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Vol. 4-No. 43 9 January 1947

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


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March Of Dimes Campaign To Be

4 Conducted Here 153O JanuaryBig

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Event Is THERE'S TWO OF THEM AGAIN ( Coin Boxes Will Be Set Up

Scheduled For R At NAS For ContributionsContributions

to the "March of Dimes" will be accepted .

20 And 21 Feb. al NAS beginning next Wednesday in conjunction with the

annual fund raising appeal of the National Foundation for

Station Will Play Infantile Paralysis which is being conducted throughout the '

Host To Mermen From nation from 15 through 30 January.

Many Naval Activities Captain R. M. Askin has been designated as the 7th:

Naval District representative for
Having proved itself an out- k the drive, and Chaplain W. R.
standing host last year, NAS YN Stevenson will act as chairman of All Automatic
the at N AS. Chaplain
Jacksonville has been selected : E. W.campaign Andrews is heading the effort Fire Arms Must
the site of the I
again as at NATTC and Lt. Comdr.
annual Naval Air Training S D. Cunningham has been namedto Be RegisteredAlarmed
Athletic Conference Swim- conduct the drive at the Naval

ming Championships to be +t2 0R Hospital.No by the number of automatic .
actual solicitation will be
held next month, it was announced I I made in departments with con- firearms brought into the

by NAS and NATTC "fit" tributions on a purely voluntary country by returning G.I.'s, the

Physical Training Departments S basis. Coin boxes will be placed at U.' S. Treasury Department's Bu.

yesterday. strategic points about the stationto reau of Internal Revenue has begun

Nearly 200 men from scores of facilitate participation by all an intensive campaign to familiarize
hands. The total amount raised will
.Naval Air Training: States activities STATION PETS COME and go, but FUBAR goes on forever. be announced in the first issue of the public with the provisions
all over the United meet The lovable duck popped back in the news again when she was the JAX AIR NEWS followingthe of the National Firearms
hand for
will be on
I spotted making the rounds with a new companion. According to close of the campaign.
which will be run off in the huge Act of 1934-and has sought the
informed sources, the newcomer's name is Donald, but where he
20 and 21 February. While plans for the drive were
indoor pool on aid in this task.
from is about
came as big a mystery as FUBAR's origin. Anyhow.
announcement has been madeso not complete yesterday, it was be-
No FUBAR seems much happier now that she has someone to replace Under the provisions of the act,
the officials to whether lieved that no birthday or memo-
far as
by I
an aquacade will be held along the late Elmer in her affections. rial balls would be held on the It is mandatory that all fully automatic
firearms (those firing:
station. Movie shorts about the
with the racing program as was
I At Last more than one round with a single!
done at the last meet. disease, however, will be shownin
Again this year, races will be the station's movie theaters. pull of the trigger) be registered.
run off in meters and conducted, All money raised here is to be Registration may be accomplished
in heats during the afternoons. Full-Time Nursery OpensAt turned over to the Jacksonville at the nearest office of the Alcohol (
committee with one-half the funds Tax Unit without cost. Hera
The finals will make up the pro-
retained by the local for in Jacksonville, the office is located -
gram for the evening sessions. NAS About 1
Freestyle races from 50 to 400 FebruaryA equipment, hospitalization, and in the Post Office Building.
meters are being scheduled, as treatment of polio victims and the Failure to comply with the requirements .
well as backstroke, breaststroke, full-time nursery, operating: on a 10-hour-a-day( other half forwarded to the Na- of this act is punishable .
relay, and diving events. Medals schedule, is expected to open at NAS on or about 1 February tional Foundation for research, by a sentence of five years
will be given for the first three under the direction of the Navy Wives Club, the JAX AIR education, and emergency aid to imprisonment and a fine of $2,000.
places in all events, and the winning NEWS learned this week. communities during epidemic outbreaks Selling or transferring these firearms
team will be awarded a beau- is also illegal except by the
The Nursery will be located the lower deck of
tiful trophy. on Bldg. The foundation was founded in payment of the $200 tax How.
Last year, NAS was the scene 1101, the former CPO Club. The Navy Wives Club uses the 1938 by the late President Franklin ever, if the guns have been ren
I ef the first annual championships: building as headquarters and has D. Roosevelt, himself a sufferer dered unserviceable (which shouldbe
which were a tremendous suc its meeting rooms on the second sitter from the dread malady. Its annual done anyway as a matter of
cess. This station, facing the meet deck. When the nursery becomes a "March of Dimes" plea is the one public safety), they may be trans.
without a team, went to work- Although operations 'will com- reality, personnel will have to appeal it makes each year for ferred tax-free as war trophies up..
and in a few short weeks whippedup mence on a limited scale, eventually thank the Navy Wives for makingan funds to carry on the fight against I' on submission of the proper formto
an outfit which copped second the nursery will be staffed by idea come true. Realizing the poliomyelitis.> the Commissioner of Internal
. place and nearly nosed out the sufficient personnel to handle tots' (Continued on rage 2)) (Continued on rage 8) Revenue, Washington, D. C.
Ottumwa squad for the No. 1 spot. of all ages during the day and
,The same thing wiU have to be evenings. Rates are being set by I MAIIUSIDE NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATION I
Hone again this year, as NAS at the hour and by the month so as
1, present does not have a swim to offer the utmost in service to I S 5T-
, quad. both working mothers and those '
4B& The annual meet was conceived who merely wish to spend a few
"for the average Navy swimmer, hours shopping or accompany their II I s sS S.II .
since swimming: can play such an husbands to dinner and a show. a
important role in survival at sea. Children of both officer and en-
By stimulating interest in the aquatic -I listed personnel will be acommo- S. S
I art, it is hoped more men dated. -'SSS o
Sr !
I, will become proficient swimmers.FAdditions Opening of the nursery will be : ,
r to the if I
program any the fulfillment of a longcherisheddream
will merely add spice and variety of Navy families here P
for the entertainment of spectators I :
In this connection, the spa
cious 165-foot pool will be openedto ATTENTION NAVY WIVES! I : '
naval personnel and civilians. The Navy'Win.. Club of '
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, Jacksonville! is sponsoring/ .
: o.
Age Limits Upped For Open House Party for all Navy :

Transfer To USN In \\i\p on Friday, 10 January, S.
from 19JO to 2i30 in Building/ i y M4 -
. Certain CategoriesThe 1101 the former Chief Petty Officers -
Club. Game, prizes, and :!
limits all ranks have
age in refreshments!' ailbe provided. S
,. been upped three years for Re- All vive"*, of men in the U. S. fa, 'Sr
serve and temporary USN and Navy and Marine Corp", are cordially ( ,
I Marine officers desiring to trans- Invited to attend. -
fer to the Regulars in the Medical,
waY sa
AADental, Hospital, and Medical Ailed -
corps, as well as Since the close of the nursery at r rtI
those applying for transfer as legal Dewey Park, working mothers s
specialists, according to Al- have had a difficult time in find-
Nav 632-46 ing a suitable place for their children
Officers in these categories no during the day. CumberlandRoad
i longer need submit their applica- though the nearest to NAS,
tions within six months from their was still too far away to be con- .5 ,

release to inactive duty or resigna- venient. ;' .
tion, it was also stated. The new nursery is expected to
If application for transfer is be far more popular than the old
made prior to 1 March 1017, offi- one in Dewey Park: Hundreds of NEW YEAR'S EVE at NAS was a big nlte A gala party was held at Malnside Auditorium with.
cers made eligible under this Al- Navy wives will undoubtedly take noisemakers hats, and other typical New Year's trimmings. Perky, saucy, little Mr. 1917 was given a
Nav will not lose precedence as a advantage of the evening service royal welcome by the celebrating bluejackets and their dancing partners as the band struck up tho ."
result of having been on inactive leaving their children in trained strains of Auld Lang Syne and the lights winked out to signify 12 midnight. The event wound-up

duty. hands rather than call in a "baby one of the most successful holiday programs in the history of the station. .'

9 January 1947 JAX AIR NEWS Page Thre

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4-No, 43 9 January 1947

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


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March Of Dimes Campaign To Be

Conkced Here 153OJanuary..

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Big Event Is THERE'S TWO OF THEM JIG HIM Coin Boxes Will Be Set Up

Scheduled For 1 At NAS For ContributionsContributions

to the "March of Dimes" will be accepted
$ h.x
20 And 21 Feb. aL NAS beginning next Wednesday in conjunction with the

annual fund raising appeal of the National Foundation for

Station Will Play I Infantile Paralysis which is being conducted throughout the -

Host To Mermen From nation from 15 through 30 January.

Many Naval Activities Captain R. M. Askin has been designated as the 7th

Having proved itself an out- the Naval drive District, and Chaplain I
Stevenson will act as All AutomaticFire
standing: host last year, NAS
Jacksonville has been selected E the W campaign Andrews at is heading Arms Must

again as the site of the fort at NATTC, and Lt.

annual Naval Air Training S. D. Cunningham has Be RegisteredAlarmed
'Athletic Conference Swim I to conduct the drive at

ming Championships to be Hospital.No by the number of au
actual solicitation
held next month, it was an- made in departments, tomatic firearms brought into the

nounced by NAS and NATTC tributions on a purely country by returning G.I.'s, the

Physical Training Depart- G I basis. Coin boxes will be U.' S. Treasury Department's Bu.
ments yesterday. I strategic points about the reau of Internal Revenue has be
,V I
Nearly 200 men from scores of to facilitate participation intensive to fa.
_._ gun an campaign
---------------- -- hands. The total amount
.Naval Air all Training the United Command States activities STATION PETS COME and go, but FUBAR goes on forever. be announced in the first miliarize the public with the pro.visions .
over The lovable duck popped back in the news again when she was
will be hand for the big meet the JAX AIR NEWS ( of the National FirearmsAct
on spotted making the rounds with a new companion. According to the close of the campaign.While
which will be run off In the huge of 1934-and has sought theNavy's
informed sources, the newcomer's name is Donald but where he
indoor pool on 20 and 21 February plans for the aid in this task.
came from is about as big a mystery as FUBAR's origin. Anyhow,
No announcement has been made not complete yesterday, it
FUBAR seems much happier now that she has someone to replacethe Under the provisions of the act,
so far by the officials as to whether lieved that no birthday or
an aquacade will be held along late Elmer in her affections. rial balls would be held 8)I it is mandatory that all fully au.
tomatic firearms (those firing
station. Movie shorts
with the racing program as was
At Los more than one round with a single
done at the last meet. I disease, however, will be
Again this year, races will be in the station's movie pull of the trigger) be registered.
run off in meters and conducted All money raised here Registration may be accomplishedat
in heats during the afternoons. Nursery OpensAt turned over to the the nearest office of the Alco
,The finals will make up the pro- committee with one-half hol Tax Unit without cost. Herein
gram for the evening sessions. I retained by the local Jacksonville, the office is located .
NAS About 1
Freestyle races from 50 to 400 FebruaryA equipment, in the Post Office Building.

peters are being scheduled, as treatment of polio victims Failure to comply with the requirements .
well as backstroke, breaststroke, full-time nursery, operating on a IG-hour-a-day other half forwarded to( of this act is punish. -
relay, and diving events. Medals schedule, is expected to open at NAS on or about 1 February tional Foundation for able by a sentence of five years
will be given for the first three under the direction of the Navy Wives Club, the JAX AIR education, and emergency imprisonment and a fine of $2,000.
place in all events, and the winning NEWS learned this week. communities during Selling or transferring these firearms *
team will be awarded a beau- breaks. is also illegal except by the
The will be located the lower
Nursery deck of
tiful trophy. on Bldg. The foundation was payment of the $200 tax. However
Last year NAS was the scene 1101, the former CPO Club. The Navy Wives Club uses the I 1938 by the late President if the guns have been ren
6f the first annual championshipswhich building as headquarters and has lin D Roosevelt, himself a dered unserviceable (which shouldbe
were a tremendous success its meeting rooms on the second sitter. from the dread malady. Its done anyway as a matter of
. This station facing the meet deck. When the nursery becomes a "March of Dimes" plea is public safety), they may be trans.
without a team, went to work- Although operations will com- reality, personnel will have to appeal it makes each ferred tax-free as war trophies upon .
and In a few short weeks whippedup mence on a limited scale, eventually thank the Navy Wives for makingan funds to carry on the fight submission of the proper formto
an outfit which copped second the nursery will be staffed by idea come true Realizing the I poliomyelitis. the Commissioner of Internal
place and nearly nosed out the sufficient personnel to handle tots (Continued on rage 2) (Continued on rage Revenue, Washington, D, C.
Ottumwa squad for the No. 1 spot. of all ages during the day and --- -
,The same thing wiu have to be evenings. Rates are being set by I MAINS IDE NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATION Uo
Hone: again this year, as NAS at the hour and by the month so as
present does not have a swim to offer the utmost in service to

squad. both working mothers and those f, yQ
The annual meet was conceived'for who merely wish to spend a few
the average Navy swimmer, hours shopping or accompany their
since! swimming can play such an husbands to dinner and a, show. .U
important role in survival at sea. Children of both officer and enlisted r l i :
By stimulating interest in the aquatic personnel will be acommo- :
art, it is hoped more men dated. I 1

will become proficient swimmers. Opening of the nursery will be
Additions to the program, If any, the I
fulfillment of a longcherisheddream
will merely add spice and variety of Navy families here. a4.
:for the entertainment of spectators -
In this connection the spacious :

165-foot pool will be openedto ATTENTION NAVY WIVES! w:4:
naval I
personnel. and civilians The Navy Wives Club of
Jacksonville!! Is sponsoring! an
Age Limits Upped For Open HOUHO Party for all Navy j

Transfer To USN 'In vtite on Friday, 10 January,
from 1930 to 2230 in Bulkling
Certain Categories 1101, the former Chief Petty Officers -

Club. Game, prizes, and
The age limits in all ranks have refreshment! will be provided.
been upped three years for Re- AH wives of men in the U. S. g ,
serve and temporary USN and Navy and Marine Corps are cordially -
Marine officers desiring to trans- Invited to attend.
fer to the Regulars in the Medical,
Hospital( and Medical Ai -
.-Dental corps, as well as Since the close of the nursery at ,.
applying for transfer as legal Dewey Park, working mothers t'b
specialists, according to Al- have had a difficult time in find-
Nav 63246. ing a suitable place for their chil-
Officers in these categories no dren during the day. CumberlandRoad
longer need submit their applica- though the nearest to NAS,
tions within six months from their was still too far away to( be con- .

release to inactive duty or resigna- venient. i ;
tion, it was also stated.If The new nursery is expected to '. '. .' j, --it
application for transfer is be far more popular than the old
made prior to 1 March 1017, officers one in Dewey Park, Hundreds of NEW YKAIt'S EYE at NAS was a big nite. A gala party was held at Malnside Auditorium with,
made eligible under this Al- Navy wives will undoubtedly take noisemakers, hats, and other typical New Year's trimmings. Perky, saucy, little Mr. 1947 was given a
Nav will not lose precedence as a advantage of the evening service royal welcome by the celebrating bluejackets and their dancing partners as the band struck up the
result of having been on inactive -leaving their children in trained trains of Auld Lang Syne and the lights winked out to signify 12 midnight The event wound-up
duty. hands rather than call in A "babjr- pne of the most successful: holiday programs in the history of the station.

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lUre duty eligibility requirements were clarified -

and eased recently in BuPers Circ Ltr. 249-46. Though

requirements may be changed from time, those ex- '

isting are : : f a i.

Aviation branch ratings must have accumulated two :

years continuous sea and overseas service ; hospital corns ( i.V

I ratings, two years; yeomen and 1
t Ypr storekeepers, three years; all other -
ratings, pay grade 4 and below
three years; all other ratings, pay t tI
grades 1, 1A, 2 and 3, four years I
Y Personnel must also have more
VE SI than two years obligated serviceat
y ,1,1I
the time ordered to shore duty
or have declared intention to *
re- ,
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By SKIPPER EDGE SPS)2cThe ( enlist or extend enlistment If ordered ? r j
New Year started off witha to shore duty. I 081cl41 u s. rtavy Photo I

bang and now most everyone is Total continuous sea and overseas NEWEST CARRIER to Join the Fleet the USS PhilWith the USS Leyte, she comprises- a new ranks
back in the fold. Some came back I duty will be the controlling ippine Sea took her- shakedown in Caribbean waters, division of the Atlantic Fleet.

wearing a ring on that well known factor: in selecting personnel for -- ---
left hand and now answer to another transfer to shore duty.

name. The first to take the Requests for placement on shore Eleven Examinations
walk was one of our MAA's duty eligibility list must be for- Hospital
"Mike" Mayo. She now answersto warded, via channels, to the Chiefof Announced By NAS
the name of Arter and the lucky Naval Personnel Overseas shore I'
Civil Service BoardEleven
guy is stationed in Charleston S. activities are under the jurisdic- ChatterBy
C. That part not being so lucky, tion of fleet commanders and requests examination for '
eh, Mike ? Thelma Hall took the : for duty therein should be pro .
vows and became Mrs.; % Nicky. A I addressed to them. Lois Everhart batlonal appointments were announced -
resident of Jax, Thelma is lucky Men who have hardship cases Members of the Hospital Choir this week by the Board

to be stationed here' at NAS. Another and who do not meet eligibility enjoyed a delightful boat trip on By J, F. HELEN ACMMIt of 1. S. Civil Service Examiners -
holiday wedding was that requirements submit 28 December when they boarded a
may requests, here In'hult'dt're Chauffeur
of Blanche Unville, Ylc, to E. F. together with substantiating docu- water taxi and chugged down the was a very interesting sIghtto j -
Sullivan, former Navy man of ments, for assignment to shore St. John' river for an afternoonof the kiddies Aircraft Mechanic Motor,
see approachinggood
Hickory, N. C. Blanche took her duty for a period not to exceed sightseeing and fun. A portable Helper' General, Helper Aircraft
vows at 2100 19 December in old Saint Nick at the Xmas
on four radio and cameras were carried
months. If
General' Aircraft
a Mechanic
longer period Helper -
a double ring ceremony, which than four months is along to add to the. amusements party held for them at the CPO
took place in her father-in-law's may be made for necessary dependency request -- during the trip. Dancing and sing- Club on Monday afternoon, 23 De- Instrument Maker, Helper
church at Hickory. It was an informal discharge. ing, along with the delicious refreshments cember 1946. There were presentsand Electrician, Helper' Madilnst,
wedding Blanche will soon prepared by Chaplainand goodies for all the children Helper' Metalsmltli( Helper< I'ipw-
be gut of the Navy and able to Mrs. Menges: made for an enjoyable whose names were submitted before -
Sheetmetal Worker
be with her husband. To all you ] as well as eventful trip. the eighteenth If any child fitter, Helper -
Full Time I and Helper "'ood""orker.Ueadllnt' .
new brides, we'd like to wish you One afternoon for such a trip justisn't missed out we're sure that Santa
the best and loads of happiness. and should I got to him before his return to for tin filing of applications
long enough, you

(Continued from Page 1)) the North Pole. Is 27 January, 1947.
Some girls took off to see Florida have seen the expression on every-
need for such a project, althoughjust Xmas Eve time for Appointments) from registers'
during the holidays and some one's faces as they discovered they was a mer-
went even further south. Have you a new organization, they were turned around and headingfor ] riment and dancing at the Club. resulting from these examinations -
noticed Jan Boyle and "Sammie" made the nursery their No. 1 aim. home. Some day we hope to go All hands had a goqd time. There will be probatlonal and
Davis sporting evidence that they As getting the nursery startedis in a larger boat and spend the day. were well over 75 couples in at- appointees' will acquire" a clarified -
had really been out in the sun? a tremendous job, the club needs Everyone wishes to express his tendance. The orchestra did a very civil service' status at the
Both are peeling beautifully after all the aid and co-operation it can gratitude to Chaplain Menges for fine job and may we extend our completion of the probationary,
the trip down the West Coast of get and is conducting an all-out making all the necessary arrangements heartiest thanks to them. period. Persons now employed' in
Florida. They ended up over at drive for members. Meetings are ,I for the trip and to Mrs. A vote of thanks at this time is any of the positions for which
Deerfield Beach near Boca Raton conducted every Thursday at 1330 I I Menges for the delicious refreshments in order for the help rendered the examinations! have been announced -
at.the home of Pat Davis, a former in the clubhouse and nursery service served. entertainment committee in decorating should apply for the
WAVE, and there spent New Is provided for mothers attend the club for the festivi examination if they do net already -
Year's Eve. Margaret (Corchy) ing. While the club's program is I Patients at the hospital were ties. A very excellent job was 1ma clarified' tatiMand
Krauchalis also attended. A good not yet complete, it Is planned to given a quia on the Gridiron Con- done. wish to remain' in the f"*l-

time was had by all. Taking off have sewing and knitting classes, test pertaining to the annual Bowl Did you attend our New Year's eral service.
farther south were Rose Mary socials, cooking classes for new en New Year's Day. After the pig- Eve party? If you didn't you sure The entrance> rate for the positions
Devine, CSpY( ) and Marie Des brides, and other events. One broad skin took an awful beating, two missed the time of your life. There are $1.32 per hour for
mond, CSK Heading for Guanta- purpose of the club] is to render I winners emerged-Wasko, A-6 and was a buffet supper and a floorshow Aircraft Mechanic' (Motor, $.90
namo Bay first, they spent a won- assistance to Navy families when Carroll, A7.Nineteen that was really a knockout.The per hour for Chauffeur while
derful day, and Marie stayed in needed. show starred the original all helper' positions pay $.81. .:The
her first Quonset hut. Then on to Until a charter is obtained from patients attended the Sonny Boy and his troupe of performers salary is based on the .Manuaru
San Juan where they spent a gala the national organization, the following annual "Gator Bowl" football gameon and the dance lasted until Federal work week' of 40 hours
New Years Eve attending the women are serving as tem- New Year's Day and saw the 0200 in the morning.At and overtime will be paid for
citation dance with all the trim- porary officers: Mrs. Harold Har- Oklahoma Bears trample over work in excess: of the regular
mings, noisemakers, hats, etc. ris, president; Mrs. Jean Rostin, North Carolina State our regular Saturday eve- work week'
ning dance, once again Sonny Boy
Taking a tour of the Island vice president; Mrs. Anton Papich,
and his troupe entertained the Full particulars\ may be obtained
Jr., secretary; and Mrs. Edward Now hear this! Do want
they disrovered the grass huts you a guests with his mellow voice and from the Board in Building
which the people live in. And then Damask, treasurer. Mrs. Adin beautiful blonde in your arms? ? ? his wit. 450, extension' 6A4.
to their hearts delight, a shopping Sponseller, Jr., is chairman of the If so, why be one way? Attend,
trip. Everything to see Shoes, welfare committee, Mrs. Damask the annual dancing classes in the. Our regular Tuesday evening
materials, alligator bags, and heads the entertainment committee Red Cross recreation hall at 1930 Bingos have once again been resumed atmosphere will by far outclaaa
per- and all of good peopleare that of any place in town or the
fume comprising the bulk of it. Mrs. W. T. Shoemaker directs every Wednesday night. you
They were startled to find that the the nursery committee, while Mrs cordially invited to attend surrounding area. For a dollar and
families with babies can't get fresh Papich handles publicity for the Straight from Jacksonville, Come one, come all, and try to I a quarter you can get a steak that
take home some of the It will melt in mouth. You
club. prizes. your
milk for the little ones. I'm all for many beautiful Rainbow girls will
starts at 1945 and ends at 2245.We're brown-baggers and single laths can
sending a cow down. All in all, bring "rays of sunshine" to the
sure that in the past year get your lunches up there, also.
Rose Mary and Marie had a won- Rainbow Night Club, located at the
derful time and ended by saying, swing. If you have any suggestionsof auditorium in the hospital Ship's all enjoyed our little games and Since CPO Notes was not included -
"We were graciously treated, everyone things you'd like to do, contact Service Building. The Rainbow; will continue to this year of in the New Year edition
was wonderful to us." Welfare.' Be glad to help you out. Night Club will present their danceof 1947.' last week, we'd like to take this
That's the way we like to hear With the heavy schedule comingup 14 January, 1917 in honor of Did you know that suppers were opportunity to wish all chiefs and
you talk. for the WAVES Basketball the Rainbow girls. All patients be being served at the club? You their families a "Very Happy New
Here are some of the new girls team, we expect a large backing on hand for the grand opening! I chiefs whose wives have been work- Year" with the hope that the com-
who have reported aboard, Rena from you gals in the barracks. I Orchestra from NATTC-refresh- ing their fingers to the bone cook- ing year will prove to be the most
Derfuss, PhM2c; Fern Homquest, Come on out and cheer the galson ments. Looks like the Red Cross : ing, mending socks, washing your successful one In the history of
PhMlc; Rita Sherer, CSk; Phyl- to victory. Games are set for is really starting the new year off 'gear, and so forth, give the little the club here.
lis Hay, CPhM Joan Barrett, PhM Friday, 10 Jan. and Saturday, 11 with a bang. :: woman a break and take her to To all those who helped make
2s; Arlene Krose, PhM2c; and Jan, at Mainside, starting at 1900. supper at the Air Station' best the holiday season program BO '
Virginia Harrington, PhM3c. Good Let 8 back the girls in blue and Delores Bussey has gone to New club house. Yes, sir, it sure will outstanding, we wish to say once
luck to all you gals; we hope you gold. How about itT York for three weeks to attend make the little woman happy. The again our_heartiest Thanks.." a

find NAS Jax to your liking We see that Ida Free is sporting recreation school We'll be .,.
With the holidays over, our rec- a 1940 Plymouth. Nice going, forward to her return with a'i
reation program goes into full Ida. and more ideas on entertainment.
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Nell Legow, PHMlc, had a VIS- F .

itor, Margaret Llewellyn, SPV)3c( ,
I from Patuxent River, Md., during ,
New Year's holidays. I II .

I I r ; ?r i-- +- ; aIf
I We didn't know that Dr. Ruthig

was competing with Rembrandt in r+ A : d
art. but the news is out! Congratu ;
Y's s ; lations! Mr. Artist. i

Miss Blaisdell was honored at a !

surprise birthday party at the
Nurses' Quarters, 3 January /
,; I : fr

Among the sportsmen! and
sportswomen on the hospital staff I
I tennis tournaments are being contemplated -
I 1 in the near future, it 13
:i rumored, and from all accounts
I will offer stiff competition to Main
i ,. ni 1 side.It.
s, R r r 1 I Ii .i

seems that Dr Truder is having -

i double duty making up for his ,,
Christmas leave now that Lt "Doc" Bucher la in St Pete. i

Okanogan, Wa*h, ( )
SEA SEA-Wed-//
ding vows exchanged Official l V 8. Jftvt Photo
broke into tears and from I DUMMY and airplane toelcplt seat are fired into the air in test at

Official! UI.. Navy Photo the house Bridegroom Eldon Barker Philadelphia Naval Air Material Center The idea is for the dummy

THE 8EABEF8, ont of the roughest outfits of any war, are now fire a deputy sheriff, had accidentally -j' to fall into that Met, and the tests. are to determine a way to safely!

,..,. old. Here's how they built the Rod to Tokyo. dropped a tear" gas bomb .j J. ei pilots! from plane at high atlt! d.w and high speeds.
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I Marc Anthony: "I want to see b
I Cleopatra.
Slave: "She's in bed with laryngitis -
s Marc: "Darn those Greeks"One

cigarette to another cigarette II I

"I 'hope I don't get" lit tonightand

f make an ash of myself."

It i* by the goodness of God
that in our country we have those' THURSDAY

f V three unspeakably precious things: "SUSIE STEPS OUT" with David Bruce. Show at 2000 only. )
Freedom of speech, freedom of
conscience and the prudence never
to practice either. "SAN,QUENTIN" starring Lawrence Tierney. Show at 2000 only.

Tlin teacher was" explaining the "MY DARLING CLEMENTINE" featuring Henry. Fonda and Lin
4 dolphin and It!* habita. da Darnell. Shows at 1130, 1730 and 2000.

"And children," salt she, "a MONDAY"THE
ATTRACTIVE, easy, built for comfort on the beach-that's this trick single dolphin ulll have) as many MIGHTY McGUIRK," with Wallace Beery. Show at 2000
I little backrest. Anne Jeffreys of IIKO done!I not come with it. at two thousand babie!" only.

"Goodness!" d"lm..tI the pu TUESDAY: AND WEDNESDAY

pil. "And how many d<) the> "LOVE LAUGHS. AT ANDY HARDY", starring Mickey Rooney.
Officers' Wives I Photographs Taken married one! have?'* Show at 2000 only.

Club Launched At : From \V-2! Rocket 40 ther.She: Oh, good, you asked fa- JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM .'

I I Ha: No, dear I'ie just been in THURSDAY: AND FRIDAY
MAS Last Month II 'Miles/ Above Earth an duto accident. "LADY IN THE LAKE," starring Robert Montgomery. Show at

I 2000 only.
The newly formed Officers' j I (SEA)-For the first time in SATURDAY
launched I history, photographs were taken STRIKER
Wives Club was formally "THE BRUTE MAN", with Tom Neal and Jane Adams. Show at
from 40 miles above the earth. The
last month with Mrs. Ralph Davi- pictures were made by gun-type. 2000 only.

son opening the initial session motion picture cameras installedby SUNDAY

Mrs. Hopkins served as the first Navy scientists! in the tail of a ; "SAN QUENTIN," featuring Lawrence Tierney. Show at 2000 only

chairman. I V-2 rocket fired at White Sands, cP A1 MONDAY AND TUESDAY
N. 1\(. The rocket reached a heightof "MY DARLING CLEMENTINE" starring Henry Fonda and Linda
A number of have been
groups 102 miles above the earth, but VOTESTRIKER Darnell. Show at 2000 only.
"formed within the club. The Child only the film recorded at the 40-
Welfare Group is headed by Mrs. jR. j mile mark was reproduceable. I THE MIGHTY McGUIRK," with Wallace Beery. Show at 200(1( (
C Johnson. Mrs. W. E; Gent- The rocket sped through spaceat only. ,
3,600 miles an hour-a mile a i
ner is the chairman of the Book
I secondand traveled 200 overland I
Review Group, and Mrs. O. W OTHER EVENTS
miles in 10 minutes. The New Mex- I
Leidel is leader of the Music
ico landscape was barely
Group. Other groups include the nizable in the film. IlINGO l"AItTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
1 Sewing and Knitting Group and ATHLETIC GEAR-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
3 the Bawling Group. Several more The high-altitude photographswere Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, topside
-Interior Decoration, Art, and blurred by vibrations from Bldg. 726, 0300-1700 on work days.
be formed if the rocket's roaring exhaust and
Bridge-will specialists MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP Rear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2409(
by shock waves from the mile-a- I-
be found to lead them it
can I
was announced. second speed.Encouraged. daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
BOWLING-Six alleys located In Mainsida Recreation Building #'
The next is by the results of the
scheduled for general the 29th meeting of this test the scientists hope to obtain No. 3, Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays; 1700-
photographs from 100 miles above i 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
do hard I
month Why' some men try so
the earth by using extremely high tit ytt elected to Congress, when i I BOXING{ For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.

{ hllll TO :SHORE TEST speed camera. shutters.. there M such a scarcity of plumbers I Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
mid the pay is so much better 1500.
Tests an being conducted (SEA)-Chinese wives of Amer-
f MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the! Reception Center, located in
aboard Navy ships 20-50 miles ican citizens are now on a non- the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
off Norfolk, Va., which basis for
might pert quota immigration pur-
their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding
Two were sitting on a recep
mit aboard guys
a man a to Until
ship put poses. recently they were
I bench. One turned to the other tions by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-phjo-
( a telephone call through to any included in the yearly quotas for
and said, "I'm aching from neuralgia nograyh available for use of all hands.
the U. S. distance
placT in Regular long admission of Chinese to this coun-
lines would be used. try. ." I LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build.

"Howdy," replied the other, ing No. J. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
I YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough "I'm Slim Jackson from, Oak- from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100. *

land." SHIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming,
I 1800-2100 daily, Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100
The worst thing about history.. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.

.., that every time it repeats itself GOLF Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun.
'" the price goes up. day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House.. Bathing
trunks prohibited on Golf Course.

Chaplain: "Are you" saving half ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
of what ?
you earn cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300 Located south of Mason
i S2c: "No sir, I can't get that Field.
,TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train

The best way to preserve your ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and

j wedding ring M to dtp it in dishwater Yorktown Roads).

three times a day.I I KASKETHALL Practice Monday through Friday starting
at 1630.
want a bottle of iodine.

Sorry, but this is a drug store.
Can't I interest you in an alarm
clock some nice leather goods a
,. few radio parts, or a toasted
cheese sandwich? b.

II I Conscience: The voice that tells
you not to ilo something after'
you've done it. 'I r

I[ She said, "The stars, the sea
,1 I\ and I, we all belong together"
Lrn, ,, .'. '_ I f l ) I so 1 pushed her in.
/I'.fll,y,LL d r / l I I w
II Bus driver: No smoking, sir. WY"Are <

I I Sailor: I'm not smoking.
..I t {
Driver: You've got your pipe in

your mouth.

Sailor: I've got my shoes on too, You Sure This is the Lib
w.ui Jf uf,+'.. Ue ale l tt i.,1 l) ''', '.. but ['m not walking erty Launch, Georere?" I I
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TOUGH LIFE: By Sleeves
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Editorial Office

South Wing:, Lower Deck, Bldg. 930 NeIDS OndViews fnmStation:6:
Telephone Extension 8181 SIPPIY ,

Arthur M. Greene, Editor

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no

expense to the government and In compliance with Until a man has reached an age of accountability ,
SecNav Circular Letter 4 -526, 28 May 1945. Copiesare
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air and achieved some degree of .

Station the Naval Air Technical Training Center, maturity, his ideas of right and "wrong are, \

the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train- for the most part, not his own. They are,

Ing Command, Headquarters of the Seventh Naval rather, the ideas of those adults who have
Air Station Cecil Field,
District, Auxiliary
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval been responsible for his life as a baby and

Hospital. youth. He refrains from doing certain things
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davlaon. ,*.?_ because he has been told that they are / + 6
Commandant Seventh Naval District ywe
,: Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training wrong, and he does other things becausehe t i + t

Captain Brady, USN. Commanding has been told that they are right. I 1 1 t ,

Jacksonville Naval Air Station There time however when 'I t 1
comes a a' i /
Captain Howard V. Hopkln' USN, Commanding man begins to make his own moral decisions. : 1 r ,, J,, Yt 'I ,1 tc
Training Center .
Naval Air Technical He no longer refrains from a certain action : 'I 1/ t r r.

Captain Robert U M.. S.Gillett Naval(MC Hospital), USN. Commanding merely because someone else told him it was 4\:

Prieetman wrong. He figures it ouf for himself, and f;r'. I,t ,
USNR. CommandingNaval
Captain! F. W.
Air Reserve Training Unit acts in that way because he himself be- ; y

Lt. Col. T. C. Moor. Jr, USMC Commanding lieves it to be right or to be wrong. ., etnti, ,, t

Maria Barrack This is as it should be. No one can develop -

Comdr. .Jules F. Schumacher, USN Commanding any kind of moral character until he ,

Naval Air Gunnery Bang stands on his own feet and makes his own de .

Captain W. O. Burch Jr. USN Commanding Held cisions. He cannot go through his life tied I1';"(.,,,...
Air Station Cecil
Naval Auxiliary to somebody's apron strings. lie must decide You flay that you here uniting In line, too, to call MC?"

Capt Marine Alexander Aviation M. Uetactunent Hearn.,; USMC for himself on matters of conduct, and then '

abide by his decisions. To be sure, that does &oisir
NEWS receive Shlp'i Editorial Awoctatton ma
The JAX AIR Commercial
terlal. Republication of credited matter prohibited without not mean that he should not draw upon the ;
permission of SEA. Wa.hlngton'25. D. C. Republication of any wisdom and experience of other people
ether matter except by aervic. publications. U prohibited Bulletin
without permiMlon of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. parents, teachers, friends, the church, society One of the better historical novels

and the heritage of the past. But in' Bulletins Mill be accepted untilspace to be published recently is
the last analysis, he must make the particular has been filled but no later Odell and Willard Shepard. Tho by
Kiddie Party PostscriptThe decision himself. than 1000 Tuesl1a)'. Ext. 8230.
novel covers the period of the Revolution -

Annual Children's Christmas Partyat The question I want to inject here is: How FOR SALE I and the early 1800's, in.
1941 Ford convertible coupe, new motor, eluding the burning of New Lon
NAS is more than a get-together of naval can a man tell right from wrong? He is on radio, heater. New top. A-l condition don, the years of westward expansion -

personnel who bring their youngsters to see his own, I have said. Very well, but there Fee at 3442B Taylor :St.. Dewey ,Park and the War of 1812. Holdfast -
after 1530 or contact: thief Deig ext.
Santa Claus. are many, many areas of conduct where the 711. Gaines, the hero, is an In- -. .

tots from local orphanageshave line between right and wrong is not at al 1936 Ford condition.convertible coupe fair. Good Motor radio In dian. Brought up by an American
Every good Body
family, the motivating factors in
turned into a joyous I distinct. Here is a sincere, high-minded per- and heater $500 cash. Ext. 8233.:
their Christmas 1941 Buick special four door, 4. motor his life are the struggle betweenhis
occasion when, as guests of the Navy, they son who says that to do thus-and-so is new two-tone paint job; new tires two loyalties and his attemptto
participate in our big party and receive wrong, contrary to all principles of morality I and tube St.,. NAS.A-l condition. 1331A Randolph weld the Interests of the two

St. Nick. and religion. But here is another person, 1941 Oldsmobile four door radio and nations together. The book is writ-
gifts from heater. Call or lee after 1700 on work- ten in such a way that this periodof
sincere and who
letters one from an offi- equally high-minded, says Ing day*. 672 Meteor St, Murray Hill. American
The following history really cornea
that to do thus-and-so is right in Phone 2-7959.
others alive. different of novel
the For
and a type
cial of one of the orphanages, 1940 Indian motorcycle Good condition
waifs will gladden the accord with the principles of morality and Contact En.. E. 1[. Schmidt Bid*. of the American spirit, EAST RIV-
from two homeless religion. What to do? What is right, and @03. koom 152, or call ext. 688.! Phone ER by Shalom Asch pictures life
had in this project : 2-9263 between 0800 and 1100.
hearts of all who a part
York in
what is wrong? Champion out-board motor, new Contact on the East Side of New
J, W. Kennedy. Flight Test Hangar 116, a poor Jewish neighborhood in the
USN I assume that everyone who reads these or see at 1312A Randolph St., NAS. early 1900's.
Captain Francis Lee Albert, Complete itock of new and used motor
lines has faced that how
just problem to
USNAS : for model rae. cart and model airplanes One of the most famous lawsuits
Station Chaplain, tell what is right and what is wrong? There- ; alto several uin d race car ever tried in the United States waa
Florida and kits for model airplane. Contact
Jacksonville, fore, I would like to pass on some sugges- Chief Hubbard, NAS Hobby Shop. that of Myra Clark Gaines For

Albert tions, in the form of questions, that Two (50x16 tire, new $25. Ext. 6&4. sixty years, from 1835 to 1895, she
Dear Captain : and Radio-phonograph combination, table model fought to clearer mother's name
should consider when complete with record 410 ihot-gun,
person making a mo-
and to win for herself vast New
favorable 1331A Randolph St., NAS. a
We continue to hear so many new.
ral decision. These questions are not original Radio-phonograph combination, table mod Orleans property. The FAMOUS

comments from our children on the lovely with me, as I jotted them down from a book el, new New.ladiea' .bicycle. two lightsand CASE OF MYRA CLARK

party which you and your associates gave I[ read some years ago. When a man has difficulty baiket.breakfast Phone table 262(9.Folding with four chair GAINES by Nolan Bailey Harmon

to them on ChristmasEve.. We are most whether is See at 14J5A Child St.. NAS. Ext. I is a documented account of the
a thing right or '
119, Cayton. case which also records a great.
grateful to you and we trust that you will wrong, let him ask himself the following Baby banlnette, already trimmed beau deal
of early New Orleans history.Harnett
tifully, like new See at 4789 Myrtle-
Thank You Representativeto
act as our Special questions concerning that particular action: wood Rd., Rlverdale Garden" Phone Thomas Kane has writ

all who had a part in making this possible.Not Is[ it sensible? Is it sportsmanlike? Does it Youth 21066.bed complete Ilk. new 1138 Suit' ten a fictionized version of the)
only are we grateful for the lovely have the approval of my best self? Can it derland Road, Lakeshore same case entitled NEW ORLEANS ".'
Grey wool Ihl 12 baby blue lull, WOMAN. He adheres t4
time and the gifts which the children received -I stand complete publicity? Rows :will it come two-piece,cast new. Mr. Fries: 1S40B Ran the main facts and makes it very

but for: the transportation which I out in the end? Three dolph room St.. NAS.of furniture, Include sewing 'readable story.

was provided.Our ChaplainYilliam R, Stevenson machine, diihe Chief Btlderback, I A good vocabulary is an asset tq
ext. 8353, or lee at HI 10 Child St.,
children have written the enclosed NAS. anyone, and if you are interestedin

letters which they ask that we send to you -*r Three room of furniture, Include bed increasing yours, study THEI
Innerspring mattress. chair, two extra WAY TO VOCABULARY POWER
table, two floor lamp., sofa bed,
pressing their appreciation. rag
arm (chair three end table., de.lI. radio, AND CULTURE by Wilfred Funk.A ..
With every good wish for 1947 Had a Navy Research breakfast let with extra table, dishes book from which many of ufl
and cooking uteniil. R J. !Roger 1440B
continuing appreciation, am Child. St.. NAS. could probably get some pointer*

SEA-Cosmic from outside the Furniture, Include. living room suite two is a collection of sermons on postwar
yery sincerely yours, ( rays bedroom tuite. A-l condition. Vtllliam, Christianity by Dr. Harry

earth have far greater atom-smashing pow- ext. 2829.Bedroom suite. solid wood, natural color. Emerson Fosdick, ON BEING FIT

(Mrs.) PaulineVilder than of earthly origin. By goingas with vanity, bench, bed spring mat. TO LIVE WITH. Another booK
Assistant SuperintendentDear ers any ray tress and cheat of drawer; alto high- which contains much food for

high as possible into the atmosphere chair.Annex Can 1[. be P. teen Morgan at 4004D ext. 8309 Dewey Park thought 18 IDEAS HAVE
where cosmic are more numerous and Flve-piec tiring room suite bookcase, by Peter Howard. "This remar
Friends rays dinette let, bedroom
set dining room able work by one of Britain'lfmost
their more intense man hopes to be suite, new oil-burning heater, rug, electric
powers powerful writers the
i supplies
refrigerator Contact
Lt. Comdr.
I want to thank much for
: you so able to discover how this cosmic ray bombardment : G. E. Myeri, 5213 Colonial< Are., Lake- clue to the confused world picture
this shore.Thayer.
lovely Christmas party you gave us facing the democracies today."
takes place. baby carriage, $10; bab,'* bed for
year. Everything was lovely and :we all had I' car, 12.50. 1414A Child. St., NAS.

ft very good time. On this theory, scientists have, in the HIghchair, used four month. Ext. 8162, Dell II,., NATTC Personnel Office eiU28J
or Me at 1234A Hancock St.. NAB. or 736.
1 want to thank you and everyone else past, obtained observations at elevations of Dining room table, buffet, fix chair, Dr. Ride from Edgewood and Poet to KA5V!
Cunningham, ext. (60. Working hour 0800 Vo 1130. Ext. 91*,
who had a part in providing the party and 15,000-20,000 feet by great effort in settingup Four burner and oven kerosene itovt.Mr Greenway.
gifts. I got a beautiful compact :which I :will *. Waldrop. ext. 8239. Rider from Five Points to NAS. Working .
laboratories on mountain peaks. But now 1937 Ford two-door sedan, 8{ H.P. Fair hour. 0700 to 1545. Contact Lambert -
Always keep. tires and shape. Good transportation Emergency ft 124,
Repair! Hangar
food good and I know all this elaborate preparation of laboratorieson Priced for Immediate ..I.. Lt A. Tad. ext 8107.
: was very mountain tops is no longer ded, ext. 145. Hangar IK.Jhotgun Rider to bare expenses to California.Leaving ..
it too. necessary. 16 good condition, plus
everyone enjoyed eating gauge Jan 14 or 15. Call ute 307 or
This was my second year out there and Three B-29's, not long returned from Child four boxes St., of R. /. Roger, 1440B Two contact bedroom Gallego. Dldg. J12, NATTC.. N.
grim expeditions have been made avail- Wrist watch 17 jewel, Upton, Swiii made.waurPI'oof. or *
both times I enjoyed myself immensely. war children or pet. Will rent or buy. ExWov ,

1 I thank you again and wish you all a able to the Navy by the Army Air Forces for back, $50.automatic L(. Paul shockproof J. King, ,stainless ext.- *.

peacetime research. In these planes (93 Bldg. 726.
a very Happy; Nevi Year. con -room house, two oath with shower,
verted to flying laboratories, some of theworld's four bedroom, complete with automatic
Your friend team heat electric hot water beater 6
will seek 1 a'd
leading physicists answersto new electric range on Tlmuquana ltd.,
atom-smashing at elevations of 30,000- near NAB. Lot 120x120. Price $18.500.
Florence Colazzq
Call 24335.
40,000 feet. Four room of furniture! will sell completeor Al the Station Ch*"l.. Birmingham
Mr Road and M..tin Arena
I in part King phone 20220.
Based at the Naval Ordnance Test Station Protestant
; Dear Friends FOR KENT 0730 _
-Holy Communion Chaplain
Inyokern, Calif., the planes have had Bedroom with kitchen privilege and 0930w.. K. Stevenion.
I I appreciate the compact you all gave me. their guns replaced by scientific gear and rage. $10 per work. H. G Galloway ga Stamper.NATTO bervlce-Chaplala R. L.

I enjoyed the dinner very much. I saw power equipment, their bombs replaced by Front room room 287 for Administration mnn and wife Bliltr., Mr*. J. S, 0930-Sundny School Small Chapel.

all the pretty dolls the little girls got and data-gathering equipment. This will mark Wilkins. phone 7-60-S8. 1045-Chaplain.Uivtne Service W. R.*Stevenson-Chaplain F. L.
furnUhed ,
I think they are the cutest ones I have ever the first time that it will be possible to take 2.J 964. room private bath. Phone Albert070bMaas

\ seen a fully equipped laboratory as high as 40,000 Three Juan room Ave apartment furvUhed 4188 San Catholic I

like the much and I 0900-Man*.
I compact very feet.The WANTED 1100Mau.An !

t thank you very much. studies will be sponsored by the Ofce 3U.1 from Roosevelt Ave and Renda Outdoor it maintained Nursery for email not children I t

] of Naval Research and are but one phaseof 8t.. to NAB Call C. T. Reno, NATTC and 1200. between
;Your friend, Personnel Office, ext. 188 or "3.. J.wl h R.Ilgle.. Service andFellewihi
a broad upper atmosphere research pro- Ride from Riverside Ave. and James St. ![our
Jordan o* Park 8t. and Jam St., to NAS. 1800-TrWay U the Small Chapel.
Evelyn gram. Working hour 1745 to 1700. Call Chief


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F'.. TheInspectors 1
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I Metal, Machines & Structures -II- n .;

By HELEN BURNETTE Dhl"lons-by U.hby-We are glad
Congratulations are extended to ''Ct to have Mr. Fagan back with us to say ""Oxle. Now it isn't very

two former members of the department t after his Xmas vacation He hada hard to see where that came from.

Mlss: Mathilda Oostdan { ;("Tillie" to us) and Lt. (jg) E. G New York), but we know he is Haas, who is the father of a three-
Johnson, who were recently mar glad to be back in the land of sunshine weeks old boy (notice the differ

;.. ried. "Many happy returns of thee < again. ence) recites the Preamble of the

day" to this couple. 'yt ',r 7> a sb The shops are getting back to Constitution, with the lights out
I ,' I Welcome is extended to J W normal after the Xmas and New and blindfolded. Of course, you understand -

McLemore, AEM3c, who has beer Year holidays. J. A. McSwain wentto the blindfold is on the
assigned to our department. W s c a, 4"u ki. N. C.; J. L. Young visited his other end.

'. hope you will enjoy your work father in Orlando. Mr. Lewis enjoyed a two-weeks
1.""F with us. i. D. O. Jewell went to Georgia; sojourn back in the old town, Chi

"_' .4' L. E. Jordan had an interesting Beauche Kirkley spent the holidaysin cago. Welcome back, Lewis. J

If not profitable hunting trip New Trenton with his parents. O. C. lamnlng-by Bob ::McLendon
Year's Day in Columbia County, b W f 2 QT Adams has finally moved into his We notice a certain Mr. Stanton of
;" Florida. He and his buddies had new house after working on it for Mfg. Planning is quite the man

three flat tires, killed two foxes,, about a year. We know he's gladto around the office now. Coat, tie,
1M't,.... saw several bears, and millions be in it-now he can get some and later tails, maybe?

'... and millions of ticks. Louie says < t rest. Wonder which side of the street (:,
"Mickey" Reese can really change Congratulations go to H. A Jessie Stauss (Statistical Section)
flat tires! Sieman, shop 306. He's the proud is working. We see she is drivinga J
father of a 7 lb., 5 oz. girl born
Chief George and his wife hada sac : new Hudson. 1
most enjoyable Christmas and December 31. Hey, John! Going "hi-hat"? How ,

New Year's holiday. They had as Most of the enlisted personnel do you rate a glass cage? 1
their guests Mr. and Mrs James r spent the holidays at their homes Now it can be told. Since the

''I r M. George of Kinsley, Kansas, pa:'- -Chief Mitchell in Virginia, K. catch of a nice six-pound black i
ents of Chief George. Chief savs; I Lasher in Utica, N. Y., W. Rzep- bass by Ed Gross (Material Fol- 1
this is the first real Christmas I inik in Baltimore, Md. "Skrivan- low-up) he has turned all out for J
I ," has enjoyed in six years, and he ek In Houston, 'Tex, and L. D Isaac Walton It seems on a recent 1

and his wife are. really enjoying; v Skinner in Alabama.By fishing trip Emil Hieb was
showing Florida off to his mother r the way, have you heard of very disgusted with the usual run !
and father the chief of the Metal Division of bad luck and offered for sale his !

, The latest rumor in the Prop who is so G. I. that when the kid $5.95 rod and reel for $10.00. Mr.
Shop is that all "Democrats" will next door sounds attention on his Gross in a gullible frame of mind, 1
be laid off by June 30th! bugle, the shingles on his houset gladly paid this sum, sure he hada I
At least two employees of the stand up? *" sniper bargain. Sounds like a fish j

department are expecting good R. R. West's son, Capt. L. West, story to us. i
.'- luck, prosperity, etc., by following spent the holidays with him. He We notice that Xmas was quitea I
.; the old tradition of eating black recently re-enlisted<< in the Army. success in so far as R. L. Stev-

eyed peas and hog jowl. Mrs. Hel- ... '" "-,,,-- --... _..---,..,....__._------- We are still missing H. Gunter, enson is concerned. He is the proud I
en Styron and your reporter en- VERNON I* GORSUCII, chief clerk of the Supply Departmentand shop 475. We hope he is feeling owned of a new 1946 Oldsmobile. I

Joyed this dish (home cooked) on veteran government employee, receives a congratulatory hand- I better and will soon be back at After the usual "Oh's" and "Ah's", ..,
New Year's Day. Mrs. Styron i is shake from Captain Anthony R. Brady, Commanding Officer of work his wife told us he used to come i
\ i' doubly assured of good luck as she NAS. The Captain's well wishes culminated the presentation of a Assembly Dh'ltoon-by Ed Hol home and kiss her then take their \

r I reports a male visitor as being the letter of commendation to the retiring clerk for "36 years of long, land-For the benefit of those who bicycle out for a ride. "Now, so I
first to enter her home on this faithful and conscientious service as a civilian employee of the naval haven't noticed it yet, there is a she said, he comes home and kisses I
, holiday. Poor Sara says a female establishment." Witnessing the event were Comdr. Ralph Humes, box located on the official bulletin their car and takes her out for .
entered her home first (darn it). Jack Sharpe, A. W. Bennett, P. D. Myers, D. A. Woods, Beulah board for the collection of news a ride." From pedal-pushing to :

Where, oh, where, all the swains. Wise, and W. O. Kincaid. items. You guys; and gals who have. hydromatic drive in one easy stage.
Sara? "inside information" about the go- Nice going, Steve.

Chief Clerk Of ings on in this division, drop it Personnel fr Administration-by-* .
Supply Dept. in the box for Louise B. Parham, Dot Dickson-First off, a correc-

3wav1 your new reporter. tion for last week. Just in case
Retires After 37 Years ServiceBy "Two Years Before the Mast," Jimmie Carrol's wife objects to the
being a picture about the sea, has accusations made, this name was .

SAUES CLARA E. SPEER caused considerable conversationon donated by Kilroy to Jimmie Log-
reluctant to bid adieuto deck. Mary S. Donald says shedidn't wood. Hope nothing serious was
The Supply Department was very like the picture's ending. created this.

.-, its chief clerk Vernon L. Gorsuch, who retired December Not enough romance, eh, Mary? A. Lt. Carr over is now sporting a brand

31, 1946, upon completion of about thirty-seven years of A. Dukes, who read the book, says new Chrysler, and Lt. Triplett hasa
civil service employment with the Government. He has been he likes the picture better.S. new Pontiac. All these lucky

By CLARA E. fePEEK I with the Navy Department continuously since October 8, C. Sanders, recently retired people! What's the fare for a short
All the Supply Department regrets from the Navy, is planning to have ride?
the retirement, on the last 1912. his family here soon. Those trips to Believe everyone is glad to get
day of 1946, ,of the chief clerk, Mr. Gorsuch was born in Balti I Pensacola are getting monotonous, I back after five days off. Think we f
Mr. Vernon L. Gorsuch, after more County, Maryland, in the late Station at that time consisted of eh, Sanders ? Incidentally, is there need some time to rest. Mrs. Killam (.
80's, attended the public schoolsof the Commanding Officer and about in this division who can top
about 37 years of government: anyone has been off on leave for the last ;
service. On his last day when his that State and the Engineering twelve young officers who had difficulty Sanders' 21 years experience in two weeks. Her sister, Betty, from, ,
voice came to us over the loud School of the University of Maryland in lifting a couple of crude aviation ? New York, has been visiting her. 1
speaker saying, "There is a time U. S. Senator :Millard Tyd- and flimsy heavler-than-air craft Congratulations. are in order forJ. From all reports, they've really \
ings and several other nationally off the waters of Pensacola Bay L. McCormick; it was a new \
to be born, a time to die, and a been painting the town red.
prominent personages were in his Hard work and application brought baby boy. Welcome back. B. L. t
time to retire. I'm glad I can re- Mal Butler was so upset after
tire before my time comes to die," graduating class. their reward, and Mr. Gorsuch ad- Barker, R. G. Freeman and H. New Years that he called in sick. t
we felt strangely saddened to While on duty at the Norfolk vanced and remained at the Pen- Demper say they walked a lot of What upset you, Mal? Couldn't bea

; think how much we would miss Navy.Yard, his duties included the sacola Naval Air Station nearly shoe leather off chasing parts little booze, could it? Sorry to

his familiar figure among us and responsibility for delivering storesto twenty years. while you were absent. Ruby White see Mary Moore leave the Time
his cheery smile. We can truly say the Fleet Among the vessels In 1931 when the Charleston says her bad ankle is somewhat Section. Seems as though her hus-
of him that he was a "square serviced was the U.S.S. Olympiaof Navy Yard was converted from a better. band has been transferred to North
shooter," which is as high a trib- Manila Bay fame He also han- repair yard to shipbuilding sta- The Assembly Division has been Carolina. Good Luck, Mary
ute as can be paid any man. We dled the commissioning outfit of tus, Admiral Conyers Fite inter- very fortunate in obtaining ad- From the enlisted personnel office -
all wish him and Mrs. Gorsuch the now obsolete battleship, U.S.S. ested Mr. Gorsuch in transferringto ditional floor area for its new we wish to say good-bye to {
much joy as they settle down near Texas, launched at Newport News, the Charleston Yard. He remained ten station line; now it should be Yancy Stribling who is headed for
Pensacola to pursue their favorite Virginia. there from'November 20, I possible to work without someone Ninety-Six, South Carolina to go

bobbies. Back in the days before the Bureau 1934, until September, 1940, when breathingdown your neck or step- to college, the first of February.We .
As we get 1947 under way, the of Aeronautics was organized he joined Comdr. T. Earle Hipp ping in your face.Engineering all wish him the best of luck.
-.,. following poem by Harold Diggett and the aviation program was (now Rear Admiral Hipp) the I News by Fred Come back and see us sometime,
(Stock Control) is most appropriate supervised by a single officer, Ad- prospective Supply and Account- Clyne-Clarence Lamb took a few Strib.
Officer of the Naval Air Sta-
: miral Mark L. Bristol, decision was ing i days off last week to recuperate. Engine Overhaul-by Carl W.
A TIMELY IVISIIo made to transfer a qualified civil tion at Jacksonville, Florida. They He must hare had a "BangUp"New Player-Everyone else is doing it,
As war clouds fade and battles service employee to the Navy reported aboard this on Years. so who are we to be different?
13 1940 for the
cease Aeronautic Station at Pensacola, September pur- :Most of the people in Engineering Here are a few of our predictionsfor
Throughout this troubled world, Florida The thought intrigued Mr. pose of completing the charter organization won't talk about what they did the New Year: Charlie Hart

Let's make our hopes come true Gorsuch, and with letters of com- Now, six years later, New Year's Eve. We don't know will make foreman; "Curley" Mau-
reached the retirement
each day I mendation from various commanding having age, whether it's just because they're
sert will beat the dogs; "Red" Stu-
chief clerk felt the to'retire
As a new year is unfurled. officers in his pocket, he pro- the to his estate in West urge Floridato ashamed to admit breaking those art win be a good boy ('till next

ceeded to Washington to seek a needed relaxation and good Intentions they had, or they time) ; Lt. Smolenski will win a
Let's pray to God for guidance I personal interview. He assured enjoy weren't conscious long enough to bowling trophy; Chief Harris will
his favorite hobbies.
In everything we do, Bristol of his interest in pursue much. are
, .., I Admiral The Commanding Officer of remember Anyway, we get a new car; Woody will say
Seeking greater, tolerance.. aviation, which had been quickened hoping everyone has a prosperousnew something nice about Charlie Mar-
NAS in the retire-
And a broader, happier view I observing the flights of Wilbur acknowledging 194T.
I by ment of Mr. Gorsuch, persopalypresented ) tin; "Red" Bishop will change his
i Wright over the University of Lois Barclay doesn't have a
him with letter of brand (of cigars); Marvin Gurr
:A greater Jove for our fellowmen, Maryland while he was a student commendation a from thing to say about what she did and Wilson Stowe will continue to
A prayer for all hatred to cease I' there. He landed the Job. He re. an excerpt around 2400 New Year's Eve. Maybe be two of the nicest fellows we
A happier smile all of the while, ported at Pensacola in April, 1915: which reads as follows: she doesn't want that to hap- know; Captain Dodson will reach
"Yours is high honor and a
In the steps of the Prince of Peace. and thus has the distinction of a You have carried pen for the 364 remaining days of new heights in popularity with
HOLIDAY ROUND-UP: Ken- I having been the first civilian assigned great privilege the year. We do know that she A&R personnel; the Republican .
the burden of the training of those
neth McDuffie (Traffic Division) solely to aviation by the didn't go home to Mama. Isn't that I Party will take over; the U. of
who to
employees were required
.. ,., enjoyed the holidays in Columbia, Department.The Lois?
Navy right, Florida will win a foothball game, I
lend their assistance in a tremen- f
> '
: ;; > South Carolina Mildred Me- Aeronauticand We're an explanation
, personnel of the dous undertaking, and in this undertaking expecting I and a new star will be born for
Neilly (Requisition and Order) have from Lucille Wells, too, on why she Lee High School's 1963 backfield.
and her husband, Bob McNeilly Texas Margaret you acquitted your- was off last week-end following I We sneaked a look at the
Beaumont, ; self well. You are now relinquishing -
(Print Shop) motored to Abbot (Shipping) spent her holi- that burden and entering up- New Years. trophies! which are to be awardedto I
Florida Essie Wilkes (Receipt D. C. Flora Mr. and Mrs. Ward had a pleas- : the victorious bowlers in thEi
days in Washington, ; on a well deserved retirement, and
Control) motored to Funkensteln (Disposal) went to your splendid accomplishments, ant New Years when their son, A&R League a few weeks hence.
Lake Wales, Sarasota, and other Brunswick, Georgia; Viola Williams cooperation, and unselfish devo- Gerald, came home on leave for 11 The "Ocsars" are very ornamental
rife Lakeland
.... Florida points. While in (Shipping) to Umatilla, tion to duty were in keeping with days; from the Navy. to say the least, and will be displayed

.' she saw Evelyn Award McKenzie Section ., .formerly Mar-- Florida; and Wally Moses: (Ship- the highest traditions of the Unit- Management Engineering by with Justifiable pride by
of the
ping) to VIdalia, Georgia. ed States Naval Service." Fred( E. Cljne-The title of this the' fortunate recipients.In .
: McDonald (
garet interest in to Amelia Bullock (Receipt Con- The letter ended, "Again, well week's column is "Fathers in Man- regard to the athletic program -
had going
i a special girl, and daz- done." agement Engineering." All of this we would like to nominatethe
D. C.-she has acqUired trol) is a very happy
,.Ri'i Washington a precious, new niece zled our eyes with her new ring. In departing, Mr. Gorsuch ex- stuff is related to us, by the way, following men to mythical All-

Bessie Pearl Green (Procurement) She is engaged to Dale E. Moon, pressed appreciation of his many via the proverbial "Grapevine." Engine-Overhaul Volley Ball Teams
little who designed her ring. happy associations with his fellow- Now we won't say who he is, but based on their lunch hour perform
bundled her two interesting a Jeweler, ..
"" '. into The Procurement Division re- employees and naval personnel. lie his( initials are R. R. ance during 1946; Willie Dobbs
t" iF' :, her boys, Raymond with and Douglas of ,their grets that Victor Frees is in the stated that he would always cherish Now to get back to the subject. Jimmy Workman, Carlton John
k ,
[: ,' friends car and sallied group forth into the Veterans Administration Hospitalat the lovely watch tendered him This all takes place during the son, Bill Hallmark, George McKinney *
associates at the fare- noon-hour of Mr. Proctor's Merrill Herring, and Earle .
for a'picnic and day of fun. Lake City We are glad to by admiring course .
'.- !.-L,* A country trip to the Zoo completed their know that Emily Freer (Person- well party given by the Supply little girl, 14-weeks old, was heardto Brown. Playing as a team), we feel
.db : :r outing Olive Taylor (Stock nel) has returned home from the and Accounting Department at the lay, '"Goo." Mr Rossini's little certain that these fellows would be 11
Orleans hospital and Is getting better. Seminole Hotel on December 23rd. girl, seven-weeks old, was heart hard to beat.&ta. .
\i : I 's / Control) flew over to New (

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II w.LS. honors for this week go to Striegel, Philip J., withan .

average of 88,51 throughout his eleven weeks at AvFund I'

WHBT TO DO! WHERE TO GOl honor When man VINCHA of Class TTLE E-ll, B, "got D., School. Striegel hails from Cleveland, Ohio. Below is what

the word" that he has high man he says about the school : I I110M

in his class and was to have his "Besides helping me choose the
MOVIE SCHEDULE: : picture taken for the Jax: Air phase of aviation which interestedme

News, he brought along his buddy I most, I learned something of
NATTCIELYX STICKLES O D., also of Class the basic factors of the other rates
E-ll And it was no wonder .
NATTC Vinchattle and Stickles mad at SHORT SHOTSDue I y -tI i -

Thursday "Rage In Heaven" I'
with Ingrid Bergman and Robert

Montgomery. Shows at 1815 and to the recent nation-wide I

2on \ cold spell, most T.O.A.. students
Friday and Saturday-"The Jol- home on leave were fortunate I i
son Story" starring Larry Park;- enough to see the one beauty of
William Den'avst, Evelyn Keve : nature they craved since first being .
4, Shows at 1745 on Friday and 1100. i stationed in Florida-- Snow!
,r Imr 174!) on Saturday A good percentage of students

Sunday 'The Wicked Lady were able to travel home and

with :Margaret Lockwood and! some like Mercier, even got as far
James Mason Shows at 1100. 181.') as California. Piotrosky made the

and 2015: shortest trip of all. He trav-
:\111I111anal Tne!' day-"Lady in eled only 80 miles' to Ocala FlorIda -
the Lake" starring Robert Mont- to his home. It was the Wash- .
gomery and Audrey Totter Showat ington. Oregon and California
1815 and l>t t I5.Wt"llnt'Nllay"The. .-N____ boys who sang the blues all week. .
Brute Man.' as 8000 miles is a lot of distance
1 featuring Tom Neal and Jane Adams in just 8 days.
Shows at 1815 and 2015
f: ;;IoVJA Thursday-"San Quentin." wtti a50Big
I... .. Lawrence Tierney and Marta things happened over the f
t.\VA.. .J "
Carr. Shows at 1815 and 2015Friday holiday leaves, because Rover
k. .. .:: Holbrook got engaged. t I'm not
-- and Sat.tunLay-"l\Iy Darning !
Clementine," starring Henr kidding! )Mercier spent his time
I : KIYKS Fond and Linda Darnell swooning to the dead beats 01.
Opie Kates at the Mecca of all

the "Mellow Rooneys" the Paladin which should be helptul for the
Yellow Luther found that his I
Water m out remainder of my naval career"I

average of 86.< <2 and !Sti: ;**. ;. s' 1 c' wife is going to have twins. I hope to go to Cal Tech after
TJlUn -u.\ -NO SHOW. I
lively twenty hundredths ot a my two years of Naval Service and I
rKII>.\\. AM ATirill .AY-"THE LOCKET" with Laraine Day point difference The unusual part I Basketball is now the word and take a course in Metallurgical Engineering -
of the story is that the same intramural casaba
NATTC squadsare .
and Brian Aherne.SUNDAY'RAGE. Although photographymay
twenty hundredths ot a point dif- now being organized T.O.A.I I be helpful in Metallurgy. I am I
ference was made by both men in I has a full eleven game Si\hedule i "
IN HEAVEN, starring Ingrid Bergman and also interested In it as a hobby
Robert Montgomery AV. Fun. | which will start January 15. j I Second highest grades in AF -1
from different of I Eighteen men have turned out so
i Although parts 16 were made by McMurphy,
Al>M>.\Y .\:\!) TUESDAY-"THE JOLSON STORY," with Larry these United States, thes buddies' ,I far to do glory for ole T.O.A. and : !
have much in common. Both men i' a promising squad will soon be -
Parka, William Demarest and Evelyo Keyea. <
are married; however. Stickles is picked. :Men turning out for the I

\,';UXEsn."THE WICKED LADYS" starring Margaret Lock. a little ahead as he is the prow) i hardwood team includes: Smath-

I' wood and James Mason.[ father of an 18 months old boy. ers Courtney. Doerrtey, Forrey,
Both men have chosen Patuxent Gilpin, Shivers Howard Rodgers

1IUKM1AY-NO SHOW. River Md., for their draft hopingthe Buckingham Straiten Brooks-
housing shortage Isn't tjj bank :McCarthy. Palazzatto, Fox
nm.n .\ : >,VY-"LADY IN THE LAKE" with Aud acute. Bam: Giacaloiie. Monroe, and

rey Totter and Robert Montgomery Vinchattle is from Gown-, Carlin. The team will be withoutthe
services of Bass who broke
and Vinehattie
Iowa where corn is king -
his hand and Haffke. who was
is proud ot it Alter "is :
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD Navy career he plans to farm his recently transferred and I will play
tor T.O.B. Games are to be playedat
1JA;.UCTHALL-NATTCenter Varsity Air Raid the gym bldg. 513 and a large lr
era, tj fjiaj: NAS Glenview at NATTCenter AudiA l' O A. rooting section is expected

torium :.Kiay 10 January, and NAS Banana: River wr k .

Saturday, 11 January at 2030 Admission Free. Everybody in T.O.A. divisionvas
L IIOS.:I SHOP Monday through Friday, 1700- '
ready for school and i< tnrn- I Id I
2130, u..aiday; and Sunday 13002130. Located in .. t Toni leave in time for classes I
BId;. ill. Wing No. 1. Hatfke Ried. and Van Pelt. To Aiistruitors '

... FLINTS INN-Beer sold nightly 1730-2130 have been transit! It i I
Bldg. 017. Sandwiches and snacks available. TOB In their plate I> Aailin alleys behind Ship's Service avail "... able to all personnel Monday through Saturday, .."...... (I J. Olivier and \\'. C traitor
1700-2130.( i !liave been assigned as T O A in

-itiuctois The two Cailms. although .
unrelated have been to- 1
\\UI\II\G-AU: Outdoor Pools Closed) Indoor .. w t ,
+itw r
,ther since Norman, over a year
: Pool Bldg. 611, Recreational Swimming. Monday ago Class 12, the largest class Charles H whose average was

.r Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 0900 to 1200. Monday ,/- in AOMA will graduate tomor- 88.07. M<'Murphy's home is in
through Friday, 1800) to 2015. Saturday 1000 to 1200 tlawr row It will be an occasion of hi- : Laconia. N. H. According to his
'anous celebration the Instructors
1300 to 1600 1700 to 2015. Sunday: 1200 to 1600, 1700 by I statement the geographical location -
T.O.A. officers and
to 2015. I of his home was a major fac-
It jfnc staff also went on leave Mr
tor in determining his selection of
Sutton and family toured Southo'londa. I
AerM as his choice of "A" schoolsto
NATTO LIIWAKY Located In Auditorium. [ stopping to take in the attend.
i'''igai Bowl on New Year's Day McMurphy's thought
Open Monday, Tuesday, hursday and Friday 1300 to and visit Miami and the Keyes ,I about AvFund School is as follows -
2100. Wednesday: 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun- Mr McCauley and family went to i
Georgia for a family get-together j "I think that AvFund school
day, 1230 to 2100. Chief Atkinson also had a reunion gives every one who passes
I .. in Arkansas Chief Lindsay through it an excellent introduction
3ZO, acres ana as a special request
to all the
Naval Aviation
went to Miami and the
I Keyes
ATHLETIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, from yours truly he is going to ::o visit relatives and to get in rates In this way a fellow can ..
grow porkers that are mostly tenderized choose 'a rate he likes and be able
Physical Training Department, Bldg. 513. hams! lome good fishing Bennett
l' itayed at home and entertained a to do a better job because he understands -
: TtXXIS-Racquet8 and balls available at Physical Asked about what they "got out" few instructors Brown, well his rate in relation to
of the school, the men enthusias Brown went to a party in Atlanta, Naval Aviation as a whole.
t j Training Bldg 513.
l | tically praised the training saying jut nobody can get all the real. "I chose Aerology because, liv-
how much of what learned
0 they lope. ing near the White Mountains with
: 5i would help them in their future That's all for now except don't their rapidly changing weather has

I WHERE TO CO-ASHORE careers Stickles in his job in the forget the T.O.A. basketball opening always had me wondering as to
electrical shop at home and Vin-
i the reason for such
this Wednesday with T.
,ih h JACKSONVILLE ntACIUS-Bu3es leave at frequent intervals chattle with his know how and '\: .S. at 2000, bldg. 513 changes Now I hope to obtain sufficient
from new pus station at Clay and Adams (sam e aa Navy). Surf bathIng why won't be stumped when his technical knowledge to help
,t ana other recreation at one ot world finest ocean beaches. Bus equipment breaks down. They both WIPER LEVELEDThe me understand this and other
r. fare 25c. tell me they knew a little of tho'how" I weather phenomena
in the swish
steady ,
but not the "why" pause
swish of windshield "I have not made
CAJOLING, MMIhNG, .AM BOATING: Cedar River on San Now they know the "HOW" and your wiper : up my mindas
hat indicates your car is pulling to staying in the Navy after
Juan Avenue lake Lake shore BJ., three blocks from last stop on WHY.
jp a hill has been improved upon. my first enlistment but I believeI
\.i- San Juan. Row Bats-two hours, SOc.; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor We all wish Class E-ll the best A "vacuum leveling tank" to would like to continue the studyof
boats-:$.2.00 hour five to boat.
per eight people per in assignments and good sailing prevent a slowdown or stoppage weather whether I choose the

> Cupid, being no respecter of per- n the windshield action appears Navy as a career or elect to return
ft. Continued on Page Seven m one of the new automobiles t I I to civilian life"
I I _
JAX AIR NEWS I Off Duty Basketball Schedule Jan 21 1000 TEA vs MAD I Feb. 7 -1900--- TAI-vs-TTM- Feb 21 1900 M vs TEA .

I NAVAL AIR TECHNICALTRAINING Ship's Company. 2000 Tcr vs TAF 2000 TAF V3 TTS :2000 TTS vs TOA II
CENTERCaptain 2100 TAS va TAI I :2100 MAD vs M 2100 TIM va TOB

'II UuwaiJ \' II ipkin.. USN.Comman $ : Jan. 13 1000 D va U Jan. 21 1900 0 VII TOU Feb. 10 1900 D vs TCT Feb. 21 1900 D vs TAft ... I
>ling 2000 TTS va MAD 2000 TOA vs TIM 2000 TAS vs TEA 2000 MAD vs TAI
li Commander KuUrt P. Uebe. USN. 2100 TTM vs TAP 2100 TEA vs TTS 2100 TAI vs TOA 2100 M va TAS

} I Editorial Offices tuculiuJ : for NATTC Jan. 10 1000 TOB va TAX Ian. 29 1900 Tcr vs M Feb. 12 1900 TAF vs TOIL Feb. 26 1000 TTS vs TCT

Section. Rooms 137 and 133. .000 TOA vs TAS 2000 TAS VII MAD 2000 MAD vs TTM 2000 TTM vs TEA
Administration Building 500-A. 2100 TEA VS TCT 2100 TAI Vl TAF 2100 M vs TTS 2100 TOB va TOA
Jan, 31 1900 D vs TOA I eb It 1900 D TAS
Tel. Ext. 203 Jan. 17 1900 D va TT3 vs Feb. 28 1900 D vs MAD
2000 TEA vs Ton 2000 TAI vs TCT 2000 M i
Ad i or 7000 TIM vs M V3
E. W. Afelrvwi Ll Comdr. ChC( >. 2100, TCT VII TTM 2100 TAF vs Tl+ A 2100 TTS va TAI
Editor Jan. 20 1900 TOA vs TAF Feb 3 100QrAS! / vs TTS Feb. 17 1900 MAD vs TOA Mar. 3 1903 TTM T; :;
Arthur KOul./lHI'.i.' SicSpurta 2000 TEA vs TAI vj
200Q TAI vs M I 2000 M vs TOB 2000 TOO
wrttrr v.
Robert J. W hlm.. Sic 2100 TCT va TAS 2t00'AF VB MAD 2100 TTS vs TTM 2100 TOA v .
Photogrich Jan 22 1900 D vs TTM Feb. 5; 1900 D VB TEA Feb 10 1900 D vs TAI I March 10 -- Stati: m ou ,
i v
lf4. by HAS bool Photo Photo Lab l Lab.* AT. FundS I 7000 TOB va TTS 2000 TCT va TOA I 2000 TAF vs TAS Basketball Tournament t ,t I

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Coast To Victory; Play Lake Shore )- "


Glenview, Banana River On WeekendThe

I Air Raiders of NATTC opened their Basketball f nr

season in a blaze of glory on Saturday by defeaing a Fer-

nandina Independent team by the top heavy score of 84 to :

47. A great display of one-handed shooting was put on by

NATTC, led by lanky Al Henningsen who turned in an all- ,

around excellent game I I

Fernandina opened the scoring ,I t- P+.
for\tht'. evening, when tall lanky II I i' : -
SweethkUppedlln- rebound afterMveralfcfforUlto Representative

tally had fail- Encyclopedia Britannica i
ed.'It'took 'nearly five minutes be-

forr_' thiejlicorlujg( started and thenit Here For Special Offer : o ry
"cMnflh $aat and furious for the'* ame. Immediately following On the 16th and 17th of Jan-

&Weath's effort, "Swede" uary, 1947, Mr, W F. Brewer, rep-
Kuehl"1ate3 of the Base Football h Ai Y.4 +
Team dumped in an easy setup to resentative of the Encyclopedia

tie the score A moment later, Britannica, will be on board at ikf

"Swede" was fouled by J. Jones, Room 138, Public Information Offices .

Fernandina right guard. The try Building 500 from 0900 until x
for the Free Throw was missed but i 1800 to explain fully, without obligation 19h
Henningsen of the Raiders rebounded -' Britannica's Special Offer /
it in to put the locals for 1947 and the ten year sustain-
ahead 4 to 2, a lead they never +
service r
relinquished except for a short ing
Officers and enlisted personnel
time near the end of the first half
interested in obtaining a set of
when the Quintet from Fernandina
briefly tied the count at 25-all A Encyclopedias may contact Mr
Brewer for particulars
one-handed shot from the free i
throw, circle by Panek sent the Air

Raiders ahead once more, after a. ,.
Four Leagues r
which they were never headed.
Henningsen and his stellar floor i
play, plus good shooting and excellent -I' Start Bowling er1 7

rebounding was cause
enough to bring happy contented I
'On: 20
smiles to the face of Head Coach January

Harry Knickelbine. Henningsenled Four different Bowling Leagueswill I
his team's scoring, parade, sink- Bowling I
operate this year on the -
total of 17 The
ing a points score
in the Ship's Service
at the end of the first half Alleys
wasa Bldg. 517, The different leaguesare A SUCCESSFUL OPENING of the 1947 Basketball Season was held last Saturday night in the
close 31 to 30 in favor of NAT-
: Officers League, Off-Duty En- NATTC Auditorium, by virtue of a smashing 84 to 47 triumph over the forces of a Fernandina
TC.The listed Men's Intramural League, Independent team. Not the least bit hard to take was the excellent calibre of the one-handed shooting.
Air Raiders pulled away to AVFund League and Scholo Stu- by the Air Raiders, as every man on the starting quintette sank at least 12 points and as
a comfortable lead in the second dent League. Leagues will get under high as 17. Pictured above high in the air making a setup is Kerr, Air Raider Forward Others in
half, and then merely coasted in way in earnest starting Jan- the picture identified are from the left: B Jones, Forward ((9)) of Fernandina, Higginbotham, Forward *
for the victory. Kerr sent a one- I. uary 20.Teams. (number not showing), "Swede" Kuehl of the Air Raiders Number 18 in the white shirtis
hander swishing through the net I interested in competingin Cudd, Raider Guard. In the background is Welch, umpire.
followed by a setup by Kuehl. / ..
one of the leagues may applyfor
Cudd then came through with an- ,...
entry with the Physical Training ,
other one-handed shot that was INTRAMURALS FOR
Department. .
good from far out on the floor,
I All League games will be free Whenever a Basketball game la
then in quick succession it was two
more buckets for Kerr, a successful for the men participating, but men I TWELVE DIVISIONS schedule to be played in the

long shot by Johnson then | in the League will be charged for NATTC Auditorium, the game will
another for Kerr followed similarly practice games when their team OPEN NEXT WEEKThe
I in !start at 2030 instead of the original -
by Kuehl. All these added to a is not on the alleys competing
I 2000. There will be 1819
Basketball no
the League. NATTC Off-Duty -
bee throw by Henningsen put the
Raiders out in front 50 to 36 with I I League will get under way on Movie, but a special one will beheld

the half barely started. From thenon Monday, 13 January Twelve Divi- starting at 1745' so that it can

to the game's finish, there was Sparky ChatterContinued sion teams have and filed the their scheduleis inten- I be finished before game time On
tions of playing,
no holding the Raiders
I now complete. Each team will 'working da'shen there is a
and they finished the game with from Preceding< Page
play a total of eleven games. will be the movie
the final score for the evening at Romance hit some game, this B4 to 47.Tomorrow. sons, has made the AEM School hard Games are to be played on Mon- held. If no game In, scheduled it will
parts of day, Wednesday, and Friday with
night the Air Raiders First Steger gets hitched and now three games each night startingat be at 1815 and on Nonworking

'will take the floor for the second j Graham. "Cuddles" Graham, ac- '. 1900, 2000, and 21000 March 3. q 4 i* days there will be the regular' 1430
time, playing NAS Glenview, Ill. ording to the current scuttlebutt, 1947 will be the date of the final I mo>'ie.
Saturday they play Banana Riverat is about to marry up with a fascinating game, after which a Tournamentwill I .
NATTC, and Sunday journeyto young lady by the name be held between the twelve J
Lake Shore of Lily Belle who lives far 'enuf March 10. Be-
I teams starting on a NOTES FROM SKY SCHOOL
A box; score of the game fol- away to be courted by Greyhound I low is a set of rules drafted for tlwr
lows: Bus We are all wondering what 1 Lhe benefit of players and coaches Class S-10 which graduates on

NATTC AIR RAIDERS happened when the "event" didn't 1. Students may participate with the 10th of January threw a class
come off last Saturday nite' ? ? ? A
Player roS. FG FT T Incidentally, Congrats, STEGER, Ship: Company Teams in this graduation party Monday night at
Kerr LF 6 0 12 and many happy returns NO, league Larry's. There were about twentyone -
ranek LF 1 0 2 that is what I'm supposed to tell 2. Players in divisions not field- present, and after a few good
luehJ RP 6 2 H Pat. anyhow lots of best wishes j Ing teams may be used by other cold, delicious bottles of Schlitz, <
MeN ay RF 1 0 2 from the AEM "gang", Steger! divisions the steaks were brought on, and
Henningsen C "l 3 17 'I' From the above you can guess 3. A player may only participate they were the kind that Larry is
Macke C 2 2 6 that Miss Patrick had a big j For one team during the entire sea famous for.
'udd LG 6 0 12 BIRTHDAY and she's still lookI I son. After the dinner all hands settled

Johnson Stellman RG LG 6 1 ,0 3 15y'Spnrekd. 2 ing forward to the next one. 4. There will be no protests of back to enjoy a cigar, and
Until next week, it's so long. officials': decisions and only pro- (drink some more beer and then
RG 1 0 2
; .
Ul: ,. i4i. .Ttftals 37 10 84 I tests of ineligible players will be the champagne was brought in.
'I;: USS OKLAHOMA i sanctioned. Yep, that's right, champagne. We
FEfNANDINA INDEPENDENTy TO BE SOLD FOR SCRAP 5. Forfeits will be awarded 15 won't say how the beer, cigars and
!ilaye( Pos. FG FT T minutes after schedule calls for She's Patricia Roe. known to her I champagne mixed, but everyone
I ; Jones. LF 5 0 10 (SEA) First combat vessel game to be played friends in the English studios and was able to get out under hip-own
'Higginbotham LF 0 0 0 sunk in World War II, famed 6. NATechTraCen varsity players In Hollywood as Pat. Introducedto ; power when the party broke up.

Gordon" RF 8 2 16 dreadnaught of World War I, the will be ineligible to participaten American screen audiences in I G. E. McCune, SKVlc and J. A.
ii' e Graatf RF 0 0 0 USS Oklahoma (BB-37)) will be i the off-duty league. Any player the British-made films, "Madonnaof I Leland, SKVlc were the guests of
SweRth C fi 2 12 sold for scrap on the auction block. dropped from varsity squad after, the" Seven Moons" and "Wicked ; honor and were called upon to
Doughuty C 2 1 fi Decommissioned since September January 15th is ineligible to Lady, she came to America to play I make speeches and they did all
Haddock LG 0 0 0 1944, the ship was raised after her first role in Hollywoodmadefilms
icipate.; right. Each speaker had his eye
McKendree LG 0 0 0 I months of operations by the Navy r. 7. Each team will be par-I in Walter Wanger's" Technicolor I on the drinks, but they managedto
"Canyon Passage, starring
J. Jones RG 1 0 2 from the floor of Pearl Harbor t welve. ((12)) men. Dana Andrews, Susan Hayward wish each of the graduatingclass
Hancock RG 0 0 0 The ship is 28 years old and con- 8. Small divisions may combine and Brian Donlevy. [ plenty of success and good
Totals 21 fi 47 tains 24,300 tons of steel. t o form one team if desirable. I duty wherever they may be.


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Stu'holl( Golf Course


t 'To Gel New Addition )

a e:
< Nine More Holes Will Be Added;

: : : Hn Will Take Two Years To Finish

n Marking the fruition of years of planning work got

I underway this week on nine additional holes to the station's

golf coui'se.Then completed, the new layout will be the

"- f equal of any championship links, and will provide station

golfers with an 18-hole course right in their own back .ards.

It is estimated that two years will be required to finish s

: the project, since, in addition to ;
the construction of the new holes I ,
: : .. : the present ones will have to be Archery Club Resumes

tk reshuffled to integrate with these '
\ a In the new portion. Activities FoIIO Erg
Brig prisoners will do the ma-
jor share of the work with a su- Recent Holiday lullAll
: pervisor from Public Works to di- .
b 2 rect their efforts. members of the archery club
) c Y So far this week, only survey are urged to attend one of their
work is being done. Actual worken most important med tings Monday,
_.. ...
..... ,, cleaning out the trees and' 13 January. it was announced by

I TilE ritOBVIJLl T\TEn'o! for! the rest c)f ti'l,' Tax. Flier basketball!' season; are pictured above brush prior to the construction of I President George Seem:ins.
the fairways, tees, and greens is Now that the holiday leaves are .
II !as they talk over their next game which will be played at Mamside Auditorium Monday. Left to .
expected to start next week. all activities are being resumed -
right they are Rodimel Burtin, Platt, De Groote, and Ary. The Jaxmen now have a season's record I over
The had its
golf course begin- and much new equipmenthas
', win :2;: losses.NASFIIers.
)f 1 against
ning many years ago when some- been obtained, putting the local -
one cleared off a small area for club on an equal with any oth-

Bow To Florida Gators use as a driving range. Later a er club in the country as far as
few greens and tees were put in facilities are concerned.

at random just for practice. When The club is now on an accelerated
50-44 In Nip And Tuck Battle Here Jack Harvey arrived here in 1944, program, getting a lot of
hp had the greens and tees rebuilt practice on both its 33-yard indoor -
-- ---- and fairways installed. The reorganization range, 100-yard outdoor
Crocket, Me began to tire after their of the made I
Bj Doug game I course was range and its-roving range which f
strenuous play. Florida immediately I Enlisted PromotionsAre with the idea in mind that someday aids in instinctive shooting, and
The Jax Flier basketball! quintet into the
rushed men
more game it could be enlarged.
hopes to get a good enough
bowed to the Gators from the Uni- who pushed through enough goalsto Announced For Last year just before the Ger- archery club to up enter some tournaments :: f
versity of Florida Tuesday nightto outpoint the exhausted locals. man POW left, an area was I'Several

the tune of 50-44 before a capacity The Fliers will take to the court Month Of December cleared in the woods for the extension members with only two l lor
crowd at Mainside auditorium -
again Friday when they tangle of the links, but nothing three months experience with ,\
with Charleston Navy in a non- Twentv-three men were ad- further was done. \
local a Dan Cupid's deadly weapons, have
The put
conference game. The visiting vanced in rating five chiefs were Recently with the course jam- improved to such an extent that ,
and the issue
great in fight doubt, though, until the final court-men have an excellent quintet given permanent appointments med over the week-ends becauseof they hope to challenge other clubs:
was and the game should prove to and six men's rates were changedin the increased interest in golf in interesting and competitive
whistle. All during the game, the be a thriller. The WAVES bas the month of December at NAS. here and the fine weather, station mail matches.

fans showed that they were heart ketball team will once more taketo it was announced this week in Per- officials realized that the time had WAVES, male personnel, and
behind the Blue and Goldas
and soul cheered of the the court as a prelim to the sonnel Officer's Memorandum No. come to do something about the guests are welcome at the club to
they every play Fliers' game and the girls hopeto 1-47 course see the proceedings any time after -
cagers. atone for the defeat they met William J Barnard was advanced According to plans, the course 1830
Once more the star of the game Wednesday night at the hands of from S2c to Sic; Earl E. can be used either as two nine- .
was playing coach T. S. Ary who the Duffy's Florists girls squad. Bennett from S2c to Sic; James holers or as a full 18holer. The I
threw in 16 points to keep his average The girls' game will start at 1900, M. Bowman from StMlc to CK3c; complete 13-hole course will havea Colored Cagcrs Top '
of 16 per game high above and the Flier-Charleston Navy Austin J. Boyle from S2c (AerM) par of 71. An unusual featureof
any other member of the squad. clash should get under way about to Sic (AerM) ; Edward D. the course will be the fact that Stanton High, 33-29
Right behind Ary came big Al 2000. Brown from S2c to Sic; Kenneth nine holes will be in open terrain
Henningsen who threw in a total > I F. Bryant from Y3c to Y2c; Billy while the other nine holes will The NAS colored quintet openedits
of 11 points ''B. Cassill from HAle to PhMSc; traverse a heavily-wooded area. season Tuesday night when it
The outlook really looked brightfor LITERARY CONTESTIS Jessie Earnest Crabtree from S2c While Harvey engaged with triumphed over the Stanton High
the locals at the beginning of to Sic; Roy William Epting from the work on the new addition, five, 33.29, at the Stanton High

the game when, after Florida had NOW OPEN FOR Sic to RM3c; Max R. Farney from another pro from Massachusetts, Gym. Tommy White, erstwhile r
drawn first blood on a basket by I S2c to Sic; George E. France from Phil Friel, well known golfer from football star, was the high scorer
Tanzler, Navy forward Jim De I MoMMSc to MoMM2c; Harold L. New England, has come down here of the game, throwing in 11 points, I
Groote got hot and threw in three I ALL NAVY WRITERSSEAThink Gaede from HA2c to HAlc; Sal- tor the winter to help him as golf The game was a thriller all the
straight swishers from the middleof vatore E. Gallintano from AMMH3c instructor. way through and was in doubt
the floor to put the Fliers outin ( ) you can write to AMMH2c; Benjamin H Gil- Both Harvey and Friel are fine right until the final minutes of '

front. Well, mate, now a the time to proveit lespie from S2c to Sic; George J. golfers in their own right, and play when the Tigers put on A i
Hawkins from S2c to Sic, John II they will stage an exhibition this spurt to give them the victory.
Florida came right back with and incidentally, earn for your- J .
Jones from St3c to St2c; Harry A. Sunday when they take on Chief
two more goals, however, to tie it
of the two Navyis
one prizes
Lau from SlcRM( ) to RM3c; McDonnell and Chief Craven, the
up. and it was nip and tuck from giving to winners of the U. S. Robert C. Lee from S2c to Sic; Jo- two best golfers on the station. March OfContinued ;
here on in. For the whole first
Navy Literary Contest, sponsoredby seph J. Mikenas from S2c to Sic: I
half, first one team would score from
NOTICE ( Page 1)
Albert L. from S2c to
and then the other, but in the final the Navy League.If I Simpson I I t
Sic A. from S2c lt n time for all men who( Not only at NAS, but through.
seconds, the Gators came through your manuscript-and it can I to Sic; George; Paul Weiland Staley, Jr. from S2c I I 81)la..h through the water with out the naval establishment, men I 'I
with a goal and a foul to give be of any length, about any sub- ''to Sic; Richard McFarlane from any amount of speed to come and women of the naval service
them a. three-point lead as the half ject, in any medium of literary ex- AS to S2c. out of their shells! and come to will support the campaign. Endorsing '
ended. pression-is adjudged one of the The following chiefs were made the aid of their station A call the drive, the CNO made

The Fliers overcame this rightat two best by the judges, you will permanent: Charles H Chism, Hubert was issued this week for candidates the following statement:
the beginning of the second receive a fellowship to the Bread Holland, Henry K. Hollis, for the NAS swimming "The fight against infantile par-
half and the score varied little Loaf Writers' Conference to be James E. Revier, and Alexander J team by Lt. Paul King, bw mini alysis is a most worthy undertaking -
until only about four minutes re- held at Middlebury College, Ver- Wood. Ing coach, and it is my belief that per.
mained in the game. mont, 14-28 Aug. 1947. You will Leo M Braidman, John W. Hat- The team will begin practice sonnel of the Navy and Marine
At this point the lack of reserves be given TAD orders for the two cher, William C. Lockhart, and for the big\ Naval Air Training Corps, both uniformed and civilian,
on the Jax roster came to weeks' period, plus per diem allowances Robert Nurkus were changed from Conference Swim Championship will welcome the opportunity for

light. Ary. Platt and De Groote, I and travel from and to your Sic to Flc, and William H Nord- -.,as soon as the indoor voluntary participation in this appeal
all of whom played the whole duty station. That goes, even if for funds
i by and Kenenth H. Weber were pool( lit made reoo). Anyone interested -
you are stationed overseas. changed from S2c to F2c. in this sport should con- "It is desired that all personnel

PLAYING COACH One of the winners must be an tact Lt. King at Building 726 be encouraged to make voluntary '. ..
enlisted man. All types of writingwill BEDTIME STORY or call extension 593 at once. -I contributions to this worthy '
.. '
be considered on an equal ba- cause
r1i ,. sii Each man may send in as (SEAJudge) Arthur Theisige 1---- -
many entries as he wishes and addressing a Taunton County i I IT'S A MAN'S (?) CAME ,
court, blamed twin beds for the
i ea<'h will be judged on its own
OlHl 1"1!'#. high rate of divorces in England
The old double bed has almost ,
f, iimmary, judging will be done
gone out of fashion. That's partly I
op -tons i prominent in the liter- I '
the reason why there are now 130'
'I v neld who have volunteeredn. "
many divorces, he said.
.1'i n rvices. Final judge will be'
*j", 1 I'tl '' I niversity English depart- HELEN HIGHWATERI

n.. ,t and a Navy representative : e E..
F 1..1/1 i hi'r recognition by leading
I, ._ i I'I '
magazine: editors and other pron \
sfI merit persons in the literary wor: I
c almost certain to follow aa a'KMlt
r. of winning this world-wide'''

'vv-wide contest.Manuscripts .

piu.r to 1 May must 1917 to be the submitted Magazine i;' 7Jj7\
; and Book Section, Office of (

Public Information, Navy Depart-
1I11'lIt., Washington 25: D. C. All
Navy personnel, including Marines
I and Reservists on active duty are

eligible + a S

J, S. HJ14: I'' .*' In* Jt'HlllUg I WE\K: ruiLirriNE INDEPENDENCE .. 3tAa I

.tor r IIf the JM.X i H tier with a RIBBON
jtal of 49 points 1'r' 3 games,
Aiy plays very feome as if it Naval and Marine personnel are II

were his last, und though his now authorized to wear a Philip 1 I
play may be a little rough at pine Independence ribbon if they
times, it is a relief to the fans had served in Philippine territoryon
from the regular routine of the 4 July, 1916, it was announced THIS FINE ACTION photo was taken as two girls cage teams
in recent AlNav 'The President battled tirelessly as a preliminary to the Jax Fliers-Duke gameat
court sport. In tuJdition to playing a '
with the team, Ary J* now of the Philippines authorized the You- o-; Mainside Auditorium recently The WAVES five will tangle with
acting as head coach in the absence ribbon and it was approved by the 'I Think It Tasteful actrl J1 many opponents before all Fliers games at home and though
of Oomdr. Fhlunu President of tho United State.. I to VM Lot of Lipef ickt" I they tacit the skill of the men, they make up for It in enthusiasm.r .


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