Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( 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. 47 I 4 March 1948

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


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.i e a v Fund CampaignFor I

a 3s Red Cross

k Launched Mon.


f Departments NameRepresentatives


Y, Handle Their Drives

.. The 19-18 Red Cross Fund

;re \ Campaign began in earnest
a this week following a "kick-
iu off" meeting last Friday of

Y' .-,......-......." I departmental representativesin
Ilotltt I., Davidson, At'MM: : Lt. William C. l\on the Conference
Air :Medal and Gold Star- In ? J t Permanent Citation for (loid' Room oft
I bleu of second and Third \lrMrdaU r 4 Star in Lieu of second .AirMedial heM a i n Administration
; Building

-- ... M ---- -r---. ... 4 Those present at the session
were exhorted by Chaplain Robert
f e.
L Murphy, campaign chairman '
fI r to do a thorough and complete Jobin

I j respective soliciting departments: the personnel Campaign in their

t I._ _'i:' {_w. ;;..; '.''fi1aliIn-! -- """' ''-Lj'M' 'A supplies. lapel including buttons membershipcards window

I EH llT UFl'Il'ItS AM) !MEN rel'p1v 'd award... .from ( aptain stickers, posters, and Red Cross
Herbert 1 "=< I "i' kvv nth last Thursday in th < mi' n' R ''om of literature, were distributed bv
the ).A.ittllil''r'atICln\ .. Building it"i" the ( 'onin, ,anrtinu ( ILtl.'rcpngr.'ttllldt" Allen G Scarbrough, Red Cross
: 1.1 ( .,mil Al1th"'l\i ) Pihm' ') fh si, tl 'Train nog and Field Director at NAS, and his assistant -
VN'ell 11 Otis.'t wti,> r'd, ] at'lt.\ i r Ot \ mini" ndati"n a Charles V. Gross

M N It was predicted that last years
total of more than $4.000 could b.*
topped this year If everyone cooperated -
wholeheartedly in the
drive There is no substitute for
personal solicitation by departmental -
chairmen," it was declared
-" I Scarbrough asked all representatives -
1 attending the session tt)
r turn in their contributions, along
l,on..rt K, I.auliM'In r, \:MM3cmlil : I.t Paul 1. King (Continued on Page ::1))
I l. Stir in Lil'li i nt Third Vu Letter of ('oniniendatInnEXAMINATION .
Medalallac. ,
--- -- -
.f NJ FOR Judges To Pick

FIRST CLASS TO BE Winners In Photo


Ex inunutions t tor i ads all' ementt I Th' Hobby Shops Station-Wuli.
\J p 'tiv t officer, lir't ( lass, based, Photo Contest closed this week
with more than 70 photos entered
'i In so tai as piactiiible, on the -
It ( nimlr Jamey It. Cain Henry llflmnth Reed XCKM new post-war rates, will bi given in the four divisions, it wad
( old :star in lieu" of St'(' >u.l dold Star In I.leu\ of seventh lor the first time on the station announced yesterday! at contestheadquarteis
nn and \lr :\It'lal> Mr :Medal on 1 June it was announced by I ,
.t I ---- ----- the Station Education; Office this I While many of the entries cam
Fighting Inflation week Personnel who will have I from the same photography enthusiasts -
I completed all time requirementsby it was, nevertheless, a
I 16 November 1918 will be eligible I gratifying response to the first
Navy To Aid "Security LoanDrive" to take these examinations contest of this kind ever held at
Recommendations for NAS personnel I NAS, officials stated. Judging will
I to take the tests must be in .I begin at 1300 today, and the win-
Which Opens 15 AprilFollowing the Education Office no later than ners will be announced in next
17 March, it was stated. I week issue of the AIR NEWS.
i Personnel who have already Winners in the portrait, scenic,
\\ ; Ray: \\illiains, i\\nI': : closely on the heels of the Treasury Depart- passed the examination for advancement I action, and miscellaneous groups

I Presidential I nit Citation II ment's* recent Savings Bond drive, a nation-wide campaign, to this grade, but who ; will receive $10 apiece in equipment .
-- I to be known as "The ScC'uritLoan Drive" has been an- are still on a list awaiting a vacan- I and runners-up will b*
nounced by President Truman to start 15 April This cam- cy, must take the test again in order awarded $5 in equipment. A grand
Schedule to maintain their standing on prize of $25 is being given by VVeU
New Pay paign, it was announced, will be carried "from door-to-door, the active waiting list for advancement tare for the standout entry HI
office-to-office, and bench-to-bench as part of the program when vacancies occur I, the competition.
Goes Into Effect .
10 combat lnflatlon.Since .
Navy long
At NAS Tomorrow .
I leader in the Savings Bond Program i t
A new pay schedule for enlisted an intensive campaign will f

hip's Company and be waged by all ships and shore 1 aY
I stations during the period from
squadron personnel below the
15 April to 30 June Every officer,
rate of Chief Petty Officer I
enlisted man, and civilian em
.was announced this week bv plo>ee of the Navy and Marine :

Lt. Com r. II. J. Kliese, Disbursing I Corps not now participating in one y

Officer. The schedulewill of the regular bond purchase plans

get its first trial tomor- .vill be personally interviewed and t<,

IOW ,iven an opportunity to enroll .
wring ths period, it was stated
According to the memorandum, r I
the Commissary Store, ATU No. Today approximately 50 percent #
4. ATU No :5 and ATU No. 9 will naval of the establishment civilian personnel and V otIhe '; BR e1 ,t dA
bt paid! in Hangar 114 between
0815 and 0000 N\RTU NAATC, per cent of the military personnelare -
bonds Re p
and Sl \'l..nlh Naval District per- buying
suits obtained in activities which
sonnel will draw their pay at Bldg
901 from 0905 to OD15! completed independent canvassesrecently
indicate that at least 7;,
Then, starting at 0920, Ordnance will enrollif '
cent of
and Gunnery, cooks and WAVESwill per the programs are properly presented : q5 ;:
be paid at pay line No. 1 at to them. it was reveah t ,,
the Main Mess Hall while MAA'sallli ---- - -
mess cooks are being paid on VF-1, VF-2, VM, NATS T-7, and tv e
line No 2. Twelve other divisionswill Bldg 118
receive their pay at the Main At 1115. ATU No, 10 and NAMT
Mess Hall immediately afterwards will be paid at Hangar 140, fin- 6 R.. ,,A 7'I wA ,? ,p'V,
beginning at 0930 Included are ishing the payday
Supply, Yard Dept., M-l, D-l PO- The memorandum pointed out
_1. PT-1, X-1, X-2, R-l, V-1, X-3 that if a man's location makes it
and X-4 more convenient to be paid at a
.. .. ,...... .. .. ._ ,_. .
.' 4. <
At 1010 personnel from Assem- station other than the one he was _". .l.J" w.ir't jai atv a-I;#' a.a a' aa .w R"
bly and Repair, Inspection, ana assigned, he may report to that :si UUESJ.ASH I'H\'Tl\I.LY without wal'\lI\K. Spring came to NAS last week. Where
Boat Facility will be paid in Han- station to draw his pay. I little more than a month ago there had been icicle-clad trees now stand banks of flower-draped bushes -
gar 122 Hangar 117 also will be All personnel will line up In pay I The above photo of azaleas in full bloom was taken on the grounds of the "0" Club last Friday.
used as a pay station between number order at the various pay I Within the coming weeks, more and more azaleas will be blooming around the station and color photography
1040 and 1110 for personnel from i lines. l enthusiasts will have a field day making: beautifully colored transparencies. 4I


Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 4 March 1948

J" 1ff\U} S Red Red Cross Cross Time!" Drive"It's II Commercial Bulletin I.I I..

Editorial Office That's the slogan under which the Amer- I Bulletins Mill be accepted until Two maternity dresses and style she! 14 U 1E.
good quality one hluo
South Wing, Lovier Deck, Uldjf. 930 ican Red Cross this year is seeking sufficient *nu-e )cam Wen filled, but not later with white figures, other black S1&,
than 1000) ) Tuesday. };1t. 8230.: R..1. Brown, 1273 Cumberland RnndU
Telephone Extension 8184 funds to carry on its work for an- 1036 Oldsmobile two-door sedan 33MI

Arthur M. Greene Editor other 12-month period. It ties in with President FOR SALK 01 best offer, H. K. Bell, Galley 4L.

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the Truman's words : "Many times a :year 1944 good Jeep tires Good heater mechanical. enclosed condition with, 10'1\ext f'-l'OlIm' 8118.bungalow Attached garage: .

U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida and the people turn to the Red Cross. Once a side curulns $575. R. H. Maguire. large screened porch, two.. gas floor
refrigerator .8nllnet
furnaces :
Test, at 1162 Cumberland -
with funds Flight or ee
printed commercially non-appropriated year the Red Cross turns to the people." Road exhaust fan. Convenient to NAS
at no expense to the government and in compliance and downtown Rlveidale Garden.
with SecNav:: Circular Letter i:>>-1918 dated 12 December To maintain its nationwide program of 1939 Chevrolet Motor two-door Just Master evethaula.4good Deluxe Phone 2-037 M ext. 8151: Stank.
a. Matched set of golf clubs, number
1015. Copies are distributed free of chargeat I service, the Red Cross each year calls upon '<< tlits. $600 Mary S"ay tout. CK. to eight lions three Jimmy Demnret on*

the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical the American people to decide whether it :. Davis Trailer Camp 01 scoutSip woods, leather b.ig $35 for all. Phone
and Bile Restaurant. Yukon Ha1SMO
Training Center the Headquarters of the Naval 2-0379 or ext 8151. Starck
Air Advanced Training Command, Headquarters of has been a "good and faithful servant" and, Neptune six h'p. outboard motor 19-10 DeSoto convertible $975. Radio
Starr, ext. &* be financed
silo Uvod condition > and heater Can Met
the Seventh Naval District Naval Auxiliary Air if so judged, to continue their support. Cnr.top to.rt.! J-lfO. Complete with six Davis, Gronnd Training Bldg. or

Station Cecil l and the U. S. Naval Hospital aluminum weight ISO Ibs. Lt. tie Baby stroller, blue and white, good!:
Cross will push its appeal for help from Jack Nelman VA No. :5, Ground condition. L. D. logic 1436B Child

the public so that it sustain its far- School. St. HAS,
Rear Admiral Ralph Davlson may 19.17 Pontiac four-door I't'daJ$26.:5.: .
Commandant Seventh Naval District L dlu' one-karat diamond ring two less than 10.WO
flung activities-activities which bring five Will Engine has milesslrxe
Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training baguettes, platinum setting complete overhaul, upholsteryand
to tenfold return in human welfare for every Kacilflre lor WW! Write to M. Ro 'seat covers In good condition
Jacksonville -
Captain Herbert S. Duckworth. L'SN. Commanding dollar spent. mt'ro.o. Fla1JM2 General Delivery transmission needs 1 rt.'RI r tlies.
Jacksonville Natal Air Station turns K L Chlldcrs. FlightTeat
Created by the people and composed of Buick sedan, Good shape, foui. Hangar 122. ext 63J.
months since oteihaul. new tires ,
Five-room bungalow r ,
Captain Jules Air F. Technical Schumacher Training, USN. CommandingNaval Center the people, the Red Cross serves all the body like new. $1.300. See Chief garage, fireplace, rUsrllf'h""d: nn.
Hrlfka ATU No; 10. Engineering furnished. Phone 8-0503 Good friend
people. Not a single day passes without its Night Check.
Captain C. M. Scharr help $'95. Flve-room
i reaching someone in every community 1939 Buick Special
U. S. Naval hospital bungalow In Riverside, $6.45O. 282S Four-room apartment Convenient *.
in the nation. The unfortunate, the ill, and Sydney St.. phone 8-2S78.! Owens. NAS Phone 7-85JO:! Mis WilliamsThreeroom .

l1n F. W.Air Prlestman.ReM ne Training USNR. CommandingNaval Unit those in need know its ministering touch. Six-room house with.t:: feIp Murray 29606 bath. Phone furnished Orange apartment Park 311 with*.!.
Hill section
Servicemen at NAS and elsewhere, as wellas J. B. Lyle l Icis.i .
C. Moor Jr.. USMC Commai dl g Small modern homes on Doctor's Ljike.
L.t. Col. T.
Marine Barracks veterans and the" dependents of both, have Double bed with springs and mattress. Good fishing Ideal for children Seven
had dresser, and large mirror $JO. Also miles from NAS. route 17 to Onan
ample opportunity to see it in action. tools. garden
garden tie Park, right at light: to Bland.ing -
Lt I. C rl"l r'hlnger. O Ctcll-In-C Field I They all know that in time of trouble they hoM' and two washetuba$1of. T. R Rd.. follow detour sign t*
Air Station
Naval Auxiliary Burrs, AAR. Overhaul Central 01' Lakeside Villa Contact Ruth Dill.
can turn to the Red Cross. see at 12358 Hancock St.. NAS. Six-room bungalow In (;rPf'n. Cove
Capt. Alexander M. Hearn USMC Presto pressure cooker, kitchen scales Springs completely fut nlshed. Reasonable
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe "It's Red Cross Time"-but not only now Cine candid camera, pair of silver rent Phone Green Cove
when the Red fox.furs five grates for fireplace M, Springs 4301: ( Gustafsun.
lal Association Cross asks
Edltoi It'sRed
JAX AIR NEWS recehes Ship I :your support. V Halphen. 3725A Riley St, Dewey
m.aterlal Republication of credited matter pl"lhiblted Cross Furnished apartments and housekeeping
25. D C. Rt- : time when disaster strikeswhen Park. Downtown. Linens,
D\1s.>lon of SEA. Washington I rooms
Rollaway bed with mattress sleepsone
publication of an) other matter except by service Editor pllblt-, I, fire, flood, hurricane, or tornado wreaks very comfortable/ $18; strong dishes. utensils. hot water reasonable -
rations l I. prohibited without permission of white enamel kitchen chair $1.5O, rates near NAS bus line Phone
JAX IK NEWS i, havoc on the people of a helpless community.The i record album cabinet with two diaw- 4Lind.. 754 West Adams Street

r ; Red Cross is there, sheltering the home ers. $4. Mrs Grace Sthulz, Air Base Two-room. On furnished NAS and apartment cltv bus In lines Riverside. ,

less, feeding the hungry, providing nursingcare I Trailer with anchor Court painted opposite on NAS.door. house near stores. prefer business couple.

for the injured. Lawn mower, 21-1 m-h blade, $73.: EXf'I.lent Phone 7-5-IHO. Mrs, Klrkpatrlck.
r condition. alpule, ext bfetf! or Four-room furnished bungalow. One
The past I 8165. block front NAS and city bus Mr***.
year a particularly busy one .
r Studio couch two living room chairs, $100 per month. Phone 2-2219 Mrs.
for the Red Cross. Although the war ;years two end tables with coffee table to i Hollaway 4149 Irving Ave
match floor lamp, few odds and Two-room furnished cottage with bath.
domestic I
.elf are over, disaster relief made almost end Kmnli1, 4534: Blackburn Rond Electric: kitchen two miles from
unprecedented demands upon the fa- Kroll rmhv t'\lIIUMt'i with springs $9. I. NAS. $50 per month. Phone Orange
baby jumper swing with stand, $3; I Park :2011.!
cilities of the Red Cross. While the Texas cabinet baseSI; factory built row Will share home. will accept one child.

City catastrophe was the most widely publicized Mrs.boat Davidson with oars SM). Phone 8-1260 I Phone 3-1526-W. Mrs. George.:

hundreds of less dramatic emergencies Console radio honograPh combination Four-room apartment with garage. tile
bath and shower Ant floor. River.
taxed the services of the Red Cross and I I I Alleghany. Schwelghofer Road NAS., ext. 588, 1105 side section Rent $50 per month I",
sale of furniture. Mrs. ColliN,
., phone
drained its finances. The money must be Two-bedroom apartment two-oar ga 26132
rage. Work shop space, on two highlots '
replaced for another year of service to humanity .1 will; consider trailer. as part Two-room apartment with" private
rajrnent. Phone 8-1910 or ext. H3I bath. Mrs. Rogers 1018 Barn St.,
1 and we're the ones who have to Toppcn.Motorbike. call after KXO.

----- give it-you, ;you you and I-the people I In excellent condition. Make Four-room apartment. Phone 4-334R,
offer, }'l' ne 8-1910 or ext. 8151. TupComplete Mrs Herring,
the undersea speed
:-. i1I1.11Ll\1\: : ( ii n 'eases the Red Cross serves I Ii

cr various :Nasuhn,at me* such as "I'SS Odax, I maple bedroom set complete Will 81183.shame. Mrs home. MOl with ton. couple. Phone
above. Four FI't-typt; subs have undergom ex- i I maple living room set kitchen
reduction in eT r w avNews net electric fan and heater miscellaneous Three-room itiMrtment. Phone 2-0.140,
tt nsive changes In design as A extras. Mlnton. ext.' 794 1472 Mrs. Zink.Fiveroom .
superstructure and removal of deck guns. Also Cumberland Road. furnished duplex.: Phone

included in the alteration program is' installationof Fibre rug. tea-cart end lamp three 26351. Mrs Grace Baker.WAITED .
lawn chairs, all reasonable,
the famed "Schnorkel Tube, a highly developed -
Sahl 1223A Hancock St.. NAS.
breathing apparatus. Baby car bed and pad. $3. excellent To buy or rent. Three-bedroom houseIn
condition Lt. Davis 11 JO Cumberland Lake !Shore. Riverside, or Bren"
t 1CU.s f rorRSkItx \ Road. wood. Furnished or unfurnished.

Subs Speed Up Furniturefor two bedroom, living Must be reasonable. Phone 5-682J-W.
room and kitchen. Includes three- C'aS<'Ont', after ITliO.
Ride from Barn and Park to NAS.
'' piece overstuffed suite 9x12 Axmln-
Units of Uncle Sam's submarine fleet ter rug floor lamp coffee table, end Working hours OSOO ot 16.10. Ada
i tables five hanging pictures, radio- BoatrlKht. ext. 684.
are the latest to adopt the "new look. Ciaftof inogiaph. combination four-piece Spare-time work by you nit woman.
having''' SEEING LIFE master bedroom set with night stand Phone 5-WT6; Miss Bowen
undersea arm are ..
the Navy's
I A lamp. 1\dn bedroom set with writing Ride from vicinity of North Shore t* .
results of recent Navy research and German Gene Stratton Porter whose stories have desk;. two end tables flourescent NAS. Wot king hours 0745 to 163U.

sub development during the war incorpo- brought joy to man.was. a guest with an- dlneltp lump' reading set \\:|Ith lamp drop hanging leaf table minor and Two-bedroom Mrs Klckllghter.home ext.for 8233.Navy couple

rated into them to increase their speed while other novelist at a dinner party. Brief addresses four chairs new curtains for all with, Infant. furnished or unfurnished -
room. Will I sacrifice. I for $250, leav Prefer Lake Shore. or any area
submerged.The I followed the banquet. ing March 8 J. R Belknap. 3722B: convenient to NAS DICarlo. *xt. 534.
alteration work, labelled the "Guppy" "Look at life," said the other novelist, 1937 Riley Lincoln SI. Dewey Zephyr Paik.four-door sedan Riders King via from Roosevelt vicinity to of NAS.Park Working and

program, involves streamlining hulls by reducing poking fun at sentimentalists and stupid $250 Listen ext 601, after 1630. 425.hours 0t000 1630. Mrs. Halley, eat
Folding ,
baby can age/ $4 Old but
the size of the superstructure and moralists. "See it as it is. Do not wear sturdy. See N J. !Moore, 1131B Alle- Used light weight' two or four-door se

removing topside apparatus such as deck blinkers. It is ugly, do not be squeamish ; 8mm Ehehy movie Rd.. camera NAS, after Unlvex 1630,C-8 with 621 dan Robertson Will pay around $400 cash Eat

to lessen underwater resistance. say so." f.I..5 len. four reel of new film $:10. Three riders to Calif Leaving 2 April
guns E. L. Feeley Safety Shop. ATU and returning about a month later.
Another step in the conversion project "I always love banquets like this," said :No. 10 or 1103! Cumberland Rd., 304.Contact G. C. Stevens AR. Shop

will be installation of an: improved and advanced Gene Porter when her turn came to speak."I Outboard phone 8-2283 motor: Johnson twin cylinder Three people to share expense fe

model of the famed "schnorkel tube" love the beautiful flowers, the exquisite ext., 4 532 2 h.p., model A-80, $50.. Carson, at Kort OROO.Lauderdale Brown ext.. Leaving 8124. t Mank

a highly-developed breathing structure china, the delightful dresses. But I know Horn wardrobe trunk, new, $73: combination WILL TRADE

used by the Germans during the war. for 11-iecoid phonograph, 517, 43 Colt automatic In good condition
every banquet there must be a garbage vacuum cleaner, $10. Simpson, Empire for portable Upewiltet or outboard

Four \\'orld'ar II submarines already pail, and I know, too, that it is nasty and Park State Trailer Camp Orange motor. Chief Stuait't, ext. 8178.

have undergone the changeover, and are on smelly ; but is that any good reason for 1916! Buick Ro dmater two-door. Complete FOUND

trial cruises in the Atlantic and Pacific. The insisting that with spotlight, lifeguard tubes, Three car keys foi Plymouth. 1 the be in
garbage pail brought radio. heater, defroster tear windshield Penn license number 21AP7. ClAimat
submarines USS. Odax, USS. Pomodon, USS. and made the centerpiece of the table ?" wiper. 25.000 miles original OOD OfUce NAS.MISCELLANEOUS.

Amberjack and USS. Corporal have had their"faceliftings" There it is owner Ext 345.:$2.125.Turlington Also baby tender, $15.
put plainly enough for a blind Car painting and motor' repair S-*
in the Fleet. Two-bedroom house on two-acre lot,
and are now man up a tree to see. It is the difference be- furnished. Will sell my equity. Immediate Station.Ed Chapman Ship Service CM

The alteration program m being carriedon tween the art of other days and the art Go to Wesconnett possession, Rd.three, two years blocks old. Movingans going: to Memphis. Special .
at private and Naval shipyards at Portsmouth rates to servicemen\ Contact
of todawhich has a keen nose for the up 103rd St. turn left and go oneand James 'vat tera. Weathers
N. II., Mare Island, Calif., Philadelphia nasty. a half blocks. For Sale sign In Transfer phone ,'\..2195.I Brother
front of house E. C. French Jr..
Pa. Boston :Mass and Groton Conn. .
No.5 Hangar 114
of No doubt the art of our day, which insistson Collie puppy, thiee months old. AKC RtntAIUSO TO REVIEW
The is the first in series
program a stepsin bringing the garbage pail into the ban- registered/: $30, but will wrangle ROOK KKPORE" WIVES CLUB
the Navy's efforts to design and build Ext. 8144, Kohter.
quet room, is a reaction from the art which 1937 Terraplane four-door sedan rood Lecomte du Nouy'a "Hurrum
the true submarine. From operation of the shape $335.: 1947 Buick new light: Destiny" is the book to W reviewed
glossed over ugly of actual life.
aspects blue Baby pla>- pen Fiecland. 1JUB
altered "guinea pigs the Navy will glean at the meeting of the Officers'

One extreme usually leads to another but Randolph St., NAS. after 1600.
valuable information which they will use to Mediterranean bungalow: pre-war stucCo Wives Club Book Division at
one lays down the average modern novelif over concrete block. screened the small Chapel next Thursday.

perfect USS. Trout USS. VVahoo, USS. Tang he can read it at all-with an ill taste in and porch refrigerator attached garage Lt .Rnddath electric stove ext The review will be made by Ute'
and USS. Trigger construction of which
his mind as well as his mouth-unhappy. 8156, 4653 Tlmuquana Road, Rev. Frank P. Dearing of Jack
was recently authorized by Congress. The loll! model, 24 ft Schult trailer.I Tan. sonville.All .

submarines are being built under the 1917 One reads story after story, or tries to, dem wheels, electric, lefrlKerator. extras I members are being: urged to
Dale E. !kh\\ ill lt.; lot 24, Yukon '
and 19-18 programs.ENLISTMENTS without finding a man or woman one would Trailer Park ext. 8118. I' attend bv Mrs R. M Askm who
Three-piece Ih'lnlroom suite, table- will act as hostess
care to know, much less have as a friend.
radio occasional table, three
JUMP IN JANUARY They are a shabby lot of foul-minded rot- shag tugs, night table and lump I
four-piece bedroom suite five-pier* I
(SEA) Enlistments and reenlistmentsfor ters.To dinette suite odd pots and pans "kitchen

the Navy took a decided gain for the be blind to ugliness is stupid ; to be good: curtains condition Used Also only new one washlnr.machine year.

month of January. Exceeding the quota of I blind to beauty is tragic. By all means let B Collins. ,used 3432B only Taylor live months St Dowry R At the Road atlttn and haprU Moulin. Avenue Rlrminchm -

15,000 was a total of 19,83-1. us face facts, but to bring in a pot of manure Park. ? rrntmtantAii

and forget the is life Pre-war Thlko cabinet radio tow 0910 :\ mr'< fie '>Chaplain A.
Even though this is a definite gain, the roses seeing out of wave bands, excellent condition Lt (', Ilojirl .

total for the fiscal year is still below the focus. !Shaham.! 1362 Cumberland Road. Living room suite, bedroom suite, bed Chaplain F. L. Albeit.
quota.Of Alas, it is so easy to mistake realism for and cheat of drawers: kitchen set Catbelie

the total, 13,046 were new enlistmentsand reality, as so many do, forgetting that life 91 with? Dewey dishes.Park.Hale. 38MA Norman C900 0700Mass1100Mass MOM

6,788 were reenlistments. The new enlistment is not all good, not all bad, but a mixture. Moving washing machine. six months
old. $1CO. Ballou, 51CQ: An outdoor
Tlmuquann Nursery for small children -
total was nearly double that of any Real art painta the whole picture of- truth. Road. Is maintained between 09U)
Isis' Zenith radio. W. F "'.. **- and 1200.I : .
vious month in the fiscal _
i : year. Chaplain A. C. Boyer. tar: FlhnT' 1'i! J'\.n.

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1 4 March 1948 JAX AIR NEWS ruse LiulAkl

1 I Industrial Survey ANNOUNCE U L E S

Made Here Last Week ON SUBMISSION OF

I By Navy DepartmentThe

Industrial SurVey Divisionof : ALLOTMENT FORMS
the Navy Department concluded -
an inspection of Assembly and I Recent changes in the submit
Repair, Public Works, Supply, and sion of allotments to the Navy allotment
h '4 M a n / I K'' Industrial Relations last week. i office in Cleveland. Ohio,
The Inspection U an annual affairto were announced by the Disbursing
determine whether certain in- Office early this week It was
dustrial activities within a department I pointed out that forms to start
could be consolidated to allotments must reach the field
avoid duplication of effort I Branch Division in Cleveland on
:i q +xM Established in June, 1944 by the twentieth day of the month
former SecNav James Forrestalto prior to the month of the first
keep the Secretary of the Navy payment.
informed as to operating efficiency I However allotments for the payment
1 4 of industrial activities at naval,I of National Service Life In.
shore establishments, Including the S surance may be made retroactivelyand
t utilization of personnel engaged in allotments to cover paymentof
''' >:<1. JI. industrial work, the Industrial MAQ may also be made retro
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:- t Survey Division is headed by Rear I' active.
Admiral Joseph< W. Fowler Forms to stop allotments must
In the party surveying NAS I reach the Field Branch by the
Jacksonville' were Captains John twentieth day of the month **t
t F. Wegforth, Oscar L. Carlson, the last payment
f John C. Goodnough, Eugene T. The Disbursing memo also
I Aldridge, and James M. Roberts, stated that all allotments exceptin
Comdr. John W S .gar, Lt. Roy repayment of a loan or rent,
E. Gustafson. George Gerr and M : will registered for an indefinite
I C. Schwartz of the Management period and must remain in force
Engineers' Office, Navy Depart- i for at least three months. Earlier
I ment; M. T. AlUman, Office Methods stoppage may be requested to protect -
Branch Navy Department; the interests of the Government
Doughboys and Bernard L Michel, 7th N.D. the Disbursing Officer or
representative of the Office Meth- the grantor only under unusual
TilE THOUSANDS of pounds ods Branch. I circumstances.
of bread that hungry personnelat I
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t NAS. NATTC, the Naval 1" ., :
Hospital, and Green Cove .
Springs devour each day are now
baked at the Mainside Galley. i
The bake shop was located at
NATTC until recently and was
ASHa moved to NAS in line with the .
deactivation of the training cen-
ter To turn out mote than 10- I

000 loaves a week, the shop operates -
along assembly lines, as
shown above. William Gaddis,
Bk r3<:, Walter Zeishner, Bkr2c,
and J. E. Thornton Bkr3c, roll
the already-weighed batches of .
dough into loaves while W. T. t
.. :. ::....:
Glover S2c places them into
the baking pans. (Left) W. I.
Rouse. Bkr3c, removes a tray of Portable Seaplane Dock Services I
; freshly-baked bread from the

oven.out all The pastry bake, shop cake also and turns pies Navy Planes At Advanced Bases I

consumed at NAS and NATTC. '
I A repair dock that can be torn craft is still in the water and can
down and transported by air has then be disassembled and slowed
I been developed by BuAer for use from the water After assembly,
Fund Turn Out Bread And
Bakers by Navy planes and advanced bases : the repair dock may be towed by
I seaplane or power boat to any position
(Continued from Page 1) ; Cake While Station Sleeps The dock, composed of nine desired.
with a report, to the Field Director's \
connected A stable
pneumatic float sections working platform is
office each day or at least In the wee small hours of the night when nearly all in a "U"-flhape and covered provided by hinging the three-

.long nce drive a week, no during later than the 1700 month-on station personnel are just turning over in their sleep, the with a plywood deck, can be quarter-inch plywood deck panels
Thursdays. men who bake the bread and pastry here are already deepin transported aboard a plane together securing them to the
large as the Martin Mariner and : top of the pontoons. The working
Department representatives their day's work. Inside the Main Galley they are busy used at bases where regular serv- | platform is about six feet wide on
named to handle the campaignin whipping up the "Staff of Life" and pies and cakes to ice docks are non-existent. '! both sides of the "U"" and approximately -
their activities in-
elude respective delight the palate.The The 5,600-pound unit can be as- 18 by 25 feet at the
: movedto sembled from the plane while the"Posaawe11" bottom of the "U"
Naval Prroiin shop was recently -.
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the Mainside Galley from NA-
-'---- Pharm. O. T. Adams-Medical

Department; Lt. H F. Bartz TTC personnel since on there board weren't to sufficient keep the Dance AI MATTC Will
ATU-VF & 2; Lt Comdr. M. L. I
big bake shop there in operation.
.. Beal Supply; Chaplain A. C. Boyer *-
Although the shop at Maiaside is
Delaware-- NATTC-IA; TU Lt.; (tjg Leala) Joseph Dkkey-L. considerably smaller it is ideal Fecdure Henry Busse'sJust Orchestra

for current output, according to
Personnel; Lt. Rowland G. Freeman Chief J. Whitefield, who w in Making the second big name -- -
-- Inspection Dept.; C\VO I short of three weeks ago Bu&bf has been in the music
charge of the shop. band to at NATTC in four
Hilton G. Hamilton-Marine Bar- appear Claude Thornhill and his world- business for a good many years,
racks; CSK L. R. Hansen-Yard Whitefield revealed that approximately weeks, Henry Busse brings his famous orchestra played an en- fIrst coming to America from hit
Dept. R. Elec. B. W. Jennings 11,000 loaves of bread "music for young and old to the gagement here in a revival of the native Holland in 1912. There were
Communications; Lt. B. M Jones were baked each week for NAS NATTC Auditorium on 10 Man poh<'y bv: the \NHtare Departmentto several detours via bands on ocean
Aviation Training Dept.; Ens. J.I I NATTC, the Naval Hospital and for a final Farewell Dance for bring famous "name bands to liners before he finally arrived in
J. McStay--Ship's Service; Chap- Green Cove Springs Besides all NATTC personnel. NATTC. this country for good because. he
lain R. L. Murphy Executive bread, about 81,000 assorted pastries ----- says, he was "still a youngster
Dept; Lt. (jg) Alvin H. Rampey I are baked for personnel attached I and wanted to travel"

-Disbursing; Lt. (jg) Billie M. to Mainside and NATTC. :4-; a I After arriving with only a few
Sweat-A AR; Gunner B. Turcotte. Using themost up-to-date equipment dollars some clothes, and his
--Ordnance & Gunnery; Lt Carl C the station! bake shop rivals trusty trumpet, he took his first
"NavAdvTraCom; Lt. CarlC. I the most modern commercial bakeries job with an brchestra in the
WestCom7. in the Jacksonville area. Savoy Theatre in New York thenan
Civilian 1""r'loOtinelGeorgia In addition, the best ingredients old silent-picture house Tiringof

Barthelmess Supply; i money can buy go into the bread 4 this he played in vaudevillefor
Edith Brook< Communications; and pastries served in the station ; 4r a short time, got bored with
Wheeler E. BussellFire Dept; I'I mesa halls. : that and formed a little five-
Michael Cast one--Industrial Re- : piece combo, before meeting Paul
lations; Leala Dickey-Personnel; I Whiteman with whom he stayedfor
Hazel Johnson Disbursing; A. S. 'H .7h. I I ten years, playing with such
Kaplin Public Works-Maint. I glittering personnel that formed
Dept; Doris A. Moody Aviation C.rl : Sa"I Whiteman's bands as Bix: Bied-
Training Dept.; Julius Quma erbecke. Jack Teagarden, Frankie"
A&R* Norma Lee RobertsExecutive Trumbauer, and others.
4 :
Dept; Helen Styron-Inspection I After eonslderred ohiervaliou I ,. : 'rs# Figuring you can only get so far
;'' Doris White-A&R; J. C. I believe the "New Look" should playing In someone else's band. he,

Wouters Physical Training & hf hanged( to "X I.... i i ,, broke away from Whiteman and
Welts re. k--.J: 1 ? formed his own outfit, getting his
_. --------- most helpful break with lot of
-- -- ----- --- a
1' a ) an J t time over WLW in Cincinnati.
MlITTC I TIII'v then went into the Chez
Pane in Chicago/ for seven weeks,
supposedly, and stayed for three
I \ i'ars.
Movie Schedule
t I ,/ ; The hand has since' had engaeen -

tints at the New Yorker, t ilirtKMMiit !
MOVIKSUfkdajs:: --1730 and 2015; wwU-endt-1430, 1750. and tOlS. I Irs ',
< Grove, the Roooever inN
1 Till'USDY -e Orleans the Palace in :;,Ul
"HALF PAST MIDNIGHT", with Kenneth Taylor and Peggy > J-tiiuisco. and the Palladium m
1 Knudsen.: p il'\wood. besides doing several

FItIU.XU SVTVRDAY n\'s, i, movie shorts, guest shot' *
"THE BISHOP'S WIFE", with Cary Grant and Loretta Young i in i Bill!:;: Crosby! and cutting many
SLTND\Y hi-st, seller records for VitacoiMnP .-
"WRECK OK THE HESPERUS, with WilUrd Parker and Patricia y : .iris i His' records of "\\'h1tDa
White.I !1I \ Is D, nc", and "Hot Lips" are
till famous.
-DOUBLE LIFE", with Ronald Coleman and Signe Has,>. His appearance la a fitting farewell -
to NATTC. Dancing start
WEDNESDAY at 2000 and lasts till 2100. Plen-
"MY PAL TRIGGER", with Roy Roger. i j ty of girls and refreshments wilt

THURSDAY I be provided. AU hands both at
"THE CHALLENGE", with Tom Conway and Joan V ?nt. HENRY BUSSE NATTC and NAS, are invited. .




b'HEgg InspectingThe

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y AROUND A Dtf= .w < w.

Engineering Caroline Howell ,- --- .. Inspectors ..-
-We're sure happy to welcome .
aboard Joseph Mlsleh and Sam East '17th. fly Helen Burnette A .

Ward and we hope you fellows Bob Cook and Lyle Mach are Who is the chief who had his

like your new jobs. Go easy with leaving for Tokyo next week. We picture taken with the visiting-

that whip, Chief Schassar. wish them luck in their new ad- Captain ? Give us the dope Ingle!

We miss Chief Kelly these days, venture. There goes our mumbles One of our chiefs says he was

and we hope you like your new assignment -, quartet. I walking along a passageway and
at the Sr. B. O Q., Chief. happened to look up and saw two -4r
Lou has :
Royal just made the1
We don't know how Emmett dogs. One almost human, wearing"gloves"
biggest buy since the Louisiana ,
and the other bet! -
Tracy rates, but he had a letter I a sure
purchase, he bought a Willys. We
from Fred Clyne last week. Fred Chief Kealen was in the marketfor
said to tell y'all hello and that'I think he is overloading; the deal. a goad used car (late model).
Clanton, we are just curious to
he's still in Wichita doing design I I Now he's purchased a brand new 0AA
work for an airplane company. I I know if that timekeeper you were DeSoto convertible. Guess he"don't u
escorting through the will
used mo''rWho
want no car no
Franklin tells me he sure enjoyed interfere with that Pennsylvania
has most
expensive car
the week-end of George Washington's -
timekeeping job in the department ? Chief Deel!
birthday in Miami. Frank ._
we just round out where the i Who wants to sell the most expensive O
there were more pretty women -
says fish are caught. Yes, sir, you can car in the department? See; the floor
sunshine, pretty women beau-' see the Ordnance Shop well rep- I Chief Deel! I some scraps upon
tiful moon pretty women . '
resented at Lake Lochloosa on any The battle of the century! W. E. Pick em upand luck galore
and, well anyway he had a good
i week-end How about a fish fry to Miner and his Form :57 and Saraas

time.Mary prove it? the middle man! It has been re- Will stay beside YOU in the shop
Duvall had planned a pic- I When that Form 57 Sara,
you come to work on ported won
Hie that week-end and, in spite of April 1st and miss a lot of faces, practically a nervous wreck, and And keep your safety right on top.

the weather, they had it. They I it won't be an April fool's trick, Miner well, he's just waiting. ,
spread a blanket in the living but a reduction in force. Please Charlie Saxton and his inspec-

jrooin, had flowers on the curtains, don't forget us as we will be think- tors are diligently trying to find See some scraps and leave eni lay .)
had the floor. Leave it
and ants
on ing about each of you.D. out just why the Metals and Ac-
Xo Mary! I cessories inspectors are called the And be the to
W says she is on the lookout you may one pay.
Daniel doesn't know that Makers." I
Mary when she wears that red shirt. Sheis "Merry
we know, but we do--so, we'll Just willing to lend it to the chief, We are happy to welcome Lt. R.i i Falling into such a trap,

lay happy birthday a couple of I though. G. Freeman, Inspection Personnel

days in advance. We hope you I The Accessories Division will I Officer, back in the office again! I II 1o'A You'll be useless-like the scrap!
have many many more, Mrs. D j I Lt. Freeman has been away for six
have I II I
a new after
reporter 30
We were afraid Comdr. Fischer : I weeks .attending school. We missed I -ION MOORS
March because of reduction
a in
was gonna leave us around the you while you were away and are .
force. It has been I
first of March, but his orders have a privilege I glad to have you back at your .
me to handle the column and if "
been cancelled. That sure makesus desk, Mr Freeman.We .
the new reporter receives the fine ,
lose of -
happy. are sorry to one our
that I did 1
cooperation sure
most distinguished and reliable in-
Personnel and Admlnlstratlon-
that he will
by Dot IMckson Nadine Jones esting items.I'lannlng give you some inter- spectors who is retiring after 15

popped up here last Tuesday withan years of service with the Govern-
engagement ring. She went Dh-Islon-by WynonaSpnrlock ment. C. G. McCord, inspector in .
are happy for Mrs. '
around all morning hoping some- Lois the Magneto Shop, has been with,.
Taylor, as son has been
one would notice it. Congratulations I the Inspection Department for six
home visit for
on a the first timein
anyway. years and is well liked and respectj j
over years ed by all his fellow .
Hazel Miller, formerly Lt..Carr's Wonder how come a certain
McCord at the I
was always top
secretary, got married a week ( !! hat
flashy ) caused such con- during War Bond, Red Cross, and t
ago Friday. Wonder why every sternation? I
Chest Drives contributions ISNOOPER
Community or
WAVE who worked for Lt. Carr Latest
song on the A&R Hit
kind We will
any miss __.
has gotten married? Parade-"I've Got Those Gone -
with Mr. McMord
having you us ,
Lt. Harper is walking the floor Again Blues. RIF, that is
and sincerely wish for you the best Steno And
these days awaiting a new arrival. Some of the Time Section has of everything. You have earned it! P3SipPiv1 i Typist

Professors Cribbs Warren, Jar- been bowling lately. Looks like ,
rard and Hutchinson had a tough old times. Exam To Be GivenAt

school assignment last week issuing Who's the chief who caused so NAS Civilian Girls SALLIES

diplomas. much excitement in the Time Sec- NAS Saturday

Marjorie Owen has really been tion the other day? Overwhelm Atlanta

receiving the mail from her bOy-I Two hundred civilian empfcyees

friend.'et's..orlt'li. Tomboys In ArmoryLed I of naval activities served 6y the

.\( DhI..lon-by Dorothy INSIDE I local board of U. S. Civil!&xam-
\\1Uiam"on-Emily Harden by Louise Bragg and Ruth SCOOPS. The Nor-

to at home now recovering froman PUBLIC WORKSThe Maliniak, the NAS Civilian Girls wood Community League reelected iners will be given the eximna-

operation. She would be glad to Basketball Sextette came through I D. L. Dicks, Jr., as its president tion for Stenographer and Typist
have her friends visit her at 1109 current topic of conversation with its best performance of the Saturday it was announced! this
at the last meeting, making it the (
among the typists ahd sten- current season Saturday at the second consecutive the week. Competitors will takes\ the
ogs in the Department centers Duval County Armory soundly has conferred this honoron exams in A&R Supply, and :ldg
around their Civil Service exam- trouncing a highly-touted Atlanta League if
I 450.
Gate GossipWe I Brother D. L. His wife Ruth
listed for next Saturdayat Tomboy aggregation, 35-26.
is no slouch, either, when it comesto Applications were received from
the Federal Building and on the The Tomboys, invited to play
receiving honors for in the far more than the 200 scheduled
have heard of many jokes Station. The and
typists stenogs here because of their brilliant rec-
she named to take the examination Sal*-* *__
1 same meeting was -
about the absent-minded professor have been taking advantage of ord around Atlanta, just couldn'tcope rep-
resentative to the Duval Federa- urday it was pointed out. But ex
but the one we heard about every moment to get in a little with the long-range shoot-
Masterson is the best. It work tion of Womens Clubs and was also isting !facilities can only accommo ,
Henry extra speed in their shorthand ing of the local Civilians. The I
that went to Mari- appointed (in a meeting of the date 200 at a time, and those not
seems Henry I and typing.In Navy squad opened fast, jumpinginto
Eastern: Star in Brentwood) to the advised to take the test this week
the week-end
etta, Georgia, over I the Maintenance Division, a quick lead. From then on in,
he to returnto I I first position of "Adah" in that j will be notified of their examination -
and. was ready
Mary Rodgers reports that Johnny the Tomboys never had a chance. I
McCallum I date in the near future the
chapter. Nancy by
the Sunshine State, he discov- 'I'' Roach, Heavy Equipment Shop, Louise Bragg and Ruth Maliniakwere
ered that he had left his return has returned to work after undergoing especially harmful to the Viola LeJeune, Lola Lyon, and board.
tickets the bus. You that Vera Cooper motored to St. Petein Those competing in the exam
on say a nose and throat oper- visitors, combining snappy offens-
courtesy cards are no good ation. ive passes and scores with brilliant ( Nancy's new Chevvie) over Saturday should report to the examination

Henry? I j Eleanor Womeldurf attended the all-around defensive play. the "long" week-end. One of the room specified at the

IRD says goodbye to Helen Golden Gloves Tournament and Louise Bragg led the scoring pa- girls lundivulged) advises it's true time indicated in their notice. _

Goodwin tomorrow. Helen is to must have fought right along with rade with 12 markers. She was followed what they say about the "greenbenches" -------

marry Earl Bettes of St. Augus- I the boys, for it was reported by by Ruth Maliniak who con there. See V, T. for mess' spouse is recovering from a

tine on 2 April and is leaving now her room mate that she could not tributed 11 tallies to the Civilian bags (evening that is). "Bo" recent illness. Hash: GH reports

to complete final plans. lift her arm above the elbow the win. Bohannan in the metal section enthusiastically she got a

"Virus X" has taken a toll In next morning. Felder John also wants all you Supply-ers to turn good piece of pie at the civvy cafe

Bldg. 450 and several employeeshave apparently knocked himself out sight under the car helping the out for the St. Patrick's Day the other day! Mama Gahagan -

been out on the sick list. by installing a new motor in hts mechanic find her engine trouble. Dance, March 17th. It's at Post gave birth to a daughter last
all well The union will be"after Alice next. 88, LaSalle and Hendricks, and week
We hope that they are by car. Henry Melzer says that Fel- whom she has nicknamed
this time and back at work. der John must have gotten his big Virginia Walpole reports that starts at 9 P. M. One buck per ad- for reason of her own "Soda"

Some people have all the luck. car confused with an old 1918 Huntley Cox's wife is recoveringfrom mission. Bo has tickets and so has That should make George a sort

We understand that Helen Morris model because he tried to lift the her Illness very nicely. Sarah Adams. In a conver- of "soda-pop"! (Ouch! !) Add

finally got a house on the station motor by himself and sprained his Charles Simpkins' son has the sation with Congressman Emory Otis Owens to your list of Kandy-:

and also won $5 last week. How back. chicken-pox. Price, it was indicated that he was Kobblers. If we add any more,

about borrowing that rabbit's foot, Some of the boys wonder why Donald Traer in the Blue Print instituting further conferences we'll have to start zoning the territory AII\

Helen? Cone Revels was wandering down Room has bought a new house. between the Florida delegation and . .Wanted: A match for ,
Speaking of luck, we understandthat Duval Street the other day. He Art Nelson is building a new house the President relative to the statusof Lindsay's cigar butt which is as .

Betty Moeller is engaged and didn't recognize his friends but by hand. Florida naval installations. I much a part of his features as his

marrying into the dough. Yep, her they attribute this to the fact that Lt. <3. A. Busbee, Jr., D&E Supt., I COMPLAINT DEPT.: "Less of nose. Claimed by 1'JJM: SP. .
husband to be, Joseph Zak, ie a I he wa probably wondering about spent the week-end in Daytona the hill-billy and more of the pops I II Just started: Nancy Stack is becoming

production superintendent in a local the University of Florida's football away from the maddening crowd I I and semi-classics" on the platter-I I an ardent philatelist.

: I bakery. How about the date of I I' chances for next year. Revels and returned with a nice suntan. parties, advised a group un- (Stamp collector, bub). He's

the event, Betty? says they are going to win the His wife's parents are visiting named P-A listeners. What with trying to keep it a secret, apparently

What's ill this business about Southeastern Conference title. His I him. 4-Leat Clover Shut-up and Drink but Uncle B reports that

Dolly Lynch having a new flame. friends say he has said this for Joe Walpole earned the sym Yer Beer, and other such ImagInath'e -I Cecil Gordon in Screening was

\\ o understand that his name is the last! five years and may even- pathy of all husbands last week discs recently waxed nos- married recently Top-knot-
when his wife, Virginia went out ing the leads on the hit-parade, the
Dick. How about giving with the tually correct. lers Velma Page-boy Henning, and
information, Dolly? Sam Fritch's wife Is still In ,' for dinner with some of the girlsin request may be hard to fill. new-look Marie Stout and Joyce

Dixie Anner has been furnish California on vacation. Sam was the office and left Joe home Malcolm Rowles' wife unexpectedly Cowart. Xpt.'t..l: the "bold-

ing all the girls in IRD with beautiful I I observed standing in front or with the dog. Virginia says she passed away as a result of an look" for men bigger checks,

camellias. When a certain' Cohen's last week admiring the didn't find any dirty dishes ex- operation last week. Mal is at wider stripes, loud shoes, ties, andso

male asked for one, all he got wasa I models. His friends say that when cept the ones the dog ate out of, present taking a couple of weeks' on. In other words: "fancy-
promise. Understand he is still his wife gets back she will and three extra dog biscuits were leave in Chicago, visiting his panters." .

waiting for that camellia Dixie. straighten him out on that. missing. So, if Joe barks at his mother, and expects to return to ,;
Groaner 'had co-workers, be patient with him. his post here after that. All your
If you should happen to be Jerry a nice sur- "Confound "
friends here in you, yeoman! roaredthe
the week-end Comdr. W. S. Johnson Asst. Supply extend their
around Bldg. 450 during the noon prise over Her hus- admiral.
hour and hear the typewriters band phoned her from California.She PWO, Is going on a week's leave heartfelt condolences, Mal. more careful?"Why" can't you be

clicking away, it isn't the employees also had an unwelcome sur- beginning the seventh, and Cap- Wilma Priest resigns tomorrow to
working overtime It prise as he told her that he Is tain H. B. Jones PWO is going take a position next Monday with "Why instead of addressing this

seems there is to be a typist exam shipping overseas immediately.Bart to Atlanta on the third on Navy Station WOBS which is scheduledto letter to the intelligence officer,

soon. Dockrell is one of the firstto affairs. While the Captain Is in go on the air in March. you addressed it to the intelligent;

IRD lost, another of its old-time sport a new suntan in Main that old Dixie stronghold, perhapshe Sallies, at 621, will make your officer. You ought to
employees when Genevieve Knight tenance. can get a real mint julep, reservations and deliver your tick- no such person in the Navy!

resigned last week to take up The folks in the Design Division suhl! ets to you for the Igor Gorin con-
household duties. Flo Gannaway evidently led quiet lives in the last cert here March 31st. Recommended Judge (after sentencing a prisoner

it's just like losing your right week as little news was obtainablefrom Sailor (sitting In barber chair) : : Charlie Pait's letterof to a 99 year term) : "Have
arm However, we understand that this usually reliable source. Cut all three short. inheritance. Must miss: The you anything to say?"

Flo got her right arm back when However. Alice Gibbons was observed Barber: Which three? Bergman-Boyer pic at the Arcade Prisoner: "All that I know is

Sophie Geleneau was assigned with her new Plymouth at I Sailor: Whiskers, hair and chat. this week-it suffers badly from that you're too darn liberal with

Gt n's duties. Brooks Motors practically out of ter. I fallen arches Georgia Barthel- other people's time" !I


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FOUR MORE TROPHIES were add- ., ;! Z5' ":r'/'<:. ence cup to ( 'aptain Duckworth (Top

ed to the ever-growing display in .the : /'. right) In\ this photo, Rear Admiral Da-

.. Administration Building last week .'.ft '" vision presents the permanent NATAC

''i : when Rear Admiral Ralph Davison, ,:. :: trophy to Lt. Comdr. Harry Knickel-
s .
' Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training '.. '." .' bine, head coach of the Flier five. (Bottom

r.. and Commandant of the Seventh Naval ) The station won the football

Ii.t( District, presented the cups to NAS. .. sportsmanship trophy for the first tine
". .. .
t .. {Top left) The Admiral presents tot ., '. last season on a vote by coaches and

Captain Herbert S. Duckworth, Commanding players of NATAC gridiron teams. Lt.

(y, ,. Officer of NAS, the Seventh o-.fn,,. ... Ben Adams, one of the mainstays of the

Naval District basketball trophy. (Top 1917 Flier football eleven, receives the

t.:-! ,. center) Here he awards the rotating trophy from the Admiral on behalf of

; Naval Air Training Athletic Confer- the grid squad.Mamside's .
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Sign of Spring I, Intro-Murnl Buskelboll -
. <; Flier I
f\ ; Opening Game For 48

* : :;..:. Nine Only Three Weeks Off'', At NAB Begin Final Week 01 2nd

;: Though the NAS Flier varsity baseball nine has had 1,

-: .' only one week's practice to date, the opening game of the'
On Court
.*"' season against the Georgia State Teachers' team is less than Round Tuesday

.'y three weeks distant and Coaches Frank McCaffrey and Bob

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,, Beaudreau are desperately trying to whip their charges intra-mural cage
Frank Palumbo l lead the winners a 15-15: count at halftime. The
into condition. loops will enter their final with 14, 11, and 10 points respectively fast-breaking A&R outfit show.
No less than 60 candidates are week of league play next ed plenty of scoring punch in the-

trying to out-strive all competitors CPO Club Takes Tuesday, with ,each team in Supply took a 31-21 advantage final two periods to win easily.
in the race for a spot on the both circuits clamoring for over NARTU, Friday thus remaining -I In by far the most thrillpackedgame
team, bat thus far training rules in the race for the AmerIcan -
yet staged at Mainside M-]
s have restrained all serious show- Title In Enlisted one of the top four spots in ', League flag and a place in the Division won an overtime thriller

Ings. To date, the coaching staff their respective leagues. The play-offs Chuck Klahr led the from Communications, 4543. Bill
t has been content to try and work Bowling LeagueThe four quintets of each league winners with 10 markers. S. T. U. ; Campbell intercepted a pass in the

the kinks out of local horsehidcrs I I I will enter the play-offs which had to come from behind in the final seconds of the overtime period
I only match in the Enlisted final period to dump Flag Unit, I
The day's curriculum at nny 'I and dumped in the duo of
practice session last week included I Men's Bowling. League last are slated a week later. I 40-36, in one of the most thrilling points to give the Dispensary their

running: pepper games, easy week proved to be the most crucialone l I Assembly and Repair continuesto cage contests at Mainside last hard-earned win. Don Stowe led
throws, and then more running. of the round. Needing all four ,. set the pace for the other 17 I week. Spud Rieder led the Sea- the winners with his 17 markers.
,: Beaudreau is especially hard at points to go into a tie for first outfits, having yet to drop Itsinitial' hawks to their important cage win i j NATIONAL LEAGUE
wflrk on the mound staff hitting place with me CPO Club ATU No. ; cage encounter. Coach with 14 points. After being held ,

.... fungoes hour after hour to the I4 lost its game to ATU No. 10 Charlie Chism's lads mowed down to a 29-all count in the fourth I .Tram\., m..ly and Repair Won 13 lot II*
.<: hurlers. and, in doing so, insured the Chiefsof two more opponents last week to frame, the Marines started swish- Administration Annex 10 3M
j weary the league championship.So I' run their victory skein to 12 ing the nets with points to beat I .1 imikion 9 t
But the pace is beginning to tell The A&Rers have trio l\IV t Ii
straight. a
the CPO Club, 4135.: Bill Hoppe
though they were idle, i Natal alA *
i hospital
and all faster I
aspirants are moving left to-
Chiefs took the title with a totalof 'of cage outings starting canned eight buckets and a trio ATC >o. 4 5 T
and more often than in the 31 points for the season one day, and should they capture only I of charity tosses to annex scoring Ordnance and Gunnery 4 XI
t early days of the season. In fact, more than ATU No 4. A&R and one of them, they would still be I honors with 19 markers. Oper- I lard Drpartmrnt 4 Mt'ommunicallone _
the first cut is expected to be I assured of the National League "I
ations had little trouble
Dispensary tied for third place in stopping I
'- made either today or tomorrow. I bunting.
with 33 apiece. Communications I the cellar-dwellers, VM Unit,
.w. At the team consists is still leading the Turn lion IM.Operation. '"
present I Operations
40-17. Mickey MacDamels led the
finished in the fifth position with .
} <: of a dozen pitchers, 10 catchers, 31 markers, Supply in sixth with ; heap in the junior circuit as it, too, league leaders with 15 tallies. j' T. l''. 10 11S. :3 t

14 22 infielders and 18 outfielders. 25, and ATU No. 10 and Boat- ,I annexed two important hardwood ATU ='0.I Wins, 34-31 I upply' ; )
a- The Fliers will open their sea- wins last week. The league leaders Flag ('n't'
'. house each finished with 18 points almost assured of a spotin VA ATU No 4 had to hustle to 1 A Aft' !'ie. S 7 !
Bon against Georgia State Teach- are I
to tie for seventh place. Four ever-dangerous Yard .Madre. 7
slip by an
ers' on 23 and 24 March at Mason the play-offs unless they falterin 'J'O Club 3'I
teams Photo Lab, VM, ATU No 1 I
: five last 34-
their final of the season. Department I :\Unl' 2 Jot
'I Field. Then they will take on I games
and VA No. 4 failed to score a 31. The losers knotted the count \.n l'nU 0.:1:
Rollins College: on 27 March also I Dispensary Top. O&fl .
J single point in the whole championship -I several times, but buckets by Web- II J
.. A M-l Division five provided -
j,' on the station diamond. I round. classy I
t too much punch for scrappy I er and Pfifer paced the winners to
t The CPO Club held a dinner I Ordnance and Gunnery to take, I victory A&R rang up another loop : Intra-Mural Golf

" WAVES JOURNEY TO Tuesday night in honor of CPO,, Monday, winning easily, 12-27. i win at the expense of the Naval I
I 1 keglers. Later after the winner ;;: Don Stowe clipped the netting for I Hospital, 4831. Buck Buntin and Competition Will
I of the Officers' League is de : 22 markers while his teammate, John Booth led the victors with
NORFOLK FOR TWO termined a play-off; will be heldto Doc Jones, sent 16 points sizzling I 12 and 11 points. The CPO Club Start On MondayThe
crown the station champs. through the meshing. Administration copped its third league win by
' HARDWOOD TILTSThe I Annex avenged an earlier trouncing NARTU, 39-34. Bert / new mtra-muial golf teams

i season loss at the hands of IATU, Kowlaski led the "hackdrivers"with will swing into action Monday
NASNAVES hoop squad Tiger Quintet 44-38. in a rough-and-tumbLe fray. II 11 points, with Bill Tomler of I afternoon at 1330 and every 1"<..11.
flew to Norfolk L' Frank Retiivi, John Huey, and collecting I lowing Monday and Wednesday,, it
' i for games with the NAS Norfolk Suffers Fourth The VA ATU No. 5 Avengerscame
i----- i was announced by Chief Rex A.,
11r WAVES and an unnamed civilian I close to clipping Operationslast
'" Jackson of the Golf Shack last'
sextette Both tilts will serve aswarmups Loss Of SeasonThe Seventh N. D. Team week, but their rally fell I week. Eight teams now make up
-.', for NAS Civilian clash short and Operations won a well-
some time next week for the Leaps Into First earned 38-52 win. Ralph Gates the loop.
J NAB Tigers suffered their
championship of the Jax Girls' I Jim Caesar and Buddy Woo lis led According to the league manager
oM fourth loss of the season last I Place Tie In OBL
,, Basketball League. the winners with 11 points each. only two officers will be allowed
week at Beach when the
The WAVES really had a good In'' Supply came to life in the final to play on any one team.
Bethune Cookman quintet toppedthe After taking eight points I
when took on the Civilians five minutes of The competition will be based on
night they I looal colored squad 51-43. two matches last week, the 7ND play agai Flag
the tiff to'' Unit to the 30- the best ball between two men ata
as preliminary edge Flaggers out
I' the Flier-Florida Skipper Though the Tigers held a sixpointlead bowlers went from fourth placeto I 29. Bob Cliff, time, with four men on a team.
game a reserve
with Operationsin
at halftime, the Bethune five a first place tie II
Activities which have
i'.'. Edge and Laddie Vladeff teamed I If threw in seven points for the win- already entered -
I took advantage of its superiorityin the Officers Bowling LeagueIn
teams include ATU No. 10
f to lead the WAVES to a lopsided ners and was the difference be- ,
the week,
41-26 victory. Edge scored 13I height to surge to the fore and the first match of I tween victory and defeat for the ATU's No.1 and 2, VM and Operations
knocked off ATU
the verdict. the 7ND team
cop Ordnance and
" points and Vladeff, 11. For the Supplyers.Sealiauk. I ,
i} Malinlak scored 14 to take Charles Walker led the scoringfor No.4, winning all three gamesof commissary, Assembly and Repair
Run WildS
;.. scoring honors for the evening the Tigers, pumping in twelve the series and later in the week NARTU, and the Hospital. IH
,': j' Playing their final game in town, points-two better than forward did the same to the Nurses. Oper- T. U. had very little trouble two cases men from two division
WAVES out over the Bobby Gault. ations only played one match but with VM Unit winning 428. John- formed one team.
t Southern Bell won to clinch thee The Tigers are slated to tangle took all four points from Public ny Carter chipped the netting for .
, cagers at the of the 12 markers to lead the Seahawks.
Works to top I'
with the Bethune squad in a return -
tie with the civilians. On July 4, 1886, a baseball
r"-1. first-place
; Last Saturday afternoon at match next Wednesday nightat league, tied with 7ND. In the Art "Piggy" Reed potted 17 pointsto game between the Leadville and
1 match of the week, A&R spearhead Administration Annex ,
1930 in the NATTC Physical other !
Mainside Auditorium the WAVES St. Joseph clubs was held up tot
The will be took four points from the Execu- to a 40-28 win aver the Naval
Training Gym. game
defeated the Rollins College girls'teaiTi 30 minutes by a snow storm.
.. in their final home appearance the final appearance of the NAS tive team via a forfeit. Hospital. IATU won an easy en- '
, colored squad this year, and it Standings counter from Yard Department,
of the season. its TEAS POINTS 37-27, as Bob Robertson collected Early in 1917, Louis B. Mayer
out to
will be bring season ... ...... ..........
7ND 12Operations nine points to lead the winners sold 60 racehorses for a total o{
I' Two of auto racing's immortals slate to 64. ..................... 32
Eddie Rickenbacker and Barney > i A&R . ....... ............... 7 Buck Buntin sizzled the nets for $1,533,500: world auction record.
, .. In 1015, Christy Mathewson, the ATU No. 4 ... .............. ...... 5 21 points to lead A&R to a 45.23 Harry M. Warner, a movie execu-
Ohlf'cld, never won the Memorial Nurses ............?..?__..._ 4 win over Ordnance and Gunnery, tive like Mayer, paid $200,000 fee
; ,, Day 500 mile classic at Indlanit great pitcher, drove a golf ball Public: Woiks ................... 4
_: apolis. 235 yards with a putter. Executive ................ ....... although the A&Rers were held to one of them-Stepfather.4

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TIIK \\-N\\Y boxing e open class heavyweight Ha

quad punched its way to both I I crouch)I. is caught with a stiff

the open and novice class division a right uppercut from eventual
championships of the Jack- winner Al Rojero of the Naval

aonville Golden Gloves tourne n Reserve. Bottom( center) Th
at the Duval County Armory fighters who contributed w

last week. Figured as a dark 1 Jax-Navy open division win

horse on the final night of t'om- are, left to right, standing. Bob
petition the local squad upset Meyers, runner-up in the heavy.
the dopesters and took both weight division, Joe Martin

erowns (Top left I Dick Eck- lightweight champion, Coach Al

manlan, Jax-Navy novae featherweight Sinibaldi, head coach Anthony
has his hand held .1 J. Rubino, Richard Castiano

high in victory by Al simbafclt runner-up, and George Hood
after Eckmanian knocked .Hit I hood, featherweight king. Aaron

Bob Nevin to take the crown LrarUa I kneeling I waa the win-
Eckmanian was awarded the a ner in the bantamweight championship .

Charlie Small Memorial Ti 'tphv! bout (Bottom right!

for the outstanding noe boxer
of the tourney 'Top right I t h I surprise in the novice
Harold Taylor left g ue.l in light heavyweight class. Hers
loae to tie up Sol Zwuii, :Na v a as I he is shown landing a right up-
novice middlweight ZWIII1 pt'n'ut to the body of Tommy
took a split decision from th.' Madison B<'Ike took a unanimous -
heavier Jatksonvillt' })01' R"t-': : decision from the Bruiww -
torn left, Roh ,t.\ t .J x---: < I > k hattU.i


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Championships In Jacksonville Golden Gloves BoutsBy

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Doug to the title. Polak looked the popular total slugger/ H& pitted of the first round In addition to round saw Madison come back
Bounding: back after two better in the final stanza but the against Rob e\iu of I winning the title, Ktiiuiiian: also strongly as Lou tired But in UM
discouraging nights, the Jax- judges gave a unanimous verdictto sills Nfvin came out of J&t'k"UII-j walked off with the Charlie Small third round, lannini looping
:Navy boxing squad came btubbs. vtith a rush, spraying leather alii Memorial Trophy| which Is given I rights and lefts rocked the Savannah -
with eight wins The next Jax-Navy fighter to' user the place kiiianlan kept'' annually to the outstanding novice entry continually and gave
through on enter the finals was John Bustin, his head, calmly warding off the i boxer In the Usonvllle (ioltl.n him the fight.
the final night of the Jack- a novice bantamweight who took. blows, and waiting for an opening. .. dlo\e. I I Then in the 160-pound novice
sonville Golden Gloves tourney on Otto Aliffi also: of Savannah.I With the fight barely a minute Lou lannini kept the victory ;: championship brawl, the Jax-Navy
at the Duval County Arm- The fight was slow, both battlers'I old he found It. flashing out streak alive in the lightweight I squad came up with still another
D.v last week to make a clean fearing the other power. The first with two quirk left jabs, hekiKKkeil nuv'ice bout, taking a split decision winner Sol Zwirn a favorite in
round was a jab contest, Aliffi the knonville boy off from Tommy Madison of Savannah station smokers eked by Harold
Sweep of both the open and landing more often than not. The rxilano And then he cane across lannmi opened fast, knocking I Taylor of the Jacksonville. NavaJ
townee classes. j I second! and third stanzas followed with a vicious right hand, drop- his opponent down twice in | Relt'n'l" Taylor packed the heals
Blazing its way to the victory the same pattern and the Savannah ping Nevln for an eight rount.eln the opening frame The second l (Continued on Page 8)
trail with brilliant ring generalship boy grabbed off a unanimous -I > .. crawled to his" feet onlyto __ __ ....J ---- --- ---
and thudding fists, the local decIsion. I run into a barrage of blow STATION LINKS TEAM
gregation hammered out five : But in the 80\ice featherweight which dumped him to the<<' ranva no ..-
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oovice championships and three rlamt, Jax-Navy finally broke Into owe more. The referee halted the
open class crowns, In addition, itgrabbed the win (column Dick Kcknvanian, I fight In one minute and S3 second
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Wo three novice open groups.weight classes and Expect 100 Entries For Annual i

The 2t points Jax-Navy in the open amateur team totaled competition -- Four-Ball Golf Tournament Here :

13 more than its nearest ____ i ii
Entries for the station four-ball
rival, the Fort Myers Boys I 1
Club, which garnered 11 markers I golf championships have been i( and Lt. Hunt Lt B. M. Jones and :
The novice group came pouring into the golf shack for Lt. Jack Jones, and George Oakes 'I
through with a staggering total of the past week and, before deadline: and Paul Piva
time at 1600 today, Jack Harvey, aR
:31 points, 18 more than the run-, Gulf Ga/lngs
fter-up team from Savannah the: station pro, hopes to have 100
Entering the final night of boxing divot diggers signed up for the I In a recent blind bogie tournament -
the Jaavy squad! wa annual affair I on the local links, Faiwii; ,
clearly a marked underdog to I Though the enlisted defending Scott, playing without a handle ;a p.
take. either title. With the exception champions will not be present" in hit the bogie of 77 right on th,'
of coarheftnthon> J, IJu- this year's tourney, the winning i nose. Dut he was tied f..r i 111.,1
bino and Al Sinibaldi, very few In I officers' in the last four-ball competitIon place honors by Paul 1'1\.1 wh I,., y'
tile huge/ throng/ of '?000 s per tat- have already entered Lt. shot an 88 minus an *,1"\1\! liar.dicap '+ >
ore gave the Navy e>en the ullclite C imdr. George Ford and Lt I for the 77, and Lt, ljnk.'r ,: ;
chant of coming through Comdr. Bernie Bernard have announced who shot a 92 minus l:> han tic..ip ,
with a victory. i that they are ready to for 77. All winners were pi,'rented -
Dick Polak opened the night's" defend their year-old title against with golf balls Jack Hu,
battling in the .ovi<'e flyweight I any and all comers vey announces that the lain "
division. taking on chunky Ray Some of the other entries include I Golf Association will hold it:.
Stubbs from Savannah Before the Comdr. F. J. Brush and ; monthly meeting on the se ond
echo of the first boll had died Comdr.. A C. Berg Chief Joe Sunday of this month He requests .)
away. Stubbs had Polak in trouble. I, MaeDonaki and Chief "(tobbip"I all members to enter lUll
throwing leather from very angle. I Robertson, Lt. Whistler and Lt. !soon an possible.! . This Spnng[
The Navy boy weathered the I Heritor Chief Jackson and Chief Weather really brings out the golt 111:1:1JS: :: Till:: J.i\: :Niy' JL,.ilt' t'am which win its tp" iung\ ,
storm however, and started to GusHanas, Chief Miller and Chief era. Another record was broken match of the season recently by beating the University of Florida alinkdinen
fight back. Throughout the fight, Kettles Captain Grant and Cap- test Sunday when 75 green fees Members I of the l.x'al squad include left to right, ( ftrat?
the Savannah boy broke loss) : tain Gordon, Lt Comdr Duna and of 25 cents each were paid, five I row) Jack Harvey 1.1. George H'ndt, Lt. William Whistler, George
with. flurries. of lefts and rights, : Lt. Comdr. Chucknow' Lt. Kirken- more than the previous record of Oakes manager i nee ond row) Earwin Scott, Chief Robert Uobert-
with Polak trying to Jab hilt way dall and Lt Oodman, Ut. Lwcky TO Ht two week agar, I I I soil, Ensign Sal 1 u,co<;o, Lt. Tony Grego, aad Chief Joer M cD t\a111.

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Tin All-East Navy Wrestling Team made a short stopover oo
tn> station la.'. week and, after a hurried workout took off font
: Annapolis in quest of All-Navy grappling crowns. Four familiar facestvfrr
I seen when the eastern champs went through their paces ttBlag
NW k. 612 including Jim Senic Marvin Kleinman Jack Godek, and
(Charles Thomas. All of these boys are stationed here and all received
then training in Coach Paul King's wrestling stables. Of the four,
Klemman is the best bet to take a coveted All-Navy crown. He
trt has never been beaten in service competition, taking such titles a*

t aY P b t the NATAC 136-pound crown two years running, the Seventh Naval
7r rust rift diadem for two consecutive years, and now the East Coast
own In addition he has won numerous dual match bouts.

Viiotlu-r iiMMvia* lodged Into the station golf ('01.'t"'" Imaginary: ,
.4 hall of fame la--t Meek henVilllam Keehan a guest of Ca.pt. I). MUMcC
orniacli. made a liole-in-cme un the third hole with a numlter
thl't'l"lid.. Keehan IM" only live thud man to make! the ..n.-In-a.-.
f F. million shut in the history of the !station.!!
1 f
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7 t., The most hilarious happening of the Jacksonville Golden Gloves

Tommy last week came on the initial night of battling, Lanky JCKS
Steuiei.. Jax-Navy open welterweight entry, was pitted against Carl
B.eMw Allen Miller) of Fort Wayne. The six-foot, two-inch Navy scrapper!
a Aliped: when he saw his opponent clamber through the ropes for
.Milk-r was no more than four-foot ten and looked more like a midget
than a boxer. From the first bell there was no doubt of the eventual
: Home Finale outcome, but 1.500 fans almost split their sides laughing. At one
r > time Steiner threw a right cross missed, and then toppled right over

( ta IN ONE OF TIIK WILDEST :Miller's head. Stemer's best blow seemed to be a chopping right to
melees of tht st Son, the Jax- the top of the head, the only place his! glove could land. After
trying everything in the book to no avail, Steiner resorted to left
Flier team closed
vy hoop
hooks and won by a TKO in the third round.
r ki, its scheduled. home season at n *
1 the NATTC Auditorium last I The most disheartening note of the tourney came on the .eron k f week by being outpassed out- night when Eddie l>e('ore lost to Ernie PemlarvU of Fort Meyer.

T. b roughed and outscored by the I The. cl.issy Navy \ultt'nf'lghtl1h his wife In the stands for the-
3. first time In hi. ring career, landed an accidental right uppercutto
I University of Florida Gators. I the groin late in the firM round. It \\as! accidental, to I he sure, but
f + No' less than 36 personals' were I still obvious
an foul. After ten minute delay, the judge* allowed
called on both teams as the I the lout to go: on. I't>ntlan'i.. came back fast (almost too fast fora

Gators plastered the Fliers, 77- I, man an badly hurt a-s he war siippoxed to I N) and from then on
59, for the second time this the lout Ix-came a .slugfest.: Ue('ort' had his opponent out aides
in the fintv o rounds, only to .see the 10t'1l sa\e I'endarvls! on both
season. The big difference in the occasions. A split decision gate the fight to IVndarvis. It Has obvious

t ,4 i Me squads was Hans Taenzler, I that only a knockout Mould hate convinced the judge that Eddie

Florida center, who scored 22 tray the better rnan.

points and played a fine defensive .. *
: ri game, holding Al Hen I It seems that all L>t. Paul King of the Physical Training and
ka Welfare Department has in the way of swimming talent these days
i ningsen, local sparkplug, to 12 I 1 is of last
a memory year's crack tank team. And memories will
markers Top) An'I unidentified I I be of no use in thr coming Naval Air Training Athletic Conference,

Flier crashes to the floor Seventh Naval District Florida A.A.U.. and All-Navy championships.

T with the ball clutched tightlyin [ Once again the stocky water mentor has issued a call for anyone
his hands. Al Henningsen I with ajiy semblance of splashing talent to contact him at the PT
(111)tnods) ready in case' of a Building or by phone at ext. 3P3.)
f n.e ball, i Bottom I> Hans Taenz *
ler (21( and Bill Scott i 116) go i It was officially announced lat week by Lt. Comdr.nUiony
high into the air after a rebound J. K n hi no, Offlcer-ln-Cliarge of the Physical Training and Welfare
: from the Flier back- Department, that the All-Navy UisketUilI finals Mould be held in the
board. Others m the photo include NATTC' Auditorium during the uek of 4 April In addition, he an-
Tom KII allll f ((10)) Tom flounced the All-Navy lMinff. finals could !,* held In San Diego
Atkinson, i22):!:! and Harry Hamilton California, on 4 May Add these! event to the All-Navy utmmlny
t Iljl.Cl1CE meet which may I..- held ht"reIn July and local teams are In fura
busy season In the next four month.
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w The high-flying Jax-Navy -
streak and became the only quintetto
eaters, sporting a season record -
defeat the Navy team twice this :
of :25 and three, took off season.

:Monday morning for Norfolk, The Gators found the basket first!

Virginia, where they will vie i when their high-scoring forward

for the Eastern All-Navy Harry Hamilton, hit a set hot
j from way out. A short time later
championships.Action .
| Bill Gibbs came through with a t "
was elated to begin yesterday j bucket to start the scoring for the
for the top ten Navy qum- Fliers. But for the next few minutes i'c
h.ts from the East Coast and i Hamilton and Hans Tanzler P e

the winner will advance to the towering Florida center kept the 1 '9 Ill
WI t
All-Navy finals probably to beheld nets swishing to push the Gators ;}
in Jacksonville' sometime next 13 points ahead. However, with td

month. three minutes to go before the I U\IJ'Y.W.FTII..: J.t\-N: 11'Y' ; ba.;;;k.ball; '; -' an WI'!'. .-.-send <-han>p1'mship modals last week
The Fliers' chances of Eastern intermission, Jax started a ,
an scoring
by Rear Admi'v I F-.aiph r'a\isoi, Chift, nt fatal Ar Ama/iot! Training and! mniai.(1ant( of the Seventh
title advancedby of Us own with Kilganff, '
were greatly
spree Naval District. "Ace" \\'ol.lhl'lj.J.t.! l.t Ci'inir.! Harry- Knit kelhino and Neil Ensign, are hold.
the return of Jim DeGroote Johnson and Henningsen all figuring -;
inp: the trophies which were presented pI lor to the medal awards. Included' in the pu ture are first row.
to the squad. DeGroote arrived at in the tallying which pulled I
left to right Chief George Bonifa Bill GibbsRcar Admital Ralph Davison." "Ace" Woolbnght, Lt.
Annapolis too late to try out for Jax to within four points of the
Comdr. Harry Knickelbme. Neil Ensign, and Captain Herbert !j DIu kWI'rth' Commanding Officer of
the Naval Olympic team and has visitors, 3.V31, at half time.At .
NAS second row H. G. McVay, Charlie Kerr, Al Honningsen, Bill Scott, Ralph Horn, Doc Johnson,
gone to Norfolk to play with Jax. I the beginning of the second and Charles Ekern. ]I

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Playing before one of the larg- 'Gibbs and Henningsen each scoring they never r( II nqUlshf'd.Then With two minutes to go Taenz- 12 buckets and 3 charity toeses.
r 't crowds.: in the NATTC Auditor- I quick buckets to tie the came the blow that took ler committed his fifth personal He was followed by his teammate -
1,11n,> this season for their final ''It looked as if the 'BCorf"1 the final bit of resistance from foul and was followed by Tommy
home game of the year, Jax-Navy men had found the necessary the Navy team. Bill Gibbs, who I' Kilgariff a few seconds later. Taencler, with 11 field goal
went down in defeat to the eager I to take them to victory playff' brilliant floor game all Both drew tremendous cheers from II:Scoring for Jacksonville WM rreah -
: II, th T-ivorsity Florida 77'fi. I T.I;, i ,lilto"! took things into his own' I "I i j. t !M 'd! out. And frrm tH.it t'l.irpr( rrowd.MII 'I divided' among Kilgariff, John:
I. In > .1,1 .J.. from the Fl>.er'' 1 :-' : ; '.!;;, 11.. ;i'a. !I. 117 i ''I.I J "11..1 I --t. a-lilj i I. I rf }'1. ri.Vi 1"1,1' si" nt1 *or aid Hi nring'ssa, each wt*'
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ity Jean O'Uryant, Y2c 1 A N .

aP \ rV Spring has sprung it1! At least

one would think so. Just look at

all the "Indians" running..aroundthe

barracks. One afternoon of

sunshine and some of the gals are
lit up like neon! Wonderful weather ,1 nr
r. s I 3
t brings out all sorts of strange

arts like tennis at 0800 on Sunday -

;i morning-bicycle riding after

: a morning paper-violet picking MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM ,.,

around the golf course, and all MOVIES: U'eoeok-day1730 and 2000; Wt"t'k-eondUSO ami 2000.

stuff like that there. THURSDAY ,

What's Drew Pearson got that "CHECK YOUR GUNS," with Eddie Dean
we haven't? Last week's prediction -
DANCE, Station Band. Starts at 2030. ,.jlo. '
I of "start the Jones '
a on gals" SATURDAI'u.-;. ;
I came true before the Air News ink KIDDIE SHOW at 1330. Feature: "DESIRE ME," with Greer : "
was dry Nadine Jones has a beau- Garson.

tiful sparkler, so we should hear SUNDAY
"DESIRE ME," featuring Greer Carson
more wedding bells again soon MONDAY A

Egad, they're practically deafen- "LET'S LIVE AGAIN," starring John Emery.

"BAMBI," Disney feature _
The basketball team will have
.. .. : .
tall tales to tell us poor TiiURSDAI"MY _
unfortunates when they return PAL TRIGGER," with Roy Rogers,
. "Whateha trying to do-make Chief T \ from their week's tour at Norfolk .

such racketeers! And just JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM '--. ..
think, baseball comes up next, so Shows start at 2000. ':is
things won't even get a chance to FRIDAY .
Occupational TherapyThe THURSDRY AND
Hospital slow down.
photography shop is now ,, "DOUBLE LIFE," with Ronald Colman. ; ,,
open for all camera fiends. The I EARSAY: The girls who attended SATURDAY"MY \t, .

laboratory has everything necessary -I the Leap Year Dance must have PAL TRIGGER," featuring Roy Rogers rrl.:
ChatterStrike to learn how to take picturesand all had a fine time from the re- SUNDAY ..)

develop them. A course of lectures I ports received the next day "THE CHALLENGE," with Tom Conway, ..,.
two, three, you're out! and slides will be given twice don't think any of them "leap- MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Yes sir, it's musical baseball time I a month showing pointers on taking ; ed", though. Speaking of leaps "DESIR; ME," starring Greer Garson { '

again. Come down to the Recrea- pictures at night, printing, enlarging I Jennie Payne Titcomb leapedin WEDNESDAY"LETS +,- 'i.
tion Hall tonight at 1930, get with 'I' etc Don't worry if you from leave and right out again LIVE AGAIN," featuring John Emery. ; "

your team and help win this game. don't have a camera because there I She's going back to Massachusettsto 1IIURSD\Y
Here's hoping you hit that musical are three cameras patients checkout I -- her husband and a seven- "BAMBI," Disney feature.

ball, but watch that pitcher! for use on the base A contest'; room house that should keep ,
will be run to select the best her well occupied. Lois "MillerSkl" OTHER EVENTS x.
the The decision PiC-j departed so suddenly that when
ture of week.
"Well, fellas, here's the ping pong BINGO IJAHTY-Every Thursday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
be based on composition, developing some of the gals had a party for
tournament you've been askingfor. : MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Room 4, Bldg. 913, open 1200-2400.
her had to have it withoutthe
and Come down they
All patients who can stand enlarging. Club meets at 1900 Wednesdays.
and swing a ping pong paddle, and sign up for the hours that I honor guest. A party for the j MODEL RACE CAR CLUB-Room 3, Bldg. 913. Meets at 1900
will be most convenient. bride and no bride! Helen
Red Corss office and Fridays.
come by '
skill Pfc. Doyle Woolfolk is our Kraus and Jenesie are back from PHOTOGRAPHY CLUBRoom 5 913. Meets 1930
sign up Test your you may Bids at
their and leave
"Eager Weaver" for the week grand glorious
be better than, you think. Thursdays
big sports event will be held in Although Red says, "Weaving is a Their itinerary really sounds in BOWLING -Six alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building
the Red Cross Recreation Hall on1 'great pastime, but I sure wouldn't tert'stingand they covered plenty No 3. Alleys open all week from 1630 *o 2130
I I want to weave for a living," it is of ground-or should we say air, '
8 March at 1930. Prizes! Refresh- I BOXING For information regarding workouts, contact Lieu ",I#
ments! difficult to believe that when you From California to Florida, and I Comdr A. J, Rubino, extension 693; or report to Mainside..M At.;after j
M see the work he has done. Some '! many places in between leave, 1500. wmr2t .- "M
lassie will be quite happy with a | it's wonderful! Joe Bies is think- '. 1;
MAINSIDE LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Cent &loc ate dfa. > '
this! "All Hands $ "j
Now, here of ballet j
set of place mats that were woven -: ing taking up just
Big the South wing of Building No. 955, is open to N A3f Btrxonnei tYd, "b
man your dancing partners I for Rosie Devine's benefit Better *
on the table loom You will '* *
their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for, ieCip
St Patrick's Dance inShip's j !
Red Cross know this same lad by the fancy hurry and practice, Jo, we need $
Service Auditorium at 2000, ,II I tions, by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combiitatloir'1 J ..._Mt'
that talent for the Show.
beach robe that made Variety .
on they ,
Mainside | nograph available for use of all hands. \' ,
9 March.
Tuesday night, floor loom. i Sure hope the topside lounge holds .TV. .
Band! Girls from Jax and good I I' I LIBRARY-Located on second deck:: of Mainside Recrea dnIBuUiJing .
C W. Birch, AMM3c is sculp- up under the strain of all till'"goins' '
refreshments!" No 3, Open from 0900 to 2000 Monday through Friday Saturday
turing a clay bust of a popular on" next week but wewon.t
from 0900 to 1630. Sunday from 1200 to 2000.
around the know till then And have
person seen hospital.
SWIMMING Indoor Pool.
Monday through
Daily Friday1800'to
We hear that for some unknown It is gradually taking on signs you noticed that some of the gals
I 2100. to 2100 to 2100,
Saturoay-0900 Sunday--1300
reason, after the Truth and Con- of familiarity and promises to be |I have become "sew" domestic ? All ;
GOLF-Course from 1000 to
sunset and Sunday
sequence program last week, MISJ a true likeness. If you recognize this activity just must be because: open daily. Saturday .
from 0900-1700. Golf clubs are available at Golf House.
Friday refuses to eat! eggs. Can this persons, don't tell It's to be a Spring has sprung! But just watchit trunks Golf Course.
you tell us why, Miss Friday ? surprise. I turn cold and rainy again I prohibited on
ANCHORAGE-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with
( After all, vve must have variety), i liberty
"rds and uniform of the day. 1730 to 2200: Located south of Mason
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Chief Ray is that true that you I possible for him to come out for Field Dancing every Wednesday night with the Air Station Band.
had a hard time keeping your I Navy RingmenContinued I the second round. I TENNIS-Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training
eyes on the fights a week ago Building No 726
After the
seeing Jax-Navy nov-
( from Page 6))
Tuesday night Of course, we '
ices cop one trophy, the spectators' NURSERY-Sponsored by the Navy Wives Club in Bldg 110L
realize that the men's physiquesare ier wallop staggering Zwirn in I II attention then switched to I Hours: Monday through i'riday-0700 to 2100; Saturday-0700 to
not as eye-catching as some the first round. But in the second
0100 Sunday morning Rates: cents
I Hourly-25 for
I the more experienced open class I one child; 10 cents ;.
of the passers by. I canto, Zwirn kept lacing a straightleft battles. for each additional child; Card-$3 for one child; ;$10 for two children;

I I into Taylors' face, piling up II III Charles Abalan opened things and $11 for three or more children; Daily (for working mothers. )-$I ... '
PATIENT OF THE WEEK: In I I points. In the final session, the I III up for the Navy by taking on from 0700 to 1800.
the limelight this week we have jabs took their toll and Taylorwas
II Charlie Hearn of Savannah, a win-
none other than our old friend a sadly tired boy at the end ner of last year's Golden Gloves WHERE TO GO ASHORE

Den Coget Jr. AOM3, from Ward I of the fight. Zwirn took a split and a semi-finalist in the tourna- SALVATION ARMY SERVICEMEN'S CENTER-602 West Adams ...

A.-6, the only aviation gun plumber I decision. ment of champions in New York's above Lane Drug Store, one block west of Navy Bus Station.

there. i A surprising victory was In Madison Square Garden, It was I, Free use of recreation room, writing room, music room, checkroom .
Ben came to this hospital 25 store for the Navy in the notice dearly Hearn's fight from the and shower facilities. Light refreshments available at snack .

March 1947 for a back operation.No I light-heavy clan Carl Helke winning ening bell, but the poker-faced OP-I bar. Open from 12 noon to 12 midnight.
doubt you have seen him easily over Tony Madison of cal scrapper kept, his more
around on his main means of Brunswick ItelWe, who drew a by perienced rival at bay with powerful beating Bob Dingman of Jackson- i tioally punched himself out in the
transportation a gurney, chauf- on the first two nights of bat rights. He rocked Hearn repeatedly ville. Dingman had power in both first twit frames but the plucky

fered by his Marine guard friend, : tling, put on a breathless exhibition in the second frame, but leather-covered hands, but Hood- Crescent City battler would-not
Bellflower. i I Ills brilliant footwork together the Savannah entry finished hood, who showed the beat left stay down. In the final canto, Martin -

Coget is not new in the Navy, with cagey stratagems left strongly to cop a unanimous win. hand of anybody in the tourney, tired, but his terrific blown
having enlisted in 1912. He mar- : the Georgia boy baffled and Belke The bantamweight open fight just.kept pecking away. Dingman to the body easily ga\e him the
ried his hometown sweetheart in calmly boxed his way to the championship. was practically an exhibition coudn't elude the rapier-like jabs

1944, and has a son 2',3 years Aaron "Tex" Garcia of Jax-Navy which bounced his head back con- win.No Navy entries competed from .

old. Is he a proud papa! Rick Rignola took the heavy- took on teammate Richard CascJano tinually. Hoodhood was given the then on until the last fight of the

For sports, he prefers fishingand weight novice championship by to decide- the champion nod by all three judges tourney, the heavyweight bout between -
baseball. During his stay here default from Charles Newton of Garcia clearly outclassed Casciano! Joe :Martin, Jax-Navy's "dark Bob Meyers of JaxNavyand :

he has taken up rug making for Panama City. Though he did not for three times to take the verdict horse," came through with his Al Rojero of the Naval Reserve -

his favorite craft. As for plans perform in the finals, Rignola left hands down At one time, however, third straight In to cop the lightweight Meyers, a newcomer to the
for the future, they are uncer- little to be desired in the semi- Casciano did manage to land some crown by unanimous vote local boxing scene, looked sur-
tain at the present time. final bout, knocking out Dinky hard lefts only he failed to follow against Carl Guardinler of Crescent prisingly good against his heavier

Coget has been very helpful Harvey of Palatka in one round. up his ad\antage. I City. Martin, fighting with opponent in the first round. Ho : .
with many Red Cross programs.He The powerful Rignola knocked In the next event, George Hood- an Injured hand, simply had too staggered Rojero four times in the
really make a good Master of I Harvey down for two eight counts I hood proceeded to tap his 'ay to I much power- for Guardinier to cope initial canto. Rojero's ability to

Ceremonies, especially for horse and one four count, making it Im.I I the featherweight open crown by with The "fighting yeoman" prac- take a punch and still come back,

however, proved the difference. In
the final round, he hammered
By Ed Hughes, SI SurDiooedsome Meyers unmencifully to take the

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see, dear?" .' .
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Hubby: "Is there a draft on : *V.ruge ,
you?" "

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: "13 your seat comfort-
able 1"WUe

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: "Let's change seats."

I Cute PhM: "There's a patientin

my ward who hasn't made love
I r to me yet.

Second PhM: "One of mine I I.*

unconscious, too."

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