with trees and hours. I I SWll\I\IlNG-Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1800(
3813B Norman St. screened porch 1937 Studebaker Good
or Dewey shrubbery fireplace transportation.
r 1946 V-8 Ford four-door eaR dI0. tile bath and kitchen, oil space heat 1918 ta$. Make offer. Phone! I to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300 to 2100.
\ heater, defrosters seat covers spotlight ei and gas hot water heater Venetian Wells 1281 Cumberland) Road. 2-5039'1 i GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset dally. Saturday and Sunday
't: and spare tire. Exceptionally I blind Garage attached. $8750 i 1939 four-door I from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
clean, corrosion In be FHA and, G. I. financed. nd1frou
no perfect mechanical can paint, three new Golf Course.
trunks
condition original owner.Lt. Phone 2-9513 F. B. Stone, 4605 tires and tubes, new battery spark I prohibited on
f. Her, ext. 350 between 1600 and Blount Ave.. Tlmuquana Manor. I I i plugs, and brakes $7\);). Josephine I ANCHORAUE Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
1900 Thayer baby buggy, car seat, training i Dies, ext. 361. "*rda and uniform of the day >I. 1730 to 2300. Located south of Ma&on
1911 Chrysler Windsor four-dooi se-I chair, and playa! pen. Phone 9.1560 1, Studio couch with new slip covers Field. Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
dan. Radio heater scat covers 1948! or ext 4JO. $35. Ext. 407. Mrs Parker
I r Florida state tag. Good condition. Three-quarter bed coil springs Inner- I Studio couch light blue. $20: folding TENNIb-Racquets: and balls are available at the Physical Train
Jameg.W..0'rK2ot No. VF-2. Hangar l spring mattress $30. You'll get stuck baby carriage $10. Both In good con ing Building No. 726.
l.\ 116, Dewey Park Annex. but not as bad as. I did. Cost me dition. Collier Bldg. 103, ext. 706. NURSERY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 110L
$60. Phone 81245.: Saxton.
f. also folds, 1942: Plymouth. New 1946 engine me- Hours: Monday through Friday-0700 to 2400; Saturday-0700 to
. 1916: Indian Chief good condition. 1939 Three-position baby buggy chanically A-l. Must sell. See JosephJ.
a Indian Scout no miles since major $3 roll-away bed mattress, Flttante. Bldg 168. ext. 423 dur- 0100 Sunday morning. Hates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cents
overhaul. J. R. Booth, or W. J. Scho- sleeps one, cost $30.95 will sell for log woiklng hours. for each additional child; Card-S for one child; $10 for two children;
I bett. Hangar 114 VA No. 3, Bks."E" chest of drawers (four
or $20 large
1941 Nash convertible club I
coupe children
and $11 for three or more ; Dally (for working mothers$1from
t ; ext. 711.i drawers) $10; small chest of drawers Weatherized, overdrive equipped.I See I
: 1917 model house trailer. (four drawers) $5: record album cab- It and make offei Urownln" Bks 0700 to 1800.
i I Excellent condition, butane cook inet with two drawers and partitions. L. Mainside. -
stove. Ideal for couple. Chief Guthrle $1. Mis. Grace Schulz Air Base Trailer Four complete rooms of furniture In- WHERE TO GO ASHORE
55 ATU No. 4, ext. 711, or see at 4020D Camp opposite NAS. (House has eludes 9x12 rug, radio-phonograph SALVATION ARMY SERVICEMEN'S CENTER-602 West Ad-
S Dewey Park Annex. anchor painted on door.) I
pictures curtains, all for $275. Nothing
ams, above Lane Drug Store one block west of Navy Bus Station.
{ 20 ft. house trailer perfect condition 1937 Pontiac four-door sedan. Good sold separately. 19-11 Chrysler I
1 Inside and out. awning covering trailer condition and transportation. Reason- I "6" engine I will fit 1938 1912 Free use of recreation room, writing room, music room, checkroom
I and porch. aJ.71 Mr. able. E. L. Chllders, A&R Flight Chrysler J. R Belknap I 22lf Riley | and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
Uutts. Yukon Trailer t No.: Test Hangar 122 ext. 633.
Ave.. Dewey Park. i
30. RCA. cabinet radio. Reason- bar. Open from 12 noon to 12 midnight.be .
,M Large 19.16: Plymouth good shape,
Five-room frame bungalow, two bath- able. Phone 2.8061.) Mis. W. H. San- 1948 tag Phone 2909, Mrs. Smith,
reasonable. Phone 5-6323-W Ca-
rooms. Furnished or unfurnished defer, 1754 Canterbury Ave.
1939 Dodge motor. Complete without
cone, after 1700. ( Seventh N. D. And
------- ---- accessories new Inserts and valves '
-L.':U CAN'T:1: By Hough just reconditioned, $50. Phone 5- To rent two or three bedroom house
62'JO-J, Bob Hall, 26 West 8th St. or apartment unfurnished. Phone 59061. -
I 1937 Buick. Good mechanical condition II. I. Dartlgalongue.Job Operations Lead In
new seat covers. $450. See D. P. Mc Job I care of child during entire
Kay. BOQ 714 room 140, ext. 688. week ext. 603. Officers' BowlingSeventh
Ladles' fur coat, size 12. Sable-dyed 1939 or 110 Chevrolet sedan. Kltlar,
center back American muskrat Just
Shop 1489. A&R.
out of storage like new superbly To rent, three-bedroom house con.ventent Naval District and Operations
maintained, carefully and seldom to NAS. Ext. 423. Lt. Comdr.. jumped off to a quick
ash worn. Never worn In Florida. Will Camera. lead in the initial games of the
sell for less than half of original Double bed with springs. Ext. 407 third round of the Officer's bowl-
price. Is now too small tor owner. Mrs. Parker.
r Phone 9-0884. Mrs. Frank Chapman Reliable woman to take care of 16- Ing league last week both winning
P. W eIC 5223 Emory Circle. Lakewood. month-old son. For working mother. their opening clashes with little or

YOV Usti 1NAftAN01ri4 Toil RENT five days a week. Must live on or no competition.
Furnished apartment and housekeep I near NAS. Ext. 407. Mrs. Parker. Seventh Naval District took
Ride from vicinity of 7th and Liberty
ing room Downtown. Linens, dishes
utensils! hot water reasonable to NAS. Working hours ObOO) to 1630. three straight from the A&R keg-
NOT BAO rates, near NAS bus line Phone 49853. I IF I I Fleming, ext. 387. lers, winners of the second round,

ihJndihJ West Adams Street. I,I LOST to get four points, and Operations
: bedroom house to Peacoat at NATTC Valentine Dance got four points when the Execu-
I buyer of good Dendlx washer and last Sunday night. Was hanging In
1x-1 v kitchen range for $315. Rent $65 pet I NATTC Jax Air News Office May tive Department forfeited. In the
month children welcome. Vacant I have been taken by mistake Name only other game of the week, tn *
about 1 Maich. 15 minutes (torn NAS,, Inside Is HOPE A. Please return to Nurses beat ATU No. 4, 31.
5208 Tiansvlvunla Road, Wesconnett Hope, Jax All News Bldg. 030. ext '
01 ice: Lt. Trlngle., VF-2. i *S230 Standings
Will share bungalow' with couple .. It Tram P"lnl.
Phone 7-6950. Mrs Shepuid. ittJ 7ND 4
iUIYTIIMASTERS:
JIM WHITE'S; Operations 4
Roselle: Street.
Fui, nl l1t'd loom with private bath. TO PLAY FOR 1\ R. DANCE l I Nurses 3
Phone 2-9516. Mrs. Boyd. Jim White and his Rhythmasterswill I ATU No. 4 1A&R
u ill shale home with couple. Phone 0
be featured at the Fleet Reserve -
Public Work 0
7-01)51; Mrs Eakterllng.I .
bight I housekeeping apartment with Association's Shamrock Hop I Executive 0
1r'Tiioce"avy private bath. Phone Orange Park at the Hotel Roosevelt at 2100on
2661. Mr. Jacobs Friday 19 March. DANCING AT THE ANCHORAGE
Large double' room with kitchen prlv.lieges !
Murray Hill bus line Nondrinker Tickets are already on sale at I EVERY WEDNESDAY

only. Mrs. Gross, 4557 Post $1.25 per person. They may ')e NIGHT

Street. purchased from R. W. Stradley, Beginning 3 March, patrons of

Will all share home lovely privileges.home Convenient or rent room lo- ACMM, at A&R, Inspection; E. B. the Anchorage will enjoy dancingto

cation, one block from NAS bus line Malley. ACMM, at the NATTC the music of the Air Station

and two city busses. Phone 2-1512 Police Office; R. B Stephens, Band every Wednesday night, it

Mrs Boggs. ACMM, at ATU No.4; II. T. WM announced by Welfare yea

WANTEDTo Scott; ACMM. at ATU No. 10; terday. Bingo games have been

llI"t..u make their pfai.es ':o i-v-eryiulnj but buy Lake or Short rent., Three-bedroom Riverside, or Murray houseIn and J. E. Gable ACM, at A&R twitched to Thursday evening to

talk I'I Hill. Furnished or unfurnished. Must Overhaul Control. make way for the dancing.

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w- IT'S A TOUGH; LIFE Dy Sleeve"

=--Jt1 >i f\Wy .urS Enthusiasm PlusSome

of the most enthusiastic athletic

Editorial Offices events in the history of the station are being

South Wing, Louer Deck, BlOf. 930 staged every day at Mainside Auditor-
Telephone Extension 8184 ium. And while no spectators jam the wall

Arthur M. Greene Editor seats to watch the players go through

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly/ at the their paces, the boys 'put everything they LRZij 't)
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and have into their games just the same. 1

printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat Intra-mural events are always the step-
no expense to the government and in compliancewith
children in athletic There's
SecNav Circular Letter ( -1918 dated 12 December programs. no
1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat glory, no shouting, no ch eril1g. All playing
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical is done purely for the enjoyment of the

Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval game and these basketball tilts are typicalof
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of all intra-mural clashes.If .
the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxiliary Air
Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range you ever have a spare hour, go down to
and the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear he auditorium and see for yourself. Each

man on the floor is really striving to put his rue

Commandant Admiral, Seventh Ralph Naval Davlson Dlstilct division in first place. No half-hearted en- i /

Chief el Naval Air Advanced Training: deavours are being made. You'd think that V -W

Captain Herbert S. Duckworth USN, Commanding the Olympics were at stake when you watch r
Jacksonville Naval Air StationObtain them in action. ,,
lilt
lulei F. Schumacher USN Commanding About 250 men are participating in these r
NawU Air Technical Training Center cage intra-murals. The games offer every :

Captain C. M. Scharr CMC) USN. CommandingU. : man at NAS the chance to get in on organized 5j
S. Naval HospitalCaptala l recreation. Our varsity teams have )

the fame of NAS Jax but doff
F. W. Pi ieatman, USNR. CommandingNaval > i spread we
Alt Keneive Training Unit I the editorial hat to the intra-mural boys, Iii ,

Ut Col. T. C Moore, ..Jr. USMC. Commanding too. They're part and parcel of the sports ; ;; C:
here. /nr
Mailn Barrack picture

Lt I. C. rioeichlnger. O-ln-C "I cait't taU my eye off my model lung enough to we tbhat l i
Naval Auxlllaiy Air Station Cecil Field -
I'm
painting
Beat This, If You Can!
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn. USMC .
Marine Aviation Detachment I 1 Enlisted men of the Navy may make savings Survivor
The JAX AIR NEWS cehes Ship Editorial A*"oclaUonmateilal. 1---
deposits with their disbursing: officers.
Republication ot ciftlited mailer prohibited' es
without permission o( SEA Washington I 25. D.: C. Republication One deposit may be made each month in an I (Contlnied from Pate 1) -------l
matter except oy teivlce ,
n'iRIIN ot prohibitedother any without permission of LUitor. even dollar amount of not less than $5 nor the field lights, and it was' decided (

JAX more than any previously undeposited pay ,,, to utilize GCA for a land L
and allowances accruing during the three ing. The nearest GCA installationwas I

The Last HurdleLots months preceding the date of deposit, including at Green Cove Springs and I a
'
'I the plane headed that way and Calling all Aladdins! Down at ;
i
travel and
reenlistment allowances.
YOU be one of circled until the system could be the Occupational Therapy Department -
of
people may I I
Sums deposited for of six monthsor
about'' a period set up. the wood lathes are turn 1
them are thinking very seriously longer will draw interest at the rate of I I With contact established, the : out of all
ing lamps descriptions.
buying U. S. Savings Bonds Someday. !! four per cent per year. I huge aircraft descended for a land.
; Renken has turned out a beauty j jIin
idea that All will be with interest ing on the river. Suddenly, said (
They're absolutely sold on the sums deposited repaid I Romanczyk, the plane lurched mahogany and is busy makinga

Savings Bonds are the soundest, safest investment ONLY upon discharge, release from and shook violently. "I was at the hand-tooled copper lamp shade.

the best place in the whole active duty, transfer to the fleet reserve, or i flight engineer's panel and the ; This will be one lamp that will
very
appointment to warrant or commissionedrank. rest of the crew were at their never be duplicated in any department .
round world for them to put their money. I stations. The impact threw me store.
forward in seat and, simlutane-
But, somehow, they just never seem to get I Interested personnel should contact the : ously I saw my a blinding flash I | H. K. Yerkey BM2c, is keepingthe w

over the last little hurdle the dotted line. disbursing office for further information.News realized the plane was on fire and lathe tools busy while he i.
I In the shop. The lamp he Is.mak-
Now, that's really too bad because once ,I loosened"First thing my safety I did was belt.push Ens. ing is of poplar and you knoW'I ,
that dotted line the rest of the deal | that will be a popular lamp. Won '
you sign Hunter ,who was in the radar seat,
der what kind of shade he
is completely automatic out of the plane. He was suffering will make? a lamp .
from shock. The fire lit the interior
The whole thing simply takes care of it- I of what was left up of the I Chief Raynes will have a wallet

self. When you write your name on the dotted plane, and 1 could see it was in bearing his lodge emblem completed -
line at the bottom of a Payroll Savings tand.Views frnrntatk I shambles. Gaping holes were torn I any day now. Yes, he has
Allotment blank RIGHT HERE WHERE in the fuselage." done all the work himself and
know he"Is I of It. I'
YOU WORK, you've started yourself on the I j After determining that the pilots you proud. .
I were beyond help, Romanczyk
road to security. And, what's more, the I 1 jumped to the ground and help- Place your bets, folks, and
bonds you buy this easy, automatic way add : ed Ens. Hunter away from the come cheer your nag to victory!
up fast. You've started your money work- i A NEW LOOK FOR LENT flames. He noticed that the rest It's just a little early for the famous

ing-for you t How about a "new look" for Lent? The : of the crew had dragged them- I Kentucky Derby, so-we decided
to have one all our We
selves from the plane and were own.
So, how about it ? Clear that last little'I Lenten season is a forty-day field period : slouched around dazed, bleeding think this will be a little differ

hurdle today Sign up NOW on the pay- during which our neglected spiritual and and badly burned ,' ent from others you have been to.

roll savings plan!' moral corners should be cleaned out. There's I Taking charge, he huddled the You can be a spectator for one
one good thing about Lenten resolutions men around a fire which he made race and a horse in the next. All "
from Spanish moss, twigs and of this takes place in the Recreation
All ShutterbugsYou've they offer us a fresh start toward God. bark. Then amidst the moaningof Hall tonight at 1930. a

Calling Perhaps we have been careless about go- the wounded, he made them ,as I I The big Red Cross Valentine L

asked for more projects which', ing to Church. Give up that sack-time on comfortable as possible, lighting Dance was a howling success last l
and interest here. Sunday mornings Let it be front row and cigarettes for the men not able to I Tuesday night. For decorations _
1" would promote fellowship help themselves, treating their I there were Cupids and Valentines
center at Church Services Even the
Chaplain
You've asked for contests with prizes which wounds as best he could, and forever all over the !Ipace. Good music was
I
would provide the opportunity for competition w ill notice the "new look" the Chapelhas i keeping the blaze going. Finally I'furnished by the Mainside Band, I

in other fields besides athletics. \Vell, acquired. j after bandaging the more pretty Rainbow girls came out
let's make them tremendous successes.In And how about knocking off that foul lan serious wounds with torn shirts from Jax, and delicious refresh
then, and handkerchiefs he went ments were furnished and served
? The trouble is that in
we indulge
this instance we're referring to the guage
through the woods!' to the river's by Red Cross Volunteer Canteen' i
I Station Photo Contest which has been underway -i this kind of talk only when we have listeners. edge to see If he could attract Corps Be on the look out for our '
Underneath that strutting hardboiled next .
the past four weeks. In response i help. big dance.PATIENT "
to popular demand, this contest was started ejcterior: there still beats a heart which has Waving a burning log, and I OF THE WEEK:
his fav- 1 much in common with the rest of human be- blowing a life jacket whistle, he Theodore Guild, HAle, from Ward
to give everyone a chance to display at last caught the attention of Bt, is our outstanding patient this
ings. So quit putting on an act.
orite snapshot and to compete for a grand I two boats, which, after spottinghim week.
prize. But so far the response, though encouraging In this Navy we have a great opportunityto with a search-light, continued j i Guild enlisted in Uncle Sam's

has been limited to just a small' bear with one another, to give and take, on their course up river. "' Navy in August, 1945. He spent 10 I,
proportion of the station's personnel.Now I' to overlook the small, petty annoyances that An hour later another boat hove months of his time in Panama just /
know that photography is the constantly gripe us, and to make others hap- ; into sight. :It pulled up to the before comi g to the hospital on. .1
we I
shore. The more seriously injured -; September 13, 1947. While at
pier by letting them see our new look a"Pepsodent" .
most universal hobby that could have been were taken to the Air Station hospital Guild has done a great J
chosen. Nearly everyone enjoys taking pic smile.Pveprinted boat docks and then an ambul- I deal of craft work, his favorite
tures. There's hardly a white hat or officerat ( from Chapel Bulletin) ance took them to the hospital. A crafts being textile painting and
second boat picked.up the remaining ; shell work. Coin collecting is his
NAS Jax who doesn't have a collection of
:
,
three favorite
men including Roman- hobby. When asked what
NAVY STILL FIRST LINE SAYS NIMIT'/
photographs or an album of snapshots. czyk and brought them to Green his favorite forms of recreationwere
Practically every man on duty here has a'I (SEAThe Navy is still the first Cove Springs where another ambulance 'I he immediately replied hunt

camera or has borrowed one to take pictures -: line the enemy must hurdle either in the air I brought them to the hospital ing, fishing, and football games. j

of his buddies and his favorite local : or on the sea in approaching our coasts also. When he leaves the hospital, he
After that his
i I learning ship- will
subjects. So why not enter some of these stated Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, mates were all right Romanczykwas more report months back, after to which duty he for hopes 15 t.

favorites in the contest? USN, upon occasion oC his departure from released when it was found to return to Reading. Mass. his
Unless the participation is widened to include the Navy Department. that he escaped injury. I home town Guild then plans to go
many more people than have alreadyentered The Admiral also pointed out that the The plucky blueacket is a nativeof to the Medical School at Harvard
New York Mills, N. Y, and has
Welfare will not be inclined to stage U. S. should "exploit-not neglect-the element been in the Navy for the past University baby and doctor become, to you a !Pediatrician

any more contests of this type. They will of strength" to maintain conditionsof ,seven years. He served on the USS I Ii -
probably turn a deaf ear to all future pleas peace i Essex, and was aboard the USS

for projects of this nature. After all, it is Princeton when she went downin
the Second Battle of the Phil-
their desire to promote only those things in will be glad to help. You can purchase the ippine Sea. He was transferred to ,I .

which the majority of personnel are inter- materials there to print your negatives on NAS Jacksonville from Kodiak I .
A the '-hUon ..
ested. the type of paper required and use the faci- Alaska, in June. .1947., ham mead I and Ch Muttln pU, Ateou Mlrnilnf-

Don't be afraid that your favorite snapshot lities to enlarge them to the proper size. If I'rnlrktant0930NATTC
A. F. OF O. E. WILL, HOLD
isn't good enough. This contest is for you prefer not to do that work yourself, you SPECIAL MEETING THURSDAY I C.: Boyer t'l\lce-Chaplaln A.

amateurs like yourself only. Professionals can have it done in a number. of photographyshops The A. F. of G. E. No. 666 will 1045 Chaplain=C.eneial F. L VVomhlp All>eit.Service -., t

ale barred. You ,have as much chance of in town. hold a special) meeting next Thursday ('."""*

.winning as the next fellow. It's not as complicated as it sounds, so dig I 26 February, at 2000. The
And in case you need any :assistance, the up your favorite snapshot and enter it in meeting place will be 311 West 1 ICO-Mats
Duval Street All members have An outdoor) Nursery for small rbll .
Photography Section of the Mainside Hobby the contest. Who knows You may be the I I been requested to attend for the 11"1a.* malnutlntd) between (OboO ,

Shop, though not formally) in operation yet, winner i discussion. of Jinjoitant matters. and J2TO.Page .

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19 February 1948 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Five.

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.' ,d'Y, -" '/" '- SUpL1' To Face
'- I Civilian Girl Cagers



A $ DALLIES Atlanta City Champs At Armory


The NAS Civilian Girls Basketball Team, currently

leading the Women's City League, will be featured in one

HERE'S A QUIZ, KIDS How of the top attractions in women's cage circles in this sectionof

-ri- much do you know about the the South when they tangle with the Tomboys, Atlanta

p i fellow who is providing you with I City Champs, at the Duval County Armory on Saturday,

a holiday next Monday ? 1-When 28 February.
"," and where was George born
The NAS team has suffered
(Keep' out of this, Gahagan. ThereIS only one defeat losing to the

another teorge). 2-When did InspectingThe WAVES by four points. The girl

t'i he become the first President I' will meet the WAVES again to-

under the Constitution ? <(We< was night at the Lee High gym in a .
not the first chief executive, you game which will decide the event-
\
< i.iwRwtiti. know his predecessors, however I ual Jax City League Champs.
: were presidents of the Continental t InspectorsBy I With only two losses on their
Congress). 3-How terms
many season slate both at the hands of
did he serve ? 4-Here is a little HELEN 1IURNETTK j: the Sports Arena Blues. National

known fact: What was his middle "Chief R. W Cartier. better Women's AAU Champs, the Tomboys -
I
name? 5-How and where did he known to his many shipmates as are bolstered by five members -
I
die ? 'Mighty Mouse: has returned from of last year's national cham-

STRICTLY STATISTICS (Not a 30-day leave spent in New York : poin sextette They; are considered
x As@ A Sawa" wr vital), The Yukon Legion Club State, the garden spot of his to be one of the top women a

of which Sid Cortvriendt is an choice, where he was warn11.re I. hoop outfits in the country and
active member is sponsoring a ceived by his public. He reports will be formidable opponents for
dance tomorrow night in its own cold and ice prevailed most of the the high-flying NAS Civilians: !

building at San Juan and Lake time, but he carried on the business -I Following the Tomboy-NAS
i Shore Blvd Milo Jones is furnish- of looking over his vast estates Civilian clash. Downing Brothers
5 ing the music and Sid is eager to and real estate holdings and will take to the hardwood against

z- I have as many Supply-ers as pos- checked on the oil and gasoline I a fast Assembly and Repair team.
sible come. Call him at 310 for stations! which ate under his I On Sunday afternoon the Tom-

tickets or details. Sports section shrewd business supervision Chief boys will face an All-S'ar' team
: Best get your reserved seats spent several days with old bud- composed of players from the

for the Golden Gloves bouts at the dies on Wall Street, and, we understand NAS Civilian WAVES King Ed-

___ ___. .._.__ _m Armory next Monday through he sold his grain holdings, ward, and Southern Bell teams.
Wednesday. They're $2 per nightor both short and long. In the evenings -
These players' are being selectedby
THE JAX AIR NEWS building will also port a new dress for all
$5 for three. Several VAS
!, the bright lights called to of the
spring Public Works painters last week began swarming over the regular patrons City
r sailors, perhaps -one or two from
him and he visited all the best the A1I-
League Following
., exterior to it with a fresh coat of Navy gray paint The games. :
p spruce up will -
Supply, participate, and,
to relieve him of business -
night spots! Star game, the Supply Sallies
;S" department is now busily engaged in repainting the buildings
Siegal will direct *
course Shorty
worries Joe's Cock-
'Sloppy
team will meet the Toot "N Tell-
.wx'around NAS a task which will take several months and consume
tiaffic Sally Arnett, Sadie
I tail Lounge and Bar'. located on
4' em squad now ranking second in
hundreds of gallons of paint. Hete, C. H. Logue trims a window
\ i.; i Browning, and Joyce Cowart are the Bowery, and 'Mack's Place' in the
of BIdg 930 while P B. Haye applies the finishing I coat to the siding City League.
li-F selling tickets to the girls' basketball Brooklyn were two of the elite NAS'ers get their tickets
II tournaments on the 28th and spots he visited.to say nothing of I from members may of the team in Pub-
29th of this month. All three play the elegant clubs In Hr -
supper lic Works and from the
: 6f on the team t f Rita Jochum's NAS Supply or
I HEEZ1 lem. He spent most of his sparetime Employee Services Section of the
cagers Polly McDonnell and in his favorite spot, 'Brun- Industrial Relations Department,
I Francis Gardner now furnish fattening I
We
ette Gertie's Chowder House' 450. ext. 532
-=- AROUND A&RPt material for sweet-toothers. who stayed behind in the Sunny I Bldg
; I 1 the The game on Saturday will begin -
Alternating days!, they bring South I ?> welcome vou aboard
-, a Engineering Division by Caroline I homemade fudge- for lOc a package once ag t'nCh ef, -only' to -vie'v I at 8:00 P. M. while the Sunday -

,.' llowell-We sure do like MaryDuvall's See one or 'tother to get jour tired brow-knowing well I affair will commence at 2:00:

,: new hair cut. You look He is a former employee of the I same. Dan ("that was no that if all your problems are not I I I P. M Adult tickets are $85. and

.s"- .. like a regular sailor now, Mary. Landing Gear Shop. dream") Sharpe is proud of his solved, you can make new ones," children, 12 years of age and under
:il in that Friday the 13th surprise: Linda ;, will be admitted for I.40. Personsnot
!:.'.... You looked pretty sharp i Maycumber is singing "For Your shipmates
tickets to
Carol Dan said on such a date obtaining prior
skirt last week, too.
Whom the Bells Toll" again How : he expected a mean wlttle kid Engine Overhaul Class of Inspection game time may purchase them for
:; Sorta thought Emmett Tracy does it take to I
long repair en Thomas Williams, in class accountability 1948. the same price at the Armory.
r'v would be lonesome in the Duplicating automobile Maycumber has! been I
have been --- --
must -
;;l::.; Shop with all his help gone, off four weeks now working on I ex- As our twining program slips
too since miss around.
pecting a boy, r Junior having you guys
-. but we were all wrong. Edmund his. We bet it will be a good jobif I
tag was probably already picked into high gear, Chief King upsand Mr. Cole is happy over the
Hall, F2c keeps Mr. T from beIng and when he does I
get through.
i requests advanced instruction -
out. So they settled for homas- arrival of his coon dog and veryIndignantly
) lonely, and besides thai, Hall, We Mr. and Mrs Tex Mar-
.1( hope !Ina Jane instead. Bertha at Memphis!, Tennessee. reports that this is no
you sure know how to handle that tin's baby is well by now. !1 Since the dogs stopped running,
I I Kicklighter would like to carry I "coon dog". He has built her a
r mimeograph machine. We understand Johnny Knowl-) : Chief Ingle is getting plenty of
I her secret to her grave, but Sal- new pen, complete with cement
i" Chief "Tiny" Schassar has anew ton decided to do a little celebrat- sleep!
I lies has no mercy. Winnie floor and all, and is! in the mar-
. ', nickname now. Just call him I ing the other daY and the Mrs. did V'ynns was another of the Sup- I Chief Lakatosh is looking fora ket for a suitable name for the
,. "Porky" and don't be "nosey" as not approve of It. But, she got I Ii ply-ers who took In the excellent seabag-he wants to go fish- I dog. While out walking with the

:;' : to where he got it, either. I)i even by taking his pay checks I Florida Fair at Tampa last week ing. I dog the other day ( incidentally
I 4.:!" Think our Engineering bowling I I and doing a little shopping for I II and reports enthusiastically whata i I No comments from Chief Sutton he is going to make a hunting dog

,_ team needs some moral support herself. Johnny says that was one splendid exposition it is Inci- this week. He made the statement : out of her) he spied a squirrel Mr.
'; .. (II" something We're still in 9th expensive celebration and never I dentally, Clara Speer and Lilli I last week that he wanted all to Cole tried to send the dog after

*:, \{, place. Mr. Pulignano says that I I again will he do It. Claud went down for the Gaspar- know he wore the "pants in his the squirrel, but the squirrel cha.sed
",.s\ 1. since; we're team No. 9, we'll just Dublinskey, we hear you are : lIla ceremonies, viewing the doings I family. That is, when the wifeis the dog instead, 'Twas a pet
:*"f *; ': be consistent about this thing an authority on fishing 'after that I Ii from the top of a houseboat whic'i not home. I squirrel too. You've really gotta

'Jr< and etay in 9th place. i i extended trip down south. How was tied securely to a wharf. However I Chief Skinner now has the train her some, Mr. Cole

,**\ Your writer has a thought for about It'Planning I the sea duty was too much fishing tackle Listen for some Sorry to report that John
'\ today-here 'tis: "Let no corrupt I I Uh'I.lon-by Wynona I for Lilli who "brought up" the large fish tales! Camesi mother is seriously ill.
'K communication proceed out of Spurlock-So you think it s been subject of lunch and breakfast Chief Kealen says he is tired of Camesi was called home last week

'.. your mouth but that which is foggy lately You know that's several times. The two were en- walking. He is In'the market fora because of her serious illness We

:j ,> .,: good to the use of edifying, trrtf only California dew. !' tertained by Billie Cox (now Mrs GOOD Dodge Club Coupe. Any- sincerely hope she is greatly im
:,.
;ik J v. J bearers." Eph. 4:29ffi I Mardi Gras in New Orleans. who sent warm regards to her I such an automobile, please | L. E Jordan and C. L Saxton

"- +'iPersonnel and Administration We grow smaller and smaller in friends here. James Melton contact Chief Kealen. However, I want to know if anyone would
'it- :: by Dot Dickson Can't und r- I number as Mr. Carter resigns to and Jascha Heifetz are two of the Chief says it must not be older like to adopt a puppy, some pup-
-i stand McKee enter the law business. Mrs. Dun- scheduled for next a lot of Contact
why "Shrimp" I artists! year's than a 1940 model. pies, or puppies
vi, '..., doesn't like my columns.. Maybe: I lap is going to resign as her concert season here-Peggy Fairchild I Three of our chiefs! left us them right away
.," v it's because he can t read or write, I husband is going to San Juan. : presenting Ma Peritte, last week, we are sorry to report I Chief Gammill was seen purchasing *
''*V. ,ft I never see him with a news It seems that Landry keeps a dotter, Gloria, became Mrs Ware Chief Chambers received his discharge a very soft sheer light
!' ZN ', column-just kiddin'! certain luncheon rendezvous Competition I last week and the happy coupleare ; Chief Carpentier was yellow bathing suit for milady.

'f\"* We all Wish Dot Touchtown a Jimmy honeymooning now in Miami. transferred to Memphis!, Tennessee Not for home delivery, either!

""'&t speedy recovery. I Who in Finish & Fabric received Ask PBM (who reports for ; and Chief Baxter was transferred Don't you think it a little early
.i'*"}, '* Casanova Ouina rushed around a beautiful red camellia all wrap- the benefits of her well-wisher to the Commissary. Well for swim suits, Chief
4k( here last fonday looking for his ped in wax paper-gosh! that she is well-supplied with fuel --- -- -
.
B
r .:..*. harem Seems there were only oil now) who the funniest musician AMONG FIRST-ll'i 48
'. .. two people up that way. I is in the business!, and why
-INSIDE
Lt. Harper was out on the sick ANSWERS (Hut not to the

lift' last week. foregoing,: / question). 1-Ilrldjfes i iP
Sandy .surely has that new look PUBLIC WORKSThis : Creek, Westmoreland' County'. ''Ir-
with her short bob j ginla| (near' Fredericksburg) In
Understand :M. Owen's boyfriend column Is glad to report i 1732 2.3-Two terms, from 1789-
has departed for Ohio. I that Mrs. W. E. Truesdale, wife i 1797: 4-As far a* can be' learned a

We all hope Bjll Yeats' mother tof Bill Truesdale ((7ND Maintenance his family was more Illustriousthan

'all a speedy recovery. I Supt) has recovered from Imaginative, he didn't have
Mary, how's Bill and Sammy her recent illness. The California any 5-On December 1%. 1799.
Cutting along I'' weather of the last few weeks has I Washington and his overseer rode

Mrs. Hutchinson! and I narrowly Iincreased the sick leave percentage over the estate during a storm. Asa
escaped being crowned last week : of this department consider- result of exposure, the l1t.'u-

when the globe fell to the floor s ably. a non Squire took cold which developer
in our office No one injured except I The news of the week concerns so! seriously that he expired
.... nerves If that had happened Comdr. R. E. Ford, the depar' two days later. December 14th.
," on Friday the 13th, we really ment's popular Operating Superintendent :
f"/1 : would have been superstitiousfrom Comdr. Ford is being detached be pleasantly surprised by mail
>#: then on.ArccfeftorleH. : in March for duty at Se- I Bill Truesdale.advises that he hasa
I
That will be Beneficial Suggestion he offers
: Division-by Dorothy attle, Washington. a '
: free It is entitled "How to Workin
Williamson I know you nice trip, from the southeastern "
,;e : have heard that old story about ( corner of these United States to a Cold Office without Heat"I h;<

v', chickens coming home to roost. the northwestern corner Comdr.'I I and was inspired by the current
has been in this de prt- : fuel oil shortage. Bill says he
Well, one t)f ours has! come back, Ford, who
:.rir, our own Purcell. He likes us. we ment since the middle of 1915, will I brings a buffalo robe a heat-seat-I
know. No fooling, we did miss be missed by his many friends pad and a thermo:: of anti-freeze I II
(coffee') to work) and gets along
I
he is back
him and glad
we are
here.Beneficial issuedto I fine thank In the absence i
to stay, I I checks were you. I .-
'r We are sorry to hear that Mrs four members of this department I of a buffalo robe, he says a raccoon $S aa
I' last week. Ralph Mosley, coat and a hot temper will P
': L L Carpenter is ill, and we hope I I C
she will soon be better, shop personnel supervisor received suffice | ,.
Talk about folks puttinj Uu 'r two checks and John Woodrum, I Tom Andreu In Transportation | s

nose to the grind stone! We knowS snapper machinist one, in a pre- is reported as having taken up .w____ _n__

; r. "guy who puts his nose to the sentation by Captain H. B. Jones, photography as a hobby He displayed THE BENEFICIAL GGiSTION Fr<;g d,> m 1 M8 ." 111. il. s-
trill Instead-A. L. Beatty. PWO Joseph Walpole, civil engineer some very attractive scenic another as 24 station employeeshave
press Beneficial I effects taken In Cuba last week tined for record-shatlc'l'mg year
We wonder if Bennett knows also received a H B. Jones,
\ to with them already won awards totaling $860 Above Captain
but refused part
t _' the difference between a pig and Suggestion check but was abeenj compared favorably with the I Public Works Officer, congratulates R. T. Moelty. a doublt award
", a rabbit. on the presentation day. George They winner, after presenting a chetk to J. R. Woodrum Other Public
I white shot reposing
'?, ': "''..... Joe: Phillips has been very sick, Machado, the fourth recipient, will had | black and in Room 136. Works winners were G. A M4I and temporarily
I t j. find we hope he i I. better now rttigned in the interim


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LADIES! AUXILIARYOF
JAX AIR NEWS THE WORD

NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER FLEET RESERVETO .

Ctptehi Juk. r, SehumMbw. USN FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL

Commanding MARK BIRTHDAYA

Commander Robert P Babe) USN Love still remains supreme in life. Dickert still has his

Ex. utl.. birthday party celebrating the one and only Shirley. Mahoney is still looking for that lette

first anniversary of the Ladles from his only-admirer. Have you seen McCahey walkin''

Lt. A. C. Boyer. (ChC), USN Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve around the base the past week ? He looks so Happy. Don'
Public
Information
Advisor to ..In Air Offie.r New, held Association at the,American Branch 91 Legion, will Hall be disturb him, he might fall over. Come and tell us what she

on the corner of Lakeshore Blvd said, Mac. Be sure and see Moffett making that weekly tripto
Editorial Offices for NATTC Section. South Win* and San Juan Avenue next 500. Here's hoping that Donnais -
of NATTC Auditorium, Bldg. 563. Tel. Ext. 8174. Wednesday at 2000. Members of home. When you see him, you'll I Chief Sturgeon teems to havea

Editor both the Fleet Reserve Associa- know what love does to a person. buddy someplace, because he'sI
Robert J. \Vehllng Sic tion and the Ladies Auxiliary will When you happen to get into In- telling everyone that he's Coco
be present at the affair. nersanctum ((425)), Don't fall to I Solo bound.

All Photographs art official U. S, Navy Photographs mad. by NAS George B. Chaney, southeast look at that display of trophiesthat What's this about MacFar-
Photo Lab and AT. Fund. School Photo Lab unices otherwi. cr.dit.d.F FRA regional vice-president, and the Hellcats have amassed. I land and Mahoney scaring
Mrs. Chaney, southeast vicepresident Nice don't you think? (TOB attention Babies Look the other way

of the Ladles Auxiliary, have ). I boys.
been invited to attend. The Cha- Besides having trouble with the II If anyone Is minus any gear .
neys are residents of Pensacolaand Gems, McCormick is said to bea because of the moving you can
are active members of Branch Scotchman posing as an Irishman try and find It on the barge.
22 Is it true, Mac? This piece of Good hunting. Did you manageto

Mrs. Jewel Smith is in chargeof startling info comes from a very get all your gear In one of
good source. those small wooden lockers? ?
the affair, assisted
by a committee ,
When Honest John is gone, whoIs is in
consisting of Mrs Faun. Seamanship back fighting
I
Gallant, Mrs. going to take his place? Rogers !I form again. It seems that all the
Mary Cundy, Mrs.
Catherine Locher, Mrs Helen I I I i I is leading the parade. His of- boys have managed to get back
ficialtitle will be Little John.Who's !
from Leave, the Hospital and
Mrs. Bobbie
Dominy, Ochoa, and
TO DO/ WHERE TO GO Mrs. Marian I making off with all the teaching In other buildings.
F WHAT Slay. Refreshments tools In 425? Warner, give those
will be served. tools back to Ware. If anybody can figure out wlj'ir

The next regular business The dramatic event of the week: I the walking man is, and can star'-'

Ing of the Auxiliary will be meet-I Mahoney telling the story of his a good argument with the boys
down under, are welcome to
NATTC in the Cumberland Road Navy career. you
munity Building on 1 Who is the ugliest in TAF come down. This question has
MOVIE SCHEDULE i man I
really been hashed over the coals.
2000, it was announced by Mrs. and why Is John Silvers?
THURSDAY-WOMAN FROM TANGIERS, starring Adele Jer- Clara Stephanz, president. Two new men reported aboard Throughout the barracks on any
Iens and Stephen Dunne Shows at 1730 and 2015. ----- night of the week you can hear a
this week. Chief Mclmoil
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY--RELENTLESS, with Robert Young .me certain few griping about the
from AM"B" I
School. Have nice
And Marguerite Chapman. Shows at 1730 and 2015 on Friday and Fliers short stay, Chief. Chief Hatton a is choir and them getting "0" duty.
only two shows on Saturday at 1400 and 1730 due to Basketball Had the pleasure of hearing them
a weather bird and rainmaker.I
game between Jax-Navy and Stetson University at 2000. (Continued from Page; 1) Welcome to too. perform the other night and be-
SUNDAY-SONG OF LOVE, starring Kathryn Hepburn and Paul Alberghlne,you does thrsmall yond a doubt they are very good.
Henreid Shows at 1400 1730 and 2015. Fliers also stretched their 'win Try and hear them, and then decide -
slices of tomato two thin:
:\ro D.\Y AND TUESDAY BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES, streak to 18 straight and brought plus whether they should have"O"
slices of bread 15c? ? AskShip's
with Dana Andrews and Myrna Loy. Only one show at 1700 on Mon i their season record to 222. Service. equal duty or not. TAF has four
day due to Basketball between Jax-Navy and Georgia State in it.
game The men
two-game sweep at Milton, Joe Bananashas ,
Everyday: now,
Teachers College. Shows at 1700 and 2030. i
on Tuesday
Fla., gave the Jax-Navy quintetan been getting books, magazines I Every day now one can see an-
aSUAY-PHANTOM VALLEY with Charles Starrett and
undefeated record in confer- : pamphlets about th Navy I other brownbagger joining the
Smiley Burnette, Only one show at 1730 due to Basketball game be-
ranks of the barracks rats. Welcome -
ence play, capturing ten 'art't'r.llt'n
games as a ( are! you ,
tween Jax-Navy and Florida University at 2000.
while losing none. iruiudtd: on signing over, Joe'f't' home, boys.
TIIUHSD41 GLAMOUR GIRL, with Gene Krupa and Virginia I
the Flier list of defeated teams \\ > wish t{) welcome Hose That big noise that kept every-
Crey. Shows at 1730 and 2015.THINGS 1
were Pensacola Pre-Flight, NATB Nose Stradley back from the one awake the other night was

TO DOABOARDFLEET'S Pensacola, Corpus Christi, Memphis hospital. lie will join the ranksof Moffett and Ralph having a small
> and Whiting. the 1'KC to work with TuckI I disagreement. Small isn't the word
IN-Open nightly 17302130. Bldg. 51?.
for it.All .
er.
Tuesday night the Fliers
Sandwiches and snacks available. were
slated to Journey to Lakeland, Schlecter had his car damaged 1 the Cross Word fans in TAF,
BOWLING: .A allEY.: in Ships Service avail. t Fla., to take on the iorida southern by someone, and Is lookingfor attention The daily meeting of
able i, an personnel Monday through Saturday, } team. The locals barely eked someone to help him find out I I the club will be held at 411 each
170(-2130. League games have priority. by Florida Southern earlier in the who the person I*. Look for a 1 day at 1300. Bring your dictionary -

NAT1C LIBRARY Located In Auditorium. campaign.But man with no backbone. George (Crocked) Parker is

Open Monday, Tuesday, nursday and Friday 1300 to the clash that the Fliers Speaking of the (devil Driig- I now the big wheel at 411.
2100. Wednesday. 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun. any "72" Is up and Is Drug I The Honor Men of the graduate
d.y, 1230 to 2100. have been pointing at for months beat. All that was" quiet Is no ing class this week are II E. Ster-
will come off Saturday night at more. Knobel Is back, too, andIs ,I rett with an .88 average. Close
the NATTC Auditorium when the said to have bought a trailer. behind him is R. R. Saliga -vlth an
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locks Fliers take on the Gators from You can't park It on the base I .86 average Good luck and smoothI

Physical: Training Department, Bldg. 51*. the University of Florida.In at Memphis." I sailing for the remainder ,of your
their only other meeting, the Dojle Is! now called money I hitch. -
TENNIS-Racquets and balls available at Physical Fliers bombed by the Gators, 80- bags. That's okey, Sparks, waft Well, we shall put Baby to bed

Training Bldg. 513. :51, on Florida's home court. A 'til you have a new car to show for this week, or, as the newlyweds
fin over the Gators would be just for It. Then all these guys wi'l I said to each other, "Good
Ihe: tonic the Knickelbinemen need be sorry. I Night, Dear."
I before the East Coast .
entering
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Navy tournament at Norfolk, Va., 1I 1-- scene. Topping the scales at closeto
SWll\IMIXG-Indoor Pool. Dally, Monday through
Jt nex month. I Jax-Navy 200 pounds, the big fellow has
Friday-1800 to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100 Once again, a great individualduel enough power to take care of any
Sunday-1300 to 2100. is pected when toweling l (Continued from Page 1)) man in the tournament.

Al Henmngien, the Fliers' leading weight has a good left hand andis Besides boasting many entries .

BINGO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Ship'sService scorer, and Hans Taenzler, stellar I hard to hit, a combination which In the point-gaining classes, Jax-
in Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000 till 2230. Spon- center for the Gators, meet for may bring him into the finals. Navy will be well taken care of
eoicd. the Wives Club of Jacksonville. the second tune in then; last in the novice group. Dick Polak,
: by Navy Proceeds for the Nur- I Moving into the heavier brack-
meeting, Taenzler held the highly- who favorite in
I a puncher was a
"'rY.I ets, Mike Hernandez, and possibly
touted Henningsen in check, and smoker competition will handle the
Joe Martin will the Jax-
,
the blond basketeer will be out carry duties in the flyweight class.
in the
Navy spangles lightweightclass.
to score 20 points against his I Hernandez' record alone The bantam hope of the novIce

nval makes him the favorite in the 135- class will be southpaw Bob Bus
e i Fliers 78, Whiting 52 pound group. He copped the last ton, And Dick Eckmanlan will be
The locals clinched the NATAC the featherweight contender. If
Golden Gloves tourney, the Flor-
championship Saturday night by ida State A.A.U. championship, Martin does not fight open, he
smashing the Whiting Field squad the Naval Air Training Athletic will battle in the novice lightweight -
78-52 The Fliers were led to the Conference crown, the Seventh Na- and Bill Deschene and Lou

i R crown by Al Henningsen who net- val District tourney, and many lannini will battle for the novice
rs ted twelve baskets and three other lesser titles in the past year. welter crown. The middleweightcrown

gratis throws for 27 points. Martin was a favorite in the recent will be fought for by Sol
The game was never in doubtas smokers and may fight in the Zwlrn. another smoker favorite,
the Jacksonville quintet opened open or novice bouts. I and Bob Gray.
fast and blasted the Whttingites .
---
The rugged welterweight classwill ------
into submission. Taking a quick find the station well set in Ensign: "I suppose y'ou'wish I
lead, the locate edged ahead untilat Eddie DeCore, the best fighter on 1 were dead so you could spit on
Is I halftime the score was 623. the squad. Holding as many titles I my grave.' ,

I Following the same pattern in the as Hernandez, DeCore has Seaman: "No, not me, I hate t
: : I final canto, the Fliers won going never been knocked out, been stand in line." /'

S I away from their befuddled opponents knocked down only once, and has | __' t-..! .- :

a long string of KO victims. Possessing Yeoman: "There's a very Important -
Henningsen led all the scorers a deadly punch, the slug- qu,..ion I've been wanting
t S 4 .n p,' with his 27 points. He was fol- ger was another winner of last to ask you for days and days."
I ? lowed by Bill Korzenski of Whiting year's Golden Gloves. Joe Steiner I Wave: "Go right ahead. I've had
I who bucketed 26 markers. Jim a winner of the novice championship ', the answer ready for months and
DeGroote was next in line with a season back, will also months."
five buckets and one foul shot fight in the welterweight open
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for 11 tallies. class. I -------- -- -- --
ki Sv' Fliers 80, Whiting :57 Jax-Navy will enter two men in''
Though the }Fliers played slug- the middleweight open class. Bob I

gish ball in the opening half of Perkins, a hard hitter who boasts | WHEN DRSU9HG.
the initial game with Whiting I plenty of experience inside the ,I
; (Field they came back fast in the roped square, will be the big hope
.
\ t ) second session to put the Whiting of the station in the 160-pound

five away, 80-57, Friday night. group, but Fred Heini may also Heed .
The opening minutes were slow come through.Joe .
and the game was marred by bad Debronskl will be the lone
passes, too much whistle tootingand Navy entry in the light heavyweight -
all around nervousness. But I division of the open class.:
I 6 then the Fliers settled down and I! A tall rangy boy, Debronski was Warning -
forced to lose some weight to make
: ended the half with a 32-23 ad-
.p vantage.In the class but still packs a knock
I out punch in either hand. -
the final half, Henningsen '
:: started to The heavyweight open class will And 1
roll
: Ace
,.... > ,"'..;;..;;....... : c> ., .'"' .-Mli played spectacular defensive Woolbright ball, I be taken care of by Bob Myers
another to local
the
newcomer
II BARBARA BATES, Warner Brothers' actress, weighs 115 Ibs. the local fast break started to !

,"1 She loves to cook and she loves to eat-even her own cooking-but click. From then on out, the Whit rade with 26 points, followed by Stop Signs
I' she also] loves to keep down to that 115. So she walks to and from ing team was simply outclassedand ,Jim DeGroote with 19. Dick .

the studio every day. The three-mUe round trip keeps her in dandy the Fliers won easily. Thompson led the field for the
shape, witness the photo above. Henningsen led the scoring pa- losers with 12 tames
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19 February 1948 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION_ Page Seven

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VALENTINE'S DAY DANCE FEATURES CLAUDE THOnNHILL I
NATTC MEN RECEIVE


MEDALS FOR PISTOL


LEAGUE MATCHES\ a

Several beautiful medals have

been received here from the Flor-: f
da Welt Coast Pistol League for a
embers of the crack NATTC o 3

stol Team composed of Team a

Captain A. A. Andrews, ACOM: 5' ; .4 : '
K. M. Wise, ACOM; B. F Preston, S .
AOM1; F. F. Dedrick, AFC1; and S. I -

K. G. Light, AOM2.

The medals are for competingIn
the recent Pistol Matches at P

the Jax Pistol Range, and Sundayat _
a similar match at the Ocala ; '

Piatol Range, both being in prep S .
'
aration for the National MidWinter
Pistol Matches and Schoool of

Instruction at Tampa March 9th '
through the 13th, where 350 to :: s 4 ,

400 of the best marksmen in the
s
.. United States will compete. Last

year the excellent Marine Corps .3
Reserve team walked away with
honors as National Champions at

the matches, also held at Tampa. ------- ---- ___ ___ ____._ _nn_ _
There will be three different MARKING TilE FIRST appearance -

classes competing: Civilian, Police of a really big name
and Service, with a special award Band here at NATTC since 1945: ,
to the best foreign team. Such Claude Thornhill brought his 17- x

ards as "Trophies, Silverware, piece aggregation Into the a

hotguns Pistols, Radios, Watches NATTC Auditorium for a Val.
and Telescopes will be givento entine's Day Dance on Sunday -
the best shooters. The total 15: February. Over 1000
4 ,
aggregate score of each competitor ; r 4 'foot shufflers"! enjoyed four
is based on scoiesvin Rapid hours of wonderful dancing to

Fire, Slow fire, Timed fire and Claude's piano and his catchy

the National Metal Course arrangements. During the course .
w 0"dr of the evening were the usual
Sunday at Ocala, B F. Preston F ,
and F. F. Dedrick' both graduatedto Jitterbug and Waltz contests
Class B competition Trom ClassC Top right shows the winners 1n

with their fine shooting. B F the Jitterbug contest awaiting
Preston took third place in the their prizes from :Mr. Thornhill
Reading from left to right are
Class C with a total aggregatescore
Hazel Slay and Dick Hurst, SI
of 842 out of a possible 900 c
the First Prize winners Claude ;
while Dedrick hit 825 out of 900 ; fS'
Thornhill; and Helen Mancos :
Anyone interested in this
tvpe and Whitey Fisher, SI, Second ,
of sport, and wanting to competeon q i
Prize Winners Top left art
the NATTC should contact Y' 1Fdr
pictured winners in the Waltz 4
Team Captain A. A. Andrews
)
al r'e Contest Reading from left to
Bldg. 613, TOB Headquarters
Helen Henderson and
right ate:
,
W S Jensen HA2. first' place ta i

winners; Thornhill; and Candy:
-91--4 M.-lton and Blackle Grisanti

winners of second place. (Bot-

turn left) The Photographer ..
JOKE!! catches: Claude Thornhill Just
tiddlin'' with his left hand on

the keyboard as he looks out
over his audience for the night
vu Lower right\ ) As the dance end-

ed, this shot was taken of Ork
"Yes."Hello", Salvation Army?" itt .t .1E Leader Thornhill and his song .
birds, Fran Warren and Gene
"Do you save bad women?" Williams .
"Yes." __ _u_ __ _
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"Well, save me two for Satur- ;
day night." Rear Admiral Navy Wives Club
9 'NATTC May Be Used ForUMT'

Revelation-Bathing .suits reveal (Continued from Page 1)) Holds Installation I

the figure, but sweaters point out to World War I. "It's like compar- SchumacherFacilities

the facts ing one of the balling wire flying Banquet At CPO Club Capt.

contraptions to the sleek jet jobs -
Visitor: "And how is the good being vacated here by
wife 1"Sultan of today," he said. I A number of new officials of the the Naval Air Technical Training Bowling ResultsThe

: She's tine but the othersare The new head of Reserve Training Navy Wives Club No. 86 were installed Center may be used for UMT unitsif

more fun" told the vast crowd gatheredfor last night at a banquet in the Universal Military TrainingLaw final results of the NATTQ

the inspection that since the the. CPO Club. is passed by Congress it was Intramural Bowling League are
"Why daughter, why is your hair U. S. does not maintain huge Among the Navy wives taking revealed earlier in the week by listed below. The final nights results -
all mussed up? Did that sailor standing naval and military forces, office were Mrs. G. O. Neilsen who Capt. Jules F. Schumacher, Com- are also listed

try to kiss you against your will?" the nation must look to the Re succeeded Mrs. Marie Sturgeo as manding Officer of NATTC. Final night's results:
"No Mother. He thinks he vice president, Mrs. Bonnie Swan,
Just TOA 2-TAF 1
for force of men Schumacher said that future
serves a large Capt.
did." club chaplain and welfare officer TED 3-TEA 0 forfeit
( )
aviation in wouldbe
trained in specialties use of facilities here
; Mrs. Bertha Mish, Bingo chair TOB 3-TLT 0 (forfeit)
another national
the event of em- decided on the Washingtonlevel
Wife: "Do you think the mountain man; Mrs. Esther Wise, publicity League Standings (final)
air will with ?" ergency. chairman and Mrs. Frances but that Jacksonville was
disagree me ; Team Won Lost Pet.
"To be more specific, he stated UMT center
Chief: "I don't think it would Scaggs, chairman of the Navy being considered as a TEB 14 1 .935
"Naval Air Reserve's main for both sailors and marines.
dare, dear." Nursery. Arrangements for the in- TOA 11 4 .733
purpose is to act as a strong, stallation were in charge of Mrs. Meanwhile, six schools stoppedall TOB 9 8 ..600T

The psychiatrist was testing highly-trained force, composed of Tlllie Daut. instruction Friday afternoon, TAF 8 .539
bolster -
Joe's Intelligence.Doc civilian membership naval, ready air to Mrs. Leota Waller, club president and are settling down to the heavy TEA S 12 .200
forces
: "What would happen If I the regular" announced that Chaplain A. task of moving, although some of TLT 0 IK .000
cut off your ear?" when needed* J > C Boyer has accepted appoint- the different schools' student per .
Joe: "I couldn't hear." ment as chaplain to the NWC.It sonnel have been given orders and

Doc: "And If I cut off the other Bonus Offered To Ohio was revealed_ that Mrs. Wise I sent on their way to Memphis.It Bingo Sponsored By
?" had named for the of
ear been post I is anticipated that these six
Joe: "I couldn't see." World War II VeteransNaval regional vice president for the schools, including the bigger Navy Wives Club

Doc: "Why?" personnel now on active national association but that she schools at NATTC such as: SAD, Commences At 2000

Joe: "Because my hat would duty who served minimum of 90 had declined the appointment since TLT, TEA, TEB and SKV will be
fall over my eyes." days during the period 7 De- she expects to leave Jacksonville I able to resume instruction at NA- All hands from NATTC and

cember 1941 and 2 September In the near future. TTC Memphis in about 30 days. NAS are invited to play Bingo tonight
Excited Yeoman (on telephone) : 1945 and who were residents of The club will meet for its socialat Starting 15 March, AvFund and at Snug Harbor in the NA

ulck send over a man, the enjx's Ohio on the day they entered on 1400 today at the clubhousein the Ordnance Schools are scheduled TTC Ship's Service. The weekly,

.. head Is out of order. active duty and during one year Dewey Park. Mrs. .Louise Fos- ) to start moving. affairs are sponsored by the Navy
Voice: Be more explicit. Do you ter will be hostess Club and all to
? prior to that date may be eligible :Movement of equipment by van, Wives profits go
want or a plumber
a psychiatrist
I for the Ohio State World War II C_ rail, and barge is under way. the Navj Wives Nursery.

She: Every time I come to Canada I compensation.If Around 40 vans have already visIted Each week a large jackpot is
I have to change to my heavy you are eligible, submit your NATTC loaded as quickly as given away, plus substantial prizeson
undies. You know, I'm from Flor- I name to the Station Education Office possible and left again for Mem- varieties of Bingo played. The
so that a sufficient number of 50% OFF!! phis. The loading of a barge, winner of one of these games will
forms for the bonus
ida.Me: That so? I'm from Missouri. application docked near the Mainside BoatHouse receive a Free Nursery Card, good

may be obtained.. I is nearly completed. Over for one month. The outstanding
Some of the Women Reserve I I I 5000 metal lockers will be put I feature of the evening will be the
have been wearing. the mime hat I NCCS CLUB SPONSORS FREE On 1111Siock aboard the barge for transfer to game on which $120.00 in the

for h year and A half, which Just I DANCE FOR SERVICEMENThe I Memphis. While any men are still I I Jackpot rides Only nine numbersare
foes to how what a little discipline i NCCS Club, located at here at NATTC wooden lockers I called however, and if no one
will do for womanhood.A I Church and Newnan streets, vail have been provided for them. has won this sum, the Jackpot is
sponsor a Servicemen's Dance raised and continued the following
girl had Just entered home Saturday night from 1930 to 2330. Capt. Schumacher pointed out week. A Blackout card worth ,
that although personnel here at
after a ride with her boy friend. All servicemen in civilian clothes At $15.00 to the winner will also be
As she entered the house, her must have I. D. cards to be ad- NATTC totaled only 2500 at the offered. A

. mother noticed that only her rightfoot mitted. Refreshments will be, start of the move, facilities are t y yMONDAY
had mud on It. To her moth- served. enough for 10,0000 men for nor-
HOBBY SHOPNATTC IS LEGAL HOLIDAYNO
mal peacetime operations.
er's puttied Inquiry, the girl replied WORK FOR PERSONNEL
1 NEW YORK (AFPS) Navy'sloan
Another long week-end is
com
of nearly three million gallons NEWS TO BE
"I changed my mind.
for and civilian
ing up military
of fuel oil averted wide-
The queen bee is a hardy soul, personnel of NAS and NATI'c"Slhce
OOD: Are you positive that this spread suffering and hardship in who thumbs her nose at birth con- Washington's Birthday, a
thousands of homes here duringthe
man was drunk? national holiday, falls on Sunday,
SP: Well, sir, he put a penny in city's recent prolonged cold trol.That's
the without Monday will be observed as a leg
the mailbox and looked up at the spell and fuel shortage, the Bldg. 414 reason, a I
of bees al holiday by the station and all
doubt.there's so many sons
Committee
library clock and yelled:, "Gad, I've Emergency Fuel re work will be halted.
about.
unnecessary
.
lost twenty pounds. ported. ,
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. GOLDEN GLOVERS: I'I Two Teams Now Tied For

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.' : : -- :- Lead In American League


OPERATIONS AND S. T. U. FIGHTINGFOR
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ft* toF w JUNIOR CIRCUIT'S NO. 1 SPOT

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Two powerful cage quinte!s : --
Supply and VA ATU No. 5.-drop first place Friday, dumpfnff" "T
ped from the leadership in the fy" Thompson's NARTU quint* .

American League last Friday, vanquished 35-23, as Spud Rider split the ne '
by a fast Operations five for 13 tallies. Ray Turpak led the
and scrapping Marine hoop outfit losers with 11 markers. Chief Art

Their loss left the junior circuit Simas potted eight two-pointer
.a top spot still occupied by and a lone charity pitch to garner
two quintets--Operations and S. 17 points and lead the CPO Club
C T U. These two hardwood com- to a 33-20 win over a game VM\
I Unit five Friday Lawrence Morrisled
-- panys were slated to fight it out
Y. r. for the top berth yesterday in the the VMera with eight points.

Malnsid Auditorium M-L Division Drop Hospital

A A&R till ruled the roost In the Don Stowe and "Doc" Jones paced .

National League as they stepped the M-l Division to a well-play
down from league play last Thurs ed 41-25 victory over the Naval
day but they were scheduled to return Hospital Thursday as they collect.

to action Tuesday. The A&R- ed 14 and 11 points respectively.By .
ers still boast a record of eight defeating the Hospital crew:'"-

straight wins without a loss blem- M-l tasted sweet revenge for an
ishing their fine slate: earlier season loss administered by
S
; Leatherne-kers Win ThrillerVA \ theHospital

ATU No. :5 dropped their Bill Phifer dropped in a crap
first game in seven outings last shot in the last three seconds of
Friday when they were spilled bya play for VA ATU No. 4 to defeat

x scrapping Marine five, 28.27, in I. A. T. U., 37-35 1n another thrill
i one of the most thrilling cage en- I packed encounter Thursday

counters yet staged at the Main- I eventual winners trailed throu k
side goalery. The losers had a out the contest but mid-way in '
chance to tie the count in the final final canto started hitting the nets

ten seconds of play but failed to with deadly accuracy to annex a

kM. S S 1IKIUKK SOMfc of the boxers take advantage of a charity toss hard-earned loop win.

who will ,airv the .Jax-Navy Bill Hoppe and Bob Lambert were Art "Piggy" Reed dumped In
-' 1 l l.r spangles into the roped square high for the winners with 10 and nine field goals and four gratis

of the Duval County Armorynext 9 points respectively, while Don { tosses to chalk up 22 points to
: Monday night in quest of Childs picked up 9 markers for the lead the Administration Annex to

the Jacksonville Golden Gloves losers an overwhelming 77-26 win over

championship Boasting an entryin I Charlie "Buddy" Woolls of Operations -I Communication' In the Initial
almost every weight of both hit too often for Supplyto game of the second round Yard

the open and novice classes, the cope with, and the Supplierswere Department upset Ordnance and
local squad is hoping for an dropped from first place by a : Gunnery, 32-25, with Billy Long
overwhelming victory in the 34-19 count. Uoolls tracked the collecting 12 points to lead the
tournament. iTopl( ) Part of the I netting for seven buckets to pace winners. Chuck Mahaffey dropi .
novice team includes left to the smaller Operations five to this i ped in 10 points for the Gunners,
right Bill Deschene, Dick Eck- important loop win. Jack Eifert 1 but to no avail. as the little fast-
: per! manian, Lou lannini, Jack Reynolds spearheaded the losers with six | breaking Yard five played heads-

and Joe Dabronski Left( ) markets plus playing a. good board up ball to notch this league win.

Two members of the open class, gameS Standings as of 1800 Tuesday
veterans of last year's Golden T. U. remained in a tie for 17 'February ...
Gloves, Mike Hernandez and .
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Aaron Garcia, go through a fast \\ Last
workout in a practice session TIGERS RIDING As 'rpbly t..,,! Repair 9 -f
last week to prepare for the big I Xdm'iSSWAllon! I Annex 7 1MU
,'entCPO. Dlvl 5on 7 :i
I Naval Hospital 4 6
rt : -- CREST OF 5 GAME 1ATU 6
VA ATU No. 4 I 6
Club' Clinches Yard Department 3 6
Communications J 7
WINNING STREAKThe Ordnance and Gunnery :J 7
Title
In
Enlisted
a AMERICAN'; 1>:AGUI%

Team.. Was !...*.
Bowling NAS colored basketball Operation 7 2.
LeagueWith quintet ran its current win streakto I !S" T. U. 7 i
five straight last week, bowlingover : VA ATU No. S 6 1
only one more game sched- : Supply 6 :1
two
uled to be played in the second more opponents Displaying : Flag Unit "> 1
a hitherto unseen: attack, the Marines :i" 4.
round of the enlisted men's bowlIng -
Tigers are now working the ball in I CPO Club i 5
the CPO Club ; '
league keglershad i T
close before netting buckets. I RUn
already clinched the title with I VM Tuesday night, ,tbe locals came
a total of 36 points last Tuesday
through with a stunning upset, de- ------
Events Slated night. Since the CPO had alreadywon feating the Jacksonville Blue DevIls First Call For
Many Aquatic
the first round of league play, I
I 32-21, at the NATTC Gym. Led
this makes it the Baseball To Be
win
undisputed
For NAS In Coming MonthsAn champion. by big Chuck Walker, the Tigers
I grabbed a quick lead aryi never Issued Next WeekWith
Last week, the CPO keglers relinquished it.
calendar, hock full -- --- \
advent of
aquatic the spring
Communications 3-1 and
topped ,
of colorful events, is now being move into the picture in June I Iwh..n i Short snappy passes left the just around the corner, the eyes
took a 4-0 verdict from VA No Blue Devils flatfooted and
,
scheduled for the huge indoor pool the Naval Air Training AthConference though of start fain all over the nation
4 forfeit Other included -
by scores
Walker was not able to controlthe
It>
tlc
championships
here in the coming months. Ac- i' 5 are now turning to the
A&R VA
4 0 forfeit
No.4. ( ;
backboard he scored time and
take over the spotlight at the indoor
Lt. Paul head
cording to King, southland where the big league
4 Boathouse 0 Com-
Dispensary ;
Walker took hon-
pool. Last year, the Jax-Navy again. scoring
coach from '
swimming everything baseball club are begh..1nr"prinr
munications 3, Supply 1; Dispensary with 16 followed
second behind ors points by
squad snagged a place '
a mammoth aquatic clinic to top. training.
and Coach 4, ATU No 1 0 (forfeit); Jim Bass who contributed 10 tallies -
Ottumwa
flight swimming meets is on tap. now and ATU No, 4 3, Supply 1. I Here at NAS, thing; are no
for local mermen from April.until King is after the crown. i I to the victory different Lat week, the Physical
August. I I And then, in July, the All-Navy Standing Jack Scott, Hal Augustus, and Training and Welfare Do
Tram Paints Charles Faniel I'
On 16 and 17 April, an aquatic swimming eliminations will come CPO Club 36Dispensary starred on defense l partnient>> announced the first
Clinic will be held for people from to the fore Physical Training officials intercepting passes consistently call for candidates. for the ash
1 1A&R
all over Florida and South Georgia are trying to bring the ATU No 4 29 throughout the game and horsehide sport would beheld
Included in the curriculumwill I Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Naval Communication 27 Last week the Tigers avengedan I next week
I
be cooperative swimming and District swimming champion- Supply 25 early season defeat by humbling I Anyone interested' la tryingout
diving, life saving and water safe ships back to Jacksonville. Laterin Boathouse 14 the Howard Academy five 53- for this netWMm's nine should
ty, synchronized swimming, camp I the month, the All-Navy finals ATt VM No. '10 14 0 26, at the NATTC Gym. The visitois ; attend the first meeting of cxwtilidate .

and waterfront program planning, may again be held here Last Aug- Photo Lab 0 were simply outclassed as at ;Mason Field. Mon-
water pageantry, swimming pool I ust, Jacksonville played host to ATc No 1 0 Coach Ed Carpenter's boys scored didate at Mason Vlefcl, Tue-
standards and stunts, and small the big Navy swim spectacle and VA No. 4 0 practically at will,
craft Instructions Swarms of of i the pool met the standards of all ---- -- -
TIGER CAGE
ficials and instructors will be on concerned SQUAD

hand to keep the instruction running With such a heavy schedule W smooU.ly. facing NAS it is rather il"'Onlt'al'
In May, the Florida A. A. U that no local team has yet been s..
senior and junior men and wom formed A leader In Navy sWimming -

en's swimming championships will for many years, Jacksonvilleis t
probably be held in the local nat- now badly in need of mermento

atorium and, later in the month, it represent the station. Anyone
is hoped that Olympic trials for ,, interested in trying out for the
the First District of Florida will tank team should contact Lt King
be held here I at Bldg. 726 or by phone at ,'xt. ,
Navy swimming competition willJaxNavy )93.;) *
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,' Golfers Meet U. Of Fla. ia



I'r Linksmen Here Saturday At 1330The :

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Jax-Navv golf team will :
bowel to the: Gainesville Country
make its first hmo app ar8n""
lub, 71-28, at Gainesville Lt
of the season this Saturday afternoon I
: Urego led the way for the losers
at 1330 when it takes on the
\- University of Florida golfers on ; with a 71, the same store as Ed

the station links in the first of a Rapacz. Thougt Ervin Scott tooka

series of matches with southeastern seven on the fifth hole, he cam '
universities and colleges. "*
back strongly to shoot a fine >
The squad will probably consist over the course. Chief Robertsonshot I

of Chief Joe MacDonald, EnsignEd ; a 79, Chief Joe MacDonald
Rapacz, Lt. Tony Grego Ervin scored an 80 and Lt. Whistler i a .i
Scott, and Chief Bob Robertson. I m tnr.:a aaaiwa' s
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garnered an 84. -
The sixth man and two alternateswill Practice for the local team Is lllr. N VS TIGj.t.s; \ <.:Tn.\U.- squad has hit its stride under: the; coaching of Chief Ed Car '

b s chosen by a playoff between I held on Mondays, Wednesdays and p+nter in recent weeks and currently is in the midst 01'a five-game win streak The Tigers have repeatedly .
Lt. Whistler, Lt Herider, Fridays: Anyone interested in try- upset favored rivals since Carpenter look over the coaching reins and are boasting one of this
:Ensign Sal Lococo and Lt. Gra ing out for the squad should best records: ever made by an NAS colored qUintet. The members of the team are, left to right, Coach;

J am. I contact Jack Harvey, the station Carpenter Johnny Plaskett Charles Faniel, Hal Augustus, Chuck Walker Milton Turner, Bob Chap

j.ast< week, the Jax:-Navy team pro, at the golf shack, ext. 8157. man, and Charles Heard, manager










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