Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vol. 5-No. 46 26 February 1948'"


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

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:. NATTC History I Ii' THE,_ NAVY__ PICKS AZALEA_.. QUEEN I'o.! .. k._ _, I Red Cross Fund

Marks Close Of. i a a 8 5w Drive Begins At

.: Wartime Career : y aix ha NAS On 1 March

Special NATTC: Section j : a, Chaplain Murphy Is

In Jax Air News Ends I Appointed ChairmanFor

With This Week's Issue Navy's Campaign

After nearly seven and one- : ss Endorsed by President Truman

half years of service trainingmen and .
; SecNav John L. Sullivan
in most of the aviation
; in the naval the the 1948 Red Cross
r, ?. rates service,
Naval Air Technical Training Fund Campaign will get un

. Center, Jacksonville, will soon derway throughout the nation

r be no more. Two months from ; and the Navy on 1
now all of the center's service 1
March. Under the banner/uU'i:
schools will be in operation at' *
M!; "
Red Cross Time, this organ
ft Memphis, Tenn.
ization of will ask
mercy men
; The center is comparatively a
'i. "baby" as naval bases go born 01 4.'S'_ ... .. ,.y Y.w. and women from all walks of
.". necessity for the ever-expanding ,
J life to contribute funds
It first
Naval Air Corps was
f.',i,. started as a branch of NAS .J lax a that the Red Cross can car-
ir: ; when that activity was cummin r
.. ion its work during the
stoned back in October of 1 'II; being established as a spai'at riming year.
1 command under NAS in April Here at NAS, plans are already
I 7' 1912. In early February of 194.< .x ; underway to launch a successful
.:: It was given its present name.n I II 'ampaign Chaplain Robert L.llIl'phy .
I ,;: Naval Air Technical Training :\ has been appointed by
" .,r' Center under direct charge of th 9ra aptain Herbert S. Duckworth,
r :i. Chief of Naval Air Tfihnual r. ) e./ ummanding, Officer, to the chairanship : -
Training whose offices at that time of the local Navy effort
. :. were in Chicago but now are located whIch will run through 31 March.
: at Memphis Tenn. J'he chaplain will appoint sub-
With the commissioning ot XAS & 'T hairmen in all the various activities -
Jax, the first plans for Nay v P 1'1- i : located here with the excep-
atlon "Trade Schools" at Jacksonville ti?>n of the Naval Hospital which
got underway. Comdr. Junius '"nducts a separate drive,
L Cotten was the first Officer- I'' *LN 4 Civilian employees were remind-
Charge: being relieved by Comdr / *d that if they contribute to the
, Ronald D Higgins, in September :Vavys drive they will not be asked -
j I 1911. After NATTC became a sep again at home. Contributor
t arate command in 1942, Captain WIll be issued window stickers anJ
Joseph P. Lynch took over as lapel buttons to show they haveb
1 NATTC Jax's first CommandingOfficer ic i4i :i>ked the campaign.
In October, 1913. Lt. Comdr. As in the. past, enlisted personnel -
W. H. Cushing served as Executive will not be solicited However,
, Officer. Meanwhile, things )hev may make their contribution
' were popping for the "St>rvll'e 'trough their departmental chair-
Schools", In February, 1912. Ma nen All officers and civilians
Jor, now Lt Col! (IRett>William \ t'It' will be urged to contributethe
T. Evans reported aboard *.- fund.
Commanding Officer of tin new K The Red Cross hopes to raise 75
formed Marine Aviation I I.ta'h, : Ilion dollars in this campaign
anent at NATTC A total of 21 1i' i I million more than last year.
barracks were under const rit. t I m : )In") increase was made necessary
to be finished in three months: Ph. meet deficits in all local na-
Aviation Machinist Mate A\iati t 1'-fI' nal, and overseas budgets
Metalsmith Aviation Riu>n an
Field Director Allen G Seartuugh -
Aviation Gunnery Officers R,'mb- .
pointed out this week thatt
. VAS alone. the Red Cross
', hapter made 290 outright grant
l Schools were in operation : thenew .
: 194? totaling $1,135 as com-
r NATTC Auditorium was c-im : Y ,
11,1 ,.
i u-ed with the $619 of a year ago.
pleted; and an annex on the Administration r \ total of 26187.96 was loaned
Building was start.-d. and 8,148
personnel cases were
Almost immediately after ( ap- I. handled in the past twelve months
tain Lynch had taken command, "Ir : : The President of the United
AOM"A" School was consolidated t 4 sr Mates, in a letter to all Heads of
With Ordnance schools at Memphisand Executive Departments, Commissions
Norman. Oklahoma, but Advanced or Agencies summed up the
Ordnance School was t theme of the campaign by con-
brought here from Chicago. AEM'' cluding, "We have ample powerto
School also was brought down relieve the burdens of our fellowmen -
from there, and SKV School was and by generous acts of
transferred to this command from kindness and goodwill impel new
its former location at Alameda, f life and hope. Each citizen
California. through team-work In his Red
The year 1944 proved to be an Cross is serving his country and
.. eventful one at NATTC. Besidesthe thereby building a stronger more
AEM and SKV Schools being splendid America"
transferred here, the establishmentof i .
Aircraft Turrets School was be .
(Continued on Page 7)Doctors' ; Navy Wives Club

J .- ...s.. L
<'. .... Installs A New
"IIi'IT ..... "" ," "J!> -
Wives j TWO TOP-RANKING LOCAL Navy officials acted as Judges at the Eighth Annual Azalea Fes-
tival at Ravine Gardens, Palatka, last Sunday afternoon, Rear Admiral Ralph Davison, Chief of Slate Of OfficersA
Hold Auction At' Naval Air Advanced Training and Commandant of the Seventh Naval District, and Captain F. W.
Priestman, Commanding Officer of NARTU, along with Frank Winchell, Head of the Conventionand new slate of officers for lh.t
Monthly MeetingA Tourist Bureau of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce and Judge A. S. Herlong Jr., County Jacksonville Navy Wives Club No.
Judge of Lake County, picked this year's Azalea Queen. (Top) Miss Jean Crow topped the field 86 was installed last week at A
white elephant" auction was of 17 contestants and was presented with an Azalea wreath, a trophy, and a bouquet of roses. banquet at the CPO Club Among
held at the monthly meeting of ( Center* The four judges relax during a lull in the event (Bottom) The four semi-finalists included, the officers installed by Chaplain
the Wives of Navy Doctors Club, left to right, Imogene Clarke Jean Crow, Nancy Thomas. and A\>\Varwlck.. A. C. Boyer were Leota Waller
I Tillie Daut, vice-presl-
-- president;
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Richard Wor-
conducted by Mrs. I
sham and Mrs. J. L. Holland donated, The to Wounded Veteran Donales Frankie I dent tarv:; Lottie Rosemary Mae Zinns Regester, treasurer, secre;

proceeds, $3100, were Bonnie Swan Chaplain, and Louis
the nursery, a project of the club I
Foster, Parliamentarian.
The organization, composed of Laine Records To Jax Servicemen It was announced that the club
wives of doctors and dentists
the I will hold its next business meeting
the NAS Hospital, --
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March 4 at 1400 in the eluQl
NAS Dispensary, NATTC Dispensary "The boys" at NAS will soon 1. Mainside Lounge. Here's the story behind the on
and Green Cove Springs Dis- enjoy hearing a number of record- 2. Mainside Movie I I I unusual offer During Lame re- house In Dewey Park The need
pensary, meets on the third ings by Frankie Laine, new sing- 3. Naval Hospital Recreation cent appearance at a downtown president, Leota Waller, Wilt proe
Wednesday of each month. Cur- ing sensation, through the gener- Hall. department store's record shop, a side.
rent officers Include Mrs. David osity of an anonymous woundedwar 4. Salvation Army Service- wounded vet came in to buy a cou- Tonight will b$ the last nWJj
Greene president; Mrs. Richard veteran. men's Center. ple of his favorite singer's records the club's Bingos will b* held a ftj

Worsham, vice-president; Mrs. I Today, the Jax Air News will The remaining albums are avail which were being autographed by Snug Harbor. Beginning 4 MaoctV
Philip White, secretary; Mrs. Ar- distribute one of the vocalist's latest able to any activity that can prove Frankie Anxious to hear him r::ng the Bingos (sponsored tor *A
thur Smith, treasurer; and Mrs. albums to each of the following that they will be used to the bene- in person, the veteran offered to Nursery) will be bell M tfl]
R M. Askin, social chairman. activities) fit of a large group of men. Continued on Page 7 Anchorage. *


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Two JAX AIR NEWS 26 February 1948

I A Great LeaderOn I IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves
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_ _ Monday of this week, all hands en Tt I'1

Editorial Offices joyed a holiday in observance of the birth of I flT<

South Wing:, Lower Deck: llldg. 930 the first president of the United States,

** Telephone Extension 8184. George Washington ,

Arthur M. Greene Editor: Few people these days give any heed to)

The JAX AJU NEWS is published weekly at the the person or event a holiday commemorates. .
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida and
Most enjoy a day of rest or take advantageof
printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsTit
no expense to the government and in compliancewith the opportunity to get in an additional

SccNav Circular Letter 4 -1918 dated 12 December round of golf, some fishing, or a little motor

1015. Copies are distributed free of chargeat trip. Their pleasure seeking is not marred
the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical I
with thoughts of the real of the Ij
Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval purpose j
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters o f observance, and their only regret is that I

the Seventh Naval District, Naval Auxiliary Air holidays don't come around often enough or

Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air Gunnery Range last longer. 0 I
and the U. S. Naval Hospital.Rear \ r dill 11 i
George Washington's birthday should re- I

Admiral Ralph Davlson mind us of the contribution he made not =

1 Chief Commandant of Naval Seventh Air Advanced Naval District Training only to the cause of liberty, freedom and 1p )

tolerance, but to the actual existence of this N
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth, L'SN. Commanding
Jacksonville Naval Air Station great nation. Washington was a man of

ideals but, unlike many idealists, he was '
Jules F. Schumacher. L'SN. CommandingNaval r
Air Technical Training Center also a man of action. He led the country's

ragged and pitifully weak forces to victoryon
Captain C. M. Scharr S. Naval hospitalCaptain t l the battlefield. And, as the new nation's

first leader, he welded the States togetherand
F. W. Fileslman. USNR. Commanding
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit set the ship of state firmly on its course.

The people of this generation, as well as ( J \ .v
Lt. Col. T. C. Moore Jr, USMC, Commanding Zilev/l
Marine Barracks those of past and future ones, owe him a __

great debt. j "That's funny I would have sworn that I shaved last night.
Lt 1. C. ricerchlnger. O-ln-C _
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field Men of his caliber are sorely needed in

every age to hold the torch of liberty high.
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn USMC Iu11eIin I
i CCommercicd
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe Troubled times have a way of producing Iii

matetlal.JAX AIR Republication NE\\S receives of credited Ship's Editorial mailer Association prohibited great leaders to direct the destinies of their Ilulletiiit' till be accepted until space has been filled, hut not

without permission nr: SEA, Washington I 25., D. C. Republication native lands. In the days of the struggleof .. than 10OO TUf'l'IdatxL 8230.
or any other mailer, except by service Editor- the colonies to I FOR ,SALK venston.
secure representation in I
without of ,
t bttt'd permission Piano good condition fe3. Phone
Will sell tiadc
1941 Royal. or
JAX n'iKtNl\ the British Parliament and then later when for Chrysler lighter car In good shape. W. P. :2-7957. VVllson.:
1 lea 3215A: Blair Ave., Dewey Park. 1940! Chevrolet four-door super deluxe
this course failed, to win freedom from the 1M1! by Chevrolet five passenger' club sedan.' Motor in excellent condition
Week mother country George Radio heater defroster new $750. Miss lards, ext. :563.
Brotherhood Washington cameon seat coupe.covers four now tires J. II Six-room house electrically equipped.Kuinlshtd .
the scene and accomplished a herculean Kaylor, ext. 389, 3814B Norman St., or unfurnished. Phone,
\Vadsworth., 4535 Blount
opportunity regardless of race, task. Few Dewey Park. 2-9932 W.
: nations would have gambled '.
on 1936 Oldsmobile, $:Jj(). H. E. Bell, Galley A\
color, or creed. the: upstart colonies being able to win their 4. ext. 8118. 1947 aluminum Howard, butane:27-ft. house gas trailer.electric All refrigerator -

Those are high-sounding words, and they independence against the might of England. 1937 new Packard top clean convertible.car. $375.Good Phone the 4- ; electric brakes. $700 under

arc supposed to be the basis of our democ- But, led Washington, it was done. Suit 4060.of Mr.CPO Rlgdon.greens, coat size 37 two cost.Tlmuquana Phone Road.2-3320 L. L. Wood 5132

But because the tendency of late has pair of trousers size 31 waist overseas '- 1940 Studebaker Champion. Excellent
racy. Today, too, wise leadership is needed. rap, size 7, rap cover. Johnson, ltl'n extra clean I good paint I ,
been to forget or ignore these basic prin- Present day problems are even more complex ext. 370, 3310B Ulbbs Ave.. Dewey $745. be seen any time R. G.
Bdgvibe Bldg. 901, or 3805B NormanSt.
ciples, true Americans everywhere are reaffirming than; those which' faced the colonies in the Taylor Park I y pen. ., Dewey Park
their belief in this doctrine by the latter of Sawickl. bl21 8t'Ha't: k'Sr., NAS. FOR RENT
part the 18th
of National Brotherhood Week. Century. They are Maple bed with spring end mattress Two two-room apartments, furnished.
observance not insurmountable, but skilled pilots extra mattress, Iron cot with mattress : Semi-private bath. Rented for 3S.50:
Protestants, Catholics, and Jews have unitedto are portable washing machine. and $0 per week. Phone 2-0908, 1 1'1.wmc .
needed to steer the country through the Irons war-time sofa bed all for $:)0, J. M. Joyner.. 1028 Dancy Street.
endorse these precepts as the means to a reefs 1186 Cumberland Road. share Lakeshore bungalow I elec
and shoals
and to and keep it on a level keel. Living room, bedroom and dinette kitchen.Nlll accept infant.
better understanding among men promote Unselfish devotion, compassion understanding suites, one year old.' miscellaneous Phone 2-3245. Mrs. Rhodes. I
harmony among the many divergent small urnltuie. McShane.. 3009B Three-room apartment. Phone 3-034O
and respect for one's fellowmen are all 120th St., Dewey Park. Mrs Zlnk.
racial and religious groups that make up the needed if the Ladles' black Chesterfield Mae 14-16. Room with kitchen privileges or will
of America. nation is to remain secure and reasonable Also wicker baby car rent two-room light housekeepingapartment
citizens the world] is to have a lasting and wicker baby walker. Willtrade If desired Phone 2-4275, ,
The task will not be an easy one. Not much peace.Chaplains' .- either for play pen. Zimmerman S. D. Groves
30O5A 120th St., Dewey Park Large r'n private home. Tw
can be accomplished in a single week each Bunny bear, combination par bed and blocks from NAS bus line and five
to undo all the mistrust and animosity eat. 1... P. fUchburg, ext. 743: or city lines, near shopping' center $8
year phone 2-4391. for one, $12 for two Phone 2-6279.
which smolders all year and is fanned into I Corner I Hot water heater table top. practical Marlon L'tnglt; Young, 1621 Donald
ly new $30; Florence two-burner St.
flame by bigots and rabble-rousers and organized space heater, new, $30. Lt'. ijg) One or two rooms with home privileges. .
W. LeBelu. ext. 534. at Phone 3-UJ53-R, Newman.
However inch of or ace :
hate groups. every NERVOUS IN THE SERVICE 4840 Dundee Rd., Lakeshore Will share home with couple Nice
ground gained is a step in the right direc- Cement block machine, cheap. Phone district. Phone 8-1183 Mrs. Morton.
Are you nervous in the service? Are you VP613-M, W. C. Hafely. Lady will share bungalow with servicecouple.
tion, and everyone can help in .the battle in the Six beautiful cocker spaniel l pups.-Partl- Phone -&69-J, Mrs Sullivan
these insidious forces which threatento crazy Navy? Are you at ease with the colors and reds six weeks old AKC Room In private home across from'I'
against sea breeze ? Is there a flame in frame ? registered Lt. Comdr. D. H. Epper- Hyde Park Golf Course 'I
weaken the very foundations of America. your son ext. 255. 3373. Mrs C. P. .Parker,
Do you get thrills with your chills? Is there York Bell-bar set 175 pounds or Room with kitchen privileges. Phone
Nearly everyone who came to this country lead weights and course, $25. G. E, Mc- 2-2106 or 8-9091 after 1800. Mrs Cunningham.
settle did to and in your head ? Do you fluster when you Fatrldge: Bks. "E"'. ext. 711. 4550: Crescent St, Murray
to persecution
so escape 1939: Buick four-door sedan. Radio Hull
I muster? When work do skirk ? Are
tyranny, whether that persecution was political you heater, good shape best offer. Phone Bedroom In private I home, adjoining
you SNAFU with ;your USAFI? 2-7480, I I'r 3336 Broad bath, bed linens furnished
religious, or racial. The United States way. living room and phone, u'bCIr, I
the haven of the oppressed the land of You need a HOBBY. Even if you are not 1940 Mercury conveitlble. Perfect condition from bus line, near shopping center
was rebuilt engine new top. !Rood and NAS. Mrs. Seagcr 4946 Dun-
freedom and opportunity. But while this nervous in the service, etc., etc., you needa paint late model. Also lour 650x16 dee Road Lakeshore phone 2-5776. I
HOBBY. and four 600x16 tires Some are Completely I furnished trailer, $35
Everybody does. Hasten to permonth
principle is still the policy: of the nation at get new rest are new factory lebuilt. Near NAS, on Cecil Field
] individuals and organizations one or more good ones, for the right kind Graham, ext 696 Hangar 622. bus' line 5122 Timuquana Rd., Mrs.V : \
large, many \
1944 Jeep. Heater new paint good ooten.
merely pay lip service to it while they spread promote happiness and physical health. It is tires, In good mechanical condition l WANTEDTo
admitted that well-chosen interests other upholstered McGuire Flight Test, buy or rent. Three bedroom house
their foul fabrications and foment discontent ext. 633 or see at 1162 Cumberland In Lakeshore. Riverside, or Brent-
than the necessary ones of our daily routine Road.
intolerance and hatred. wood. Furnished or unrurn.ahf'd.
Studio couch, light blue $20: folding ''
Must be
The Department of Justice and the Federal serve as a balance which keeps the mind baby carriage, $10.; both \In good Cascone, reasonable.after 1700.: Phone 5-6823-W. /
sharpened. Have thought of hob- condition.' Also six-gallon 110 volt Overcoat officer's or CPO I
Bureau of Investigation, along with our :you ever trailer hot water tank. $20. Collier. Phone 5-R067-M size 36.
or ext. 6.16. Carroll.
courts, can handle those who incite riot, who bies from this point of view? Street Bldg. 103. ext. 706 or 2054 Ernest ro rent. Two or three bedroom unfurnished

plot the overthrow of the government, and Man has a body that requires exercise. Double bed with spilng and mattress' 2-808-1. Gray.house. Naval officer Phone 1
dresser $25. C. P. Krug, 1435B ChildSt.
who commit treason against their country.It Resolve to concentrate on some sport or exercise ., NAS. Man line to concession take over R"Our M.Navy", n>ap" 'f
Stage Bldg.
is the more subtle conspirators, cloaked I, -basketball, swimming, weight-Jifting- 1941 model wheels i 24-ft electric Schult refrigerator trailer. Tandem ex- 620. ext 719 LOST

with the mantle of super patriotism, and go to it in :your off-duty hours, the nights tras. Dave E. Schwartz lot 24, Yu- Medlunvsl/ed black shorthaired
kon Trailer Park ext. 8118
those who are unwittingly aiding and abet- when you do not have liberty, for example. Hollywood 1 faOf bed, van named "Boots". Has four white dog fu'{ I
Tit .dSChlI
24x24 mirror drawers, and white thl'Oat. Pup I Is sick and
Your exercise will become creative
ting the poisonous spread of intolerance that a joy, desk and chair, two end tables oc- Children are grieving.Please get
the average citizen, in and out of the armed and you will soon begin to feel terrific casional chair breakfast table and In 5 touch, Ceclk with Field Mrs G Spencer Trailer ,
chairs book rack Ironing board ottoman -
forces, must be on the alert against. Man is not all body. lie also has a soul. The book case, cocktail table, MISCELLANEOUS: ,

Prejudice against one religious group is so I soul, too, must be exercised and developed] kitchen Phillip. utensils 116B Cecil$150 Field for all.Housing G. G., Dressmaking dresses! Reasonable., alterations Phone Suits 8-90M.)and

great in some sections that members of that I as well as the body. Resolve, then, to know or Bldg. 433. NATTC. ext. 392. Mrs J. Opp'nhelmer4mo Green St.
Light blue suit gabardine dress blue Sailboat' belonging to PT and I
sect must conceal their beliefs in order to geta more about your religion Come to Chapel wool dress, all size 11. Mrs Speich-\ broke '?08Jlrom Its moorings over
job. A that numbers in the millions is ] call it soul er. 1143A Allegheny St., NAS. the and was last seen drifting -
race regularly ( your hobby). Read the 20 ft. house trailer. Perfect condition } up river In the direction of Grfn

denied many "inalienable rights", includingthe Bible frequently. Adopt true practice of your Inside and and porch out,, awning sell cheap.covering Lot trailer 30-, the boatrlorhavingyknowledgegofel s

right to vote, in a large area of the U. S. religious principles, and your heart will be Yukon Trailer; Park, W. N. Butts, whereabouts. contact Lt. Comdr. Bu- t

It is these dangerous tendencies that Na- at and mind sharpened. And phone 23775. bino .Jt. M.1
peace, your Nine-piece solid oak dining room suite, SPECIAL SALE

tional Brotherhood Week hopes to curb. looking into the future, your eternal expectancy mahogany five-piece solid bedroom walnut suite bedroom, twin suite beds, Place your bid for the following! .

By far the greatest task is to educatethe will be excellent. four-piece I solid walnut I living room : equipment!Service Filling located Station In rear, of Shlp-
millions)) of who have desire Work suite with new slip covers All In Thursday, 4 March. 1941:
people no or faithfully on your physical and spir- very good condition Other miscellaneous !station One ) Ford I
inclination to be intolerant but who foster it itual hobbies this year. This is the secret of Items for sate collectively or 7:53: One Wagon.1SM1 Navy Chevrolet numhei,Panel IflOt I
Individually. Phone 2-8519, Lt. Fred
without realizing they are doing so. The re- becoming healthy, happy-and WISE! H. Bronnon. Truck. Navy number 161531
cent motion picture, "Gentlemen's Agree- (Reprinted from Chapel Bulletin) Furniture ingnom for suite two' Including bedroom house davenport, Liv,

ment", did a masterful job in exposing this two matching chairs, rocking chair,
three end tables bedroom J1 jn $
; suite Including I
angle of racial and religious prejudice. The which are already part of the constitution bed with mattress and ; .rQ cr, .

of National Brotherhood there be of springs vanity with bench chest of
sponsors Week can no doubt the seriousness of drawers: bedroom set Including bed
would do well to obtain prints of the movie the situation. Let us feryently hope that Na- with drawers mattress, rocking and chair springs I kitchen, chest of. the K Station.ad aid Cksptlt Mastic! AVCKS Birmlagbam ,;

for distribution to all schools, fraternal and tional Brotherhood Week will meet with uni- steel kitchen; table, four IfInt'ludnlJlr

civic groups, and other organizations for free versal support and approval. Let us hope 38HA chrome Norman and leather St.chairs after See 1630: )Hale any, 0930--NATO erServiceet Chaplain A. uupuiP. ( ..

showings. It reveals the danger far better that all differences will be reconciled and night 1045-Generai Worship Service _
1937 Pandas four-door sedan. Good Chaplain F, L. AI rt.Cath" .
than words can. settled amicably. And let us hope that ob- condition. Forced to sell *2 5. .

When an entire section of the nation servance of National Brotherhood Week will Chllders 122, ext, 633.AAR Flight Test Hangar nOO-Ma.s 001)0) Mass

t threatens secession from one of the major make a great forward stride in the fight to Whitney babv carriage perfect condition. 1100::Mass "

political parties because of a civil rights program rid America of the disunity which could lead Metal. Shop J. E. Hangar Cochrsne.IK.ATU-VF-2, An outdoor U maintained Nursery for between small children 0900- ij

that would guarantee certain freedpms to her downfall 1 fl7 Plymouth owner. $595.four-door Phone sedan.2-8O93,Original lid- and 1200.Page .

26_ February 1948 CIVILIAN a JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Thre


; BOARD ANNOUNCES :... ,.< U"'lmtJJ_____", u. H.n_..."""._. .... J" .


the spring, a Government
employee's fancy turns to a vacation
local Board of U S. Civil It isn't spring yet, but
Service Examiners announced four Frances Theus is looking forwardto
last week for pro- hers. She has a trip planned
fl'examlnaations bational appointments to the po- to the big city, New York, for next I4

fcition of Engineman, Hoisting and August. She, her baby, and her .
Portable-; Chauffeur, Heavy Duty; mother are going to see Frances' h a w
Operator, ..Automotive Equipment ). wlwAkY'
; brother who lives there Sounds
and Operator, High Lift Truck like a nice trip.Speaking E S 'orsMrM
The entrance- rate of for r "
pay of trips, Mary Rodgerstook ia- ,
these positions are Engineman one last week. She and Eleanor
$1,32 per hour; Chauffeur, Heavy Womeldurf were taken up a
Duty-$1.09 per hour; Operator for a little air cruise by an In- ,?..
Automotive Equipment-$1.14 per structor at Herlong Field. Mary
hour; and Operator High Lift says 'twas r.ios enjoyable. Mary 1 b j03, % Tt
Truck-|,91 per hour. Overtimepay also took a three-day trip to her
is paid for all work in excessof old home at Malone Florida

40 hours That's a metropolis between Two-

Applicants must submit application egg Florida, and Diddy-wa-Diddy
form 60, form 5001 ABC, It was reported that Mary left
form 14 from certain preference town to escape the teasing of the
claimants, and the necessary supplemental i boys who kidded her about one
forms. These forms of her admirers phoning her for a
must be on file with the Recorder, date and getting so excited that
I Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners he asked for "Mary Forbes who
for the U. S, Naval Air lives on Rodgers street" insteadof ,aa: v
Station, Jacksonville, not later for "Mary Rodgers who liveson Y
than 9 March 1948, Forbes street." Boy, that's really

Application forms and further rattling 'em Mary. Ethel Huffman
a. Information may be obtained from says that she has a good 1931
the Board in Bldg. 450. V-8 she will sell cheap now that ,
1 I she has a new car. nQ

It is reported that the PV
Supervisors Club had a fine dinner
: : PSALLIESTHE V i at the Beach last week. In the s
absence of Tom Cowan Bart at,

= Dockrell won the shrimp-eating
I honors And while speaking of

Maintenance employees, this column -
0( : nominates Cone Revels for
i the outstanding optimist of 1948H .
/' states, and we quote, "Florida
NEW LOOK. When you will win the Southeastern Conference w .
hear appellatives ;ike "The football title this year." The -

"The Voice", or "The LoOk"1 only one we know of who would MILITARY PERSONNEL ARE NOT the only ones who engage in recreational athletics here
you know they're talking about agree with him is Frank McKinley at NA8. :Many civilian employees>> here are coming out of hibernation to participate in various game
liacall. Sinatra, and Bing. Supply j who also admits, but blushes, i I during the noon hour in the "Florida; Sunshine." Tag football, volley ball and horseshoes are the I
has its own group of celebrities |I that his collegiate days: were spentat most popular and are drawing the majority of the liimh-tinie athletes. The two photos above were
who are becoming known by their the U. of F. I snapped lost week In the rear of A JL It during the break in the cold weather.l
I la A F. Snow took
traits. For example: Izzie Morri- Design, a ---
son-"The Lip" Gladys Rousseau weekend trip to Miami-which -
-"The Terror"; Your reporter there ain't no place nicer to take '- InspectingThe
"The Ear"; Jungklaus "The week-end trips t.. Alice Gibbons ) --:7: EZINI{

Wheel"; D. L. Dicks "TheGrin" drove her new car to Ft Pierce,

L. V. Harper-"The Brow"; her home. Duffy Quinn is reported :. L- AROUND A
H. B Steen-"The Drone"; Grady as having considerable trouble R..D

'orbet-"The Leer"'; George Ga- with inflammation of his larynx. Engineering Division by Caroline ulJ. Inspectors
hagan "The Spot"; Norma Nix ( Switch to Calverts, Duffy). And. llowellHope y'all enjoyed I "
-'The Venus"; and Al Betancourt : at last, Doc Melsheimer, the orig- that nice long week-end. lly JUI.; .;" BUKNETTK
week being a baby sitter Hurry
"Little' Caesar" inal Esquire ma, has competition The Bowling is
t j Looked as though Herbert Hall season over, and
back, gal, we all miss
in his attire M. E. Arnold you.
Item of interest. Local 696, American has had spent the day at the beach or Who was it that misplaced his what team do you suppose won
Federation of Government been displaying the finest collec- j i something when he came in last glasses and finally found them the championship? None other
I tion of colorful shirts and tit'sst't'n than the Inspection Hotshots! ,
Employees, will old a special "re- week with that sunburned face. right where he had left them- Con-
in these
juvenation" meeting tonight at the parts since Willie Wasn't the beach, though. It was after thinking they were gone for gratulations, youse guys! Nice
American Legion Hall, across the : Dauphin painted everything in hiswife's those speckled perch. Herbert good? lolling! We sincerely hope you
street from the Federal Buildingon kitchen, including the pots, says they sure were biting and he The Planning Division was vis- bring in all the trophies during
and himself. Arnold had
Duval. The union, which is a pans shirt last that had on loves pulling 'em in, but teaching ited yesterday by a beautiful the Shaughnessy playoffs. ?
i authorized in strict accordance ): week stripes these women to pull 'em in is blonde bombshell -and she at- Notice L. E. Jordan hasn't started
going in one direction' the col-
with federal laws, is the Federal lar and another down the on front. J. something else! tracted the eyes of all hands'! wearing the "green suit" yet _
employee's only effective state and : E. M. McHone received a pack Wonder where the "Drool Bibs" I but wait the elbow in his
H. Lee, who is from Lost Ridge N.
national representation in legisla-! I: : age last week and it had the were? sweater is tearing out wont
(C, the
was BO hypnotized
ture. Working in behalf of the stripes, that he asked Arnold by which I cutest tiny baby "things" in it. Personnel and Administrationby I be long now, will it, Louie?

general good and, in particular, I i\:\way they ran in the back and on I What goes on, McHone? 'Fess Dot Die Uson-Doris White is I Congratulations to R. G. San-
''I the government employee, the un-1' ,the shiit-tall. Lt. Busbee, Design & up! I back after being out sick for a ders who recently was promoted
ion's greatest influence is derived Drafting is minus another body! to AETMlc
Engr. Supt., caused" quite a stir Hope you're feeling ,
from the strong and enthusiastic when he called the Drafting Room Darius Curtis has transferred to Doris. I The Green Cap and Buck Build-

aupport of its membership. Wage' (over his squawk box to inquire if Plant Division. We'll miss you Wonder if Lt Harper found out ing Boat Brown are patiently ( *)
and hour schedules, working conditions i I any! "French curves" were in in Engineering, Mr. Curtis, but who "Mori is" is. I waiting delivery because it is
and employee benefits are I there, In the silence that followed we know you'll enjoy" workingwith Mr. Warren's dog celebrated his getting nigh on to time to plant
I largely determined by the opera- I Lt. Busbee added: "That's a your friends in Plant again. fourth birthday last week by hav- that spring crop!

function tion of the without union, which will not I]drafting instrument", or words to I Understand there's a certain ing real steak Oh, to lead a dog's If anyone wants a rid!< into the
support. chief in Engineering who walks
that effect. life! future, try Chief Stradley's au
I NEWS NIBBLES: Henry Beh- Doc Melsheimer has three boys through the Electric Shop quite a Since Comdr. Sweet has been tomobile. Some of those gadgets
\ rens became a grandpop last week and! they all have chicken pox. bit. Better hold on to that red released from the hospital, he's I'I really work!
\ BVH of Val- shirt, D.V.., 'cause understandthe
requests identity around
here like
running a newman
J Doc is somewhat woiried-fig- I Sorry to lose Chief l:, O. Johnson -
entiner who himself 55" chief likes it.
signed Think we all better over
1 ures maybe he's next. go who transferred
Love in bloom in the Account- What makes Joe Carswell, theLab's there and get a new lease on life, SEPACT was for to PER-
ing Department again with the Transportation welcomed back "uneligible bachelor," spendso discharge on
if it did that much for him.
bow and arrow pointing at Lillian James Steedley, heavy duty chauffeur much time at the Balance which Accessories ary 16th. We'll miss having you
I'' 1 1Daniels' who has been out for an operation Divisionby lor- with us, Chief, rut wish you the
Graham who is the
wearing Fred happens to be within vision of \\ll1iam..on-Iva McLean was''
in the Vets' Hospital in best of luck as a civilian
sparkler now. The ceremonies pretty girls: in the outer office,
guest of honor at a shower in the
Lake City. It is also reported that Chief Drum, maybe that water
are scheduled for May, and j huh ?
home of Mrs. Russell last Saturday -
the department sent word that Louise Bragg has reached" the end I injection system you have on your
t 4 of: the line with her railroad i al night She received many Mercury has got your lights shorted -
wished the all the luck
they pair Plant Division-by Walt Fletclier beautiful gifts, and the hostess i
out, it's windshield
I and has joined the college crowd or maybe your -
and heaps of little accounts .
I -This Friday, the drafting sec- presented her with a beautiful wiper or something. Is
Said Brer Rabbit Izzie Morrisonto tion is Charlie who white orchid. A wonderful time
losing Phillips, your license plate loose, perhaps
your Brer Fox reporter, "You Lt.: "Could I try on that win- has decided that California may was had by all I Possibly a good mechanic could
can say that I talk too much, thatI 1 ter uniform in the window?"
On sick list
boast a warmer climate than our are Ruth Grund- help you locate the trouble see
lolligag around, or what a loathsome Clerk: "We'd rather you'd use Florida. He is packing up and mann and Emily Harden We hope Brown!
.... character I am, but PLEASE I the dressing room" moving there to live We wish you they will soon be well and backto
-' don't tell what favorite Remember Bill Kirk, former
., my
the best of luck, Phil. work.
pression is!" Note to fork- messenger for our department?,
lift operators: That operator's you examination "But Bertha, how did you make Mr. Curtis, who worked in the We believe everyone should go Kirk came into the office the oth-
which is now for the acquaintance of your second Engineering Division Drafting to school in Massachusetts. After er day and proudly displayed third
application includes open so don't husband?" Section, is a new member of Plant six weeks of schooling up there, finger left hand. Yep, he's wearingthe
you You Division Morivia is also a fellow sure knows how to workon
overlook the chance to file. See "It was quite see, Wayne gold band now He had to leave
your supervisor for details A I[ was crossing the street with my back again with us. tachometers. Ask Francis his new bride in Tampa, though,
pocket knife was found on the first husband, when my second Anyone interested in muscle Pemberton if her instructor wasn't i but plans to return soon for her.
walk in front of Building 110. Describe husband came along in a car and building? Then just drop aroundto right on the ball when he showed Congratulations to Chief C. L.
it satisfactorily and accur- ran him down. That wai the beginning the Central Tool Room and her how to assemble one.We j Quarrier and the wife on the arrival

f ately to Personnel Office, a d re* : of our friendship! ." observe "Tool Room Gertie" Hexing sure miss A. E. Nelson andR. of a baby boy last Wednesday
--- ---- -- his "Mus-kels." In J. Gutrich from L. Gear I
case you shop morning!
trieve it English Hilton has
; bought a piece of property next to this year. The fellows are being don't know, Gertie is better knownas but hope the lucky shop that got j We were sorry to learn of youe:
contacted and it be sewed "C.C.." the them will be of themas ,
his home and is constructing now, may boy who's name as proud mother's illness, Chief Hughes.
thereon, a small lake (landscaped, up by the time yo.u get to the never appears in this column. we were. I Hope you found her condition
I et cetera) Puth Crosier took period in this sentence Arnold Hassoldt is being dis- At last we found out why May- much improved when you arrivedin
in the Madi Gras while on her charged and is heading straight cumber was singing "For Whom St. Louis
western It's for the California shores. There the Bells Toll." Yes, sir, he is the
jaunt Rusty r
Gladys and Chief John; this Spring LAST CHANCEOnly must be something there besidesthe proud papa of a bouncing baby I the wedding pictures

j And next June may! be the date oranges and the walking man. boy What with all the reductions
when Betty Jane Bridges, daughter a few days remain for Who knows? Engine; Overhaul-by CarlV.. in-force and resignations and all
of Lillian Bridge, ,Becomes the NAS'ers to purchase ticket' to running: Division, Statistical ."Ia-t'r-We would like to take the fellows going to Guam and]
bride of Sailor Glenna, the second- the Tombov-NAS Civilian basketball eC'tlon-\Ve all wish Laura Dun- I this opporunlty to congratulate I Tokyo, there soon won't be any
i. decker Carmen, with Rise attraction to be heM tit lap loads of luck on'her return Luther B. Foley, Shop 1346 on one left in Engine Overhaul.
Stevens; Lucia, with Pone and the Duval County Armory this home to Woonsocket, R. I.We his recent marriage. The wedding George'Taylor' and Coy Whitworthj

t .', Melton; Der Jiosengavaller, and La Saturday and Sunday have a newly-married couple ceremony was performed Satur- recently resigned to enter other
( Boheme, are the Met operas scheduled Tickets may be purchasedfrom among us now-as Evelyn i day evening, February 7, in the fields. Some of our boys going;
for Atlanta, April 1-3 Ticks, team members in Supply Pearson changed her name to.Mrs. Riverside Presbyterian Church. to the Far East are Johnny Hoff.
season or Individual, are from and l"ub1le'ork" or from the Roy Acree The lovely bride is the former man, Red Stuart, W J. Campbell
$2.50: to $10 a performance. Sallies Kiiiplovr: Services; Section of Good luck ,to Mrs Eleanor Car Willie T Warren, an employeeof E. A. Tison, G. T. EHmore. H. Van

I, I has the details Rumor has it the Industrial Ketatlons Department ney in her new job iw Material the Internal Revenue Department Houten and W. A, Grant. 1'hQ
that Whitaker may take the wheel Uldg. 450. ext. 542. Section I Nut:j time you're down very best et good luck to J'O'\t

for the Supply diamond ball team I'The efficient, Elsie is. out; this, that Way, ask Luther to show you (fellows.



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; "? Lead In Officers'Bowling

Hernandez And DeCore Are Eliminated .
Operations held the lead in the

Officers' Bowling League this During First Two Nights Of Slugging I.
week with a total of eight points, .......
three higher than their nearest Disaster struck the Jax- '-- JJ
rivals, the keglers from ATU No first night of the tournament Ii; ;
i, Three teams, Public Works, Navy boxing squad in the Carl Guardinier who took a unani '

a 7ND and Nurses are in a three- Jacksonville Golden Gloves mous decision from him. The fight I
way tie for third place with four tourney Monday and Tuesday was close throughout the first two b

points A&R is in sixth with 3, and nights at the Duval County rounds, but a stunning knockdownby
Guardinier in the third round .
the Executive Department is in
Armory when Eddie DeCore him the decision.
last place with 0 gave
Results of last week's bowlingare and Mike Hernandez, both Tuesday night was especially t

: Operations 4, 7ND 0; A&R dds on favorites to cop titles, harmful to coaches Anthony J.
3, Nurses 1, Public Works 4, Executive were eliminated before the final Rubino and Al Sinibaldi. In addition :
to DeCore, the mentors lost
Department 0: ATU No
4 4, Executive Department: 0 (by night of competition. the services of Joe Steiner in the t
forfeit. Though the DeCore decision will welterweight class, Fred Heini, a
I. probably be disputed in local ring middleweight, and Charles Mercer.
SUndingHTJAM 0 circles for weeks, he was put' out i, a surprisingly good heavyweight.On I
POINTS of the tourney Tuesday night by a.' Monday, Joe Debronskl of
Operations 8 split decision for Ernie Pendarvisof the Jax-Navy squad suffered a !
ATt No 4 5 I the Ft. Myers Boys' Club Only | TKO in the second round.
Public Woik 4 one night before. the local scrap- Only six men were slated to
III.Kt ARt: THE CO.\ IlES of the 194S Jax..Navy boxers who TND 4 per had put away his first oppon- represent the station in last
competed in the .Tacksonville Golden Gloves this week They are, left I Nurses 4 ent in 49 seconds of the second j) night's finals. C. C. Abalan, a fly
I to right, Al Simbaldi Lt Comdr William Austin Chief Robert Jus- I A&R :) j round. | weight, was scheduled to meet
tiss and head coach Anthony J. Rubmo j Executive Department 0 I Hernandez was beaten in the Charlie Hearn, Aaron Garcia of
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PLENTY OF GUTS Richard Casciano who aL .

WAVES Play Crucial -- I advanced to the finals, Georg.
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Hoodhood was supposed to battle
Game Tonight With t rue the featherweight championship .
Joe Martin for the lightA .

Southern Bell Six sight crown, and Bob Meyers for .
r championship
v nt' heavyweight I
The NA WAVES, having won ut the group, Joe Martin has I
three straight last week to bring lto n the standout. The plucky yeo-

their season total to 18 andt, J ICI ,tR i iS uanas entered in the open class }I
can sew up at least a tie l f'lI t insurance against a loss by Her- \
first place in the City CirN pdi..aI undez Carrying the entire load J

League if they can get by the oit I his lass on his shoulders, Marin -
beaten Southern Bell sextttte in proceeded to pin a TKO on i iI 1 1t
the final league tilt tonight. t 'tiarlt McCormick on Monday' J

But if the NAS Civilians win a fight knocking his opponent down 'I
over King Edwards tonight it will .even times Then, in the semifinals

necessitate a play-off game between he pasted a clean knockout
the WAVES and Civilian ,rn, Brady Helveston in one mln-
probably some time next we'k its of the first round. He was
In a thriller last Thursday aLee slated to fight Carl Guardinier for

High gm. the Navy gals w.u i i championship last night.

Out over the Civilians by anal' s t; k n While ill-fortune dogged the
row 23-23 margin In doing s<' .lax :Nay mittmen In the open .
they gained a first place tie with division, the Navy novices had a
the losers Offensively, three {i : Held day on the opening night. ,

,WAVE forwards starred Butch ri ,,,,, '? 7fS'S. Uu'k Polak, a flyweight, won two
Clover, Laddie Vladeff, and Skip ', t4a. ga.'tti m tights to advance to the finals,
Ji.dge--scoring: eight, seven and' John Buston drew a by to the
aix markers, respectively Fran finals Dick Eckmanian won his
Jo'reelooked good on the de ,>nlv battle in the way to thefeatherweight

tense, holding Maliniak, flashy civilian championship bout
forward and leagueleadingscorer and Lou lannini disposed of two
_v __a opponents to ,reach the last-night
to seven points. I
Romping to an easy 33-10 win ONE OF THE GAMEST FIGHTERS to perform on the opening night of the Jacksonville Golden battle
over Southern Bell Saturday Gloves tourney was Joe Debronskl light heavyweight of the Jax-Navy squad The fight was eventually ...
night Coach Gushanus used a given to Sam Mirabella of Tampa, who opened a cut over the local boxer's eye for a TKO Here, De- I Army's ba.kf'tball tram did w tallow
ylightly revamped lineup becauseOf bronski is short with a left jab a single| goal when the Cm-
the illness of Butch Glover. El- Beta beat St. John's U. of Itroak-

len Messer played her first gameas lyn In a basketball game back
a forward and came through Jax-Navy Wrestlers Take East Coast In 19'i.

With six points, as did Skipper --..+0-
Edge, but Laddie Vladeff led all Jim Corbet fought In tin nag
scorers for the evening with 11 Championship In': Brooklyn Last WeekThe fur 18 years and never had a
black eye or a bloody nose.IN ,
For the losers, L. Williams scored .
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five members of the ,Jax-Navy; wrestling team who -- -
all 10 points
Playing the preliminary tilt to journeyed to Brooklyn, N Y., to battle in the East Coast IT GOES

the Flier-Geor'gia State Teachers Naval Wrestling Championship is, all placed in their respective ,
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Clash Monday -
classes, compiling enough po:ints to give Jacksonville the
won their third ball game of the Of the f ive who the
week, trouncing King Edwards, Navy Championship. grappled against
34-11. Laddie Vladeff was again cream of the Navy crop in mal ding circles, four nabbed first
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high scorer with 15, and ElltnMuseI' places one grabbed a runnerup
: was next in line with position.Jim .
nine. For the losers, Smith tallied I Iven. Tigers Face liethune Senic took the 115-pound

flK I Coalman Tonight at crown, Marvin Kleinman topped
Coach Gushanus heaped high I the 136 pound championship Joh..

praise on his whole squad after '! Daytona Beach Court Godek came through with a fusi

Monday night game, but two I' place win in the 160-pound gi mp
girls came in for particular laur- The NAS Tiger colored basketball and Charles Thomas was ('lown.l.I r
els. He said that Peterson and quintet had its win streak : the heavyweight champion
Bryant had been showing remark snapped at five straight last week I Don Husk, Jax-Navy 14"
able Improvement and their play''' when the Tigers were beaten, 19- pound entry, did not take the
waj figuring strongly in the sucoe3S 12, by the Excelsior squad from championship of his class but man
of the WAVES game. St Augustine. The game was played aged to cop a second place in th
Gushanus also announced that on an outdoor court much welterweight division.
Ida WAVE cagers would play the smaller than a regulation hard- The four winners are now u,
Rollins College sextt'tteat Main- wood floor which threw both Memphis working out for the <' >ming i4i

aide Auditorium Saturday at 1730 teams off stride Charles Walker All-Navy finals which will be ,
-- .. stood out for the losers. !held there Monday. If they can lak. { 3

Tonight, the Tigers are slated the All-Navy crowns, they may foe xr
ATU NO. 4 EDGINGCPO'S to play the Bethune Cookman chosen to try out for the naval
quintet at Daytona Beach Recent grappling squad in the Olympn /S #
FOR LEAD IN practices have improved the local | I ;

EM BOWLING LEAGUEAfter passing attack and Coach Ed Car- no"ling originated In Kurope .::'
penter is in high hopes for a vic probably in Germany or the Low
I (oiintries.
a hotly contested weekIn tory. -- _. -. .
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the Enlisted Men Bowling'

League, the ATU No 4 keglers Eight-Game Grid ScheduleIs i
appear to be overtaking the

league-leading Chiefs. ATU No.4 : Announced For Jcax-Wavy
took three out of four points from x
the Chiefs last week and, if they 9l
Next season's Jax Nagrid-
can take all four points from ATU letu' Con!' oo'nl' battles w h I +
I squad will play a pow<'r-
No. 10 in their next match, it takes on the Coipua Christi ( ,n
laden, ht.gdm.o 1 schedule, it w .;s
would throw them into a tie for ets hen and the Memphis Hell!, d''
announced by Lt. Comdr Anth' v '
first place in the second round. I and Ptnsacola Goslings on t tl h. ,
J. Rubmo. Ottner-In-Charge of
The CPO Club still leads the respective fields 4 y
the Physical Training and WelfareDepartment :
pack with 37 points, but ATU No. I I i The outstanding trade i "n..i
I this week. Of the
4 A&R, and Dispensary are all game of the campaign will i .u ,
the Fliers are slated ,
cioce behind with 33. Communication eight games off on 13 November when th.!:
to play, five will take place in Municipal i
is next in line with 31, followed Fliers come to grips here u 11 tn
by Supply with 25, and I the always potent Fort Btiu,1:1 iDoughboys. ?
ATU No. 10 and Boathouse with Though the schedule still carries I .
18 each Four teams, Photo Lab, the names of many of Jacksonville Other teams slated tp play tin

VM ATU No.1 and VA No.4 '* traditional rivals, two Fliers are the Parris Island amt'1 _._-------- ------.-

still have to break into the win newcomers have been invited to CHerry Point MarinesThe IIt; ISW.tUOI'.S:: IT \(. \IS : Big Al H"t ngseti.
column None of the four teams show their wares: on the turf of Schedule blond,4:
Fairfield Eglin I Flier center. go,'" IlIghlIto the an to sink another two (
has scored a point in this round. ))"tll' Tram I'Ue
Field will open the Filer season I October 2-Eglln: FieldHereOctober against Stetson University Saturday night at the NATTC Auditor:
JK-Corput ChrUtl-Her*.
Battling J*>elM>n scored the on :2 October, and Whiting Field October Jfi-Parris l.lan>--Th r ium. While the fliers were stretching their.win streak to twenty
quickest Knockout in the prize I II will Journey to the Gator Bowl October 23-Memphis-There. straight, Hennmgsen netted 29 points during the game. Others In
\\ JCos" for a game! on 39( October. October 80-W'Mtlng FMd-Her*
when he stiffened '- I
I rinj the include Doc Johnson (20) Bill liehrerui ft
November 1-ch..rl7' photo ( ). Phil McKajr
far In twd seconds:" at lrvey, 11L, 1 Th local eleven< will partake .November ntlll\/l-lr.re./ ,
"April 5, 190':. in three Naval Air Training AtU- -November :7t-Iensaaula-Then. (i), and George O'Lon (40)( '

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26 February 1948 SPORTS JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Seven

Intro-Mural Cage MewsOperations OLD MCDONALD HAD 11 FARM .
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First In A. L ; r 1,

'A&R Leads National Loop

A scrappy Operations five is the sole] possessor of first

r .lace in the American League, registering two importantcage

wins last week to send their season record to nine

" .wins against only two losses. ,The mighty A&Il quintet continues -

r to hold control of the National League race with 11 f' h

! straight wins.

Chief Bob Beaudreau, Intra- --- ,--- -- -- sgf ,
mural loop manager, announcedthis who played brilliantly under both
week that a team sportsman- backboards by doing some neat re .
ship trophy will be awarded at bounding. Communications pulleda '
the climax of the season to the mild upset last Tuesday as they <
team "showing' the best sportsmanship copped a 39-34 thriller from the
managers of each quintet Naval Hospital." Jim .Hegler led
from both leagues will meet to the "dot-and-dashers" with nine
choose an All-Star team from markers, but scoring honors went
each league. From this list of All.s to Max Slater of the Hospital with Y }
+ Stars, a most valuable player will 14 points. VA ATU No 4 turner 1 A Y
" be picked. Another announcementof in one of their finest games of the k t 4 : b

interest to both circuits is thata season in beating Ordnance and : '
trophy will be presented to the Gunnery 34-21) Dick Pfeiffer col- I ? ;9
winners of both the National and I Itcted-. 11 tallies to spearhead the I II : r:
American League races A larger winners. II I :i : ;:
trophy will be awarded to the IATU threw a real scare into I
,, winner of the play-offs undefeated! A&R by holding a foui a
point lead at halftime. At the end '
Operations Dcntx Marine
o of the third period they had a 16
Charlie "Buddy Woolls and Ed all count with the loop leaders i d%'Z si
stok threw in 12 and 11 mark- a
1 but A&R of
put on a spurt speedin
ers respectively!' to lead Operationsto
the final eight minutes to win
hard-earned 39-36 victory I the encounter 38-25. M-l Division
over a fighting Marino five last gained for
revenge an early season I :
Friday. Both teams playrd good defeat by dropping the Administrative -
ball, with the winners (copping the Annex, 3832. Don Stowe i .
tilt at the free throw lane. Sup- led the winners with 14 tallies as r '----

ply stayed in the race for the the winners played by far their ITS ALWAYS BEEN the dream of Navy men to retire to a little farm after their 20 or JO years-
'f play-offs and top honors trouncing best cage encounter" of the hard- and raise a few Chickens: But Chief Frank G Saba of the 'PO Flub proves It an r necessary '' I ,ait
cellar-dwelling VM Unit 38-22 wood season in dropping the fight- I until' after retirement He raises his own dueksns ducks: and rabbits right in hiS bark yard tt nd-
as Jack Eifert in "
poured eight
i ing )'eomen. I ing them after working hours each clav
buckets and two free tosses for League standings as of 1800
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38 points to lead the winners Tuesday, February: 'j
In a wcll-plaved encounter Fri- NATIONAL LEAGUE Two More Victories Bring Flier
day, S. T. U. dropped.. VA ATU TEAM: WON IOXT I
No. 5>> down a notch in the standings Assembly and Repair 11 0
30-28 Admlnlstmtlve Annex ft ::1 Win Streak To 21
by winning, Johnny M.I Division f 4 Straight Gaines
Carter paced the Scahawks with IATU 6 6;
seven tallies as scoring for the Naval Ho! pltal 3 7 i The Jax-Navy Flier hoop ---------- ------
VA ATU No' 4 4 7Ordnarl4.'e 10 field and three free shots
I winners was well distributed. Ord- I goals Fliers also topped the Stetson hatters
and Gunnery 4 8! squad through
nance and Gunnery came from be- Yard Department :3 8mmAVTEKirAN for 23 points, the Fliers avengedan last week at the NATTC Au '-
hind in the waning minutes of the :1 9 two more smashing victories early season defeat and kept I itorium, 66- 8, The clash was
\ game: with Communications last LEAGUE, )last week at the NATTC their win streak alive by beating I hard-fought all the way the local

Thursday to win, 3331. Chuck Ma- tAN Operations: WON 9 IOST:3 Auditorium, stretching its Georgia State Teachers, 78.49, at I holding) a ten-point lead through,
haffay chipped the netting -or 15: the NATTC Auditorium Monday out the
S. T. U. g.:1 current win streak to 21 I game
points for the winners, while Dale Supply 7 3 night. Fouls were plentiful with
I 3 straight and bringing its The visitors drew first blood
Hicks pumped in 15 markers for l I
VAKATU i less than three men going out of
No. 5 4- I
the losers. IATU upset }[-l DI- Marlnft 6 5: season record to 25-2. In ad- : light after the opening whistle I the game via the personal) foul
vision, 47-33, hitting with uner- CPO Club 2 fj dition to keeping the victory I but Bill Gibbs of the Fliers came I route and a total of 38 miscucs:
NARTU 2 9 through to tie the count Doc
ring accuracy from the field to
skein being called by the referees.
VM Unit 0- 31 intact Monday night
take the Dispensary into Johnson hit for two points immediately
, Bud Robertson paced the winners against Georgia State Teach-i afterwards and then the Jacksonville leaped off to a fast

with 13 points A&R chalked up SafetyCommittee er's College, the locals also] tout was on. star, piling up a quick tenpointlead
1 Interplant before the Hatters could
their tenth win of the season'! by avenged an early] season defeat Johnson and Kilgariff were es- get
their bearings. The visitors settled
pecially vindicative, scoring
defeating a and scrapping prac-
VA ATU No.game 4 quintet 40-27. To Be at the hands of the vis tically at will. Kilgariff was superb down in the latter part of) the first
itors. all-arbund floor play, and half, however, and from then on
John Booth led the A&Rers to
their win with 15: points Formed At HAS The Knickelbinemen will prob- Johnson's long shots seemed mag- the two squads were fairly evenly
Scoring Record Set ably take off by plane from the netized to the net. matched.Al .
I An Interplant Safety Committee Air Station early next week for Johnson took all scoring hon- Henningsen of the Fliers led
Max Slater of the Naval Hospital composed) of 14 civilian employeesor Norfolk, Va., where they will par- ors with 23 points followed by the !!scoring parade, netting 29
potted 12 two-pointers and naval personnel is being established ticipate in the All-East Coast Tom Kilgariff with 16. Ace Wool- points on 12 baskets and five gratis
; a lone charity: toss) to set a new at NAS, it was announced Naval Championships. Ten teams bright of the Fliers was next with tosses He was followed by
scoring record for the :Mainside In- In Industrial Relations Depart- will go into action at Norfolk I 12 markers, and then came Bill George Everett of Stetson who
tra-Murals. Slater broke the 22- ment Order No. 2-48 issued last Wednesday to decide, the Eastern Dykes of the visitors with 10 taII scored 15 markers before foulingout
point scoring spree set by Art week. finalist in the All-Navy eliminations I lies. early in the second stanza.

"Piggy" Reed of Administrative According to the order, members I Stetson Hatter Row Tom Kilgariff cpntnbuted 12
Annex as the Hospital trounced selected must have had at least The Fliers will be aided in their Keeping right in form, the points to the Flier win.
Yard Department, 5922. the -- -- -- --- ------ --
for shot at
12 months service here and will quest a All-Navy
Operations took over the initial be appointed by the Commanding crown by the eligibility of Jim Range at Yellow Water, and In
position in the junior circuit by. Officer" nomination by the DeGroote, currently trying out for NATTCContinued January, 1918, official word was
beating S. T. U., 3525.: Both quintets I heads of upon departments. The com- the Naval Olympic five at Annapolis. received for the transfer and consolidation -
had been deadlocked for the from 1) of NATTC with
mittee will be composed of eight He will take time out from ( Page NATTC
top spot Buddy Woolls and Jim committeemen from A&R, and two his workouts to journey to Norfolk gun soon: after the start of the Memphis.
Caesar each canned 10 points for each from Public Works, Supply, to play for the Fliers. new year In the middle of 1944, Actually the Naval Air Technical -
the winners Flag Unit won easily and the Miscellaneous departmentswho Last night, the Fliers'! were something newer still was addedto Training Center will not
over the CPO Club, 44-31, as will serve for a period of one scheduled to take on the vaunted NATTC. The Recruit Center, complete its move to Memphis until -
Jim Collins swished the nettingfor I University of Florida five at the which had heretofore been operat- early in April. But since all
16 markers Gus LambprtJ't'arhe"aded year. NATTC Auditorium. The Gatorsplastered ing under the Jurisdiction of NAS, 1 hands remaining will be busy with
$ the Marines to a 20- I Duties and responsibilities of loss was officially transferred to this the job of shipping material to the
an early season on
J41n over VM Wednesday, in members will include assisting the the Fliers at Gainesville, and the command. Just two weeks later, new location, and since fewer and
a defel} & f'.type ball game Thf'l8rthemeck Station Safety Office and super- locals started their win streak the first contingent of enlisted fewer men will be left on board
threw in eight pointsto visory personnel in the proper immediately afterward. WAVES reported aboard. Aviation here, the NATTC section of 'ye
lead his club. training of both new employeesand Radioman and Aviation Operator Jax Air News is being discontinued -
The Avengers of VA ATU No. those! already on the job in rli..r", Top Tae'hers Schools were discontinued in Aug- After a brilliant career as
5>> annexed a well-earned 38-21 vic- safe practices: and principles of op Led by Doc Johnson who scored ust M4, but still another school- one of the top training centers in

tory over NARTU as Mike Brady eration. Advanced Electrician's-was con- I the Navy, this activity is closing
canned 13 points to lead the vic- a. a vened here. i I| its doors. Although the familiar
tors Sharing the spotlight wa! "Do you hold your boyfriend'shand Wounded The Boot Camp was ordered to busy hum will soon be absent from
Jim "Stretch" Childs. the Aveng when you go to the movies?" I move to NATTC Memphis, and by I the many school buildings, thou-
.TtI' wx-foot-four pivot man. Yes.. but that doesn't stop him." (Continued from Page 1) the latter of 1944 the move sands of men who trained at NAT
__ ______ __ _- ___ n purchase a number of albums for I was completed. I I TC Jacksonville. will ever remember *
distribution to servicemen in it in their hearts.,
Baseball Turnout Held Down Jacksonville if Frankie would singa I I took Several place in changes 1945! at NATTC.of command Captain I I .
then there.
song right
I J. P. Lynch was relieved by
Frankie obliged) and the vet, Captain Ford N. Taylor in Octo- Jax*Navy Golfers

By Bad Weather On TuesdayCoaches who refused to reveal his name, ber, 1915, and the present Executive Down Florida U.
down the cash for a flock
plunked Officer, Comdr. Robert) P.
On Local
Frank McCaffrey and Bob Beaudreau of the 1948 Flier of albums Laine autographed each Beebe replaced Comdr. C. M. Jett.

baseball nine were greeted by a fair turnout of over fifty aspirants one "To the Boys." 'I Comdr. Jctt had a very short stay, I The Jax-Navy Golf team cam
Tuesday afternoon at the first meeting of candidates. The numberwas Lt Gene Muriaty, Public Information coming here in January of 1945 to through with a decisive 163-104
probably held down because! of bad weather. Officer for NARTU, ob- assume the post then filled by I win overthe University of FlorIda -
The two coaches will work with the squad until a head coachIs tained the records from Frankieand Comdr W H Cushing. Comdr. Golf squad on the local link
annotated by the Physical Training Department. Both have had he turned them over to the Cushing had been Executive Offi-
last Saturday. Lou Sikes of FlorIda -
plenty of experience in the national I Jax Air News for distribution. Included cer since September 1942.
was low man with a brilliant
assistant coach in the beginning of
pastime. I in the albums are such During Captain Taylor's admin-
72 for 18 holes.
He also is in
Investigator the season. chargeof favorites "Black and
the station as
McCaffrey, popular istration the Naval Air Gunnery The Jax-Navy squad consistedof )
boasts many years in the an extensive intra-mural program Blue," "Blue Turning Gray Over School at Yellow) Water was turned Tony Grego, who shot a 76 Ed
minor leagues as a pitcher, while on the station. You", "West End Blues", "Rap over to this activity and renamed Rapacz with a 78, Chief Joe MacDonald -
Fliers The coaches have been blessed Troubles In Dreams", "On I
Beaudreau played for the Your Naval Air Gunnery Range with a 76, Chief Robertsonwith
a season ago. McCaffrey startedhis with no less than seven returnees The Sunny Side Of The Street", Captain H. V Hopkins assumed a 78, Bill WhisIeV with an 81:!
baseball career In 1934 and from the 1947 Fliers. Johnny and "I Can't Believe That You'reIn command of NATTC on 27 August and Ervin Scott with a 78
finished it in 1943. During his Sheffield, Ace Woolbright and Jim Love With Me." 1946. Eleven months later, he
playing days, he went to the Daley are ready to take the mound So, if you're waiting for the turned over the command to Cap-
mound for such: teams as the again this season Catchers Ken movie to start sonic) night over at tain Jules F Schumacher Captain
S Jacksonville Tars of the Sally Werner and Bill Crane are on tap Mainside and hear Frankie Laine's Hopkins is now Chief of Staff to 3 ,
League, Cornwall of the Canadian- once more, a* are infielders" Ralph voice come floating out over the the Chief of Naval Air Technical
American League, and many more. Christy and Ed Guyton. Beaudreaumay loudspeaker, thank the unknown Training at Memphis.As Copies SaVJ
While playing for the Tars he go out for the outfield in veteran who donated the records. the Navy returned to a
pitched: five games against Naval addition to his coaching duties. And that goes for you fellows who peacetime schedule, plans were "V\e are losing men every ,
Air Station team and never was Anyone wishing to try out for listen to the record players at the I formulated for the deactivation day T* keep up with our Job,
beaten the tram should contact Chief" Hospital Recreation Hall and I of many naval bases. In October, every man mutt do aa boaeot!

... Beaudreau played right field for Beaudreau at Bldg. 726 or by Mainside Lounge or the Service 1947, orders came through for the ala)'. work."
last year' Filer and acted .* phone at ext. 593, men's Center in town. closing of the Naval Air Gunnery

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George Palmer Putnam has wrIt-

ten a good, true adventure tale I _
about the Polar explorer, Cap'n I
Bob Bartlett. Bartlett was one of

the explorers who was with Pearyon I _
his successful expedition to the

\ n AJfJ North Pole. In addition beginningin I _

\ t st -- 1926, he mae" twenty annual
cruises in his schooner, the EffieM. MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
P M Morrissey carrying scientific
x MOV1KS and 2000 wt't'k-f'Ul.l-1-130 and !ott).
: WI't'kdai-l1S0! ;
= expeditions to Greenland and Baf-
: fin Island The descriptions of
"PHANTOM VALLEY, with Charles Starrett.
these expeditions highlight this
story of Bartlett's life. ritlDAY
DANCE Station Band. Starts at 2030.SATURD.t1 .
(( Yu- ,

T'ang is a biography of Su Tungpo -
KIDDIE SHOW at 1330. Feature: "THE BISHOP'S WIFE," wLoietta ,\
one of the great men of the
classical Chinese civilization Ac- Young.
knowledged as the foremost scholar -
"THE BISHOP'S WIFE with Loretta
of his day ((1036-1101), Su MONDAY
Tungpo was also poet historian,
"WRECK OF THE HESPERUS" vVillard Parker.
essayist, judge, artist, economist, feating
and engineer, and as an officialhe -"....
"DOUBLE LIFE Ronald Coleman.
was outstanding in his contri- THURSDAY .
butions to public health, sanita-
"CHECK YOUR GUNS with Eddie Dean.
tion, and famine relief. This is a ,
"Gee, things must I be getting rough on the outside. All the
I I most enjoyable book by one gifted
women seem to wearing their grandmother dresses' Chinese writer about another Chi- JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUMShows
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nese writer whose greatness has
start at 2000
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been recognized for almost a thou- THURSDAY AND FICIDAY
I ISrxriyF
I sand years. "TYCOON", with John Wayne
__ Hospital Charles O'Connell has writtenan SATURDAY

:I ----l entertaining book about the "CHECK YOUR GUNS," featuring Eddie Dean.
yd:1:1H great and near-great of the worldof SUNDAY

\ Chatter music. THE OTHER SIDE OF "HALF PAST MIDNIGHT" starring Kent Taylor
I THE RECORD is a collection of MONDXY \Sf TUI'SU.\:

Will tell the truth, whole biographical sketches of some of "THE BISHOP'S WIFE," with Loretta Young
)' Jean O'lltyant, Y'Jc you the contemporary musicians he 11'LUNENi.AI'"
but the truth, or'
truth nothing
has come to know through his con- "WRECK OF THE HESPERUS." feating Willard Parker.THURSDAY ,
What with Valentine's Day, Leap take the consequences'? Come on
with them director of recordings -
tact as
Year and all the latest marriages, Recreation
down to Red Cross
Mrs Cupid's lil' boy, Daniel, u |i i i Hall tonight. 1930 and we'll find Another for Columbia entertaining and Victor.bookis "DOUBLE LIFE," starring Ronald Coleman

about the busiest guy we know of Dont miss this 'cause we very
We lost two Miller gals in !I|I know you will have fun at Ruth McKcnney Here, the authorof OTHER EVENTS
two weeks. Lois Miller is now Mrs. 'the expense of yourself and otnisi I "My Sister Eileen" tells stories BINGO 1'\H'fY-Every Thursday at 2000 at The Anchorage.

J. Romanczyk, and a happy civil- i I 1 of her grandfather Patrick Thomas MODEL AIKl'LANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. VI3, open 1200-2100.\

ian to boot. Hazel Miller became I During the past two weeks all Flanningan, a rampant Irishman I Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays.
Mrs Bob Shanley, and Theressa patients have been aware of the i and Democrat who kept his MODEL HACK CAR CI.un-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
Miller-she isn't talking, mainly I r
big "Heart Throb" contest conducted family in an uproar but who also Fridays.
'cause she just had her tonsils re I at the Hospital. The winners kept them devoted to him." PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB-Room 5, BId!;, 913. Meets at 1930
moved. Wonder if we might starton
from each ward were as follows i I For the mystery fans there is Thursdays.
the Jones girls now! I BOWLING-Six alleys located In Mainside Recreation Building
Duckett, A-3; Smith, (U.L., DEPARTURE DELAYED by Will
Jackie Nail is our newest MAA A-6; Henline, DO, A-7; Giam- I Oursler This is an Inner Sanctum No 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 :o 2130.
but hardly even seems an addition I BOXLNG For Information regarding workouts, contact Lieut
I brone, P., A-8; West John. B-2; story of a man accused of murder -
\:ause she was always standin' by : Elbert, W R., B-4; Ftckett H K.'. who is not himself sure of his i Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mainside Mat after
around the desk anyway. Glad to B-7 ': innocence THE DAY HE DIED ,1500.
B-5; Futch, T. M., ; Dye ;
have another "Ma," though. Helen MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center located in
C-2 Black, D-l. by Lewis Padgett is a good suspense I
Hudspeth, ;
Pachter is quite perturbed because yarn with a lady author in the South wing of Building No. 953, is open to NAS personnel and
she thought she had the "walking I The winners from each ward the middle of I.TIOI and strange their guests from 1000 to 2200 dally Available for wedding recep-
man" all figured out who were entered in the finals last happening tions by arrangement; with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho-
knows, even she might be "it" Monday night down-in the R.'creation -.. nograph available for use of all hands.
after all, we hear she is contem- I Hall All patients voted and LIBRARY-Located on second deck: of Mainside Recreation Building -
plating going to the movies on all : the winner of all wards was D. O No 3. Open from 0900 to 2000 Monday through Friday Saturday

fours Schenley gets in for Henline, Ward A-7. Well Hen- from 0900 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2000.
free that way! Have you heard line, your girl is really a he.i ity; SWJUUNGIndoor Pool. Daily Monday through Friday 1SOU

about Betty's Boot Shoppe Just hope you don't let any uUn-i r to 2100. Saturday--0900 to 2100; Sunday-1300 to 2100.
room 236. You can get most any fellow beat your time. GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-

kind of shoes there and Lorrie t -- day from 09001700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing

Albert and Kay Bothell are start- Lawrence LeBlanc, we wish you SALTY HUMOR FROM trunks prohibited on Golf Course.
ing their own Coffee Shop. Peggy luck, happiness, and success in l'II01tA.H-Ope"1 daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Crane, one of our prize brown your return to civilian life Start. HERE AND THERE "tils and uniform of the day t I. 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason

baggers, is tied up in the hospital I patients ,and Red Cross will truly Fn-ld Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.

without her appendix as of I miss you. You made a place for I; Gypsy: Rose dressed very thin 'l'BNNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training -

yourself here at the Hospital that Gypsy Rose sat on a pin, Building No. 726.
now.The "new look" isn't new here -- will be hard to fill Thanks Le Gypsy Rose NUKSEUY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg. 1101.

No one wears her clothes any I Blanc for everything that you ---- -- -- ---- Hours: Monday through riday-OOO to 2100; Saturday-0700 to
"longer" than we gals in blue did to help while you were here. A Texan entered a saloon with 0100 Sunday morning. Rates: Hourly-25 cents for one child; 10 cent
have! And short hair has always 'I his wife and small boy. He ordered for each additional child; Card-$8 for one child; $10 for two children;
been THE thing with us. Patient "f the "' 'l'e: really two drinks. "Hey, pa!" and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers-

Those strange sounds you've been have an "old timer" as our patientof queried the youngster "Ain't ma from 0700 to 1800.
hearing around aren't always the the week. He is none other than drinkin ?"
radiators. Some of the gals ere Oscar E. Walker, F2c, from Ward ----- ------
preparing for the Variety Show! A-6. First mosquito: Oh. oh, here s.I.1'IOS"RIY" SERVICEMEN'S CENTER: 602 West Adams -

Have you noticed how several 1 of Walker was sent to this Hospitalon comes a new chief I above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station.

our happy little group have "broken January 8, 1947 with a badly 'I' Second mosquito: Good, let's I Free use of recreation room, writing room, music roo i, check
out with bangs" Must have broken arm. He enlisted in the stick him for drinks! I room, and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack
and --- ----- bar. from 12 noon to 12 midnight."I ..
been eating buck-shot. Foley Navy on 18 May 1946. Since that I' Open __
Betty Muller are to "Beware the time, most of his duty assignmentshave "I hear the Executive "Officeris --- -

Ides of March" yep, it's in been in the States, exceptfor I trying to stop necking. asked her if I could see :' Officers' Wives To
their stars. Which brings to mind three months aboard the Ham- "Is that so? First thing you, I home" I'

Easter Is just around the corner bleton ( DM.S. 20) in Cuba. know he'll be trying" to make the' "And what did she say?" Meet On WednesdayThe

have you bought your new Walker is strictly a good Southern sailors stop too. \ "She said she would send me a
bonnet ? ----- Officers' Wives Club will
of it.
Alabama rebel from Pletcher, picture
t- He: "Would it be proper for hold its regular monthly lunch-
Ala., where he intends to return me to kiss your hand?" con meeting at the "0" Club on "... '
"Did hear about the gal ;
to new girl
you when he is surveyed. He hopesto She: "It would be decidedly out Telephone operator .,
3 March at 1300.
south of the border go back to farming as a chief of she is breaking in: "No, honey, Wednesday,
"Nope." I occupation place. you say Just a Minute, Please. Special piano entertainmentwill

"She finally came pcross" Last June Walker married his Golf Pro: "My advice is to go. Not,. Hang on to your pants, Mis- be provided by Lt. Bob"Woody"

I girl friend from his home town. through the motions of driving, ter.1._----. __ __ ___ Marine Squadron Woodbury 141,of who NARTU is an
A sailor was eating chow at Practically everybody in the without hitting a ball.'
the mess hall when a friend Joined Hospital knows and likes Walker Golfer: "That's exactly my Passenger (Ion a train) : "Porter, entertainer at a local night spot.

him. I He is friendly, easy going, and trouble." will you get me another glass of Reservations must be made
to 2200 at the "O"
prior Tuesday,
co-operative. For his favorite ice water?
"Hullo, Bill, he said "whattaya
pot: there, tea or coffee?" I sports he enjoys swimming and Repartee: Clever replies a man I Porter: "Sorry, suh, but if I Club desk. ext. 8154, it was announced -

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Heads of the Assembly mid

k k. y Repair, Public Works, and Sup-
: ply Departments the Superintendent -

d o of Aviation Training
and the Civilian Personnel Of-
ficer were commended this
week by Captain H S. Durlc-
worth Commanding Officer of
NAS for the decrease in losi- ,
time injury rates during the .. '
month of January. 'I .

The memorandum pointed out
that in comparison with the

.....;: ...... ... same period last year, there ,
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-. "" 0.14 and a decrease of 9.31 in I
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