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i Vol. 45 an mm HDnuinuLuuipim( 30 January 1947

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March Of Dimes II I I i Navy Relief To

Closes 2-Week Open Drive Here

If i Campaign At NAS., G ; wa On 1 February '

: -
$400,000 Is SoughtBy
Admiral's Ball Helps t ij
: Society To MeetIts
Swell Total For Aid .
Needs For 1947

:,. .' Of( Paralysis Victims j +(

t'1. The annual call for contributions
'; Highlighted by the first an- "
to the Navy Relief
.. ,
nual Admiral's Ball which r '
) will begin throughoutthe
4.; Society
into its
poured nearly $500
1 witha
,:i coffers, the 1947 March of T I Navy on February
of to meet
goal $100,000
e P
Dimes Campaign at NAS
1947 needs. .
. I
draws to a close today. Joining the Navy-wide cam

White no day by day tally has paign, NAS Jacksonville will dig
been made of the collection boxes. I
of the
down in support Society
and it is impossible to forecast the I the Navy's own Comdr. Ralph
amount which they will yield indication -
Shifley, Superintendent of Aviation -
L: of the response to the first I Training at NAS, will head

appeal of the new year can be the effort here as chairman of

gained from the contributions to I the Finance Committee of the
the Battle of the States:' As of Jacksonville next
Auxiliary Early
Tuesday evening the total take in i week, officers will be appointed to

the bottle race had reached $285, Grand Opening represent their activities and they,
If.. Coupled with the $493.52 raisedat
in turn, will conduct the drive
t' the Admiral's Ball and the OPENING of the new officers' within their respective divisions

$20.25 contributed at the Crew'sDance Bowling Alley last Friday night and departments.
last Friday, it gives every
[ marked another milestone along
other fundraising
, evidence<: that the drive will be ar a Unlike many
road to NAS
9*, the provide person- campaigns, the number of per
: smashing financial success.
> nel, both officer and enlisted, sons contributing will be stressed,
\ : Last year was the most successful a
with the facilities and
equipmentfor rather than the amount of tire individual -
r... in the history of the station. one of the most comprehensive contribution
With the Separation Center in full
athletic and recreational
pro- The Relief Is
Navy Society an
i'i. swing, and with personnel complements
grams in the Navy Captain A
organization "of, by, and for the
far in excess of the current
Brady Commanding which has for its sole
jears, a record total of $175472was ficer, entered into the spirit of Navy"the rendering of assistance pur-
raised in a whirlwind 17-day -1A' pose ,
the occasion and
readily agreedto both financial and through other

drive > 'i8 i a the request of Lt. Comdr forms of service, to Naval and Ma-
All of the money which has been .. Anthony J. Rubino, PT and Wel-
I-I' rine Corps personnel and their dependents
given so generously will go to the r a fare Officer, right, to cut the including the dependentsof

care and treatment of polio vie tape which signified the formal deceased personnel, in time of

: tims and the financing of research opening of the lanes, (Left) Con- emergency need Although intimately

on means of prevention and curt centration written on his face, identified with the Naval

of the dread disease One-half of the Captain rolls the first ball Service, it is .
a private agency supported
tlj;, the total amount raised in Jacksonville down the new alleys. Later out- from
entirely private fund,
.i\ will be retained by the local I standing male and female bowl- chiefly contributions from officer:

chapter; the other half goes to'' ers from Jacksonville staged an and enlisted men and civilian

,;' tire National Foundation. .4 exhibition matchEXSERVICEMEN, friends of the
I .a Navy. Assistance is
t. The annual appeal for funds to ..l1-l l rendered where needed irrespectiveof

fight infantile paralysis had its rank or rate
birth under the direction of the
Destruction Of Government Property The Society's work has always
1<_ late President Franklin D. Roose- i
:' velt, himself a sufferer from the predicated upon the assump-

t' 'So I crippling' malady. '( Must Stop Says Station MemorandumFLEET tion their desire that independence to personnel develop ,and of self-reliance the maintain service,

Uniform Get and financial integrity. Hencsj the
i Regs
i There is still a lot of willful destruction
greater portion of financial assistance
iI.1 I.; Further Revision RESERVE ASS'N. of government property I MAY takes the form of loans,

I JACKSONVILLE BRANCH occurring on this station, especially JOIN RESERVES AND made without interest, and nor

txr A number of uniform regulations in the enlisted barracks area, mally expected to be repaid How-
i have been changed recentlywith I HOLDING SPECIAL MEET ever, to provide for other contingencies
the of the such as breaking windows, marr-
approval Secretary outright
grants or "gratuities'
National President Robert Bon- of bulkheads and paint work, Former members of the armed
" of the Navy The SecNav has approved ing are rather frequently made

the following in regard to amarte and Regional Vice Presi- destruction of window screens, and forces now working at NAS can to widow, children, and other de-

the wearing of ribbons by all personnel dent Walter Beall of the Fleet Reserve the destruction of plmnbing fixtures take a nice cruise in southern At- pendents of deceased personneland
lantic waters and the Caribbeanand -
{' : Ribbons may be sewed or Association will address a' to dependents of
I'' arranged on a bar or bars to be special meeting of Jacksonville it was pointed out by Station get paid for it, too!. whose burdens living are such personnel -

. pinned to all uniforms on which Branch 01 in the ballroom of the Memo No. 3-47 last week. There is still room for 50 more that repayment of a loan would

(Continued on 1'age S) I (Continued on rage 3)l' I :Most of this damage is causedin enlisted men of all rates in the only increase the burdens. Some-
Naval Reserve the cruise of the
the main by irresponsible personnel times a combination loan-gratuity
:.: USS Little Rock which is sched- is appropriate and is used. Repayment
World's--"ypingChamp-Shows" throwing bottles through uled to leave Charleston, S. C., on I of loans, of course enables
windows, using windows en-
trance and exit to the barracksand (Continued on Page 3)"Finis" I (Continued on .'' 3)

'Her Skill To NAS Personnel by other carelessnvss:! accord- -- -
ing to the memorandum Duringthe Veteran Of Battle Of ManiJa----

Station typists who thoug lit they were whizzes with the month of December, 1916, it 'il
cost the government $2.900 to replace -
old machine gasped with amwhen izement last Friday afternoon broken windows in the per-
Bav Retires From Navy At 72
Stella Pajunas, woild's i c champion typist and holder of manent barracks alone. This is an

four separate typing titles, ga\re them a demonstration of here unnecessary and an unwarranteduse was written to the na val career of a-real Navy oldtimery

prowess at the keyboard.The of the taxpayers' money, it early this month when Chief Henrof Commer was retired at the age

good-looking brunett: a regular virtuoso of the was emphasized. 76

typewriter keys, can dash off an If the littering of the station Chief Commer on duty at Pe nsacola, had never served here at 4

average of 170 words per minute, and barracks area with Coca-Cola NAS Jacksonville but during his 1',ong years of service had managed '
; bottles and beer bottles is not
meet of this station'shighest
------- -- many
and has reached 216-I
word-per-minute pace.a scorching She uses an stopped immediately, all Coca-Cola -.., --I ranking officers, includingRear
machines be removed from
IBM electromatic machine which, may Admiral Ralph Davison. His
the barracks and the introduc- daughter Laura, is a resident of
it Is only fair to mention, plays an I
i tion of Coca-Cola into the barracks .
important part in her outstanding Jacksonville, however; her husband
speed records. from any other source may be pro- Chief John S. Segar, Is at-
hibited, the memo stated. tached to NARTU.
Between exhibitions, Miss Pa-
Both Navy General Orders and The chief, now sporting gold
told that observa-
junas Station Regulations prescribe in hash marks clear up to his elbow,
tion of a few simple fundamentals
what areas alcoholic beverages are I has long been known as "the iron
would materially aid them in attaining
*) authorized within the reservationThe I man of wooden ships of 50 years
with their
/. greater r Beer Garden is one of these ago" He enlisted on 25 May 1891 .
They included a
typewriters pos- areas and all beer sold there is to and served on the wooden frigate
ture chair of the right height I
be consumed on the premises The ancaster Entitled to wear ribbons
elimination of excess arm motion,
Shore Patrol at the Beer Garden for the Spanish-American War, he
an even typing rhythm and correct -
has been served with Admiral in the
posture. She pointed out thatif recently doubled and the Dewey
Ship's Service Officer has been Battle of Manila Bay
the equipment is right, and the
is the distance directed to see that there is no I Originally retired after 31 years
proper 'xt stacking of drinks allowed at I straight service in May, 1927, Com
from the typist, and he or she sits
the, the Beer Garden and that no bot mer then embarked upon a 15-year
with feet firmly planted on
tied beer is sold which is not,uncapped career in Navy civil service. He
deck, more speed will be attained "'
eliminatedAs when sold. If these measures tried to enlist in 1939 when the
and backaches will be
an example of her versatilityand i jib' i do not stop the unauthorized Navy began expanding, but the

skill, the champ carried on removal of beer from the Beer Navy wasn't taking back retired

conversations while she typed I Garden area, it will be necessary men at that time. Finally, in 1942

without slowing her speed or making I to close the Garden indefinitely he was successful, passing the phy.

,mistakes. Stella I'ajuna I I the order warned. Henry Commer I (Continued on page 3))

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 30 January 1947 I

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I Hospital 1,


; :: t Chatter .-

By Loin &: RickA :

,t hearty welcome is extended :

B>' J, 17. Nelen, ACMM to the 16 new corpsmen who arrived
I Last Tuesdav Bingo was a I last week. We hope you find

I grand success. Our new electric that "things are never as bad as '10 '.
kwk + I, board is really a grand improve- they seem," and with reconversion'!:'
t1z ment, thanks to Chiefs Malone to a peacetime Navy, you might
winners well expect a change such a lull ,+
and Hughes. The lucky
11 '4 were Mary Sheehan of 3809-A in activities, and a slack in the j 'It

A Norman Street. Dewey Park, and number of personnel. I

4 Paul E. Myer, Building 700. These C .. !
I I two contestants split the free Did anyone notice the aroma of
game and were awarded one bottle cigar smoke in the air 'on January -. ,, '
of champagne each. The winnerof 20th ? There was a new honyday a

the grand prize of the eveningwas for Ens. R. B. Taliferro, Personnel '

that good old "Irishman" T. T. !! Officer, when Mrs. Talifer
; Schlaefke, ACMM from VA ATU, ro gave birth to a seven' pound,. !
4s No.4. Congratulations to you all, eleven ounce baby girl on this date. ,
I folks, and let's see you there next They named their "little bundle] of
Tuesday joy" Pamela Jane. Mother Tali L.

i Preparations are under way for ferro is doing nicely, and Pa, is
beaming with pride Congratulations
a Valentine Dance on the 15th of
February. A gala affair is planned to a happy couple!
Whenwe *. .
Everything will be free I
-- ""-' say everything, we don't mean The hospital basketball team

e M'.i Mobile Exhibit that you can come up and have a opened its season last Thursday ..
.F s r free steak dinner; we do mean, against the NATTC Marines Our
drinks. All knights of the hardwood court
THE NAVAL, AIR Training however, beer and soft
Command Airborne Electronics and all, a fine evening is in the found themselves on the long end
offing I of a 60-20 count. The local cagers
Exhibit is now here at NAS Jax
Sunday afternoon saw quite a I were spurred on by the brilliant
to be used in stimulating inter-
crowd at the cliib It seems that I performance of one J. Rosell John-
est in the Navy's V-6 reserve
this five beer business is really : nie split the net 12 times and added (,
A big success duringits
program. booming. The club was closed to :114 points gratis to make total of
at the recent Miami
display everyone but members and their 38 points. Another sparkling per-
Air Maneuvers the exhibit will
female guests : former was J. D. Galloway, who
be shown Jacksonville and
Saturday's dance was 4.0.'e : also poured in 12 points for the
nearby cities in the coming had a very excellent "Irish Tenor," foot-breaking hoopsters!! White set
weeks. The trailer is shown and we do mean Irish. His name is I in 2 points Kellams Witsell 4,
above with steps leading into it. "Johnny OLeary"' He gave out Moss 2, Cohen 2, Harbort 0.
At the left Chief C. R.
with some mighty mellow notes. Y *
one of the group assigned to the One could hear a pin drop whenhe I There's no football news, nature
exhibit, demonstrates the
opera- started. He was appearing at a ally, because of the weather, but
tion of some radar equipment. local night club and gave his time as for tennis, there's little Red

I most generously. A vote of thanksto II Moss!! Red could give good competition -
Johnny, and het's hope that he for all comers. The hint of

NEW ELECTRONICS j jI can get back to see us another I I baseball is in the air. It seems that

time. If a gathering of chiefs ap- when the boys have a few minutesto

t EXHIBIT OF NATC proves an entertainer, he must be spare, they are out throwing
I good. : the ole pill around. If we have

IS NOW ON DISPLAY There were hardly enough at anyone Interested in a little game
t 1 Thursday's movies to make it what say we get out there and
worth while to show them. The loosen up?
Naval airborne electronics equipment
; a
pictures were fine. Chief Boos has .
hitherto in the secret class,
-- -- ---
gone out of his way to make this : We hear that a sound motion
is revealed to the
being public
NAS Jax Skeet Teams Cop through the new Airborne Electronics event a success. Couldn't you sparea picture operator is expected aboard ,
couple of hours of time to
Exhibit of the Naval Air your soon, so maybe O L. Kitzmiller,
Command. < take it in? HAlc, our only sound motion picture
Two Matches Here TuesdayNAS Various types of airborne radio The entertainment committeehad operator at present, will get
a meeting Sunday afternoonand some relief Sounds wonderful, ell
and radar are included in the trailer '
under to' "
Jax skeet teams came out on top in both of the display. A group of trained men, hold preparations the following are contests way: Golf "KHz? 5 *

skeet! matches held at the local range Tuesday The NAS including Chief C. R. Simpson, Tournament, Bowling Tournament, An Acey-Ducey tournament is

Jax officers squad copped the morning match and a com- Chief J. C. Halbday, and W. Tennis and possibly a Pool Tour- being organized among the officer

bined outfit of officers and enlisted men won the afternoon the Yarbrough exhibit, AETMlc the assigned function of 'nament. These tournaments will on the hospital! staff, so better get
meet. In the morning affair, three teams were entered, NAS the apparatus to visitors. be for members only. In the eventa I in practice, all you Acey-Ducey
chief who is
I not a member de- players, because there will be some
Jax officers, NAS Jax enlisted personnel, and Cecil Field. At At present, the mobile exhibitis I sires to enter one of these con- pretty keen competition, we under-

the afternoon clash, three more i assigned to NARTU here for use tests, he may da( so with the pro' stand.
teams took part, the combined outfits in promoting interest in the Naval vision that he will become a member 0 *
of officers and enlisted men I I Reserve Program. Lt. Comdr. S. E. by the time he has finished his Miss Delores Bussey, Red Crow

of NAS Jax, Cecil Field, and Whiting Davis, Public Information Officerof qualifying rounds. Chief Jackson recreation worker who has been
Field.) the Naval Air Reserve Training and Chief Nelen are in charge of attending a recreation school hi

Because transportation difficulties Yy Unit has prepared an ambitious the golf tournament, and you can New York, is expected to report
itinerary tn! the outfit. It will be rest assured that the prizes will back to the hospital for duty Monday -
Whiting was unable to on display in downtown Jacksonville be worth
I shooting for. The first January 27th We know that
make it in time for the morning today, at the Jacksonville prize for the golf) tournament will all patients have missed her and

shoot. Banana River and St. Simons By Skipper Edge &pSZc( School of Technology tomorrow, at be a set of "Matched Irons. will be happy to see her return

were also scheduled to take Hey gals! What this I hear the Laurie Younge Flying Service These irons will be on display at Welcome back, Miss Bussey.

part in the skeet match, but were about our "March of Dimes" bottle Sunday, at Femandina on Monday, the club soon In order to qualify
and at St. Augustine on Wednes- for this tournament, three S-hole] All
unable to be present. being neglected on the quarterdeck patients are Invited to attenda
Lt. (Jg) F. E. Fields was the rut's make it sing with day Lt. Comdr. Davis will addressthe rounds must be turned in and be March of Dimes party in the
high man in the morning match dimes. You have a family and students at Tech on Friday in attested to by another player whois I Red Cross Recreation Hall tonight
with the exhibit. At
for the NAS Officers' team which friends, don't you? 'Nough said. conjunction also going to qualify. Info on the at 1900. Come over and see
You're a WAVE. Time's short Fernandina on Monday he will talk starting date of qualifying rounds what gives.checking .
won the first round of the tourney.He solets
before the Ktaanis Club, and An
will be announced later
It is I
cracked 95::\ discs out of a pos- give! he will at St.
Wednesday speak ned to have three
flights, championship membership: cards. Well,
sible 100) Doing just one better Thelma "Peaches" Broonle said St. Joseph'sAcademy
Augustine High, first and second. Prizes as most of know, these chiefa
you :
I. J.
than Lt. Fields was "I Do" to Chief Claude Jones at a and the Florida Naval
will taper down from the irons are all members of the Board of
Franzblau who recorded 96x100 for small church at Kingsley, Georgia, .
high man for the day. Tied with January 19, 1947. Both were in uni- Academy. previously mentioned.You I Governors, and this is part of the ..
The exhibit has been shown ladies who are stuck in the duties
J. Ber- assigned them. It is in the
Chief L.
Fields at 95 was form, and June Dougherty was I
enlisted twice since its completion a few house on Sunday afternoons and interests of the Club, and i8
cier of the men s quint. bridesmaid with Chief Arthur
months ago. It was a huge successin through the week can breathe a not designed to embarrass .
A fresh Whiting Field five madeit Schaefer as best man. Peaches and I anyone.Please
Louisiana at the Tri-State Fair, sigh of relief. Plans are on the don t feel offended if someone -
tough for the others in the aft- her husband have 30-day leaves at Miami Air
and again the recen: docket to provide entertainmentfor asks for your card. If you
ernoon match and almost outpointed and are spending their honeymoon Maneuvers.The I you in the form of card parties haven't a card, you will be givena
the Southern States. Good
local outfit. The Jax touring
the combined -
during the week. We believe that temporary card good for thirty
team, however, carded a luck, Chief and Mrs. Claude Jones.
oldest zoo in the world is the two WAVE members of the days, or we will be more than
score: of 447x500 to second place Leaving for duty at Patuxent
entertainment committee will be happy to sell
in Paris the Jar in des Plantes, you a permanent
Whiting 444x500 Cecil Field River, Maryland, is June Thompson available to handle this. Chiefs membership New membershipcards
its 152d birthday
which is celebrating -
last in both matches. In Good luck and
placed SptVlc. Hirsch and Mitchell are the two are now being distributed
the afternoon scored 437 out smooth "Tommie M .
they flying Coming capable and
very young women. a new record and file systemis
of 500. aboard from Patuxent is Mary D. shouldn't be hard for folksto
don't wish to break. you being instituted. Please fill out
High man for the afternoon Woods, SpVlc. Hope you enjoy That about does it for this week get a way from 1400 to 1630. I your application blank as soon as

shooting was L. J. Bercier with Jax, Mary. except for this little question* More info on this next week, too. I possible The new cards are well

9 xl00. I If On the basketball team trip "What I. the temperature of your Some of the chiefs may be wondering designed and we hope they meet

to Dallas, Texas, we learned a little room?" Smile. So long. why there is always a chief I with the approval of all
about the the Navy can .-- --- ,
more way -- -- --- -- -
Ottnncp1ye I do things. Dallas has a huge driveon
for the Naval Air Reserve

I Everywhere you go that is all you
I see To prove we were in Texas,

everyone packs a gun, and so naturally
cap guns had to serve the
f WAVES. We were housed in a .
ward of a very much empty Dis

pensary. Stood inspection: before

I we left the place, too G.I", wow'!
No enlisted personnel are allowedto .v

bring cars aboard the station.
Did someone say something about t
Jacksonville* Look out, you might t

end up in Dana

It was a wonderful trip, hav
ing the weather in our favor, and
we did get to see Dallas. Both the
NAS Varsity and the WAVES
Varsity brougbt htame' victories, :I

The WAVES have built up a(record t ..k,a4IZ Corps PAolo
over four yearq ol T1IKY BUILT'this mket-propclled plane to fly 1700 mile an bout It* May go that fast for all wee

"We ft MM J"ir athletics. No team ever made e know, but the Amy Mid kr down to 550 in a icccnt tt la California.
flying trip and lost-ft record: w

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30 January 1947 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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VeteransContinued !

( from Page' 1)) 1

steal at trra age of 72. In fact, dur- lI

ing the nearly flub years of active l

duty which followed, he never
missed a day's work because of
:r 1 I sickness.
______ 'I; The veteran sailor spent a good AflUSN1S\

., deal of his time talking young men I''
L1 vN I Into joining the Navy and getting 1I
them to make a career out of the _
i_ 1 service It's a safe bet that even _
; though he's doffed his uniform
i, again, he'll continue doing his bit t
by selling the Navy to a new gen-
41 I eration. I dI



Continued from Page 1))

, CPO Club Monday evening at 1900. THURSDAY
DANCE, Air Station Band Starts at 2000. .
The session will be open to non-

j4. members, and all chief petty officers FRIDAY
are especially Invited to at- BASKETBALL, GAME, Jax Fliers va. NATTC Memphis, Startsat
tend. Ttve open meeting wijl{) pro- 2000. -

vide an opportunity to hear the I, SATURDAY ANn SUNDAY .

latest word from Washington, and "DEAD RECKONING" starring Humphrey Bogart and Lizabetli
Y will afford non-members a chanceto Scott. Shows at 1130, 1730, and 2000.
become acquainted with the
Official U. S. Navy Photox ideals and purposes of the asso-
tISS VALLEY FORGE new Ew:: class carrier noses into the Deln ciation.

aware River heading for shakedow in the Caribbean area. to '
Invitations have gone out THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

. -- --- ranking officers of Com-7 staff "CALIFORNIA", starring Ray Milland. Show at 2000 only.
and NAS, and many are expectedto SATURDAY

-k Entries Pouring In be present. ELDORADO," with Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. Show at

For 2nd Annual NATAC Refreshments will be "on the 2000 only.
house" following the business ses-
Swimming Championships sion. OTHER EVENTS
I .
AKCHEKY-Club, located in Bldg. 899. daily from 1800to
r 1 I I I Already 75 entries have been
( 1 received for the big Naval Air ExServicemenContinued 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.

I Training Athletic Conference swimming Everyone welcome.
BINGO l'AltTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.. ;
meet to be held hei'-J 20 and ( from Page 1)
21 February Another 75 are expected will be ATHLETIC GEAU-Available at Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
, By WIN HOUGH, S2cQUES'lION to enter before the deadline. 9 February. Transportation the Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, topside *
I paid, and active duty pay Bldg. 726, 0800-1 JOO on work days.
: What is your idea of Entries have been received from uniformswill
a good time Ward Island. NATTC Jax) Ottum- rate white; aboard Even those MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Rear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-210Q(
CLAYTON Hl'EBSCHEN, S2c, I wa Pre-Flight and NAS Jax. be furnished to needing daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.
them. BOWLING Six located in Mainside Recreation
Milwaukee. Wise Ottumwa Pre-Flight is the title alleys BuildingNo.
The Cruise will wind up on 22 3. Alleys from 1630-2130 Mondays through Fridays 1700-
"Roller skating, it takes a lot defender, having edged NAS Jax open ;
of skill and is quite a bit of fun" in the first annual meet held last February. It includes a stop-over, 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
with liberty, at San Juan, Puerto BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
KENNETH FINLEY, S2c, Parkersburg August at the local pool. The Ot
W Va. tumwa lads are favorites to repeat Rico. 1 Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainsida Mat after

"I go bowling during the week uvelr performance of last year. Even if you are not yet a mem- : 1500.
and dust| so that doesn't get too Lt Paul J. King NAS swim ber of the Reserves, there is still 1 MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
monotonous, I go out with girlson has been his dozenor time to get in on the cruise. All arrangements -I the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to NAS personnel and
tlM week-ends." tankmen putting workouts may be made at the I their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions

ALOIS CORNELIUS, S2c, Chicago this so past week through but more office of the District Director of I by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
III. personnel the Naval Reserve. Bid.?. 907. nograph available for use of all hands.
are urgently needed in order>
"As long as the weather permits, Don't put it off any later than LIBRARY-Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build ':
for NAS Jax to field a worthy con-
. give me a beach, a moon, a girl, tender to Ottumwa and the otter Tuesday morning however. Ing No. 3. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturdayfrom
\ a Nash, and I'll have one heck of naval stations. interestedin By signing up under the V-6 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100. -
time" a man is under no obligation Indoor recreational
i a trying out for the swimmingteam program SWIMMING swimming pool, swimming,
JAMES ALEXANDER, S2c, Indianapolis regardless if he or she has to attend any regular I 1800-2100 daily, Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.
Ind. had any experience should contactLt. dulls since attendance is entirely I Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
"I would rather be with my wife King at Bldg. 726 or ext. 593. voluntary. Under the 0-1 program, I GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sunday
than anything I could do." the organized Reserves, men take from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
FRANK Teams from Pensacola, Corpus part in weekly drills at their local
DOBSON, AFC3c, Central trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
S. C. Christi. Memphis Whiting Field, armories-with pay. ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
"I like to go see a good fast Banana River, St. Simons Glen- r..u-di and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason
basketball game" view, and several others stationsare Thirty days hath September, Field.

BOB HALEY, S2c Lorain Ohio. scheduled to. .enter. the meet. April, June and Seaman Bender TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
"W1r 1\ I pitch a big liberty, He serves them now with no reprieve ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (comer of Muatin and
I usually have a few drinks and Flirt The, girt that jot the boy Yorktown Roads).
go to Carpenter's Hall to dance." the other girls wanted. For being absent without leave. BASKETBALL: Practice Monday through Friday startingat

JOE UDVARDI, AEM2c, Boise, 1630. .
Idaho. I YOU CAN'T WIN By Hough I
"I don't' want much I guess. I

Just give me some" old friends toreminisce 'vif ooq ,IJrCl 1. .t y pati NavyContinued Tigers Drop SecondTo
with. '
E "MO\IC.!\ a,'., ttak I .d
JIM JOHNSON, Sic, Boyne City ? ( from Page 1) Bethune Cookman
M leh. FAt
the Society to help other men or
"The out-of-doors is the place .r their dependents in time of need. Mainside Monday '
for me. I like to stalk wild game The assistance given by the So- ;
fish and trap. Knowing how to live ciety increased to unprecedented '
comfortably in the open gives me Tj.'cz5r zritt proportions during the war years. Bethune Cookman's basketball

a personal satisfaction." / [< > .f 3ft Now that the Navy is decreasingin I squad romped at will in an easy

G R. HOGUE, S2c Bridgeport, \ i ooSZd03 size, assistance from the Societyis 72-50 victory over the NAS Jax {

Conn e.o.wa __ also decreasing, but the total Tigers Monday night, making a ,
"I like to walk the streets and expenditures for relief purposes
meet all different kinds I clean sweep of the two-game se
of peopleThat's in 1946 arv still far beyond those
ries. The Cookman had
my idea of a good time" r for any pre-war year. During the cagers
the local colored five 33-
DIKE FLYER, Vicious Circle, calendar year 1916 activities of I dropped
21 wevk at Beach.
Colo a ago Daytona

the Society as a whole were as
"/ like to yive instructors "1101- Lfl.b' follows: 1 Jerry Newbold, veteran forward,

foot" When my girl and 1 yo (al) Assistance; with information, I showed the way with 18 pointsas
flytny, 1 alwa1do) outsideloopsand Bethune Cookman got off to a
advice and counsel involving no financial -
4 fake .,tal". What I really yet l"xpenditures60,105 cases 20-10 quarter lead, increased it
a kick out of is flying; low over to 32-19 at the half, and then
tree tops and houses" (b) Gratuities 8,000 casts coasted into the fourth heat with

r amounting to $545.610 the scone :52-35 in favor of the Red I

(c) Loans for all purposes and Gold from downstate.

UniformContinued 28,122 cased amounting to $1- Newbold connected for three

( frum Page 1) 563,610. straight baskets in the first 'five

the of ribbons is (d) Salaries to professional minutes of play and came back in
wearing authorized.
ployees-$71,4S5. em-I
the second half and canned six
(e) All other expenses-$ .
in the of buckets in a row to lead the win.
Changes manner wearing -
The Jacksonville Auxiliary itself )
ribbons and aviation ners' attack. Johnny Golden and
did a sizeable job during the past
on WAVE uniforms include: Rib- Bobby Byrd helped boost the ante
bons may be worn on blue, gray, year. Now acting for the entire ,: for the winners with 14 and 12
district, with the exception of
points respectively.Big .
and white and the
only nana River and Key West, it Ba-I
wearing of aviation insignia on the j /i IP Tommy White broke loose
dress or shirt when tire Jacket i.* I f1Jl1 1I'4 I fl i i g r* y V"' i pensed[ a total of $100.000 for a brace of pivot tries from the
I loans or gratuities in 1916. 1
.removed has been made optional. "sorry, miss, but this .is the only 'Tom and Jerry' I could get. foul circle to keep tine local quin-
-- --- tet within striking distance and
led the scoring for both teams

ALEMATE By Harold Jones, SI Grate Lover throughout the fray with seven
buckets and six gratis pitches for
20. points. Bobby Gault potted 19
points for the Dobsonmen, but his '
tireless efforts proved futile.

The local colored cagers limitedthe
visitors to a single bucket in
the first three minutes in the third

r' t1 gi canto and cut the gap to seven
points, but Newbold and Byrd returned -
; o 4 with a couple of bullaeyea
to move the visitors into a commanding *
15 point lead.

That proved to be the clincheras
iv er the Bethune reserves took over
and held the local basketeera in
cnvjck. .

i : T .
r1w Flea: An insect whoso children
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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 30 January 1947

YUfS Unification IT'S A TOUGH LIFE: By Sleeves
J1lH ,
AINav *t-k1 of n January 1947 Is ototal importance .
to all personnel of the U. S. Nary. It is,
Editorial Offices therefore, presented here in its entirety.
South Wing, Lower Deck, Bldg. 930 "For the past 8 months negotiations have ,.
Telephone Extension 8181 been in progress between the War and Navy NO FISNINGI

Arthur Al. Greene Editor Departments to resolve their difference with 'V.

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the regard to a greater measure of unificationof
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no
the armed forces. These have
expense to the government and in compliance with
SecNav Circular Letter 4 -526, 28 May 1915. Copiesare been carried on within the scope and spiritof
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air the President's June 15, 1946, statement
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, of his position on those points in which the
the Headquarters: of the Naval Air Advanced Train- two departments were in disagreement at I ,
s ) /
Seventh Naval \
Ing Command, Headquarters of the r / dCC
District, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, that time. The President has now announcedthe te r w7"N
the Naval Air Gunnery Range and the U. S. Naval full and complete agreement which Sec- 1 0 FI5t '

Hospital. War and SecNav have reached on a plan for '
Commandant Rear Admiral Seventh Ralph Naval Davlion District, the unification of the armed forces. "Ar \ tcrj"7/
Lhiff ef Naval/ Air Advanced Training
"The entire nation earnestly desires, and _
Captain Jacksonville Anthony R. Brady Naval,Air USN.Station Commanding the plan which has been agreed upon pro-

vides, the greatest degree of efficiency, cooperation ,, '
Captain Howard V. Hopklai, USN Commanding
Naval Air Technical raining Center and economy in national security.The '
integrity of the Navy Department and 4 -----tip
MC USN. Commanding
Captain Robert M. Gillett ( )
U. S. Naval Hospital the naval establishment including the Ma- t ,
rine Corps and naval aviation and the
Captain F. W. Prtestman. USNR Commanding continuation '
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit of their traditional functions, have :-;) a I. :

Lt. OK T. C. Moore Jr., USMC, Commanding been preserved to the end that we may best N
Marine Barrack discharge our great responsibilities to the I.

Comdr. Jules F. Schumacher, USN, Commanding nation. The plan therefore is deserving of ,_ A '
Naval Air Gunnery Range the; loyal and wholehearted support of all 7 W S

Cm-tain W. O. Burch Jr.. USN Cecil Field within the naval service." / K
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. ,

CI\Pt. Alexander M. learn USMC
Marine Aviation Detachment '

Th JAX AIR NEWS receive Ship'i Editorial Association ma- Commercial 11
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without
permission of SEA, Washington 25. D. C. Republication of, any i <2 """ "*
other matter, except by service publications. is prohibited Flews orvIViems f romStation : Bulletin
without permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. _

1 Hiilletins\ill\\ be accepted until f
Men In UniformThe space has been filled J. but no later
than 1000 Tl1e"'da"' '. Evt. 8230.

following article by Emily Post, distributed One of the foundation stones upon which FOR SALE .

by Bell Syndicate, will be of interestto the structure of democracy rests is brother. 19JS Packard sedan. A-l t'ondiliQICon\ -
JAX AIR NEWS readers: tact Lt. lllevins. ext. 8406.
all hood. Reduced to its simplest definition,
1940 Ford special deluxe. Good Condition.
to become
Our service men now feel that we've lost brotherhood means "the state of being 1750. 34J3B Ellyson M., Dtw.y Park. way acquaintedwith
people of note, to learn about
1941 Plymouth coupe. Radio and heater.
our old hospitality. Have we forgotten so brothers." Men are brothers when they have SVOO. Ext. 217. different countries, and to gain an
? 1934 Ford. 1275. 1233B Hancock St., NAS. historical background is to read
soon the same parents. All human beings come 1941 De Soto four-door sedan. Heater,
I have received radio and overdrive. A-l condition. Ext. the biographies of different people
In the past few months; ultimately from the same source. Some call

numerous letters from soldiers and sailors the source God ; others use a different name, 1941 692.Packard clipper deluxe. New two- SUIT STENDAHL OF : OR, THE PUR-

and from their families expressing the resentment 01' no name at all. Regardjess of this, all tone heater paint and good job inside tires. Sea and G.out.It. Meyer Radio,, thew Josephson HAPPINESS is a long, full by biog-Mat- .

servicemen feel at the way their men are brothers. apt. No. 1, 434 W. Duval St. raphy of an early nineteenth cen- '
9 Cord four-door deluxe sedan. Latest model.
fellow-citizens behave toward them If we Brotherhood, then, is not primarily a Will tell or trade. HUB Allegheny\ KJ, tury French writer, Henri Beyle.
NAS. This book makes available for the
stop for a moment and think of how our doctrine to be preached, nor an ideal to be 1941 Bulck sedan. Call Chief Branac, ext. first time a great deal of material M.

peacetime attitude toward servicemen com- pursued. Brotherhood is a fact. A democracy Six-room 304 between furnished 1800 home.and 1330 Five only rooms comfortably about this writer of more than :

pares with how we felt during the war, 1 succeeds when men recognize the fact and furnished all electric kitchen seventy-four volumes that Is interesting ''1
will understand why many of our of it. with automatic hot water heater. 4650' to read. .
think we act upon the basis Ulmer Ave.? Timuqviana Manor I <
in uniform are disillusionedand House trailer 21 foot. Good condition. I Emily Hahn (of CHINA TO :ME '
returning men
Two or three things that follow from this Robert' L. II inter, Barracks Mi-28, i fame) has written an informal
exasperated.Our worth mentioning. One is this : brother- NATrC.House .
are trailer, 20 foot. Good condition. 5202 biography of Thomas Stamford .
behavior must be a severe letdownfor hood does not mean that we must like every W. Beaver St. Bingley Raffles. RAFFLES OF -
the and Kalamazoo wood range. Hot water coils SINGAPORE is a vivid and color.
those who remember courtesy person as an individual. For one thing, thatis installed. Epperson eat 255. :;
short Baby's scale, buggy and bassinette. Ext. ful account of one of the most successful -
hospitality we showed them only a impossible. There are too many people in I 216 or phone 2-7306. of British colonial govern
time ago. The idea that we have lost interestin the world for us to know everyone intimately Play pen, buggy swine, bottle warmer ors.

them must be hard to take And the enough to like them as fnends. For an- St.bassinette, NAS., and bunting 1443B Cbilds Several biographtes of FranklinD.

-and boys-who have other thing, it is not necessary. Every per- Kitchen dinette set bedroom suite L. W. Roosevelt have been written re-
bitterly 8a"all. hangar 117 or 3303B Gibbs Ave.,
been drafted cannot help recalling son knows other people who are obnoxiousto Dewey Park after 1630. cently. One of the more interesting
1938 Cadillac coupe. Radio heater, and is that of Francis Perkins THE
the consideration men, now veterans, him, who have habits of thought or con- rood tires. Ext. 8303 after 1600. ROOSEVELT I KNEW. Besides

merly enjoyed.In duct that repel him from wanting to be on Sewing onable.machine See at ,1278 Singer Cumberland portable.Rd.Reas, between giving a vigorous account of the
wartime, my mail was filled with let i intimate terms with them. Obviously broth- 1700 and 2000. man, the book reflects the per-

ters from men and women asking what they : erhood does not require that we like every One-way Washington furlough D.ticket C. Good from for Jacksonvilleto six weeks member sonality of our first woman cabinet

could do for the men in nearby camps. Not i other person individually. What it does require Will sell. uniforms for |10., complete KxU 8272.Olleer' .size 40. Regular the inside and story gives of the something U. S. Labor of

only were there canteens everywhere, but is that we treat all other persons with topcoat blue suit with extra trousers Department. While not strictly

thousands of families were always eager to fairness and with justice. We act "brotherly" blouses, grey; ; also suit white with,extra khaki trousers, and jrr and y biographical, Elliott Roosevelt

take in "lonely boys" and give them a tasteof towards another man when we see to it (in- skirts size 15!i. Phone 26359. tells the story of his father's
Three rooms of furniture See any time thoughts and
the aims
home life. The slogan of the day was, I so far as we have the power and the opportunity after 1300. 1111 Cumberland Ed. H C. conferences which he behind attended the .

"What more can we do?" I ) that he is given freedom and equal- Petee. from the Atlantic Charter meeting '

Today, even the homecoming of fellow- ity. Brotherhood means acting with goodwill FOR RENT to Yalta and after in AS HE "

townsmen arouses little interest. Many off I towards all other persons, regardless of Five-room per month completely six months furnished advance house rent$7( SAW IT.THEME.

us have come to regard men in the Army one's dislikes and prejudices. necessary. Available 1 Feb. Dr. Seebacb, the AND VARIATIONS is .
Mainsid Dispensary, memoirs of the
and Navy today merely as servicemen doing Another comment that ought to be made Furnished room with twin beds Would conductor, Bruno seventyyearold Walter. He-

another job. They do not inspire the same has to do with the basis of brotherhood. Three-room like men. 2580 apartment.College Phone St. Phone 2-0340.: 7-4632. was an opera conductor at the age

feeling in us as the men who ran risks over- What is the reason we should act with a Furnished bedroom. All electric kitchen of seventeen and his career since
seas during the war. good will towards other people? It is not be- privileges. Phone 2.4224.WANTED. then contains much that to entertaining ('f'

Of course, the situation is different. cause all men are equally good and decent. world of and music of If the
interest to
of whose empty seats at the table indecent in the Ride from Edgewood and Foot to NAS.
Those us There are many quite people Working hours 0800 to 1130. Ext. 184, you, you Will enjoy this highly
now are happily filled tend to forget that world. It is not because all men are kindly Greenway.Ride readable book
many servicemen still are not home. Others 'disposed towards their fellows. Obviously, Ext.from 8266.320 Riverside Ave. to NAS. read For something more exciting

whose tables have empty places that never that is not true. Nor is the reason because nig Ride hours from 2145 0745 Oak to 1680.St. to Ext.NAS.621 Work-or MEN, the the? legend LAST of OF Tom THE Horn BAD by

Will be filled are trying to forget. But we I all men are of the same circumstances. Some phone 75793. James .Mona han. It is tale of
Ride from First and :Main to NAS. Work.
should realize that today's serviceman is doing are rich and some are poor, some are ignor- log hours 0800 to 1630. Two girls Ext. vigilantes rustlers, and gunmen

I an important task and one which most ant and some are wise, some highly civilized Ride 8222.from St. Johns and Roosevelt to in the "wild west.",

of us would find distasteful. and some primitive. But all men, despite any NAS. Working hours 0800 to 1630. Two I. r .t

f It would be a pity if we lapsed into our differences in color, customs, and language, Young girls lady 684.share one-room apartment. I he LM has Vegas, Nev. (SEA-"When) ,

habitual civilian point of view and took the or social and economic conditions, have one Ext. 8395. I it, but something when he doesn't' want t'J
he .
** It
got he ':
same negligent attitude toward our armed common denominator. All men are childrenof LOST wants It," explained Virginia Laurel {

forces as we did in the years before the God. Every man is my brother. That is Clarinet wood. Finder pleuse contact E. in obtaining a divorce for the hit

I :war. That would be unpatriotic and unfair. why God requires me to act with a good will Brown W. Luckow wallet. at Contains the Flag I.Unit.D. card Reward.and third time :from movie comedian ,.

0 There is one way, however, in which some to every man I meet (and to all those men $40. Reward. Ext. 4... Stan Laurel. ;

of our men in uniform are unfair to us. I whom.I never meet, but whom my actions FOUNDKeys.

have had letters, too, from people throughout affect). They are my brothers, and in the ttt .Bldg.Contact St.4.Arthur L. Jenkins janitor -.5'

the country criticizing the often unforgivably long last, what I do to them I do to myself. e >

11 I bad manners of many of them. Ungentlemanly "For we are members one of another." I At the Suti.n Chapels Birmlnttiam .
I behavior on the part of a serviceman Chaplain William R. Stevenson. Navy Wives Club Read and Muatin Avenue JD f

I prejudices civilians not only against Seeks Pianist For Protestant ,
07JO-Holy Communion
quietly and courteously he did when he Chaplain .
as as
fi E. W.
in uniform Andrewi
t the individual, but against men
was a civilian. Weekly Dancing Class 0930NATTC Service <'hu|>lln E. W. 8
generally. 4mlrews. .
\ One non-com told me just the other day Servicemen should remember they are Is there a pianist in the house ? 0830 ChAPlain-SumlHjr W.School R. Stevenson Small Chapel. J

that he personally had no idea why any soldier our country's most conspicuous representatives Plans were completed last weekto 1041 Divine Services-Ohm,lain F. L. t
I should complain of an unappreciative and that they set an example, good or conduct a dancing class for Albert. / '
Navy children by the Navy Wives Catholic .
public. His own experience had been quite the bad, for all to see. Club under the direction of Mrs. 0700-Mass. t.

j opposite. He had met with the same cordiali The rest of us, for our part, should never Bonnie Swan bit there was a 1100 OlOO-Mali.! -Mass. I :

'hospitality on his return from overseas that be lacking "ft respect for a tidy, welldisciplined hitch no piano player. Now if a An Outdoor Is; maintained Nursery for small children t i
between 0000
I think man in khaki or blue. We should make pianist can be found who will be and 1200.
shown him before he went away. :.
;was able to devote a little time each Jewish Religious Service and
i II the explanation is that this soldier takes I.him feel that we are backing him. up as week, the club can go ahead with Fellowship j lle.r18007l.Iay
\ pride in his personal appearance, and behaves wholeheartedly as ever. the clans. ) In the Small Chapel.

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,j. 5Wipi-v1

':' IF YOU WERE fresh back 1e PUBLIC WORKS jl

from the Navy's Antarctic Expedition v

the prospect of a job Ky Mary Ro
-":' like the above might' not be too < iy The Public Works Winter Bowling iLLlESJ'l

. welcome However, here in Flor- k League will get under way 14 y
,. February This league will be composed -
Ida's tropical climate, the men of teams.
I of six 4-man Anyone .
the NAS ice plant wouldn't trade Interested! may call ext. 422 or 8207 By Clara E. SpeerOVERHEARD f

jobs with anyone The ice-mak for full details Mr. Crevasse, whois ON THIRD .{
ing plant,. located in Building one of its chief promoters, told DECK: One Supplyite discussing a :
me to be sure to make it clear former employee: "Right after he
135, is under the supervision of: that ladies are also welcome. Think first came to work here, he step 1

Department. what he really meant was that la- ped on my foot and stood on it
dies are specially welcome! The for a whole minute. I said to myself ;
''i' day it has a daily output of 5>a qualifying rounds will be held Fri- 'That man hasn't got any
tons. In the photo at the right day night, 7 February We mightas manners at all. Then I found out
J. W. Brannen, left, and E H. [E well make Public Works the he had a wooden leg" Also
Bean remove an ice mold from & : station champs with all this talent overheard was a girl in Correspondence -
: the brine. Below, L. N. Dickey Why the other night at a Section: "When I get to
guides a block of: ice into the practice round Mr. McKinley bowled Heaven, I hope there won't be any
tore room. three games with an averageof speed letters up there"'

t 160. How 'bout that Seems as Mary Wallis (Shipping) has re-
if he's still plenty hot. turned from nearly a month of fun

J. Mr Rountree (Machine Shop) in :MIami. She attended the air maneuvers
.. )
was there, too. He was doing fine and was thrilled over the

... for a while. Then he started hav- jet-propelled planes, the glider
; w "" ing a "little" trouble with his ankles pickup by B-29's, stunt flying by

a We sincerely hope tttey! will Beverly Howard, and other tactical
w, >< be in tip-top shape by the 7th of maneuvers.. In the distinguished

) : February.We guests' stand she spotted General

deeply regret the loss of one Jimmy Doolittle and General Mc-
of the finest officers we know, Captain Kittrey. She had dinner at live

-- -- -- Johnson who retired last Lighthouse at Bakers Haulover,
week. He enlisted in the Reserve 6 and visited the former Army camp
Inspecting December 1936, reporting for active which has been converted into a -J
duty 1 July 1940 as a Lt housing project. Among the night
The I Comdr. HQ came to this station in clubs she enjoyed was the "Kitty
i II April, 1946 We will miss Capt. Davis," where Jimmy Edmondson,
t I Johnson, but hope that he finds the Jacksonville boy known as
Inspectors nothing but happiness in civilian Professor Backwards, was playing.
life After many other exciting adventures -
<< JJy Helen Burnette Last week we mentioned the en- Mary flew back to Jacksonville .
; We are happy to learn from E. thusiastic fishermen we have in in a Piper Cub with one of the
wt l S. Summersill that his baby is Maintenance. Well, we don't want : plane factory representatives..

Lt.J showing improvement as a resultof I to slight the men who just live for Sam Hendricks (Procurement)
the visit to Johns Hopkins Hos-
those we' k-end hunting trips. had seven "blessed events' at his
pital recently. We sincerely hope i Messrs. Megonigal, Waites and home last week and more expected
his recovery will be a speedy one'C I I Clarke went down in Dixie County momentarily-all rabbits. He admits

B. White, AMMlc, former inspector 'I on one recently Mr. Waites that it is a trifle difficult to
in our group, had just'would probably rather it didn't keep them supplied with food, and
about cleared through Separation get around, but he won the booby that he might sell them. Sooooo!
Center when suddenly, he had a prize with two squirrels to his Anybody interested in taking up

I -i change of heart. He turned right credit. rabbit-raising as a hobby, contact
z w47gidD around and shipped over at the We asked Mr. Megonigal if he Sam.
last minute and is now on 80-day
afraid of snakes
were sleeping on BOWLING NEWS: Frank Rel-
I: AROUi = f shipping over leave, after which he the ground. He said, "No, the ter (Material) hit 224, which is
,._ = :; -=- A&R will report to San Francisco. Nevr snakes aren't so bad, it's those big the highest score so'far in the second
let it be said that it's only a ole !"
Ethel Mf hogs I'm scared of It seems half
Machine Dh'lslon-by woman's privilege to change her
that he awakenedin
on one trip was
layer-A note of: interest to the mind. Good luck to you, C. B. We'll th hours CONDOLENCES: Our deepest
'f I: '-;" Machine Division is the remarkable I Willingham is stationed in Plant miss your big smile around the e early morning by sympathy gores to Gladys DeFonce
noise. And
there this
some was
-f performance? of: its bowling Division station. (Messenger Section) on accountof
i huge hog standing there star-
";:'/ team which now occupies second I Ij John Grady (Time Section) Remember Ann Shumate, attrac- at him. Guess the just the recent death of her twin
4 '.A- place in the A&R League. The i left last Friday. Good luck, Irish tive WAVE clerk in the Inspection( ing had been there for hours poor thing to brother Also to Martha Crum.
r,3?4. players are: J. Weaver (captain), Mildred Allen has also left us. Training Off ice? She became Mrs. out what it trying ley (formerly of the Messenger .
# J. Bedenbaugh, E. to in town, Mllly. figure was. Anyway, Section) because of the* death of
4'!': E. M. Wyson, Hope see you "Pat" McGuire and now the two I'll bet he didn't have time to
j t.!fv;': I Roundtree, R. Dooley, and P. Van I Ellen Messer left last Fridayfor some is a threesome. Little Patrick think it over after Mr.any Mac saw I her mother.
p:\'a Eklenburg. A little attendance Dallas, via plane, to play basketball Shannon McGuire made his appearance him! Correspondence Section is gladto
: by the Machine Division fans Some people have all the; recently and we wish this have Wally York back after ,
r:1 ;!K i .
> "\ would greatly help in boosting our little family every happiness and Attention, all dog racing fans'This ten days In the Veterans' Hospital

(.a"'::" team on to the final play offs in i luck.Anyone interested in playing the all good wishes! department will soon open a at Lake City By the way, Vic
L' '. a few weeks. How about dropping good ole Navy game of acey-ducey George L. O'Nail, Sic, checkedout new school" of "How to Beat the tor Frees (Procurement) is having
over to the southside alleys Friday see Lt. Carr or call ext. 703 for of the department 21 Januaryfor Dawgs. The school has been fortunate to remain longer than was antici.
l' evenings between 7 &: 9 p.m. an appointment. Charleston, South Carolina, in acquiring the servicesof pated at the hospital in Lake City.
.'; \1V; t and cheering our team on to a Engineering by Tommle- McLaughlin where he will be assigned to a a"well known pro "Hot-box Procurement Division is glad
; King. interested in learn-
victory. Howdy, howdy. Buzz ship. Good luck to'you, O'Nail that Margaret McDonald decided
made into Gamache and his five substitutesare After all, you joined the Navy to ing the art should contact "Step- against
have been accepting a
; At last we ping Tony" Waites of the Sheet position In a
still leading the bowling league the world!
with Lt. commercial office downtown
division again
'- a separate Metal Shop for further information ,
.'.,!, I Sivills in charge, and Lt. McCrary, Two more games, then the semi- "Jeep" Kirk spent last weekendin This school will guarantee to will remain with us.FOOLOSOPHY .

taking over Metals, Structures, and finals. Tampa, visiting with his father. dollars into : Nature
:.'' change your pennies or couldn'tmake
v From the looks of the poster on
< .,j Finish and Fabric. The people of the bulletin board, it appears as He left his little red jeep at. home your money will be cheerfully refunded us perfect' so she did the
:.' *.JK our division feel like the people another gala Engineering and rode to Tampa in style. next best thing-she made us blind
division though J. Howard Booth is now the to
change our faults.
., M t in Georgia, as we party is in the making. Prizes will proud owner of a new 1916 Chev- Maybe Mr. Dauphin can get
i,1/t '' officers faster than they change the be awarded for the best costume, rolet after waiting 14 months. back to his golf lessons rrext week. Grace E. Nevilte-Neil of Crew
'l governors, having had three in so start thinking up a good gizmo. Speaking of patience and He's been so busy lately with the Disbursing was married Sunday
.''.",''I v past two weeks. Have any of you noticed those he has them both. persistence surplus sale that he just hasn't to Robert K. Schulz, AOM2c, at
: :M; The Plant Division la dressing hot pinochle games in the dope George. W. Mayne, AM1c, our had Ime. Hear he's been boasting the Protestant Chapel by Chaplain

r., .,.,; up our shop with a new coat of shop every day at noon time? new M'A.A. of Barracks "D", has around Transportation about his E. W. Andrews. The couple expect
: ;'j. paint. A neat job well done. Everything Is wild but the joker. come up in the world since he. blonde instructor. Mrs. Dauphinwill to leave for a delayed honeymoon
,t )j.*.. Mr. Register returned to work Bill McFarland has just shoved bought his 1942 Plymouth. Smooth I probably boast him if she in Iowa some time in February
,:'f't' ; :Monday from Washington D. C., off on a 30-day leave. Good luck driving, George. It's a bit warmer, hears about this! Does anybody when! Robert completes his course
the Xmas Holi- have three cents for ? in Ordnance at NATTC.
\ where he spent and clean sailing Bill. too, isn't it? a stamp .
days. While there he sold his home Pee Wee Paul Barmen has just Who is the runner-up (or down) Howard Rutledge has been won- -S .-

and is now having the almost im- announced that a new litter of rab- for Sonja Henie? That is, on roller dering whether Mrs. Nail's houseon
possible job of finding a home here. bits arrived last week. Any one skates. Boy, how that "Gawja gal" Doctor's Lake is a home or a THREE CIVIL SERVICE

, ... His two children will reside in wishing to get an "Easter Bunny"had can skate! She's got bruises that night club. EXAMS ARE ANNOUNCEDThree
.4 Waycross, Ga., with relatives un- better put in an early order. speak for themselves.The Have you noticed Mr. Fritch'snew

til he finds a home in Jackson- C. E. Littlejohn has been rather three little monkeys, "See mustache? We heard that he examinations for proba-

nervous lately. What are you expecting Nothin', Say Nothin', Hear Noth- is growing it so h* can kiss the tional appointments to the positions .
_, ville.Mr.. McPherson returned from in May, Little? in' haven't much on the m m- girls and brush them off at the of Aircraft Instrument Me
his vacation and to his amazement There's a lot of big men in bers of our department as far as same time. That's supposed to bea hanic, Radio Mechanic, and Air
found that his tool box had sprouted Engineering and also a lot of little giving out news is concerned. We joke, but guess we should have craft Mechanic General were announced
legs and walked away. Keep ones, but it takes the smallest of have been given this space in the known better than to try to get a by the local Board of U
tool boxes, boys. all to be the pappa of twins. Yes, Jax Air News for news of or about laugh with that old stuff! S. Civil Service Examiners last
"c'', your eyes on your 'tis rumored that Dick Tracy'swife our personnel, or Interesting events week.
Annie Marlowe and Mattie Gibson is expecting twins. Good luck, concerning our personnel. So come
Applications for the
Plant positions) of
were transferred to Tracy. one, come all, and give with that Aircraft Instrument Mechanic
Division. We miss them both Looks like we will have to starta Meeting PostponedThe Radio Mechanic and
dirt.Did must be on file
Robert Leslie and Peter Van lost and found bureau for people you know that the Inspection with the Secretary, Board of U. S.
Tie chainon meeting of Shop Mastersand
their a
lose badges.
who has basketball
Eklenburg were made instructors Department now a Civil Service Examiners for the U
them, Lois and Tracy. team? Yessiree! And the. Foremen which was scheduled S, Naval Air Station .
recently. By the time this article appearsIn team is now entered in the Sta- for Tuesday of this week not later than 21 Jacksonville,
Mrs. Killams' son was one among print. Mr. (former ensign) tion League. Chief J. M. Payne, will be held this coming Tuesday applications April for 1947 However .
five injured in a truck-car accident Welch should be a proud daddy.If coach for the team, is very much Instead, It was announced General Aircraft Mechanic

on the Beach road Sun Engineering could turn out enthused so should all you fellow I by A. O. Anderson, Civilian' Personnel until the needs of will the be service accepted are

day. work like its employees turn out I shipmates. You will be notified of Officer met. For further information
Ruby Blum had a visit from her children, wouldn't we be IA"I the first game, so be on hand to As previously" announced, the tact the Board of Examiners con
husband and son last weekend from Metals, Structures, and Machines I give your full support. session' will be held in the conference Building 450 '
Jones, room of the Main Ad >
DeLeon Springs where they have --by Bobby Milo
two months.Mr. Structures.\' bull fiddle artist, is Simmons, all members of the Tall Building.that .
the past
) been working la Chief MM, nursing a bad callous on his index Tales club, were back in A&R' gefs all the breaks.E. .
Dlehland, .
resting up after a stren- Team No. 13 is still battling
without a finger. he has been offered
won't fishing again a job
go 306 has week-end at Locklousa for honors in the Bowling
Ozeme Lacy, shop enlisted uous The
in a fog the
He was lost on Georgia Highway Patrol
compass. Guards. team of and League, and though the -
hours in the U. S. Coast Fagan Taylor chalkedup competition
Saturday morning for four by his old buddy, Herman (The
Turbeville genial a catch of 20 speckled is really in the rugged stage
supervisor perch
the John .
and when it lifted was on Pretender) How about it, Strick
catch of shop 305. is taking a while the other participants reg- now, don't be surprised II ol 13
side of the river The
wrong Rumors also have it that Vera
comes out on
much-needed rest for the week. istered a goose egg. Fish mar- top.
of the day consisted of two small large He intends to do some fishing kets in Starke reported the sale Harvey is resigning this week to Ever since that salesman sweet-
catfish and several very assume the responsibilities of) domesticity talked
while on leave. of 20 fish to Jax shoppers over Willie Cannon into that
, bream Administration" Eugene (green light) Dickenson, the week end: also liquor stores However Vera neither little deal a few days ago Willie
,7: Personnel Dot Dickson and Mrs. Killam, shop 306, is busy these days grubbing reported a land-office business. denies nor confirms this! has been what is known to we

I:, ", by whose waS' butt in an auto- i. out palmetto roots ftt\ his new Engine: rhaul-by Carl W. And guess who has been draft Chevrolet ownerS as a Ford Fiend.
mobile son accident is getting along place on the beach. Player-Rumors are going around ed to take over for Vera in the He is living In that fantastic)
fine. Mrs. Killam, is now workingin Joe Fagan, R. W. Lewis, J. W,. that John Strickland, Shop 1301. O. C office? Why none other than dreamland to which all new Ford
the Time Section. :Miss Burdick Jones, Q W, Howell, Clyde 'McI is planning to resign and go back that cute little bundle of blonde owners are borne for the first

joined Dunbar ,staff, and Miss I :Mullen, George Taylor and Bill to Atlanta. It has been reported I fem ity, Lois Collins. Ben Tingen 1,000 miles.A.Mi 1

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Captain Howard V. Hot>ki! > USN

Commander Robert P. aUSN =
Kxvculive The top honor man of Class AF--
IJ JI 1. 19 is William Amundson. William J ,
j 1 Lt. Comman J. W. Williams. USN Lt. (jg) finished his course with a final average .e
Public Information Officer,
" comes to the
of 87.83. His home is in
N4\ AJfinor Jx Air
t Newt
<> after 15 months <
FAtaorW Office fur NATTC :Section. U.".m. 1ST and 18> *, teen of which : Robert Lockhart of Class AF19 :
Administration Kml.lin" i>)>)-.\.. !{'!. Kxt. 20S. coral island of '
in second with final
came place a ;
of 87.48. Robert hails f
Editor average ,
( Arthur T. K. onikolU.. Sic from Flint. Michigan. .
AF20 NEWS- ':
N.wn"'rriir .
:': Robert J. Wvhlinir, Siar .iv AF20 continued on the victory .
road by defeating AF21: in the '
r All rhotogrftph. ore official; ; U. S. Navy Photntrraphi ma.I., by NASrh.Mo NATTCen Gym Saturday, January -
Lab and Av. 1'un.l. Schuul Photo Lab util.-es otherwise cr..lit.o.l.t Amundsoii ,
I )('khart 18. by a score of 5140.
winning I ,>
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!J IOM -- I was streak leading they. January at again the 21.captured half"Sft32l 2018.AI.ilTuesday. but< 21 1G

AF20 settled down in tare last halt

SHORT SHOTS I to take the game. These games
mark AF20's 9th and 10th victories t
which gives them a still undefeated (

t .By :MiMulscht-ln season. They have scored over

Ordnance A hoop team has been 50 points against Ureir opponentsin
; WHffT TO DO! WHERE TO cot going to town and has taken the the last six games.
first four games of the season. Fri AF20 has a new addition to their r
day night will be their fifth encounter class. The newcomer is Herbie Miller )
and they are confident ofa who has just returned from''
-. MOVIE SCHEDULE I victory after the 24-17 beating emergency I leave. He was formerlyin
NATTC they handed down to T.T.M. last AK16 and 18. "I'
Tuesday night. The Maintenanceboys !Ship's Company News
..... THURSDAY-"THE PILGRIM LADY" with Warren Douglassand s. managed to take aft early I' Congratulations are In order for
Lynne Roberts. lead in the first quarter but the Roy Odom. ARMH- who tied<<1 the
FRIDAY U !'o\\Tl'HU.\\-"SONG OF THE SOUTH" with half found the score tied at 99. ; knot Saturday *- h "'r I )toru,
=; Luani: Patten and Bobby Driscoll. The third quarter was a close, action chased her SO
SUNDAY "BEAST WITH FIVE packed fight with the score
f FINGERS" starring Robert I
Aldi and Andrea As Aviation :! at the breather again tied at ,
f" King. I
cer. he watched 13-13. \ IIMERjhe
wsn.xn TI'E:-. ).\"CALIFORNIA"" featuring Ray .al. tIt ?
which thousands I was the fourth and final quarter -i l
land and Barbara .
Stanwyck.WKDNKSDAY tioned during tho that T.Q.A. went all out and! !
; -" with Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. to 163 navy men finished up the game with a 24-17
TilUKSDAY-"LADIES MAN" starring Eddie Bracken and Virginia For those win. I
t-- Fields. of duty on Giacalone was high man with 9
quarters are tallies closely followed by Carlin
, ii Yellow Waler set huts and with 6, Monroe with 1, and Gilpin
include movies, with 3. Doeller and Bass each
r TIIUUSDAY NO SHOW. ties, baseball scored a point apiece. Bass bye-
I .' S.\TlfHU.-\Y-"SWELL GUY" with Sunny Tufts sports. the-bye had only had his hand out .w./ words. to refresh every-
and Ann Blythe. However don't of a cast 3 or 4 days before: the one's memory. This small but

I n."PILGRIM! LADY" with Warren Douglass and Lynne and plant a kit.'I game. sometimes powerfuJ column in the
Roberts. The result of thegamt's the: ear JAX AIR NEWS is what we be
sulting an
ly part of the week left T.A.O. andM.A.D lieve to be the choice dirt froma
MONDAY AND 'fl'ISIJ.1""SONG: OF THE SOUTH" starring used by the Japs
the only undefeated teamsin choice people better known by
Luana Patten and Bobby Driscoll.IVKIINK&DAY the war have
the league. T.O.A. plays the most of us as the ORPHANS. So
: ; BEAST WITH FIVE FINGERS" featuring of democracy.In Marines'! February 17. but both lar so good because in tire past no
Robert Alda and Andrea King. I fact, why teams have tough games before matter what quantity or quality of
Tln'H'U.Y-NO SHOW.THINGS Koror, plant a that date. The ordnancemen meet dirt we were able to dig up it was
seed and after a the Disbursing ttvve tomorrow at enjoyed by all and swallowed by
a TO DO-ABOARD up a luscious 1900 in tire gym for one of their the faithful-suffering. All officers
(Sounds like a ) toughest battles. and men have reacted with the
HOBBY SHOP Monday through Friday, Personnel of greatest of sportsmanship and the
2130 Saturday and Sunday 13002130. take this This week class 29 has brought l least of grudges. Therefore, we resolve -
Lt. (jg) Cooley, Ordnance A School six youthful I to bring you more and better
Bid 114. Wing No.1.
.; tour of duty with sailors to increase their
1700S ; eager dirt as time goes by.
FLKKTS; : INN-Beer sold nightly ant.BASKETBALL I knowledge and learn fromheir j I In the future we would appreciate -
Bldg. 517. Sandwiches and snacks available. wise instructors the many in- each student section to appoint -
ing the sports and complexities of naval I a representative for the sole
nU\\ I.ISG-Six alleys behind Ship's Service parts. The most t The students who in |, purpose of submitting interestingdata
mural game short weeks will take for publication in this col-
ahls to all personnel Monday through Saturday,
was played place in the Navy as accom- j'I' umn. Although only among us for s
17002130. tween our own B.B. stackers are: Czeba- three weeks we enjoy everyone
MAD. We \ : I Furey. Kritzer Logan, Flt'tI ', laughing with us each time we receive -
S11'1MMlNG-Ail Outdoor Pools Closed) Indoor one point score II I and Picardi. I the JAX AIR NEWS. We also -
( Pool Bldg. 614, Recreational Swimming. Monday, loss the Sparky I To make room for these six men, plan to have each Division ap-

J Tuesday, Wednesday Friday 0900 to 1200. Monday in their usual I I has found it must graduate 'II point a representative to relay the
through Friday 1800 to 2015. Saturday 1000 to 1200, : mell over TTS 14. This class is unique and \ latest dope to us. Nothing will b,
racking up a (yes yes> in that their printed if intended to bring fortha
1300 to 1600 1700 to 2015. Sunday 1200 to 1600 1700'' the new addition ,' desire, when the drafts come I General Court Martial. Decks

to 2045. M. Allen the for further assignment is that and Summarys are our specialties.Any .
even greater I I five of them be sent to the same I' deviation from the actual
NAT1C LltiKAKY Located in Auditorium. The Sparky (isn't that nice! ) | facts will be purely coincidental.

Open Monday Tuesday hursday and Friday 1300 to Bowling team are : These men all have names and ;< Our good friend Richard has
up" the alleys. are: Holbrook, Polyak, Rie- been making quite a few moist libertles. -
2100. Wednesday 1230 to 2100. Saturday and Sun- .Jt one victory I Weaver and Carney. Next She says. Quote: Oh. Richard -

day, 1230 to 2100.) night, it makes i CLASS 15! ] how divinely you dance whenwe
right on the top. I Just to show that it pays in ev both feel so gay. Unquote
dergoot are still way to be smart, neat and ; Richard is cute isn't he?
ATIILKTIC: GKAK Available at Gear Locker Students' Team : I Stanley Stratton Clemens, It's just troubleNOT DOUBLE
victory so if 'I Torgenson have been given I TROUBLE! Eh Bob.
t' Physical Training Department, Bldg. 513. that isn't on the I '. privileges and praise by the Everyone has been expectingthat

TJSSIS-Racqueta and balls available at Physical out" for the ol' i party at the locker in- I flea-bitten hound, Shorty, to
Basic Phase : ( held the 20th of the produce and she did. This really
Training Bldg. 513. tructor I should go to Ripley not the Rip
former Bks. M.A., I These men had all shown extra I (Continued on Page 7)) > 1
The Generator and pains in making their --
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE Britt C. R. to neat and in the eyes of the er of a: 8 pound% oz. b bybt-; i
home." We hope inspecting party were airworthy this week and Luther is more than
JACKSONVILLE I'-\CIUS-Buses leave at frequent intervals assignments special privileges for unusual ) a little proud. That puts Lutheras 1
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sam e as Navy). Surf bath- I duty and can I smartness. happiest man in the barracks I
ing ana other recreation at one of world: finest ocean beaches. Bus I word" on I It has been suggested that Mr.McCauley and Armstrong a close second-
fare 25c. I has requested the lower Oh yes, California was repre- I
CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San An Eskimo wing for locker inspection just I sented at the Daytona Beach
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shure Bus, three blocks from last stop on housekeeping : take a gander at the inside of "Stock Car" races. O'NVsal and his
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c: canoes-$1.00 per hour; motorboats items in her I locker door. It's really a I Chev took care of that. Steve says
-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. a blub that O'Nealliidn't go alone, either
pot and sewing I Luther's wife became the moth- but that he took "their" girls.
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1' NATTC Records 3 Wins Over Week End "I

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SINIBALDI Cecil Field Ward Island Fernandina I' TOA: TOPS LEAGUE- :

r Week End Victims Of Air Raider QuintTo BASKETBALL PLAY,

AT r ,
Play Cavaliers, WAS 'Dallas, Texas Friday And Saturday I TEA SETS RECORD

,. 'AS')INSTRUCTOR The week-end's cage action of the NATTCenter Air Raiders added three more wins A high stepuing TOA aggregation :

to their ever-growing string of victories. The local quintet still holds the tie for first place took over the top Basketball spot In

tk ":" after trouncing Ward Island Texas team 68-49 for their 5th Naval Air Training Conference Ship's Company
? fw Terminatingnearly: five ;years in League, by taking a pair of vic-
%'" Uncle *SapV. NaYy Al Sinibaldi win. Cecil Field and Fernandina basketballers were no match for Coach Knickelbine's ; tories the past week of play. Their

5,. l>oxer, par excellent and tutor of fast passing, precision shooting cagers, as first, second and third stringers proved their record is now four victories againstno
: .alt pugilistic! Twlnded Navy men at defeats.
mettle under fire
against them.
i ,, NATTC, has been dischar g ed from I Last Wednesday, TTM slipped
.. i-; Navy:butil carry on in a I I past a Dispensary team by a score
similar capacity as Civilian Box- Cecil Field Fall with a 83-45 Loss BASKET HERE I COME!! of 26 to 24. McGinty was high
ing Instructor at NATTC. One of I From the opening gun till the for the Maintenance crew with 14
the first jobs Al will undertake ; last bucket sunk, the locals had points while Beaver made 9 for the
will be to lead a NATTC Boxing I complete control over the Cecil losers. TOB defeated TTS 26 to
team into the Golden Gloves quintet. Coddington receiving a 14, and TOA won from Medical by
i\ tournament in Jacksonville in Feb- i set-up pass from Henningson sank 30 to 13 in other games on Wed
ruary. Al is former lIght-H avy- i the first bucket for the Air Raiders nesday. Luscombe made 10 pointsfor
weight Champion of New England, and was quickly followed by a TOB and Silva scored 7 for
but has lost his crown due to in- long shot from Johnson and a re- TTS. Fox with 10 for TOA and
....Uvlty. bound by Henningson to tally a Rippeman with 8 for Medical were
comfortable lead over the visitors nigh for their teams.
.. 4 I After compiling a comfortable Friday, MAD won out in a close
: lead of 25.4 the second stringers 9S game over TEA by a 47 to 46
tI' I took over to raise the ,'ount. Ainsworth with 14 for MAD
i : 'I count to 29-6 Coach Knickelbme. led his team's scoring and Smith
d confident of an easy victory, sent of TEA also had 14 to lead' his
lin an eager third squad, anxiousto ream. TAS Division won easily
prove its ability surprised everyone I rom TAI by a score of 37 to 20.
with fast cage action. Thv Scoring was evenly divided on theTAS '
count at the end of the first half squad, as' Kimbel was high
t 1 was 37.13 in favor of the locals with only 5 points. Murphy sank
The second half, played almost entirely 12 to lead TAI.

by the reserves ended with A Monday, Dispensary won a hairline
the final score of 83-45 and provedto decision from TOB 31 to 30;
j Coach Knickelbine that he had TOA toppled TTM 24 to 17; and
three dependable teams instead of TEA broke all scoring records in

one. : romping over TTS ,fry 80 to 14.
Box Score Beaver with 14 points again led
I the Dispensary team, while Ivans
A AIR RAIDERS I SO SAYS TilE BALL as it heads toward the basket and anotherscore and Luscombe with 8 points apieceled
Name Pas FG FT F Pts that adds victory for the top-flight Air Raiders basketball TOB. In the TOA TTM game,
Coddington F 1 0 1 2 team. Pictured above is Goodman I iNo. .1.> of NATTC in the act of Giacalone was high for TOA with
i > 1I.ay F 4 0 0 8 sinking another bucket for the Air Raiders in their game against 8 points, while McGinty had 10 for
Clark F 2 0 0 4 Cecil Field Also in the photo above is No.( 18)) Cudd of the local the losers. Allen led TEA in their
Cudd F 2 1 0 5 team ready for the rebound to make sure of the tally II double-barreled victory with 13
Spurke F 2 1 1 5Henningson points. Scheerz and Silaa had 4
y 0 5 2 0 11 I ningson and Kerr of the local five faze the Navy boys because they apiece for TTS:
,1R Kerr 0 2 0 0 4 leading the scoring parade, NATTi came back In the second half to
-- -- -- Wilcox C 2 0 4 .f Center sailed through a conn'ntional run away with the game and finished League Standing
The curly-headed l leather thrower Johnson G 6 2 1 14 'I basketball game for their with a final score of 73.53.
has been stationed down here Goodman G 3 0 1 6 fifth conference win. The Raider Team Won Lost Pet
at NATTC for over three :Man08 G 2 2 2 6 Quintet is noW tied for first dace AIR RAIDERS TOA . .. .. -i OI.DOO
years '
and has turned in an exceedinglyfine I Kuehl G.5 1 1 11 I with Ottumwa and NAS Jax Name Pos. 1"0 FT F Pts Mad ..' .. . 2 0 1.000
of In Pack G 1 1 0 3 Kerr F 7 3 2 17 TEA . .. . 3 1 .750
job coaching. 1945, the
NATTC - AIR RAIDERS Wilcox F 0 1 0 1 D . .. .. .. 3 1 .750
rated" Boxing Team he headed I 37 9 11 83 Name Fos. FG FT F pts Goodman F 4) 0 2 0 TOB ..... .. .. 2 2 .500
was as tops in the
country. Kuehl F 1 0 1 2 Kuhl F 3 2 2 8 TAF .. .. .. 1 1 ,500:
Al for himself the team.filled in as hv vyweight CECIL FIELD McNay F 1 1 0 3 McNay F 2 3 1 7 TCT .. . 1 1 .:.500TAS
Name Pos. FG FT F Pts Coddington F 2 1 3 5 Stillman F 0 0 1 0 . .. .. 1 2 .333
During his five years in the Kennedy F 3 2 2 8 Cudd Fi 3 011. Hennlngson C 4) 1 -i 13 :Medical . .. 1 2 .333
Navy, Sinibaldi has never been defeated Smith F 1 0 0 2 Mancos F 0 0 1 0 Cudd C 1 1 0 3 IT1.1 .. .. .. 1 3 ,250
and in 9 years of both amateur Long F 0 0 0) 0 Hennlngson C 8 :3 3 J9 Cox COO 1 0 TAI . . . 0 3 .00)
and professional fighting Oswald F 6 0 1 12 Panek C \ 0 0 0 0 Johnson G 4 1 1 9 I' I .
owns a record' of 67 victories' Bainbridge C 1 1 2 3 Clark G 0 1 1 1 Pant'k G 1 0 1 2
against only 7 setbacks. Of these Dixon C 2 0 1 4 Kerr G 8 3 1 19 Spunk GOO 0 0
: fights he has never been knockedout. Woolls G 2 2 5 6 Johnson Gi 0 1 8 Coddington 0 3 3 3 9 Bowling LeagueFor
The year 1946 has been one Carmichael G. 0 0 0) 0 - Mancos G 1 1 0 3 I

of Al's most successful, as he owns Buchser G 4 1 4 9 28 12 11 is Clark G .! .: :: ..31 I Ship's Co.
decisive victories over' Jim Parker' ''
Hardy G 0 0 3 0 '
Kayo Drummond, Jim Kelly Bob NATTC WARD ISLAND 28 19 20 75FERNANDINA
'I Name Foe FO FT F pts I In Full SwingAlleys
Buckley, Tom Sharkey Wade 19 6 15: 45
Tolin F 9 1 0 19 I
Chancey and Buddy Knox.
Knox Raiders down NATTC Ward Island
his most recent victim i Sunderland F 2 1 2 5 Name Pos. FG FT F Fta are humming and pins
was rated 68-49
Bixth best Bauer F 0 0 1 0 Hancock F 0 2 3 2 are toppling without rest in the
Heavyweight' in the This Texas team was no match
World, and at time Erickson F 1 0 2 2 Gerbing FZ: 1 1 :5 new Ship's Company Bowling
one or another for the Air Raiders., With Hen-
which is now in its second -
ha fought all the Sherwood C 6 2 3 14Mikkleson Grant F 0 0 3 0 League
top in
the Heavy' bracket C 4) 0 0 0 Jones F 0 0 0 01! week. With but three games
.. Kingpin Joe Louis, himotlf.except the Strike Robey G 1 1 3 3 Gordon C 10 4 3 24// under its belt, TOB is entrenched -
Ryan G 2 1 3 5 Haddock C 1 0 3 2 j, in first place followed closely
I Patterson 0 4) 1 2 1 I Daugherty G 2 2 5 6 by TAF and one of the teams

s Weidman 0 4) 0 0 0 McKendree' G 6 1 3 13 I from TEA. Individual average for
Individual Scores - O'Hlgginbtm. G Q 1 2 11 the leaders per game is 143.
21 7 1649 Williams G 0} 0 lj 0'' Ten Divisions are represented" in
the league and the teams bowl
Local Quint Trounce Fernandina
Individual I
point for
scores the
a 21 11 24 53 once each week. No handicaps are
Aid Raiders so far in >9 games Journeying to Fernandina, the
Name Poe. FO FT Tot Air Raiders for the second timeIn This weekend the NATTCenterAir allowed on previous scores.
Kuehi D.R. F 27 the season, badly defeated an Raiders play the Cavaliers on The individual high game rolledso )
11 65
R. G. F 12 3 27 independent team there. I Friday at the Jackson High Gym far in the two weeks' of bowlingwas :
.anek... R. E. 0 13 5 31r Fernandina at first surprised the and on Saturday at the Auditorium turned in by Choate of TEA
';; &,' Kdf j-Q W. F 28 10 66 locals by leading at the half, 28-25, I, NATTC at 2030, they face ((2)) with a hot 188, and a three
Gor- NAS Dallas Texas for their sixth game total of 508. This is good,
i with expert ball handling by ,
;'+lMry4B! : wltt gao,'DA.H. C 65 268 1528 don their star center This didn't conference game. but 300 is a perfect' game.
the results of the
Following are
\0 CUd;;,)V. J. 0 J8 8 H
.-ir.aUJ1me.n{ :' L. K. 0 4 2 10 last two weeks:
:.. JooiifJo1\j, D.S. O' 39 10 88 NATTC Educational Ripple January 21

"".:w Coddington, J. F 13 7 33 TAF . 3 P . .. 0

,. Spunk: J. G 4 1 9 Services Offices To (Continual from Page 6)) TOB . 3 TEB . .. 0
cox; K. G. C 0 0 0 January 27
Clark, B. R. F 10 4 2t Give G. E D TestsHere's We all recall that our CMAA, TEA (1) 3 TLT .. .. 0
Goodm'n D. L. G 4 0 8 Tommy, felt for a long time that MAD . 2 Dental ... .1
Wilcox, O. H. G 2 1 5 good news for those interested hv would sooner or later have to TAF . .. 2 TEA (2)) ... 1
Mancos, J. R. F 3 3 9 in receiving" their High turn his hat around and relieve I' -5 SC
.KlmbRU, R. D. G 0 0 0 School Diploma while in the Navy himself, well he certainly will now. Two-thirds of the Indian population
His force is going to sea. of Oklahoma are on farms,
-- The Educational Services Officer, '
245 99 589 Lt. F. Andrews, has recently obtained Now, if you must sleep" in, well as compared with only two.nfths
Denotes' either shipped out, or is ... permission to issue and also see the OOD at 1645. j of the white population.
no longer with the team.' -- mark the General Educational
No. of games played-9. THE HOWLING SEASON! is Development Tests. These examinations -
Point average per game-65.5.: : open and all likely kegglers' can are for the benefit of personnel I I
now keggle to their hearts de who haven't tire necessary League StandingsConference
light. Snapped recently in action -
credits for a High School Diplomaor
Minnesota is one of the world'sgreat just before releasing the
required subjects or credits to NATTC scores:
with the wheat largest producing flour mills in centers Min ball alley for is E.its A.long Schorsch trip down, AMMlc the enter an accredited college. I Naval Air Training AthleticConference NATTC Jacksonville 68; NAT .-

neapolis. of the TAF Division team. TAFis The results of these tests aid Standings: TC Ward Island 49.
NAS Jacksonville 54 NAS Dallas -
wh'tthI I ;
schools in
high determining
a member of the Ship's Co. I Team W L Pd.
34. .,
er the examinee has the equivalentof 'i
Sailors are taught to Jump into Intramural Bowling League now NAS Ottumwa 6 0 1.000 NAS Glenview 35 NATTC Men*
the water from a ship feet first, in full swing. At least one, and a high school education. They NATTC Jax r. 0) 1.OO) 29. ,
thus facing less danger of being possibly two more leagues are also assist in the proper place- NAS Jax 4 0 1,000 phis NAS Glenview 41; NATTC Memphis -
ment of
knocked out by floating wreckage. scheduled to open Boon. dischargees. NAS Corpus Christ 3 0 1.000 34.NPFS.
Personnel wishing to take these NATB Pensacola 3 2 .600
Ottumwa 59; NAS Banana -
tests may do so upon request at NATTC Ward Isl.i 3 .571 River 47.

BOXERS AND WRESTLERS I the NATTCenter Educational Serv- NAS Whit. Field 2 3 (00 NPFS Ottumwa 105; NAS $t.
ices Offices, Bldg. 501, work-
any NAS Glenview 2 4 .333 Simons 60.NATTC .

Anyone Interested in fighting in the Golden Glove TournamentIn ing day, Saturdays preferred. NAS Banana River 1 3 ,2M Ward Island 101; NAS

Jacksonville next month should contact Al Sinibaldi at the Gym, NATTCIemphis 1 5 .167 St. Simons 59. .
Rlrig.; 563. Also| anyone who would like to fight 'in a Station Snicker, see A three-inch length of the finer- NA& Dallas 0 5 .Qt)0 I NATB Pensacola 52; NAS Whiting
Sinibaldi. A wrestling, team i. to be formed 'p" NATTC and all who than-hair fjlament wire used in NAS .St. Simons 0 6 po 50'NAS

have had experience or desire! to wreUe, contact! HlnlbaJdl at airy electric lamps is strong enough to j jI Whiting 50; NATB T'ensas
time of the day. Phone Ext. 8283. hold 200,000<<> times its own weight. Naval Air Training Athletic cola) 43.r'r .

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS January.


WA1lIS STING HORNETS [ Fliers Out To Continue


Ii \Vinning Sireull. Tonitf..J

) Florida Southern, IM/ITTC Memphis,

And Banana River Tills Scheduled
"- '

NAS Jax's hustlin' Fliers after blowing Over. a strong

,S Florida University five and dropping a weak NAS "D llas

Ii quintet, will put their seven-game winning strealoon the

.\ ifo:.:.. i line tonight against Florida Southern College in' the' start .of

_' schedule for the week.
: a light three-game -

The high-geared Fliers step outside the conference

> night to play Florida Southern at -
t the latter's hardwood but returnto for 15 points but turned in hisbest
i II floor game of the season. Defensively -
.1 t conference action tomorrow I
$ night when they meet NATTC Platt was one of the
Memphis at Malnside. Saturdayfinds main factors in holding back the

vi ftS t ,4e meet the NAS local Banana cagers River scheduledto on the Gators'attempt last to overtake quarter the spurt Fliers in an

Hellcat court. The Fliers are set- Another lad who turned in by

Sj tled on top of the league scramble, far his best game of the season
\ M : /i: 1)z ) tied with NATTC Jax NATB Cor- was Jim DeGroote. Platt and De-

pus Christ, and Ottitmwa PreFlight Groote teamed together to stymiethe
Gator attack after Buntin arlT.
i with four league wins to ,
had left the via the foU"
credit d feats. Ary game
their against no r Jax will be aftef its ninth victory route. The two hustling guards'
A S ..: of the season tonight. With froze the ball the final seven minutes -
of And DeGroote's long
losses to Duke University and
shot late in the third canto shoved
Florida University blemishingtheir
-P .c record, the Fliers have the local five into a threepointlead
1 U. which they failed to relin-
scored victories over Florida ,
Pratt General Hospital Morrison quish.
Another standout was Art Reed
Field NAS Dallas NAS Glenview
) o Charleston Navy Yard, and two I who pumped in two straight buck
I ets from the corner of the hard-
wins over NAS St. Simons.
I't a I wood to put the local cagera back
t aa j With a starting five averaging into the game after the Gators
I around the six foot barrier, Coach
IN A CLOSELY CONTESTED game. the NAS Jx WAVES dropped the Dallas Hornets' 24-21 in Ray Pflum is likely to make one had pulled ahead of the eventual
an overtime period at the losers' goalery last Friday night Skipper Edge 10 snapped as she scoreson winners.
change in his regular starting
a crip shot for the local sextette in the waning minutes of the game shortly before the gun. for the clash with Florida Platt led the scoring for the
\ The WAVES took an early lead, but the Hornets got hot in the final period and dropped in Southern This will find Art Reedat Pflummen with 15 markers, trail-
six points to tie the score at the end of the regulation playing time. Following the WAVES' victory a guard spot instead of T. S. ed by T. S. Ary and DeGroote whogarnered
9 and 7
points respectively
the NAS Fliers beat NAS Dallas. 5131.I' Ary who is on the injured list be- I .

cause of a badly-sprained ankle .
I WAVES Rack Up Another Prelim Win filers \* N'AS Dallas ,

Leading all the way and never Injuries Dog FliersAs
I' threatened seriously, the Jax Fliers

With 24-21 Victory Over Dallas TeamThe place tightened in the Naval their Air grip Training on first Ary And YoumansAre

Athletic Conference last Friday
--- -- ---
NAS Jax WAVES had togo
Out Of ActionOle
night with a sound 51-34 trounc-
all out to beat a game and i NAS Intra-Mural Basketball ing of NAS Dallas, Texas, before
fighting Dallas sextette 24-21, last 700 fans. man jinx: has finally caughtup

Friday in an encounter which went Jan ran up a .-0 lead in the with tare high flyin' Fliers, but
into an overtime period on the League Moves into High GearUnder opening minutes of the game and oh, what a time to catch up with
Just when the local
losers' hardwood. The WAVES the first quarter had only three cagers
held a four-point lead with less the direction of Lt. Comdr. Kass Kovalcheck, minutes to go before Jack Bond are leading the NATAC and riding

than two minutes to go, but the the NAS intra-mural basketball league got underway Monday got the first goal for the a victory string of seven straight
wins two of the starting: five are
scrapping gals from the Lone Star was 16-6. in favor Jax, at the
State dropped in two quick buck- and is now in full progress. Three games cue being first intermission. benched because of injuries. Both

ets just before the gun to carryit played daily at Mainside Auditorium, the first from 1200to : Dallas made its only serious bid have played a major part in keeping -

into an extra quarter. 1300 ; the second, 1300-1400, and the last, 1530-1630.( at the opening of the second quar- the locals on top and will b-

In the hot finish, the Jax gals Games will be played six days: a week with Sattu'd:ly ter when Ralph Robertson and sorely High-scoring missed. T. S. Arvis
-- guard
broke ahead free toss by Dan Rogers shot the host team
on a being 1000-1100
games played at .
and probably will be out of al-
"Butch" Glover add then sealed within three points. Three differ-
up 1100-1200. and 12001300. Referee.
tion for at least two weeks becauseot
the game on a bucket by Laddie Marines Lead EM will be furnished by the Physical ent Fivers connected in a hurry.
for however and the local finished -
Vladeff. Vladeff led the scoring Training ,Department. cagers
the WAVES for the evening with the half with a 33-16 mar-
Bowling League I Scheduled for the coming week
four two pointers and two free starting tomorrow are Marines vs. gin.After
tosses. Coach Skipper Edge tailed that it was no contest as
Currently leading the enlistedmen's Hospital, Flag Unit vs VM Unit
Vladeff by potting six points in first Jim DeGroote than Hat i \'
and Instruction VO
vs. ATU. Feb.
addition to playing a good defensive bowling league I is the Marine 1: VA ATU vs. Personnel. Reserve Platt warmed up to a sirzlmg

game. I Barracks led by Sgt. Marion E. Enlisted vs Ordnance and Publi- pace.
The NAS WAVES outscored Platt. The Marines have won their cation vs. Operations. Feb 3.: Exec. DeGroote was the big gun in

Miller Electric, 30-15, to tie with ; first two encounters in loop play, Enlisted vs Dispensary, Communi- thewinners' attack with 12 I'U11t: -
the Miller sextette for second spotin I knocking over Welfare and Photo cation vs. Inspection, and A&R vs to his credit. Platt picked up nine 3
Basketball I markers, as did T. S. Aryho left
the City loop Lab.With Supply.
Tuesday night at Kirby Smith eight teams entered in the February 4: Marines VS. VM the game early in the first halt'because
gym. A last-quarter drive by the league no more teams will be accepted of an injury and vim at
; Unit Hospital vs. Instruction and
the time of his depaituu I itom i J 1
for the The
WAVES ran a score which had loop. eight
Unit VO ATU. ,.
Flag vs. Feb. 5: VA .
been fairly even throughout the teams include R1, IATU, A&R, VM play was going at a torrid pai i m 5.
ATU vs. Ordnance, Personnel vs
first half. Skipper Edge poured in Unit Photo Lab, Welfare, Physical Publication, and Reserve Enlistedvs leading the Flieis attack
12 points for the winners to lead Training, and the league-leading The Pflummen were scheduled
Operations. Feb. 6: Exec. En-
the scoring for the evening, close- Marines. I to meet Corpus Christi Saturday
listed vs. Inspection, A&R vs
ly followed by Laddie Vladeff who A team which is sure to give the Communications, and Dispensaryvs. night, but engine trouble grounded
the local basketeers in Daila'; A
copped off 11 markers for the Marines plenty of trouble for thef* Supply.
return match with NATB o
night first place honors is the VM squad. n'put'has
Ninety games are on tab for the been rescheduled.
Tomorrow night the WAVESwill Three of its members have been
intra-mural season. The original
fate the Brunswick, Ga., Paper bowling around the 200 mark all Summary of the Dallas-Jax lilt
schedule had but 30 games, but Mr. NAS J\\ H; IT TPOl
Dolls in a return match at Main- season. They are Pete Ebert. Joe ,, .
Kovalcheck re arranged the schedule !;root'" i ..._, II U 12
side in a preliminary tilt to the Torbert, and Dave Daniels. Ebertis and added two new teams to Morris f .. .......... . I n 2 4'"a' "a
Fliers' contest. The WAVES drop- of the VM outfit and Herd f . ." ,. ... ", 2 3 7Kutclrarer
last captain the group, thus making it a bigger f ..,..... .. .. .. H n 0Huntiu
Dolls their
ped the Paper in just the other night turned in a and better intra-muial loop. c .. ...... ... ....... 1 2 I -nms:....
meeting. 4015. The local gals will score of 232. Scores of this wetk's; games were navies, c ... ...... ....... 1 2 4I'Istb a bail' -pl'a'IIf'+ nkeanc1
meet Rollins College Saturday i .. ......... .. .. .... 4 i 9 I should h-r'av shuII I is tragtured,
M-amside Audi- Pin boys are needed at the Main- as follows: Monday, Supply, 50.: Krhl, I .... .. .... ........ II 2 2 .
night at 1830 in side Bowling Alley, and anyone I Communications. 31 ; Dispensary, .Vrr, c ... .... .... ....... 4 1 9 AI'will have tt+ have a cat" puton
torium caring to set should contact I 20: Inspection. 42. Enlisted Kitdimrl. f .. .... ... ........ I II 4Iluey : and thus will hold him ,out of
pins Tuesday .. ................. for
g 2 2 play at least six weeks, Now
Harry Mann at Bldg 726, or phone' Reserve, 17; VSB, 5'Flag; _
593 I Unit. 50; Marines, 30. Totals ... ,............ 21 12 51 you know why Comdr. Ray Pflum
WAS Archers -.-- -. --_ .. -----... --. NAS DALLAS FCi I'T IPWatrrcon goes around with that worried
( .. ............ 1 It 2 I look. And some folks think a coach
Improve Skill NAS Leather Pushers Prepare For Nowln Robertson, f, .(. .... .......... II II 1 0 7 has nothing to worry about

/ml. f .. .::::: :::::::::: : 0 0 I Ouch!!!)

Results of the first Olympic Miami U. Match & Golden GlovesWith Hanson! e .. .... .........i ( 0 0 And to make matters worse Ed
bowmen match held 23 January at Roger, r ..."........,.. Z 4 0 1 Youmans one of the best rebound
Hamburg r "".. .. ."..... t 0 I 0Rued.
the NAS Archery Clubhouse show only a few short weeks left before their initial 'UhMiami g .. ... ........... 7 2 I' artists the Fliers have is out be-
ed that the station archers have University on 14 February NAS boxers, under the direction pf Colton. I ..., .,.. ".,...", 0 i 5 cause of a stone bruise and it's
,.. ....... 0 0
since taking archeryin fo..ick g not definite when the big boy will
improved up 1 Lt. Comdr Anthony J. Rubino. have stepped up their daily workoutsat -
December. The club divided its the station boxing pavilion. Totals . . . . 1) 8 34 be back. He might be able to see
membership into two teams, with Lt. Comdr. Rubino has aUo been rounding his boxers into shapefor Personal louU, Jat DeCroot :+. Kttd action tonight or this week-end
the first team winning the match. the Golden Gloves tourney to be held in Jacksonville soon. The Kutch Tr. Uuntui, 3, Datit" 3. Platt, S.Kthl. but at practice this week the ailing -

Next Wednesday and Thursday NAS pugilists will be title defenders in the Jacksonville Golden Gloves N:' .wlri.. 2.2,hoer ItotxjrUon.JI| Dallas Z, llamon.Wattrion 3. Hogert 2.- forward sat with Ary along

evenings another archery match Last year the power-laden boxing squad won the downtown tourneyand t, Flon-l 2. C lton, s, and C'oiiick; 2. the sidelines in the capacity of Joe
will be held at the Archery Club will be strong title defenders this year if Mr. Rubino can scrapeup Fliers \t" Florida U. Fan.Ary
starting 1800. Also, six of the a couple of good heavyweights. The Jaxmen are shy in the heavier Coach Ray Pflum's NAS Jax got his ankle banged! up in II
members are going on a bear hunt weights and anyone caring to try out for the boxing team should Fliers turned back a stubborn the Dallas game. He was shoved
this week-end. Last week, two of contact Mr. Rubino at ext. 593 or at Bldg. 726. Florida University five, 46-43, last (yes, we said shoved!) out of

the club members went bear hunt- When the final bell called a halt to all hostilities in the 1916 Thursday in a closely contested bounds underneath his own basket -
ing and although they took a cou- Golden Gloves, NAS Jax found itself with five winners in battle right down to the wire at during a foul shot To make
ple of shots at one. they were not class, two more in the novice division and 23 points which speed the losers' court. it worse no foul was called on the
good enough to bring it down. "Team Trophy Winners." Some 2,000 cash customers turn- opposing player who literally lifted -
Scores of the first Olympic mdtch Two of the NAS Jax lads who made the trip to the Golden Gloves ed out to see the visiting Jaxmen "T. S. from the floor.

held were: finals in Madison Square Garden came back as champs. Eddie Chyz hang up their seventh victory in Youmans has been! troubled with
I Ind.l won in the 118 lb. class, pleasing the crowd with his clever workmanship nine starts, their sixth in a row. his leg since the St. Simons en-

Oorge Viral Ta Senmani re ..Rwllami, S. UlU 90 Scores 686 The other title winner was Gabby Marek, a "forty-day: wonder." The Jaxons snapped the eight- counter, and was slowed up con
Jump Simmons .. In 87 Rll Gabby had never taken boxing seriously until he went out for the game winning streak of the Gators siderably m the Florida U. game.
Don Flack ..: 17 H4 KOIKucbcn : team hero at Jax, and under the coaching of Mr. Rubino, the heavy- which began against the Fliers but achiu' Ed still played a good
Powell 11 110 470fconl weight turned out to be one of the finest boxers in the finals at New early this month. game against the Gators He became -
!" TeamMary a bench warmer the Dallas .
Harry Platt, performing beforehis in
Powell 7 fill :117 York.
Paul Fruitier . .. 5 ".t :still Jax also came close to winning the championship at the Golden alumni not only threw in six I fray because of the stair I

Donald James: MucMnrlin Caster ... 0 r 70 6t i <409 i'l* Gloves finals ui New York, losing out to a Cuban team by two points buckets and three gratis pitches bruiser .

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