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.::Ik' Headquarters of the Naval' Air Advanced I Training Command and 7th Naval District I



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Three times in less than a week, the Navy rushed to the

tisistance of beach communities threatened by strong winds

t. rand raging seas which tore wide gaps in the seawall and encroached

steadily inland, endangering all oceanfront prop

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: : : Twice late last week and again Monday dogged work-
-- -- -- ing parties of naval pLr.3onnt'lstrove
t-> halt the onrushing ocean,
New VFW PostIs I. straining desperately to halt a
possible diaaster. Feverishly, tha
men filled sandbags and piled themin
Named After the breathes; when the tide went

.' out to keep the waves from eating
.. still further into the sand and
BradyA the foundations of
r .- Captain weakening homes.Summoned waterfront

, new Veterans of Foreign by the Mayors of the
f Wars post formed by a group of bach townships, the working parties
J fr : Lakeshore veterans, has been I were dispatched from the station .
S named the Captain Brady Memorial I in Navy vehicles[ to lend their
r Post in honor of the late Captain :, aid to the stricken; residents.. Last .
M Anthony R. Brady, former week, 200 men wore in each working .;
Commanding Officer of NAS Jack- j party battling the storm which
t' KKAU AU IUtAI. KALPH DAVISON. Chief t1 Naval An Advanced Training and Commandant art sonville. it was learned this week. was raising such havoc along that
I tits Seventh Naval District right and Rear Admiral Frank D. Wagner Chief of Naval Air Training I Application for a charter by the section of the coast. The Navymen
with headquarter at Pensacola seated second from left watch intently as planes from NAS Jax I I new post has already been ap saved countless thousand of
tire rockfts at the rn w range located at Switze> lad Field. Local pilots staged d',y-long inaugural dollars worth of property and
. proved by the Florida Department
exercises last week to mark the official opening ,he talgt for training purpose,. C'aptllll1'ii1iam (Continued on I'ajw 3)
VFW the
of the and is now in
, '' C.L-iitncr.: Jr. Dir,'1-tor of Training fur :NAATC. < in tit'! t 'nt"'r background.r. hands of national headquarters in .
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Kansas Mo.
. In a letter to the Post Commander Navy Also Saving ,
New Rocket Range Gets Joe C. Webb, granting \

j permission to use the late Captain's Food Under Truman's
name, Brady wrotethat
she appreciated the honor con- Conservation
i From CNA ferred on Captain Brady by nam-
ing the post after him.
Following; the 1 lead of th.*
"I hope the new thrive
post may
Citizens' Food Committee the
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shaici and have
following Its initial : a very prosperous and
down" by CNAAdTra staff planes I I vanced Training; Captain William off with many a bang. As plane happy long life," she added. i Navy is going all out to coloperate -
1 E. Gentner, Jr., Director of Train- after pane; loosed its load of sub-
25 the Navy's new The
en September, post is accepting not only j with President Truman's -
and Lt. Comdr. William it. calibie training rockets Admiral
Rocket Range at Switzeilan-1 ing; I Lakeshore residents who served
Field got its official baptism cf Austin, assistant to the Super I, Wagner viewed the effectiveness outside the continental limits dur- | request for conservation -
fire last .Thursday when it was intendent of Aviation Training !' of both:: the pilots in the air amt l ing the war but eligible men residing -i of food so that the starving -
inspected by Rear Admiral F. D. who was responsible for organizing :1! the ground personnel operating the in other localities, the Jax people 1 of Europe and
Chief of Naval Air and setting up the new rang, range. Control of the planes ii
, Wagner Air News was informed. I Asia be fed during the
I may
met the inspecting party and the achieved by radio and visible aids
Training Webb, himself a disabled veteran : coming winter.The .
Flying in from CNAT headquarters inspection followed immediately. (Continued on Page 3)) (Continued on Page 3)) ;i I
I r in Pensacola by special plan.?, Despite a low scattering of '-- ; General Mess will observe
': Admiral Wagner and his party ar- clouds that sliced off the limit i Flying FistsOctober's i iI meatless Tuesdays and serve no
: .. lived at Green Cove Springs at of high-diving planes, the fuIK: I poultry or eggs on Thursdays it
,_ 1300. Rear Admiral Ralph Dav- scale firing exercises staged by was announced yesterday by Lt.
:.. Ison, Chief of Naval Air Ad- all VF and VA training units went : Boxing SmokerSet Comdr. Clerk Dunn, Commissary
.: .. Officer. In addition, only one sliceof

I I rnwrv FORMATION bread will be served to each .,
I ; ; : For Tomorrow Night man per meal. However he may
: return for additional
I : ; an slice if

I 4 October's entertainment highlight is scheduled for :200o''; he The needs Commissioned it. Officers'

tomorrow night at Mainside Auditorium when Physical Training Mess Open, also announced yea- f

and Welfare stages its third monthly boxing smoker. lerday that they were conform '

i7 In addition to a ten-bout card, four wrestlers from Jack- ing with the President's wishes!

sonville will show their mat lore to the crowd. Leader of i Beginning Monday, the club will

i these will be Nick Carter, formerly) from NAS Jacksonville serve (no Continued dishes on containing Page 3) meat
I Nick will be pitted against Rube
I matm Wright n. one of Florida's leading BLUES OR WHITESt ---- i I

The other tussle will bring together
Mr. X, a masked marvel
who has shown up brilliantly in
I his bouts at the Jacksonville
Arena, and George Romanoff ,
I popular wrestling promoter.And .
when Chief "Chip" Chip-
paroni brings out his 20 boxer*
after the grapplers finish, thh. '
show will really begin. All 20 have I f b
been undergoing rigid training at i t
the boxing pavilion and shouldbe
< ; I mSl'LAYINr. FAULTLKSS: FLYING TECHNIQUE.( Lt. Jack in tip-top shape tomorrow nightTo
Ix. ; Colter Lt. ( lg/> Charles Barfield. Lt 4 ijgi I Harrel l Joines and Ens. start the boxing card, Harry
/J Robert Ossowski. Naval Air Reserve pilots of: Division "B". VF-32L. Politakis 124. a great locr'lfavorite I fl)5
':' fly over Jacksonville during a recent week-end. The NARTL' squad- will be in for the fight I w' SQ
'l run has just completed its annual two-week training period. of his short career when h1 ad : ,:
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Outdoor Pools +:

i TO BATTLE CHERRY POINT MARINEScoached i iI Close TomorrowAll I

A flashy Jax-Navy eleven which i outdoor I
I B.rrh sulmmifijj; pioU,
shot into the national grid lime- by Ed one bath at N'anll NATTC, will s)
light last week-end aj the result win and one setback on their be secured late tomorrow for
r of a smashing victory over a bulky slate. the winter month it WR announced II I
The Fliers trampled all overthe I.
,: Stetson University team will hit by station official thi;*
Parris Island Marines an I
the air trail for the first time week. : ,
Starting Saturday recreational -
this season on Saturday for their the Stetson University Hatters in "ftwlniming will JM done
their first two encounters, whil- I
clash with the rugged Cherry
S in the huge; N AS-N TTC indoor
At. 1Point Marines The game, an afte- the flying leathernecks from the pool which wa recently th.
noon affair, will be played on theleathernecks' Carolina hill country registered scene if the Swim
home field in Nortn their first win of the season la.,;
Champion '
Saturday by trouncing a hapless hlp. w r ,
Carolina :
The indoor will be
Victorious in their first two NAB Norfolk eleven, 20-6 In their pool openfor ,., .
pleasure Bwimmlng between ( \\ l.uu ij: \O l K "' \I. Lib-n IV iKMind sailors are
outings-both played in the Gator /season opener, the Marines lost to now '1llllU'' I t. >. [u.iii-., ," .
r.. 1300( { and :2100 Monday through r i ir < 1 K n suit' Ili[ "' wMfiioi >r their own in-
Bowlthe Filer, under head last year's national service champions clhialioiiM, H.i.Pt, : .
Fridays. On Saturday tt will b* : MIMSCT on duLy( at the Main Gate
r coach Clarence "Tuffy" Thomp- Fort Denning, by a mere 2-0 open from 0900 to 2100 and
i to'. son, will an undefeated score Jax-Navy will also be look- man Kiinho, Sic ( PhM
carry Sundays; from 1300 to 2100. ) in whiten, as tho two prepare to go EUhorJ
t record into the tilt. The Marine, (Continued} on Page G) attired m the uniform iC( their choice

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TWO lit SUHtn( : SAILOKS }'KUA( NAS Jacksonville labored hard and long at plugging: :: holes with Iandbag118n'd! many taxpayers' homes from destruction
last week as the fought to save beach homes from the of ind
many ravages u -
and helped keep property damage; to a minimum. The photos above give some idea of
I whipped high seas As :he seawall buckled and crumbled after the steady poundingof I
waves and pressure of abnormally high, tides, the sand was slowly) washed away the havoc wrought; by the tides and show how Navy men struggled to limit the

.- end the raging watersrept ever nearer oceanfront homes. The Navy's efforts _extent. of the disaster.
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velescence and a speedy return I I son, M. J. Bildka, F. M. Baker, vas will lie happy to listen to |I How about you Softball players
to duty to their members who I and R. J. Wows. ACMMs J. H 1 them. Incidentally, chiefs, if you I who still have your suits turning
are hospitalized at present: L. L. I Beckley, L. L. Hawkins, D. K.Dekh are contemplating getting married I t them in to Davis ?
Q 'I Jenkins. M. J. M8 .t'r, C. Micelli, E. Williams. L. W. Roden.d or divorced, Davis' bucket-o-bults
There has been talk of
A. C. Roluston, L. H. Forks nn berry, and G. B. Eunice; ACOMs is always available for the ask I I team formed. a bowlIng ".'
E S. Huston all ACMMs; DianE \\'. T. Mcllwaine, A. Ceresna, J. ing. He let Barannki use it Saturday being Are there
: Mitchell, CSKV( )I. tHey( May H. Eeckler; P. L. Towers CPhM; night.A any good: bowlers among you ? 1C
er' I warnyou about sitting J. S. Rac-hupka, CBM; J. W.' vote of thanks to the oM) I so Chief and you Chism are know.interested, pleaselet
around on that cold cement deck; Howard CEM ; R. C. Keller, CAP: Board of Governors for the swell!
I surrounding the pool.) I C. A. Wickham, CTMV; J. W. way they handled things, for the It's a bouncing baby boy for
Bradley, G. J. Duncan; J. D.Ledsinger Chief of Police Wathern and hr'i
Leader in the Boot Brigade: O. Welfare of the club.
]i> K. A. A 1'hM E D1c-Mullen, CSK. Mac is just a CGM: and G. H. Messier Chief W. C- Greene had a bit Mrs. Six pounds, fifteen ounce-*,
& J. F S.....n. AC'MM! ] kid on his fcth cruise-slaving ACMM. of hard luck while proceeding to aid the scales when he was born.
When did this
H. H. Hardheacn( Davis has his life away down at the Commissary The club management' warmly the base to stand a watch. It has thrilling event
,.-r jtiwt returned from a 30-day tour t Store.Welcome invites all newly-arriving PO been reported that a tire blew out take place ? ? Last Thursday eve "

of Tennessee and has relinquished aboard from here and and Marine Sergeants of the first and his car rolled over. Get well and ning.the Congratulations little to you both
r the management of the :Mess 'o there: N. Agriesti, ACOM; S. BAt- pay grade to become members. quickly, chief, we mis you. cop.Friday
assume:! new duties as Club Man ko ACMM; R. A. Crews, ACMM; You do not have to be a mem- We had a new piano player at evening we were entertained -
ti ager. A heartfelt "Well Done" M. Davis, ACMM; J. J. Carve/, ber to enjoy club facilities, but you the club Sunday night and, be by Maggie: Black who sang'Templatlgn" .
\\f' from the Mess members for pat ACMM; R.v'. Gillette, ACOM; T. do have to be a member to hold lieve you me, he sure gave: the Hillbilly fashion. Shy
\. services and best wishes for success Hoole ACMM; M. L. Jordan, a club office or to vote at thr folks a laugh. All hands really really did a marvelous job of it,
in your new job Farewell, ACMM; L. S. Knittel, ACMM; F. General Assembly meetings Thereis enjoyed his snappy songs./ Common too.
with regrets to O. \\'. Longcrier. E. Malloy ACJf; H. 1... Nichols: no membership fee. Just sign a ,, up next Sunday and find out fQ. There has been some talk. of
CMM, retiring Club Manager whois ACMM; A. W. Olds, ACMM; R. H. membership application and .you '1 yourselves. Chantey was the spontoi changing: the Bingo to Friday .
now en route to the cold Norti Toe, ACMM; I. G. Reynold, will receive a membership card. of This wizard of the k< Viii Hi-, nights. If you like this idea, let
for FFT. Longcrier, we all feel r.ami SI>1 Albnphi ' on Tuesday.
ACM; E. B. Rodina, ACMM; W. Many members of the Mess an.J 1 ..
you did an excellent job in wha P. Scuito ACMMI; W. A. Sin- Club were busy Sunday night: offering --
is often a hard and thankless de clair. ACMM; C. W. Suiewai:: congratulations and bis-' K -.

tail ACMM; A. W. Stephens, ACMM; wishes to T. ( Ski ) Baranski, CA f' %
# SOCIAL NOTES> : Jean Link, D. E. Welch. ACMM; E. Williams ) and Garnett (Mammy) HamrKk .
the wife of M. L. Link, ACOM and ACMM; M. Crider ACRM: CY, on their marriage at Folkstci.,
Initia Cloe) wife of L. E. Clue, P. P. Day ACOM; C. A. Faubion. Ga., the previous evening. Th
ACMM celebrating their respective ACMM; J. E. Fitzgerald: ACMM: side boys for this occasion (can i
birthdays at the club on Saturday F. M. GI1J1. rd, ACMM; G. L. Han- fpell attendants I were ACMM
,. the 27th. Cloe has had a sari ACMM; M. E. Kemper, W. R. Coe and "'. A. Yatt-' .
lot of tough luck lately; won the ACMM; L. Kent ACM; A. V. Ku- wich; SpX( >lc Billie Stewart a'"i iSp Mr.
hundred luck bingo prize at Lav- jaweki, ACMM; L. E. Leepcr, < S)3c) Lois Miller. Lucky ntll'! '
ry's the other night as well as a ACMM; H. L. Park, ACMM; !R. Ski. Hammy, the lovely little lad\ "
few other prizes at the same ,game:: I A. Petschonek ACMM; M. J. will surely make him a good wif. i
lately The club management: u. I Robmion, ACMM; R. J. Sharp, Good luck to the both of you. ai; I
more thar. willing:: to aid in arranging I Jr., ACMM; D. A. Squires, ACMM ; may all your troubles! be litt; .
parties celebrating birthdays P. H. Ti&on. ACMM; R. A. Williams "Fly Boys."
anniversaries, or parties if ACRM; B. A. Yuscka, ACM; It ha been brought to oui
they are Just given a little advance W. J. Baxter ACMM; T. E. BlacU- attention that Chief "JU h8Id ir I III
notice. Phone 360 for res writ ACRM; J. J. Caldwell, Jernigan finally brought his OWN .
ovations ACMM; C. R. Carlson. ACMM) ; I female' guest to the club. Ann, ,r Y Yr Ya +
PLANK OWNERS DELUXE. J. W. Cashill. ACOM; J. A. Ce- when did this event take place ?: V
Hclene Hirsch and :;azel Miller, clans ACOM; L. T. ChappEll Saturday evening when all han i>- I
both chief yeomen are marking ACMM; E. F. Clausen ACMM: were at the game. a ,
their fourth anniversary of duty W. H. Clinton, ACRM; F. W. The dance Friday evening:: wa:
aboard this station. Wonder if any Couch ACOM; H. T. Davi, a :huge sue cess. There were at
oilier CPUs can equal that record ? ACMM; W. V. Ford, ACMM; ft. least! two hundred couples!! present
You can't put out a colmun O. Guinn. ACMM; J. A. Henner, lave you fellows noticed the
without a little help, so "many ACMM; J. B. Hilton, XCMM( ; J. mural painting on the bulkheart j B Nury I'hcto
flunks" to P. E. Dirks, CY, of thr P. J. Hunt ACMM ; M. C. HuntJI'1 of the chief dancing? A very good A NEW modernized seabaff will be presented b the Navy to ils
I'er'sanrel Office fora helping;: ACM ; R. J. ones, ACMM ; G. H job eh ? ? Like to kow who painted I '.
personnel within the few
nut The
hand on who checked in from Larsh, ACMMHA; J. C. McDonald it ? ? O. K. well tell you. I! .b.g now in general
where and when. ACMM ; C. D. Mead ACMM was a little penman by the name line was originally designed to be carried with hammocks and mat
Having raised the old right W. C. Megher. ACEM: H. J. c>f Perks from P. T. Department.A Irenes. but now all Nary ships have steel. bunk. Kul'ers HuShlps
hard once again: we wish the following Montgomery: ACOM; J. A. Mur- vote of thanks should be pushed and CNO have been studying new designs.. The new bag will be
: .. happy cruise and good;: ] phy, ACMM ; H. A. Richardson, his way. waterproof, fire rrximtant a Heritable color other than white, and will .
duty: R. Bmith and C. T. Hub- ACMM ; F. Bchum ACMM; C The decorations you see in the have handles or slings or Imth. It will be collapsible for stowage and
bard, both ACMM ; F. T. Parker M. tXc-riiKfcs, ACMM ; T. L. Belli, club were installed by the Blair have an easily-acreftib1. cosnparlmant, for toilet articles. Four '
and C. C. button ACMM'n; W. n. ACMM ; D. C. Bhepheid, ACM ; Beer peopleA very nice bit of designs! are now undergoing tmts. 1'icture on right. chows golf-lag
nt ACRM R. L. C. W. Wyman. ACMM E. G. Aldrich decorating, don't T It
Carp' T, ; Hnwipy, ; you agree blue .
type, royal and made of leatherette fabrU. )'JutOoD Mt shows
CSrnnd E. C. Laughery( CCM. ACMM ; J. M. Ball, ACMM; you have any nuggetons. for the _
The- Menu and Club send their C. N. ZampHH; Muster ,Sergeanl Improvement of your club, why duffle-tjp bag mad. *f >.,,-blil. ceased with pUntlc cubsUncr.It's .

beatviHl ee for a quick fonI 1';. l\ MrrU, L. J. Jhli, II. J. Lar- not let wnneonc in on them Da olive drab In color.


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MOVIES: t"IHlay1130 and 2000; wektid*-1430 and 2000
'STORK BITES MAN", FRIDAY with Jackie Cooper.

BOXING SMOKER Starts at 2000.

ks "THE UNSUSPECTED", starring MONDAY Claude Rains. ,

"COMEDY; CARNIVAL" featuring Olsen and Johnson
(:t.I "OUT OF THE PAST", with Jane Oreer. '
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-- 'nnnunnnnn n n.nn.nn.-.n..nmn. -- I MY DESTINY", starring John Garfield
Tilt NAS JAX \AKSITV softball team runn r-up in the All-Navy Softball Championships, weN t J Ji
honored at a banquet last Thursday night at the Skeet Club After receiving their leather travel- i JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM

ing bags, members of the squad posed with Captain Herbert S, Duckworth Commanding Officer and
I Comdr Paul E. Emrick, Executive Officer Shown, left to right (first row I. Ed Heft, Ray Oliver, Russ Shown Mart at 204X: .
Hoffmeyer. Fausto Palumbo, Vince Podgurskl. Doug Roberts Leo Luquette. and Reg Murphy. Back TII unsu.In FRIDAY
row deft to right) Captain Duckworth Frank Retrlvl, Earl Wagner, Jerry Hosaflook, Daryl Shaw, John "LONG NIGHT", starring Henry Fond!.
Zayac. Geoge Dyak, John Carter, Bob Beaudreau John Ford, and Comdr Emrlck, SATURDAY
.. .. "DUST BE .
----------- MY DESTINY', with John CarfleldSUNDAY

I 51., Navy Also 1 "HOW GREEN WAS MONDAY MY VALLEY"ANU TUKSDAY"THE featuring Walter Pidgeon.

(Continued fr 11 Page 1)
i : UNSUSPECTED", starring Claude Rains.
: : Yr I Ii Cat Says on Tuesdays, and eggs and poultry I WKIKVK8UAY: '

i f. spy ups "Service of your country is will be dropped from the men ; "COMEDY CARNIVAL", with Olsen and Johnson.
Bread will be
I' the finest opportunity I knowof us on Thursdays. I THURSDAY
I Why waste your naval, served only upon request, the club I "OUT OF THE PAST", featuring Jane Greer.

"Hmmy obligingly provide i pet lence ? Re-enlist now!" elt-j stated I I
I the first choice bit of news for . In a statement to the Navy In OTHER EVENTS
thin week She and Chief Ted Ba- AINav 211-47, SecNav John L.. i
ranikl! were Joined In the holy I Navy Wives Club Sullivan said: I i BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorago.

bonds of matrimony last SaturdayNot I "In cooperation with the President MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 1200- fOO,
only that, but her birthday Seeks Help With and his Citizens' Food Committee I Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays
was Sunday. Just think now (he'))1go we of the Navy must take MODEL RACE: CAR C..UB-Room 3, Bid,. 913. Meets at 1000

through life celebrating two New Club House an active part In saving food In I Fridays
anniversaries at once! Beat of order that starving people may be PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1030

everything to :Mr. and Mrs Ski," I Having obtained the Community fed. This will require cooperationof i I Thursdays
Mary :Mitchell and "Pet" Gush- Building in Dewey Park for use all hands. : IJOWLING-Six alleys located In Malnslde Recreation BuildingNo

aunu were slighted because they an a Club House, the Jacksonville! "Every effort must be made to 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 :o 2130.
w"rE'n't mentioned in last week Navy Wives Club la seeking the: insure that there Is no waste in BOXLNU For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut.
column. After all "they been sick" aid of additional Navy wives ti, storing in preparing, and in serving -I Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 59J; or report to Mainslde Mat after

Sorry, gals we were thinking of assist' in the decorating of the food. I 1500.
you anyway. Ruth Dobson say* I building in preparation for the "Commanding Officers and Sup MAINSIDK LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in
they weien't very genial hosts grand opening ply Officers must insure that a the South wing of Building No 953, U open to NAS personnel and
both "Pet" and "Mitch" were. sound l I It is the Intention of the club\ food conservation program is be- their guests from 1000" to 2200 dally Available for wedding reception

asleep I when Ruthte made her I to furnish the place completely ing followed similar to that out- I j by arrangement with Welfaie Officer. Combination radio-pho
good Samaritan visit. including a Juke box and coke ma- lined in Volume IV Chapter One, ,, nograph available for use of all hands.
I Room 227 Is another Har I cMne Since it Is planned to make Part K of the BuSandA :Manual LI UK ARY-Located on second deck of Malnside Recreation Build-

bor" Last Saturday morning, tor the Club House available to teenagers Menus must be planned so as to ng No. 3, Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
'';v' most any morning, that Is) the I I several nights a week, members conserve meat, grain, poultry and from 1100 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
t'e room was certainly a bee hive of are hoping that mothers of eggs. ;, S\M.HMING Indoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday-1800
L..' activity. About "skaty.ump" peo- I teen-aged children will come for- "Serve meat Items that requireless to 2100. Saturday-0900 to 2100: Sunday-.-1300 to 2100.

,.'''. .. pIe were doing numerous aAnoun's ward to lend a hand. meat in preparation, and GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset datly Saturday and Sun-
.::... of everything including sowing, I Volunteers should attend i avoid the shrinkages resulting day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing
2;' ironing/ washing cooking eating, I meeting at the Community Building from overcooking and cooking atl i I i trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
\' ... end all stuff like that there. All on 16 October at 1330.: high temperatures. Conserve cer- I I A"il'IIOlt.\Ot-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
in all, we're Just one big happy I eal products by serving less bread i i oaj-ds and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2JOO.: Located south of Mason

family.. Who has more fun than and pastry, substituting dessert I, Field.
people I Property Items that require yttle cereal In TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training
\ Schenley, THE dog of NAS. has I preparation as often as possible Building No. 7J.:
a new Idiosyncrasy dou (('011 tlntll",1 from Page 1) Reduce leftovers to a minimumand AIICl11RY-Club: located in Dldg. 899, open daily from 1800 .

b.,I. be weep If you find her curled when the storm showed signs of use them eftectively. I I to 2200; Saturday from 0900 to 2200; Sunday from 1300 to 2200.
up in a chair under the "Waste less: and save lives." Everyone welcome. *
hair dryer with the air blasting abating, they returned to the!' sta-
;': In another AINav following this NUIISEIIY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.
out to keep her warm! Also"Schen" tion to resume their normal duties one, SecNav Sullivan\ urged the t Hours: Monday through 1riday-0100 to 2100; Saturday-OTOO to

?';1yy' had a boy friend ol1et But Monday night they were utmost cooperation of all personnel : 0100 Sunday morning. Hates: Hourly-23 cents for one child; 10 cents

; ,,' nite last week. She brought him I thrown into galvanized action once of the Navy, both military and for each additional child; Card-$7 for one child; $2 for each additional -
: :, home from the movie but put him civilian in the program of food child; Daily (for working mothets)-$1 from 0700 to 1800.
more when the winds again i'i ;-
out of the birracks at 2300 sham thestatemt'nt
;t. conservation in support of --- --
:? Strictly G I. I creased in fury, causing abnorma1- of Defend
by Secretary
;', Dotty Zielan is working real l ly high tides. This time an additional James Forrestal which stated: New Rocket of VA-ATU No 4. The" Navy's
J>. hard to promote the "Hard Times 150 sailors Joined the origi- "All over the globe hungerstalks future fleet pilots will make use
t party coming up on the 21th, I nal 200. and along with eight officers the peoples of devastated (Continued from Page 1) of the range to practice firing
.,et Those little reminders all around they raced back to batt: and war-torn countries. Without chief among the latter being the subcalibre aerial rockets, identical i

Iy:? the barracks will keep you posted the towering, pounding wavl's.11 I adequate food, man cannot work I angle calibrator -or "harp" in trajectory characteristics but
i. so bsure to plan to attend ''tht' breakers). lashed at the seawall to rebuild his cities, restore his' which measures to a fraction of a smaller in size than their lethal
,X and anyone with !some' bright Ideasor smashing new holes and endangering economy develop his agricultureso degree the angle at which the "at- service-type brothers.

i spare! energy would no doubt, I countless" buildings, the that he may become once : tacking" plane Is diving on the Following the demonstration,
be welcomed to help' with the Navy worked through the nl<*!Uf again I self-supporting Hungry target.At the range was turned over with
t preparations! So get on the ball 'throwing up bulwarks sandbagging I for its crew of one chief and five -
desperate people, time Admiral Wagner
people are one
all don't sit' there! to
you Just crumpled wall and keeo- men Operations which
where famine walks there can be : moved to within 1,415 feet of the
Do something"Call !! Ing homes from being toppled iota I will have cognizance and care for
security only chaos"The target bullaeye" and watched the ,
no I
5- i the the new site Since it ia located
ocean I
plan of food conservation well-aimed missiles' from the range I
Lt. Comdr, Harold W. Bramlett. It air miles south-southeast of
President Truman Here stationed I
For sponsored by observers hut are -
Issued Engineering Officer of a dlv i I II the Naval Air Station, range personnel -
and propounded by Charles Luck- part of the crew of five men
here co-ordi I l are stationed at Green
bombing squadron" I
man chairman of the Citizens'Food used to man the range. Two men
':' NAS Wrestling I nated all Navy assistance duringthe 1 Committee, is worthy of deep ; relay each plane hit in terms af Cove Springs .
storm. his headquarters
Setting up i consideration by each of the one range and deflection from twoobserver's
) Team Aspirants at the Jacksonville Beacn hundred and forty-three million I huts back to the set- I'
jo,,. Headquarters "
citizens of this country. arate range building. There the
t} Lt Paul King of the Physical', working parties< as needed to areas controller radio
I. -S as range relays by
Training and Welfare Department seeking additional volunteers or the exact difference between

lssu"l his first' call for candidates becoming acutely dangeious New VFW hits and musses to the pilot, who COMMISSARY STORE
r for the NAS wrestling team ell r Iy Heading the working parties' i notes his error and wheels back
this week The coach of last year' i which were composed of enlisted from 1)) for another
I (Continued 1'rtgw try Here's your chance to beat the
said that forth from various. station de-
grunt-and-gioaners personnel
now employed at N A8. has: been Planes from all units' participated high price! The Commissary
F, (* week the enlisted ptments were Lt Bert Hendrlc-
pan personnel I for the organization Store is reduced
which lasted
chiefly responsible In the exercises staging a special
1 of the department had been ion of VF-2: Lt. C. F. B. rtena of
of the post. Until such time I all afternoon and marked the price sale of two hundred items of
hard at work getting out all th,' VA 3, Lt. H. O Sp'ihr' of A&R, Lt.j
meeting place; is demonstration of rocker merchandise beginning at 0830
aj a permanent biggest
equipment for the sport. E E Lee of A&R. Lt. Samuel -
selected, weekly meetings arebeing firing seen in many a day in truAdvanced Monday 2;) October
'. The mat nmstadmt will hav' ) Hopkins of ATU No.9. Lt.
m5: Bir- Command. Reports While the brand of mast
held at his home Training/ names
ami l
plenty of competition In the coming Jack D. Anderson i of ATU.
a' ltenhead Road, Thursday at fron. Admiral Wagner indicated of these Items are not nationally
' ,',' campaign, meeting Pensacola' Lt Comdr. T. E. Wolfe of
that the overall performance advertised the quality of (a a c h
I 2000,
pre-fIIiJht and many other service I Iaqua.11. I j I And as the men doggedly" r"-
In ad litton they will participate fuied to give In to the vicious It was pointed out that veterans : of pilots and range personnel product has been inspected and
In the Naval Air Training storm, homes were thrown open[ Joining the post up to 9<> days proved highly satisfactory A full- certified by a medical officer.
the the :alter formal installation of offii scale schedule will go into effect The nature of this sale requires
Athletic Conference champs in- :an i occupants[ provided I I
anJ will be listed alt charter members immediately, it was understood, the store to limit the number of
ship and will pirtak! In the ellm- worker with hot coff'e, stow, i sera
s inatl>n matin which will lead 11 :1ndwlchet: Already, the new group his with planes from all VF, VA and cans of each item sold to a customer
I additional vet- NARTU making full use of the to the amounts shown on Ura
the, All-Navy chamoionshlpj I While the working portion' from :2J members, and
Anyone wishing to try out for many units were drawn from duty erans are being signed up rapidly. range facilities individual display shelved. TIm
, the tom should intact( Lt (Kin j section. scores of volunteers Further information! regarding> The new range, the only one of site will continue until all stocks
::4 at Cdg: 72-: or by phone at ext turned l up at the Mess Hill Monday membership may be obtained its kind In this part of the country are exhausted.
6!)1. Rxpeitenoc: ; would be !a, big ar- night tG volunteer their crv-. from Webb at hilt home after 1610( watt organized" and placed. in Patrons have been requested not
net: but it 1 U not neca. .ary In order icon, including! a number of dally or by telephoning him at commission by Lt. Coaulr. Austin to ask for them items in quanll
IT..'.S I t. y out fir the tears.x'es' WAVES. 2-iUlJ.: &HHllttc(1! by Lt. Ralph Hem, Jr., ties in excels of the listed limits. ,

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tour J/iA tuft; Nt.WS; ,\ 9 October ..1947 .

Jt1 >i JBtQ .UrS The Navy Helps Out IT'S:: a TOUGH LIFE: By Sleeves I'

Now that the war is over and our security ; ,

editorial Office is not in immediate danger from a

8o jtb Wing, Loner Deck, Bide 930 foreign power, the Navy once again is aid- : '
Extension 8184 in disaster relief. -
Telephone ing .
11// N/i\tl
) Arthur M. Greene, Editor On the high seas, Navy vessels are al- ,

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the ways ready to help a ship in distress. In the

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida and recent Texas City disaster, the Navy played f r
printed commercially with non-appropriated funds at
no expense to the government and in compliancewith a prominent role in removing fire and explosion -

SecNav Circular Letter 15-1918 dated 12 December victims from the devastated area. And

V 1945. Copies are distributed free of chargeat now, with the beaches suffering from the

the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical ravages of abnormally high tides and rag-
Center the of the Naval
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters ot ing seas, the Navy. has again moved in to

t the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air help.

>,1. Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range Last week Navy working parties sweated

And the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear and strained to hold back the ocean which

) Commandant Admiral, Seventh Ralph Naval Davlson District was creeping slowly, eating away more and
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training more sand and leaving waterfront buildings

Captain Herbert S. Duckworth, USN, Commanding teetering dangerously on their weakened
Jacksonville Naval Air Station -
foundations. And again this week naval per-

Captain Jules Air F. Technical Schumacher Training, USN,Center CommandingNaval sonnel were battling the mighty Atlantic

closing breaches in the seawall with sandbags !
Captain C. M. Scharr (tMC). USN Commanding
U. S. Naval Hospital in an attempt to prevent still. further dam
to property.
Captain! F. W. Prlestman USNR. Commanding age 1
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Throughout Monday night and into the .'

Lt. Col. T. C. Moore, Jr., USMC, Commanding small hours of Tuesday morning, 350 enlisted I @
Marine Barracks men toiled to save taxpayers from losing I -II

Lt. Comdr. Nell Avery, USN, O-ln-0 their homes The work was arduous, back-I f ;y
Naval Air Gunnery Range
breaking, and wearisome. The men didn't Altitude record or no altitude record, I still think ,u"re' too
Captain C. S. Cooper USN Commanding high."
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field complaip, however. They exerted every ounce .
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of energy as they worked furiously against ,
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn USMC '
Marine Aviation Detachment time-the hour that high tide once more Commercial -ttiC .: 1\r\ illJ-m
would roll in and make further i "
Tie JAX AIR NEWS receives Ship's Editorial Association ma ;
terial. Republication of credited matter prohibited without impossible.Of Bulletin :
erralMion of SEA. Washington 25. D. C. publication of any :
Other matter, except by service publication*, Is prohibitedwithout course, the men deserve a vote of JJill1.1m
permission of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. I thanks. They earned it. But that's only half \uHi'tinslll\ be actcpteil until R' \
has been filled, but not later
the story. We're thinking of how little aid than 1000 Tucvlaj. Ext.: 8230.

Improved EfficiencyA the Navy would have been able to render Ion SALK: ,

substantial increase in efficiency of I had NAS Jacksonville been reduced in personnel 6 loom house in Luke Shore. mm" N.\s::. t. Y-
the industrial operations within most Navy '' I and what the extent of damage might Must sell soon. No mortKiiK' on th.e

Assembly and Repair Departments was noted I'I have been without this sorely-needed assist- quick property.VI1I sale Furnished arrange or easy unfuiimludUond. terms fin. For those interested in the field

I ance. 2727 liayvievr Avenue of arts the Library has a numberof
by Rear Admiral A. :M. Pride, Chief of the ,
1942 Nash 600" four-door ledan $9i5.
Bureau of Aeronautics, in a recent letter to I I --*- Ext. 8.283 Chief carbrough. 11848 AI new books. THE COMMONWEALTH -
leuheny: Koad. NAS. OF ART Curt Sachs
-' by
Commanding Officers concerned. ;::- 1941 Podge four-door Mdan.o'luid) drive I
"The increase is a source of considerable original paint and good rubber. Excellent covers all fields of the arts. The

gratification to the Chief of the Bureau of c ; lams totiJt tNews :<04, A&R.condition Chief Dee). Shop I book is divided into three parts. In
\ Aeronautics the Admiral's letter said. 1\1\9: Will,*. Very reasonable Ext. 611. the first part the author :surveys -
C H. Tuttle. the arts of painting archi-
I Basis for the statement that A&R's have I andVieuos romStation. 1941 dition.Cadillac Will "sell 61"my coupe equity.Perfect Call con-ext tecture, music sculpture and the

stepped up in efficiency was the Admiral'spersonal 479. Hartley, between 0800 and 1600. dance and attempts to show how
observations supported by a study I 1940 Lincoln four-door. Good condition all these creative activities are
$900. It.low dealer's prices. Ext. 8321: inter-related and how they have
current production reports and inspectionsby Lt. Pollock influenced
each other through the
1941 Buick club coupe. Excellent condition.
the BuAer General Inspector. Original black finish uphoUteiy years. In the second part, he investigates -
The letter stated in part: MAKING A LIFE like new. all new tires. See at Bid*. the nature of style llr
425: NATTC, or 1098 Cherry Street.
art, and the third is
part a.i
"Although it not be readily Two types of life are struggling for Phone 8-2918 Pat Murphy
may appar- 1946, lord four-door sedan. Radio and essay on "the hidden 'law' that
ent, this increase in efficiency has been directly in the world today, as in all the past. heater. Priced for quick ssle. Ext. governs art and the 'fate' towards

reflected in greater operating hours One is the material type, the other is the Equity 8381 In Folks tw&obedroom BMlc. housethree years which art moves." This volume is

per plane and correspondingly greater pro- creative type. They use the same set of old. FHA payment $21.50 per month. especially Interesting for those
with a knowledge of this field.
ficiency for pilots of the operating forces. It motives, but in reverse order. The material Ideal Owner location leaving five town.miles 6287 tom Trans NAS.1- -DRAWINGS BY AMERICAN

is largely a result of this improvement that order plunges the individual into a race Tw vanla-bedroom Ave. Wesconnett.bungalow. InsulaUd Walter and ARTISTS, edited by Norman

the Bureau of Aeronautics has been able for all the wealth that can be acquired. The weather stripped. In Riverside Manor, Kent is a collection of fine draw-
creative of life near NAS. Phone 82544.: Mr. Cochran ings selected for the cf
to survive without restrictions on operations truly way pursues achieve- Corner lot In exclusive Venetia. Near wa purpose "
the severe budgetary reductions which were ment on an entirely different road. It asks terfront. For quick sale will sell cheap. presenting a volume of good examples -
I Ext. Chief Harris. for students of ,
683: drawing.
,) imposed during fiscal 1947. As appropriations first to render some useful service in society, Superfex porcelain> oil circulating heatei The drawings included were madein

for the military services continue to then to assume the responsibility while sucha Pot Heats burner four rooms.chimney S40.draft Phone, no 8-1260 fumes. a variety of mt"dla-pencll, pen

shrink to peacetime levels, continued im- service brings, and, finally, to acquire such Davis. and ink wash, crayon charcoal,
becomes in profit the service creates and it for Streamline baby stroller practically new.Milligan silverpoint and various combina-
provement ever more important as use trailer 40, Dewey Park. tions of two or more. The author
. that dollar Royal portable typewriter, |3S. Good
r assuring every appropriated can common good. condition. Phone 2-3181 after 1630 week. includes comments on each drawing -
be translated into the highest degree of operational Our primary business on earth is not to days or all day Saturday. giving information which add

excellence and military effectiveness. make a living but to make a life. Sectional new.sofa Phone set five 9-1749 pieces.}of,..Practically tail-J JSimma. the instructive value of the

'; The test for the IN WATERCOLOR AT
judging activity pursuedin
Emerson table model LARGE, Eliot O'Hara
: radio 820. Ivory brings up
; "The Chief of the Bureau of Aeronauticshas making a living is not the wealth, the income case. Ext. 8208, Soman to date his suggestions on tech-

every confidence that with the full co- the things produced but the sort of Kodak tense Medalist cover and 11. Leather hood various case and filter-strap, nique and expression discussc

operation of all hands still greater indus- life it permits or creates ; the kind of men and bonks of instructions Only slightly the world of contemporary art,
used. Contact M. L. Way 421 Wood. and closes with a chapter on prac.
trial efficiencies will be achieved
throughoutthe it makes of
us. lawn Ave., or phone 7-6102 after 1700. tices in the art market.
aeronautical establishment for which We have concentrated Three rooms of furniture. Hought new,
on speedingupthe
only old. See at 30151) Zoltan well.kno..nartist
year Dewey ParkA Sepecky, a
the Bureau of Aeronautics is responsible. progress of science and let the develop- nncx after 1700. Ext. 312 Fedak. and teacher, is the authorof

-*- ment of human nature lag. .And so, today, Washing size.: 629 machine Excellent portable condition used only TEMPERA PAINTING. He explains -

ATOMIC TOWER LONG WAY OFF we find a gap of thousands of years between four months. Leaving town must sell. the advantages of this typeof
Ext. 8309 or Lt. Stuart Bid*. 54'i painting tells how to obtain
1 (SEA)-Speaking at the Defenders' Day scientific knowledge and human understanding. Four rooms of funiture 83 piece net ,f various effects how to plan tin
dishes 1638 Cumberland Road I>. D.
Dinner sponsored by the Society of the War We have an abundance of facts and Mitchell ACOM. design for tempera how to mix

of 1812 in Maryland, Rear Admiral WilliamS. knowledge, but so little understanding. Accordion 2-0650 Lt.120 Smolensk bass Good! condition. Pb. colors and lists the equipment

Parsons, Navy Director of Atomic De- have succeeded in attaining technical and Black cloth coat silver fox fur collar needed. A few illustrations tof ,
fense, predicted that it would take decades scientific skill, and yet so little comprehension size: .No.1219B 12. Hancock Worn one St.season, NAS.removable Mrs, included examples with a selection of tempera of the ..0

i and perhaps even generations before atomic of those human reationships which are Dee! author's own work and other contemporary -
Baby buggy baby crib swing. und
power could be developed for widespread the basic element in all our global destinies.We chair. All in good condition. Mrs \\i il|. artists for purposes lit
i industrial use. must have the engineers to guide us nex.lIam Blackburn. 400JA Dewey Park An analysis and comparison of tech

Rear Admiral Parsons listed several reasons in the utilization of science. Scientific Living Teem, suite, sofa bed coffee ta nique.
ble easy chair and ottoman The designs and motives which
for his prediction : knowledge is a menace to the world and back living room chair two straight-end the early Pennsylvania Dutch

First, the scarcity of nuclear scientistsand man's future unless we temper it with com- tables curtain., ,three drapes lamps bed,, radio springs stand and, rust; settlers used in their crafts have
engineers. passion and understanding. It is here that tress, chest of drawers throw rugs, become increasingly popular in
Christianity must take over if the world is kitchen set Priced for quick lit Ie. Chief contemporary decoration and color
Second, the availability of fissionable ma- Knickerbocker ext. 8238 or 471913 Riley schemes. PENNSYLVANIADUTCH
to meet the challenge.Let St, Dewey Park after 1800
terial.Third, the basic limit of cost in mining us dedicate ourselves to take the FOR KKNT by Henry J. Kauffman is an inter-

and chemistry beyond which the energy high ground of courage, of righteousness, of Front chen bedroom privileges., semi-private Phone 2-OG43) Lath: Mrs kit. esting study of that art the best
derived from nuclear fuels is less than the service to our fellowmen. Then, surely, we Tubbs, after 1530. pieces of which are treasured by
Bedroom private entrance kitchen privy! museums a" well as private collectors -
energy expended to get materials from the will put to rout the enemy of greed, selfish- ileg.8. 717 Oak Street. Phone 7'Ji: .
ness, lust, and war. Mrs Goldstein.
Double lorm Murray Hill; sertion Phon.
earth.Fourth ---
other technical problems in nuclear Chaplain Arthur C. Boyer. 21074. Mr. Belt,. I ---
Room. Near, NAS bus line.
1018 Burrs I
science must be solved before widespread center and observe it continuously by means Furnished Street. Phone room 2-KI56 with ,kitchen Mrs. Honor privilege' I

atom use. of radar in night tracking. At all times the Four mile from NA>*. 4225 Lake :Shorn

-*- location of the core of the storm is known Blvd Phone 26794. Mrs. Johnson. ..
IIUKRICANE TRACKING BY NIGHT and every deviation in'speed and course is I A' the Station Chapels Birmingham
driving to New York City ur vicinity Road and Muslin AvenieProtestant
(SEA-For the first time in history, reported immediately.The on or about 1 Nov. and IU. room \.

two Navy land-based long-distance patrol use of ]long-range Navy planes us- driving for an enlisted and expenses man and contact wife Kirschenbnum share- 30-NATT! ltoyrr.1045Crnerni. Service-Charl..jn; A. C. -'

planes tracked a hurricane by night. heretofore ing radar permits complete information to 1800. ext. 503. Phone 2-4764 after Worship Service-'hap.

naval planes obtained accurate data be obtained under comparatively favorable Ride from tStb & Pearl to NAS Working I J-'. I Cat,. Albert hcme

of hurricanes by flying into the eye of the flying conditions.The nt.hours 661.0800 to 1680. Dorothy Iludxcn, 0600 0700--Mass Mass.

hurricane for visual observation in daylight. tracking was made in the Atlantic LOVTFciMt 1100-MaM. r .

The planes take up a position from 150 on a hurricane which moved northward. from' key co ring attached to brass .43sholl. An Outdoor It maintained Nursery for between email 0100 children :. ..
If fount, pln.. return to JAX and II00
to 200 miles in the car of the hurricane the AIR NEWS Wldir 030

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t(..p.:T':;;. PUBLIC INSIDE WORKS : 1 S-U P rLvls bWE Al6f I It Inspectwng The -.

; Tempus figited very ,nicely )las: : t 4 AROUND- AR.D .tti-

week what with football and the u. Inspectors
World Series both supplying! the Engineering m\-hlon-by Fred I'
j) sports news. The Naval Air Sta- F;. Clyne-I'm back. That hurricane IJy HELEN BURNETTCCongratulations

has scare was just an excuse to Mr. Bradshaw however, was cheer-
tion a very aggressive and and best wishes
alert football team and deservesthe get back to "Yankee land" for a ng for the Marines. Too bad, Brad,
MEDLEY. That heat wave Lt. R. G. Freeman our
you'a. to ,
of civilian well but they did play a good game.
support! as as .
felt last week
was! only
bit of talk of Personnel Officer who has returned -
naval personnel. Saturday night's quite a We were happy to see C. C. ,
the candles on the cake Marvin
game, in which the NavaUAir Sta Highsmith's fellow workers football and baseball together ir Howard of Shop 1030 back again from a 17-day leave, bringing -

: tion overcame Stetson, 23 to 0, him with on the occasionof presented the office. By the time you have but just for a visit. He is able to with him his new bride. The .

gave those who attended some real his umptieth birthday. Completewith a little interest (money) investedin get around on a cane and is do- happy couple were married in New
-: both, you don't have much left We will be looking
; y" thrills Including passes, long run, I-scream, the party was heldon ing very nicely. York.A. .
t to eat on. It's even bad for your forward to bad
touch-backs and having you :
'" the spot in Purchase section. morals Ask Caroline L. Hayes and R. H. Bat?
Several say. again soon.Private .
; .; Public Works
: .:. Department employees were noticed Timkeeper Harper suggests (Steady), even she's gambliug radios were heard all checked out of the department
in the stadium-Sam Fritch, that perfumed jeeps and time- now. Wonder how she will accouni: over the division for the World October 3, very much pleased t,>
keeping don't mix, and Invites for that quarter to him? Series games. Everyone was hap- be returning to civilian life again.
quarterman plumber E. J. Mc-
r' ;
+:"', Gonigal, foreman laborer, who home papers please copy Billy We have, or I might say, w-' py to be granted the privilege of Hayes returned to his home In
: and Barr returned t-
t Miami :
i Roundtree, on his recent sum- HAD a talented in our
. J c.brought along the Mrs. to keep very person listening to one of America's favorite -
r t\ him straight; Tom Cowan, furniture mer cruise, took in Bermuda and midst Clarence L. Johnston of the sports. We hope too manyof Kansas City. Good luck to both

i ;: supervisor; J. II. Lee, D. C. Buck Cordero left for Laboratory has been transferredto you didn't lose a lot or bets. of you fellows.

"''t:- clerk; and Pete Capps, chief personnel his military furlough last Sat- Bainbridge to O.P.S. school Chief Brennan feels kind of lost! Congratulations to two new

clerk, composing a small but noisy urday New homeowners: Lil- prior to an appointment to the without any men to muster as "poppers" in the departmentChief -
lian Killough who has moved Into Naval Some Baxter and Chief Toma-!
group. McGonigal is being eyedwith Academy. guys arc they are all on a working party
suspicion by Lee and her new home on Wolfe street so lucky! Good luck, Clarence.I down at the beach. How's your Jewski. Both babies arrived last::
Capj.s. and it is understood that she Is want to the fact that week.
After passing around the ginger- bring up house holding out, Mr. Catrette?
U ale he gave them Stetson at 12runts furnishing it new from front to the Engineering bowling team has You don't seem worried, so everything The Inspection team was off

and won. Then, In the closing back; also Alfred Bctancourt already won two games in the firs must be all right. to a good start for the first bowl

t t l minutes, bet them Navy would moved into his own home last round of the league. Captain Dod- v Joanna Jordan has so mien ing game of the season last week.

score no more and won again. And, week The McNeileys (he was son started the reason last 'week trouble with the spelling and pronunciation The team won two games out 0-

while speaking of football, pity the sailor in the print Fhop and by bowling the first ball. of her name, she decided three. ( Inspection Disarscmblyand

Frank McKinley: acting foreman she is still in Purchase) jaunted "Buzz" Gamache :a, off ,for to remedy the situation by Structures). John Finenco C.

who hustled down to Gainesville recently to Oklahoma only returning Detroit last week to see his father buying a blouse with her name L. Saxton, 5.. A. L. May, Chief

*-' to see his old Alma Mater bat in time for his departing We are all sony to hear of his written all over it for the benefitof Cook, S. H. Krze-owiak, J. H.

North Texas State, but the Texans to Charleston lest Saturday. She father's mlrf;rtullVe hope Incomes those who get fouled up. They Day, and W. D. Mobley makeup

::". upset Florida: and McKinley. will continue on here until hit discharge ::- through with flying colois. can't mi-s that way, can they, Jo? the Inspection team. It seems!

.1' E. L. Griffen, assistant operat- around the first of the It was related to me that someone Our gal Mary, is strictly on a that Jchn Flnnco was in exceptionally -

j; ing superintendent: says he hoped year. Ethel Perritt is also u saw Chas. Littlejohn untyinghis diet these days and Is really cticK-! good fOl'm--he made an

; his Alma Mater, Wofford College, I vacationer, driving up with members muscles: the other day after a ing to it. How can she do It o'i: average of 1G1 for the 3 game

."', which is' located back from the of her family to North Carolina little game of touch football. three wieners and an apple a day' The other members of the team

.. ., revenuers in South Carolina will and from there probably on Walt Howard is nursing a biij That takes an awful lot of will sincerely hope he maintains this

,. f3' invite Lil Abner's Phoghorn University I to New York. It is possible she thumb now-a-days. I suppose hr power, Mary. record through the season. Good

/.." ", from Dogpatch to a bowl may run Into Merle Cook, who will slammed a door on it Engine ht'rhaul-bv: Carl \V. going, fellows.
be in N. C about that time but
: ;;; game-the chitlln' bowl--sho nuff! Plant J>i\'i!'>lon--by Walt la3't'r-Thc A&R Bowling League Chief A. J. Wood left this week

.."J ; 1; : Griffen says his team learned to who will have returned to the cher--Everyone seemed to started the 1947 season rolling fcr a 25-day leave. Chief Wood
this time Edna BrtJ:1son's
grind by -
::. '.;. :, pass by tossing jugs over the terested in the outcome of October 1st, and the Engine Over- was uncertain as to just how h-
two little girls were on
.. .smoke-house without spilling a World Series. The fans were haul team served notice that it would spend his time. Don't go too
WPDQ recently for the Jax Jour-
drop but don't have divided inasmuch intends to be among the leaden far chief.
they a good equally as ther away,
nal hear 'em ?
pep program. the Division i-
by defeating Planning
kicker this year because the watermelon Ask Alice Salyard where she was no team competing from southof we extend a hearty welcome to
I team in two out of three
the M & D line.
season was poor. Personally, I'ma the following men who have come
heard from.
Supply people came
k The Department ,was glad to I Oretha Dougherty wants a football fan, but where, oh, games. We have some excellen'! into the department-all chiefs! :
bowlers on the team, and we feel
welcome Comdr. W. S. Johnson where fellow find
can a a couploof I Walter TomasjevvsUi, C. A. Neu-
volunteer to take over the Con-
certain that will to be
back from sick leave. He hiS tickets to the they prove
says trol Group office supplies storeroom Georgia-Florid: deck F. D. Hawthorne, W. E.
illness wasn't too rough--the doc . It was regretfully game ? That's the $6! question. tough crtnpetition. as the seasonprogresses. I I French, R. [{. Thompson, .R. .L.

didn't cut his weekly coffee al- learned that Margaret Foshec's Nearly all of the enlisted personnel Jcyner, W D. Carpenter, and T.
lowances. And if you saw a tan father passed on in South Carolinanot from Plant Division took Good things just seem to E. York. We hope you will enjoy
headed off for the beach last last. No sooner were we beginningto
jet-propelled week
car North to help your work with us.
used to
long Margaret
',' r' that was Comdr. R. E. Ford heading \- ago. in the emergency. They deserve a enjoy seeing Thelma Ban! .
work out here and Lester
hubby is
around these parts, when whathappens
for leave. hand.A .
i a 30-day big
in Class .
now Accountability.
-they transfer her back
"; ":J;;II: 'Miss Those of you who remember Ophelia Sapp wants to be linked certain party by the name: to her previous position in Hangar I JaxNavyContinued
4 Polly Power, who workMIn of
Fred Clyne from
with no one in gossip columns buta Engineering, 124.What.
In this department in the Ad. guy whose initials are Bill Mc- has just returned from his hometown I is all this Ave hear about ( from Page 11

ministration Building and in Cowan, a student in Gainesville, Wichita, Kansas, where he Charlie Martin's assistant, Rfd ing for its third straight win over

''J: transportation, will be interestedIn where OS heads every weekend, spent a quiet vacation, or was it:, Stuart, resigning? Stick arounda the Carolinians, as they dropped

knowing that she dropped ii, it is reported. Speaking of twosomes Fred? while Red. The ship isn't leak- them in15, 26-0, and defeated .

on her way to Guam. Polly since add these: OW and KR SB Accessories! Division-by i: Ing too badly just yet. them last season, 21-0, In the:

1941, has worked In Jacksonville for the Navy Department and- JT, RS and JR, and A Wand thy M. Williamson-H. A. nOl"-1 Power Plant Panorama: Leading reason opener for both outfit.,

and Homestead JR not the same JR) of the Instrument Shop has Chief Harris spilling the linede < Both Use, Single Wing '
Ft. Lauderdale
; Fla;
Norman, Oklahoma; New Orleans, Virginia Spurlock is sporting a returned from a two weeks' vacation system all over the Engine Over j Both grid mentors of the two
La. end D. radiant diamond on third finger in Georgia. Says he is build haul office floor "Luckv" elevens will operate from the

t In; the Washington Maintenance, C.Division, left hand "Don't put my nameIn ing a new house trailer. Now folks, Workman picking six winners on single wing with an unbalanced

Bart Dockrell, material clerk is the paper", complains Dan that sounds like wedding bells will the week-end football parlay <( ,
,i Sharp. Other than this, who put be ringing for him. He has
enjoying a vacation in North Carolina a new $25.00) Ben Tingen sweatingout ed to next Saturday's tilt, for
B. D. Etheridge, quarterman his name in ? job, too. leadingman We a new arrival Lois CollinV both coaches are from Minnesota

laborer, after approximately six PIGSKIN PICKINGS. George have a new inspector, Chief Snyder popularity increasing by leaps and University and have played against!

years at this station, has trans- Dwelle, scoop of second deck, 110 Betty Henderson and hus- bounds after some of the fellows each other while in service.

ferred to Whiting Field. Fla. checked off the following list of band went to Miami and while learned that she won a baseball. Thompson played with the Pensa-

It is reported that Doug Wat- anticipated gridiron triumphs for they were down there they visited pool Some of Engine Over- cola Goslings in 4911 while Berry

eon in the Plumbing Shop is quitean next Saturday. See if his average the Red Barn. How was it, Betty haul's "old men" returning to was carrying the Jax colors, anti

expert at cross-breeding roses and opinion is any more expert Some night club, eh ? volley ball after one day of touch j both met in a grid tiff at Mason

He raises several varieties. Do than Frank Wilcoxs last week: Mr. Ziegler of the Hydraulic football during the lunch perio-1] Field.

,, they come in three's, Doug? Illinois over Army < !!!), Penn Shop has the most movable shoo Susie Webster playing dumb) Thompson's charges will have n
over Dartmouth Michigan over in the like a fox) Charlie Co-
A&R. Says no wonder tht v (just stiff test to meet this week-end,
Pitt, Florida over Auburn (Hoo- always pass! inspection, as they ker gaining a reputation for taking : for the Marines boast size and

t Flying Fists ray!) Georgia Tech over VMI LSU never stay long enough for it to' a chance on anything experience. They have a good passing -

over Texas A&M, Miss. over Vanderbilt get dirty. Your reporter asks the Bristow betting on the horses- and attack and their

(Continued from Page 1)) Rice over Tulane, Texas $61 question: "Where will I find I right down to his last shirt kickers ground close, to
tangles with Richard Beck, 127, a over Oklahoma UCLA over Ore Hydraulic Shop next ?" j I Ensign McCluikin demonstrating average all kicks.
yards on Johnny
brilliant boxer and hard hitter. Chief
his as a typist
gone ability
Mr. Lambing of the Landing j i i 175, and Leonard Robbins 188.
L Things will keep on rolling In
Skinner developingInto quite a
FAMOUS LAST WORDS: Gear back his
Shop, in home again, will carry the punting chores for
the second bout which brings together with the old hors
"ringer slinger"
"When are we hear some' the creek I
gonna says finally gave up try,' the Berrymen white Quinn and
Richard Casciano and Ed
action on our exams ?" to wash it shoes. (Figuring on turning pro
mg away Mr. Patterson Jim Dykes, 185, will handle the
Mora. Casciano has two champion- (P. S.-I'roni hero on, at Mt is back in L. G. Shop again i i Chief? ). aerial department for the Marines -
ships to his credit and should rule We to note that En-
are happ
for the next threo week, Elizabeth Best behaved shop in Accessories' Another back who will sea
the favorite. But Mora recently de- Overhaul had several employees -
Slade Mill become "Sally"while Division is the Prop Shop i gine plenty of action against the Fliers
cisioned Beck, a member of the the most recent list
your present reporter I* it never has its name in the paI I on is Phil Secrist. a 186-pound tailback -
NATTC boxing squad, and couli of Beneficial award
c, on his annual trip to Yankf't'I Or i Suggestion
I up per. maybe they are just carei! who was one of the leading
I very easily upset the applecart. land. OK, LIB, It's all jours-amithanks ful. After Mr. Purcell's Space won't permit us to mention ground-gainers for'the leathernecks -
two-colari I)
.: The third bout will match Bill I !) shoes and sox vvriteup, they say everyone so we will just say, last week.
I Deshene and Sol Zwirn. Both all and
boysmy "Congratulations to ,
I 155-a--d;; ; it pays to watch out, as you nev- i|I The Flier mentor will have the
; _have taken part in previous smoK- Buddy Guillmot. Buddy here is wishing you continued
know who is
; : J 1 er watching you same starting line up in this encounter
scow\ fought In the two previous smokers success with your brain children
; cd : K. O. and Harry Platt of the Electric Shop that started against the
a victory. winning by a drop-
is still out sick, but his conrti- !
: Joe Steiner, 138, will meet Henry ping the other, also by a knock college eleven last Saturday. Vince
w Childers in the fourth bout of the out. In Synodis, he will find one tion Is improving. We hope he will Board Members With Anania and Marvin Harden!: wl'l;
;; soon be back with us. The Pylonsare
: handle the end posts, Ben Adams
evening. Steiner will have tin of the most rugged boxers on the
reach his but Childers station who. seldom piling up, Harry. and either Tom Ross or George
on opponent, a boy very To
We thank Captain Dodson for Terms
,- Unexpired Kerstein at the tackle clot, J.
should put up a very good fight. takes a backward step. He concen-
letting us have radios in the shop
R. Freeman and Dick Jensen at
a But the fight of the eveningwill trates on in-fighting mostly, but
during the World Series. Saves a ElectionsTomorrow's the guard spots, and Billy Ren-
probably be between Joe Mar- his devastating blows from a dis Supervise
lot of anxiety In the shop.V
tin, 159, and Mike Hernandez, tance are a constant source of frow at the pivot post. Hal''eyHardy
would love to have the radios all election for four is slated to be calling th"
142. Hernandez is a natural boxer, worry to his opponents.The .
and smart but Ma- during the day as music is sooth- new members of the Board of signals for the local lads, with
graceful, cool refree will be Lt.
once more ing to the nerves.Congratulations.
Directors of the Employees Association Jack "Wahoo" Mancos and Jol i
wallop. Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino Of- to our new Inspector for Civil Service Em- Beckett working in the wingback
flcer-in-Charge of Physical Train- for now he is the proud
ployees will be supervised by board and tailback slots. Jack McQuarywill
comer to the ring, giving promise!'
and NAS coach. The
ing boxing papa of an eight-pound boy. Alsoa do
members whose terms not expire handle the fullback chores.
of a brilliant exhibition. announcing chores will again be hearty welcome to him from
this year, it was
Aaron Garcia, two-time winner handled by Art Green Jax Air The manner in which Thomp
in the smokers, will be out for News Editor, who handled the last shop.Mr. this son's reserves showed up in the
his third successive triumph to two cards. The judges will be announced Unwell was off one day last Election supervisors under tlva Hatter tilt proved to the formar

night when he takes on Bob Bib- just prior to the fights week to serve on a jury. arrangement include R. D. Pinney, Minnesota gridder that he has not

bIer, 135. Garcia's experience Assembly Division by I, 1) General Group; T. F. Andreu, Public just one first-string juggernaut,

-4' should give him the nod, but Bib- Bouchard -- Harry Dennard is Works; R. K. Brown, Supply; but two or possibly three outfits
bier has enocgh hustle and heart PJJIATC Is CommendedFor heading for Long Beach, California and F. D. Warren and E. M. Wy- which can roll up plenty of yardage -

to make things interesting for th Safety Record for a couple of weeks. We are song of A&R. both on the ground and via.
well-built Garcia. all mighty envious of him, especially Each supervisor will select as- the aerial routes.

) Austin O'Brien will be out for The Naval Air Advanced Training Lt. A. C. Gant. We hope he sistants from his respective department f

his first win in three starts in Command received the tradi- will have a nice trip and we knowhe to aid him In the bal- PHOTO CLUB HOLDSELECTIONS

the seventh bout when he tangles! tional 'Well Done" last week from will have a lot to talk about loting. Time for casting votes TONIGlfr

.. with Bill Scott, 135. In the eighth, Rear Admiral Frank D. Wagner, when he comes back. We hore will vary according to depart-

,:.' : Henry Tocchi, 180, will take on CNAT, for registering its second many of you were out cheering for ments so as not to interfere with Quarterly election of officers will

u ''-; Harry Frost, 175. Neither TocchlI fatal accident-free month during the Navy team in its first game. normal operations be held at 1080 tonight by the
nor Frost have made appearances the current calendar year. ----------- --. m > Mainside Ph to Club at the Hobfey

here before. Rear Admiral Ralph Dnvlson, were commended for their "un Strange that money is called Shop. All members were urged to

,. I Another crowd pleaser should fco Chief of Naval Air Advftncc-l ceasing and profitable effort expended "ilotigh." lfif Ktlchn to jour fin attend and take part in the bal

i* the scrap between Angle Synodis, Training, and all hands concerned to save lives and ah'craft." fer". tot1n .

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NAvaL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER the photo (right) are some of
the enlisted, and officer personnel I

CapUin Jul. r SchuiCMlwr. U3N! and their guests entirely engrossed I,
Commit idling J jnj A gm*s of Bingo which is given

} Ccmm nd ExecuUv> Harbor of the NATTCenter Ship's M t I ,
Service. Left to right: Miss I Georgia
U. Paul K Hr .ll-y, (ct{!). USN
Gallo Mrs Ken Bouchard
Publie InJormittlon Officer and 1
AJvUor to J** Air N"w.. Ken Bouihard A (M2c. On the
left is, pictured Chief Hoy. .e.'pel't 1
Editorial Offl .. for N XTTC Sactlon. Room tiT and 111
Adrainlitrntlon. UuilJiiu JDO-A.' 1'''', Ext.: 204.

Editor .." !K n.

Arthur T. KoulwntkolU, SI.

,. Nw.wrlt.r
1 Robert J W.'Mini. SI.

All Photo.rri.h. ni'. officmt U !* N.ivy Phot.4raph made by NASm tI
Pnoto Lab .,101 Av. t,1,1 l Ph.'., I I.b ml,'" uthrrW! ) cr..ittw !\!.
\ A Y. a :

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:: Bingo Caller and standing. Mrs.
Esther Wise and Mrs. Bertha
\dL: Mish Bingo Chairman. The Bingo ..

>V WHfiT TO DO! WHERE TO GO I Party Is held every Thursday, fro I A.
2000 till 2200. The grand prim 'Ve
for tonight's game will be a JackPot
of $11003. Join the fun and
try luck



IIIUK.SDIY -- MARKED WOMAN, starring Bette Davis and
Humphrey Bogart. Shows at 1730 and 2015 -- ---
--- --- -

MUDAV AND S.-\1'l1H1MY---KISJ OF DEATH with Victor Ma. .
ture and Brian Donlevy Shows at 1T30 and 2015 on Friday; 1400, 1730 THE WORD new foal:

Odd 2015 on Saturday I .

and Marc Platt. Shows at 1400. 130 and 2015. I

'IUXU.U Tl'K.sD\Y-THE; LONG :NIGHT featuring Henry new eight week course hit with a bang last Monday a scried of semi-facetious articles -

Fonda! and Barbara: Dt>IGt>ddos. Shows at 1730 and 2015. : morning and as the book says "There was great weeping called "How To B, Rich,
I "
WFUNESIAY--DUST; : BE MY DESTINY, starring John Garfield' and gnashing of teeth." In all the rain and mud only four Like Me. William Upaon. author

and Pti\. cilia Lane. Shows at 1730 and 2015. classes and an extra student showed up for Math[ at 121. I of the Alexander Botts stories In

I I There was 04, 05! 00, and 13 plus one poor guy running the Saturday Evening Post tell
llll'KSDAY-- HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY starring Walter I how he won fame and fortune
around looking for 11 and 1'e won't in
Fidyetui and Maure O'Hara. Shows at 1730 and 2015 ,I say anyone. particular I even though he has been a lifelong
was blamed but some "car --- ---
I ergophobe (a hater of work).
rot knobbed" Chief was burnedin
THINGS TO DO-ABOARD effigy at Basic what's that- Jt .AJOKE There is some sense and logic inUpton's
claim that and
a poised
oh: Hand Tools.
mature person can do plenty of
F1.KCT'S IN-Open nightly 1730-21. Bldg. 517. Due to the rain. ChilJers was heavy relaxing and a very little
and snacks available out checking up on the "ponchos"and work and still accomplish more

BO\\ LJ(,-SJ.A aJUy in Ship Service avail left the telephone center In than unimaginative steady

au.: Ii., personnel Monday through Saturday, Jr'Sen.J..lcites the competent hands of "GravelThroat" Wai."I / pluggerand It's good reading
Kellner. We heard that .
Louis Bromfteld has
11lX1.:1U.: : League games have priority. publishivl
Kellner was thinking of buying "
.\ r1c LJimAUY: Located in Auditorium. old Bell truck broke my ausband of bitinghis a book of stories entitled "Kenny.
an Telephone so
In each of these three Kon-
.. stories
Open .uut.ay ueduay, r.ursday and Friday 1300 to else has his nails.
maybe someone eye
2100 Wednesday 1230 to 2100.) Saturday! and Sun. "How?" ny. Retread, and The end of the
day U'JU to 2100 on a post-Navy professionOne "Hid his, teeth." road, the war plays some part
of the few who knew whathe Kenny who looks and acts like a

was doing was "Tats" Odom. To a destroyer whose light was Greek faun dies In the South Pacific .

.1'1'111.1'1(, HI.Yi: Available at Gear Lock:. who tried to put in for leave visible at night, the convoy commander I I but sends a comrade backto
early Monday morning. It seems comfort his wife In Retreadan
i'.iyaical Training Department Bldg. Sis.1ENNI signaled: "Pardon me, but
that over the weekend Odom hap is American major meets his
your ship showing.
'"' >-Racquets and balls available at Physical! pened to see "The Romance of I sweetheart of World War I and
Ros>' Ridge" a picture of the discovers his unknown son The
training: Bldg 513.a l'I':/:\\l.I': KKSION I
Ozaiks It made him so homesick End of the Road concerns a tll...
that he had oiled up his flintlock "What does your husband work solute American woman who dies

,, *>JMING 1'OOL No. 1-(Bldg. 518) For Naval and prepared to go a feudin'. at ?" I the death of a collaborator in Pa-
P;uouneJ: with Guests. Children under 12 years .ff. The '47 edition of the TAF "Hell- "He's an efficiency expert In a I rii While the book will never
are n.-t allowed in the pool unless accompanied by a cats" held back a last minute big office downtown" replied the make history, nor be called Brom-
parent 01 a reJponslole adult. Monday thru Friday Wildcat" thrust to eke out their other field's best, the reader's interest
"' 130C to 045. Saturday 0900 to 2015.: Sundays anu first victory 76. Scoring early in "Efficiency expert!' What are will be held until the end
Holidovj 1JOO:: to 2045 the first period the boys stoppeda his duties?" It takes Barbara Giles a long
I drive that had penetrated to the "It'a hard to say exactly" ex- time to say in her book "Gentla
four-yard line in the closing seconds plained the second woman, "butif Bush" that in the end human
3\n.\I"1I TOOL No. 2-(Bldg. 419) For male of the game Co-captains we women did it, they'd call It rights are stronger than the rights
Naval Personnel only. Monday thru Friday 0900 to1 I I Moffett and Mahoney and Fun nagging." I of seigniory, but it is still a gool
t 1200 and 1730 to 2045. Saturday 0900\ to 2015.\ Sunday back Lewis were both the defensive I story of Louisiana plantation life.
and Holidays 1300 to 2015. and offensive stars, the lat SMART l-'KI.LOW: It is the chronicle of an enormous'

KKCOTION; KOOM-Located In Auditorium tor ter scoring our only touchdown.We I. "My\ girl told me last night that aristocratic family frozen in famIly
NATTC Personnel, relatives and guests. have another game this after- I. she didn't want to see me anymore pride and privilege until two
: noon so how about everyone being ." liberal members of the clan, a, girl
out there "So I guess you left then." and a young man, come to realize
Hlr GO-Every Thursday evening at the NATTCenter Shlp'3 The blue ribbons for excellencein "No. I turned out the lights. their responsibilities in a, modern
Service tn Snug Harbor (rear entrance) from 2000\ till 2230. Sponsors studies this week go to Lee F. Then -- I world,
'! oy the Navy Wives Club of Jacksonville. Proceed tor the Nur Raybourn and Donald L. Jenkins there's the inventor who .

) sery. of AF 03 who are the only two devised an 11:foot pole for peoplehe
) '
men in their class with average: wouldn't touch with a 10-foot Officers Wives Club
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE above eighty 1 Congratulations ti pole. i
I both and the best of luck in your Meeting To Highlight
ALA110N ,\ItI.UU.; form-rly at 122 W. Forsyth Street next school I Nurse: "You wish to see the

la now located at 900 Liberty Street. 200 Bed Dormitory which Include While the winds howled Monday: I young man who was injured In Fashions
*: locker: and shower, $.50. A snack bar breakfast, lunch and night and calls were being sent I the auto accident ? Are you the By Purcell!

short orders served at reasonable prices.: out for volunteers with shovels lady he was with ?" I. The latest in styles and faai*)
there was one "brownbagger" who Girl: 'Yes, I thought it would.
VVHKKh 1'0 OO AM1OKK: NCC'Js Club at Church and Newnar ions will be the theme of thjfoithcomln
was In no way able to nil up the be only fair to give him the kiss
J from 1700 to 2300 Saturdays, 1200 0 to 2100 Officers Wives' Meeting -
Streets Club dally "
open ,
member hit for.
This honored wa fighting
I sandbags ; ,
( to be heM October 9th
Sunday 1000 to 2300. Dances Wednesdays and Thursdays Saturdays I of the exclusive barracks club wee I' : on 'it
the Cimmlnloned Officers (
\ and Sundays. Uniform& required on Saturday and Sunday.Now our own "Pappy" See who has Babe: "I'm a strip tease dancer I Sponsored' by Purcelh. one Club of

.- been in the hospital for the past and I want to be vaccinated where Jacksonville's leading store In
week with an appendectomy. The it won't show.
I' The
apparel( Style Show,
latest word was that the "01' man Dr.: That will be $500 in ad
featuring the latest will!(
/ only coin-
/ Servi
/ .lUeeltJ ; /J ; and around va nce
f': / was up doing so n>? I men oo at 2 o'clol'k sharply. Tea
slight menial tanks to get him Babe: But why in advance? I will be served immediately fol1owl -
tack in shape! Dr.: I couldn't trust myself to
that Blues in order and will he worn by most i< the fashion show
I suppose I could go on with collect it later
A small .
sum of :II 0*) will ba
personnel, here's a chance to have your alterations completed this all week 33 although It Is. : charged for admission The (proceeds

aatly. only the week after payday I'm 1'1'KtTO11'11.1.: : : AVAII.AHI.K of the Fashion, Show will >\a
broke. The reason-Oh'! I went over .. .
I OK l'I.Kr/1: Kf.SKKVK:: I).\N('KTickeU turned over to the Statoln: Nut.'-
Check with MACK( at the Laundry Dept for your minor to Ship's Service and bought a
couple of sandwiches for the Fleet Reserve .ryAll .
ofrt er's wives Invited
< : are
alterations.And Ass.>ciatl<>n Navy Day Dance on .
I 1-- to attend with >a !special invitation
rr Friday 21 October, in the air-con-I to all wives of officer who
why not have them cleaned again to eliminate 0" ClubStarting ditloned ballroom of the Roosevelt : Ilb ,H't. Officers'wives hay'srecently
1 reported )
i that "Mothball"( smell. Hotel 1 are still available, it was are urged; l to bring their civilian -
f/flUIJ announced yesterday' Music\ will friends.
Prompt and first. class service is their motto fro provided, by Jim White Rhy-i Those, wishing to attend must
-- ----- -----
---- -- -- --- with the week of thmastord: and the dance will get "
Overheard in a local theatre: Doctor: "You'll hav.JAUrft'r..nt; I ave their reservations by Tue'
13 October, the CommLsalomvJOfficers' underway< at :2104.Tickets .
lay nan Octorvr: /8th: J
llor I'm not myself to UIJI441 when wife oontiMh
S> : your '
: Mean, Open will :}(h. are on sale at $1.25 amt l Commliwione-l Officers M" 11 n.
"night. >Hitrt from the hMilitlAl.| serve all the provisions of the" Chief J. J. Sohwe.Rhofer: state"I| tension: 8151: Chalrmin of the, a'-
if she find
Girl I know'Percy hubby: "Hut what
President food conservation' that h" will deliver to persons ordering i fair will b" Mra It. K LHv: 'It'. 011,1
program two or more tickets by 'I director of manna ,4.tius will ,>jMra

: "Let's hear you. define a Tuesday's menus will not In- phone Ha can b> reached at Ext.i! W. C. Wh1H'lr
wrinkle." h wr your son was dimissed elude beef or pork dishl/4 2Z\\ .r _
any ] I
Idly: "Very simple; its .... from college for poor eyesight?" and nn eggs/ IIr 1 poultry will h' Only a limited amount of tickets A one.arnvil/ if I 1"11/ '' tn.fl,
thing that it a prune hami't 'me.1 "Yeah, he miftttxik( the clean of Served on Thursdays are to be sold to avoid oVt'rcrowd.\\ p'rr+fer yllchni of it's a [plum" women for a co-ed." Iflg. I I, /



I 9 October 1947 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

Ladies Station Golf

I Association Holds

A'T cneus4ee : ia Mw
4 Weekly Driving

NAS Ladies' Golf Association
held' its first weekly drivIng
contest on the local links last

week, won by Mrs. Arthur B. R.
wrr Smith who drove the pellet 15.J:
yards, She was closely trailed by
6 t'j k Y'e.J Mrs. Theodore G. Haft who drove
150 yards, and Mrs. R. F. Bishopand
B. Janes' who
Mrs. Horace
The Tigers won a well deserved
tied for third with a yardage of
victory over the Adders .pencil '
pushers), last Thursday by a. H5
score of 180. Some very brilliant Fifteen women entered the com
defensive play was turned in by o petition which will now be a reg.
Leon "Farle vous" Frenchy i tho ular weokly;: feature at the golf
youngest member of the team ) course. The event will be held

whnwax everywhere! at once, and every Thursday morning at 1000.
mostly responsible! for the "casual Prior to last week's contest, all
ties" suffered by the opposing t the ladies were given forty prac-
team. DelGreco, of the Marines t ,re balls to limber up with. Then

scored the first touchdown: and! ........ 'IV.. .. -.....,........-,,-... ..._ o ', ';," li'" ..... "';",...., .1.!.....,.,.-........- .._G Jack .Harvey, the station and pro,
the second was made by Henrirh I'TrHEUHO'r. ARE the Tigers made up from 'he ranks of TEA MAD and TAM Theare TlgC'I'51 .avi- some free instructions ann
t.\hibitton. And finally, the partic-
sen who. incidentally, thrilled currently in a first place tie with the Build ys Plav"r-C'narh AI Henmn"-: .10 Shown In the top balls their
everyone with his "tippy-top" ballet row at the extreme Left They now own a 7 to 0 wtn o .'r (thotr. arrh. rivals titB< ar'ats an'1<'i an 18 ipants were given three their
longest! attempt counting as
dance "Bloop-Bleop" Hudi l to 0 trouncing of the Adders Games sash week s-nv ne Buiiaog.i trounce tht Bean' .to 19 to 0 and
kept a stiff! upper lip throughout the Tigers take the Adders 18 tr 0 !'>
_he game: "Sky-Scraper" Al Hen- __ ____ I Mrs William I. Kitch, who was'
,Is glen, from where the tall cornrows sf ,. in charge of the contest, voiced

,' was very good: on the offensive Bulldogs Eke Past I hope that many more ladies of
and scored the final touchdown the Association would turn out for

of the game;: Former star of Wildcats 9 To 6 I Ig the next one.
Southern Cal, Joe Gall gos, scared By The setting up of the driving;:
many points when he made several iH'':;e was handled by personnel of
outstanding end runs with th.' For Second VictoryWhen the Physical Training and wetl -

case of water bottles. So far, h l lure Depaitment.
two station football teams .
has been offered a dozen scholarships -
each who claim that they are thebeat
to be water boy, from some
of the best known colleges in the team' on the station clash you ALL HANDS INVITED "'

country. Brilliant coaching! which can bet that there will be as fine TO ENTER ANNUAL
was a very deciding factor In our a gridiron;: battle as cnn be seen

victory, was supplied by Comdr That was just the situation when BRIDGE TOURNAMENT
Sauter (substituting: for Lt. Dam- the Wildcats and the Bulldogs r't
tangled last Tuesday in a thrill All Naval personnel have been
: eron, who was illi\ I who was soenthusiastic
battle invited to enter the annual Jacks -
that he practically packed a forty-eight minute It
sent himself into the game: as NATTC has ever seen. "1;\'iJle City Bridge Champion-
Enough cannot be said about the The TOA-TOB Bulldogs took t the :-Inps which will be held at th9

clean sportsmanship and fine playIng long end of a 0-6 score to win the Hotel Windsor next month. Tlia
nf Adders who to tournament will be made up of two
the fought game;: from the TLT-TSD-SKV and
the final bell. Wildcats sessions one on 3 November

The Oidnancemen kicked off to __._. ____ _____ the other on 10 November. Buttt
We offer be.t'I he to Gil- Lt. Hailows Wildcats and in the Till riLI.-l 1) l'ICTI'ln: above, wht're'OU ran hardly find sessions, which will begin at 2000,

breath who was married Satur- I first four plays of the game, the one whole bony i i.:- the gum last w e"k oetween the Bulldogs of will be held under the auipicesof .
dav' All of T'haIV was Invitf I Bulldogs! proved to all hands that TOA antI TOB and the Bearcats 01( FEB T:* ana TA1 Thi Bulldogs the National Bridge League.All
.to Rtbrtng for the wedding;] and the holes that were in their line ran rampart over the Bt'an'atl tot a 19 tll> (0 win It. a line smash, participants register
since they tell me that it Is a .m..ll) I I last week, were not there in this and the ball-cairiei whom you tant identify, got no further than ,1 to enter the will to the .
trwn I'wonder how it survivednUbration the line of Jll'I'tmmt'ge. This we do know that the Bearcats are in able prizes given
e such as only: those game. poses ion of the pigskin, and were driving: deep ir enemy territory winners, and an entry fee of {1.0,
ac.ross. Offside penalties and fumbles .. will he charged.
titular boys) can put - - --- ---'---
S were the scourge of both teams thin] and 18. The fourth down had I Anyone Interested in competing
|n caneou'e noticed that and the Bulldogs: had their shareIn the Wildcats stopping the big I NATTC 1 in the tourney should contact Mrs.
half with the Wildcats i Paul Remlinger at 2.0043 or Bob
ye cnn rnsunllv lift a GenrrijT the first ,
.s st Stand with one hand, it's having theirs in the last half. The I scoring threat of the first half bya Intramural Football Parker at 75936.

;count of the "Atlas" muscle- Ordnance line held the Wildcats! to scant few ;yards. Schedule ) .

g course he's been recelvtjuough 8 yards in three' tries, but a Bulldog | The Wildcats kicked to the Oldi I NAS Hoopsters BeginI'rePractice
the mail offside penalty on the Wildcat Tuesday 14 October
.gnu !
i nancemen at the start of the second I Drills!
lift 1'ihe one mat has "before" punt gavethe Wildcats the
15 Oct.
: half and the ball was Wednesday I Football .oo ner force
and "after" illustrations: and ball back with a first and 10. Here no
states 'Only last month I was the first of numerous fumbles for !1 turned from the Ordnance 5 to I'l'-I Thursday 16 Oct. baseball" off the nation's sport

skinny and weak like this -no*' both teams began. The Wildcatsdiscovered 33 by Collins. On the second pages than basketball begin
when I turn handsprings on the that because! of a fumble I Bulldogs vs Adders to creep) In and do battle for
of the Fftond! half from
a pass
beach, the women crowd around and a solid Bulldog line their I Wildcats lop popularity. Thin applies to
'" I Collins, intended for the left end Tigers NAS Jacksonville an well tut
roe fiist and 10 was soon a fourth
and 25.The was blocked behind: the line of :,: Hellcats vs Bearcats' the reM of the riuntry a*, with

Dick ought to know better than resulting punt was returnedby j Nciimmage. Heads-up ball playing ; the football reason only two
( l At 1630 weeks old ha..kf'tbailan-
think it was' rhilpott who sneaked Collins to the Bulldog 38. Collins 'i Games Start eager
Gofoith. Wildcat end. _
I by Johnny dldaten _-
began prepractleesions >
up behind him and put .soft perfumed pass to Joe Giacalone gave the I II
hands over his but h1 i enabled him to catch the ball while of calisthenics to get into
eyes I
OrdnanCemen a first' and 10 anda INDOOR POOL TO OPEN
was confused over his brands ofcologne rim by Brittain set' the pigskinon |I still in the air behind Collins and 10 OCTOBER eondlt Ion
: and the language;: he used the Wildcat 30. There the Wildcat ,scamper without interference for j F1UDAY Approximately 35 hoop hopefuls
was not proper for a visitinnlady's : eleven rose to hold the The Physical Training Depattmeat met behind the Recreation
ears! up I la touchdown. The extra point I announced that all lliillding/ yesterday afternoonand
Bulldog The Wildcats recently
1: went wide making the score 60. | ,started exercising and run
failed to advance the tail' and so 'outdoor swimming pools will be
Roy Is' certainly beaming again: ran out of downs still deep in their j The Ordancemen received from t ning. Under the direction of Jim
closed for the winter season starring nf'i la tjear'n
Hh'rf' his wife came back from a 'I rl>(lh'. regular guard on
wn> territory. Darby theWl1dC'at after three unsuccessful -
Wildcats and
short visit home. I guess she nui&tlllie the this Friday 10 October. Swim Filer five, the eager <'* :-
punt back from his own downs kicked to the erslll through their routine
Florida. go
30 to the opposing 45. The Ordnance enthusiasts may be able to enjoy
r5 Wildcat 10. An offside penalty daily) until the first basketball -
Amongst the instructors of ARM Juggernaut began to roll made it first and 15 on their own I their favorite recreation, swimming rail.MILWAUKEE..

"K" School (under the eagle ev' once again and! was finally 5. The third down went to the 25, at the Indoor pool, BMf .

of CHIEF QUINN) many le"son flopped on the Wildcat 25 but a fumble on the next play 614. Wis., (SEA) -
plans are coming to "LIGHT.** The Wildcats again, unable to made it second and 20. On the The new hours for recreational Man bites dog makes news in the
Even though everyone Is really advance the ball, were forced to I fourth down, a pass from center thru' U. S. Boy bites alligator is cer-
"on the bull" ore ear was alwavpeik -' kick The boot went high and foul I went high: and the Wildcat back swimming area are: Monday tainly good news in Bolivia. It was
.d un for the scores of the on the Wildcat 27 Here penaltieswere was caught behind> his own goal Friday 1800-2100; Saturday, 0&00- good news for a U. S. tourist

world series.Ve hear a rumor the reason the Ordancemen by the alert trio of Stephenson, 2100; Sunday and Holidays, 1300- from Milwaukee, at any rate. The
that WALTER HAYES anj were kept from marching over the : Giacalone, and Luscombe. 2100. There will always be a competent Bolivian lad and the tourists were
CHAMBERS wen a few greeTfrcm Wildcats last stripe An "me n1 threatened by an alligator which
6.2 and
That made the score for the
back a pool.LT ure of hands on the offen!"e'' made lifeguard bit into the boy's leg. The lad bit

ELKS thinks the Hobby it 25 :yards for first and lf, amt gave team. new The life Wildcats to the kicked Ordnance to \ non-swimmers. I back The alligator let go.
after of 18
a run yards "deiav-
'' 1) is one place to stay clear a Hentzen who lugged the ball up
ing the
game" penalty made! 'it
'abcn LT. FILCHER is around
.C' I field to the Wildcat 48. O'Neal !
.ftvs' that anyone knows yoU taC'kthe day befoie.: n--p--h; d recently : on an end sweep advanced the ball
should) veil "TI dhtEIi!" when a been transferred to Charleston I fur a first and ten; although

hf'tw'rtf'N' is ready to fall. EerecialW for some sea duty, and he hn' knocked unconscious on the play. flOI3I3Y SflOP
if it is going to fall on your to come back to NATTC to visit I Collins then carried an oft tackle
foot, 'Tain't worth it McGee!
old buddies on a week-end when sprint from the :38 for a beautiful
While in the AEM "B" schoolliuii the pains overtook him. touchdown play\ Brittain. gave it NEWS ..
"'e. one might hear a noise simV 55 the "Old Collage;: try" and carried
r t 1tIle screeching doors of Latest story on "Wheelba," thlt'el11It' shiited Wildcats with '
"Inner Sanctum." Don't be frightened the little Dachshund ( ? ) who him around end to make the extra 1 "Holbiesfor the Hobbyist'

it is only JKNSEN'S new hangs around Bldg. 500 is that, point and final score of fi to 6.
8hce getting a workout. among other things he is a hunter The Wildcats in the ensuing 'i

Wilt'nineto the BEARCATS -and catcher of rabbits Mr Sha- minutes of the game: tried desperately -
Last week I described l an Eighteenth Century Naval
football squad CHIEFS POWELL han, and Chief Brodie related' tha: to conect with a T. D. ,
"Wherlbase" has Cannon and some of the men took> advantage of these beautiful
and CHAMBERS. With this addition l- one rabbit to his but were unable to do so. -
wr are sure to have the tram credit After halfheartedly chasingthe Gunner kits, so this week I'd like to tell you about some of ourshipbuilder's
with combination, rabbit, the story that the McCauley's Bulldogs in
the winning goes
: kits that have recently arrived. You'll haveto
winning: this game;: proved that the :
rabbit fill down and in
Some of Ship's Company really I got up
Ordnance team is two deep in each see this ship to really appreciate it.
loot Ins of direction
enjoyed the Ret-together;: : at FE- doing= BO, sense -
DAK'S hou e the other night for a and as he was whizzing back position! and a definite favorite to It's: a modern oil tanker with fittings down to thetiniest
BltflU dinner. by Wheelbase, the dog nabbed him. win the league championship.The detail ana win mane a suitable -
The JG4 question of the week Not only that but Wheelbase is stalling line-up was:. mantel pieee or table model year was the winner of the Tlansi -

In.-Why doesn't MR. HILL get tolilve the proud recipient of a bath. This: WILDCATS BULLDOGS for ship fanocis. This isn't the i atlantic race for the Kaiser's Cup.
Goforth . _. REliT .. ... Luse> -
his tar to weak any more? service was rendered by Brodie in only ship that we leceived We also Since then the "Atlantis" has! won
Would! I 1' by any chance have anyring one of his'! idle moments. Repot CittikCoiUe .. .. Black have Mime old time Milling vessels. I many international contests including -
on the smashed fender* an it's the first for the hound >y .... ....... IvGO Hunkins Including the repute in detail o' the cup offered' by the eocK -
) ".1" guess: is as erxl: as mile.Lump sirw' the wing uf '45. Fears ... .. h .... ...... Lt4telshon the famous "Flying Ch>ud" which ug e.f. Spain.: She is truly a deep
5. 1'owell ........_..... LG ._....... .. Evert was built in B(*te>n by the noted seagoing: ship and her beautiful

Ryden SKD3, remembered Heard the latest joke Fellow Fowler ...... ..... LT ....... JansenGiaruloiv Clipper ship builttei., Donald Mc: lint! and powerful rigging will
l by many as the 7th Naval I>wtikt No. 1 nays: "You going( toh Kiely ......... LKQB: ...,..._ Kay in the year 1851. It was! one appeal to all lovers of sailing. The
wieKUinj champ in the 326: Christening?" "What christening Bluitululst ... ._ .......... ... iiatbyFasett of the swiftest ships of its time. plans on the scale of 1/&" to the
pound etas, had his "tumra>" and where?" way Fellow No. .. ....... .... HH __._..._.._ CVlliwUnltalu Another I1It"'.kl ship is the Auxiliary foot, are thoroughly detailed to
yutUed ffa"lt week apoetHkctmiiy )- "Fjurl.1a N" a little sun" Yak HtYl\Ok __.._ HH '_ Uhoouw "Atlantis" which I enable the amateur worker ta

. to >awl, in the same make a mist realistic scale model.I .

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JOHN BECKETT. FORMER: N-val-i i ili-- PAUL "DUKE" IIULLIKU ((13) takes a spill THE PRECISION-LIKE WAY in which the Flier ::

plunks off-tackle for six yards in the second quarter towards the ground after tripping over a Stetson backfield works is shown as John Beckett hands the ,". .

I of the game with Stetson University Hugh Carlton. tackier Bill Lanagan, Hatter guard, is pulling the ball to Jack "Wahoo" Mancos while a Hatter lineman
follows the play. The rugged line play of the Fheiii
Hattei fullbai, is the back dm Flier
pulling signal-caller down
scrappy over the prone body of Jo completely baffled the heavier Stetson line, and Jax
whil; Harvey Hard 176' FlIp quarterbai l'om.'- Solana tackle. The Fliers completely outclassed the grid mentor 'Tuffy' Thompson used almost all the

up-tc block .. Hatters and had little trouble in winning, 23-0 jlayers on the local bench,
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Fliers Smash StetsonLine :


For 23..0 Victory ,

The _. -------- :lr
i bigger tneeonie, till
ed the bar and the raced bark .
through cross after the ball who n
}harder fall and Saturday
the -
'uials led 7 0, bounded
,I into the e"'i zon' H
night in the Gator Bowl Stetson took the kick-off and grabbed the leather but was dro I '
the big and tough Stetson returned I to beyond the mid-fieli I ped by Bb Meckoll and John Paw "
University Hatteis eleven fell stripe but lost the ball on a loski two Flier flankmen f >r ,
with a resounding thud before I fumble Two plays put the Flier safety As the half ended, tht lo 'I % ,
I up to their own 10-yard marker, : Navy outfit led 16-0
., the onslaught of the ,
and then McQuary took over. On The Ja.\ons tallied their last TD
hard-hitting Ja\-Nnvv Fliers an off-tackle play, the 210-pound in the third canto as Bob Claris )
230. fullback swung outside the end : Flier back, plunged over from th % / n.t 1 : 4
two-yard marker For, this scorn
Nearly 10000 wildly-cheering; flanks and cut down the sideline ,
fan stomped into the stadium t i while three Stetson would-be tacIt- I the Fliers marched 53 yards down
watch with marked amazement lers tried to bring the big husky I field, ending with Clarke's plun
the Flier powerhouse completer down. Two men stood between Mi- I over the goal line. Francis! Adllr-
rout a heavier Hatter eleven in I Quary and paydirt, and as they ney, Ed Buchser Marvin Harden )

the first half, and then keep their moved up to bring him down Ben and John Beckett took part in tn' *AuU3s S* It.. machine rolling in the final two Adams, the riiers' star tackle, 58-yard drive, all four men run-
periods. The DeLand outfit outweighed came from almost out of nowhereto ning, blocking and passing i i,>r J.\ NO. 1 UN. Captain Herbert S Dutkworth NAS
\ the locals by about :.JO slash the two tacklers to the first downs. Ha.rdy's placementwas Commanding cmi" gives the Fliers a big hand as they trek back
r good.Ht'st'r'p" fl. .'n field afi 'i their initial touchdown. The I
J pounds, but what the Flier 1m ground and McQuary went across again scoring Captain 0
lacked in weight it made up with standing up. This sensational blo:'tby I Show Lu) \\ell nIl', hen ,>ntit' the Fliers most staumh supporters attending all\-die spirit which tore the "big Ben proved to be the : The Flier coaching staff w. '.t th' t games and showing up even (or some ot their scrimmage.d

Stetson line to :hrcds. The Stetson outstanding block vet seen by a:iv well pleased with the way the Flu l "
lads picked\ up but :a mere 17 yards of the Fliers this season. AgaIn I first eleven showed up but evi i : ,
by rushing, while the local charge: I Hardy's placement was true, and more so at the way their reser\ ; ,
were amassing 231 yards to their I the Fliers led, U.0, with five minutes ran over the bIg Hatter outfit Y ,
credit. of the second period gone John Pawloski and Bob Meckoll 1'1'
:\h'( lIar ires 1'a.* Fumble Eight: Times : both reserve ends continually ken' t
It didn't take the charges 01' Bad luck played havoc with the slashing away at the Hatter d( : :
"Tuffy" Thompson long to get roll-I Stetson backfield It fumbled eight fens and set the DeLand lad $/
ing, and while the Hatter times and had a couple of snap- back on five occasions for 101.4 ; t tt
howed some effcctivene! in twI: I backs from center go zooming over losses. Pawloski was the big gu ; 1C
first few minutes of play, it could their heads. In the second period, in the defense. He kept piling u*)
not upset the Jax linesmen. Jack and back on their own 36, a fumble the ball carriers as they tried t I r O '
McQuary, Flier fullback, stepped'I Ij and a bad pass from center drop scamper around or even close to '
1 j back to the Stetson 15 and fir-3 : ped them backwards to their 24 his end a : t
I a 12-yard aerial to big Vince A:\- Then came a second consecutive"! All the reserves who scooted ont -
anla for the first touchdown I! bad pass which sailed over the the field for the Fliers turned 111 : t i
) Hardy try for extra point zoom11' head of fullback Hugh Carlton Ho creditable performances and after f S
J this showing will be used exten lively >- r. s t*
in future grid clashes 0
Intra-Mural Touch Grid League Filers Lead In Statistic*
The local Navy outfit led in all
I' Is Slated To Start 20 OctoberChief departments as it completely i
mauled the Hatters Jax rolled uo
Bob Beaudreau of tie: league Immediately. At present:, 16 first downs to DeLand's mere ,
Physical! Training and Welfare the only teams which have defin- four. McQuary led in the ground. .
Department announced yesterday j itely entered the league are Com- gaining for the locals with 85
that the intra-mural touch foot- : missary, Marines Supply, and VA yards, and Ed Buchser followed
ball league would get underwayon ATU No. 4. But NARTU, VO-ATU with 47 yards Beckett reeled off

20 October In preparation for i, No. 6 and A & R probably will 46, Clarke picked up 35 Adorney i r .__ ___ __n _
the coming season. Physical Train- field teams. grabbed up 29 and Bill Harrington AND TilE CROWD ROARS Its approval AS Jack :McQuary goes
ing personal are now being thor- Each team will consist of seven garnered 15. skirting down the sidelines for the most spectacular run of the
pughly indoctrinated as to the i men and all games will be played night. The fans scream wildly, jumping to their feet to watch the
rules of the game so they mAY I under the touch football rules I The world's biggest referee h brilliant fullback go for the TD One of the largest turn-outs fora
act as officials. which have- been set up in the now handling bouts in New York local Navy grid clash in years was on hand to see the Fliers
The deadline for entries is .I,- I II Navy pre-flight training schools City. He I N Abe Simon the sifootseven -- trample the Stetson University Hatters, 23.0, in the Gator: Bowl
I morrow and it looks as thoujn throughout the nation. 260-pounder Mho Saturday night. Attendance was estimated at over 9.000. _
') Beaudreau's hopes of a 10-tea n All games will be played In fought Joe Louis twice and was ------ -- : i
j loop have gon.' out the window the mat area gridiron beginningat knocked out both times by the
I i unless other team enter the'' 1600. Dark Destroy VO-ATU No. 6 Captures Softball ;.:

1 'WORLD SERIES" WINNERS ._ Championship In Three Straight : ::
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While the New York Yankees,
a "gAWptlW! :: were eking by !

Brooklyn Dodgers in baseball's biggest event, the Woi.

eN Series, the VO-ATU No. 6 Softball nine had little troublein

o taking NAS Jacksonville's own "World Seiies". The

; squadronites took .three straight games from Metals Di-
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vision of the National League tip
cap the station championship,
Tigers Will Meet
.e The Airedales took the first ,

t J 9 a Edward Waters For game by a score of 9-5, the secondto I

the tune of 8-3, and the third .

Ii N 31 N 2nd Time This YearThe clash under the arcs at Power }lm'i

NAs Tiger colored football Plant Diamond Friday: night, 0-., fn.
% Martinez of Metals wfw {;''I
1 .t'von! will take the field for
with all three losses of
charged ::)
the Mind tune next Saturday when S $
./ they tangle with the Edwaid the aerie.. '
winner will be awarded
\A/N rs College pigskiiuiera in
( ksonville gold softbalL, while the losers. ,
4 a i : .
} will receive silver ones. In (ldl-
The Tigers arc apt to be 4J. bif t "I
tion, VO-ATU No 6 will be preented 4:
I i ged come Saturday as they
with a beautiful trophy,
; / n N t for the past week The rain and at the next Captain's Inspection"\A
high winds have kept the locals
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4 from the practice gridiron for with two weeks of experience-b ". ,
... four consecutive days and it may hind them, they will give the local
-,,---. ...--... .. .-'" W. .', throw them off their stride huskies quite a tussle, I
AlTEJi TOPPING rilK' H/VRINKS) to win the Ainoncin L(..1,411 f.Jg! tile VO-ATU No, G aoft'Wll In the last meeting with Water, Coach Robert Justiai; has peen
nine went to to win the station champions 1 ip in the "World Series by heating the Metals Di- the NAS eleven came' out on the further plagued by char lay-no rnea: I
ieion squad National League winners, in three straight games I last week The victors are (first row) long end of a 6-0 score and tho strained muscles, and bruiseR CCfUJ'ad
ft to right, Bill Young, Ed Ouyton, Spud Rider, Frank Paroli Manuel Katsarelia, Bobby Drill; (second lasers will be out for revenge by the last practice but at ,
w) Lt V. W. Collins, DIck Wakefield, ffi, L Gold L. V Stone, Ray Oirgoa, 'UobW Robertson, Working out of the "T" formation game time the Tigers should b<- m
and Lt J. M Waters is plenty fast ami good physical condition.

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