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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1948
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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6-No. 37 -- 9 December 1948


Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District

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UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

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I the 20th Century Movie "Slattery's Huriicane", Department Heads

now being: filmed hits the screen, the Navy, and especially

: Jacksonville Naval Air Station can claim a "clean sweep"in Rule Civilian LeaveNaval
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the coming- production..

I. -=-=--= = ._,- The Marine Air Detachment of I Air Station service
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wfp Jacksonville Naval Air Training
Unit will appear prominently in personnel will begin streaming -
I HAS Band Has
the movie, along with the Naval from the base for the an-

\ Part In MovieThe Air Station band nual Christmas holidays on
I Squadron VMF-144, on Organized -
Friday, December 17, the be-
r Kills REGULAR WAVE-Lt. Noma 1" Reid, Us N. becomesthe Reserve duty over last week
i first W-\."I'': to be c nunU",ioned In the Regular Navy In this versatile Jacksonville was given an invitation to aid the ginning of the special leave
Naval Air Station band has
t. area aft she taken the oath adminUtered by Naval Air Station toniniandlng Miami Fla. Naval Air Reserve and liberty period which ex-
scored again-This time in the
w:t ; officer Calt.Ivln 1. MaNtrom. I.t Reid! U public/ Inforniatluii ; i movies Training Unit in filming an aerial tends until January 5, it was:
r. officer and \\A\K administrator at the station. I scene in the movie The local unit, announced this week.
Naval Air Station bandsmenwill I,
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appear in the new 20th W. Williams readily compliedThe I The period from the end oC
Century! motion picture "Slat- group, 30 strong flew to Mhami I working hours Dec 17. 1948 until
r Lieut. Reid First WAVE tery's Hurricane" portions of Sunday, and promptly went !, 0800 Jan. 5 has been set aside,
which are now being filmed in through their maneuvers before as special leave and liberty which
:Miami Fla. the will be charged against accrued*
cameras I I
warded Status' I The local contingent trekkedto The scenes shot at Masters Field leave
Regular It has been that basically
suggested
I Miami last Sunday where in Miami, where the studio is &n I
. work on the movie began and location, utilized the entire ships j I two leave, periods bo u'll-
ized The first extends from
period
their part in the productionwas I
of Naval Air Reserve
.: Lt. Noma P. Reid, public information officer at the filmed Under the leader Training company Unit of Miami, includingtheir 1600 Dec 17, 1918 until 0800 Dec
: v Jacksonville Naval Air Station, became the first: WAVES ship of Chief Oden L. :McMil- families. The people in the 27, 1948 ,and the second period begins -
I i officer in this aria to be sworn into the Regular Navy, taking lan, the band will play and maneuver neighborhood at the time made at 1200 Dec. 28. 1918 and end

I :' the oath administered by Capt. Alvin I. Malstiom, commanding in several scenes their film debut spectators in a 0800 Jan. 5, 1949 Personnel desiring -
to beyond 500 miles from
, Although 20th Century will go
' officer, in a brief ceremony last Thursday in his shoot some of the scenes on scene award of an Admiral's The inspectionand i: NAS, Jacksonville will be required,

? office in the administration building. the West Coast it is understood of the Marine ceremony.Air detachment planes ot''i I to take the full leave period, provided
Lieutenant Reid is the first -- I accrued leave is available
that most of the photog-
local NARTU made their
grand '
WAVE officer in this area to be tinctive taken in Civilian employees leave will,b..
: 'I, : part by women raphy will center around Masters entrance during this ,
, r worn into the regular service under World War II, |I Field a Navy air base in in ceremony their governed by heads of departmentswho
making a perfect pass second -'I
I c: an Act of Congress admitting I Six other NAS WAVES: from Miami The movie will feature attempt. The Jax-Navy band are authorized to grant leaveto
into the armed forces civilians at their discretion not
women on various commands-are expected to I Naval life and Naval cooperation provided the music during the
the same basis as menThe receive their commissions into the i ceremony to interfere with necessary services -
public information officer Is Regular Navy in the near. future, Well drilled in marching routines I and work loads.
'.,' one of 288 officers to be picked it was learned today. I the band is well known Not only was the actual personnel Other I..i"_ .ranted
'';:.' by a selection board from Women I locally, having appeared in parades at the Miami Air Base usedin I Any and all holiday leave granted -
Arriving here in Oct 1946
as the movie, but Capt. Robert N.
: s Reserve Officers now on active I concerts, and other servicemen will be charged
;,. : duty, and former officers WAVES administrative officer I events in this area. The band I Hunter commanding officer of Miami's against accrued leave. Those tak-
i This recognition follows the dis- from Navy Pier, Chicago, Lt. Reid I has appeared frequently jnI I training unit, played hiniaJiin ing leave are personally responsible -
was later made public Information the movie. i
-- newsreels. for knowing that they have the
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officer Naval Air Station. She recently I The Marine Air detachmentof Comdr Vincent Sweeney, former '- accrued leave to their credit P I'ontlllll..d -
: ,:. Carrier Pilot assumed additional dutiesas i Jacksonville NARTU will Aerology officer here, was as- I (( on Page 3))
public information officer onthe sistant technical advisor ,
duringthe
I I also appear in the tame: production ,
staff of Commander Naval

; ''I. Training Unit Air---Bases, Sixth Naval Distiut .--'" filming(Continued at Miami on Page 3)) Benefit Grid Tilt



1 :;'/-; Being Formed ; Brings McGuirkTo

Twentv-tour former Navy carrier -
pilots arrived from Norfolk, { F kT JacksonvilleA
Va.. this week as part of an event-
ual 75-man new training unit being -
organized here at the Naval familiar figure returned to familiar
Air Station surroundings this week, as
The new organization will be Warren P. McGuirk, former Phy-
temporarily designated as COM- sical and Recreation officer of
AIRLANT Training Unit No.1, the Naval Air Station brought
t with Lcdr. A. W Newhall, USN, hn Mal.''..... Mass., high school
i officer in charge gridders into Jacksonville to d\>
I. The former carrier pilots who battle with Lee High's Generals
served during the last war, are either in the annual Kiwanis charity

returning to active duty from } game Friday night. in the Gator
reserve! status or have just completed Bowl.
>- two years of college under I McGuirk and his coaching staff
; the Holloway Plan. As such they I \, have been drilling the high school
t have been unable to acquire auf- gridders on the Mat area here at
ficient flight time to keep their efficiency I ; I NAS for the past two days.
11'" at top standard, and are McGuirk
\ I left the base in August
:-y; now returning to active duty for a I at : 1946 after more than a year aui
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' 'r. minimum of one year, keeping inline Physical Training officer to take
with the proposed increases in I asv up his duties as athletic coach at
Navy aviation. Commander New- Malden high in Massachusetts,
hall pointed out. where he has held sway for about
Each pilot of the new unit, established I l-> years
to prepare pilots for ...r....- The tormer NAS man bnrt t
I carrier air group service, will be down from the North a club that '
taken through a Flight Syllabus won eight frays while ty4ng one in i
and a Ground Syllabus after copping the Massachusetts state \
which he will be able to resume Championship: This marks the second ,
his. place in an active camel an Ike straight year that a Massachusetts :
group The unit is being organized team has played in |the| Kiwanis !
here for a period of t'ot r' to six\ charity fray, Medford sigh! :1 1.
months, I making the trip here last season I
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Commander Newhall. A 1910 Coach McGuirk and his New I
graduate of the Naval Academy, I AIEK14 HOLLYWOOD ST.VU-T.U Col Freeman W. \\illUm... commanding officer of the Marine Englanders, 62-strong arrived by ,
has recently been on duty with -Air detachment of Jacksonville'* Naval Air Heterve raining unit bated here, !I., showing movie actress train Tuesday, while the band, if
the Chief :of Naval Operations in Linda Darnell what happened vthen" IMv flat UN his bark at 30,000 feet, during the filming of themovta it does make the trip, and support ;
Washington, D. C. He will be assisted I "Slatt ry's (Hurricane In MlftinA. Marine. Reserve fighter ,064lf.a.huCl, \ MF alt, will appear in ers are expected to arrive 80nl&4
by Lt. F B. Smith USN. several: aerial



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Jax Air News :Marine ReservesTo I
I Message IssuedTo

Editorial Office Enter Squad "1 1I I Q o p io 00

South Wing, Loner Deck I

Telephone Bltlg.kxtenvion-8184 9SO j I In National MeetIn MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM "Road Hogs"
I
Aadrrw II. FUnrjr. Editor
I).. U.*Ml. 'het J'.*rh.ni- an effort to prove that Marine JI.Ie: W."kcla-1'780' and 2000) ; "'tot'k-enclot- Malt Writer. TIII11tS11AS' "If you are one of the many
Air Reservists
are as capable
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published! "FALSE PARADISE", starring William "Hopalong" Caasldy' drivers that make pedestrian!!
weekly at the U. S. Nacal Air Sta- with small arms as their reservist Boyd. Jump to get on the curb, or one
tion commercially, Jaeksom lIle.with Florida non-apJ'ropdatl'd and printed counterparts in the infantry an<] FIJI DAY of those that forever thinks that

funds at no expense to the government artillery, Jacksonville's Marine "JUNGLE PATROL", with K. Miller and A. Franz. the person waiting on the side
and In compliance with Sl'CNay'rrular Fighting Squadron 144 has entered SATURDAY AM Sl'NDAY street is just admiring the scenery
letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 11)43.:
Copies are distributed dee of chargeAt teams in the annual MarineCorp > "BLOOIJ ON THE SUN", featuring Robert Mltchum. -then this message is meant for
the Naval Air Station the Naval reserve rifle and pistol MONDAY you."Of
Air Reserve Training Unit the Headquarters championship competition.Captained "BUNGALOW 13", starring Tom Conway and M Hamilton.TUESDAY course, the problem might M-o
of the Naval Air AdvancedTraining
be solved here at NAS if -
every.body
AND WEDNESDAY"RED :
Command. Natal) "Auvliary by S/Sgt. John H.
Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Schulz the VMF 144 squad has! RIVER", with John Wayne and M Cllrt0 would drive on the thoroughfares -
Naval Hospital.' _____ ---- ____ and stop trying to find
been victorious in its first two] '
-------- short-cuts. All streets could' be
I
The JAX AIR NEWS It a member or matches with "B" Battery Fourth I I
the Ship Editorial Association! and 155 mm howitzer battalion, Chat N t-New made through thoroughfares, A'nd
Nuggets I the best man win at the intersection -
the Aimed Forces Press Sen Ice. Reproduction and may
tanooga, Tenn., "B" Company14th
of material from these I I You can get yourself
sources must bear a credit line Re publication infantry battalion, Galveston, "We still have those grand I II ,I a Sherman tank, but then
of ether matter except by Texas 'I
service publications Is prohibited without buys in "BABY FURNITURE'a I : again some other guy will have
permission of Editor JAX AIR The Jacksonville "Week-end -- bed, car-seat and 2 baby I one of the new Patton tanks, and
Warriors" team is coached by carriages in excellent condition ; SALTY HUMOR FROM you are no better off than before.

Capt. Frank M. Richard, USMCR, i For those of you who need a HERE ANOTHER "The situation could be helped if
NEWS.RECREATION adjutant of the Marine Air detach- !spare! chest of drawers we have every driver maintained proper Interval
ment at the Naval Air Station. two, or for those who feel the between cars, let the pedestrians .
Match shooing and team practicesare need of some "exercise," a pool The MD was confronted by a cross occasionally, and/ be a
held at 1930 each Tuesday table in good condition young man who Insisted on congratulating gentleman enough to let the car .
ASHORE night at the Duval Armory rifle | BY-THE-BY, "TUESDAY" is him. "I benefited very waiting on the side street into the

and pistol ranges. our ONLY commissioned sales much from your treatments," the line of traffic We all want' to

Mil:?* ON I.unRTI.OOK: IT Tilt Included in the VMF 144's sched- ,, day." visitor explained."But get home and one wise guy can
SALVATION ARMY ule of competition with other Ma- --- I never had you as a patient foul up the whole deal, and none
SERVICE MEN'S CLUBto rine Reserve units in the Southeastern ," the doctor argued of us get home on time.
WEST: AIMMS ST. states are teams from I Former r WAS CO "I know," the visitor assured "Even if we did have more traffic

Phone 4.2104Jacksonville Shreveport, La., Austin, Tex., Tulsa I him, "but my uncle did. I'm his cops to direct flow of traffic dur
Fla. Okla., Galveston Tex., and Becomes Admiral heir." ing the rush hours, that's not going
TIII'H..OA>', mtr.MHKK; : : 9th Chattanooga, Tenn. to help the road hogs A
J3.H: *-Transportation leaves club for I
flehlnp!: trip. 1930--Game night In club. An engraved plaque will be A former commanding officer of "Last year I bought a horse little courtesy to the pedestrian
Also at 1MO Handicraft. clang begins. awarded U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Jacksonville Naval Air Station, that was supposed to be a hunter." and other drivers on the road
FRIDAY, mCKMIlKR; : 10th headquarters to the rifle I is among the 24 naval officers "How was he ?" won't hurt. Discourtesy breeds hatred
1430-Trip to the Zoo tianportatlon and pistol team having the high- whose promotion to the rank of "Rotten. All the time I had even among friends, and

furnished"G.: I. Havburneii 1830 "Horseback Food and Riding music est average score for the entire Capt. Herbert Spencer Duckworth, him, he never caught a thing." those people on the road are aJ>
around the campflre.i I schedule of competition. Individuals rear admiral has.been approved by your friends.

fcATlRUAY. DKCrMHKR: : 11th holding highest average President Truman. The.hotel clerk was astonishedto "Suppose we 'Road Hogs' try
, Open House-Meet your: friend scores will receive medals. The promotions must now be approved see a guest parading throughthe giving a little consideration to the
bring your Boll, Softball friends game 1430SouthernShrimp and Horsehoes. I by the Senate when Congress lobby in a pair of pajamas. other fellow. Maintain proper distance "
Transportation leaves club at convenes! in January. "Here, what are you doing ?" between cars, stop once In
343V. 19.30---Club party. Navy Advisory Group The guest snapped out of it a while and let cars from sid
i+Kl'NDAY DKCKMBKR 1Mh and lanes enter the line of traffic and ,
CHAPLAINS'CORNER Now apologized:
SPEND THE DAY WITH L'S' on duty at the U. S. Air .
JGOO) -Pancake*, an you can eat. Force University at Maxwell Field. "Beg pardon. I'm a aomnambu- give proper hand signals at aU
1400-Home Town Time. Ala. Capt Duckworth commandedthe I Fiat times."
1700 180O--Spaghetti Vesper Hour. Naval Air Station from July I "Well," asserted the clerk, "you I ,
3930-Date Time.Supper. 1947 until June of this year can't walk around here like that,
matter what religion is."
Qali Show-Prises ------ ------ no your
MONDAY DKChMBKK ISth1H30 FRONT PAGE I'E11'8By
--Bowllnf party. 2UOO Window HospitalChatter
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Shopping Trip. Its fun, everyone goes, Chaplain Stanley A. Melting .tUtil/ wipA ( > Guest: "And the flies are certainly -
In the club-Handicraft classes in last the thick around here"
A week
lettther, :plastic, wood and fabric paint. ago Friday
Hotel Manager: "Thick ? What
Inr. front page of the New York Sun I
/ .eM KtaU. Chapels. Rlrmlagbaio 1 can expect for two dollars a
you
TThfeDAV.;' UhCKMHI.B; Nth carried the following headlines: I.
.... sad Miitla Areas:. "
? Educated ?
May we wrap your Christmas par.HI. day ones
.. or help you do your shopping"JV3O LamOnt Holdup Suspect Held InPal's 0930 Pr.teataat School. CHATTER Now that December
-Skating party "Slngln Wheels Death; Crime on Waterfront; 1045-General Sunday Service is here Christmas plans lie i.
Worship Chap-
Club." This *eek -Skateland. In the Waiter: "Yes, air, we're very up I
Carnival
Five Grab $20,000 in
lain C
A Boyer
order A,
free wrapping service -
making corn popping and new recordings Stickup; Three Held in Killing; 0700 Mass I has been set up here with all
Cousins Accused of Hudson Mur- by electricity.
I interested in retting
0930MassChaplain patients
? I wonder would
\ Diner: "So ,
U'UNt"DAIoI'IIHt8; 15th
der Police Two Bronx
; Investigate S. A. Melrlng will officiate
I Christmas requested
wrapped
Weekly party- All hands on deck, at both you mind giving this steak another pacqages
masses.
Fires Mother Burned Her
pretty girl In sight." Door PMze ; Says S. shock' to bring them over to the
Dinner for you and the Girl irlend.iilal Son's Hands; Fatal Jail Break; An outdoor Nursery ror small children Red Cross recreation hall. This)
? inuvlc-let'a all alng. Fourteen More Hanged for Nazi U maintained between 0900 and service will be rendered starting
SPECIAL Crimes. 1200. "What's that seaman doing over
If you can't go home for Christ. December 13 and will extend until
jmas spend It with us.Decoiatlng These nine headlines, one of NAVAL HOSPITAL CHAPEL there ? Christmas Hours of wrapping
Party-December 20th. them stretching across three col- Ward A-l) "I believe he's reconnoitering. are 1000 until 1530: daily Paper
Christmas' Part'-December 22nd. Proteotaat1000Divine "Well, tell him to do it fartherIn
Christmas Eve Candle Light Carol umns, others with two column Worship Chaplain F. the woods." and cards will be left out for
Sing-Church groups leave Club at headlines, greeted New Yorkers D. Hewitt, Jr. those who wish! to wrap their own
233O last week from the front page of packages
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J Christmas-Old, special fashioned supper at, 1700.homey Meet atmosphere their newspaper-just two days BANK "I'd ask you for this dance," Plenty of Chrl'ltma.fI'I will
your buddies! at t the Snack Bar. I before the beginning of the seasonof said the sailor "but all the cars be available beginning Uf'('. 9.
c--u "
Advent, the time of preparationfor Hours are occupied. Cards contributed by the National
the coming of Christ. Association of Greeting Card Iu-
: What a gruesome way to look 1100-1500' )-Monday through :Memo to married men: Keep Ushers! and the Norcross Company,
LITES AND MIKES forward Christmas the Birth- hill be distribute to all t
to Thursday! your wife happy by filling your patient"* ,J
day of our Saviour, The Prince of 1100-1700-'rhlay 'i house with mirrors. If she is while t""tra.11I be on hand in the
Peace I' beautiful she'll look herself recreation hall.
Twinkles at the Stars!' : I t 11000.121)0-Sahrrday I at and
Ex-sailor Jack Benny set with I think how lucky you are to have It's farewell to Lena Beck, Red
sponsor for another year as comic -- -- such a beautiful wife. If she isn't Cross Social worker who has end

king, but on another network. Memorable Navy Dates i beautiful she'll look at herself and I ed her tour of duty here at NAS
Benny started bringing bulkheads think how lucky you are to have She is bf'ingtransferrt'd to the
down in the Navy with sketch! such a beautiful wife. Naval Hospital in Pensacola.OCCITI'ATIONAL .

"Is tY There, the Admiral's Dis- Recalled During DecemberHistory TIIEKAPV.
orderly." Later, his initial radio The inductee who never stopped A golden opportunity is prtoM'lth-c1
pUnt began: "This is Jack Benny characterizes the month wiggling was being given the once for those, taking advantage of San
talking who cares ?" Listeners of December as one of the most i PBY on morning patrol aided the over by the Psychiatrist. Suddenly ta's workshop Order have
have been caring ever since. eventful of all times, as far as attack by dropping bombs. he shouted, "Grasshoppers, been receive for many rug and
IMana Lynn showered with 1000 the United States Navy is concerned : The infamous attack on the grasshoppers all over me." no matter what color combination 1

letters each week for pin up pix. with two worldshakingevents Navy's stronghold in the Pacific The doctor jumped up quicklyand In requested, it can be filled ,
Latest shocker! was request for falling during the month was just a few minutes off, as at pushed his chair back, order- It. Kieling", AMC has just completed .
X-Ray pose from group of medical within four years.It I 0755, the first Japanese plane appeared Ing, "Well, for heaven's sake, don't I a nifty 52-t: +)ne blue chetillla
student fans. was seven years ago on Dec. I over Pearl Harbor, plung- push them off on me." rug and U now busy on two !smaller .
Errol Flynn and Alexis Smith 7, 1941 that the Japanese pulledthe ing America Into World War II. matching rugs. .

getting together-on the screen. sneak attack on Pearl Harbor Sunday, Dec. 12, commemoratesthe "Who were your father and K. O. Katchum began workingon
.
The duo loosed osculatory bombshells and eleven years ago on Dec. 12, eleventh anniversary of the mother before they were mar- his Christmas list long ago.
4 times in Dive Bomber, 6 1937 when the United States 191- sinking of the Gunboat Panay in ried?" Just cast your eyes on the ma-
times in Gentleman Jim, 7 times in foot river gunboat USS Panay was I which two Americans were killed "I dilln't have a father and hogany smoking stand, or the
San Antonio and will kiss 8 time bombed and strafed by the Nip- and 11 severely wounded mother before they were mar- fancy nut bowl and cracker ,
in the forthcoming Montana. ponese on the Yangtze river, 28 Plotted Bombing ried!" He's now putting the finishing
William Bendix lives his Life miles north of Nanking, China. History records that the gunboat touches on his wife's sewing box. '
(of Reillyl I on celluloid next, aided I The USS Condor, USS Antares was evacuating foreign refugees A, woman riding in a trolley car Surveyed bowling pins are M I .
by cohort Digger O'Dell the and USS Ward, were the first from the war areas around Nan- was anxious not to pass her destination popular an the bowling alleys, M
friendly undertaker. ships to be involved in the Dec. king later joining the British ship, She poked the motorman far a* Occupational Therapy hop t
Shirley Temple' career now a 7, 1941 bombing, with the Ward Ladybird, and several other Amer- with her umbrella U concerned These surveyed pin.,
flicker) biog, starring 10-year-old firing the first shots against the ican merchant ships upriver. Three "Is that the First National] awn! a* displayed by II'lerv. t
Skari Robinson. Shari really duplicates Japanese, at a submarine, sighted Japanese planes suddenly appeared Bank 1""No and A. Poster are being rapidly 1
the child star, even to earlier by the Condor. and dropped bombs, followed ma'am," replied the motorman reconverted Into attractive lamp .
warbling "Good Ship Lollipop," Ward )Fire First I shortly thereafter by six planes! "that's my stomach" There is still time to make your f
but her movie name won't be Shir At 03.V5 Dec. 7, 1941, the USS which bombed and strafed the Pa- Christmas cards You can make '
Condor sighted what looked likea nay and the other ships for 20 The modern girl would rather them with your pictures or scenes r
ley.Tim Holt tried to sing to a baby wake of a submarine periscope minutes from an altitude estimated have beauty than brains because of the hospital or other designs I
while filming Indian Agent, but I I about two miles southwest of Pearl at 600 feet. the average man can see better I 1 '
the infant cried loud and long. Harbor. The Condor contacted An apology wa. offered by the than he can think. A, reporter had been sent t* e
Finally' the mother snatched it I USS Ward, but the streak had Japanese for the Panay incident cover a great mine disaster He
back, citing the crooning as "cruelty disappeared, and that same morn- and they promised to make no Medical Officer: "How's that was so impressed by all he saw
to children." I Ing at 0655, the helmsman of the further attacks on American ships marine who swallowed, the half that he tried to indicate the emotion
Bob Hawk gives out bundles of I USS Antares detected a moving The bombing of the Panay on : dollar?" and heroism around Mm in .
jrxola each week via airways object following the ship as it was the Yangtze on Dec. 1937 was not Nurse: "No change yet." that panorama of death
jshow. He once worked for a loan I heading into Pearl Harbor. USS the first attack by the Japanese In a wire to his editor, he began:
company, collecting money from Ward, still alerted took up the | against U. 8. Naval units. Earlier Pfc: "What's the difference between "God sits tonight on a little hill)
delinquent<<: << debtors chase and fired the first shots of t that year, the flagship of Admiral a bachelor and a married overlooking a scene of stark I I the Pacific war at 0645 when her H. K. Yarnell. USS Augusta, was man ?" aster" ,
"You're the first girl I ever kissed four inch guns olentup on the I struck by a Japanese shell while I Cpl: "When bachelor walk His editor wired back: t
," said the sailor, as :h. shifted submarine Ward followed with a standing off Shanghai, killing one I the floor with a baby, he's iJanc- "Never mind disaster-Inten'Jew I
the gear lever with his ftt't. salvo of depth charges and a Navy j>er on and woundwg 38 more ing. God- get pictures if possible.:'






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pup aY : More Openings. j 4




wSALLIES In Civil\ ServiceCompetitive



examinations for

positions of Quarterman and Lead-

I ingman Aircraft Instrument Mechanic
Sometime before the end of the have been announced by

month, a trophy case will be set ..s4 the Regional Director of the Fifth

up'in the lounge to exhibit var- U. S. Civil Service region.
ious awards received by the department -
Salary for the Qnorterman
.. position
,
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in competitive sports vx 4 ;.ex; .5. : :14
ranges from $4172 to $4784
events.
per annum while Leadmgmen
The Deportment boast of two rates are from $39 2 to $'264 per

trophies, one for softball and the annum.

other garnered by last year's bowlIng : ie 4'v- % The competitive area for these

team This year, it's a
examinations include the Naval
nwk-and-neck battle for the
top Air Station Jacksonville and the
with Overhaul and .
pot Repair
Naval Air Station Pensacola. According
ITp until thin week, two supply
to the Industrial Relations
and from Overhaul and
team one :' division here, only applicants! of
Itr|alr were tied for first place these two activities with either a
with Identical records of 16 game HH: : :
: : probational or a permanent classified I.-
won and 11 lout. Jly this time thf'plt.turt' :
civil service
status may compete
> may have changed, HO we're : in these examinations.
dusting!! off the old trophy cae. :
Copies of the announcements,
A "floor dusters party" at one of necessarjapplication forms, and
the local rinks is on the docket additional information concerningthese

S for the near future. Cost will be exams may be obtained from

the regular entrance fee, with the Board of U. S. Civil Service

nothing special planned, just a Examiners building 450, this fta-
good old fashioned skating party :1 tion.

where you skate! with, friends you .

know Observation: Supply has

more stations disc-jockeys combined. than six local i i Hospital Fund Sets


An officer gallery, with picture I -- I Pledge Collections

name and duty of all supply i, IXYING FOR CAMERAMEN: : group of F4l>! piloted by the Marine Air detachment of Jack-

officers will b dUplajed boon, sonville' Naval Air Training unit fly past cameramen for aerial scenes for the forthcoming 20th Information concerning ray-

near the elevator on the first deck Century film, "Slattery's Hurricane." The studio crew and cant' li now on location at Masters Field, merits of pledges made by station

Here' a good way to acquaint Miami, Fla.Bulletin employees to the Baptist Hospital
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with the --- --- ---- n drive
yourself military personnel Building fund here at the

In the department.The i Naval Air Station has been te-
r ; Cub Scouts Hold I
military personnel have been Commercial llelil vealed by the Employees section

getting the best of the civilians in of the Industrial Relations division

their golf matches, heading for will be accepted only until space in filled. Call ext. 8230. Induction FridayNaval responsible for the drive

victories in both first and second --- here.
FOK PALE Two-room apartment, furnished convenient Air Station Cub Scouts
The director for the
flights. Lt. ( jg) O'Keefe alreadyhas campaign
1947 Ford Super DeLuxe four-door to NAS. Brearcal 2515: Her- Pack 131, will hold their first
.
all but won the second flight sedan with radio and all .lIt.... achel St.Apartment. meeting Friday at 1900 at the station drive here has informed localsources
. while Commander Porter has Jack Priced at $1.745. Can be financed at with living room dining that statements will toe
Sharpe two down with three to go. J79S down and 18 notes at $70 each. loom bedroom, kitchen and bath. scout troop headquarters, I mailed by his office this month
Doty. ext. 593. Reaves, 25409Twobedroom building, 601.Paren" .
Of course this is the year of upsets 1IUltu Commander business furnished apartment. i I to all persons who made pledges.I .

so sit tight. coupe with all a<.'('ealorl.! *. Ai,000 ac- Newsom. 2-6002. with sons between the I Ayyone desiring to make payments -
tual mllei. Hambcch, ext. 701. Bedroom tn a private home on Edge. ages of 9 and 12 interested in on pledges before receivinga
Keep stfcreaftt of the "Hobby Roth trumpet with cone, two month wood Ave Also efficiency apartment scouting are requested to attend statement from the local office
Ix bby" displayed weekly in the old Weaver, ext. 8372. with electric kitchen. Phone :24909. children
lounge. Interesting activities are 1918 Pontiac two door sedan, ":'10. New completely equipped efficiency. the meeting along with may do so by mailing a check or
Weaver ext. 8273. or one or two bedroom apartments. eligible for entrance into the troop. money order to the Baptist Hospital
r being exhibited from time to time. 1947 Ford club oup in excellent Unfurnished from $50. Furnished Induction ceremonies and Den of Jacksonville Building Fund
Joining the matrimonial ranks shape $1600. See at Justlti Grocery from $60. Phone :5-1050. projects will be the theme of the ,
P. O. Box :504.>
at enhance to Dewey' Park
recently !. Jacob Pamram of Inventory WANTKD
Cub Scouts' first
meeting Friday.
1937 Ford V-8 with new battery, sent
section. Ride from Blackburn and Blandlng/: The drive here at the Naval Air
rovers and other new parts Only Blvd to NAS. I hours 0700 &
Working ,
Station which netted $3,630.23 ispledges
$175. L. Boyelte. ext. 759. in
to 1545. J72.
ext.
Air ReservationsTickets and cash will for two
Twin carriage Whitney collapsible. pay
Ride from 5515: 103rd St.. to NAS.
INSIDEPUBLIC Grltz 1437-B Child St., NAS. Working hours 0745 to ItfO. McDon- utility rooms on the fifth floor of
size 16 sliver and reservations on all
Black Skunk fur coat ; .
ext. 515.CHRISTIAN
nell the proposed hospital, it was
fox fur Jacket size 16; both In A-l & air lines can be procured at the
condition. Tiny, ext. 759, during Greyhound ticket office next the stated by campaign director C. C.
WORKSFrom work hours.Autolop SCIENTIST McCubbin.In .
luggage carrier with canvas' Naval Air Station bank betweenthe

the Administration building co\('1'. Spelcher. 1143-A Allegheny, HERE hours 09001700. appreciation for cooperation
NAS. received from employees herer
comes word that Chief Clerk Twenty-guag-e shotgun Stevens, brand The Christian Science worker W. E. Long, representative for plaques will be placed at the entrance -
Pete Capps, has gone on leave to new with two boxes of shells, $20. Mr. Charles B. Capers, is available all air lines for travel to any- with
of the two rooms the
:Miami. If he comes back with a Cuslmano, 20405.Ladlel' at the Chaplain's office every where in the U. S. will take care
nylon quilted robe full length following inscription:
red nose, we'll know where he has never been worn size 10. Will take Tuesday from 1030 to 1630. He of the reservations. Informationcan
been, but whether or not it will $10 Also suits and dresses. ;36O4-B can also be reached by calling\ be secured by calling extension "This room given through the

be the result of the sun--your Irwin St., Dewey Park.. Jacksonville 2-5934 or 5-3877. 8115. generosity of the civilian t.mplo'ees .
Bed spilngs and mattress, $20. Baby --I of the U. S. Naval Air
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guess is as good as anybody's.At crib and mattress, $10. Baby carriage Station, Jacksonville, Fla."
Design and Engineering, VIr- 15.: 4001-D Row Housing' .
ginia Walpole informs us that hub Dewey Park.
< --fi&
1 M8 Indian Chief motorcycle and a
by Joe, likes his new Job, also 1947 Harley-Davldson motorcycle, WeekendContinued
the climate Mr. Snow is back both In good condition. Cheap. Phone
at his desk after a few weeks in 8-2375.: I_ =
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New alligator suitcase, $20. Watson ( /
:Miami. anounoO&RACCESSORIES IT
I 8-0371. "Slattery's Hurricane", which
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News From the Fire Box-It's Six-piece dinette set, coffee table large;
stars Linda Darnell, Richard Wid-
chenille bedspread and small bicycle
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been quite some time since the sta- I 3541-A Craven St., Dewey Park. mark and Veronica Lake, 18 the
tion Fire Department has contributed Eureka. vacuum cleaner, leatherette DIVISIONShop secretary now and it is none other story of a naval aviator attachedto
bar, two-room heater and Cirri bl- than "Nature Boy" Claborne .
anything to this column, 742-Hav you seen the
the Miami All Weather
cycle, Will also give away three kit- The is complete when the Saf- I squadron
day
due chiefly to the fact that those tens. Phone 8-1994. pretty Christmas card Bill Sted- better known as the Navy's
who have the misfortune to read 1947 Chevrolet two-door sedan with man has sent us? There ia some ety officer's secretary takes a spill Hurricane Hunters.

the type of stories emanating from radio and heater. Reasonable. Parker Japanese writing on it, but due to right under his nose. Couldn't be

the three' stations, have to take ext. 703. my lack of education, I'm afraid Ican't the floors, Rosy ? Widmark, playing the part of
Koon'sGarage
Model "T" Ford reasonable at Demon" Sweat is at it Slattery, notes the sign of an approaching -
time out "for the pause that re- I In Yukon Hargrave, 2-3975.: translate it. "Speed
freshes." Three-way switch floor lamp Console Jensen's hubby is due back on again. Better watch those fenders. hurricane while cut on
six foot Kel-. Dot DickHon. duty and his work in tracking it
the 15th and will stay over the -By
Now that some of the boys have vinator.
down him the Ciote
been hunting, plenty of stories are ing. Dewey Park. New Year She would put in for PROCESS AND PRODUCTION the gets movie that is!Navy

available E. L. Yarboroughof Waterfront home on four and one- leave, but well, we know why, CONTROLMr. in ,

Station No. 1 went squirrel half bedrooms acre plot two In baths Orange and Park three don't we ? Hutto wants time Stowe of Production Con- I. The trip to Miami was also one

:hunting over the past weekendand Call Orange Park 3142. garage and a half for all the extra work trol is looking out for his own of opportunity for Lt. (jgt i Frank

, won't admit how many he Motorola car radio and a large hot he's doing. Seems he spends all Christmas present. He was seen in Coghlan, public information officer -
.. water heater. Both in A-1 condition. night dreaming of his job. That, of NARTU, who went alongas
't however admit local store
>f>t. He does, seep : Will sell for1.5.. Klnn, 8-2033. a department playing
turkey tracks that he could I 1938 Ford business coupe. In excel- dear boy, is a nightmare, no less. with the trains. He says it's for his contact man. A former Hollywood

.dually walk between ( It's a good I lent condition. 23 miles to gallon of What makes Chief Parks wear child but who does he think he's actor, Coghlan ,came across
thing for Ed that squirrels!! were I gas. Real bargain Ext. 8184 or Jax such a thoughtful look these days. kidding ? many of his acquaintances! ;and

not hunting that day) L. Three 2-3420.used Super Cushion tires size What's the matter son, life gettingyou The "Glamour Boy" of Overhauland friends he had known for y'tttrs

Hudson got hU quota of squirrel, I 760x15.: Crider 1335-A Randolph St, backed in the little old corner ? Repair might be Warren, but while in Hollywoo'.

also bagged a deer while he was NAS. No talk of fishing and hunting the "Glamour Voice" is Irish J. J.

cut B. E. Downing joined thedeer Electric bathlnette.record$5.player Paris $15 ext.: ; 8313.and baby going on around here. What gives ? McAndrew Virgil Mansfield is Yule

hunters, but he hasn't said Six-room b'droom house Has garage Guess our Isaac Walton and Daniel back with us once more althoughshe
whether or not he bagged any. easy payments. Phone 89142. Boones have sworn off. has her leg in a cast. How (Continued from Page 1)

Come to think of it he didn't men- Baby bed.suite mattress, chest, of two-piece drawers""In end,. Sue Edward WM recently sur about an autograph ? .. "Snake" sonnet who take leave and do not

tion'whether it was d-e-e-r! i iI I tables room kitchen table and other house prised. She was the winner of an Livingston of 304. is the proud fish- have sufficient accrued leave, >will

I I hold furnishings. Thorpe ext. 8.MS.: eight pound home made fruit cake. erman with a record of 7 V,* pounds I have therr pay checked in accordance
I Boy'l tuxedo. size 30 waist 32. In excellent Guess who I'm going to visit just of drum The Structure division with existing regulation
condition. Price $12.50. R. P. I
CAPT. MALSTROMSPEAKS I Redman, phone 28140. before Christmas wishes to express sincere sym- All other personnel, officer and
AT RALLY FOR HUNT: Prop. Shop-When you visit the pathy to W. A. Poley whose ,- enlisted may be granted leave dur-

Well furnished sleeping room with double I Prop shop don't be surprised If )'.ar-old son passed away last ing this special period at the tlt,.-
bed. three windows" large closet I find a burning cigarette in .
MaUtrom j you week --Ry Jimmie Almond. creation of their department heads
Capt. Alvin I. commanding and continuous hot water. Shepherd
Wet Paint
pocket or a signon
officer of the Jacksonville' 2326 Park St your ROVING REPORTER up to 50 per cent of each depart
Naval Air Station and Charles E I Cottage completely furnished $40 per your back. It seems as if Shor- Wonder why certain men wore ment at one time. Regular leaveup

Lcfgren, national secretary of the I month. Also Call trailer Orange space Park at 3232.$13 per ty time wore one at Overhaul around and quite some such strong cologne the other to 10 per cent of departmental
over Repair.
Fleet Reserve Association, spoke I Horn.thju been remodeled, on thewal.rlr"nt Better watch her Jimmy! day ? I didn't trip, Jimmie, the personnel, re-enlistment leave arid
at the membership rally meeting at mouth of Jullngton sweet smell just staggered me. emergency leave may be granted
looks
of the local FRA chapter in the I Creek. Rogero 7-6943. Andy the inspector, A certain worker came out all as usual during this period.It .
Furnished six-reom house with attached mighty lonesome these days. Couldit
Seminole Hotel last Friday even-I garage' $125: per month. Ph. be that he misses Mike ?-fly dressed up the other day like a is'pointed out that leave will
"g. I 8-!1M1.'l'nrurnl1llhf'd. "white collar" worker-could it not be granted personnel if the
Elizabeth Mach.PERSONNEL.
More than 25O members and '' prhate garage apartmentwith have been his birthday We granting of such leave will in anyway
and bath $75I I
four nice rooms ANDADMINISTRATION
prospective members attended the '(T month Phone 2.1<014. notice James Almond had car interfere with security, necessary
rally. 1'nfornlKhed' apartment with four large trouble, and on Friday too We services, or work which roust
I items und bath Convenient to shopping We pun hate to see Mr. Cribbs welcome Mr. Jennie Bunn backin I be performed.

NOT JVK\V SHOP HOURS 2267.: center KV far month I'luone t- go: to Accessories l!, but I'm sure the fold. Nice to have her back Personnel; proceeding on wave

Not New Thrift Shop I Luifrr und amen furnished eraitmenlsOnflu all of us want to wish him luckin A total of three Jimmies in should be thoroughly familiar with

1000 to 1400 Tuesday, "'* ) I 7-WA1. his new position. It's teen nice the Time Section now with the ad- previsions announced in station!

and ThtirMlaya at HoM 11.-1 Two litilrooniH.haih, In OIUKH.1I"ln.uoe.m.Neat NAS., kttrhe'nand Lane. woiking for him. dition of James Logwood. llyWjnoua memorandum No. 78-48 which was

building 013, ;lJXb2.! Understand that Spur )( has a Iurlcl'k. issued! this wf'fk.F .





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Jax-Navy Grid Eleven I'Fliers Open Cage Season r I





Cops Bermuda Tussle Against Green Cove Five t;

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Slots j Still Open Coach Boerner Charges ,

Jax-Navy's football eleven rang down the curtain on

another highly successful campaign last Saturday with a On NAS Quintet Face 25-Game ScheduleThe

26-6 triumph over the Kindley Field Skyliners in Bermuda ': Coach George Boerner who i i 1948 edition of the Jax-Navy basketball quintet .will
for their seventh victory of the season will plio/ the Fliers during the ,
be unveiled next Wednesday night at the NATTC auditorium
i
The Fliers had things their own coming cage campaign, has an-i iI i
way at Bermuda against the Sky- I,I the 1948 campaign with a record I nounced that berths are still i I. when the Fliers take on the powerful Green Cove Springs.

Jiners. After piling up an early ;, of seven wins one tie and one de- available on the 1948-49 squad. Bullets in the- cmicnn'c ooener.

lead Coach Don Jacka's charges feat. The Fliers captured the Naval I Men with basketball ability j ji The local hoopsters, all deckedout
coasted most of the way holding i Air Training Athletic Confer i I still have a fine chance to make in their spanking new uniforms up a 62-57 margin in the return
the foe scoreless until the final 1 30 ence championship by tying the the NAS squad. Interested personnel i hope to get off on the right tussle.
seconds of the fray. ': Pensacola Goslings 7-7 In the final I get in touch with Coach foot against their traditional arch- Following the fray with the
Kindley Field's Archie Paris, loop game of the season. It marked Boerner at extension 593. rivals from Green Cove. Bullets, Coach Boerner's squad
who spearheaded the Islanders' attack the first time Jax-Navy had I Practice sessions are being ; I At the helm of the Fliers this will rest over the holidays, returning
snagged a pass from Andy won the title. The Fliers also tri- held daily Monday through Fri : year will be Lt. George Boerner, to action Jan. 11 for a tiff
){'looks in the dying moments to : umphed over the once powerfulFort ; day at the NATTC auditorium I USMCR, recently appointed to the with the Orlando Air Forces five
tally the lone Skylmer touchdown. Benning Doughboys 13.0 to from 1500 to 1700.Sports J position by Captain A. I. Mal- on the latter's floor. The Fliers
Score Early: | win the Southeastern Army-Navy strom, commanding officer. A native then return home to engage in
Opening the tilt with a fast title of Minnesota and a graduateof two Naval Air Training Athletic

moving offense the Fliers started I After dropping the season's' the University of Minnesota conference games against Perwa
early in the initial canto with two I opener to the strong Fort Bragg Quiz Boerner gained recognition on the cola Jan. 14 and 15.

touchdowns. Tizzy Tisdale. a All-Amencans' 12.7 the Fliers gridiron and diamond as well as on As in previous years, the Naval
standout at end for Jax-Navy went on to defeat Eglin Field, 34- I L_ the hardwood. At one time he Air Station WAVES sextette will
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throughout the season, tucked inl' 0, Corpus Christi, 18-0, Parris Island II ----- --- -- played for the St. Louis Cardinals. perform in the preliminaries to
a 35-yard pass from halfback Andy Marines 7-0, Memphis NAT 1. The "Toy Bulldog" held both Kent After Opener all Flier games.In .
Anderson for the Fliers' first TC, 2J-7( Cherry Point Marines, I the welterweight and mIddle- I Next Wednesday's curtain raiser next Wednesday's preliminary
scoie.!' Later in the first frame 26-6, and Fort Benning, 13-0. weight boxing crowns during his should draw capacity crowdto fracas the WAVES take on &
halfback Pat O'Rourke skirted end I fighting days.. He is now an artist. I the local court. In their two Jacksonville City Girls league club

for 35 yards for the second tally.A i i What is his name ? meetings with Green Cove last starting at 1900. The Fliers-Green
brilliant 62-yard sprint by 2. She won the U. S. Women's year, the Fliers triumphed 65-52 Cove game will follow immediately.
Jerry Walterskirchen gave the Station Boxers Amateur Golf Championship l last in the season opener and chalked .
summer. Is she Patty Berg, Dot
Filets their third marker at the ---------- -- -- ---
outset of the second Kirby or Grace Lenczyk ?
period.
O'Rourke broke loose again in the Prepping Daily 3. "Texas Leaguer," "Hat Trick," I Ij Five Flights DeterminedFor

final quarter to account for the j "Chip Shot" which of these terms', 1-

local's) final TO, and his second of For is used in hockey ? j j
the day. Tizzy Tisdale convertedfor CampaignAlthough 4. Was it Ben Chapman, George | Station Golf Tourney
Selkirk or Mynl Hoag who replaced -
two of the four extra points'!
The All-Station Golf -- -- ---
Championship -
Babe Ruth in the outfield
attempted during the game. a total of 19 men answered Tournament got underway on is low medalist. Other scores in
?
for the Yankees
Trailing 26-0. the Skyliners tame the call for candidates for 5. How Rose Bowl the local links last Saturday with the Championship Flight range
to life in the waning moments the Jax-Navy boxing team, there many games 80 golfers viemg for honors. Par from 80 through 85 The Second
were lost by the Trojans while
with a pointer failing to convert is still room for quite a few more Jones ticipants have been split up intoa Flight is composed of golfers with
Howard the
was
coaching
the extra point. I'i' interested pugilists, station boxing Championship Flight, Second scores from 86 to 92, the Third
Southern California elevens ?
Win Loop Crown I team mentor Chief "Chips" Chip- Flight, Third Flight, Fourth Flight with scores from 93 to 96.
Coach Don .Jacka eleven closed paroni has announced ANSWERS Flight and Fifth Flight. the Fourth golfers that tallied
-- -- Naval Air Station team aspirants 3. Mickey Walker. He won the I from 97 to 100 while the Fifth
The losers in the first round of
are going through their daily welterweight" title from Jack Brit-I Flight consists of those who end
the Championship flight will fall
Bowling MeetIn afternoon grind at the old NATTC ton in 1922 and lost it to Pete ed up with 100 or over in the
I back to make up the First Flight,
gym with six of the candidates Latzo on May 30 1926. Mickey qualifying flights.
and the will from
tourney proceed
boasting of previous ring experience then defeated Tiger Flowers in'i'i Pairings in the championshipflight
Full there to the second, third, fourth
Swing including two holdovers from December, 1926 to take the middleweight | and fifth flights in match play are announced
last crown which he held until
year. i as follows:
I Lt. Tony Grego, who tallied a
For Base MenThe Lightweight Joe Martin and 1931 when he resigned as champ j neat 79 in the qualifying rounds, A. Grego vs Doc Henderson; 1' ,
middleweight Cliff Patterson have because of inability to meet the' J, Brush vs J. J. Piva; W. O.

returned from last year, while weight. I Barnes vs W. H. Powell; C. B. Con
Officers bowling alleys resounded used When a player scores three
2.
Grace
bantamweight Richard Beck who I Lenczyk. | nally vs E. Scott; A. M. Boaworth
with a crescendo of splintering 3. The "Hat Trick" is term goals in one game.
a A, C. J. MacDonald
fought here in 1946 has also joined I vs Berg; vs
: pins and tumbling lanes as _u__ __ 4, George Selkirk.
I the squad. Newcomer Raymond R. V. .Allen; A. E. Furry vs J. W,
competition m both enlisted men' in January against Green Cove 5. None. The Trojans won five
Hall Lloyd and J, R. Whitman vs F.
and Officers' tournaments rolled middleweight has shown Springs The local squad will also for Jones'! defeating Pittsburgh in
G, LeWIs
into high gear last Wednesday.With plenty of promIse. participate in the Golden Gloves 1930. Tulane in 1932, Pitt again
the enlisted alleys closed The season s opener has been tourney which gets under way in in 1933, Duke in 1939 and Tennev I Second Flight pairings-B. H.
for repairs, the Officers' lanes are tentatively. set for the second week Jacksonville in February see in 1940. Jones vs R. M. Thelen; F, Ballan
In for double duty status as the ger vs H. H Bush; G. H Kullakson -
whitehats and Officers spill th. vs C. A. Briggs; W. F. Brock.
pins with their eyes glued on the haus vs H. E. Bryant; E. W. Dailyvs
C'. W. Miller; R. K. Allen v*
trophies to be presented at th.
end of the tournaments.As A. E. Bower; A. Y. Kettles vs G. "
the Goldbraid teams pr- i M Bell, and T B Ellison vs C. N.

to their .... i I M'-("ord.
pared go into second w k ,
q6 cp
of competition, the O&R outfit was : I I Third Flight pairings -- G. A.
pacing the list. The O&R kngUrsoopped e- Busbee vs W. J. Bellfy; E. B. Glass

the lead with a total of vs J F. Rentz; W. T. Tlppett VII
Jour points, closely followed by r ,% cRt' : S. H. Horton; J. G. Sampson VII I
three other teams which hav., R. Luikie; J. L. Holland vs V. S.
d
piled up three points each. Soranno; J. J. Goodens! vs R. C.
Standings in the enlisted mn a Covington; W. Johnson vs J. C' >

league were not available at press" 1 1a Mauldin. and C. M. Dumbauld v.

time, but the twelve teams par- R BlytheFourth .

ticipating are: Marines, Dispensary L Flight pairing*-Dram*
FA-84, Hospital Operations I wrIght va R. W. Breault; O. B. ..
FASRON 6, O&R. VF-81. Supplv / vthjt I Porter vi C. L Denton; A. L. Norton -
NARTU, VF-82 and VF83. d5 i vs W. R. Mattix; Holmes VII

When league bowling is in piogreaa % C. H. Turner; C. E, Robertson VII
the Officers' alleys will be q W H. Lewis; C. A. Knight vs R.
secured except for participantsLike w W Daleen; 1... J, Nelson vs J. F.

other sports now in league Bush, and M. A. Boczyk va O. J.Miller .
Competition, bowling will be at a

standstill over the holidays as far' Fifth Flight pairings' W. 1.,

aa tournaments are concerned, but Thorpe VII R. O. Minter; L. Bran ...
reservations for practice sessions neman vs H. L. Madden; E, R. .
can be made by contacting John Paul vs R. M. Humea; B. O. Wool- ..
Marks or E. A. Duvalle bowling brIght vs E. F. Gold; A. L. Run*
alley attendants through the Hob mons va C. L. Anderson; R. J.
by Shop, ext. 771.O"'FlCtK:04'. I Freeman vs G B. Lucas; Muller

: : 1.KAGUK I t 's <" A Schroeder, and A. L. Ferguson
STANIHNCiS: I vs D. D. Greene'
Team Won Lost 3GETTING Last year's All-Station championship -

O&R 4 I 0 was captured by Chief
Operation ,,3 1 Jo !McDonald when he pinned *

VK83VF81 3 I Hit' up defeat on Lt. (ijg) Ed-
(a) 3 1 wardus Uapacz in the final match .

FASRON 4 2 2 ''U I I Hit tourney. Chief MacDonald
NARTU 2 2 aHo held the title of All-Service
VF-81 (b) 2 2 I r Champion' for 1947.
VA-85 Z 2 i .

VF-8'4: 1 JVP8t Babe Ruth was the only man
i 3 J.OWDO\VN-Coat"h George Hoerner give a few pointer to a group of NAS Filer I who hit three home rune in one
Nurse, 1 3I cage aquawl cani right are I' game In( a World's Seriea. The
/A. 9 1"-1 JI.I". Rob (]......+r. JI.. King, '<*"+" W... lhrl lil and Dirk Neu| ..rl. t i Babe' ,did this twice.




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., When the 20th Century Movie "Slattery's .Hurricane", Department Heads

,f.I f. now being filmed, hits the screen, the Navy, and especially

.. Jacksonville Naval Air Station can claim a "clean sweep"in I Rule Civilian LeaveNaval

I,!' .'.. the coming production..
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1 :' == _:- -: --1 1I Air Station service
Jacksonville's Naval
., t Air TrainingUnit
..1.,",' : I NAS Band Has will appear prominently In personnel will begin streaming -
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the movie, along with the Naval from the base for the an-
1(, Air Station band. nual Christmas holidays on
I : Part In MovieThe
' Squadron VMF-144 on Organ-
Ci Friday, December 17, the beginning -
:+; FIRST REGULAR WAVE-Lt. Noma Held, USX. becomes! ized Reserve duty over laX week
versatile Jacksonville of the leave
{ the first W\\ K to Jv commlsMloned in the Regular Navy In this I IfJ was given an invitation to aid the special
Naval Air Station band has
area at *he take* the oath admlnUterwt by Naval Air Station' cnmnmndlng Miami, Fla. Naval Air Reserve and liberty period which extends -
scored again -This time in the
i"" officer Capt. Alvin I. MaUtrom. Lt.: Reid It public Informa- movies. Training Unit in filming an aerial until January 5, it was
.:K firm officer and \\',\yt: administrator at the station I scene in the movie. The local unit, announced this week.
.-, Naval Air Station bandsmen commanded by Lt. Col. FreEmanW
will appear in the new 20th Williams readily compliedThe The period from the end of
Century motion picture "Slat- 30 flew working hours Dec. 17, 1948 until
group strong to MIami -
:
Lieut. Reid WAVE 0800 Jan. 5 has been aside
First tery's Hurricane, portions of Sunday and promptly went set
which are now being filmed in through their maneuvers befort- as special leave and liberty which
Miami, Fla. the Camel'8S.The will be charged against accrued

A The local contingent trekkedto scenes shot at Masters Fieldin leave.It .
wardedRegularStatus : has been that bi
Miami last Sunday where Miami, where the studio is on suggested
I work on the. movie began and I location, utilized the entire ships sically two leave periods bo util
their part in the productionwas ized. The first period extends from
Lt. Noma P. Reid, public information officer at the filmed. Under the leadership I Training company Unit of Naval of Miami Air, includingtheir Reserve 1600 Dec. 17, 1948 until 0800 Dt>c.

Jacksonville Naval Air Station, became the first WAVES of Chief Oden L. McMil families. The people in the 27, 1918 .and the second period begins
lan, the band will play and maneuver at 1200 Dec.: 28, 1948 and ends
officer in this area to be sworn into the Regular Navy, taking neighborhood<< at the time madetheir
0800 Jan. 5, 1919. Personnel" desiring
:...r the oath administered by Capt. Alvin I. )Malstrom commanding in several scenes.<< film debut as spectators in a -
Although 20th Century will to go beyond 500 miles fromNAS
; officer, in a brief ceremony ]last Thursday in his shoot some of the scenes on scene award of an Admiral's The inspectionand Jacksonville will be requiredto

office in the administration building. the West Coast, it is undE'rstood the Marine ceremony.Air detachment planesof of take the<< full I leave<< period, provided

Lieutenant<< Reid is the first that most of the photog- local NARTU made their grand accrued leave is available.
WAVE officer in this area to be tinctive part taken by women in raphy will center around Masters entrance during this ceremony Civilian employees' leave will b<>

worn into the regular service un- World War II. Field, a Navy air base in making a perfect pass in their second -I governed by heads of departmentswho
>r an Act of Congress admitting Six other NAS WAVES from Miami. The movie will feature attempt. The Jax-Navy band are authorized to grant leaveto
women into the armed forces on various commands are expected to II Naval life and Naval coopt''ai provided the music during the civilians at their discretion, not
the same basis' as men. receive their commissions into the i lion ceremony.Not to interfere with necessary services
The public information officer is Regular Navy in the near future, Well drilled in marching routines and work loads.
the actual
one of 288 officers to be pickedby it was learned today. the band is well known only was personnel Other Leave Granted
at the Miami Air Base usedin
a selection board from Wom locally, having appeared in parades Any and all holiday leave granted -
Arriving here in Oct. 1946 as the movie, but Capt. Robert N.
en's Reserve Officers, now on active concerts and other servicemen will be charged
duty, and former officers.This WAVES administrative officer events in this area. The band Hunter, commanding officer of Mi against accrued leave. Those taking -
from Navy Pier, Chicago, Lt. Reid ami's training unit, played him.. 1 If
leave
dis- -
recognition follows the has appeared frequently in are personally responsible
'. was later made public information I in the movie.
newsreels for knowing that they have the
officer Naval Air Station She recently -I I The. Marine Air detachmentof Comdr Vincent Sweeney, for- I accrued leave to their credit. Per-

Carrier Pilot assumed additional dutiesM I Jacksonville's NARTU will mer Aerology officer here<< was as- (Continned on Page 3)
public information officer on .
I sistant technical: advisor duringthe
also in the same
appear pio-I
the staff of Commander, Naval
at Miami.
duc-tion. filming
Training Unit Air Bases, Sixth Naval District. __ I (Continued on Page 3)
'F Benefit Grid Tilt

,
: Being Formed ;: : :: {- :: ', Brings McGuirkTo

::
Twauv-tour rormer Navy carrier

pilots arrived from Norfolk, ? JacksonvilleA
Va., this week as part of an eventual -

7-man: new training unit being aD is a y ..
organized here at the Naval familiar figure returned to familiar -

Air Station surroundings this week, a*
___' The<< new organization will be I Warren P. McGuirk: former Phy-
., temporarily designated as COM- sical and Recreation officer of
AIRLANT Training Unit No. 1, II the Naval Air Station brought

with Lcdr. A. W Newhall, USN, t his Maiden, Mass., high school
officer in charge. it gridders into Jacksonville to d,)
The former carrier pilots who battle with Lee High's General,
served during the last war are either 'W in the annual Kiwanis charity "

returning to active duty from eHg game Friday night in the Gator
:
reserve status or have just completed ;--K / Bowl.
f two years<< of college under / McGuirk and his coaching staff
:.' the Holloway Plan. As such, they I Ir. have been drilling the high school
C r.- have been unable to acquire sufficient d gridders on the Mat area here at f.
.- flight time to keep their A k In NAS for the past two days.
',"".' '. ficiency at top standard, and McGuiik left the base in August
ee-I : I Io l
.r now returning to active duty %. 1946 after more than a year as
.:. minimum of one year, keeping 4", Physical Training officer to tak
line with the proposed increases In up his duties as athletic coach at

Navy aviation, Commander New- Malden high in Massachusetts,
hall pointed out. where he has held sway for about
Each pilot of the new 'snit +a* l.:*> years.
tablished to prepare pilots for The former NAS man bring
carrier air group service will betaken down from the North a club that
ry
through a Flight. Syllabusand won eight frays while ty4ng one in
a Ground Syllabus, at't-r copping the Massachusetts stain
which he will be able! to r resume wa championship. This marks the second -
has place<< In an active carrier an straight year that a Massachusetts -
group. The unit 1.1' bt'innl: lnlzed Q team has played in ((he Kiwanis -
here for a period of tornt! (t.> six charity fray, Medford higH

.. months. I making the trip here last season."
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Commander Newhall. a L9IO Coach McGuirk and his New
t graduate of the Naval Academy, MIlTS HOLLYWOOD STAU-Lt. ('01. Freeman W. \\'llIIan"'on"Handln officer of the Marine Englanders, 62-strong, arrived by
l has recently been on duty with Air detachment of ..IaclHonvilln' 'Na'l&1Ir Keierve Training unit hated here, li .ho\\11I1 movie act rev* train Tuesday while the band, if
I the Chief of Naval Operations in I Linda Darnell what happened rhea h* wat flat on bit hark at 30,000 feet, :luring/ the filming; of the it does make the trip, and support
Washington, D. C. He will be assisted I niovlA .Sl-ittery'a" Hurricane" In Miami. Marine Reserve fighter Mii...ilr n, VMl111, will appear<< in era are expected to arrive som*.
by Lt. 1'', B. Smith. USN m vpitil ueilal teem- In the" n -w Ilollyw0'u1 1""""('UUI. time todiy.Fliers .




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Illdg. 930 i In National MeetIn To "Road Hogs""If
Telephone xtf'n..ion-818" I MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMMovies ,

D.A..ilrew.......t.H.| (IManey.'h..' J'attla.nr-KdlUr an effort to prove that Ma- : Weekday*-1730 and 2000; Week-end*-1430 and 2000. you are one of the many'.

httll Writers rine Air Reservists are as capable THURSDAY"FALSE
make
that
The JAX AIR NEWS Is publish PARADISE", starring William "Hopalong Cassidy" drivers pedestrian
weekly at the U. S. Nacal Air Sta with small arms as their reservist Boyd. jump to get on the curb, or one
lion Jacksonville. Florida, and pilnt counterparts in the infantry and FRIDAY of those that forever thinks that. .
commercially with non-a pprIJpl'laled the i l ,<
funds at no expense to the KO't'I'nrnf'ntBod artillery, Jark onvillf"'! Marine "JUNGLE PATROL", with K. Miller and A. Franz. the person waiting on aisle "'
In compliance with SecNav Circular Fighting Squadron 144 has entered SATURDAY AND SUNDAY street is just admiring the scenery I.
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1943
is meant
this for
Copies are distributed free of charge teams in the annual Marine "BLOOD ON THE SUN", featuring Robert Mltchum. -then message'
itt the Naval Air Station, the Nasal Corps reserve rifle and pistol MONDAY"BUNGALOW you."Of
Air Reserve Training Unit the Headquarters championship competition. 13", starring Tom Conway and M. Hamilton course the problem mightbe
of the Naval Air Advance solved here at NAS if everyybody *
TlT" WEDNESDAY"RED !
Training Command Navaluvllan Captained by S/Sgt. John H. ISUAANn would the
Air Station Cecil Field and the U. SNaval Schulz, the VMF 144 squad has RIVER", with John Wayne and :M Clift. drive on thoroughfares -
and stop trying to find
-
Hospital. -- --- -----
been victorious in its first two
All streets could
IOOEflit' short-cuts. be
S The JAX AIR NEWS ls a member of matches with "B" Battery Fourth I I I I made through thoroughfares, and!
the Ships' Editorial Association. and 155 mm howitzer battalion Chat- Not-New Nugget-11 .
Armed I may the best man win at the intersection ." .
the Forces Press Set Ice. Reproduction -
"B"
Tenn. and
tanooga, Company14th
of material from then I I You can get yourself
sources must bear a credit line. Repub. Infantry battalion Galveston, "We still have those grand : a Sherman tank, but then
llcatlon of other matter except by; Texas. I
"BABY FURNITURE1a
buys in other will haveone '
Venice publications Is prohibited with. again some guy ,
fut permission of Editor JAN AIR The Jacksonville "Week-end bed car-seat, and 2 baby I j i of the new Patton tanks, and t
Warriors" team is coached by carriages in excellent condition. I SALTY HUMOR FROM you are no better off than before.

Capt. Frank M. Richard, USMCR, For those of you who heed a I HERE AND THEREThe "The situation could be helped it .
NEWS.RECREATION adjutant of the Marine Air detach- spare chest of drawers, we have every driver maintained proper in-
ment at the Naval Air Station. two or for those who feel the terval between cars, let the pedestrians -
Match shooting and team practicesare need of some "exercise," a pool MD was confronted by a cross occasionally, and be a .
held at 1930 each Tuesday table in good condition young man who insisted on con- gentleman enough to let the car '
ASHORE I night at the Duval Armory rifle j BY-THE-BY. "TUESDAY" is gratulating him. "I benefited very waiting on the side street into the
and pistol ranges. i our ONLY commissioned salesday. .much from your treatments," the I line of traffic We all want to

WHEN ON T.IRKRTV: LOOK IT Tilt: Included in the VMF 144's sched- ." visitor explained."But : get home and one wise guy can
SALVATION ARMY ule of competition with other Marine I never had you as a patient foul up the whole deal, and none
SERVICE MEN CLUB Reserve units in the Southeastern ," the doctor argued of us get home on time.
MI NEST; ADAMS ST. states are teams from Former NAS CO "I know," the visitor assured "Even if we did have more traffic
. Phone 42104Jacksonville Shreveport, La., Austin, Tex., Tulsa -I him, "but my uncle did. I'm his cops to direct flow of traffic during
Fla. Okla., Galveston Tex., and I Becomes Admiral heir." the rush hours, that's: not going -
Tlu'a'DAU'tJ'HtH! ; 'th Chattanooga, Tenn. to help the road hogs A
1330--Transportation leaves club for I I A former commanding officer of horse to the
flkhlnif trip. lato-Game night In club An engraved plaque will be "Last year I bought a little courtesy pedestrian
Also at 1930 Handicraft dais begins awarded U. S. Marine Corps Reserve I I Jacksonville Naval Air Station, that was supposed to be a hunter." and other drivers on the load
FRIDAY. DECEMBER; : 101" headquarters to the rifle is among the 24 naval officers "How was he ?" won't hurt. Discourtesy breeds ha-
1430 Trip to the Zoo transportation and pistol team having the high- whose promotion to the rank of "Rotten. All the time I had tred, even among friends, and
furnished 1830 ,- "Horseback Riding. est average score for the entire Capt. Herbert Spencer Duckworth him, he never caught a* thing." those people on the road are al>
"G. I. Food and
Hayburners. music:
I rear admiral has been approved by
around the campflre. schedule of competition Individuals your friends.
KATl'RDAY. DECEMBER llth holding highest average President Truman. The hotel clerk was astonishedto "Suppose we 'Road Hogs' try
Open House-Meet your friends, scores will receive medals I The promotions must now be approved see a guest parading throughthe giving a little consideration to the ;
bring your friends. 1430-South.rn I I the Senate when Congress
by
Shrimp Boll. Softball game and Horseahoes. lobby in a pair of pajamas other fellow. :Maintain proper distance "
Transportation leaves club at I convenes in January. "Here what are you doing ?" between cars, stop once Ina
3430. 1930.-.Club party. Navy Advisory Group The guest snapped out of it while and let cars from aide ....

81'NDAY. DKCKM1IKR:: lt h' CHAPLAINS'CORNER i Now on duty at the U. S. Air and apologized: lanes enter the line of traffic, and I
SPEND THE DAY WITH
all you can US1004Pancakes eat- Force University at Maxwell Field, "Beg pardon. I'm a somnambu give proper hand signals at .}] f
1400-Home Town Time.; Ala. Capt. Duckworth commandedthe I list. times." ..
1700-Vesper Hour.1804Spsgheltl I I Naval Air Station from July I "Well," asserted the clerk, "youcan't I I ,
Sup, walk around here like that
,
1930-Date Time. 1947 until June of this year. :
q.U 111..w, -Prlto.. -- --- no matter what your religion is."
MONDAY DECEMBER: Hth FRONT PAGE NKWS Hospital
1930-Bowling party. 3000--Window :
Shopping Trip. It's fun, ever)one goes By Chaplain Stanley A. Melting iiuintS'ft'Vi ceS Guest: "And the flies are certainly }
In the club-Handicraft classes In thick around here."
A week last Friday the
leather plastic, wood and fabric paint ago q I Hotel Manager: "Thick ? What
front of the New York Sun
ing.Tl'feSUAY.! page At th. &..!!.. Ckapole, RirmUgaam : can you expect for two dollars a Chatter
DECEMBER: : 14tk carried the following headlines: I a.*d .. May we wrap your day ones
eels, or help you do your 'shopping? Lamont Holdup Suspect Held in I 0030-Sunday School Frt.....t CHATTER -Now that December -
JWO -Skating party, "Slngln' Wheels Pal's Death; Crime Waterfront; 1043--General Worship Service, Chaplain is here Christmas plans are )n .
I Waiter: "Yes sir we're ,
up
Club. This week-SkateUnd. In the very
Five Grab $20,000 In Carnival C.
A. Boyer
order A free wrapping service
-lub-Date time party with candy CatbelU to date. Everything here is cooked
making corn popping and new record Stickup; Three Held In Killing; 0700 Mass has been set up here with all
by electricity.
In KS.WKDNKSDAY. Cousins Accused of Hudson Mur- 0030) -Mass patients. Interested in getting
Diner: "So? I wonder would
; : DECEMBER: : lit It ,
der; Police Investigate Two Bronx Chaplain S. A. Melting will officiate Christmas wrapped requested
Weekly party-"All hands on deck, you mind giving this steak another pacqages
at both masses.
; I. Fires Mother Burned Her
pretty girt Insight. Door Prlie ; Says 'see. shock." to bring them over to the
Dinner for you and the Girl .i rlerld. Son's Hands; Fatal Jail Break; An outdoor Nursery for small children Red Cross recreation hall. Thisj
Special rnuklc-let's all sing Fourteen More Hanged for Nazi I U maintained between 0900 and service will be rendered starting
!4 J'tC; I A LIt Crimes. 1200.: ""'hat's that seaman doing over
December 13 and will extend nntil
you can't RO home for Christ. there?"
Mac spend It with us. These nine headlines, one of XAVAL HOSPITAL, CHAPEL Christmas Hours of wrappingare
Decorating Party-December 20th. them stretching across three col- (Ward A-I) "I believe he's reconnoitering. 1000 until 1530 daily Paper
Christmas Part}'- December 22nd. 1'rotetUat "Well, tell him to do it fartherIn
Christmas Eve Candle Light Carol umns, others with two column 1000-Divine Worship Chaplain J" the woods." and cards will be left out for
Sing-Church groups leave Club at headlines, greeted New Yorkers D. Hewitt. Jr.STATION. those who wish!' to wrap their own
233b. I last week from the front page of package
Cbl'ltltma.-Old fashioned homey atmosphere "I'd ask for this dance,"
,, special( supperat 1700. Meet I their newspaperjust two days BANK you Plenty of ChrKtmas cards will
your buddies Ht the Snack Bar. I before the beginning of the seasonof said the sailor "but all the cars I be available beginning Dee 8.
Advent, the time of preparationfor ..1 Jlours'lIOOUOo'Ionday are occupied." Card contributed by the Nation
Association of Card PulUhers .
the coming of Christ Greeting
[ What a gruesome way to look through Memo to married men: Keep and the N'orcross Company*
I{ TANMIKESTwlnkles forward to Christmas, the Birth- Thursday :your wife happy by filling your will be. distributed to all patients,
day of our Saviour The Prince of I 1100-1 iOoFriday.10OO1Ool"aturday house with mirrors. If she is while extras Mill be on hand In the

at the Mara: I I Peace. beautiful she'll look at herself and recreation I haJJ

Ex-sailor Jack Jlenny set with _.l think how lucky you are to have It's farewell to Lena Beck, Red ..
sponsor for another year as comic -------- ---- such a beautiful wife. If she isn't Cross Social worker who has end

king, but on another network. Memorable Navy Dates beautiful she'll look at herself and ed her tour of duty here at NAS.
Benny started bringing bulkheads think how lucky you are to have She is being transferred to the
down in the Navy with sketch such a beautiful wife. Naval Hospital in Ponsacola.OCCUPATIONAL .

"Issy There, the Admiral's Dis- Recalled During DecemberHistory TIIKKArV
*. ." Later, his initial radio The inductee who never stopped A golden opportunity la prfnte
tint began: "This is Jack Benny characterizes the monthof I wiggling was being given the once for thoNe taking advantage of San
talking who cares?" Listeners [ December as one of the most PBY on morning patrol aided the over by the Psychiatrist. Suddenly ta's workshop Orders have
have been caring ever since. eventful of all times, as far as attack by dropping bombs. he shouted, "Grasshoppers, been receive for many rug and
Diana Lynn showered with 1000 the United States Navy is con- The infamous attack on the grasshoppers all over me." no matter what color combination

letters each week for pin up pix. cerned, with two worldshakingevents Navy's stronghold in the Pacificwas The doctor Jumped up quicklyand is I requeftttMl> It can be filled .
Latest shocker was request for falling during the month just a few minutes off, as at pushed his chair back, order- It. Killing AMC has just complete
X-Ray pose from group of medical within four years.It 0755, the first Japanese plane appeared Ing, "Well, for heaven's sake don't M! a nifty Si-tone blue rhenlll
student fans. was seven years ago on Dec. over Pearl Harbor, plung- push them off on me." rug and in now busy on two "mailer WJax
Errol Flynn and Alexis Smith 7, 1941 that the Japanese pulledthe ing America into World War II. matching rug, .
fretting together--on the screen. sneak attack on Pearl Harbor Sunday, Dec. 12, commemoratesthe "Who were your father and K. O. Katchum began 'wol king
The duo loosed osculatory bomb- and eleven years ago on Dec. 12, eleventh anniversary of the mother before they were mar on his Christmas list long ago.
shells i times in Dive Bomber. 6 1937 when the United States 191- sinking of the Gunboat Panay in ried?" Just cast your eyes on the ma-
times in Gentleman Jim, 7 times in foot river gunboat USS Panay was which two Americans were killed "I didn't have a father and hogany smoking stand, or the
San Antonio and will kiss 8 times bombed and strafed by the Nipponese and 11 severely wounded. mother before they were married fancy nut bowl and cracker .
in the forthcoming Montana. I I on the Yangtze river, 28 Plotted Itomhlng !" He's now putting the finishing
William Jtemllx lives his Life miles north of Nanking China. History records that the gunboat touches on his wife's sewing box.
(of Reilly ) on celluloid next, aided The USS Condor, USS Antares was evacuating foreign refugees A woman riding in a trolley car Surveyed bowling pin are M
by cohort Digger O'Dell the and USS Ward, were the first from the war areas around Nan- was anxious not to pass her destination popular a* the, bowling alleys M
friendly undertaker. ships to be involved in the Dec. king, later joining the British ship, She poked the motorman far a. Occupational Therapy shop .
Shirley) Temple'n career now a I 7, 1941 bombing, with the Ward Ladybird, and several other Amer- with her umbrella. Is ("on r.nNI. Thee surveyed pin,
flicker blog, starring 10yearoldShari i firing the first shots against the ican merchant ships upriver. Three "Is that the First National such a* displayed by I. Pierce
Robinson. Shari really duplicates Japanese at a submarine sighted Japanese planes suddenly appeared Bank ?" and A. boater are being rapidly
the child star, even to earlier by the Condor. and dropped bombs, followed "No, ma'am," replied the motorman reconvertedJnto attractive lamp*.
warbling "Good Ship Lollipop," Ward Fire' First shortly thereafter by six planes "that's my stomach." There is still time to make your
but her movie name won't be Shir- At 0355 Dec. 7. 1941, the USS which bombed and strafed the Pa- Christmas cards You can make
ley. Condor sighted what looked likea nay and the other ship. for 20 The modern girl would rather them with your pictures or scenes
Tim Holt tried to sing to a baby wake of a submarine periscope minutes from an altitude estimated have beauty than brains because of the hospital or other designs.A .
while filming Indian Agent, but I I about two miles southwest of Pearl at 600 feet the average man can see. better I I
the infant cried loud and long. I Harbor. The Condor contacted An apology was offered by the I than he ran" think. repot ter had been sent t.
Finally the mother snatched it USS Ward, but the streak had Japanese for the Panay incident COver a great mine disaster. He
back citing the crooning as "cru- I disappeared and that same morn- and they promised to make no Medical Officer: "How's that was so impressed by all he aw
city tc children." Ing at 0655, the helmsman of the further attacks on American ships. marine who swallowed the half that he tried to indicate the emotion .
JU'b Hawk gives out bundles of : USS Antares detected a moving The bombing of the Panay on dollar?" : and heroism around him in
jnoola each week via airways object following the ship as it was the Yangtze on Dec. 1937 was not Nurse: "No change yet" that panorama of ..death.In .
s}ow. He once worked for a loan heading into Pearl Harbor. USS the first attack by the Japanese I a wire to his editor, he began:
company; collecting money from Ward still alerted, took up the against U. S. Naval units. Earlier Pfc: "What's the difference between "God sits tonight on a little hill
delinquent debtors. chase and fired the first shots of that year the flagship of Admiral I a bachelor and a marriedman overlooking a scene of stark dis-
I I the Pacific war at 0645 when her H. E. Yarnell, USS Augusta, was ?" uster."

"You're the first girl I ever kissed four inch guns opened up on the struck by a Japanese shell while Cpl: "YY'liftn a bachelor walks His editor wired back:
," said the sailor, a* he shifted submarine. Ward followed with a standing off Shanghai killing one 1 the floor with a baby, fcr'a dancing "Never mind disaster-interview
the gear lever with his Jet. salvo of depth charges and a Nary person and wounding 18 mono ." Gal get pictures If possible."








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RALLIES. In Civil ServiceCompetitive :


I
I
( I
<9 examinations for ,

I II positions of Quarterman and Lead- Q

I ingman Aircraft Instrument Me'I''I
Sometime before the end of the I chanic have been announced by \ '

t, month, a trophy case will be setup ': l.t4';: K : a the Regional Director, of the Fifth

in the lounge to exhibit various U. S. Civil Service region. j

awards received by the de- ,
partment In competitive sports,' X- py..i7r', ', .;.,.: ?:. .,*.+. b t! ., y'q; x t aypu :. Salary for the Quarterman position -
events. V ranges from $4172 to 54784

per annum while Leadingman
The Department boast *f two rates are from $3952 to $''264 per

trophies, one for soft ball and the annum.

other garnered by last year's bowlIng a a> x
: The competitive area for these
team Thin", year, It's a :
examinations include the Naval
ck-ajul-neck battle for the top S
Air Station Jacksonville and the
4. pot. with Overhaul and Repair .
Naval Air Station Pensacola. According -
Vp until this", week, two supplyteams x h '#', :AK? ..
to the Industrial Relations
and one from Overhaul and
't division here, only applicants of
tied for first
were place
epair < "* *** ,
t *
V < i. these two activities with either a
with Identical records of 16 gamesvvon \ 1 i f N -r
classified i-
probational or a permanent
t and 11 lost. By this time thepicture
civil service status may com-
,,3 .
may have changed, 110e'r Y x examinations.
l dusting off the old trophy cawe. .,. pete in these .

:. Copies of the announcements,
A "floor dusters party" at one of l
necessary application forms, and t
I the local rinks is on the docket t additional information concerningthese

4 Ir the near future. Cost will bee ,t: ".' '
exams may be obtained from
entrance fee with i
regular the Board of U. *S. Civil Service

. nothing special planned, just a Examiners, building 450, this sta
good old fashioned skating party .{.. <\ tion.

where you skate with friends you ii: ,: -S C .

know<< Observation: Supply has UUJ ,
: ltf.
more disc-jockeys than six! local Hospital Fund Sets

stations combined.An :. ", ,
officers' gallery, with _Y ,."........ CollectionsInformation
Pit'-I ------ --- Pledge
ture, name and duty of all "" FLYING FOR CAMERAMEN- group of F4Us, piloted by the Marine Air' detachment of Ja<'k-

officers, will be displaced' boon, : Bonvllle'. Naval Air Training unit fly pant cameramen for aerial scenes for the forthcoming 20th concerning payments

near the,elevator on the first de<-J<. Century film, "Slattery's, Hurricane." The studio' crew and cast Is now on location at Masters Field, I. of pledges made by station

Here's a good way to acquaint Miami, Fla.Bulletins employees to the Baptist Hospital

with the ---- --- ------------- --- -- ---------- -- --- -
yourself military Building fund drive here at the

nel In the department.The I Naval Air Station has been revealed -

military personnel IH"rlton-1 I 'Commercial Bulletin I Cub Scouts Hold by the Employees sectionof

getting the best of the the Industrial Relations division -

> their golf matches, heading for I will be accepted only until space In Ailed. Call ext. 8280 Induction FridayNaval responsible! for the drive

..... victories in both first and second here.
FOR SALE: Two-room apartment, furnished convenient Air Station Cub Scouts, '
flights. Lt. ('jg) O'Keefe alreadyhas The campaign director for the
1M7 Fold Super DeLuxe four-door to NAS. Breareal, 2515 Herschel Pack 131. will hold their first
all but won the second flight sedan with radio and all extias. St.Apartment. drive here has informed local
meeting Friday at 1900 at the sta-
, while Commander Porter has Jack Priced at J1.7q5. Can be financed at with living room dining sources that statements will l>emailed
, Sharpe two down with three to 1795 down and 18 notes at 370 each room,. bedroom, kitchen and bath. tion scout troop headquarters, by his office this monthto
go. Mary Doty' ext. 593.' Reaves, 25409.Twobedroom: building 601.Parents .
__ Of course this is the year of up- 1947 Studebaker Commander business furnished apaitment.Newsom all persons who made pledges.
awls, *o sit tight. coupe with all accensoiles. 32.000 actual 26002.: with sons between the Ayyone desiring to make pay'
miles Hambsch ext 701. Bedroom In a private home on Edge- ages of 9 and 12 interested in ments on pledges before receivinga
Keep abreast of the "Hobby Roth with cone, two month Also
trumpet wood Ave. efficiency apartment scouting are requested to attend local
statement from the office
in the old ext. 8272. ,
I/obby" displayed weekly Weaver with electric kitchen. Phone 2-49W.
lounge. Interesting activities are 1938 Pontiac two door sedan, ,4SO.Weaver. New completely equipped efficiency, the meeting along with children may do *o by mailing a check or ..
ext 8272. or one or two bedroom apartments eligible for entrance into the troop. money order to the Baptist Hospital -
t Wing exhibited from time to time. 1947 Ford club coupe In excellent Unfurnished from $50. Furnished Induction ceremonies and Den of Jacksonville Building Fund

Joining the matrimonial rank shape, 1600. See at JuaUsa Groceryat from $60. Phone :5.1060.WANTED projects will be the theme of the
P. O. Box 504.
entrance to Dewey Park.
recently U Jacob Panrram of Inwntory -
1937 Ford V-8 with new battery, seat Cub Scouts' first meeUng Friday. at the Naval Air
... ('11011. Ride from Blackburn and Standing The drive here
*
and other
coven new paitf. Only
Blvd .to NAS. Working hours 0700
Station which netted $3,630.23 in
see
9173. L. Boyette ext. 759.:
to 1545. Markln, ext. 372.
Twin carriage, Whitney collapsible Ride from 5515 103rd St.. to NAS Air Reservations pledges and cash will pay for two
Orltz 1437-B Child St., NAS. rooms on the fifth floor of
INSIDEPUBLIC Working hours 0745 to 1630. McDonnell utility
Black Skunk fur coat, size 16; silver Tickets and reservations on all
ext. 515.CHRISTIAN
fox fur jacket, size 16; both In A-l air lines can be procured at the the proposed hospital, it was
condition. Tiny ext. 759, during Greyhound ticket office next the stated by campaign director C. C.
WORKSFrom
work hours. SCIENTIST McCubbin.In .
Auto-top luggage carrier with canvas Naval Air Station bank betweenthe

the Administration buildIng cover Speicher, 1143-A Allegheny, HEREThe hours 09001700. appreciation for cooperation
NAS. received from employees here
comes word that Chief Clerk Twenty.tfuage shotgun Stevens, brand Christian Science worker, W. E. Long, representative for ,
plaques will be placed at the entrance -
Pete Capps, has gone on leave to new with two boxes of shells, $:lO. Mr. Charles B. Capers is available all air lines for travel to any-
of the two rooms with the
:Miami. If he comes back with a Cuslmano. 20405.LRdlel' at the Chaplain's office every where in the U. S. will take care
nylon quilted robe full length following inscription:
red nose, we'll know where he has never been worn size 10. Will\ take Tuesday from 1030 to 1630. He of the reservations. Informationcan

been but whether or not it will $10. Also suit and dresses 3b04-B can also! be reached by calling be secured by calling exten- "This room given through the

be the result of the sun-your Irwin St, Dewey Park. Jacksonville 2-5934: or :53877. sion 8115. generosity of the civilian employees -
Bed spilngs and mattress, $20. Baby of the U. S. Naval Aif
-- -- -
guess; is as good as anybody's.At .
crib and mattress $10. Baby carriage "
Jacksonville Fla.
Station ,
Design<< and Engineering, Vir- $15. 4001-D Row Housing -- a

ginia Walpole informs us that hubby 1948 Dewey Indian Pal k Chief, motorcycle .and a ffHEEz/it! E

Joe, likes his new job, also 1947 Haile>'-Davidson motorcycle, WeekendContinued
the climate Mr. Snow is backat both in good condition Cheap. Phone
his desk after a few weeks in 8-2375 I= = AROUND -
New alligator suitcase, $20. Walton, -- ( from Page 1)"Slattery's

Miami.: 80371. 0 & R ff Hurricane" which
News From the Fire Box-It's Six-piece dinette set, coffee table, large' ,
chenille bedspread and small blc>cle. stars Linda Darnell, Richard Wid-
been quite some time since the sta- 3541-A Craven St., Dewey Park. mark and Veronica Lake, is tie
tion Fire Department has contributed Eureka vacuum cleaner leatherettebar ACCESSORIES DIVISIONShop secretary now and it is none other of a naval aviator attachedto

anything to this column two-room heater and girl's bl- 742--Have you seen the than Nature Boy" Claborne story
the Miami All Weather squadron -
r)cle. Will also give away three kit The is when the Saf-
that Christmas Bill day complete
due chiefly to the fact those tens. Phone IH9W. pretty card Sted- better known as the Navy'a
who have the misfortune to read 1947 Chevrolet two-door sedan with man has sent us ? There is some ety officer's secretary takes a spill .I Hurricane Hunters.

the type of stories emanating from radio and heater. Reasonable Parker Japanese writing on it, but due to right under his nose. Couldn't be

the three stations, have to take ext. 70J. my lack of education, I'm afraid I the floors, Rosy? Widmark, playing the part of
Koon'lGarage
Model 'T" Ford reasonable at Demon" Sweat is at it Slattery, notes the sign of an ap-
time out "for the pause that re- in Yukon. HIU'il'lIe3g75.. can't translate it. "Speed
freshes." I Three-way switch floor lump, Console Jensen's hubby is due back on again. Better watch those fenders. proaching hurricane while out c.n

Zenith radio and six cubic foot Kel- the 15th and will stay over the -tiy Dot Dlcknon.PROCESS\ duty and his work in tracking it
Now that some of the boys have
vlnator. Replce. 4007-C Row Housing him the Cioss
down gets Navy -
New Year. She would put in for AND PRODUCTION -
been hunting, plenty of stories are Dewey Park: movie that isJ!
the
available E. L. Yarboroughof Waterfront home on four and one- leave, but well, we know why, CONTROL in ,
half acre plot In Orange l'kia three don't we ? Hutto wants time The trip to Miami was also one
Station No. 1 went squirrel bedrooms, two baths and I Mr. Stowe of Production Con-
weekendand and a half for all the extra work of opportunity for Lt. (jg) Frank
huntingover the past! Call Orange Park 3142. I trol is looking out for his own
won't admit how many helI Motorola car radio and a large hot he's doing. Seems he spends all Christmas present. He was seen in Coghlan, publics information officer -
water heater. Both In A-l condition. night dreaming of his job. That, of NARTU, who went along
J\ot. He does, however, admit see- Will sell for $45. Klnn, 6-2033.: a local department store playing
.g turkey tracks that he could 19.58: Ford business coupe, In excellent dear boy, is a nightmare less. with the trains. He says it's for his as contact man. A former Hollywood

dually walk between. ( It's a good condition 23 miles to gallon of What makes Chief Parks wear child but who does he think he's actor, Coghlan came acro*.

thing for Ed that squirrels were ( ea. Real bargain. Ext. 8184 or Jax such a thoughtful look these days. kidding? many of his acquaintances and

not hunting that day) L. 2.3420.Three used. Super Cushion tties, size: What's the matter son life getting The "Glamour Boy" of Overhaul friends he had known for years

Hudson got his quota of squirrel, 760x15. Crlder 1335-A Randolph St., you backed in the little old corner ? and Repair might be Warren, but while in Hollywoo:

also bagged a deer while he was NAS No talk of fishing and hunting the "Glamour Voice" is Irish! J. J.
Eleclrlc record player, $15; and baby Yule
out B. E. Downing joined thedeer bathlnette. $5. Pails, ext. 8313. going on around here. What gives ? McAndrew Virgil Mansfield is ,!

hunters but he hasn't said Six-room. 3-bedroom house Has garage Guess our Isaac Waltons and Dan- back with us once more although

whether or not he bagged any. easy payments. Phone 89142.: iel Boones have sworn off. she has her leg in a cast. How I (Continued front Page 1)

Baby bed, mattress, two-piece living- Sue Edward was recently sur : sonnel who take leave and do not
Come to think of it. he didn't suite chest of drawers, end about an autograph ? .. "Snake"
tion whether It was d-e-e-r! mt'n-I tables room kitchen table and other household prised. She was the winner of an Livingston of 304 is the proud fish- have sufficient accrued leave, will

furnishings. Thorpe, ext. 8348. eight pound home made fruit cake. erman with a record of 7II pounds have their pay checked in accoid-

I Boy's tuxedo size 30. waist 32. In excellent I Guess who I'm going to visit just of drum The Structure divi- ance with existing regulations.
condition Price $12.50. R. P. !
CAPT. MALSTROM Redman phone 28140. before Christmas. sion wishes to express sincere sym- All other personnel, officer and

SPEAKS AT RALLY I FOR RENT I Prop. Shop-When you visit the pathy to W. A. Poley whose 6- enlisted, may be granted leave dur-

Well furnished sleeping room with double Prop shop don't be surprised if year-old son passed away last I ing this special period at the dl.-

bed three windows, large closet you find a burning cigarette in week.By Jimmle Almond creation of their department head
Capt. Alvin I. Malstrom, commanding -
hot water. Shepherd
and continuous Wet Paint I
a
pocket or signon
officer of the Jacksonville 2326 Park St. your ROVING REPORTER up to 50 per cent of each department -
back. It if
Naval Air Station and Charles E. Collage completely furnished. $40 per your seems as Shor- Wonder why certain men wore I at one time. Regular leave,
month. Also\ trailer apace at $13 per ty wore one around quite some
the such strong cologne the other up to 10 per cent of departmental
Ix of
>fgren. national secretary I month. Call Orange Park. 3232. time over at Overhaul and Repair. I
the day ? I didn't trip Jimmie, the personnel re-enlistment leave and
Fleet Reserve Association, spokeat Home. Just been remodeled on Better watch her, Jimmy! I
the membership rally meetingof waterfront at mouth of Jullngton sweet smell just staggered me. emergency leave may be granted
the looks
Creek Rogero. 76943. Andy inspector, A certain worker came out all as usual during this period.It .
the local FRA chapter in the :
Furnished six-ioom house "ltn attained mighty lonesome these days. CouldIt
dressed the other like is pointed out that leave will
Seminole Hotel last Friday even- garage. $125 per month. Ph be that he misses Mike ?-By up day a
I 5l41,11.Unfurnished, "white collar" worker-could it not be granted personnel if the

ing.More than 25O members and I private garage apartment Elizabeth Mach I have been his birthday We granting of such leave will in any
and bath $75
nice
with four rooms PERSONNEL ANDADMINISTRATION "
prospective members attended the I per monlh. Phone 2-K>14.Unfuiniched notice James Almond had car way interfere with security, necessary -

ally. apartment with four large trouble and on Friday too We I services, or work which must
zooms and b th. Convenient to shop- We cure hate to see Mr. Cribbs welcome Mm. Jennie Bunn backin be performed.

NOT NK\V: I;;IOt';;;: HOl'IlS I 22P7.Larjr pint. i-tnter. $MJ her month. I'hontK po to Accessories, but I'm pure the fold. Nice to have her back Personnel proceeding on leave

Not New Thrift Shop Hours and small furnished ajxutmenU.CrHfts. all of us want to wish him luckin A total of three Jimmies! in should be thoroughly familiar with

HMO t*> 14 Tuesday. Wednesdayand 7-WiOB., his new position. Jt'5 been nice the Time Section now with the addition provisions announced in station

Thursday at lloMiy Shop, Two and bedrooms lath In Ortega, living Near room NAS.. kitchen Lane, working for him.Umleutantl of James Logwood. lly memorandum No. 78-48 which wa

building aiS 2.UHb2. that Spurlock baa a Wyixoua Hi urlok, issued! this week



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ty 'I Fliers Open Cage Season

: : Jax Navy Grid Eleven



Against; Green Cove Five

Bermuda Tussle
Cops __ __ ____ n__ n__ ____.1
I. Coach Boerner's 1i
v
j i Slots Still Open Charges 1

Jax- av.\"s' football eleven rang down the curtain on I
Face 25-Game Schedule I II
On NAS
Quintet
another highly successful campaign last Saturday with a i

26-6 triumph over the Kindley Field Skyliners in Bermuda 1 j Coach George Boerner, who | I The 1048 edition of the Jax-Navy basketball quintet will rt

j for their seventh victory of the season. 'will pilot the Fliers during tht'l| J be unveiled next Wednesday night at the NATTC "*
The Fliers had things their own coming cage campaign, has an- auditorium
way at Bermuda against the Sky- I the 1948 campaign with a recordI II nounced that berths are still i when the Fliers take on the powerful Green

liners. After piling up an early i I of seven wins, one tie and one defeat available on the 1948-49 squad. I I Bullets in the season's opener.The .
lead, Coach Don Jacka's charges The Fliers captured the Na- Men with basketball ability local hoopsters all decked
coasted most of the way, holding ; val Air Training Athletic Confer- I still have a fine chance to make out in their, spanking new uniforms I up a 62-57 margin in the return
the foe scoreless until the Anal 30 ence championship by tying the the NAS squad. Interested per- hope to get off on the right I tussle.
seconds of the fray I Pensacola Goslings 7-7 in the final sonnel get in touch with Coach fpot against their traditional arch- Following the fray with the
Kindley }O ield's' Archie Paris, : loop game of the season. It marked I Boerner at extension :593.' rivals from Green Cove. Bullets, Coach Boeiner'a squad
who spearheaded the Islanders' at- the first time Jax-Navy had Practice sessions are being At the helm of the Fliers this will rest over the holidays, return-
tack, snagged a pass from Andy won the title. The Fliers also triumphed I held daily Monday through Friday year will be Lt. George Boerner ing to action Jan. 11 for a tiff
gooks in the dying moments to I, over the once powerful I at the NATTC auditorium USMCR, recently appointed to the with the Orlando Air Forces five
tally the lone Skyliner touchdown. Fort Benning Doughboys 13-0 to from 1500 u> 1700Sports I IIl position by Captain A. I. Mal- on the latter's floor. The Fliers
:Score Early ,: win the Southeastern ArmyNavytitle. | strom commanding officer. A native then return home to engage in
Opening the tilt with a fast of Minnesota and a graduateof two Naval Air Training Athletic
After the season's the University of Minnesota, conference games against Pensa-
moving otfense the Fliers started j I l dropping
early in the initial canto with two 'opener to the strong Fort Bragg Il Quiz Boerner gained recognition on the cola Jan 14 and 15.

touchdowns Tizzy Tisdale. a I All-Amencans, 12-7, the Fliers gridiron and diamond as well as on As in previous years, the Naval .
standout at end for Jax-Navy went on to defeat Eglin Field, 34- the hardwood. At one time he Air Station WAVES sextette will
throughout the season tucked in 0, Corpus Christi, 18-0, Parris Is- -- --- -- --- ---- --- played for the St. Louis Cardinals. perform in the preliminaries to
a 35-yard pass from halfback Andy land Marines, 7-0 Memphis NAT- 1. The "Toy Bulldog" held both Rest After. OpenerNext all Flier games
Anderson for the Fliers' first TC 26-7, Cherry Point Marines, the welterweight and middle- Wednesdays curtain raiser In next Wednesday's preliminary
score. Later in the first frame. ,26-6, and Fort Benning, 13-0. weight boxing crowns during his should draw a' capacity crowdto fracas the WAVES take on a
halfback Pat O'Rourke skirted end I fighting days., He is now an artist. the local court. In their two Jacksonville City Girls league club
tor 35 yards for the second tally. What is his name ? meetings with Green Cove last starting at 1900. The Fliers-Green
A brilliant 62-yard sprint by I 2. She won the U. S. Women's year, the Fliers triumphed 65-52 Cove game will follow immedi- ,
Jerry Walterskirchen gave the Station Boxers Amateur Golf Championship last in the season opener and chalked ately.
Is she Dot
summer. Patty Berg, -
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Fliers their third marker at the -
outset of the second period Kirby or Grate Lenczyk ?
O'Rourke broke loose again in the Prepping Daily 3. "Texas "Leaguer," "Ha t. Trick," j Five Flights Determined
"Chip Shot which of these termsis
final quarter to account for the
local's final TD, and his second' of used in hockey ? Station Golf
For
the day. Tizzy Tisdale converted CampaignAlthough 4. Was it Ben Chapman, George For Tourneyi
Selkirk or Myril Hoag who replaced -
for two of the four extra points!
The All-Station Golf ----- -- -------- --
Babe Ruth in the outfieldfor Championship -
attempted during the game. a total of 19 men ans- the Yankees ? Tournament got underway on is low medalist. Other scores n
the wered the call for candidates for the Championship Flight rang!!
Trailing 26-0. Skylmeis came 5. How Rose Bowl the local links last Saturday with
the Jax-Navy boxing team, thereis many games from 80 through 85. The Second
to life in the waning moments' lost the while 80 golfers vieing for honors' Par-
with a 6-point, failing to convert still room for quite a few more were Howard Jones by Trojans the ticipants have been split up intoa Flight is composed of golfers with _
the extra point. interested pugilists, station boxing Southern California was elevens coaching? Championship Flight, Second scores from 86 to 92, the Third
U in Loop Crow n team mentor Chief "Chips" Chip- Flight, Third Flight Fourth Flight with scores from 93 to 96.
Coach Don .Ja< ka's eleven closed par'oni has announced. ANSWERS Flight and Fifth Flight. the Fourth golfers that tallied

Naval Air Station team aspirants 1. Mickey Walker. He won the The losers in the first round of from 97 to 100 while the Fifth
welterweight title from Jack Brit- Flight consists of those who end
are going through their daily
the Championship flight will fall
Bowling Meet afternoon grind at the old NATTC ton in 1922 and lost it to Pete back to make up the First Flight, ed up with 100 or over in the
Latzo May 30, 1926. Mickey qualifying flights.
gym with six of the candidates on and the tourney will proceed from ,
boasting of previous ring experience then defeated Tiger Flowers in Pairings in the championshipflight
Full there to the second, third, fourth
In Swing including two holdovers from December, 1926 to take the middle- and fifth flights. I in match play are announce

last year. weight croWn which he held until Lt. Tony Grego, who tallied a I ed as follows:

For Base MenThe Lightweight Joe Martin and 1931 when he resigned as champ neat 79 in the qualifying rounds A. Grego vs Doc Henderson; F.
middleweight Cliff Patterson have because of inability to meet the __ ___ -- u I J. Brush vs J, J. Piva; W. G.
weight. I I :: Barnes vs W. H. Powell; C. B. Con-
returned from last while
Officers bowling alleys\ resounded year 2. Grace Lenczyk. :i when a player scores three
bantamweight Richard Beck who nally vs E. Scott; A. M. Boaworttt
with a crescendo of splintering 3. The "Hat Tnck" is term goals in one game.
a
fought here in J946 has also joinedthe 4. George Selkirk. va A. C. Berg; J, MacDonald v*
and rumbling lanes as --------- --- ---------
pins R. V. Allen; A. E Furry va J. W.
Newcomer
competition in both enlisted men's squad. RaymondHall In January against Green Cove 5. None. The Trojans won five
Lloyd and J. R. Whitman vs F.
and Officers' tournaments rolled middleweight, has shown Springs, The local squad will also ;: for Jones defeating Pittsburgh in G Lewis'
Into high gear last Wednesday.With plenty of promise participate In the Golden Gloves : 1930 Tulane in 1932. Pitt againIn
the enlisted alleys closed The season s opener has been tourney which gets under way m 1933. Duke in 1939 and Tennessee Second Flight pairings-B. H.
for repairs the Officers' lanes are tentatively set for the second week Jacksonville in February in 1940 I Jones vs R. M. Thelen; F Ballen
ger vs H. H. Bush; G. H. Kullak-
In for double duty status as the
I son vs C. A. Briggs; W. F Brock-
whttehats and Officers spill thepins
haus vs H, E. Bryant; E. W. Daily
with their eyes glued on the
vs C. W. Miller; R. K. Allen vs
trophies to be presented at th.
A. E Bower; A. Y. Kettles vs G.
end of the tournaments.
M Bell, and T B. Ellison vs C. N.
As the Goldbraid teams pi>
M.-Cord.
pared to go into their second wk
of competition the O&R outfit war L 1 Third Flight pairings G. A.
pacing the list The O&R keglers i Busbee vs W. J. Bellfy; E B. Glass
copped the lead with a total <>i I vs J. F Rentz; W. T.: Tippett v.
four points, closely followed by S, H Horton; J. G. Sampson VII
three other teams which ha\- R. Luckie; J. L. Holland vs V. S,
piled up three points each. Soranno; J. J. Goodens vs R.
Standings in the enlisted men iii Covington; W. Johnson vs J. Cw|
league were not available at press d Mauldin, and C. M. Dumbauld
the twelve t R. BI .tht'.
time but teams participating s.h.
are: Marines, Dispensary 4+e Fourth Flight pairings-Dram*
.
FA-34, Hospital. Operations ? rr wright vs R. W. Breault; O. B.
FASRON 6. O&R, VF-81, Supply Porter vs C. L. Denton; A. L. Norton .
NARTU, VF-82 and VF-83. vs W. R. Mattix; Holmes vaC
When league bowling is in prog- H. Turner C. E. Robertson vs
ress, the Officers' alleys will be a aIf W H. Lewis; C. A. Knight rs R.
secured except for participants. c t t ta i W Daleen; L. J. Nelson vs J. F.

Like other sports now in league : Bush, and M. A. Boczyk vii O. J,

Competition, bowling will be at a c : : : Miller .
standstill over the holidays as far ; ; Fifth Flight pairings W. L.
as tournaments are concerned but t Thorpe vs R. O. Minter; L. Bran
reservations for practice sessions m-man vs H. L. Madden; E, R.
can be made by contacting John Paul vs R. M "Humes; B. O. Wool.
Harks or E. A. Duvalle, bowling 3s bright vs E F. Gold; A. L. Sfm.
alley attendants through the Hob mons vs C. L Anderson; R. J.
by Shop, ext. 771.OI'FICEItS'. Freeman vs G. B. Lucas; Muller,
I.KAGUK s 's I' A Schroeder and A. L. Ferguson .
S'r.\NIHNOS: vs' D. D. Greene _
1'eam \Vini I*<>,*4 hat year's All-Station cham-

O&R i 0 pionship was captured by Chief
Operation 3 1 Joe McDonald when he pinned a
VF-83 3 1 >mup defeat on Lt. (Jgl I Ed- .
VF-81 (a.) 3 1 warring Kapacr in tile final match
FASRON 2 2 'H I Hit' tourney. Chief MacDonaUl -
NARTU 2 2 also held the title of All-Service
VF-8tb) 2 2 (Champion for 1917.
VA-& I 2 j .
VF-82 -1 3VP84 Babe Ruth the
was only min:
', 1' 3 I GETTING LOWDOWNCoath George Boerner gluey a few pointers to a giwip of "NAS Filer who hit three home run in one
Nursed 1-3 cage squad candidate n()vr prepping| for tile season's opener. nf'lttVI '+dayeft tit right; are I game< in a Woild'a Series. The
/A ,,4 I T<.ui (tale, Kali G Jp awwr. II.. Xtii?, ,"Von" Woolh rlgM said Dick) N>\vx rt. Babe did this twice.






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